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McAdam Sherman 'on joint SG election ticketBy



STUART EMMRICH a half away, decision about prospective runningmates and "considering" running! for an office next
Alligator Staff Writer McADAM REFUSED Monday to discuss was still talking to interested students. quarter, but have made no decision yet.
other candidates who might be running on BYRON PETERSEN, Honor Court chief
DAN LOBECK, SG of consumer
Alyce McAdam, UF National Organization her ticket or what her platform would be, and defense counsel and one of the central t figuresin secretary
affairs, said Monday he was "looking at a lot
for Women) (NOW) head, and Greg Sherman, said she would wait until today's press the Honor Court's recent investigation into "
of offices but wasn't sure if he would run for
student body treasurer, will announce today conference to answer any questions about her mass cheating. the business college, has
anything next or not.
their plans to run for student body presidentand campaign. confirmed he will be running tor Honor Court quarter
Lobeck said he would probably make some
treasurer respectively in next quarter's Chancellor next quarter.
announcement about his plans by the first
Student Government elections. Former Student Senate President Jim Petersen said he was going to run on
week of spring
McAdam and Sherman have scheduled ,a Eaton has also indicated plans to run for Eaton's ticket. Eaton has acknowledged that quarter.
10:30: a.m. news conference today to an president ,but has made no official announcement he discussed the matter with Petersen and it is Senate Minority Leader Sue Cline said she

nounce that they will run together in the yet. "very likely" that the two would run together. had "no plans now",to run for any otlice, but
spring elections, approximately a month and Eaton said last week he hadn't made any Several SC officials have also said they are admitted she hadn't completely ruled it out.




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b <5s 1 JANET PARK FELICITY TRUEBLOOD, president of
Alligator Staff Writer the Association of Women Faculty said the

x figures "make it clear inequities are
I After two years of enforcing an equal widespread, and.this is what we find so

employment opportunity plan, marked profoundly disturbing."Women .
I differences in job opportunities for men and are not being paid equally for

lu, women are still present at the nine Florida equal work," she said.
state universities, according to recently Effects of next year's limited hiring might
released information from' the National possibly result in a different "mix" of em-

Center for Educational Statistics.Dr. ployes' sex and race, Trueblood said, if the
Robert Bryan, interim vice president white males are retiring and hiring is con
for academic affairs, acknowledged the ducted according to affirmative action
university system freeze on the hiring guidelines. -
necessary to carry out UF's affirmative action "THIS IS A MATTER of continuing interest
to the association," she said.
plan.BRYAN
SAID there Swill definitely be a Qr, Grace Henderson, president of the
...
r4aiY. freeze on hiring next year. Black Caucus, declined to comment on the

However he said, "The freeze will be matter over the phone.
:
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,",... thawed in certain cases to right imbalances Women faculty members with tenure,
caused by this year's freeze." which is guarantee of a job until the teacher

: Most of the UF employes lost by attrition voluntarily leaves, total only 12 per cent of

.,,,' ,"r' ,'r 1' this year were lost through retirement, according tenured faculty members at UF, according to
; "'
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., "... {t, '#\< "THEY WERE MOSTLY white males who THE REPORT STATES UF falls below
;:; ..;;tt $ hIi: !3 ?t.\,. We've had tew the 14 State
cent
: 't{ ,.mnaSt t 11. PF > 1J2 r, are retiring. very resignationsand per University System
< photo by andy newman very few deaths," he said. average for female faculty members with

Just plain old vanilla ice cream is okay, but 22 and a The hiring that will be done next year will tenure.
I follow affirmative action plan guidelines, The total number of women faculty at UF
Plain of It $1,700 for fighting
I half gallons meant t cystic
Bryan said. has increased 2.5 per cent in the last two
f fibrosis. The money was raised this weekend by Delta Only selected positions will be filled next years, according to the report while the

..:.' Phi Epsilon In' an annual ice-cream eating contest year in the "thaw," such as in the depart- university system showed only a 1.8 per cent

Vanilla i I l l consisting of 15 competitors.All ments of English, zoology and chemistry, increase.
of the contestants probably felt the effects after Bryan explained, since they were the hardesthit

_. the contest was over but none could feel them like the by faculty. losses this year during the hiring
winner who ate 7.$ scoops of the cold stuff' freeze. '(See 'Employment,' page eleven)



: Illegal warning light found on f rat victims' truck: I



By JOE MORAN Transportation to mark manholes, Whittle was unavailable for comment. THE FRATERNITY was advised, he said,
;: Alligator Stiff Writer said.Whittle Parker was charged in the accident with of traffic and pedestrian regulations ap
.
;:: said Florida Statutes prohibit the careless driving plicable to the run.
.. i'The warning lights on the rear of the use of white lights on the back of' all vehicles, SIGMA PHI EPSILON fraternity president Maxwell said if the lights were approved by
flatbed truck in which four UF fraternity men and prohibit flashing lights except for Mike Plum told reporters over the weekend the Highway Patrol in Gainesville, he has not
"were killed Saturday were illegal according to emergency vehicles, turn signals and that the lighting on the truck had been been able to determine which officer ''inspected -
Quinton Whittle a Florida highway emergency flashers, to be used only,when the checked and approved by the Gainesville the truck.
'patrolman"in Perry. 'vehicle is stopped at the side of the road. Highway Patrol before the start of the "run-a- "As far as I know, no one her approved it,"
The truck, containing 17 fraternity Only one of the amber lights,- the one thon." Maxwell said.SURVIVORS.
members was plqwed into from behind by an closest to the shoulder of the highway was Lt. J. J. Maxwell of the Highway Patrol in, ,of the accident have been
empty gasoline tanker truck, leaving Mark, in operation at the time of the accident. Gainesville said he had talked to someone advised not to discuss. details of the crash
Stafford. Mark Simmons. Larry Berlew and Whittle said.WHITTLE. from the fraternity five or six weeks ago about Plum said, .

Jerry Engram dead. SAID it has not yet been the charity run. A memorial !service. for the four dead
TilE TRUCK was outfitted with two white determined if the other lights were Maxwell said the caller asked how to students will be Wednesday afternoon at
drh'ingUghts mounted on 14-toot poles at the operational at the time,of the crash. receive a permit conduct the Gainesville 5:30: in University Auditorium:

rear of the cab. and.two flashing amber lights Leo Parker of Perry" who was driving the," ",1 Tallahassee; i OTA ??d.a* -!.ld.I \\1l t.l1.Q., 0'. *.* 0. < .*........ . to' .
"similar to those used by.Department1 of .rahkW-that collided; VUK iIie'ftaternity'truct:' :take i i permit was required. (See 'Deaths.' page ten)



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study 5 anarchists freed /capsule'



(UPI) Five anarchists freed from West German jailsin

exchange for the promised release of a political leader

: landed Monday at the Red.Sea port of Aden after three
bleakest other countries refused them sanctuary.The plane had less Compromisehose

than an hour's fuel left when it finally put down.A .
spokesman for West German Lufthansa Airline in

Berlin who announced the landing, said he did not knowif

the five intended to remain in Aden or only to have their on energy

Boeing 707 refueled for a further flight.
There was no word on the whereabouts or condition of

for Christian Democratic Party Leader Peter Lorenz, 52, or

economy the guerrillas who kidnaped him five days ago. Ford nodWASHINGTON
Lorenz's abductors said the candidate for mayor of gets

West Berlin would be released only after their five comrads

reach their final destination and Heinrich Albertz, a
(UPI) A Federal Reserve study indicated Monday thenation's protestant pastor and former West Berlin mayor travelingwith (UPI) The White House said Mondaythat
is in than of the bleakest of
worse shape one
economy the five, returns home. President Ford had accepted a Democratic plan as a
government indexes: shows, and the Commerce Department The West German government supplied five anarchistswith basis for a possible compromise on' national energy policy.

reported another sharp drop in housing construction. a Lufthansa Boeing 707 and guaranteed them safe Press Secretary Ron Nessen said a Democratic plan
in said oil nations link crude
Sources
Algiers exporting: may passage out of the country, but Syria. Libya and Ethopia promoted by Sen. John O. Pastore of Rhode Island and Rep.
oil prices to the worldwide inflation rate. The Organization of
refused permission to land. James C. Wright of Texas had "too much fluff and not
Petroleum Exporting Countries is holding its first summit
detail." But he said a plan by Chairman Rep. AI
enough
conference with heads of state from five of the 13 OPEC
nations absent.IN Thai head : withdraw troopsBANGKOK Ullman and his House Ways and Means Committee
Democrats"accepts the philosophical heart of the President's
THE latest report on the depressed U.S. construction "
industry, the Commerce Department said construction (UPI) Thailand's new civilian government program.
!spending dropped 2.7 per cent in January to the annual rate Monday called for the withdrawal of the remaining American Did that mean the President angling for comprpmise with

of 128.1 billion, the lowest since November 1972, when it troops and warplanes in the country within 18 months. the Democratic Congress to make America, independent of
was $128 billion. Building volume was 15.5 per cent below a Defense Minister Gen. Thawit Seniwong said the with- foreign oil by 1985, judged the Ullman plan a basis for talk

year-ago when inflation is discounted. drawal "is stated in our policy we presented to Parliament when Ullman's committee starts writing the law?
"
Residential housing and public construction both declined today. This means that the total withdrawal of the American "Yes Nessen replied. .
and will be done within 18 months after we "It is a basis for discussion but by itself it is not a
a !sharp 4.6 per cent and private construction was down 1.8 troops warplanes "
per cent. formally take office." satisfactory compromise, Nessen told reporters.It .

The Federal Reserve's regional bank in Boston released a

!study!showing an economic slide of 3 per cent from January to
Panel/ airs alternative budgetWASHINGTON I
February and 21.7 per cent since July 1973. when the index
hit its peak of I 120.4.In January it was 94.3.
THE JANUARY decline on the FED's index was nearly (UP) .. The Democratic SFO the Senate calls, too for making retroactive to Jan. 1 and 8.7 per

twice that recorded on the Commerce Department's index of Budget Committee said Monday there is little Congress can cent cost-of-living increase in Social Security benefits. Ford

nine leading indicators. The Commerce Department's July, do to avoid the high unemployment rates which President wants the increase kept to 5 per cent and he wants to start it

1973 to February composite had fallen just 14.5 per cent. Ford has predicted for this and next year. July I I.

The Boston I Reserve Bank said the economy appeared to be The committee staff made public an "accelerated recovery" IN SIZE, the Democrats' alternative budget proposal is

"collapsing into the steepest slide" in the 22 year history of its alternative budget which said it would do better than Ford's remarkably close to the budget Ford presented Feb. 3.

index. budget in achieving recovery but only toward the close of
"It is a forecast of what is going to happen" said a research the decade. Ford foresaw spending at $349.4 billion in fiscal 1976

!specialist at the bank. "It shows we are in the for the worst THE DEMOCRATS' budgetary advisers said the ad- which starts July I. The alternative pegs spending at $355

recession since we started calculating the index." ministration's' budget policy lacks the ability to bring a swift billion.

The Boston study of 12 key sectors of the national economyis end to the recession without unacceptable rates of inflation. The Budget Committee document will be the frameworkfrom

adjusted for price fluctuations. It is considered a more The "alternative" budget calls for a $30 billion cut in which the committee will send the Senate by May 15 a

accurate forecast than the Commerce Department's index of personal income taxes--nearly twice the $16 billion in the tax resolution proposing spending, deficit and revenue levels for
leading indicators which does not reflect price changes. bill the House passed last week. fiscal 1976.
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I Rape victim name's may be in news ::1:1By


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DEBBIE IBERT question is if we can't protect victims from As University Police Department i investigator If the Supreme Court decision also alters '

Alligator Staff Writer publicity" how many are going to come for Martha Varnes put "We've done Florida's statute, it will be ,up to the media :
ward? everything to encourage females to come in whether the names of rape victims will be
Florida victims no be YET, MARKY"SAID he could see where and report a rape. What happens if now they published., .
longer
rape law from may their the identification of rape victims may "aid in come in and we tell them their names can be Alligator editor-in-chief David Smith said N
protected by
having names
obtaining witnesses that the state might never exposed to the world?"
published in news 'stories. the paper would continue not printing the ,
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-1 Mondaythat have known about. MOST RAPE VICTIMS have enough victim's name except in "rare and ex
Because embarassment is a major factor in problems coping with emotional shock and traordinary circumstances." ,
a state not bar media from
may news the non-reporting of rapes, spokesmen for law strain and shouldn't have to worry about The Gainesville Sun also will not change
publishing a victim's name if it is ob-
tained from public rape records. enforcement agencies in the area agreed that exposure, said Tom Mannweiler, a counselorat their policy against printing a rape victim's
court the possibility of having their names the Corner Drug Store. Only half the rape name unless it is "absolutely pertinent" to the '
THE RULING reversed t a decision by the
publicized will probably keep rape victims victims he has counseled had reported the story, as in the case of a prominent person,
Georgia Supreme Court in favor of Martin
from reporting the crime. crime to the police, he said. according to editor Ed Johnson.
Cohn, who brought a civil suit for invasion of
privacy against an Atlanta radio station
which broadcast his daughter's name in a Legislature to discuss act revisionBy I

news report on the court proceedings againsther -
rapists. might legally be denied for failure to publishor DR. RON CARPENTER, of the American
"This doesn't automatically change KAREN MEYER do research which is prohibited by a Association of University Professors, said he
Florida's law, but it does raise serious Alligator Staff WriterA provision in the 1973 education act-if such a was "not sure you can write a law which will
questions about the validity of our statute," decision was taken to court, Hodes said. cover higher education in such a blanket
said Kay Marky, state assistant attorney revision in the wording of Florida's The revision would correct a technical error way."
general in the criminal appeals division. Omnibus Education Act dealing with which resulting from the differences in the bill that If a faculty member is involved primarily in
According to Florida statutes, no person faculty cannot be denied tenure "solely for was filed and the bill in its final form, that undergraduate teaching, research and
shall print or publish the name or identity of failure to publish or do research" will come was passed ,in 1973 with several other bills publication "is not that crucial." Carpentersaid.
any female who has been raped or had an before the legislature when it convenes in included under the Omnibus Education Act, .
attempted assault committed against her. April. Hodes said. But if a faculty member supervises
The law does not specify whether the nameis Rep. Richard Hodes, D-Tampa, said his UF President Robert 0. Marston said he graduate;: students, and is teaching graduate
taken from police or court records, Marky revision would "provide for elimination- of the would favor Hodes' revision if it applied onlyto students how to do research, the faculty
said. In either case, using the rape victim's publish or perish doctrine" for faculty faculty members assigned completely to supervisor "has to be absolutely on top of his
name is a first-degree misdemeanor. ."assigned exclusively to teaching and other teaching and other student-oriented activities. field," Carpenter said.
MARKY SAID it would be five days to a student oriented activities." "BUT I WOULD TIiINK there would be "For some schools, it's not that important -
week before the attorney general's office TENURE GUARANTEES A faculty ,very few people like that," Marston said. ." he said. "But for UF, it (research
would know the full impact of the Supreme member permanent employment until he "In general;: one must be_told what is and publication) is absolutely essential."
Court ruling on Florida's law. He hasn't voluntarily leaves, retires or is dismissed with expected of him in terms of teaching, research Dr. Robert Bryan, interim assistant vice
received a copy of the decision yet, he added, reasonable cause by the Board of Regents. and services," said Marston, and the decisionto president for academic affairs, said he would
and won't know until he reads it how far- Tenure does not guarantee a permanent grant: tenure should rest on how each factoris not favor a tenure revision for UF, because it
reaching its effects will be. position 'where there are no funds. fulfilled. is supposed to be the graduate assistant and
The assistant attorney general had a Hodes, House Education Committee Marston said he was concerned with research institution of the state.
"mixed reaction" to the possible change. chairman, said he would suggest the revision "having the legislature spell out one detail of Although Bryan said "research and
"We're having a lot of difficulty now getting because there are discrepancies in the wor- the criteria for promotion and tenure," that publication can be over-emphasized" he said
victims to report the crime and follow through ding of the bill that require a technical would require granting tenure to a faculty he didn't "see any virtue" in the legislature
with the prosecution even with a law revision. member who failed to do research and telling universities what to do'regarding
protecting her identity," he said. "The AS THE BILL CURRENTLY reads, tenure publish if that was.what he was hired to do. tenure.



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By TOM SIIRODER LAST WEEK, FOLLOWING UF Friday March 7 8:00: PM _
President Robert 0. Marston's of the
Alligator Staff WriterA report
committee's preliminary findings, Dr. Albert 1 University Auditorium ,
Guy UF United Faculty of Florida chapter
University College evaluation prompted president called the evaluation a "complete S I. Sponsored byUC: Student Council; JWRU;
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by criticism of UC Dean Bob Burton Brown hitewash. >
has ended in an endorsement of Brown and a However in a letter to University System |-% w-sVJ I Information UC Council 3921521REEFRggf

condemnation of some of his critics. Chancellor Robert Mautz. Marston said he

The final report of the evaluation committee accepted the findings and recommendationsof gflEfEEFREOrganic

released Wednesday urged the UF the committee.

administration to express "public and Ope of the committee's recommendationswas

unequivocable" support for Brown and to an increase in UC funding, despite UF's
make the support effective by "substantially economic problems.

increasing the budgetary allocation" to UC. "WE BELIEVE THAT additional funds

IN ADDITION, THE COMMITTEE can be invested in this college with full

charged "several" of Brown's critics "may confidence that they will be expended wisely

themselves have violated reasonable stan- and to the substantial enhancement of the
Garden
dards of academic conduct by the careless undergraduate education throughout the

and scurrilous content and manner of their university." the committee wrote.
complaints." Bryan said in response to the committee's Legislation ***r / Transportation [

The committee consisting of two university recommendation he will try to increase UC's

presidents and a nationally prominent share of expense money next year. "

professor said if Brown's critics continued Brown said next year's projected decreasein f 77 \Nature Trai iTl I
"such conduct" they believed their dismissal UC enrollment will ease the financial

would be justified.Dr. stress. A t* vl g
Robert Bryan UF interim vice "RELATIVELY SPEAKING, we'll have

president for academic affairs said a com- more money." he said. Recycling I M \Earth Week

plaint must be brought against a faculty The committee's strongest criticism of

member before he could be dismissed for Brown was his method of carrying out policy.

misconduct. Brown was "on occasion insensitive

BROWN SAID HE WOULD not make any tactless and contentious," they said. "A 9\
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complaints concerning his critics."I modification of his style is certainly called FREE
think it'ull over" he said. for." ow.

Brown said he did not expect criticism of "Style is something you come with. I've

his administration to continue at least not in been trying for years to change mine." Brown Environmental Action
the same form. replied. GroupWed.



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By RENA EPSTEIN the health center.

Alligator SUIT Writer The medical college was the only one in the
health center when the first health center ( clip and save for takeout or delivery)

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RED VELVET LOUNGE 10- MO. ".ft.
in 1955.
The temporary bookstore in the J. Hillis bookstore opened HOUIU
JUrlti Ijaus uus.w.UlhAv.jc.-c.p.( S.nd.ir 10.110.*.
Miller Health Center will soon assume new MONEY TO PAY for the extra checkoutareas

headquarters that will "at least quadruple"the and showcases will come from $100,000 Free Delivery' Fi*.H Ov.',,, '_..II.,. Service lieenied. To Deliver Beer 4 Wine

size of the old location according to Sam contributed by the UF bookstore. SUBS COMe1NAT10NS SAND wfCftES
Get/en. UF bookstore
manager. Many new services are scheduled to be Includes Itttuct tomato
According to Harold King assistant and mayonaist SPECIAL.OF.THE.HAUS $1.40 ON WHITE Rye *hole Cheat
offered the bookstore.
bookstore ,the new bookstore will be by new French or Onion Roll
manager 3.meat treat with lettuce
Gctzen said it will add
more non-required
Tuna Fish
on the first floor in the old bioelectronics tOllllo and
Turkey (whit Brent) our un
books the section
enlarge paperbound carry PastraniTvrktyWhittBrtast
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the new location.He Ham
quarter sales, he said it would be "more Salami (Genoa) Has i Genoa Salami with
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RICHARD system "a business question" of the "self-intent but usually he continued this commercial orientation."
BURKHOLDER proposition..for ,(which) involved" in the awards' takes place "because of the Mickie Edwardson, UF
Alligator Staff Writer salability matters" above all. promotion of the movie force of critical action." professor of journalism 'and

THE OSCARS are making industry.; At any rate he added, the communications and film
'Tis Oscar time again.That: awarded by'the Academy of IN SOME PAST situations, Oscar ceremony is a good self- reviewer for the GainesvilleSun
usually means added com- Motion Picture Arts and said Paul Newman*,'J.'Wayne promotional device for' said that while she is at
mercial hoopla in the film Sciences a non-profit show Reitz Union Assistant Hollywood that j just happensto times "horrified and appalledat
ads, return engagements of biz institution based in Director of Student have a "lavish badly the films neglected" by the
Oscar nominees at your local Hollywood. Productions, the statuettes' staged TV spectacle" appended Academy she nonetheless 4L
movie palaces, and much Robin Collison, GainesvilleSun conferral has "obviously beena to it.SCIADINI. finds the award presentationsto
speculation about what movie critic, concededshe political ploy." He cited the ALSO feels that be "good, semi-clean fun
constituted! last year's had not viewed an Oscar John Wayne 1969 ,Oscar as the televised award ceremonyis recognizing by and large
cinematic superlative.For ceremony since she was "13 or being a case in point of in objectionable but entertainment values insteadof
years a number of, 14" because she "discoveredit dustry-wide collusion in the acknowledged that the idea of significant ones."
devoted film fans have been wasn't a fair competition; sentimental presentation of Oscar-giving "doesn't She continued "Oscars are
accusing the Oscars of solely the best films" artisticallyand the award. preclude the possibility of fun and we enjoy them."
representing commercial "poetically" usually Sometimes, said William raising the public's tastes." There's suspense ego-
intent. "New York didn't-win. Childers, UF professor of The Oscars, bad as they involvement in the selection of
Magazine" Film critic John Frank Sciadini, UF English. Oscars are actually are. he went on support the winners and a too-seldom
Simon, for instance, once assistant professor of given to the right people'- film medium because film chance to see celebrities
labeled the entire Oscar behavioral science, said that, the ones who, for aesthetic simply "cannot survive artistically paraded in front of us she
nominating and conferral in his mind, there was "little reasons, actually deserve it ; without some added.




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.:.'', ; Cash clan/ UF I IReYiew
to
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) .. sounded just like "Blue' Suede Shoe ", but much faster..
.,;) BySTVARrSCHUSTER Then, the show's pace hit the skids again as a band
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'T:" ) Cash Show I it be the spotlight with a boring version of an obscure Dobie
to
: Johnny was everything expected ;
.. .. ..'.lIt, ,4. imaginative, fast moving, and tightly organized. Well Gray song. At that point I expected the show to drag on like
'i' : rounded and pure country-western, the show was an alter an old "Amateur Hour" segment complete with mediocre
'X soloists( for Perkins and Terry) who did the show more
expect
) is often
whose
;.. .. ; native to the many rock acts predictability
; .. ,:W measured by their decibel level. harm than good. But the best was still yet to come
L .," PERKINS AND TERRY diffused into the background of
himself.
I was impressed by Cash and the way he presented
.. .,... He got the audience on his side even before he came on stage. the completely unlit stage as Cash, guitar slung over his back,
Veteran sidemen Carl Perkins and Gordon Terry took came out of the wings. He missled into "I Walk the Line", "A
responsibility for foot-stomping and hee-hawing their way Boy Named Sue", and "Folsom Prison Blues," kneeling
through the first half of the show. Anita, one of the six June occasionally to shake the outstretched hands of a few ardent .
..,. Carter-Cash daughters balanced out the billing with her admirers. Now the audience was all his, and he in turn, had
rendition of "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right," a song nothing but praise for those who forked over$6.50 per head to
played so often, not even Dylan himself can do it justice see him, a pair of competent,sidemen\ his raspy voiced wife,
\t': anymore. and his daughters.The .
BUT AS ANITA bored me with her sameness, Perkins best parts of the'show were when Cash was alone, with
photo by clair mrritt came across as a veritable rock n' roll virtuoso. His "Blue the band behind him, on numbers like "City of New Orleans"and
CASH and it the show "Folsom Prison Blues". It was then that his voice
JOHNNY Suede Shoes" was fun to hear got moving
played with family and friends in Fla. Gym Sundaygame again. Perkins nodded and knee-knocked through' that sounded especially good, until wife June joined him, and
butchered the otherwise ,
number, then another featuring Terry on fiddle, which together they enjoyable-"Jackson"
off-key and hurried.
To make matters worse, June and the girls decided to stick
I 'Mystery Play'promises good timeBy around offering their share of muddled and embarrassinglypoor
harmonies. Even after a lengthy schpiel about the Carter
family and,how they've been in show business for,some fifty
KAREN MEYER, each of the charactersis years a medley of that era lasted only minutes.
Alligator Staff Writer actually a parody of Still, the show represented an' honest and professional
someone else--maybe effort on the part of Johnny Cash. If nothing else is important,
tt Dr. David L Shelton won't someone in the audience.But the audience was enthusiastic and responsive, and I, for one
',promise the audience for then again, maybe not. ,had ,a good ole' time.
:Florida Playen'production of "It seems to be a play .
but4'a improvised rather than S
'Mystery Play" anything Mrs. McCartney
good time." written." said Shelton +
4: "It really doesn't matter ifllhe describing it as more of a a a
audience realizes exactly "scenario." k s a i yr busted for
t"'hat happens as long as it's And although it is "more ::" grassLOS
ibntertaining; ," he said. suited to a more intimatesituation" i -
| PRESENTED AT the H.P. than Constans : ANGELESUPI-Linda( ) The officer said he found a
!Tonstans Theater March 6-9. Theater, Shelton said those McCartney, wife of former plastic bag containing about
Rickets are free to students sitting in the front section, the F "Beatle" Paul McCartney, 16 grams of marijuana which
*bnd must be picked up inBidvance. pit, will probably "be fairly + was arrested on suspicion of Mrs. McCartney had
Curtain is ,at 8 p.m. tightly involved.". possessing marijuana' early allegedly carried in her purse.
][ Playwright Jean Claude COSTUMES FOR the cast yesterday when officers Mrs. McCartney, 33, was
: Van is here this week, of eight will glitter in tune stopped the family's car tor booked on suspicion of
{conducting workshops in with the metallic\ shimmering running a red light. possession of marijuana and
:'Directing, acting and writing set creating in Shelton's ; Th \ California Highway released on $500 bail She was
;|md of course" watching his words, "usually, a dazzling Patrol said McCartney. his ordered to appear .in
Script come alive again on !show." ,. wife and their three childrenwere municipal court March 10 for
'*tage.Shelton. Although> the script is driving} along Santa arraignment.
;; said he was unsure "kind of kinky," Shelton said, Monica Boulevard in their -
intended is for the z silver Lincoln Continentals Officers said her husband
hat i Van Itallie to it a great experience
4lo with the somewhat obscure actors and actreses--"It the auto sped through a leader of the popular singing
j,cript .. "He probably has !stretches them considerably"as traffic light shortly. after group "Paul McCartney and
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"Something;' to say about levels t they snitch in and out of midnight. Wings( was not charged in
i>reality.." V characters.If While a patrolman was the incident.
But as Shelton said it the idea works Shelton writing a traffic, citation, he The couple told authorities
really doesn't matter. said the spectators will find JEAN CLAUDE VAN ITALLIE said he smelled the odor of they had been visiting
I APPROACHING THE themselves at the party too. will conduct theater workshop this week marijuana in, the, car, and Southern California but gaveno
ordered the McCartneys out. address.
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EDITORIAL,



SardinesIt 4/


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has been said that man needs only three :
things"'to' survive:' food, clothing and shelter. : Ii

A student coming to UF will have easy access to
food and clothing. It's shelter that's going to give

him a bit of a problem.The .
university provides living space for about 30
per cent of its students. The rest of the 28,114

persons trying to attain a higher education dependon
the Gainesville and Alachua County area to

provide housing for them.

