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Presidents now ubject '




to periodic evaluationBy


DEBBIE IBERT Marston's evaluation would be scheduled for sometime about
Alligator Staff Writer the first of September in 1979.
BUT THE CHANCELLOR pointed out prior to the five
j The Board of Regents Monday adopted a rule that makes year deadline,"either the board (regents)or the president can
university presidents and the Chancellor of the State call tor an evaluation"
University System subject to public evaluations at least onCe Presidents currently in office who have served for five yearsor
every ,five years. more will be reviewed and evaluated by Dec. 31, 1975, the
The rules establishes a regents' Performance Review rule states.
.m P. Committee to conduct evaluations of the official's per Appointed by Criser,the review committee includes regents,
formance and recommend reappointment or dismissal. J.J. Daniel. Chester Ferguson and D.. Burke Kibler III.,The
ACCORDING TO regents' Chairman Marshall Criser, the committee will continually accumulate reports and materialson
y. review of presidents and the chancellor would come under the which to base its final report. The committee will discussis
Fla. Government-in-the-Sunshine law and therefore be opento findings every year with the chancellor and the individual
the public. presidents.
Under the previous sytem the officials served "at the THE REVIEW committee's final report on presidents will
pleasure": of the regents until they voluntarily' retired. include the chancellor's and the committee's recom-
According to the new rule at least six months before the mendations on whether to continue or terminate a president'sterm.
end of a five-year appointment the president and the chan .
cellor,would be individually reviewed by regents'committee.AN Final action either way must be taken by the full board.In .
mSy EVALUATION can come any time before the five-year this area, Marston said he "thought the rule was too
a4, limit,however, and each time the regents may decide to either rigid," in its wording. .
rehire the official or terminate his appointment. Board HE SAID HE had anticipated "a more comfortable way for
members emphasized that the university presidents, as well as the president and the board to look at performance."
the chancellor, still serve at the regents' pleasure." If the regents decide not to rehire either the chancellor or
UF President Robert 0. Marston said he had "no objectionto any individual president they must notify the official in-
UF PRESIDENT MARS TON a periodic evaluation" of his performance.
'I', has"no objection" to evaluation State University ,System Chancellor Robert Mautz said fee 'Evaluation, page three)


! students unite against tuition hikes layoffsBy II


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.. ., LINDA WISNIEWSKI Balough said. general priority of education in Florida. The Council is planning a letter-campaign
'ff"' Alligator Staff Writer "We (the committee) are against payingmore low priority of education in this state is program to show their concern over cutbacksand
tuition and getting a lower quality of irresponsible," ,Dalton said. is "getting together with other groups
Seven UF student organizations have education by that I'm talking about The Council of Student Body Presidents is that lobby to show our support," Neal
ioined together to fight further tuition hikes, overcrowded classrooms and inadequate another group that is lobbying in Tallahasseeto Marks, UC student council president said.A .
and what they have called "foolish" budget library facilities especially since the library is fight funding cutbacks, Apollo Visko. MINIMUM OF 15,000 copies of the
cutbacks. the backbone of education, he said. Florida State University student body letter"are being run off right now and will be
Student lobby groups have been formed by We want a greater commitment to higher president said. distributed to students and faculty" Marks
the Committee tor Quality Education the education, in general. The Council of Student Body Presidents said.The
Arts and Science College Council the Most o1( the people who graduate from formed a student lobby group that would be letter will contain ten major problemsat
Graduate Student Union and the Council of Florida's universities will be our future similar to one formed in California, Visko UF and a rating scale so students can rate
Student Body Presidents. legislators if we:don't have a top-notch
LETTER-WRITING campaigns are being education in Florida then the state of Florida said.The University ,College (UC) Student (See 'Lobby,' page seventeen' )
sponsored by the University College Council will go downhill" ,Balough said.
and the Student Chapter of the American THERE ARE 27 students who are
Society of Civil Engineers. members of the committee in addition to "at Uw
Students Against Cutbacks is staging a least a ,dozen professors" and one administrator '
demonstration to demand no tuition increases Balough said.
no faculty layoffs and no UF employee The Arts and Science council is one group '
layoffs. that is "looking into the possibility" of '
The Committee for Quality Education is various programs, that would demonstratetheir
one of four'student groups who are lobbyingin concern over budget cutbacks Jeff w
Tallahassee Jim Balough..4AS said. Yarema, 4AS. president of the council said. :
"The committee already has six registered Yarema said the ''Arts and Science council
Gl1
lobbyists and they have been Tallahassee already) has "several lobbyists although he ,; .
twice over the winter break." Balough said., did not, know how many. .+ri
THE LOBBYISTS have talked to such THE COUNCIL will be working in
legislators and education' officials as Commissioner cooperation with other groups who are also
I of Education Ralph Turlington, working to fight budget cutbacks. Yarema
and Chancellor of the State University System
Robert Mautz. he said.. said.Some of the programs the council is looking
The immediate goal of the committee is into'is' a letter-campaign in) which both UF
"the, passage of Sid Martin's bill. D- students and their parents would be en
Hawthorne which: would allocate $11 million couraged to.write their local legislators about
to higher education (the State University education cutbacks and 'a massive voter
System),$2 million to university libraries, and registration campaign so that students can
$1.5 million to community colleges." Balough '''\ote for, legislators who want to maintain
higher education as atop priority. Yarema '
said.The Martin bill proposes to iaise additional said. tr.
," state revenue by reducing the state sales tax 'The Graduate Student Union is another
,I, rebate businessmen get from three per cent to group ,who has lobbyists in Tallahassee
one per cent.ANOTHER. President Sheri Dalton 7AS' said. .
GOAL of the committee is to )The Graduate Student Union is a chapterof
'::;. lobby "for other bills that will support higher the United Faculty of Florida (tUFF). which
t education in Florida' he said. has "six to eight lobbyists" in Tallahassee,.
The committee ,is looking for interested Dalton said.
if\\
students to help "collect and disseminate 'SINCE WE DO have all the faculty
i information on funding, to conduct public members of UFF behind us it makes, for avery
,; relations with the media and citizens in effective lobby,"she aid.
Florida and to lobby in Tallahassee," '"We're fighting against cutbacks and the

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apparently stemmed from a power struggle for
/capsulej NASHVILLE, lenn. (UPI)- Three life-term convicts with the inmates. leadership
among
handmade knives and a list of grievances seized.23 hostages
from his maximum
Carr was brought security cell, where
i inside t the he
for hours deep
and held them nine
Monday has been held tor the past two years, to participate in
their
consider the
until officials agreed to
Tennessee State Prison
Aide accuses HughesLAS negotiations between the prisoners and ofti ials.
complaints. Gene Blanton, brother of and an aide to Gov. Ray Blanton
,
were ,
Three of the hostages a counselor and two prisoners
conferred with Bass, Commissioner Herman
Yeatman
VEGAS, Nev. (tUPu) Robert Maheu former top released as a "good faith gesture" In midafternoon and the Warden Jim Rose on the prisoners demands, ;* and
aide to Howard Hughes,said Monday that in 1968 or 1969 the remainder three counselors and 17 other prisoners, were I' ;, .'
billionaire urged that his organization bring influence to bearon freed about two hours later.
continuing the war in Vietnam in an attempt to recoup Officials negotiating by telephone' with the three"dangerous"
losses in the Hughes' helicopter program. convicts, promised not to prosecute them tor the
Maheu was chief of Hughes' Nevada operations until he uprising if the hostages were released unharmed. New VCs'urgethreatens
was fired in 1970. He recently won a $2.8 million slander Assistant Corrections Commissioner Charles Bass said the
award on grounds Hughes had publicly called him a thief., prisoners' demands included relaxed security for prison
activist Nobbie Carr, reduced surveillance from guards and

Brynner adopts orphanBOSTON better food. foodSAIGON
Carr, 28 leader of the so-called "Prison Activist Group for

(UPI)- "I'm going to be a father once again," .I Reform,'* was shot by a fellow prisoner in the counseling
actor Yul Brynner said today upon learning that his adopted offices in December .1972. Prison officials said the shooting
(UPI!) Communist forces
controlling the
Vietnamese child was in San Francisco.
Chuckling and not trying to conceal his glee, Brynner said, northern two-thirds of South Vietnam opened an offensive
Connally case : Monday in the populous Mekong Delta to the south and
"My wife Jacqueline and I have been up half the night. With .
the country's major of food.
threatened source
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each telephone call, we're holding our breaths.We're
With 18 of South Vietnam's 44 provinces already held by
overjoyed! We're very happy, he said.
the Communists, major successes in the delta could trap
bribe ?
oftenMIAMI one more Saigon in a vise and cost the truncated country much of its
nabbed
Old more rice staple.

WASHINGTON (UPI!) Prosecution witness Jake Military sources said Communists hit six delta provinceswith

BEACH (UPI) Little old ladies with sticky Jacobsen testified Monday he may have made a third $5,000 132 shelhnjjs and ground assaults through early Monday
fingers are finding it harder and harder to get away with their payoff to former Treasury Secretary John Connally. and launched major attack on the country's main fuel dump
loot these days. Under cross examination Jacobsen was vague about a near Saigon-a significant shift from the blitzkreig that
Miami Beach shopkeepers have begun to crack down on possible third payment but concluded he must have given the overran the northern part of the country in three weeks.In .
shoplifting and statistics show the number of arrests on money to Connally since the records show he received it from the embattled capital itself, more Americans were
shoplifting charges have more than doubled over-the, past counsel Bob Lilly of Associated Milk Producers Inc. leaving. The government lifted its brief embargo against
year. The vast majority of arrests were of persons older than Connally's defense lawyer in the bribery trial Edward "Operation Babylift" and prepared up to 18,000 orphans to
55. Bennet Williams, did not have an opportunity before the leave the country.
fourth day of the trial ended to show why the defense, rather UPI Correspondent Robert Miller reported from My Tho, a
Oscars on TV tonightHOLLYWOOD than the prosecution, raised the possibility of a third payoff. key delta city 35 miles southwest of Saigon. that farmers
Earlier in his cross-examination Williams tried to show unperturbed by war threats went ahead with readying rice
(UPI) "Chinatown" and "The Godfather -, that Jacobsen once offered to testify against former President paddies for next month's rains-seasonal deluges that
Part II," each with 11 I I nominations, square off tonightin Lyndon Johnson in a plea-bargaining arrangement. normally make military maneuvers more difficult.
the 47th annual Academy Awards presentations.Also 'Jacobsen said that initially he was unable "to recall any of The delta was a prime objective in the Communists' Tet
in the running far best picture of the year are "The the events surrounding a third payment. Now looking at the offensive seven years ago and Miller reported the My Tho area
Towering Inferno" "Lenny" and "The Conversation.NBC( record 1 conclude I had received the money from Lilly," he "Is certain to be a priority target of the North Vietnamese
10 p.m. EDT). said. offensive rolling south along the Mekong and its tributaries."






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By DEBBIE IBERT Requiring two-ear students to attend at least one "IF A STUDENT wants the privilege of not going to school)
Alligator Staff Writer summer quarter, and four-ye students at least two summer in the summer he should pay for a portion of the total cost,
quarters before receiving their bachelor's/ degree; but no one would have to pay the surcharge if he attends one
Requiring first-time-in-college students to attend it summer quarter for every two years (Un the university)." York
Proposals to beef up summer quarter enrollments in the least one summer quarter before graduation; Limiting: added. ,
nine state universities including suggestions for mandatory fall quarter enrollments the fall I 1974 level until enrollments The regents instructed the Council of Presidents to come up
attendace and financial penalties were tabled Monday by in all other quarters, including the summer have reached 90 with recommendations on the best proposal) by the next
the Board of Regents until they meet again in May. percent of fall quarter enrollment; S Adding a 10 per cent regents meeting to comply with the legislature's demand that
In response to pressure from the Florida Legislature to end surcharge approximately $2.50.more per credit hour <- universities achieve full summer utilization or face funding
"inefficient under-use of facilities", during the summer the onto the tuition students who choose not to attend school in reductions.
regents offered several proposals to increase that quarter's the summer. UF President Robert Q. Manton said he favored the
enrollment. The latter plan would create "financial disincentive". to tuition surcharge suggestion over proposals to make attendance
THE SUGGESTIONS, which would become effective fall encourage students to attend summer quarter and also force mandatory before graudation.
1976, include: p Prohibiting students from enrolling for those students who do not to pay part of the overhead cost in "I FEEL ITS (the surcharge) the lesser of two evils. It at
two consecutive fall quarters unless they have attended at operating universities during the summer.. Chancellor- least gives the students the option to choose" whether they
least one of the two preceding summer quarters;; designate E.T. York said. will! attend summer quarters or not. he said.

'JF Student Body President Steve Merryday, however said
he disagreed with the idea of financial l "penalties", but added

Bill calls for regents to decide legislature the regents demands"clearly it.have to do something" because the

In other action, the regents killed a proposed rule change to
limit freshman enrollment by IS per cent. .
university compliance with oct STATE SEN. Jack Gordon. D-Miami. told the regents he
was "very pleased" the proposal was voted down.
"It is extremely important that we reaffirm our commitment
By STUART EMMRICII most campus meetings would not be legally covered by the to... provide low-cost higher education and maintainan
Alligator Staff Writer restrictions' of the APA. open-door policy in the community colleges:' Gordon said.
A bill which would allow the Board of Regents to decide Explaining why a complete agenda was not always availablea The regents also assigned two committees to review a
how the state universities should go about complying with the week before a meeting is held'Hanson said "you have to request by J. Hillis Miller Health Center officials for a
Administrative Procedures Act (APA)will be filed in the state deal with problems when they arise. You can't put them off comprehensive study on how to relieve overcrowding in the
legislature during the early part of the current session. until all the publicity is taken care of." Shands Teaching Hospital.
The Chancellor's office which has received reports from Hanson added that most committees are advisory to the THE FACILITIES Committee ,and the Program and
the state universities on areas they feel should be exempted is president and would not take any official action on their own. Communications Committee are expected to make a reporton
currently drawing up the proposed bill. ALTHOUGH HANSON has in the past criticized the APA the center's needs at the May board meeting:
THE BILL WILL ask the legislature to allow the regents to and the change in procedures mandated by it, he said he now At Monday's meeting the regents also Expressedtheir
"assign the manner in 'which the individual universities feels it is "by and large a good idea. All it really requires is to commitment to "insuring the growth and success" of the
should comply with the APA to ensure that the academic regulate the procedures of the:university." Cooperative Education program and assigned a committee on
processes are protected." Hendrix Chandler regents corporate Among the areas Chandler said will cause particular academic affairs to find: ways of financially supporting the
secretary said Monday.The problems are Student Government agencies, health center program. The committee report will appear at the next board
APA passed by the legislature in 1974, requires state patient care, financial, ) aid operations, grade changes admissions meeting Approved a wording change in a regents' rule
agencies to adopt rules of procedures and policies which allow procedures, faculty evaluations and setting of degree on confidentiality of students' records to. read that only
review by affected parties before the rules are adopted. requirements. parents of dependent students would have access to their
Agendas of meetings where official actions are to be taken Chandler) said these areas of exceptions will also be children's confidential: records. Further family financial
must be publicized a week in advance and 21 days notice presented to the legislature. Representatives from UF, including income records are no longer open for inspection
must be given of any rule adoptions. the health center and academic affairs have attended ; t Delayed action on a proposed system-wide
CHANDLER EXPLAINED the law was designed mostlyfor recent meetings of'a legislative joint subcommittee on the policy for handling professional fees charged by teaching
agencies which have an effect on "external bodies," and is APA to present arguments for the exceptions. physicians in university medical centers.
causing compliance problems for the state universities, whichhe ALTHOUGH THE APA requires seven days notice of any
said are "internal in function." official action to be taken at a meeting and that an agenda be Evaluation/ .
Although the APA went into effect in January, Chandler made available to interested persons Chandler said the actual
said the universities would not have to comply with all the restrictions of the law, might not be as great as they seem. (from page one)
provisions until the legislature considers the problems involved He explained that internal staff meetings which discuss mediately, and may reassign him to other duties in the
and makes recommendations. management policies, and other campus meetings of com' University System. His employment by the state would not be
UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said UF has mittees which just advise the president would "probably" not terminated until a year after he receives notice.
"no intention of defying the legislature we plan on fully be covered by the APA': The rule also requires university presidents to retire from
complying" with the APA but added he was still waiting for ."Decisions which affect the rights of a substantial number their positions after their 62nd birthday unless that
some word from the legislature on what exceptions will be ot individuals and rule-making actions would be' covered requirement is waived by the. regents.
made. under the APA however, and proper notice would have to be Presidents may serve as faculty in the State University
HANSON DEFENDED the state universities policy that given of those meetings' Chandler said. System up until the age of 70.



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Also taking tall reservations now Omb, Richard St. Petersburg, ((813)) 347.2766 488-3497
: Dunn Edgar Daytona ((904)) 677-7487 488-4490
(Or Mayor Can a>Fool Ecuadorian Powder Town Elected) female ommatesneeded for Firestone, George Miami, ((305)) 854-3445 488- 987'
The new book edited by Robert Ormteln Spring Quarter Cohen Tom Bradenton, ((813)) 746-7681 488-1432
Paper:S3.SO. Glisson, Jim Eustis, ((904)) 357-6554 488-7205
GROSSMANrwusms Gordon Jack Miami, ((305)) 538-4875 488-7969
the place Graham Robert Miami Lakes ((305)) 821.0631 488-7091
A Division' 01 TIle Viking P,... Hair, Mattox Jacksonville ((904)) 387-4504 I 488-8404
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Henderson, Warren Sarasota. ((813)) 488-5941 488-4080
1231 S.W. 3rd Ave. Holloway, Vernon Miami, ((305)) 661.4186 488-1078
Johnston, Harry West Palm ((305)) 655-1530 488-8856
372-3557 Lane, David Fort Lauderdale, ((305)) 522.6219 488-2690
Lane, Julian Tampa. ((813)) 833-2231 488-4238
Lewis, Philip West Palm Beach, ((305)833-7196) 488-6678
McClain, David Tampa ((813)) 876-6144 488-7455
MacKay, Kenneth Ocala, ((904)) 629-5881 488-6302
Myers, Kenneth Miami, ((305)) 854-2838 488-6044
Peterson, Curtis Eaton Park ((813)) 683-2370 488-8203
Plante, Kenneth Winter Park ((305)) 647-3079, 488-1978
Poston, Ralph Miami ((305)) 667-2064 488-6456
Renick, Richard Coral Gables. ((305)) 443-1132 488-8634

Saunders, Bob Gainesville, 376-6285 488-6473 4885636or

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'" Sayler, Henry St. Petersburg, ((813)) 894-574 488.767Scarborough
Dan Jacksonville, ((904)) 771-4347 488-7796
theemi annual Sims, Walter Orlando, ((305)) 851.7949 488-1369
Splcola, Guy Tampa ((813)) 920-3649( 4881130Stolzenburg
Chester Fort Lauderdale ((305)) 771.2260 488-1544
Thcmas Jon Fort Lauderdale ((305)) 565-8970 488-1797
Thomas, Pat Qulncy. ((904)) 627-7265 V 4884021Tobiassen
Tom Pensacola, ((904)) 433-8942 488-2853
book & record Trask, Alan Fort Meade, ((813)) 285-8595 488-6285
Vogt. John Cocoa Beach,((305)) 784-1345 488-4499
Ware, John St. Petersburg ((813)) 343-6680 488-3975
Wilson, lori Cocoa Beach. ((305)783-5669) 488-S491
Winn, Sherman Miami, ((305)) 652-9166 488-1832
Zinkil, William Hollywood, ((305)) 921-6110 V ,488-1998


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APRIL i,17,1SiAflOAtOfthe Tucker, Donald Tallahassee ((904)) 385-6632 488-1450
Speaker of House .
Andrew.William Gainesville ((904)) 372-3004 488-1170
Avon Randy Fort lauderdole ((305))'771-8846 488-7433
Barrett David Indlalonrlc ((305)) 773-2730 4880660Orfando(305)8960469
Batchelor, Dick ( ) 488-1028
Becker Alan North Miami Beach 488-5102
((305)932-2144)
Bell Belanger Samuel, Laurent St. Petersburg ((813)) 347-2718 4889337Orroond
Beach ((904)672-0649) 488-0580
Bloom Blackburn. Ed Jr. Temple Terrace ((813)) 988-1798 488-0350
ElaineBoyd
Charles North Miami Beach ((305)) 932-335 488-8528
Pembroke Pines ((305)) 987.6949 488-1791
Brown, J.
r: Burrall. FredCampbell Hyatt Ormond Beach ((904)) 677.7890 488-6333
Gene Port Charlotte ((813)) 625-7985 4889550West

amps Shop Bookstore Cherry. Dick Gwen Miami Palm((305))Beach 634-0455((305)) 683-5436 488-9880 488-2234

Clerk: .John Miami ((305)) 233-1616 .*& *)
Clem, ChesterConsldlne Lakeland ((813)) 646-3119 4882270Vero
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John Beach ((305)) 562-9350 W-'W3'
Conwoy William West Palm Beach: ((305)) 842-6055 488-8832
Ormond Beach: ((904)) 677.2498 *: 488-6653
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: .' In the Hub Crobtree. Granville Koren Jr. Fort Lauderdale ((305)) 566-4296 488-9045
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Craig A.H.Crenshow ((813)) 924-4992 V 488-1541
St. Auguttin ((904)) 824-3083 488-0350
Culbreaih. John And er Jacksonville ((904)) 387.1291 4880766Brooksvllle
Davis Helen ((904)) 796-1230 488-2066
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'" EasI.y. Betty Harbor Bluffs Largo ((813)) sel.8891 488-02.45 For theFlorida
,kkhort. James Miami ((305)) 264-.c206 '.",' 488-0760 CornerDrug Players '
Fechtel.llnee ....lburg ((904)) 7fI7.Sf)37 488-8188 and music departments
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Fontana A.M. Miami lak.s ((305)) 823-1370 488-6920 'Store
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Forbes. John Jockeonvlll. ((904)) 721.1.t82 488-2123 CJDB.d.I
Fortune Edmond Pote ((904)) 9945386 48&6204Fost.r. S .
Jim Lutz ((813)) 961.3030 .cee.546S
Freeman. William Key W.st ((30S) 2946977 488-0635 >>oIIs
Fulford. W.E. Orlando ((305)) 8U6893 48&1564Gallogh.r CompletelyConfidential
Tom Coconut Grove ((305)) 85466284886506, April 7, -7:00 p.m.
G.rshn Jo..ph Miami ((305)) 3241976 : 488-0590 Constant Theatre

Gibson William Orlando ((305)) .23-2965 .cee.9835 Singing, dancing acting auditionsHave
Gordon Elaine Miami ((305)) 75tr6836 .cee.5568
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Gorman William 1ang.rln. ((9Q.4)) 383-6500 ..cee..c092Grlnle. a prepared song
Mary Indian Rocks Beach ((813)) 595-5597" '.cee.I993 1128 SW 1st Ave Tryouts are open to academic and

Grosse. George Jacksonville ((904)) 786-2821 48&4669Hab.n general community' ...
Ralph Jr. Palm.tto ((813)) 722.6182 .cee.9685
Hogan Fred Orlando ((305)) 644-00s.c ..cee.1683Hagl.r. 378.1588 I '1 1f
Clyde Pensacola ((9Q.4)) 43&9966 488-92040
Harrington. Nancy Coral Gables ((305)) 666-6772 ,488S8.c3Hattaway.
Bob A/tamonte/ Springs ((305)) 838-1936 488-5.c32
Hawkins. Mary Ellen Naples ((813)) 6.c9-.c932 488.9930Hazelton
Don West Palm Beach ((305)) 832..c333 .caa.1662
Hazouri Thomas Jacksonville ((904)) 398-0096 488-0925 f ii i I Iv
Holey Ed West Palm Beach ((305)) 683-3316 .caa..c202
Hector Robert Miami ((305)) 66s.53.c3 48&4863Hieb.r
George St. Petersburg ((813)) 896-2056 488-2528
Hill John Miami Lakes ((305)) 823-0308. ..caa.5522Hod t
s. Richard Tqmpa ((813)) 253-59. 488-7.451.
Hodges Gene Cedar Key ((9Q.4)) 5.c3-5239 488-7fI70.
Hutto Earl Panama City ((904)) 785-6327 488-1302
James. William Delroy Beach ((305)) 278.2444 .caa.1993
Johnson Robert Sarasota ((813)) 3.c9-5137 488-0256
Jones. Fred A bumdal. ((813)) 967.4Sm 488.3483Kershaw Y Rb H' A J
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Jo. Miami ((305)) 634.0248 488.5116Kiser
S. Curtis Palm Harbor ((813)) 7U5416 48&8749Knopke r
Roy Tampa ((813)) 626-3161 48&4487Kulun
Bony Miami Beach ((305)) 538-8653 48&8315 1
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Langley Richard Mlnnealci ((904)) 39.-.3008 .cae.9965'
Lehman David Hollywood ((305)) 987-8899 .cae.Ol.45 a er '
Lewis. John 'Jacksonville ((9O.c) 7645263 .c33-0665
Lewis. Thomas North Palm Beach ((305)) 626-0979 48&2047Lockward
William Miami Lakes ((30S) 821-7119 .cae.5719
Mann. franklin Fort Myers ((813)) 332-2352 .cae.0625, _cAlyc.
Margolis, Gwen North Miami ((30S) 891-0972 48&9770
Martin Sidney Hawthorne ((904)),481.2243 .cae.0175
Matthews Harvey Winter Park ((305)644-6520) .cae..791 .NcAdorn Bubba Huerta Greg Sherman
Motto Roy Winter Haven ((813)) 2n3$6.c .caa.3.c2O Prelident 'Vie"- ",. Trmmirw
Bob ren j jHonor
Maxwell Clark Jr. Melbourne ((305)) 2544601' 48&9465McColl len O,Ayers Chancellor Traffic O.tindi Chief Justice
Wayne Ocala ((904)) 69.-.2218' .cae.0335
McDonald Dennis St. Petersburg ((813)) 3G.973 4887754McKnight
Robert Miami ((305)) 279-.963 .cae.0.c65 Weccindeliver
McPherson Tom Fort Lauderdal. ((305)) 5fI7-2.c89 .caa.7024 '
Melvin Jerry Fort Walton Beach ((9Q.4J) 2043-3739 .cae.6381 Obviously you are our special interest. So we want you to
Miller, John Hollywood ((305)) 920-fI788' 48&8278Mixson
Wayne Madonna ((904)) 482.4454 488.5465Moffitt see what v/e've done. Not just what vie say.
.Lee Tampa ((813)) fI76-3791 .cae.0895
Moore, Tom Clearwater ((813)) .7.7515 !8&0805Morgan
Herbert Tallahassee ((904)) 877-04028 .cae.0965 Alyce McAdam. .. _
Neal. Patrick Brod.nton ((813)) 14'1-0266 .cae.0710 Founded Gainesville Rape Information &Counting Service e Past Member of Student .
Nelson, C. William Melbourne ((30S) 723-6802 .cae.5.c30 Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) a National Organization for Women Member of
Nergard, Charles Fort Pierce ((305)) oC6l-Q399 :. 488.1798Muckolls National Rape Task Force -" ). ".
j H. Paul Fort My.rs ((813)) 481-6873 .cee.0468 '
Ogden Carl Jacksonville ((904)) 7245748 488.1601Palcic BubbaHuenc. ...,

