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\. ':4Fl': l'Orlda AlIIgat. or APRIL 10,1975VOL.67.N0.110.




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: Harris announces intent.




,, to quit before end of term

'V it a ig .

{ By STUART EMMRICH know how long he would verve on the regents.He "It's really a personal preference. Some
Alligator Staff Writer added he will: "probably run for what I people have said that nine years are too long
was in before the state legislature either nnd.a. six-year term might be better"
The newest member of.the state Board of the house,or the senate" utter he leaves the Chandler said.HARRIS .
d Regents. Marshall Harris, said Wednesday he regents. IS ON the UF campus until
does not intend,to serve all nine years of his HARRIS SERVED eight years in the !statehouse Saturday for his tint full tour of the school
appointed term. before he became a regent. since he joined the regents.
.1 Harris, who was appointed to the regents by Harris was defeated in the race tor speakerof Wednesday Harris spent two hours
Cov. Reubin Askew in January. explained "I the house last year by Don Tucker. D- discussing problems of future state education _
bore easily.This isn't the most exciting job in Tallahassee and Harris then decided not to with UF President Robert Q. Marston and
the world" run for re-election declaring, he "wouldn'tserve Executive Vice President Harold Hanson.
WHEN ASKED WHY he requested the under Don Tucker." lie also met with the UF adminstrative
appointment one of the few regents to do so. Harris suggested that a shorter term than council and the vice presidents for academicand
Harris answered. "I thought I could do a good the present nine years might be best for the. administrative affairs.
job. and I don't think it will take nine years to regents. DURING HIS TERM as regent. Harris
do the things I want to do. "YOU HAVE TO keep current." ,he ex- told UF officials not to expect "a cheerleaderfor
"I want to get, us (the state university plained. the state univeristy system.
system) back in a way that the legislature will Hendrix Chandler, corporate secretary of "I'm going to look hard at the places I
have a high credibility in what we say and the regents, said he was not aware that Harris think there are problems. ,and make' the
do," Harris told a Wednesday meeting of UF intended to resign his term before it ended. kind of hard decisions you (administratorsand
MARSHALL HARRIS administrators and faculty. He added, however that only a few regents faculty) are not able to make." Harris
.'I, bore easily'Tuition After the meeting Harris said he did not usually serve all nine years. said.
Among'the areas Harris said deserved a
r' "hard look" are the Colleges of Educationand
hikeBy will bolster financial
aid Journalism which Harris suggested
might have to be cut back.
.......... .... .
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'
".'' "' "'" "WHY IS THERE such substantial I
BRIAN JONES a next year U F Aid Director I I. Douglas Turner 4 .. .
Alligator Staff Writer said resources for financial aid are dwindling ;.... .1. enrollment in the Journalism College?" t
Harris asked. "I. can't believe that
-
in relation educational many
to rising costs. ,
About $600,000 in additional financial aid "This can be seen in the fact that ap, .t :: .: '.' .... people want to be journalists. Is it because
will be available next fall for UF students if a plications for financial aid are up 40 per cent .,i;,::: there is no language department. I'd really
/.,> "
new tuition hike proposed by the Board of this year." Turner said. tom, .. ., .... like to know
Harris suggested that a school of jour-
Regents becomes law. In previous years financial aid applications
In addition to raising students' tuition, the only grew about 10 per cent annually, he'said. nalism might be better situated in an "urban

proposed fee plan would set aside 41 cents per UF students received about $16 million in ,.::t setting where there is more than one daily
credit hour for a new "general financial aid financial aid from all sources this year including < newspaper" and one commercial television
fund" which would be distributed by the federal state funds. Turner said while station.
financial aid officers at the state universities. they spent about $65 million of their own ; 'l> :("'"""':" : ,\ .Ut John Paul Jones dean of the college of

THE REGENTS' TUITION plan would money or parents" money for educational i 1*: -- journalism,defended his school's curriculum. '
hike fees to $14 a credit hour for freshman expenses. ---_...... .....-. -..' ---._.. ... "I DON'T THINK students come to this
.and sophomore level courses. $15 a credit UNLIKE FINANCIAL AID programs .I. DOUGLAS TURNER college to escape a language or anything else.

hour for junior and senior level courses. $20 a presently paid for1' out 'of student fees, and need financial flexibility, They feel they" can get involved in something
credit hour for graduate classroom programsand controlled by the state the new general aid meaningful.
the aid according to student needs.
At with Robert interim
$22 a credit hour for graduate thesis fund would be:under the control of the in- a meeting Bryan
dividual universities. Thus, (UF with fewer "needy" students vice 'president for 'academic affairs, Harris
program gets back only about 60 cent of the the of
per money suggested considering turning College
Present tuition is $13 per credit hour for McQuat said the "wide differences" of f
its students pay into the regents, according to Education into a graduate school with a i!
undergraduates and $16.50 per credit hour types of aid needed at the separate; state, Turner. -
in the liberal
for graduate-students. universities tequire a new financial aid fund corresponding improvement arts
Universities with a higher percentage'of
"We're trying to move money to the institutions with "greater flexibility" undergraduate programs.
needy students like Florida A&M University said the of the education-
Bryan possibility
with as few restrictions on it as Currently, two financial aid programs paid
get more of the financial aid fund than their college becoming a graduate school had been"discussed"
possible. regents Budget Coordinator by students are administered by the state.
students pay in, thus evening the distribution, but added no recommendations
David McQuat said Wednesday. THE STUDENT FINANCIAL, Aid fund
EVEN WITH NEW financial aid money (goes to the Board of Regents, which divides (See 'Aid page eleven See 'Harris, page three


$9,000 in delinquent bills spell bankruptcy for 'Rat' ITT1TTTTTIII


By JANET PARK "Bill thought Randy was supposed to pay assume the debt after all Rat assets such as .
Alligator Staff Writer them and Randy thought Bill was supposed to leftover beer and bank accountshave been
pay them."* Murphy said. liquidated.
A stack of delinquent bills "found in adeskdrawer" Bill Nail was manager and Randy Reid was Servomation will recover the amount of the
totalling almost $9.000 will force assistant manager during' fall quarter 1974. loan by continuing operation of the pinball I c
U F's Kathskellar of business on April 20. IF THE BILLS had been paid as they came machines in the Rat for a year. The facility
Tom Murphy, past president of the due and financial_reports had shown the Rat itself will stay open; just the entertainment
University Faculty Club which holds the Rat's losing money entertainment.would have been and beer-serving facilities will be discon-
beer license. said the only way the Rat can cut down beer prices raised or a door charge tinued.
stay open is if "some :angel comes up with levied for all nights instead of just nights with TilE UF FACULTY CLUB is legally
$9.000." entertainment.. ''responsible for the debts, Murphy said. "As
MURPHY SAID the accumulation of All entertainment bookings have been far as 'I I know, no, one has tiled suit,againstus.
unpaid bills was a "misunderstanding.aboutwho frozen Committments to two movie showings .",he said. I.
was supposed to be paying them."' April IS and 16 and the Panhellen'ic Dance Some of the Rat's debts include $1,700 to ;
Biweekly reports to the Rat's Board of Marathon 18 and' 19 are'the only. ac. the Alligator for advertising $600'for' radio
Directors during the tall quarter indicated the .iivites scheduled.When ,advertising.-$600 to Moore., Cobb and Co,
Rat was breaking even. but according to the Rat closes at 2 a.m. Sunday after which performs the Rat's .yearly audit and
Murphy., "that was because no one was the marathon no more beer will be served at $600 to Blevin's Popcorn. "
paying the ,bills." that location.. Beer expenses which_account for 40-45 per
Randy Reid,,'present student manager of A LICENSE for the new beer-serving vent of total operating costs, were' paid on
the Rat apparently found the bills around the;,., .facility t Orange, and Brew:, cannot be del \'ery. -
first of.the year.: Murphy said. approved' until t the facility is' actually:coma '-. Rat anew. estimated at $1400. )
MURPHY ATTRIBUTED the incorrectreports pleted,'It is currently being constructed under THE FACULTY CLUB; open to all UF _
to"an honest mistake and said he was the colonnade of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. ,
convinced it "was not ,deliberate. The Scrtomation Food Senlce plans' to (See 'Rat' page three


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ftojo t ltt*lnci.f>*ndnt Ftorida AlUqrtor,Ihwradvy,April 10. WSSenateOK's

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revamping ..
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TALLAHASSEE(UPI)-The Senate passed.in tour hourson The HRS reorganization measure was amended before

the second day of its 1975 session Wednesday a bill final vote to require senate confirmation of top level HRS

overhauling the massive Department of Health and administrators.Senate .
Rehabilitative Services (HRS). HRS Chairman Jack Gordon D-Miami, said he

The bill approved )6.3. left unresolved conflicts with thinks a conflict with Federal statutes that could jeopardize Enemy groupingfor

federal law that could cause the state to lose$30 million.It $30 million in vocational rehabilitation can be worked out.

was sent to th<* house where a slightly different versionof The House Government Operations Committee approved a
HRS reorganization has cleared two committees. similar legislative package and said it may sue the federal Saigon attack

The "no" votes were cast by Jim Glisson, R-Tavares Dan government to resolve the conflict.
Scarborough. D-Jacksonville- and Mattox Hair, D- '
Communist
SAIGON (UPI) forces smashed into
two
Jacksonville.The bill restructures. 10 of the I 11 1 divisions of the 35,000 NOW officer outragedby more province capitals Wednesday and were reported
into
maneuvering 40.000 troops position for what
I the Division of Corrections. military
employe department eliminating
sources said coufd be the start of the battle for Saigon.
A companion bill creates a new Department of Offender
Calif church order Elements of two Communist divisions
battled South
Rehabilitation, but the Senate adjourned before voting on it.
Vietnamese defenders in downtown Xuan Loc province

WASHINGTON (UPI) The National Organization for capital. 38 miles northeust of Saigon. They also captured the
Hearst link won't help FBI Women Wednesday urged all women to join in a national southern fringes of Tan An province capital 25 miles southwest .

"day of outrage" May I 11 1 to protest a decision by the bishop of of here before they were driven back.

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Jack Scott radical sports the San Diego Roman Catholic diocese to deny communion to Military sources said' the attacks on opposite sides of

figure sought tor questioning in the Patricia Hearst case, members of NOW or any group supporting abortion. Saigon indicated the Viet Cong and I North Vietnamese

surfaced. Wednesday and said he had done "nothing wrong." Church officials meanwhile noted that NOW members had although preferring a political victory'were,preparing for i

But he refused to say whether he knew anything about the not been denied the sacrament in any other diocese and that siege and all-out drive on the South Vietnamese capital itself

Hearst case. the denial in San Diego was not national policy. But they if necessary.The .
With Scott was his friend Bill Walton. $2 million star said the California bishop was acting within the authority to attacks followed by 24 hours the bombing of Thieu'i

rookie of the Portland Trail Blazers of the National issue such an order.for his diocese. Independence Palace.Thieu dismissed the'plane assault as an
Basketball Association who urged "rejection of the United Jan Uebman. NOW's vice president for legislation Issued'statement a "isolated incident"and reiterated his vow to remain in office.

States government" and termed the FBI the enemy." calling for a national day of protest and accusing A spokesman for the Viet Cong's Provisional Revolutionary

Scott sought for questioning as the man who rented a Bishop Leo Maher of San Diego of trying to "spiritually Government said Wednesday the 26-year-old pilot of the FS

Pennsylvania farmhouse where Hearst hid out last year did disenfranchise" Catholic women. Freedom Fighter jet had flown the plane to Communist

not comment specifically on whether he knew anything about Maher. in a letter to all parish priests in his four-county territory.The .

the case and declined to answer questions. diocese declared that "no person who claims and professes airman. 1st Lt. Nguyen Thanh Trugn. was given the

He said he had nothing to apologize for if his actions duringthe views that are contrary to the teachings of the church can Viet Cong's Liberation Medal 2nd,class and promoted to

past year had averted "bloodshed and killing" but did. not claim to be a practicing Catholic nor are they to be admittedto Captain the spokesman said. He added he did not know at
elaborate. the sacraments." which occupied base Trung had landed.