Last fall, when a few thousand students
unexpectedly decided to sail the flagship

university, UF housing officials were faced with

the embarrassing fact that the university city ',
doesn't have enough cabin space. (

The frantic housing officials made triples out of

400 rooms designed to house two people. Then i I I -
they stuffed 350 bewildered freshmen into study

lounges. Two hundred students were lodged in JUS'A LITTLE BTTMORE FORMORAL SUPPORT
,6 COMEON NaN IABY.N1G!)...
what UF Off-Campus Housing Director Carl Opp

termed "inadequate and dilapidated housing,
located from west hell to north Georgia." themn eat cannonballsThe

Although this arrangement wasn't exactly

conducive to academic excellence, they were stuck.
dense fog shrouded our ship with an overwhelming
These people had to be housed somewhere. heaviness. It had become so thick the men were leaning r TONY ARNADE
These same people are going to have to be ladders up against it and already three sea gulls had suffocated
housed again next year. And although the in its upper reaches. t SATIREold
"DO YOU THINK we can start the charity voyage this
university is trying hard to avoid making sardinesout
"
morning? 1 asked the government agent who had accompanied -
of its students, Opp says the situation is me aboard. cracked bat."

unavoidable.UF's "Well if we do we run the risk of smashing into another fog "But they're starving," I said. "The Africans need more
"out-of-town" students are not the only bank and damaging the bow..J I haven't the foggiest notion than bats and bibles. They can pick up items like that from
ones who depend on this area's 9,306 decent rental when this is gonna clear, do you?" the Peace Corps."
"Soon 1 hope. We have to ship these supplies out to the ""OH SENT them food too" the agent answered. "In fact
units for a place to call home. Santa Fe 'Com-
starving millions of the third world or they may not have the I filled my package with the menu recommended by the U.S.
munity,College students also need a place to live. "
for all I'm the
energy to go on reproducing. government poor people. sure Africans will
Gainesville couples who can't afford, or don't "What do you mean: ? the agent asked with a suspiciousstare. enjoy my bullets."
want, a house need some form of shelter. Alachua "The Africans can't eat bullets," 1 replied in a harsh voice."I .
County's 1,800 new families also need a place to "WELL HA VENT you heard, the underdeveloped nationsof .don't see why not. It's what the poor in the United Statesare
call their own. the world are hungry?" supposed to survive on. I even sacrificed my best shotgun
"You mean they can't afford to put sugar on their cornflakes shells and I'm planning to eke it out on BB s for the
In short the demand for is but
housing growing either?" the agent asked with a touch of suburban remainder of the month."
the supply isn't.According wisdom. "BUT THEY CAN'T eat bullets, the human digestive
to Norman Bowman, director of "It's a lot worse than that" 1 countered. "Do you realize system. ."
Gainesville's community development depart- that over three fifths of the world's population goes to bed on "Oh the administration admits the plan isn't flawless. I
ment, only one project, a 213 unit apartment empty stomachs?" mean our ship is stranded in fog, there's going to be
is under Local builders Using a perceptive insight he'd developed from following politicians abusing bullets for military purposes, and the
building, currently way. football statistics and all his American wisdom, the agent Chinese might have a little trouble eating their BB s with
admit that right now the housing picture is glum. came up with an answer. chopsticks."
The increasing lack of living space is due mostlyto "That's a pity. Why can't our government get them to sleep "But they can't eat bullets."
a lack of available mortgage money and high on their backs?" "Well they have been. Haven't you read about all the arm
interest rates. An emergency measure enacted by "DON'T YOU REALIZE," I screamed in exasperation, sales to the third world? Do you really think the Defense
"how serious the situation is? There's starving Indians, Department would give military when our
last is of the away weapons
Congress easing some supply,
year up
starving Africans, and there be another
may even Jimmy country is falling behind in the arms race? Of course not.
but the effects of more money won't be seen for at Brown out there low on nutrition. And he may even,be white." "Those are bullets we've been sending them and the motiveis
least another year and a half. My last words shook the agent with their intensity. He nothing more than straight-out American altruism. By the
That is the time Bowman claims it takes from looked out for a moment and watched the fog sink below the way Washington's program is expanding even the beggars in
when a project is first approved until construction water line and turned to whisper Calcutta will have their own personal engraved bullet to bite
"Yeah they say the situation has deteriorated abroad too." on."
actually begins.In "SO YOU DO know about it."
"BUT THEY CAN'T "
I last time as
eat bullets gasped one
the meantime, UF "students must find "Oh yes" the agent replied as the water rose above the fog the last vestige of fog disappeared below the surface. "Their
somewhere to house themselves. Mobile homes are and took our ship with it. "I 1 even sent a charity package off digestive tracts aren't large enough."
one alternative, but most students don't have the this morning. It's going all the way to the south Sahara where Rubbing his leadbelly the agent responded in a slow drawl.
missionaries are going to hand it out to all of their
new "Well if
money for a down payment. they can't eat bullets, then. let theam 'eat can
converts. I'm sure the.Africans can find a to "
way tape up my nonballs.
Renting a house is another alternative, but Opp
.
warns against this. Most students, he claims, don't ,
realize how much responsibility is involved in

taking care of a home.A The Independent David Smith .Terri Wood
third, and what is probably the best alter- Editor.in.chi.f Managing Editor

native, is to reduce the number of students. UF Florida Alligator .

President Robert Marston has already put a .
(all Ctmeltc&n
stopper on growth for a year. But a stopper doesn't / David Klein, Conno Brugman Brian Jones
reduce the problem, it simply maintains it. U gM News Editor layout Editor layout EditorR

The Board of Regents, on March 5, will consider A. Tony Kendzior . . .'. . . .General
reducing enrollment of firsttimeincollegestudents James. Cook .: . ..'.' '.'. '_' . .Assistant General Manager Published by
by 15 per cent. If passed, this means Mrs Evelyn Best : I"r... : ...,,. :, ,. . . .Administrative Manager Assistant
Anne MolpHurs :. ...' : ". ...:;,. ... : . . .Bookkeeper CJHrtifMi: Con; i rm i Dilutions, In'
approximately 435 less students will atttend UF. Shipp :.;: '. < . :. ,
While this won't\ entirely solve the -housing Roy aro : .. .b 7'" \, ";'.f:, .', . : . BusinesaManager. P.O. Box 13266 University
it will it. We Roy McGee Jr, . ::. \ Accountant Station' Gainesville Florida with
certainly
shortage problem help ease Donna lubrono :; . . . Advertising Manager offices behind the College Inn
urge Regent Jack McGriff of Gainesville to Acey Harper : .Special Advertising Sections Coordinator Coordinator 1728 West University Avenue
support this proposal. Lynda Homier, Advertising Production Manager Business Office phone: 3764446.
t After all, the University of Florida is the' homeof Lynn Diana Sokler Snyder ,Editorial Production Manager Advertising Editorial Department and Production: 376-4458.

r the Gators. not the sardines., Glend Martin Circulation Editorial* Production Clott.UH Manager Manage, Departments: 3764482.Page .

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: ; Where have you been Harlan Smith ? I



Harlan T. Smith, where have been
Over night you have solved the you Mideast? Proposal I: Nationalize Jerusalem! When beginners course, especially for your highly PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) a
someone lives in
a certain
conflict with six of the most asinine place how can they intellectual level.PROPOSAL3i. country? Some members of the PLO do live in
proposals, not have
I have ever heard. a monopoly' ? ,Let's nationalize your \ ; :'Were there no .hostilities Syria Egypt and Jordan, but none of these
FOR NEW READERS, I shall apartment you must not want it. between Syria and Israel before 'Israel got the countries have publicly said, "Yes. we'll
summarize DO THE ISRAELIS refuse to let the four Golan Heights? Harlan, please review History "
Harlan's bungles of Thurs. Feb 27. commit terrorist acts. A statement like this
religions visit the Holy Land? books since 1946. There is a whole lot of
Nationalize Jerusalem. would be like cutting yournose off to spite
Return the Sinai desert to Egypt. At Christmas in our country the toy information in those books. your face!

Return the Golan Heights to Syria. companies monopolize the T.V. advertising Proposal 4: This idea has some hope, an Luckily for us (the world) though you are
Guarantee the safety of Israel by havingan but isn't this the most economical thing to international agreement would be most only a freshman at UF and not some big shot
International agreement signed by the do? Now, if Israel totally refused to let anyone beneficial But Harlan are the Arabs sub aide to Henry Kissinger. If you were well I'm
visit the birth place of Christ at Christmas glad are not.
U.S. and Russia. servient people to us or they people capableof you
Do not sell arms to Israel that are then they are pure fools, depriving only ,making their own decisions? OH, BY THE WAY, wherever you've
\ technologically the themselves of economical gain. been for the last 10.000 years I do hope you'llreturn
to
superior
arms of the
, Arabs. Proposal: Harlan why sell arms to Israel soon. But please do me a favor-stay j
Proposal 2: If the Sinai desert is so and Egypt in the ,first place? If neither hidden! jj
Create a plan of economic sanctions to meaningless why does Egypt want it back so country hasn't any arms, what will they need
be used against countries who harbor bad? Harlan, review your high school protection against the monsters? John S. Domenech 1
terrorists or who commit terrorist attacks. geography or take GPY-100. This is a good PROPOSAL 61 Harlan. since when is the 4FRC 1



ADVICE AND DISSENT



Story unfair to Greeks



EDITOR 1 am more thana blame on the fraternity and better channeled than to
little distressed by the not on their son who corn spend your time downgrading
I willingness no. eagerness mitted the offense. campus groups who perform
of the Alligator to point ". .joined a fraternity'and major services to the
out the "evils" of fraternitiesat started on the road to a University and the com
UF The philosophy seemsto nightmare that still has not munity.As .
be that any political or ended." Mr. Emnuich. I'm a parting note let me
academic wrong-doing can be surprised at you. You must be say that I think it sad when
attributed to the Greeks. I in the JM 407 class taking the several students of my
think this is way out of line. talk of 'sensationalism to acquaintance doubt the
heart. validity of an Alligator story
Stuart Emmrich's article While I applaud the supposedly based on factual
Rus r ((2.28.75)) about the concerned Alligator's investigation into information from. a taped
parents of a convicted cheater the cheating problem and conversation.
seemed a bit too forced too their action on behalf of open
SINOIE FAMILY RESIpENCE .fin ,., trite. The parents seem just Honor Court hearings, I Susan G. Connelly
1 too anxious to place the entire believe your energies could be 3JM




I Edelin column had misconceptions I IEDITORi




This letter is written in order to correct serious question of the trial was at what point does a fetus become a stated that childbirth is riskier than abortion. This is a
errors and misconceptions (no pun intended) in the opinion delivered infant, requiring resuscitation.The blanket statement while the .relative risks are actually
article, by Janis Mara concerning the manslaughter con case of Dr. Edelin revolves around the idea of intentional determined by the specific circumstances. For Dr. Edelin's
viction of Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin. :initially, it should be stated neglect, a passive form of euthanasia which! can be patient the abortion involved more risk than childbirth.The .
that 1 am very much in favor of abortion.A defined as the choice not to use all reasonable means to case of Dr. Edelin has become a rallying point for both
BRIEF OUTLINE of the facts as gathered from prolong life. For example a doctor may decide not to treat a anti-abortion and pro-abortion groups and this is un-
newspaper articles is as follows Dr. Edelin used saline treatable infection in a patient with terminal cancer, and fortunate. In reality the case is centered on a doctor's rights
injections which is an accepted medical practice to initiate thereby allow him to die quickly. Intentional neglect in some and obligations in regard to the withholding of treatment
the abortion. After several attempts failed he then performed cases falls into a medico-legal gray zone which is yet to be which is possibly life-saving.
the equivalent of a Cesarean Section, or hysterotomy, resolved. It is my sincere hope that Dr. Edelin's conviction is
which is the procedure of going through the abdomen and THE ARTICLE BY Janis Mara contained one additional overturned.
removing the fetus (or baby)through an incision in the uterus. incorrect statement which 1 I.feel requires comment. It is D.C. Burdette MS4

Janis Mara incorrectly called this process a hysterectomy, .
which is just the surgical removal of the uterus, and rarely a

means. EDELIN for ending, as a I pregnancy.DR. understand. from news reports. held the Not jus to 'blob of cells'EDITOR I

fetus-baby for several minutes in the open uterus where it ..
could: not adequately breath. A pathology report states that
there was some air in the lungs which indicates that the fetus- This letter is in whom I love and heretofore a 'is an unborn baby. testing to the ease and safetyof
infant had attempted to breathe. No attempts were made to response to Janis Mara's non participant, is now MY PERSONAL feeling abortion there is now a
resuscitate it. opinion column in last partaking in what I considerto about the majority of pro- tremendous quantity of Information
Without having attended the trial and heard the testimony, Thursday's Alligator be a health hazard. abortionists is that they are from studies
I cannot relate any further details. I have presented the above regarding abortion and the TWO YEARS AGO I. had not hard unfeeling people but conducted in other countries
information not as an' accusation of Dr. Edelin but as a mother's rights.. no opinion, should I say no that they really do not identify which have had liberalized
rebuttal of Janis Mara's biased article, which left out much of WHAT ABOUT the thoughts regarding abortion.If with the unborn fetus because abortion for many years. The
this information. mother's rights? This is a woman wanted an they think of it only as a results are alarming and too
FURTHERMORE, the article implies that the trial was indeed an excellent question.My abortion to rid herself of that chunk of tissue. If after lengthy to deal with here. ,
centered on the legality of abortion. It was not.. The basic view on what a person can "blob of cells" that was her seeing a photo of an eight or I )guess. what I have been
or wants to do with his or her business. ten week old fetus, you can trying to say is that laws will
body are quite. liberal. I am I have since however seen honestly still think of it as a not stop abortion only
strongly against any the slide and tape program chunk of tissue I can only say people can. No one wants
The Independent legislation that tells us whatwe presented by' the Alachua that I hope some day you will anyone to )give. birth to an
can or cannot do with our County Right to Life Com change your mind. unwanted baby. We must
Florida AlligatorDoug bodies within the sphere of mittee. I have never before I do not believe that learn to love human beings

Ron Cunningnan'EnterfQinmnt privacy. been so moved or !affected by legislation overruling the especially, the innocent unborn
Dial Should a person want to any program I have s en. Supreme Court decision who have no say.. Don't
Editor Astociate EditorGeorge smoke pot in his room it is Every pro-abortionist owes it liberalizing abortion will solve kill the unwanted unborn but

Kochaniec. Jr. none of my business nor to him or herself to at least see the abortion issue. I for one have compassion and make
should it be the business of the program. If for no other however, will feel much better the extra effort to prevent
Editor
Photo the state. However 'should reason you will at least see knowing that our country conception. Let's eliminatethe
Greg'Forrer Mmdi KrrnonAsit. + that same person entice my why the pro life people believe does not sanction the killingof unwanted baby through
Sport Editor, Newt Editor child to smoke pot., then this as they do., Hopefully you will unborn babies. prevention not, destruction.John .
becomes my business: see that that "blob ofcells" is ASIDE FROM the vast
Another: person. a person ,distinctly human, and. in fact. amount of propaganda at- G. Valenti


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recently formed Retired Facultyof have names, addresses and phone numbers :-
the University of Florida (RFUF) has of retired personnel listed in campus
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adopted its bylaws and accepted dues .directories, so that members of the UF'
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meaningful retirement for those retired UF faculty, are widows of facultj{ } -
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who served the.University of Florida for members and retired Administrative:and
many years." The organization will hold Professional '(A&P) personnel.
tit. its next business meeting in May at t a Serving as ."temporary" president' and

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; p.-' (th ">.jjt u.irti i>.I'wiit.:" members.planning session Seated- of the Retired Faculty of the University of Florida current Assistant to the President Phyllis Durell, who assisted with the groups's' rfon Forsman, Charles Geltz, E.H. Cox, Paul Patterson, Louis Nieland, Pedro primary aim of the RFUF is to search,
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I I ( to right): Grace Adams Stevens, Jean 0 formation. Standing (left to right): Charles Foster, Alvin H. Spurlock, John Davis [ Richard Edwards Felix Muehlner John
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Elise Jones, and William Arnett, W. Ed Moore, Frank Philpott, N. Eldred Bingham,. Perry A. Foote', C.W. Reaves, Albert Mailer, Robert F. Davidson, G.H. Blackmon, Francis

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Pay Hikes for University Personnel LJnj'A' Hearings Set March 10The I .1



Pushed ationi Produced Services by to the Divinon of Information& blic Economics, Social hearing which will determine what spokesman for an engineering faculty
communicate
official
by Chancellor-Elect York important formation to itudtnti, f faculty notice L groupings of State University System group also indicated that the three
at the Unirertlt( y Florida./ { Phenomena Are employees would be appropriate for( engineering faculty associations expectto
collective bargaining purposes will commence consolidate their unit agent request in
Lecture Topics"Can March 10. That decision was:-; similar fashion.
"Improving salaries remains a pri The report also reiterated that the ments in the event revenues increase made by Public Employees Relation:* The issues at the hearing will center
mary objective In the State University original BOR legislative budget request above the amount projected. Many Commission Chairman Charles Freeman upon whether or not to include the
System legislative process." called for a 15 per cent increase in salary economists are predicting that revenue one Quantify Social Pheno in a pre-hearing conference initiated bj b bthe following persons in a SUS bargainingunit
That's' a key line in the first legislative for faculty and "further major adjustments collections will improve by mid to late mena?" is the topic of Dr. E.W. Montrollin petition of the United Faculty of. : graduate students, part-time em-

report issued Feb. 25 by Chancellor-Des expected for career service per- 1975 with a projected upswing in the an 8 p.m. free public lecture Wednes-- Florida. Freeman, who will be the ployees, department chairpersons, employees
ignate E.T. York., Jr. The report is sonnel." The pay' for Career Service economy." day in the Reitz Union Ballroom. hearing officer, denied a request b b\) of professional schools and
planned weekly to relate objectives of the personnel is handled on a state-wide York also proposes broadening the Montroll, director of the Institute of AAUP-Florida to prohibit the Board of employees of the cooperative extension
Board of Regents legislative program. basis and affects all state agency state's' tax base. I Lui ri Fundamental Studies and Einstein Professor Regents from making statements regar service. The hearing will be held in the
York has b been delegated by the BOR to budgets, not just the University System. "In comparison to many states," the of Physics and Chemistry at the ding the status of department chairpersons Student Union at Florida State Univer

head up' its legislative effort. York's' report also indicates another report says, "Florida has a rather University of Rochester, the third under the collective bargaining law sity. _
York's report also stated, "Despite the alternative for pay increases: narrow tax base which may adequately Hj1 k speaker in the "Frontiers of S Science'' The Board has taken a position that
current revenue outlook, every possible "We have recommended to the Governor finance state government when times are \ ; series. The Department of Physics and department chairpersons are managerial Salaries Fringe
.effort must continue to be made to find and to the appropriate legislative good but be grossly inadequate in periodsof Astronomy and the College of Arts and employees and may not actively ,
the resources which will allow us to committees that a contingency appropriation recession since the basic support of Sciences present the series with !sponsorship : participate in employee organization Benefits Group
compensate university personnel ade- be made the 1975 j1 activities.The .
by
Legislature general l revenue is a limited sales tax." by the National Science Foundation
quately. which could be used for salary improveDR. The report continues, "With broadertax Public Understanding of Science Pro- faculties of the UF and FSU
Colleges of Law,'which had previouslyfiled Meets ThursdayThe
bases
Role of Agriculture enjoying substantial some states revenue are surpluses.In currently. gram. separate petitions-seeking indivi--

I I Faculty such a situation our universities Higher Economics dual bargaining units and agents, informed University Committee on Salaries
very quickly become quite uncompetitivein can the Commission they have and Fringe Benefits will meet at 4 p.m.
Campus-wide To Be Discussed the national ''marketplace'' for faculty "The Economics of Higher Education"is agreed to' seek a single unit and on Thursday, in Room 204 Library West.
personnel-the most serious result the topic of Dr. Allan Carter's' lecture bargaining! agent for both schools. A\ According to Committee Chairman
Dr. Duane Acker, Vice Chancellor for the loss of better being from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in University Wallace M. Nelson, the meeting will
Agriculture and Natural Resources at higher-salaried our personnel to Auditorium. The author of the "Carter Hall Advisers review pre-filed legislative bills relating .
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the University of Nebraska, will speak "There is opportunities for elsewhere. : Report" which five years ago predictedthe to salaries and fringe benefits, including
no reason this to
Friday at 3 p.m. in McCarty Auditoriumon in one of the most affluent and happen current surplus of Ph.D.s, Carter is Applications Due retirement.
"Faculty in Agriculture-Their Roleon progres- PJr for Also under discussion will be a''
sive states In the nation where Jack certainly takes his Dead Week seriously the director of the Laboratory
Campus and University-wide." its potential for future so much of Research in Higher Education at UCLA. Applications for student resident hall comparison of UF salaries to average

Dr. Acker, the international presidentof in the maintenance of development lies The free public lecture, one in .the advisors will be taken until April 1 at the 1974-75 faculty salaries and fringe benefits
Gamma Sigma Delta, feels there is a ?effective of strong, viable and" "Issues of the Seventies" series, is West Campus Graham Office. based on data computed by the
communication gap between agricul programs higher education. jointly sponsored by the economics The half-time position requires a National Center for Educational Statistics -

tural professors and other faculty on Dead' Week March : 0-14 ,. :) department and ACCENT. bachelor degree and previous residencehall the AAUP, and the State University
most college campuses. In his opinion the ; work experience. Pay for 9 1/2/ System. A preliminary release of the

experiences, ways of teaching and Free Mystery Play months is $$3,200., All hall advisors must comparison indicates that average 1974-.
research of agricultural professors couldbe ___ Body Y YFor Conditioning! Exams, New Work Prohibited i be full-time students.Responsibilities 75 salaries in the SUS are close to the

very helpful to other parts of the Women Florida Players will present "The include staff selection, national norm for all public universities,
University.The Faculty, Staff Monday, March 10, through Friday, fairs. Where such exemptions have Mystery Play" Thursday through Sun training and supervision of resident but that average fringe benefits In the

lecture, open to the entire campus The Intramural Department is March 14, is Dead Week on the Univer-- 'en granted, professors should make day at 8 p.m. in Constans Theatre. assistants and student volunteers, main- SUS, according to 1973-74 AAUP tables,
community, is 'sponsored. .by Gamma a free Body Conditioning course offering for sity of Florida campus.' 'a ""dents aware of the exemption prior to Playwright Jean-Claude van Itallie, who tenance of physical plant, and (coordinating are $$1,300, less than the average for all

Sigma Delta and the Office of the Vice faculty and staff women in the women's' No exams, class quizzes, special xt Monday.Students wrote this parody of old-time murder educational programs.- comparable public institutions. This
President for Agriculture. gym on Monday and Thursday evenings projects or term papers are to be given or r or faculty who have questions movies, will be at the performances. For further information contact resi comparison does not include the state
from 7:30: to 9. Activities include assigned to students during these final r garding dead week policy should Students are admitted free. Nonstudentsmay dence life director Al Kozal .at the contribution to retirement since rightsare

DUANE ACKER cises and working on the equipment exer-Call five days of class. Take home examina ntact the dean of their college or the purchase $$2.00.tickets. at the Graham Office, 3920568.Faculty not vested for 10 years.

Nebraska Vice-Chancellor -Chris Kuhnke, Intramurals, 3920581. tions should not be made due prior to the fice of Academic Affairs, 3922404. Constans,Theatre Box Office.
regularly scheduled exam period,, which Van Itallie, artist in-residence this
Job follows the last week of classes. culfy-S/ af'' Golf TourneyA week at the Union, is conducting work Transfer Program Delayed .1'1 I
I' I Interviews Schedule, for This Week According to Interim Assistant. Vice shops and seminars in acting, directingand

President for Academic Affairs Gene Scramble Golf Tournament will be"'< creative writing Monday through
ine career Planning and Placement and the U.S. General Accounting Office Training and Hemp, this does not mean that no new l Id March 18 at the University Golf Friday. All classes are filled. Although a number of faculty members poned the program until the fall of 1975' ,
the
Center schedules employment interviewsfor will be giving Job interviews on campus. Battalion Naval Construction material can be presented during the Jurse. Faculty and staff are eligible to have expressed interest in participating pending legislative funding. Dr. Melvin
companies recruiting on campus. Thursday recruiters will be Bendix Center will be interviewing. week,nor that there can be no testing for ter in teams consisting of two womend Flea Market Deadline h in the voluntary) transfer program provided 1 L. Sharpe of the BOR staff will continue '
Students and alumni should sign up for Avionics Division, California State Water modular courses where the student is d two men each. by the Plans for Equalizing to receive resumes from Interested
interviews at least one day in advance in Monday the Convair Aerospace Flea Educational Opportunity in Public If not funded the files
Resources Control Board Daniel Divi normally allowed All members Applications to sell at Saturday's faculty. grants are ,
International sion of to take proficiency of a team tee off at once .
Room G-22 of Reitz Union. General Dynamics Corp. will Union be made Higher Education in Florida, the Chan will be maintained that' of
pool
Corp., Data Design Labora be examinations upon completion of a nd then select the best shot. All team Market at the Reitz can so 'a
c Employers scheduled to interview recruiting students.In in the Programs cellor's' office has been unable to candidates be developed for
tories, Gold Kist, Inc., Law Engineering module. embers then take their next shot frome today through Friday qualified can t.
March 5-10 follow.Tomorrow addition to Job interviews Union. There is no the due to a lack of consideration within the tits.
the Reitz implement program employment
e 330
Testing Co. Polk e Office Room
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County School Board, Center Laboratory sections of many courses position of the selected ball.. Mail or
Haskins. &Sells, Patrick Air and Rexnord, Inc. of interviews offers instruction in the how-to's' may be exempt from the dead week u entries to Joe Regna or Frieda cost to students, but non-students must 'oositlon) vacancies within the SUS System to achieve greater racial balance
Force Base,Stauffer Chemical Company and counsels students be sold and broupht on by the economic downturn. the universities.
in items amon
No food can *
Friday the Institute for Paralegal I career choices. policy, provided such exemption has hewning in Intramurals, Room 229 of pay$$2.00.
Robert Mautz bas
been approved by the Office of AcademicThe bounds Gym, 392-- 81. ,commercial o. solicitation is prohibited. Chancellor post-


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I Student Senate considers election reform billBY I


STUART EMMR1CH elections commission to investigate charges of 7:30 meeting is a special request to allocate replace the system of dollar limits on came airtime
Alligator Staff WriterA campaign violations and would change the more money to &G Productions. paign spending with limits on advertising
bill proposing major changes in the guidelines of the campaign expenditures law. Cardwell said the election revision law on radio and television and ad inches In
Student Government election laws will be ALSO SCHEDULED for First reading would create a "fact-finding independent newspapers.
introduced at tonight's Student Senate tonight is.a revised resign o'ru1 law and a commission" of three students and two CARDWELL SAID these limits would be
meeting. special request for the Women's Self- faculty advisors to deal with alleged campaign easier to enforce "because youcan time the
The bill, drafted by Senate President Pro Protection Clinics. violations. number of air seconds and count the numberof
Tern David Cardwell, would create a student Coming up for final consideration at the The bill,if passed by the senate, would also ad inches."

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( page one) Kathy Mayer, a fraternity little sister, who is Simmons will beheld at 2 p.m. today in their fraternity comptroller Bill Lambert will also
in serious condition at Tallahassee Memorial hometowns. Homestead and Alexandria, Va. take part in the Wednesday service.
Father Michael Gannon, UF professor of Hospital as a result of the accident. Memorial services for Mark Stafford will be Until the services on campus have ended,
religion will preside at the non Services for Jerry Engram were held held today at 10 a.m.in Del Ray Beach. all flags on campus will be flown at half-mast
.denominational service. Monday in Griffin Ga., and military services UF President Robert 0. Marston by order of Executive Vice President Harold
A SPECIAL PRAYER will be offered for for ROTC members Larry Berlew and Mark fraternity advisor William Mendenhall and Hanson.


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choose from, fast personal Speedo Bathing Suits. Full line Clothes 25c to $10 tues sat. has the expertise to do the job ,
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(from page one) Almost
$1,000
female assistant separates the salaries of "Some department chairmen and persons in difference in pay is because of job
Other statistics'teported in the analysis assistant professors professors from male research capacities are given 12-month discrimination.A .
[include: includes the most female at UF.faculty This members category contracts", but usually a nine-month contract DIFFERENCE OF. $130 bi-weekly is
IN ALL FACULTY RANKS at UF, salaries 75 are employed : is given. considered standard. Anything greater than
compared with 329
I lor men signed to nine-month, contracts are Female instructors UF'earn' men. INTERIM Affirmative Action CoordinatorDr. that will automatically be looked at Nevill
at
[higher'than women in the same rank. $2,000 less than an"average Dorothy Nevill said a "salary predictionmodel"
men in the rank. said."I
I The largest difference between male and FEMALE FACULTY MEMBERS same was part of the supplement to UF's 1 doubt we'll get a special appropriationfrom
[female salaries was in the rank of professor. month contracts on 12- affirmative action plan. ( the legislature) to correct salary
There are only 16 female professors at UF, than males in their earn $1,828 to $2,312 .less Figuring from a base salary and adding in inequities" Hanson, said.
[with an average salary of 519,869. with respective categories.As factors such as length of time in rank, "In the past,we've studiedthe situation and
The 297 male professors earn an average of largest difference faculty on nine-month contracts,the professional experience and rank held, faculty taken the raise money available and
between male and female members have been asked to their
[$22,865. compute redistributed it. We're doing a case-by-case
faculty members occurs in the
rank of
THE 24 FEMALE associate professors professor."A salary. study" of salary inequity cases, he said.
I make an average of 515,847, almost $1,000less nine-month salariesthatdon'tcompare with the "Of course, there's a possibility there won'tbe
than their male colleagues. Harold Hanson, UF contract is standard, said salary computed with the formula will be any raise money at all-it depends on the
executive vice president. studied case-by-case to determine if the circumstance" said Hancnn.




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1 / from med center call 373-5452 (b-5t-9l. 2. 2 bdr Walk to campus 377-6992 opt 50 63 mo 4 2500 security, '<. utilities Regency Oaks. $59 + 1-5 utilities'. Own .
Pj) 3. 3 bdr $170 No lease or deposit 377- melody 373.6966 or landmark 175 (b-5t- Room I Call 373-5606 after 6 pm. (cSt92N -

WIVES Diamonds, Sapphires, Emeralds, Jade' 6992 93-p) ) i i i
and 95 other gem minerals. All qualities/ 4. $85 Moble home 377-6992 Close to campus. Female needed 'to Roommate Needed to hare bedroomfor

available. Priced from 25 percent to 50 sublet Village pork apt. Only $52.25 0 spring quarter' in Brondywme Apis.
$1.25 TIU 2:30 TM. 1 0EPTSUNI percent below retail Custom cutting, United Real' Estate' mo. + ''. utilities. Great roomotes' + Coll 378.905c.SI9p( )

from $1000 Unconditional Guarantee. 113 NE 16th Ave great pool Coll 378-0589. (b-3t-93-p) Roommate wanted, female Bran-
Open 9AM to 8 PM 3776992 shore bedroom, $67.95 + '/
OZZIE By appointment only 373-3894 Own comfortable bedroom in large dywine,
I 1tS53:55NW (A-I3T.90-P) 5 ocelot for rent. $125 per mo. great for pleasant house ten blocks from low utilities Call 378-6293 anytime (c-3t-94.