Steve Jacksonville ((904)) 3843391 48&5991Peaden'R.W. 48&0880Papy Organized-Directed 1974 "Gator Clinics for a Cause" a ..bemonth'program to raise ,
Charts Miami ((305)) 271-3271 : member of UF baseball team
.cae.026O funds for Alachua Co. Easter Seal Society Past varsity %
Pensacola ((904)) .c53-4826
.cae.1993Poorbaugh. Post SG Director of Athletics Florida Blue Key.Kappa Alpha
Poole. Van Fort Lauderdale ((305)) 527.4897' -
Jack Jupiter ((305)) 7.c6-.1" .cae.9.c60 Greg Sherman., ...
Price Richard St. Petersburg ((813)) 3.c7.0383 48-1540 Credit Union Union Bd. of
Student e
''x 0690 Current SG Treasurer. e Board of Directors
Redman James Plant City ((813)) 752-2431 .cae.092O Managers e Past Director.; Gator loan Fund e Established Business Admin. College
Richard South Miami ((305)) 661.8632
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Council.Who's Who. UF Hall of Fame
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Richmond'Ronald New Port Richey ((813)) U9-61.c9
Rish. William Part St. Joe ((904)) 229-33.cl .cee.1663
Ben Ay.res...
Robinson Grover Pensacola ((904)) 4341295 1 .cae.OO6O
Robinson Jane Merritt Island ((305)) 632.3337 .488-9960 .. Member.Honor Ct. Attorney General l Staff e Member Honor Ct. Bar Assn. e Treasurer..
Rude; Arthur Fort Lauderdale ((305)) 764-8S85 48&4233Ryais John Marshall Bar Assn.e Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity Vietnam Veteran
John 8raldon} ((813)) 689-7583 488'6026Sackett '
Walter Coral Gables ((305)) 4oU-5581 8-0322 Bob Lindgren...
Sheldon,'George Tampa ((813)) 812.0167 .488-9175 Past Associate Justice Traffic Ct. e Past Deputy Chief Justice Chairman Traffic Ct. of
Singleton Mary ,Jacksonville ((904)) 768-5082 .cae.7.51 Appeals e Member Parking and Transportation committee a Initiated Clrt City-
Skinner Sherrl1! Lake City ((904)) 752-0682 .488-0887 Tanglewood Bus Line e Reopened SG Bike Repair Shop. .
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Smith Eric Jacksonville ((904))'725-3193 .4889685St.lnberg
Paul Miami Beach ((305)) 864-5905 :;. .488-2231
Thompson. James Quincy ((904)) 856-55.45 488.2873Tolson .
Jere Fort Walton Beach ((904)) 2043-62O.c 488.1171 1
Watson Wendell Lakeland ((813)) 683-3056 488 9890 FLORIDA STUDENT. :
Williams, frank Storke ((904)) 473-3209 488l3O.c ,
Williamson George Fort Lauderdale ((305)) 52 3016' .488-9720,
Wilson Roger Seminole ((813)) 392.5031. ;488-8632 ,

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By JANET PARK phone calls making; sure your, house:or VARNES SAID about IS people, have, ; 1
office.
Alligator Staff Writer apartment has adequate locks on doors and already signed up in her UPD | ,{ d yy
windows and' how to deal with someone Reservations are, not required but the
,' A pilot program of self-protection clinicsfor breaking into your home. Tuesday night clinic will be limited to 60 jj
l women may become a one-credit women's "There are some excellent, up-to-date films persons.A g
Physical Education program by winter including one on hitchhiking scheduled, too. clinic will also be sponsored on Thursday |
quarter 1976. It's not really a pro or con film. It just nights at the Norman Hall Gym from 7-91'
The Student Government-sponsored clinics presents the possibilities and lets the girl p.m. beginning Thursday April 10th. I ,
will begin today from 7-9 p.m. in the decide tor herself" Varnes said. The clinics are being funded by SG at a cost VARNES --
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Women's Gym, taught by Linda Oliver, a DR.RUTII ALEXANDER,chairwoman of of$650 from the special requests fund. Theyare UPD investigator I
trained'.teacher;of self-protection skills. the Women's Physical Education department free to students.
''University police> Department ,(UPD) Investigator said the self-protection: information would be
Martha Varnes said Oliver teaches offered in class,form by winter quarter.
breakaway: skills not karate or judo. Alexander added thhre was a possibility if
""IT'SBASICALLY knowing what ,to do, ,everything worked out that they would be
with what you:)have,to,work with," Varnes offered in the fall but she wasn't sure, since so Com- it stays in custody ; -
said, mentioning knowledge pf vulnerableareas many sections of 'PL 101. basic physical
to kick and certain 'techniques of education concepts were offered in the fall.
breaking, out'of a stranglehold as,valuable. Sue Whlddon. women's tennis coach and a-
the billCamil
*Varnes said ,the"eight-week course also scheduled instructor for the selfprotectionclass government pays
'gives;-instructions-.for .dealing with obscene ,. said "I 1 think there's a lot of interest."

Black and goldT'bitchboxes' setfor.pofflng.of By ERIC ESTRIN said in an interview Sunday, he
. Alligator Staff Writer would be released from the hospital Monday
student morning,after the$5.000 bond money arrived
grievances Scott Camil remained in Alachua General ,from friends in California.
''Beginning today,students;-: can register their plaint.. The slips will be picked up daily and Hospital Monday on doctor's orders. THE MONEY ARRIVED on schedule, butCamil's'doctor.
"bitches" about UF. read by members of the Student Senate He was still in custody of U.S. marshals, .Emil Mantini,Advised against
"Bitch Boxes"will be set up today in Affairs Committee. despite the fact that his friends had raised the releasing the former member of the Vietnam
Libraries East ,and' West. Matherly Hall, "The student will be called to discuss the $5,000 necessary for his release, according to Veterans Against the War.
Hume Hall and Graham Area. complaint and hopefully we can find a his long-time friend Michael Oliver., Camil was shot last week during an alleged
"It's like a suggestion box," Robert solution." Dickenson said. OLIVER SAID CAMIL'S BOND would 'drug deal he was conducting with two federal
Dickenson, the director of the Omicron Delta Serious problems will be referred to the not be paid until he feels better because as undercover agents. .
Kappa (ODK) Honor Fraternity Program. Student Senate he said. long as he is in custody, the government must A grand jury subsequently indicted him on
said."WelLsee how well'the_fint boxes do pay his hospital bills. two counts of possession with intent. to sell
and then we hope to'expand." The''Bitch'Boxes" are designed to provide U.S. Marshal Emmett Shelby Pensacola cocaine, two of possession with intent to sell
Dickenson said, the black-and-gold boxes solutions to all types of problems such ,as confirmed the government's responsibility."We marijuana and two,of assault.
will contain notebook paper for students. problems with a professor, housing or have "no way of forcing him to make Camil said Sunday he intends to plead
list,their',name,- phone ,number, and com- registration. bond." he said. innocent to all charges.:
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By FRANK RINELLA interviewed for the position. said, when beset bargaining Callcott echoed UF President have created five divisions by combining

Alligator Stan Writer by budget problems a college must decide on Robert Q. Marston's stand on the issue, different areas and putting them under a
what is important and then revise and saying he is opposed to it on an internal basis. provost" he said.

"A college should not nibble itself to death reallocate funds. "1. cannot see where it would be of an Another plan Callcott favors will require'

when, it cOmes to budget problems.a can CALLCOTT IS one of five outside can" advantage to any professor or student to have different colleges to evaluate department
didate for(LJF academic affairs vice president didates and 10 overall to be interviewed for collective bargaining at a major university," chairmen every five years and college deans

said Monday. the vice presidential spot. Five candidates Callcott said. every seven years.
Dr. George A. Callcott, vice chancellor of already employed 'at UF were interviewed "If the situation says that UF needs a union "This will allow departments and collegesto
academic affairs at the University of during spring break. the job would not be as attractive but I don't evaluate their progress and make necessary
Maryland the second off-campus candidate On the issue of university collective know! if this university really needs a union/' changes in leadership if,they feel there is a
Callcott said.CALLCOTT. need" Callcott said.

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Prospective parking lots academic deans report directly to the vice' He proposed that when a,person steps down
president of academic affairs. from a chairmanship or deanship, their pay
"I 1 can't see how he can cope with all those should be determined by what it would have

won't amend space lossA people and work effectively; At Maryland we been if they had never taken the position.



UF Parking and Traffic Departmentreserve But construction of two general purpose students aid refugees 1
of $190.000 will be used by the UF buildings. located on the site of the present Vietnamese
administration later this year for constructionof Rolls Hall and another near Walker Hall

new asphalt parking lots on campus. will probably displace about 200 parking
However this $190,000 surplus from last spaces. Schiffli said. A group of 45 South Vietnamese students refugees. The money colllcted will go to the
year's sale of shuttle,bus decals will not be The $190,000 would have ordinarily been to who attend UF will hold a fund-raising South Vietnamese Red Cross."
enough to .offset the projected loss this rent campus shuttle buses, but because a campaign from April 5 through May 16 to A dinner exhibition-movie will be held on

summer of about 200 parking spaces due to larger than expected number of the buses help South. Vietnamese refugees.The April 12 at the Catholic Student Center.
new building construction Dick Schiffli UF were not in running condition last year. themoney recent Communist takeovers in South Tickets will be three dollars for adults and

business manager said. was not spent. Vietnam have caused thousands refugees to SI.50 for children. They are on sale at the
PLANNED FOR CONSTRUCTIONwithin flee to the few remaining South Vietnamese Constans Theater box office Reitz Union

,the next few months are a. 45 space THIS YEAR, HOWEVER, the buses are strongholds in the southern part of the activities desk and Alpha Phi Omega,booth
parking lot south of Flint Hall and a 30-space running at almost full schedule and money country. across from the Hub on campus.
lot next to Johnson Hall. Surfacing of ,additional from current decal sales, as well as in future HO'VAN-LAM, president of the Vietnamese Contributions can be sent to "Relief to
parking spaces around campus is also years will be used to run the buses Schiffli Association in Gainesville, said, "We Vietnamese Refugees." in care of K.B.

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EDIT.O.RIAL.Woodchucks.





Bolton Mass. is a small town of 2,300 and 41 i

per cent of the registered voters have permits to

own and carry guns.A .
new state law sets a mandatory jail term for

illegal possession of firearms so Boltonites either

registered them or turned them in Monday at a

clapboard schoolhouse which serves as a police

station.In .
20 years, Bolton has had only one major
incident involving a firearm and that was a

justifiable homicide.The .
police chief said a large percentage of the

town has guns 'Ho protect their gardens from
woodchucks to keep their livestock safe from ,p
,
marauding dogs and hunting." \ '
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Gainesville doesn't have a clapboard polices ..J '

nor are woodchucks prevalent. But it does

have a firearms problem, and that problem? is ,
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shared by cities throughout the nation. Gainesville ',..I' .
had seven criminal homicides last year.
Americans have a Constitution which TK& STORK

guarantees the right to bear arms. The Second

Amendment provides that right, and gun lobbyistshave Government cloudedby
shot down gun control groups by using the story

"right to bear arms" as a weapon in itself.

But, as U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O.
Douglas said, "The Second' Amendment. was harassment contradictions

designed to keep alive the militia.." ,

Of course, in discussing gun control, we keep There are different views that can be taken of the Scott and shoot yourself in the lower back. But it is damned
coming across the old axiom, "Guns don't, cause Camil incident. However. I don't think any of them leaves us unlikely. If Scott Camil is a closet contortionist. I didn't know
crime, people do." No one knows what causes with a particularly noble picture of our government.First about it until now.
crime better than big city police chiefs and ,through a Herculean feat of mental gymnastics us Then there is the eyewitness who said that he didn't see
commissioners. They are nearly unanimous in accept the government's story at face value. Camil strike the agents. That contradicts the governmentstory
WHAT WE HAVE IS the Drug Enforcement Agency directly.
their advocacy of stricter gun control legislation."All (DEA)wasting the taxpayers'money training a bogus freak togo THE DEA'S REACTION to the discovery of the eyewitnesswas
handguns must be banned except for law out and encourage drug deals. Then our DEA is supposedto certainly interesting. Agent John Le Pore was reported to
enforcement and the military," Peter J. Pitchess, bust the unfortunate entrepreneur.All have said: "You can come up with as many horseshit witnesses
Los Angeles County sheriff, said. goes according to plan but by the merest chance the a* you want but don't )bother me with them." He
.entrepreneur in this case turns out to be one of the most
Hubert Williams, Newark's police director,
prominent war protestors in the country Scott Camil.
called crime "a local problem," but added Then Camil (not unreasonably given his track record. wjth r BRIAN DONERLY
"handgun control is a national problem." Guns the state)resists arrest and is shot in the struggle.
come from states with less strict gun laws to states SO WHAT DO WE have if we accept the government's L GUEST. COLUMNIST
view of the matter? .
which are less stringent. Florida ,laws are generally
We have a badly wounded Camil and a waste of the tax-
placed in the "less strict" and tend to
category,
payers' money. And this blood and money is expended for the doesn't exactly come off as a disinterested truth-seeker.
negate tough laws in other states. purpose of preventing people with cocaine from selling the Lastly there is the history ,of government harassment
Part of the problem is that many gun owners stuff to people who want to buy it. toward Camil charged by Oliver. 1 have some personal
don't know how to use their guns safely. But thereis Why in the world should the government care? There is knowledge of this since I lived diagonally across the street
of real crime(murders thefts ) from Camil in 1971.
the
no conceivable "safe" use for a weapon such as plenty rapes etc. to occupy
the "Saturday night special." time of every agent available. Why should they spend time Residents of the rooming house I lived in spent a fair
and money preventing an uncoerced exchange? of the
amount time shooing government agents out of
One bill in particular merits .careful con THIS, OF COURSE, is the most favorable view for the surrounding bushes. It was not hard to figure out what they
sideration by this year's Florida Legislature to aid government. Other interpretations are possible. One is that were doing there.FURTHERMORE.
gun control. put forth by Camil's friend Mike Oliver: an attempted ,ONE resident of the house, without the
Rep. Barry Richard, D-South Miami, is assassination. knowledge of the others allowed an FBI agent to use his room
sponsoring a critical piece of legislation which A few years ago, most of us would have dismissed this as to spy on Camil. This came out at the Gainesville Eight trial.
would the manufacture sale left-wing paranoia. However we've, learned a lot about our There is enough here to make me doubt the government'sstory.
prohibit assembly, government recently. The nature of the beast is becoming Of course it does not follow inevitably from this that
possession, or use of certain handguns which do much clearer. One doesn't have to be a libertarian these daysto Oliver's theory is correct.
, not meet specific criteria. doubt the theory of the omni-benevolent government. Itis hard to imagine any high-ranking official jeopardizing
It, would establish a point system ,to judge There is a fair amount of persuasive evidence that theRovemment's his career by ordering Camil's assassination. Camil has been
handguns. The heavier and longer the gun, the story is not entirely accurate. an enormous headache to the government, but assassinationwould
FIRST,THERE IS the matter of the location of the wound.It .
appear to be something of an overreaction.It .
more positive points it would be given under the
seems pretty clear by now that the bullet entered the lower seems certain that this mess will wind Up in the courts.
proposed system. Safety features also acquire of Camil's back.
part We can only hope without much confidence that the truth
favorable points. I suppose that it's physically possible to struggle for a gun will be discovered.
Richard's bill, along with legislation cosponsored

by Sens. Jim Glisson, R-Eustis, and Pat Ron Cunningham favkllJei"
Thomas, D-Quincy, to establish minimum sen The Independent Edltor-In-Chlef l i .!' I"Edltor

tencing for conviction of certain felonies involvingthe
Florida Jr. Donna "g""
use of firearms or destructive devices, should AlligatoraK: : Layout Edibrull

provide the needed toughening of Florida gun
a"\
statutes, if passed.. l/C4at; .Minda ec.11nan Jody Cartl"
U.S. Atty. Gen. Edward Levi also has'suggesteda IP! News Editor .Layout Editor

federal ban on handgun possession.Let's itA'Tony'Kendzior......, .,. .,........... .................... .General Manager
hope passage of the Florida and national Jom.s V.Cook ....,... ......... ......................Assllportt'0' G.n.rol Manager .Publithed.
standards is not halted by more "right to beararms" Mrs.Ev.lynI.st .... .. ............... ............,..:....Admlnlltraflv.hIIatont by
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We haven't needed an active militia since the Tom MocNamoro.. ..I....I",.............., .....1....... ......"......Accountant P.O. 10. '3266 Ud"e"ity
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advent capable destroying a large Donna tubrono .. ... .. .,.......,.. ..,.........,.....Advertiling CoonflftOtOr Manager offices t .tilnd the Collpe 1M.
city in a single moment. kff'f Harp.r ...... .. .. .; .. .. .:.., ............... Special Sectlonl Coordinator ''m W... University Avenu..
And even the most avid sportsman must admithe Lynda Home.r .. . ... ,.... ,... ...'..............Advertiling Production .$usin.ss Off ice phon.: 3Th'M*
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EDITOR'S NOTE The Alligator has made this space have a devastating impact upon the Student Body. Under warranties; adopt a model lease which is now in the processof
available to each of the Student
Government parties today collective bargaining faculty and administration would sit being negotiated; work for an Alachua County consumer
election.through Friday. Today, the Action Party gives Its views of the down in secret, closed-door sessions and bargain away salary protection ordinance and repeal the Sunday alcohol ban;
levels (which students would undoubtedly end up paying in open the Rathskellar on Sundays; extend Infirmary care to
Now is not a time tor throwing" up our hands in desperationto tuition hikes and'service cutbacks) and faculty versus student spouses and work for a comprehensive day care center.
say,.nothing! can be done! We cannot afford to set our rights in such areas as parking, grade appeals, university JIM EATON, OUR candidate for president of the student
sights" txcessively low in the name of combatting "pie in the committee memberships and so forth. We cannot afford to body has served in various positions including president of
!sky, and viewing the problems that face the student body as !sit back and see our interests sold down t the, river. the UF Student Senate a member of the Faculty Senate a
being beyond the realm of united collective action. LEGISLATIVE ACTION is also needed to obtain member of the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee
Something CAN be done. More importantly, something adequate educational funding perhap aided by such student senator chairperson of the Senate Academic Affairs
MUST be done.
proposed alternate revenue schemes as a state lottery or Committee and a member of the University Administrative
Now, like perhaps at no other time in this University's reduction of the portion of the state sales, tax retained by Council:
history, we as students need able and active representatives to businessmen as a "collection charge." Top.priority should go Dan Lobeck our candidate for student body vice prsident.has .
vigorously advance our interests. We face tuition hikes to library! funding. with SG also looking intp the possibility of spent the last six years in the student body "action, as
education cuts collective bargaining and cost increases for releasing all or part of the $100,000 now. in a mass seating Palm Beach Junior College Student Government President
auxiliary services. Continuing needs still exist in such areas facility reserve tor more pressing needs.A and in numerous UF SG positions. in the UF Student Senate
consumerism,.academics, dormitory life student services the subcommittee of the Florida Senate has proposed and the executive branch, most recently as secretary of
Honor Court and the Traffic Court. requiring university auxiliary services to pay overhead costs consumer affairs. His accomplishments include voluntary
CERTAINLY WE MUST set goals that are realistic. But in which would mean sharply higher student cost for Campus linen service tuition hike opposition, and the Student
the pursuit of realism we must not succumb to the temp Shop and Bookstore, Infirmary, food service J. Wayne Reitz Consumer Guide which is now at the printer's.
tation of abandoning worthwhile endeavors simply because it Union, parking, buses, etc. Although we pursuaded the Board Caleb Grimes. Action's candidate for treasurer has also
will needs effort to achieve them. We need to determine of Regents to pass a resolution that we wrote to oppose this served the student body in numerous capacities in the past
what require action and then do everything within our concept, the tight must continue, to stop this threat to the tour years. He has served as senate president pro-tern
ability to use the vehicle of Student Government to providethat student pocketbook. Another threat which we must oppose chairperson of the Senate Rules and Calendar Committee
action. is Rep. Lee Moffit's bill to remove student allocation chairperson of the Senate.Judiciary. Committee. and senate
We cannot atTord, for instance, to assert that a tuition hike authority over a large portion of the activity and service fee. majority party leader. .
is a "foregone conclusion." The legislature, is split on the Studen 'power must be protected and advanced at every BYRON PETERSEN, chief defense counsel for the Honor
issue with the top leaders in both houses opposing any hike. opportunity; Court is Action's candidate for Honor Court Chancellor has
The Board of Regents based its recommendation for a fee To further advance student power "we must seek a full an outstanding background in the court and in law In addition
increase upon a study by the Carnegie Commission on Higher student vote on the UP Faculty Senate, which was defeated to heading the defense staff of 65 law students he has
Education but ignored the fact that although the Carnegie only 67 to 80 back In1971. Additionally, we must seek active served as defense counsel for the Student Conduct Com
study like the BOR.,recommended that students pay 30 per expanded student input on UP committees. mittee. participated on the Task Force on Student Conduct
cent ofcost) : I Carnegie) proposed a 10-year phase-in, the OTHER, WELL-TIIOUGIIT-OUT and realistic proposals' and presented written and oral arguments before the Board of
BOR three years; 2)) Even under the first stage of the BOR whose time we believe have come are: Masters.
proposal freshmen would pay a full 36 per cent of cost; 3)) ACTION IN THE TRAFFIC COURT financial accountability Sue Connelly our candidate for chief justice of the traffic
Carnegie proposed that ALL of the new tuition go to financial ; reform Parking and Transportation Committee; court has served as a student senatorvice-chairpersonof the
aid so that no one is shut out, while only a small portion of oppose preferential faculty parking; short-term and long- Senate Information and Investigation Committee and
the BOR hike would go to financial aid; 4)) The Carnegie term parking solutions; Lake Wauberg weekend shuttle-bus; member of the Reitz.Union Board of Managers. She is also a
panel was weighted heavily with representatives of such reduce or eliminate on-campus auto traffic; and determinethe member of the University Parking and Transportation
private colleges as Notre Dame and Princeton and proposed public or private nature of court records. Committee Student Appeals Court for Traffic Violations anda
higher public fees largely as a measure to assist private ACTION FOR THE STUDENT CONSUMER Create an member of the Student Advisory Committee to Alumni
colleges. There ARE good arguments against what the BOR is OtT Campus Housing Association to replace security depositswith Affairs.
trying to do. which is to turn our institutions of higher a common fund with the cooperation of landlords and We ask only that you consider our proposals and our
education into enclaves of economic elitism, at the expense of utility companies; establish a statewide entertainment and candidates and above all that you cast a vote for the individuals
quality in all areas of endeavor throughout this state. lecture series "Common Market" to block-book at increasesin you' feel will best represent your interests. For
Similarly although few students now realize it. the effect of savings and quality; fund a student consumer attorney to without student support of collective action these very real
faculty collective bargaining without student input would assist students with problems in such areas as landlord-tenant and practical goals can never be attained.



