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.1 Registrar/ / screens rolls/ / for drop-add' forgeryBy



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STUART EMMRICII torge add cards the registrar's office checks the final class IF A STUDENT does not have the add slip he is sent back
Alligator Staff Writer rolls with the add lists each college department compiles. to the department to determine if he illegally added the class.
Students who are caught ,by the registrar "and there"are Betty Cochran. a biology department secretary, said
The embattled UF Honor System has a believer In UF only a tew." are turned over to the Student Conduct Com students are automatically dropped from a class if forgery was
Registrar Louis Voyles. mittee for review, Voyles said. involved but added they are not usually handed over to
Although Voyles'office does have some procedures to catch Although Voyles said that the check of the final class rolls student conduct.
students who Forge drop-add cards, Voyles says he depends on with the departments done at the end of drop-add period is She said "five or six" forgeries are discovered each quarter.
the "basic integrity"of students not to falsify the cards. the surest way of catching a forger, one UF department has Cochran said "as far as I know" no other departments are
"Basically most students are honest and do what they are tound a way ,to cut down the forgeries while drop-add is still using the add slips procedures to cut down on the forgeries
supposed Jo. There are some irregularities each quarter, but going on. but suggested that it should be considered as a university
they are minor Voyles said. The biology department issues add slips to students who get wide policy. .
, ,! TO CATCH STUDENTS who may not share the same the department's permission which the students must presentto Cochran added that keeping up with students who illegallytry
r convictions in the workability of the honor system and who their' teacher to get added to the class roll. to add a class "is a real hassle. Something has to be done."
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By STUART EMMRICII the regent staff to study shorteningthe and we have to recognize that importance"
+ Alligator Staff Writer notification time for non-tenured faculty Criser explained.
and to possibly "freeze" tenure throughoutthe Approximately 55 per cent of faculty at the
in light of an uncertain economic future, a system.. state universities are tenured, according to
.,1: comprehensive review of tenure policies CRISER SUGGESTED shortening the system. Chancellor Robert Mautz.
',,: throughout the state university system has termination notice time from 16 to possiblynine Gene Hemp interim assistant vice
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been ordered by the Board of Regents. months. president for academic affairs said "a little
;r., ..". Regent Chairman Marshall Criser in- "The 16 months is long before'we know under 60 per cent" of UF Educational and
: what the budget is even going to look like, so General faculty are tenured.
' how can we decide how many faculty to keep MAUTZ SAID liE expected the regents to
:, r .'r' on." Criser said.Although take a "long term look" at tenure to
( Criser said a complete determine if there is too large a percentage of
': :r>- 'r;." ., examination of tenure policies is being tenured faculty in the state system.

.,' t. ", requested, including reasons for granting Mautz said any major changes in tenure
:' tenure and percentages of tenure faculty, he policies would not. be made until "people are
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J .' J"I.t.: '1"'$: _..". t added he has "no intention of doing away
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Marshall Harris, 'newest member of the the west half of the J. Wayne Reitz Union
Board of Regents and ex-state legislator, will cafeteria at 8 p.m. The faculty meeting will be
q be visiting the UF campus today through 'in the Union ballroom at 7:30 Thursday
Saturday to examine the different aspects of' night.
UF programs. Harris will also meet with UF vice
Among the items on Harris', packed presidents Student Government officers.and
schedule are open discussions with interested college deans and will tour the J. Hillis'Miller
students tonight and faculty members Health Center.
Thursday night. During his four-day visit Harris will stay at
THE STUDENT MEETING will be held in the home of,UF President Robert Q. Marston.






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Jackson : .p.eaceaccords secretWASHINGTON Wednesdaycapsule


(UPI) Sen. Henry Jackson, D-Wash.. In a Senate speech. Jackson said "1 have it on the best of curfew -
charged Tuesday that "secret agreements" exist between the information the best authority that secret agreements were Saigon
United States and South Vietnam which have been hidden reached" in connection with the Paris peace accords on
from Congress and until recently- from President Ford. Vietnam.As .
Jackson said the agreements "envision fateful American for Ford. Jackson said "I think he has. only recently lows baby liftSAIGON i
decisions," but did not disclose what they entail. Nor did he found out about these accords."
accept a challenge to make his knowledge available to the Jackson an announced candidate for the Democratic
Senate."I presidential(nomination said that while Ford has hinted (UPI) A curfew ordered, because of: the
know of no secret agreements," said Senate Democratic Congress-reneged on its commitments to South Vietnam "the bombing of President Nguyen Van Thieu's palace by a
leader Mike Mansfield. "Every time we met with Mr. fact is that Congress is being accused of violating com mutinous South Vietnamese Air Force pilot slowed Operation
Kissinger after one of his visits and journeys overseas that mitments and obligations it never heard of." Babylift and the air exodus of Americans Tuesday.The .
question was asked and the answer always was no." Jackson also said "obsessive secrecy" marked the Salt I pilot of the F5 Freedom Fighter, identified as North
He said if there was substantial evidence of secret negotiations to the point where not even then Defense Vietnam-born Lt. Nguyen Thanh Trung 26, probablyNlew
agreements "I would expect the appropriate committees to Secretary Melvin Laird and then Secretary of State William the plane to( a Communist-occupied base inside South
look into the breaches of faith and trust." Rogers were informed about two accords. Vietnam and defected military sources said.
Thieu escaped unharmed and said he viewed the attack as
an isolated incident and not a coup attempt. But three

Opposing forces Sex, drugs gambling exploded.persons were killed and four wounded by the single bomb that

Thieu immediately ordered a 24-hour curfew in the capital.
alleged in U.S. govt. The curfew was lifted six hours later but it curtailed the
meet in BangkokPHNOM human traffic on the daily airlift of orphans and civilian
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refugees from Saigon. 'At least one U.S. Air Force C141

PENH (UPI) two pilots injured. WASHINGTON (UPI) Government investigatorshave Starlifter flight between Saigon and Cark Air Base in the
uncovered evidence after-hour and Philippines was canceled and passenger traffic on two others
Cambodian Prime Minister Thai Foreign Minister craps games
Long Boret returned to this Chartchai Choonhavan said marijuana traffic at the Agriculture Department and also totaled only 31 persons.Joplin .
besieged capital Tuesdayfrom in Bangkok he believed are probing allegations female workers ran a prostitution
Bangkok where officials another meeting between ring a spokesman said Tuesday.The biography
said he met with Communist Cambodian government sex rumors have not been proved however the
Khmer Rouge rebel representatives and the Khmer spokesman added.
representatives in the possible Rouge might be LL Free assistant director of the department's Officeof termed 'obscene'HILLSBOROUGH.
beginning of a negotiated scheduled.It Investigation said the gambling and drug informationwas
settlement of the five-year-old turned up in November and was referred to the N.H. (UPD).- A book in a high school
Cambodian war. District of Columbia police. library portraying the tortured life of the late rock singer Janis
Officials in Thailand and takes a thief Free said one employe was arrested and two others Joplin has sparked a parent campaign against obscenity in
Cambodia said Long Boret resigned "during the early stages of our investigation." this tiny New England mill community.A .
met with the Khmer Rougefor HOLYOKE MASS. (UPI) Charles E. Collins a spokesman for the District of couple circulated: a petition (in the town of 2,778 and
four hours in Bangkok A prisoner skilled in Columbia Police said the police department had found no gained more than 100 signatures objecting to "taxpayers
Monday. No results of the safecracking may be taken grounds for filing gambling charges and no prostitution.The money being used to buy obscene books and with obscene
Bangkok meeting were from the Hampden County case was closed after a single narcotics arrest he said. language in them."
disclosed immediately.As House of Correction to help "This was not a large scale thing,",Collins said. "It wasa The controversy erupted when one of the four children of
Long Boret stepped off police open they tax collector's small incident and there is no ongoing (police) investigation Bernard Nickerson and his wife arrived home with "Janis" by
the special plane that broughthim safe stolen during the at the Department of Agriculture now." David Dalton. Nickerson objected to the "considerable
from Bangkok, the weekend. amount of bad language" in the biography.
Communist-led insurgentswere Police said Tuesday that
barely 3.3 miles from locksmiths who previously Fearful coal miners bill I
Pochentong Airport ,and opened safes rio longer do the protest
getting closer yard by yard work so somebody"with some '
by the day. Phnom Penh itself sort of experience in this field 'WASHINGTON (UPI) Hundreds of hard-hatted coal House waving signs reading"Mr. President: we want to work.
was surrounded by the rebels has to be found." miners. fearful a strict new strip.mining bill will cost their Let us." and "Congress must love unemployment."
who now control 90 per cent The safe was found jobs demonstrated at the White House and lobbied White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen told reporters he
of the country. Monday.night in a woodedareaof Congressmen Tuesday while huge coal trucks circled the could not provide any firm indication whether Ford would
Shortly before Long Boret Granby Conn., 30 miles Capitol. veto the bill until it comes out of a congressional conference
arrived rebels again hit the south of Holyoke. The dial The caravan from Virginia. West'Virginia Kentucky and committee.But .
airport with both artillery and was knocked off. Tennessee came to protest a bill requiring strip-robed land be he said Ford "has some concerns" about provisions
rockets in more than 30 The 500-pound safe restored ugly debris removed and polluted waters cleared particularly that the reform legislation would cause consumer
attacks. One Cambodian Air contains $28.208 in cash and coal prices to rise sharply. Ford vetoed a similar bill last
Force C123 was damaged and checks. up.Several hundred miners paraded in front of the White session.

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'j 1" Alligator' By DOUG Staff HATCH Writer The municipal utility agency might eventually receive up to 12 He said the bonds cost more because there must be money

] and DAVID KLEIN megawatts of power, he said. 'for construction and a reserve fund for interest payments.
; The 9.5 megawatts will be bought through the issuance of According to Roundtree. between $7 million and $8 millionin
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bonds, Roundtree said. ,
bonds would be issued even though the power only costs
Though the power itself costs only S550.QOO megawatt about S6.2 million. The
per extra money would be used in case
< The Utilities
Regional Board(RUB)will
get a jolt of atomic j
the bond cost would be equivalent to $650,000. per megawatt additional atomic: power became available from other
power soon and consumers will get some relief from soaringpower'costs Roundtree said.Tower. agencies.
RUB General Manager Robert Roundtree. said

Tuesday.Roundtree said the RUB will buy 9.5 megawatts ((9.5 8 floodsBy

,Million watts)of atomic power from the Crystal River atomic.
generating plant owned by Florida ,Power Corp.
DOUG HATCH
ROUNDTREE SAID the power supplied by the Crystal Staff Writer
River station will save RUB customers about $550,000 a year Alligator

in bulk power costs.
Nine floors of Towers flooded
The total package of almost J 10 megawatts will supply Beatty were Monday night
when a hot water line broke between the ninth and tenth
"around 10,per cent of our total output," Roundtree said. floors. b&S ra> ,
The RUB will not begin receiving the atomic power until 4 Y
the Crystal River plant scheduled for completion in September Although final damage reports were unavailable Tuesday,
Director of James T. estimated
Housing Hennessey carpeting
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at $2,000 to $3,000.
damage
ROUNDTREE SAID the RUB originally requested 82.6
TilE LINE BROKE about 8:30: in the northwest side
p.m.
megawatts, ."with no expectation at all of getting 82.6
of the men's tower. Then the water trickled from floor to floor, t /, ,. '
Instead,he said he told the commissioners to expect to receive 'i)"
about 10 megawatts. until the water reached the ground floor where damage was ;{)JI ,,'an;;, .:, .' (
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power if other buyers do not use their allocation to capacity. \
room on the ground floor and it might have to ,be replaced, :.c:, I). 'I
Hennessey said.Hennessey _; ; '" '

Green; wins top awardAlex said the carpeting in the private rooms probably ; \j"' 1:<
won't have to be replaced because they are being dried. x..' ))f"'
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HENNESSEY SAID he of to ; ';' ri!:
was unaware damages any "I 01'/:/
E. S. Green, a UF graduate research professor has personal property of anyone living in the towers. : ,.

been awarded the 1975 Medal of the Florida. Academy'of "If there is any personal property damage we will first ,: !\ ).
Sciences.: investigate what actions the residents made to save it (the .,,:,;14\
The award for an "outstanding scientist of Florida", was property)," Hennessey said. "Of course we will entertain
made at the academy's 39th annual meeting in Lakeland claims for lost property but this will come from the state."

March 28.GREEN. The flooding started about 9 p.m., said Paul Mazy,3ASB a
CAME to the University of Florida in J 1963. He is a resident of room 903,one of the first rooms affected.
graduate research professor of physics electrical. engineeringand THE WATER CAME through the light fixtures and later

areospace engineering. He is also' director of the Interdisciplinary through the air conditioning vents Mazy said.
Center for Aeronomy and Atmospheric "It started real slowly at first and then all of a sudden it

Sciences. really started up," John Hall,a resident of room 904, said.A photo by acy harper
Green has published more than' 200 books and articles plumber was called to the scene immediately but it was THE SKY IS FALLING I

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SHEILA SIMLER (cmpjoye' ) turnover."
Alligator Staff Writer Backup persons exist in case of any unforseen employe
shortage. Farmer added.
Florida Initial consideration of bond programs for capital improvement
Power Corporation will
automatically furnish brought a suggestion from Commissioner Joseph
power to UF for another year it was announced at 'the Little to purchase bonds now. He said bond rates are expected
Monday night city commission
meeting. ,', to'rise because of an increase in the federal deficit this year.A .
The,City of Gainesville wanted to bid for the $3 million RUB AMENDMENT that could save homeowners
contract, but the Board of Regents was not notified by the $50,000 this month will be given final action at Wednesday'sRUB
April 5 deadline. meeting.
.We won't be able to bid for 1976" said Richardson. "We
The' will
amendment mean a reduction of about $2 per
have waited 10 years apparently we will wait 11 years now. customer for April. The, rate' for March was 18 mills per '
COMMISSIONER,Joseph,Little said regent Jack McGriff kilowatt hour and April's rate will be 16.05 mills per kilowatt '
told him UF will be given a chance for the city to bid in future hour for,users of 1,000 kilowatt hours per mont h.
years.Gainesville's. In. other action, the commission discussed complaints of an hhh
Regional Utilities Board (RUB) will have until illegal, number of students living together which violates the,
Jan. S, 1977. to notify the regents that RUB wants to furnish minimum housing code.
UF with power Utilities General Manager Robert Roundtreesaid. THE COMMISSION is seeking an effective way to enforce
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the law
A revenue shortfall of $8,000 is anticipated for the city Commissioner Russell Ramsey asked City Manager B.
budget this fiscal' ear. City Manager B. Harold Farmer said Harold Farmer and City Atty. Osee Pagan to investigate
this is because there was no surplus of money from last year. methods used in other cities with similar problems.
THE 1974.75 expenditures are within the budget and will Farmer noted that such an investigation was made before
,not present any problems for this year. Farmer said. and it was "fruitless." ... oj
The commission decided to continue a hiring freeze of city "Tallahassee claimed they have no such problem," said
employes to reduce costs for next year. Farmer said this action Farmer. He explained that no other cities acknowledge the JAMES RICHARDSON
will pose no problems because "I don't anticipate much situation, but he will continue to search for a solution. ."we won't be able to bid for 1976" I




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; divers recovered the bodies of Jenny Springs has a "complicated cave'
"!" '"", three Georgia scuba divers who drowned system" that might explain the large numberof
'- ;. -. Monday in Jenny Springs in northeast drowning deaths that have occurred therein
Gilchrist county. the past. Williams!'' said. '

: ,!,. The bodies of Dean Hale Case, 43, of "Between Jenny Springs and Devil's Hole
... "; Appling, Ga. and Darryl Harkins 28, of (another cave close by) there were nine diving
Augusta, ,Ga. were recovered by divers deaths last year," he, said.Students ,
Monday night, according to Gilchrist County
Deputy Sheriff Darrell Williams.

r! THE BODY OF the third drowning victim. exhibitat
Barton David Wittenberg 20, of Augusta
Ga., was recovered Tuesday morning,
Williams said.A Grinter Hall!

fourth diver, Peyton Gill. 19, of
0 N t, Washington. Ga., escaped unhurt he said. Fourteen UF senior painting students will
exhibit their work at the Grinter Galleries
The three dead men were wearing single air
during April.
qP 4A tanks while Gill wore a pair of tanks. None of
the' men were using safety lines, Williams The Galleries are located on the first floor
said. of Linton E. Grinter Hall. The exhibition is
open to the public Monday through Friday
THE FOUR MEN were diving approximately from II a.m. 2 p.m.
250 to 300 feet inside the 7U ,*x>t-
PEYTON GILL, 18, WAS ONLY SURVIVOR deep cave when they "presumably" got lost in The participants are students of Professor
canoes used by foursome In fatal l diving trip the cave and ran out of air he said. Hiram Williams' senior painting classes.



Barron and Tucker open Florida Legislature




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By BRUCE MORRIS supreme court justices, Askew asked the legislature to adopt MARTIN SAID he supports the governor's "Missouri
Alligator Staff Writer the "Missouri Plan" of selecting judges. Plan" for the judiciary. He said he has advocated a switch to
Senate President Dempsey Barron and Speaker of the Under this plan a panel selects several nominees for a that type of system since 1968.
House ponald Tucker gaveled their houses to order Tuesday vacant judgeship position. The governor appoints one of "We have to" find ways to upgrade the judicial: system. One
morning to open the 1975 Florida legislative session., these, and after a designated term he is put on the ballot for a of the ways is the Missouri Plan,"he said.
Both leaders sounded notes of legislative independence and public vote on whether to retain or dismiss him. However Martin was skeptical about its chances of passingthe
warned Gov. Reubin Askew to use his veto power wisely. Askew also called for full financial disclosure and rigid legislature this year.
, Barron said in his opening speech of the 60-day session. "I 1 conflict'of interest laws. "We must prove we are truly public' During its 60-day session the legislature also will consider
don't believe there is one among you who does not take pride' servants and not the servants of either the vested interests or .passage of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA).
in being one of 40 state senators independent of other .our own self-interests. he said. ASKEW REITERATED his support for its passage in his
branches of government." He described his landslide re-election as "a mandate for address, provoking a "thumbs-down" demonstration in the
!N OPENING REMARKS to his house colleagues Tucker full financial disclosure. I will do everything I can to fulfill l gallery by three rows of anti-ERA forces. .
warned Askew to take care to avoid using his veto power too that mandate," he said. When contacted Tuesday Martin said a group of the anti-
freely in his, unprecedented second term. ASKEW PRESENTED plans for dealing with economic ERA people had just left his office. He said they were making
,Both men also advised legislators against pushing for any recession and increasing crime- including gun control laws their rounds of the capital. '
new taxes and they promised quick action on bills that will and minimum prison sentences without paroles for crimes Although Martin said he will vote for the ERA and expectsit
reorganize the Department of Health and Rehabilitative committed,with dangerous weapons. will narrowly pass the house,he doesn't think it will make it
Sirvices and the Environmental, Protection Agency. Ir The governor was not given a rousing welcome by the joint through the senate.
tin hIs fifth state of the 'state address: Askew ,called for session, according to ,Rep. ,Sidney Martin DHawthorne."He The legislators will consider a bill to put (a student on the
revision in voting registration practices. He advocated didn't set me on tire." Martin said. Board ot Regents And. a bill to raise tuition instate univer
redrawing voting rolls every four years instead of every two Rep. Bill Andrews. Sen.,Bob Saunders and Sen. Kenneth sities.
And providing registration by mail. "Buddy" MacKay. the other local legislators could not be Martinopposes any tuition hike but he said "it will be
IN THE WAKE of Impeachment proceedings against two reached for comment at the capital late Tuesday. tough tough sledding" 'to prevent it..

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( page one)
Criser told the regent's staff he expects the
given a chance to go over the proposals and report in time for next month's meeting.
suggest changes." .
Mautz said the "up or; out" tenure
requirement would also have to be studied.
," ). UNDER PRESENT TENURE rules, if a PseudonymoffSGballot ,.
/1 faculty member is not tenured in his sixth,
; :t year of employment then he must be terminated ,\
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a year later.
Mautz said this was a "standard academic
policy set by the American Association of
we
University Professors,but 1 really don't know Alfredo Fettucini dead ,but Richard
the reasoning behind it." Snyder lives on.
need a leader, Monday is not the first time that the The newly formed election commissionruled
i question of tenure review has come up before Monday night to uphold the decision of)

4.. ,not just anaccountant. the regents. director of elections Scott Simmons that
Richard Snyder. independent student body
NEAR THE BEGINNING of Mautz' termas
chancellor in 1969,he proposed a review of presidential candidate, must use his real
a .9 ... the tenure process. name on the April 16 election ballot.
aA'1, t''Ry Snyder wanted to use the fictitious name
Among the changes that came from that Alfredo Fettucini on the ballot.
review was a lengthening of the probation The election Commission is an independentagency
period for professors before they came up for of Student Government overseeing the
.... tenure from three to five years. conduct canvassing and certification of) SG

:: "I'm leaving where I came in with a elections.
); tenure review.." Mautz said Tuesday."1 guess Members of the election commission are:
it's like marriage it will always be with\ us." Greg Enholm, 7BA, chairman; Randy
We need new leadership in the Treasurer'soffice Bradey. 4JM; Wally Anderson. 4BA; Beth
MAUTZ WILL BE succeeded by E.T Yorkas
Wilson, ILW; and Kathy Whitney. 3BA.
chancellor I I. .
;ready to initiate innovative on July Snyder said he filed an appeal with the
An almost annual review of tenure will Student Appeals Court but dropped the
apparently not come before the state appeal when he could not find a Florida
programs designed to save you money. legislature this year however. Statute"stating a candidate can run under a
State Sen.Richard Deeb,known for filing a fictitious name."
yearly bill to abolish tenure,has not prepareda Jim Roark,student appeals,court member
CALEB GRIMESPaid
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do so,according to a member of his staff. unless there is proof of a gross error." .
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Mr. IBM is dropping in to look us over today.

The sharp-tongued, quick witted, Harvard
trained lawyer is arriving this morning for a three

day visit, apparently to sort of get the feel of UF.

After eight years of trying to get the Florida

House of Representatives to run more efficiently,
Marshall Harris, newly appointed to the Board of

Regents, is now taking on higher education.In I
the next few days he will meet with President

Marston and other administrators and faculty as

well as career service employes, just to make sure
they are doing their jobs. He will also personally

inspect the medical center, IFAS, and other

colleges.Oh .
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'yes, and he wants to meet the students too. + / 'r
This is the first time the Miami lawyer has v

visited UF since he quit the legislature,because he

couldn't get along with House Speaker Don

Tucker, and joined the regents in January.But .
we remember the Harris from times past.
As a matter of fact it was just about this time last *THE AMERICANS ARE> I.EAVINCNOW WITH THEIR. SOUVENIRS : PLASTIC\ ELEPHAhTTS

year when, in another editorial, we expressed our AND WAR ORPHANS. soum vlEWM1ESE OmCERlanguage

desire to see Harris impaled on a silver diploma.It .
was in the final days of the 1974 legislative

session when student lobbyists were anxiously the
watching the new regent-proposed tuition plan to Changing

see if .it would clear the legislature before the
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session ended.
The stuffed full of curious onlookers
Suddenly from out of the house appropriations linguists room aggressive was feminists and many of the world's

committee, of which Harris was chairman, came a notorious male chauvinists. The feminists had just come
second fee proposal that made the regents' clean linguistic victory and wiped our all the [ SATIRE ]
proposal pale in comparison.Harris connotations of the English language. Now gripping
dictionaries with calloused hands, the feminists
wanted to assess undergrads up to $15. a
to attack French.A .
credit hour and graduate students from $25 to $34 preparing
"
microphone groaned the room quieted and the on my shirt anymore.
an hour. person of the debate spoke. "As many of you here YOU CAN TAKE the bra off .
Whether the plan was designed as a smoke know, in the recent past anyone wishing to speak mean I can burn it after 1 take it off. Oh well maybe
.screen for the regents' proposal or Harris really

.believed students weren't paying enoug ,the move r- ARNADE think we've deviated from the major topic of
had its etlect. It took everyone's mind oil the real TONY: ," said the voice on the microphone. "Now does
issue long enough for the session to end and the have any suggestions for the word rock?"
L GUEST ," SAID THE black-clad: male chauvanist. "I think
to sneak the into effect
regents new plan ,. unap-
to throw it out the window and go on to more
proved. .. forced to utter such slanted phrases as Mister, words. I'd like to. know who's gonna get stuck '
And that wasn't the first time Harris had an manhandle manhole, and even the nefarious pronoun the word 'gutter'." I
impact on higher education. .Only months before In fact we have a recorded case of a poor woman who don't be silly," snapped the feminist.. "Everyone
he grabbed headlines all over the state with his 'his' so much that her relatives thought she'd taken. Greek'L it's men who dig gutters, it's men who pass out dead
accusations of gross university padding of her senses and was imitating snake calls. in gutters,'and you never see a woman urinating in a J
"BUT THANKS are due for the effort of a few ." -
graduate enrollment rolls to gain state His
money. working persons who after burning their bras went we have a.problem even deeper than
accusations touched oU'months of hurried neuterize the English language. Tonight many of these ," said the voice 'over the microphone. "This is a
university audits and repeated denials by administrators persons will attempt to neuterize French a much matter that confronts us in all languages. What are we
and regents alike. difficult task since every word is either masculine or to do with mailman."
Later Harris grabbed headlines once more when We are going to begin with the word rock. Now what ,",SAID THE black-clad male chauvanist. "We
shall we make rock?" at our options. We can change it to man mail, female
his subcommittee took a "get tough" stand toward
"Well. I think, and you may not agree" said a male male female female or what sees most probable we
higher education and recommended a 15 per cent feminist, "to be a rock represents the strength of have our postage delivered by a woman man."
cut in funding.It and therefore should be feminine.' I'll refuse to utter any such word which connotes
wasn't until months later, when the credibilityof "I disagree" murmured a black-clad male the men who carry the male when It's us women who
the state university system had already been think and this is my own personal opinion but I feel ."
rock symbolizes the strength of manhood and I don't care how equal we are supposed to be." said
severly damaged that state auditor general Ernest
should be masculine." girl. "I'm gonna refuse to call any of my
Ellison revealed that less than four pet cent of the "WE OUGHT :TO forget the whole thing and Harry or George."
state's graduate students were overenrolled and language alone." a blonde sorority girl said, that settles it" says the voice over the microphone.
that the overenrollment was not due to 'padding' Benji says woman libbers just want to burn our bras." moralistic tampering with any language won't change
as Harris alleged, but to widespread misun- "Well, what's wrong with that?" snapped the fem 's attitudes. So man, I think we ought. to forget the
"If I burn my bra I won't have three dimensional thing."
derstanding of the cumbersome rules. and
regulations.
Ron Cunningham David ICSoJn
In view of his past track record we weren't The Independent Edltor-In-Chl.' Monogingfdltor
surprised to see Harris go along with every other I
regent except Gainesville's Jack McGriff last Florida Alligatorb/t'" "' :'

month to vote for yet another tuition hike. This .. .. '
new tuition plan comes very close to matching Ll 1lI, f..jwttll GII -MlndlKeimon '>',i If:';, Jody Carlini .' 'f I
Harris earlier proposal. EP ''N.wsEdilor ,,,: layout Edito r:
While we haven't been too overjoyed at Harris' ..1
appointment the we are glad he has Lk'Tonr Kendzior. .;,.. ,........... ................... .......Gonerol Manager
regents Jom.s Cook ... ;... .....,. ........ ... ..............Assistont G.n.rol Manager 1 'Publith by
expressed a desire to meet with students while here M..... Ev.lyne.st ... .., ... ,. ......... .... ....... .......Administrotiv.Asststontnn. !
in Gainesville.We .Molp hun 4" r... .........I....... .... ...... ... .. .to....Iookk., rC. 1';,....."." r'n/,1/1/r: ',I/""'''. h.'
..than few students .Roy Shipp ''" '1-' . .. .. :.. ..... ......... ... ..tusineisMonog.r
hope more a are won- Tom MocNomoro L....:, '.:..-".'..:.. ... ......:..:.,.!;... .... ...... ...... . .. >;.Accountont '.0. 10M_ 12266 Univ.rsity
dering why they have to pay increasingly more for Me..,......Jr. . .. . .. .. ... ..,. . .... . . . .Advertising\ Monog.r ; R"'fj Oft. '' .-i''", Ftorido with'Roy
their education every fall. Maybe Harris will be Donna Lubrono .. . ... . .. ...4.... .. . ... . Adv.rtlslng Coordinator oif} ic.i b.hind tho Coli... Inne.
key Harp.r . .. .-. . .. . .. . . .Sp.clol SOC1Ions Coordinator 172. West UniWOflity. .
able to explain it to them tonight.It Lynda Homl.r . . . ." . . : . . Adv."slng' Production Mano.r ,us,,...OfflC.phone: 7764Ed '
is said Harris loves a tight, and he is fond of .Lynn Sokl.r .. . . . . -. . . . . Editorial: Production Manager tono p.ponnln376w3t: .
saying "I'm not running a popularity contest". Jim Esposito . . . . . . . . . Editorlol Production Monogo Advertising end .Production
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read the platforms of other Student
have Government Lobby for student rights before the State Legislature. and He is also a recognized leader and worker in the school, as:
and wonder why we've seen the
political parties same trumped Board of Regents .John Marshall Bar Association treasurer-elect
issues for the past five
up campaign years. .Present workable alternatives to students .Feature editor. The Verdict
Why should we believe now that such promised action is .Keep regular office hours and hold open meetings with Co-editor. Law Center News
not as hollow as in recent years? students Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity.As .
ON THE OTHER HAND, the Florida Student Party's Aggressively recruit SG cabinet members Chancellor of the Honor Court Ben pledges the ,
latform is based on realistic challenges for positive changeor .Institute student ombudsman following for students:, :,
Florida's students. Greg Sherman is probably the most qualified person to ever .Work for' non-partisan judiciary elections
Furthermore, FSP's candidates are unique in that they run for treasurer at UF. .Open judiciary proceedings at the trial level
\ ave records of past accomplishments as well as titles of Not only is he the incumbent treasurer who did not use his .Protect the identity of students under investigation
ervice. (Compare this with their opponents who, on the most office for a political stepping stone but Greg has served in .Work to increase awareness of the. Honor Code and the
art,have done little,more than fill vacancies, make promises, many other positions and has achieved many ac function of the Honor Court
nd produce little.) complishments for Florida students. Finally, Florida Student Party's candidate for chief justiceof
; Hence, when one considers the source of campaign Compare Greg's record as: the Traffic Court. Bob Lindgren, is the only. qualified
remises, FSP's candidates are surely more, credible than .Coordinator, Activity and Service Fee Committee candidate for the office.
heir opponents.FOR Board of directors Student Credit Union Bob's record is based on years of work not recent ap-
INSTANCE, Alyce McAdam, our candidate for .University Budget Committee member and member of the pointments. .
>resident, has served: Union Board of Managers Compare Bob's record:
.As student senator and SG cabinet member Director Gator Loan Fund and student senator .Associate justice of the Traffic Court and deputy chief
.With UF Affirmative Action Council and Student Again, Greg is uniquely qualified, as his accomplishmentsprove justice ',
ighttime Auxiliary PatrolAs : Student senator
president and state secretary of the National Founder of the Florida Turnpike Toll discount program .SG cabinet director
)rganization for Women Established the Business Administration College Council .Member of Parking' and Transportation Committee
.A member of Savant and a registered lobbyist, and Alyceas .Recognized as an extremely student oriented and ac- .Environmental Action Group-director of transportation
been recognized for her service accomplishments. She: cessible member of SG by Honor Court report. Compare his accomplishments: ,,
Isthe founder of the Gainesville Rape Crisis Center If reelected, Sherman pledges these realistic proposals. : .Established and chairs the Traffic Court of Appeals
.Has been a guest lecturer throughout Florida .Publish the state audit Established the Cin City-Tanglewood bus route
.Is co-author of the SG "Rape" pamphlet Follow up the examination of infirmary service Initiated the partial closing of the inner campus to traffic
Was a varsity member of the women's gymnastic team. Continue student services such as expanding child day care Increased parking on Sorority Row
Similarly, Bubba Huerta FSP's vice presidential candidateas facilities As Chief Justice Bob knows how and where to go to:
been busy serving and accomplishing.Bubba Work to insure continued student control over the activityand Improve existing transportation
has served as: service fee .Expand parking facilities and emphasize student safety
.SG director of athletics Expand money saving programs for students .Moderate overselling of parking decals
.Director of "Gator Clinics for a Cause" .Continue to be accessible and responsive to students. Work to close 'the inner campus'to automobiles.
Member of Florida Blue KeyA Ben Ayres is also uniquely qualified to serve as chancelloron Florida Student Party asks that you compare the records of
member and former officer of Kappa Alpha fraternityIn the Florida Student Party ticket. the candidates for the various offices..
the area of accomplishments, Bubba: His service is both within and beyond the realm of the Note closely their records of accomplishment and consider
.Originated "Gator Clinics for a Cause" Honor Court. ,Compare Ben's record: who will actually come through with their campaign promises.FSP .
.Was a varsity baseball player for three years Honor Court attorney general's staff doesn't offer a "pie-in-the-sky" platform but ratherone
.Has volunteered his services to work with juvenile Honor Court Bar Association which is realistic. For, an unrealistic platform is action we
elinquents Secretary, Board of College Councils don't need.
Together Alyce 'and. Bubba intend to: .Vietnam veteran Alyce Bubba, Greg Ben Bob and the rest of Florida
Restructure SG via a binding student vote on alternatives .florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau ,Student Party need your vote and your support on April 16.
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EDITOR: This is directedwards watch 30 or so people- runaround library can't even buy books;
the entire student naked but how many why teachers are being cut;
ody of UF (fat least to thosef of you are willing to take a why our labs are so full; why
you that can read and are half an hour out of your students are taking courses in
traight enough to com- study-party time to make a dorm basements; why the I 1
rehend). stand for your own University's accreditation is
education? in jeopardy; why we must
On Wednesday. April 9. The members of the swelter during the hot (4j/\
Marshall Harris (a member ot regents. the Florida weather trying to study; whywe
he Board of Regents) will be Legislature and Gov. Askeware have a Student Infirmary
MI campus to talk to interested a bit out of touch with the built for 6.000 students attempting C
students and faculty. reality that faces our institution to serve a mere
I his will be his first official and need a little 28.000; and why there is a
skit t to( UF since joining; the help in seeing the light. Their good chance that,students will ....
regents and all students will efforts at cutting the fat off be forced to attend school in
have the opportunity of, are analagous to a brain the summer to "save money"?
talking to him tace-to-face at surgeon using Paul Bunyan's IF THE STUDENTS of
p.m. in the J. Wayne Reitz ax or a barber using a lawnmower this campus do not show up
Union Cafeteria,,while faculty instead of clippers. and make their move when
and staff may meet him at Organizations like Students given this ideal opportunity, ;f ".",: ,',

7:30p.ni.: in the second floor Against Cutbacks are great. then the problems and ..:.... "
ballroom. I want to urge all but think of the effect that miserable conditions that will "
students to !show up at these 5.000 students (less than one- undoubtedly come in the fall
meetings to demonstrate, a fifth of the total' enrollment) are well deserved. If we. as
show of concern and strength crammed into the cafeteria students, (supposedly the
in opposing the upcoming protesting fund cuts and the enlightened generation)
tuition hikes and 'major fund like would have upon those cannot stand up for our own
aits. with the power to change such education. instead of
IT'D BE PRETTY sad ifonly atrocities. dismissing it as inevitable like
a handful of students How many of you out there mindless sheep then how canwe 1 r -
showed up. We can easily get wouldn't just love the chance possibly expect others to?
5.XX( ) students out on the to ask Why our fees will begoing Perhaps. in this case, the,cuts,
lawn for a Herbie Mann up: why classes will be will be justified. L
This is our
concert and another J.OOO.to( more crowded: why our Remember:
education that is being
The slashed and no one else's. Be ,FYI
Independent there. Wednesday April 9 at
8p.m. in the cafeteria, and
Florida AlligatorSheila protest in an orderly, civilized
manner, asking questions and
DraperEntertainment Gary BalaneH, letting a show of numbers
Editor At iocio. Editor
!speak loudest. Let's show the
!state that we, THE PIJNE ,
Eric Estrtn stand U1Cli1
STUDENTS will not
Wire Editor r
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Greg Forte; Tom Shroder ,,
Aut. N.wt Editor 'Mark J S... Sutton
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t', Alligator Staff Writer part of the German language film series. ,

JAZZ BAND The UF Jazz Band will perform BLOODMOBILE Blood Center mobile The will be Civitan taking donationsand Regional :YY IT IS NOT

Thursday at 12:30: p.m at the J. Wayne ReiU offering free blood typing Thursday at
Union Colannade 'as part of the the Plaza of the Americas from 9 a.m. to 2:30 I "'
"Celebration" program sponsored by p.m. For further information call Chris Fey at S TOO LATE TO SIGN UP &
Omicron Delta Kappa.(ODK)and the Union. 3776906.
GATOR SKI CLUB Ski freaks are invited PI SIGMA ALPHA: The National Political
tonight to the club's membership drive for the Science Honor Society will recruit new 9VVOLUNTEER
upcoming tournament. The club will meet*in members at its Thursday meeting at 3:30: p.m. .
room 118 of the Union from 7 to 8:30. For in room 102 Peabody Hall. "
more information' contact Steve Troupe at BLACK STUDENTS Programs and ac- CALL OR COME BY THE SAMSOM OFFICE
3725235. tivities meetings tor Black Student Assemblywill
UNION MOVIE "Pather Panchali" will be be tonight at 7 p.m. at Bryan Hall. For
shown as part of"Celebration" by ODK and more information contact Dean Joyce Taylorat 392-1608
the Union tonight at 7:30 and 9 p.m. in the 3921261.
Union auditorium. LAMBDA GAMMA PHI UF Chapter of the
BADMINTON CLUB Interested students pre-veterinary club will meet tonight at.7 in 308 REITZ UNION
and faculty may join,the badminton club at a room 211 of the Mechanical Engineering
T meeting tonight from 7 to I 11 1 at the south end Building. For further information call 372-
of Florida Gym. For, further information, 9631 or 3772395.
.... contact Dave Zarco at 3927228. JUDO CLUB,The Judo club is looking for k u : .
S.T.A.R.I Star Trek Association for Revival new members for spring quarter. Meetings are *-'.f.r"_ f
invites anyone interested in the group to open to spectators each Tuesday and F t
attend its meetings Thursdays from S to? p.m. Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the south end of r ata
at the Towers TV room. For more information Florida Gym. 'j s Y .
call Mark Grover at 392-8784. PSI CHI National Psychology Honor Societywill i : # _
GUEST SPEAKER John P. Sullivan will meet tonight at 8 in room 151 of the
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speak on "Horace and Propertius:' Another Psychology Building. New members are :
Literary Feud" as guest of the classics, welcome. to r ; ;", 'n"2 xar
department Thursday at 8 p.m. room 117 CIRCLE Ki Circle K will meet Thursday at 6 .xl",
Little Hall.LECTURE. p.m. in room ISOC of the Union. For more f
AND DISCUSSION "Judaismand information call the Circle K office,3921678. .
Sex" will be the topic of discussion at the AUDITIONS Tryouts for' the Broward- .
Hillel Foundation 16 NW 18th St.,tonight at Rawlings Dry Cellar will be Thursday at 8
8. p.m. in the Rawlings lobby. For more information k.
TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION A call 3929202. a a
lecture sponsored by the International COMBAT The UF Simulated Combat Club
Meditation Society on the effects of tran- will meet tonight at 7 in 'room 347 of the
scendental meditation is open to the public at Union. Anyone interested is welcome.. For
8 tonight in McCarty Auditorium. For more more information call 3783434.
information contact Barbi Bordeaux at 495-. STUDENT ,SUPPER Food for UF's
2654. famished students will be given out .at the
MOVIE "Aren't We Wonderful?" a University United Methodist Church 1320
German film with English subtitles-:will be W. University Avenue, at 6 tonight. Donationis
shown Thursday at J:30 p.m. in room SOB I of SI.t. .
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increased efficiency FREE LECTURE TONIGHT
rt". perception and performance W.d., April 9 8 p.m.
The deep rest gained from a few minutes McCarty Auditorium
of Transcendental Meditation twICe dally provides SG needs of :
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. CeQebhatl Q n Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union, NON CREDIT'.COURSES -

Asian Studies Department, Public Functions

April 7-12 and the Arts and Sciences Student Council

Sponsored ,by,ODK and the J, Wayne An Indian dance, performance featuring three .
Reitz Union "* ., traditional cultural dances will be presented in the J.