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By BRIAN JONES complain about and in tight time this is a
'Alligator Staff Writer ( dollar;drain i that makes no sense" Harris said by I
of the required physical education classes. A '
Required physical education at UF may be Four-year students at UF are presently
on the way out. required to complete three quarters of,
UF Executive Vice' President Harold physical education which must include one tor" '
Hanson said Wednesday eliminating the quarter of basic physical education.
physical education requirement "will be Of the five state universities with tour-year stood !
considered", after Regent Marshall Harris programs,only Florida A and M also requires three
visiting the UF campus objected to mandatory physical education
I physical education. REVISION OF COURSE requirementsmust '
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Students would be willing to pay up to "SO higher tuition if they. were given quality
per cent more for their education if they could education. tax
attend courses taught by name people," Harris said "I 1 feel we should give credit to
Regent Marshall Harris said Wednesday a the guy who wants to go back to the classroomto
meeting with seven UF Student Government teach. Research in education is good but go
officers we need to have values for teachers who are
Student Body President 'Steve Merrydaysaid good."
he feels most students would not object to When asked about' alternatives to the the


Harris a

(from page one) years." Harris said. "
He added, however that Florida will have best i
'had been proposed. the advantage over other states which Harris have I
HARRIS ALSO suggested that UF should said will experience the same kind of To
increase space utilization of classrooms and "shortfall of revenue" that Florida is attempting I
boost teacher productivity by offering larger to deal with now.
lecture classes.He HARRIS SAID EACH state school had to ,at
said he was in favor of offering more determine which programs are most im: I I
night classes of required courses as a way to portant to them and which the most resources
force,students to take them at night. ought to be directed to. He added.that this
Harris added "you can teach 250 studentsas would include dropping' programs which LAKE"I
well as you can 100" and suggested UF might not have a high priority. (
offer more( these larger classes. Marston told Harris his "dream" as
MUCH OF HARRIS' meeting with president of UF' would be to develop a
Marston and Hanson was spent discussing the program which "meets the needs of the off
future of higher education in Florida, and the ,'future. )
problems of funding that they could expect. "We ought to have an environment and from
"We are,dealing with a tax base that is not curriculum that will be meaningful for a
as large as most states and you cannot expect world that will clearly be different," Marston "no
1.the resources you have had for the last 15 ssaid. I I




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By DAVID KLEIN There were only three times during the A Peoples Bank
Alligator Managing Editori 1974 fiscal year when the fuel adjustment Safe Deposit Box. y
charge was cut according to George Lindsey Available a "
Customers of the Regional Utilities Board III RUB assistant to the general manager. variety of"sizesat
(RUB) will save an average of $2 on their a cost of
April electricity bill.' The fuel adjustment figure is the amount pennies a day. '
For the first time since December the RUB charged by utilities to account for monthly just
Wednesday cut the monthly fuel adjustment variations in fuel prices. If fuel prices .
charge by nearly two mills per kilowatt hour.A decrease one month fuel adjustment bills The P C Bank'
mill is one-tenth of a cent. should decrease that month also. GAINESVILLE"
Member F.D.I.C.
THE APRIL FUEL adjustment charge will A General Financial Systems' Bank
be 16.05 mills per,kilowatt hour down from ROBERT ROUNDTREE, RUB general -
18 mills per kilowatt hour in March. manager said he expected the fuel adjustment
charge to decrease even more next
month.

Election booth The RUB and City Commission also passed
into law Wednesday an ordinance ending the
of off the fuel
practice rounding adjustment
locations namedThe charge to the nearest mill.

Previously fuel adjustment figures were
location of polling booths for the April rounded up or down and consumers were
16 student body election was decided Tuesday charged the rounded-off figure.
night at the election commission meeting.All .
students registered in University FOR EXAMPLE, an adjustment cost of t
16.7 mills kilowatt hour would be chargedto
College can vote at any of the following per
locations: Broward-Rawlings area. Carlton the consumer as 17 mills per kilowatt hour.
Auditorium. Graham Hall Hume Hall However a cost of 16.2 mills would cost
consumers only, 16 mills per kilowatt hour.
Area
Jennings Hall Murphree Area Tolbert ,
and Yon Hall.
According to RUB member Russell
The following is a list of polling booths with
Ramsey RUB customers did not lose money
corresponding colleges: McCarty Hall
from the rounding-off procedure.
agriculture; Architecture and Fine Arts-
architecture and fine Westartsand
arts; Library
"When the months rounded off upward
sciences; Matherly Hall-business administration they (customers) lost money but when they
; Norman Hall-education; Weil rounded off down they saved" he said.
Hall-engineering; Larson-Denton Complex-
engineering; Ross Hall-forestry;' Stadium- RAMSEY SAID THE ordinance
journalism; Florida Gymnasium basement-
standard
prohibiting rounding-off was a
physical: health and recreation; Medical ?
procedure throughout the United States.
Center second floor lobby-dentistry and 1
health related professions medicine nursingand The city commission approved the ordinance

pharmacy. immediately after the RUB meeting. ...:


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ALWAYS Welcome in a Mormon Church!
A Cordial. Invitation To SUPER BIKES, Inc.
\ 'No walls'
Church of Jesus.Christof
PARTS-371-6901( I
Latter-day Saints ANGEL FLIGHT

Y'' 'f Student Services 'liL universityproposed
,
Sunday 1000: A.M. L RUSH
e and 6:00 P.M.
at the April 14 8:30: p.m.
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Institute of Religion SERVICE 377-0722
.April 157:30p.m.2nd : .
J220S.W.5th Avenue 10 AM 6 PM7DAYSAWEEK By MICHAEL BRADLEY

(North of Norman Floor, Van Fleet Hall A) I c Alligator Staff Writer

Hall). 3441 S.W.ARCHER R.D. For the fourth year in a
row. Rep. Mary Singleton D-
Jacksonville is introducing a
bill to establish a "school
Great Values OnDemonstrators without walls."

1 Florida Open University.
; Singleton's proposal wouldbe
a non-residential institution
offering college
study in a nontraditionalmanner.
.
;" We're installing a new switchboard and it makes it CREDIT toward bachelorsand
masters degress as wellas
a lot easier with these demos off the shelves! non-credit degrees wouldbe
earned at regional learning

..........._ utilize centers.existing The centers state and would local

BSR facilities.
These learning centers
'- ''i_ _____.' "J4-j ,' would be staffed by a small
MCDONALD number of educators
.. .. directing student study. The
..
I 710 ,
administrative staff including
lw -.- ":';r::'.... ;.;.;..'... .. (" (""., a president would be
;, '..-- ,. ,j., :jIi., TURNTABLEretail headquartered in a county
( I "" ("'r< where there is not a main
.... ....-. ... ..... ...... ....:......\. .-.'.'' $220 campus of an existing state

Demo$129.PRO university.Programs of study would be
4220 QUAD-STEREO RECEIVERretail determined by the Board of

$300 Demo $249 Regents.The .university, modeled "
after the British open
university system is designedto
KSS benefit those who normally
\dt/11'J.i M ..r.M1' .____... ., .J'j.c. would not have access to the
4AA usual campus-based institutions
,
;
., \.<, ;, Singleton said.

....- .1to.-.t PROFESSIONALHEADPHONE LOWER tuition and
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4240 QUAD-STEREO RECEIVER like housewives and disabled
$4499SONY veterans." she said. .
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and will probably do so again
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retail $$400 little possibility of the bill
retail $200 being passed.

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Demo $5 69 302 Cassette Deck propriation necessary to get it started.In .
4 retail $200 90 Minute Cassettes the past, the regents
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university system provides
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programs.This year Singleton is again
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By JOE MORAN marked "reb and ref." o.
.Alligator Staff Writer- ". The Jacksonville tax spokeman said those',. ..
who are refunded all income tax withheld
The first federal income tax rebates will be during 1974 will 'not be eligible for a rebate.
sent out in May and all rebate checks should IF AN INDIVIDUAL has not paid taxes "
be in the mail by the end of June, according to for 1974 or has an unpaid tax balance when
the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) information the rebate check is issued the amount of the
1
bureau in Jacksonville. rebate will be credited to the taxpayer's
The rebates-a return of a portion of each account. If the amount owed is less than the
taxpayer's 1974 income tax payment were rebate the difference will be sent to the

authorized by the Tax Reduction Act of 1975. taxpayer. .. .. .... ... .. ,t: "
TilE BILL WAS signed into law by A maximum refund of$100 has been set for .. 'J.

President Ford in spite of his opposition to married taxpayers filing separate returns, and .- : ."" /,... .'
portions he described as inflationary in a, for individuals with incomes of over $30,000 .' ; 4. :-"' '.'';;."' 0" '...J..

nationally televised speech. during 1974.
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A spokesman for the district tax office in .,
Jacksonville said rebate checks for Florida
taxpayers will be mailed on schedule from the
IRS office in Chamblee Ga. I
The amount of each rebate check will be Regents study merging programs"The
approximately 10 per cent of taxes paid in
1974. with a maximum of $200.
A MINIMUM REBATE of $100 was
established by the Reduction Act unless an By LAURIE FOX study was begun to give us a method was not in operation for the full three years of
individual paid less than $100 in taxes. If less Alligator Staff Writer of examing programs in terms of number ofstudents the study.
than $100 was paid, the entire amount will be receiving degrees versus money "WE DIDN'T GO into operation until the
refunded. Offering some degree programs at only one spent" Mautz said. fall of 1972, but since then we have graduatedsix
The rebate may be paid to the taxpayer in state university or phasing them out He said the program was "conceived in in the program and six more are due to
one check along with any tax refund due if the altogether may be'the result of a Board of more prosperous times when growth seemeda graduate.

individual has not yet received the refund. If Regents study of program productivity.The fact of life: It's no longer realistic to assume "We'll turn out enough if they give us a
both payments are included, the check will be regents began the study in 1971 citing programs can keep on growing." little longer," Jantzen said.

113 degree programs in the State University Mautz said the emphasis will be on increasing
Dr. John K. Simmons, chairman of the UF
System for not graduating enough students to the productivity of each program,
justify the funds spent. but it was a definite possibility some accounting department, said there is a need

OF THE 113 PROGRAMS put on programs serving only ,a small number of lor the advanced accounting degree that was
probation, or "on alert for examination." as students would be offered only at one .state put on probation.

University System Chancellor Robert Mautz university. "THE PROGRAM is used by C plus
termed it, 36 are programs offered at UF.' Mautz, said "We are not investigating the students who can't make it into graduate

Mautz said the productivity study is not a quality of the programs. The form of school," he said. "There never were very
direct result of the current budget crunch. evaluation will probably have the university many students in the program but we do
submit 'justification report' to the regents." need it at the current time," he said.
DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN of the
departments affected agreed that the regents' Dr. J. Wayne Conner, chairman of the

.. findings were questionable. romance language department where the
'It's no longer 'realistic' .to UF' Agriculture Dean Dr. Charles French doctoral degree program is on
Browning blamed the probation of 13 Institute probation said the "number of students
of Food and Agricultural Sciences needed is of relatively little importance, it is

assume programs.can (I FAS) programs on "arbitrary criteria" for the quality that is important."The .
judging program productivity.
... program answers a direct need of
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Browning said the should "
Y. .' regents not have women, he said Eighty to 90;( per cent of the
.keep on, growing ': / used the number of students receiving degreesto degree candidates are women.
judge the productivity. and usefulness,of the
disciplines. DR. WILLIAM MENDENHALL,

BROWNING SAID there are no plans to chairman of, the department of statistics,
phase out any IFAS degree programs; they where both the bachelor's program and
are justified by the number of students they
'Deliverance syndrome'cause serve even if the number of degrees they
produce is small.