ADVICE AND DISSENT I It


New system needed -for ,

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UFbook redistribution /"



.EDITORt Have you rereadan is spent by the time a student a revival of such a system of t
old textbook lately? Or is graduates. These dollars borrowing books. I believe a IU
it minding its'own business in 'might better fund two or three step in the right direction is
vour bookcase? additional quarters of school the Student GovernmentBook
It seems the kickoff every towards a master's degree. exchange, which servesas
quarter begins with a mad The benefits of selling a market place for studentsto
rush. not for the ball but fora books are made by UF. Book bring old texts for sale.
book. The Florida !sales are another ,way of However' second-hand r
Bookstore is the gridiron and earning student dollars. The books sell like used cars.
there are no penalty calls for student benefits by starting Once a new text leaves a
improper procedure. A his or her own library of last bookstore its value
simple first-come, first-serve quarter's models. depreciates at least 25 per
keeps the' name alive. I Remember the days of cent. Furthermore if the .
EACH QUARTER SOME grammar school when your book is returned to the placeof 140 JkQ f_
UF !students spend as muchas homeroom teacher would purchase at the end of the
$50 for a IS credit: course !spend the first day of classes' quarter about 50 per cent of
load. Besides paying for issuing books? "Use them. the original price may be
tuition room and board a don't abuse them. and cover received by the owner if the
be tined" book i is still being used.A .
of them or may
student must cover: the cost you j
textbooks each quarter. By the teacher would say. system is needed whereby
spending $50 a quarter. $600 I WOULD LIKE to suggest !students can receive course
books the first day of class
The"IndependentFlorida and be responsible for them 1
until the end of finals. Such a -
Alligator plan might put an end to the
mad crush at the bookstore.
Sheila/ Draper Gory BolonoltEntertainment / save student dollars and avoid c
Editor A iocioit, Editor the hassles of "sorry. all out"
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of the edition.
new
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eric Estrin 'I q
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.. f Wire Editor Support proposed student
f1. book exchanges or reread an
::1. :' Greg Fet,; Tom Shroder old text.
A+tt. Newt Editor
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Collective (Iniv "sity Pre-Marital WorkshopTo


jp produced by the Division of Information 1 Public s
Bargaining ay itlont Services to communicate official notices &
Be Offered ;
JV important Information to students, faculty & staff
Wat the University of florid
Seminars Set
The University Counseling Center is
offering a pre-marital training
workshop
Two three-hour seminars on collective
for student couples planning
on marrying
bargaining for management and supervisory
personnel will be conducted Thursday, BOR MEMBER VISITS CAMPUS Do'in the".near future,entitled"After.We Say II

from 9 a.m.to noon and 1:30: to 4:30: p.m. in, ....
The sessions will be held
group Tuesdays
the auditorium of Reitz Union.
from 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. in the University
The duplicate will be conduc-
ted by representatives programs of the Departmentof Students F
Administration, which is sponsoringthem Tuesday, April
for all state agencies located in the Clinical Psychologists Ray Bowman and
Gainesville Stan Jones will lead the discussion group,
area. Harris
Invited
To 1 Meet
The department has notified the UF which will include visits by experts on
Division of Personnel Relations that it will family law,home planning and other areas.
conduct meetings on collective bargainingfor Group discussion will center on communi-

non-supervisory employees at a later Any member of the faculty, staff or cation, decision-making, personal aware
date. student body who would like to express his MM1 sy ness and other topics.
or her views to Board of Regents Member Couples who wish to participate should

New Insurance Plan Marshall Harris will have an opportunity to reserve a place in the group by calling Ray
do so this week.Students Bowman, 392-1575. At least one of the
Open to EmployeesJim can meet with the newest couple must be a currently registered UF

member of the Board at 8 p.m. Wednesdayin student. I
Faust, representative of North the west half of the cafeteria on the first
western National Life Insurance Company, floor of Reitz Union. Faculty and staff 'Open Door' For

will be on campus today through Thursdayto members, including Career Service employees .
answer questions about a supplemental can meet with Harris at 7:30: p.m. Graduate Students

life insurance program for full-time employees Thursday in the Ballroom, second floor,
that requires no proof of insura Reitz Union. Dean Harry H. Sisler will keep his office

bility. Harris will be on campus for his first open Wednesday, from 3 to 5 p.m., Room
Insurance for $5,000 or $10,000 may be official visit since becoming a member of 223 Granter Hall, to talk with graduate
purchased initially, with the privilege of the Board in January. He will stay at the students without appointment about any
increasing each year until $30,000 is President's home from Tuesday night matter they wish to discuss with him or his

reached. through Saturday. staff. "Open Door" meetings are held the (
Appointments with Faust may be made Harris will meet with the Administrative second and fourth Wednesday of each

by telephoning the insurance office, 392- Council Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon month.
1225. and with administrators and Student

Government leaders during the afternoon. ETS LANGUAGE EXAM

Info Services MovesThe Thursday he spends most of the day at theJ.
Hillis Miller Health Center and the Marshall Harrisas The Graduate School Foreign Language

Division of Information and Publication Institute of Food and Agricultural Sci Examination of reading knowledge in

Services has moved its offices from ences.He will also tour other portions of the conduct a news conference. From noon French,German,and Spanish will be given

Building H and the University Auditorium campus observing research projects.On Friday through boon Saturday Harris will Saturday, at 9 a.m. Students taking the
basement to 545 Wen Hall.The Division has Friday morning Harris will meet with attend a conference on"Florida's Sunshine examination should report to 101 Little Hall
retained its current phone numbers of the Board of College Councils, and the Law: A Workable Paradox?"at the College no later than 9 with admission ticket and
3924186 and 3922222."Celebration 'Alachua County Alumni Association as well of Law. proper identification.



I I lIt's Celebration' Week: Arts on Stave t


...

,"a week of performing and speak at a noon to 2:30: p.m. luncheon at Sing Out I
visual arts sponsored by Omicron Delta Sweden House.Other events will take place

Kappa service organization and the J. in Rooms 361,362 and 363 of the Reitz Union Traditional choral music-from religious d
Wayne Reitz Union,starts with an international from 9:30: a.m. to mid-afternoon. A to contemporary secular-and selections j

cultural exhibition in the Union prize-winning photographer, Michael 0' from "Beit of Broadway" are performed
Gallery 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Tuesday. Brien of the Miami News and a libel lawyer, by the Women's Chorale and Men's Glee
Florida Players Join the celebration at Dan Paul of Miamiare
on the morning Club Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in University r
noon Wednesday, presenting their first program and an editors'panel is set for the Auditorium.
biweekly Lunch Box Theatre of spring afternoon.The eu

quarter on the Union North Lawn. The ideais Journalism Department of the Old Music
to bring your own lunch and sit in on College of Journalism and Communications Time

mime and comedy sketches. Then at 7 and is sponsoring the activities, In Tunes that kept colonists' toes tappin in
'
9:30: p.m. Wednesday, the movie "Pather' cooperation with the New York Times New England, Virginia and the Carolinas
Panchali" will be- shown free in the Union Corp., the Gainesville Sun and the Florida will be explained-and some of them e

Auditorium. Press Association. All seminars are open. performed-during the "Music in ColonialAmerica"
The UF Jazz Band toots its horns at 12:30: Luncheon tickets may be purchased in 234 lecture-recital 8:15 thurs-
: pjn.
p.m. Thursday at the Union Colonnade; Stadium at $1.95 for students for :
$2.95 day in Room 120 of the Music Building. Dr.
And on Friday, the Debate Team gives an .others. and
David Z. Kushner, professor of music
exhibition at the
argumentative noon on
musicology chairman at UF will presentthe
,
Colonnade and the richly costumed Renaissance
with his wife soprano
program ,
Ensemble performs at 8:15 p.m.
Rebecca Ann Kushner. t
In the Medical Sciences Building Audi Camping Course
torium. Dr.PER-OLOV LOWDIN
Celebration winds with Quantum Scientist Live and Die
up on Saturday a Open to AllIf I,
10 a.m. ..6 p.m. art exhibition and sale on Science as Expressed in the Quantum
"The to Die"
Right to Live and the Right
the Union Colonnade and North Lawn. All "
Theory. Dr. Lowdin is on the Nobel Prize will be Philosophy 1
events are free and to the public. Awards committee for chemistry, the subject of a
open camping's your,bag, or if you think it Department Lecture delivered by Dr. Y
The free public lecture series, designedto could be
try "Back to Nature: A Short- Marvin Kohl at 7:30 Wednesday. The r
:
Science Frontiers bring distinguished scientists before lay course in Tent Camping" which meets free public program p.m.,will. be held in n
audiences
presented by,the Departmenton 7-9:30: p.m. Tuesdays through April 29 at
Lecture WednesdayDr. Physics and Astronomy and the College the Alachua County Extension Office at the University Auditorium. u

of Arts and Sciences under sponsorship of fairgrounds,corner of Waldo Road and 39th
Per-Olov .Lowdin, director of the, the National Science Foundation Public Avenue. The UF School of Forest Resources Cardboard BoatsGet aa
University of Florida's Quantum Theory Understanding of Science Program. : and Conservation
takes his'turn Frontiers' co-sponsors the ready for another of those zany
Project, as a
course. This week's '
New times session deals with of
York architecture Some 100 students
Science lecturer at 8:15: p.m.Wednesday in camping rroJects.
membership U
groups organizing
the J.Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom. Also a Editor chores for family fun Architectural and Methods
ThursdayAbe and recreation
will try to float-and race-two-man boats
professor at the University of Uppsala,. nature study and nature crafts. '
Sweden, the UF graduate research professor Rosenthal, managing editor of the There's no made only of cardboard, string, wax and
of chemistry and physics will speak New York Times, is featured speaker for cost and no registration-other compulsory attendance than, no paint. They'll make their splash at the 1

on "Objectivity and Reality in Modern this year's Journalism Day Thursday Hell door prizes awarded the final week.. for after Union Duck Pond around 11" a.m. Tuesday c
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Ln electric-powered bus that runs off r 7.
ge storage batteries charged in transit
been completed by a team of six
versity of Florida students and their f

essor.
built with an$88,000 Florida Department
1 Transportation (DOT) grant, the proto-
e medium-sized bus carries 14 pas-
ngers but could be refitted to transport
f.

;"The most important goal from theOT's
standpoint was to get more 'car
ders onto mass transit by making city
ises as pleasant and comfortable asBsible
," said mechanical engineering
essor Dr.Vernon Roan. "The resultant
ergy savings from getting private carsf
the streets would be tremendous." A a { lrrllir
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That goal was important enough that t ,
oan used a female interior design student, {
ilda Prieto of Miami, on his otherwise
gineering student team.
Miss Prieto's design features individual

ishioned seats turned 30 degrees towarde 'tt..
aisle for greater leg room, carpeting;
*dal I overhead lighting,air conditioning, A1 y
'-fl music, and large bronze-tinted winws. -

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Directly powered by two custommadeper
batteries built up from conventional Ql iji( H "'I' 'r., f
ills and carried where baggage would be Dr. Vernon Roan, right, associate professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Florida, and his :student team! 4 check the
ored in a conventional bus, the vehicle is machinery that makes the hybrid electric street bus go.horsepower engine in the rear tarns a generator that charges the batteries, I I
died hybrid electric because it alsoEUTies under the seats on each side, that propel the vehicle. .
a 60-horsepower diesel enginectually -

it's a standard tractor enginetoa would probably compare very well with constant starting and stopping." Engineering students on the bus team
a recharging generator.The concept is standard diesel buses," he says. "Opera- Two years ago another team of studentsled included Emmanuel Papandreas Jr:, West
cut down on noise and exhaust pollution ting costs would be about the same, or a by the engineering professor' built a Palm Beach; Dave Gustashaw and Van
nd to be able to run for long periods ofroe little better, and maintenance costs shouldbe compact car with a similar hybrid electric Wilkinson, Cocoa; Bill Freeman, Washington
without having to stop and change lower since the greatest wear and tear in propulsion system. It won first place in D.C., and Raymond Livingston, Bos-
tteries. standard diesel powered buses is the national competition.Florida's ton, Mass.
"It can be operated in the all-electric
ode in congested downtown areas or quiet
ones,"Roan says, "and the'engine can be Friday IsDeadline
tarted to recharge batteries when the bus
operating in outlying areas." Sunshine Law For
Roan said the bus now belongs to the

partment of Transportation but that it To Be Debated on CampusIs Paying FeesSpring
ill not be turned over to that agency until
testing has been completed.He said thate
federal Urban Mass Transit Authority Florida's Sunshine Law working? Is a truly open government possible? Quarter fees must be paid by
considering awarding a grant "for These and other questions will be dealt with this week-end when government, civic Friday.Students who have not paid fees by
that date will be
dditional evaluation." The U.s. govern- and mass media leaders meet on campus in a program sponsored by a grant from assessed a $25 late fee.
Student
Accounts at the HUB
ent is especially interested in the bus's the Florida Endowment for the Humanities.The is mailing
to each student this week final
vironmental possibilities, Roan said. Friday afternoon through Saturday morning seminar will feature panels courses and a statement a of monies schedule of
The experimental bus has been tested in during which all who attend will be able to participate. Panelists include George due the'
ctual passenger operation for several Reedy,press secretary for President Lyndon Johnson and now dean of Journalism at however University the or statement refund due the student,
eeks on the University of Florida campus.ut Marquette University; A.M. Rosenthal managing editor of the New York Times; before the, deadline.may not arrive ".
Roan and his team have also been Max Lerner, columnist and visiting professor at UF; and David Cohen, executive Student Friday ,
Accounts at the HUB is
lying on computer data for some infor- vice-president of Common Cause. open
from 9
mation."The. Panel sessions begin at 1:45 Friday in Room 297 and resume there at 9 a.m. a.m. to 3:30: p.m. weekdays, or

computer indicates our engine, Saturday. Reedy will speak at a dinner in the Arredondo Room of the Reitz Union at students end of the may HUB use or the mail drop-box their at fees.the north
"ring at a constant and load is 7 Friday.
speed p.m. Any student to fees
etting about six: miles gallon," he Among participants in the conference will be Board of Regents members Marshall failing pay (including
per $25 late fee
) by Monday, April 21, will be
Dan Paul of Miami Fred Kent of
Marshall Harris attorneys
"That
ays. is probably a little better thane Criser and dismissed from the
standard diesel bus being used in urban Jacksonville, and Woodie A. Liles of Tampa, political party leader Ann Cramer of University.
snit systems. Miramar, Orlando City Council member George Stuart_and Volusia County Council .
"We gain some efficiency by running it at member Barbara Kelly: ViceChancellorNominations
constant speed and load, but lose some Members of the University community who wish to attend any of the sessions,
wause the generator is an extra step ine including the dinner, should make arrangements through Lee Hendrickson in the Sought
drive system." Center for the Studies in the Humanities Grinter Hall, telephone 392-1291.
Standard city buses now in use carry The seminar is directed by Dr. Gareth Schmellng, chairman of the Humanities All faculty members in the State Univer-
om 33 to 45 passengers and cost about Department of University College and Prof. Robert Mann of the College of Law.It is sity System have been asked to submit
,000 per seat in Initial ouUay-$ ,OOO to part of the University's new program of helping to put humanities into perspective nominations for the position of Vice-Chan-
,000. for'the various professions. cellor for Academic Affairs. In a memor-
Roan's team has invested $30,000 in the andum last week, ChancellorDesignateE.T.
Wd electric, but that cost would be York invited the nominations, noting,
reatly reduced if the vehicle were mass "it is vital that an individual be appointedto
roduced. this position who is fully familiar with
The body of the experimental bus was Job Interviews Schedule ListedThe academic processes and who can effect
I chased from Electro Bus Corporation, tively represent the academic community
luornia,which manufactures all electric Career Planning and Placement of Nashville, Tenn., Clayton County Geor- in deliberations within the Chancellor's
uses, and was modified to accommodate Center schedules employment interviewsfor gia Board of Education and Trans World staff, in recommendations to the Board of
hYbrid> electric companies recruiting on campus. Airlines. Regents, and in presentations 'to the
"The Initial cost design. basLs Student should sign up for interviews at Thursday .No Interviews. Legislature and the general public."
on a per seat least one day in advance in Room G-22 of Friday-Bibb County Georgia Board of Nominations with a resume should be
Legislative the J. Wayne Refits Union. This service is Education, Lockwood Greene Engineers. sent before May 1,to Dr.Bernard F.Sliger,
Hotline also open to UF alumni. Monday- Cordia Corporation.Next search committee chairman, c/o Dr.
Information Employers visiting campus April 9-15 are Tuesday Astra Pharmaceutical Melvin L.Sharpe,State University System _
1 1975 Florida on the status of bills in the listed below: Products, Federal Highway Administration of Florida, 107 West Gaines St., Tallahassee '"
calling tolMree legislature 18604421827.WortunityAfflrmative can be.obtained by Wednesday-Metropolitan Public:Schools and Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. Fla. 32304.

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Alligator CorrespondentWhen department and their daughter. Carrie, a
xM R Mark Burell began working as a bus senior art student.
Mn
e v boy at the Beef and Bottle restaurant, he Ebersole saw the combination restaurant-
didn't like the pictures on the walls. art gallery as a solution to the problems by art
"I. just thought we could have a lot betterart galleries in a town where the volume of art
than we did" said Burell. who convinced, sold is not large.
the restaurant to let him replace the pictures "When you have to pay rent and utilitiesyou
imported .for sale from Orlando with local have'to have a big enough turnover to
artists' works. cover it," Ebersole said pointing out that the
aF aL47 Burell is now the art director for one of the restaurant donation of space eliminated that
? largest art galleries in the Gainesville-at the overhead.
Beef and Bottle.: The gallery has sold almost 51,800 worth of
The restaurant agreed to give Burell full art in the past four months, approximately. 25
control of the gallery. The 20 per cent pieces by 12 of the artists.
commission earned on sales of the art. which Ebersole also saw the combination as good
Burell claims is the lowest commission exposure for art.
charged in Gainesville pays'Burell's salary.. Indeed there is not a seat in the restaurant
Burell began with the work of friends 'he without a view of a variety of colorful pieces.:
had ''met through his UF classes and the 'The oil paintings water colors, weavings
Artisan's Guild. macrame sculpture, woodcuts, lithographsand
.r "You meet a couple of artists and you meet batiks line the lobby, four dining rooms
their friends and pretty soon you know a lot of and the bar. The only places Burell hasn't
> t people involved in it," Burell said, "There's a covered seem to be.the bathroom.
large art community here. a lot of people "I. thought of it, Burell smiled, "But it
doing a lot of good art people connected with would probably get stolen. We already caught'
the University and people in Micanopy." one guy in there trying to hide four small
Robert Ebersole UF photography pictures under his coat."
professor and the former head of that The types of art displayed at the gallery are
department has several pictures in the as varied as the prices which run from SI2 to

ft4. ......" ':' ,..dlk "*H WPrtWI', V' 011 R.a., collection which also contains pieces by his one thousand.
photo by John moron
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According to the Moodies, who hadn't
i created anything new since "Seventh
Sojourn" in November, 1972 the problem
was that their creativity rnd originality had REVIEWTo
come to a standstill.
t They claimed every time they entered the
recording studio the resultant product would begin "Blue Jays" proves two things. even jac'xet design artist that the Moodies, Only the problem is that Hayward and
sound like somethingf' they already had First, it proves that Justin Hayward and John had err ployed since 1967. Lodge fail to get across what they are trying to
recorded in previous years. Lodge either were the Moody. Blues or have More than compensating for Ray Thomas' say. Perhaps this is only a ,symptom of the
Under such circumstances it was only successfully assimilated the Moodies' style as missing flute is the reappearance of con frustration they have undoubtedly ex
proper that the Moody Blues split and try :their own and as such, this album ran be ductor Peter Knight. Knight it will be perienced over the last few.years.
some new roads to regain the genius that had unofficially deemed the eighth Moody Blues remembered is the man who conducted the Looking at the bright side, however, the
captured the minds, hearts and ears of LP London Festival Orchestra for the Moodies'first strongest and most coherent song on "Blue
millions throughout the world. Second the album proves that Haywardand critically acclaimed masterpiece: "Daysof Jays:' called "Maybe." deals with the conflict
Thus it is with this:perspective that one Lodge while having produced ten Future Passed." between the artist's need for creative
must approach "Blue Jays" a joint effort by melodic and even powerful compositions The dominant weakness of"Blue Jays" can and the elusive_ attainment of expression -
Moodies'guitarist Justin Hayward and bassist .. have nevertheless failed to break out of their be found in the lyrics. In at least half a dozen of mind.In peace

John Lodge. :- .,creativity slump. !songs, superb musical composition is tainted sum. "Blue Jays" }is a frustrated
More specifically, all ten. cuts musically with obscure, if not meaningless words., to break the creative deadlock and attempt
capitalize on various components of the Hayward and Lodge, who for the Moodies musically 'it attains at least the level while
Ooops Moody Blues "sound." It."' all there: the penned some of their best material -. "Seventh Sojourn." I doubt whether of
haunting mellotron. the soothing harmonies.' "Tuesday Afternoon," "Ride My See Saw," from now it will have the a year
wi ;ry'l: ladies &&nd gentlemen, but there emotion-laden, sometimes crying vocals, and "Question," the list runs on-in"Blue Jays," characteristic of the earlier lasting power so
")' .I was a mistake. Thursday. Rusti Brand 'of course Hayward's unique fuzz guitar. deal with the same themes as before: man's albums Moody Blues
man. "Bodies Twist in Expression" was I Reinforcing the belief that "Blue Jays" is lonely search tor identity, meaning and love
unidentified. She is the dire.' 'totnt the UF but another Moody' Blues lP we find within an incomprehensible universe. Of On the other hand, at least Justin
Dance Company. Excuse. Please. Hayward and Lodge utilizing mostly the same course, as long as men continue thinking, and John" lodge are still searching Hayward for
supporting! cast producer: ,engineers and these themes will never become old hat. lost chord. Many others that
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INDIAN DANCE PERFORMANCE NN S W -

Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union, NON CREDIT APPRECIATIONThun. ...nll7.May IS

Asian Studies Department, Public Functionsand 700430pm INSTRUCTOR' _

the Arts'and Sciences Student Council PRIME RIB Bob Douc.".
sIS 1 00 Stud.nli
Indian dance performance featuring three 120 no Non.Studwttt
DINNERSPECIAL COURSES ,.........
itional cultural dances will be presented in the J.jne i cancarnad anrolimg with m alcoholic(ounat

Reitz Union Ballroom at 8:15: .....rog.. will ba roqulrnd to
p.m. on April 18.
Registration 'for all workshops and (lessons will take place In Room haw prool (hot May ara al Icatr
ill, the performer will be giving her first per. 330 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00: p.m., March 3 r through April 11. .K yoan ol og..

once in the Southeastern United States. Tuesday, April Students faculty and staff members and their spout will have

I 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. priority for Itsson enrollment from March 31 through April.4. Only

INDIAN OINNLKioordination ; I after this time will registration be open to other persons. Mrs ICRAITS CENTERWORKSHOn
Due to price and registration differentials, It will be necessary that

with the dance performance the J. ''I Roost PrIm. Ribs of' 6W each person come to register with appropriate Identification. BATIK

Le Reitz Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian. Baked Potato Enrollment for Individual classes is limited and, therefore, on a W.d. April U.jun.4

line. The dinner will precede the performance and I Tossed Salad first themselves.-com., first-terv.d basis. Persons may only register for 200.INSTRUCTORlindaDarty 4 00 p.m:,
Roll and Butter
J give people an opportunity to become Small Beverage Because registration for all workshops and lessons Is limited we 120 00 ltuden"

luainted with food and music of India. must consider your decision to enroll final' by 4:00 p.m. the S27.00 Nan .........

fission Is free, however those attending the Indianner working day'preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will
only be made und.r these circumstances.
| will get reserved seating. $2.25
plus tax CONTfMPORARV WITCHCRAFT, CRAFTfURVT

dived seats for the dance performance will bee : I I TUM.TMIMTOftOMSAI April I IS-Moy 27 SORORYANOMAOC'u...April IS-May 21 Mon 7 JO-9:April:SOpjn 14-Juna. 2 '

available .to those attending the dinner.ets 730-tXpm: : 7304: :30pm. INSTRUCTORUndo :
INSTRUCTORferry : INSTRUCTOROikW : Party.
Davit .JaMullanHOOOSlwdanli $30,00 studios
are $4.00 for U of F students, $5.50 for non- flSOOSmdwiltMOONonStudonlt" ''> '", $26.OO Non-$tudins
Ho Extra Charge'for Meal $ 513 00 Non.Stud..1i
Edents. Plan ASTROLOGY I IThuci. CWUrCAl: GUITAR
inning April 7, tickets will be on sale at the ; Sponsored by the J. .April 17.May 7* (he""lIItI) .
Wayne Tuat.
730-t30:: : ,."mINSTRUCTOR April I IS-May J7
fversity Box Office (Constans Theatre) from 12:00: to Reitz Union and Servomation : 730-: ':30pm. IMBROUWr .,.
aUu.JoMullonHOOOSlwtonft INSTRUCTORChoHlatuaS: Man April 14-May S .
p.m., Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be 730.:: .:30p.m. '
liable at the door: Phone 392.1653 for reser- Sit 00 Non.Siudinss ,110.00 ltudenII INSTRUCTORVirginia :
lIS 00 Non.Shrd.nr.SANOPAINTING Salomon$700Stud'
MlROtOCVU
AND TERRARIUMcONSTRUCTION nl
Wad April la-May M730t HOONonSMdanMBMBROKNRV
ons."A : "
ER PANCHALI /: JOpmINSTRUCTOR: Twat.April I IS-May. 27
7.30.9:30: : p.m.INSTRUCTOR
.. David Cochrono : .
SlOOOStudonftSlSOONonStudanlt.
laanar loiaMitorSllOOSludanti
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CREATIVECOOKERY Mon May 12.Juni 2
HVC-ITRINO BANJO 120 00 Non S1ud.nsMAUI. 7::30-9:30pm,
(.oglnnina' ) INSTRUCTORVirginia :
t4 Mon April 14-MoyU Mon.April 14-May 26 Solomon
730430pm:: : 730430pm:: : $7.00 Stud.rrs
WORKSHOP!
INSTRUCTORGail : INSTRUCTORJon : ".00 Non-Shudins
Glllotclo Schwartz
Featuring the preparation UOOOSludanli.SlSOONonSludanlt. ttOOOShidandtlSOONonStudanH
of' Chicken PJla""'a laBagdadi.nn. I

(Persian nvt-STRma IANJO NEDUPOINT' AND BARCBUO JEWBRV CONSTRUCTION
chicken and rice dish) by (Beginning) Wad April tt-Moy 2:;; {Bagirmlng) ,
Vlol.t Banal. Tuot.April !S-Moy 27 730-tUpm: : .Mon April 14-Juna
,7JO.:3Op.lII.: INSTRUCTOR: 1.90 9:90: p.m."
INSTRUCTORTomMonitioy: Baanorlalghlilt INSTRUCTORUndo :
Wednesday $10.00 Studios Dory
110.00 Stud.nM SliOONonStudanliPAINTING I SU.00 Sludantt.
This is jhe first part of Satyajit Ray's April 9, $tSOONonStudonltBRIOCCI $24 00 Non.StudcnttjrWElRY .

chronicle of a Bengali family and the 7:30 Wad April It-May 2S Ihum.April 17.May 29
p.m. 7::30-*:JOpm. 7JO.:3O:: : p.m.INSTRUCTOR CONSTRUCTION
boy Apu. The story deals mainly withApu's INSTRUCTORAdrian : : (Ined'.Ie)
Dorm 1111 School Tuna April I IV Juna 3
father and his struggle to S10 00 Student SiaOOStudontitlSOONonS .730930pmINSTRUCTOR: .
Reservations are .required. SISOONonSludonltBRIOCill .
"ud nH :
support his family in their ancestral Call 392.1655, 9:30: to 4:30to : IOCI'N ROIL SSVIVAL Undo Dory

village.. The performances from the hold a seat. Thum.' 7JO.:3Op.m.INSTlUCTOll::April: 17-May. 29 Tern::April 1 IS-May, 27730430pm $ISOOludanriS3400NonStudantt.

cast : INSTRUCTOR:
largely non-professional are
Adrian Dovall Tom Bllgott
outstanding. Especially notable is the 1'0.00 Stud.ns 110.00 SmdonM JEWEUVCASTINOThun.
Enrollment is limited, so $15 00 Non-Studen. 115.00 Non.Std.nIs_ .April 17.Juna S
of Chunibala Devi the 200-4.00pm.
as
acting hurry and make riservations CUBS I RECORDER INSTRUCTORHopaWhlta:
with soon<< TUM.April IS-Moy 27 (Baglnnlng" )
aging aunt. In Bengali English 730430pmINSTRUCTOR: : .. Wed.April la-May 29 SlfOO i : Sludantt -
sub-titles. : 7JO.:3O:: : p.lII. $24.00 Non.Sludanlt
MIChO.I Soil INSTRUCTORMichaal :
$10,00 Student
WED, APRIL 9-7.00; 9:30 $1100 Non SfedontiCHtSSN Uqhfnar
2ND FLOOR AUD. FREE tlOOOSkidanliSlSOONonSludanH. QUILTING
Trait May 13-Juna 3
Wad April 16-May 2S730430pm YOGA I
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7:30.9.30m.INSTRUCTOR:
CBLBBRATIONA .
:: Thun.April 17 May 29
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INSTRUCTOR: 1000aml7NoonINSTRUCTOR: .
a A OF THDB ARTSTUESDAY MIcIro.I Sail : Virginia Solomon
$10.00 Student. kort.t John_ S700Sludonlt
i, A WEEK OF PLAYS, MOVIES, 115.00 Nprr-StudmrN" $1100 StudiosIS.OONamSludos. $8.00 Non-StudaoH

't 1 CONCERTS, EXHIBITS CROCHETING _
QUILTINGTuna
YOGA I
Wad April la-May M April/ IS-May 6730.930pm
Tuna April IVMoy 77
7JOpm: : .
10:00 am-" 12 noon :
INSTRUCTORAlka :
INSTRUCTOR
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INTERNATIONAL CULTURE soon.." sru itPLOWW '. SlOOOSMdanMSIlOONanSlwdanli $ $700SlwdaniiS.OONonSmdanlt

APRILS EXHIBmON .