Wayne Reitz Union Ballroom at 8:15 p.m. on April 18. Registration for all workshops and lessons will take place in Room

led., April 9 LUNCH BOX THEATER Anjali, the performer will be giving her first per 330, from 9:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m., March 31 through April 11.

Noon.Movie. formance in the Southeastern United States. Students faculty and staff number and their spouses will have
priority for I.sson.nroilm.nt from March 31 through April 4, Only
"Father Panchali" after this time will registration be open to other person
7:00: ; ?:3O INDIAN DINNER Due to price and registration diff..ntlals..1t will be necessary that

1 each person come to register with appropriate Identification.

urs., April 10 UNIVERSITY JAZZ J In coordination with the dance performance, the J. Enrollment for Individual classes II limited and therefore, on a
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BAND J
first-come, first-served basis. Person may only register for
Wayne Reitz Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian themselves.
:, 12:30: If-
p.m.ri. cuisine. The dinner will precede the performance and Because registration for all workshops and lessons limited, we

., April 11 DEBATE TEAM will give people opportunity to become mud consider your decision to enroll final by 4:00 p.m. the

EXHIBITION Noon J acquainted with food and music of India. working day preceding the first scheduled class: Refund will
only be mad. und.r these circumstances.
.- 'y, RENAISSANCE ENSEMBLE Admission is free, however those attending the Indian CONTtMPORARV WITCHCRAfT

j'I ,: 8:15 p.m. J dinner will get reserved seating. THf ART Of BONSAI SORCERY AND MAGIC
Tue.April IS-Moy 27 Turn.April 15.May 27
TALENT SHOW 7:90: --9.30 p.m 7:30-9.30 p.m
9:30 Reserved seats for the dance performance will be I INSTRUCTOR: INSTRUCTOR;
p.m. : made available to those attending the dinner. Terry Davit DikU Jo Mullen '.
SIS.00 Student.S20 110.00 Student
at., April 12 ART EXHIBITION & SALE : Tickets are $4.00 for U of F students $5.50 for non- .00 Non Student $I 5 00 Non Student.

10:00: a.m. 6:00: p.m. students. ASTROLOGY GROW YOUR OWNOrganic itThum

Beginning April 7, tickets will be on sale at the 730.930pm.April: 17.May 29 ( .April GardeningTurn. IJ-Moy 27

IfflISJ University Box Office (Constans Theatre) from 12:00: to INSTRUCTOR: 730.930pm: ,
I**************************** 4:30: p.m., Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be DiUtl 110.00 Jo Sludentt Mullen. INSTRUCTOR Stan.....IodeSIS.00Non.SIud. :

available at the door. Phone 392.1653 for reser- I ..." $ $10 00 00 Non-Student.Student.IS ', '

vations. ASTROLOGY MOW root OWN _
Wed.Aprlll/ It-May 217.30.930pm
(0rg0n1cGclrdenln9J) '
: : ; Thur April 17-May 29_ r .
INSTRUCTOR: : 7 30-9 ,, '
: .30p." .Jo
David Cochrone INSTRUCTOR '. ', ;
PATHER PANCHALI i' ;
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$ Student* SIoft"'Iode' >. 1 .
REITZ UNION 1'---:" SIS.00 Non.Student '$10.00........ t "'
ARREDONDOROOMLUNCHEON a. NVI.IIINGIANJO $1J.00 Non-Student. '
(Beginning) MIMI ,
SPECIAL Mon.April 14-Mav 26 Mon'Aprfll4-Mo,26':
7:KX?:30pm. 7:30.930pm: .. .. .
.
ti INSTRUCTORGallGllleiple: INSTRUCTOR '
irk :
SOUP AND SALAD BAR Jon Schwaris
1 $10, .00 Student. $10.00 ........
$1.50 $15 00 Non.Student. $13.00 Nan Student

P1VI-STRINO BANJO NEBUPOINT AND BAtGCUO
Homemade J (Beginning) Wed April: lI-Moy K
Soup Tue April 15-May 27 7:>>'. p.m,
Make Your Own Fresh 730.930pm.: : INSTRUCTOR: -
INSTRUCTOR: ..
Green Salad TomMorrl.., Eleanor 110.00 Student Leighllle. '.
Choice of Dressings & Condiments 110.00 Student.* II$00 Non.Student.HOWER ..
$13.00,Non-Student.
Fresh Sliced Bread ARRANGING PAINTING
W.d.April 16-Moy 38. Thurs.April 17.May 29
Coffee or tea This is the first part of Satyajit Ray's 7.>>' 30 p.m.. 730-9: :30pm

Served Monday through Friday chronicle of a Bengali family and the Joel,INSTRUCTOR Buchanan: INSTRUCTOR B,,11 School :

11:30: a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The deals mainly with $10.00 Student. $10,00 Student.SIS .
boy Apu. story
SIS 00 Non Student. 00 Non Stud.....
Apu's father and his struggle to SRIOCfNThur ROCEN ROLL RMVAL
SUGARLANDEXPRESS *.April 17-May 29 TV** April J-Moy 27
support his family in their ancestral 730-9: :30pm. 7:30-9:30 p.m

village. The performances from the Adrian INSTRUCTOR Dovell: INSTRUCTOR Tom Elllgetf:

$10.00 Student. ? $10.00 Student.SISOONonStudent...
largely non-professional cast are $T S 00 Non.Student. .

outstanding. Especially notable is the CHESS 1 1Tu RCCORDB

acting of Chunibala Devi as the .7.:April-?:30pm i5-May. 27 Wed(Beginning April 16-Moy) 29.* 't

a aging aunt. In Bengali with English INSTRUCTORMichael Bart: 7:30-9::30 p.m..
INSTRUCTORMIchnM :
$10 I .00 Stud.....
sub-titles. S15.00Nan-Stu....* lightnerS10.0U
Student.
CHtSSM .- SIS.00 Non-Student.*
WED., APRIL 9-7:00; 9:30 Wed April 16-Moy 2B TOGAIThur .
730-9: :30pm, *.April 17.Moy 29
2ND FLOOR AUD. INSTRUCTORMichael : 10.00.......12 Noon
Bait INSTRUCTORScarlet :
$10.00 Student.IISOONonVudent. Johnnn I
AIIn I CRAFTS CENTER $10.00 Student*
WOIKSHOPS $1$.00 Non-Student
r CROCHETING
lAnK JEWELRY CONSTRUCTION, Wed April 16-May 28. YOGA
Tue April 1 HMoy 27
(Beginning)
Wed AprIl litJune 4 730-9: :30pmINSTRUCTOR .
Mon. April 14-Jun* 2 : 10:00am 12 noon
2004 OOp m. :
.I. INSTRUCTORKoth
30330pm :
INSTRUCTOR. : Alice Snyder
INSTRUCTOR. Renihaw
Student.
L ndo Doily $7 00
$20 00 Student. IndaDarty $10 00 Non.Student. $10.00 Student:
SIR" 00 Student. $1$.00 Non Student
$22 00 Non Student. r, r ,

JEWELRY CONSTRUCTION .

CRAFT SURVEY T un'1n.d'OIe.AprMISJuneST3&930pm :I
Mon.April 14-June 2 :
7.30-9:30: p.m. INSTRUCTOR
f INSTRUCTOR: Linda Doily
Linda Doily $l'00 Student
$20.00 Student. $24 00 Non.Student
ased on an actual event,In Texas In 1969, this is $26,00 Non.Student* U

[helive-action story of a'young mother who helps r Thurs JIWEUIY.April CASTING 17.JunoS "

ier husband escape from prison so they may 200.400pmINSTRUCTOR: :,

escue.their baby from involuntary adoption. The Hope While
EMBROIDERY Sir 00 SIsrd.nisMon.
Foss-country pursuit, of, the fugitive couple and. .April 14-Moy S $24 00 Mon.Student*
Tieir hijacked Texas State 'police car make for a 730.930pmINSTRUCTOR QUH.HNO tip;
:
augh a minute. Starring Goldie Hawn and Ben Virginia Solomon' .: T...7...30-9 Mop.30pmINSTRUCTOR 13-lun.3. : A CAREER FAIR f WOMEN ''M
S700SIU"' '* ,
ohnson. Non.SlUden" :' .
$(00
Virginia Solomon .. .
"_ a S7 00 Student. 'rSAnn 1' April -16 1975 .
".Tpi N,..'.udent. '
THURS. APRIL 10-7:00: ; 9:30: BMBROKXRV QUILTINGMon.Mo,12.lune2 J. W ayne Reitz Union. fps;} :

: Tue April .
FRI.&SA f.APRll 11 & 2.500:' ; 730.930pm INSTRUCTOR. :. oi 730.9Mpm.INSTRUCTOR IIS-Moy.;. Sponsored by the Division ';u

Virginia Solomon solemn'
'8:0011:00: ; : $7.00 Student*.ill........ Virgin"$7.00 Student.* of Students Affairs .
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; '.'MW.q..I.. I Non-Student." ?
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Classified FOR SALE FOR SALE.

See the 75 super bikes at Super Biket, beautIful maple lowboy drawer chest
Inc. 1975 electric Start.850 Norton$2795, and mirror "e it: 1417 nw 6 pi. or call
376-4446 1975 GTH-60 Ducotl $2330, 1975 MoleGuui 373-3616 also garage sole some ad-
850-T$2675 New 1974 850 Norton dr.... camping equIp; odds and end
$2493 Used 1973 750 Yamaha $1100. (o5t-106-p( )
V w'. "". ,
>:,*.:":t."",":"" ..' ..: 1973 730 Norton needs work $900. plus- for sale martin n-10 classical guitar with
S a........> ., {,:$Jf part and tyke for almost all hardshell COM mutt sacrifice $323 .e Hat
H ,@'M;, motorcycles Super Bikes, Inc. 3441 S.W. 2715 nw 4th place mornings only ((0-
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< v y Archer Rd. 377-6901. (o-5t-106-c) 5t-106-p)
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*?* ; < ,.:::\." 4j*,, %GPS
Brand new Ml Endure or MX Kowatokl tar sale auto cassette player'with
ii5W
'tfaiv'"Ave.. $550 Stereo Garrard turntable receiver speakers and two tope wrecked car
/ 371.a43 ,. speakers + tap $190 call 378-5814 ((0. before could Install, $63 or bM offer,
SM06-P) 373.2684 tcett |orm r (o-3t-106-p)

Wedding Bonds, A Engagement Rings %
Traditional or Contemporary designs of
ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES your choice. Handmade for Individual

... Ct./r/ who wont the best. Original work by
w South' leading Artl,". Matter GoldSmith

1 7:15 9:10 ALL NEW Guarantee and OZZIE lopidiit.By appointment Unconditional only. CONCERTS
let, N, w. the 1.. > : : 3733894. (o-49t.l05-p)_ 2 FREE

meat ow bond sow type and meat
ground caking for $50000 for both call
THE FOUR 392-6702 from 8 pm to fpm or 475-1512
after 6 pm and ask for dove (a-l Ot-10S-


( MUSKETEER) Pj 70 equip_yomoho great 250 for getting enduro, around street and school.dirt Fri. April 11 : Opm

TECHNICOlOR' PRINTS BY DE LUXE.N.W. call in the afternoon. mk for orlando
377-8795 (o-5M06-p)_
Cs.kr 1 m yr.old concrete 3 br I IV* bath haute Friley Creek
in Fairbanks w-ttove and ref,. on \'A acre
730 930A lot 23.600 392-0545..5 376-8558 after 6
(o-5t-106-p)
/NI N, w. IHe M _
for sale two rectilinear speakers low boy
model 6 mos old three way speaker Sate April 12. 8:00pm:
system call 377-8714 after 6pm 600.00 ,
IIr ((0-51-106-p)

Dorm sue refrigerator like new call
Stix River Roundersat
392-8028 after 3pm (o- t-108-p I ) .
,
2 Guam 12m. -entended range speakersin
nice big hand mode cabinets w-
louvered grill look and sound great
$100 coil 373-2073 (a-5$-108-p) !

Bob Fosse Film Custom Hondo 350: Hog rear end 8"'
: ROTC DRILL FIELD
over with dual lights o-bar, 15,000
R miles, asking $650 or best offer. Call
378-0370 oft. 530. (o-10t-108-p)

fender mutlong. electric guitar t
1 I I 1 2OS 400 5:55 7:45 945 hardshell case excellent condition call
373-7954 (o-5t-108-p) '
M.W. 13th STREET end MEL BROOKS' Men 15 speed racer 24"all alloy campy"
23rd BOULEVARD derail very light must sell mornings and Rt
eves 373-9707 $165 (o-3t-IQ6-p) _
YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN I i GOOD SOUND All pioneer equip.
speakers 60 watts peak each turntable
pl-41 belt drive sx VSOOp amplifier call I-
J78.0850 after 5:30.:
beautiful maple lowboy drawer chest t
l l Z STARTS TODAY 1
mirror, 1417 nw 6 pi. 3733616. also
garogesale this frl, sat, ( sun; same.
13th STREET and 2'10 4210 6200 7:45 9235 address, camping.stuff lamps books.
23rd BOULEVARD (o-St.106-p)

For sole: sears 26 inch men's, ten speed wOD8PEI4

@( ) was never like this. offer.bicycle Call great sherry condition.at 377-4459$50 after or 5:00 best:

((0-51-107-p' )
akal reel to reel deck plays great won't
Emmanuelle is sensual record w-approx 25 tapes 1100.9-0 penn
w-rod + 80 Ib dacron 55. -remmgton
but she's electric mod 611 like new$100 3731-7785
elegant. ((0-5M07-P)

Emmanuelle is 2 bedroom mobile home, expandable !t
fantasy, living room A bay" window!" must see to
but she's fun. appreciate beautiful panelling A shag
carpet 372-4237 (o-7t-108-p) ,

"' |vc stereo system with speakers, new
But most important, she kodak 35mm camera, yoihlco 35mm
with flash waterbed with framed liner

leaves you with a call Pj) and make offer 392-8246 (o-5t-108-.

singular lack of guilt. Bass guitar Guild starfire with one
pikup. Cherry red with hardshell cote
very good condition $150 call 373-5680.
And that's the due to
(o-3t-108-p)

its for sale schwinn varsity 22' boys 10 THE WORLD'S MOST
overwhelming speed with generator light and bookrack
good condition call 373-5234.$75
popularity. (la-3t-I09.p) .

Peavey PA system 400 series$600 or best POPULAR MUSICAL
offer 109.p)call 377.2049 or 378-6563 (o-4t-

Petri ft 2 35 mm camera excellent
condition$80 or best offer call 3784846
or 373-9740 after 5-m (10-51.1 09.p)
10 month old kelty backpack the biggest LIVE ONSTAGE !
in stock want $50. and con be reached .
at 373- 338. ask for John or Tom (o-2t- "
# 't 35 109.p) N.Y. Tourinq-Co.

1968 mobile home 12x58 air central heat '"A lit,A ILO 11111". A TNINI Or 101.IllAI hn IIIW
[
wall to wall carpet kenmore dryer 2 -CtMAMTMfi'.A CIAaLIIO MUSICAL'UlIItUSI
bedrooms excellent condition $4,000 DOlE IS MAKE MUSICAL AND A CIRCUS,'CLOD SIIDW, rvu Of ANO 1.IIII1'ItUIIII1IISPIU:is
A MAGIC ... A TAME 8NOM PUYED w1TI1 E11ERIT.
call 378-0449 (o-7t-l09-p) PART
UIOJ. IftIIIm AID SPIIIT. HtSPW: HUmS IN ClOWII SflOIN lIT MINSTREL. s.,PART....
architect + interior designert-Moyline" MLLE m 'ii*r A SlUT toes CIf ss 1ft"
odiuttoble dwg desk 30".x 42" $40 colt HO-AII PHPU- I POSSaITYII.Post" _....Yak MaRUin.
Jon 392.8507 evenings (o-5t-109-p)
for sale-1968 chev von, excellent "'C80SPW.1S HIUUIIl' HUmF1Il. 'USH AIIO "CIUTlSAJOYDUSSPIIIf1IIII1""m
.' running condition like new tires, long CWIRII AID lIO'um ClltIlFIIt,WITH A MAOIEL. "TIll MIllS
SlUlUS MITN .YUTI8II) ., THlIEST
automatic trans, $80000-Coll Peggy at DUS IGCI $COIL" ,-tilt 11ssliee IOU MUSICAL III .
372.7248. (o-3t-109-p) TOnr -Assod.tN Mum

for sole: refridgerotor 5Bfl3 good 10 TONIGHT
condition great for dorm or room call, m 10

Mike YAMAHA175cc 378-9810 (lo-3t.II'p dirtbike( in) excellent All Seats Reserved $5.00 & $6.00

ADULT ADMISSION ONLYID Tom cond.after Ho Itw placed:37 -In 3472 the gotorbock(o-5t-HO-p Coll) Tickets avail at Box Office & R efel Discount) (Univ.Ave.)


4? REQUIREDI I "Pagers drums-5 piece-6 Iyljlion<\Imbl.. T1 Great sIc ll i.
It,, hardware case accessories 378-4849 .*r V*"* *! ADbNTMlSSIT>
I 0.3t.110-p( )

GiRl'S FIVE-SPEED Like new Seor'i bike.
Perfect condition; book rock $65 or best 233 Wr .Univ. Ave: !
offer. Colt 372.4569 ofter 6.00. (a-It. 3773013Pag.

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FOR RENT '
1971 60x12 MH. front kitchen 2 BR FOR RENT
2br. 2 both
living R. 6t. R. Awning, auto washing mobile home cent air + heat furnished 'large furnished, air-conditioned mobile April 12. 1975
machine. In a good *of. trailer pork in first + lost 372-5371 at lamplighter pork $165 home, across from campus $140 per
very good condition. 4,350 ,after 5:30 378.8213 month, $40 377-0049.)( '' '
or best offer In51109. ) deposit. (b-3t-110- 7 to 9 p.m.Donation .
pjroommate
by owner.Call otter 5 PM or before 9 AM PJ)
Monday to Friday (10.8t.110.p) needed to share 2 bdrm apt fern '
roommate needed Immed. $60-mo.
nowonon $2.00
village No. 124
$9250 + Vutilities
'1-3 utilities' own In large 3bdrhou.
room
FOR RENTTwo 377-1583 (b 5t 109.
p) ... 'i block from campus. Good Under 12: 51.00
Roomat. needed to shore spacious 2 dealt I Phone Terry 373-0973
roomotet wonted for'f i Route in tw bedroom (b-3-110-p)
3 block
opt. from
section large yard, o-C, campus.
LEWISHwelyCompany quiet completely Prefer serious student Jim 377-5909 (b. WANTEDone
furnished
J73.-mo no lease call -
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John or bob 3784165 after 9:00: cm (b- female wanted to hare 3 bdr
RINGSDDINjItLNDS St-IOe-p) room forrent private; $80 Incl) all apt.
ClASS one hundred o month
utilities, ; also o-c lost week of April free. master bedroom
MALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to shore + oil of July free call Steve at 392.3028 notify elaineor deitra at 377-0408( (c-5i-

WATCH REPAIRSjOOW.UnlvorsltyAve' quality opt. enjoy'your own room, tennis + 378-8122 (b-St-lQVp, ) 106-p) ____
courts etc, $83 a month unfrnshd call Female Roommate
Wanted
). 3766899. Room For Rent large modern house trees Starting May t
(b-5t-IQ6-p
) 1st Park
Village Apis. 1001 S.W. 16th
yard next to $65.00
372-4106_ OWN ROOM In house campus month + 1.5 Ave. Apt 19 Coll 372-0041
S60 per month. utilities, call after 5 373-3106 (b-3l-109- (e-5t-108-p)
call 377-8462 or call terry at 372-9281
""" p r PL) Roommate,
; spring quarter, 2bdr air,
: $:
com by 4546 nw 13 si, Red brick
(I ,
". SammIe' 4t will love It (b-St.106-p) you 3 bedroom house \\/i both, screened pool, etc. close to campus, "the land
; mark". ($5800 4V. utilities,|, call 377-
porch, laundry, 240 month )
2518
E
V-i >- oW w. $61II N I 11 1 th
UtJJIWIiIJJ own room with oc pool lound dishwasher Terr. 372.3480 378-7430 377.5232 (b4t09 1239 ask for Bob, Bill or Steve (c-5t-108-
: s715WUfliv across shopping cant beat this) ( t)
p)
: :':::<< Hawaiian village 3461 sw 2 av No. 250 or
V'I *'
call 378-2008 Mole (b-5t-IQ7-p) large opt for 2 5 mm from campus air. Mole roommate needed to share rent of i
:'Jive. condit., all utilities, phone linens maid two bedroom opt. Quiet area. $90 per
female roommate wonted Shore 2 service, $ISO month 1708 SW. 43 ave month& '/ electric bill. Visit 300 se 8th si
/ 377-2643 _X bedroom trailer with female 44 mo old 376_ .4396, 392-1540 (5t-107-p) or call 3788388 doug (e-3t-108-p)
child. located 17 mi. west of C'ville $5i
2 brs furnished! female roommate wonted April rent
air, N E.
opt quiet
per mo. Includes util. first&last mo. rent free 67.50
+ % utilities shore fun
section sublet $170 parties
YOUR month call 377-
MOB per
no deposit call 472-2870 after
5.00.
(
lb- 7518' (b-5M07-p) Sunday brunch at brandywin apt call
'
ClASS RINGS NOW. fr.109-nc) 378-1903 after 6 !(c-5t-108-p)
desire to sublet 1 br. apt. in Hawaiian ROOM FOR RENT house In ne section, Ii'I .. "
village $185 furnished immediately call lorge fenced back yard-pets welcome Wonted: Someone to share 12x52, 2

373.7954 (b-5t-108-p) call gory after 6pm 377.5325b.5t.lQ6.( p) bedroom mobile home. Arredondo: i
Village pool, tennis court $65s
All one or two females needed to share Ig 2 WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR utilities Call Bill, 373.7455 (c-5t-108-p) l
bedroom lownhouse. $58-month if 2 APARTMENT. Joel Bridges, Realtor 404
RINGS girls. Pool, OCt 2 great roomies. Come by S.W. 4th avenue, 3776700. (B-5T-104-( Need 1 roommate own room In 2 br

landmark No. 9 or call 373.9397 (b.3l108 Chg) townhouse,dishwasher, hag carpet $95 1 e i 1 JIsee. +
monthly + Vi utilities,April rent free call
{ -P) LIBERAL
+ Clean Female to share roomin
373-4537 keep trying (c-5t-106-p)
Need female Viscaya $5375 + $25. deposit Call
roomates to shore 2 br
&
2bath turn 378-3157 (b-5l-107p) GOLD SILVER Top price paid tor clots
opt Country Gardens close to e
THatcher'sJewelers rings, old jewelry, etc. confidential; Call
med 377-7309 center $S9a mo or $118 own room liberal roommate to hare 2br, opt; a-c OZZIE 373-3894 (e-49t-105-p) .
(b-St-IQQp)
carpeting dishwasher other extra Need I roommate own room In 2 br
I or girls' to share french qt.2 bedrm for immediate availability $90mo 4Vt util. townhouse dishwasher, shag carpet $95

lummer-$285 summer total-split 2 or 3woytcheop3787t28pomp. call ed 373-7026 (b-4t.108-P) monthly + '/>utilities,April rent free call

21.Unl. Ave 37"2 (b-2l-109- Own BR in Townhouse, Sublease to 373-4537 keep trying (e-5t-106-p)

P) begin immed.Prorated rent for Aprl-thru two male roommate needed for 4 br'

mid June. Pri. entr. SllO-mo All util' opt. $80-mo 4'A utilities. 1 mo. + $25

paid Neor campus 378 9151 "to move in now. call 373-4045. (c-5t- .
(b-t-IOSp) ;r ,
BROWARDRAWUNGSAuditions lOjp})

for CellarA own room in 4 bedroom townhouse one Need someone who il good at statistics
Ii1 /
Dry block from campus color tv, pool, oc, and research $2.00 hr. call renee after
mOld 9O.mon. 372.1360 (b-3l-108-p) 5pm 372-9177 No. 15 (c-5t-IQ9-p)
coffeehouse with live entertainment If
you are Interested I or 2 fern roomatei wonted for summerat male roomate wanted 67.95+1/ utilities
[.be. In RAWUNGS lobby April 10 at 1:00 p.m. summit, house $48 for 2 $96 for 1 brandwin apt*. K-95 2811 iw archer rd. .1"i.

person do It now ovoid later com anytime after 2:30: and weekend (c-2t-
plications, opt d-1 or call 373-5398 (b-5t- 109-p)

107-p) Shake- .:'.

I bdr sublet to |tune IS walk to campus classical guitar wanted nylon strings call.
heat-water Incl. a-c, pool $128 mo. 373-5717 (c-3t-110-p' )
The Chu family invites you to enjoy| University apis 1524 nw 4th ave No. Jar i .!
TEACHERS WANTED Entire West, Midwest
authentic Chinese food at reasonable see Gene rm 220 meb'onytime (b-5t- a
and South Southwest Teachers ,
prlCM. Open for lunch Monday thru r Agency, 'i's,
MOp) .
e 1303 Central Ave. N.E., Albuquerqu., i
II:30 2:30 dInner Monday
Friday : to
I-bdrm with
For tent: spacious opt NM 87106. Bonded licensed and
thru Thursday 3.30: to 9:00: p.m., Friday complete facilities, Bus.line loc. $138 mo Member NATA. "Our 28th year." (c3t. "-p
nnd Saturday: $:.7) to 10.00 p.m.
\\m Imm occup Coll 373-7139 or 376-6720. 110-p' )
(b-2x.110-p)
LUNCH SPECIAl $1.25
'studious responsible ferrmot room-

Ii- mote wont. own room in univerSIty
CtilNMPtSWUMNT &. garden 702215' 570+1.3 utilities call
cothy or howard at 376-6720 (b-5t-110- THERE'S MORE-'

p) : TO SEE WITH
i 1970 hondo cb 350 14.000 miles sissybar ( (
Megaphones Must sellll $400 Phone 378- CABLE TVS .1P '

1720W. University Ave. 377.4655 9067 after 5. (b-2t-110-pL! ) ;

I bdrm in 4 bedrm. Townehouse, ,MoItoM- .
.
-
furnished cent. o-c, 110-mon. incl. *
ulolt, ,... Call Tom 377-8759 (b-3t-1IO-p) T'iChennels, A veetner
channel', UPI, News, New York .
ROOMATE WANTEO- Share 2 bed opt In Stock Exchange FM stations on 8 11-13
COMING SOONODKTALENTSHOW old house-$75-mor ** utilities se 2nd TV Channel' and 9 FM and 4 AM pm April 15-20,23-27
after Spm-377- the FM band.UNIVERSITY .
ave 47th, St. call Terry stations on
5537 (student) (b.5t-l '10-p) CITY For Reservations Call : 373-8375

SUMMER SUBLET: 1 bedr opt I block from TEUVISIONCABUCalNC.822N.IAINT. .

campus. See Tigers. Hall from your : THE HIPPODROME THEATER
-
9:00 bedroom) $150 plus electric Coll 378-
: P.M. FRI-APRILIIth AT THE RAT 6533 ('baHOPlFemale ) .

roommate to shore furnished
FEATURINGCOMEDYSKITSSINGINGANYTHING apt $67.95 per mo. Plus '. utilities.
brandywme opts call pom after 7pm at

377-8065 (b-5t-IIOp' )

PRIZES AWARDEDFOR 2larae bedrooms, I with private both I'
studious type. House very nice 15
prefer In the mall
ftk In the mall ,
INFORMATION OR ENTRY CALL mm from campus by bike at moll 65-70
1.3 utility Jorge 378-6576 (b-3t-110-
plus
JOE. 376-7018, RICK. 378-8221, RICK 373-6824 p) WUERNUJTMU

GET TOUR FRA m SORORITY OR DORM TO ENTER Share modern 4 bedrm townhouse fully Nominated for 6 Academy Awards
washer-dryer, .,c. April rent
re.$7250-month 4 1-5 util. Ph 377-
i
8414 (b-51-IIO-p) .

ROOMMATE WANTED,male o.r. f.mole to. 3:30

NIGHT share two bedroom opt. at OAK FOREST 7:00
OF THE length of slay and price negotiable 4:00: 'l"T' 9:30:

377.2365 (b..lIO-p. ) 6:00: t I 1 I

room for rent 68 7i + 'I utility 1914 NW 8:00:

4th ove 378-4869 air conditioned. (o-5t- 10:00: t / t
Ito .. I
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FOR SALESee OR SALE

the 75 super bikes at Sup.r Bikes, beautiful mopU lowboy drawer chrt
inc. 1975 electric Wort. 850 Norton$2795 and mirror, ... it: 1417 nw 6 pl. or call
37fj-444. 1975 GTH-60 Ducatl $2550, 1975 Moto- 373-3616 olio gorog sots, .torn ad-
Gui 850-T$2675 New 1974 850 Norton dr.u, camping equIp; odds and tndi
., $2495 Used 1973 750 Yamaha $1100. (o5t.l06-p)
I 's >::. t.Wt: :: """ 1973 750 Norton needs work $900. plus- for ol.martin n-10 clotslcol guitar with
<, a !' dit parts and service for almost all hardihcll cot mutt sacrifice $323... It
motorcycle Super Bikes. ,Inc. 3441 S,W.
iflttii of 2715 nw 4th plac mornings only (a-
Q ixe. Archer Rd. 377-6901 ((0.5t.l06-cl.) 5t.106.pl)
;t a, GP'
Brand n.w MI Endure or MX Kowotok! tar sole auto coun ployvr with %
71GWiV''Ave."* $550 Stereo Gorrord turntoblt receiver speakers and two topes wrecked car
/ 371.-u ,. speakers + top$190 call 378.5814 ((0- before could Install $65 or best offer
5t-106-p) 373-2684 scot (turns ((0.5t.l06plW.ddlng )

Bands, A Engagement Rings.
ABC FLORlDft STATE THEATRES Traditional or Contemporary designs of
your choice. Handmade for Individualswho
R.at es.M wont the best. Original work by ISE4CONCERTS
w South's leading Artists Mailer Gold
Smith and lopidist. Unconditional
7:15 9:10 ALL NEW Guarantee. OZZIE By appointment only.
tot? N. w. tt/r. : : 2
373-3894 ((0-491.103-p 1 )

meat bond and
saw saw type meat
ground asking for 150000 for both call
THE FOUR 392-6702 from 8 pm to 4pm or 475-1512
after 6 pm and ask for dove (o-ltt-105-


( s iMOSKETEERS) PJ'equip 70-yamaha great 250 for getting endure around street and school dirt Fri. April 11 8:00pm:

TECHNICOLOR( PRINTS BY DE call 'In th. afternoon. ask for Orlando ,
377-8795 (o-5t-IQ6-p)

I M'\ yr. old concrete 3 br I I'/i\ bath house Friley Creek
in Fairbanks w-stove and r.fr.on \M acre
730 : lot 23,600 392-0545 8-5 376-8558 after 6
(o-St-106-p) ,
acs w. w. tats !W. -
for sale two rectilinear speakers low boy
model 6 mos old three way speaker Sat. April 12 8:00pmtix :
Dustin system call 377-8714 after 6pm 600.00 ,
II LUXE'I (o-5t-106-p)

Dorm size refrigerator like new call River Rounders
392-8028 after 3pm (o-St-IOB-p)

2 Quam 12in.extended range speakers
in nice big hand-mode cabinets w-
louvered grill look ond sound great t
$100 call 373-2073 ((05110SplCUltam )

A BoLxFosse Honaa 350: Hog rear end 8"

[S3 I over miles,with asking dual$650 lights or best,i-bor offer.15,000 Call at: ROTC DRILL FIELDOD8PELj

378-0370 oft 5:30.: (o-lOt-IOB-p)
WOMKTCO TWMMPLAZAO
lender mustang electric guitar &
I 1 2:05 4:00: 5:55 745 9:45 hardshell case excellent condition. call
373-7954 (a-51.108-pl)

N.W. 13lh STREET end| MELBROOK? Wens 15 speed racer 24"all alloy campy
23rd BOULEVARD derail very light must sell mornings and
"eves 373-9707 $163 (o-3t-108-p)

YW1HO FRANKENSTEIN'X GOOD SOUND All) pioneer equip
speakers 60 watts peak each turntable
pl-41 belt drive ix 1500p amplifier call
J78-0850 after 5:30.: (o-St-IOB-p)

1 I Z STARTS TODAY I INW. beautiful maple lowboy drawer chest A
.
mirror, 1417 nw 6 pl. 373-3616. also
gorogesale this fri, sat, I sun; same,
13th STREET and 2:10 4:i 0 6500 7:45 953523rd address, camping.,'stuff lamps books
BOULEVARD (o-5t-106-p) ,

For sale: sears 26 Inch men's ten speed
)was never like this. bicycle, great condition.. $50 or best
offer Call sherry at 377-4459 after 5.00oSt107p
( ) '
okol reel to reel deck plays great won't II
Emmanuelle is sensual record w-approx 25 tapes$100.9-0 penn
w-rod + 80 Ib docron 55. --remington'
but she's elegant. electric mod 611 'like new$100 373-7785
((0-51.1 OT.pl)

EmmanueUe is fantasy 2 bedroom mobile home, expandable
living room 4 bay window must see to
but she's fun. appreciate beautiful panelling t shag
carpet 372-4237 (a.7t.1 OSI)

|vc stereo system with speakers, new
But most important, she kodak 35mm camera yashica 35mm
with flash, waterbed with framed liner
leaves you with a call and make offer 392-8246 (o-5f-10B-.
pI)

singular lack of guilt. Bass guitar Guild starfire. with one
plkup.! Cherry red with hardshell case.very .
good condition $150 call 373-5680.
And that's the due to ((0.31.lOS-pI)

its for sale schwinn varsity 22' boys 10 THE WORLD'S MOST
overwhelming speed With generator light arid bookrack
good condition call 373.5234$75.
popularity. (o-3t-109p)

Peavey PA system 400 series$600 or bestoffer POPULAR.MUSICAL
call 377-2049 or 378-6563 (.41-
109-p) .
Ptlrl ft 2 35 mm camera excellent
condition$80 or best offer call)378-6846
or 373-9740 after 5-",. (o-5t-109-p)
LIVE ONSTAGE !
10 month old kelty backpack the biggestin ,
stock want $50. and con be reached
at 373- 338. ask for John or Tom (o-2l-
109.P) N.Y. Touring Co.