13th S1Atlls.d 5:557:509:50S1rd Gainesville's largest Indoor a garden, green house, etc 2 tail sheds. school openminded person preferred Pj)
/OutIVAAO FLEA MARKET complete trailer hook up Country $96-mth, 213 nw 34 Terr 373-9382 (b-5l- 3 God students' need roommate. Own
Every Fre.Sot.--Sunday location for info. call 472-2783 after 5:00: 93-p) room In great house. Music. plants
A FILM BY PAUL MAZVRSKY
'I: A little bit of everything for or 4722103. (b-fr-94-ne) FEMALE roommate Village Pork comfortable fireplace, yard, Friendship $88.00 mo..
INS ART CARNEY everyone. sublet own room in 2 bdrm. f urn. opt. air own room pool ac-heat close to shore util.' Near Mall. 373-3734 (e-4t-94-

\ i 1e 1201 E. Univ. Ave. 378-3431 cond. pool. Hawaiian village opt. 428 campus 92.50 + 'Vi utilities no deposit pj)
"Huunr ft (A-8T-90-P) $82.50 mo. + H utilities call mike at 373-3941 (b-5t-93-p) Female rmmte' wonted spr qtr. grad or

377-9839 (b-St-94-p) studious undergrod. own room pvl bath,
souTHWfsr i hi- Wanted Immediately 1 female roommate
TMffO" 3723449T 1973 Kawasaki 90cc street bike Very Wonted male roomote' for own room in to share 2 bedroom apt with I bike to campus. WO + H util.' 376-1295
> good condition Come by and see and three bedroom apartment Vlzcoyo person Own bedroom Univ Gardensnear ((c-St-94-p)
ride after 5.00 pm. No phone. Only apartments $80 per month 4t utilities campus!"* util. Call 373-9375 (b-3t-
S300.00 216.w 3 Av. Apt. No 2 (AST. for spring quarter Jeff 373-0110 (b-4t-92-' 93-P) LEWIS
90-P Pj)
SO ) for spr qtr. mole roommate needed at
UTHEDv Bargain World il moving to a more ROOM for liberal student'; $75 4i I util. landmark opts 2 br. pool, oc.heot, dish J.wlry Company
convenient location to better serve you; i $50 dep. NICE 2 bdrm trl. with oc wo.herloundry. $581 '/. util. lease thru CLASS RINGS
1 Bunk beds $55 REfrig. $35 2614 NE 18th located in quiet shady park in NE Chip June IS call 3783683. (b-2t-93-p) DIAMONDSWATCH
Terrace Phone: 377-9835 (o-5t-91-p) 376-4378 (b-5'-92-p' )
Female wonted for
roommate spring REPAIRS
233 W. Uni. Ave. 377-3013 For Sale.: '69 KHARMAN GHIA low female own room 2 br dupl' unfurn cent quarter. The oaks opt. Call after 5 pm.
PRESENTS Mileage Good Tires, Excellent Shope ht-oc be able to put up with' o puppy 376-3733 (b-St-91-p) 200 W. University Ave.
$1095.00 Call 376-7532 days or 378-3345 $87.50 + '-> util. $50 dep. see |juke e. 372. 106
Kid nights t weekends (o-7l-9l-p) univ ove Nom 4 after 4 (b-5t-92-p) 1 bedroom opt I block from med center
The Original Tap Dancing 4 campus $169.00 unfurn. or $189.00furn Auk Cbetn
Wedding Bonds, & Engagement Rings looking for a mellow place to live spr dishwasher laundry carpet pool w)
Traditional of qtr? own bdr with prlv bath,oc, pool $82
or Contemporary' designs tee. room no pets call 373-8063 (B-5T- CENTER
JIMMY SPHEERISand your choice. Handmade for individualswho mo 4 1.3 utl bike or bus to campus call 90-P) .I
wont the best. Original work by .anytime!! 373-3798 (b-3t-92-p) ten N. w. im st.
a room in o nice house 3 blokes from of
South's leading, Artists Master GoldSmith
and lapidist. Unconditional BEAT THE HOUSING SHORTAGFMI: In 2 acres of land $95 monthly need aquiet 1l INfl1la(1101A'.
Now is the time to start looking for that responsible female call 372-1724
( uorantee. OZZIE By
appointment only ideal home for spring or fall qtr. We befor I Horn after 5 pm (B-5T-90-P) SffiSliRQfilGESlimwn
HiS 373-3894 13T-90-P)
FULL BAND
have many listings avail for then a
Flute Selmer signet solid cOin silver mini small deposit can hold it for you. Call WANTEDfemale I
cond new 280 need 180 ed 373-3770 (o- today 377-6993 WORLDi
March 8 3t-93-p) roommate wonted own room in L.:::
Saturday, Sears Automatic Heat-Cool Air Conditioner Female loomate wonted, luxurious 3 bedroom opt. $67 mo + 1-3 util bike, ,to 4----e [017:00 .
Gardens, be campus, quiet neighborhood; available
Country opt. must neat. :
BTU Btu 9:30
14.000 11,000
Cooling
8 $4.50 Advanced $95.'" util feb rent free, call Dee 372. mOl IS, call 373-1933 (c-3t-93-p)' :
p.m. Heating 230-208 V. 2'4 yr. warranty or led Cbetr.
''fI. $160 376-3657 (o-St-93-p) 1366 or 373-2638 (B-5T.90-P) roommate wanted own room in we
Need roomote own bedrm In 4 bdrm townhouse 2 blocks from campus $80
11 $5.50 Advanced
p.m. Youth Bed, Mattress, Sheets-$35 Child's
Drawer Dresser 15".28".35" house 3 blks from campus 323 nw 14st. mo. 4 4 utl., color tv carpet 2 both
; Antique $75 immediate ph 372.1360 (c. Wi M. W. HH |f.
mo 4 I-S utl. $75 dep. call Ken 377. occupancy
TICKETS Rebel Discount (both) Box Office Red Fimsh-$20; 4-6'x9 Area Rugs ((3-
(
; (11- 6)) brown&red-$7.ea) or all 4 for $25; 376- 5081 after 4pm. ovoil mar I (B-5T-90-P) 5t-93-p) SORRY

3657 (o-3t-93-p) _____ __ female Roommate Wonted "Hawaiian NO PASSES OR 7t30
0 matched set of wedding rings white" gold .Village Apt. 2 bdr 2 bth, o-c heat, pool BEER DISCOUNT TICKETS 9.30
embedded with diamonds 400 dollars etc. $61.23 a mo. + '/. util. call 373-9767 THIS ATTRACTION
372-7893 four and six whole diamonds after 4 p.m. Available Mar. 1 (b-IOt-89- ON SUNDAY
A 1OI in both (o-3t-92-p) Pj)

Mobil. Home 1972 12x60 carpet OWN BEDROOM AVAILABLE $80 4V, NUBBY'S TACKLE BOX Lenn

brlcksklrt A anchored 377-3090 $3900 utilities Village Apts townhouse, furnished 1 BI South >
atlightNewberry
bath call
two Debbie after six
must.. 4400 SW 20 Ave lot No. 27 (a-
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Toy Italian' Greyhound puppies. 2 spacious completely furnished I
2 for 1 Purebred Pedigree 11 weeks shots bedroom opts directly behind norman
wormed Pick of litter. $35 call 376-0188 of hall. Available mor 15 call 373-8064 or

l ter S p.m. wk days (o-3t-94-p) 378-6134 evenings (b-7t-91-p) MAX VON SYDOW DOMINIQUE) SANCK in

Buy one get I II Harmon kordan stereo queen waterbed' Female roommate needed for Spring
skies sewing machine $800 dinning Quarter 3 bedroom Windmeodows Apt '
table $30. full bed 25. bunkbed 50. $77.50 + utilities Must be Neat!) Call
one I dishes .15 steam irons gar 5. chest 373-6422 (b-5t-9l-p) )

drawes cederchest $60. all must go WANT TO MOVE

FREE warehouse full open all day go N. 23 If you desire 'to move from your present Stcppewo1
blvd 'to 26 I 14 NE 18 ter 377-9835 (o-St-94- location we can rent, sublet it or find you

Pj) o roommate immediately at NO COST.

Nikonor: under water' camera excellent Call todayll
1 1 condo $130 call 372-0850 (o-2t-94-p) United Real Estate Assoc Inc. 7f SYSTEM .

BSA motorcycle for sole, 250cc single 113 NE 16th Ave:..377-6992 b-fr-35-cl( ).

r zza .t.nn.-- street bike recently'rebuilt" runs good C>>
new tires, $250 call Joe 373-6487 a-4t-
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With this coupon buy any 94-p) NOTARY PUBLIC 7:30: & 9:45: D\B\

giant, large or medium pizzaat TAPPAN MICROWAVE OVEN Brand new, PlreslT1 ....
regular price and receiveone never used, complete, with warranty. 1219 W. University
of the Sells for $375 Best offer. Call 373-6425
pizza
next smaller
after $ (o-5t-94-p) 373-2505 GSiutsic + I
size with equal number of e.1!
ingredients FREE! One Stereo components best' buys in town on PatM.ndoza

o coupon per visit please. fully guaranteed component and access 233W. Unlv:Ave. 377-3013
Most major brands avail call us before .

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1 .ew. IN IN IN IN1IM Guitar amplifier, stondel or list 2.12110
IN 111 IN IN
{ 5.N- IN 111 IN IIIe. watts$190 cash 10 speed schwinn LE lour'
.- 1..1. IN 111 IN IN $1 15 cosh Coll 378-9779 (o-3t-94-p) ROYAL PARK
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5. INna 111 IN INN "aid, cooking-pay no utilities' call glenn 7i53-- 10:00 7100-:00
LA UM ta..MM; W N It N 378-5..3 (IB 5T.90-PI
PLUS MANY MORELcarry )
OWN ROOM in 3 bedroom house Pref.: Rafferty
out orders 10 cents entro dourneyGold
'II k1 Time Per bod female $83 50 '< util., fireplace big
yard rear duck pond 378-22521512 NW and the
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$7500 to recoverer of raleigh super Want to make more US. Call 372.0514
COIXM- 10 speed was, green tall 26" (..51.Q4.p) '_ healthy happy puppies, all colors 6 lost: small gray + white" female cot,
home, 27" aluminum' wheels, low wToiS'r1. call evenings Mike 4 Colhy white, neck, tummy + paws, car ort!' Brothers
profile, brown gumwall ,tires. brooks AUTOS V300 Enoy| on animal this" spring' ) "i. mouth lost in prairie view' mobile
champion narrow leather wot on .9..p) village, call 373-2029 or 392.1521 (l-3t-
ham, wheel, UF266333528 bike No. 1973 Mazda X.2 4 dr wair low mileage Herpes Sufferers: Needed for clinical 93.p) at
349681 I on left rear fork, call ((904)) 392- only J2395 with, $295 down tee ot Car investigation' males and couples with, a
7325 (E-5T-9QP)_ City 3506 No Main' 377.7521 HUMMMM. history' of herpesvirus infection (cold SERVICESThe
Salespersons Have 7 openings for MI (gfr94.nc) wes)of the penis" or vaginal, vault. Freeconsultation Pizza Palace
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outsIde printing tale previous, soles or will be provided for Plant Doctor makes house calls
knowledge of print preferred Must hove PERSONALSki recurrent, ,infection" If you desire additional Specializing in vegetable gardens 376-
car great commission, Call 3787614 (e- talon call Division' of Urology 5192 (m-5l-92-p) SeafootMtalian Specialties
spring break at snowbird, Utah rent 392-2511 (j.5t.9..p) Tins.
5.eL! fun studio, typing, IBM correcting, selectric, II Call
maid
w kitchen" at base of Gay ,
Community Service .
Center
!lifts meeting Mnry after 4 (m-6t 92 p)
Art.Ed,female, 21 with sleep 4 sauna pool $250 Coll 373- Thursday 7 107 NW
Art, over auto for pm ISlh Tr.
for dinner
3049 eve for Info ((1.5..92.p) Presentation FRENCH, SPANISH, ITALIAN tutoring. t 9 come curly
Part time art lettering Job 3 afternoons on female impersonation translating, & technical. Enpenenced. ji.ni.
per week. Apply at 1226 B, S Mom S,. BUDOY-BOY: Call "ME" Mar 6 4 or 8 Call 372.1881 for Info. (t-3t-94.p) B A.reg in French 14$5 hour.
(le.5..92.c])_ pm 376.9379 (,.51.92-p) "Show forth that which, ye possess. If It tall 377.4877 (m.5.-92.p) 608N.W.13thSt. SI cover
IS accepted. the aim i. ....'..i.".e.1., .. no f,
interference with; those who reject; ;it is Europe Israel Africa Asia travel'
not allowable. The religion' of God discounts, year round student' air travel ,
hath been revealed for the sake of me 4228 first ave tucker go. 30084 ((404))
union' and harm ony" Baha'I 9346660 (m-25t-88-p) The Corner

Writings (j.1I.9".c) TALL OAKS STABLE Is all new to this area
Term Papers! Canada's largest Service with, ponies & horses to rent with
For catalogue send$2 to': Essay Services, reasonable rates 8 ml W. Gainesville, Storewe
'. 57 Spadma, Avenue Suite 208, Toronto, Call 495-2240 (m-3t.94-p) Drug
Ont. Canada. Also, campus representatives Reserved Parking off street, 2 blocks
required. Please write: (|-35l70P from campus $10. per month 109 N.W.
]) '__ 20 S,. 372-0456 (m-3t-94-p) can help you call us
8 COED's facial hair removed per Basic, Scuba Course Advanced
... manently. Call Edmund Dwyer registration, ', for spring quarter April 6. All
electrologut, over 20 years experience. equipment provided Including, mask, info ,.,
La'l372.8039..! (J-FR-61-C) fins, snorkel', B.C. full wetsuit, tank, drug pregnancy testing
Gainesville's, regulator, all air, textbook and international -
largest MARKET IndoorFLEA certification., Absolutely no counseling abortion referral
Every SatSunday extras Cost $35 Call Scuba Dynamics
373.5069 (m-9t-94-p)
40 lockable Booths
$4 Dayly, 1st Weekend Free when you Dive, the Dry Tortugas for spring' break
LEND A HAND stay a month. Reserve yours now Transportation' by seaplane from Key come see our booth atthe
1201 E. University, Ave. 378-3431 (J-8T90 West Survival diving trip for five days
.P) includes full scuba equipment. Camp at
historical' Fort Jefferson. $11500 for ANNUAL CHARITY
Wedding, invitations 11.40 per 1 100 I certified, divers or 150.00 for non-
business cords $995, rubber stamp i, certified, and trip Includes full certification the
magnetic, signs' offset printing. Cliff Hal Call Scuba Dynamics, 373-5069 BAZAAR at
MAKE A FRIEND Printing 1103 N Main (J-fR-58-C) (rn.9t.94-p) .

SUMMER IN EUROPE -- Uni-Trovel RETURN ADDRESS LABELS, 1000 only Gainesville Mall Mar '58y.
Charters at less than Vi ;reg. economy $200 postpaid. Guaranteed. Futures
fare. 65 days advance payment, Publishing, Box 28612, Dallas, TX 75228
required. US Gov't approved. TWA-Pan (lm-lt-94-p)
Am-Transavia 707',. Call toll free 1-800-(
study in holland, sept.25-une| 76 for full
TUCKER'S AUTO 325-4867. (|-l3t-86-p) year UF credit,' fla abroad at Utrecht
Ponchos, Backpacks, Packs W-frames, program definitely' olive and well
Tents, Rugby Shirts, Trail, Shoes, White, attend 'info session wed. Mar.5, 8:30:
SERVICE Stag Speedo Bathing, Suits, join Univ p.m. JWRU Rooms 122.123. additional,
Hiking, Club, Aliens Aquatic S Trail, details, 392-1625 (m-3t-93-c)
"THE STUDENTS FRIEND"TO0 Center. 3448 W. Univ. 373.9233 (i-fr-72- HORSES BOARDED: little, Prairie Ranch < ';J J

c) informal & friendly all facilities, 6 mi vp__
bAMMIE'S ARRIVED FROM LONDON from UF stalls $75 posture $25 mo. 376- Can ,!<"w,< .:
/ NOW OPEN, Specializing in English' ha t 4719 eve (m-IOt-86-p)
cutting, blow waving for the in look HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
parts discount to students unisen. Drop by Colonial Plaza 716 W. BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS
Univ Ave 377-2643 (|-50t-53-p) one priest
learn serf-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald G.
Quality, leatherwork never wears outit
We repair always wears In. At MoSanDu we Prott-Certifiod AAEH (m.4Ot.B6EL-: ) make
all makes and models. specialize, in custom leatherwork, SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM riding, adifference
purses, belts coats, (jackets, sandals, academy 4 boarding stables.
travel bogs If it can be mode of 'leather, Professional, huntseat' instruction' lightedring ,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED we can make "it to suit you. MaSanDu, & trails, Also the finest, ,in boarding, ?
1131 W. University, Ave. open 100"+-Apm 373.1059 (m-lOt-91-p)
Monday thru Saturday, by appointment, I 1.0. PHOTOS .eR ;
Sundays 4 evenings 373.7470. (j-sp-74- .
passports, resumes, and applications
In Italy In the 1800's a
c1.-- na'urallyl. portraits. 377.0797 camera
TOWING SERVICE if you ore pregnant and need help, we work studio, 1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-20t- poor priest met a boy ol' the
core Coll Birthright' 37749476t93p(| ) 91-p) streets. At that time there were
'Free lube Professional dog obedience, classes is thousands of such boys In
job LOST & FOUND now being, offered 2 mo. course, $30 Turin. hungry, homeless. and
begins March 10 from 8-9 pm at army
with oil & filter change FOUND, one pair ot men s reading' reserve, ne 8th ave. 373.1059 keep without hope. "
glosses in Towers parking lot Call 392- trying (m-10t9l-p) But what could one priest -,
9695 to de'l"fv. (l-2l-93-nc) Excellent childcare, by experienced LPN, do? Without money. Without t"'
1124 S E 4th St 378-8532 FOUND a black cot with" white paws hour,day or week country atmosphere support. Without even a
miles N.W. '1-75 472-
time
any oge-any
behind crystal call JIB 372.9322 keep building to house them
2118 (m-5l-9l-p)
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watch and class must
Found a ring Dive, March ?tho Sales Service Rentals. 'first community that was dedicated primarily to youth. Witha
,identify to claim call 376-9471 ask for
Steve ((1-5T-90-P) Tom Allen (Co-host of Wild Kingdom. program of play, learn and pray he brought the boys from the
T.V.) Aliens Aquatic 4 Trail Center Inc.
streets back to God and them a means of earning their
FOUND small dog,short hair,tan & whiteof 3448 W Univ -373-9233 (m-fr-86-c) gave
mined breed near lee Hall on living. From such humble beginnings a movement began that
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FOUND lADY'S SILVER WATCH BY UNIVERSITY!) OPTICIANS lives of millions of youngsters the! children of
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countries. A family of community-minded men who help to build
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William Night 377-2442 Day 376-0563 thesis typing Professional, work. Deliver a better world by preparing young boys to be good citizens for

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Page 14 Tuesday,March 4.1975




I Golfers fit in with winning weekend j jIn




the most glorious championship weekend in UF history, Senior co-captain Ben Duncan was in great shape to makea ,
the Gator golf team fit right in. run for the individual crown after rounds of 71 and 74 on
It wasn't the SEC championship by any means. That's still : Friday and Saturday. But everything came unglued for himon e M
awhile off. But it was a championship-the Seminole Invitational Sunday. He skied to an 83 causing coach Buster Bishop to t
championship-and the Gators won it convincingly, note "I almost fainted on the eighteenth green" tI
if not spectacularly by seven shots over Alabama. ALTHOUGH PLEASED with the victory at FSU a victory I
PHIL HANCOCK led the Gators with rounds of 727176219 -- that eluded the Gators last year ending a seven tournamentwin ,
three-over par. His total was good for third place four streak Biship felt the Gators'consistency was a bit rusty. I
strokes behind winner Jerry Pate of 'Bama and one back of "It will take a few tournaments under the belt before we II It t
runner-up David DuPree of South Carolina. start playing as consistently as I'd like us to." said Bishop. rth I
Senior American Andy Bean was second low for UF at "You want to keep the average around 73 or 74 and we're not .
.
222. Bean was never really in contention for individual honors at that stage yet. That's why we'll be playing in a lot of f
Hue to a hefty 77 in Friday's first round. tournaments the rest of the way." tJ t
He didn't but '$ y J tI
day so Bishop was probably disappointedthat y I
the Gators didn't win by a wider margin. They held a
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Lotz thanks UF strong eight shot advantage after the second round and I
appeared ready to blow the rest of the field away. But Sunday II II I
found the Gators struggling to ever shoot 75(in fact only Bean I
t fans for supportLast and Denny Sullivan managed it) and they ended up losing a I
shot to the field. .M
THE WEATHER at Tallahassee was certainly not gKx.t

Monday night was a great night for the University of conducive to low scoring."It ,
Florida basketball program and I can't tell you how much I was colder than heck and it was blowing like a maniac!" n
personally have appreciated your support. exclaimed Bishop who then added. "I didn't stop complaining k AMYAVL..wf
After spending eight years in the hotbed of college the whole time and I'll tell you I'm still cold!" UF GOLF COACH BUSTER BISHOP -
basketball at the University of North Carolina it is great! to TilE CLIMATE may have been gloomy but one sunny spot .
still cold, but happy with results
know that we have such enthusiastic support at the Universityof for Bishop was the play of! junior Bob Bailey who was the low
Florida. The win over Kentucky was a great one and I felt qualifier in the team's Orange and Blue matches. Bailey shot THE GOLFERS swing into action next on March 20th
we owed this win to our fans. 737678227. when they compete in the Miami Invitational in Miami. The f
The basketball coaching staff and players would like to say "I 1 was very pleased with Bob's play" confirmed Bishop. tourney will run through March 23rd. j,
thank you for your loyal support. I promise we will continue to "His score was one of the low four each round." Then on March 27, the Gators travel tb Cape Coral for the .
work toward building a championship team but this cannot The first round was the best of the weekend for the Gators. Cape Coral Invitational. That tourney will also be a four day
he accomplished without your continued support. Duncan was one under. Hancock and Denny Sullivan were affair. 1
Thank you, even. Bailey was one over and sophmore Jim hart two over. After the Cape Coral tourney, the Gators have three more .
John C.Lotz However the scores soared a* the weather worsened but the meets to prepare for the SEC championships which will be \
Head Basketball Coach Gators still managed to shiver their way to the championship. held in Dothan, Alabama on May 15th through the 17th. i

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FRESHMAN RECORDS Granowitz's victory helped U F .




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By CHRIS GARRITY / THE JUNIOR from Massapuqua N.Y"won the SECs his

Alligator Sports Writer freshman year,but lost in the finals last year.
{Available IFC office Gator wrestler Tim Granowitz's win in the 142-pound "I 1 felt I lost the feeling of winning a championship a little
championship round Saturday night was satisfying in more after last year. and felt 1 had to prove to myself that I could
322 J.W. Reitz Union ways than one. win it again" Granowitz said.
His 10.4 victory over Kentucky's Tim Mousetis not only The smooth-styled wrestler, who likes to refer to his
Mon-Fri 9-5 helped UF to its first wrestling SEC title, but proved to wrestling form as that of being as "smooth as peanut butter"was
Granowitz that he could win the SECs again. worried about regaining his title because he missed the
last month of dual meet competition with a knee injury.
OOOOQOOOOCLWCH UF rugby team Granowitz who breezed to the finals on wins of 10-2, and 8-
2 brought an 18-1 record into the tournament.
Mousetis, a freshman. brought a 25-2-1 mark into the
rolls over NaplesThe tourney, and was hailed by his coach Flether Carr "as havingthe
DINNER potential to be a great one in the Carr mold," also breezed
UF rugby team rolled over the Naples Rugby Club on throught the preliminaries and semi-finals with 12-4 and 10-4
11AM-3PM ALL DAY Saturday by a 28-3 score.
wins.GRANOWITZ
FOR FOR Leading scorer for the Gator Ruggers were Gill Rudermanwith fell behind in the final match 3-2. but tooka
89C $1.39 3 tries ((4 points apiece) and a conversion kick ((2 points). 4-3 lead on a reversal. Mousetis then escaped to'tie the
Also scoring for the Ruggers were George Rozelle ((2 tries), match, but with I 1:35: to go Granowitz scored a takedown and
Peter Newfield ((1 I try) and Jeff Winepol (with a conversionkick near fall to take a 9-4 margin and rode him out to win 10-4.
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OPEN DAILY I 11AM-MIDNIGHT teams from the British aircraft carrier H.M.S. Ark Royal. Granowitz said after his match.
1805 SW 13 ST The UF rugby 'A' team lost by a 19-7 score to a team which Granowitz had high praise for his opponent--"he has a nice
ffl Rm! had been past British Navy champions. Scoring for the Gators style which was smooth.'' he said.