1 1:00-5:00: )( : p.m. JWRU Gallery i h :,; ARRANGING ADVANCE SALE OF
Council of Wad April 'la-May 21
presented by the 730430pm: MOVIE TICKETSThe
International Organizations INSTRUCTOR:
Joal Buchanan Reitz Union sells advance tickets to its movieson

BOX THEATER presented by the Florida Player. 10.00 Stu.. ....! Friday afternoons from 4:30: p.m.
w.-.. y. Aiwll. t LUNCH SI 500 Non Student 12:30t.m.
Noon Reitz Union North lawn at the Union Box Office ( J. Wayne

Movie "Pother PanchoH" ReitZ Union). At each Friday Advance Sale tickets

'7:00: : 9:30: p.m. JWRU Auditorium are available for shows that evening through"the
Paths fIIoncholl' translates Mb"lOng of the rood." Musk compoMCI and played by RovlShcInkor. following Thursday evening.In .
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'the ItNggling fotherIeov. CROW YOUR OWN
An pic, chronkle of a Bengali family and the boy Apu he returns (otanlc OMIeftlRt'UM. addition, the Box Office opens one-half hour

.. his onceI village to find a better job. After earning some money 73030p.m::April: IS-May 77 before each show (providing the show has not
to find his family.
tragedy In UNIVERSITY JAIl lAND INSTRUCTOR Son Pollock: been sold out,during the Advance Sale). At these

1hurscl.y. April' 10 12:30: p.m. JWRU Colonnade liaOOStaaanMliOONontudnli times, tickets may be bought only for the show thatis

M4 yf April' 11 DATE TEAM IXHIimON i $I about to run.

Noon RENAISSANCE+ JWRU ENSEMIU Colonnade Persons buying tickets will be required to show

8:15: p.m. + Medical Scl.nces Building Auditorium, (CROW YOUR Gardening OWNOrgonk ) identification appropriate ,to-their status (student, y

TALENT SHOW Thun." April 17.May 2* faculty, staff) in the. University Community. Two

9:00: IlxttIBITnONthAND SALE 7304.30pm INSTRUCTOR: tickets may be purchased with a single I.D.

s.tu...,.. April 12 MY 10:00: a.m. 6:00: p.m. JWRU Colonnade i North Lawn $10.00 fan.1'DI1eck Student. No advance tickets may be purchased any other

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2 Quom 12in. extended range speakers I tss5rr .
Magazine in nice big hand-mode cabinets w-' I 1 $2 N. MAIN ST. fMCNi J735247ANNOUNCEMENT I If.er
louvered grill. look and sound great
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$100 cell 373-2073 (o-5t-10B-p)

faUfe 'a Custom Hondo 350: Hog rear end, 8".
over with dual! lights, tbar, 15.000
miles, asking $650 or best offer Coll
378-0370 oft 3:30. (o-IOt-106-p)
.Y..Touring Co. fender mustang electric guitar thardshell SYLVIA KRISTEL

COM excellent'condition call.
373-7954 (o-St-lOB-p)_ 1 WESTERN STATE"' UNIVERSITY ,
LIVE! ON STAGE ,
Mens 15 speed racer 24"all alloy campy
derail very light must sell. mornings and COLLEGE LAWOF @
OPENING TOMORROW NIGHT eves 373-97011165 (o- -108-p)

GOOD SOUND All pioneer equip.
2 Shows? & 10 Reserved Seats $5& $6 speakers 60 watt peak each turntable ORANGE COUNTY
pl-41 belt drive sii ISOOp amplifier call CALIFORNIA'S LARGEST LAW SCHOOLruuY ,
b 3784)650) after 5:30. (o-St-109-p)
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+e1! Accttorno BY TNI COMMITTEE e# MI wasnever
beautiful maple lowboy drawer chest 8. IXAMINIIS Of ,THi STATI BAR Of CAUKHMM
mirror, 1417 nw 6 pl. 373-3616. oho
233 W. Univ. Ae. 377-3313 gaope ale this frl', sat, 8 sun; same OFFERS A CHOICE OF FOUR

Tickets Available at: Rebel Discount Box)( OfficeDON'T address, camping. Muff lamps, books. PROGRAMS OF LAW STUDY:
(o-5t-10tVp)
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MISS IT! e IN IITHII 2% or 3 MAM of Mtt-nMI Uw study
Davidson 1974 XLCH 1000
Harley cc weak .
((15.16 classroom hours pr ), ore .
kickstart recently tuned 1800. call Tom
after 6 at 3760343 (o-3l-107-p) IN IIWI >% er 4 fAtS of PART T1MI day evening, .
For sole: sears 26 inch men's ten speed or weekend 1 law study ((3 classes per week, 3-4 hours like
bicycle great condition. $50 or best per class),
TUCKER'S AUTO offer. Coll sherry at 377-4459 after 5.00
e You can elm your JUKIS OOCTOI |J.D.) degree end
((0-51-107) become. eligible to tike tfc* CALIFORNIA IAIIXAMINA.TION .

REPAIR oka!reel to reel deck ploys great won't .
record w-epprox 25 tapes$100.9-0 penn WRITS rOR CATALOGUI this;
"THE STUDENTS FRIEND"1O w-rod + 80 Ib I dacron 55. remington
electric mod 61 1 1lk*new$100 373-7785 Dept.12

((0-5MQ7-P) 1111 North State College;Blvd.

% 2 bedroom mobile, home, expandable <2jmnaf
Fullerton CA 92631 .uat.
living room & boy window must see to (
parts discount to students appreciate beautiful panelling I shag
carpet 372-4237 ((0.7t.I08.p)_ (Coordinate Campus:

We repair |vc stereo system with speakers, new Provisionally Accredited
kodak 35mm camera, yoshica 35mm a I. 1333 Front St.
all makes and models. with flash, waterbed with frame liner
call and make offer 392.82/16 (o-5t-106- Sin Diego, CA 92101))

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Boss guitar Guild starfir with one FALL SEMESTER BEGINS AUGUST 28, 1975ALL
red with hardshell ... f..1.oed
pickup. Cherry cos yeet
rtOGRAMS ALSO START IN JANUARY tt7
TOWING SERVICE *
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very good condition $150 coil 373-5680 wW euns 8.4.ADULT
mams oi fioiiAiir miuii
I ITUDINT ITUOINT LOANS
((0.31.1 106-p)

Free lube job living rm furn 3 pc couch 2 chair table Aprtovto rot VIHIANS _
$73 debbie, 373-3791 "liberia II bicycle J ADMISSION ONLY I
$85 (ofr-108-p)
ID. REQUIREDI
with oil &V filter change1124
biccycl' 10 speed villa 26 Inch boy's WILL II CHECKS!
with, generator light,chain, lock and tire
378-8532 pump included! six monthsoldl call vie
S E 4th St
377.8308 for $$$ (o-3t-105-p)

stereo components or xb91 turntable
SATISFACTION GUARANTEE6 realistic 40 watt receiver' koii pro4oa
headphone, and fisher p53b speakers 1
great shop vie 377-8308 (o-5t-105-p)

for sole schwlnn varsity 22' boys 10 10 In ho mall In the mall I

ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES speed With generator light and book
rock good condition call 373-3234 $75 -

des Crseir w6'' (oJt-109p) .
Nominated for 6
Peavey PA system 400 series$600 or best Academy Awards
offer call 377-2049 or 3784563 ((0....:
N. w. Lira r. 7:15: 9:10: ALL NEW 109.P)_
itAIMA
Petti ft 2 35 mm camera encellepf 3:30:
condition$80 or best offer call 3784846 7:00 I
THE FOUR or 373-9740 ofter $-", (o-5i-109) 4:00: :::30
10 month old salty backpack the biggest 6:00
rm in stock. want $50 and con be reachedat 8:00 MURDER ON I II THE,
373-9338 ask for John or Torn (o-2t-:
MUSKETEERS. C '109.p)___ 10:00: ORIENT I EXPRESS
1968 mobile horn 12x58 air control! heat'' PG .
TECHNICOLOR' a PRINTS BY DE LUXE' ,
t wall to wall carpet kenmore dryer 2 1
bedrooms excellent condition $4,000
'
cell 378-0449 '(o-7t-IOv-p)_, ,Nominated for.'11 3 Academy Award JFk 4 I
architects + interior designers-Moylin Nominations % 7
CENTER |
730: 930A : odiustoble dwg desk 30" x 42" $40 col) Academy Awards
5s w/ Jon 392-8307 evenings ((0.51.1091') I
ELLEN
BURS1YN
for sole-1968 chair van, excellent
running condition .like new tires, long
.automat Irons, $800.00-Coll Peggy at KRIS KRISTDFFERSON
3727348 ((0- -109.p) "
3:30:
3:15 *
7:00: :
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roomotes wonted'for house irt sw

1, section, large yard o-c, quiet, com
pletely furnished $75mo no lease colt %& ANYMORE
Film PG
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FOR RENT FOR RENT WANTED WHY NOT FLY FORTWA '

MOW: Roomate needed
to share
J TO SK WITH.CAftUTV' bedroom opt. 3 from spacious 2 large opt for 2 -3 min from campus oir- GOLD! t SUVtR Top pines paid for class
r" Pr.f.ioul student Jim 377-5909 pub.( condit., oil utilities, phone IInenl/mold rings old jewelry etc. confidential, Call
service,
3M09-P) *ISO month 1708 $.W. 43 ave OZZIE 373-3894 (e-49-IQ5-p)
376 1306, 392-IS40 (b.St-107-p) .
room torrent private; $ao Incl all 2 bn furnished Need 1 roommate own room In 2 br
..-"" utilities;alto a-c Ian week of April fr.. section sublet $170 apt oir, quirt NE. townhouse,dishwasher,shag carpet$95
+ oil of July free call Sieve 01 392.3028 ,7318 (b-5t.Q7.p| ) per month call 377. monthly t4 utilities,April rent free call
t TV* Channel A wetnerctimnel. + 371-1122 (b-51-109-9)) 373-4537: keep trying (c-5t-106-p)
UPI l Hew Mow York Room For Rent large ROOM FOR RENT house In n. action,
Exdtett9e RPM Motion en modern house trees loro.e fenced back two mole roommates needed f for 4 br'
TTchermrml" 4 AM yard nest to campus$63.00 month + I I3 call gory after yord-pots welcome opt. $80-mo + '4 utilities I mo. + $25
MPdand 6pm
utilities call after 377.5325b.5M06.( )
5
""IoM... ... 3734106: (b-3M09- to move in now.coll 373-4043. (c5t109gJ -

USUVBHITYCnYUVtStONCASUCaiMO p) br Needed female roommate to sublease I )_____________ Transworid Airlines Is
3 bedroom KOUM. I W both, screened '/> opt utilities near 3734724 VA available now. 77.50 + Need someone who Is good at statistics seeking stewards and
AI No MAIN IT. porch foundry 2.ofOmanth 2311N.!. 11th (b.31.I019)IN ) and research $2.00 hr. call renee after
Terr. 372-3480: :37S7430 377.5232 (b1099) -"- CAN HElf YOU FIND A HOME OR 5pm 372.9177 No. IS (c-St-W-p) stewardesses employmentthis

) APARTMENT. Joel Bridal. Realtor 404 male roamate wonted 67"+W utilities summer.A .
S.W. 4ih, avenue, J77-6700.' ((8.104- brondwine opts. K-95 281 1 sw archer rd. .
, Chg) anytime after 2:30: and weekends (c-Jt- \ .

MOWARD-RAWUNGS LIBERAl + Clean Female to then room '09-py)_ .. TWA' ;representative+ 'will l-i be: on

Auditions for Dry CollarMrtMtnliMMnt. In Vittayo. $5373 + $23. deposit Call campus to discuss employment
378-3157 (b-St.I07-)
HELP WANTED opportunltes and answer questions.The .
I Bdrm Ail I block from
A u coffHhoute whit II.. If you .r. Interetfed, thru August with option campus.to renew.Sublet Call .. ,. ;
tebiRAVYUNGS lobby April 10.et 1:00'..... 372.1127 or 373-2593 Available' April ,Earn$3.00 for approx.1 hour Volunteers : "
>5th $135 month (b-3M07-p) (mole and female)needed for study of baal reaulrement' *ore: Over 20 years old riofghr' to 6'2"with .
I Interpersonal accuracy. Call 392-1038 proportionate weight, excellent heolm,',vision correctobfe to 20-
one or rwo large bedrooms available to between 7.30-10pm. April 7 through 10 30 or be".,..App/Jcoois' must be willing/ / 10 relocore.Bases: New York.
sublet from a three bedroom apt. at the for appointment. (.-.-10B-p) Chicago Kansas City, Lot..../.., Son rVonciseo. TWA will arrange
kings crook opts.prefer liberal male call your Inwnportofton to and from your base station'
ofter 7pm 373-2531: Port time morning news routes must
(b-51.105-9))
SELFPROTECTION- have Irons post cash bond far Info call ,
liberal roommate shore 2br, opt; o-C Flo Times Union 372-4451 (e-3t-l08-
carpeting dishwasher 'other extras .ourly briefings will be
immediate availability $90mo + Vi mil. Wanted married couple to do maint.n.nce -
call od 373-7026 (b-4.108-p) work m exchange for apart held at Room 361 of the Reitz Union.
ment Call 376-9668 to 5 (e-ft-109t)
Own BR in Townhouse. Sublease to
begin Immod.Proratod rent for Aprlthrumid wonted three student to share three
June. Prl., ontr. It 104550. All util bedroom two bath apartment In exchange MON. APRIL -9AM -.2PMTUES.
far doing maintenance work call
CLASS paid. Near campus 378- l53
378-1668 9 to 3 (e-fr-109-c)
(b-t-IOS-p)

own room In 4 bedroom townhouse one ., APRIL 8 -9 AM -4 PM

Begins block from campus. color tv, pool, oc, AUTOS
mold 9O-mon. 372-1360 (b3tlCpl)

I mole roommate needed for spring 1969 ,Opel station wagon excellent No Telephone Calls
quarter at oak forest apartment I 182 for mechanical cond, 30mpg $850 or best:; An Equal Opportunity Employer
$70 + 1-3 utilities,call tim at 3778931.. offer,Bill 373-2403 anytime (g-St-lOo-p)

Tonight7-9 p.m. (b-4t-106-p) 1968MGC,6 eye.good gas mileage AM-
.
need r-m 3 b-r country vllloge opts d-w FM, wire wheels, overdrive excellent! .......
attheWomen's o-c, cheap'utilities, own room $83 mo. condlt101'$I(00 call 3734149: (g-St-105P r.. ,
nice place. .call 371-9636 anytime (b-5t- ) Independent Florida Alligator
105-91
classic 1959 Austin-Heoley I 1004, with I

Gym 1 or 2 fem roomates wanted far summer overdrive, good, motor' and runninggear. .CLASSIFIED'MAIL IN.
i 'II
at summit house $48 for 2 $96 for I Sacrifice of $1,000 Call harry 5843050 -
person do It now ovoid later complications ; Perry fl. after 6:00: (g-5t-10B-p)

I Limited enrollment. Call Martha, opt d-1 or cal)373-5398, (b-5t- 73 gremlin for sale excellent condition II
tOT-fil) $1889 cash or assume payments $70 CLASSIFICATION: ( S. Q r; i!
UPD monthly with equity leaving for europe 9 10 i
Varnes 392-1111 j 5"
| or come WANTEDone call george 373-8219 (St-IOB-p) (for sale rrrr -+ I: '. I.

TONIGHT. First session of I for sole 1974 hondo cb 125 good con- for rent' 5" t::
dition 2 helmets $475 bill 373-1617: ((0'StI08pI I I
FREE female wanted to share 3 bdr apt. ) wanMdI 8T
an 8 week course. | one hundred a month master bedroom _( help wonted 1: I
notify elaireor deitra at 377-0408 (c-5t- 67 chevy" runs good needs body work auto N
:unded by Student Government 10691I $200. best offer, or will trade for ,.
I. I
motorcycle of similar value. call 377. =
I or 2 roommates needed now at land-
-0652 or 303 nw 17 H.opt. 28 (g-f-109-p) lost & found
.mark No. 49. come by after 400 pm or rrrrrr .
call office for Info own room, 9000. 1972 vega stationwagon new battery, I services I
shore for ".00 (e-5t-105-p) alternator tires, runs perfect. has air
cond, 'powersteering, radio $1700 or I I"I
responsible female roommate own rm
l'r/a make offer, must sell. 377-7369 (g-5t- rrrrrp g
l n In trailer, $70-mon + V. util. 7117 sw '
archer rd.lot 2012 call Janice at 378-1092 loo-p)__ I DAYS TO RUN: :: J >K
or 377-7195 (e-St-105-p) 1969 fiat 850-syder engine in'good
condition new cylinder head 30 + mpg I'day 1 I
3 speed transmission for 1962 Ford body in /fair condition $625 or best offer r rrr-P
Falcon station wagon call 373-2490. Ask, colt evenings 373-1200: (g-5t-109-p) ;
.
I 3 day 10 percent II
for ED
(e-2t-l08-p) __
for : Wanted 4 days discount i i
Female Roommate Starting May
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1st Village Park Aprs. 1001. S.W. 16th PERSONALwill 5 day or more. [ j f 'ii"I

Ave. Apt 19 Call 3724041 (e-5t-108-p) 20 percent discount :'
the lady with the blue car to
young I I
WANTED: 110 16 set of weights with
whom I was so obnoxious for runningme
Buy One- benchprets platform. colt afternoons. off the rood near Crystals fast This form may be used to | '
376-1061 ask for bruce (e-2t 108-p) I 'I
monday please call rate( 373-0576 (j I..- place classified ads either in ftI
Roommate, spring quarter, 2bdr, air, 106-p)_ person or by mail. The f

Get OneRee pool mark", etc. ($58.00 close 4i to campus utilities"the) tall land 377 Vitamins Dalpha tocophorols 1 0001.u. I minimum charge 'It $1.25 for \ a. I

1239 o.k for Bob Bill or Steve (c-St.08- 100 lobs$13.00 Rosehips 1000 mg. 100 I four line! For each additional ,
pI) tabs$3.50 Gmseds powder 25.00 per lb. line, odd 35 cent*. Multiply the I
delivered to you 10 days Adrienne call total by the number of day the
needed shore rent of
Male roommate to I
,377-1646 or 37804585t107.p(| ) I
two bedroom opt. Quiet area. $90 per ad i II to run and subtract the !::S.I .
month 3''4 electric bill. Visit 300 so 8th it Assertiveness training group for men t discount. The discount Is g' '
or call 3788388 doug (3t-108-p) women. Need MEN Meets Wednesdays applicable only for consecutive I

female roommate wonted April rent 3.5 pm. For more info call Bev or Dave Insertion a
free 67.50 + '/ utilities share fun parties Univ. Counseling Center 39215753l(| I I
Sunday brunch at brandywine opts call 108-c)_ THERE ARE NO REFUNDS I
I 378-1903 after 6 (c..I08-9)) I I

Wonted Someone to share 1252 2 : Acceptance of payment with g
PIzza I.nn. bedroom mobile home Arredondo I advertising copy doe not I

Village pool, tennis courts $65 +. V. constitute a binding agreement rt
.. Coll Bill 373-7455 (c-5t-108) I the florldeAlligator I
and utilities on Independent .
Bring this coupon k \ I I" n \ sold ;
to publish
receive one pizza fret with Need I roommate own room in 2 br I The Independent Florida copy I
townhouse.,dishwasher shag carpet $95
of'
the purchase of one Alligator reserve the right to
monthly + "*utilits./iprll rent free cell
equal!value.One coupon 373.4537 keep trying (c-5t.106-p)_, act a* sole ludg. on the C I
visit picas suitability of any and all od.vertising .- 'ii" 10
per submitted for = I
copy. l ::
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offered lost wllson kramer TYPE all your reports and
tennis roquet In front of jennings dorm manuKripn. CHEAP RATES. Call 392-'
call :392-9479 l-fr-109-p(l ) 0163 front III(our office). (m-H-109-p)
CLASSIFIEDSPERSONAL CW PREPARATION COURSE near U.f. IS
tort.black.female.shoehalrdogahout65.I -
...In.vlc In I'yo f.w6Jov..ond.: hour, $33; course repreatoble fr...
211..no.'og..chok.r.373.0077 $25 Score 1000 by the Mcond try or your
reward (l-5t-106-p) money bock.Call ((305))B347466.WT,( -
99-PJ)_____________
-- SAT PREPARATION COURSI near U.t.20
GeKMfSERViCES 2-4 hour, 170. Half of our students scored
PERSONALKARATE PERSONALThank PERSONAL frM. 70
Explore self and personal energy over 60a Court repeatable pt.
by the second: try or your
Wedding, Invitations from $1140 per EXIBITION you bruce for the fun we hod 10 Week of golf lessons, 9 holes each Marathon group In gestalt and Improvement bock. Attend first class' free no
100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of Sot.April 1975710 9 pm frtday\ night..The burn brothers' shall not week by Tom Chelleml for $30. Wed bio.n.rgetlcsBoston theroptst-limitedto obligation money Coll ((305)) M-J'466.. (J-8T-(
styles. Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main. Gainesville High School Gym sing 'In vain. Thanks 01, chuch, John, eves 7:30: pm West end. 20 advanced 12-$70.toll 3730798 (m-IOt-IOt) V9-P) ft-
3769951. (l.i-rr-105-t) NW 13th St.Adults$2.00 eld $1(00)() glenn niktto, ,ellen lori),scot,antis (/Ml- participants max. call lam 373-2721 (I51.107 I-| learn how la sew and make your own
(l-SMOB-p) 1 IQv-P)_ _) clothes. I will teach you In my home. WIRED FOR SIGHT
Bookpocks, white stag speedo bathingsuits *Eftjsloss' Super Mort"
hiking shorts,rugby shirts Allen's Tamasha I care for you very much and I Congratulations. Bill Albanol You won LOST FOUND Call 377-3563 Reasonable Roles. (m-St- UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
Aquatic and Troll Center, 344 West wont in to be able to hove a hell of a first prize in the cln city unicorn hunt.For lost! sr-50 calculator union tv room on 106-p) '300 SW.Ih Av. 3718.1180t503C
University Ave, 373-9233 (J-FR-103-C) good life If it I It meant to be. NopIut.1 delivery of award,please call 372-1881.) march 19. will offer reword for return. 1.0.PHOTOS )
) Wongy (|.2MOB-p! ) I'j-11.109-p) passports resumes, and applications
Gay Community Service Center Gqy coll 373-0571.: (l-St-loe-p) 377-0797 HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN COAtS
camera
men and women meet each Thurs. KARATE UNIFORMS. Qualify bleached. I'll bet you haven't ventured over to Found -Watch In peobody room 7 coil work natural studio sylle 1219 portraits.W. Univ. Ave. (",-201. BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
15th call Sites 56 only$28. karate-Do 1215 NW bilbo + goldalfs yet. You should,
evening at 7pm at 107 NW ter |Ion 372-3482 (l-St-lOB-nc) -Sn.ovING-MfMCRY-ATKETICS
372-168)) for information Tom (i-IOt-106- 5th Ave, I blk off 13th St. 378-7131) (|I. because It', the only real! coffee house 91-p) Learn lolf-Aypnoti 373-3099 Donald G.
P1. IQMOB-p) .in Gainesville, Come over to our living lost calico cot (white-red-blk) NW Europe "Israel' Africa Asia travel Pratt-Cwtifled AAEH (m40l6p) .
section Answers to flekya Reword call
room 2300 N W 6th St. (HM09.p) discounts year round student olr travelinc
HELPI Are you a Vietnam Vet? rd like to Small KARATE Classes $25 LESSONS man "Joy gives' us wings. In limes of (joy our 376-4788 (l-St-lOfrp) 4228 first ave tucker go.:30084(404)( ). 'looking for a fun SAFE way to loam
interview YOU. Call Keith 378(1(j j-- per strength is more vital, our Intellect kitten lost 3-28 at 20th t.,nlv., black + 934-6600 (-25t-M-J)) scuba? $30-50 hr. floss include spring
1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th St.)Mon thru
4 2 ocvondlvM/ starts TUft.Apr. ',7pm
51.I white .block + chin, flea collar,
06-p w nose
)_ keener Yield not to grief and 011equlpm.nt
Sot even; 7to9 37871312ot10gp() ) Scuba classes stating april 21 WMwood Middle School (rm..IOI..pHOIlSES \
sorrow" Boho'l Writings (j-lt-109-p! ) onw"'O"kitten, reward 373-2766 ifyou'y. provided soles, service,
Over 100 companies now hiring college HAVE FUNI)MAKE ANIMATED TITLES with .grown to love her,lull call. + say co-host
trips, rentals, ok. Tom AIM ( BOARDED: Little Prairie Ranch e
grods. Send $2.00 and stomped return GYMNOS be
Is channel 20
going to on Iv she's safe l-5t-IQ6-p
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envelope' to JOB MARKET Box 381382, SuperB or 16mm Cameras Easy instructions Wednesday at 9, for Wild Kingdom on TV) Aliens Aquatic t mi. from UF all facllltlos, Ion of riding
morning more
little River,Miami,Florida' 33138. (|j-SI- $1. Swank, 657 Willobor, information call 373-1407 for write eye glasses found by architecture Trail Center, 3448 West University, Ave. room. Stalls $75. Posture $25. 376-4719)
Washington CH Ohio 43160 (|-5t-l07.p) p.o. building at end of winter In hard M8T-I03-C' ) )
quarter 373-9233 ( >v. (m.lft-102-p
I06-P) box 12541! 32604
_____ city (|I.11.109-p.)
block case call :392-7172) ((1-4t-IQ6-p)
COED'S facial hair removed permonenlly. TYPING, EDITING -- Theses, Diner-' ,
'learn ale-new! clots starting toe April Call Edmund Dwyer vote for the Independent candidate Man's class ring found InlIE/ Section Potions Term Papers experienced typist, learn karar-ow class starting tea april
8 male female, for more Info and electrologitt over 20 years experience stuart sherei for senate college of arts + Stronohan High School call 376-4719) to ma In english Ibm selectrlc phone B, mole; female, for more Info and
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} Students,are s.kedto, bring; "their'bodies
each problem he said. their blankets and their guitars" to the
Students will rate tach problem one overnight SAC-in at the Plaza. Mcintyre said.
through three, one meaning "does the THE GROUP HOPES to have several
problem aflect you in, such a way that it legislators speak during the 'SAC-in, including
hinders your education;" two meaning "does, ,Board of Regents member Marshall
the problem exist but doesn't( bother you," Harris, although the plans have not yet been
and three ,meaning "the problem doesn't' finalized Mcintyre said. .
bother you at all," Marks said.' The SAC-in will serve as a form of protest
THE PROBLEMS students and faculty are against .cutbacks. Dennis Fear, SEG said.
asked to rate in the letter include "over- 'We cannot depend on just the legislatureto
enrollment, over-crowded classrooms increased do something about cutbacks. The
tuition money not being recycled into legislators( will hear us,only if we can get them
-j' UFo faculty cutbacks, and inadequate library out on 'campus (during the SAC-in)" Fear
facilities" he said. said. .
All of the letters will personally be deliveredto Students Against Cutbacks demand that
the members of the Board of Regents, in there be no tuition increases or employe
I addition to the results (of the student and layoffs. Mcintyre said.' ,
CALL THEM faculty members' ratings Marks said. THE OBJECTIVE of SAC which numbers
Marks said he hopes to start passing out approximately 30 members is' "to show our
copies of the letter at the "beginning of next concern over budget cutbacks by rallying and
AS week" and have students posted at each demonstrating." she said.
school to pass out the,letters he said. "We're having,a rally to bring attention to
MARKS SAID the purpose of the letter'is students that there are cutbacks and that it is
YOU SEE THEM "to show the Board of Regents that the largest affecting their education/'McIntyre said. '?F
university in the state of Florida can mobilizethe A new UF student group called the Environmental
different ideas of at least 15,000 students. Protection Fund might lobby in
The Student Chapter of the American the future about education "funding. Tom
tuition hikes Society of Civil Engineers is another student Elligett 4AS president of the group said.
Forcefully oppose group which plans to use a letter-campaign to "Right( now we plan ,to lobby on just environmental
show its concern over budget cutbacks. issues but once we get some
President Thomas McEldowney II, SEG said. phone numbers and start meeting with very
'. Protect student interest in faculty THE CHAPTER has 128 members and "is important people then we might branch off
shooting for each member to send letters to into lobbying on education issues.. Elligett
collective bargaining. four different legislators," he said. said."At
The demonstration or "SAC-in", sponsored this stage in the game it's too soon to
by Students Against Cutbacks will be include us" as a student group who will be
Create Off-Campus Associationto held Friday night, April llth at 7 p.m. in the lobbying against education funding cutbacks
Plaza of the Americas Jo McIntyre SAC he said.