1968 mobile. home 12x58 air central heal "A lIT A ILL 118 HIT.A THIN tf JOY.WHAT THEY HAVE -"HlJlGuUTl ...A
wall wall kenmore 2 tNACIIlg11 MjSJCAI
to carpet dryer hlllItUSI...
DONE IS MARE A MUSICAL AND A CIRCUS A CLOWN SNOW f
Ull Of
OIBNE
bedrooms excellent condition $''.000 AND IISNTNuot. .
z Nw
x 18WD1'
> coll 378-0449 (o-7t-109-p) A MACK SHOW A SAW SHOW HATED WITH MEKY.CAKTT. 'All CLOWN SlOW /ART IS
HOHOn AM $'' fl. IMffOr KLKYtS M MHKTIQ StIII.AI!MAtlBE.
W.IE PAil :
archItects + Interior designersMoylineadjustable HI-W PIOPTL-AN010SSNNWT," 'IWI'/ A Win lOll WT Of HT
.NY.
Post
dwg desk 30" x 42" $40 call -Nt*orkmnM I
Jon 392-8507 evenings (e-5t-109-p)
"MftSKLT IS MCMMCIY KUBHTrW FRESH AMCHAtMHK "CIUTIS A 1or00 SPIIII.-
for sole-1968 chev van excellent -UtIlI"Pt...
.. AM BUOYANTLY! CHtWf,WITH A HARVU-
like ,
running condition new tires long 1HI MIIIII VARIES
WITH NIYINTNNI. ..THE lIST
$800.00-Call OUJIOCIttOtt.CMM.. .
automatic trans Peggy at .1I1IIt IDCI MUSICAL IN TOWN!'"
372-7248 (3t-IQ9-p) -AssocistNthsssm

for sale: refridgerotor 58fl3 good 1o TONIGHT
7&10
1I\-e- condition great for dorm or room toll. _

Mike YAMAHA175CC 378-9810 (dirtt-ke e-3t-llO-p In) excellent All Seats Reserved $5.00 6 $6.00

cond. Has placed In the gotorbotk Col Tickets avail t:Box Office & Rebel 1 Discount (Univ. Ave.)
ADULT ADMISSION ONLY
Tom oft* fir 378-3473 (o- -HO-p) ,

1 *>. _. ID REQUIRED I IJMt *hardware ogers eVums-5,cases piece-6+ accessories rydproncymblsi' 378-486. T1; Great J5&itlieni MDlNTiVIISSITI sIc it i

|g.3t-1IO-p, )
f AM tfM* Glftl'S FIVE-SPEED like new Sear't bike.
+ j
Perfect condition;book rock.S65 or best 233 W. Univ.. Ave. I
offer. Coll 372-4569 after 6:00.: ((0-*. 377-3013

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Sot ..4 CLASSIFIEDS
Gainesville High SchoolGymnasium ';

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FOR SALE -- .
FOR RENT
." ON 1971 60x12 MH front kitchen 2 BR FOR RENT
2br.
2
'' living R. st. R. Awning auto washing both cent air + heat 'furnished 'large furnished, air-conditioned' mobile 12 1975
U. \ mobile home April
'k 11'I at ,
\ I machine lamphghter pork $165
In a good safe trailer park in ,first + lOll 372.5371 home, across from campuf $140 per
.., ,. flood condition ,after 5:30: 378.8213' month,
.q... very 4,350 or best offer 1h-St.109-p) $40deposit 3770049. (b-3t-110- 7 to 9 p.m.Donation .
by Coll otter
owner 5 PM or before 9 AM Pj
Monday to Friday (o-8t-1 lQ.pl) roommate needed to shore 2 bdrm opt fem
'
roommate needed Immed. $60-mo.
hawoiion $2.00
village No
124 $92.50 + 'It .
FOR utilities 3770583 1.3 utilities own room In large 3bdrhouse.
RENT (b-5t 109.p
) ''i block from campus Good Under 12: $1.00

Two footnotes wonted for Route in iw Roomate bedroom needed to share spacious 2 dealt Phone Terry 371-0973 (b-3l-1IO-p)
3
opt. blocks from
section large yord, o-c, campus.
LEWISJ.w.IryCompany quiet com- Prefer serious student Jim 377.5909
(b- WANTEDone
pletely furnished 75.mo
no lease call 31-109.p) -
e
|john or bob 378-4165 after 9:00: om (b- female wanted to shore 3 bdr
room torrent opt.
5t-106p) private; $80 incl all
CLASS RINGSDIAMONDS utilities, ; also a-c lost week of April free one hundred a month master bedroom
MALE ROOMMATE* NEEDED to shore + oil of July free call Steve at 392-3028 notify elainsor deitra at 377-0408 (c-5t-
WATCH REPAIRS quality opt. enlo'your own room, tennis + 378-8122 (b-5t.109p) I06-P)
court etc $83 o month unfrnshd call Female Roommate
Ave. Room For Rent large modern house Wonted Starting May1st
University 3766899.
W. treesyard
200 (b-5M06-p) Village Park Apis. 1001 S.W. 16th
ne."o $65.00
372410637W3X_ OWN ROOM In house $60 per month. utilities call campus after 5 373.3106 month(b-3t-l09-+ 1.5 Ave. Apt 19 Call 372-0041 (c-5t-108-p)

call 377-8462 or call terry ot 3729281. P11)
come by 4546 nw 13 It, Red brick, Roommate, spring quarter, 2bdr air,
'Samini; will love It (b-5t-106p) you 3 bedroom house IV* both, screened pool, etc close to campus, "the land S
porch laundry 240 month 2518 NE mark" ($58.00 + utilities) call 377-
: own room$6111'I with oc pool laund dishwasher 11th 1239 ask for Bob Bill,
"f L_ Terr 372.3480 378 7430 377-5232 (b."- or Steve (c-St-108-
across shopping cant beat thul'
)
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Vi&115WHhiivrAve.
S V i:';: : hawaiian village 3461 I *w 2 ov No. 250 or __
call 378-2008 Mole (b-5t-107-p) large opt for 2 5 mm from campus air.condit Mole roommate needed to share rent of
., all utilities''' phone linens, maid two bedroom apt Quiet area..$90 per
Female roommate wanted Shore 2 service $150 month 1708 S.w. 43 month & '/ electric bill. Visit 300 se 8th st

/ bedroom trailer with 'female 4 4 mo. old 376. .4396, 392-1540 (b-5t.107-p) ave or call 3788388 doug (c-3t-109-p)
child. located 17 ml. west of C'ville $55-
2 brs furnished I female roommate wanted April rent
apt air, N E.
quiet
per mo. Includes util. first t last mo. rent free 67.50 '.
+ utilities share fun
section sublet $170 parties
month call
OROBtYOUK deposit call 472-2870 after per 377. 1
no 5.00. b-
( Sunday brunch
7518 (b.51-107.p) at brondywine opts call ,
CLASS RINGS NOW. fr-109.nc) 378-1903 after 6 (c-5t-IQ8-p) lx
desire to sublet 1 br apt In hawoiion ROOM FOR RENT house In ne section, ,
ri village $185 furnished immediately, call large fenced bock yord.pets welcome Wanted: Someone to shore 12x52 2
373-7954 (b-5M06p) call gory otter 6pm 377-5325b-5t-106-( ) bedroom mobile home. Arredondo
Village pool, tennis courts $65 + Vi
Au one or two femalet needed to shore Ig 2 WE CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR utilities Call Bill, 373-7455 (c-5t-108-p) I
bedroom townhouse. $58.month ,if 2 APARTMENT Joel Bridget, Realtor 404 f'i
RINGS girls. Pool, oc, 2 great roomies. Come by S.W. 4th avenue, 377-6700. ((8-5Ma.- Need I roommate own room in 2 br
landmark No. 9 or call 373-9397 (b.3l- Chg) townhouse,dishwasher, shag carpet $95 1 1 /
GUARANTIED monthly + \Vi utilities April rent fr.. call373.s37
)
108-p} LIBERAL + Clean Female to share roomin
keep trying (e-5t-IQ6-p)
Need female roomatet to shore 2 br Viscayo $53.75 + $25 deposit Call
GOLD & SilVER Top prices paid tor classrings
2both furn 3783157 (b-5t-107 )
opt Country Garden close 10IOIId p
old Call
Catcher'sJewelers jewelry, etc. confidential,
center $590 mo or $118 own room liberal roommate to share 2br, opt; a-c OZZie 373-3894 (c-49t-105-p) S1.
377-7309
(b-5t-109p) ,
carpeting, dishwasher" other extra
Need I roommate own room 'in 2 br
I or 2 girls to share french qt.2 bedrm for immediate, availability $90mo + \Vt util. townhouse,dishwasher, shag carpet $95

summer-$285 summer totol-tplit 2 or 3 call ed 373.7026 (b.4t.I08-p) monthly + \V utilities, April rent free call

31 Univ.Av. 374.42 wayS-cheap-378-7128 pom p (2t-109- Own BR In Townhoute Sublease to 373-4537 keep trying (c-5t-106-p)

p) begin immed-Prorated rent for Aprlthrumid '
two male roommates needed for 4 br
June. Pri. entr. St ID-mo. All util opt $80-mo % utilities I mo.t- $25
paid. Near campus 378 9153 'to move in now call 373-4045. (c-5t-

BROWARD-RAWUNCS (b.t.108-p) 109-p)

Auditions for Dry Cellar own room in 4 bedroom townhouse one Need someone who Is good at statistics .: ,i1 /
block from campus. color tv, pool oc, and research $2.00 hr. call renee after
maid 90-mon. 372-1360 (b.3t-IOB-p) 5pm 372-9177 No. 15 (c.51.I09-p)
Acoff ehoue with live entertainment. If Interested
you are 1 I or 2 fem roomates wanted for summerat mole roomate wonted 67.95+'/. utilities
bt In KAWUNCS lobby April 10 at':00 p.m. summit house $48 for 2 $96 for 1 brandwine opts K-95 2811 sw archer rd.

person do it now ovoid later complications anytime after 2:30 and weekends (c-2t-
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I bdr sublet to June 15 walk to campus classical guitar wanted nylon strings call
teat-water Incl. a-c, pool $128 mo. 3735717 (e-3t-HO-p)
The Chu fomily Invites you to enloy University apt!. 1524 nw 4th ave No. J or 1 .r
TEACHERS WANTED Entire West Midwestand ,
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authentic Chinese food at reasonable \ see Gene rm 220 meb anytime (b.5t-
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1303 Central Ave. N.E., Albuquerque, .
Friday, 11:30: to 2:30: dinner Monday For Kent: spacious I-bdrm opt with NM 87106 Bonded, licensed and
thru Thursday 5:X to 9:00: p.m., Friday
focilitiet But-line loc. $138 mo
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ChuMRLSTUP1NT garden 702215 $70+ 1.3 utilities. call

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1 bdrm in 4 bedrm Townehouse, .JUt- ? ; i -;
furnished cent a-c 110-mon. incl. w t
utilit.et. Call Tom 377-8759 (b-3t-110-p) jT Channels" A weetner rV ",""
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ROOMATE WANTED- Share 2 bed apt In Stock Exchange,2 FM stations on 8 11-13
COMING SOON old houie-$75-mo + 'l ulililiet, se 2nd TV Channels, and S FM and 4 AM pm April 5-20,23-27

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5537 (student) (b5t-110-p) CITY For Reservations Call: 373-8375

ODK TALENT SHOW SUMMER SUBLET: 1 bedr opt 1 block from TELEVISION CARL CO. INC.

campus. See Tiger, Hall from your 822 N.MAIN!T: THE HIPPODROME THEATER
bedroom! $150 plus electric Coll 378-
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FEATURINGCOMEDYSKITSSINGINGANYTHING opt $67.95 per mo. Plus '/ utilities

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studiOus type House very nice 15
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FOR INFORMATION OR ENTRY CALL mm from campus by bike at most 65-70 the mall e

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opin Colonial Mono* I block from overdrive, good motor end running Supers or '16mm Cameras, Easy instructions 99-P) .. .
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r.'fhete L8 .. St.flO-p) 73 gremlin for tale excellent condition COED'l facial hair removed ptr- over 600. Course repeatable fr**. 70 pt.
: I or 2 roommates "needed' for Summer 2 $1889 coih" or ouume payment $70 .monenthColl Edmund Dwyer -- Improvement by the second try or your
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Md succntO 1 67 chevy runs good needs body work 'In Gainesville, Come
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5+ 376-074 1
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$200 best offer, or will trade for roam 2300 N.W. 6th St. (|I...-1 09.p)
LSAT experienced photo-bug to film motorcycle of similar value call 377- ((M-50-53-C) 7 DAYS A WEEK
tatttclnsttrotufninous : our outdoor wedding June 1 14 1 will, pay 0652 or 303nw 17 st. opt. 28 (gr109) After we say "I roA premortlal HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN
BSE $25 4 film coil 372-7506 rites to WI can training group for couples. A BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHICTICS R.D.
1972 3441 S.W. ARCHER
vega stotionwogon. new battery,
see some of your wok (c-3t-UO-p) preparation group for couples planning
None alternator, tires rum perfect has air to be married offered
Univ. Counseling
ATCSiOCAT
by Learn 373-3059 Donald G.
female roommate needed now at self-hypnosis
stuclrllltefills/ tend, powersteering, radio $1700' or
landmark No. 49./ $47.00 + $25 deposit make offer must sell. 377.7369 Center Tuesdays 2:3.4:3O: ( : April Pratt-Certlfled AAEH (m-40t.66-p)
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Counts information (c-5l-1IO-p) limited..rlOBc(( ) oil facilities lots of fiainesviltesFlea
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roommate needed: mature roommate condition new cylinder head,30 + vole for the independent candidate room. Stall $75: Posture S25. 376-4719 e.
FLEX : wonted to shore 2 br opt. at vlzcayo own body In fair condition $623 or best offer mpg. stuart shores for senate college of arts + -ove. (m-lOt-IM-p)
Mik. fir i room call 377-6294 or 378-2651. if mo call evenings 373-1200 (5t-109-p) sciencesnt109p(| ) 'learn karate-new class starting tuo ppril. Mar ket

ECFMSHATltKDBSS"""" InSOllS I ( ) '10 Week of golf lessons, 9 holes each 8, mol.! female, for more Info and
answer1WANTEDEarn 1970 Toyota mark II, 0-<, omfm body week by Tom Chellemi for $30. Wed place, call ken 378-0906 (m-&.105-p' )
I needs 22 in 376-5381 .
paint mpg city
eves 7:30: West end. 20 advanced
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: DIVE DRY TORTUGAS after Spring
ext. 360, ask for richard before 4::3Cprice
participants max call torn 373-2721 (t.|
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negotiable (g-5t-110-p)
THOUSANDS HAVE $3.00 for appro. I hour. Volunteers 5t-IQ7.ne) historical FORT JEFFERSON. Transportation
RAISED THEIR SCORED : (mole and female) needed for study of Invest In a sports classic! ALPINE V vicky sue I miss you in awhile It will be 'will) be provided from Key
rv interpersonal accuracy Call 392-1038 ROADSTER! owner, outstanding looks 4 me and you. when you look to see who's Wed All scuba equipment provided.
\ between 7,30-IOpm: ( April 7 through 10, performance $1,250 consider cycle ot there It will be your teddy bear. love Certified divers only Price $115 call 1cDaniesiea ((
3771420Over for appointment (4l-108-p! ) offer 377-4577 (g-3t-110-p) and kisses hear (|I.II.11().p) SCUBA DYNAMICS for further In-

1970 VW for sole Runs well body and ANNUAL REUNION dinner: Invitation formation 373-5069 (M-SR-104-P, ) Market

Port time morning news routes must Interior in good condition. A good for open to the following "hocks" th, |Ih, photographs outdoor portraits for any
have trans post caih bond for info call only $700, negotiable, call 372-5425. rl, koc,. bgs, mdg. This frlday 8pm occasion also cute candid photographsof
=ti1 Flo Times Union 372.51'3t.I08' ( (g-St-110-p' ) hume lobby 392-8646 (I.".IIG-p) children call after 5p.m. (Jim 378-5844
'70 Barracuda 3 318 len-5t-110-p)
Plymouth speed cu
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EOUCAttoeM ClNTI" 'Wanted married couple'to do main- (in g-3t-llO-p 17! mpg $1000) must sell call 378-0881 Sun. April 13, 7.9 pm. 517. SW 10 St. ********** ***************
tenence work in'exchange for opartment Please RSVP 372-9499. 378 6458 or 373-
tsstwnP.e.rawtrsauets smcm rtas '. Cell 376-9668 9 to 5 (e-fr-109-c<) 66 Mercury, 428 cu. In.*Good tran 7359. (|-3t-llO-p) ; 1
$400 Coll 377-2528 after 6:00 r
sportation. jiei&i.CaiIpi.AaI&ke
"Let not a mon glory in this,that he loves
(g-et-IIO-p) his, country; let him rather glory In this,
wanted three students to share' three
..-.u.._ that he loves mankind." Boha'l
bedroom two bath apartment In exchange 12th Street 378-9086 *
for doing maintenance work call PERSONALVitamins Writingslt110c(| < ) J15SE

378-1668 9 to e-fr-109-c( I ) LOST FOUNDlost and
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r-------- OUPONr-- ..wssass... tabs $3.50 Cinseds powder 25.00 per lb. march 19 will, offer reward for return .J for sports Cars *
delivered to you 10 days Adri.nn. call call 373-0521 ('t-5M08-p)
1 FREE 377-1646' or 378-0<158 (|-5t-107-p) *] Performance Work:
ELECTRONIC ENGINE I 1 11E FoundWatch in peobody room 7 call jf

Assertiveness training group for men t |Ion 372-3482 (l-3M06-nc) Triumph Jensen Healy Datsun 240-260-280Z *
UIIANALYSIS VYTTHEACH j women. Need MEN. Meets Wednesdays loll calico cat (white-red-blk) NW
M TUNE-UP I II 3-3 pm. For more Info call Bev. or Dave section Answers to flekya Reward call Moles parts for British Care J
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100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of answers to "kitten." reword 373-2766. if

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Bookpocks white stag speedo bathingsuits Mon's class ring found in NE Section.
AMTRAK .\NE.SIIIP T' ,. hiking shorts rugby shirts Allen's Stranohan High School. call 376-4719 to ,
Aquatic and Trail Center, 3448 West identify. (l-4t-107-p' )
Av University Ave, 373-9233 (J-FR-103-C: ) reward ANGEL..FLIGHT.
923 W. University .. offered lost wilson kramer
Gainesville Ha. 32601 Gay Community Service Center Gay tennis roquet In front of Jennings dorm .
men and women m.et each Thurs. colt 392-9479 (I-2M09-P)
evening at 7pm ot J07 NW 15th ter call tostblackfemaleshat.hairdogohout63IbsInvicin RUSHApril
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BOOks Cosmetics place, call ken 37809068t105p() ) Beach weekend May 2-4 1
Explore self and personal
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KARATE EXIBITION In gestalt
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Sot April 12,1975 7 to 9pm Boston therapist limitedto
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learn how.to sew and make your own CARRYING CASE AND
BATTERIES.
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KARATE UNIFORMS. Quality, bleached. Call 372-3563 Reasonable Rates. (m-5t-

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Alligator Sports Writer Florida Southern, the Gators take on the f fi
Wildcats in a 1:30: p.m. Perry Field
They say that life begins at 40, but for the doubleheader on Saturday followed by a
I Gator baseball team the figure may bereduced single glme at 2 p.m. on Sunday.
j to 25. "Those are musts for us," head coach Dave
Now at the halfway point of the season, the Fuller said. "If we don't win them all, we can g tnr L
| Gators stopped a four-game losing streak just write ourselves off for the conference."
Wednesday by pounding the Jacksonville(JU) Every Gator batter who stepped up to plate
12-4 at Perry Field. It was the 25th cashed in for
Dolphins at least one base hit on Tuesday :photo by andntwman! ,
game of the year for the Gators now 13.12 with the team collecting 18 in all.
CATCHER JIM SHULOCK SCORES ON WILD PITCH I
overall and 2-4 in the Southeastern Con- UF STARTED the fireworks in the second
ference (SEC), and the UP coaching staff is inning with three runs, the big blow being accounted for one of the Gators' 12 runs
hoping it will be a turning point in what hasso a two-run line drive double by Sammy Rick. finger Hiller ran into problems in the JU talking about may be found 1n'the statistics',
far been a rather disappointing season. Lefthander Eric Hiller started the game for fifth. Dave Bowerman started the inning bY' under "walks," namely seven of them., The "
COMING OFF two big'' losses to hapless the Gators and breezed through the first four bout:ing one over the wall in center field for pitchers have given up 41 walks in the past,
Georgia, the Gators are psyching themselvesfor innings, his only problems coming from four what was ruled a ground rule triple, and then five ball games, a figure which Fuller! :would. ,
this weekend's do-or-die series with SEC bases on balls and two Dolphin hits. scored on a sacrifice fly for the Dolphins' first' just as soon, forget about. '
foe Kentucky. After freshman Bruce Baker But troubled by a blister on his middle run. Hiller then walked three of the next four In fact, now that the,team has wrapped up'.
batters before Dan Wallace doubled them all half its schedule. Fuller'and the other coaches',
home to give JU a'4-3 lead. are going to try to do'just(that-forget..'
Shug Jordan retireAuburn "I HAD to take speed off my fastball. and "Those games are gone." they,wrote In a
may when I take the speed off I start to throw, handout to the players. "The important .
wild" Hiller explained. "I can't pitch if I thing.. .is what happens now..We still-can
head football I national champ in 1957 Over sources told two newspapersthat can't throw fast." have a very good season,'we still have a shot at.
coach Ralph "Shug" Jordan i the years his teams have Jordan's plans were But the Gator hitters came back in the ,the SEC But we've got to get going now." ,
reportedly plans to retire al t: compiled a 172.77.5 record made known at a specially bottom' of the inning with four runt
the end of the upcoming 1975>, that included post-season called Auburn Board of highlighted by run-scoring singles by Jim
season. bowl births the past eight Trustees meeting in Mon Shulock and Terry' Jones to give UF a 7-4
Jordan took the reins al t: seasons. tgomery, Ala. lead.
Auburn in 1951 turning the; There was no official The Montgomery Ad- 'The Gators put the game away in the eighth
Tigers' impotent club into a i, confirmation from Jordan, vertiser and Mobile Register, when Jim Shulock slammed the first pitch to
Southern powerhouse and a i but highly placed Auburn quoting sources,reported that the right-center field fence 420 feet away for a a
Auburn President Harry three-run inside-the-park home run. Sammy
Philpott told the board that Rick slammed an RBI double to leftcenterand
Jordan, 64, plans to retire scored on Joel Murrie's sacrifice fly to
Roberts honoredDave Dec. 31 or an early Januarydate make the final score 124.
depending on whetherthe WILKIE SMITH came on in relief in the
Tigers go to a bowl. sixth inning and shut out the Dolphins on
Roberts, who cleared l8'6'/i" for a world pole vault There was no word on any four hits and a walk to earn the save, while
record, and Francie Larrieu, who set a world record in the reasons for Jordan's possible Hiller won his third game of the year againstno
mile and 1500 meters were named Monday as track athletesfor retirement. He successfully losses.
March by Track and Field Magazine. battled back from 'cancer "It's nice to get a few runs to work on,'.'
Roberts, former Rice University star who won the NCAA several years ago and last Fuller said. "They went out there and did the
pole vault three times and is now a member of the Florida season directed the Tigers to a same thing today, as they did with Georgia
Track Club, set his mark at the Florida Relays on March 28. 9.2 record, capped by a 27.3 but we got more runs. This has been the storyall
Miss Larrieu ran the mile indoors in 4:28.5: and the 1500 win over Texas in the Gator this season. It's demoralizing to the team.. SAMMY RICK .

meters in the same meet_ __ in u_4:09.8._ __.both_ ____world records. Bowl. The "same thing" Fuller may have been three RBI's

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Registrar screens rolls for drop-odd forgery By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer Ihe embattled UF Hloror System has a beltever in UF Registrar Louis Voyles. Although Voyles' office does have some procedures to catch 'tudents who forge drop-add cards. Voyles says he depends on the "basic integrity" of students not to faIsity the cards. "Basically most students are honest and do what they are supposed to There are sonmc Irregularities each quarter, but they are nilnor." Voyles said TO CATCH STUDENTS who may not share the same convictions m~ the workability of the hono, system and who forge add Lards. the rcgtstrar office heckcs the tinal c lass rolls "ith the add ists each college department compiles. Students w ho are catight by the registrar. "and there .re inks a ei." are turned over to the Student Conduct Conmi tec lor reniew Voyles said. Although Voyles said that the check ol the final class rolls w uth the departments, done at the end of drop-add period. is the stirest iway ol catching a torger, one UE department has tournd a iway to cut doiwn the forgeries '.hile drop-add is stl going on. The biology department issues add siips to students who gel the department's permission. which the students must present wo their teacher to get added to the class roll. IF A STUDENT does not have the add slip. he is 'eat back to the department to d'tcrnmIne ii he illegally added the class. Betts Cochran, biology department secretary. saiid stuidenis .ire .1 itomatically dropped from a class if forgery was nvolved. hut iddIed they are not usually handed over to student conduct. She ,aid "flv or 'ix" torgerics are discovered each quarter. Cochran said "as far as I know" no other departments are ing the add slips procedures to cut down on the forgeries. but suggested that it should he considered as a university' ide policy. Cochran added that keeping up nith students '.ho illegally Iny 10 add a class "is a real hassle. Something has to he done" The Independent Florida Aligator oaldb ompusc C mngtns nc Gomfll* od No* offo ~y Oloc oted we* *h. Umw*rly o Fande W EONESPA Y APIL9 17 J Tenure review ordered By STUART EMftIICH Alnigater StaffW it.r, In light of an uncertain economic future, a comprehensive review of tenure policies throughout the state university system has been ordered by the Board of Regents. Regent Chainnan Marshall Criser instructed the regent staff to study shortening the notification time for non-tenured faculty and to possibly "freeze" tenure throughout the system, CRUISER SUGGESTED shortening the termination notice tume from 16 to possibly nine months. "The 16 months is long before we know what the budget is even going to look like, so how can we decide how many faculty to keep on." Criser said. Although Criser said a complete examination of tenure policies is belog requested. including reasons for granting tenure and percentages of tenure faculty, he added he has "no intention of doing away "ir ANIMPORTANT part of academics and we have to recognize that importance.' Criser explained. Approximately 55 per cent of faculty at the state universities are tenured. according to system Chancellor Roberd Mauti. Gene Hemp. interim assistant vice president for academic affairs, said "a little under 60 pcr cent' of UF Educational and General faculty are tenured. MAU'FZ SAID HE expected the regents to take a "long term look" at tenure, to determine if there is too large a percentage of tenured faculty in the state system. Mautz said any major changes in tenorn policies would not be made until 'people iire (See *Tenure'. page seven) H arris tours UF campus Marshall Harris, newest member of the Board of Regents and ex-state legiuiator, will be visiting the UP campus today through Saturday to enamine the dltkaent aspects of UF propra.'. Ames3 the items on Harris' picked schedule are open dIscussions with interested studocts tonight and faculty members Tlrsday migt. '1UE SEITDIT will be held in the west half of the J. Wayne Ret Union cafeteria at 8 p.m. The faculty meeting will be In the Union ballroom at 7:30 Thumrsday night. Harris will also meet with UP vice presidents, Student Government officus,and college deans and will tour the 3. Milii Miller Health Center. During his four-day visit Hania will stay at the home ofUF Presideut Robrt Q. Mansto. Going, going, gone What was once She "Fumlire City" building became a victim of pmuues Monday when wwrkmeo finidhud seorlng It down to mob. way 6or the new Gclneavllle Pfara Built i 1906, "Funtiur, Cuy" was on t. corner of SE First Skreet and Univeahiy Avenus. The new ope-olr plaza will be In between the Alechue County Courthouse and a socn-to-be-buik judicial tatter. -hle by george tisahaie Ir

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sN0 2, 11w Ind.nadaUM.sAMI.$rm. W dc.oAAdI 9W5 Jackson: peace accords secret WASHINGTON (UPI)Sen. Henry Jackson, D-Wash. charged Tuesday that "secret agreements" exist between the United States and South Vietnam which have been hidden fromn Congress and -until recently -from President Ford. Jackson said the agreements "envision fateful Anherican decisions.' bot did not disclose what they entail. Nor did he accept challenge to make his knowledge available to the Senate. "I know of no secret agreements," said Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield. "Every time we met with Mr. Kissinger after one of his visits and journeys overseas, that questw.n was asked and the answer always was no." He said if there was substantial evidence of secret agreemiejts. "I would expect the appropriate committees to look into the breaches of faith and trust." Oppos ing for ces meet in Bangkok PHNOM PENH (UJPi) Cambodian Prime Minister Lang Bores returned to this besieged capital Tuesday from Binngkok. where officials said lie met with Communist Khmer Rouge rebel repiresatatves in the possible beginning of a negotiated settianent of the fhl-year-old Cambodia. war. Officials in Thailand and Cambodia said tang Bornt met with the Khmer Rouge for thur hours in Bangkok Monday. No results of the Bangkok meeting were disclosed immedlattly. As Long Beret stepped off the specli plane that brought him from Bangkok. the Coninunist-led insurgents were barely 3.3 miles from Pochentong Airport and getting closer. yard by yard,. by the day. Phinom Penh itself was surrounded by the rebels who now control 90 per cent of the country. Shortly before Long Bornt arrived, rebels again hit the airport with both artillery and rockets in more than 30 attacks. One Cambodian Air Force C123 was damaged and two pilots injured. Thai Foreign Minister CIhatduhal Choonhavan said in Bangkok he believed another meeting between Cambodian government representatIves and the Kh.mer Rouge might be sihed clod. It takes a fh iof HOLYOKE, MASS. (UPI) -A prdsonar skilled in safecracking may be taken from the Hanipden County House of Correction to help police open the tax collector's safe stoles during the weekend. Police said Tuesday that locksmiths, who previously opened safes, no longer do the work so somebody "with some sort of experience in this field has to be found." The safe was found Mondaynight ins woodedares of Granby, Coon., 30 miles south of Holyoke. The dial was knocked off. The 500-pound safe contains 52g.2Wi in cash and checks. In a Senate speech. Jackson said "I have it on the best of information, the best authority, Ihat secret agreements wer reached" in connection ,.gth the Paris peace accords on Vietnam. As fbr Ford. Jackson. said "1 think he has only recently tbund out about these accords." Jackson. an announced candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, said that while Ford has hinted Congrenreneged on its commitments to South Vietnam, "the tact is that Congress is being accused of violating commitments and obligations it never heard of."' Jackson also said "obsessive sccrec" marked the Salt I negotiations, to the point where not even then Defense Secretary Melvin Lbird and then Secretary of State Wilhivti Rogers were informed about two accords. sex, druogs, gambling alleged in US. govt. WASHINGTON (UPI) -Government investigators have uncovered evideacc of after-hour craps games and marijuana traffic at the Agriculture Department and also are probing allegations female workers ran a prostitution ring, a spokesman said Tuesday. The sex rumors have not been proved, however, the spokeuanan added. LL Free, assistant director of dhe department's Office of Investigation .said the gambling and drag information was turned up In Novanber and was referred to the District of Columbia police. Free said one esuployc was arrested and two others resigned "during the early stages of our investigation." Chles E. Collins. a spokesman fAr the District of Columbia Police, said the police department had found -o grounds for filing gambling charges and no prostitution-. The cane was cdosed after a single narcotics arrest, he said. "This was not a large scale thing." Collins said. "It was a small incident and there is no ongoing (police) invatigatioui at the Department of Agriculture inew." Fearfu Ucoa WASHINGTON (UPI) -Hundreds of hard-hatted coal miners, fearful a strict new strip mining bill will cost their jobs, demonstrated at the White House and lobbied Congressmen Tuesday while huge coal trucks circled the Capitol. The caravan from Virginia. West Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee came to protest a bill requIring strip-mined land be reatred, ugly debris removed, and polluted wits cleared up. Several hundred miners paraded in beet ef the White wpeiinesday capsule SAIGON (UP) -A CU&fW ordered because Of the bombing of President Nguyen Van Thieu's palace by a muttnous South Vietnamese Air Forcepilot slowed Operatioh Babylift and the air exodus of Americans Tuesday. The pilot of the FS Freedom Fighter. identified as North Vietnam-born Lt. Nguyen mmiii Thing. 26. pwbably~few the plane to a Conmmuisut-OCtipied base inside South Vietnam arid defected, military sources said. Thieu escaped unharmed and said he viewed the attack as an isolated incident and not a coup attempt. Hut three pe rsoweekilled and four wounded by the single bomb that Thieu immediately ordered a 24-hour curtw in the capital The curfew was lifted six beu later. but It curtailed the human traffic on the daily airlift of orphans and civilian refugees from Saigon. At leadt one U.S. Air Force C141 Starlifter flight between Saigon and Cark Air Base in the Philippines was canceled and passalge traffic on two others totaled wily SI persons. Jopl in biog ra phy HILLSBOROUGH. N.H. UPI) -A book hna high school Library potrsybag~heftuuead lbfofthe late rock sigerimanis Joplin has sparked a pat apuigp agaluad ceuity in this tiny New Eagmnd .i01 conimunlty. A couple circulated a petition ii the town of 2,778 and gained morn than 10W sIgnatures objecting to "taxpayers money being used to buy obscene books and with obscene language in thein." The controversy erupted when one of the four children of Bernard Nickerson mid his wife arrived boe with "has" by David Dalton. Nickeroui objected to the "vogisiderable amount of bad language" in the biography. ners protest b il House waigsigns reading "Mr. President: we want to work. Let us." and "Congress must love unemployment." White House Pm.s Secretary Roe Nass told reporters he could not provide any firm indication whether Ford would veto the bill until it comas out of a uqressonal conference committee. But he said Ford "has wane ccwus" about provisions. patIcularly that the retirn legIslatIon would cause consumer codl puic, to rise sharply. Ford vetoed slnare bill last -eo. Sue Connelly Shie Justice Trffic Court gililzotlon of usve funds Byron Petersen H onor Court Chancellor rn-.utablsih academic Inhegrlty raien Sludent Iudg.menls in Honoi' Court decisions. '*' o'"dm ino '"men Paid PoI.Adv. L Fbit *. Wa U~na.a~ m. flee a~e, ~ ft. ma. G~~n Phrid MaCi ii. Isqee. &e .-A. UAIW h. Pus We --t -~ 1CM ~ --SAWn. -~.4&d *n4 %Ae pera. hr A. .40. ~y Cf fl~& -di Th.Thdrra flee M4Iger .en. '4'. "#. .pis. A. -B~ -~ --~ ~jj ~., w 1~ ~~PIaA~p,~ will .~ cni~, 4tnst Cf P01AWJ mciv kg iyPcuqAJ.4 en. -efte. I.W.n mfl~ nfl .if ei.~r.g m.r,*~ .t4~j 11*1 eAst S. Sefl.wr* intTh'* kdmndw. 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lh. indeg.Aden Hnda MII.r~. Wdnedy, 1tt9~. ift.g. S Utilities board will get atomic trans fusion soon and DAVID KLEIN The Regional UtilitIes Board (RUB) will get a jolt of atomic power soon and consumers will get some relief from soaring power costs, R UB General Manager Robert Roundtme said Roundtree said the RUB will buy 9.5 megawatts (9.5 ,,iillion watts) of atomic power front, the Crystal River atomic generating plant owned by florid. Power Corp. ROUNDTfREE SAID the power supplied by the Crystal River station will save R UB customers about $5,O00 a year in bulk power costs. The total package of ahnost 10 megawatts will supply around 10 per cent of our total output' Roundtree said. The RUB will not begin receiving the atomic power until the Crystal River plant. scheduled for completion in September. 1976. opens for operation. ROUNDTREE SAID the RUB originally requested 82.6 megawatts, "with no expectation at all of getting 82.6." Instead. he said he told the commissioners to expect to receive about IC megawatts. However. Roundtree said the RUB might still receive more power if other buyers do not use their allocation to capacity. Green wins top award Alex E. S, Green. a UP graduate research professor has been awarded the 1975 Medal of the Florida Academy of Sc ien,:es. The award for an "outstanding scientist of Florida", was made at the academy's 39th annual niecting in Lakeland March 28. GREEN CAME to the University of florida in 1%63. He is a graduate research professor of physics, electrical engineering and areospace engineering. He is also director of the Interdisciplinary Center tbr Aeronomy and Atmospheric Sciences. Green has published more than 200 books and articles covering varied aspects of theoretical nudlea. physics. Ihe municipal utility agency might eventually receive up to 12 megawatts of power, he said. The 9.5 megawattsy 'ill be bought through the issuance of bonds, Roundtren said. Though the power itself costs only 55O.,00 per megawatt. thRo d cost wouldd be equivalent to S65O.00 per megawatt. Tower B floods By DOUG HATCH AflIpto StaNf Writs. Nine floors of Beattyowers were flooded Monday night when a hot water line broke between the ninth and tenth Altough final damage reports were unavailable Tuesday, Director of Housing James T. Hennessey estimated carpeting Td E LINE UROK .but8:30 p.m. in the northwest side of the men's tower. Then the water trickled from floor to floor until the water reached the ground floor, where damage was "There sns to be some damage tothe carpet ini the music room on the ground floor and it might have to be replaced. Hennessey said. Hennessey said the carpetingin the private rooms probably won't have to be replaced because they are being dried. IIENNESSEY SAID he was unaware of damages to any personal property of anyone living in the towers. "If there is any personal property damage we will first investigate what actions the residents made to save it (the property)." Hennessey said. "Of county we will entertain claims for lost property but this will come from the state." The flooding started about 9 p.m., said Paul Mazy, 3ASB. a resident of room 903, one of the first rooms affected. THlE WATER CAME through the light fixtures and later through the air conditioning vents. Mazy said. "it started real slowly at first and then all of a sudden it really started up.' John Hall, a resident of room 904, said. A plumber was called to the scene immediately, but it was several hours before the water flow stopped. He said the bonds cost more becaus, there must be money for construction and a reserve fund for interest payments. According to Roundiree. between $7 million and 8 million in bonds would be issued. eveb though the power only costs about $6.2 million. Thie extra money would be used In cae additional atomic power became available from other p'ol by OCey hawp' IHE SKY IS FALLING ..bathroom cellIng crumbles In flooded Towers WHiTE STAGSFEDtY Maot k Lycra' For '76 .eL.cr.r.,swm aw.linga.bn.,& d. .neme,,e,.e.erm .n uhq. A ait hI in a flltam wur .meha n.n.nie AmUPfl SWUTIC AND TSel sr' Monda-Friay -7SoLdty -r I. L. Clogs with soft leather uppers and beautiful antiqued finishes. New from Olaf Daughters, they come In butterscotch, antiqued brown, chocolate, navy, and suede. apen Daily 40-8 Sat 10-0 i029 W. Univ. Ave 7