Dr. Paul Doughty, chairman of the anthropology -
t department said he "resented" the 'We are not investigatingthe
of twenty deaths ? fact that his masters program was placed on

probation. quality of.th'e
"
'I fhe regents expect the !students to march
By THOMAS KANE THE CENTER, which is in operation year- through like they were on an assembly line.I '
Alligator Staff WriterIn round emphasizes recreational white water programs. "C.
canoe and kayak instruction although I hey don't take into affect environmental : .,.;. .,' '
mountain climbing and trail hiking on the influences like personnel and budget," Robert Mautz
the four years since the premier of the nearby Appalachian Trail are,also provided. Doughty said. ,
movie "Deliverance." more than 20 people Kennedy knows only two other outdoor "THE STUDY doesn't convey the true
have been killed canoeing the treacherous centers that offer similar facilities and in picture; it's very misleading" he said.
Chattooga River in Georgia. struction. "The
Attributing these to "the Deliverance "One is in'Canada. operating two monthsin anthropology program is the fastest
!syndrome" John Pason Kennedy stuntman the summer and the other is in Colorado growing program and I feel like I've been
kicked in the does not
and advisor for the movie said many people also operating two months during the stomach. Doughty !said. doctoral program are on probation
were inspired by the film to canoe the river. summer,*' Kennedy said.A Dr. C.A. VanderWerf.: Dean of the College think he will have a problem with probation
Many of these people had neither the HANDFUL of staff members of the of'Arts and Sciences said numbers should not, next year.
ability nor the experience to survive such Nantahala Outdoor Center have qualified He the only determinant of a programs worth. "With the doctorate degrees, it was a big
ambition he said. Many met with disaster and for the unite water canoeing world championships "YOU'VE GOT to take into bulge of degrees coming through right before
in sonic instances death. to be held in June. practical and cultural value account the" and after the study began Mendenhall said.
KENNEDY himself has kayaked for many However, Kennedy said. Americans have VanderWerf said. of courses, "The did not take into account
study
\ears. With his brown beard bushing out froma not yet ,reached international prominence.. "
thin sun-tanned face. Kennedy 'appears to "There is more emphasis placed on whitewater VanderWerfaid he will prepare a fluctuations.. he !said.i'8 *.
be the consummate sportsman. canoeing in Europe.." he said. "The statement to the regents regarding the In the statistic .classes we teach I If*
"I've been since I Ias child Fast Germs probation of the German I
canoeing a at are tops. Russian, French students It costs the state nothing
summer camps.' he said. While the United S tales may not lead the Latin. Greek, and linguistic programs. 10 keep the per quarter. in for the students who
program
Kennedy is the instructor of the white water world in canoe and kayak competition.Kennedy Dr. Alice C. '
Jantzen chairwoman of want it Mendenhall said.
the Nantahala said Americans' increased the
canoe and kayak program at interestin UF occupational bea
Outdoor-Center in western North Carolina. the sport i it a tine start. their therapy department said "I 1 think eliminating the program would
.. .... ... ... .... ...' 0'" .. ... .....,...... ........, ,j|, .masters...Program. ,which is on probation. pretty silly idea" he said.
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Two Hawthorne youths were assaulted near the ROTC
Drill Field early Wednesday morning according to University
Police Department (UPD) Information Officer Jim Shuler.
The drill field is the site of the 1975 Carnigras.
ACCORDING TO a report tiled by UPD officers called to
the scene. Jimmy Lee Daniels. 22, and Albert Ernest
Williams 15 could not start their car as they attempted to
leave the area after attending the carnival with friends.
Daniels,.Williams and several other black males returnedto
,the carnival grounds to seek assistance with the car and
approached a white female employe according to the report.
.The woman refused to help the youths and became verbally
abusive the report said. The youths exited through the south
gate'of the drill.field being,pursued by male carnival, em
ployes. .
OUTSIDE' THE CARNIVAL grounds, a ,dark colored
Chevrolet station wagon pulled up. A white male describedby
Daniels and Williams'as being approximately 5'8", ISO
Ibs.. and between the ages' of 35-40 ;identified himself as
"Jimmy" to the youths.
After being asked for' assistance with the stalled 'car,
"Jimmy" struck Williams on the chin and pulled a small

GET LOADED ON A PIZZA black The pistol man pointed from his the pocket.pistol at Daniels and told the youthsto

leave the area., He then pocketed the gun and struck
Daniels on the nose.
ONE OF THE other youths flagged down a passing cab
.. '. Nothing to it! Call Shelley's and order any and asked the driver to call the police the report said.,
.. :,.',",," : .' size pizza with your favorite goodies. By thev U PD officers on the scene could not locate the suspect..
; .time it be loaded with Irvin Deggeller, proprietor of the Carnigras could not
.. ou've.put away you'll
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; identify any of his employes on the basis of the description
,' pepperoni or anchovies or green pepper or .. supplied by the victims.
-" : # sausage or mushroom or bacon or onion or The,youths'were taken to the UPD station where they gave
ground beef or any combination of the 'above. written statements. The case is' still under investigation,
Shuler said.
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"., :, ", you can get loaded on fine beer or wines. The II

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By JOE MORAN in Lakeland. In addition new cash registers are being installed
Alligator Staff Writer in Publix stores which will be adaptable to scanning OF LAWOF

systems.In ORANGE COUNTY
The row of lines and numbers recently added to most spite of the advantages offered by the installation of the CALIfORNIA'S LARGEST LAW SCHOOLFULLY
grocery product packages are not a CIA invention, designed to system, there is some resistance to its implementation.Because ACCREDITED BY THI COMMITTEE OF BAR
keep track of the eating habits of radicals and subversives.The ( the computer, not the clerk, reads and totals EXAMINERS OF THI STATI BAR .OF CALIFORNIA
lines and numbers, known to retailers as the Universal prices, marking prices on each item becomes an inconvenience OFFERS A CHOICE OF FOUR
Product Code(UPC), are designed to be read by an electronic. to the retailer. The price of each item would be. PROGRAMS OF LAW STUDY:
scanner which identifies the product to an in-store computer. placed only-on the shelf where the item is stored "'' ; u' of
IN EITHER JVi or J YEARS FULL-TIME law study
THE COMPUTER, programmed by the store manager, WRAY SAID CONSUMERS would oppose the absence of ((15-16 classroom' hours per w..kl.) or
transmits the price of the item back to the check-out station price markings on each item. Some consumer advocates say IN EITHER 0r.r 4 YEARS of PART-TIME day, evening
and keeps an inventory of each item sold. this would reduce customer awareness of price trends. or.weekend law study ((3 classes per week 3.4 hours
The specially designed cash register prints out detailed The consumer advocates contend that most price trends are per clan), '
receipt including the product and its brand name and discovered by the customer when price markings on identical. You can earn your JURIS DOCTOR (IJ.D.I) degree and'
automatically totals sales tax, coupon discounts and changedue items purchased several weeks apart are compared. become liON eligible to take the CALIFORNIA BAR EXAMINA.
the customer. Supermarketing Magazine reports that the largest problemin WHITE FOR CATALOGUE
Manufacturers of the scanning systems including IBM, implementing the system involves many stores'policy of not I Dopt.12"
National Cash Register Co., Singer and Bunker Ramo repricing merchandise already on display. 1111 North State College Blvd.
claim supermarkets using the system will be able to operatemore BECAUSE THE COMPUTER cannot be programmed t to
efficiently with fewer personnel, and will be able to total charge two different prices for the same product, a store Z- Fullerton, CA 92631.
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OF THE beginning of this year, only six supermarkets, price increase. Provisionally Accredited,
mostly in the northeast, had installed scanning systems. No One possible solution would be to attach new UPC labels in at 1333 Front St.
,stores in .the Gainesville area, or in Florida are using the the store on the items to be sold at the'old price and re- San Diego, CA 921011)
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Buford Wray, vice president of retail management for the with the higher'price.SUPERMARKETING. FALL SEMESTER BEGINS AUGUST 28, 1975ALL
Florida Publix stores,.said the chain has no immediate plansto MAGAZINE also reports,,however, PROGRAMS ALSO.START IN JANUARY 176
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efficiency of the system. during the last year. Thus'. relabeling lower priced stock APPROVED FOR VETERANSYOU'RE .
Wray said there are not enough products with UPC would be as time consuming as marking each individual item.
markings at this time.A Officers of, various grocery chains predict that 7,800 to
LOCAL PUBLIX official said, however, that the chain 8,000 supermarkets will have installed the system-at a priceof
has demonstrated the system to retailers at their main office approximately'$100.000 per store by 1980.






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LESLIE GOLAY agenda because the Budget and Finance Committee wanted
Alligator Staff Writer reinterview student groups before they balanced the ,.

3 budget. Malone said. '.
A The Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee's J 1975-76 IN OTIIER BUSINESS, the senate funded four special
$2.5 million budget recommendations passed on final reading requests totally SI.635. According to Nick Lang, budget and \
Tuesday' at a sparsely attended Student Senate meeting. finance committee chairman,there is presently $5,000 left in
Student Senate President Kevin Malone said, UF administrators the special request budget. ,,
were concerned about the proposed activity and A Whistle. Stop Rape Program,which would make whistles
service tee infirmary allocation. available to women on campus as part of a rape prevention .:\
THE INFIRMARY'S 1974.75 budget was$614,395, and for campaign was allotted $650 for the purchase of 1,200 '.
next year the budget was cut to $590,039. whistles. \
After the ASFAC recommendations are signed by Student UF's Soccer,Club was allotted $610 for bus transportation :,
Body President Steve Merryday and Student Body Treasurer to the Mobile Invitational Southeastern Soccer Classic April o
Greg Sherman,they will be presented to UF President Robert 18 through 20. ',\
0. Marston for his approval. A special request for $300 to partially fund a student
Kevin Malone said he was disturbed at the number of anthology of short stories, poems, drawings and photographs
senators who have quit attending senate meetings. w as!!also approved.The anthology is a cooperative effort of the
"ANY SENATOR who did show for this National for Women and Student Governmentand '
or excitement, or racing, or exhilaration, or sport, or not up meeting Organization
and the last meeting I will be under the presumption that will be available free to UF students.
fun, or friendship, or a thousand other reasonsbutmost they have resigned. There is no way we, (the senate) can The Honor Court clerk's salary received a $75 raise from
of all because Hobie Cat is a fantastic way of life. function with 41 people here" Malone said. special requests to increase the total salary to $150 per
The Student Government 1975-76 budget was taken off the quarter from the previous $75 per quarter.
A Hobie Cat is the more than 500 annual regattas
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It's a way of life. -
Free on$5.000 bond,Scott Camil left the custody of federal Hospital for a check up after leaving Alachua General. He
To join the action set in your area. seeThe marshalls and Alachua General Hospital Wednesday and said the VA will give him check-ups from now on "because
went home to begin an investigation into his shooting. I'm a veteran and I don't have any money."_
"I'm anxious to sit down with Mike and Larry and talk But he was quick to praise everyone at Alachua General for
everything out"he said. He was referring to Michael Oliver, their treatment of him.
JI the leader of his support group, and his attorney Larry Camil was arrested and shot during an alleged drug deal he
3702 N.MAIN Turner. was conducting with federal agents last week. He was later
Camil said he went to the Veteran's Administration (VA) indicted on six drug and assault counts.


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heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali. Marth Griffis and a program about W.C. Fields. ?
.HOfllE CATwmmmmmmmr Ali's speech, entitled "Friendship" will be presented According to Scott Ageloff, Accent speakers chairman,
Thursday, April 17 at 8 p.m. The location will be announcedlater speaker possibilities include former Secretary of the Interior
...W'eyof I/fa this week. Stewart. Udall, feminine activist Germaine Greer, and ex-CIA
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JUDY MOORE five per cent of its customers in any month'
Alligator Staff Writer Foley said.

HOWEVER, DAN LOBECK, student
The day. of the dime phone call may be gone government secretary for 'consumer' affairs, ; :

forever.A said the charge is discriminatory toward 4.chtzIoH1eTa
Southern Bell request to raise pay phone university towns.
rates to 20 cents in Florida is being consideredby often in
"People change addresses more
the Public Service Commission (PSC). need for :
university towns and have a greater
ANOTHER PROPOSAL consideredby
being directory assistance. 1 am writing a letter of
the PSC is a three-listing per month limitto .
protest to the PSC, Lobeck said. V
free assistance.
directory Lobeck said that in a consumer survey
Under the proposal, a 20 cent charge for conducted last quarter Southern Bell 3wVk'3
each additional listing request would be
received the second most consumer com- i
added to monthly telephone bills. plaints of any'local business. Only UniversityCity
George Hanna, public information officerof National Bank received more complaints Environmental Action Group
the PSC, said the request was submittedlast he said.
November and a decision is due in July.
"BESIDES WRITING letters of protest to
IF APPROVED, the hike would
pay phone the PSC, anyone opposed to the proposed
1952, when
the first increase since rates
charges should be sure to register any
wet "ised'.from five cents to 10'cents. legitimate service complaints against \ cv)5 % 2OLUI
business of
office
Judy :y manager Southern Bell with the PSC," Lobeck said. )
Gainesville "outhern said increased
Bell
On the brighter side for students SouthernBell
installation 'aintenance of coin
ai. costs
is offering a system to help students to
phone operations '-ssitate the rate hike.
save time and money on fall quarter telephone
Foley said the ins would primarily installations.

effect people who do not hohone in their Margaret Wagner. business office

residence and tourists.: said the would
supervisor system suspend
"By keeping rate increases in u, "tea in telephone service during the summer, and
which the that *,of eott8 Olfft
only
expense occurs gro allow students to restore service at the same
customers suffers the increase," Foley saio. number in the fall by calling Southern Bell )

AN ADDITIONAL charge for information collect, before returning.to school.
requests has already taken effect in New "ANY PHONE, CALLS received at the
York North Carolina and Georgia. student's number during the summer wouldbe s&usOutSudattMs
Foley said the charge would .effect only a 'referred to the student's home number,"
small percentage of the public that excessivelyuse Wagner said.
the service. The funds collected, would
The service would cost $3.50 per month
help to prevent further monthly rate increasesin with a$10 restoration fee in the fall. The total t8I
local service charges. cost of this service is $20.50 as compared withthe SOU8
"Southern Bell studies have shown that less
regular'$30 installation charge.
than 20 per cent of subscribers make over 73 Wagner said the long lines in front of the

per cent of the total directory assistance calls. Southern Bell office ,each year at the,
Cincinnati Bell, which first
was the companyto beginning of fall quarter could be avoided if
implement the'charge, bills no more than students would call Southern Bell collect to' I

install service.