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"::., At least two Gaineville boutiques have solda Both boutiques will refund money on the
: line of blouses and sweatshirts that are now .unsafe items if accompanied by a sales
Extend visitation hours. "i_" being recalled for failure to meet flameproof receipt. Bang Bang however said they will try

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company's warehouse Hialeah Fla.
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Consumers can also contact the company
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Ave. South, New York,' N.Y. 10016 or by
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which are part of the 1974 summer and fall
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'.J <;.There'sANeedFor ; ; ; products were sold by Bang Bang 1800 W. open house this weekend with new quarterly
University Ave.. and Silver City. 8 SW 7th rates to benefit students according to club
Ave. president Alan Peltz.
The camp, located 12 miles east of .
Silver City: said that they have sold out of ,Gainesville off state road 20-A,has two pools
the Milea-Sinclair line, while Bang Bang said a game room and nature trails for members.
they still might have a few of the company's Rates for 12 weeks are S40 for couples andS
products left. 35 for singles Peltz said.




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MAKE IT HAPPEN

of the 1975 session of the Florida association of public television stations
legislative session.*'hich begins April 8,will be located in Gainesville. Pensacola
t broadcast locally on television station WUfT. .,, Tallahassee. Jacksonville Orlando. Tampaand
JIMEATON DAN Channel 5. Miami.
The show called "Today in the
LOBE I Legislature." is provided by' Florida Public Lecture-recital l setUPs
: Broadcasting.
: VIDEOTAPED HIGHLIGHTS of each Department of Music will sponsor a
President. Vice-President day's legislative activities along with lecture-recital entitled "Music hu Colonial
analysis will be shown In an hour-long report America" Thursday. at 8:15 in the 'Music
'.' each week night during the session at 10. Bulling.
:fe' Also a special telecast of Goy Reubin Dr. David Kushner,will perform selections
Advertisement Askew's opening address to the joint meeting from "Colonial Virginia" and compositions
Maid Political J of both legislative houses will be. shown live at by J.F Peter and Francis Hopklnsoa. Excerpts -
by 10:30 a.m., April 8. from "The Beggars Opera" win also be
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,UF Serino Football beains
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By ANDY COHEN FIRST THE Gators have only two offensive linemen,
Alligator sport Writer Gerald Loper and Mike' Williams, who saw any action last
With the beginning of Spring football practice scheduled year.,"This worries me" Dickey said."From tackle to tackleon
tor today UF's Doug Dickey is optimistic that the confidencehis offense,we're a very inexperienced team. We've got to find
team gained during last year's 8-4 season will carry over to some starters there." -
Spring drills and on in to the 1975 campaign. Then the Gator coach has to find replacement: for All
"Last year this I football team had confidence they could Southeastern Conference wide-out. Lee McGriff. "But we
play with anybody. Before that they just didn't have it." said have a little experience there with Glenn Sever and Wes
Dickey as he gazed up and down his team's roster. Chandler all coming back." Dickey said.
t 4 4eIIIIII1 "SOME EARLY wins gave us that confidence but that one And finally, there's the defense. Though it was once
let down against Kentucky really hurt us. We didn't even heralded as the best in the conference it has been.puncturedby
practice: well that week:' graduation.
But the early season wins, the Kentucky letdown and the REPLACEMENTS MUST be found for linebackers Glenn
Sugar Bowl defeat are all far back in Dickey's mind this weekas Cameron and Ralph Ortega, as well as defensive backs Tyson
he is preparing to greet 105 players for the beginning,of Sever and Randy Talbot.All .
drills. four positions are wide open now but Dickey says he
Dickey has a very basic philosophy concerning the meaningand hopes to form some definite conclusions: : during Spring drills.
the format of Spring football. He believes that Spring is a Dickey tried to get a headstart on practice by making four
time of fundamental development. position changes. "We've moved Jimmy Stephens from tight-
_ _ "WE'LL SEE who can take tirst-string pressure." he said. end to linebacker Ron Enclade: from fullback to tight end
; "A lot of the younger players will get a definite chance to play and Melvin Flournoy from defensive guard to center:' Dickey
and they know it.
"For the first 10 to 12 days well see who can stay with it." said."IN ADDITION we've moved quarterback David Wrightto
Dickey is openly excited about the prospects: for this yean defensive back."
offensive backfield which has a season of wishbone ex- Three players Joe Allen Eddie Sirmons and Robbie Moore
perience behind H.. will miss Spring drills due to knee Injuries
"THEY DIDN'T get the wishbone really down until mid- Dickey feels he had a sound recruiting year and singles out
season last year" Dickey said. "So with everyone from last wide receiver Tony Stephens of Sarasota being one of his
r year coming back, I think our offensive backfield is in fine top grabs. .
shape:' "We signed a couple of tight ends that might grow into
} Dickey says for now he plans on getting the ball more to last tackles" Dickey said.
,, year's superstar :Tony Green who according the Gator The Gators will practice four times a week during Spring
.: ::i::; ... coach"will be seeing a lot more action this season." drills which includes scrimmages every Wednesday and
photo by chip hires Though a strong offensive backfield) comforts Dickey there Saturday.The .
I UFS STANDOUT RUNNING BACK TONY GREEN are three areas that deeply concern him and he plans on using four weeks of drills will be concluded on May 3 with
.expected to see more action irf'75 Spring Drills to find some remedies for those areas.RIBEYE the annual Orange and Blue intrasquad game.

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NICK PUGLIESE

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Dave Roberts' name wilt appear in the [976%((1 it ion-of the r err
4 GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS.
1 IF oiTre guessing that he ate SO hard-boiled eggs in a half
hour, or played tiddleywinks for tour consecutive days, you u
haven't been paying attention to the sports pages lately n A
ROBERTS SET a new world record tor the pole vault on
owr March 28 during the Florida Relays by clearing the bar at )J8'-
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Roberts' vault was no tluke. In fact, he had predicted that 9photo
he would break the record before this year was out.
"I KNEW I had a good chance to set the record, but it kind
X1llw.'' of surprised me that it happened at the first meet," the 23-
year-old UF grad student said.
If you like to be a part of the moving generation-you How does one feel after he sets a world's record?
have to try the Hobie Way of Life. It's action and "It's hard to describe the teeling. It was a nice surprise to
enjoyment,.freedom and exhilaration. It's the com look up and see the bar still up there. After that it was "
panionship of thousands of others with the same complete elation," said the Florida Track Club member. .
things in common. It's'more than 500 regattas a year SETTING A world record with a fiberglass pole is a long \01'
and everyone qualifies from first time sailor to expert. way from competing in a backyard in Conroe. Texas with a
fence-post tor a pole,but that's how Roberts got started at the t
Join the moving generation of Hobie Cat owners. early age of II.
You'll find it's of Life.
a Way "I used to play around with a fence-post in my backyard, ----"-
See them at your dealer now. and it was a lot-of fun So I stuck with it," the softspokennative by gg.; kochonioc |ir,
Texan said. WORLD RECORD HOLDER DAVE ROBERTS
SIE He won the pole vault state championship in 1969 during .started with a fence post
CAT his senior year at Conroe High School.
., HIS VAULT was IS'-2", but his best in high school "I'm not complaining though. It makes me teel good that
a way of life "
competition was IS'-8". people care noted Roberts.
While attending Rice University. Roberts won the NCAA "I'M STILL primarily a student. If vaulting interfered with
J1 pole vault championship three years in a row, one AAU my studies then I'd have to give it up"he added.
The championship, and after graduation still another AAU title. For the future there's the 1976 Olympic games in Montreal.
His best vault before last Friday had been 18'. Roberts feels he'll be there as a member of the U.S. team.
Sail 3702 N.MAIN'Shop LIFE HAS become more hectic for Roberts now, but his "I'm definitely shooting at that(the Olympic games). Rightnow
studies still come first. I'm working on specific things. I plan on continuing on
377-SAIL "A lot of people have been calling me to offer their the same schedule still going after the record,"he said.
congratulations. I've given my life story so many times that Are you listening GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD
I've got it down to two minutes. RECORDS?

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The Independent Florida Alligator 0 0 T .a On n. C.s.e F do Not otfoay o.scoted IA.0*h.Unvry o*Ford 'FTESI)AY AI'R"8. 1975 VOL.67, NO.108 Pres idents now s ubject to periodic evaluation Ihe Board of Regernt Monday adopted a rule that makes university presidents anid the Chancellor ot the Slate University System subject to public evaluations at least otce every live years. rhe rules establishes a regents' Performance Review Committee to conduct evaluations of the official's perf'ormance and recommend reappointment or dismissal. ACCORDING TO regents' Cbairmnan Marshall Crnser. the review of presidents and the chancellor would come under the Fha. Governmient-in-the.Sun, hint law, and therefore be open to the public. Under the previous sytem. the officials served "at the pleasure" of the regents until they voluntarily retired. According ro the new rule, at least six months before the end of a live-year appointment the president and the charncellor would be individually reviewed by regents' committee. AN EVALUATION can conic any time before the five-year limit, however. and each tiie the regents may decide to either rehire the official or terminate his appointment. Board niembers emphasized that the niversity presidents, as well as the chancellor, still serve at the regeiits "pleasure." UF President Robert O. Menston said he had "no Objection to a periodic evaluation" of his performance. Stat, University System Chancellor Robert Mautz said Marston's evaluation, would he sclheduled Ior sometime .ibfut the first of September mn Q7Q. BUT THE CHANCELLOR pointed out, prior to the five sear dIcadlime. "either the hoard Iregents) or the president can tall Ia ri evaluation." Presidents currently in notice w.ho have %erved for live ycarn or more ill he reviewed and evaluated by Dec. 31. 1Q75. the rule 'tates. Appointed by Crser. the review conmmirtee includes regeis iJ. Daniel, Chester Ferguson and 0. Burke Kibler Ill. The toolmittee ,,ll continually accumulate reports and materials on '.hich to base its hinal report. The committee will discuss its findings every year 'ith the chancellor and the individual presidents. .THE REVIEW comntee's final report on presidents will include the chancellor's and the committee's recoinmiendations on ,.hether to continue or terminate a president's germ. Final action either way must be taken by the full board. In this area. Marston said he "thought the rule was too rigid," in its wording. HE SAID HE had anticipated "a more comfortable way for the president and the board to look at performance." If the regents decide not to rehire either the chancellor or any individual president, they must notify the official imtSee 'Evaiuation.' page three) U F students unite against tuition hikes, layoffs By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Alligator Staff Wraler Seven UF student organizations have ioined together to tight further tuition hikes and what they have called "fbolish" budget cut backs. Student lobby groups have been formed by the Committee for Quality Education, the Arts and Science College Council, the Graduate Student Union, and the Council of Student Body President. LEflER-W31ING campaigns -r being sponsored by the University College Council and the Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Students Against Cutbacks Is staging a demonstration to demand no tuition Inmrane, no faculty layoffs. and no UP eployee laycis. The Committee for Quality Education is one of Sour ntdant groups who are lobbying in Tallahassee, Jim Balough. 4AS. said. "'b. committee already has six registeed lobbyists and they have been to Tallahassee twice over the winter break$" Baiough laid. TUE LOGUTEII bane talked to such legislators and educationofficials -s Cornmslsioer of Education Ralph TurlIngton,. and Chwuceilor of the State University Ssam Rtobert Mauti, he said. The Immediate goat of the canmittae Is "the passage of SWd Mertin's bill. DHawthorne. which would allocate SIl milon to higher education (Uh. State University SysunkL 12 million to university libraries, and S million to community colleges." Balcugh said. Thg Martin bill proposstomise additional state meenu. by reducing the state sales tax rebate businesmen gat from three per cent to one per cent. ANOT3HE GOAL of she coamihtta Is t lobby "icr other bills that will nipporn higher action In Floria," he saId. The committee Ia looking (or interested students to help "collect and disseminate Information -n ftndlng. to conduct public relations with the media and citizens in Florida. and to lobby in Tallahasse Malough said. "We (the committee) are against paying more tuition and getting a lower quality of education -by that I'm talking about overcrowded classrooms, and inadequate library facilities, especially since the library is the backbone of education, he said. We Walt a greater commitment to higher education in general. Most of the people who graduate from Florida's universities will be our future legislators -if we don't have a top-notch education in Florida, then the neate of Florida will ro downhill," Balough said, ThERE ARE 27 students who are meshers of the committee Is addition to "at least a dozen profe.r" and one adnilnsratsr. Slough said. Th. Arts and Science council is one group that is "looking into the poslbilly" of various programs that would demonstrate their caucurs cvii budget cutbacks. Jeff yaws.a. 4AS. president of the concil said. Yawns said the Arts and Science council already has "eteal lobbyist, although he did not knot how many. TUE COUNCOL will be working in cooperation with other grups who are also working to fight budget auback. Yarema said. Some of the peograus the council ii looking into Is a letter-campalpn ii which ath UP students and their parents 'aild be encaqrqed to .doc their local tsglulatcrs about education cutbacks. and a maulve voter registration cam peig so that ntudes can "vote hor legilautorn who want to maintain higher education assa top priority." Yarema said. Th. Graduate Student Union is another group who hsas lobbyists In Tallahassee. Pruudsdet Sierl Deltas. 7A5 said. "The Graduate Student Union I, a chapter of th Uflhd Famuky of FlcrdaIUPFkLwhlct has "six to sight lobbyists" in Tailahase. Dan sakt "SINCE WE DO have all dhe faculty members of UPFF behind us It makes for a very effective lobty." she said. "We're fijihing against cutbacks and she general priority of education in Florida. The low priority of education in this state is irresponsible." Dalton said. The Council of Student Body Presidents is another group that is lobbying in Jallahassee to fight funding cutbacks, Apollo Visko. Florida State University student body president said. The Council of Student Body Presidents lbrmed a student lobby group that would be similar to one tbrnmed in Califtrnia. Visko said. The University College (UC) Student Council is planning a letter-campaign program to show their concern over cutbacks and is "getting together with other groups that lobby, to show our support." Neal Marks. UC student council president sai. A MINIMUM OF 13,010 copies of the letter "are being run off right now and will be distributed to students and faculty, Marks said. The letter will contain ten major problems at UP and a rating scale so students can rate (See 'Lobby.' page seventeen) By DEBBIE IBERT AllIgator Staff Writ. UF PRESICENTMAMTCN .hosnoobctIcn" toevaluotIon a

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Pag. 2. Th. Independent Rod Aiiigator. Tu*.doy. A.,ii S 1975 tuesci>y capsule Aide o c causes H ughe 'L ifers s LAS VEGAS. Net (UPI) -Robert Mahcv. former top aide to Howard Hughes, said Monday that in 1%68or 1%9 the billionaire urged that his organI/atbon bring influence to bear on continuing the swar in Vietnanm in an attempt III recoup ln','e', in the Hughes' helicopter program. Maheu '.a' chief ni Hughes' Nevada operations until he was tired in 970. He recently wnn a 12.K million tenderer award (n Mrounds Hughes had publicly called him a thief Bryn ner adopts orphan 80% ION (UPI) -"I'm going to be a father once again." actor Yul Brynner said today upon learning that his adopted Vietnamese child was In San Francisco. Chuckling and not trying to conceal his glee. Brynner said, "My wife Jacqueline and I have been up half the night. With each telephone call. e're holding our breaths. "We're overjoyed! We're very happy.' he said. Old nabbed more often M IA MI BEACH (U PI) -Little old ladies with sticky fingers are finding it harder and harder to get away with their loot these days. Miami Beach shopkeepers have begun to crack down on shoplifting and statistics show the number of arrests on shoplifting charges have more than doubled over thq past year. The vast majority of arrests were of persons older than 55. Oscars on TV tonight HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -"Chinatown" and 'The Godlather Part II," each with II nominations, square off tonight tn the 47th annual Academy Awards presentations. Also in the running lot best picture of the year are "The lowering lntertno,' "Lenny" and "The COtver'satiOf."(NBC 10p.m .EDT). seize N\"I-l F"nn1 lII haind mide Lrniss and a ist of 'riC'mIh' se',cd 2 e Iiue I Mundi IL Teldth, tot ie hthiJI fdl)lilsitrC [IlL I cnne''ee State Priston irmil diflils veed 0 on idt ei Three ol the hostages. cou nselor .n Two i prisoner'. "Ch released a' a 'gcod faith gesture' it? midallerltxfn andthe rem under. three counselors and I? other prsonr%. ere treed about 1'o hours later OtficiaIs. negotiating by telephone with the thrcv "dangerous" convicts. promised not to prosecute them for the uprising tI the hostages "ere released unharmed A',sislant ( orrect on' (ommhissioiler Chbrie' Ba',' said the prisoners' demands included relaxed ',ectrihs for prison act 'vli Nobbie Cart, reduced surveillance Irom~ guards. and bete loo Carr. 28. leader of the ',o-called "Pri',on .\ct,'vist Group for Retorm." wa shot by a fellow. prisoner in the counislinlg sliceses in Decemnber, 1972 Prison official', said the shooting Connally caOse.: on e m ore br ibe? WASHINGTON (UPI) -Prosecution witness Jake Jacobsen testified Monday he may have made a third S5.000 payoff to former Treasury Secretary John Connally. Under cross examination, Jacobsen was vague about a possible third payment but concluded he must have given the money to Connally since the records show he received it from counsel Bob Lilly of Associated Milk Producers Inc. Connally's defense lawyer in the bribery trial. Edward Rennet Williams, did not have an opportunity before the fourth day of the trial ended to show why the defr::se, rather than the prosecution, raised the possibility of a third payoff. Earlier in his cross-examination, 'Williams tried to show that Jacobsen once offered to testify against former President Lyndon Johnson in a plea-bargaining arrangement. Jacobsen said that initially he was unable "to recall any of the events surrounding a third payment. Now looking at the record I conclude I had received the money from Lilly." he said hos tage! (.1 a ~i rtouhi Iromi hi', m'axinim 'ecurt sen i hi, brin lecH bor the past h'O 'ears. to ptrticipue I ,egohidatll' letween the prisoners and ttfIals Ucibe Blanion, brother of and an aide to Gm -Rav HIi con erred with Bass. Commissioner Herman Yeatm'i i Warden Jim Rose on the prisoners' demands. threatens too st 'I 41 5AIGON (UPI) -Communist forces controlling the northern ttwo-thirds of South Vietnam opened an oflcensle Monday In the populous Mekong Delta to the south and threatened the country's major source of friod. With IS of South Vietnan s 44 provinces already held hi the Communists, major successes in the delta could trap Saigon in a vise and cost the truncated country much o ts rice staple. Military sources said Communists hit six delta provimees ii, I 32 shellings and ground assaults through early Monday, and launched a major attack on the country's main fuel dump near Saigon-a significant shift rom the blitzkretg that overran the northern part of the country in three weeks. In the embattled capital itself, more Americans "ere leaving. Tihe government ifted its brief enmhargo against "Operation Babylift" and prepared up to I8.00 orphans to leave the country. UPN Correspondent Robert Miller reported from My Tho, a key delta city 35 miles southwest of Saigon. that farmers unperturbed by war threats went ahead with readying rice paddies for next month's rains-sasonal deluges thai normally make military maneuvers more difficult Ihe delta was a prime objective in the Communist' let offensive seven years ago and Miller reported the My Tho area "Is certain to be a priority target of the North Vietnamese offensive rolling south along the Mekong and its tributaries.' 3 OTHERS SON ENTATION Floor