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Gainesville misses deadline UF s till us es Flor ida Power Th* Indfplfd&,i N.M1. ADlig.tev. W.&.nde, PupdI 9. 197, Peg. S By SHEILA SIMMER AllIgator Stall Wrdter Florida Power Corporation will automatically furnis poe oUF foynte er twsanucda tih Monday night city commssio eeti s ng.neda te The City of Gainesville wanted to bid fbr the $3 million contract, but the Board of Regents was not notified by the April 5 deadline. We won't be able to bid for 1976" said Richardson "We have waited 10 years -apparently we will wait i years now. COMMISSIONER losoph Little said regent Jack Mccriff told him UiF will be given a chance for the city to bid in future years. Gamnesvie's Regional Utilities Loard (R UB) will have until Jan. 5. 1977, to notify the regents that RUB wasts to furnish UF with power. Utilities General Manager Robert Roundtree said. A revenue shortfall of $8,000 is anticipated for the city budget this fiscal year. City Manager B. Harold Farmer 'aMd this is because there was no surplus of money from last year. THlE 3974-75 expenditures are within the budget and will not present any problems for this year. Farmer said. The coninission decided to continue a hiring freeze of city employes to reduce costs for next year. Fanner said this action will pose no problems because "I don't anticipate much cempjoye) Iurnever." Backup persons exist in case of any unforseen employs shortage. Farmer added. Initial consideration of bond programs for capital imn* provemnent brought a suggestion front Comniissioner Joseph Little to purchase bonds now. He said bond rates are expected to rise because ol an increase in the federal deficit this year. A RUB AMENDMENT that could save homeowners 350,000 this month ,.ilI be given final action at Wednesday's RUB meeting. The amendment '.ill mean a reduction of about S2 per customer for April. The rate for March was IS mills per kilowatt hour. and Aprils rate will be 16.05 mills per kilowatt hour tbr users of lj0 kilowatt hours per mnont h Is other action, the commission discussed complaints of an illegal number of students living together, which violates the minimum housing code. THlE COMMISSION is seeking an effective way to enforce the law. Commissioner Russell Ramsey asked City Manager B. Harold Farmer and City Atty Osne Pagan to investigate methods used in other cities wrth similar problems. Earner noted that such an investigation was made before and it was "fruitless." "Tallahassee claimed they have no such problem," said Farmer. He explained that no other cities acknowledge the situation, but he will continue to search for a solution. Three drown in springs PEYTON GILL, 18, WAS OILY SURViVOR .canoes used by foursom. In fatal diving tip Gainesville divers recovered the bodies of three Georgia scuba divers who drowned Monday mn Jenny Springs in northeast Gilchrist county. The bodies of Dean Hale Case. 43. of Appling. Ga. and Darryl Harkins, 28, of Augusta. Ga. were recovered by diver, Monday night. according to Gilchrist County Deputy Sheriff Darrell Williams. THE BODY OF the third drowning victim, Barton David Wittenberg. 20. of Augusta. Ga. was recovered Tuesday morning. Williams taid A fourth diver. Peyton Gill. 19. of Washington. Ga .escaped unhurt, he said The three dead men were wearing single air tanks while Gill wore a pair of tanks. None of the men were using safety lines, Williams I said. THlE FOUR MEN ,.ere diving approximately 250 to 3C() feet inside the 7ket deepecave when they presumablyl" got lost in the cave and ran out of air, he said. Jenny Springs has a "complicated cave system" that might explain the large number of drowning deaths that have occurred there in the past. Williams said. "Between Jenny Springs and Devils Hole (another cave close by) there were nine divine deaths last year," he said. Students exhibit cit Grin ter H all Fourteen UFi 'enior painting students will exhibit their work at the Grinter Galleries d uring A pril. Fhe Galleries are located on the first Ilooi of Linton E. Grmnter Hall. The exhibition is opn to the public Mnday through Friday flie participants are students of Professor Hiram Williams' senior painting classes. Barron and Tucker open Florida Legislature with warning to Askew on use of veto power By BRUCE MORRIS Atgats, gn Wa.er Senate Presdent Dempsey Barton aid Speaker of the House ponald Tucker gaveled their houses to order Tuesday morning to open the 1975 Florida legislative session. Both leaders sounded notes of legislative Independence and warned Go. beubin Askew to use hsveopower wisely. Barrow said in his opening speedh of the 60.day union. "I don't bullmwe there I. one amcu you who dons not take pride in being -n of 40 state senaton -Independent of other branches of gPflrnISCS." vi pMNUIG REnIAS i. his lms colleagues. Tucker ,arned Askew to take came to avoid using his veto poen too huely In his unpreedmated eeod tern. lbt en als advised Iqgiubtorn against pushIng fhr any new taxes, and they promised quick acdieu owl bills that will reorganize the Department of Health and Rdtab~itatIve icsand the EnvbeqagmMn PretectIce Agency. 1Sbfn state .1*.h sa.e adiams Atke. tilled hr revisio, in voting registration practices. He advOcated redrawing voting rolls every Iwir ywars instead of every twa hnd providing reistration by mall. IN TilE WAK of Impeachment proceedings against t'o supreme court justices. Askew asked the legislature to adopt the "Missouri Plan" of selecting judges. Under this plan. a panel selects several nontinees for a vacant judgeship position. The governor appoints one of these, and after a designated term, he Is put on the ballot for a public vote on whether to retain or dismiss him. Askew albo called for full financial disclosure and rigid conllct-of-iatmnet laws. "We muss prove we are truly public servants aid not time servants of either the vested interests or our own uulf-lmntrsts," he said. He daeribed his landslide reelection -s "a mandate for Ml flhanclal dIsclosure. l will do everythlnglIcan to fulfill that maadae." he said. AgsEw FPr~gETED plans for dealing with mcnetc reccauloc and increasing crime -includIng gsa control laws and minimum pris sentences without paroles for crimes committed with dangerous weapons. The gowen.r wes s given a rouslqg welcome by the joint sussie., according to Rep. Sidney Mantia. D-llawhorne. "He din't sat me on fre." Matin said. Rep. Bill Andrens. Sen. Bob Saunders and Sen. Kenneth "Buddy" MacKay. the other local legislators. could not be reached tbr comment a: the capital late Tuesday. MARTIN SAID he supports the governor's "Missouri Plan" for the judiciary. He said he has advocated a switch to that type of system since 1%68. S"We have to find ways to upgrade the judicial system. One of the ways is the Missouri Plan," he said. However. Martin was skeptical about its chances of passing the legislature this year. Dud.,g Its 6O-day session, the legIslature also will consider passage of the Equal Rights Amendmaent (ERA). ASKEW 3EfTERATED his support fhr iti passage in his address, provoking a "thumbs-tmw" demonstratIon i, the gallery by threw rows of anti-ERA forces. When contacted Tuesday. Marnia said a gmup of the antiERA people had just let hisofke. He said theymwremakieg their rounds of the capital. Although Marnia said he will vote hor the ERA and expects it niH narrowly pussthe house. he dan't think It will make I through the senate. The legislators will consider a bill to put a student Wi the Board ofRegpntsmand a blllto rase tultlonlstate ushursum.es Martin opposes any tuition hike. but he said "It wi be tough. tough sleddln" to prevent It. JAMES RICHAROlSGN "we won' be oble to bd for 1976"

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Pogo 4, Th* independen* MRnd M Agotor, Wedn.day. Apd1 9. 197s Times editor to s peakere Abe Rosenthal. managing editor of the New York Times. will highlight the events of iouriialism, Day. Thursday. Cathe Redard, a journalism teaching assistant connected with the program, said the day's events, sponsored by the College of Journalism. include a talk on lIbel laws, a slide show presentation. a luncheon at the Sweden House. and a discussion on job placement by several newspaper editors Ironm around the state. ThE DAY WILL begin at 9:30 g.m. with a talk given by Dan Pauls. a prominent libel lawyer, in rooms 361-363 at the Reitz Union. Paul. is scheduled to speak on libel laws and their effect on the press. Coffee and doughnuts wil be served. Following the t alk. Michael O'Bren of the Miami News will present a slide show. displaying some of his award-winning photographs. Rosenthal will be the guest speaker at a Iwidcon at the Sweden House. 2400 SW 13th St. The luncheon begins at noon. and includes the presentation of awards to the winners of the Florida News Photographer's Contest and the Florida Newspaper illustrator's and Cartoonist's Contest. Bedard said editors .f several state newspapers will be discussing job placemneit tbr reporters and photographers at the Reitz Union. rooms 361-363, front 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. This final evest will include a display of scme of the photographs and art entered in the photograph and cartoe contests. Tickets for the luncheon are on sale fir 12.95 at the Sweden house. The tickets may also be purchased In advance, at the Dean's office in the stadium. room 237, for $1.95. For additional information, contact Bedard at 392-0430. Ordinance cons idered A comprehensive anti-discrimination ordinance received initial consideration by the Gainesville City Commission at their Monday night meeting. The proposed ordinance highlights discriminatory practices in public accommodations, housing. employment and credit extensions. Its purpose is to combine, broaden and include every kind of activity regarding color, race, national origin and sex into a general ordinance, explained City Attorney Oswe Fagan. "This draft is our latest effort. It has been under study for several monthss' the attorney said. A hearing on this will be held next week. E OUR E C S We're gonna' have K GI a party. IFC -Panhellenic Council IT KD Di]T EVELYN WOOD GRADUATES CAN READ TEE GOIFAINI U 64 AT THAT SPEED, THE 477 PAGES COME ACROSS WITH MOME 4 LUVKNG tOOO, YOU MIGHT SAY. mn-at hisalkty can do to. students At 1000 retenohon' read) Eveln Wood graduate cn deou ma Cc Sf thr vr a boa-ik-'osiad'dr $ Ameuican Po-ngea' Traditon -and wrap up each chapter in II minutes Don t nfAi'a Th -measIseofspndn 8ocs e-a Evnlyn~ Wood graduate spends 170 ,ouws Without any drop In comnpr.enson' Without any drop in Co for all Find out If WE graduales eyes WMACT THAN flU MOVIE time to do somuthrng tao Its. imr day' ne pand ten wo r gO.00 0. me vnfl do have s'uhfln e to your free Introductory lemnen! You'll neas yor readi 5to 10%on thespt! TOD AY & TO MORRO 4:000R t:OO PM AT FLAGLER INN SEvelyn Wood Reading Dynuicsa Isis.s U KS: After graduation you'll wont mOre than Just a job. You'll wont a career. Consider AC AREER AS A LAWYER'S ASSISTANT Marcer Univeralty In Atlanta, in cooper"'ln wth heNotoaCef LegalTrining by attorneys qualifying college graduates to assume many of the responsibilities trodirionaly handled by lowyers. Courses start June 9th and September 22nd. 1Q75. Specialization is offered in the following fields tgoln Pea. stat. andMort.gs -Corporations -Estates. Trusts and Wills If you ore a student of good ocodemc standng and ore Interested In a coret as a Lawyer's Assisront. writeforaofree brochureand application. Mmenu Miveray In Ada ., a@0oFlcwers Road, N.E. I [

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aITh. independen* crd. AMIgator. Wedn.Sday. Ail IWS7. ftg. 1 Tenure Cie odtergnssaTh xet h /from page "'lEt, given a chance to gO over the proposals and suggest changes." Mautz taid the "up or out" tenure UNDkER "PRME",T ERrues. if. a faculty member is not tenured mn has sixth year ofemployment then he must be terMautz said this was a "standard academic policy set by the American Association of University Professors, but I really don't know the reasoning behind it." Monday as not the first time that the quesios of tenure review has come up before the regents. NEAR ThE BEGINNING of Mautz' term as chancellor, i199. he proposed a review of Amng, the changes that came from that review, was a lenthening of the probation period for professors before they came up or tenure, from three to five years. "l's. leaving where I came in -with a tenure review," hMautz said Tuesday. "I gumss it's like marriage, it will always be *it us." MALUTZ WILL BE succeeded by E. York as chancellor on July I. An almost annual review of tenure wil apparently not come before the state legIslature this year however. State Sen. Richard Deeb. known for iig a yeardy bin to abolish semite, has not prepared a similar bill this year, and .i11 probably nut do so. according to a member of his eaRf. Staff member Freddie Swift said Tuesday Dlesh has drafted most of the bills he planned onsubmittlngthissessionandnonedeaft with tellme. report in rime bor next m~onlh's meeting. Ps eu donym off SG ballot Alfred., Fettuci is dead but Richard Snyder lives on. The newly formed election commission ruled Monday night to uphold the decirnon of director of elections Scott Simmons that Richard Snyder. independent student body preienilcandidte, m ust se isea Snyder wanted to use the fictitious name Aifredo Fettucini on the ballot. The election Commission is an independent agency of Student Government overneeiqg the condud., canvassing and certification of SG elections. Members of the election commission are: Greg Enhoim, 7BA. chairman: Randy Snyder said he flied an appeal with the Student Appeals Court, but dropped the appeal when h. could not find a Florida Statute "stating a candidate can run under fictitious name."~ Jim Roark, student appeals court messber said. "The ourd dows not over tus, a decis unless there Is proof of a grows so." Roank said because the bals had to be printed Tuesday morning, Snyder was only given one and one-half hours to find the stat ute. tee. .eaee. 0 *Whsn someone 0 I trouble, tefl'em 0 6 S 0 0 S 0 S 6 6 S 0 0 0 0 0' 0 0 0 S S S S 0 0 0 0 U a 0 0 0* ~A1I 0 imnw.u See00000000000 0605 starts you to Double It I OTIS uijyaruity Ave. I 4 ad FREE RODEO AND AGRICULTURAL FAIR GATOR LOAN FUND Presents CARNIGRAS '75 Doily 5 pm Weekends 12 Noon The Biggest Midway Ever THRU APRIL 12 ROTC DRILL FIELD RODEO: SAT.APRIL 12 1:00 p. AGRICULTURALFAIRs APAL a Il proceeds go to student loans and scholaruhlpu * * I * * * * * I * * I * * h. 4 -.1

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N.S. 1. I dndnft Roddo AlIg.r. Wedn.d.y, ApdI 9 I97s Mr. IBM Mr. IBM is dropping in to look us over today. I he sharp-tongued, quick witted, Harvard trained lawyer is arriving this morning bor a threeday visit, apparently to sort ot get the teed ot UF. After eight years ci trying to get the Florida House ot Representatives to run more efficiently. Marshall Harris, newly appointed to the Hoard ot Regents. is now taking on higher education. In the next tew days he will meet with President Marston and other administrators and taculty as well as career service employes. just to make sure they are doing their jobs. He will also personally inspect the medical center. WFAS, and other colleges. Oh yes, and he wants to meet the students too. this is the tirnt time the Miami lawyer has visited UF since he quit the Iegislature.because he couldn't get along with House Speaker Don tucker, and joined the regents in January. But we remember the Harris fr-om times past. As a matter of fact it was just about this time last year when, in another editorial, we expressed our desire to see Harris impaled on a silver diploma. It was in the final days .t the 1974 legislative session when student lobbyists were anxiously watching the new regent-proposed tuition plan to see it it would clear the legislature betbre the session ended., Suddenly from out of the house appropriations committee, of which Harris was chairman, came a second fee proposal that made the regents' proposal pale in comparison. Harris wanted to assess undergrads up to SIS a credit hour and graduate students fr~om $25 to $34 an hour-. W hether the plan was designed as a smoke screen for the regents' proposal or Harris really believed students weren't paying enough,the move had its effect. It took everyone's mind off the real issue long enough tar the session to end and the regents to sneak the new plan into eflbct, unappro' *d And that wasn't the first time Harris had an impact on higher education. Only months before he grabbed headlines all over the state with his accusations of gross university padding of graduate enrollment rolls to gain state money. His accusations touched oil months of hurried university audits and repeated denials by administrators and regents alike. Later Harris grabbed headlines once more when his subcommittee took a get tough' stand toward higher education and recommended a 15 per cent cut in funding. It wasn't until months later, when the credibility of the state university system had already been severly damaged that state auditor gneral Ernest Ellison revealed that less than hour per cent of the state's graduate students were overenrolled and that the overenrollment was not due to 'padding' as Harris alleged. but to widespread misunderstanding of the cumbersome rules and regulations. In view of his past track record we weren't surprised to see Harrs go along with every other regent except Gainesville's Jack McGrIff last month to vote for yet another tuition hake. This new tuition plan comes very close to matching Harrif' earlier proposaL. While we haven't bcen too overjoyed at Harris' appointment to the regents, we are glad he has expressed a desire to meet with students while hene in Gainesville. We hope mote -than a tow students are wondering why they have to pay increasingly more fort their education every fall. Maybe Hauris will be able to explain it to them tonight. It is said Harris loves a tight, and he is fond of saying 'Tm not running a popularity contest". Don't worry -you won't win one here. __-._. -.---~ 1 'itE AMERICA4S AE Igagwg tvW wrt ThEIR SIVN1S : PLA~flC S.UPHANTS AND fAR OQVHAJson ,5 mA~gimMO' m The toa was stufed full of curious onlookers, expert lifirists. aggressive feminists and many of the world's most notorious male chauvinists. The teminists had just come off a clean linguistic victory and wiped our all the chauvinistic connotations of the English language. Now gripping their dictionaries with calloused hands, the feminists were A micropbnne groaned the room quieted and the chairperson of the debate spoke. "As many of you here already know, in the recent past anyone wishing to speak English was TONY ARNAD GUEST COLUMNIST forced to utter such slated phrases as Mister. Miss, manhandle, manhole, and even the nefarious pronoun 'his,' In fact we have a recorded cms of a poor woman who used 'his' so much that her relatives thought she'd taken leave of her senses and was imitating snake calls. "BUT THANKS are due for the eflbtt of a few hardworking person., who after burning their bras, went on to neutarize the English language. Tonight many of these same persons will attempt to neutaizc French -a mudh more diffcult task since every word is either masculine or feminine. We are going to begin with the word rock. Now what gender shall we make rock?" .'Well. I think, and you may not agree,." said a red hair feminist. "to be a rock represents the strength of womanhood and therefore should be feminine," "I disagree" murmured a black-clad male chauvinist. "'1 think, and this it my own personal opinion, but I feel that a rock symbolize. the strength of manhood and therefore should be mascuhine." "WE OUGEF 'TO forget the whole thing and leave the language algna." a blade sorority girl said, "because my Bani says woman libbrs just want to burn our bras'" "WclI, what's wrong with that?" snapped the feminist. "If I burn my bra I won't have three dimemional Greek The Independent Florida Alligator LII 0.ewn Ma~~ A*n MeSpASn Te"e Me~s ra.Jr.n IO* o bnnehu noSierw. Ji--ite. 9.Le~L letters Os, my shirt anymOre." "OH, YOUf CAN TAKE the bra off first." You mean lecan bun it after I take it ci. Oh. well maybe "I think we've deviated from the major topic of discussion." said the voice on the micphoiit. "Now docs "YESa,"-'SAD TE hackicla ale cauvahs."I thin we ought to throw it out the window and go on to more controveniul words. i'd like to know uho's gonna get stuck with the word 'gutter'." "Oh. don't be silly." snapped the feumlnlst. "Everyone knows it's men who dig gutters. it's men who pass out dead drunk in gutters. and you never see a woman urinating in a gutter. "Gentlepersons, we have a probiwnmme deeper than gutters," said the voice ower the mimrphon. "Tlhis is a serious matter that confronts us inSIagvagu. What are 'e going to do with mailman." "EASY." SAID TUE bMack-vled male dmawaist. "We just look stour optices. We -a dhasap It to meR mail, female mail, male mule, female female wwhat -smat probable 'ic can just have our posqae ddivered by swan man." "Well, I'll refuse to utter mny sudsn weed which connotes that it's the ma' who carry th. male who. It's -s wwua' who set pregnant." 'And I don't care how equal we ane supposed to be.' said the sorority girl. T1m gonna rifse to catl any of "iY daqghtcn Harry or George." "Well that setles It" says the v.4cc over wh microphone. "Any moralistic eampeing wflh any language -n't change anyone's attitudes. So man, I think -e CUn to forget the whol, thing." Go Chwue aSaxmO -bA.Ser --s bas 0 ensanger Sp.~lS senC.d~a.g OMb$S Nn.a Meger .M. b~n.nad PC h bem IN U.n ins O msaib Mawsh Bsee. S.ph. 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Th. Indep.den* ld. Mlgt. Wednedoy. Apuil.InS.P ge Florida Student Party platform given Are hve read the platforms of other St udent governmentnt lIt parties and wonder why te ve seen the same trumpcdl campignissues for the past live year' Why shOuld we believe now that such promised ation is ho S hollOw as In recent years' ON THE OTHER HAND, the Florida Student Parb\ plattOrm isbased oh realists challenges for '(Tsit vt change or Ior ida s tudettts-. Furthermore. FSP's candidates are unique ini that thcy have records of past accomplishments as w.elI a t es af crget (Compare this with their opponents who. Otn the most pa hi' done little more than fill vacancies. make promises. .md produce little.) Hence, when one considers the source ot campaign ,romie5. FSP's candidates are surely more credible than heir opponents. FOR INSTANCE, Alyce McAdam. our candidate or residentl. has served: eMs student senator and SG cabinet member *With Ur Affrmative Action Council and Student 4ighttimeC Auxiliary Patrol *A. president and state secretary of the National )rganhzatiofl tor Women *A member of Savant and a registered lobbyist, and Alyce has been recognized for her service accomplishments. She: *Isthe toundarof tleGanesvllc Rape Crisis Center *Has beet, a guest lecturer throughout florida .ls co-author of the SG "Rape" pamphlet e a vanity member of the women's gynmnastic team. Similarly. eubba Huerta, FSP's vice-presidential candidate Mas been busy serving and accomplishing. Bubb. has served as: .SG director of Slhletics *Director of "Gatsr aluinv a Cause" Member of Florida BU. Key cA member and threi officer of Kappa Alpha fraternity In the area of accomplishments, Bubba: .Originated "Gator Cainics for Cause" aWas a varsity baseball player for three years alHias volunteered his services to work with juvenile iehnquents logether Alyce and Bubba intend to: *Restructure SG via a binding uaudenit vote on alternatives *lt'lh b tr sitident rights betore the Si ate Legislature and RLairdi ot Regents *Preseni workahle alternit "es to students ek'p rcguiar tuttice hours and hold open meetings wth studicents *Aggressielv recruit SC cabinet members elnstilute student ombudsman Greg 'herman is probably the most qualified perno to ever run for treasurer at LIF \ot only is he the incumbent treasurer ,ho did not use his ottkce or a political stepping stone. but Greg has served in mans other positions and has achieved many accomnplshmcnts bor Florida students-. (ompare Greg's record as*(oordinator. Activity and Service Fee Committee *Board ot directors, Student Credit Union *Lniversmty Budget Committee member and member of the Union Board ot Managers *Director Gator Loan Fund and student senator Again. Greg is uniquely qualified, as his accomplishments prove: *Founder of the Florida Turnpike Toll discount program *Egtablhshed the Business Administration College Council *Recognized as an extremely student oriented and accessible member of SC by Honor Court report. If re-elected. Sherman pledges these realistic proposals: *Publtsh the state audit eFollow up the exammationi of infirmary service Continue student services such as expanding child day care lacihties Work to insure continued student control over the activity and service fee e~irpand money saving programs for studetits *Continue to be accessible and responsive to students. Ben Ayres is also uniquely qualified to serve as chancellor on the Florida Student Party ticket. His service is both within and beyond the realm of the Honor Court. Compare Ben's record: *Honor Court attorney general's staff *Honor Court Bar Association .Secretary. Board of College Councils *Vietnam veteran *Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau Hie is also a recognmted leader and worker in the school, a' .Iohn Marshall Bar Assotiation treasurer-elect *Feature editor, The Verdict *Co-editcr. [ai. Center News .Phi Delta Phi legal tratermitv As Chancellor of the Honor Court. Hen pledges the lollostig tar students: *Work for non-partisan judiciary elections *Open judiciary proceedings at the trial level *Protecl the identity ol students under investigation *Wurk to increase a. areness of the Honor Code and the tunetton of the Honor Court Finally. Florida Student Party's candidate for chiet justice of the Traffic Court. Bob Lindgren, is the only qualified candidate for the office Sob's record is based on years of work -not recent appointmen tS.Compare Bob's record. *Associate justice of the Traffic Court and deputy chief rustic. *Student senator .5G cabinet director eMemiber of Parking and Transportation Comnmittee *Environmental Action Group-director of transportation Compare his accomplishments: *Established and chains the Traffi Court of Appeals *Established the Cii, City-Tanglewood bus route initiated the partial closing of the inner campus to traffic *Increased parking on Sorority Row As Chief Justice, Bob knows how and where to go to: *Improve existing transportation aExpand parking facilities and emphasize student safety eModerate overselling of parking decals eWork to close the inner campus to automobilesflorid. Student Party asks that you compare the records of the candidates ifor the various offices. Note closely their records ot accomplishment and consider who will actually come through with their campaign promises. FSP doesn't offr a "pie-In-the-sky" platform but rather cue which is realistic. For, an unrealistic platform is action we don't nead. Alyce, Bubba. Greg. Ben. Bob and the rest of Florida Student Party need your vote and your support on April 16. Show Harris you care :DITOR: Ihis is directed twards the entire student dyot [IF 'at least to those I you that can read and are Irmight enough to conrehend). On Wednesday, April 9'. arsiall Harms as member of he Board of Regents) 'till be )f campus to talk to incrested students and faculty. Ibis tall be his tinat official sit to tIF since joining the egenis and all students will have the opportunity of ~alkmng to him face-to-face at Ii inm the J. Wayine Ret. Itimon Cafeteria, while faculty mnd 'tafl may nicet hiss at ?.mn in the uced floor ballroom. I tent to urge aMI students to show up at thsee meetings to danoasrat. a 'ho, of concern and Uruungih "n opjoiqg the tapccmuing tuiion hikes and major thud it BE PrETT sad If nnly a handful of sdnts ~howed up. We can eadiy get 5.0(fl students out cc the Iaswn bor a Herbie Mann concert, and another JAW it@ Siwi. br EnbfrlSnfl nMer *atch .30 or so people run around naked, but hoi. many of you ore mIlling totake a hail an hour out at your study-party time to make a stand for your own education? The members at the regents. the Florida Legislature, and Coy. Askew are a bit out of touch ith the reality that aces our institution, and need a little help in seeing the light. Their efforts at cutting the tat oil' are analagous to a brain surgeon using Paul Bunyan's ax, or a barber using a Iawn moser instead of clippers. Organizations like Students Against Cutbacks Ste gret, but think of the et~ct that SOS0 students (less than oneflth of the total enrollment) ctammed into the cafttena pencilting fund cuts and the like would hae upon those with the potr to change such atrocities. How many of you out there wouldn't just love the chance to ask: Why our fees till be going up; 'thy classes till be more crowded: 'thy our GMnM M*Cnat Edo tie gbr .5 -enr Tom Shrmdet tA v. wMW' library can't even buy books; bhy teachers are being cut: i.hy our labs are so lull: iwby students are taking courses in dorm basements; why the I mniersity's accreditation is in jeopardy. 'hy iwe nmust swelter during the hot weather trying to study; why '.e have a Student Infirmary built for 6.0 students attempting to serve a mere 28.0: and 'thy there is a good chance that students will be forced to attend school in the summer to "save money"? IF THE STUDENTS of this campus do not sho, up and make their move the,, given this ideal opportunity. then the problems and miseisbie conditions that till undoubtedly come in the tail are wcll deserved. If sme, as students. (supposedly the enlightened generatiOfl) cannot stand up for our own educating. instead ci dismissing it as inevitable like mindless sheep. then ho. can iwe possibly expect others to? Perhaps. in this case, the cuts umll be justified. Remember: Ibis is our educatiOn that is being slashed, and no one else's. Be there. Wednesday April 9 at 8p"m in th eteriacand""e manner. asking questions and letting a shot. of numbers 'speak loudest L-et's show the itate that "C. IHE sFUDE.NIS. iill not stand lor ii .in' niore. Mark %. Sutton AS Na 'Xatmr: if-we'd hsd Amsiaw aid, we WMMk be mus hnrvcr (tisi this ..r' The Independent Florida Alligator

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P.9.IC. lh. Independ.Me Rcddm AIIIto,.Wedn.Sy. MprdI9 Iqyi WH AT'1 HA PPEN~ INC By TOM VEENSTRA Alligator Staff Writer JAZZ BAND: The U F Jazz Band .,ll pertbrm Thursday at 22:30 p.m, at the J. Wayne Reinz Union Colannade as part of the "Celebration "program sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) and the Union. GATOR SKI CLUB: Ski freaks are invited tonight to the clUb's membership drive fbi the upcoming tournament. The club will meeting room 118 of the Union from 7 to 8:30. For more information coftic Steve Trmupe at 372-5235. UNION MOVIE: "Father Psochali" will be shown apart of "Celebration" by ODK and the Union tonight at 7:30 and 9 p.m. in the Union auditorium. DADMINTON CLUb: Interested students and faculty may join the badminton club at a meeting tonight from 7 to I I at the south and of Florid. Gym. For further information contact Dave Zarco at 392-7228. S.T.A.R.a Star Trek Association tbr Revival invites anyone interested in the group to attend its meetings Thursdays from S to7 p.m. at the Towers TV roOm. For more inhurmation call Mark Grover at 392-8784. GUEST SPEAKERS John P. SullIvan will speak on "Horace and Ptopertius: Another literary Feud" -s guns of the classics department Thursday at 8 p.m. woos 117 Uttle Halt. LECTURE AND DISCUSSION: "Judaism and Sex" will be the topic of discussion at the Hillel Foundation. 16 NW 15th St. tonight at 8. TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION. A lecture sponsored by the international Meditation Society on the effects of trapscendental meditation is open to the public at 8 tonight in McCarty Auditorium. For more mntrmation contact Barbi Bordeaux at 4952654. MOVIE, "Aren't We Wonderftl?" -a Germun film with English subtitles -will be shown Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in roonh IOB of the Architecture and Fine Arts complex as part of the German language tirm series. ILOODMOBILE, The Civitan Regional Blood Center mobile will be taking donations and offering free blood typing Thursday at the Plaza of the Americas from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For further information call Chris Fey at 377-6906. Pt SIGMA ALPHA, The National Political Science Honor Society will recruit new members at its Thursday meeting at 3:30 p.m. in room 102 Peabody Hall. SLACK STUDENTS, PIograms and activities meetings for Black Student Assembly will be tonight at 7 p.m. at Bryan Hall. For mere information contact Dean Joyce Taylor at 392-1261. LAMBDA GAMIMA PHI: UF Chapter of the pre-veterinary club will meet tonight at 7 in room 211 of the Mechanical Engineering Building. For further information call 372%631 or 377.2395. JUDO CaUn The Judo club is looking for new members for spring quarter. Meetings are open to spectators each Tuesday and Thursday from 7ito 9 p.m. at the south end .1 Florida Gym. PNI CIII. National Psychology Honor Society will meet tonight at & in rom 151 of the Psychology Building. New members are welcome. COUCLE Ki Circle K will meet Thursday at 6 p.m. in roan S5OC of the Unlee. Fot moe isbmrmatlon cnfl the Circle K office. 392-167t. AUDITIONS: Tryouts for the BhowardRawlings Dry Cellar will be Thursday at S p.m. in the Rawlings lobby. For more mnformation call 392-9202. COMnATe The UF Simulated Combat Cat will meet tonight at 7 in room 347 of the Union. Anyone interested ii welcome. For more information call 378-3434. STUDENT SUPPER. Food for UF's famished students will be given out at the University United Methodist Church. 1320 W. University Avenue, at 6 tonight. Donation is SI. 11 PROGRAMS IN SAMSON R ECR UITM ENT IT'S NO TOOLAT SIGN UP & VOUNEE CALL OH COME BY THE SAMSOM OFFICE 392160 AS As tie hcdy becomeM more Ou n I asendela MCdlIato oxygen mntskc Odl~dlifrl d IOl~Oi Of eln jieer thain siile Alter hA retuI.o,, In 15 QLicker 'indqdIiiO flt)( od rordnamon r dar l ht y In 'nteaedeq~."n V tAUuIn Sy ASSHe Ms$4s YOGI lipdewep egned Pro'"l* m'"lu"g U' Tranmcendenia Mediaor, twice dad~v v~Ovidet he oundalon ior more eflefoeltc successua li dynamic action from deep rest Mlu L E TO$IGII Wed. Ap.11 9 S p.m. McCadly AudleuIum Everyone Welcome INYUMAIO,,,BA1OH .kxll.iI.N.a 3 THIS IS A Do not, Irq donor dthead on the bottom of page 151 LET'S SE REALISTIC ~d Pal Mv 'o'Ic' by k .ia=uM ?fAS.,U AS. .8 ORDER. I.