Common Cause "STUDENTS CAN CALL us collect from
their homes before returning to Gainesville
and make an appointment to have a phone
will installed. The fee can be mailed in. Many w help you
pres speak students don't realize this and stand in lines

for hours to accomplish the same thing that a

simple phone call would do," Wagner said. ptback to reality.
The Acting President ?f Common Cause, Wagner also encouraged students to call .
David Cohen, will speak, on: "Executive early to beat the rush to get phones discon- J
Branch Accountability-Government Waste ,nected before going home for the summer.
WILEY SBI-TEACHING GUIDES
and Inefficiency," Friday at 11:45: at a "Students should begin calling in May to
luncheon at the Sweden House Reading Skills-ANS Cobol-Genetics-Background May fir 4 Computer World-
Restaurant, make an appointment. If they wait, the phone
Skills for Effective
Communication Skills and
-Study -How\fi ftlK with Children (
2400 SW 13th St. lines will be jammed and.it will be very difficult other peopleLogarlthmsClear) that
Writing-Letters dirt Business-Thinking
The lunch costs $2.95. The public is In- to get through," she said. Metric Physics Problems: Mechanics and Heat PtyVA Problem: Electricity
vited. For information call Enid Mahon, 372- The phone number to call for service information Magnetism and Optics-Intro,to Data Processing-Mon_"/ 1 M fo' Economy-Quick
4197. is 3729001. Calculus Business Mathematics- Math Shortcuts -,.>Af library Accounting
Essentials Adding Machines and calculators InterpryV a tt Scores Life's
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''.,M.:rr i "M / MW.tgrL Alligator Staff Writer provides scholarships from gifts contributedby
fxflp j ni.b'TK 377-1445 its members."I '
Members and "friends" of the UF Alumni' UNDERSTAND the gifts are matched
or Association made donations in'excess of S5.2 with federal funds" that enable larger
million \to UF last year. scholarships to be offered Ebaugh said.
372-0421 According to Director of UF Alumni David M. Anderson a local attorney
Univ
17 nit J Affairs Don Poucher there are currently contributed to UF because it is an annual part
95,000 members of the Alumni Association of his law firm's policy to give UF money
although he did not know how many of those since three out of tour members of the firm
members have contributed. are UF alumni.
PRIVATE DONATIONS totaled $4.8 "All of us feel it is a way of demonstratingour
million in 1973 and there were "roughly" regard towards UF as a part of the
87.800 members on roll Poucher said. community." Anderson said.
Members and friends of the Alumni
Association donate gilts through the UF UF'sEnochon
; Foundation or the Law Center Association
not through the Alumni Association he said.
"The foundation sponsors fund raising
"Treasurer Sherman it completely programs which include money received councilJay
open to tluderrt hit
any seeking
advice or presenting a complaint on through wills fixed assets such as land grants
matter within hit jurisdiction\ In and other similar gifts" he said. Enoch. UF Professor of Opthalmolog,
, tummory Treasurer the committee Sherman concludeithat It on THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION sponsors has been appointed to a national committee
eaemplery SO o kiol"' Honor service programs tor UF alumni. which awards $40 million in research grants
Court Report January 1975 "We have local alumni club activities and for eye research., a
other types of service activities one of which is Enoch's appointment by Secretary of
4i a career counseling service for members who Health. Education and Welfare Casper.
want job counseling." Poucher said. Weinberger will run until Sept. JO. 1976.
'. :.. The membership of the association has The member National Advisory Councilof
!'".f .r;: 'increased steadily since 1906 the earliest date the National Institute of Health is advisedby
of membership records because every student three grant evaluation committees which
who graduates from UF automatically establish priorities for grant recipients. The
becomes a member he said. National Advisory Council then studies the
"EACH GRADUATE i is automatically put national program and decides what areas
You Can Count ShermanGreg on our mailing list and becomes a member of need help. .
on the alumni association. Members do not pay "It's not interesting to read about very
any dues. If someone writes and asks us to be mundane. But it'A important:' Enoch said.

doesn't waste time on '.talk. Because he's busy taken off the membership list then we'll do it.
but if he doesn't then he's a member of the Library/ week
watching out for your money. And trying to save it. For Alumni Association whether he likes it or
example, look at the Florida Turnpike toll discount not" Poucher said.
Poucher said he works for the UF Foun-
You to 25 tolls. amnestyofferedLibrary
program. can save up percent on your

It's one of Greg's 1974 Campaign pledges. Today, it's the dation success because and he training"believes I've in many enjoyed cases is tines will not be collected during

working. directly related to my schooling at UF. I feel National Library Week from April 13 through
that I have some obligation to help support April 19 at the Santa Fe Regional Library the
When Sherman gives you his v/ord, you can count on it. UF:' main library in Gainesville, branchlibraries
Newton Ebaugh. a local engineering and bookmobiles.
consultant contributed to UF because the "About 1,200 books a year are checked out
of the library and not returned," Dianne
Re-elect ShermanSG Murphy assistant director and chief of
Aid circulation at the Santa Fe 1 egional Library

TREASURER (from page one) said.She said many people don't return books or
they feel guilty about not returning them on
McQuat said.A time.
SECOND FINANCIAL aid program the '"We usually get about $200 a week ;in fines
Student Financial Aid Trust Fund is ad- from overdue books. I hope that this amenitywill
Let's be realistic ministered by'the state Department of encourage people to bring them back,"
Education and provides source money for Murphy said. ;
Florida Student Loans Turner said. "If they bring them back during National
the "I'd like to see the flexibility to spend this Library Week they'll be saving themselvessome
about money where we need it," Turner said. "Oneof money and others will be able to use the
our problems is that the decision-making books," she said.Poet .
0'r power in Financial aid has been moved to
.: Student Senate Tallahassee and Washington.."
Even with additional aid provided by a talks herePoet
tuition hike however Turner said he "fearswe
the threshold of deteriorating
are on
and translator' Robert Fitzgerald

I 4 For the last few years, the Senate has been a joke. financial TilE NEW resources"GENERAL for students.financial aid fund will.speak on "A Translator's Home" 8p.m.
Tuesday bat, the J.
on May Wayne
, : But to Florida Student Party's Senate candidates, it's, will automatically, become law unless it is Reitz Union.
i Especially when the Senate amended out of the fee hike bill.sent to the is
" no laughing matter.. Fitzgerald teaching' a seminar on
Florida legislature ,by the regents.
of in Homer as the English Department's
million
$2.5 your money
I ; allocated and spent The fee hike becomes law automatically
Distinguished Visiting Writer for the
/ t' r '1974. unless the l legislature actively votes to reject it.; spring quarter.Pandora's.
'. I The legislature can also amend the fee bill.

So we will demand financial responsibirity in SG. If' ..

you don't get the benefits, we won't ,spend themoney.

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The 1 more educated a person is, the more liquorhe iii i

is likely to consume.

That 1 tact .is among the more amazing ones in
the "Second Special Report to the U.S. Congresson

Alcohol and Health," prepared by a 38-

member task force, and released in July 1974. P4hiE'

According to the report, the proportion of

heavier drinkers "increases fairly steadily, from 6

per cent of those with grammar-school educationto

13 per cent of those with post-graduate

degrees." n 4 _
Forty per cent ((21,700) of all motor vehicle
deaths nation-wide in 1971 were believed at- (

tributable to alcohol. :

Society also is burdened economically throughlost

production of goods and services, health and

medical costs and motor vehicle accident costs. THATS WHAT WE NEED!'
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These 1 three losses amount to $25 billion annually.In 'WHAT WE NEED IS NEW LEADERSHIP! NEW LEADERSHIP

a timewhen million dollar budget cuts send

shock waves through an entire university system,

losing $25 billion is overwhelming, even if on a

national scale.. Abortion money may be cut

The Myers Act, which went into effect Jan. 1,
decriminalized the public drunk in Florida.

Drunks are now sent to rehabilitation. centers instead Remember the days before abortion was legal? Women Some of these programs include medicaid neighborhoodhealth
of drying out in jail cells. llie old system just with money and connections could still find a doctor to centers community health centers migrant health
didn't work. Treatment, instead of arrest, is the perform a safe abortion. and rape prevention and control centers.
new method of dealing with drunks in this state, The rest of us had to settle for kitchen-table abortions at
THE AMENDMENT states that no funds shall be used
proving it is possible to make positive strides to cut-rate We may costs.be going back to the old days soon if three U.S. "directly or indirectly to pay for. .abortion." Because of the
solve the age-old problem of alcoholism.Now senators including James Buckley. R-N.Y.. have their way "directly or indirectly" and the above-noted "encourage."
These senators have announced that they will propose an the amendment could be interpreted even more broadly. It
of bills
two legislators have proposed a pair
amendment on the senate floor which would prohibit the use might be construed to prevent nurses from receiving trainingon
designed to recoup some of the wasted money. of any federal government funds to pay for or encourage abortion counseling or services; it might prevent family
planning clinics from performing'' testing counseling
abortion. pregnancy
Richard R-Minneola has
Rep. Langeley, ,
Many poor women must depend on public facilities or or referrals.
proposed a'bill with a dual First, it would
purpose. federal government programs to pay for their health care.
impose an additional 5 per cent surcharge on all Needless to say these facilities and programs receive federal

license tees from vendors manufacturers, and government funds. T JANIS MAltA
distributors of wine and liquor; and impose an
additional surcharge of 5 per cent on all excise SINCE THIS BILL would prohibit the use of federal
government funds for abortion, poor women are left'once L OPINIONPublic
wine
taxes already imposed on and liquor.
again with the short end of the stick.

Second and more important,. the bill would The amendment has many far-reaching implications.Public .
and university hospitals public health clinics and
:
establish the Florida State Alcoholic family planning clinics receive federal government funds. hospitals could be prohibited from having abortion
Welfare could be blocked from using their
Rehabilitation Trust Fund. The clinics. women
surcharge money This amendment could be used to prevent these agencies from
from both of the taxes would go directly to the performing therapeutic abortions unless they are necessary to checks to pay for abortion referral and services.

fund.A save the life of the mother. This
proposed amendment is ,not the only disquieting
The amendment to S. 66. on omnibus health bill reads as
development in the abortion situation. According to the
second bill, sponsored in the Florida House by follows:. Philadelphia Inquirer. Sen. Hugh Scott. R-Pa.. is considering
Rep. William Rish U-Fort St. Joe' would deposit drafting an anti-abortion Constitutional amendment of his
12 per cent of the excise tax collected from sale of "NO FUNDS authorized under this or any other act may be
alcoholic beverages which contain between 14 and used in any manner directly or indirectly, to pay for or to own.MAJORITY REPORT, a nationally-circulated feminist
encourage the performance of abortion except in the case newspaper devoted most of its March issue to the growing
48 per cent alcohol by weight into the newly- where such an abortion is necessary to preserve the life of the power of anti-abortion forces. Many of the articles describedthe
created trust fund. mother" active anti-abortion efforts of the "Right to life" groupsin
Because of the generalization "to pay for or to encourage many states.
It would also increase the excise tax on such
"
performance of abortion this amendment can be interpreted Right now the abortion picture is looking bad. It's enoughto
drinks ( wines) from $3.75 to $4.25
except per to of the abortion make U.S.
cover many aspects process- a supporter of abortion drop a line to Florida's
gallon. counseling, referral or actual abortion services. Because if it isDn Sens. Lawton Chiles and Richard Stone to let them know her
amendment to an omnibus health bill it would prohibit'federal his j
or feelings on the subject.
Turned down last Rish said he
year. expects government funds from being used for these purposesin This is the right time to make one's feelings known; actionon
passage of both bills during this year's I legislative many government programs. the amendments is predicted to begin in late April. 1'w"
session. The most important consequence for the ,
state will be the $15 million generated to tight

alcoholism in Florida. Ron Cunningham David 10"
The Independent Edltor-lftChlef Managing Editor
The Department of Health and Rehabilitative .
Services (HRS) would administer the trust fund. Florida Georg.Kochont.c Jr. Donna Mrgn+on
Alligator Photo Editor Layout Editor
The $15 million would enhance the present _. .
till Qnteti:4tt:
capabilities of HRS to provide needed aid to those :, Mlndl4iman Jody CarlinN.ws
afflicted with drunkenness. IP! Editor .' Layout Editor

The 1 only obstacle in the way of passage is the RATonyKendilor,...;....,.f..1..t.Y. General I Manager
liquor and beer lobby. This is another example of Ja "?V. ?lV.. ...,........., .. .. ... .. .....,...... Assistant General ManogertofFf" Published byr.'MIIIIMIH
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the importance of overriding an influential lobby. AnneMolphurs ..,,..........I..t. .... ..... ...... ..... .. .*.. ,fcv lrfc*. : f.'ltlltnilHIMHtl'HI' *. 'I..''
' C.Roy Shipp .i... 'f*"' .'hR IM+-:V...,. .. . .. .Y..a... Business Manager
"Ihw c is one of my crazy, ideas; Risti said Tom MacNamora .. P.O. for 13266 University
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adding :'he''hadn't' patterned the new legislation 'Rav Mcc..Jr:'; ,.'*. :.. .iWOrfrfb/'J 1 { ;, IV..,M'..%;? ,f.H.n.I'.,'.. ......... ...tf JV? fAavertlsIngManager+""** Aeeountont. -.1, I. "stcnlOlGcaln.VIlIe. :;Florid wilfJt
after other state's laws. Donna Lubrano. . ::; ;'t#..!.....\t.Y.... :. .. .... .n. . .Advertising Coordinator t. :offices Behind the College M r
any key Harper .. .'.. ,....;...... ..,.. .., .. .. .. .Sp.clol Sections Coordinator ITJt W..,'"'nlvenity Avenue/ :
Hut don't think the idea sounds 'so at Lynda"omler. .. .. . 0';.. ;. .., ........ . . .Adv.rtisingProductlonMonog.r Business OHice phone: 376-444.
we crazy Lynn Solder . . ,. .I ...:;.. ..; ..... .. .. .Editorial Production Editorial Deportment: 776.44.Advertising .
all. in tact, it sounds a whole lot'more educated .. . . MonoerEditorial and ProductionDeportment +
Jim Eapollto !' ... ... ....'. .. .... Production
than wasting $25 billion per year and 21,700 lives. GI.nda Martin. . .. . .. . . .. . ,.. .Circulation ICIossHled Manager Manager *: 37..4'12.Pag.,12 .