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lbi. eden.a f .A algo.ese .edypil 94 .41 t if H ike in s ummer enrollment s ought ly DEM83E 13ERT AtkeStaN Writsr. Proposals to beef up summer quarter enrollnients in the nine state universities -including suggestions fix mandatory attendace and financial penalties -were tabled Monday by the Board of Regents until they meet again in May. In response to pressure from the Florida Legislature to end "inefficient under-use of facilties", during the summer, the regents offered several proposals to increase that quarter's enrollment. THE SUGGESTIONS, which would become effective fall 1976, include: p Prohibiting students front. enrolling for two consecutive fall quarters unless they have attended at least one of the two preceding summer quartets: By SIllART DIi EDCH AIs. Staff Wutell A bill which would allow the Doard of Regents to decide how the state universities should go about complying with the Administrative Procedures Adt (APA) will be fied in the snate legislature during the early part of the current sinn The Caacellor's office, which has received reports from the state universities on areas they feel should be exempted. is currently drawing up the proposed bill. THlE BILL WILL ask the legislature to allow the regents to "asuIgn the manner in which the individual universities should comply with the APA to ensure that the academic processes art protected." Hendrix Chandler, regents cor.porate secretary. said Monday. The A PA. passed by the legislature in 1974, requires state agencies to adopt rules of procedures and policies which allow review by affected parties beforethe rules are adopted. Agendas of meetings where official actions are to be taken must be publicized a week in advance, and 21 days notice miis be given of any rule adoptions. CHANDLER EXPLAINED the law was designed mostly for agencies which have an effect on externall bodies." and is causing complianc, problems for the state universities, which he said are "internal in function." Although the A PA went into effect in January, Chandler said the universities would not have to comply with all the provisions until the legislature considers the problems in. volved and makes recommendations. UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said UP has 'no intention of defying the legislature. we plan on fully complying" with the APA. but added he was still waiting for some word from the legislature on what exceptions will be made. HANSON DEFENDED the state universities policy that Requiring l'o-year students to attend at least one summer quarter, and tout-year students at least tto summer quarters before receiving their bachelpr's dqree; Requiring first-tIme-in-college students to attesid at least one summer quarter before graduation; limiting fall quarter enrollments to the (.11 29741mn1e until enrollments In all other quarters, including the sarner. have readied 90 per cent of talI quarter enrollment; B Adding a 10 per cunt surcharge -approximately S2.5s more per credit hour onto the tuition of students who choose not to attend school in the summer. The latter plan would create a "linanclal disincentive" to encourage students to attend summer quarter, and also force those students who do not to pay part of the overhead coat in operating universities during the summer. Chancellordesignate E.T. York said. most campus meetings would not b. legally covered by the restrictions of the A PA. Explaining why a complete agenda was not always available a week before a meeting is held. Hanson said "you have to deal with problems when they arise. You can't put them off until all the publicity is taken care of Hanson added that most commIttees art advisory to the president and would net take any official action -n their awn. ALThOUGH DAMSON has In the past criticized the AMA and the change in procedures mandated by It, he said he now feels it is "by and large a good Ida Afl it really rtqulres is to regulate the procedures of the university." Among the areas Chandler said will cause particular problems are Student Government agencies. health center patient care, financial aid operations, grade changes. adminions procedures. faculty evaluations and setting of degree requirements. Chandler said these areas of exceptions will also be presented to the legislature. Representatives from UP, including the health cater and academic affairs, have attended recent meetings of a legislative joint subcommittee on the APA. to present arguments for the exceptions. ALThOUGH ThE APA requires seven days notice of any official action to be taken at a meeting and that an agenda be made available to interested persons. Chandler said the actual rcstricdins of the law might not beea great as they seem. H~e explained that internal staff meetings, which discuss management policies, and other campus meetings of committees which just advise the president would "probably' not be covered by the APA. "Decisions which affect the rights of a substantial number of individuals and rule-making actions would be covered under the A PA. however, and proper notice would have to be given of those meetings," Chandler said. "IF A STUDENT 'ants the privilcgp of not gomng to school in the summer, he should pay foray portion of the total cost. but no one would have to pay the surcharge if he attends one su-mmer quartet for every two years (in the university)." York added. The regents instructed the Council of Presidents to come up 'ith recommendations -n the best proposal by th. next regents meeting to comply with the legislature's demand that universities achieve full summer utilization or fact funding reductions. UF Prnsidant Robalt 0. Maratoc said he favoned the tuition surcharge suggestion over proposals to wake attendance mandatory before gradation. "I FEEL IT'S (the surcharge) the lesser of two evils. It at lea give, the students th. option to chowCe whether they will attend summer quarters or not, he said. 'iF Student Body President Steve Merryday. however. said In other action, the regents killed a proposed rule change to limit freshman enrollment by IS per cent. STAT SEN. Jack Gordon, D-Miami. told the regents he twas 'very pleaSed the proposal was voted down. "It is extremely important that we reaffinut our canmitment to. provide low-coat higher education and maintain an open-door policy in the community colleges." Gordon said. The regents also assigned two committees to review a request by J. HilliS Miller Health Cunter offcials for a comprehensive study -n how to relieve overcrowding in the Shands Teaching Hospital. ThE vACunmE Committee and the Program and Conumunications CommIttee art expected to make a report on the canter's needs at the May board meeting. At Monday's meeting. the regents also Expressed their commitment to "insuring the growth and success" of the Cooperative Education prgram and sniped a committee on academic affairs to find ways of financially supporting the program. The committee report will appear at the next board meeting Approved a wording change in a reg nts rle on confidentiality of students' records to read that only parents of dependent students would have access to their children's confidential records. Further, family financial Income records are no longer open for inspecdioc; Delayed action on a proposed system-wide policy for handling proftnsional fees charged by teaching physicians in university medical centers. Evaluation (from page one) mediately, and may reassign him to other duties in the University System. His employment by the state would not be terminated until a year after he receives notice. [be rule also requires university presidents to retire from their positions after their 62nd birthday, unless that requirement is waived by the regents. Presidents may serve as faculty in the State University System up until the age of 70. 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Pog. 6.1%. Independeot SMd. MhV.r, tndTay. Adal S, 191 Self prof ection clinic s tarts Dy JANET PARK AlIgat.r StaN Writ.r A pilot program of self-protection clinics lor women may becomes one-credit omen'ss Physical Education program by winter quarter 1976. Tlhe Student Government-sponsored clinics .111 belin today iron, 7 -9 p.m. in the Women.s Gyn. taught by Uinda Oliver. a trained teacher of self-protection skills. University PbtIce Depmflment WUPD) invastigator Martha Virues said Clintr teaches bmbakway skills, not karate or judo. 1IT'S BASICALLY knowing what to do with what you have to work with.' Vans ,aid. mentioning knowledge 0f vulnerable amnas to kick and certain techniques of breaking wit of a strangchold as vsal.s Vernes uld the eight-week courn. also gives inti for dealing with obhcese Black and gold 'bi phone calls, making sure your house or apanrheen has adequate locks on doors and windows and hot to deal with someone breaking into your home. "There art some excellent, up-to-date films including one on hitchhiking scheduled, too. It's not reuily a prw or -o film. It just presents the possibilities and lets the girl decide for herself.' Varnea aid. DR. RUTH ALEXANDER, chairwoman of the Women's Physic.) Education department. said the sdlf-prctectlon inbwration would be offered in class tbrsn by 'inter quartet. Alenander added thhre *as a possibility If everything worked out that they would be offered in the fall but she wasn't sure, since so many sections of PL l0t, basic physical education concepts. were offered in the rail. Sue Whiddon. wmen's tennis coach and a scheduled instructor for the self-protection class, said. "I think there's a let of intemet." itch boxes set for polling of student grievances Begaslung today, students can register their "bitches" about UP. "Bitch Bloxes" will be set up today in Uibrarnes East and West, Matherly Hall. Hume Hail and Grtham Ame. "It's like a suueSto. box." Rcobalt Dicteuson. the director of the Omicyw, Delta Kapp. (ODK) Honor Fraternity Program. said. "We'll see how well the first boa.s do and then we hope to expand." Dickensoc said the black-asd-gold boxes will contain notebook paper for students to list their name, phone number, and comnplaint. The slips will be picked up daily and read by members of the Student Senate Affairs Committee. "The student will be called to discuss the coplaint and hopefully we can find a SOIUtIO.,." Dickenson sakd. Serious pmoblenis will be retired to the Snidest Senate. he said. The itchh Boxes" are designed to provide solutions to all types of problems. auch as problems with a professor, housing or registration. SUICIDE AND CRISiS -N~l~Tou'i i sEumEJwdy

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Th* ind.p.cden* Mould. MlIeg.$.r Tneedcy Ap418 i, 175, Peg.?7 VP candidate advises reallocation of funds By FRANK RINELLA Ajlgage Stall Writ. "A college should not nibble itself to death when it comes to budget problems' a candidate fbr UF academic affairs vice president,. said Monday. Dr. George A Calleott. vice chancellor of academic affairs a: the University of Maryland. the second off-campus candidate interviewed icr the position, said. ,.hcn beset by budget problems a college must decide cnt '.bat is important and then revise and reallocate funds. CALLCOTr IS one of live outside candidates and 10 overall to be interviewed for the vice presidential spot. Five candidates already employed at UF "ere intttviewed during spring break. On the issue ot university collective won' a Imen d s pace los s bargaining Callcott echoed UF President Robert V. Marston's stand on the issue. ;aying he is opposed to it on an internal basis. "I cannot see here it would be of an advantage to any professor or student to have collective bargaining at a major university," Callcoit said. "If the situation says that UF needs a union the lob would not be as attractive, but I don't knot if this university really needs a union." Calicoti said. CALLCOTI also criticized the fadt that 25 academic deans report directly to the vice president of academic affairs. "1 can't set how he can cope with all those people'an"wor' effetively'^A Maryland we have created live divisons by combining ditkerent areas and putting them under a provost." he said. Another plan Calicoit favors 'ill require different colleges to evaluate department chairmen every five years and college deans every scven years. "This ill allo' departments end colleges to evaluate the,, progress and make .tecessfry changes in leadership if they feel there is a need." Callcott said. He proposed that ahen a person steps down from a chairmanship or deanship, thei, pay should be determined by what it would have been if they had never take,, the position. A UF Parking and Traffic Department reserve of Sl%.OO0 will be used by the JF adminIstratIon later this year tbr construction of new asphalt parking lots on campus. However, this S$q.0. surplus from last year's sale of shuttle bus decals, will not be enough to offset the projected loss this summer of about 200 parking spaces due to new building construction. Dick Schiffli. UF business manager said. PLANNED FOR CONSTRUCTION within the neat few months are a 43 space parking Ist south of flint Hall and a 30-space It MExt to Johnson Hall. Surfacing of adddlional parking spaces around cuimpus is also scheduled to begin sometinie this year. But construction of two general purpose butidings, located on the site of the present Rolts Hall and anothe, near Walker Hall, will probably displace about 200 parking spaces. Schiffil said. The S190,W0 would have ordinarily been to rent campus shuttle buses, but because a larger than expected number of the busts were not in rvnnins condition last year, the money was not spent. THilS YEAR, HOWEVER, the buses ane running at almost full schedule and money ftom current decal sales, a well as in future years, will be used to run the buses. Siffi said. Visetnames e s tud ents a id ref ugees A gpoup of 45 South Vietnamese students w.ho attend UP will hold a fund-raising campaign from April 5 through May 16 to help South Vietnamese refugees. The recent Communist takeovers in South Vietnam have caused thousands of refugees to flee to the ft. reniaining South Vietnamese strongholds in the southern pant of the country. HO.VAN.IAM, president of the Vietname AssociatIon in GaiesIlle, sai. "We febS a tremendous responsIbIlIty to help the retiugees. The money collidted will go to the South Vietnamese Red Cross." A dinner exhibilion-movie will be held on April 12 at the Catholic Student Center. Tickets will be three dollars for adults and $1.50 for children. They ane on sale at the Constans Theater box office, iset Union activities desk and Alpha Phi Omega booth across from the Hub on campus. Contributions can be sent to "RelId to Vietnamese Refugees." in care of L. Dempsey. Sun Bails Gainesville. 0 at sr 'ttkA .'t~t 1-" -, -$ ~t S (C. I. 4r~ I 9 ----SSho.p 150065101 7 They-ye got a long way to But with .o ne'sf help theymake It. What they i'eed I. friend, Soeooe to at -s confidant and guide. Perhq.s, it could be you -s a Salalan Psi.,: a' trot). The Salesant of SI. John Bosco we,. founded In 7859 to seVW youth Unlike other order. who. aposlolate ha. changed with varying conditions, tie Salesuan. .lways hae b.r. -end will be, youth orIented. Today we-r. helping to prep.r. young-stars for th. wordd that awaits nhem tomorrow. Not an casy 155k but on. which we welcome. And how do we go about it? 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Sqe t, yh. Indep,4.q.$ N.Md. Mlgepr. Tu.Sdey, Apfl 8. 197s EDITOR IAL, Woodchucks Bolton. Mass, is a small town of 2,300. and 41 per cent of the registered voters have permits to own and carry guns. A new state law sets a mandatory jail term for Illegal possession of firearms, so Boltonites either registered them or turned them ini Monday at a clapboard schoolhouse which serves as a police station. In 20 years, Bolton has had only one major incident involving a firearm,. and that was a justifiable homicide. The police chief said a large percentage of the town has guns "to protect their gardens from woodchucks, to keep their livestock safe from marauding dogs and hunting." Gainesville doesn't have a clapboard police station, nor are woodchucks prevalent. Hut it does have a firearms problem, and that problem is shared by cities throughout the nation. Gainesville had seven criminal homicides last year. Americans have a Constitution which guarantees the right to bear arms. The Second Aedepoies ta rght and gnu lobit "right to bear arms" as a weapon in itself. designed to keep alive the militia." Of course, in discussing gun control, we keep coming across the old axiom, "Guns don't cause crime, people do." Nio one knows what causes crime better than big city police chiefs and commissioners. They are nearly unanimous in their advocacy of stricter gun control legislation. "All handguns must be banned except for law enforcement and the military." Peter i. Pitches, Los Angeles County sheriff, said. Hubert Williams. Newark's police director, called crime "a local problem." but added "handgun control is a national problem." Gums come from states with less strict gun laws to states which are less stringent. Florida laws are generally placed in the "less strict" category, and tend to negate tough laws in other states-. Part of the problem is that many gun owners don't know how to use their guns safely. But there is no conceivable "safe" use for a weapon such as the "Saturday night special." .One bill in particular merits careful consideration by this year's florida Legislature to aid gun control. Rep. Barry Richard, D-South Miami, is sponsoring a critical piece of legislation which would prohibit the manufacture, assembly, sale,. possession, or use of certain handguns which do not meet specific criteria. It would establish a point system to judge handguns. The heavier and longer the gun, the more positive points it would be gven under the proposed system. Safety features also acquire favorable points. Richard's bill, along with legislation cosponsored by Sens. Jim Glisson. R-Eustis, and Pat Thomas, D-Quiney. to establish minimum mentending for conviction of certain fCIOnIIIs Involving the use of firts or destructive devices, should provide the needed toughening of Florida gun statutes. If passed. U.S. Anty. Gion. Edward Levi also has suggested a federal ban on handgun possession. Let's hope passage of the Florida and national standards Is not halted by morn "right to bear arns" talk. We haven't needed an active militia since the advent of swapons capable of destroying a large city In a single moment. And even the most avid sportsman must admit he doesn't use a Saturday night special to go woodchuck hunting. 11n nK Government story clouded by harassment, contradictions Unr are ditfetuat views that cen be taken of the Scott Camil incident. However. I doi't think any of then, leaves us with a particularly noble picture of our government. First. through a Herculean feat of mental mnastics, let us accept the government's story at face value. WHAT WE HAVE KS the Drug Enforcenment Agency IDEA) wasting the taxpayers' money training a bogus freak to gooutandencouragedrugdeuls. TenourDfEA issupposed to bust the unfortunate entrepreneur. All goes according to plan, but by the mcmis chance, the entreprnnetr mn this case turns out to be one of the most ThnCamirno unreasnaly, gven hs tak rec with the state) resists arrest and is shot in the struggle. SO WHAT DO WE have if we accept the government's view of the matter? We have a badly wounded Carnal and a waste of the ta,payers' noney. And this blood and money is expended for the purpose of preventing people with cocaine from swiling the stuff to people who want to buy it. Why in the world should the government care? Thene is plenty of real crime (murder.rapes, thefts. Stc.) to occupy the time of every agent available. Why should they spund tame and money preventing an uncoerced exchange? THIS, OF COURSE, is the most favorable view for the government. Other interpretations are possible. One is that put forth by Camil's friend Mike Oliver: an attempted assassination. A few years ago. most of us would have dismissed this as left-wing parana. However, we've learned a lot about din government recently. The nature of the beast is becoming much clearer. One doesn't have to be a libertarian these days to doubt the theory of the omni-bennvolent government. There is a fair amount of penwuasive evidence that the govetllmefits 5 54r ii not entirely accurate. MIRST,TllEfE lS the matter ofthe locaton of the wound. It scans pretty dlear by "ow that the bulde entered the lower pert of Camil', back. I suppon thut it's physically possible to strule for.a gun The Independent Florida Alligator L1""I" gRyhnyl&redl Ta. -f w ---ia Glend. Maen and shoot yourself in the lower back. But it 'a damned unlikely. If ScotCamilis adcoet cwfttonlst. I didn't know about it until now. Thet there is the eyewitnies. who said that he didn't see Cantil strike the agents. 'That contradicts the government story directly. THE DEA'S REACION to the discovery oflt,. eyewitness "ascernainly interesting. Agent Join LPore wasreported to have said: 'You can come up with as many horseshit 'ilnesses a' you want. bwst don't lnther nme with them "He BRIAN DONERLY GUEST COLUMNIST diocsn't exactly come off as a disinterested truth-seeker. tlsly, there is the history of government harassment toward Camjil charged by Oliver. I have some personal knowledge of this since I lived dlaewiuily acewus the street fronm Camil in 1971. Residents of the rooming house I lived in spant a fair amount of time shooing government agents out of the surrounding bushes. It was not hard to figure out what they were doing there. FURTHERMORE, aMuresident of the house, without the knowledge ofthe others. allowed a FBI agait to use his room to spy on Canuil. This came out at the GainavIlle Ehght tial. There is enough, here to make me doubt the goveret'ls story. Of course. it does not Uolow inevitably frown this that Oliver's theory as cornec. It is hard to imagine any hit-ranking offcial jeopardiz"mg his career by ordering Camnil's assassInatIon. Camil has been an enormou, headach, to the goverumait. hiut assassinltiOn 'ould appear to be something of an overmaction. It seems certain that this mms will wind up in the courts. We can only hope, without mudh coefidasae, that the truth '.ill be discovered. ACM1Bnaem Mb.w owe mniaa MM*-. ~ ."MW -MnaqCa w --spsdnn C.O OmlePuAguMqnBM kM ieSMi Msle~aur -.,.m. Jedr Cal% -'"m"" A dw by 9.0. S. 1324 Univori$ last a.*.m.* 4 Adele g sad Pnadm$*A twpa:si steda.

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Action Pa rty platform Th. independen: Florida Ailgotor, Tnesday, ApiI I, 1975, Po.e9 explained EDITOR'S NOTE: the Alligator ha. made this space available to each of the Student Csovernment partie. toda. through Frid.,. Toda, the Action Part) Rivet Its views of the election. Now '' not a tnmt for thr, ing tip our hands in desperation to say nothing can he done'' We cannot allord io set dir sights Oxcesuivels Iow im the name 01 comnbaic ng "pie in the sky,' Mid viewing the problems thai lice the student hodh as being beyond the realm ot united. ctllecei;e act on Something ( AN hc done More important, somiethmrg MUStI be done. Now, like perhaps at no other time in this [niiersats history. sic as students. need able and icc ve represent at'ues to vigorously advance our interests. We lace tuition hikes. education cuts. tollectise bargainig, and cost increases for auxiliary services. (omni n n teeds still cxtst in such ,ireds consumerism, academics, dormiwrv ide. student service'. the Honor Court, and the I rattic Courn CERTAINLY WE MUST set goals that are realistic. But in the pursuit of realism. we must not succunib to (he temptation of abandoning worhihile endeavors simply because it will require effort to achieve them. We need to determine what nieds require action and then do evervihmg within our ability to use the vehicle of Student Government to provide that action. We cannot afford. lot distance, to assert that a tuition hike is a "foregone conclusion "[he legislature is split on the issue, with the top leaders in both houses opposing any hike., The Board of Regents based its recommendation for a lee increase upon a study by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, but ignored the fact that although the Carnegie study, like the BOR. recommended that students pay 30 per cent of cost: I) Carnegie proposed a ID-year phase-in, the BOR three years: 2) Even under the first stage of the BOR proposal, fmehmen '.ould pay a full 36 per cent of cost: 3) Carnegie proposed that A LL of the new tuition go to financial aid. so that no one is shut out. while only a small portion of the ROR hike itould go to linanctal aid: 4) The Carnegie panel was weighted heavily with representatives of such private college' as Notre Dome and Princeton and proposed higher public fees largely as a measure to assist private colleges. There A RE good arguments against what the BOR is trying to do. sichl is to turn our institutions of higher education into enclaves of economic elitism, at the expense of quality in all areas of endeavor throughout this state. Simalarty. although few students now realiie it. the effect of faculty collective bargaining without student input would hane ., desastitmg iimIa1dt upon the Student Bods tnder tollecine hargunigt lacults .mdl tdiimistration wtuld sit dii n secret. Closed -door St '51nP and bargain P f av sajar' Iesels Iwh,,ch students would indoubtedh; cn tip parmg in umnhikes and sersite cunhacksl and lacult' i ersus student tights. mi such areas as parking. grade appeals. universit' cimmittee memberships, and so torth,. We cannot afford to sit hack and see our interests sold dIown the riner LEGISLArIVE ACTION is also needed to obtain .ideuiate educational lunding, perhaps aided by such proposed alternate revenue schemes as a state lottery or rceluction ci the portion ofthe state sales tax retained by businessmen is a Lolleetlon charge "lop priority should go to library lundsrg. w ith SC also looking into the possibility of releasing all or part of the Sl1XI.(X0 now in a mass seating lacilits reserve bor more pressing needs. A subctommnittee of the Florida Senate has proposed requiring university auxiliary services to pay overhead costs,. which would mean sharply higher student cost bor Campus Shop and Bookstore, Infirmary, food service. J Wayne Reitz lmn parking. buses. etc. Although we pursuaded the Board ci Regents to pass a resolution that we wrote to oppose this concept. the fight must continue, to stop this threat to the student pocketbook. Another threat, which we must oppose, is Rep. Lee Moffi's bill to remove student allocation authority over a large portion of the activity and service fee. Student power must be protected and advanced at every opportunity. Fo further advance student power, we must seek a full student vote on the UF Faculty Senate, which was defeated ttily 67 to 80 back in 1971. Additionally, we must seek active,. expanded student input on UP eomnIttees. OTlIER, WELL-THOUGHT-OUT and realistic proposals whose time we believe have come are: ACTION IN TUE TRAFFIC COURT: financial accountability: reform Parking and Transportation Committee; oppose preferential faculty parking; short-term and longterm parking solutions; Lake Wauberg weekend shuttle-bus; reduce or eliminate on-campus auto traffic: and determine the public or private nature of court record,. ACTION FOR THE STUIJENT CONSUMER: Create an OtI-Campus Housing Association, to replace security deposits aith a common fund, with the cooperation of landlords and utility companies: establish a statewide entertainment and lecture 'tries "Common Market' to block-book at increases in savings and quality: fund a student consumer attorney to issist students with problems in such areas as landlord-tenant Thirranhics id.opi .1 mtodtl leat. hich is now in the process it being nt-gotuccd work 'or an Alathua County consumer pi 'fetecon tm ante ki repwa I the Si.nd ay .cohol ban. open the Rathskellar on Sundass. cxtcnd Infirmary care TO spouses and w.rk for a comprehensive day care center. JIM EATON, OUR candidate Ibr president ol the student 'od, h as served in vi rotis posit on, including president of he IF Student Senate. a member ol the Faculty Senate. memb er of the Actm'ts and Scrvice Fee Advisory Committee, sttident senator, chairperson of the Senate Academic Aifairs (onlmihtee. arnd nimenier ot the University Administrative (,unctl. Dan Loheck. our candidate lor student body vice prsident. has spent the last six 'ears in the student body "action." as Palni Beach Junior College Student Government President. and in numerous LIF Sc positions. in the [IF Student Senate and the executive branch. most recently as secretary of consumer ithairs. Hi, accomplishments include voluntary linen service. tuition hike opposition, and the Student (Aonsuhmer Guide. nhich is now at the primer's. Caleb Grimes, Action's candidate for treasurer, has also served the student body in numerous capacities in the past four year,. H-e has served as senate president pro-tern. chairperson of the Senate Rules and Calendar Committee. chairperson of the Senate Judiciary Committee and senate majority party leader. BYRON PETERSEN, chief defense counsel for the Honor Court is Action's candidate lot Honor Court Chancellor. has an outstanding background in the court and in law. In addition to heading the defense staff of 65 law students, he has served as defense counsel for the Student Conduct Cornniittec. participated on the Task Force on Student Conduct. and presented ritten and oral arguments before the Board of Masters. Sue Connelly our candidate for chief justice of the traffic court, has served as a student senator~vice-chasrperscnof the Senate Information and Investigation Conmmittee, and member of the Reitz Union Board of Managers. She is also a member of the University Parking and Transportation Committee. Student Appeals Courn for Traffic Violations and Member of the Student Advisory Committee to Alumni A flairs. We ask only that you consider our proposals and our candidates, and above all that you cast a vote for the individuals you feel will best represent your interests. For without student support of collective action these very real and practical goals can never be attained. ADVICE AND DISSENT New sys tem needed for UF book redistribution -Ad *.EDITOR: Have you reread .,n old textbook lately? Or is it minding its oswn business In your bookcase? It seem' the kickoff of every quarter begins with t nmad rush, not for the ball, hut or a book. I he Florida Bookstore is the gridiron and there are no penalty :alls or improper procedure. A simple linst-conic. first-sense keeps the game tbne EACH QUARTER SOME tFF students spend as much .is 150 bor a I 5 credit course load. Beside' paving for tuition, won,, and board a student must cover the cost oc textbooks each quarter. By 'pending 550 a quartet. 16(0 Slhl@Oroper buer.anmn.n Editor is spent by graduates. might bette additional ios ards a the time a These 'r lund tio quarters o mi aster's Gory Soofl AssoOat EdYOr' erie Estrin Wir.Editor Greg rrr Tonm Shroder Asi NewSMIdOr student dollars or three school degree. The benefits of selling books are nude by UF. Book sales are another stay of earning student dollars. 11he student benefits bs starltwg his or her ow.n library of last quarter's models. Renenmber the days ol grammiar school .hen 'our homeroomi teacher s ould spend the lirst tin til classes issuing books? t'se them,. ton't abuse then, and coer them. or sou nias he lined the teacher Qould sas. I WOULD LIKE to suggest J a revival of such a system of borrowing books. I believe a step In the right direction is the Student Government Book exchange, which serves as a market place for students t, hrtng old texts for 'ale. However. second-hand hooks sell like used cars. Onice a ncw text leaves a bookstore its salue depreciate' at least 25 per cent Furthermore, if the hook us returned to the place of purchase at the end of the quarter about 50 per cent of the origmnal price nmay be received byv the osiner if the Ibtok is 'till Ihein ised. A ssstenm is needed herebybv students eanl receive county books the linst da, of class and he responsible bor them unti the end of finals. Such a plan might put an end to the imad crush at the bookstore. sase student dollar and avoid the hassle, of "sorry. all out of the new edition 'iiipjorc proposed student hoo esehanize, or reread an old test Ilims R Ftcles .IJM The Independent Florida Alligator