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lhb. r ** ********* ***** *** ** Ceebsa sponsored by Rbitz Union led ., April 9 Aprill7-12 00K and the LUNCH Noon Movie, 7:00; iurs., April .April 1, AprIl 10 1I 12 J. Wayne BOX THEAtER "Pethier Pancholi 1:30 UNIVERSIrY BAND 12:30 p.m. JAZZ DEBATE TEAM EXHIBITlON Noon RENAISSANCE ENSEMBLE 8:15 p.m. TAlENT SHOW 9:30 pm ART EXHIBITION A SALE 10:00 o.m. -6:00 p.m. **** ** *** ***** ** **** *** ** AR SUCH 00ROOM WjNC4ICN SPECIAL 101UPAND SALAD BAR AcM.d 9 A INDIAN DANCE HIUIIMAN Spon.d by he., Woyne.Rob:sUnion, Asian Studi. Dnnnrment, Public Functions and the Arn, and Sciences student Council An Indian dance performance featuring three traditional cultural dances will be presented In the i. Woyne Reifz Union Balroom, otB6:l5p.m. on April 18. Aniali, the performer will b. giving her first per.lormance 'n the Southeastern United States.lIIA N DINNER In coordination with th. dance performance, the J. Wayne Reift Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian cuismne. The dinner will precede the performance ond will give people an opportunity to become acquainted with food and music of India. Amnission is free, however those attending the Indian dinner will get reserved seating. Reserved sets for the dance performance will be made available to thos, attending the dinner. Tickets ore $4.00 for U of F students, $5.50 for nonstudents. Beginning AprI 7, tIckets will be on sole at the 4.3p Bm. Mencthrough Fri. No tickets wilbe available at the door. Phone 392-1653 for reaervotions. PATH PANCHALI *1.50 This is the first part of Satyojil Ray's chronicle of a Bengali family and the bay Apu. The story deals mainly with Apt's father and his struggle to support his family in their ancestral village. largely The performances from non-professional cast the are outstanding. Especially notable is the acting of Chunibala Devi as the aging aunt. In Bengali with English sub-titles. WED., APRIL 2ND FLOOR d o0d Sn On WISa event In Texas In 199 thIs is helrve-oacoery af a young mother who helps ler husbmnd ascape frail pr1g so they may Uscue thr bab fram I~inv ury adoption. The 'flsscounhy prmuP im e fugitive couple and heir hiladsed Tena State poeice car make for 0 high a mImue. Securing Gold.e Mown and Sen olinson. TH URS. APRIL 10-7:00: 9:30 FRI.ASAT.APRIL 11812-5:00: 9-7:O; AUO. 9:30 kin c.rsM c., jUnd Crdy 520Lg 'tder' Ma ofl ,ii 4Jn s c .O Suefi -'AA. Nov 2 7*9 Up in -'-C"-5~ew n Ar.I I JuneN iNSTRUCTS side rlen JscamucIw In -r :0I u~At IS .' 72" 3Op' NON CR EDIT COURSES Regiroion lor oil work*hop and lesonswil o1k. plac, in Room 33Dfrmm9:Oo.mto4O0pn.Masch3I SoughApril II Student.' loculty ond ulafl n.mbern and theIr spomn. will hove pdioriy For l.on .nmllma.9 from Madch 1 Ihrough Apr1 4. aly ofnrrthisfirn. will regiflhlmon b.open to olhw perto. De. ho price and regIstrllon dlffemoIsois, it will 6. necesfory that each penon comn. to rmgisne with appwopiat. idmfllfIcoaton. Enrollment for indivdual clan.s is llnliwd and, thiwdo., -n a first-corn., I irst-served boat. Pernoo. may only itgla.e for becoose reglmflhlon for all wod4shops and i.ons I. llitad, we mejet coneld.r yoor decision to enhujI final by 4:00 p.m. the wodng day precedng th. fikt .chedohed ci.s. Refund. will only be mad. under tee circumancas 7*5 'rOp m 7otvoul 5ONo Su4.n$ ISt~Nsbdn Thgvt 4.1, 'May 29 iN Sit U C 0--k-iSi~inSd.nn 5IS00Nocttu~n a.ocov S wet 4.4' ibMoy i 59* pm -mu'-4 C~*~ Si~wIudsa titaN.,, lM.n 759-Up$15 o, Sd.ni, Te A. I.M.2, '.59 U, et -Cs-a "''-(fldr.I.ln wed e11 toeMy 2 7 **Sp -.iI~eUucf -McnSCS.a i S's NeoneSau 5I5Non S'udn .41 C-.' luEn AnS 2 5 Up '"Nsit51 CNof-SdmI. 7 20*3|'"t, Wed 41 | 4Ml $ImtStd.n 'i,v. .,1.My2 ICsitudoni $15OOde. eJdh.n YOGA I Tue AFIi iS-May 27 tO ace 2 no-i I,4smucn *4* ft*flhl*** sic Mud.nl. StS~00Nce Shd.n,. a ~\p IsYolirs 4 A CAREER FAIR FOR WOMEN April 1&,1975 J.W oyne Reltz Union Sponsored by the Division of Students Affairs. Homemade Soup Make Your Own Fresh Green Salad Chokce .4 Dremlings Condiments Fresh Sliced Brood Coffee or too Served Monday through Friday 11: 30 to 1 -'"-m SUGARL AND EXPRESSE

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Pag. 12.1%.e Mdng.psW IbegM.i AlIfg.er We.dsy.g ,. 3975 C ( IassUseds A tL8 llS7,j. Au. SSIFIE FOR SALE~S. ih. '75 super b,,k., 0$ Sup.' Bik., inc 0975 .Iect,'c honr MO0 N''oron 52795., 975 GTH-tO DucoF $2550, 5975 Meae _.Ouar, 8504 52675 Now 1974 850 Noton $2405. Used 197l 750 *yomoho SI1 l l973 7 0 Narncn need. work $900 *4u1 pirt. ond ieryic. for oliot oal motorcycles Surer Bikes, Inc 34th 5 W Arher Rd 37760 (o~t06-c) Stood new I-1I Endu'o or Ntk Kowosoki $550 Stereo Goarrord turnioble rec.,v speahtats + n.e $190 coil 378SUA4 0a St )06-p) murauoerm irlallsflH* 1:15 t:1C ALL NEW ThE FOUR hMUSKETEEI S JECHNICOLO'0 -PRINTS BY DELUXE C NW IM STUN svsI.d2:O 4:dO 6:00 7:48 9:3rn 23rd SOUkEVAUD I Xanvrkehu .e S .,s. ,. a e suICaoEAND CRISISInTEIION 371 4 SERViCE N h. FOE SALE beautiful mopk* lovboy draw., dtest and mirror Iee It I )7 nw 6 p1 or roil 373-3616 also oaboge .oI., so.m, od d,.n., cornping uiwp, odds and ends gora ,a,tn n clasica~tl guita, with hnrdsh.Jl case must .crific* $325 ls it ot 2715 nt. ih ploce rrorig only 0o 5, 06 p) for %Or. flula caSifle player wili' speoker, arnd two lOpel wrecked cr before could ristoll $65 or bess ofl., 373 2684 .cofl onre, la 5 1IO-p) Weddyg Bonds, & Eigogemeni Rings who wvnt ik. best Originiol work by SouIh S [coding Artsts Most. Gold Smih ovnd (opidust Linconditionol meat sow bond sow lype and nuect ground asking fo. U500 jo' both call 392-6702 framfl pm ao ipo or 075-SI2 oft., to o nd out for dove c-IM1-1coil .n 'he afternoon sk for oulondo I', yr old roncret. 3 be bath house noarbns sve and,.ef. on .ar hot 23 60 392-06458-S 376-C55S after 6 a-Si 406-p) *or jole ,woreOelneor specerslow boy rodel 6 nos ohd lyve. toy 'peak. Iyle cil37.,)4ottr ,rn. e000 0-54 l06-p) 2Ooor 2,n ended range speakers in nire big herd roade robmnets w louvered grilt lack and ,ound great $Im col 373 Zfl3 a-Sf-IWp) miles, asking $650 or best oth, Call 3)S-0370 oft 5 3 0 laI0-1p) *.nder mustong *hectric *kine A hordthelh cose esceileni codilion call 373 7954 (0 51-lOS-p) Marps IS 'peed racer 24" oll olloy co.py deroil very light musS sell morning. and eves 373907 $165 (a.)-10p) GO SOUNO All plan.r equip weaker. 60 wat penk ech lfril pJ-4l bolt drive ii l314 amplifier call 37S0850 nfl., 5 m (oS-I-1p) beoutifuh nrople lowboy drawer chat mirror 14)7 nw 6 p1 D7S-36)6 also gorogctol. this 4,,. -o. S sun, some oddess
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ln''"''.,'"'4'A'"g' W'nad"--'-I 1-9----''75 P.-I jKE'S hoI0 -P.pS TobacCO shop e~ n~wf ALE IrCMMATE ME Di C to ihor tour?. itc 183 o month !,nhnshd 1 3764O99 lb St 106p OWN ROOM in korise $60per noi tome by 4546 row 3 ii med bydVL will hove 4 lb St 106, p. own room $6 li wiik or pooh hound dahb woth.r crions shopping n+ an'yt'n lb Si Fo enrteaio' I &dM'n apt w't h '' pir'io 'a Po 6,B s'one lot $138 mao p ''' ,139 >r 376 672C Si11Crf' 4 Ic,' ,u',e 'noom r $' riJ ri i'ie s ity h r !yo 6721 h St 110 MC~ith Mg V I" $4(10Phone 378 4 'oq''eho''e lIiDron irnch I me i' br l776759 .b 311l pi' u(\'MAl( A' TF Shre 2 bed opt rn o j ho75 $V uo. utl't'e, s. 2nd ge-'h %t jir ler'y otter 5p, 377 OmipI! See lTqerl Hoil Ironm your en' Is oo'rt hCto atoe turnishad b ro n opts oil pam oie 7pmt 652io er ib edrr*'i tprivote ba equiped 4osbel dryer sic Aprlni Free 172 50 month + I S atl' M, 3" 8414 lb-S.hOP1 r Or r0' os 675 .-li ive Ph4 NW th ove 378.4869 air conditioned lb St InsclC ( rLVIT 3 Acedeumy Awed NouIncIdon. C ELLEN BURfSTYN KRIS KRIS1OFFERSON a:is 3:30 74 E pT CLASSI FlEDS FOR SALE FO ETFRRN 47 t 12 MH o h, t1 t I"rk niar eat I,,n 'shed a, e turnikhed air ondrt~oned mrobi. m chn a, go A d *r r f lr -o.,'t m I37 ln 9p i ', oarsl 1165 hor.,. ac ross ram rumpus $140 per very ood n nd,,,or. A 350 or nei 5o1 t is 1i 1 ii 1 eos097 0 ,r 3 10 by owner Coil oh,'r 5PM ni l -~05 A '' ~l c, oomt eddi~~d$0n Monday to Friday in St 113,,nrt eddt ht deo om ot eddm e 0 n FOR RENT bitp 9"53 k4lOahioue lokrncorrpu,''ood Tworomomcate ttioP needed trorn pcos2 dal hn Teqry l 97 b lO11-p) Tw om.uh wordIAoNTEDrdw,. p io rn (n u a r e yard7 6 a b i -r ~ 'er 'rtst~dn ',3750 t ~ THESE MCAE % TV ChanflCI A wertner ct,,rnel, U Ph News, New york Stock E chorge,.1FM satl~op.on TV C It.nel, dCFM Wnd AM ,t.*lont Orn te FMfai mnN.MJN ST. 4:0 6:00 ('p Nouyn~d for 1I Academy Aw.MrdI -yar S Mt mu annum liatchers Jewelers ii LW. A. nS4m !SSH INRY U KARATE SEMINAR AprIl 12r,197s 7tg9 pgm Under12: $.o 3:30 7:00 9:30 one remol. wonted to share 3 bdr op o>ne hundred a mion* matter bedroom, 'oy ,larer deitro oh 377 0 0 Ic S. Femhe Roomma,. Wonted Stort'ng Moy Ie l.hge Park Apts 1001 SW 161i A-. Apt 19 Coll 372004, IC 54 l00pl Qocmmate spe'ng quarter 2bdr air, p0 ,et( (10,. In tarnpul the lard '"ark '$5000 itiIiei) coil 377 I 239 ask to, Bob Sill or Steve Ic 5' IM Oh ol rommtenede a to n. reIo '40 bedroom opt Quiet area $90 per *''onth electric bil Vii0 se&Ibit or (Oll 375 B388 doug Ic 3 l-p) semoke roommote wonied April rent tre 6750 utl te, hare fun porties 3_78 1903 of,,r 6 (c-St 10 p) Wanted Someon, to shore 12s52, bedroom mobl, horm. Arredondo V' 1100. POol lennis courtS 565 + 'b I t.,e Call Sill 373 7455 (C SlO-p) Need I roommiote own rn in 2 br townhouse diihwijhe.shag carp.95 'nonrhlyj + utilities, ArIIrent Evecoil 373-4537 keep trying Ic-St 1lO-p) GlWI.DA ii R Top prie. pad o cla OZZIE 373 3894 (C 4r1$ Need I roommrate owni room in b tawnhouis. deihwomh., shag carpet $9S mo,hIly 4 '4 jtilihie, April ren, he. call 373 4537 keep trying (cSi 106-p) two mole ronmoes n.d fo 4 hr p4$80 m '. utla i~ ne + 52 ao move in now coIl 373 4045 (c-Si Need someone who ii oood 01 hotisici and research $20 Hr ccjt ren. alter 5pm 372 9177 No IS (C. 5e 9p) mroe roormato wonited 67 95+ t' uhtihies bronldwine apis K 95 2811 sw archer ;d anytime after 2 30 arnd weekends (C 2, lonsico gustar conied nylon strings coil 43 5717 (c 3 lrp) TEACHERS WANTED Entire West Midwest ""nd South Southwes soack.,. Agency, I 3C3 Control Ave NE Albuquerque, NM 87106 Bonded 'icned and Mnnmher NAFA Our 28$, yeor "r{ 3t I1 lp!

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No. 1. ""h I ""'""de N.Afg.W6~.41.f C 376-4446ds 7 v.A ssI IE ~FO1SALE See ph. '75 super bikes at Super Bikes. inc 1975 oiectric stars 850 Noerton 52795 1975 GTH.4O Oucoli 52550, 975 MotoGOus 8301 2675 New 1Q74 850 Norton $2495, Used 1973 750 Yamaha $Si0t 1973 750 Norton need. work S9OW plus ports and .rvyce for almost oIl Motorcycles Sup.r Bike., Inc 344) W Arhr Rd 377-6901 (o 5g 06-c ) Brand new I 1I Endur or 0. &V(owomok'i 1350 Sterno Gorrard trnt&bL. receive workers top. 1190 colt 3fl.5814 a0 St 1la-p) (iMCEtIXiM S .I 1 WI.Ufl U 1:15 9:10 ALL NEW ThE OURU )MUSKEERS TiCHNICOLOR'* -PRINTS BY 0[ LVKP* 0 N.W 136, SmUT end 23rd SOULEVAID 2:10 4:10 6:00 7:45 t I Xwuu neVer the this S ~1CORi SALE teaouful mapl. Iovboy drower ci,.,, and mrynro, 'ee g 14 t7 nw 6 p or coil 37313616 also goroge tale, tome address, comping .quip. odd and ends for ,oJ. rnorlen n 10 classical guildr with hordsl,.ll case mnull tocrif,. 5323 ae It at 2715 flw dli, plot. mOrflmgp Only Ia St 106 p) *o, sol. auto cassette ploy.' with speaker. and tvo tos wrecked cer bela. (ould *nstal,. $65 or best offer, 373 2*14 ncolt garmer (0 St 10-p) Wedding Bond., 8 ingoaveet Ring. who wont the best Oigmol work by South's Leodrng Artis. Moss., Gold Smadh and Lopidis' unconditionol Cuoron'--OZZ"I y op'nn-t-onl 373394 10 4t-106-p} m'ree sow band sow typ, and me., ground oskog, for $SWCO bor both coil 392l702 fromnepm ye 4pm 0,045-1512 oft., 6 pm ondoisk fo, dave (00r-lWroll in tH afternoon -s for oulondo 377-8795 (0 51 106-p) 1 yr old cant,.,. 3 b i 4 botl, house ,n Foirbonks w stove ornd ref, on acre lot 23,600 392-0545 8-5 374-558 cfte. 6 I a St-IO6-p) a.rtal, two rectihneer eaketslow boy Model 6 mos old tivee way 5p.0k.r wysterm coil 377-V7I4 oft. topm 6Wm io-59 lO6-p) 2 Quom 12'. extended ronge wpeak. in mic. big hond-nmod. cobmrn Louvered gr.l look ovnd 'ounid grotl IIm coll 373 20fl (a-5--p%) Cuslonm Honoc 350 IHog -ea end, 8' over with dual lights. z-.o, 1Sm miles. asking 5650 or het offer, Call 378-0370 oft 5 m (o-f-1-*) tender mrustorig *lectnlt utt.ar I hordsheI rose .ucelleag ctrodtion cell 373-7954 10 -l ) Mans IS 'peed 'acer 24' oil alloy compy derail very light must sedl morning. rd GO SOUND All pionflr equip 1peek.', 60 wvons pea& ech ulua. pl *l belt drive ix I94 ompllfie. toll bootiu mpie lowboy towe. ch.t nirror 1417 nw 6 p1 P73-3616 also gorogesol. thi. Fri -a. 8 sun, wine ndrn ronpi stuff lomps books Ins. l07-p) Fokr tal ea2 ick pnc.y. teno sn' recordw-oporox 25to. $IW 9-0 peon living roarm 8 bajy window muss see to oppreciore beautiful panelling 8 shag carpet 372-4237 (o-7-106-p) Ivc glerso system with .peakem. new kak 35rnn comero, yashico 35Mm with flash *.oerbed w't, lton. liner toll and mnak. offer 3S2-flee (o-S-0Bp1 8055 guitar Guild siarfIr. wflh one pickup Cherry red with hardshll cmse very good condition 1150 ccli 373-56W (0-3) la-p) Ic. sole schwvnn varsity 22' boys 10 .c.d with generobor llght and book rock good condition coil P73-S2l' V75 tO-3s 1O-p) Peovny PA lynn' 40Oseiesutedor bes offer colt 37-2049 or 378-6663 10-4l09p) Peri ft 2 35 flm comnera eucallent condition 5W or bass elf.r call 37)846 or 373-97lC after 5-un toS.'.110 nmhni old kelty bockeeck ihe biet in stock woAn M5C ard -a -e readied -r 7s-9m mAs ftr Jehn or Tom (a-2)1980.yobile hye 12.51 .i. central he. wall te well ImrpS &.nmine d*ytr 2 bedeoms .cellpn condition 84S coil 3fl-09 (@-7t.IW0.p) crthelecte + ient. dmsignersdey4 in. .dissaebl g deel a' s c $4 il -a 392W0 eflflingl I -4-10) 1.r sal.-WSi the. von. eacellee, r unning csidl.cn, lIke vie te. r aenomac tnt., US.0Cell twgy S 372-2c (a-)g-S) fel sole *eig.e. 51*3 pede condnen si e. des., roes, cill YAMAlfl7cc *tpb&. .a nleei tend, lesis Ah gaerbe& Cal I 'em ellr. bS.-8CI 1.-St) 'fee rns -S pce4 rylnsbe hat. cne +ec.S.ese Sfl.S09 0181'PNY.SIIhD Like view oer's bike Puere condal.2; bach reek Nd5 -bet ovfer Call 372-MW0 Mi. 60 W a-a-. SUICIDE AND CRISIS INTERVENTIONritA SA SERViCEUI f l S Sop 2 FREE Fri.,April 11 Sat.AprI 1 Sti at x ROTC DRILL FIELD C CONCERTS C8:0pm FrlCee e 800pm River Rounders I.

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The "~~9*fl4tfl'P.crid. Milgar We4n.d.v Andit ItlS.in ~ MIKE'S -Pipes Tobacco Shop DownbWt~.F&. jilt -LEWIS ClASS RINGS WATCH REPMS aW lnnhve.ir r4 Hiatcher's W.A. Ni.4 19 CCII J77 54O62d oll !e'y at in29281 come by 4546 nw IJ sI Ped h,'a iro w'ill love 'I rb t 16 ph own roomn$611 ,'th ec pool 'ound d'iKh wink,. across .hopjr.ng (cai be,' it, Hawaian v llngo 3461 sw 2 av No 250 ur coil 370 200 Mole lb St 107 p1 Femol. roommrole wanted Sharp 2 bedroOmT lrcler wt 'Iemote & 4 nrr rld child Located Il mi dest of C, p'1e $55 no d~os~ oi a72070altrn S ~ des,,. to sublet 1bi opi .n hnwr,,,on vilioge $105 furnished rmnmed'otehy roil 373-79A lb Si C p) onco. two femolci needed to shore 2 bedroom' townhouse 50 month .4 2 cgt pool, oc 2 greol room, es Come by Foodjiork No 9Qcr coll 373 9397 'b Need femod. ro0mw., to dhare 2 br 2haqH furn apr Country Gorder's close to m e d c e n ., 5 9 0 m o ; r t l e o w n r o o t I cr2 gilsto hate french qi 2 bedrrm for summer $295 Stummner clal ipi 2 or 3 woys-checp-378 712S por.p b 21109 Audocs hr DyCellar IAm.o i.M .de $ f.,o a.d kbEAIJNO h~b~qd S~tp. The CM, fonjiy evil. you to enloy outh.,tc ChIne., food asoesonobie price. Open for lunch Monday thr Frvdy, I to 2 dinner Mondoy I,.,. thursday S 30 to 9 En p nr Frijoy nd Soiwrdoy, S V' to tO0 En p LUNCHSPECAL $1 25 emma 1720 W. University Ave. t I A 377-4655 C00MING SOO DDK TALENT SHOW 910P.M. FRI-APRIL 11th A T THE R A T FEATURING COMEDY-SKIT.-UIuGhNG-ANfTHING PSIZES AWARDED JOE -376-7018, RICK -NS-82l RICK -373-k824 NGEH DFTHE N LIV' 6 DEAD FRE E LAST DAY AT THE RAT "o 'o~e I bath screened FO'' K ''dry 240 r,',Thte 5fNE I irK Ic'ir 72 34&) PR 743 97 5 3 lbA 'Qe opt ,o 2 5 ni! horm camps air od,' ,, I ,,i'hi. rphon, lner's ro'd ,m $150 mro,,t, 1708 S W 43 cave 76 4396 392 1540 b St Ia' p) 2 Or' 'rn '~ pt nr u'IN ect'o ~ tet tWO per month coi1 377 WO&)M FCR 9E NT hous ,n roston lorrge tcnred bar yard pels welcom, -all qar y oiler Apmr 377 5325(, St 06 p1 WE rAN HELP VOUd FIND A HOME 09 APARTMENT Joel Brrdges, Realtor 404 $ W 411, oven',, 377 67rn B8 ST C04 I JOERAI ( I ear' F Omaile Ho shore roarr, '0 Qscayl] 553 75 $25 depo'.t Call 178 3157 l b St 107 p1 'ero naommre Ho ,Mre IFb opt oc carpet, ng dislwasher other Citros 'rn'm'd'ateoaoblty $9Ornrtoutl Loll en 373 7026 lb 4t-ll8 pf 01wr 8R -n Townihouse Subiows to n m'ed Prorated raol for Apri rhru -'''d )'fne Pr1 *iir SI Ir co All ulil nni' Nra. ramilus 37 915 C'O" OC'***0rn 04 bdoom'iow""ho"''one l'o tn'm LOmpofl alor tN pool, at ms 00 mors 3/2 1360 lb31 108 p) 1 ni 2 tern' namrraes wanted lor summer ar r,mr' hous. $48 for 2 $96 0,r I person dio .I now nvo'd Inter comn pbcallons apt d1 or coll 373 S3OS 6b5S' 107 p I re ,'bler ro ion t5 walk to carmpus Her'ea nter nOl ,r pool $128 mo c it rst unpis 1524r 4* ah e No 3 ni re in rrm ?)C''b lriime lb St For ser. sorP,'o Njrr apt w~iih on p'etr'+ot 'itr a lBerI oc $t38rro a opc 013 7139 or 366720 -Pc splI,. fe piole rooro1 unrien~'0215 P70 t 'Jll'lnls coi .ih al,wrn it
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w-0. Otflere,ol.re r.Uimre 'he erny way' OS0 Hi is IEffI Ooen 7 ban t 7WM 404 SW M*Ave 3',aS a.Mn --: *flin * mam Cusaimta; -sh C C .a mom. C C C as C.nes~scm P.lAn. lndo.de"'"R'tid^"'".Wt W"""S '"'''"I 17 CLASSIFIED WANTED lernole ,ocmmose wanted a.r I bdrm nptino Colonral Moa.o I block hrnm campus $6 p. no + S tl aoseloble now 077 5763 nan-semok. prefnrd (c5* lO-p) l ot 2 roomnae. needed for Summer 2 bin, French cOtater -pr $S mp Colt flOW 3fl-72790,r com'. by 0*4114 rC-)r Femol. roonmose own roc" in bright aiy p ~a. o campu No laeor wonled eqpernced photo-bug to film, our outdoor wedding 'un. 4 will pay $25 4 fim roll 372-7506 nit., SO *5 can te. morn. of your work (c-)1l-p) female rocrmmnte needed now 05 ionrnak o 9 $47W .$25 depouit corn, by oft., 4W0 or call office for information (c Si t 1O-p roommate needed mature roommate wontedt.-,a r -sat.i.cayo own room call 377-a294 ci 378-2651 if no answer (cS II1O-p) Earn $3 W0tropprox I tour Volunteers mole and fenmoleC needed for study o1 interpersoniol accuracy Call 392-ICN0 between 7 m.0m Apri 7 Ihrout to, for oppoimrnt Ie a 1la-p) Part timc morning newt routes muM hay, rot,. post cash bond for info cell Flo Times Union 372-4451 (.-3)-IWord mriried coupl. ao d main-. rentnce work in changege for artment Colt 376-9tS 91.o5 (e-fr-109-c) waived ihr. students to sha. 1hr. c "ne going railom""."e"wolk coi "1-sa9to-5 'el l-c --. FRE ELECTRONIC ENGINE I ANALYSIS WiTHEACH TUNE-UP a iL --wiiNM.mat seam m -----I uNIVERSITY CITY TR AVEL AMTU AK-PL ANE.SDIP T f2S W. Univarty Ae. HEALTh FOODS Naverl Vitamins, Minoris limbs, CsIky Products bt, Cosntcs 7 Wd Uniteedly AM &etr i r caneG~, Ns ft. a -mm$ o-w in Ganesyile go u~~ctco 6Peta-a M EAL MEXICAN FOODO Vilage Square 2409 SW i3tth Stb 377-5151 A UTOS clonic lf99Ausihn'. le -06. wish overdrive, good maobar ond running gear Socrifice at I'mK1 Call harry 58430O. Perry Mt afer 6W@ (g.Si-W) 73 gremlin for sal. *ucehletnt conditin 511wi cwfl or otaume poymavnls 570 rnocttly with equily lecvmn foe *u. caM emrg 53-4219 (g-S-M-p) for sal. 1974 honda cb 125 good conSt I0Bp) $fl. bets oiler, or will trod. Foe mno'mcycl, of similar value call 37706S2or nw 72 Opt 21 (gse lp) '2 vega tasonwagon new battey, codlonncyndeonhed, 30, 4-,mpg roll evenig 313-2W0 g -10-p) 1970 TOyOtO mnork II. 0-c, am1,., bodh e~g 60. ,richad. before 4 X invellir 0 I port classic AL*N V ROAOSTERI owner, outsorwding look. 4 performance $1,250 consider cycl. a 0% 3fl37 p-3 fNp) 1970 VW for sole Puns well, body and meri", in gao.J condition A good lor only $7W, regociobl. roll 372-5 ig St llO-p) 70 Plymouth Sorrocudo 3 wpeed 318 cu 66 Mercury, 429 Cu in_ Good Iron toflS 'n Ia Cal 37-2of'. 6' lo-I l0-p> PERSONAL Vitamins Dl.,.tc.,h.r.l I 1I0iabs $13 W Rosehipe C lmn~isi 1W'0 to.$350 Gmn.ds,.owder 25 .rlb dellvsred lo you 10 day. AdrIenne call As.i.n.se troinig group fat .ma women NeedMN MetsWedrnesdoys 3"mFr'oeif c"''" il' by -Ce IUniv CounselingCenter 392-1575 -1Weddingli nvditons frm III C per 1W Iwo weeks delivery Nwd.d of sl. Cliff Hall Priting. IIN3 N Main Bookpock., vvhne stag ipaedo bathing suis hikingshorts. rugby shint Allen' Aquolic ond 'roil Center 34 West Un"vesity Ave 373.9233 (J-PR-10-C) Gaoy Community Service Center Gay em ond women mest each Thins evnig t7pm at07N 5th a. cal F) lELPI Ar. you o Veinom Vet? I'd lik. to nerview YOU Coil Keith 37l-9044 (IOver 1W Cotrpaoi. now hiring cdlege grads Sand 12 0 and stamped return envelope to J100 MAXeEI, Bon 3 1:2. Ltlle River, Miu Florida 3313N 115' I 06p 'ew Lae ne ls st-rt-n tu p~ 8 ,mol&, female, 1or more if ond place, call ken 37S-O90 (--l-1p) KARATE ExlBtTaJN Sot April 12,19757 to 9pm Gcineiville High School Gyni NW l3th 51 Adult.S 2 Wcld $1 W0 KARATE UNIFORMS Quality, bleached Small Cl0,,., $25pr uon 1215 NW 5th Ave oaFf l)1 5.1 Moo $ru $at even. 71o9 378-7131 (_ l.o-I l PERSONA L AVE FLMI *AM(1 ANIMffO0 ThULS wr*h sups -rnom, Camera, Einy in. S'rUC4.OCI *t Swank. *47 W*111b6r. Woshingo., CO, Ohio 43IC l5-p) COfDs facial hair removed petnonenily Coil Edmjund Owtye' .IcnolcgiSt ovnr 20 year, expwrienae Call V721S (Fr-I0-c) i'll bet you hov.,t ventured over to b s. l h only real col. heot ioie eil. Can, Over 0Our livn rooem 2fl NW 6th $1 --t-) Ate we soy "U r0 A premouioJ fainin grotip for couples A vaeproion group for couplns panning to be mnorried olt.,.d by Univ Co.,., 5 Ma 27Call342575 Group 144e vole for iI,. ndepend.,,t candidate gus h. Icr iniacoll.g.of on .4 semnceS (I-nto.p) IC Wnekt cf golf Iesson., 9 hal. ench, wee& by Yen, Chellenmi for SZ Wed poricionnmow call ion,373-272) ( vicky lue I miss you in awlhil. It will be ime ndyou when you hook to ae who's the., It will be you. '.ddy bear love nd kiss.s hvr gli I lop) ANNUAM REUNIC*N dinner invitation open to h, following "hacts" I, ih, 'I. hot, bgs, ndg Ihi,, frIday Sprni hunme lobby 392-4646 ftIl-I1-) Sun April 13. 79 pm SI? SW 105Si Pene RsVP 372-499 VIM4SS -r 313739 I-) l O-p) "Ltt -an glory in hi. tfl I, i es hi, caunry, let him rth. glory ihis, rhot he loves mo.nklnda' LO3T&FPOUND lost sr-SOcakculoqor in union iv ,oc. an march,, will offer rewad for reiurn Ion 3723402 (14-3,snc) tow calico cat (whe-ed-bk) AV "ectio A^iw." to "lek" *.'.d coil 376.47U (I.-tIW,-o *ilteq, l.S3-2 at 0h univ.bhock+ white w bdock note + chin, Elsa cell, answers to "kifin.". reword 7$2746. If you'we grown oy.v her, lot call + lay Mon's clots ring found in -SCtiOfl aronah-nHigh School coil 316-Aflq'' identify (l-t107p) reward of,,,ed ,os, wilon tr.,, tennis raquetin ranta ofnnings darn roll 3929479 (l-2f-)09-p) loll block-fenmale-shorl-hoir-dog-ohout2!.,,r no-logs-choher-373-0O77 125 seword (1-5' IO-p) tot. ted coin purse w-id', a car quirt. plwsge call Susan gregory VS5126 (1-2,-I lO-p) LOST black lab puppy working white colla' v*o"de'.d from hog,. Q.&rd l91 dW2nyenue41-IlO1., SERVICES tracens bedh weekend -May 2-i fxslor. self ond personal .fiergy Marathon group In getol and bioeoergelics Boson tlerwIt -limited Ia 12 -70 coal S7-7W6 (rn-0s 1a-p) Learn how to sew and make your own cloth., will teach you in my hom. CoMl 723563 Peosora~obl. os inpportbosl r.ume, and opplcfn.m natural sytle po'trlts wo7n'9 cosrebo work tudia 1219 W Univ Ave (en flEurope lsroel AFrica Asia travel dincounts ywa round Studenis air ravel Ac SmfiravlucW# g-.3 fl(f) Scuba cissnes glinlg apri 28 -all eqiiipmrn* provided -seles, SIrVIC. rIpI, retils, -i Tom Alle', (ce-hoet wildNldononI All---Audc Troll Cesr 3NC Wets Universlwy An,. 3f."f (M"*'"3.C SERVICES mIlG WITIG Thess. s me lotions, Term Papers. .sperianted typist mc is, enghithihr 6,,elctriC phor' jfl--Md lm.2Z-107-p) Ride o horn. as TALL 0*A5S tAiLE $3 00 on hot. niles oh irolslino boarding 493 GAE flIPA*ATOJN COURsE neat UP F8 mroney back Call (0) 134.7466 (3-F99-) &SAT PWEARATO4M COUMM nsar U F 20 hours, $fl. HolS .4 -u tudene scored over 0W Conrs repeaab r. 7fl in'provement by tie macand fry er your money bock flend firsl clue. free, no obaerenCoil is) 154446. ti-S 99-?) (M.50-fl-CI BY AIDWN ANY PHYSICAL AND NENTAL ABI I IY-.sTUOVING-tEMc*Y-ATIfTICS Leo.m, elf-hyrncss 373-3039 onald G PrCeijfed AAEI a _n''Sl HOSES OARCEO il 1o nre towsh 6 iron UF oil facikiti. 'Ott of riding moonm. Stalls 575 Paso.r. $25 376-4719 lean kwrenmw dio.uorimg toe aparl 9, mole' female, Ior more info and place call ken 3S-90 (n-klM-) ON DIV TONlUGAS offr Spxlng qu n a S Fn Rfive d s canhp g 0* sortoton wil b. provided from Key Weet All scuba equlpmnt provided, Cerlified dlvern only Pike IllS call SCUBA DYNAIC$ for futhtlw aformion 3fl5009 (M-l-4-) pholog'o#Ss outdoor porfrois forty occasion also cute candid photograph, of children roll aller5p m lim 37l-5844 inm-l 40-el 5193 BS hi,. SERVICE -377-0722 7 WAYS A WEW SW W. AICHE R D. *j15 f 1 2th Street 375-906$ ** Any and Everything ** for sports Cars Narm.mc. Wo *Triumph Jensen Hooly Datsun 240-2W0-289Z* Moo.-Frd.9AM-6Pm * *,* *,* * ***** ***** ******* HOME IMPROVEMENT Do-It-Yourself or Call a Professional But Call Gainesville Florida Campus Federal Credit Unidii 56 .s .,.,no r, N. .'M~e. Mo. I m 'LA mawem -rea e, 1%46 I !,

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TI e Independent Florida Alligator 5 I SPORTS Gator track By MARK JOHNS( AMgptli Spat.Wdi They say that life begins at 4 Olater baseball tCSJU. the fi~ reduced to 25. Now at the halfway point of t Gatorn stopped a four-game Wednesday by pounding the is Ddlphins 12.4 at Pery Field. Ii gU 'f the year for the Gtto eal1 and 2-4 I. the Sott kaece (SEC). and she UP coi loping It will be a tiuiig pols *e hr been a rater dlsappxob WRUNG OWF two big lou Guorglt, the Gatesa -r psychi fhr this weekend' do-or-dle ac 6.eKentucky. After fredhmas s 'ack on against Ju IN starts tonight's game in Lakeland with ter Florida Southern, the Gators take on the Wildcats in a 1.30 p.m. Perry Field 40, but for the doubleheader on Saturday followed by a gure may be single gAme at 2 p.m. on Sunday. 'Those are musts for us,' head coach Dave he season. the Fuller said. "If we don't Min them all. we can losing streak just write ourselves ofT for the conference." cksoovIlle (JU) Every Gator batter w'ho stepped up to plate Swas the 25th cashed in tbr at least one base hit on Tuesday. ri, now 13-12 with the team collecting I in all. eastern ConUF STARTED the fireworks in the second hiding staff is inning with three runs, the big blow being it In what has a two-run line drive double by Sammy Rick. itlug season. Lefihander Eric Hitler started the game for -e to hapless the Gatons and breezed through the first four nig thanselves innings, his only problems coming from four ries with SEC bases on balls and two Dolphin hits. Bruce Baker But troubled by a blister on his middle Sery I h J rda n may reir Auburn head football cwadh Ralph "Shug" lordsn reportedly plans to retire at the end of the upcoming 197T Surdan took the redus at Auburn in 1951, turnIng the Tigps' impotent club into a Southern powerhouse. and a national champ in 1957. Over the years his teams have compiled a 172-77-5 record that included post-season bowl births the past eight seasons. There was no official coefimation from Jordan. but highly placed Auburn Rbe d r honored Dave Roberts. who cdented 1'6%" for a world pole vault record, and Francic Larien, who set a world record in the mile and 15W0 meters. were named Monday as track athletes for March by Track and Fildk Magazine. Roberts. former Rice Ueh'erslty tar who won the NCA A p-l vaujt three times and I. -ow a member of the Florida Tmak Oub, set his marksa the Florida Reason March 28. Miss Larrie a d ile .doogs 1n 4:28.5 and the 1500 ters in the -mnt h 4:SJ.gboth word records. sources told two newspapers that Jordan's plans were made known at a specially called Auburn Board of Trustees meeting in Montgomery, Ala. The Montgomery Advertiser and Mobile Register. quoting sources, reported that Auburn President Harry Philpott told the board that Jordan. 64. plans to retire Dec. 31 or an early January date, depending on whether the Tigers go to a bowl. There was no word on any reasons for jordan's possible retirement. He successfully battled back front cancer several years ago and last season directed the Tigers to a 9-2 record, capped by a 27-3 win over Texas in the Gator Bowl. finger. Hiller ran into problems in the JU fifh. Dave Bowrman started the inning by bout zing one over the wall In caster field or what was ruled a pound rule triple, and dhe scored on a sacrifice fly fhr the Dolphins' bhet run. Hitler thai walked thine of the neat hur batters before Dan Walinge doubled tha d home to give ilU a 4-3 lead. "I HAD to take speed off my taitbell, and when I take the speed off l stad to throw wild," Hitler eqplalued. "I can't pitch If I can't throw fast." But the Oaor hitters came back in the bottom of dhe Inning with tsar rum., highlighted by nan-scoring singles by LI,. Shulock and Terry Jones to give UF a 7-4 lead. The Gators put the game away in the cith when Jim Shulock slammed the first pitch to the right-center field fence 41) feet away fir a three-run inside-the-park home run. Sammy Rick slammed -n RBI double to left-centsr and scored on Joel Muffle's sacrifice fly to make the final score 12-4. WHILIE SMITH came on in relief in the sixth inning and shut out the Dolphins on four hits and a walk to earn the save, while Killer won his third game of the year against no losses. "it's nice to get a few runs to work on." Fuller said. "They went out there and did the same thing today as they did with Georgia. but we got more rns. This has been the stary all this season. It's demoralizing to the team." The "same thing" Fuller may have bees talking about may be found In the statistics under "walks," namely seven of than. 'The pitchers have gives up 41 walk i he past five ball games. a Apsre which F.M.e would just as noon forget tout. In fact, now that the tam has wraed up half Its adhedule, Flg nd dhe athir coaches are golugto try to do jmtttiat -fget. "Those games areegae," they wie. In a handout to the plans. "The Impartas thlng. .is what hapfeks now. .We SBi ces have a very -sosa r~tstif have a duct at the SEC. But we've tk get plq gnow." SAMMY RICK .thseUBI's L N .,'z.' ~ 1 C. CATCHEt JIM SH4ULOCK SCRES GN WILD RIC5H .ccountdconoth.oto' lunhn