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Grassroots platform explainedEDITOR'S ,




NOTEi This is the third in a series of,four half
people who are paid out of your student activity fees today tertainment.
pages given by The Alligator to the student government plan on being paid out of your taxes tomorrow. Grassroots will encourage the participation of moreminority
parties for their use. Each of the panics is allowed to write out .Grassroots is not running against its own record (as are students in SG activities on something more than the
their platforms and plans for SO. Tuesday's Alligator explained Action and Florida Student Party, who have simply changedthe present token basis.
Action's plank, Wednesday's had the Florida Student old names "Friends" and "Impact.:)) Grassroots also proposes the tollowing: '
Party and today, the Grassroots Reform Movement will give Grassroots does not believe the practice of handing out .In order to insure a more equitable distribution of funds, y\.
their views. jobs based on patronage rather than qualifications should require a demographic analysis of the various groups in the ''I;
Grassroots Reform Party candidates for the top five continue. The present budget provides $125.000 in worker's student population. Presently. SG tends to support favorite
positions in student government will not accept any of the salaries for concerts, intramurals, etc. We want to see these projects of SG "insiders."
$7,200 normally paid to those office holders. They have signed periodic positions advertised and awarded on the basis of .End the distribution of complimentary tickets to SG '
sworn affidavits (on file in Alachua County Circuit Court) merit, not because of the "bloc" votes given to the winning officials. I I
pledging to return student activity fees to projects that will party in SG elections. .Enact a statute prohibiting paying student senators for >'1'ii.:
directly benefit the UF student body. Grassroots does not believe that the present so-called other work done in SG. -"r
We believe that In this time of cutbacks, tuition raises and "control" of the $2.5 million activity and service tee money Require that a record be kept of how each senator voted, !
economic hardships, students cannot afford to pay student should be preserved simply to give the SG treasurer a feelingof especially on financial bills. This has never been done in the.
politicans for on-the-job training.,Although we are not attempting power. Unlike the other two panics, we will support State
to abolish salaries for the future we believe the Rep. Lee Moffitt's bill if an amendment, proposed to him by past.Provide for the removal 1 of any SG official by 50 per cent of
. concept of an all-volunteer student government can work andis treasurer candidate Tony Lombardy is added allowing his-her constituency in petition.
desirable. Personal gain should not be the prime incentivefor students (not SG officials) to allocate 20 per cent of the activity Maintain regular office hours and publish telephone
ANY government position especially at this microcosmiclevel. fees to either activites or the General Education Fund numbers of all five top officers, all senators, and all honor
which by law can only be used for educational programs. This court justices.For .
The argument against this proposal is weak the thesis could provide up to $500,000 for EDUCATION, individual further information about the Grassroots Reform
being that only the well-to-do would be able to serve in students would directly allocate their money to the programsof Movement, interested individuals may call 376.1984 Dump
Student Government., Considering the enormous amount of their choice. and SG would not lose its present level of Student Operation 1984)) or 378-9728. We hope you will truly
money that goes into these elections that usually happens funding. consider this opportunity to make this the first real election .
anyway. Grassroots treasurer candidate Tony Lombardy will ever on this campus. There is only one outside party running
The plain truth is that the UF SG has traditionally been the request an outside. audit of SG finances and has signed a in this election, and we are unified. The others are running
shortest and surest river to Tallahassee; UFs invisible Collegeof legally binding agreement to that effect. against their own records and competing for a bloc vote. Both
Politics. Service to the student body has been, at best, a Grassroots will attempt to implement many of the reforms of them want you to stay away from the polls so they can keep
secondary consideration and the quality of such service has which we proposed in the past and which have been grabbedas the money power, and tickets to Tallahassee. Ross Thompson
grown poorer. political fodder. (The Office of Consumer Affairs ,is an Ilene Young Tony, Lombardy Mike Worral. Gary
The third floor of the J. Wayne Reitz has the aura of a example, along with virtually every project it has issued a Shachat. and the Grassroots candidates are offering you
bureaucracy designed only to perpetuate itself. press release on this year. We just hope the Consumer Guides something which won't be swept out with the paper and
This past year Steve Merryday who publicly supported the (cost: $5.000)) will not be outdated since they have been held promises when Wednesday's gone.
last tuition hike (Orlando Sentinel March I II page I, sectionB for release in the last days of the campaign. Action and Florida Student Party will tell you that an all-
) was paid $2.200 by UF students. Greg Sherman receivedthe .Grassroots will support constitutional reform, since we volunteer SG won't work. They'll tell you that more of what
same amount for his part-time work as treasurer. Jim invented the issue last year and acquired 5,000 signatures at they've been giving you is worth every penny in salaries.
Eaton received $781.19 for.half of a term as president of the the end of last spring quarter to do away with the present, unlimited long-distance phone calls, travel accounts etc. We
UF Student Senate. blatantly political document. recall Goldsmith's admonition:
Grassroots will not be pan of the Florida Blue Key .Grassroots will abide by the state Government-in-the "111 fares the land
seniority system, which has controlled SG on this campus for Sunshine'and Public Records laws..to which SG is subject. hastening ills a prey
most of this century, and placed its members in high level .Grassroots will strive, within the limits of its budgetary where wealth accumulates
government positions after on-the-job training at UF. The priorities, to provide better and MORE BALANCED en and men decay."


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War game in Vietnam

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EDITOR Doug 'Hatch's countrymen from the North Cong."
column "Starvation and not dollars from America Now if Hatch requests
Threatens Vietnam'hit me that save the starving funds for the South yet does
with as much credibility a multitudes of the South. not condemn the North, then
George Jessel bond drive. IRONICALLY, AFTER what exactly is his stand
Mr. Hatch requests attempting to establish a high 'regarding Vietnam?
American aid to South degree of emotional support. My interpretation is that he J
Vietnam's starving for the South using terms enjoys a good war game that "
population.HE such as "military tragedy" is funded by the United States ',.
CLAIMS starvation in (implying defeat) and "of- and is supplied in manpowerby
Vietnam is due to the latest fensive" (implying North) South Vietnam.
communist offensive, which Hatch states "no blame can
could be remedied by massive be placed on the North Raymond Weiss
American financial support. Vietnamese or the Viet 3JM
Unfortunately, there is no
validity to his argument. The Independent
Firstly since Congress ended
aid to the South, any money ....
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sent for humanistic reasons
would be funneled off into

:.. General Thieu's military Entertainment Draper Editor Gory Associate Salonoft Editor
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,..; "" '- \ /1bt" Secondly, it is not the ErlcCstrln
: Communist offensive which is Wire Editor
11Wlar responsible for mass star-
vation in South Vietnam. Greg Forcer Tom Shrodet I
Rather, it is purely 'a con- Sports Editor; Ant.Newt Editor

sequence of an American
imposed "defensive." I
THIS DEFENSIVE poured
money ,and men into South LETTERS POLICY't
Vietnam for more than a Letters" mutt:
decade attempting to save .B. typed. signed, double-spaced and not exceed 300
some unexplainable elementin word
its political structure. .Not b. signed with a pseudonym..
But if the United States is Have addresses and telephone number, of writers.
IIFalIE sincere in wanting to save Names will be withheld only if writer shows just cause.
lives in Vietnam !its only The editor, reserves the right to edit all letters" for space.
alternative is immediate and' Writers may submit longer essays columns or Utters" to be
ATI'M' financiat'with. considered' use as guest columns. Any writer Interested
complete in submitting a regular column Is asked to contact the editor ; .
drawal. and be prepawd to show samples' of his work.Th. .
Only then will the destitute
: eat. Oddly, it will be fellow
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By JANET PARK said there were seven rapes and one attempted rape last year i CARRYING CASI AND iATTDHO.

Alligator Staff Writer on campus.

THE PROGRAM is designed to: CALCULATORSALE

Within two weeks, women on campus can get a free .symbolize a united stand against attacks on women.

whistle from Student Government's "Whistle Stop Rape" .summon help to a woman being attacked.

campaign.The Varnes cautioned against depending on the whistles for PRICE/
Student Senate Tuesday night allocated $650 for the complete security.

cost of the whistles and promotional posters. "Th y're just another form of self-protection" Varnes said. 4C $20

SG DIRECTOR for Women's Affairs Cindy Shellenbergersaid Shellenberger said the manufacturer of the whistles said

the whistles should be worn around the neck and the they can be shipped in three days and she is allowing a weekto ,

Campus Shop and Bookstore has donated string for this print I 100 posters. 4 DAYS ONLY

purpose. She said she plans to set up three tables at different campus APRIL 9 THRU 12 at
Wearing the whistles signifies awareness of the dangers of locations for women students to show their ID's and pick up WED THURS FIAGLER INN
possible attacks on women Shellenberger said. their whistles during the planned two-day period. FRI 12 to 9 1250 W. Univ. Av..
Police SAT: 10 to 4 Suit.'234 A 236
University Martha Varnes
Investigator
Department Twelve hundred whistles were ordered.











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INDIAN DAN( PERFORMANCE

Cefebiiation I 1 P Sponsored by the J. Wayne Reitz Union,

'. ,'/ h Asian Studies Department, Public Functions COURSESRegistration

: 1 p and the Arts and Sciences Student Council
.. April 7-12 .. ; K An Indian dance performance featuring three for all workshops and l lesions will take place> In Room
.
390 from 9:00: a.m.to 4:00: p.m.,March 31 through April 11.
:. Sponsored by ODK and the J. Wayne.. traditional cultural dances will be presented in the J.Wayne Students, faculty and staff members and their spouses will have

} Reitz Union Reitz Union Ballroom at 8:15: p.m. on April 18. priority for lesson enrollment from March 31 through April 4. Onlyafter

.. :} Anjali, the performer will be giving her first performance this time will registration be open to other persons.
: h In the Southeastern United States. Due to price and registration differentials, It will be necessary' that
each person come to register' with appropriate Identification.

Thurs., April 10 UNIVERSITY JAZZ h INDIAN OINNER Enrollment for Individual classes Is limited and therefore on a
BAND first-come, first-sened basiL Persons! may only register for
themselves.