377.0901 I..,,,,, ,..""".., were Roy Brewer with a try and Gill Ruderman with a penalty But. when it was over, it was Granowitz's style that
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McAdam Sherman on loint SG election ticket By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer Alyce MeAdani. UF National Organization tot Women (NOW) head, and Greg Sherman, student body treasurer, will announce today their plan' to run for student body president and treasurer respectively in next quarter's Student Government elections. McAdam and Sherman have scheduled a 10:30 ant news conference today to announce that they will run together in the spring elections. ~Ipproxinlalely a nonth and halt ~ McADANI REFUSED Monda~ to discuss other candidates ~.ho iiiight be unning on her ticket or '.hat her platform ,,ould be. and said she ,.ould ~tait until today's press conference w anwei any questions about her h-orinei Student Senate President iii,, Eaton has also indicated ;,lans to un toi president. hut Ins ii ade no otflcial an n',uncemcnt vet. Eaton said last ~cek he hadn't made any dcc rion .ibou I pi ospect 'C U ii 1111 gii I .1 t Cs and ~as siill talking to interested students B~ RON PETERSEN. Honor Court chiet (Icteilse counsel and one ot the central figures in the Honor (ours recent investigation into ,iass cheating in the busitiess college, has conlirned he 'nit he unnin~ lot Honor Cowl ( hancello, next quarter Peici sen said he '.a' going '0 run or, F aton's ticket, Eaton has acknowledged thai he discussed the matter ~.itl~ Petersen n~d it is \ cry likely'' that the I~o ~, ould i U,, together Sc, cia I SC. otr cia K h .t~ t' a I so said t hes are ~nisi~iei IW I tinning to, iii office "ext quilter but hjsc riiade no decision Net. DAN LOBECK. SG secretary of consumer itlairs. said Monday he ,as looking St a lot ni offices.hut,. asni sure it he ,.ould tin tor anything next quarter or not. [oheek said he ,.ould prohabiN make sonic .111 ioU ncr,,, en! .i bout his p1 ans IA the first eck ii 'pri ii quarter Sciiat M inorliN l.cadei Sue (line said 'he had iii' plans ilmA to 'iii, or .11w oIlier. but ad ii itt ed she had nt cot,, plete I I u led it out The Independent Florida 1 (onpu~ Co Go *sv'II* Fiorido Not otl.coIIv osioc od w it' o TIJ ESI)A Y MARCH 4. 1975 VOL. 67. NO. 94 State university job opportunities pt~o4o by andy nwmoo Just plain old vonillo Ice cream Is okay, but 22 and a half gallons of it meant $1,700 for fighting cystic fibrosis. The mousy we raised this weekend by Delta Phi Epsilon in on annual ice-cream eating contest consisting oilS competitors. All of the contestants probably felt the effects after the contest was over but none could feel them like the winner who at. 7~ scoops of the cold stif. are still By JANET PARK AllIgator Staff Write After two years of enforcing an equal employment opportunity plan, niarked differences in job opportunities for men and won~en are still present at the nine Florida state universities, according to recently released information from the National Center for Educational Statistics. Dr. Robert Bryan. interim vice president br academic affairs, acknowledged the university system freeze on the hiring necessary to carry out UFs affirmative action plan. BRYAN SAID there will definitely be a freeze on hiring next year. However, be said. "The freeze will be thawed in certain cases to right imbalances caused by this year's liceze." Most of the UF eniployes lost by attrition this year were lost through retirement, according to Bryan. "THEY WERE MOSTLY white males who ate retiring. We've had very few resignations and very few deaths.' he said. The hiring that will be done next year will IblIow affirmative anion plan guidelines. Bryan said. Only selected poitions will be filled "en year in the 'thaw," such as in the departments of Englisb, zoology and chemistry. Bryan explained. since they were the hardest hit by faculty losses this year during the hiring freeze. ~nequaI FELICITY TREEBLOOD, president ot the Association or Women Faculty. said the figures niake it clear inequities are widespread, and this is what we find so profoundly disturbing. Wonien are not being paid equally for equal work," she said. Effects of next year's limited hiring might possibly result in a different mix' of en,ploycs' sex and race, Trueblood said, if the white males are retiring and hiring is conducted according to affirmative action guidelines. "THIS IS A HAlTER of continuing interest to the association," she said. Or. Grace Henderson. president of the Black Caucus. declined to comment on the tatter over the phone. Women faculty niembers with tenure, which is guarantee of a job until the teacher voluntarily leaves, total only 12 per cent of tenured faculty niembers at UF, according to the report. TIlE REPORT STATES UF tails below the 14 per cent State University System average br female faculty niembers with tenure. The total number of women faculty at UF has increased 2.5 per cent in the last two years. according to the report, while the university system showed on1y a 2.8 per cern increase. (See Employment, page eleven) Illegal warning light found on f rat victims truck Dy IOE MORAN AlUpieeStsMWulfl' The warning lights on the rear of the flatbed truck in which four UF fraternity men were killed Saturday were illegal, according to Ouinton Whittle, a Florida highway petrolman in Perry. The truck, containing 17 fraternity members. .us pltr.'ed into from behind by an empty gasoline tanker truck, leaving Mark StatYard. Mark Simmons. Larry Berle. and Jerry Engram dead. ThE TRUCK was outfitted with two shite drl.iup4ights mounted on 14-fad poles at the rear of the cab, and two flashing amber lights "similar to those used by the Dspaflwnt of Iransportadon to mark manholes," Whittle said. Whittle said Florida Statutes prohibit the use of white lights on the back of .11 vehicles. and prohibit flashing lights except for crnergency vehicles, turn signals and emergency flashers, to be used only when the 'chicle is stopped at the side of the road. Only one of the amber lights -the one closest to the shoulder of the highway -'ass in operation at the tinie of the accident. Whittle said. WHiflLE SAID it has not yet ben determined if the other lights t.en operatlamal at the time of the crash. Leo Parker of Perr). who i as driving the tflk&tttlst sums %.iih the *snftv frii&A was unavailable for comment. Parker was charged in the accident with careless driving. SIGMA PHI EPSILON fraternity president Mike Awn, told reporters over the weekend that the lighting on the truck had been theeked and approved by the Gainesville Highway Patrol before the start of the 'run-athon." Lt. J. J. Maxwell of the Highway Patrol in Gainesville said he had talked to someone horn the fraternity five or six weeks ago about the charity run. Maxwell said the caller aked how to recen, a permit to conduct the Gainesville to Tallahasseect QWpo. %ta~t permit was required. THE FRATERNITY was advised, he said. of traffic and pedestrian regulations applicable to the run. Maxwell said if the lights were approved by the Highway Patrol in Gainesville. he has not been able to determine which officer in'petted the truck. "As rat as I know, no one her approved it." Maxwell 'aid. SURVIVORS of the accident have beeui advised not to discuss details of the crash. Plum said. A memorial service for the four dead students will be held 'Wag demean at 5:30 in University Aeibu~n. (See fleaths. page ten) Plain Vanilla

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Ng. 2, Th. Ind.p.nd.n*Ro.~do Milgotor. Tu.doy. MorchA, iflS Fed study bleakest for economy UPI) A Federal Reserve study indicated Monday the nation secononiy 'sin worse shape than one of the bleakest of government ndnes shows, and the Commerce Department reported another sharp drop in housing construction. Sources in Algiers said oil exporting nations may link crude oil prices to the worldwide inflation rate. The Organization of Petroleum l-txporting Countries is holding its first summit conference with heads ol state from live of the 13 OPEC nations absent. IN THE latest report on the depressed U.S. construction industry, the (oninierce department said construction 'pending dropped 2.7 per cent in January to the annual rate of $128.1 billion, the lowest since November. 3972. when it was 128 billion. Building volume was 15.5 per cent below a year a~o when inflation is discounted Residential housing and public construction both declined sharp 4.6 per cent and private construction was down 1.8 per cent he Federal Reserves regional bank in Boston released a stud how i rig an econoni ic slide ol 1 per cent I roni Jan ii arv to
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The ind.p.uid.nt Florido Aillgaor, lucidoy March & 1975. Page 3 Rape vic By DEBBIE IBERT Alligator Staff Writer Florida rape victims may no longer be protected by law from having their name' published in news stories The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-I Monday that a state may not bar news media from publishing a rape victim's name if it is obtained from public court iccords THE RULING reversed a decision by the Georgia Supreme Court in favor of Martin Cohn, who brought a civil suit fbt' invasion of p)rivacy against an Atlanta radio station which broadcast his daughter's name in a news report on the court proceedings against her rapists. 'This doesn't automatically change Florida's law, but it does raise serious questions about the validity of our statute. said Ray Marky, 'tate assistant attorney general in the criminal appeals division. According to Florida statutes, no person shall print or publish flie name or identity of any female who has been raped or had an attempted assault committed against her. Ihe law does not specify whether the name is taken from police or court records, Marky said. In either case. using the rape victim's name is a first-degree misdemeanor. MARKY SAID it would be five days to a week before the attorney general's ohlice would know the full impact ot the Supreme ('curt ruling on Florida's law. He hasn't -eceived a copy of the decision yet, he added. and won't know until he reads it how tarcaching its effects '.ill be [he assistant attoi ney general had a iiiixed reaction'' to the possible change. We're having a lot of difficulty now getting victims to report the crime and Ibliow through with the prosecution even with a law protecting her identity.'' he said. 'The Es I im name pit n 1w an publicity, how many are going to conic for~ ard YET, MARKY SAID he could see where the identification of rape victinis may 'aid in obtaining witnesses that the state night never have known about." Because emha,-assment is a niajor factor in the non-reporting of rapes. spokesmen br law enforcement agencies in the area agreed that the possibility of having their names publicued will probably keep rape victims horn reporting the crinc. Legislature By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer A revision in the wording of Florida's Oninibus Education Act dealing with which faculty cannot be denied tenure solely 'or failure to publish or do research will conic before the legislature when it convenes in April. Rep. Richard Hodes, D-Tanipa, said his vision would "provide for elimination of the publish or perish doctrine" for faculty assigned exclusively to teaching and other student oriented activities.?' TENURE GUARANTEES A faculty niember permanent employment until he voluntarily leaves, retires or is dismissed with reasonable cause by the Board of Regents. tenure does not guarantee a permanent position where there are no hinds. Hod~. House Education Committee Ajairnian. said he would suggest the revision because there are discrepancies in the wor~lig of the bill that require a technical revision. AS THE BILL CURRENTLY cads, tenure may be As University Police Department in~cstigato. Martha V ames put it. W eve done cservthing to encourage leniales jo conic in aiid report a rape What happens ~ow they conic in and ~e tell then~ their names can he exposed w the world'" MOST RAPE VICTIMS have enough problems coping with emotional shock and strain and shouldn't have to worry about exposure, said Ibm Mannweiler. a counselor at the Coiner Di ug Store. Only half the ape victims he has counseled had reported the crime to the police, he said. to in news If the Supreme Court decisionn a), 1-loridas V atute. it ill he up to thi ~. whether the name' oh rape victims j)ublished. Alligator cditoi in-chief David Si,, he paper ~.ould continue not print ~it't in," lame except in rare a traoidinarv eircunistances I he Gainesville Sun also ~ ill not their policy agwnst printing a i ape name unless it is absolutely pertinent 'tory. as iii tile case oh a pron~ineiit according to ed toi Fd Johnson. act might legally be denied br failure to publish or do research -which is prohibited by a provision in the 1973 education act -it such a decision was taken to court. Nodes said. Ihe i'ev'soii would correct a technical error resulting froni the differences in the bill that was tiled and the bill in its final lorm. that was passed in 1973 with several other bills included undei the Omnibus Education Act. Nodes said. It President Robert C). Marston said he would l~,or HodeY revision if it applied only to faculty niembers assigned completely to teaching and other student-oriented activities. "BUT I WOULD THINK there would be very tew people like that.'' Marston said. In general, one must be told what is expected ot him in terms ot teaching. research and service',' said Marston. and the decision to grant tenure should rest on how each actor is fulfilled Marston said he was concerned with having the legislature spell out one detail of the criteria or promotion and wn ure,'' that ~.itild -equtre granting tenure to a faculty i.,emher who failed to do research and publish if that ~ as ~ hat he was hired to do ,o alters media will be ith ing nd said the cxchange Victiflis to the person. revision DR. RON CARPENTER, of the Anerican Association of University Professors, said he was not sure you can write a law which will cover higher education in such a blanket "ay Ifa faculty member is involved prin~arily in undergraduate teaching. research and publication is not that crucial Carpenter said. But if a faculty nienibetsupervises graduate students, and is teaching graduate students how to do research, the faculty supervisor 'has to be absolutely on top of his held,'' Carpenter said. 'For sonic schools, its not that in,portant. he said. But for 1.1 F, it research and publication) is absolutely essential.'' iii. Robert Biyan. interim assistant 'ice president br academic afThirs, said he would not lavor a tenure revision tor (IF. because it is supposed to he the graduate assistant and escaich institution of the state Although 8i van said i research and publication can he over-cnphasied.'' he said he didn't 'see any virtue in the legislature telling universities what to ~lo regarding tenure A INANZA EVERY TUESDAY lIGHT RIB-EYE SPECIAL $1.49 Served with crisp salad, with and Texas Toast baked pototo and a choice of dressing, Gcod wholesome Americon food at right neighborly prices 2445 SW e ~ ~a.S1i ~ JUSt I a smile.' 13th St. Gainesville, Fl. --discuss BC

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Fog. 4. The Ind.p.nd.nteddo Ailigosor Tucudoy March & 1975 Eva ca By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Writer A University~ College evaluation prompted by criticism ot L [( Dean Rob Burton Bros ii has ended in sri endorsement ol Brown and a ~ondeni rat ion ot sonic iii hi' critics. I he ti,,al report ol the e' aluaton corn ,ittee. t eleased Wednesday. urged the UF administration to exprvs~ public and tinequi.'ocablc" support br Brown, and to make the support etl&tive by substantially increasing lie budgetary allocation to UC IN ADDITION. THE COMMInEE charged several'' ol Brown's critics may themselves have violated reasonable stanclards ot academic conduct by the careless and scurrilous content and manner of their complaints'' 'he coniniittee. consisting ot two university presidents and a nationally prominent professor. said it Brown's critics continued such conduct.' they believed their dismissal would be testified. Dr. Robert Bryan. UP interim 'ice president or academic affairs, said a complaint niust be brought against a faculty member before he could be dismissed for it isconduct. BROWN SAID HE WOULD not make any complaints concerning his critics. I think if's all over.'' he said. Bi-own said he did not expect criticism of his administration to continue, at least not in the same cmi Health cente moves to jar Ike Brown, uators r C B. RENA EPSTEIN AllIgator Staff Writer I he Icnporarv hook~tore in the J Hillis Miller Health Center still soon assume new headquartci-s that ~ill 'at least quadruple'' the sue ol the old location. .iccoiding to San, GL'ten, Lii hookstoie manager According to Harold King. assistant bookstore 'itanagci'. the flew bookstore ,.,ll be on the first tloti in the old bioclectronics space iiext to i he post office. ALTHOUGH GETZEN is "hopeful' the bookstore ~ ill open in its nes location tbr fall quail. sales, he said it would be ''more caustic to expect the opening alter fall quarter I hc bookstore s~ as pushed out ol ts old location tin the ilaun floor of the Medical Sciences building due to the construction of a tes. addition to the health center. I lie teiiporarv location is in a lobb, area in Ii pm ol the auditorium, but Getzen said it is a hon-tIe thing' because a hallway, cuts right through the sales die, I lit' lai'gei' area is needed, according to ct~cii, because to" there aic t'is e colleges in LAST WEEK. FOLLOWING UF l'vcsidcnt Robert () Marston's eport ol the omm (lee' prelini 'nary findings. Dr Albert Cu~. LIUniwd Faculty of Florida chapter president. called the evaluation a complete Ho~.'eei in a leaa to University System Chancellor Robert Main,. Marston said, he accepted the findings and reconnendations ol the committee. One ol the comnilitee's econiniendations "a' in increase in UC funding. despuc UF's economic problems. "WE RELIEVE THAT additional hinds can be invested in this college with full confidence that they will be expended wisely and to the substantial enhancement of the undergraduate education throughout the ifliversity,' the committee wrote. Bryan said in response to the committees icconiniendation. he will try to increase UC\ share of expense money next year. Brown said next years projected decrease in IC enrollment will ease the financial stress. "RELATIVELY SPEAKING, well have more money," he said. The Committee's strongest criticism of Brown was his method or Carrying out policy. Brown was on occasion insensitive. tactless and contentious." they said. A modification of his style is certainly called for.' Style is something you conic with. I've been trying br years to chonMe tiiine." Brown replied bookstore ~er location he health center I he medical college ~as the onlN one in the health center ~hen the firsi health center looksmore opened in NSS MONEY TO PAY br the extra checkout area' aid showcases will conic Ironi Sl~AEO ~ontrihutcd l's the [JF bookstore. Matis iie~ services are scheduled to be oficred by the nes. bookstore Getter said it ~.ill add more non-required books, enlarge the paperbound section. carry i,,a~aiies. enlarge the general supplies of paper and folders and place a notary public in he new location. He said he also expects the new store to earn college identifying itenis' like glasses. pins and black physician bags. BECAUSE OF the cramped space in the old location. Geten said only required textbooks '.ere sold. No ici. sati is expected to be added to the our persons ~.Iio ~ ,.ork in the health center bookstore. according to Geten. But he said ii the ,olune ol sales increases in the ne' location, there is a possibility of hiriw students tO ~.ork during lunch hour. County hears crime ordinance (on I peti sat ii cnn C cliii' to. losses the' %iillt'r dtsriiiv clime' ~,,ll be the suhiect of a iLiblic lie.,vinc 0 be held diii fig toda~ 's Alachua C pun '~ (oiiii ission icetin ~. he proposed cot,,,~ ordinance would be u ml ed .~it h ledci'al i-c' en uc shari Mg I u nds. I 1w ordiii nice coils ton the establishijient a hoard ~.Iiich ~.ould rel ie~. the crimes and ~Iecidc Pu ~ hat Lonipensattoli. it am. ~ould he n.a.ded I lie iroposed nid in a ncc ii u si still be pi,-os ed In the L On ii ission alt ci the hearing is held. I lie hearings "ill be held at 3 iii, on the toui th looi p1 the Alachua (ounr~ CourI house. RE FE REF .eSttEGE STUDENT cO~,,~0@.* B 044 Lindsay Anderson In*.rnotonoIIy No~.d Faimmoker elf. .This Spotting II. .0 Lucky Men I cm Celebrolion wA we. Friday March 7 8:00 PM S University Auditorium sponsored by UC Student Council: JWRU .0 SoordofColIneCouflC~lS s Infontt4ItI@n:UCC@IiflClI 392.1521 Or anic Garden L Trans ortation %J4erjJY71P~ FREE Environmental Action Group Wed., March 5 JWRU 362 730 pm I REQUIRED MENU:PS READING (clip and save for takeout or delivery) NED VELVET LOUNGE 40UR1 *~ 2i*O*.-. M,. ~*p. aiim gattir I~UUS illi SW. 6,1, At Cm Ci, *i.l Mnfl '0 It JO IMEDWFCHE S ON SMITE, fly. Whole Wheat Fr*nch or Onion Roil Tues fish P sit,. Tstb.v (Skit, I.,.si) Ii toast *.f Choic.) It,. C.,. Scot Isissi (C.,s) E11 Salad S.t.g. I iv, 1w ci SI Ch~s. (Swiss, A.u'nn II 00 *1 PnoI.~l I en,,,, Frn~h o, Onion Roii lit cii,,) SIDE alDERS Potat, 1.i.i C.Ie Si. Sfld S.si~s SnIkisul BAGELS di at oni~fl w't% butIc' or Cr.an Cip.$e ~D{SSERT I, *(fl *nd Gal'.' ou' nih amon Cwc.ite E CL AIRS 90~ ~iIrat 5 Reed Qu.IIty a~q VS. a.m.a. hew 377"651C critics scurrilous

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Oscar By RICHARD BURKHOWER Alligator Staff Writer Tis Oscar time again. That usually means added commercial hoopla in the film ads, return engagements of Oscar nominees at your local movie palaces, and much 'peculation about what constituted last year cinematic superlative. For years a number of devoted film hns have been accusing the Oscars of solely representing commercial intent. "New York Magazine" film critic John Simon. for instance. once labeled the entire Oscar nominating and conferral 'y'tem a busine~~ proposition for (which) salability matters'' above all THE OSCARS are awarded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a non-profit show hit institution based in Hollywood Robin Collison. Gainesville Sun movie critic, conceded she had not viewed an Oscar ceremony since she was 13 or 14" because she discovered it wasn't a fair competition; the best films'' -artistically and poetically -usually didn t win. Frank Sciadini. UF assistant professor of behavioral science, said that. in his mind, there was "little question ol the selt-intent involved'' in the awards promotion of the movie making industry. IN SOME PAST situations. said Paul Newman. I. Wayne Reitz Union Assistant Director of Student Productions, the statuettes confrrral has obviously been a political ploy.' He cited the John Wayne 1969 Oscar as being a case in point of industrywide collusion in the sentinental presentation of the award. Sometimes, said William Childers. UP professor of English. Oscars are actually idven to the right people the ones who, for aesthetic reasons, actually deserve it roll but usually, he continued, this takes place because of the force of critical action. At any rate, he added, the Oscar ceremony is a good selfpromotional device for Hollywood that just happens w have a lavish, badly staged TV spectacle' ap* ended to it. SCIADINI ALSO frels that the televised award ceremony is objectionable but acknowledged that the idea of Oscar-giving doesn't preclude the possibility of raising the public's tastes.'' The Oscars. bad as they are, he went on. support the film medium because film simply 'cannot survive artistically without some oni in crc gal Orientation, Mickle F~1wardson. UF professor of journalisni and conimunicagions and film reviewer for the Gainesville Sun. said that while 'he is at t,,,ies ''horrified and appalled at the films neglected' by the Academy she nonetheless finds the award presentations to be 'good. semi-clean fun recognizing, by and large, entertainment values instead of significant ones.' She continued, "Oscars are lun and we enjoy them." Here's suspense. egoinvolvement in the selection of winners, and a too-seldom chance to see celebrities paraded in front of us, she added. phot by ttaIr vnmtltt JOHNNY CASH played with family mid friends in Flo. Gym Sunday 'Mystery By KAREN MEYER Alflgatar Staff WriSt Dr. David L. Shelton won't 'promise the audience for florida Players' production of ?'Mystery Play" anything but ~a good time." ''It really doesn't latterr if p he audience realizes exactly ~.hat happens as long as it's &ntertainlng." he said. PRESENTED AT the H.P. Vonstans Theater March 6-9. ,~iekets are tree to students tnd must be picked up in advance. Curtain is at B p.m. Playwright Jean Claude J.'an ltallfr is here this ,.eek. )onductinx workshops in ~Iirecting. acting and writing ~rnd of course' watching his &ript conic alive again on t tape. Shelton said hens unsure ~Ahot Van Itallic intended to tto~ith the somewhat obscure *cript "He probably has wmething to soy about levels of' reality.' But, as Shelton said. I really does&t matter. APPROACHING THE PLAY as an elaborate parts Play I Cash clan C Review By STUART SCIWSTER Mb~ato. Conup.cdeet The Johnny Cash Show was everything I expected it to be; imaginative, fast moving, and tightly organized. Well rounded and pure country-western. the show was an alternative to the many rock ads whose predictability is often measured by their decibel level. I was impressed by Cash and the way he presented himself. He got the audience on his side even beibre he came on stage. Veteran sidemen Carl Perkins and Gordon Terry took responsibility for foot-stomping and hee-hawing their way through the first halI'of the show. Anita. one of the 5fl June Caner-Cash daughters. balanced out the billing with her rendition of "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right," a song played so often, not even Dylan himself can do it justice anymore. BUT AS ANITA bored nie with her sameness. Perkins came across as a veritable rock n' roll virtuoso. His "Blue Suede Shoes" was fun to hear and it pot the show moving again. Perkins nodded and knee-knocked through that number, then another featuring Terry on fiddle, which promises gante. each of the characters is actually a parody of Someone else--maybe sonteone in the audience. But then again, maybe not. 'It seem' to be a play improvised rather than written.' said Shelton, it as more ol' a And although it is 'more ~uitcd to a more intimate situation" than Constans 'Ibeater, Shelton said those sitting in the Iront section. the pit. will probably "be fairly tightly involved." COSTUMES FOR the cast of eight will glitter in tune with the metallic shimmering set, creating. in Shelton's ~.ords. "visually, a dazzling show." Although the script is 'kind of kinky." Shelton said it is a great experience for the actors and actresses-it stretches them considerably" us they s~. itch in and out of characters. If the idea '~orks, Shelton ~aad. the spectators ,.,ll find themselves at the parts too. C sheet's. good time omes to UF sounded just like "Blue Suede Shoes", but much faster. Then, the show's pace hit the skids again as a band member, whose self-introduction was barely audible, stepped into the spotlight with a boring version of an obscure Dobie Gray song. At that point I expected the show to drag on like an old 'Amateur Hour" segment -complete with mediocre soloists (expect for Perkins and Terry) who did the show more harm than good. But the best was still yet to come. PERKINS AND TERRY diffused into the background of the completely unlit stage as Cash, guitar slung over his back, came out of the wings. He missed into "I Walk the Line". "A Boy Named Sue", and "PoIson, Prison Blues,' kneeling occasionally to shake the outstretched hands of a rew ardent admirers. Now, the audience was all his, and he. in turn, had nothing but praise for those who forked over $6.50 per head to see him, a pair of competent sidemen, his raspy voiced wife. and his daughters. The best parts of the show were when Cash was alone, with the band behind him, on numbers like City of New Orleans" and 'Folsom Prison Blues". It was then that his voice sounded especially good. until wife June joined him, and together they butchered the otherwise enjoyable "Jackson". off-key and hurried. 'ro make matters worse, June and the girls decided to stick around offering their share of niuddled and embarrassingly poor harmonics. Even after a lengthy schp'iel about the Caner family and how they've been in show business for some fifty years, a medley of that era lasted only minutes. Still, the show represented an honest and professional efTort on the pan of Johnny Cash. If nothing else is Important. the audience was enthusiastic and responsive, and I. for one had a good ole' time. Mrs. N busted JEAN CLAUDE VAN ITALLIE will conductth@Ct@rW0~IhOPMIswk IcCartney for LOS ANGELES(UPI) -Linda McCartncy. wile of former 'nettle" Paul McCartney. was arrested on suspicion of rouessing marijuana early yesterday when officers 'topped the famIly's car for running a red light. Th' California Highway Patrol saidMcCartney. his wife and their three children were driving along Santa Monica Boulevard In their silver Lincoln Continental ~ hen the auto sped through a traffic light shortly after midnight While a patrolnian '.as '.m'iting a traffic citation, he 'aid he sn~elled the odor of liarijuana in the car and ordered the McCartncys out. grass The officer said he found a plastic bag containing about lb grams of marijuana which Mrs. McCartney had allegedly carried in her purse. Mrs. McCartney. 33. was hooked on suspicion of possession of marijuana and released on $5~ ball. She was ordered to appear in municipal court March 10 for arraignment Officers said her husband. leader of the popular singing ,~roup. Paul McCartney and Wings." was not charged in the incident. The couple told authorities they had been visiting Southern, California. but gave no oddre,,. awards around 1 4 The Independent Florida Alligator I TI T