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Pmge IS, Thnd.p.ndn* Nodd. AIg,,er Wedn.Sdcy. p9. 197$ Announcer star of U .S. Mark I otten left thi .1 'emi-stale ot shock. For prvhabhy the his life, the gtant (F heavyweight ,vermatcbed dnd muin-hand led lirs 27 a, LI -R us sia emat in THE RUSSIANS looked like they had just stepped out of the latest issuee of Muscle time in Magazigne. Like the ancient Sound Greek gods, They "cre wntotally credibly po,&erful. Add a stoic., bsdlutely insmiiling lace that could turn I person to 'tone and you have iflually unbeatable com.. WHEN HIS shoulders were pinned go the mat by his Rutsian opponent, a lonR night at the Jackwonville Coliseum came to an abrupt close. Lorw bor coach Gary Schneider's (earn, not tot the Us S.R. delevatiorn. ha e Russian national team Schneider said his team-would have been lucky to win five matches. As it turned out. 267 pound Mel Renfro saved the bassemenet byedin, a 997 w orld ch mp o 5y 4 for the A representative fro. cach, fraternity must be present for th draw fbir nns. today 222 Tomorrow is the deadline for Sifling up for sorority racquetball. Contact the 11M office 229 lb. Gyii. 392-0551. A niind doubles tenets tournament is plastiedfor Facuhty-Staff. Teams cousbtof one man and cite woman. Sian up-by this Friday in the IN! office. m'hin It wasn't a matter team heing that Russians were lust oftthe U S bad. I'he too Mood. meet I MEANi asn' your run of the mdl '.restlin2match Promoter tDon.Curtis finallvJ ripped the mike Iront the announcer's hand and tried to cover up the enormous blunders by announcing to the audience. "you think that's bad you should have heard them, trvmn to pronounce Curtis over there. RICK ADELMAN fli, only time Ike Russians ws durn teoeflin were being introduced to the crowd. the term shol be use loosely. -attacked the Russian name, like a school of piranha soin2 after a side of beef. A back-woods pit farmer couldn' have done a better iob Granted. Russian names *ren't the easiest to fronounce hot you would have thought the "announcer"~ could have practiced during the day. NIce try Don. As if that wasn't enough the organist had to be wakened from a.-light slumber so he could accompany the wrestlers backto their respective Curt,, should also shoulder most of the blame fbr the turnawsy crowd of aboutJ.i ,0 that jammed the Coliseum which seats I 2.0. Thank nouncer proMiSd cltement fewnia. goodness that showed up. -most of the iii an otherwise anHe I Hillel Students Present I Today 8:00 pm Lecture and dl! Judaism and Sex by R 9:30 Jewish Student Ur Thursdays 11:301:30 Lunh-Rap-st 8pm Jewish Student N. F riday 6:30 TraditIonal service 7:30 Sabbath Meal (res Saturdays 9:30 Service followed b 6:30 Mlncha-study ethii Sundays 11am Brunch with spe. Rothman 8pm Israeli Dancing 8:3a0pm Coffee House Tuesday April 15tth 8pm McCarl Movie "SIEGE" Wednesday April 16th Israeli indq Party 7:30pm at Hillel B'nai Brith iON Hillel Foundation icussion on abbi Grafetein tion Meeting udy with the erve by Thurs) y Kiddish :s and meal Hker Professor 'y Auditorium pxndmnce Day W 18th St. S7-00 ~1 .4 -J ON SELECT GROUP CARB ERS I nOVER MUST CLEAR OUR STOCKROOM FOR NEW STYLES! ~1~ St rV aA I hi 4/, Mix or Match 41$1OO Rodiull Tax Platy Rosy Barb Marigold Twx Piety Block Molly Sph *"cpMoll HL sWPY LASTS Expire. 411-75 Feathwrs &Fur whit. Mice Penivian Guinea Pigs Teddy Bear Ha msen Finchea Amazon Parrot Peach Face Ionved.s Block Modked Lovebirds Finches PHONE 375-1EV 57.9. 6176.W0 Gae. -ae Siam.0 pelr mm-I, al 'is I, The Gairdi.@ Nail TANK SPECIALS 55 galt up. tak Rag. $159.00 wily S S. Pot Foo by the Lb. Parrot Mix .7s-t Rabbit Food .Si-b Hamster Food .3Mib Pushmes sad .394b Finch Mix .9bb sunlane Seeds .04-l Grit at MON -PF 16.9 SAT 1S.S cm -La mi ma. us L 25%e3O% OFF I I S I. J \



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Registrar screens rolls for drop-odd forgery By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer Ihe embattled UF ilotor System has a belteveT in UF Hegistrar Louis Voyles. Although Voyles' office does have some procedures to catch studentss who forge drop-add cards. Voles says he depends on the basic integrity of students not to faIit~ the cards. "Basically most students are honest and do what they are supposed to There are sonic Irregularities each quarter, but hey are nilnor.' Voyles said TO CATCH STUDENTS "ho may not share the same convictions r~ the workability of the hono, system and who forge add Lards, the rcgtstrar office c heck~ tie tinal c lass rolls "ith the add lists each college department compiles. Students ~ ho are catiMht by the registrar. and there .rc ink a ci. are turned over to the Student Conduct Cornni nec or re;ie~ Voyles said. Although Voyles said that the check ol the final class rolls ~uth the departments, done at the end of dropadd period. is the stirest i.ay ol catching a torger. one UE department has toured a i.ay to cut doi.n the forgeries '.hile drop-add is still going on. The biology department issues add siips to students who gel the departments permission. ~.hich the students must present w their teacher to get added to the class roll. IF A STUDENT does not have he add slip. he is 'eat back to he department to dL'tcrnbIne ii he illegally added the class. Betty Cchtan biology department secretary. s.iid ~t ideni~ .ire .1 ittomatically dropped from a class if forgery was nvol~ed. hut .id~Ied they are not usually handed over to studetn conduct. She ,ad 'flyc or 'ix torgerics are discovered each quarter. Cochran said as far as I know no other departments are tiwng the add slips procedures to cut down on the forgeries. but stiggested that it should he considered as a university' "ide policy. Cochran added that keeping up 'nih students '.ho illegally In 10 add a class is a real hassle. Something has to he done The Independent Florida Alligator lompusco sn Gofl* do No* off, o y Oslo oted w~*t *~. Un *rflyo Fade W EON ESPA Y APRIL 9. 1975 VOL. 67. NO. 109 J Tenure review ordered By STUART EMftIIICH Anigatee Staff W wit., In light of an uncertain economic future, a comprehensive renew of tenure policies throughout the state university system has been ordered by the Board of Regents. Regent Chainnan Marshall Criser instructed the regent staff to study shortening the notification time for non-tenured faculty and to possibly freeze tenure throughout the system CRUISER SUGGESTED shortening the termination notice tune from 16 to possibly nine months. "The 16 months is long before we know what the budget is even going to look like, so how can we decide how many faculty to keep on.' Criser said. Although Criser said a complete examination of tenure policies is belog requested. including reasons for granting tenure and percaitages of tenure faculty, he added he ha no intenhon of doing away with tenure." -irs AN IMPORTANT part of academics and we have to recognize that importance.' Crises explained. Approximately 55 per cent of faculty at the state universities are tenured, according to system Chancellor Robed Mauti. Gene Hemp. interim assistant vice president fbi academic affairs, said "a little under 60 pci cent' of UF Educational and General faculty are tenured. MAUFZ SAID HE expected the regents to take a long term look" at tenure, to determine if there is too large a percentage of tenured faculty in the state system. Mautz said any major changes in tenon policies would not be made until 'people ii e (See *Tenure. page seven) Harris tours UFcczmpus Marshall Harris. newest member of the Board of Regents and ex-state legiuiator, will be visiting the UP campus today through Saturday to engine the dltkast aspects of UF prop.'. Ames3 the items on Harris' picked schedule are open dIscussions with interested studocts tonight and faculty members flrnsday might' 1U1 SIIJDIT will be held in the west half of the J. Wayne Ret Union cafeteria at 8p.m. The faculty meeting will be In the Union ballroom at 7:30 Thursday nigtit. Harris will also meet with UP vice presidents, Student Government officusand college deans and will tour the 3. Mliii. Miller Health Center. During his four-day visit Mania will stay at th.homeofUFPresideut RobatQ. Manto.,. Going, going, gone What was once Sn 'Fumlbire City" building became a victim of pmuu Monday when wwkmeo finidud sorlng It down ~ mob. way 6. the new Oclneavllle faa Built lii 1906. "Funtliur, Cu7 was on St. corner of SE First Skeet and Univeahy Aveiss. The new ~en-olr plaza will be In between the Alechue County Courtuouse and a socn-to-bebuik judicial tatter -by geo.ge t.aa~ ~

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N0 2,11w Indn.daU.M.AMI.$cr. W.dm.4cv.AAAdI 9AW5 Jackson: peace accords secret WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. Henry Jackson, D-Wash. charged Tuesday that secret agreements" exist between the United States and South Vietnam which have been hidden frown Congress and -until recently -from President Ford. Jackson said the agreements "envision fateful Anhetican decisions.' hot did not disclose what they entail. Nor did he accept challenge to make his knowledge available to the Senate. 'I know of no secret agreements. said Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield. "Every time we met with Mr. Kissinger after one of his visits and yurneys overseas, that quest. was asked and the answer always was no. He said if there was substantial evidence of secret agreeniejits. 'I would expect the appropriate committees to look into the breaches of faith and trust." Opposing forces meet in Bangkok PHNOM PENN (LJPi) Cambodian Prime Minister Lang Bores returned to this besieged capital Tuesday from Binngkok. where officials said lie met with Communist Khmer Rouge rebel rejirsatatlves in the possible beginning of a negotiated settianent of the flwyear-old Cambodia. war. Officials in Thailand and Cambodia said tag Born met with the Khmer Rouge for thur hours in Bangkok Monday. No results of the Bangkok meeting were disclosed immedlattly. As Long Beret stepped off the speclai plane that brought him from Bangkok. the Coniniunist-led insurgents were barely 3.3 miles from Pochentong Airport and getting closer. yard by yard. by the day. Ptinom Penh itself was surrounded by the rebels who now control 90 per cent of the country. Shortly before Long Born arrived, rebels again hit the airport with both artillery and rockets in more than 30 attacks. One Cambodia Air Force C123 was damaged and two pilots injured. Thai Foreign Minister CIaatdual Choonhavan said in Bangkok he believed another meeting between Cambodian government representatIves and the Khmer Rouge might be sited clod. It takes a fhiof HOLYOKE, MASS. (UPI) -A pd.ona' skilled in safecracking may be taken from the Hanipden County House of Correction to help police open the tax collectors safe stole~ during the weekend. Police said Tuesday that locksmiths. who previously opened safes, no longer do the work so somebody "with some sort of experlaice in this field has to be found' The safe was found Mondaynight ins woodedares of Granby, Coon. 30 miles south of Holyoke. The dial was knocked off. The 500-pound safe contains 528.2W in cash and checks. In a Senate speech. Jackson said I have it on the best ot information, the best authority, Ihat secret agreements were reached in connection ,.gth the Paris peace accords on Vietnam. As lb. Ford. Jackson. said '1 think he has only recently tbund out about these accords." Jackson. an announced candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, said that while Ford has hinted Congrenreneged on its commitments to South Vietnam, "the tact is that Congress is being accused of violating commitments and obligations it never heard of.' Jackson also said obsessive sccrecf marked the Salt I negotiations, to the point where not even then Defense Secretary Melvin bird and then Secretary of State Wilhivti Rogers were informed about two accords. Sex, drugs, gambling alleged in U.S. govt. WASHINGTON (UPI) -Government investigators have uncovered evideacc of after-hour craps games and marijuana traffic at the Agriculture Department and also are probing allegations female workers ran a prostitution ring, a spokesman said Tuesday. The sex rumors have not been proved, however, the spokeuanan added. LL Free, assistant director of die department's Office of Investigation, said the gambling and dna8 information was turned up In Novanber and was referred to the District of Columbia police. Free said one esuployc was arrested and two others resigned "during the early stag. of our investigation." flied. H. Collins. a spokesman Ax the Ditrict of Columbia Police, said thepolice department had found grounds for filing gambling charges and no protitutiwl. The cane was dosed after a single narcotics arrest, he said. "This was not a large scale thing." Collins said. "It was a small incident and there is no ongoing (police) invatigatioui at the Department of Agriculture itew. Fearful coa WASHINGTON (UPI) -Hundreds of hard-hatted coal miners, fearful a strict new strip mining bill will cost their jobs, demonstrated at the White Hone and lobbied Congressmen Tuesday while huge coal trucks circled the Capitol. The caravan from Virginia. West Virginia. Kentucky and Tennessee came to protest a bill requIring strip-mined land be reared, ugly debris removed, and polluted wits, cleared up. Several hundred miners paraded in beet ef the White \p~eii oesday capsule Saigon curfew slows baby lift SAIGON (Un) -A CU&W ordered because Of the bombing of President Nguyen Van Thieu's palace by a muttnous South Vietnamese Air Force xlot slowed Operatioh Babylift and the air exodus of Americans Tuesday. The pilot of the FS Freedom Fighter. identified as North Vietnam-born 11. Nguyen mmiii Thing, 26. pwbably"flew the plane to a Conmuiilut.OCtiipiCd base inside South Vietnam arid defected, military sources said. Thieu escaped unharmed and said he viewed the attack as an isolated incident and not a coup attempt. Hut three persons were killed and four wounded by the single bomb that e tploded. Thieu immediately ordered a 24-hour curt, in the capital. The curfew was lifted six beau later. but It curtailed the human traffic on the daily airlift of orphan and civilian refugees from Saigon. At lead one U.S. Air Force C141 Stalifter flight between Saigon and aait Air Base in the Philippines was canceled and passalger traffic on two others totaled wily SI persons. Joplin biography termed 'obscene' HILLSBOROUGH. N.H. WPI) -A book ha high school Iibrarypmtrsybag~hefltuued Ilbof the late rock shigerimnis Joplin has sparked a pat enapuip agaluad c&uifty in this tiny New Eagimnd .01 conimunlty. A couple circulated a petition ii the town of 2,778 and gained mon than 1W sIgnatures objecting to "taxpayers money being used to buy obscene books and with obscene language in thein.~ The controversy erupted when one of the four children of Bernard Nickerson mid his wife arrived bean. with "hmal," by David Dalton. Nickenoui objected to the "vogisiderable amount of bad language' in the biography. ners protest bill House signs reading "Mr. President: we want to work. Let us. and "Congress must love untiployment." White House Pm. Secretary Roe Nasas told reporters he could not provide any firm indication whether Ford would veto the bill until it coma out of a uqresslonal conference committee. But he said Ford "has wane cccwus" about provisions. patIculaxIy that the retire legIslatIon would cause consumer cod puc, to rise shaqaly. Ford vetoed slake bill last -he. Sue Connelly K hief Justice Traffic Court improved Bus service bear us of parking space gillizotlon of uusve funds Byron Petersen Honor Court Chancellor rin-.utabIlsfi academic Inhgrlty rain Sudent Iu*.menls in Hanoi' Court decisions. mom admit involvement Paid PoI.Adv. L Fbit *. Wa U~na.a~ m. flee a~e, ~ ft. ma. G~~n Phrid MaCi ii. Isqee. &e .-A. UAIW h. 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lh. ind.g.Adn Honda MIIM.r. Wdn.dsy, 1tt9. lift P.g. S Utilities board will get atomic trans fusion soon By DOUG HATCH A ligate. Staff Wrist and DAVID KLEIN MBgSn Mmqkg E*ta. The Regional UtilitIes Board (RUB) will get a jolt of atomic power soon and consumers will get some relief from soaring power costs, RUB General Manager Robert Roundtm said Tuesday. Roundtree said the RUB will buy 9.5 megawatts (9.5 ,,iillion watts) of atomic power fron, the Crystal River atomic generating plant owned by florid. Power Corp. ROUNDTREE SAID the power supplied by the Crystal River station will save RUB customers about $S5OO~ a year in bulk power costs. The total package of ahnost 10 megawatts will supply 'around 10 per cent of our total output' Roundtree said. The RUB will not begin receiving the atomic power until the Crystal River plant. scheduled for completion in September. 1976. opens for operation. ROUND1REE SAID the RUB originally requested 82.6 megawatts, "with no expectation at all of getting 82.6." Instead. he said he told the commissioners to npect to receive about IC megawatts. However. Roundtree said the RUB might still receive more power if other buyers do not use their allocation to capacity. Green wins top award Alex E. S. Green. a UP graduate research professor has been awarded the 1975 Medal of the florida Academy of Sc ien.es. The award for an outstanding scientist of Florida", was made at the academy's 39th annual niecting in Lakeland March 28. GREEN CAME to the University of florida in 1963. He is a graduate research professor of physics, electrical engineering and aerospace engineering. He is also director of the Interdisciplinary Center tbr Aeronomy and Atmospheric Sciences. Green has published more than 200 books and articles covering varied aspects of theoretical nudea. physics. Ihe municipal utility agency might eventually receive upto 12 megawatts of power, he said. The 9.5 megawatts '.iIl be bought through the issuance of bonds, Roundtrn said. Though the power itself costs only S55O.~ per megawatt. the bond cost 'ould be equivalent to S65O.~ per megawatt. Roundtree said. Tower B floods By DOUG HATCH AflIpto StaN Writs. Nine floors of Reattyowers were flooded Monday night when a hot water line broke between the ninth and tenth floor,. Although final damage reports were unavailable Tuesday, Director of Housing James T. Hennessey estimated carpeting damage at S2.~) to S3.~. TIlE LINE UROKI about 8:30 p.m. in the northwest side of the men's tower. Then the water trickled from floor to floor until the water reached the ground floor, where damage was most extensive. "There sen~s to be somedamagetothe carpet i.i the music room on the ground floor and it might have to be replaced. Hennessey said. Hennessey said the carpeting in the private rooms probably won't have to be replaced because they are being dried. IIENNESSEY SAID he was unaware of damages to any personal property of anyone living in the towers. If there is any personal property damage we will first investigate what actions the residents made to save it (the property). Hennessey said. "Of count we will entertain claims for lost property but this will come from the state." The flooding started about 9p.m., said Paul Mazy, 3ASB. a resident of room ~03. one of the first rooms affect.d. TIlE WATER CAME through the light fixtures and later through the air conditioning vents. Mazy said. 'it started real slowly at first and then all of a sudden it really started up.' John Hall. a resident of room 904, said. A plumber was called to the scene immediately, but it was several hours before the water flow stopped. He said the bonds cost more because, there must be money for construction and a reserve fund for interest payments. According to Roundiree. between $7 million and 8 million in bonds would be issued. eveb though the power only costs about $6.2 million. The extra money would be used In ce additional atomic power became available from other agencies. P'~ by OC.y ~w' IRE SKY IS FAILING -.bathroom ceIlIng crumbles In flooded Towers WHifE SJNSFEEDtY Ma k Lycra' For '76 g.a.o Lycr. wU.tswma a wflhlng aa.Wflb S Ik & dfln. .~lnmSy alas i.e term In ~hq. As wait hI Sin Wad flflm wIt M.ameha in.Jn. AmUIfl SWTIC AND TS~ sr' 373-9233 ~~ijg~~t/ 9e7 4Ltt -r I. L. Clogs with soft leather uppers and beautiful antiqued finishes. New from Olaf Daughters, they come In butterscotch, antiqued brown, chocolate, navy, and suede. apen Daily 40-8 Sat 10-0 i029 W. Univ. Ave

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Gainesville misses deadline UFs till uses Florida Power Th* Indflfl&,i N.M. ADJg.t.v. W.&.d~, PupIl 9. 1971 Peg. S I By SHEILA SIMMER AllIgator Stall Wdter florida Power Corporation will automatically furnish power to UF for another year. it was announced at the Monday night city commission meeting. The City of Gainesville wanted to bid fbr the $3 million contract, but the Board of Regents was not notified by the April 5 deadline. We won't be able to hid for 1976' said Richardson We have waited 10 years -apparently we will wait Ii years now. COMMISSIONER losoph Little said regent Jack Mccriff told him (iF will be given a chance for the city to bid in future years. Gainesvilles Regional Utilities Lard (RUB) will have until Jan. 5. 1q77, to notify the regents that RUB wasts to furnish UF with power, Utilities General Manager Robert Roundtree said. A revenue shortfall of $8,000 is anticipated for the city budget this fiscal year. City Manager B. Harold Farmer 'aM this is because there was no surplus of money from last year. TIlE 3974.75 expenditures are within the budget and will not present any problems for this year. Farmer said. The coniniission decided to continue a hiring freeze of city employes to reduce costs for next year. Fanner said this action will pose no problems because I don't anticipate much cmpjoye) Iun~tver. Backup persons exist in case of any unforseen employs shortage. Farmer added. Initial consideration of bond programs for capital in* provernent brought a suggestion front Comniissioner Joseph Little to purchase bonds now. He said bond rates are expected to rise because ol an increase in the federal deficit this year. A RUB AMENDMENT that could save homeowners 350,000 this month ,.ilI be given final action at Wednesdays RUB meeting. The amendment '.ill mean a reduction of about S2 per customer for April. The rate for March was IS mills per kilowatt hour. and AprWs rate will be 16.05 mills per kilowatt hour tbr users of lj~ kilowatt hours per ~nonIh Is other action, the commission discussed complaints of an illegal number of students living together, which violates the minimum housing code. TIlE COMMISSION is seeking an effective way to enforce the law. Commissioner Russell Ramsey asked City Manager B. Harold Farmer and City Atty One Pagan to investigate methods used in other cities ~.wrh similar p.oblem~. Earner noted that such an investigation was made before and it was "fruitless. Tallahassee claimed they have no such problem, said Farmer. He explained that no other cities acknowledge the situation, but he will continue to search for a solution. Three drown in springs PEYTON GILL, 18, WAS OILY SURViVOR canoes used by foursome. In fatal diving tip Gainesville divers recovered the bodies of three Georgia scuba divers who drowned Monday rn Jenny Springs in northeast Gilchrist county. The bodies of Dean Hale Case. 43. of Appling. Ga. and Darryl Harkins, 28, of Augusta. Ga. were recovered by diver, Monday night. according to Cilchrist County Deputy Sheriff Darrell Williams. THE BODY OF the third drowning victim, Barton David Wittenberg. 20. of Augusta. Ga. was recovered Tuesday morning. Williams taid A fourth diver. Peyton Gill. 19. of Washington. Ga .escaped unhurt, he said The three dead men were hearing g single air tanks while Gill wore a pair of tanks. None of the men were using safety lines, Williams I said. TIlE FOUR MEN ,.ere diving approximately 250 to 3C() feet inside the k deepeave when they 'presuniably got lost in the cave and ran out of air, he said. Jenny Springs has a complicated cave system that might explain the large number of drowning deaths that have occurred there in the past. Williams said. Between Jenny Springs and DevWs Hole (another cave close by) there were nine divinja deaths last year, he said. Students exhibit cit Grin ter Hall Fourteen Iii'enior painting students will exhibit their work at the Grinter Galleries during April. Fhe Galleries are located on the first Ilooi of Linton F. Grinter Hall. The exhibition is open to the public Monday through Friday tron, II am. 2 p.m. flie participants are students of Professor Hiram Williams senior painting classes. Barron and Tucker open Florida Legislature with warning to Askew on use of veto power By BRUCE MORRIS Atats, Sg.t Wa. Senate Present Dempsey Barton aid Speaker of the House ponald Tucker gaveled their houses to order Tuesday mowing to open the 1975 Florida legislative session. Both leaders sounded notes of legislative Independence and warnedGo. bubin Askewtousehlsvetopowerwisely. Barrow said in his opening speed of the 60-day union. "I do&t bullmw there I. one mucus you who don not take pride in being -of 40 state seaSon -Independent of other bunches of PflflISCS. vi OMNUG EnIASSi. his lmmsco4hagues. Tucker ,arned Askew to take came to avoid using his veto pen too huly In his unpreesdmat.d weed tern. lab en als advised Iqiubton against pushIng hr any new taxes, and they promised quick adieu owl bills that will reorganize the Depatment of Health and Rdtab~itatIve and the EnvbseqmM PretectIce Agency.' Sb state .1*. a. adiam, Ate. tilled hr revisio, in voting registration practices. He advOcated redrawing voting rolls every Iwir ~wars instead of every twa hd providing registration by mall. N Till WAKE of Impeachment proceedings against t'o supreme court justices. Askew asked the legislature to adopt the "Missouri P an of selecting judges. Under this p1an. a panel selects several nontinees for a vacant judgeship position. The governor appoints one of these, and after a desipated term. he Is put on the ballot hr a public vote on whetherto retain or dismiss him. Askew abc called for full financial disclosure and rigid condllct-ofiatmn.t laws. We muss prove we are truly public savants aid not time savants of either the vested interests or our own uulf-lmmnsts," he said. He daseribed his landslide re-election -"a mandate for Ml flhaclal dIsclosure. lwilldoeverythlnglcan to fulfill that maadae.' he said. tissIw FNrJiTED plans for dealing with macetc reccauloc and increasing crime -includIng gsa control laws and minimum pins sentences without paroles for crimes committed with dangerous weapons. The gown. weiss given a rouslq welcome by the joint susie. according to Rep. Sidney Mania. D-llanhorne. He didn't sat me on freY Main said Rep~ Bill Andren. Sen. Bob Saunders and Sen. Kenneth "Buddy' MacKay. the other local legislators. could not be reached tbr comment a: the capital late Tuesday. MARTIN SAID he supports the governors Missouri Plan' for the judiciary. He said he has advocated a switch to that type of system since 1968. "We have to find ways to upgrade the judicial system. One of the ways is the Missouri Plan," he said. However. Martin was skeptical about its chances of passing the legislature this year. Dud., Its 6O.4ay session, the legIslature also will consider passage of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). ASKEW 31flZRATID his support hr iti pasage in his address, provoking a "thumbs-tm" demonstratIon i, the gallery by threw rows of anti-ERA forces. When contacted Tuesday. Mania said a ~up of the antiERA peojSehad just let hisoffice. He said tlwymmakieg their rounds of the capital. Although Mania said he will vote hr the ERA and expects it niH narrowly pus the house. he daunt think It will make It through the senate. The legislators will consider a bill to put a student Wi the BoardofRepntsmndabllltoralsetultlonlastateushu. sum. Martin opposes any tuition hike. but he said "It will be tough. tough sleddln( to prevent It. JAMES RICHAROSGI wewon'fb.obIetobld for 1976

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Pojo 4. Th* ind.p.nd.n* Rondo MItgoor, Wedn.day. 4.41 9, 1975 S Times editor to speak here By JOANNE KOHL Alflga6r Staff Write. Abe Rosenthal. managing editor of the New York Times. will highlight the events of iouriialisn, Day. Thursday. Cathe Redard, a journalism teaching assistant connected with the program, said the days events, sponsored by the College of Journalism. include a talk on lIb~l laws, a slide how presentation. a luncheon at the Sweden House. and a discussion on job placement by several newspaper editors Iron. around the state. ThE DAY WILL begin at 930 g.m. with a talk given by Dan Pauls. a prominent libel lawyer, in moms 361-363 at the Rear Union. Paul. is scheduled to speak on libel laws and their effect on the press. Coffee and doughnuts will be served. Following the talk. Michael OMen of the Miami News will present a slide show, displaying some of his award-winning photographs. Rosenthal will be the guest speaker at a Iwidicon at the Sweden House. 2400 SW 13th St. The luncheon begins at noon. and includes the presentation of awards to the winners of the Florida News Photographer's Contest and the Florida Newspaper illustrators and Cartoonists Contest. Bedard said editors .f several state newspapers will be discussing job placeinei.t tbr reporters and photographers at the Reiti Union. rooms 361-363, front 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. This final eves will include a display of acme of the photographs and art entered in the photograph and canoe contests. Tickets for the luncheon are on ale fir 12.95 at the Sweden house. The tickets may also be purchased In advance, at the Deans office in the stadium, room 237, for $1.95. For additional information. contad Bedard at 3920430. Ordinance considered A comprehensive anti-discrimination ordinance received initial consideration by the Gainesville City Commission at their Monday night meeting. The proposed ordinance highlights discriminatory practices in public accommodations, housing. employment and credit extensions. Its purpose is to combine, broaden and include every kind of activity regarding color, race, national origin and sex into a general ordinance, explained City Attorney Owe Fagan. This draft is our latest effort. It has been under study for several months. the attorney s.id. A hearing on this will be held next week. E OUR E C S We're gonna' have K GI a party. IFC -Panhelenic Council IT K Di]? EVELYN WOOD GRADUATES CAN READ TEE GOIFAINI U 64 AT ThAT SPIED, ThE 477 PAGES COME ACROSS WITh MOM W4 UVKG tOOO, YOU MIGHT SAY. at his ab.kty can do to. students At 1000 reteohon' (that S thrac timfl tBSt~~ m8~' if the'a one was a read) Evelyn Wood graduates can devour a Cci S ~ boa ike Hofsiadd.r $ Ameuican Poingeag Tradition and wYap up each chaste, in II minutes Don t nonf Aim' an The means Instead of spending 800 hoc's a year ra6ng -that s what a college Freshnan does t~ an Enlyr~ Wood graduate spefids 170 ,ows Without any drop In co.np.Swsjon' Without any drop in Co P S If you that it. take a Iree ritroduct or all F.nd out I WE graduates eyes WACT THAN flU MOVIE time to do sonutruq tad Its. ibm day' a is andre adeflmg can 15b. o.y latin SM solute it ste n pad tend ow NO.000 0. m vnfl do have us'uhflg e to your free Introductory lemnn! You'll Increase your readi S 50 to 100% onthespet! TODAY & TOMORROW 4000R tOO PM AT FLAGLER INN ~ Evelyn Wood Reading Dynuics Isis. U KS: After graduation you'll wont mOre than Just a job. You'll wont a career. Consider A CAREER ASA LAWYER'S ASSISTANT Macer Univeralty In Atlanta, in cooper atlon with The Notional Ce~teflor Legal Training. will conduct on intensive 12 week course taught by attorneys qualifying college graduates to assume many of the responsibilities trodirionally handled by owners. Courses start June 9th and September 22nd. 1Q75. Specialization is offered in the following fields Utigotlon Peal Estat. and Mortgages Corporations Estates. Trusts and Wills If you ore a student of good ocodmrlc standing and ore Irterested In a corset as a Lawyers Assisront. writeforafree brochureand application. Lawyer'. Asabtant Program, Menu Miverafty In Ada iS, aAoflcwen Road NE Mona. GeorgIa 30341. or coil (404)659-2969

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a I Th. nd.p.nd.n* Acdd. MIIgatr. W.dn.S.y. 4i'lI% IWS. ftg. 1 T e n u re Cri~er told the regents statT he expects the (from page "'lEt, given a chance to MO over the proposals and wggest changes. Mautz taid the up or out" tenure requirement would also have to be studied. UNDER PRESENT TENURE rules. if a faculty member is not tenured in has sixth year of employment, then he must be ternilnhted a year later. Mautz said this was a standard academic policy set by the American Association of University Professon. but I really don't know the reasoning behind it.~ Monday as not the first time that the qusios of tenure review has come up before the regents. NEAR ThE BEGINNING of Mautz term as chancellor, in 1969. he proposed a renew of the tenure process. Ante,,8 the changes that came from that review, was a leqthening of the probation period for professors before they came up hr tenure, from three to five years. "l's. leaving where I came in -with a tenure review," h4autz said Tuesday. "I gum it's like marriqe. it will always be *0 us." MALIlZ WILL BE succeeded by ES. York as chancellor on July I. An almost annual review of tenre will apparently not come betre the state legIslature this year however. State Sen. Richard Deeb. known for mini a yeady bin to abolish semite, has not prepared a similar bill this yer. and .111 probably u.s do so. according to a member of his neaR. Staff member Freddie Swift said Tuesday flesh has drafted most of the bills he planned onsubmittlngthi.sesaaonandnonedeaft with tell me. report in rime br next nonlhs meeting. Pseudonym off SG ballot Alfred., Fettucin~ is dead but Richard Snyder lives on. The newly formed election commission ruled Monday night to uphold the decirnon of director of elections Scott Simmons that Richard Snyder. independent student body presidential candidate, must use his real name on the April 16 election ballot. Snyder wanted to use the fictitious name Aiftedo Fettucini on the ballot. The election Commission is an independent agency of Student Government o.en.eiq the condud. canvassing and certification of SO elections. Members of the election commission are: Greg Enhoim, 70A. chairman: Randy Bradey. 4JM: Wally Anderson, 43A; Beth Wilson, ILW; and Kathy Whitney. SEA. Snyder said he flied an appeal with the Student Appeals Count. but dropped the appeal when h. could not find a florida Statute stating a candidate can run undue fictitious name.'~ Jim Hark, student appeals court messiber said. "The end dow not over us, a declaims unless there I, proof of a grow snot" Rank said because the balls, had to be printed Tuesday morning, Snyder was only given one and one-half hours to find the stat ute. tee. .eaee. 0 *Whsn someone 0 I trouble, tefl'em 0 6 S 0 0 S 0 S 6 6 S 0 0 0 0 0' 0 0 0 S S S S 0 0 0 0 U a 0 0 0* ~A1I 0 imnw.u See00000000000 0605 starts you to Double It I OTIS uijyawuity Ave. I 4 ad FREE RODEO AND AGRICULTURAL FAIR GATOR LOAN FUND Present CARNIGRAS '75 Doily 5 pm Weekends 12 Noon The Biggest Midway Ever! THRU APRIL12 ROTC DRILL FIELD RODEO: SAT.APRIL 12 1:00 pa. AGRICULTURAL AI AU SATAPBIL1I DAT a I proceeds go to student loans and scholaruhlpu I * I I h. 4 -.1

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Ng.S. 1%. Ind.n4.flt Roddo AJIIg.r, W.dn.d.p, AdI I IllS a Mr. IBM Mr. IBM is dropping in to look us over today. I he sharp-tongued, quick witted, Harvard trained lawyer is arriving this morning br a threeday visit, apparently to sort ot get the ted ot UF. After eight years ci trying to get the Florida House ot Representatives to run more efficiently. Marshall Harris, newly appointed to the Hoard ot Regents. is now taking on higher education. In the next tew days he will meet with President Marston and other administrators and t~culty as well as career service employs. just to make sure they are doing their jobs. He will also personally inspect the medical center. WAS, and other colleges. Oh yes, and he wants to meet the students too. this is the tint time the Miami lawyer has visited UF since he quit the Iegislature.because he couldn't get along with House Speaker Don tucker, and joined the regents in January. But we remember the Harris from times past. As a matter of fact it was just about this time last year when, in another editorial, we expressed our desire to see Harris impaled on a silver diploma. It was in the final days .t the 1974 legislative session when student lobbyists were anxiously watching the new regent-proposed tuition plan to see it it would clear the legislature betbre the session ended, Suddenly from out of the house appropriations committee, of which Harris was chairman, came a second fee proposal that made the regents proposal pale in comparison. Harris wanted to assess undergrads up to SIS a credit hour and graduate students from $25 to $34 an hour. Whether the plan was designed as a smoke screen for the regents' proposal or Harris really believed students weren't paying enoughthe move had its effect. It took everyone's mind off the real issue long enough tar the session to end and the regents to sneak the new plan into eflbct, unapprov~d. And that wasn't the first time Harris had an impact on higher education. Only months before he grabbed headlines all over the state with his accusations of gross university padding of graduate enrollment rolls to gain state money. His accusations touched oil months of hurried university audits and repeated denials by administrators and regents alike. Later Harris grabbed headlines once more when his subcommittee took a ~get tougW' stand toward higher education and recommended a 15 per cent cut in funding. It wasn't until months later, when the credibility of the state university system had already been severely damaged that state auditor general Ernest Ellison revealed that less than hint per cent of the state's graduate students were overenrolled and that the overenrollment was not due to 'padding' as Harris alleged. but to widespread misunderstanding of the cumbersome rules and regulations. In view of his past track record we weren't surprised to see Hams go along with every other regent except Gainesville's Jack McGrIff last month to vote for yet another tuition hak. This new tuition plan comes very close to matching Harrif earlier proposaL While we haven't bcen too overjoyed at Harris' appointment to the regents, we are glad he has expressed a desire to meet with students while hen in Gainesville. We hope mote -than a tow students are wondering why they have to pay increasingly more hit their education every fall. Maybe Hauls will be able to explain it to them tonight. It is said Harris loves a tight, and he is fond of saying Tm not running a popularity contest". Don't worn' -you won't win one here. >~ jt~r. 4,>. rz~. 1 'A I 'its AMMICM4S a I.a*lw4e tvs wrrt4 ThEIR SOINP1PS :PLASflC S.UPHANTS AND wAR OQVHAJY sown v5 mAMBO' cmc Changing the language The toga, was stu&d full of curious onlookers, expert lifirists. aggressive feminists and many of the world's most notorious male chauvinists. The tminists had just come off a clean linguistic victory and wiped our all the chauvinistic connotations of the English language. Now gripping their dictionaries with calloused hands, the feminists were preparing to attack French. A micropbnne groaned, the room quieted and the chairperson of the debate spoke. "As many of you here already know, in the recent put anyone wishing to speak English was TONY ARCADE GUEST COLUMNIST forced to utter such slated phrases as Mister. Miss, manhandle, manhole, and even the nefarious pronoun 'his.' In fact we have a recorded cm of a poor woman who used 'his' so much that her relatives thought she'd taken leae of her senses and was imitating snake calls. "BUT THANKS are due for the eflbtt of a few hardworking person., who after burning their bras, went on to neutaize the English language. Tonight many of these same persons will attempt to neutaizc French -a mud, more difficult task since eve.y word is either masculine or feminine. We are goi~ to begin with the word rock. Now what gender shall we make rock?" 'Well. I think, and you may not agree, said a red hair feminist. "to be a rock represents the strength of womanhood and therefore should be feminine," "I disagree" murmured a black-clad male chauvinist. '1 think, and this it my own personal opinion, but I feel that a rock s~bolize. the strength of manhood and therefore should be masculine." "WE OUGEF TO forget the whole thing and le.ve the languap alga." a blade sorority girl said, because my Bail says woman libbas jut want to bunt our bras' WclI. what's wrong with that?" snapped the feminist. "If I bunt my bra I won't have three dimemional Greek The Independent Florida Alligator LIII ~ 32 LA T.y K.n~ioc J~eV. Cods Ma -bet *~ MSpASn Tee MeSSrs. -.btrMa.Jr. I O~* ~b.n noSier i--it LL~. letters Os, my shirt anymOre. "OH, YOU CAN TAKE the bra off first. You mean lean bunt it after I take it cit Oh. well maybe "I think we've deviated from the major topic of discussion.' said the voice on the miacph@iit. "Now doc~ anyone have any suggestions for the word rock? "YES," SAID TUE hlackclad male chauvanhst. "I think we ought to throw it out the window and ~o on to more controveniul words. id like to know uto's gonna get stuck with the word gutter'.' "Oh. don't be silly." snapped the feu.lnlst. "Everyone knows it's men who dig gutters. it's men who pass out dead drunk in gutters. and you never see a woman urinating in a gutter. "Gentlepersons. we have a probiwn mm deeper than gutters," said the voice own the mimphon "This is a serious matter that confronts us inS Iaagvagu. What are 'e going to do with mailman." "EASY." SAID TUE Mack-vIed male dmawmalit. We just look sour optics. We -dasap It tameR mail. female mail, male mule, female female wwhat -mat probable 'ic can just have our posqeddiveed by swains man. "Well. Ill refuse to utter my suds weed which connotes that its the ma' who cany th. male who. It's -wwua' who set pregnant.' 'And I don't care how equal we an supposed to be.' said the sorority girl. '1'm gonna infuse to cat any of "~Y daqhtcn Harry or George." "Well that seethe It" says the v.4cc o.eUw microphone. "Any mo~aiistic empeing wfl any language -'t change anyone's attitudes. S.ma, I think -CU*a to forget the DewS Sb whol, thing." to C~wMe~ SImk.O" -bA.S An Mt. a YaMs N., Mt. 0-s-n basn 0-S Meager .kn Sp.c~S s~t~ Cao.dka. aa P.&aS MI.flS Pflducbn M.oq. Mb$S N.S.a Meager .CiItuISontChshIfl.AM.ap sea MW b*adb rats Wv C **~flt~*'% r ,.~u.~giifl4t .1w,,,'. PC be INS U.n"'% ins. Osaib Mash *. Celag. h IU Warn W~nflp A.r.j. Bus. Ste. ph. W6M Miund bps. peat Aiv.rsm.gg aM PrndCtI*fl -SMU.