: 12:30 p.m. rIn coordination with the dance performance, the J. Because registration for all workshops and lesions Is'limited we

J Fri., April 11 DEBATE TEAM Wayne Reitz Union will sponsor a dinner of India must consider your decision to enroll final by 4:00: p.m. the
EXHIBITION NoonRENAISSANCE working day preceding the first scheduled class. Refunds will
cuisine. The dinner will precede the
} performance an only be mode under these circumstances.
ENSEMBLE will give people an opportunity to become CONTSMTOtAIIT WITCHCRAFT.ORCSRV .

r 8:15: p.m.TALENT acquainted with food and music' of India. THt.ART Of SONS ATue $ AND MACK
AprillS-Moy27 Tue*April I$May 17
;: SHOW Admission is free, however those attending the India 7:90.9:: 930.m 7:30-9:30 p.M

/ : 9:30 p.m. dinner will get reserved seating. INSTRUCTOR Terry omitsl5oosud.nM: INSTRUCTORCXkWJa Mullen.. :

t I / $10.00 Student
/ J Sat., April 12 ART EXHIBITION & SALE Reserved seats for the dance performance will ber $20.00 Non-Slud.nls $I 5.00 Non-Student

10:00: a.m. 6:00: p.m. r made available to those attending the dinner. ASTROtOOVI. I ttOWVOUROWNOrgank .
(
Thur. GardeningTue
April 17 29
May
Tickets are $4.00. for U of F students .$5.50 for non- 730-9:: :30pm. *April l$Moy 27
/ students. INSTRUCTORWiklJo : 730-: 30,.m.
.k ***** Mull. INSTRUCTORStonMlocli:
Beginning April 7, tickets will be on sale at the $10: .00 Student .

SUGARLAND University Box Office (Constans Theatre) from 12:00: to SHOO NonStudent.MTRCftOGV $M iaOO 00 Non Student Student! .

4:30: p.m., Mon. through Fri. No tickets will be Wed April I -May H IS GROW YCI.OWNIOrgmik

EXPRESSA available at the door. Phone 392-1653 for reser 7 INSTRUCTORDavid:30-1:30pm:, (ThurAprtH7May2 Gardening)*

vations. Coe,,",... 7:>>':30pm.
$10.00 Student INSTRUCTOR.StanPoHoch:
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Everybody else Wed April lAme 16-June JIWRRY(Beginning CONSTRUCTION, ) 11}$10.00 00 Non Student Student $1100Non.Studenl$iaOO Student
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persons have placed deposits on our Miami-Madrid :. $ Student '
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Thursday-Saturday UFgroufocuses pot laws

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By FRANK RINELLA decided to get involved" said Mattaway.
Alligator StaffWrlterA NORML is a national, privately funded organization whose
On selected prints, & postersby major function is to lobby for decriminalization of marijuana.
campus chapter of the National Organization for Reformof "NORML discourages the use of drugs for recreational
scher, Dali, Parrish,etc. Marijuana Laws (NORML). is being set up by a student purposes. But we would like to' see marijuana
and a professor at UFo decriminalized," Goffman said.
and Shane Mattaway, 2UC, with advice from Dr., Irving J. GOFFMAN has been affiliated with NORML for the last
% OFF metalsection frames Goffman, economic department chairman and a national three of the organization's five years and he has been. 'on the
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board member of NORML, is developing plans for the new national board for two years.
SUSAN'S FRAMES THINGS chapter."I Goffman stresses however,that NORML is concerned with
FINALLY SAW one too many stories in the.newspaper only marijuana decriminalization. "I 1 have never heard any
1207 SW 16th Ave Cin City Plaza about a person being busted for possession of marijuana.and I discussion by the board about lobbying. for any other drugs
378-9244 besides marijuana" he said.
NORML lobbies for change in state marijuana laws and
'.:.. ':.., challenges the constitutionality of the laws in court, Goffman
;7 said.
.,#. .. Mattaway said he believes even if marijuana is

Item Disions .... decriminalized there should be laws governing its use,
,. .. ... "THERE WILL have to be laws that will forbid minors
.. .., from using it. I know I wouldn't want my little grade school
brother using the stuff unless he knew) how to use it properly,"
Mattaway said. ,.
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Fran the l lif The aim of the,UF chapter: is to develop the issues so that
.,r/ other special interest groups can lobby effectively Goffman
".. '' said.The .",
UF chapter also will lobby' in Tallahassee. Several
IDahauishnuOrchestra state legislators will introduce bills concerning marijuana in
this year's session Goffman said.
..(. ".. The chapter will hold its first meeting April 24 in McCarty
.N. .,. ... Auditorium from 7:30 p.m.,to 10 p.m..


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Eternity's Breath-Parts 1 & 2 IRVING J.GOFFMAN' "
The, textbook "Comprehensive Pediatric Naming,
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Cosmic Strut/On. / The Way Home To Earth v students practitioners and educators; Included in the book '
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( Seniors are needed for overseas assignments beginning this. nurse clinician at the University of Kansas Medical
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P Poj* U. Th. lndpfldnt Florida Alligator..Thunday. April 10.1975 ,
I FOR SALEGOOD FOR SALE FOR RENTroom FOR RENT

SOUND All pioneer equip. 1971 60xl2.V,H. front kitchen 2 BR for rent 68,73 + '* utility 1914 NW mole roommate needed far '182 spring far
CLASSIFIEDSFOR
speakers 60 watts peak each turntable living R. Bt R: Awning, auto washing 4th eve 378-4869 air conditioned. (b."- quarter at oak forest apartment 3729303.
call tim al
pl-41 belt drive sx 1500p amplifier call machine In o good safe trailer pork Invery tlO-p) $70 +. 1.3 utilities
378-0830 after 5:30.: (o-St-108-p)) good condition. 4,350 or best offer (b-It !111-p) ?
house for rent, april rent free, 3b, I
SALE FOR SALEfender Call after 5 PM before 9 AM
Custom Honda 350: Hog rear end, 8" by owner. or both,furnished $200-mo, short lease se liberal roommate to shore 2br, apt; a-<
'64 Chevy Impala Needs work.For Info mustang electric guitar 4hordthell over with dual lights, i-bor, 15,000 Monday to Friday lo-Bt-HO-p! ) ,I4ihst -t1st ove 378-3500 (b-2t-)l1-p) carpeting, dishwasher, other extra
call 378-4757 (o.21.111.p) COM excellent condition call miles asking $650 or best offer. Coll Acoustic Amp 144, 2-15"spks, 250 walls Female wonted to shore 2 bedroom Immediate availability $90mo + Vi utll.

ANTIQUE CLOTHES sole Fn-Sun Apr. 11. 373.7954 (o-St-IOBp) 378-0370 oft. 530: (o-lOl-lOB-p) peak, covers, perfect cond., 378-4676, troiler-$50 o month includes uti I. located call ed 373-7026 (b-4t-l08-p)

13. LOWEST PRICES I".town. 532 nw 29 for sale schwinn varsity 22' boys 10 1968 mobile home I2.58oir central heat Steve (o-ft-lll-p) 17 mi. west of G'ville for Info' call 376- WE CAN HELP YOU FIND, A HOME OR
ove 377-2507. lOom to 6pm. (o-2t-MI- speed With generator light and bookrack wall to 'wall carpet k.nmore dryer 2 72 Mario Mobile 12x60 AC cent heat, 4446, ask for Glenda er 472-2870 after APARTMENT. Joel Bridget, Realtor 404
Pj) good condition call 373-5234 $75 bedrooms excellent condition $4,000 furnished, carpet. Good condition, 5:00.: (b-fr-111-nc) S.W. 4th avenue 377-700. (B-5W04--
(o-3t-109-p) call 378-0449 ((0-71-109-p) handsome interior quiet pork close to
: mole needed to share bdrm. In )
Wedding Bonds, & Engagement 'RingsTraditional roomate Chg)
or Contemporary designs of Peavey PA system 400 series$600 or best architects + inlerio detlgners-Moyline campus 376-5330 ((0-5M11-p) 2 bdrm opt in frederick gardens near 3 bedroom House, \\Vi bath, screened
your choice. Handmade for Individualswho offer call 377.2049 or 378-6563 (1041.109.p adjustable dwg desk 30" x 42" $40 call real estate WATERFRONT HOMESITE calf camput 56.25 month plus 1-3 utilities. porch, laundry, 240 month 2518 N.E. 11th
wont the belt. Original work by ) Jon 392-8507 evenings (o-5t-109-p) pond: 10 min from city heavily wooded. ((b.2t.III-p) Ter,. 372-3480378-7430 377-5232 (b-4t-
South's leading Artists Master Gold Petrl ft 2 35 mm camera. excellent 'for sole-1968 chev van, excellent Only $5950 W.D, Mason Co. Inc. Coll NEED ROOM TO BREATHE? own room In, 109-p)
Smith and lopldist. Unconditional condition $80 or best offer call 378-6846 running condition, like new tires, long, 377-6769 (o-5t-lll-p! ) new house on '.. acre Really Rural. Nol furnished
heat
Guarantee OZZIE By appointment only. or 373-9740 after 5-m (o-5t-109-p) automatic trans, $80000-Call Peggy at bargain world 2614 ne 18 ten open 9:30: _.. Air-con. Very Quiet 376-5766 (b- 2br. 2 both cent air + park $163
mobile home of lamplighter
37 -3894. (o-49t-IQ5-p) 372-7248 (o-3t-IQ9-p)
okol reel to reel deck plays great won't 5:30 for your furniture needs lowest 51.111-p) first + Ion 372.5371,after 5:30: 378-8213
meat sow bond saw type and meat record w-approx 25 topes 1100. 9-0 penn 'for ale: refridgerator 5Bft3 good prices, antique cabinet 95.00 console tv Need a place to call your home For Info ((b-5l-109-p)
ground asking for $500 00 for both call w-rod + 80 I Ib docron 55. remington condition great for dorm or room call 6995. organ t bench 12500. 377.9835 ((0' call 378-4737 (b-2t-lll-p) bdrm
392-6702 from 8 pm to 4pm or 475-1512 electric mod 611 like new$100 373-7785 Mike, 378-9810 (o-J-llO-p: ) st-in-P) roommate needed to shore 2 apt.
oak AVOID THE All RUSH Howls the time to hawallon village No. 124 $92.50 + '/,
ofter 6 and for dove (olOt105Pj -
pm ((0.31-107-p) .
excellentcond.
YAMAHAI75cc dlrtbike In
1975 hondo-150 miles only-electric look for that house or opt for he utilities 377-1583 (b-5t-109-p)
) 2 bedroom mobile home, expandable Has placed in the galorbock Con starter-must sell-save $$ on almost rew summer or fall quarter. Coll todayll 372-
2 Guam 12in.- extended range speakersin living room i boy window must see to Tom ofter six 378-3472 (o-N-110-p) bike.$1099. firm call art 373-8144 pm 6992 (Ib-6Ot-III.p) large opt for 2 5 min from linens comput maid air.
condlt. oil utilities phone ,
nice big hand-mode cabinets w- appreciate beautiful. panelling & shag rogers drumt-5 plece-6 fylgion cymbls. 372.4357 day (10-5t.1II..p) READ THISHI If your planning to move service., $150 month, 1708 S.W. 43 ave
louvered grill look and sound great carpet 372-4237 ((0-71-I08-p) hardware,coxes + accessories 378-4869 Harmon (Cordon Integrated reel-to reel anytime between NOW and SEPT. we 376-4396, 392.1540 (b-5t-107-p) .
$100 call 373-2073 (o-St-106-p) |vc stereo system with speakers, new ((0-31.11 10-p) recorder ond f.m. receiver.$200 Two con rent or sublet your present residence
For sole: sears 26 Inch men's ten speed kodok 35mm camera, yoshlca 35mm GIRl'S FIVE-SPEED like new Sear's bike Altec Lansing 890c speokers-$200-must for you. Absolutely no cost!II 377-6992 2 bra furnished sublet $170 opt air month. quiet coll) 377-N.E.
bicycle great condition. $50 or best with flash, waterbed with fromet liner Perfect condition; book rack. $65 or best tell-372-5535 (o5t-IH-p) (b-40t-lH-p) tectlon. per
offer. Call 377-4459 after 5:00 call and make offer 392-8246 o5t108ABC offer. Call 372-4569 after 6 00. o-4t- 7518 (b-5t-107-p)
sherry at : ( : ( real estate 7 to 16 acres north of city, Apt to sublet for summer 2' bedroom
(o-5t-107-p) P) I10-P) high A rolling large trees calf Joe turn, ac, ply parking Close to campus| Roomato needed to share spacious 2
Crawford c-o W.O. Mason i Co. Inc. 377- Med Center June Free I I 35-mo Coll 372- bedroom opt. 3 block from campus.
4388 Prefer serious student Jim 377-5909 (b-I
6789 (1005t-III-p) Anytime. (b-2t-lll-p)
3t-I09-p)
male roomate needed own room 4 full
FOR RENTown bath S utilities. 50 per month call 372- room forrent private; $80 incl all