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Pog. 6. The Ind.p.nd.nt Florido AIhgot. Tuesday MonTh 4 975 EDITORIAL Sardines It has been said that man needs only three things to survive: food, clothing and shelter. A student coming to UF will have easy access to food and clothing. Its shelter that's going to give him a bit of a problem. The university provides living space for about 30 per cent ot its students. The rest of the 28,114 persons trying to attain a higher education depend on the Gainesville and Alachua County area to provide housing for them. Last fall, when a fe~ thousand students unexpectedly decided to sail the flagship university. UF housing officials were faced with the embarrassing fact that the university city doesn't have enough cabin space. The frantic housing officials made triples out of 400 rooms designed to house two people. Then they stutTed 350 bewildered freshmen into study lounges. Two hundred students were lodged in what UF Ott-Campus Housing Director Carl Opp termed "inadequate and dilapidated housing, located from west hell to north Georgia." Although this arrangement wasn't exactly conducive to academic excellence, they were stuck. These people had to be housed somewhere. These same people are going to have to be housed again next year. And although the university is trying bard to avoid making sardines out of its students, Opp says the situation is unavoidable. UF's 'out-of-town" students are not the only ones who depend on this area's 9.306 decent rental units for a place to call home. Santa Fe Community College students also need a place to live. Gainesville couples who can't afford, or don't want, a house need some form of shelter. Alachua County's 1,800 new families also need a place to call their own. I~ short, the demand for housing is growing but the supply isn't. According to Norman Bowman, director of Gainesville's community development department, only one project, a 213 unit apartment building, is currently under way. Local builders admit that right now the housing picture is glum. The increasing lack of living space is due mostly to a lack of available mortgage money and high interest rates. An emergency measure enacted by Congress last year is easing up some of the supply, but the effects of more money won't be seen for at least another year and a half. That is the time Bowman claims it takes from when a project is first approved until construction actually begins. In the meantime. UF students must find somewhere to house themselves. Mobile homes are one alternative, but most students don't have the money for a Renting a %'arns against realize how taking care A third. native, is to President R down payment. house is another alternative, but Opp a this. Most students, he claims, don't much responsibility is involved in of a home. md what is probably the best alterreduce the number of students. UF obert Marston has already put a stopper on growth for a year. But a stopper doesift reduce the problem, it simply maintains it. The Board of Regents. on March 5. will consider reducing enrollment of first-time-in-college students by IS per cent. If passed, this means approximately 435 less students will attend UF. While this ~on't entirely solve the housing shortage problem. it gill certainly help ease it. We urge Regent Jack McGritT of Gainesville to support this proposal. After all, the University of Florida is the home of the Gators. not the sardines. AWC~E.GI t4O~BABY.(WIC!Th.JU5'A LTrrLE SITMORE FCQW~RA1SUPPOQIf Let them eat cannonballs The dense fog shrouded our ship with an overwhelming heaviness. It had become so thick the n'en were leaning ladder, up against it and already three sea gulls had suffocated in its upper reaches. "DO VOL THINK we can start the charity voyage this morning?" I asked the government agent who had ac companied mc aboard. Well if we do we run the risk of sniashing into another fog hank and damaging the bow. I haven't the fog~ziest notion when this is gonna clear, do you?' Soon I hope. We have to ship these supplies out to the starving millions of the third world or they may not have the energy to go on reproducing.' "What do you mean? the agent asked with a suspicious stare. "WELL HAVEN'T you heard, the underdeveloped nations of the world are hungry? You nean they cant afford to put sugar on their cornflakes either?' the agent asked with a touch of suburban wi sd on' It's a lot worse than that. I countered. Dc, you realize that over three fifths of the world's population goes to bed on empty stomachs?" Using a perceptive insight he'd developed from following football statistics and all his American wisdom, the agent came up with an answer. 'That's a pity. Why can't our government get them to sleep on their backs?" "DONI' YOU REALIZE." I screamed in exasperation. how serious the situation is? There's starving Indians. starving Africans. and there may even be another Jimmy Brown out there low on nutrition. And he may even be white." My last words shook the agent with their intensity. lie looked out for a moment and watched the fog sink below the water line and turned to whisper. Yeah they say the situation has deteriorated abroad too' "SO YOU DO know ahotit it." Oh yes," the agent replied as the water rose above the fog mn'i took our ship with it. 'I even sent a charity package off this morning. it's going all the way to the south Sahara where nisstonaries are going to hand it out to all of their view cornerts. liii 'ur~ the Africans can find a way to tape up my TONY ARCADE SATIRE old cracked bat. 'But they're starving." I said. "flit Africans need more than bats and bibles. fley can pick up itenis like that Iron, the Peace Corps. "CIII SENT them ibod too," the spent answered. 'In tact I tilled my packap with the menu recommended by the U.S govetnoletit for all poor people. I'm sure the Africans will enjoy my bullets." The Africans cant eat bullets.' I replied in a harsh voice don't see why not. It's what the poor in the United State' are supposed to survive on. I even sacrificed my best shotgun shells and I'm planning to eke it out on BB a for the i'eniainder of the month" "BUT THEY CAN'T cat bullets, the human digestive system Oh the administration admits the plan isn't flawless' I mean our ship is stranded in fog, there's going to he politicians abusing builds for military purposes. and the Chinese might have a little trouble eating their BB~ ~ith chopsticks.' But they can't eat bullets. Well they have been. Haven't you read about all the ariii 'ales to the third world? Do you really think the DeIen~e Departnent would give away military weapons when Air country is falling behind in the arms race? Of course not. Those are bulletsweve been sending them and the nott'e s nothing more than straight-out American altruism. B) the way Washingto&s program is expanding cnn the beggar' in Calcutta will have their own personal engraved bullet to 'tic on "BUT THEY CAN'T eat bullets. I gasped one last time is the last vestige of fog disappeared below the surface. 1 heii digestive tracts aren't large enough.' Rubbing his leadhelly the agent responded in a slow drawl. WelI if they can't eat builds, then let theam eat Cmnon balls.'' I The Independent Florida Alligato CIII Umnican P A Tony Kendrior Jom.,~ Cook Mn Evelyn B.s, Ann. MOhphutl C Roy Shpp 70m Mocomoro Ro~ ~AcG. Jr Donna Lubraro Ac.~ Horpe. Lyndo Homier Osono Snyder Lvflfl Soki., Olaido Marlin -N r ~vd Smith Editor in chi.f ~vd Klein Tern Wood Managing Ediot .OriI~ NewsEditor Lay O.n.roI Manager Anisons Genemi Manager Adninstrotiv. 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I 1%. ind.p.nd.ntMovid. MIIgotr, Tu.doy, March 4, t975. Nr Where have you been, Harlan T Smith? Harlan I Smith, where have you ~ Over night you have solved the Mideast conflict with sixof the most asinine proposals. I have ever heard. FOR NEW READERS, I shall sun,marize Harlan's bungles of Thurv Feb 27 Nationalize jerusalem. Return the Sinai desert tO Egypt. Return the Golan Heights to Syria. Guarantee the safety of Israel by having an International agreement signed by the LbS. and Russia. Do not sell arms to Israel that are technologically superior to the arm' of the Arabs. Create a plan of economic sanctions to he used against countries who harbor terrorists or who commit terrorist attacks. Pi oposal I Nationalize Jerusalem When someone lives in a certain place how can they lot have a monopoly? Lets natioralize your apartment, you must not ~4ant it DO THE ISRAELIS refuse to let the four religion visit the Holy Land? At Christmas in our country, the toy companies monopolize the TV advertising, but isn't his the most economical thing to do" Now, if Israel totally refused to let anyone visit the birth place of Christ at Christmas, then they are pure thols. depriving only themselves of economical gain. Proposal 2: If the Sinai desert is so meaningless, why does E~ypt want it back so bad? Harlan. review your high school geo~raphv or take (PY-ICO. [his is a good beginners course, especially icr Your highly intellectual level. PROPOSAL 3: Were there no hostilities between Syria and Israel before Israel got the Golan Heights? Harlan, please review History books since 946. [here is a whole lot of information in those books. Proposal 4: This idea has some hope. an international agreement would be most beneficiaL But Harlan. are the Arabs subservient people to us. or they people capable of making their own decisions? Proposal 5: Harlan. why sell arms to Israel and Egypt in the firstplace? If neither country hasn't any arms, what will they need protection against -the monsters? PROPOSAL 6. Harlan. since when is the PLO Palestine Liberation Organization) a country? Some nienibersoithe PLO do live in Syria. Egypt. and Jordan. but none of these countries have publicly said, Yes. we'll coninilt terrorist acts. A statement like this "ould be like cutting your nose off to spite your lace! Luckily ibr us (the world) though, you are only a freshman at UF and not sonic big shot aide to Henry Kissinger. If you were well. I'm glad you are not. OH, BY THE WAY, wherever you've been for the last lO.~ years. I do hope you'll return soon' But please do me a fovorstay hidden! John S. Donienech 4FRC ADVICE AND DISSENT Story unfair to Greeks EDITOR: I an, more than a little distressed by the willingness -no, eagerness -of the Alligator to point out the 'evils' of fraternities at UF. The philosophy seems to be that any political or academic wrong-doing can he attributed to the Greeks, I think this is way out of line, Stuart Eninirich's article 2-28-75) about the concerned parents of' a convicted cheatti seenied a bit too forced, too trite. The parents seem just too anxious to place the entire blame on the fraternity and not on their son who cornnutted the offense. joined a fraternity and started on the road to a nightmare that still has not ended.'' Mr. Eiiinrich. I'm surprised at you. You must be in the JM 407 class taking the talk of sensationalism to heart. While I applaud the Alligator's investigation into the cheatinR problem and their action on behalf of open Honor Court hearings. I believe your energies could be better channeled than to spend your time downgrading campus groups who perform major services to the University and the coniniunity. As a parting note, let me say that I think it sad when several students of my acquaintance doubt the validity of an Alligator story supposedly based on factual informationn Iron, a taped conversat ion. Susan C. Connelly 3JM Edelin column had misconceptions EDITOR: This letter is written in order w correct serious errors and misconceptions ito pun intended) in the opinion article, by Janis Mars. concerning the manslaughter conviction of Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin. initially .it should he stated that lam very much in favor of abortion. A BRIEF OUTLINE of the facts, as gathered from newspaper articles, is as follows -Dr. Edelin used saline injections, which is an accepted medical practice. to initiate the abortion. After several attempts failed, he then per'orniod the equivalent of a Cesarean Section. or hysterotomy, which is the procedure of going through the abdomen and rentoving the t~tus1or baby)through an incision in the uterus. Janis Mara incorrectly called this process a hysterectomy. which is just the surgical removal of the uterus, and rarely a jeans for ending a pregnancy. DR. EDELIN. as I understand fron, news reports. held the fetus-baby for several minutes in the open uterus, where it could not adequately breath. A patholoRy report states that there was some air in the lungs, which indicates that the fetusinfant had attempted to breathe. No attempts were made to resuscitate it. Without having attended the trial and heard the testimony, I cannot relate any further details. I have presented the above information not as an accusation of Dr. Edelin. but as a rebuttal of Janis Nina's biased article, which left out n.uch of this information. FLRTHERMORE. the article implies that the trtal was centered on the legality of abortion. It "as iot. The basic r The Independent Florida Alligator Oat'; 04o1 bw.tnw.nt Edit, Eon Cutfliflg*~OOi M*O~iOt Edit, O.orr i~oChOfliC Jr Photo Si.or G.e P-r -Mu' Mmdl K.m.s Ant. Nw, Edit, question of the trial was at what point does a fetus become a delivered infant, requiring resuscitation. The case of Dr. Edelin revolves around the idea of 1n tentional neglect. a passive form of euthanasia, which can be defined as the choice not to use all reasonable means to prolong life. For example, a doctor may decide not to treat a treatable infection in a patient with terminal cancer, and thereby allow him to die quickly. Intentional neglect, in some cases, falls into a medico-legal gray zone which is yet to be resolved. THE ARTICLE BY Janis Nina contained one additional incorrect statement which I feel requires comment. S Not lust a EDITOR. This letter is in response to Janis Mars's opinion column in last Thursday's Alligator regarding abortion and the another's rights. WHAT ABOUT the mothers rights? This is indeed an excellent question. My view on what a person can or wants to do with his or her body are quite liberal. I am strongly against any legislation that tells us what ~e can or cannot do with our bodies within the sphere of p ri V Should a person want to smoke pot in his roon, it is 'lone of my business nor should it be the business of the state. Howe~er. should that sante person entice ni, child to smoke pot. then this becomes ins' business. Other person, a person ~.lon, I love, and heretofore a non participant, is now partaking in what I consider to be a health hazard. TWO YEARS AGO I had no opinion, should I say, no thoughts. regarding abortion. If a woman wanted an abortion to rid herself of that 'blob of cells'' that was her business. I have since' however seen the slide and tape program presented by the Alachus County Right to Life Cornnijitee. I have never bekre been so moved or aiTheted by any program I have seen. E'ery pro-abortionist owes it to bin, or herself to at least see the program. If for no other reason 'ou ,iIl at lent see ~hy the pro life people believe as they do. HopeMly ru will see that that "blob of cells" is *lisLindly human, and, in tact. It is stated that childbirth is riskier than abortionI his is a blanket statement, while the relative risks are actually determined by the specific circumstances. For Dr. Edelin's patient. the abortion involved nore risk than childbirth. Ihe case of Dr. Edelin has become, rallying point for both anti-abortion and pro-abortion groups, and this is unfortunate. In reality, the case is centered on a doctors rights and obligations in regard to the withholding of treatment which is possibly life-saving. It is my sincere hope that Dr. Edeli&s conviction is overturned D.C. Burdette MS4 'blob of cells is an unborn baby. MY PERSONAL feeling about the majority of proabortionists is that they are not hard unfeeling people but that they really do not identify with the unborn fetus because they think of it only as a chunk of tissue. if. after seeing a photo of an eight or ten week old fetus, you can honestly still think of it as a chunk of tissue I can only say that I hope sonic day you will change your mind. I do not believe that legislation overruling the Supreme Court decision liberalizing abortion will solve the abortion issue. I for one however, will feel much better knowing that our country does not sanction the killing if unborn babies. ASIDE FROM the vast aniount of propaganda attesting to the ease and safety of abortion there is now a tremendous quantity of inlorniation from studies conducted in other countries which have had liberalized abortion for many ye.rs. The results are alarming and too lengthy to deal with here. I guess what I have been trying to say is that laws will not stop abortion -only people can. No one wants anyone to give birth to an unwanted baby. We must learn to love human beings. especially the Innocent unborn who have no sq. Don't kill the unwanted unborn but have compassion and make the extra effort to prevent conception. Let's eliminate the uewvanted baby through prevention not detraction. Job 0. Valenti

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Peg. 30Th. Ind.p.nhnt Moddo Ailigotor. ru.d.y, March 4, 1975 Student Senate considers e section reform BY STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer A bill proposing major changes in the Student Government election laws will be introduced at tonight's Student Senate meeting. I he bill, drafted by Senate President Pro 1cm David Cardwell. would create a student elections conirilission bo investigate charges of campaign violation~ and ~ould change the guidelines of the campaign expenditures law. ALSO SCHEDULED fir tWit reading Iontght is a revised resign-to-run law and a special request fin the Women's SelfProtection Clinics. Coming up for final consideration at the >30 meetIng is a special request to allocate more money to sO Productions. Cardwell 'aid the election revision law Qould create a 'fact-finding independent con~n,'ssion of three students and two faculty advisors to deal with alleged campaign The bill, if pased by the senate, would also place the system of dollar limits on cam~~aign spending with limits or advertiSing air time on radio and television and ad inches in newspapers CARDWELL SAID these limits would be easier to enforce because you can time the number ol air seconds and count the number of ad inches. Deaths (/ ivm page one) Father Michael Gannon, UF professor of el igion. ill preside at the non. lenoninatonal service. A SPECIAL PRAYER will be otThred tin K4thy Mayer. a fraternity little sister, who is in serious condition at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital as a result of the accident. Services br Jerry Engram were held Monday in Griffin. Ga. and military services for ROTC nien~bers Larry Rerlew and Mark Sitinions '.ill be held at 2 p.m. today in their honetowns, Homestead and Alexandna. Va. Memorial services for Mark Stafford will be held today at 10 anI, in Del Ray Beach UF President Robert 0. Marston. triternity advisor Wiliari, Mendenhall. and fraternity comptroller Bill Lambert will also take part in the Wednesday service. Until the services on campus have ended, all flags on campus will be flown at half-mast by order of Executive Vice President Harold Hanson. MECDWZNO 830PM UP 'N Y. AsIc we boy. book., bik. d.du. b.de. old .w.Iry Unornil. new A old 91E MW a St r&9445 ton for Sal. of he Goin.nilI. Shopping Or. on N. Main sib. ploc. our little onincl I vleuids soy ho. the things tot viok. ten, hoppy. And pa for your happiness! lb. VIe H. -Con.* Goin.svhll.s only Mgicor, Violet Sp.cIoIIsI. I~'s of varIetIes to chaos. from, lost personal .rvic. M.t G4gi and The Prine. iii a *n. 377.8465 Wednesday. b uy Donations are directly U Th. CUAMY media & Mln.l, we cony oquorlo rock. mineitls, lop. .quipnheot .uppliesCustom design eweiry a specialty-Visit the Cactus Gor&t, ft N~ a St 373-3872 M.tt. kM. ha. a wIde product. Ic. *xptIfK*. 444 NW 3M St. vortely of Nolurol te toni body Visit us soon I All. Aqu.Ik and Troll Bookpocks, Rugby Shin. Woorich Shirts, White Stag Speedo Bating Suits. Foil in. of Camping Gear Scuba ~uIp. 3448 W. Univ. 373-92fl Body Work & Auto Repairs Joe's Paint & Body Shop 5526 Hawthorne Rd. 373-0362 We bwmtmson body wot~tIwIamoaI moats S Own used to wheelchairs, braces and crutches and other special aids for the handicapped and w children in the Gainesville crippled area U For *. I.~ .xpa.skv* pric. to, oil flow1 nds, visit 1.,t P. R.mI Wh.I.S. 230 NW IS. An. R.n.,nb.r. W.'r. a r.toil .tor* now. For it,. Fin.t sound .quip.n.nt in *6. port of florid., Md. a. in itt. MIIIhopp.r Shopping Or horn long b.i rcogniz.d by sound *ntkuslosts os GcIn.vill&s I ln.st. L.P.pllIo. llEtMeIehcyeled Clot,. 2k to $10 u.s -sot IOom-ftpm 378:9525 Do.'iollons gratefully occ.pnd a OP.,,. Sticky Folk horn Goin.viIl.s I in.t .I.ctlon of rock. clowicol. on, folk and blun IFs. 720w. U, Iv. NO. I ThRIFt 51061 -Why sp.nd morn ton you Hon to: .owed IbIs pop. ICES M.In. W. buy ond sell! MALONE For all m.n. I wonn. hole styling n*.ds. aJ'. Country Squire at IOU Newb.ny kM ho. it,. .mp.1ia. to do A. lo~ right Per app. coIl 377.5459. Duiv. out soon. CHARITY BAZAAR MARCH 5-8 GAINESVILLE MALL r AA Meeting Saturday 8 PM Episcopal Student Center 377-1445 or 372-0421 ---------------1 THRIFT ST r JFI8HT INFLATION SEE OUR COLLECTION OF NEW I I AND USED FURNITURE, RECYCLED I I CLOTHING, HOUSEHOLD I-WE APPLIANCESAND ANTIQUES BUY AND SELL 104 5. MAIN1 I off Ave. 372-9151 I QUALITY GOODS AT DISCOUNT PRICES SAN MING ORIENTAL MART -a SN. A .4 CHINESE AND JAPANESE FOOD & GROCERY EGG ROLL SKIN .SPICES~ COOK-WARES OPEN MON. SAT. 0.00 an,* tOO p.n L PHONE. (904)afl.2492 ~3 N.E. 2&d Ave OMn.vill.* Florid. Cqrngr N. M.In & 2&d) S %Sram.Ji~tiiW Cl A w a, it Custom framing an labor Do-it-yourself framing New York graphics & Lambert prints Selected holdings MON. WU., II lot., TUrnS., PU., 5* lCm& U FEB. 26MAR. 5 'NJ". 1'. -II 0 25/. 10% N.E. fld A. Slot. off off 371MW 311.Nfl b I We want to buy 100 wheelchairs. EASTER SEALS will be accepting donations all over campus 42 r -sponsored by the students of the National Speech and Hearing Association 25% off 25%-5O% off U.SAd OS%6~mm~ej

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Th. Ind.p.nd.nt Florid0AiIigao,, Ju.sdoy. Mouth 4, 1975 Pog. II Other si ~tistics reported in the analysis include IN ALL FACULTY RANKS at UP salaries br ncn signed to nine-month contracts are higher than women in the same rank. Ihe largest difference between male and lernale salaries was in he rank of professor I here are only lb female professors at tj~ with an average salary of $19,869 [he 297 n~ale professors earn an average of S22.865. THE 24 FEMALE associate professors make an average of $15847. almost SIS~ less than their male colleagues. -3 SI a \hrThI~%r SI (MN) ~ ites nl~e Naldics pit issistHil ;~i~lcsst,,~ it LII I his Litcgoi5 lflLlihIc, the IIONI lcralc jeults mcnTher~ ~ tii~i1~Itvcd <(Wi pare~I ~ ith 329 iICn leniale instructors at LICain iii I %2,(XX) Iev~ than men in the ~anic I .ink FEMALE FACULTY MEMBERS on 121,onth euntraus earn ii .828 o 52.31 2 less than ii ales ii their I respective categories. As wtth taudt~ on nine-month contracts, the Ia, gist difference between male and female tat u Cv nieni bin occurs in the rank of rote sso A nineninth Harold hanson. U Contract is Iexecutive standard. said vice president. Sine Iepdrinict Thin 'lien and 'ersoris in esca a h ca pat I 'CS .1 re IV Lii 2 ilitint ontracis. but tjsuall~ i nitie-niorth conti act S 4iven INTERIM Affirmative Action Coordinator Di Dorothy Nevill sad a salary prediction model ~ as part of the supplement to UPs ittirniative action plan. Figuring froni a base salary and adding in factors such a' length of time in tank. ,rotessional experience and rank held, faculty iiienbers have been asked to compute their salary Actual sajariesihat don't compare with salary computed with the formula will studied case-by-case to determine if the be the lstfei CUCL* ii pay is because it oh (Ii stri ii in at H Ti A DIFFERENCE OF SIlO hi-weekly is considered standard AnrhlnR greater than that will automatically he looked at, Nevill said. I doubt well get a special appropriation (lion, the legislature) to correct salary inequities. Hanson said. In the past. we've studiedihe situation and taken the raise money available and redistributed I. Were doinR a case-by-case 'tudy of salary inequity cases, he said. Ofeourse. there's a possibility there wont he any raise money at all -it depends on the circumstances said Han.on. a I) I I HIPPODROME THEATRE I I I I I Papp .1 Oc off a t~ WED. ft THURS. ONLY FOR RESUVAlIONS CALL 373-8375 I a-a--a--a-a---------------Smokin' Joe Shmoes I I Smoking Brand Paper Special I way I Virvinia Ann. Uqocct~. I I I :z~; "on., I lag O.u'.g. C. G.4 Mm44 I 424 Nw 13th Street Records -------------------I I ~$ ~U~xOzz2*t I I 20%Dff All Merchandise I with coupon I I (Consonmefli i~cm~ Not Included) L me S. Our CurousThinus for Spdngg Coupon Onod Mor ti I g Mon Sc' 0-6 a .jfl.20'9 Milihcpper 5~more --a-flin F TUNE*UP SPECIAL I Volkswagens only ~ s~wsueonlydmlnoo I I WITH THIS COIJP~I INCLUDING BRAAE ADJUSTMENT I C#PEA UiPi~ES MAR Al iQTh CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT I I I LUBE II SEBASTIAN'S SHOP a ------I --------a --------------I IS I Paint Free Buy any of our thousands of decorator items I and enjoy pointing itforfr.e. We'll help you, or I l.oveyouaIon.todoyourowr~ thing I Valid 3*3-3l0. 1975 I I I Plaster gallery L Oulemille Shopping Center 373.0202 I SU@Mft 1O.~ Set: l4Swi. I -aaaa -----'a -------------------S I I WITH TNIS COUPON 25%DFFon$lormcre I I I on our hanging yard pionts. Prices Quality since 1922. baskets, as low houmplants as SOc and and up. I GOOD ThROUGh MARCH 15 I I I I U. MORATTO 505 NW St St 312-4957 I I Ps~aa. J r -~1 I 20 percent O~ I I PLANT BOOI(S I I I I I I I 520 N W 16th Avenue Gainesville El I Phone 377-5268 1a a --a .--------, I S. 6 NEONSI II $~'for $ 1.001 I At with this coupon I I Mar 4-8 I 1527 NW. 6th Street 378-9681 I I --------------------a --. n5E3irTj~;wK; CLASfXLS JZZ.SCIJrl 2 LOWESTPEICESIN TOWNS I 18 IC percent off all NEW books ~ 40-50% off all NEW Records ~ I IV Coop ii 1: 2~ ~cI Rooks & Records I 1105 NW 5th AVE. -~ a --I I I ROC RECORDS I $1. OFF I I Any IP or tape (excluding sales) I I I I "BRING THE COUPON' Offer Expires 3/U/li L --s ----aein. Wit this coupon I I 41*1.00 I I I CANNON YOGURT I aM flavors I I I offer 3/4-3/1 /75 w supply Ieuit4wcnmgdlun&sI MOTHER EARTH 2 NW 13* St Mtoppe* Square I ~ ---aI ----------a --FREE huE] with I OIL CHANGE and FILTER I Repair ON AU. AmerIcon S Foreign tars I I Sp.ciolizing in HAIR STANDARD STATION I 1510S.MAIN 51. 372-oin I hound he Corner from Cm City I .-----------------------r ---------I I I I I I Tuesday, Wedneudoy, Thurdoy I w Employment

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N.g 12, The ledq.,demst RM. AMigator Tg.doy. >rch 17S FR EE! at tieRAT "BULILIT" Sinamng Steve Mcflueen TONITE Oft Il.5UL23P.M. ma,65 IA flLM BY PAUL MAZIJEKY SARTrCARNEY 'S 233 W. Uni. Ave. U 1 1 PRESENTS The Original Tap Dancing Kid JM MY S PH EERIS ad DHS U LL BA ND Saturday, March 8 8 p.m. -$4.50 Advanced I I p.m. $5-50 Advanced TICKETS AT: Rebel Discount (both) Box Office (116) 3.013 FOR SALE ForSn's Suprb Stereo System Morte 2fXIninl 2A e-tobtaC ,-ok-e,, Thorns ID 123iuc Sea 10(011 Ken 376 2402 (A ST 00 P) __ JE~LR Cstor (odeO o.s who ,pprer into oni ,n gold y e, and Fine erm, Studio I1O3 By roppointinI only 3,3 3e94 'A '31 90-P (HASA APSO nole puppy anly one left AKC rg shots wormed and odorobi, thus. shaggy oap dog, orgmnolly vonm tibet ideal opt pet HOuse trnan.d now 3731059 la SI 'l-I Collect. ,eIlimg old original movie posH.r, ,mrrntd 'uppily so roll 373-4704 rA 5T 006 Needed nmmediotey 0 o 2 temiol, roomol. for 2bedrm, both op. $58 ~ o month + i itie.s nil,,m walk from med center call 373-5452 (b-Str-p) Diamonds Sopptrres Emeralds Jade and 95 other gem menerols All cquah,,e. ovoiloblo PTiced from 23 percent ao 50 percent below ,ai, (us~,, cuttng 'om' $IOm Unrondetionol Gunront. 0721E By aInlimenit only 373-3894 A 13'O0-P) -ninelvi II.' LorgettIlndoor FLEA AMAkEl Every F,, -Sot Sunday A lttl, et of eveylimg to, everyvon. 1201 E Urn'v Aye 37S-3431 IA 81 90-P) 1973 kowosok, 90cc inr.r bike Vety good condition Comn. by and saw and ride cntes 5 00 pm No phone Only 53c2l6,w 3Ave Api No 2 lAST7 fiorgoin World is moving to a morlt cOnvenlitft locallon to be.Ier Serve you Bunk beds $55 flfrig, 336147 St1I, lerroce Mione 377-9635 (o-St-9l-p) Fo, Sole 69 KHAMMAN GsIA Low $1095W00C11 37l-7532 days or37-35 nights & weeends (lO).9-p) Wedding Bonds. Engogernens 51mgl Trodetiornol or Contemporary design,. of your choice Handmade fo, indivduals who wornt the best (ngino work by Sooth L ending Artsts Most., Gold orontee Ol By oponn tol 373-3894 A I3-P File Setm,,. signet solid coin sile mint cond new 20need IWed$733770 (a3t 93-p) ditioe 14in 8TU Coolig II.&0 BIu tHtton 230-fl V 2 yr warranty syt $140 376-36$7 (o-5I-93-p youtf, Bed Moitess, sh.n-$35 Child., 4-Orower Cress.' 5."2tt35, Antque Red 'F~ni$ h S .4-6 v e Rug ( 365P (0 3-93-p) ______ mnatched set of wedding rings while gold embedded with diomonde C0 dollots 372-7S93 four and six whole dIamonds in both 0o3' 92-p) IMotel. Horme 1972 12x60 carpet brlckskirt A anchored 37-309O 5390W must see A4SW 20 Ave Lod No P (05* 93-p) Toy talian Greyhound puppis Purebred Pedigree 11 wfeks .k'ou wormed Peck of lit. $36 roll P76-O1lS of ter 5 pm wk days (o.5t.9d-p) Harmon kardan stereo *uen woterbed skies sewing machIne $8 00 dinning sable $30 full bed 25 bunkbed 50 dishes IS steam irons gor S chest drawes cederchesl $60 all must go warehouse lull cpun all day go N 23 blvd to 26)14 NE IS Fe. 377-9635 (0-54-94p1 Nikonos under watts Camera ettellent rond $130 roll J72-aSO (o-2t-d-p) BSA mnioorcycle far sale, 250cc single Street bike recently rebuilt, runs good new teres. 5250 ,coll Joe 3fl-64S7 a-.er9-,) TAPPAN MICROWAVE OVEN Brand new never used. compje. with wa,,anty Sells for $375 Best offer Coal 373-4425 alter S (0-St-94-pl) Stereo components best buys in onwn on fully guorant.d component and acs Most mnotor brond. avail call us belare you buy 37356SO (a.-)-94-p) Guitar orrpifier, stondel or list 2-12 I4C iots$190 cash l~pedschwnn Litour S1tS cash Call 37S.9779 (o-3.9d-p) FOR RENT abi o pvt i oomni l ai / e t k.1m OmpJud $85 ;.onth spring Ott 0c Carpe n id cooking poy no utlities roll glenn 378 5443 e6 ST-90-Pt ______ OWN ROOM in 3 bedoom house Prel (smote 583 50 util fireplace big yard rear duck pond JtS-2252 1512 NW 2rd St desperot. 6b-5r-!LpL FOR RENT FOR RENT wenied one 'ri'. oomrote own oom in Female Rooirnate wanted lhree bedroom opt $75 + .tilites poolside French Ot, Apt, 56 23 Markr 131326 8B31 90-PI ri'ties Ca'' 323 9155 (b 593pf)_Female Roomnale needed for Spring quoler Wiideodows 2 b-droom 2 both furnished Coill S7 7887 onylinme lb Houses I $90 Cottage on lake 377-6992 2 2 bdr 5125 NW Sect 377-6992 3 1 bdr $i55Walk to campus 377-6092 2jnc'es miles toldcf 377 6092 I $85 Oh' Paid 377 6092 2 570 Walk to Campus 377-6992 3 2 bdr $00 Sove i' 377-6992 4a cres Pool 2 bdr 377 6092 Avail to. Spun0 Ot' I $7S Efliciency Oil pd 377-4992 2 2 bdr Walk ao compus 377-4992 3 3 bdr 3)70 No leo,. or deposit 3776992 4 585 Moble homis 3f74992 Octed ReoE slt.t Pl3NE loh Aye Socre l'o''r ent 5125 per mc greet fo'r o garden, green house, etc 2 util sheds coanplete troile, hock up Country 'ocotiar, for info ca'1 472-2783 oft., S 00 47 2-2103 (b-fr-CA-nc) ,ublelown room in b*n n op, oir rancd pea1 howolion village opt 428 58250 mo + A utilities call mike C'l Wonled male roomote for own room in three bedroom apartment Vircoyo apartments $80 per month -I 4 'til c orspringquorter left 373-0)10 lb it-*OOM fo, liberal student, $75 o ,uIl 4 50 dep NICE 2 bdrrm 'r wit1, oc loCated '" quiet shody pork in NE Chip 376-4378 (b 5t-92-p) lemole, own can,2bNrdupi unfurn in N-ac be able to put up with a pup"y 587 50 +j utel $50 des set lulie e Univ ave Non, A after A {b-St fl-p) Looking for o mellow plot. to iv. ip,. giown bdr with priv bh, 04, pool $82 mo t 3 3uti bikle or bus 10 campus call anytime_373-3798 (-49-) SEAT THE HOU$ING SHORtAGF-II Now is the 'nmt 10 Itart looking for thot ideol tomic for spuing or loll qtr We hove mony itirigs ovoih For then -a small deposit on hold it Far you Call to*so 37-4992 femae macmote wa,,,ed. lusous Country Gardens pr ivulsi be neat $95 + u"i feb rent'he cal De" 37213660, 373-2636 IB-5T-90P) Need .oorn'. osnn bedr, in 4 bd,m house 3 bllts kam campus 323 nw 14.1 female Roommate Wanted "wion Village ApI 2 bdr 2 bth. a c he,,. pool etc $6) 25o mo f '. tll col 373-9747 oft.' A p 'n Avoloble Mo, I (6 10*-89 p1 OWN 6~IMOOd AVAILASLE 580 + utilites Villoge ApIs lawnhou.e furnsed, two both call Debbie after six Pr m 73 2944 / ecious complerty furnished bedroomn apIs directly behind norman 'oll Available mar f5 coIl 373-me4 or 376-61 34 eVenings (b-7,.9l-p) Female roommate needed for Srng Quo'n.r 3 bedreonm Windmeodow, Ap1 $7750 + utilillsm Must he NeotIl Call 373-Mf2 (b-S-9)-p) WANI TO MWAE' IF you deere to niove from your preen* location we (Wi rent. sublel Il or find you o aonmmcle immedlorely at NC COST Call lodayf I Urtted Reel Estate Assoc Inc l34h~e37_l6992Lbf-55) NOTARY PUBUJC 1219 W. UnIvensly PS Mend.:. for 1 3 2 BR trailer furnished (sniral heel-nir ovlble iindoey IlS 15 -ep 372-8238 orte mile from campus Ib 2 Female Roommate Own room $70 Hawain Vlijag. Move m now Ap in hocki near wooded area Nice A quet Coll 378-3157 (-13P female to shor, huge roonm Wind ireodovws 'uxuy apt ip qIn $60 ma + I 3 util cable color TV roll 373-779? best otter 4 pm (b 5t03-p) 2 females to shore room 2 br furn api country Gordenas Close to Med Center 575 mo Call 377-7854 i St 3-p) nieed female ic sublet spring qt, 2 bdrm opt 53Q63 nmo 4 25W0 securily. utilities melody 373-6966or landmark 175 lb-St93-p) Close to campus Femole needed to sublet Village pork apt Only 552 25 a mo 4 i uti'iies Greet roomiotes +* umeot pool Coil 378-0609 lb 3'9.) pleceont hou. -e blocks from Jaw school openminded person preferred $96-mth 213 nw 34 Teir 373.93W (6-5493-p) FEMAU roort~roe VIllag. Park con,or,,be ownrompo1 ced coseto compj. 92 50 + '1 utilitesn no deosl 373-3941 (b-5I-93-p) Wonled imnmedlotely I femote room note IC shore 2 be,*aom ap wih I person Own bedroom Univ Gord.n,. neor compus> til Coil 373-9275 (b-)93-p) for wspr irt molt roommate needed u* landmark ap. 2 br pool. a' eat dish water, laundry $381 '. old lease lt,., June 15 cell 38-3603 (b-2t-93-p) Female roommate wanted for sprtng 378-3733 (b9i-q-p I bedroom apt I block brn med renew + campus 5)69 0 unfurn or $I9WW turn dishwosher laundry corpet pool rec loOm no pets coil 373-8063 (5 St o room o nimce house 3 blokcs from uf in a Cres a1 land 595 monthly need a quidl mesoonsible Female call 372-1724 befa, I tor after 5 pm (S-ST-90P) WANTED female roovnmnoe wanted own loom in 3bed.o,pe i, m. l-3ut-bel.o campus quiet neighborhood, available IS' c'll 2"'73)935 (c-3t-93-p) roommate wanted own roam in lownitouse 2 block. fran, campus -0 mo 4 oel color Iv carpet 2 both immedi')te occupancy ph 372-1360 acWANTED WAdnted %emnlCroommOlC serous iia#%ro 37 'elndmnark Apts N,, OA rStO2pj ",ie''ow ioarmmnle spring quarter dupler 5333o month plus 1-3 oIl good pple o w 45th ave 377 0562 Tom or 54( 593 p) GOL0 8SIeLVER lop prices paid FOr I rings, old jewelry, etc confldentio COzzie 373-309(c 50.53-c) F.ro'e studious to slsor. 2 6drm apt Ouiet complex Camelot 51W0 W month lhru August plus utites Student 377 972 Mornings (c-t 92-p} FemOlC roomrmole wonled Sping qTr Psegency Oak. 559 + -utilities Own foam i Coll 373-5606 ofter 6 put (C Si 92-.) 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Tha.vr4av Mn.rI. A )fl& Ps. I see e!w hers the Mild Brot at Pizza Tia~ Seafc 9 jun. -ensue curb' for dhintr OOSN.W.l3thSt. Slccwr U U The Corner Drug Store we can help you -cal drug info counseling us pregnancy testing abortion referral come see our booth at the ANNUAL CHARITY BAZAAR at the Gainesville Mall Mar S-S Cam me priest inakina dEemnee? n ay 8 poor priest met a boy of tt~e streets At hat time there were thousands of such boys in Tu;in hungry. homeless and WIthoUt hope -a But what could one priest do' Wuhout money Wtthout ~v*,~* support Without even a building to house them But Fether John Bosco did make a difference Hs founded th, first community hat was dedicated primarily to youth With a program of play, learn and pray he brought he boys from he streets back to God and gave them a means of earning their living. From such humble beginnings a movement began that now reaches aro&jr'd the world a movement that has touched the lIves of millions ol youngsters -the children of St. John Bosco Today cv., 22.000 Salealans carry on his work In 73 countries A family of conimunity-mindid men who help to build a bMter world by pnparing young boys to be good citizen, for both God end country. Salesiens serVe *5 tesehers. coach., counalors. p.rit prints and 'nissloosries You a. on. priest ee make a big diII*rence. r -------I For Riot. infotmatian absot Saleshan Priests mid Sroh.rs, mall this cogp~ to! I FS~t J0& ine~ LOU. boa CIn aq sr. Jose aceco lbS SON 829, New Rochell. N V 10602 I am ntersehd in the PrIesthood J Brotherhood I t.e ma Masse __ __ I I-SI-. I::. ______I %flfl JO ~a~mmmmmm~ Palace ode Italian Specialties S a LEND A HAND VIAKEA FRIEND to