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Th. Ind.p.d.n* Mould. MIlgot. Wed.n.doy. Apuill. InS. ~ Florida Student Party platform given Ar~ have read the platforms of her St udent (,o~ crnnicnt It w parties and wonder why teve seen the same rumpc(l issues for the past live year' p U Why shOuld we believe now that such promised anon is hot IS hollOw as In recent years' ON THE OTHER HAND, the Florida Student Parb\ pIattOrt~~ is based oh realistic challenges or '(Thit 'Vt change or Ior ida ~tudettts. Furthermore. FSP's candidates are unique iii that thc~ have record~ of past acceniplishments as '.elI as t ties a cr~itC (Compare this with their opponents ~ho. Ot' the 'rost part. hi' done little more than fill vacancies. make promises. md produce little.) Hence, when one considers the source ot campaign ,romiC5. FSPs candidates are surely more credible than heir opponents. FOR INSTANCE, Alyce McAdan~. our candidate br ,resideflt. has served: eM student senator and SC cabinet member *Wth ur Affirmative Action Council and Student ~ighItin~C Auxiliary Patrol *A. president and state secretary of the National )rganhzatiofl to,' Women *A member of Savant and a registered lobbyist, and Alyce as been recognized for her service accomplishments. She: *Isthe tounda'of tlieGalnesvlllc Rape Crisis Center *Has beet, a guest lecturer throughout florida .ls co-author of the SC "Rape" pamphlet a vanity member of the women's gyninastic team. Similarly. eubba Huerta, FSPs vice-presidential candidate as been busy serving and accomplishing. Butt. has served as: .SG director of Sliletics *Director of "Cats alub iv a Cause" Member of Florida U. Key cA member and thesis officer of Kappa Alpha fratenuity In the area of acemuplishments. Bubba: .Originated "Gator ainics for Cause" aWn a varsity baseball player for three years alias volunteered his services to work with juvetille ehnquents together Alyce and Bubta intend to: *Restructure SC via a binding uaudetit vote on alternatives *lt'lh~ br si tident rights before the Si ate Legislature and RLIirti ot Regents *Preseni ,rkahlc alternit "es to students p rc~uiar tuttice hours and hold open meetings ~,th ~t ticlent *Aggressi~elv recruit SC cabinet niembers elustilute student ombudsman Greg 'herman is probably the most qualified penot~ to ever run or treasurer at LI F \ot only is he the incumbent treasurer ,ho did not use his ottkc or a political stepping stone. but Greg has served in nan~ other positions and has achieved many acc~rnplishmcnts br Florida students. onipare Greg's record as *(oordinaor. Activity and Service Fee Committee *Board ot directors, Student Credit Union *L]ni'ersmty Budget Committee member and member of the Union Board ot Managers *Drector Gator Loan Fund and student senator Again. Greg is uniquely qualified, as his accomplishments prove: *Founder of the Florida Turnpike Toll discount program *Egablshed the Business Administration College Council *Recognized as an extremely stude~it oriented and accessible meniber of SC by Honor Court report. II re-elected. Sherman pledges these realistic proposals: *Publtsh the state audit eFollow up the exammatioi of infirmary service Continue student services such as expanding child day care lacibties Work to insure continued student control over the activity and service fee eFirpand money saving programs for studetits *Continue to be accessible and responsive to students. Ben Ayres is also uniquely qualified to serve as chancellor on the Florida Student Party ticket. His service is both within and beyond the realm of the Honor Court. Compare Bens record: *Honor Court attorney general's staff *Honor Court Bar Association .Secntary. Board of College Coundis *Vietnm veteran *Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau lie is also a recognited leader and storker in the school, a' .Iohn Marshall Bar Asotiation treasurer-elect *Feature editor. Ihe Verdict *Co-edtcr. [ai. Center Ne*s .Phi Delta Phi legal traternitv As Chancellor of the Honor Court. Hen pledges the lollosting tar students: *Work for non-partisan judiciary elections *Open judiciary proceedings at the trial level *Protecl the identity ol students under investigation *Wurk to increase a. areness of the Honor Code and the tunetton of the Honor Court Finally. Florida Student Party's candidate for chiet justice of the Traffic Court. Rob Lindgren, is the only qualified candidate for the office Sobs record is based on years of work -not recent appoint men t S Compare Bob's record. *Associate justice of the Traffic Court and deputy chief rustic. *Student senator .50 cabinet director eMeniber of Parking and Transportation Comnittee *Envronmental Action Group-director of transportation Compare his accomplishments: *Established and chain the Traffic Court of Appeals *Established the Cii, City-Tanglewood bu, route initiated the partial closing of the inner campus to traffic *Increased parking on Sorority Row As Chief justice, Bob knows how and where to go to: *Improve existing transportation aExpand parking facilities and emphasize student safety eModerate oveeselling of parking decals eWork to close the inner campus to automobilesflorid. Student Party asks that you compare the records of the candidates ib,' the various offices. Note closely their records ot accomplishment and consider who will actually come through with their campaign promises. FSP doesn't o&r a pie-In-the-sky" platlbrm but rather cue which is realistic. For, an unrealistic platfonn is action we don't neal. Alyce. Bubba. Greg. Ben. Bob and the rest of florida Student Party need your vote and your support on April 16. Show Harris you care DITOR, his is directed tards the entire student ot [IF 'at least to those I you that can read and are Irmight enough to cornrehend). On Wednesday, April 9. ar4iall Hams a member of he Board of Regents) 'till be )fl campus to talk to incrested students and faculty. Ibis tall be his tint official sit to tIF since joining the egenis and all students will have he opportunity of walkingg to him face-to-face at Iii in the J. Wayi~e Ret. Itiion Cafeteria, while faculty md 'tafl may nicet hiss at ?.ItIln, in the ucced floor ballroom. I tent to urge MI students to show up at tlseue meetings to danoarat. a 'ho, of concern and Uruugib in opj~niq the tapccmulisg tuition hikes and major thud (Lit' lit BE rUin sad If nnly a handful of ndsnts ~hoed up. We can eady get ~~(flI students out cc the Ias.n br a Herbie Mann concert, and another JAW t@ Siwil. b.r hbflS.fl Mew *atch 30 or so people run around naked, but hoi. many of you ore.mIling totake a hail an hour out at your study-party time to make a stand for your on education? The members at the regents. the Florida Legislature, and Coy. Askew are a bit out of touch 'ith the reality that taces our institution, and need a little help in seeing the light. Their efforts at cutting the tat oil' are analagous to a brain surgeon using Paul Bunyan's ax. or a barber using a Ian moser instead of clippers. Organizations like Students Against Cutbacks Ste pUt. but think of the e&ct that SOS students (less than onefilth of the total enrollment) ctmmned into the cafttena penciling fund cuts and the like would hen upon those with the po.tr to change such atrocities. How many of you out there wouldn't just love the chance to ask~ Why our fees till be going up; 'thy classes till be more crowded: 'thy our Gay MnM M*C~ Ed,'o' tie kgb WISw' .5Tom SAmd.t ta Nv. MW' library can't even buy books; by teachers are being cut: i.Iiy our labs are so lull: i.by students are taking courses in dorm basements; why the I Iniversitys accreditation is in jeopardy. 'hy i.e niust swelter during the hot weather trying to study; why '.e have a Student Infirmary built for 6.~ students attempting to serve a mere 28.~: and 'thy there is a good chance that students will be forced to attend school in the summer to save money"? IF THE STUDENTS of this campus do not sho, up and make their nove the,, givet, this ideal opportunity. then the problems and miseisbie conditions that till undoubtedly come in the tail are ~cll deservedIf s.c. as students. (supposedly the enlightened generatiOfl~ cannot stand up for our own educatloil. instead ci dismissing it as inevitable like mindless sheep. then ho. can i.e possibly expect othen to? Perhaps. in this case, the cuts ,umll be justified. Remember Ibis is our educatiOn that is being slashed, and no one else's. Be there. Wednesday April 9 at 8p.m. in the cafeteria and prot0t ft an orderly. civilized manner. asking questions and letting a shot. of numbers speak loudest Lets show the itOtC that "C. IHE sFUDF.NIS. itill not stand or ii .in' niore. Mark %Sutton lAS Na XatmmIr: if-we'd h.sd Ashidaw aid, we WMM be muds hnvcr (~i this. .r The Independent Florida Alligator

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P.9.IC, lh. Ind.p.nd.M Rcddm AIIIMo,.W.dn.Sy. M9dI9 Iqli WHAT'R11 A PPE1~ INC By TOM VEENSTRA Alligator Staff Write JAZZ BAND: The UF Jan Band .,ll pertbrm Thursday at 22:30 p.m. at the J. Wayne Rein Union Colannade as part of the Celebration program sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) and the Union. GATOR SKI CLUB: Ski freaks are invited tonight to the clUb's membership drive fbi the upcoming tournament. The club will meeting room 118 of the Union from 7 to 8:30. For more infornntion cofitid Steve Tmupe at 372-5235. UNION MOVIE: "Father Psochali" will be shown apart of "Celebration' by ODK and the Union tonight at 7:30 and 9 p.m. in the Union auditorium. DADMINTON CLUb Interested studesits and faculty may join the badminton club at a meeting tonight from 7 to II at the south aid of Florid. Gym. For further information contact Dave Zarco at 392-7228. S.T.A.Ra Star Trek Association tbr Revival invites anyone interested in the group to attend its meetings Thursdays from Sto? p.m. at the Towers TV roOm. For mon inhutnation call Mark Grover at 392-8784. GUEST SPEAKERS John P. SullIvan will speak on Horace and Ptopertitus: Another literary Feud' -gun of the classics department Thursday at 8 p.m. woos 117 Uttle Halt. LECTURE AND DISCUSSION: "Judaism and Sex will be the topic of discussion at the Hillel Foundation. 16 NW 15th St., tonight at ft TRANSCENDENTAL MEDITATION. A lecture sponsored by the lnterntioa.l Meditation Society on the effects of trapsoendental meditation ii open to the public at 8 tonight in McCarty Auditorium. For more ntrmation contact Barbi Bordeaux at 4952654. MOVIE, Aren't We Wonderftl?" -a Gernun film with English subtitleswill be shown Thursday at 7:30p.m. in roonh ISOBof the Architecture and Fine Arts complex as part of the German language tUrn series. ILOODMOBILE, The Civitan Regional Blood Center mobile will be taking donations and offering free blood typing Thursday at the Plaza of the America from 9a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For further information call Chris Fey at 377-6906. Pt SIGMA ALPHA, The National Political Science Honor Society will recruit new members at its Thursday meeting at 3:30 p.m. in room 102 Peabody Hall. SACK STUDENTS, Grams and activities meetings for Black Student Assembly will be tonight at 7 p.m. at Bryan Hall. For mere information contact Dean Joyce Taylor at 392-1261. LAMUDA GAMMA PHI: UF Chapter of the pee-veterinary club will meet tonight at 7 in room 211 of the Mechanical Engineering Building. For further information call 3729631 or 377.2395. JUDO aun The Judo club is looking for new members for spring quarter. Meetings are open to spectators each Tuesday and Thursday from ito 9p.m. at the south end .1 florida Gym. NI CIII. National Psycholo~ Honor Society will meet tonight at & in r~m 151 of the Psychology Building. New members are welcome. OUCLE Ki Circle K will meet Thursday at 6 p.m. in roan SOC of the Unlee. Fot meet isbmmatlon nfl the Circle K office. 392.167t AUDITIONS: Tryouts for the howardRawlings Dry Cellar will be Thursday at S p.m. in the Rawliap lobby. For more mformation call 392-9202. CONnATe The UF Simulated Combat at will meet tonight at 7 in room 347 of the Union. Anyone interested ii welcome. For more information call 378-3434. STUDENT SUPPER. Food for UP's famished students will be given out at the University United Methodist Church. 1320 W. University Avenue, at 6 tonight. Donation is SI. 11 PROGRAMS IN SAMSON IF YOU MISSED RECRUITMENT IT'S NOT TOO LATE TOSIGN UP& VOLUNTEER CALL OH COME BY THE SAMSOM OFFICE 3921608 308 HEITZ UNION AS As tie hc~y becomM more reslpd 4 n.E& ~SS OM~QW~ Our n~ I ranscendefliat MC(l'Iatwo oxygen 'nt~kc qrea1~ ,ijcod OdlIdliflo d IO~O. Of el jeeOer than sieso Alter hA re.t.uI.o,, Ine 5 ~LJcker 'i.dqLdIIiiO ,t .tvypw cI~ae, mnd flit)~( vod rornd'nalmon m.d ar d htKIv Inn 'nt ea~ed eqq~.t.nt V '0 Lt[L eAicn dnit 4~loranre tAUGuI Sy MASSH M~$4 YOGI YI lip deep rest gained Prom le* mifluigs U' Tramcendeniah MedhaiFor, twice dai4v vOvidSt he toundaico or more eflefoelIc successful lie dynamic action from deep rest ~lu LEClUK TO$IIGIIV Wed. 4.11 9 S p.m. McCady AudleuIum Everyone Welcome INYUMAJIOUAL TA1IOH loamy P.O. kx lUll oa.iII. N. 3104 THIS IS A Do not, Irq donor 3 dthead on the bottom of page 151 LII'S SE REALISTIC ~d Pal Mv Pod Ice by k .iwaAuM ?fAS~,US #. -J~ .~i -* ~-tt, 'I ..r. -~ps.tp *i~ ~44t~~ ~ ',rss*tt *flWt. I S &~ttSt*4I S bS*S dtA~t.*AJse U4W5% ASKS #1783 ORDER I.

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lb. r ** ** ** ** *** *** ** CeOeb4afLo~ sponsored by bitt Union ed .April 9 Aprll7-12 00K and the LUNCH Noon Movie, 7:00, iurs~ April ., April 1, AprIl 10 II 12 I. Wayne BOX THEAtER 'Pettier Pancholi 1:30 UNIVIRSIrY BAND 12:30 p.m. JAZZ DOATE 1EM~ EXHIBIllON Noon RW4AISSANCE ENSEMBLE 8:15 p.m. TAlENT SHOW 9:30 p.m. ART EXHIBITION A SALE 10:00 o.m. -6:00 p.m. ** ** *** ** **** ** ** AR SUCH 00 ROOM WNCI4ICN SPECIAL 1019 AND SALAD BAR AcM. 9 A INDIAN DANCE? HIUIIMAN Spon.o.wd by the J. Woyne Rob: Union, Asian Studi. Dnnnm.nt, Public Functions and he An, and Sciences Student Council An Indian dance performance featuring three traditional cultural dances will be presented In the i. WoyreReifr Union Saloon, otB:lSp.n,. on April 18. Aniali the performer will b. giving her first perlormance 'n the Southeastern United States. INDIAN DINNER In coordination with th. dance performance, the J. Wayne Reift Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian cuisine. The dinner will precede the performance ond will give people an opportunity to become acquainted wit food and music of India. Mission is free, howeverthose attending he Indian dinner will get reserved seating. Reserved seots for the dance performance will be made available to thos, attending the dinner. Tickets ore $400 for U of F students, $5.50 for nonstudents. Beginning AprI 7, tIckets will be on sole at the University Box Office (Conan. Theatre) mm 12:00 to 4.30 p.m., Men, through Fri. No tickets will be available at the door. Phone 392-1653 for rearvotions. PATHU PANCHALI -*1.50 This is the first part of Satyojil Ray's chronicle of a Bengali family and the bay Apu. The story deals mainly with Apt/s father and his struggle to support his family in their ancestral village. largely The performances from non-professional cast the are outstanding. Especially notable is the acting of Chunibala Devi as the aging aunt. In Bengali with English sub-titles. WED., APRIL 2ND FLOOR d 041St OdWIS ev.nt In Texas In 1969. thIs is helrve.ocaa Soey ala young mother who helps ler hu~md acap~ frail ~1g so they may Ucue t ~ fra~ I~ylwibuy adoption. The 'Cflcounhvy ~rmuP dime fugitive couple and heir hiladsd Ten State peNce car make for 0 high a mImes. Seuning Gold. Mown and Sen olin son. THURS APRIL 10-7:00: 9:30 FRI.ASAT. APRIL 11812-5:00: 8:00:11:00 S 9-tOO; AIJO. 9.30 kin a c.rs c.,S wa. *AIiK 2 ~ S NS ~LJC 00 ~jU Cody 520 L~ S'tjder' 'S 122 ~ ~~Qn SPSA.nt~ COST Su*ViY Mofl ,ii 4Jun* 2 7 30-' 30 p F" IN 5Th U' 'S undo 0.rW $20 ~ 576 ~ Non Sti deni s-a-V Moe Apr.I I&AAy 5 7*9 'Op in IflSMUCO Virg.nJ. Sod.'ce s cc NO' Sludeflit -'AA. Nov 2 7*9 Up in -'-C"-5~ew MWA V Comnucn. -gn nine' Mon Ar.I IL June iNSTRUCTS Linde ~rl~ S~SO0SIid.nI, JEwcYco-mucIw~ In -r n' 0I* u.i A0tI IS. F.'* 3 7209 3Op'~ INSTRUCTS L",dO Oor~ Its ~ 1%d.nt, 124 ~ Non Sdr~ -CAST. flwn 4d1 it kn.5 2 O4e~ a 'N-u'.4~* ~It* 04w NonSMen is Twa y IS.b-w~ 'S*SpwL -N--pu-an MS~.t.ed.w. S9~3e .t a-a-NON CREDIT COURSES R~irroNon lot oil wor**Io9 and l.sonwiIl o1. plac, in Room 3~fmm9:O0o.mto4O0pn., Ma.ch3I SfoghApril II Student., loc~lIy ond ulafl n.snb.n and theIr ~omn. will hove priority For l.on .nmllma.9 from Mad, S Ibmogh 411 4. aily ofnr this firn. will regiflhlon b. open to oliw p.t.a. Des. ho price and r.gI*dllon dlff.moIIois, it will 6. n.c.fory that each penon corn. to mgisn with appwopuiat. idmfllfIcoIton. Enrollment for individual clan. is llniwd and, tiwdo., -a fist-corn., I ivst-s.rv.d boat. P.noo. may only itola. for bcoo.e reglmflhlon for all wo4~tops and i.c.n I. llnuit.d, we m.j.t coneld., yoor decision to nhDjI final by 400 p.m. the woMn day pr.c.dlng th. fist .ch.dohd ci. Refund. will only be mad. under twee circumanca cIAIV WIT 0t@*7. ~C AlT 0 OS$M SS~UY Tn. Aoi l5Mo~27 Tnt 4d I$M 27 7*5 'Op m 7 ',tsauctoa INSIUC VS O4h~ S. Mullen $h5~Sft.MfiI. $IOfI4flt 52O~Non Su4.n$. IIS~Ns.bldnI Thgvt 4.1, 'May 29 iN Sit U C 0--k-iSi~inSd.nn 5IS00Nocttu~n a.ocov S wet 4.4' ibMoy i 59* pm -mu'-4 C~*~ Si~wIudsa titaN.,, lM.n Nw4inn SMUO -41*1 4Moy 2 759-Upemucn 0.~~~. SlauSudS.,t $1500 No, Std.ni, o rum ~ -Tue A~.i I.M.~ 2' '.59 U, et -C-NN~ sI~~~e set IO."ic O.t.nia9 I Thwt h9di ItM.Y29 'Sq 30 p.m an -$ ttU Swd.nis -, 4$ I~MM in "'situ',i.e stausaudefiw 115 *ud.nIs NV. Sits-Jo *agnhT -b-oak. (fldr.I.l wed 4e11 t~My 2t TuahrI tSMs~27 'sq. 7 **Sp -.iSIUuCfl -mu'-Mcnt SIC ~Su4.aIi S's WNonS$uM.1. 5I5~Non S'ud.nh. FLOWN A**MdIO PMfl1WG Wed April I~Moy2S Thwt Ar' i~Meyfl 30.~ aOp *NSTRUCIC* INSThUCW in' SucMCfion &i1 5CICdI ilO~1,udfl $lO~Std*fl$. $15 ~ Non Std.nt. 51$ WNou, S*UdrI~ S soc N LVAL Thw~ A.d i)~May 29 ~ '~ -~ ~ ~ INStftUCfl 'NS1UUCfl $i~~Std.nt tT5~Non )udrn SIS~NCnSIudnt C-.' lun An SMoy 27 5* Up in '"situ"Mkko.~ SiO~Stdris 515 CONofl-StdmI. 0C$N W.d Aped 4Mev" 7 20*30p it, iNSUCVS M'ch.~ Son RIO ~Siud.ni. *isoo NC'i*u&qd~ ceo'.-. Wed Aced 'bM 2* ~ 309 'Op n, N Situ' IS Ajic. Su.yd.r 57 W$%d.n*. lid 00Non Student. aWed 41*' 14M.fl9 7 54-flp 'U '"SIlt"MICN.0. $I~tStd.nt Thiv. 4.41 17.Mey 29 000cm 12Noon ,rnT*tJCTo. Sc*. 4 ckw, me IlOCOStudonis $15 OONe., ejd.nn YOGA I Tue AFIi iS-May 27 tO ace 2 no-i I,4smucn *4* ft*flhl*** sic Mud.nl. StS~00Nce Shd.n,. a ~\p IsYolirs 4 A CAREER FAIR FOR WOMEN April 1& 1975 J.WoyneReltz Union Sponsored by the Division of Students Affairs Homemade Soup Make Your Own Fresh Green Salad Choke .4 Dremlngs Condiments Fresh Sliced Brood Coffee or too Served Monday through Friday 11:30a.m. to 1:3O~m. SUGARLAND EXPRESS

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~n. 12.1%. Md~.&sW IbM. AIftg.r. W.de.dsy. ,pa,. 3975 C ( IassUPcds 376-4446 A tL~~ llS7,j~v. Au. SSIFIE FOR SALE S. ik. 75 super l,,k., 0$ Sup.' Bik., inc 075 .I.ct,'c hon MO Norton 52795, 975 0TH-tO DucoF $2550. 9fl Mesa Ouar, 8504 52675 Now 1974 850 Notion $2405, Used IVfl 750 *yomoho SI l~ lq?3 7 0 Nancy need. work $9~ *4u1 pint. ond ieryic. for olnioti oIl motoycyclet Surer Bikes, Inc 34th 5 ~% Aqrh.r Rd 377600) (oSt06-c Stood new I-I ~ndu'o or Ntk ~owosoki $550 Stereo C.arrord turn9o~le r.c.,v ~peahtats 4 n. $190 coil 378SUA 0 St )~p) raauuom(eRM i;flUfll(sflH*I 1:15 tiC ALL NEW ThE FOUR h)MUSKEFEEI S JEC~NICOLO' PRINTS BY DELUXE C NW IMI STUNT ~I2:tO AdO 6:00 7:48 9:rn 23rd SOULEVAUCi I Xwasneverlikethlu. S suIaoEANDcRISISItnvtEIION 37t1A44 SERViCE N h. FOE SALE beautiful mok* lovboy draw., dt.st and mirror I.e I IA)? nw 6 p1 or roil 373-3616 also oabog .oI. so.,,. od d,.n. coping uip. odc~ and ends 054 or sal. ratn n 0 classical guitar with hnd.h.Jl case must .~~ifi~* $325 las it ot 2715 pt. iii, ploce rrornir% only 0 5, '06 p) or %O~. flula caSi*fle player wili' ~peok.r, arid two Opel wrecked rot before could nitoll $65 or bess ofl.,. 373 2684 .cofl one, a54 IO-p) Weddyg Bonds. & Evigogemeni Rings Jroditionol or cantamporory designs of your choir. Handmade for ir~dvduoIs who wvnt ik. best Orginol work by SouII~ S [coding Artist Most. Cold Smith ovid (opidut Linconditionol Guwontee OZZIE By opointrn*nt only 373-3894 a dQt oap~ meat sow bond sow lype and nuect ground asking fo. U~ jo' both call 392-6702 framfl pm a ipo, or 0~ISI2 oft., ton, ond out for dove cO-IM'0 yamaha 250 enduro Ve. and din .~UiP O~O~ Or getting around ,chool coil .n 'he afternoon o~ or oulondo I', yr old roncTet. 3 b bath house n Fairbanks sIeve and ref. on ii acre hot 23 6C0392-06458-S 3fl-CSS after 6 a-Si 06-p~ *or jole ,woeOlneor s@ec&erl ow boy rodel 6 nos ohd lye. toy 'peak. Iyslrn coil 377 87)4 otter 6r. e~00 0-54 l06-p~ Domm size r.fnigerato lke nw coii man after ~n. o~l-p) 2ouorr )2,n sisended range speakers in nire big herd rode rob.n.ts w louvered grilt lack and ,ound great 5I~ coIl 373 Zfl a-Sf-IW-p) Custom ~onda 350 Hog rear end, r over witI, dual Ugh,,, ate. g.m miles, asking $650 or bet oth, Call 3)S-0~70 oft 5 ~ (0 l~-I0-p) *.nd.r mustono *h.c*ic *kin A hordthelh cose esceileni ceodlion call 3737954 (0 5-lOS-p) Maps IS 'peed racer 24 oIl olloy co.'y derail very light musS sell morning. and eves 373 07W $165 (a-)-10) G~ SOUNO All plan. equip weaker. 60 watt I pent eh lfiflW pJ Al bolt drive ii l~ amplifier call 37S~50 nfl., 5 ~ (oSI-IW-pI beoutfuh nople lowboy drawer chat mirror 4)7 nw 6 p1 DS-36)6 also gorooctol. this 4,, -. S sun. some address Carping sruf amps books n-St 106p) For tale soot. 26 inch roan's I.,, 'peed brryrh. greet condition $50 or best ofler Coji shanty otOfl 4459 aft. S ~ oko' r.~ to real d.ck ploys gte., wont record w npptou 25 apes $l~ ~-0 ParIn, rod + 80 lb dacron 55 remington elect' C mcd 6)' like new SI ~ 373-7785 ia-Sf107-p) 2 bedroom mobil. hon. emnd@bI* living roon, I boy window russ sos to a~@re(iote becotiful por,.hiinh S shag rorpet 372-4237 (0-71-10.0) vc uet.c sytem with .aken. new kodak 35mn, catnero. yathico 35mm with flash, woterbed wt$, ya.,,eA line, roll and make offer ~24246 (o-S-)0. 0) Has. gurtor Guild sIerfIre with, one pickup Cherry red with hedsMhl ems very good condition 5150 call Sfl-5"O lo)-I08 p) or 'ale tchwnn varuily 27 boys 10 speed with g.,.rato, its and book rock good rond.hion coil 373-5234 175 0-) lTM-p) Peony PA system s.,i.Sin or best offer coil Jfl-204 a. 37S4563 0-409 p) Peiri ft 2 35 rrm cansero .ec.h5.nt condition SNot b ofl. coil PUS or 373-9t~ after S-rn (oa-)09-.) 10 rnonlh old kefty bech~eck he b.ge. in sscck tans $50. and c be reached -lflfl ask let SeMi, a.t.m a-aIfSrnofrl.hem. 12mSr 'enrol he avail to well carpet kenr.ne dryer 2 bedrooms *tCeIlefl4 C lien leftS) call 371-4449 to.7t.I0.) etch 'tea 4 inter lee d.elgnars-MaylMs .d~.a. S. dse& *" u 14 nfl -39240 ee.iie (e.&-109.I I., sale-IWO 'stay .n. eacell funning coadiFon. Ilk. new three, fn camosse lv.,., SW-tel' Peg. s 372-724 o-)-lO#l I., soler*idpe.aer 5~U93 gad cc-flea gre. foe Seem or race. cell Mike 371.fIO .-)-IW.) y.HAI7kc dirtS, in egcellen. canS, Ne $eced w, site garbeek Cell 'O0~ turns-S pece4 nlgienci.bla Iedw.re. Cam* ecceah se.J7S.0 loS-lw.) GlUt PIW4MO Like view Seem bike fete, cwd~n. beck reck 168 -bes offer Cell na. o*eq 60 f a. 5. S $GP #tsEA4 FREE FriApril 11 CONCERTS 800pm C Friley Creek Sat.,April 12 800pm C Stix River Rounders at ROTC DRILL FIELD C t 2

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lndep.ne.,,s.,4g AMlgat Wednaday Ai1I9 1975 P. II ALLIGATOR jIKE'S hoI(0Cw -"P.S TobacCO Shop ~0vvn~Owfl SF joiSt A~LE ~~MMATE ME Di C to ihor ~uolity apt en l0~ vo !Lr Own rot '0 tCnn!~ tour?. cit 13 o month !,n*rn~hd 376~O99 lb St 106 OWN B~M in korise $60 per ,nonih roll 377-8462 o' Call ls, at 372 92B I tome by 4546 ow 3 ii ~ed tyd VOL. will hove 4 lb St 06,, own room $6 lii wiik or pooh hound d~b woth. orion shop~in~ anr teat 'k's' ineroiron vi hinge 3*61 ,w 2 ov No 250 call VS2~ Mole b 5' 37 p1 *emol. roommate votedd Shore 2 bedroorr roil., with lemnIe 8 mo nid child Located I 'ii west dO Ite $55 per no inciud. ati lirsi & lout ma reni no d.pos.t ccli 472 2070 alter S 00 hr 09 nc) deti,. to sublet I ~ opI ,n hawnion vi log. $105 Furnished mr',edoial y call 373-nSA lb 54 ICE p1 one o two lernoli,. needed to share ig 2 bedoom townhouse $30 month ,t 2 girl, Pooh oc 2 grec. oar,., Come tv lnndnok No 9 o, call 373 9397 b 3t N.ed Female roornole. to bore 2 hr 2toh turn op. Country Gardens cio.e in med Cefitef $SOo mo or $I'S own roar,, 3~'fl lb St Op) I 0. 2 girl, to Oa,. French ~t 2 bedim for swnrne. $2M ,un'n hotol split 2 or .3 woy.cheoplIS7lflporrp ib~ 109 BROWARORAWUNOS Audflens hr by Celia, ednA. wits be .S.aI.wn. N pw .stead, ,bIAWIJNaS hMy Apt IOU tSps. Th. Cbs. family invites you to enioy oultset*c Chin., food oh reomonoble prices O~o tot lunch Monday bra II ~ to 2 ~ dinner Mondoy Iwo thursday S ~ o900 p rI Erdoy rind Saturday sr.o 000 pri' LUNCH 5PECIA~ $1 25 OWIMA Pt ST(IUPt 'N 1720 W. University Ave 12 A 377-4655 COMING SOON 00K TALENT SHOW 910P.M. FRI-APIIL lid, AT THE RAT FEATURING COMEDY-SKITU. SINGING-ANYTHING P9213 AWARDED PU smuuu u igmi CALL JOf 376-701a, RICK* 116221, RICK -3736824 I ~icmu LIV' FREE stile LAST DAY AT THERAT -'a. 6 DEAD rt t. I LEWIS j~eIqc~9~w CLASS RINGS qan&aa WATCH RWMRS flW, univ~S'y Ave 372-AIM S tr 0 7 ~ ~Ot SAC ~ I all ~fl !~LIi ~cek ot Apr'i Ire, I i',i, ''pp fl!i Ste. it 342 3028 178 812 ii Sr 09 p F o' Peor br '4e ode',, house tree, C., '0 urrpi~$t5~ rionti, cii 'tIter S 733 1~ Jr l~ 5 0 ii h ~c'enned l~r~ IN 34&) i7~ hIJO 377 5232 It, Ai S p nrQi, }pr or 2 9 '''r horn (0'!rpus 0!' ,prv'rp $150 ,*,niIt, I 7{~ SW 43 aye 764106 392 1540 'b5i I3T p1 2 h'~ l',rr, shed 'jrl c.r qu'et NE ieri'0'' ,',blei $170 per '''oath roll 377 ?51$ 'r' St 07 p PCfi)M ~c* PENT ho 'AC *n Os section 'Or qe tprred ho' k yard peis -chrome all Jor_ r;fi,~ 6p'n 377 53254 h St 06. p1 ~dE (AN HELP ~OU FIND A HOME CQ APAPIMINI Joel 8r 'd0es, Peolto, 404 iW Ark aVenue 3776700 '~ 51104 'i8f~AL -Cieor, Ferrolo a shore room V scoyn 153 75 i $25 deposit Call 3783157 'bsi 10701 'bercil !)or,,mcip to shore 26. opt a orper'ri9 d'O, .nsher olker ertrai r',r'd'oie avotiob' liv $90v',o i alit all pcI 373 7026 it, At ~ ph en BP 'n Townhouse Subleoss to i}eq'n *''i'' ed Pro, oted rorti tar AprI ihru o ,~me t',, ntr SilO mc All ulil rr,'d '4nor ampus 78 915 lb I l06pl ne ''oar'. n 4 hwdroom lnwr+ouse one h'od t'orr', IL" Fj!n olor iv poo1 or 'Xi r,'on 1721360 itt 3t IDE 0) a, 2 pm 'oorraies wanted for sunrn.r hose $48 or 2 196 for 0Cbcr, do 'I tow nio'd loin, torn IL '(Ot'CrU api I I ~, cali 373 5398 lb St I '07 p rtdr."t' Pr !o i!!,re ii ~oIL to rorrpus i;.n, 'ip re,, H '' pool 1120 mo ,r'!vetmt~ "flis 1924 'n~ Ark ccc No Jot s-p ri !t~ >~I~ ut ar'yt'rn lb S~ til I> Fo,~enrt)aio' I &dr~,' apt w'th 'a'' pir'tior '~i P~ 6, s'~n lot $138 ma p ''' ~i39 j, 376672C Si 11Cr' 4 Ic,' ,u',le 'neil' 9 $'iJ I 3 ''r'i'i'es (nit h 1 !yo 672(1 K St 110 K 158 IA ~YD r.'ie~ yssybvr MC~i'th K M g V. I'' $44~ Phone 378 V 2' 'tOp! 4 I t~'~ 'oq''eho'''e liD ,r'on inch I me >i' br' l7~ 6759 'b 31 llOi' u(\ 'MA l( 7A'.l F She's 2 bed opt rn o j ho ~e $V uo. ~,t'l't'e, ~. 2nd g.e -?'h %t jir ler'y otter 5~n, 377 9537 ildeniL 'K St I SOMMEP SUBLET I tedr opt I block tram O*i'I!A See l'qerl boil Iron' your hedroo"' I $ SC pU p led, C Coil 370 6533 lb II IlOpi en' Is .oo'r"t}lC to ~toe urnishad bror'dr on opts oil pam oiler 7pm ol 3t~AC65 b St I'Op' __________ 2ior 90 bedioorin I *'ik privote balk etef miudious type House Very nice I5 trorfl Ofl'puS by bike at roll 65-70 I j~s I 3 t'l'iy Jorge VS 6576 1631 I 0 SIw,* modern 4 bedrrn townboua fully equipped 4osbel dryer sic April reni Free 17250 month 4 I S al'1 M, 3" 8414 bS. hOp1 frOOAAMATt WANTEb, role or (errol. to skote iwo bedroom -~ OAK buST LengTh of nov and p.c. negotiable 37' 7365 lb M I hO-p} rOOM 0' ~ 6875 .ilil iv Phi NW 4th ove 3784869 air conditioned lb St I ( ~& VITO '*0' C "4 C -U *U' fiLL *IA~~ *flflhhI 3 Ac.d.u.y Aw~,d NouIncIIon. C ELLEN BL.flS1YN KRIS KRIS1OFFERSON a is 3 30 748 pG CLASSIC Fl EDS FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT 47 t 12 M H on he, t11 It. / I "irk eni a! r heat I,,, ''bed a, je turniked air bondrt!on.d 'robii. I ~v~nq P ~, 9 A *rr flyj ,Uto .v, 'tK ~ amp Ii lnn~p' i binr oars 1165 hor.,. at ross ram rumpus $140 per rott,,,, in, good ~ofe troler jor~ ,, i~,si .'risi 372 SaIl otis, S 30Y5 R213 '''anti, $AOd.posui 3fl~40 lb 3,110 very ocod nnd,,,on A 350 or ne~i oti~i ii 109 by owner Coil oh,' 5PM ni h~i0.5 AM t'd'm iNfl ci,, 'oommote needed inned $60 no '00"' ''Fe needed to bore 2 Monday to Friday in St 113,, hfl)~~]! on V!llng, No 124 $~2 50 3 ,,iI.,,*, own oar, ci large 3 FOR RENT bi~t!ps 9171583 1k54 l0O~ hdiboute~ blocktronicorrpusoood %omciP needed tr, born Teqry lb lO-p~ Two roomouh, wonred Ia, hone r, rdrw,,,. ~pl 3 ~ior iron, (on! pu' large yard a ~i 'rt 0!~~ 'reirr 'r,,ots ttjden, I'", 377 5Q0~ it, WAn TIu pletel,, furnished $75 inn ~o ense 'ii It 109 i~~L -"0 &r~ -&.-. ~ ~ ~!~} !~r!Sr iAj 'ii TN~ES MOAE ~O SEE WIN p., c-lily --4% TV Ch.fl@ClI, A werner ct,,nnel, U Ph News, New yo.k Stock E tchoge, I ~M shatlop. on TV C It. edCFMWIdAM ,t.*lont On the ~ -cm urowi cai ca mc mN.MPJN ST. 4:00 6:00 8:00 10:00 ('p N.uy,1n.d f.r II Ac.d.n.y Aw.M. I -yarn as ma a S Mt mu annum liatchers Jewelers ii LW. A. nS4m !SSHINRYU KARATE SEMINAR GoinmyIlle High School G~mnoSum AprIl 12,1975 7t9 p.m. Donafiop faa Under 12: $1. 3:30 7:00 9:30 one remol. wonted to share 3 bdr op. o,'e hundred a 'ion* matter bedroom, '~ody ,lar~r deitro oh 37~ 00 Ic S. h06~j ~emahe Roomna,. Wonted Sort'ng Moy I l/.hioge Park Apts 00' SW 161i A~. Apt 9 CoIl 372004, IC 54 l~pl Qocmnate ~pe'ng quarter 2bdr air, pO0L et( (10,. In tarnpul the arid '"ark '$5800 ijtiItiei~ coil 3~ I 239 ask to, Bob Sill or Steve Ic 5' I Oh Aole roommate needed a thor. rerI of '40 bedroom opt Quiet area $90 p.r *''onth a electric bill Viii se&I, it or (OIl 375 B388 doug Ic 3' l~-p~ smoke 'oomnote wonied April rent tree 67 50 4 util tie, share fun ~oti.s Sunday brunch at hrordy~.ine Opfl call 378 903 of,,, 6 (c-St ~ p) Wanted Someon, to shore 2s52, bedroom mobil, horn. Arredondo V' 1100. POol i~inJs courtS 565 4 '~ I it., Call Sill 373 7455 (C S.lO6-p) Need I roomniote own corn in 2 br townhouse diihwoijet. shag carp. ~5 'nonrhlij + 7 utilities, A~rII rent Eve, coil 373-4537 keep trying Ic-St lO-~) flWITiiVtR Top price. paid *or clan rings old SweIry. .c confid.(,t.ol. Coil OZZIE 373 3894 C Need I roommate own room in tawnhois. d.ihwomh., shag carpet $9S mo.,hIly 4 '4 jtilihie,. April ren, he. co~l 373 4537 keep trying Si 06-p two mole roonmoes n.d.d for 4 hr op4 $80 ma '. utilti~ no + 525 a move in now coIl 3734045 (c-Si Need someone who ii oood 01 hotiVici and research $200 Hr ccjt en. alter 5pm 3729177 No IS CS. ~.p} ,,roIe roorrato wonted 67 95+ t'~ uhitihies brondwine apis K 95 2811 sw arch. ;d anytime after 2 ~ arid weekends (C 2, lonicol gutar coned nylon strings coil 435717 lc3, lOp) TEACHERS WANTED Entire West Midwest "".1 South Southwesl sock.,. Agency I 3C3 Control Ave NE Albuquerque, NM 87106 Bonded 'corned and Mnnhe' NAFA Our 28$, yeor r 3t I lop!