FLORIDA STATE THEflTRES room $61II with oc pool lound dishwasher CT139 after 530: (b-S1.111-p)) utilities' ; olio o-c lost week of April free
+ all of July free call Steve at 392-3028
Bens C5.t. across shopping cant beat this) bedrooms available in 4 br house, quiet
+ 378-8122 (b-5t-109-p)
M QQj'I ART
hawallon 3461 2 No. 250
a village sw av or studious atmosphere, yard garden
., call 378-2008 Mole (b-5t-IQ7-p) woods Near Arbys Groduote student Room For Rent large modern house trees
7:15 9:10 ALL NEW preferred 373-9610 (b-5t-111-p I ) yard next to campus$65.00 month + 1-5
: :
tut M. w. nrs St. LIBERAL + Clean Female to shore roomIn utilities call after 5 373-3106 (b-3t-l09-
Vltcayo. $5375 + $25. deposit Call 1 or 2 fern roomotes wanted for summerat )
378-3157 (b-5t-107-p) summit house $48 for 2 $96 for 1 Pj
person do It now avoid later complications fern roommate/ needed Immed. $60-mo.
FOURMUSKETEERS desire to sublet I br. In howalion
opt.
THE village $185 furnished Immediately call opt d-1 or call 373-5398 (b-5t- 1.3 utilities, own room in large 3
I07-P) bdrhouse. Mi block from campus Good
373-7954 (b-St-lOB-p)
dealt! Phone Terry 373-0973 (b-3t-1 14p)
( ) Need female room es to share 2 br Own BR in Townhouse. Sublease to
2bath furn opt Country Gardens close to begin Immed-Prorated rent for AprMhru large furnished, air-conditioned mobile
mid June. Prl. entr. $1IO-mo. All Mil home, across from campus. $140 per
med
center $59a mo or $118 own room
TECHNICOLOR PRINTS BY DE LUXE
377-7309 (b-5t-109-p) paid Near campus 378-913 month,5/0deposft.377.0049.: (b-3t-110-
(b-t-108-p) P)
I bdr sublet to June IS walk to campus
ts.e. heat-water incl. o-c, pool $128 mo.
University opts. 1524 nw 4th ave No. J or
7:30: 9:30: see Gene rm 220 meb anytime (b-5t-

tf. w. tl+s ,. lop)
SOUTHIDW
00i. For Kent: spacious I-bdrm opt with (
'P complete facilities Bus.lln.loc. $138 mo Vi"

1 li AND .Imm(b.2tII occup.G-p) Call 373-7139 or 3764720. VMI'SIC4ULL


studious responsible fe mare room
.
mate wont own room In university 377-30)3
garden 702-215 $70+1-3 utilities call 533 W. Univ. Ave.'

niv.Y G cathy P) or howard of 3764720 (b-5t-l 10- STARTS-TOMORROWPHA7VTOM


H ES, 1970 honda cb 350 14,000 miles slssybar
p Megaphones Must sellll $400 Phone 378-
A Bob Fosse Film
9067 after 5. (b2t-110-p)

1 > co nU.i 1 bdrm. 'In 4 bedrm. Townehouse,

( furnished cent a-c, 110-mon. Incl
) utilities Call Tom 377-8759 (b-3t-110-p)

ROOMATE WANTED- Share 2 bed opt in
old houte-$75-mo + Vi utilities, se 2nd
ave +7th St. call Terry after 5pm-377-
5537 (student) (b-5t-110-p)

SUMMER SUBLET: I bed opt 1 block from 'r .
campus See Tigert Hall from 'your
bedrooml) $150 plus electric Call 378-
6533 (b-3t-I lO-p)

Female roommate to share furnished ro,
,opt. $6795 pet mo. Plus '/ utilities
brondywine opts call pam ofter 7pm at
'377-8065. (b-5t-1IO-p) 2'r

2larg. bedrooms, 1 with private both
prefer studious type House very nice 15

min from campus by bike ot most 65-70 ,.
plus 1-3 utility Jorge 3784576 (b-3t-110-
Pj)

Share modern 4 bedrm townhouse fully
equiped 'washer-dryer, etc. April'rent
free $72.50-month + 1-5 util Ph 377-
8414 (Ib.5t.IIO-p)

ROOMMATE WANTED, mole or female to of thePARADI-
'S J
shore two bedroom opt. at OAK FOREST:
4 NTs length of May and price negotiable.
377-2365 (b-41-110-p)





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.mole Rpommat8 Won .d Storting May classical guitar wanted PERSONAL (
Pork AP .. 1001 $.W' 16lhi 3735717 ( nylon strings. call Mellow SERVICESEurope x uusrwir 2:0$ 4:00"MEKBROOKr
4.Villoge ApI i 19 Coll 372- (c,5t-108-p) female IC-3t.1I0.p) house OWN gently rm.together NW person ,shore Dear Beth, "hey babe happy 20th b-day isi'C1'elJAfrlcq Asia, trttvef
roommate wanted section bike, to see yo soon love, bnop
April rent (|.lt-IH-p) discounts yea/ round student air travel
free 67.50 + '/. utilities, campus Fenced bkyd. yard k.
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,nd South, Southwest Teachers Agency, 378-1903 at brondywine opts Call $68-mo ; "". ulil. Call not smoke tobacco. tennis tourney because ,Janet shagged 934-6660 ((m.25l-88-p) COMIC MASTERPIECE?
|I l303 Central Ave. N.E., Albuquerque, after 6 (C-5MOB p) 6964 (b-4t..lll-p) Stu or Susan 378- his bolls (|-lt-lll-p I ) I am looking/ for photographers that
Bonded, licensed. and Female
M 87106 roommate wanted tor 1 bdrm RUSH! need a model. My services are free. I do
mbar NATA. "Our 28lh year. (e3tSomeone opt'In Colonial Manor I block from HELP WANTED Delta Sigma' Pi. business (rot., open rush want a copy of each photo. Coll Karen of IPUH& J

t iH-p) ) campus $69 per mo.I", utl available. Wonted smoker Thursday night. The Winn-, 378-'492 (m.2t-HI-p, )
.now 377-5762 nonsmoker prefered married couple to do 8 O'clock .
(' main. jammer Beer. info: 373.8792
anted: to share 12.52, 2 5t-llO-p) tenence work In exchange for opart- /ll-lt-m-p) ELECTROLYSIS By tppomtmen, seme

oom mobile. home. Arredondo t or 2 merit Coll 376.9668 9 to 3. (fe-fr-109t evenings available Mrs J.N.Karp,
roommates )
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/./illog pool', !tennis' court $65 + V4 brm French needed for Summer 2 wonted dear yutue i just wanted to tell. you i registered electrologist, Phone: 376-
unties Coll Bill 373-7453 (c-St108.0)D ) now 378.7279 Quarter opts. $ mo. Coll bedroom three students to shore three love you, a whole lot and a little bit.,. con 5673 (m-lOl-lll-p)
or come by opt 114 (ic-3t1.10 two both apartment In exchange mucho omore your boby me/j-It.III.p(| ) Crescent Beach weekend May 2-.
-p) for
( SILVER Top prices paid for class 378-1668 9 doing maintenance work call The Music Man is here with. .the little, Explore self and personal energy ,
Female' to 5 (e-fr-109-c 4:16
Las, old jewelry, etc. confidential. Gall roomate own room in bright ) Rascals at 1320 W University. $1 I Marathon group )jrv gestalt and N W ii fTe end ,, -
-iZZIE 373-3894 (c-49t-IOS-p) airy' opt. Close to campus. No lease or AUTOS donation. at door includes boh movies A bioenergetics- Boston therapist limitedto 11.d iOUIFV*ewas Zi. [ ':
deposit. $6750 + Vt utilities. Between refreshments. 372-8183. Showtime Is at 12 $70 coll 373.1798 (m-IOt-106-p)
loommale, spring quarter.;. 2bdr, air, 57pm 376-0474 (c-3l-IIOp) For sole 1966 Ford Falcon 6 cylinder 8, Friday the 1 11th, (j.2t.11I-p)
JOO'', etc close to campus, "the) landna wonted automatic (white) call 373-0506 ask for TYPING, EDITING Theses Dissertations ($)
experienced
,k" ($5800f I utilities) call 377- our outdoor photo-bug to film melissa_ $15000 (Ig.St-111-p) Vitamins Dalpha tocopherols 1 10001.u. ,.Term Papers experienced typist,
wedding |tune 14 will 100 tabs $13.00 Rosehips ? 1000 mg. 100 ma in english. ibm selectric never
pay
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Bill phone
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Il239 ask for Bob or ( $25 + film call 372.7506 1969 fiat spyder 600.00 negotiable tabs
Sites so we can mustsell $3.50 Rinsed powder 25.00 per lb. 378-0547 (m.20r-107-p)
1-1 see some of your work (c-3t-110-pL) good condition' call in mornings 373- delivered to you 10 days Adrienne' call. like this.
female roommate needed 3011 (glOt-lll-p) 377-1646 or 37804585t107p(| ) GRE PREPARATION COURSE near U.F, 18

,iwo mole roommate needed for 4 br landmark No. 49 $47.00 + $25 now at. VW VAN 64 excellent condition new hours, $35; course repreatable free.
'/ utilities 1 + $25 deposit valves Wedding) invitations from $11.40 1 per Score 1000 by the-.eoI'd
+ mo. try or
$80-mo starter
opt. come by after 4 00 or call office, for generator, clutch $7 50 100. Two weeks your
to move in now. call 373-404J. (c-St- information' (c-5t-llOp) call Karl 372-6457 (g4t-IM-p) delivery Hundreds of money bock. Call ((305)) 854.7466. (J-8T-
styles. Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N Main. 99PL)
109 p) roommate needed 1967 Buick, Electro I side
: mature smashed Runs 3769951.Ifr.1( 05-c:)
Need someone who is good M statistics wonted to share 2 br opt at roommate OK $100 00 or Best Offer Call Amy 373- LSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 20 of4Ya
and research $2.00 hr call renee after room call 3776294 or 378.2651 vncayo if own 5735 (g5t-lll-p) Bookpacks, white stag speedo bathing hours, $70. Half of our students scored
no suits, hiking, shorts shirts : over 600. Course repeatable free. 70
5pm 372-9177 No. 15 (c-St-IOV-p) answer (c-5t-110- 1972 Honda rugby Allen's pt.
p 450
) helmet many extras, Aquatic and Trail Center, 3448 WestUniversity improvement by the second try or your
great condition, 750. 3728240 (g-3t-. Ave, 373-9233 (FIM03-C) money bock. Attend first. ) class free, no
ll.l-p) obligation. Call (305)) 854-7466. (J-8T-
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Community Service Center
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classic 1959 Austin.Heoley 100-6, with men and women meet each Thurs. ) ___

overdrive, good motor and running evening at 7pm at 107 NW 15th ter call WIRED FOR SIGHT
gear. Sacrifice, at $1,000 Call harry 584 372-1 88 Hor Information Tom ((-101-106- "The Eyeglass Super Mort"
3050, Perry Fl. after 6'00
t wi (g-5t-108-p) Pj)_ UNIVtRblTY: OPTICIANS ?
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73 gremlin for sale excellent condition. learn karate-new class '300SW 4th, Ay. 38-4480;

$1889 cash or assume payments $70) 8 male, female' for starting more Info tue oprtt and (tM-50-53-C)) __ .

monthly with equity leaving for europecall place, call: ken 3780906.8t105p(( ) HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN COALS
I george 373-8219 (g-5M08) BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHIETICS -
for sale 1974 honda cb 125 good con- KARATE EXIBITION
dition 2 helmets $475 bill 373-1617 (g- Sot. April 12, 975 1 7 to 9pm learn self-hypnosis 373-3059 Donald G.
51-108-p) Gainesville High School Gym Prott-Certified AAEH (m.4Ot-86-fl.--)
NW 1 13th St. Adults$2.00 eld $1.00 .
1972 vega stationwagon. new battery HORSES BOARDED: little' "Prairie Ranch. I 0
(J.5)-I08-P) ) )
alternator, tires runs perfect has air mi. from UF all facilities, lots of riding. .
cond powersteermg radio. $1700 or KARATE UNIFORMS. Quality bleached. room. Stalls $75, Pasture $25. 376-4719 = w+r
make offer must sell. 377-7369 (g-5t- Sites 5&6 only $28. karate-Do, 1215 NW t>ve. (m-10t-102-p)
100-p) 5th Ave 1 blk off 13th St. 378-7131 (j j-
l learn
karate-new class starting toe "
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1969 flat 850-syder engine in good 8, mole,' female, for more info a ADULT ADMISSION.
condition, new cylinder head 30 + mpg KARATE LESSONS place, call: ken 378-0906 (m-8t-105-p) ONLY I
body in fair condition $625 or best offer Small Classes' $25 per man
call evenings 373-1200 (g-5t-l09-p}) 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th 51)) Man thru
Sot even 7to9 3787131ol108(| -p) : ISSHINRYUKARATE
1970 Toyota mark II
o-c, omfm, body
Lt needs paint' ', 22 mpg in city 376-5381 After we say "I DO". A premartial
ext 360, ask for richard before 4:X: training group for couples. A SEMINAR

price negotiable (g-5t-I10-p) preparation group for couples planningto 4'

Invest in a sports classic! ALPINE V be married offered by Umv Counseling 9 fj rl.