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Golfers fit in with winning weekend in the most glorious championship weekend in UF history. the Gator golf team fit rlght m It n sflt the SEC .hampionship by any means. rhat's still awhile nil But 'I was a championship -the Seminole In'itatmonal chamipronship--and the Gators won It convincingly. >I not spectacularly. by seven shots over Alabama. PHIL HANCOCK led the Gators with rounds of 72-71-76-219. three-over par His total was good for third place. four strokes behind winner Ierry Pate of 'Bama and one back ot Iinr-up David LDuPrec of South Carolina Semtor All-American Andy Bean was second low for UF at 222. Bean was never really in contention bor individual honors ueto a hefty 77 in Fridays first round than ks f or List Monday maght was a Hortda basket person aliyv ball program have ap U F s uppo r t gieat night and I can't preciated for the tell you your University of how much I support. Alter spending eight years in the hotbed of college basketball ant the Uiniversity ol North Carolina, It is great to know that we have such enthusiastic support at the University If Florida. Fhe win over Kentucky was .great one and I felt we' owed this win to our lans She hasketbaIl coaching staff and players would like to say haink vil for your loval support. I promise we will continue to work tow a i bmildig championship tean, hut this cannot be ,icc',nip1shed without your con tin ed support. Thank you,. John C. Louz Head BasketbalI Comeh THE MAD HACKER IS HERE ~or hot, who rj.d 'a md it and couldn't, his' Ii sip Try agoir think you'll fLnd it worth he efort I 23 bLVD. z 'ft -4 1~ AVE. gi n AVEml, AVE. UNIV. AVE. I '2 0 DOWN TOWN 1507 N.W. 6th St. 371-4024 I Senior co-captain Ben Duncan was in great shape to make a run for the individual crown after rounds of 71 and 74 on Friday and Saturday. But everything came unglued for him on Sunday. He skied to an 83 causing coach Buster Bishop to note. "I almost lamnted on the eighteenth green. ALTHOUGH PLEASED with the victory at FSU. a victory that eluded the Gators last year ending a seven tournament win streak. Biship felt the Gators'consistency was a bit rusty. "It wuill take a few tournaments under the belt before we start playing as consistently as I'd like us to." said Bishop. 'You want to keep the average around 73 or 74 and we're not at that stage yet. That's why we'll be playing in a lot of tournaments the rest of the way. He didn't day so. but Bishop was probably disappointed that the Gators didn't win by a wider margin. They held a strong eight shot advantage sfier the second round and appeared icady to blow the rest of the hield away. But Sunday found the Gators struggling to ever shoot 75 (in fact only Bean Iand De nySullivan" anaged it) and they ended up losing a THE WEATHER at Tallahassee was certainly not conducive to low scoring. "It was colder than heck and it was blowing like a maniac!' exclaimed Bishop who then added. "I didn't stop corn lIaning the whole Lime and I'll tell you. Inm still cold!"' THE CLIMATE may have been gloomy but one sunny spot for Bishop was the play of junior Bob Bailey who was the low qualifier in the team's Orange and Blue matches. Bailey shot 73-76-78-2 27. "I was .ery pleased with Bob's play." confirmed Bishop. "His scoi e was one of the low four each round." !he first round was the best of the weekend for the Gators. Duncan was one under, Hancock and Denny Sullivan were even, Bailey was one over and 'ophmore Jim hart, two over. However the 'cores soared as the weather worsened but the Gators still nmanaged to shiver their way to the championship. SHARE ThE RIDE WITH US TIS WEE END AND GE ON TO GODTu 6. Us means Greyhound, end a lot of your fellow students who are already on to a good thing. You leave when you like Travel comfortably. Arrve refreshed and on time. You'll save money, too, over the increased air fares Share the ride with us on weekends. Holidays. Anytime. Go Greyhound. GREYHOUND EACH FMWAY ilS Leave Gainesvill .. Arrive Orlando .:. Arrive West Palm Beach Arrive Ft. Lauderdale .... Arrive H ollywood Arrive Miami. ... SERVICE QUA1E ...3:30 p.m. ....5:45 p.m. .9:20 p.m. ..10:20 p.m. ..10:40 p.m. ..11:20 p.m. Ask your agent about additional deprturms and return trip. Greyhound Bus Lines 516 S.W. 4th Ave. 376-52521 GO GREYHOUND .UNaI fslUOE Mus -1 UF GOLF COACH BUSTED BISHOP ..still cold, but happy with results THE GOLFERS swing into action next on March 20th when they compete in the Miami Invitational in Miami. The tourney will run through March 23rd. Then on Match 27, the Gators travel to Cape Coral for the Cape Coral Invitational. That tourney will also be a four day affair. After the Cape Coral tourney, the Gators have three more meets to prepare for the SEC championships which will be held in Dotharn. Alabama on May 15th through the 17th. the Nucloar Navy. If you think you have the ability and desire to master nuclear engineering, the Navy's Nuclear Propulsion Program has openings for about 200 outstanding college graduates. There's a Navy Recruiting Officer ready to give you all the details on how you can become someone spec ial in the new Navy. 3974 Woodcock Driv,, Jo~w,"l. M.320 Th. N.1 bding fla w 1.4ks Unk. -n MfAr II. ke 12 A NI A .--t 'I ~ * ** fl-AAr~vny9;tAItt.'.%V.~Okv *\ tb. *. ,n~vecar,, .~ '9.,. li//, T1he Iridept'ndet Florida Alligator L otz fOas MAIL UF

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Availabli IFC office 322 .J.W. Reitz Union Mon-Fri 9-5 fliNCH 11AM3PM FOR 39c eel DINNER ALL DAY FOA $1.39 50% S7LDE1~T UJUNCOflT OPEN DAILY I lAM-MIDNIGHT 18055W 13St ~wa 377-OBOE 11,. ind.p.nd.nt Noddo AJIlgator, Tu.d.y. Morel. 4 ISIS. Peg. IS Granowitz to I s victory he ped UF first SEC championship By CHRIS CARRITY Alligator Sport. Writer (ilior eq Icr Itni Granowiiz~ "in in the 142-pound chan,1,,0n5h11, I ound Saturday night ~ as satisfying in more Hi~ 0-4 ~ic heIpc~I 1' F to Giano~. it, thai UFr ro S tory it' he 05cr Kentucky's [mi Mousetis not only flrst ~iestlmng SEC title. but proved w could win the SECs again. ugby over team Naples The LiE uMby team rolled over the Naples Rugby Club on Saturday> by a 28-3 score Lcadlnw scorer br the Gator Ruggers were Gill Ruderman ~. ith 3 tries 4 points apiece) and a conversion kick (2 points). Also 'coring br the Ruggers were George Rozelle (2 tries), Peter Newfleld ii try) and Jell' Winepol (with a conversion kick) LAST WEEK the hF rugby team had the honor of hosting two teani' lron~ the British aircraft carrier H.M.S. Ark Royal. Ihe LW rugby A' lean, lost by a 19-7 score to a team which had been past British Navy champions. Scoring for the Caters were Roy Biewer with a try and Gill Rudernian with a penalty kick. THE JUNIOR tron~ treshnian year. but lost Massapuqua. N.Y. won the SECs in the fin4Is last year. his I felt I lost the feeling of winning a championship a little after last year. and felt I had to prove to myself that I could ~ in it again. Granowitz said. ftc smooth-styled wrestler, who likes to tier to his ~iestIing torni as that of being as 'smooth as peanut butter' 'a' worried d about regaining his title because he missed the last month of dual niect competition with a knee injury. Granowitz who breezed tothe I~nals on wins ol 10-2. and 82 brought an 18-I record into the tournament. Mousetis. a freshman. brought a 25-2-I niark iito the tourney, and was hailed by his coach Flether Carr 'as having the potential to be a great one in the Cart mold. also breezed thought the preliminaries and serni-linals with 12-4 and 10-4 'ins. GRANOWITZ fell behind n the final match 3-2, but took a 4~3 lead on a reversal. Mousetis then escaped to tie the jiatch, but with 1:35 to go Granowitz scored a takedown and near tall to take a 4-4 margin and rode him out to win 10-4. I knew I could beat hint (Mousetis) on the mat, and thought if I could take hint down I'd win the match" Granowitz said after his match Granowitz had high praise for his opponent--he has a nice style which was smooth.' he said. But, when it was over. it was Granowitz's style that prevailed and brought him back his title. A SATYRICON r -~~t -i stC~ --4--. --S -ta--Ii-4 I -j. S. --14t'. '--4 I .21FIl ni s odaptotion of P.ronus Sotyricor so chronicle of whet thot author hod observed at the court of Nero before,. 1.11 out of th, emperors lover I' WOS wn~.n as .vid.nc. for future blockrnoil Tb. film is so full of the vorieti. of decadenc. tot a stunning unity emerges frOm their uxtOposition, it 'a o univ. inhobited by albino herniophvodit*5 hairy dwovfs *I~hontne proetllns, losavious matrons, beoutiftul nym phemonsocs ond homoserool youths WW., MARCH 5 -~:3O: 9:30 2NDROae AAJD. tCOWIEMR4 MV. ~flSUI en co Ut. *00 ~ AUuIhnce ~G61RATION a~ TAAWB ~QU BED ROOM &~O JJW rARcH 8-7 900-430 3?4cEms-~ IEt44TUCENTS eQ P8W MOW EUROPE EUROPE Planning a trip to Europe over the summer? Want to save money on your transatlantic flight? The Reil. Union is pleased to announce its Second Annual Charter Flight to Europe available to all students, faculty and staff of the University of Florida and their immediate families. The flight will leave from Miami on Sunday, June 22, 1975 and fly non-stop to Madrid, Spain. It will return from Madrid to Miami on Thursday, August 28, 1975. Thecostoftheflightwill be $345, with a deposit of $100 required to hold a seat For more information, call 392.1657, or stop by Room 330 in the Union from 3-5 P.M. EUROPE EUROPE ******.***4 STUDENT : ART EXHIBIT' March 1 -thru' 4 March 20 S 2nd Floor :GOIerv JWRU * Over 40 non-4 ~rt majors wiii 4 be exhibiting their works. I I SoeSeeg 00054 ('RE %TE~E CSOhE3~ UOEKSKSP F.wtiuu'u the ,reyarwt&m of an .-nw.u of Soar4oqA ~rniie. A3%onn. Smnder.on. Wed., March 5. 7:30 p.m. -J I .J Wayne Rein Uniwi Bakery fineneSs. veqmired. 4~il 392.1665. 9:3St.,4tflbhdda sfl. Ewd~S I. lhStt se hen s.d make -aARTIST IN RESIDENCE AtA FREE PUBLIC LECTURE TIDES. ,MARCH 4 8:00 1KM. Jean Claude Van Itallie. playwright of the modern theatre, will be at the UnIversity ot Florida as an Artist In Residence from March 2* During thus time he wail b conducting workshops and seminars in creative wri' I g, acting and directing as well as speaking in mass lectures and to in d'viau.l Classes In adcitioc, there will betimeswhefl he will probabi make himself available to individuals in Lounges 22 & 123. JWRU, depending 00 his tin,. REIIZ UNION AUDITORIUM 'U. '3 4 A LINDSAY ANDERSON InternatIonally acclaimed Film Director will sp.okobo~t. cod shotn seen. Ira. hI.filmt RIO AT. MARCH 7 UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM 600P.M. Fm. .nd op. t A. p.MIc. humuS by S. S. Wuww ma w.ia, -~' c-s. FRESHMAN RECORDS HAVE ARRIVED! d

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McAdam Sherman on loint SG election ticket By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer Alyce MeAdami. UF National Organization tot Wompen (NOW) head, and Greg Sherman, student body treasurer, will announce today their plan' to run for student body president and treasurer respectively in next quarter's Student Government elections. McAdam and Sherman have scheduled a 10:30 anm. news conference today to announce that they will run together in the spring elections. aIpproximlalely a month and Shalt awy. McADANI REFUSED Monday to discuss other candidates w.ho might be gunning on her ticket or w.hat her platform ,,ould be. and said she ,.ould wtait until today's press conference wo answei any questions about her h-orinei Student Senate President Jim Eaton has also indicated ;plans to run toi president. hut Ins made no otflcial an n',uncemcnt vet. Eaton said last week he hadn't made anvy dcc rion .ibou I pi ospect 'Ce inin11giim 1teCs and was si talking to ietested students Bt RON PETERSEN, Honor Court chiet (ceiense counsel and one ot the central figures in the Honor (our s recent investigation io mass cheating in the business college, has confirmed he 'nit he running lot Honor Cowrl ( hancelloi next quarter Peiisen said he '.a' going '0 run orn F aton's ticket. Eaton has acknowledged thai he discussed the matter w ith~ Petersen and it is \ cry likely'' that the Iwo w, ould i un, together Secr ci ISC otr cia K h .tn a Iso said t hes are onsiel i inning to, iin office "ext quarter bout hjsc riade no decision Net. DAN LOBECK, SG secretary of consumer itlairs. said Monday he ,as "looking at a lot ni offices.h ut,. asn't sure it he ,.ould run tor anything next quarter or not. [-oheek said he would prohabN make sonmc .111noU ncemen! boutt his p1 ans IA the first weck ii 'pri i quarter Sciate M inorit lecadei Sue (line said 'he had "ni' plans nil to 'iii, or .1ny ollie. but admiiitt ed she had nt com,,pletelI tuled it out. The Independent Florida 'ao 1ubse by Capus Commn Goos n G *nsv'II Fiorido Not otlcoIlly osioc otd wh ithe'wes o nd TIJ ESI)A Y MARCH 4. 1975 VOL. 67. NO. 94 State university. job opportunities ph~o~o by and newmon Just plain old vonillo Ice cream Is okay, but 22 and a half gllons of it meant $1,700 for fighting cystic f ibrosis. The mousy wes raised this weekend by Delta Phi Epsilon in on annual ice-cream eating contest coosisting ol coe-Ptitors. All of the contestants probably felt the effects after the contest was over but none could feel them like the winner who at. 74scoops of the cold stuff. are still By JANET PARK AllIgator Staff Writer After two years of enforcing an equal employment opportunity plan, marked differences in job opportunities for men and women are still present at the nine Florida state universities, according to recently released information from the National Center for Educational Statistics. Dr. Robert Bryan. interim vice president bor academic affairs, acknowledged the university system freeze on the hiring necessary to carry out UF's affirmative action plan. BRYAN SAID there will definitely be a freeze on hiring next year. However, be said. "The freeze will be thawed in certain cases to right imbalances caused by this year's freeze." Most of the UF eniployes lost by attrition this year were lost through retirement, according to Bryan. "THEY WERE MOSTLY white males who ate retiring. We've had very few resignations and very few deaths.' he said. The hiring that will be done next year will Ibllow affirmative action plan guidelines,. Bryan said. Only selected poitions will be filled "nt year in the 'thaw," such as in the departments of English, zoology and chemistry. Bryan explained. since they were the hardest hit by faculty losses this year during the hiring freeze. unequaI FELICITY TREEBLOOD, president ot the Association or Women Faculty. said the figures "make it clear inequities are widespread, and this is what we find so profoundly disturbing. "Womien are not being paid equally for equal work," she said. Effects of next year's limited hiring might possibly result in a different "mix' of enmployes' sex and race, Trueblood said, if the white males are retirimg and hiring is conducted according to affirmative action guidelines. "THIS IS A HATTER of continuing interest to the association," she said. Or. Grace Henderson. president of the Black Caucus. declined to comment on the matter over the phone. Women faculty members with tenure, which is guarantee of a job until the teacher voluntarily leaves, total only 12 per cent of tenured faculty members at UF, according to the report. THlE REPORT STATES UF tils below the 14 per cent State University System average bor female faculty members with tenure. The total number of women faculty at UF has increased 2.5 per cent in the last two years. according to the report, while the university system showed only a 2.8 per cern increase. (See 'Employment,' page eleven) Illegal warning light found on f rat vic tims truck Dy IOE MORAN AliaeeStsM fl'itr The warning lights on the rear of the flatbed truck in which four UF fraternity men were killed Saturday were illegal, according to Ouinton Whittle, a Florida highway petrolman in Perry,. The truck, containing 17 fraternity members. .us pltr.ed into from behind by an empty gasoline tanker truck, leaving Mark Statford. Mark Simmons. Larry Berle. and Jerry Engram dead. ThE TRUCK was outfitted with two shite drliupngights mounted on 14.fadt poles at the rear of the cab, and two flashing amber lights "similar to those used by the Dsparflwnt of Transportation to mark manholes," Whittle said. Whittle said Florida Statutes prohibit the use of white lights on the back of .11 vehicles. and prohibit flashing lights except for crnergency vehicles, turn signals and emergency flashers, to be used only when the 'chicle is stopped at the side of the road. Only one of the amber lights -the one closest to the shoulder of the highway -'as in operation at the tinie of the accident. Whittle said. WHifLE SAID it has not yet been deterniined if the other lights twene operatamal at the time of the crash. L.eo Parker of Perr). who i as driving the tflkin'ttlt sumsle %.iih the *snftv frii&A was unavailable for comment. Parker was charged in the accident with careless driving. SIGMA PHI EPSILON fraternity president Mike Pwn, told reporters over the weekend that the lighting on the truck had been theeked and approved by the Gainesville Highway Patrol before the start of the 'run-athon." Lt. J. J. Maxwell of the Highway Patrol in Gainesville said he had talked to someone hr the fraternity five or six weeks ago about the charity run. Maxwell said the caller asked how to recent a permit to conduct the Gainesville to Tallahassee ct. QWM.tl sa.po. tad emiit was required. THE FRATERNITY was advised, he said. of traffic and pedestrian regulations applicable to the run. Maxwell said if the lights were approved by the Highway Patrol in Gainesville. he has not been able to determine which officer in'pected the truck. "As rat as I know, no one her approved it." Maxwell 'aid. SURVIVORS of the accident have beeui advised not to discuss details of the crash. Plum said. A memorial service for the four dead students will be held-'W ag emeny a n at 5:30 in University Aeibumn. (See deathss.' page ten) Pla in Vanilla

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g.e 2, Th. Independn*Ro.edod Milgotor. Tu.doy. MorchA if1lS Fed study UPI) A Federal Reserve study indicated Monday the nation s economy in worse shape than one of the bleakest of government mdexes shows, and the Commerce Department reported another sharp drop in housing construction. Sources in Algiers said oil exporting nations may link crude oil prices to the worldwide ilation rate. The Organization of Petroleum l-xporting Countries is holding its first summit conference with heads ol state from live of the 13 OPEC nations absent. IN THE latest report on the depressed U.S. construction industry, the (onmmerce D~epartment said construction 'pending dropped 2.7 per cent in January to the annual rate of $128.1 billion, the lowest since November. 3972. when it was 128 billion. Building volume was 15.5 per cent below a year ago when inflation is discounted Residential housing and public construction both declined Sharp 4.6 per cent and private construction was down 1.8 per cent 'he Federal Reserves regional bank in Boston released a study how inrg an economic slide ol 1 per cent I roni Januiiarv to
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The indepeundent Florido Allgalor, lucidoy March & 1975. Page 3 Rape vic By DEBBIE IBERT Alligator Staff Writer Florida rape victims may no longer be protected by law from having their name' published in news stories The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-I Monday that a state may not bar news media from publishing a rape sictim's name if it is obtained from public court iccords THE RULING reversed a decision by the Georgia Supreme Court in favor of Martin Cohn, who brought a civil suit ft' invasion of nesrepr on the cour procedngs against; her rapists. 'This doesn't automatically change Florida's law, but it does raise serious questions about the validity of our statute." said Ray Marky, 'tate assistant attorney general in the criminal appeals division. According to Florida statutes, no person shall print or publish flhe name or identity of any lemale who has been raped or had an attempted assault committed against her. Ihe law does not specify whether the name is taken from police or court records, Marky said. In either case. using the rape victim's name is a first-degree misdemeanor. MARKY SAID it would be five days to a week before the attorney general's office would know the full impact ot the Supreme (Court ruling on Florida's law. He hasn't -eceived a copy of the decision yet, he added, and won't know until he reads it how tarreaching its effects '.ill be [he assistant attoi ney general had a iiiixed reaction'' to the possible change. "We're having alot of difficulty now getting victims to report the crime and Ibliow through with the prosecution even with a law protecting her identity.'' he said. 'The Es t im name puetion i1twe can'precvcim rm publicity, how many are going to conic forw ardYET, MARKY SAID he could see where the identification of rape victims may 'aid in obtainig witnesses that the state miight never have known about." Because emhar-assment is a major factor in the non-reportingof rapes, spokesmen bor law enforcement agencies in the area agreed that the possibility of having their names publicued will probably keep rape victims hrnm reporting the crimn, By KAREN MEYER Alligator Staff Writer A revision in the wording of Florida's Oninibus Education Act dealing with which taculty cannot be denied tenure "solely 'or failure to publish or do research" will conic before the legislature when it convenes in April. Rep. Richard Hodes, D-Tamipa, said his evision would "provide for elimination of the publish or perish doctrine" for faculty "assigned exclusively to teaching and other student oriented activities.?' TENURE GUARANTEES A faculty member permanent employment until he voluntarily leaves, retires or is dismissed with reasonable cause by the Board of Regents. l'enure does not guarantee a permanent position where there are no hunds. Hodes, House Education Committee Ahairnman, said he would suggest the revision because there are discrepancies in the wordmig of the bill that require a technical revision. AS THE BILL CURRENTLY ceads, tenure may be As University Police Department inrestigato. Martha V ares put it. e've done cservthing to encourage lenmales jo conme in aind report a rape What happens if ow they conic in and we tell them their names can he exposed wo the world'" MOST RAPE VICTIMS have enough problems coping with emotional shock and strain and shouldn't have to worry about exposure, said Ibm Mannweiler. a counselor at the Coiner Di ug Store. Only half the rape victims he has counseled had reported the crime to the police, he said. to in news If the Supreme Court decision a), H-orida's Vtatute. it will he up to th whether the name' oh rape victims p~ublished. Alligator cditoi in-chief David Si, ihe paper would continue not print uit' name except in "rare a traoidinarv circumstances" I he Gamnesville Sun also w ill not their policy agwmst printing a i ape name unless it is "absolutely pertinent 'tory. as im tihe case oh a pronminenit according to ed toi Ed Johnson. act might legally be denied bor failure to publish or do research -which is prohibited by a provision in the 1973 education act -it such a decision was taken to court. Nodes said. Theriev'sii would correct atechnical error esulting from the differences in the bill that was tiled and the bill in its final lorm, that was passed in 1973 with several other bills included undei the Omnibus Education Act. Nodes said. UF President Robert C). Marston said he would laor HodeY' revision if it applied only to faculty niembers assigned completely to teaching and other student-oriented activities. "BUT I WOULD THINK there would be very tew people like that.'' Marston said. "In general, one must be told what is expected ot him in terms ot teaching. research and service',' said Marston. and the decision to grant tenure should rest on how each actor is fulfilled. Marston said he was concerned with "having the legislature spell out one detail of the criteria ior promotion and en ure,'' that w.otld -equtre granting tenure to a faculty imemher who failed to do research and publish if that w as w hat he was hired to do ,o alters media will be ith ing nd said the exchange victifl's "to the person. revision DR. RON CARPENTER, of the Anmerican Association of University Professors, said he was "not sure you can write a law which will cover higher education mn such a blanket "ay" Ifa faculty member is involved primarily in undergraduate teaching. research and publication "is not that crucial." Carpenter said. But if a taculty miembersupervises graduate students, and is teaching graduate students how to do research, the faculty supervisor "has to be absolutely on top of his hield,"' Carpenter said. 'For sonme schools, it's not that inmportant." he said. "But for U.1F, it research and publication) is absolutely essential."' Dii. Robert Biyanrin terim assistant 'ice president bor academic affairs, said he would not lavor a tenure revision tor UIF. because it is supposed to he the graduate assistant and iescaich institution of the state Although 8i varn said i esearch and publication can he over-emphasized.'' he said he didn't 'see any virtue"' in the legislature telling universities what to dlo regarding tenure A INANZA EVERY TUESDAY lIGHT RIB-EYE SPECIAL $1.49 Served with crisp salad, with and Texas Toast baked potato and a choice of dressing, Gcod wholesome Amenicon food at right neighborlyprices 2445 SW Just vesita smile.' 13th St. Gainesville, Fl. --discuss BC