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This page paid for .tuuj Collective Bargaining Seminars Set Two threehiour seminars an colective ba. angfr "m"a.n a e at aIn merfrna m oon ndl 4: p.m. In Thedulateprgrmswil e c of Admlnlstratlen, which Is spommoing Th depaket has notified the UF Division of Personnel Relations that It will conduct meetIngs an collective bargaining for nenspervsory employees at a later date,. New Insurance Plan Open to Employees Jim Faust, representatIve of Northwestern National 141.Insurance Company, will be on campus today through Thursday to answer questions about a "pplemantal life Insurance program for full-time anploys that requires no -ro of Insurebility. Lnurance for p6,0m or Sl0,in may be purchased Initially, with the privilege of Increasing each year until f3lOO Is reahd Appintnents with Faust may be made by telephoning the Insurance office, 392Is2. Info Services Moves The Division of Information and Public. dion Services has moved Its di~ces from Building H and the University Auditorium baseset tOSS0 Well Hail. The Division has retained Its current phmne numbers of 392-0186 and USC222. It's Uni V r Poducsd by Q~a Ov,.,.n of information PubI,~ *I~,.ts S.rv'c.s to communicate. ofbcai nbtc., m~artant ftt*,mataon to htud.nts. faculty *ta*# at ha Un~nvgJty ef PI*v4da'" i"y Pre-Morital x|t BOR MEMBER VISITS CAMPUS Students, Invited To Any member at the faculty, staff or student body who would lk. to xprec. his ar her views to BoanS of Regents Hanber Masl a"rr"s"wllhave -opprt"mty" t do -o this wek. Students can meet with the newest member Sf the Board at 6 pan. Wednesday In the west half Sf the cafeteria cn the first floor of Ritz Union. Faculty and staff -ebes -rian Carner Lenic employees, cm nset with Harris at 1:20 p.m. Thursday In tile Bailroun, second floor, Rafts Union. Harris will be a, campus for his first dl Sali visit ince becoming a member .f the Board In Jaary. H. will stay at the PresIdent's home from Tuesday night though Saturday. Harris will meet with the Ajmwn'atlve CairnSi Wednesday from 10 am. to noon and with administrator, and Student Gov ern mit leaders during the afternoon. Thursdy he mja"b'"'st of the day at the J. Hills Millsr Health Cater and the Instatte af Food and Agrlcultal 3iance. He will also tour other portions of the campus observing research projedt. On Friday marciug Hintis will meet with the Board of College Councils, and the Alachna County Alumni Asgoclatln as well 'Celebration' "Ceebruon," a week af performIng and visual arts sponsored by Omlr.n Delta Kappa service organIzation and th. J. Wayne Riltz Union. start' with -International cultural exhibition In the Union Galery 8 am. -5 p.m. a, Theeday. Florida Players join the celebration at nosn Wednesday, presenting their first bIweekly Lunch Box Theatre of spring quarterontheUnifoeothtawn. The Idea Is to bring yeur own lunch and sit In on mime and comedy sketches. 'Tha at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, the movie "Pather Panchall" will be shown free In the Union Auditorium. The UF Jazz Band toots its horns at 12:20 p.m. Thursday at the Union Colonnade. And on Friday, the Debate Team gives an aruetvealwi at n on a h aluancee Ensemble performs at 8:15 p.m. Ithe Medica Scienes Buildin AudiCelebratIon winds gutnSaturday with a lO a.m. -tp.m. art exhlbtlon and sale the Urn Colonnade and North Isw. AM events arn free and open to the public. Science Frontiers Lecture Wednesday Dr. Pur4Iwo India, hector .f the University Sf Florida's Qa.m Theory the J. Wayne Reib Urn fak es Ai. a pofassr at thS UnieSmty SfUpl, SEdva the UW graduste rvs eb pmeLaser Sf chemist'y ad plodis wEl speak on "Utbjeetlv Ity and Reality In Meddrc Week: Dr. PEACLOVWDIN Science -s Expoesed In the Quantum Theory." Dr. Lowdin lame the Nobel Prize Awares cammitue for Shemidry. The trew pubic 16 dire sad.s deigned a,"Physicsand Astronomy and the Collage teNtional Sim~e F"omaaile "Public Ulndurtandng of Edien.e Program. New York Time, Editor Thurday Abe Rosenthal, managing atr .1 the New Ytr Tms, Is feared speaker for this yetr's Jernal Day 'Ilraday. Rnt Faculty, Staff H arris Mankd Rant as conduct.a news canterenc. Fran noor Friday through noon Saturday Harris wil attend a conderuice ai "Florida's Sunshine Law: A WOrkable Paradox?" atthe College of Law. Arts on Si speak at a noon to 2:20 p.m. luncheon at Sweden Howse. Other eventswRi take place inftooaa 6i,ag2andam3ofthe Ritz Union from 9:30 a.m. to mid-afternoon. A prize-winning photographer, MIchael 0' Brie, of the Miami News and a libel lawyer, Dan Paul of Mlaml,are on the morning program and an editors' panel Is set for the aft.n-. The Journalism Department of the College of Jounallan and Comnmunlcations Is sponsoring the activities, In cooperation with the New York imes Corp., the Gainesville Sun and the Florida Press Association. All seminars are open. Luncheon tickets may be purchased In fl4 Stadium at $1.96 for students, $2.16 for others. Camping Course Open to All If camping's your bag, or if you think It could be, try 'Back to Nature: A Shortcoe InTent, Capig"whc me"t. the MachimCounty titani.Oen at the sources and Cosaa qe a h m|hi;,s' we"''s "meteawith nature study and shire crafts.n. There.s no cfnpuksory attendane n cost and no reifalnnlta a door prizes awarded the final week. Workshop ToBe Offered The UnlversIty Co.nallu, Center is offering a proearbtl training worksho Ithe -fut-r. la "Alteray' Tusday, Apri1 family law, bane plamnifh aildother areas. Group diacuudion will cflher cm colmucation, d(ISCISn-.0kifl perusal aware. ness and cOth toplas Couples who with to pat Spate should """" a plce Int".popby suing lta Bowman, 366-1571. At least one of the couple must be acurretly registered Uy' student. 'Open Door' For Gradual. Students Dean Harry H. Staler wi keep his office open Wednesday, frnm 3 to S pa., Room 122 Grdntar Hall, to tatk with graduate students without -alaas~ about any matter they wit to damus with in or bi staff. "Opt. Do.r" medalns are held the second and forth Wedneesday of each month. ETI LANGUAGE ElAN The Graduate School Foreign Language Examination of reading knowledge in French, Garmin, and Spmnith will be given Saturday, at g am. Stude taking the emmination samoud report to 101 Little Hall no later than S with admiulian ticket and proper Identlflcatim. age Sing Out TraditIonal choral music-Irn rebgious to cantaporary secular-and selections from "Dest Dh Boadway" are performed by the Womun'l Chorale and Men's Glee Club Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. In Umversity Auditorium. Tunes that kept colonists' toes tappif' m New England, Virginia and the Carolinas will be explained-and some of them performrigthe "Mulec In Colomial America" lotntl .:5 ml. Thursday In hiosSo f the MusicBuIAiig. Dr David Z. Kushner, professor of music and musicology chairman at U?, will present th prgram wit his wife, soprano Live and Die wil b te subject of a Philsby Department Lecture deliveredb r University Audltorlur. Card board Boats Ge reead o a'ne S thezn will Ur7 to fbasam rea mtn nboat umae any at aeeart, suing, wax n paint. ThetU mask Sir qlaah atte ngen Dat p aman 11 am. Tueday Theumw~ SrhOha Ep y Meet Pane te, he independent nodda Aingater, Tuesday. Apdl e. N75 l e

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Th.I.~ dn~R.$d.MI .~r.l IS, 1975. DESIGNED AND BUILT BY UF ENGINEERS Electric Bus Charges Batteries on the Run An eledtrIc-O'er be. that rum. oft -storage batrias dharpd In transit s beenmpleted by a team at six aversity Of FIOrIdS dmibn anid their Buil ith an P08,m Florida Department TrnupOrt*tim (DOfl rat, the prp medlum-.slaed be. carrlu 14 pa.ngr but could be rt~ted to transport "The most lmpftant goal from the '~s standpoint we to get more car 1esonto -as frunit by makin city e as pleasant and contartable as esbe," said "mea enaglnerg mfor Dr. VernuiflbU."Thgeruhant erysavings fran Bettyg private carn i e streets would he froausa." That goal was luitardet sough that mused a fae aler design tidnt, !JsPrieto of Miami, -his otherwise diering stideS inm Miss Prieto's deSpg ears individual ihinedseats hued U0 degrees ten grd Aisle for greatr leg tonm, carpeting, cIa overhead Ml'tas air cutdltlmling, 41i music, and large brms-lnted winDirectly powered by two ainisnade prbatteries fl q baare .at.W"-asand cried whkms bawle would be rd n a cvakut e td lebis elled hybrid electie became It also risa Stwuprepwr eade engineAnly It's a standard heactor eng-to ra recharging gemirater. The conept is cut down an nose and a,.mt pollution xto be able to it tor long periods of without having t. Sqo and dhunge Ica be operated In the all-electric ,ode Incongested downtown ares or quiet eson sa., a nd.egimean be arled to rechwrge bft.i when the bus .peratingInuwyig a.&" Roan said the bin a., belogs to the en" o|f":||aawma,'", utatt -letn has bese centm He said that Federal Urban Mmo Tuamsit Authority considering awardnja grant "far fltiornal evajuatio." U.S. governn is especially Snteatd in th. bun's wirnme61 rp-SHm., oren said. The experlmuntaj bk has been tistd in 'u passenger mutfor seral eekson the Unl ef S Ida camp-. ut Roan and his team hive abso beant Killing Oil computer d-t fir -am is',tion. "Tecmue inbea wu engine, tn a c m ee adou, h ly."That Isprhb a btrthn SStandard dIesel kbeizg iued In urban nat Systems. 'We gain scue effiducy by ruining It at Constant 'peed and load, bu 1000 sin' uese the meealwr Is an extra step In Drive system." Standard city huses -e In -s Wary o33 to 45 panis~ and nest about Uil per seat In Sd.t)a outlay-N to Ronsteam lia Invested $prn In the ybrld electric, bt Sat CSt weld be rtly reduced EtbM em od wat I Th body a the e.,sta. bus was arhaedfran Ee 3m Cwpnbn s i bfr i, j electric ags n wa, -a oacemroat "The bnltte cM a S3 ~ eisltiv Hotline 1fll l nfuhksae tmlSw in the lU toljjrlejj be calmed b Dr. V eras Roan, right, aselS. proemer at rn-hessl agherug at the Udntsy if flulSd, at Ms sla teem et S. ulacbkery St makes the hybrid Sulre street kms gt .ts eaesswer Ine hes rear haram pameter Whet charges be burt.e, under the sets -e cac die, Shat repel the uv. would probably compare very well with standard diesel buees," he says. "Operating casts would be about the same, or a little better, and maintenance costs should be lower since the greatest wear and tear In standard diesel powered buses Is the cosa starting and Stopping." Two yenr ago another teamS abidens led by the entering protnsor built a compact car with a similar hybrid electric propulsion system. It wen first place In national competItion. Jab Interviews Schedule Listed Th1e Career Planning and Placement Center schedules employment lntrvIewS tar companies recruiting on campus. Student should sign up for Interviews at eAt mne day In aba in Ronm C-MC I the J. Wayne Belts Union. Ths rice Is also open to UF alumni. Employers visiting campus Aprl-MI are listed below.: Wedmeiay Metropoltan PublicSchools of Nashville, Tann., Claytmn County Geergla Board of Educe lion asd Trans Werld Airie. fuesday -No Intirylews. Fray -3Mb County Georgia Board .f EdMftln LakaS Grumn Eagaes, -.en Corda Capiatn. Nast 'mesay -Ada Fbar ae Products, Fednrl Highway Annabiratie, and Penm Mial LA.e hinmunce Co. Englier lag students an the bus team Included Etmmal Pqmnedruas Jr., Wet Palm Beedh; Dave Gftahw and Van Wilkinson, Cocoa; Bill Freeman, Washington, D.C., and Raymond Ulvngton, Bo.$on, Mass. Friday Is Deadline For Paying Fees Fridy Stuet who hae nottesb thtda.wilb w pne d aefee. b Suet Accut tteHBI ailing toeah tuet Whwea a final sof~l University or refund due the stoman, however, the statement may not arrive Student Accounts at the HUB is cpa" from 9 a m, to 3:30 p.m. weekdays, or suets may -te drpb tte north dismissed from the University. Vice-.Chancellor Nominations Sought Al! faculty members In the Stat. Univershty System have been asked to submit nominations for the position of Vice.Chancellor for Academic Afkalr. In a uem.'andwn last week, Chancellor-Designate E.T. York Invited the neminatia.s, noting, "It is vital that an Individual be appointed to this position who i fully Laumer with academic proces. .d who a~n dfe.tively represent the acadunic cnumityn In dellbmraioeu within the Cbametrs staff, In necanmendatluus to lb. Board of Regents, and In prasntatomh to the Leagisaturne and th. -eea public." NamtIen with a reue Said be sent bet or. May 1, to Dr. Darntr F.Ugr search committee chairuas, ce t Melvin L tarpe, State UnivuitlySy. of Florida, 10? VeS Gaines Ut.,Ta-ase FIL. 3304. -r rates 'N Florida's Sunshine Law To Be Debated on Campus Is Florida's Sunshine Law working? Is a frly open government pousibe? These and other questions will be dealt with this weekend when government, divkc and mans media leaders meet an campus In a program ipeamoed by a grant train the Florida Endowment for the Humanltles. The Friday afternoon thrwzgh Saturday meeting nectnar wDi featur, panels during which all who attend will be able to participate. Pandast Inciude George Reedy, press secretary for President Lyndon Johmion and now dean of iwunalisi at Marquette University; A.M. Rosenthal, managing editor of the New Yark Times; Max Lerner, columnist and visiting professor at UF: and David Cohan, executive vIce-presIdent of Common Cause. Panel sessions begin at 1:45 Friday in Room 37/ and rmime there at 9 sa. Saturday. Reedy wilspeak at a dinner In the Arredondo Roan of the Reiti Union at Among participants In the conference will be Board of Regents embers Marnhall Criser and Marshall Harris, attorneys Dan Paul of Miami, Fred Kent of Jacksonville, and Woodle A. Lilas of Tampa, political party leader Ann Cramer of Mirainar, Orlando City Council member George Stuart and Volusla County Council member Barbara Kelly: Members of the University community who wish to attend any of the saesn, including the dinner, should make arrangement. through Lee Hendricks in the Center for the Studies in the Humanid.e, 148 Grlntur Hall, telephone NI3-i29. The seminar Is directed by Dr. Garethi Schmsllng dualrman St the HumanIties Department of University College and Prof. Robert Maim of the College of Law. It is part of the University's new program of helping to put humanities Into perspective for the various profeuliis.

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Art makes eating more en joyab e By ROXANNE KASDEN Alligator Corrnspondnf When Mark Burell began working as a bus boy at the Beef and Bottle restaurant, he didn't like the pictures on the walls. "I just thought at could have a lot better art than ae did." said Burell. who convinced the restaurant to let him replace the pictures imported for sale front Orlando with local artists' works. Butchl is now the art director for one of the largest art galleries in the Gainesville -at the 3eef and Soutl. The restaurant agreed to give Burcil runl control of the gallery. The 20 per cent commission earned on sale, of the art, which Bureli claims is the kmwst commission charged in Gainesville. pays Swrells salary. Burcil bqgan with the work of Mrends he had met through his UF classes and the Artisan's Guild. "You meet a couple of artists and you meet their friends and pretty soon you know a lot of people Involved in it." Burell said. 'There's a large art community her. -a lot of people doing a tot of good art, people connected with the University and people in Micanopy." Robert Ebersole. UF photography professor and the former head of that department, has several pictures in the collection which also contains pieces by his photo by lohn moron Ginger Baker Wields His Magic Wand flhe legendary British blues drummer made his appearance at the Great Southern Music Hall Thursday'mght. The Baker Gurvitz Army along with special guest Trapeze succeeded mn blasting the audience's blues away. ife Barbara. former head o he U F arl department and their dIaughtcr. Carrie. a ',nior art student. Ebersole saw the combination restaurantart gallery as a solution to the problems by art galleries in a town where the volume of art sold is niot large. "When you have to pay rent and utilities you have to have a big enough turnover to cover it." Ebersole said, pointing out that the restaurant donation of space eliminated that overhead. The gallery has sold almost 11.800 worth of art in the past four months. approximately 25 pieces by 12 of the artists. Ebersole also saw the combination as good exposure for art. indeed there ts not a stat in the restaurant without a view of a variety of colorful pieces. The oil paintings. water colorn. weaving., macrame, sculpture. woodcut. lithographs and batiks line the lobby. tar dining rooms and the bar. The only places ButcHl hasn't covered seem to be the bathroom. "I thought of it," Burell smiled, "But it would probably get stole. We already caught one guy in there trying to hide four small pictures under his coat." Tb. types of art displayed at the gallery art as varied is the prices which run front, 112 to one thousand. Two former 'Moodies search for lost chord Last tall the Moody Blues, after more than tight wears together., ere oilicially dissolved. Accordlmg to the Moodies. who hadn't created anything nle since "Seventh Sojourn" In November. 1972. the problem wias that their creativity -nd originality had come to a standstill. I hey claimed every lime they entered the recording studio. the resultant product would sound like something they already had recorded in previous years. LUmder such circumstances. It tas only liroper that the Moody Blues split and try some nlea roads to regain the genius that had captured the minds, bearns and ears of millions throughout the saorld. [bus. at is .ath this perspective that one muttst approach 'Blue Jays." a joint effort by Moodies'gunaris: Justiw Hayaard and bassist John Lodge. Ocops!.!. Sons. ladies an'd gentlemen. but there ".is a mistake. Thursday. Rusti Brand. ilun. "fitdics ta st in Espression.", as unidentitied. She is the dirctorot' te UFP Dtance Company. Excusc. Please. JlACQUES-NEHflER REVIEW to begin "Rlue Jays" proves two things. First. it proves that lustin Hayward and John Lodge either acre the Moody Blues, or hane successtully assimilated the Moodies' style as their oan. and as such. this album "an be unofficially deemed the eighth Moody Blues Lp. Second. the album proves that Hayward and Lodge. a while having produced ten melodic and even poaertul compositions,. have nevertheless failed to break out of their creativity slunip. More specifically. all ten cuts musically capitalize on 'arious components ol the Moody Blues "sound.' It's all there: the haunting mellotron. the soothing harmonies. enmotion-haden. sometimes crying vocals, and of course. Havaard's unique fuzz guitar. Reinforcing the belief that "Blue Jays'" is but another Mood. Blues LP. we find Haard and Lodge unliiing mostly the same .4PPofliml cast -producer. engineers and even jacket deuign artist -that the Moodles had err played since 1%67. More than compensating for Ray Thotnas' missing flute. is the reappearance of conductor Peter Knight. Knight, it will be remembered. is the man aho conducted the London Festival Orchestra for the Moodies' lirnt critically acclaimed manherpiece. "Days of Future Passed." The dominant aeakacs. of "Blue lays" can be tound in the lyrics. In at least half a dozen songs. sopert musical composition is tainted ith obscure, if not meaningless words. Haywuard and Lodge, 'ho for the Moods. penned somec of their best material "Tuesday Afternoon." "Ride My Seq Saw," 'Question.' the list runs on-in"'Blue Jays."' deal aith the same themes as before: man's lonel4 search tar identity. meaning and love within an incomprehensible universe, Of COUrse, as long as men continue thinking. these themes aill never become old hat. Only the problem is that Hayward and Lodge fail to get across what they are fryi.g to %ay. Perhaps this is only a syiupton, of the Irustration they have undoubtedly cxperienced over the last few years. Looking at the bright side, however, the strongest and most coherent song on "Blue Jays." called "Maybe." deals with the conflict between the artist's need tbr creative pression and the elusive attainment ofpac of mind. ac In sum. "Blue Jays" Is a frustrsse attep to break the creative deadlock. sand whil musically it attains at least the level of "Seventh SojOurn:" I doubt whetheraya Ironm now it will have the lasting per soe characteristic of the earlier Mod Ble albums e On the other hand, at least Justin Haywrd and John Lodge are 'till searching for that lost chord. Many others 'ould have given up. The Independent Florida Alligator Kae1, TedyAo ,17 s--

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INTERNATIONAL EvHs-IN 1:00-5:00 pin. Jb Inbnmtlional W~esjgn ed' CULTURE yRU Gollery OrgonizallonS 1*304 BOX lHiME p un ed by A.e FlMa Po e PEn -Resa Union Mrth In.fln Movie, "Pether Pincholr ?:t0 9:30 p.m. -JWRU Audloadol" PS. reidasveilal ts ngEe 'he rood Mud'ec.,pisan pulye bym Shadhs. As -pi dveldde .9 Sengel Imily ed te hayP Apo.l.aing he em hme tIaavillage toFnd *""m lb Ms .o"""ln .moe erom to lbS seg' i. Eily. lh.E -0 I Nidbr Is~ Ii "hds". APM II $ponsored by I:tS p.m. M J CI'olode ma n me 1:1s pm. + Medical kSKS* Sodin A"aI"du 9:80 D#f.Eaddsl OCIK and the I. Woyflti Uno 'A% Ar tSDAR SENE PEAFOAMANCE Spnwoed by ihm .5 Weyn. Re1e Union, AMIeN hled.DOpariment, Public FuncdIons .d die.RAds end Sciences student Council Indictt dance pesformonce lecturing theei tonal cultural done., will be presented in the I. n. Reift Union Ballroom at 8:15 pim. on April 18: ii the performer will be giving her first periafC@ 'n Ase Southosterm United States. INDIAN SINNtn ,wdinofion with A.e dance performance, the I. n. Reit Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian ne. The dinner will precede lh. perf ormance and give people an Opportunity to become ,'jinwed wilfh food and music of India. nj.sjon isfa.e, however tho. attending the Indian Cr will get rsesvwd soling. ted seats for tho dance performance will available to thoe attending bhe dinner. be Ms re $4.0 for U of F students, $5.50 for non-. pinnang Apdl 7, tIdkets will be on sole at the srslty BoxOAfIce (Consans Theame) from 12:00 to I p.m., Mon, trough Fri. No tickets will be able at Ihe dear. Phone 3921653 for ruser.LUCt'EUUU. PR IME R I DINNER SP EC IA L Tweodoy. Apdl S 4:3Oi 7:00p. Roost Pnm Ribsof S. Baked P,og Toned Salad I 2.25 plus t HobnmChaqshrs I btsen nkw L-------------B e ax "ne PATHEPANCHAUI This is she first port of Satyalit Ray's chronicle of a Bengali family and the boy Apu. The story deals mainly with Apu's father and his struggle to support his family in their ancestral village. The performances from the largely non-professional cast are outstanding. Especially notable is the ading of Chunibola Devi as the aging aunt. In Bengali with English sub-titles. win D, APRIL 9-7:W; 9:30 2 flE O A1R r1 TUESDAY, APRILS CREATIVE COKERY WORKSHOP FeaourIng A.e prnpomafon of Chicken Piaf. Ia Sagdodienne (Pertlon chick., and Ice dieh) by Viol., lotisi Wednesday,. April 9, 7:30 p.m. R,,e,,ofioo, oi reurd Call 39-153 9o no 3 hu,,y and maE. ,to FC-. NON CREDIT COURSES Reg,,,frooo,,al woruho,,ond le,,a.will,,ake plcein Roo. 330.from 9:00a.m.to 4:00p.m., Merckh1 trough April Ii. students, Faculty and .4af nnobens and their .pomae. will hay. priority for I.nenrllmeat m March 31 Itroogh AprIl & Only am,"tilt""'. wil reianson be opn to otih p. Due to pd1cc and .glsinton dIfafionl.s It will be necesary Ihaot each p''non corn. to neglatr widh appropriote idenflfIcaon. Ermllment for Individual cia.s I. limIted 42nd. *hwrdfor. on a fircann. I int-end bhos. 'non. may wily ngilmse for Secaum rclimton for alt wodShc. and l.o.s I, linhe we must conodde. your dcci.o 1. enroll fInal by 4:S p.m. 14. wodd"g day pmcsdl"g 4h. first'scheduled 'ia** Refund. will only he made under *h.e clrcmsac. -"E,0 n tisONoe $tdran fl, a,.o -SOC'S Slafrjsdnt SlsiSsefi *us tn 4 Mmaya f 'a. -s-ct OS MJI cS-ue-aaa Stoosd.ns Ji~nen -dni twa 4 "t"h SM, 7 Apl am., N o ." M aden ses, n s -s .n sian' IIs~ -I INS-c -" u flw ..11I* Ma INS Tc UC -, YnAed~ U-a? ,,, .el -SurM'-A-I l-vnne a-,'gr" mu. A '.M., -'Wa.e" -~ ~ Si SC hneden a flgtAh 7a2 slue 1N.n k-r t.l* L t. tieai --. -flu MYSCIAIIO.I P1L],* ~,,.i 7 May OtJ S ~ p N S JAUC T~ Sob Oout.t. $15 OOSIud.n,. S2O ii~ Non Stud.,,,. .hi be ,.ciu,,d 0 .Jo* ,ool *101 it~.y of. 0, IS *o, M Og* We Ati 4ns n2 n4~ m c-1 i" 7S5eSpd.a --Csaa-A-se 7 *9-. -C. "a" 7,.e. a~naco vig islo o $"7e SiM. (ey we-f)o Mac Apr" 4Sgn.2 ifinv RCOt~I In.d, rat 0,,'le)nt 209 II*~ 00Suen 7 a. mm -'It"'qM.sa~ $7,-han Sota ud ADVANCE SALE OF MOVIE TICKETS The Reftu union sells advance tide to Its mcvi. on Friday afismoens fruit 12:10 p.m. -4:30 p. at toe UnIon Box Office (Second floor. J. Wayne Eel:r Union). Al each Fdiday Advance Sale lidkis ane availabl, for show, that evening trough the following Thursday .venlng. In addItion, dh. Box Off Ic. opens one-half hour before each show (providing she Show hoe net been sold out dining A.e Advance Sal.). At the time. lckals may he bought only for ihe diow tat Is about to run. Paros buying tickets will be requited to Sa~w Idntfcss apmpoet -tMr dab (uld faculty, doftf) in tho Univernlly Community. Two tidael. may be purchased with a single it No advance tchat. may be purdiseed any otter timie an during the Mvun Sae.s As ---V AWEEKOFPAYS.MOVIEU, cawciiRs, EXHIIS1 presented by the Council of s