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No. 12. The I.d.,.de, N.M. Ahftg. W.6t~y. 4d19. fl75 ( Ia.siUIeds C 376-4446 jjv.Aa ssI IE ~FO1SALE See ph. 75 super bikes at Super Bikes. inc 975 oi.ctric stars 850 Norton 52795 975 GTH4O Oucoli 525~0 975 MotoOust, 830-I 12675 New 1Q74 850 Norton $2495, Used 973 750 yamaha Si t~ 1Q73 750 Norton need. work SOW plus ports and .rvyce for almost oIl I motorcycles Sup.' Bike. Inc 344) SW Arh.r Rd 3776901 (o5g 06-c Brand new I I Enduro 0. &V( kowomoki 1350 Stern Corra.d turnt&L. receiver w.okers top. 1190 colt 3fl-5814 a St la-p) (iMC~tI!XM9~ S 4. 1 WI Ufl2 U 115 9:10 ALL NEW ThE FOUR ~)MUSKF:rEE2S TiCHNICOLOR' PRINTS BY 01 LVKP 0 N.W 136, SmUT end 23rd SOULEVAID 2:10 4:10 6:00 7:45 t I Xwuu neVer the this S ~1COR SALE t.ouNul mOc~. Iovboy drowr ci,.,, and rynfro, 'e.g 14t7 nw 6 p1 or coil 37316)6 also gorge tale, tome address. chomping .~uip. od and ends or ,oJ. rnorl.n n 0 classical guild with hodsl,.ll case mull tocrif,. 5323 a It at 2715 flw dli, plot. mO.fliNp Only Ia St 106p) *o, sol. auto cassette ploy.' with ~peak.r. and ~vo tos wrecked ew bela. (ould *nstoIl, $65 or best offer, 373 2*14 nolt garner (0 St ~-p) Wedding Bond. 8 ingo.vnet Ring. Iroditionol or Contemporary desert of your choice Hondnod. for individual. who wont he best ~iginol work b~ South Leodrng Artist. Moss., Gold Sndh and Lopidis' uncond.ionol Cuoronte. OZZLI By opolntnueot only 37~-3894 10 4t-106-p} 'reel sow band sow typ, and me., ground o.k',,0 for $SWCO br both coil ~fl702frorneprn ye 4pm 0,05-1512 oft., 6pm ondoik fo, dave (00-lWPA70 yornaho 250 enduro street and dirt .~urp g.m for getting around wheel roll in H. afternoon -for oulondo 377-8795 (0 51 106-p} 1 w old cant,.,. 3 bi 4 botl, house ,n ~oirbonks w stove ord r.f, on acre lot 23.60 392-~45 8-5 374558 cIte. 6 I a St IO6-p) a. tal, two r.ct'IinOr wa&ets low boy Model 6 mos old tivee way 50.0k., wsterr, coil 377-VIA oft. ton, 6W~ io-5 lO6-p~ Dorm size r.lrig.rotor I.k. new call 39~4028 ofte. ~wn (o-)-l~-p~ 2ouom 2'., extended ronge weak. in mc. big hond-niod. cob.r,.n Louvered g.li look ovid 'ourid grot II~ coIl 373 20fl (a-54-lS-p) Cuslon, Honoc 350 I4og -end. 8' over with dual lIghuts. z.~, Sm miles, asking 5650 or het offer, Call 378-0370 oft 5 ~ (o-fl-IU-*) tender ,rustori~ *l.ctnlt .tt. a I ho.ds$eJI rose .ucell.ag t@odfti@vi cell 373-7954 0 Mans IS 'peed 'acer 24' oil alloy c0m~ derail ~e.y light mu~ sed morning. rd G~ SOUND All p.onflt equip peek.', 60 ~vons p.a& ecci, unla. pl *l belt drive ix I~ onpllfie. toll boo pie lowboy towe. ch. mirror 1417 nw 6 p1 P3-3616 also ~orogesol. hi. Fri -. 8 sun. wine nddrrns ronpin~ stuff lomps books Ins. l06p) For tale sears 26 inch inc.,. ten s.nd bicycle ~r.ot condiuioi $50 or best offer CoLl ihorry at 377-44S4 after S ~ (oSi IO7-p~ oko' eel to r.el deck ploys w.o$ want record woporox 25to. $I~ 9-0 peon w rod 80 b dacron 55 remrTigtori eeoc nod 6~ I like new 5I~ 373-flU 051lO7~) 2 bedroom mobile horn. e.pondohMe living roar., 8 bajr window muss see to o~oreciote beautiful panelling 8 shag carpet 3,2-4237 (o-7t-106-p) vc glerso syss.m with .p.o&m. new kOdak 35rnn. comero yashico 3&nM with flash *.o.rb.d w'tf, lton. line toll and 'nak. offer Sn-flee (o-S4-I~. p1 8055 guitar Guild siarfIr. wflh. one pickup Cherry ted with h.dsMll cme very good condition 1150 ccli 373-56W 0-) la-p) Ic. sole sdwvnn varsity 22' boys 0 .c.d with generobor llgbt and book rock good condition coil P3-Sfl' VS tO-s IO-p) Peony PA lynn' ~Os.i.u5dov bess offer colt 3fl-2049 or 378-6663 0-4lWp) Peri ft 2 35 flim comne.a eucallent condition 5~ or bass elf. call 37)4846 or 373-PlC after 5-un toSI.'P.~ 10 nmh old kelty bockeeck he biet in stock worA MC arid --readied -psSm mA ft. Jehn or Tom a-)190.y.obl*le.ye 12.51.1. central he. wall te well ImpS &.nmine *ytr 2 beeoms .c.llp condition 84S coil 3fl-09 (@-7t.IW.p) ortheecte 4 intent. dmJgnestde~4 in. .d~,ssa. e.g de~ a' C sc ~i -392W eflfliOfl I 4-10) 1.' sal.-WS the. von. eacellee, running csndl,.cn, lIke view tIle. brig. aenic tnt, US.0-C.ll twy S 372-nc (a-)-S) fel sole *e*idg.Se. 51*3 ped ~e. des., roes, coil (.)-lIO.,~ YMtAMAlflcc *tb&. .n *anllei is A. g.eb.e& Cal I 'em eArn. bS-8CI 1.-St.) Ii.) 'flee turns-S pc4 ~flqnbie hat. cn 4eec. S. Sfl.S0 io.St-110) 0181 PNY.INhD Like view SeWs bike Puke coral.,2 bach reek Nd -bet over Call P2-MW Mi. 60 a-aSUICIDE AND CRISIS INTERVENTION r it A AS A SERViCE UIUflfl S Sop 2 FREE S Fri.,April 11 Sat.,ApriI 12 Sti at x ROTC DRILL FIELD C CONCERTS 800pm C Friley Creek e 800pm River Rounders I.

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The "~~9*fl4tfl'P.crid. Milgar We4n.d.v Andit ItlS.in ~ MIKE'S -Pipes Tobacco Shop DownbWt~.F&. jilt -LEWIS ClASS RINGS q(MAd4OS WATCH RWMS aW unlnnhtv Ave. 372-4106 ~ r r4. -Yarn am 0 N p AM *u~IIU Hatcher's Jewelers Wv. A. Ni.419 B RO W MC RA WUN GS CCII J't 54O~ di toll !ei'y at in 9281 come by 4546 nw Ii I Ped h,'~6 iou w'il love 'I bSt 06 ph ownroorn$6111 ,'th nc pool 'ound d'iK wink,. across .ho~jr.ng (ci be,' it, Hawaiian lIngo 3461 ~w 2 av No 250 ur coil 370 2 Mole lb St 0? p1 Femol. roonirrole wanted Sharp 2 bedroOrT, lrcl.r 'If, emote & 4 nrro old child Located Il mi det of C, p'1 e $55 p., no includes oH 'I irst loll ma art no d.~os~t oil a72 2070 alter S ~ ft 09-nc des,,. to sublet bi opi .n hnwr,,,on vilioge $105 furnished rrnmed'otehy roil 373-NSA b Si COp) onco. two femolci needed to shore bedroon' townhouse $50 monilt .4 2 cult pool. or 2 greol root,, e~ Come by Foodjiork No Qcr coIl 373 9397 'b Ned femod. 00mw., to dare 2 4,' ThaqH furn a, Country Oordei's close to med cent., $590 mo or tile own root,, 3Z77~ b54 COpi I cr2 girls to 'hate french qi 2 bedrrtr or summer $295 StJrnner claP iphi 2 or 3 woys-ch.cp-378 ~I2Spor.,p '4,2109 Audocs hr Dry Cellar IA m&.Aoe wit. Mn .*dae.s$. If1., on Ia,.ad. kbEAWIJNOS h&byDqd )SStUp.m. The CM, fonjily evil. you to en1oy outh.,ttc ChIne., food a, sosonobie price. Open for lunch Monday thro Frvy. II ~ to 2 ~ dinner Mondoy I,.,., thurdov S ~ to 9 En p nr Frijoy and Soiwdoy, S V' to tO En p LUNCHSPFCAL $125 emma ~&ST~1UWK 1720 W. University Ave. t I A 377-4655 COMING SOON DDK TALENT SHOW 910P.M. FRI-APRIL 11th AT THE RAT FEATURING COMEDY-SKIT. UFuGhNG-ANflHING SIZES AWARDED mm ~mm aim u mint JOE -376-7018, RICK -NSIflID RICK373-k824 mum 101313 NIGHT DFTHE LIV' 6 DEAD FREE 9~ii LAST DAY AT THE RAT p Ho' '~e I bath screened F'O'' K '''dry 240 r,','Th lSte NE I irK Icr' 72 34&) PR 7430 7? 5 32 lb At ITO p n'Qe opt ,or 2 5 nil~!r horn camps,, air nod,' ,, I ,,i'ii,.~ rrhon, liners nro'd ~e $150 rr'o,,it, 1708 SW 43 cve 3764396 392 1540 'b St Ia' p1 2 Or' 1''rn '~bed opt n'r ~u'eI NE ecto.~~~ t let tWO per month coi1 377 H St 107 p1 ~c&)M FC~ 9E NT house 'n rio sectron, lor~e cored bar yard pels elcom, all qar y oiler Aprr 37' 53250, St 06 p1 WE CAN HELP VOId FIND A HOME 09 APARTMENT Joel ~rrdges Realtor 404 $ W 411, oven',, 377 6/rn B ST C~ I JOERAI ( I ear' F Omlile Ho shore roan, '0 Qscayl] 553 75 $25 depo'.t Call 178 3157 lb St 107 p1 ''herol naor,,rrote Ho ,MDre IF., opt. cc carpet, n~ disl, washer other Citros 'rn','rd'ate ona'lob'l'tn, $9Orro Loll en 373 7026 lb 4t-ll~ pf 01~r, 8~ n Townhouse Subinow to 'ni'ed Prorated 'aol for Apri hru -'''d )',fln Pr1 *oir SI ID coo All ulil nni'~ Nra. ramilus 37~ 915 CO OC'~ ~00rn 0 4 bedroom iowrhouse one l,'oc tn',, LOr,'pLfl alor N pool or o 00 ocr 3/2 1360 31108 p1 I ni 2 ten' narrates wanted lot summer ar rmnr'r ho". $48 for 2 $96 0, I person rio I now nvo'd Inter corn obraloos apt 1 or coIl 373 SIOS 65' 10' p I 4r 'bIer ro ~ t 5 walk to campus Herr' enter nO r pool $128 r~rc it, ,r.s~t\ upis 1524 4* ape No 3 ni rep in r. rim ?)C''sb lri-'yi',rre lb St I 'Op For ~ert qorP,'~ Njrrr apt w~ih on p'etr'lot 'it ~ ~ lneroc $t38rrro ci' 037139 or 3766720 ~2l o Pc I e pile nooro e on n'i~',ets'tf unriten~ '02)15 P0 t 'lq'l'tlns coil 3ih, ~ilwrnl it <66)20 'K 5, IC lYZI' Wv ,3r, 4, t%0 I4t~) ''''les SIssybor MewrpFo.nrs Py~, st ,pl'' 'Sax) l'kann 378 0067 'lie, S H 2t Ilop' I bed, ri low,'ehouse hel r ~r IlCoror, 'On cnn 372 ~75q 6 Jt Il0 P1 ~tt\jMAI~ WANIED Shore 2 bed api rn flirt o 'Sc $75 ''i'l'tme% is 2nd ire 2rK Sr mill larry 'her Spry, 377 M3 IsidOflil '6 St I $UMMEO SJJBLEI I bed, apt I block fronr 5arrpus See qert Hall Iron, your lredr ooi~' 1150 pros electric Cal I 370 6533 ,b Ii PlO F'' ____ _________ Fermi1.roomrrrtite lo hare lurrmshed api S~7 95 per coo Pius utml'tres lirondyvi no apis cold port~ OIler pr,1 at 377$065 ibStIlOp' toi ge bedrooms I 'ti, prr vote bath prefer ymsdmous type house very ni~~ 15 rn tram ompuS by bike at mast 65-70 pius1 I ,Irl'ty Jorge 37H 6516 lb 31 110 Shore .radrr, A bedro, iownhous. fully equrped washer dryer etc April rent tree 51250 month 4 I 5 ut'l Pt, 3fl $AI~ b5* lIOP) ~OOMMATh wANr~0 sale or fernole to share two bedroom opt at OM blEST Length o~ 'Soy aM p.1CC negolioblO 3fl2365 lbs ilopi room a. rent 68,5 utility 1914 NW I 4th ave 378 469 m)ir condilrof'd b-St I Id-PI ],~NEW& / coufl,'t .1 *,LO*C4N CO*,PCI4IN" ~. rwi1ei~i evil it G~ m. rlt -SELl -flUE -mEtAlS 464~33AO clue" \m.aen POorrr.,nte sp.'ng quarter Ibdr a'r pool etc r Ins. Ho campus flhe and ncrk $58rn K ut'l.tiet) coil 377 '39 osk for Bohr Bill or Sieve St 108 0l vVte nocorrat. needed to shore rent of two bedroom opt Quiet area $90 per '''onth & electric 611 V'srt lEns. 8th ii or roll 3700388 doug (C It ICO-p) female roommate wanted April f.nt 'so 67 50 4 nil ties shore fun ponies Sunday brunch ci beondywine opts roll 378 903 oIler 6 C ~ COp) Wonind Someone to shore I 2x52, 2 bedroom,, mobil, home Arredando Vr llo~e pooi cnn. courts 165 ul 'lIlIes Call Bill 3731435 C St I W-p) Need roOmrnots owr~ room,, 'ii 2 6r townhouse dshwashe,, shag Carpet $95 rronifly 4cli 'ties, Ap'il reel ft. coil r'ngs oJd eweIry. etc cocfhde~lio$. Ccli 021* 3734894 (r-4t-lOSi.p) Need I roommo,. own room in 2 6. townhouse, d.shwnder, shag earpt $95 monthly 4/, utilitIes. A.ll 'erg It. call 373 453' keep trying (C 54. 106-p) iwo mole roomndles seed, lot A 6. opt UC no ~ ulilittet I no + $25 0 move 'n now coil 373 4045 Cc-SfNeed someone who t good at gOtiltici nod research $2 rn hr coIl rena after Spry 372-9177 No IS (C 5$ 09-pp role mnorrote wanted 6795 + 4 ulilitin broodwino opts K 95 2811 sw orcher rd orsytime after 2 30 ond weekends (C 2109 p~ Ioss'col guitar *ontd nylon strings call 73 5717 C It lOp) rtACHe~S WAN~EO En',. West, Midwest 'irid So iTh Soulhvme't Teochers Agency. l~J (eniral Arts NE Albuquerque, NM 47106 Bonded 'censed ond ~tomher NATA Our 20th yenr '' (c It 110 p1 TI4ES MOAC TO 5ff WITh iv Channels. A weatner channel, UPI New,, NCN York Stack E 'change, FM statloits 00 TV Channels, andy FM fld dAM stal ant ott lbs FM band UNIVUSETY CM munch cmi ca mc. 22w.MPJUIt 4 00 6 00 6-00 10.00 hE N.mln.d for II Acod.n.y Avnrd. 3:30 7:00 9:30 t ISSHINRYU It KARATE SEMINAR Gainevllle High School Cy mnoSum ALLIGATOR-CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT 97' 2 M N Fronr a Kr,, 2 W is nih en, DI, hear to, r;rO~r'd 'oi ~e ed n condition irobi I. Br Aw, 'nq auto ~rnh,'', oh.' p horn~ nt 'nrrpr~qki., oar k $165 kor~e aM campus $)~ per ranchos In jood sole Ira'' co'~ 'ir ~rsr lost 172 SV L tilt,, 5 30 jIB t2 1 rr~oi~* hO dspo 77 rn. lb 3* I 10very Qood ondlilor, 4150 ~r hesi ot~r,, Sr lCfl p1 by own., Coil after 5PM o b,~or, AM _______________ Monday to Friday a 04 IC flOr'lr'r Ic needed In shore I hdrrn ~p' er, ,o ~ r'ltoge ~. l2~ ~ 0 ceded 'mr,~ed S~O ma ow non, In large 3 FOR RENT ~llllrl.s277lsI3tb5~ fr hdrhoe bar orrcompus Good %r"ror~ needed to %hoie 2 OP) Two roornot., wailed for hn~,e ,., .~ Fpdronr,, no. 3 bloc r~ fliflpu~ N TED tr.'on large yard a ~u.ei on, r~le ,~er, mm ~i 'den, I ru 17' 5900 pletely furr,,thod $75 ma no lease cv' 109 p okn ci bob 370 6165 oft., V K) air K ---one *fl~ C *0 *~ 0 share I bd, opt 'oo~Th loller,' 'r!rDI~ 'oct oil on. 4, dod H ninster bedroom, PMLE ~OOMN&At~ MetED ---I Apr,' lice noilly en it do not 377O4L~ c5t quality O~ *fllOy your ~ ~ 114 Juy Fr., 'oH Ste. ,t 392 3020 ~ courts cir, $01 ri rniontk ',olrrshd ~1~ F ----Female R ammo Wnnt.d Stoning Mcy ljpnl Ia,~4~ 'pride,,, kol)s. 'SW' 1,1 VI ~e Ap I ~I 5* lath --~0rnl!iPtlll)~0npu~$t5mnroirth IS Ae Ap 3'2rn4) C OWN R~M in horise S~C per '''corK i ',le~ al' ~trr 5 PS th0~ 'hi, l(~ 3 Accierey Aword C Noreintlons ELLEN BURSIYN KRS KRIStFFERSQN 3 IS S 30 7 45 I,'a 4 Ii AprIl12. 1975 7 to 9 p.m. Dapaflon flOO Under 12: 5100

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w~ **(oa h.1 you find. ho.,. OtflM nebsIe lire ~ ,.U~fre 'he erny way' OS Hi is Iff~f a. m a Ooen ~ ban ti 7W 44 SW M* Ave 3',r;Nw ***** aS a* Mn .-* LfI -a~s C *flin REUU -* esterS C ** ScAT.: mam Cusai*ta; Ii. "-5 C nw 0 FlEA bits. hr C -ashs C C .a mom. I C C :3171420 C C C C .*5 C #5-Pge lATh. lnd~.sdens Retid. MIl.Wt W.dn.S1.4.II~. 1978 CLASSIFIED WANTED lernole ,ocmmose wanted a. I bdrm npt in Colonral Mona. I block horn campus $6p. no + Stl avosloble now 07 5763 nan-seok. prefnd Ic5* flOp) lot 2 roo.nmne. needed for Summer 2 bin, French Otarter -SC mp Colt flOW 3fl-72790, con'. by 0*4114 C-) I ltp~ Pemol. roonose own roc." in bright airy op CIa. to campus No lease or dacesit $61 50 + '~ utilities .tween s~4 C-,-"' wonled eqerrenced photo-bug to filmy, our outdoor weddin 'Un. 4 will pay $25 4 film roll 372-7506 nit., SO *5 can te. morn. of your woA (c-)-llOp) female rocrnrnote needed now 05 iondrnark No 49 547W + $25 dapouit corn, by oft., 4W or call office for infomnotion Ic Si t IO-~) roommate needed mature roommate wontedto ,$are2 hr -at viucayo own room call 377-a294 ci 378-265' if no answer c5 II O-p) HELP WANTED Earn $3 WIt, opprox I tour Voluneers mole and fenoleC needed for study o1 int.rperoriol accuracy Call 392-ICN between 7 ~ April 7 Ihrout to, for oc.oirnrn.nt Ie a la-p) Part inc morning newt routes muM hay, trot,. pot cash bond for info cell Plo Times Union P2-4451 (.-)-IQIWorwed rninri.d coupl. a -main. entice work in changege for ~,arment Colt VeStS 91.5 (e.fr.l09-c) waived hr. students to sha. 1w. 'bedroom., Iwo bath oportn'ei't in em change Ia. doing rnairfloomne woek coil 318-Isa 9 to 5 (el,lOP-c) S I FREE I ELECTRONIC ENGINE I I ANALYSIS WiThEACH IUNE-UP a iL~ --we ii. ma at seam mUD ------I uNIVERSITY CITY TRAVEL AMTUAK.PLANE.SDIP T flS W. Univatly An. GeInnvIII. Mm. 3201 SUNFLOWER HEALTh FOODS Hofimen Welder HI Pro Products Navel Vitamin, Minomis limbs, CsI.y Products bats, Cost, MlI.act Is. di. 7 W~ USteedly M. &trin burn can, Nsb ft. a -mm ow n anesy go uVcytcano 6PegtauAant REAL MEXICAN FOOD Village Square 2409 SW i3ttt St 377~5151 AUTOS clinic lfl9Aus$hn'HOI., le-6. wish overdrive, good nobar ond running gear Socrifice at I'm Call harry 584~O. Perry ~t after 6W (g.S-)~) '~ gremlin for sal. *ucehlet.t condition 511w cwfl or otaumne poyrvm.vls 570 rnoctt~ly wi0i equily l.cv.n foe *u. caM em. 534219 (g-St-ISp) or sal. P74 honda cb 25 good conSt ISp) 67 chevy runs good 's.d. body work $fl. bet oiler, or will trod. 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TI ze Independent Florida Alligator w.d.dW.APdt ~fl'.e. IS 5 I SPORTS Gator track By MARK JOHNS( MNpt@i Spat.Wd They say that life begins at 4 OStOf baseball tCSJU. the fi~ reduced to 25. Now at the halfway point oft Gaton stopped a four-game Wednesday by pounding the is DdpItins 124 at ~Y Field. Ii gUN 'if the year for the Otto neal1 and 2-4 I. the Scott kace (SEC. and she UP cci loping It will be a ti*tuliig pols hr been a rOe dlsap5xob WRUNG OW two big lou Gurglt the Gates -psychic hr this weekend' door'dle ac 6.Kentucky. After fredumas p 'ack a on --against Ju IN starts tonight's game in Lakeland with Florida Southern, the Gators take on the Wildcats in a 1.30 p.m. Perry Field 0, but for the doubleheader on Saturday followed by a pire may be single gAme at 2 p.m. on Sunday. 'Those are musts for us,' head coach Dave he season, the Fuller said. 'If we don't Mn them all, we can losing streak just write ourselves ofT for the conference. ~ksoovIlle (JU) Every Gator batter ~'ho stepped up to plate was the 25th cashed in tbr at least one base hit on Tuesday. ri. now 13-12 with the team collecting IS in all. eastern ConUF STARTED the fireworks in the second during staff is inning with three runs, the big blow being it In what has a two-run line drive double by Sammy Rick. itlug season. Lefihander Eric Hitler started the game for -to hapless the Gaton and breezed through the first four gig thanselves innings, his only problems coming from four ties with SEC bases on balls and two Dolphin hits. Bruce Baker But troubled by a blister on his middle Shug Jordan may retire Auburn head football wadi Ralph "Shug" lords reputedly plans to retire at the end of the upcoming 19Th Sudan took the edus at Auburn in 1951, turnIng the rips impotent club into a Southern powerhouse. and a national champ in 1957. Over the years his teams have compiled a 172-77-5 record that included post-season bowl births the past eight seasons. There was no official coefimuation front Jordan. but highly placed Auburn Roberts honored Dave Roberts. who dented 18'6 for a world pole vault record, and Francic Latin, who set a world record in the mile and 15W meters. were named Monday as track athletes foe March by Track and Field Magazine. Roberts. former Rice Ueh'eslty tar who won the NCAA -vaujt three times and I. -w a member of the Florida Tmk Oub. set his marks the Florida on MUCh 28. Miss Lattice ma die .5. hdoogs 134:28.5 and the 1500 .tSers in the -nut h 4SJ, both worid records. sources told two newspapers that Jordan's plans were made known at a specially called Auburn Board of Trustees meeting in Montgomery, Ala. The Montgomery Advertiser and Mobile Register. quoting sources, reported that Auburn President Harry Philpott told the board that Jordan. 64. plans to retire Dec. 31 or an early January date, depending on whether the Tigers go to a bowl. There was no word on any reasons for jordan's possible retirement. He successfully battled back front cancer several years ago and last season directed the Tigers to a 9-2 record, capped by a 27-3 win over Texas in the Gator Bowl. finger. Hiller ran into problems in the JU fifth. Dave Bowman started the inning by bout zing one over the wall In caster field hr what was ruled a pound rule triple, and due scored on a sacrifice fly hr the Dolphins' bet run. Hitler thai walked tine of the neat her batters before Dan Waling doubled than d home to give ill a 4-3 lad. "I HAD to take speed off my taitbell. and when Itake the speed off lund to throw wild," Hitler eqilalued. "I can't pitch If I can't throw fast. But the Oar hitters came back in the bottom of due Inning with tsar rum. highlighted by nan-scoring singles by LI,. Shulock and Terry Jones to give UP a 7-4 lead. The Gators put the game away in the cith when Jim Shulock slammed the first pitch to the right-center field fence 41) feet away fir a three-run inside-the-park home run. Sammy Rick slammed -RHI double to left-cents and scored on Joel Muffle's sacrifice fly to make the final score 12-4. WHAlE SMITH came on in relief in the sixth inning and shut out the Dolphins on four hits and a walk to earn the save, while Killer won his third game of the year against no losses. it's nice to get a few runs to work on." Fuller said. "They went out there and did the same thing today as they did with Georgia. but we got more nas. This has been the stay all this season. Its demoralizing to the team." The "same thing" Fuller may have bees talking about may be found In the statistics under "walks," namely seven of than. The pitchers havegives up 41 walkah die pat five ball games. a Apse which F.M. would just as non forget tout. In fact, now that the tam has wraedup half Its adiedule. FOnd due aSia coach. aregolugtotrytodojmtttiat-fsget. "Those games areee," they wine. In a handout to the plasm. "The Impatas thlng.is what hapfeks now.We Slices have a very -sousa stifff have a duct at tue SEC. But we've ~k get plq now." SAMMY RICK .thseUBI's L N .,'z.' ~ 1 C. CATCHES JIM SI4ULOOC SCORE Gd WILD RICH .occountsdlcronoth.Goton' l2mnh

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Pmg IS, Th. lnd.nd.n* NodS. AJIIg,, Wdn.Scy. 4,119. 197$ Announcerstarof U.S. Mark I otten left thi .1 'erni-'tale ot shock. For prvhahk the his life, the ~tant (F heavyweight ,vermatcbed dnd ,,uiu -hand led lii, 274 a, LI I -Russia mat in THE RUSSIANS looked like they had jUst stepped out of the latest 'sue of Muscle time in Ma~a.tgne. Like the ancient pound Greek gods, They "cre wtotally credibly po,&erful. Add a stoic, bsdutely in~niiling lace that could turn I person to 'tone and you have 'iflually unbeatable con,. WHEN HIS shoulders were pinned go the mat by his Rutsian opponent, a lonR ni~ht at the Jackwnville Coliseum came to an abrupt close. Lorw br coach Gary Schneider's (earn. not tot the lAs SR. delevatiorn he Russian national team was favored to win the meet. Schneider said his team-would have been lucky to win five matches. As it turned out. 267 pound Mel Renfro saved the U.S. team frown total embarassement by edpcin, a 9974 world champion 5-4 for the U.S.'. lone victory. Imiramurals A representative ftc. cad, fraternity must be present for the draw fbi terns. today 222 Flu. Cviii. 4 em. Tomorrow is the deadline for S fling up for sorority racuiuetball. Contact the 11.1 office 229 lb. Cviii. 392-0551. A niind doubles tenets tournament is plastiedfor Facuhy-Staff. Teams couabtof one man ad cite wo.nan. Sian up-by this Friday in the IN! office. ''hid I It wasn't a matter team heini~ that Russians were lust otthe US bad. Ihe too Mood. meet I MEAN an your run of the mdl '.restlin2match Promoter t)on.Curtis finallvJ ripped the mike Iront the announcer hand and tried to cover up the enormous blunders by announciu to the audience. you think that's bad you should have heard then, trvn to pronounce 'Curtis over there. RICK ADELMAN OPINION fli, only time Ike Russians came close to cracking a snide was durInR the opeflinA ceremonies when both squads were being introduced to the crowd. TIlE ANNOUNCER, and the term should be used loosely. -attacked the Russian name, like a school of piranha soin2 after a side of beef. A back-woods pit fanned couldn't have done a better iob of slaughterina. Granted. Russian na-es *re&t the easiest to fonounce hot you would have thought the announcerr'~ could have practiced during the d.y. NIce try Don. As if that wasn't enough the organist had to be wakened from a. -light slumber so he could accompany the wrestlers backto their respective dressing rooms. Curt,, should also shoulder most of -the blame fbi the turnawsy crowd of about -i ,~ that jammed the Coliseum which seats I 2.~. Thank nou~cer moMS cltennt flew a. goodness that showed up. -mot of the iii an otherwise anHe I HillelStudentsPresent I Today 8:00pm Lecture and dl! Judaism and Sex by R 9:30 Jewish Student Ur Thursday 11:30-1:30 Lunch-Rap-st Rabbi -Plaza of the A 8pm Jewish Student N. Friday 6:30 TraditIonal service 7:30 Sabbath Meal (res Saturday 9:30 Service foiloMed b 6:30 Mlncha-study ethii Sundays 11am Brunch with spe. Rothman 8pm Israeli Dancing 8: a0prn Coffee House Tuesday April lStti 8pm McCarl Movie "SIEGE" Wednesday April 16th Israeli indq Party 7:30pm at Hillel B'nai Brith iON Hillel Foundation icussion on abbi Grafetein tion Meeting udy with the ~Lmericas wapaper I eve by Thurs) V Kiddish :s and meal Her Professor 'y Auditorium xndmnce Day W 18th St. S ~1 .4 -J ON SELECT GROUP OF CARB ERS I OVER 260 PAIR MUST CLEAR OUR STOCKROOM FOR NEW STYLES! ~1~ St rV aA I hi 4/, MixorMatch 41$1.OO Rodiull Ta Play Ro~ Barb Marigold Twx Piety Block Molly q'Ick SwaM tail Zebra DaNa Sphaicp Molly WHILE WPKY LASTS I Expire. 411-75 kathws&Fur Homes whit. Mice Penivian Guinea Pigs Teddy Bear Na mean Fincha Amazon Parrot Peach Face IonNed. Block Modied Lovebirds Finches I PHONE 37541EV 57.9. Si. S., Sit" an 6176W Ga. Siam pelt mm-I, 'is I, The Gainer dli. Nail TANK SPECIALS 100.1st. 55 gal, at up. tank and Flwmhnt Hood Rag. $159.00 wily 3S9 .9." Pot Food by the Lb. Parrot Mix isit Rabbit Food Sib Hamster Food .3Mb Pushes Sad .394 Finch Mix A94b SunElan Seeds .04 Grit a noun: MON P 16.9 SAT 1S.S cm -La mi ma. us L 25%~3O% OFF I I S I. J