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Fog. 4. The Ind.p.nd.nteddo Ailigosor Tucudoy March & 1975 Eva c a By TOM SHRODER Alligator Staff Writer A University College evaluation prompted 'by criticism ot LU( Dean Rob Burton Brosn i has ended in srn endorsement ol Brown and a condenat ion ot sonic ii hi' critics. I he ti,,al report ol the e' aluation comn,ittee. t eleased Wednesday. urged the UF administration to express "public and tinequiv'ocable" support bor Brown, and to make the support etfective by "substantially increasing lhe budgetary allocation" to UC IN ADDITION. THE COMMITTEE charged "several"' ol Brown's critics "may themselves have violated reasonable standlards ot academic conduct by the careless and scurrilous content and manner of their complaits.'' '-he comnnttee. consisting ot two university presidents and a nationally prominent professor. said it Brown's critics continued "such conduct." they believed their dismissal would be tustified,. Dr. Robert Bryan. UP interim 'ice president for academic affairs, said a complaint niust be brought against a faculty member before he could be dismissed for it sconduct. BROWN SAID HE WOULD not make any complaints concerning his critics. I think ifs all over."' he said. Bi-own said he did not expect criticism of his administration to continue, at least not in the same com Health cente moves to jar Ike Brown, uators r g B. RENA EPSTEIN AllIgator Staff Writer I he Icnmporary bookstore in the J Hillis Miller Health Center stil soon assume new headquartci-s that will 'at least quadruple'' the sure ol the old location. .iccoiding to San, GL'ten, Li hookstoie manaKg sisat bookstore mianagcir, the flew bookstore ,.,ll be on the first tlktr in the old bioclectronics space iiext to i he post office. ALTHOUGH GETZEN is "hopeful' the bookstore w ill open in its nes location tbr fall quaile. sales, he said it would be ''more ceahstic' to expect the opening alter fall I hcrbookstore was pushed out ol its old location tin the imaun floor of the Medical Sciences building due to the construction of a nes. addition to the health center. I lie teiiporary location is in a lobb, area in Ii nm ol the auditorium, but Getzen said it is a hor-rIbe thing" because a hallwa, cuts right through the sales die, Ilit' lairgei' area is needed, according to etreii, because to" there aie t'ise colleges in LAST WEEK, FOLLOWING UF lPvcsdcnt Robert () Marston's report ol the omn (lee's preli'nary findings. Dr Albert Cuy. LIUmied Faculty of Florida chapter president. called the evaluation a "complete Ho.esei, in a leaae to University System Chancellor Robert Mait,. Marston said. he accepted the findings and recommendations ol the committee. One ol the comnilitee's recommendations a an n crease in UC funding. despuce UF's economic problems. "WE RELIEVE THAT additional hinds can be invested in this college with full confidence that they will be expended wisely and to the substantial enhancement of the undergraduate education throughout the ifmversity,' the committee wrote. Bryan said in response to the committee's icconmnendation. he will try to increase UC's share of expense money next year. Brown said next year's projected decrease in UC enrollment will ease the financial stress. "RELATIVELY SPEAKING, we'll have more money." he said. The committee's strongest criticism of Brown was his method or Carrying out policy. Brown was "on occasion insensitive. tactless and contentious." they said. "A modification of his style is certainly called for." "Style is something you conie with. I've been trying bor years to change mmiie." Brown replied bookstore ~er location he health center I he medical college was the onlN one in the health center when the firsi health center lbooksmore opened im NSS5 MONEY TO PAY bor the extra checkout area' aid showcases will conic Ironm Sl00.00 contrihuted l's the UJF bookstore. Matm niew services are scheduled to be ofi.red by the nes. bookstore Getten said it w.ill add more non-required books, enlarge the paperbound section. carry i,,agarimes. enlarge the general supplies of paper and folders and place a notary public in he new location. He said he also expects the new store to eary "college identifying iteis' like glasses. pins and black physician bags. BECAUSE OF the cramped space in the old location. Getzen said only required textbooks '.ere sold. No ici. stati is expected to be added to the lour persons whIo no ,.ork in the health center bookstore. according to Getzen. But he said ii the ,olunme ol sales ticreases im the ne' location, there is a possibility of hirinw students to w.ork during lunch hour. County hears crime ordinance (om Ipetisat in crnm C liim' to. losses the' %iit'r dtsriii cime' w,,ll be the suhiect of a ipiblb hie.vmn 10 be held diiinfi today 's Alachua C pun s (oiiiiission meetm, he proposed cot,,, ordinance would be u mnded .wit h ledciral i-e'en uc sharimg lunds. I he ordiiince coils tor the establishment >a hoard ahIiih would rel iew. the crimes and ,Iecidc Pn w hat Lomipensattoln. it anm. would he aaded Ilie proposed nidminanccei mu s still be api-os ed In the L Omn mission alt ei the hearing is held. I lie hearings "iall be held at 3 iii, on the toui th looi 1 o the Alachua (ounrs CourI house. 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Oscar By RICHARD BURKHOLDER Alligator Staff Writer Tis Oscar time again. That usually means added commercial hoopla in the film ads, return engagements of Oscar nominees at your local movie palaces, and much 'peculation about what constituted last year's cinematic superlative,. For years a number of devoted film hans have been accusing the Oscars of solely representing commercial intent. "New York Magazine" film critic John Simon. for instance. once labeled the entire Oscar nominating and conferral 'y'tem "a business proposition for (which) salability matters"' above all THE OSCARS are awarded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a non-profit show hit institution based in Hollywood Robin Collhson. Gainesville Sun movie critic, conceded she had not viewed an Oscar ceremony since she was"13 or 14" because she "discovered it wasn't a fair competition; the best films'' -artistically and "poetically" -usually didn't -win. Frank Sciadini. UF assistant professor of behavioral science, said that. in his mind, there was "little question" ol the "selt-mntent involved'' im the awards' promotion of the movie making industry. IN SOME PAST situations. said Paul Newman. I. Wayne Reitz Union Assistant Director of Student Productions, the statuettes' conferral has "obviously been a political ploy.' He cited the John Wayne 1%69 Oscar as being a case in point of industry-wide collusion in the sentimental presentation of the award. Sometimes, said William Childers. UF professor of English. Oscars are actually given to the right people the ones who, for aesthetic reasons, actually deserve it roll but usually, he continued, this takes place "because of the force of critical action." At any rate, he added, the Oscar ceremony is a good selfpromotional device for Hollywood that just happens wo have a "lavish, badly staged TV spectacle" appended to it. SCIADINI ALSO feels that the televised award ceremony is objectionable but acknowledged that the idea of Oscar-giving "doesn't preclude the possibility of raising the public's tastes."' The Oscars. bad as they are, he went on. support the filim medium because film simply "cannot survive artistically without some cnimimerc gal Orientation. Mickle Ed1wardson. UF professor of journalism and communications and film reviewer for the Gainesville Sun. said that while 'he is at times ''horrified and appalled at the films neglected' by the Academy she nonetheless finds the award presentations to be 'good. semi-clean fun recognizing, by and large, entertainment values instead of significant ones." She continued, "Oscars are lun and we enjoy them." Here's suspense. egoinvolvement in the selection of winners, and a too-seldom chance to see celebrities paraded in front of us, she added. photo by ttaIre vmtt JOHNNY CASH played with family mnd friends in Flo. Gym Sunday 'Mystery By KAREN MEYER Alflgatar Staff Wrlier Dr. David L. Shelton won't 'promise the audience for florida Players' production of 'Mysey Play" anything but '"It really doesn't matter if phe audience realizes exactly ,.hat happens as long as it's &tertainlng." he said. PRESENTED AT the H.P. Vonstans Theater March 6-9,. ,iekets are tree to students nd must be picked up in idvance. Curtain is at B p.m. Playwright Jean Claude Jan ltallfr is here this ,.eek,. )onductinx workshops in Iirecting. acting and writing rnd of course. watching his scriptt conmc alive again on ttape. Shelton said henws unsure Ahot Van Itallic intended to ttio ith the somewhat obscure scriptt -' "He probably has something to soy about levels of' reality.", But, as Shelton said. I really doesn't matter. APPROACHING THE PLAY as an elaborate parts Play I Cas h clan C Review By STUART SCHUSTER AMbiato. Conuepocdeet The Johnny Cash Show was everything I expected it to be; imaginative, fast moving, and tightly organized. Well rounded and pure country-western. the show was an alternative to the many rock ads whose predictability is often measured by their decibel level. I was impressed by Cash and the way he presented himself. He got the audience on his side even beibre he came on stage. Veteran sidemen Carl Perkins and Gordon Terry took responsibility for foot-stomping and hee-hawing their way through the first halI'of the show. Anita. one of the sfl June Canter-Cash daughters. balanced out the billing with her rendition of "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right," a song played so often, not even Dylan himself can do it justice anyme BUT AS ANITA bored nme with her sameness. Perkins came across as a veritable rock n' roll virtuoso. His "Blue Suede Shoes" was fun to hear and it got the show moving again. P erkins nodded and knee-knocked through that number, then another featuring Terry on fiddle, which prom ises ganme. each of the characters is actually a parody of So me o ne elis e-m ay b e someone in the audience. But then again, maybe not. 'It seem' to be a play improised ratherhethan desribngit as more ol' a And although it is "more suitcd to a more intimate situation" than Constans Theater, Shelton said those sitting in the Iront section. the pit. will probably "be fairly tightly involved." COSTUMES FOR the cast of eight will glitter in tune with the metallic shimmering set, creating. in Shelton's w.ords. "visually, a dazzling show." Although the script is 'kind of kinky." Shelton said it is a great experience for the actors and actresses--"it stretches them considerably" us they se itch in and out of characters. If the idea 'works. Shelton said. the spectators ,.,ll find themselves at the parts too. C heet's. good time omes to U F sounded just like "Blue Suede Shoes", but much faster. Then, the show's pace hit the skids again as a band member, whose self-introduction was barely audible, stepped into the spotlight with a boring version of an obscure Dobie Gray song. At that point I expected the show to drag on like an old 'Amateur Hour" segment -complete with mediocre soloists (expect for Perkins and Terry) who did the show more harm than good. But the best was still yet to come. PERKINS AND TERRY diffused into the background of the completely unlit stage as Cash, guitar slung over his back, came out of the wings. He missled into "I Walk the Line". "A Boy Named Sue", and "Folsom, Prison Blues,' kneeling occasionally to shake the outstretched hands of a rew ardent admirers. Now, the audience was all his, and he. in turn, had nothing but praise for those who forked over $6.50 per head to see him, a pair of competent sidemen, his raspy voiced wife. and his daughters. The best parts of the show were when Cash was alone, with the band behind him, on numbers like "City of New Orleans" and "Folsom Prison Blues". It was then that his voice sounded especially good, until wife June joined him, and together they butchered the otherwise enjoyable "Jackson". off-key and hurried. 'To make matters worse, June and the girls decided to stick poor hamc.Eenter:.lthy;s,'il about the Canr family and how they've been in show business for some fifty years, a medley of that era lasted only minutes. Still, the show represented an honest and professional effort on the pant of Johnny Cash. If nothing else is Important. the audience was enthusiastic and responsive, and I, for one had a good ole' time. Mrs. N busted JEAN CLAUDE VAN ITALLIE will conductth@trW0khOPMhIswk IcCartney for LOS ANGELES(UPI) Linda McCartncy, wile of former "Bettle" Paul McCartney,. was arrested on suspicion of rousessing marijuana early yesterday when officers 'topped the famIly's car for running a red light. Th'California Highway Patrol saidMcCartney. his wife and their three children were driving along Santa Monica Boulevard In their siver Lincoln Continental a hen the auto sped through a traffic light shortly after midnight While a patrolnian '.as citingng a traffic citation, he 'aid he smelled the odor of marijuana in the car and ordered the McCartncys out. grs The officer said he found a plastic bag containing about lb grams of marijuana which Mrs. McCartney had allegedly carried in her purse. Mrs. McCartney, 33, was hooked on suspicion of possession of marijuana and released on 50 ball. She was ordered to appear in municipal court March 10 for arraignment Officers said her husband. leader of the popular singing ,poup. 'Paul McCartney and Wings," was not charged in the incident. The couple told authorities they had been visiting SoutheriCalifornia, but gave no oddre,,. awards around 1 4 The Independent Florida Alligator IT

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Pog. 6. The Independent Florido A~hgot.r Tuesday Morch 4 1975 EDITORIA L Sardines It has been said that man needs only three things to survive: food, clothing and shelter. A student coming to UF will have easy access to food and clothing. It's shelter that's going to give him a bit of a problem. The university provides living space for about 30 per cent ot its students. The rest of the 28,114 persons trying to attain a higher education depend on the Gainesville and Alachua County area to provide housing for them. Last fall, when a few thousand students unexpectedly decided to sail the flagship university. UF housing officials were faced with the embarrassing fact that the university city doesn't have enough cabin space. The frantic housing officials made triples out of 400 rooms designed to house two people. Then they stutfed 350 bewildered freshmen into study lounges. Two hundred students were lodged in what UF Ott-Campus Housing Director Carl Opp termed "inadequate and dilapidated housing, located from west hell to north Georgia." Although this arrangement wasn't exactly conducive to academic excellence, they were stuck. These people had to be housed somewhere. These same people are going to have to be housed again next year. And although the university is trying bard to avoid making sardines out of its students, Opp says the situation is unavoidable. UF's "out--of-town" students are not the only ones who depend on this area's 9.306 decent rental units for a place to call home. Santa Fe Com-. munity College students also need a place to live. Gainesville couples who can't afford, or don't want, a house need some form of shelter. Alachua County's 1,800 new families also need a place to call their own. In short, the demand for housing is growing but the supply isn't. According to Norman Bowman, director of Gainesville's community development depart.ment, only one project, a 213 unit apartment building, is currently under way. Local builders admit that right now the housing picture is glum. The increasing lack of living space is due mostly to a lack of available mortgage money and high interest rates. An emergency measure enacted by Congress last year is easing up some of the supply, but the effects of more money won't be seen for at least another year and a half. That is the time Bowman claims it takes from when a project is first approved until construction actually begins. In the meantime. UF students must find somewhere to house themselves. Mobile homes are one alternative, but most students don't have the money for a Renting a %'arns agains realize how taking care A third,. native, is to President R down payment. house is another alternative, but Opp t this. Most students, he claims, don't much responsibility is involved in of a home. nd what is probably the best alterreduce the number of students. UF obert Marston has already put a stopper on growth for a year. But a stopper doesn't reduce the problem, it simply maintains it. The Board of Regents, on March 5, will consider reducing enrollment of first-time-in-college students by IS per cent. If passed, this means approximately 435 less students will atttend UF. While this won't entirely solve the housing shortage problem. it gill certainly help ease it. We urge Regent Jack McGritT of Gainesville to support this proposal. After all, the University of Florida is the home of the Gators. not the sardines. AWCaE.GI t4OvBABY.(WIC!.JU5'A LITTLE SITMORE FCQWORA1SUPPOQI. L et them eat cannon balls The dense fog shrouded our ship with an overwhelming heaviness. It had become so thick the nmen were leaning ladder, up against it and already three sea gulls had suffocated in its upper reaches. "DO VOL THINK we can start the charity voyage this morning?" I asked the government agent who had accompanied mc aboard. "Well if we do we run the risk of sniashing into another fog bank and damaging the bow. I haven't the foggiest notion when this is gonna clear, do you?"' "soon I hope. We have to ship these supplies out to the starving millions of the third world or they may not have the energy to go on reproducing." "What do you mean? the agent asked with a suspicious stare. "WELL HAVEN'T you heard, the underdeveloped nations of the world are hungry?" "You mean they can't afford to put sugar on their cornflakes either?' the agent asked with a touch of suburban wi sd on' "It's a lot worse than that." I countered. "Dc you realize that over three fifths of the world's population goes to bed on empty stomachs?" Using a perceptive insight he'd developed from following tootball statistics and all his American wisdom, the agent came up with an answer. ''That's a pity. Why can't our government get them to sleep on their backs?" ."DON'T YOU REALIZE," I screamed in exasperation,. how serious the situation is? There's starving Indians. starving A fricans, and there may even be another Jimmy Brown out there low on nutrition. And he may even be white." My last words shook the agent with their intensity. Hie looked out for a moment and watched the fog sink below the water line and turned to whisper. Yeah they say the situation has deteriorated abroad too' "SO YOU DO know ahotit it." "Oh yes, the agent replied as the water rose above the fog mndi took our ship with it. "I even sent a charity package off this morning. it's going all the way to the south Sahara where nuisstonaries are going to hand it out to all of their niew cornerts. liim 'ure the Africans can find a way to tape up my TONY ARNADE old cracked bat. 'But they're starving," I said. "Thet Africans need more than bats and bibles. Tley can pick up items like that Irom the Peace Corps." "CIII SENT them ibod too," the spent answered. "In tact I tilled my package with the menu recommended by the U.S governmlent for all poor people. I'm sure the Africans wil enjoy my bullets." "The Africans can't eat bullets.' I replied in a harsh voice "Idon't see why not. It's what the poor in the United State' are supposed to survive on. I even sacrificed my best shotgun shells and I'm planning to eke it out on BB a for the iremiainder of the month." "BUT THEY CAN'T cat bullets, the human digestive system "Oh the administration admits the plan isn't flawles' I mean our ship is stranded in fog, there's going to he politicians abusing buldes for military purposes. and the Chimese might have a little trouble eating their BBs with chopsticks." "But they can't eat bullets." "Well they have been. Haven't you read about all the armi 'ales to the third world? Do you really think the Defense Department would give away military weapons when Air country is falling behind in the arms race? Of course not. "Those are bullets we've been sending them and the nmotte is nothing more than straight-out American altruism. B) the way Washington's program is expanding cven the beggar' im Calcutta will have their own personal engraved bullet to 'ice on" "BUT THEY CAN'T eat bullets." I gasped one last time is the last vestige of fog disappeared below the surface. "1 heii digestive tracts aren't large enough.' Rubbing his leadbelly the agent responded in a slow dral. "WelI if they can't eat buldes, then let theam eat cmnnon balls.' / The Independent Florida Alligato CIU mnican P A Tony Knd,,o, Jom.,n Cook 0m Mocomoro Ly
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I 1h. independent Fovid. MIlgoter. Tu.doy, March 4 t975, Nre Where have you been, H arlan T Smith? Harlan Il Smith, where have you ben9 Over night you have solved the Mideast conflict with six of the most asinine prpsals. I have ever heard.prp FOR NEW READERS, I shall su, marize Harlan's bungles of Thurv Feb 27 Nationalize jerusalem. Return the Sinai desert tO Egypt. Return the Golan Heights to Syria. Guarantee the safety of Israel by having an International agreement signed by the U.S. and Russia. Do not sell arms to Israel that are technologically superior to the arm' of the Arabs. Create a plan of economic sanctions to he used against countries who harbor terrorists or who commit terrorist attacks. Pipoa Nationale Jerusalem' When someone lives in a certain place how can they not have a monopoly? Let s natioraalize your apartment. you must not w4ant it DO THE ISRAELIS refuse to let the four eligions visit the Holy Land? At Christmas in our country, the toy companies monopolize the T.V advertising, but isn't this the most economical thing to dio" Now, if Israel totally refused to let anyone visit the birth place of Christ at Christmas, then they are pure thols. depriving only themselves of economical gain. Proposal 2: If the Sinai desert is so meaningless, why does Egypt want it back so bad? Harlan. review your high school geographv or take GPY-CO. [his is a good beginners course, especially icr Your highly intellectual level. PROPOSAL 3: Were there no hostilities between Syria and Israel before Israel got the Golan Heights? Harlan, please review History books since 1946. [here is a whole lot of information in those books. Proposal 4: This idea has some hope. an international agreement would be most beneficiaL But Harlan. are the Arabs subservient people to us. or they people capable of making their own decisions? Proposal 5: Harlan. why sell arms to Israel and Egypt in the firstplace? If neither country hasn't any arms, what will they need protection against -the monsters? PROPOSAL 6. Harlan. since when is the PLO iPalestime Liberation Organization) a country? Some nmenmbers oithe PLO do live in Syria. Egypt. and Jordan. but none of these countries have publicly said, "Yes. we'll commit terrorist acts. A statement like this would be like cutting your nose off to spite your lace! Luckily ibr us (the world) though, you are only a freshman at UF and not sonme big shot aide to Henry Kissmnger. If you were well. I'm glad you are not. OH, BY THE WAY, wherever you've been for the last lO.0 years. I do hope you'll return soon. But please do me a fvor--stay hidden! John S. Domenech 4 FRC ADVICE AND DISSENT Story unfair to Greeks EDITOR: I anm more than a little distressed by the willingness -no, eagerness -of the Alligator to point out the 'evils' of fraternities at UF. The philosophy seems to be that any political or academic wrong-doing can be attributed to the Greeks. I think this is way out of line, Stuart Emmnrich's article (2-28-75) about the concerned parents of' a convicted cheateti seenied a bit too forced, too trite. The parents seem just too anxious to place the entire blame on the fraternity and not on their son who comnnutted the offense. ".joined a fraternity and started on the road to a nightmare that still has not ended."' Mr. Eimmnrich. I'm surprised at you. You must be in the JM 407 class taking the talk of sensationalism to heart. While I applaud the Alligator's investigation into the cheating problem and their action on behalf of open Honor Court hearings. I believe your energies could be better channeled than to spend your time downgrading campus groups who perform major services to the University and the conmnmunity. As a parting note, let me say that I think it sad when several students of my acquaintance doubt the validity of an Alligator story supposedly based on factual mnformation Iron, a taped conversat ion. Susan G. Connelly 3 JM Edelin column had misconceptions EDITOR: This letter is written in order wo correct serious errors and misconceptions ito pun intended) in the opinion article, by Janis Mars. concerning the manslaughter conviction of Dr. Kenneth C. Edelin. Initially. it should be stated that l am very much in favor of abortion. A BRIEF OUTL.INE of the facts, as gathered from newspaper articles, is as follows -Dr. Edelin used saline injections, which is an accepted medical practice, to initiate the abortion. After several attempts failed, he then per-. 'ornmod the equivalent of a Cesarean Section. or hysterotomy, which is the procedure of going through the abdomen and removing the tetus tor baby)through an incision in the uterus. Janis Mara incorrectly called this process a hysterectomy. which is just the surgical removal of the uterus, and rarely a means for ending a pregnancy. DR. EDELIN, as I understand front, news reports. held the fetus-baby for several minutes in the open uterus, where it could not adequately breath. A pathology report states that there was some air in the lungs, which indicates that the fetusinfant had attempted to breathe. No attempts were made to resuscitate it. Without having attended the trial and heard the testimony., I cannot relate any further details. I have presented the above information not as an accusation of Dr. Edelin. but as a rebuttal of Janis Mara's biased article, which left out much of this information. FLRTHERMORE, the article implies that the trtal was centered on the legality of abortion. It as iot. The basic r The Independent Florida Alligator DOiat' 0o Enwttrn.net ditr Eon CutnlifghOmi aM*ociatEditr Georr KochOieC Jr *ht Sio Ge Prr -pMu'dior Mmdl Keimnos Anst. NewEdit, question of the trial was at what point does a fetus become a delivered infant, requiring resuscitation. The case of Dr. Edelin revolves around the idea of 1ntentional neglect. a passive form of euthanasia, which can be defined as the choice not to use all reasonable means to prolong life. For example, adoctor may decide not to treat a treatable infection in a patient with terminal cancer, and thereby allow him to die quickly. Intentional neglect, in some cases, falls into a medico-legal gray zone which is yet to be resolved. THE ARTICLE BY Janis Mara contained one additional incorrect statement which I feel requires comment. S* Not lUSt a EDITOR. This letter is in response to Janis Mars's opinion column in last Th ursday's AlIlig ator regarding abortion and the mother's rights. WHA T ABOUT the mother's rights? This is indeed an excellent question. My view on what a person can or wants to do with his or her body are quite liberal. I am strongly a gainst any legislation that tells us what we can or cannot do with our bodies within the sphere of p riay Should a person want to smoke pot in his room, it is 'lone of my business nor should it be the business of the state. However. should that same person entice mi, child to smoke pot. then this becomes iny business. .Uother person, a person whlon, I love, and heretofore a non participant, is now partaking in what I consider to be a health hazard. TWO YEARS AGO I had no opinion, should I say, no thoughts. regarding abortion. If a woman wanted an abortion to rid herself of that "blob of cells'' that was her business,. I have since' however seen the slide and tape program presented by the Alachus County Right to Life Comnmii,,e, I have never bek,e been so moved or aieted by any program I have seen. E'ery pro-abortionist owes it to bin, or herself to at least see the program. If for no other reason you ,ill at lenst see why the pro life people believe as they do. Hopefuly rou will see that that "blobof cells" is -ldstindly human, and, in t act. It is stated that childbirth is riskier than abortionI his is a blanket statement, while the relative risks are actually determined by the specific circumstances. For Dr. Edelin's patient. the abortion involved more risk than childbirth. Ihe case of Dr. Edelin has become rallying point for both anti-abortion and pro-abortion groups, and this is unfortunate. In reality, the case is centered on a doctor's rights and obligations in regard to the withholding of treatment which is possibly life-saving. It is my sincere hope that Dr. Edelin's conviction is overturned. D.C. Burdette MS4 'bo Iof OTcells is an unborn baby. MY PERSONAL feeling about the majority of proabortionists is that they are not hard unfeeling people but that they really do not identify with the unborn fetus because they think of it only as a chunk of tissue. if. after seeing a photo of an eight or ten week old fetus, you can honestly still think of it as a chunk of tissue I can only say that I hope sonic day you will change your mind. I do not believe that legislation overruling the Supreme Court decision liberalizing abortion will solve the abortion issue. I for one however, will feel much better knowing that our country does not sanction the killing if unborn babies. ASIDE FROM the vast amount of propaganda attesting to the ease and safety of abortion there is now a tremendous quantity of inlornmation from studies conducted in other countries which have had liberalized abortion for many years. The results are alarming and too lengthy to deal with here. I guess what I have been trying to say is that laws will not stop abortion -only people can. No one wants anyone to give birth to an unwanted baby. We must learn to love human beings, especially the Innocent unborn who have no sa. Don't kill the unwanted unborn but have compassion and make the extra effort to prevent conception. Let's eliminate the uewvanted baby through prevention not destruction. Johb G. Valenti **

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Peg. 30h 1 Independhnt Morddo Ailigotor. ru.day. March 4, 1975 Student Senate considers e ection reform BY STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer A bill proposing major changes in the Student Government election laws will be introduced at tonight's Student Senate meeting. I he bill, drafted by Senate President Pro 1cm David Cardwell. would create a student elections conlsion bo investigate charges of campaign violations and would change the guidelines of the campaign expenditures law. ALSO SCHEDULED fir tfist reading Iontght is a revised resign-to-run law and a special request fir the Women's SelfProtection Clinics. Coming up for final consideration at the 7.30 meetIng is a special request to allocate more money to sG Productions. Cardwell 'aid the election revision law Qould create a 'fact-finding independent conmnssion" of three students and two faculty advisors to deal with alleged campaign The bill, if passed by the senate, would also replace the system of dollar limits on campaign spending with limits or advertising air time on radio and television and ad inches in newspapers, CARDWELL SAID these limits would be easier to enforce "because you can time the numbei of air seconds and count the number of ad inches. Deaths (/ ivm page one) Father Michael Gannon, UF professor of el igion. ill preside at the non. lenominational service. A SPECIAL PRAYER will be offered tor Kathy Mayer. a fraternity little sister, who is in serious condition at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital as a result of the accident. Services bor Jerry Engram were held Monday in Griffin. Ga. and military services for ROTC members Larry Berlew and Mark Sitmmnons w.ill be held at 2 p.m. today in their honmetowns, Homestead and Alexandrna. Va. Memorial services for Mark Stafford will be held today at 10 anm. in Del Ray Beach, UF President Robert 0. Marston,. tr'iternity advisor Williami Mendenhall. and fraternity comptroller Bill Lambert will also take part in the Wednesday service. Until the services on campus have ended, all flags on campus will be flown at half-mast by order of Executive Vice President Harold Hanson. aMCWZO 830PM UP 'N' Y. AsIc we hboy.book. bik. desku. be. old .ow.Iry Unormil. new A old 91E MW ah St. r7&9445 ploc. our little onimncl Irinds soy ho. the things toat miok. them hopp. And pafor your happiness! ' lb. VIel~ N. -Con* s-e Goinesvll's only MgicorViolet SpecIoIsI. 10's of varIetIes to chaos. from, lost personal .rvic. M.t Gigi and The Prine iii a8 *nhA. 377-8465 Wednesday. b uy Donations are directly U Th. CUAMRY medisa Mln.l,we corry oquorlo rock. minertls, lop. .quipnheot .uppliesCustom design eoweiry a specialty--Visit the Cactus Gordtn 9t NW ai S. 37-872 Mettr kM.e ha. a wIde product. for. .pt~. 444 NW 3MI St. vortely of Nolurol the toi body Vist us soon All. Aqu.Ik and Troll Bookpocks, Rugby Shirn. Woolrich Shirts, White Stag Speedo Bathing Suits. Foil in. of Camping Gear Scuba EquIp. 3448 W. Univ. 373-92fl. Body Work & Auto Repairs Joe's Paint & Body Shop 5526 Hawthorne Rd. 373-0362 We bwmtmson S3 tOwnl used to wheelchairs, braces and crutches and other special aids for the handicapped and w children in the Gainesville crippled area. Uo For *. I.nt.xpaskv* pric. to, oil flow1 neds, visit 1.,t P. RlIee Wh.I.S.l 230 NW IS.h Ane. R.n.,ber. W.'r. a retail .tor* now. For th. Fin.t sound .quipmnent ins *h. port of florid., AMd. at. in tt MIlIhopper Shopping COr horn long b.i recognized by L.PeplleIoll25.Menecyled Clot,. 25c to $10 tues -sot, I0om-ftpm 378:9525 Don.'ions gratefully occeped a OP.,,.Q Stictly Folk hon Goin.vils I in.t .Iecton of rock clowicol. onz, folk and bluns LPs. 720w. U, Iv. NO. I ThRIm 5106E -Why spend morn toan you haon to: .ored hIbs pogp. ICES M.In. W. buy ond sell gMAgggE For all men.s I womnn. hoer stying n*.ds. Ea' Ceuntry Squireat I-7 Newbeny kMd ho. th. .xp.ria to do A.e lob right Per app. col 377-5459. Driv. out soon. CH ARITY BAZA AR MA RCH 5-8 GAINESVILLE MALL r AA Meeting Saturday 8 PM Episcopal Student Center 377 -1|445 or 372-0421 ---------* N .1 TH RIFT STO rSEE OUR COLLECTION OF NEW I AND USED FURNITURE, RECYCLED I CLO TH ING, HOUSEHOLD I-WEAPPLIANCESAND ANTIQUES -EBUY AND SELL 104 5. MAIN1 2 oksoff Uni.Ave. 372-91 51I QUALITY GOODS DISCOUNT PRICESi SAN MING ORIENTAL MART -a SN. .4 CHINESE AND JAPANESE FOOD & GROCERY EGG ROLL SKIN .SPICES COOK-WARES L PHONE. (904)afl.2492 ~3 N.E. 2&d Ave OMn.vill.* Florid. Cqrngr N. M.In & 2&d) S "Sram.J$Qigti ClA a Et Custom framing an labor Do-it-yourself framing New York graphics & Lambert prints Selected moldings MON., WU., II lm FEB. 26MAR. 5 'UJ". 1-. -II 25%. 10 NE.fdA. Slot. off 371MW 311*N" b I We want to buy 100 wheelchairs. EASTER SEALS will be accepting donations all over campus 42 r -sponsored by the students of the National Speech and Hearing Association 25% off 25%-5O% off U.Sed OS%6 mmlej SA