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Pog. 14 lb. hndgse mfls flrd MUMgelw. Tu.Semy. Apei I 5975 FOR SALE S. N.e PS .upa. bik. a, Supar ik., inc I975.Jegric ticr,,5 Norton 52V95, 1975 GT1-40 Dutch 52550. 1975 MotoGuut 350-1 12675 New f9A 850 Norton 12495 Uted 1973 75O Yamaha $1 1W 1973 750 Nodon nfedswork 1000 plus parn an4 wyric. go ofmast alt rnooscyclgn Suoot Bik. inc 3Mg1 S W Arch.r Rd 3f7-Afll (o-2 i0-c) bautifug mop1.Iovboy droww chst and mirror tea It A417 nw 60 a, og'll 373-3616 alto gwrage sal. sant adc&on. comfrng quip, odd. and .,'ds aoSt0-p) Jor .wig "bryn n 0o elanicol guita. with hardshelt cc. must tacriftc. $325 l* a at 2V15 nwjlh6 phoco mornings ongy (0Bnow I-ll Endwo or Mfl Kowosok' $5$0 Sereo Garnard turnsabl. racovar -p4ke +tapO $$90 cog r7-5a'4 IaS-l009) balm.e could i nault. 546 gr bat .4k.MIRMCLEI" -.m Mam UVE ONSAGE OPEIU6 TOMORROW lIGHT 2 Shcvm7a O1Rnwwrvd SaSb 6 a w. ma. i. maeu Tickets Aviltble at: Rede Dhscount Sox Office DollT MISS ITI V i pei\Ie& M.*i ALL NEW OF U TC~LWOSS0 PUIS1 SI N LUMlP FOR SALE Wedding bonds a Enggmeni inga 1'odhtional or Conn'porary dnign, of you, choice Iondmod. fo. individual, who want .t. bes Original w*0k by South. Leading Ari's,' Maul.r Cold Smith and Lopidist Unconidalionol Gum.,!. OZZIEBy oppomotmant only 37394 (a-4,r-l0-p) rra, 'ow bond 'ow type and meet ground asking for $SWW0 Jar boti, call 32-402 fr *pm to Jpm, or 47S&l5l2 afto Cpm and mk for dcv. {aIO-l50) '0 yonmato 2ZO enduro si,.al ond dirt .quip ra fo.rien, around school coil m the afternoon ask Ia. ationdo 377-U79 (o-5t-106-p) 1%yr old control. 3 hr 'A% both house inFatrbanks *-Soye ond rafr cA bcra I. 23.0 39245 8-5 V76-5 oftar a-Se:.--:*-. io.5.-tO6-p) 0crm ma relrsgrome -tIlk. -e clil 20a,, m -anionded range upeoker. in nha bIg hcnd-md cabinet. wonvrad grili le& arnd mwid gr.a 59W call 373W73 (o-MS) C emnda a6 hag -.r4 8'd evar with d&aI 11gb., z-b, 1i, miI eking -al -bow ella. Call 376070shS (a-l-l.) -esa cas saIslant candtlen call mns* .-so~p Mans t5.s.dreswat"d Sk yamp dergl .er -l~ -u 8.l rng arid OOco flpr AM p. eql. .paaker S -~ -~ each tw'"abe ph-Al bfll driwa 5, '4 einnft% cull beujfl .1pa lowbeyr hewsr ce a "Win., Id)7 nwt6 p1. VP3aI* a we'*1e Ad. "" I'', at Nor-a 0-c>.en 1974 nC1 I cc lictwa,' rec.'l tuwod lS call Ton, 0%,r 6 t P6-40 (a-31W-p) F.r .cl. acari 36 iriti Vifl'l tun .p.d beccl aralcondlilep 550 cm bet offr C I snrV of W7-AO9 oft 5o.S la-O07-9) oh.' sag so roat dach ploy. gruat won't racold w-oppmox 25top.s SlOP 9penn --rod + ND lb dacrori 55 reffinc electric modell ika new$IW3f7-7U8 Oa-t-1W7.p) 2 bodyocm nbii. hon's. *,ondoble livIng 'corm 8 bay wind.' must setos aprni.s b.'MllfuI pnllrn sheg carpal 372-4237 (a-?t-IU-p) gyc Saeran *yne with .peoanr. new lkodak flnm camrnha yashic. 35rmn Anti hods, waterbed wit ronmd 'In. coHi and nok. ellar 392-f246 (.-508p) BSn 9uitar Guild star4,r. with ans pichp Chorry red w~lh hadsbh*Ig cas vry goad conditIon 5150 conl 373-S6m (0) U 0-p} OVig Fm turn 3 OC Couch 2 choi, tobi. $75 debbie 373-379l liberal ii bicycia SM5 go 2t l0w-p) biccycle 10 .ciaad visao 26 n:h boy's with ganealor lght, chin, lOck arndfir. pump inchudad in na onthsogdf Cali vic 3W0 far 51$ a-$O-l06-pl s.re comnponents cm ub91 turntable readii,' 40 watacivlr. kens rmcdo hocdhn., and bh. KpS*b wpeok.s goa shop. wit 7785 (a-So-15-j) a.r 'ci. .chwian v'omioy 22' boys 10 Peovoy PA sytm Sh Snew .o bet oil. cell 37-0 -r 3.4663 (0-41. Pal, i 3 35 fi. cant. *mell.,. or 3.P0 %,le 5-rn (.al.1pl m ackSn 8 ndcnb well l. well 'spat tanraye w be,. .m. .l. MC. toll WSP005 le7-1B) wdheacts + vi.rler dr.ne-MaIl .4.s.d dm At CSCc.4 -a 302C0 avnng *8-.10p) running cand'um,. 1*ke neo tire., ong -uom in ,. a w -otI e -FOR RENT Ywo rootl wonted Iar houta in Sw wehoA iarg. yard. a*C. Qvel Corn plataly furnished 5 no no lease colt jOtnob*Wl374IS atme i-b'n KRIS KRISDFFERSON 3:I i I., F "A nr S~,. 1:15 t:1C -di

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a aS W*c"fl h.1 yOu lind.*iom. y,~ mauls Ii.,'. a, ,~. ---v )J PEE 1$ 1*A&I ,ost~inI le. .ul. 1V tm Cs C 5*4., A ~0 V, -67 .a. 0ng "Iv I 4i Cbhse*. 'A we5ter .n. upt Mess. tees Yt .k E.c.e.,U pt-~e 'V )I1 e' dmel M *tten -n Pi M Ian-. -umsvu a -seicas t-nmc. manSg. CL FOR.'. RENT bodroon, op. 3 blocks frmrmu room foe 0'ivoe 500 'nc al u'~~l~, o~ealot, wn&l of April tree + 371.4122 (b-S. 10-pJ to. o iaen., gmod.,, -Otrg vdne-tocwnpu w65,c mh is5 utiti. tllaltr 33-310 lb )r-0. S b.*wm house, 4 boi, '.sefd Iarr 2n2.3O 37-i 377-232 b-a-_ 'i m0aRDamsnG6 R.dnehr by Colser A .dS a whe .-ag--.y -.ho.e~d. h.EU h& IpOmsIpan. SELF PRTE CTION CL ASS Begins Tonlght7-9 p.m. at~the Women's Gym Limited enrollment. Call Martha VornesUPOr 392-1 111 or come TONIGHT. First session of on8 week course. FREE FOR R ENT "g o 2 c 5 mm from campus air Isrrs 1 5 mo M, '0 SW 43 cv. 2 bri Itirn .d o4aqueN 1eClon tubI. $Sh pw mo* cot3" ROOM P~~t KNI ho. nf.ate log. Fenced bock ,.rd-p, lo. coil gory 0*1. appm 77-5a2. 5 ) by ,,y A o u~ bie now fl50 + 41MmSn-I.(b)3-W/2) AE CAN~ H*P YOU PlNt A MON CR A'Amrm~ soej kidg.%ablo, C C ,,.)e .7 4 0 ( 5 0 LIIEPA + Clean r.s an to ro in V4caya $5375 + 525 d.,.s Call I 6n,. ,'ockf|m o m e, Si~ ,vuAuu. wit.,001,, c ,"w Call 372 I lfl or 373-2595 Avalioble flrl 54*, $135 mon$, (b-)Ot)% on. or two 1.rg bedroenm. ovoiabe to tubes Prom a tfre b.d&oan .p. S -he kig rea.& prifp libhr.l mole cull ofter 7pn 3732531 (b-*h05-) hibsrol room. lo #iae 2br. a, c-c *rmnediato ovolliity Sq0mo + Mdi cdil od 3737f (b-*-tW-p) begin mnsdPomad teMt o, *9trU paidom ou,, i7 e)3 "h---b-nmotd fl-gon P1130 (b-)-1hs.p nmoi. roowmcas needed F.r .puln .a .r.*.am.o .'8 o a-c. choap'ijfllti., ow, room US5 mc nic place call 373-9636 oflytie (bSE m errroo adfewm, I peron *e I now o'rajd late, con.107p) WANTED on.ehundred a nonih o. ~b.d.on notify sloirtr deFsr at 3770'0 {c-S1coilofceo io ownron, 90 'hor. for 47 0 c<-SlIM51 ) wchho rd loh 02 cl aceom37l-1092 3 ,,eed hmtuhtlon For 962 P.rS Falcon gotior wagon coll 373.2490 Ask itVilg. Pock 4s l00l SW th Ave Apt 19 Call 32mi (c-Sl-il~p) WANTED 110 16 set of w.ghts nilh benchpcost platfol ni oll afternoon.,. 376.-I01 ask a'r bruce (c 2 j8p) Roomm~ol spring quarter, .ir, ( 556 +*ulirt el l 3 i239 ask Ir bob Bill or Sieve (c-St T Me ort need to shoe rnt o mon1' selactrirbill Vistr3 sa1hr i or col 37183S0 doujg (c-31-)0-p) feiroht oommloto wonled April rent tree 67 50 + Lkutliii* shore lun porn.,s Sunday brunch ci brondywiit op. ral 37*-1903 ofl., 6 (C 5408pl Wonted Som,.ono to shore 12452, 2 hedvoom mobile horns Arredornda Village pool tonni court, 565 + % utliis Col il.-745 (C 54w# hU DS WANTED GO SuvtA lop pita pow tor class OUZIE 373-UA (c.4tl05-p) Need I roomrnae own roe., in 2 br Iownhouse. dI wad,.,, .60 cpl ,noci,. 4ulttes.A4h ,a,. cal 374537 kne trying (c-S-00-p) Iwo mole rOOMmotet ne.ded For 4 h, -s SMio + ullf$. I aeo + $2 0a mofl in now oilt 375-as4 (c-SlO9) Need toemtan. who it goad a mg arid ,.rch 2~ l h call von. afte 5pm In-f7n N. IS (c-S-lP. maI.,.owiam,.d99l,+''.l4Jlika brerndwme ,,s e.,521,.dwre,,d onylimeofer 2 Zand werkids (c-a-. HELP WANTED fm'"$S0e'"pp'm I 6.or Volunoems ('mole sad female) needed for sludyadf m.,rproi -curc Coil lt210 between 7 3flim, Ap11 7 infroug, SO, for oppoirwment (.-4I.IU.p} Pm t"'w '"y'nrg newS moe m ud he lyns pew coeh bond fer 1n4o c=1 as tim. Unto, P2-441 (e.3.IM Wonted erled couple to do moMitenant. wo'k a snchange r a"vs-16s 9ks (.-fr-10-c) AUTOS '69 Opal desig wagon. eumc-lir offrchl f.Sa,0mp.,. Sl. condt SIS00coll 3V3-614g (g-&-IW-. ovrrie go n n unn 3, ey oft.r 4 0 (o+S-l0p) 73gemlk l al-e-e-lnt cond'lo$lM cod, or asunw payments 570 67 chevy run, good need. body wark 0662o.nwh7., .,. 97 vgagotiwoaon now .ey. oltlrnesor, ire. runs perfect ha. or maeoffer nu sel 377 g-Sge Fiat &O-tdm.0gM in ood condflwn. now cylind. head, 3D + mpg body enoh coundltoc 16250 .eoffe, call enehngs 313-l20 (p-S-h0-p) PERSONAL v+ll the young lady with the blue cot to whom I was so o6,oxlous for running no ofte rod ne Crystal F irordoy please call ni 373-0676 (i-I0-p V'tomint Oolp*,a iocopherolS. H0u I00tabs $l3W%.Rshps Clrn0 g l00 tab. $3 SO Gimsads powder 250 per lb delivered to you 10 days Adrienne call 377 5646cor 378-0458 (-5-h07.p) Auserliveness trainmggroipo a men & women Need &EN Me.4t Wednesday. 3 5 pmn For giore io call Boy cr Dave Univ Caunieling Center 39-57S 1 1 l08-0 V.hd .&.eN.eM.ns MUlSS. Ten.Sq, Aped 1 $97 Pelg. IS r THIS WHY NOT FLY FOR Trcngwodld Airlines I. seekin awardsg and sbewarde9a0s for employment i smmer A iWA reprssenalve will 6. on campus to digcugs imnloymenl opportsunnts and onsner questions Th. basic ruleiror mense Oner 3 years oa, hotsh 5' is 62' Wif presaonle weigt, enlifenr beaMi, vif a. cwredobd. -n S1 30 arbeier Appik.n*smube ewIthiu.,eele. UgesSilw Yer., Cusco, Kan. City Lae Angee. r, Prnoncnco IWA wlS ssge y o nor aion to and from y-u bae 1tis our'y bddlfngs will be hold at Room 361 of ib. Reiti Union. MON., A PRIL 7 -9A M -2PM TUES., A PRIL 3 -9 A M -4 PM camsA wan'e helpw.ne.d l.r'--ce 2 day. 3 days -$0 perte.0 4 day. dIsoS da. ot Mo. 20 pota dia t E mil formn may 6. uned to pie'. clossif led ad. .114wr In Up-rtn -r by MMI. 1he ,nlnlmwm chweg. I. $1 25 for E ogr nft p-or each additional line, add 35cent. Mulfiply th,. 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4'II. Ind.pe.d.n* Fiend. AJIIq.or, Tv.d.y. 4411, 1975, Ng. I? Lobby U/ron' pug' oile) ceich problem he 'aid Studcnis w Itall ae each problem, one through three, one meaning "does the problem aflect you in ,uch a *ay ihat it hmnders your education." two meaning 'does thbe problem exist but doesn't bother you," and three meaning "the problem doesn't bother you at all*" Marks said. THE PROBLEMS students and faculty are asked to rate ar the letter include "overenrollment. over'crowded classrooms. tncreased tuition money not being recycled into UiE. faculty cutbacks, and inadequate library tacilitieC." he said. All ot the letters '.111 personally be delivered to the members of the Hoard of Regents. in addition to the results of the studetit and laculty members' ratings. Marks said. Marks said he hopes to start passing out copies of the letter at the "beginning of next ,.eek" and have students posted at each 'chool to pass out the letters, he said. MARKS SAID the purpose of the letter is "to show the Board of Regents that the largest university in the state otf Florida can mobilize the different ideas dfat least I5.0 students. Ihe Student Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers is another student grwup which plans to use a letter-campaign to show its concern over budget cutbacks., President Thomas MeEldowney II. SEG. said. THE CHAP'TER has 128 members and "Is shooting for each member to send letters to four different legislators." he said. The demonstration. or "SAC-in", sponsored by Students Against Cutbacks will be held Friday night. April 11th at 7 p.m. in the Plaza of the Americas. Jo Mcintyre. SAC spokeswonmn said, .Srudetnts are asked to bring "their bodies their blankets, and their guitars" to the overnight SAC-in at the Plaza, Mcintyre sasd. THlE GROUP HOPES to have several legislators speak during the SAC-in. including Board of Regents member Marshall H arris. although the plans have not yet betn tinalized. Mcintyre said. rhe SAC-in ,.ill serve as a t'orm of protest against cutbacks. Dennis Fear. 5EG. said. "We cannot depend on just the legislature to do something about cutbacks. The legislators ,uill hear us only if we can get them out on campus (duying the SAC-in)" Fear said. Students Against Cutbacks demand that there be no tuition increases or employs layoffs. Mcintyre said. THE OBJECTIVE of SAC. which numbers approximately 30 members, is "to show our concern over budget cutbacks by rallying and demonstrating." she said. "We're having a rally to bring attention to students that there ar, cutbacks and that it is aflfectmg their education,"Mclnryre said. A nleA UPF student rap. called the Environmental Protection Fund. might lobby in the future about education tjrnding. Tom, Elligett. 4A5, president of the group said. "Right now we plan to lobby -n just environnmental issues, but once we gp some phone numbers and start meting with very important people. then st might branch ott io lobbying on education issues." Elilgeti 'aid. "At this stage in the ganie It's too soon to include us" as a student giu~p who will be lobbying against education funding cutbacks. he saId. Flam able shirts sold At least two Gaineville boutiques have sold a line of blouses and sweatshirts that are now being recalled for failure to meet flameptoof safety standards. The products. described as brushed wftoc blouse, and sweatshirts are being recalled by she manufacturer. Michael Miles and Peter Sinclair Ltd. of New York. Designed to be worn by either mel. or women, the blouses have a woven label which carries the MileaSinclair trade name. However, the garet. which are parttof the l974 summer and fall line. carry no style number and the unsafe style is difficult to identify. In Gainesville the Mile and products were sold by Bang Bang,. University Ave. and Siilver City. S Ave. Sinclair no0w. SW 7th Silver City said that they have sold out @f the Mile.-Sinclair line, while Rang Bang said they still might have a few of the company's products left. Both boutiques will retiund money on the unsafe items if accompanied by a sales reeipt. Sang Bang, ho.,.r. said they Will try to help people without receipts contact the company'! warehouse in Hialesh, Fha. Consumers catn also contact the company directly by writing to Mile-Sinclair. 475 Park Ave. South. New York. N.Y. 1W016 or by calling 2I2J8900. Open house set Gymnos.a local nudki cusp, will held -s open house this wedeed with new qusataely rates to beset atdmits, accovdlqg to dlub president Alan Pelts. The camp. located 12 miles eMs of Gainauvile off state resd U-A. has two podls. a game rmom. and nature trails fAr members. Rates hir 12 wed.s are 540 for couples and 135 (or singles. Ptltz said. State session aired on WUFT ftrtaes of the 1975 season of the Florida legislativesussioe~whIdcbegins Apri 8. willbe broadcaSt locally on seWIstidS Station WUJFT. Channel 5. The show, called "Todsy in the L.agkslatut$, is provided by Florida PUblIC B go dc St ing5. VID OTyASE BIGUUIGWTS of each day's legIslatIve acltlvltlns. along with analyst will be shown I. -n het4-@qn seUt each eae ight dewing th b s a IC. Also, a spei Secse of GOw tfhlin Askew's opmhig Sddrent the -u si ngmu e~OS bohgi homes wlE be thee, lb.s at I:S a., ApeS &. Florida Futie houaslqim is a as-Iew associatiwn of public telvsios taon located In Galnnsvitle. Pensacola. Tallahassee. Jackeocyile. Orlando. Tampa and Miami. L ecture-recital set UF'. D,aat of Mmdic wiS apeminr a lectue-ed au nitlud "Mudic hCalstle Aslet" T1hmrday at t:15 ta Sh Malec BbIhg. Dr. Dcsii Lush. CB yflgem Seallins I.m Ca vir" a ampSnnby .F. Pilme and ftaeI. I& E -in't heml llb. bm.gr Op M eS be p-a. -r La Sr

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'was The Independent Florida Alligator Continued confidence sought I.' photo br chlp hi. UF'S STANDOUT RUNNING BACK TONY GaEEN expected to a.e morn action In"75 a -4. I as UF Spring o Dy ANDY COHEN Algar Spati Writer With the beginning of Spring football practice scheduled totr oday UF's Doug Dickey is optimistic that the confidence his team gained during last year's 8-4 eson will carry over to Spring drills and on in to the 1975 campaign. "Last year this football tern had confidence they could play with anybody. Before that they just didn't have it." said Dickey as he gazed up and down his tern's roSte. "SOME EARLY wins gave us that confidence but that one let down against Kentucky really hurt ins. We didn't even practice well that week." Rut the early season wins, the Kentucky letdown and the Sugar Bowl defeat are all far back Is Dickey's mind this week as he is preparing to greet lO5 players for the beginning of dlrills. Dickey has a very basic phlioeophy concerning the meaning and the format of Spring football. He believes that Spring is a time of fundamental development. -WE'LL SEE who can take tirnt-string pressure." he said-. "A lot of the younger players will get a definite chance to play and they know it. 'For the fIrst 10 to 12 days we'll see who can stay with it." Dickey ii openly excited about time prnspecd. for thll years offensive backfield, which has a season of wishbone nperlence behind it. "713E1 DIDNT get the wishbone rudly down until midseason last year." Dickey said. "So with everyone from last year coming back. I think our otuesive backfield is In fine shape." Dickey says for now he plans on getting the ball more to last yeer's superstar Tony Green who according to the Gator coach. "will be selg alotrnort actoa tblsmason." Though a strong offensive backfield comforts Dickey there are three areas that deeply concern him and he plans on using Spring Drills to find some rrnedies for those area. PASTS-3-O~l SERVICE-.072 lOAM6PM 7 DAYS A WEEK 3ddl S.W.AMCHE E.D. ( tMp Fiw SAMSON RECRUITBIS HEAT TE HUB TODAY "Hm Syorseilby' -a as'e ~a LtZJE otball begins FIRST, ThE Gatorn have only tNo offefrke linace, Gerald Loper and Mike Willing, who saw any adtios last year. "This worries me." Dickey sai. "Front tackle to tactic on ofhwtse. we're a vary InexperIenced twin. We've got to find wine startmr there." The., the Gatar coach has to find a replacement for AllSoutbeastn Conference tie-m Lee McGrift. "But we have a ittle experience there with Glenn Sever, and Wee Chandler all coming back." Dickey said. And finally. there.s the defense. Though It was once herided as the best in the co.,lhrencw it has been punctured by graduation. EWLCEMEETS MUST be found for lnebackars Glenn Cameron and Ralph Ortega. as well as deftisiwe backs Tyson Sever and Randy Talbot. All four poultuns are wide open now bat Dick.3y says he hopes to form some definite conclusions during Spring drills. Dickey tried to get a headitadt on practice by making four position changes. "We've moved Jimmy Stephens flaw tightend to linebacker, Ron Endedd. from fullback to tight end and MelvIn Flournoy from defensive guard to center." Dickey said. "IN ADDITON we've moved quarterback David WsiMht to defensive back." Three players. Joe AMien. Eddie Simn, and Bobble Moore will urns Spring drills due to knee injuries. Dickey feels he had a sound reariting yenr and singles out wide receiver Tony Stephens of Sarasota as Weing one of ils top grabs "We signed a couple of tight ends that mitht grow Into tackles." Dickey said. The Gators will practice four times a week during Spring drills which includes scrimmages every Wednesday and Situr.day. The four weeks of drills will be concluded on May 3 with the annual Orange and Blue watrasquad game.

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NOBlE CAT Is InaClass The l~d.p.nd.n' Rondo Ailigolor Tu.adey AulI S. T~15. Peg. 19 t a 'it af you like to be a part of the moving generation -you have to try the Hobie Way of Life Vts action ard enjoyment, freedom and exhilaration Jts the comn panionship of thousands of others wjth the same things an common. It's more than 500 regattas a year and everyone qualifies from f'rst time sailor to expert Joan the moving generation of Hobie Cat owners You'll find i's a Way of Life See them at your dealer now. Sa'3702 N. MA IN 377-S A IL Roberts vauI 8y NICK PUGLIESE Alligator Sporit Writer lEo ltlbcr. natme ill appear im the N976 edition of the t 1IN SSi H( )(fls (AWOULD FWCORDS. II i" teiiein p that he ate 54) hdrd-bolled eggs m n hal I hLour 1r piasedti ddlcsimks ior tour con'ecutive davs. sou 'Pen Wiben PdainW dttenlhOt to the sports pages latch. ROBERTS SET a new '.orld record for the pole vault on MIa.rnh 28d uring the Hlorida Rela vs by clearing the bar at S8* set hi Bob Seagren on iul 2. 1972 at Fugene. Oregon. Rhetni, 'dull as io fluke in tact, he had predicted that he I d k break the record before this year'. as out. "I K(NEW I had i good chance to set the record. but at kind it surprised mc ihat ar happened at the linst meec." the 23'ear old I F grad student 'aid. Hoi. does one feel after he 'et' a world's record? 1t hard to describe the feeling. It was a nice surprise to lock up and 'ce the bar still up there. After that at was complete elation. said the Florida Track Club member. SErrING A world record 'tith a tibergiass pole is a long wJY tromi competing in a backyard in Conroc. Texas with a rn -ogi for a ple, ut that's how Roberts got started at the I used to play around vith a fence-post in my backyard. and ii w'as .1 lot of Ion so I stuck with at." the soft-spoken nala'e lexan said. He "on the pole vault state championship in 1%69 during his senior year at Conroe High School. HIS VAULT "as 15-2". but his best in high school competition w.as 15.8 While attending Rice University. Roberts won the NCAA pole vault championship three years in a row, one AAU iham ptonshi p. and a fter graduation still another A AU title. His best ault before last Friday had been I'. LIFE HAS become more hectic for Roberts now, but his studies still come lirnt. "A hot ot people have been calling me to offer their congrstulattons l'ye given my tie story so many times that Ie got at down to tw~o minutes. into book photo by i-I '"Ifl I WORLD RECORD HOLDER DAVE ROBERS .started with a fence post "'m not complaining though. It makes me feel good that people care.' noted Roberts. "I'M STILL primarily a student. If vaulting interfered with my studies then I'd have to give it up." he added. For the fut ure there's the 1976 Olym pic games in Montreal. Roberts teeds he'll be there as a members of the [.S, team. "Inm definitely shooting at that (the Olympic games). Right now liii working on specific things. I plan on continuing on he 'ame schedule %till going after the record." he said. Are you listening GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS? COMING APRIL 7 CREATING AN ENVIRONMENT Independent Florida Alligator Consumer Section If your apartment or dorm room is furnished or decorated in a unique way, call The Alligator Advertising Dept. 376-4482 and we may include a feature on it in our next Habitat section. Interested in writing a Call us at 376-4482. We m1 /Need an apartment or or Sell your'trailer? War Fill out the below form a' at 1728 W. University or Shop & Bookstore with *PLEASE PUBLISH MY 4-UNE S"HABITA T" CLA SSIFIEC ON *APRIL16, FOR THE [OW PRICE OF '$100 ki'lK tnmeM e. 'fi Ieomemmem -.i1*t + Hab nitat? C da-lT-yourself iypv fea ure. ay be able to use it. a roommate? Want to sublet your house it to sell your stereo or buy a fish tank? nd send it in-or bring it to The Alligator to the jewelry counter at the Campus Si. .-------------------------------------------Fil n heba aloig o f~creach letter. space and pUflCtUatiOfl mark, 2 boxe. for capitol letters T T ALLL L LLLKLLLL LLLL L L I LLLLLL1L ---v-' VTYrLVVTTL LLLLL L L Li L LLLLL L I vT iTni' Fi I i L L L LL LLLLL t L' ---------------------------------------------i

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