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Th. Idepunnt Florid0Ailigaio,, Juesdoy. Mouth 4, 1975 Pog. 1I Other si atistics reported im the analyis include IN ALL FACULTY RANKS at UF. salaries bor nmen signed to nine-month contracts are higher than women in the same rank. Ihe largest difference between male and lemnale salaries was in the rank of professor I here are only l6 female professors at tj with an average salary of $19,869 [he 297 male professors earn an average of S22,865. THE 24 FEMALE associate professors make an average of $15,847. almost SIS00 less than their male colleagues. -3 SI alim \haIr S MN te le adc m pit mlf les the IIONI lcn alc jueults mcnTheron .n empl1oItved <(Wm paredI with 329u ersn lenmale instructr tL-Ci i n nI 2,(X) Ievs tha esa n ith an I verage FEMALE FACULT M BES on 12month euntracus earn ii .828 to 52.31 2 les tan wih ale i their I espective categories. lAs stt td ts on nine-month contracts, the Ia, gut iference between male and female taroueCv nem bin ours in the rank of HAninenionth Harold anson. U Contract is Iexecutive standard. said vice president. SimedIepdrimnit hin'inen and 'ersoism i swarah ca patr a 1re gIVeni 12-mlinth contracis but tjsuallh i nime-nmonth conti act iS 4ive"n INTERIM Affrmative Action Coordimator Di Dorothy Nevill said a "salary prediction m odel" was part of the supplement to U's iirmiative action plan. Figuring from a base salary and adding in factors such a' length of time inl tank. professional expenlence and rank held, faculty iienmbers have been asked to compute their salary Actual sajariesihat don't compare with salary computed with the formula will studied case-by-case to determine if the be the ltfi CUC in pay is because it lob (Ii sri i n at H n A DIFFERENCE OF $13O hi-weekly is considered standard AnythnR greater than that will automatically he looked at, Nevill said. "I doubt we'll get a special appropriation liom, the legislature) to correct salary inequities." Hanson said. In the past. we've studiedihe situation and taken the raise money available and redistributed It. We're doinR a case-by-case 'tudy" of salary inequity cases, he said. "Of course. there's a possibility there won't he any raise money at all -it depends on the circumstances." said Hanson. a I) HIPPODROME THEATRE I PPI WED. ft THURS. ONLY FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 373-8375 I Smokin' Joe Shmoes I ISmoking Brand Paper SpecialI Uqnid oc RIors ---------------------------I I ~$ ~U~xOzz2*t I I 20%Dff All Merchandise I with coupon I I (Consonmefli i~cm~ Not Included) L me S. Our CurousThinus for Spdngg Coupon Onod Mor ti I g Mon Sc' 0-6 a .jfl.20'9 Milihcpper 5~more --a-flin FTUN-U SECIAL I Volkswagens only Ssawsue onlydmloo I~ WITH THIS COUJPON INCLUDING BRE ADJUSTMENTS C#PEA UiPiQES MAR .l iQ75 CLUTCH ADJUSTMENTS I ~LUBE I SEBASTIAN'S SHOP i Buy any of our thousands of decorator items Iand enjoy pointing it for free. We'll help you, or Ileove you alon to do your own~ thing I ~Valid 3-3-3l0, 1975 I IPlaster gallery L Oue mille Shpping Center 3730202 I SU@t 1O.r i-set.:1-4swi. WITH TNIS COUPON 25%D0FFon$l"or mcre on our hanging yard pionts. Prices Quality since 1922. baskets, as low houmeplants as 50c and and up. I ~ GOOD ThROUGH MARCH 15 I ILJ. MORATTO 505 NW Sth St. 312-4957 Ps20 .J CLYPO PLANT BOOKS I 520 N W 16th Avenue GainesvilleE F I Phone 377-5268 | 1aa--------S.6 NEONSI II'$~for $s1.001 At with this coupon. Mar. 4-8 I 1527 N.W. 6th Street 378-9681I 2 OWSTPEIESIN OWNS 18 IC percent off all NEW books 40-50% off all NEW Records I Rooks & Records* 8 i105 NW 5th AVE. RCG RECORDS iI Any IP r txpies (ex/uin/sle) With this coupon DANNONYGR I aM flavorsI offer 3/4-3/1 /75 wr supply MOTHER EART 2 i 04NW 13*6 St. Mtopper Square I OIL CHANGE and FILTER Repair ON ALL AmerIcon S Foreign tars ISpeciolizing inV'. HlAIR STANDARD STATION I 1510S.MAIN 51. 372-oin I hroundhe Corner from Cm CityI r.------------J STuesday, Wedneudoy, Thursdoy wP1 Employm ent

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N.g 12, The ledq.,demst RM. AMigator Tg.doy. >rch 17S FR EE! at tieRAT "BULILIT" Sinamng Steve Mcflueen TONITE Oft Il.5UL23P.M. ma,65 IA flLM BY PAUL MAZIJEKY SARTrCARNEY 'S 233 W. Uni. Ave. U 1 1 PRESENTS The Original Tap Dancing Kid JM MY S PH EERIS ad DHS U LL BA ND Saturday, March 8 8 p.m. -$4.50 Advanced I I p.m. $5-50 Advanced TICKETS AT: Rebel Discount (both) Box Office (116) 3.013 FOR SALE ForSn's Suprb Stereo System Morte 2fXIninl 2A e-tobtaC ,-ok-e,, Thorns ID 123iuc Sea 10(011 Ken 376 2402 (A ST 00 P) __ JE~LR Cstor (odeO o.s who ,pprer into oni ,n gold y e, and Fine erm, Studio I1O3 By roppointinI only 3,3 3e94 'A '31 90-P (HASA APSO nole puppy anly one left AKC rg shots wormed and odorobi, thus. shaggy oap dog, orgmnolly vonm tibet ideal opt pet HOuse trnan.d now 3731059 la SI 'l-I Collect. ,eIlimg old original movie posH.r, ,mrrntd 'uppily so roll 373-4704 rA 5T 006 Needed nmmediotey 0 o 2 temiol, roomol. for 2bedrm, both op. $58 ~ o month + i itie.s nil,,m walk from med center call 373-5452 (b-Str-p) Diamonds Sopptrres Emeralds Jade and 95 other gem menerols All cquah,,e. ovoiloblo PTiced from 23 percent ao 50 percent below ,ai, (us~,, cuttng 'om' $IOm Unrondetionol Gunront. 0721E By aInlimenit only 373-3894 A 13'O0-P) -ninelvi II.' LorgettIlndoor FLEA AMAkEl Every F,, -Sot Sunday A lttl, et of eveylimg to, everyvon. 1201 E Urn'v Aye 37S-3431 IA 81 90-P) 1973 kowosok, 90cc inr.r bike Vety good condition Comn. by and saw and ride cntes 5 00 pm No phone Only 53c2l6,w 3Ave Api No 2 lAST7 fiorgoin World is moving to a morlt cOnvenlitft locallon to be.Ier Serve you Bunk beds $55 flfrig, 336147 St1I, lerroce Mione 377-9635 (o-St-9l-p) Fo, Sole 69 KHAMMAN GsIA Low $1095W00C11 37l-7532 days or37-35 nights & weeends (lO).9-p) Wedding Bonds. Engogernens 51mgl Trodetiornol or Contemporary design,. of your choice Handmade fo, indivduals who wornt the best (ngino work by Sooth L ending Artsts Most., Gold orontee Ol By oponn tol 373-3894 A I3-P File Setm,,. signet solid coin sile mint cond new 20need IWed$733770 (a3t 93-p) ditioe 14in 8TU Coolig II.&0 BIu tHtton 230-fl V 2 yr warranty syt $140 376-36$7 (o-5I-93-p youtf, Bed Moitess, sh.n-$35 Child., 4-Orower Cress.' 5."2tt35, Antque Red 'F~ni$ h S .4-6 v e Rug ( 365P (0 3-93-p) ______ mnatched set of wedding rings while gold embedded with diomonde C0 dollots 372-7S93 four and six whole dIamonds in both 0o3' 92-p) IMotel. Horme 1972 12x60 carpet brlckskirt A anchored 37-309O 5390W must see A4SW 20 Ave Lod No P (05* 93-p) Toy talian Greyhound puppis Purebred Pedigree 11 wfeks .k'ou wormed Peck of lit. $36 roll P76-O1lS of ter 5 pm wk days (o.5t.9d-p) Harmon kardan stereo *uen woterbed skies sewing machIne $8 00 dinning sable $30 full bed 25 bunkbed 50 dishes IS steam irons gor S chest drawes cederchesl $60 all must go warehouse lull cpun all day go N 23 blvd to 26)14 NE IS Fe. 377-9635 (0-54-94p1 Nikonos under watts Camera ettellent rond $130 roll J72-aSO (o-2t-d-p) BSA mnioorcycle far sale, 250cc single Street bike recently rebuilt, runs good new teres. 5250 ,coll Joe 3fl-64S7 a-.er9-,) TAPPAN MICROWAVE OVEN Brand new never used. compje. with wa,,anty Sells for $375 Best offer Coal 373-4425 alter S (0-St-94-pl) Stereo components best buys in onwn on fully guorant.d component and acs Most mnotor brond. avail call us belare you buy 37356SO (a.-)-94-p) Guitar orrpifier, stondel or list 2-12 I4C iots$190 cash l~pedschwnn Litour S1tS cash Call 37S.9779 (o-3.9d-p) FOR RENT abi o pvt i oomni l ai / e t k.1m OmpJud $85 ;.onth spring Ott 0c Carpe n id cooking poy no utlities roll glenn 378 5443 e6 ST-90-Pt ______ OWN ROOM in 3 bedoom house Prel (smote 583 50 util fireplace big yard rear duck pond JtS-2252 1512 NW 2rd St desperot. 6b-5r-!LpL FOR RENT FOR RENT wenied one 'ri'. oomrote own oom in Female Rooirnate wanted lhree bedroom opt $75 + .tilites poolside French Ot, Apt, 56 23 Markr 131326 8B31 90-PI ri'ties Ca'' 323 9155 (b 593pf)_Female Roomnale needed for Spring quoler Wiideodows 2 b-droom 2 both furnished Coill S7 7887 onylinme lb Houses I $90 Cottage on lake 377-6992 2 2 bdr 5125 NW Sect 377-6992 3 1 bdr $i55Walk to campus 377-6092 2jnc'es miles toldcf 377 6092 I $85 Oh' Paid 377 6092 2 570 Walk to Campus 377-6992 3 2 bdr $00 Sove i' 377-6992 4a cres Pool 2 bdr 377 6092 Avail to. Spun0 Ot' I $7S Efliciency Oil pd 377-4992 2 2 bdr Walk ao compus 377-4992 3 3 bdr 3)70 No leo,. or deposit 3776992 4 585 Moble homis 3f74992 Octed ReoE slt.t Pl3NE loh Aye Socre l'o''r ent 5125 per mc greet fo'r o garden, green house, etc 2 util sheds coanplete troile, hock up Country 'ocotiar, for info ca'1 472-2783 oft., S 00 47 2-2103 (b-fr-CA-nc) ,ublelown room in b*n n op, oir rancd pea1 howolion village opt 428 58250 mo + A utilities call mike C'l Wonled male roomote for own room in three bedroom apartment Vircoyo apartments $80 per month -I 4 'til c orspringquorter left 373-0)10 lb it-*OOM fo, liberal student, $75 o ,uIl 4 50 dep NICE 2 bdrrm 'r wit1, oc loCated '" quiet shody pork in NE Chip 376-4378 (b 5t-92-p) lemole, own can,2bNrdupi unfurn in N-ac be able to put up with a pup"y 587 50 +j utel $50 des set lulie e Univ ave Non, A after A {b-St fl-p) Looking for o mellow plot. to iv. ip,. giown bdr with priv bh, 04, pool $82 mo t 3 3uti bikle or bus 10 campus call anytime_373-3798 (-49-) SEAT THE HOU$ING SHORtAGF-II Now is the 'nmt 10 Itart looking for thot ideol tomic for spuing or loll qtr We hove mony itirigs ovoih For then -a small deposit on hold it Far you Call to*so 37-4992 femae macmote wa,,,ed. lusous Country Gardens pr ivulsi be neat $95 + u"i feb rent'he cal De" 37213660, 373-2636 IB-5T-90P) Need .oorn'. osnn bedr, in 4 bd,m house 3 bllts kam campus 323 nw 14.1 female Roommate Wanted "wion Village ApI 2 bdr 2 bth. a c he,,. pool etc $6) 25o mo f '. tll col 373-9747 oft.' A p 'n Avoloble Mo, I (6 10*-89 p1 OWN 6~IMOOd AVAILASLE 580 + utilites Villoge ApIs lawnhou.e furnsed, two both call Debbie after six Pr m 73 2944 / ecious complerty furnished bedroomn apIs directly behind norman 'oll Available mar f5 coIl 373-me4 or 376-61 34 eVenings (b-7,.9l-p) Female roommate needed for Srng Quo'n.r 3 bedreonm Windmeodow, Ap1 $7750 + utilillsm Must he NeotIl Call 373-Mf2 (b-S-9)-p) WANI TO MWAE' IF you deere to niove from your preen* location we (Wi rent. sublel Il or find you o aonmmcle immedlorely at NC COST Call lodayf I Urtted Reel Estate Assoc Inc l34h~e37_l6992Lbf-55) NOTARY PUBUJC 1219 W. UnIvensly PS Mend.:. for 1 3 2 BR trailer furnished (sniral heel-nir ovlble iindoey IlS 15 -ep 372-8238 orte mile from campus Ib 2 Female Roommate Own room $70 Hawain Vlijag. Move m now Ap in hocki near wooded area Nice A quet Coll 378-3157 (-13P female to shor, huge roonm Wind ireodovws 'uxuy apt ip qIn $60 ma + I 3 util cable color TV roll 373-779? best otter 4 pm (b 5t03-p) 2 females to shore room 2 br furn api country Gordenas Close to Med Center 575 mo Call 377-7854 i St 3-p) nieed female ic sublet spring qt, 2 bdrm opt 53Q63 nmo 4 25W0 securily. utilities melody 373-6966or landmark 175 lb-St93-p) Close to campus Femole needed to sublet Village pork apt Only 552 25 a mo 4 i uti'iies Greet roomiotes +* umeot pool Coil 378-0609 lb 3'9.) pleceont hou. -e blocks from Jaw school openminded person preferred $96-mth 213 nw 34 Teir 373.93W (6-5493-p) FEMAU roort~roe VIllag. Park con,or,,be ownrompo1 ced coseto compj. 92 50 + '1 utilitesn no deosl 373-3941 (b-5I-93-p) Wonled imnmedlotely I femote room note IC shore 2 be,*aom ap wih I person Own bedroom Univ Gord.n,. neor compus> til Coil 373-9275 (b-)93-p) for wspr irt molt roommate needed u* landmark ap. 2 br pool. a' eat dish water, laundry $381 '. old lease lt,., June 15 cell 38-3603 (b-2t-93-p) Female roommate wanted for sprtng 378-3733 (b9i-q-p I bedroom apt I block brn med renew + campus 5)69 0 unfurn or $I9WW turn dishwosher laundry corpet pool rec loOm no pets coil 373-8063 (5 St o room o nimce house 3 blokcs from uf in a Cres a1 land 595 monthly need a quidl mesoonsible Female call 372-1724 befa, I tor after 5 pm (S-ST-90P) WANTED female roovnmnoe wanted own loom in 3bed.o,pe i, m. l-3ut-bel.o campus quiet neighborhood, available IS' c'll 2"'73)935 (c-3t-93-p) roommate wanted own roam in lownitouse 2 block. fran, campus -0 mo 4 oel color Iv carpet 2 both immedi')te occupancy ph 372-1360 acWANTED WAdnted %emnlCroommOlC serous iia#%ro 37 'elndmnark Apts N,, OA rStO2pj ",ie''ow ioarmmnle spring quarter dupler 5333o month plus 1-3 oIl good pple o w 45th ave 377 0562 Tom or 54( 593 p) GOL0 8SIeLVER lop prices paid FOr I rings, old jewelry, etc confldentio COzzie 373-309(c 50.53-c) F.ro'e studious to slsor. 2 6drm apt Ouiet complex Camelot 51W0 W month lhru August plus utites Student 377 972 Mornings (c-t 92-p} FemOlC roomrmole wonled Sping qTr Psegency Oak. 559 + -utilities Own foam i Coll 373-5606 ofter 6 put (C Si 92-.) Rco"n"mote Nieeded to shore bedoom For spring quater in koandywmne Apts Call 37-04 (c-59-Q4-p) Roommat, wanted, female, 6r0ndywne, share bedroom. $W795 + i% utilite. Call 78.8293 anytane (c-p1_ _ __ _ _ 3 Grod students rn in grctl I''rlce, yar, shore uti Near reed roomnmote Own house Music, plants Friendish. IS8 -io Mall 373f4 (c-S4Fenol. emmml. wanted -p qtr grad Or studious undergrad own con, Qvt boti bike to campus 580 + utl P76-1295 I' 54-94-) LEWIS ClASS EliNG WATCH *PAS 200oW. Uolvenhly A. 372-41 M I-rn .bfr$ORRY 140PASSESo Of DISCOUNT TICKE TS 7tS 9tU L-233 W. UnIv. Avt. 377-3013 L

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Golfers fit in with winning weekend in the most glorious championship weekend in UF history. the Gator golf team fit rlght m It n sflt the SEC .hampionship by any means. rhat's still awhile nil But 'I was a championship -the Seminole In'itatmonal chamipronship--and the Gators won It convincingly. >I not spectacularly. by seven shots over Alabama. PHIL HANCOCK led the Gators with rounds of 72-71-76-219. three-over par His total was good for third place. four strokes behind winner Ierry Pate of 'Bama and one back ot Iinr-up David LDuPrec of South Carolina Semtor All-American Andy Bean was second low for UF at 222. Bean was never really in contention bor individual honors ueto a hefty 77 in Fridays first round than ks f or List Monday maght was a Hortda basket person aliyv ball program have ap U F s uppo r t gieat night and I can't preciated for the tell you your University of how much I support. Alter spending eight years in the hotbed of college basketball ant the Uiniversity ol North Carolina, It is great to know that we have such enthusiastic support at the University If Florida. Fhe win over Kentucky was .great one and I felt we' owed this win to our lans She hasketbaIl coaching staff and players would like to say haink vil for your loval support. I promise we will continue to work tow a i bmildig championship tean, hut this cannot be ,icc',nip1shed without your con tin ed support. Thank you,. John C. Louz Head BasketbalI Comeh THE MAD HACKER IS HERE ~or hot, who rj.d 'a md it and couldn't, his' Ii sip Try agoir think you'll fLnd it worth he efort I 23 bLVD. z 'ft -4 1~ AVE. gi n AVEml, AVE. UNIV. AVE. I '2 0 DOWN TOWN 1507 N.W. 6th St. 371-4024 I Senior co-captain Ben Duncan was in great shape to make a run for the individual crown after rounds of 71 and 74 on Friday and Saturday. But everything came unglued for him on Sunday. He skied to an 83 causing coach Buster Bishop to note. "I almost lamnted on the eighteenth green. ALTHOUGH PLEASED with the victory at FSU. a victory that eluded the Gators last year ending a seven tournament win streak. Biship felt the Gators'consistency was a bit rusty. "It wuill take a few tournaments under the belt before we start playing as consistently as I'd like us to." said Bishop. 'You want to keep the average around 73 or 74 and we're not at that stage yet. That's why we'll be playing in a lot of tournaments the rest of the way. He didn't day so. but Bishop was probably disappointed that the Gators didn't win by a wider margin. They held a strong eight shot advantage sfier the second round and appeared icady to blow the rest of the hield away. But Sunday found the Gators struggling to ever shoot 75 (in fact only Bean Iand De nySullivan" anaged it) and they ended up losing a THE WEATHER at Tallahassee was certainly not conducive to low scoring. "It was colder than heck and it was blowing like a maniac!' exclaimed Bishop who then added. "I didn't stop corn lIaning the whole Lime and I'll tell you. Inm still cold!"' THE CLIMATE may have been gloomy but one sunny spot for Bishop was the play of junior Bob Bailey who was the low qualifier in the team's Orange and Blue matches. Bailey shot 73-76-78-2 27. "I was .ery pleased with Bob's play." confirmed Bishop. "His scoi e was one of the low four each round." !he first round was the best of the weekend for the Gators. Duncan was one under, Hancock and Denny Sullivan were even, Bailey was one over and 'ophmore Jim hart, two over. However the 'cores soared as the weather worsened but the Gators still nmanaged to shiver their way to the championship. SHARE ThE RIDE WITH US TIS WEE END AND GE ON TO GODTu 6. Us means Greyhound, end a lot of your fellow students who are already on to a good thing. You leave when you like Travel comfortably. Arrve refreshed and on time. You'll save money, too, over the increased air fares Share the ride with us on weekends. Holidays. Anytime. Go Greyhound. GREYHOUND EACH FMWAY ilS Leave Gainesvill .. Arrive Orlando .:. Arrive West Palm Beach Arrive Ft. Lauderdale .... Arrive H ollywood Arrive Miami. ... SERVICE QUA1E ...3:30 p.m. ....5:45 p.m. .9:20 p.m. ..10:20 p.m. ..10:40 p.m. ..11:20 p.m. Ask your agent about additional deprturms and return trip. Greyhound Bus Lines 516 S.W. 4th Ave. 376-52521 GO GREYHOUND .UNaI fslUOE Mus -1 UF GOLF COACH BUSTED BISHOP ..still cold, but happy with results THE GOLFERS swing into action next on March 20th when they compete in the Miami Invitational in Miami. The tourney will run through March 23rd. Then on Match 27, the Gators travel to Cape Coral for the Cape Coral Invitational. That tourney will also be a four day affair. After the Cape Coral tourney, the Gators have three more meets to prepare for the SEC championships which will be held in Dotharn. Alabama on May 15th through the 17th. the Nucloar Navy. If you think you have the ability and desire to master nuclear engineering, the Navy's Nuclear Propulsion Program has openings for about 200 outstanding college graduates. There's a Navy Recruiting Officer ready to give you all the details on how you can become someone spec ial in the new Navy. 3974 Woodcock Driv,, Jo~w,"l. M.320 Th. N.1 bding fla w 1.4ks Unk. -n MfAr II. ke 12 A NI A .--t 'I ~ * ** fl-AAr~vny9;tAItt.'.%V.~Okv *\ tb. *. ,n~vecar,, .~ '9.,. li//, T1he Iridept'ndet Florida Alligator L otz fOas MAIL UF

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Available IFC office 32 J.W. Reitz Union Mon-Fri 9-5 fliNCHf 11AM3PM FOR 39c eel DINNER ALL DAY FOR $1.39 50%f SE1T UJUNC0 T OPEN DAILY I lAM-MIDNIGHT 1805 SW 13 St ~wa 377-OBOEI 11h. independent FNoddo AJllgator, Tu.day. Morch. 4. I95, Peg. IS Granowitz to s victory he ped UF first SEC championship By CHRIS GARRITY Alligator Sport. Writer (ilio 'eq Icr Itim Granowiiza "n in the 142-pound champ1,,nsh11, Iound Saturday night w as satisfying in more His 10-4 uec helpceI U'F to Gi'anow.it, that U F r ro S tory it' he 05cr Kentucky's im Mousetis not only flrst wiesthng SEC title. but proved wo could win the SECs agamn. ugby over t e am Na ples T he UE iugby team rolled over the Naples Rugby Club on Saturda> by a 28-3 score Lcadlnw scorer bor the Gator Ruggers were Gill Ruderman with 3 tries (4 points apiece) and a conversion kick (2 points). Also 'coring bor the Ruggers were George Rozelle (2 tries), Peter Newfleld (i try) and Jellf Wmnepol (with a conversion kick) LAST WEEK the UF rugby team had the honor of hosting two teami' lronm the British aircraft carrier H.M.S. Ark Royal. I he UF rugby 'A' leanm lost by a 19-7 score to a team which had been past British Navy champions. Scoring for the Gaters were Roy Biewer with a try and Gill Rudermian with a penalty kick. THE JUNIOR trom treshmian year. but lost Massapuqua. N.Y. won the SECs im the fin4Is last year. his Il felt I lost the feeling of winning a championship a little after last year. and felt I had to prove to myself that I could umin t again.Granowitz said. The smooth-styled wrestler, who likes to refer to his wiestling tormi as that of being as "smooth as peanut butter' 'a' worried about regaining his title because he missed the last month of dual nmect competition with a knee injury. Granowitz who breezed to the fInals on wins of 10-2. and 82 brought an 18-I record io the tournament. Mousetis. a freshman. brought a 25-2-I mark into the tourney, and was hailed by his coach Flether Carr 'as having the potential to be a great one in the Carr mold." also breezed throught the preliminaries and semni-linals with 12-4 and 10-4 'ins. GRANOWITZ fell behind in the final match 3-2, but took a 4-3 lead on a reversal. Mousetis then escaped to tie the match, but with 1:35 to go Granowitz scored a takedown and near tall to take a 4-4 margin and rode him out to win 10-4. "I knew I could beat hint (Mousetis) on the mat, and thought if I could take hinm down I'd win the match." Granowitz said after his match. Granowitz had high praise for his opponent--he has a nice style which was smooth.' he said. But, when it was over. it was Granowitz's style that prevailed and brought him back his title. A SA TYR ICON r -~~t -i stC~ --4--. --S -ta--Ii-4 I -j. S. --14t'. '--4 I .21FIlbni s odaptotion of Peronius Sotyricor iso chronicle of whet thot author hod observeddatthe court ofNero before,. 1.11 ut of themperorslover I' WOS wnti.n as .videnc. for future blockmnoil Th. film is so full of the vorieti. of decadenc. toat a stunning unity emerges frOm their euxtaposition, it 'a o univ. inhabited by albino hermiophvodit*5 hairy dwovfs *Iephontie proetllnes, loacvious matrons, beoutiftul nym phemonsocs ond homoserool youths WED, MARCH 5 -6:3O; 9:30 2ND ROe AUJD. tCOWIEM co4t.00 MS FMAShc ~G1ATIO ROOM &M) rARCH 8-7 900-430 MW EUROPE EUROPE Planning a trip to Europe over the summer? Want to save money on your transatlantic flight? The Reitz Union is please to nnounce itecond Annua students, faculty and staff of the University of Florida and their immediate families. The flight will leave from Miami on Sunday, June 22, 1975 and fly non-stop to Madrid, Spain. It will return from Madrid to Miami on Thursday, August 28, 1975. The cost of the flight will be $345, with a deposit of $100 required to hold a seat. For more information, call 392.1657, or stop by Room 330 in the Union from 3-5 P. EUROPE EUROPE ******.***4 ST UDENT : ART EXHIBIT'* March 1 -thru' March2 2nd Floor : GOlerv JW RU Over 40 non-4 art majors willi *heir works. ('RE %TEE CSehE3 UOanEKS.S Fewtuun the reyartiom of an .-prnwenu of so~a.qA w-rnie A3%nn. Smnd"""-n. Wed., March 5. 7:30 p.m. -Ja I .J Wayne Reinze Uniwi Bakeryfieeasi. veqmired. 4al 392-1665., 9:3St.,43tlbda sfal. EuwdSent I. lh-atse hein snd mem ..a-. ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AA FREE PU BLIC LECTURE TID ES. ,MA RCH 4 8:00 P.M. Jean Claude Van Unversity ot Forida as an Aris In seminars uncreative wri Ig, ctng and speaking in mass letuesan t in probably make himself available to Lounges22& 23 JW RU depef"d ng *" REITZ UNION AUDITORIUM 'U. '3 4 A LINDSAY ANDERSON InternatIonally acclaimed Film Dir ector wilspeokobout. cod hotnscen. Iram. hIefilmt. FRIOAT, M ARCH 7 UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM 600P.M. Fm.s .nd op. to Ah p.MIsc. humuSae by S.e S. Wuww m w. iead Ccs. FRESHMAN RECORDS HAVE ARRIVED! d EM

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