ROADSTER! owner, outstanding looks'performance + Center Tuesdays 2:30-4:30: : April
15-May 27. Coil Gainesville SchoolGymnasium .
$1,250 consider cycle or 392-1575 Group size High
offer 377-4577 (g-3t-IIO-p) limited.sr1081)(( I :)

1970 VW for sale Runs well, body and vote for the Independent candidate
,interior, in good condition. A good for Stuart sheres for,senate college of arts +
only $700, negotiable. call 372-5.25. sciences (-nt-109-p| ) April 12. 1975
(g-St-110-p)

70 Plymouth Barracuda 3 speed 318 tin LOST & FOUNDlost 7 to 9 p.m.Donation .

G 17 mpg $1000 must sell call 378-0881 red coin purse w-ld's & car t SSHl II ''f i .
(g-a-110-p) registration lost week' of finals, winter ; $2.00

66 Mercury 428 cu. in. Good tran quarter please call susan gregory 378- u41t-CAa Under 12 $1.00XANADU
5128 ((1-21-110-p) :
sportation. $400 Call 377-2528 after 6:00:
1
'1'I 1 1 1 1 (_-8t-1 10-p) Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority Informal Rush!
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Sun. April 13 7-9 pm. 517 SW 10 St.
PERSONALHAVE Please RSVP 372-9499, 378-6458 or 373- w e
11'1i 7359. ((1-31.110-1'| )
FUN! MAKE ANIMATED TITUS with
SuperS or 16mm Cameras Easy Instructions Electron Calculator found finals week of

$1. Swank, 657 Willabar, Winter Quarter on Plaza of Americas.
Washington CH Ohio 43160 (-5t-107-p| ) Call 378-3214 to Identify. ((l-5t-lll-nc)

COED'S facial hair removed per. found: sunglasses at leigh hall! under 1Ii'
nelson/rancUII carver/barbara sigel
staring monently. Coll Edmund Dwyer tree call 392-6920 ((1-3t.IlI-p I )

k k"o.; .w irrJ/jordonri3iby/ Tti4 c,"i>. blyjftrwn electrologist over 20 years experience lost sr-50 calculator in union tv room on
Call 372.8039fr107c(( ) march 19. will offer reword for return,

STARTS TOMORROWONE I'll bet you haven't ventured over to call 3730521.51I08p(! )

bilbo + galdalf's yet. You should lost calico cat (white-red-blk) NW
because it's the only real coffee house
section Answers to flekya Reword call
WEEK ONLY in Gainesville, Come over to our living 376-4788 ((1.5.I .IOB-p)
room 2300 N W. 6th St (|-4l-109p)
lost purse on bus stop side of well hall
SORRY "Trustworthiness, is the greatest door to IMportant papers. after 700 pm please
2: 0-4:30: the security and .tranquillity of call this No. 373-3252. (l-2t-l1l-p)
NO mankind Baho'l Writings (|-lt-lll-/
7: O-9:15: lnem a 3 Pj) LOST -block lob puppy wearing whiter .
... collar wandered from home. Reword '
PASSES If you're finished having' fun on
1913 NW 2nd Avenue (l-3t-IIO-p) '
waterbed let me buy it and try it (the

waterbed that is). Reasonable price. SERVICESphotographs '

37302192tlllp(| ) ,
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outdoor portraits for any
occasion also cute candid photographsof
children call after 5p.m. |im 378-5844
| ev RCVAIMRK yfl, (m-St-110-p) r

[ s SLEEPY HOlLOW horse form hunlseat
Instruction-beginning ond advanced
In the) mall
o In the mall 3702 NEW'BfRRY RD/PHONI 3734777mua levelsdressageexcellent boarding .,
LAST DAY facilities-trails' 4 ring 373-1059 (m-10t-
Ill-p)
JACK
Nominated for 6 Academy Awards Scuba classes starting april! 28 all 1 1

mm _01 equipment provided sales, service' ,
trips, rentals, air. Tom Allen (co-host
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__ comedy :


Allen's a-minute around him advice how handle
Woody laugh- comedy to give on to
"Play It Again, Sam"" is the feature being women. The pointers look great when Bogey
presented by the ,Gainesville Little Theater. does them but somehow it never turns out ,
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The title is a line from the classic Hum- quite the same for Allan.

Li phrey Bogart flick "Casablanca." The plot "Play it Again,Sam"is directed by Deirdre I
focuses on a timid, neurotic writer Allan Fogler and will be playing April 10-12 and 16-
-- < Felix who is rejected even in his own fantasies 19. Tickets are available at the Sears Layawaydesk ,J
until Bogey shows him the light. His wife for $2.25 or may be purchased at the j
CURTIS FENNELL (L), MAUREEN LINEWEAVER AND MARTIN TEITEL (R) even abandons him because she "doesn't dig door on performance nights. ,j
I Bogey (L) gives Allan (R) a few hints how him "
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to pluckhis Again Macbeth i




folkblues"Anybody cauldron burns


"Double double toil and trouble,
here seen old friend Abraham,
my "
Fire burn,and cauldron bubble.
Can you tell me where he's gone? r

A modern interpretation of the classic Shakespearean play"Macbeth" ;
Dion of "Abraham, Martin and John" fame will be
is Theater. 1
being produced by Hippodrome i
performing at the Beef and Bottle this Friday and Saturday, Marilyn Wall the director, said "Macbeth" is approached !

April II and 12. in this production as a non-academic, modernized view of the 1
Some of those who think back in to their musical memorywill original play. It is originality fused with classical background.
remember Dion and the Belmonts, a group who in 1961 The set which has been under construction for two and one

had the hit "Runaround Sue". half weeks is an array of rotating and rolling platforms which I
Dion DiMucci was also responsible for "Ruby Baby", a maximize audience participation.This .
song which most of us would recognise if we heard it,even if production runs from April 11.13, 16-20, and 2327. J
the title might leave us blank. On opening night tickets for "Macbeth" will cost $6.00
Dion's music is a combination or rhythm and blues and with the money going 'to the theater as a non-profit cor
folk songs which comment on the problems of the times. poration. There will be all the wine and cheese you can'
Dion was born in the Bronx New York in 1939. He took to DION consume and a party afterwards.For .
the blues in its various forms by listening to old '78's of city .appears this weekend at Beef and Bottle the rest of the play's run, tickets are $2.50 on Friday

and country blues artists.He and Saturday nights and $2.00 on the other nights. The
should do some skat-nonsense syllables to music in the University Jazz Band theater is located at 3401 SE Hawthorne Road.
Louis Armstrong tradition I
There are two shows at 830; and 11:00: p.m.. The cost is 12:30: p.mUnion: Colonnade :i
$3.00. Jazz master


lemmon-Matthau twosome performs here !


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Ramsey Lewis, a jazz
collaborate in another movie master for two decades,

will be in town tonite

Johnson (Jack Lemmon) is about to quit the news businessand April 10. Like Dion, his
RICHARD get married to a theatre-pit organist (Susan Sarandon) .contemporary of the time
whose father owns an advertising agency in Philadelphia. Lewis' past achievements'in
L RURKHOLDER Johnson has been promised a well-paying berth in pop's the 50's and '60's trace f

concern if only he and the girl move out of Chicago and backto the musical trends of the
REVIEWThe
Pennsylvania.When day.Lewis
Walter Burns (Walter Matthau), editor on the first formed the ;
Examiner hears of Johnson's impending plans he Ramsey Lewis Trio in 1956 4" 4 ,
disconcerting thing about "The Front Page, the new Chicago is to be wastedin when was 21 years of age
it becomes frantic.Johnson too good a newsman f
film comedy spoofing I 1920's news reporting. is the fact that such flummeries as marriage and advertising so. Burns His first millionsellingsingle fJ

comes unglued in time and space. decides. Hildy had best be deflected from going through with occurred in the mid6O's. J
Simply anachronisms' dot this movie like spotted fever. "The In, Crowd," f
Considering that the flick'is set in 1929 one blanches a bit at. his designs. 1
Burns has just begun to erect an. elaborate network of which with the album of
for example. Jack Lemmon's Edward G. Robinson impressionout delaying tactics when suddenly "the biggest story since the the same name reachedNo.

of 1930's "Little Caesar!" Chicago tire"errupts onto Hildy's head as he is bidding adieuto I in the country. 1I
That isn't all. Walter Matthau's references to trench- his colleagues in the municipal building press room. He is also the winner of I
too
coated "nashing".male"sexual exhibitionism-smack One thing leads to another and soon Johnson finds himself three Grammy Awards.
heavily of our times to qualify as a genuine '20's milieu joke. in the midst of schemes to defraud the city hide a fugitive Probably any big jazz
Or take the business with the prissy middle-aged reporter felon, and outwit a blustering Chicago sheriff. name that can be mentioned
(played by David Wayne) and his suspected homosexual Meanwhile his beloved sits impatiently in a taxi with a has worked with
tendencies.i Once again.'such material is hardly the stuff of wise the lunatic ways of newshound journalists. him or been influenced by
to
cabbie
Prohibition to the this institution in the jazz
era humor more appropriately belongs Lemmon is impressive as the harried Johnson who is caught
bedroom comedy of the 1970's. in that one "really big" last story. As an inquistive sharpie' art form. iV11
Yet with! all these jarring Inconsistencies. I still managed to in up an ice-cream suit he is not above pressuring a cleaning Lewis' latest album
"enjoy this film. Director Billy Wilder and co-scenarist I.A.L. for information insulting a novice newspaper staffer or "The Sun Goddess"captures .
lady
Diamond all too obviously attempted to "update" the Ben bamboozling his police beat cronies from other news sheets. the new jazz
Hecht-Charles MacArthur play of five decades ago and, as While he has love in his heart for his enamorata he,* 'progression happening
Mentioned above came a cropper more than once.! nonetheless glows when Burns says that this running story will today. Drummer Maurice RAMSEY LEWIS
However. Wilder and Diamond wisely elected to retain the streets to be named after them both. White contributes to the ,",tonite at Great Southernand
raucous wisecracking pace of the original Hecht-MacArthur cause Walter Matthau is just perfect as the thick-skinned Burns event. White was a I '
,
founder of Earth Wind
chestnut.
ho.like Johnson, will stoop to any strategem to gain an end.
.Thus. Wilder screenplay is generally fast. \\ "The Fortune Cookie" and Fire. "?t"
and Diamond's As they did in "The Odd Couple",and .
glib' .and laden with zestful one-liners. At times all this makes Matthau and Lemmon play off each other ,to devastating There'will be two shows t
The Front is obvious and natural that at' the Great Southern 10:30 p.m. Tickets are'
Page" screamingly funny. Indeed their rapport so one
pallsmightily. ettect. Music Hall tonite at 7:30 $5 'for reserved seating.I .
But the hilarity
when those anachronisms shoup might easily, as I occasionally did just sit back and revel in
of these two pros at work.
the delights
The Plot goes something like this: Ace reporter Hildy

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besides his broadcastingduties I'd like to be when it comes to
While most people easily he also works for the basketball. I don't claim to be "Hello sports fans! This is
recognize the "voice of the UF Sports Publicity Dept. an Oscar Robertson or a Jack Otis Boggs." '
1 Gators,"Otis Bog s, not too MERRILL A Twyman," the 24 year old That's a phrase most Gator L
many knew his broadcasting NEWCOMER to UF, didn't Andalusia, Alabama native !sports fans are familiar ith. _
i sidekick when the UF even know he was to work the said.While And for those who may not be
basketball radio games were basketball broadcasts until he he did prepare facts !so familiar, he's the "Voice of
R aired this past season. was informed it was a part of and figures a week before the Gators"* and is heard
each game, most of his throughout the state of
n"x "color" comments were "a Florida announcing UF
I spur of the moment thing." football and basketball on
ACCORDING TO him the WRUF and the Gstor Sports
high point of the basketball Network.
squad's ''season came in the BOGG'S ASSOCIATION
upset of Kentucky. And the, with' WRUF dates
low point happened in the air back "many moons".. ,
over Mississippi during the And'along the May,the>e have Y---
Gators' return flight from a been many rewards including w Wa tt
tough loss to Ole Miss. three "Florida Sport n hphoto
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"It was positively the worst Broadcaster of the Year" by andy newman
flight I've ever been on. If I awards tor the likeable native OTIS BOGGS
had a parachute I would have South Carolinian.
,has won three broadcasting awards
bailed out over Oxford. It, all began, while'he was !,
"I'm 'not trying to be attending UF back in the passed it and the next thinghe sports.
r detrimental to our'' pilots; early 40's when an uncle of his knew he was on the air AS OTIS puts it, "I 1 was
there was a tornado watch all from Maine, who was in the doing a high school always very active in
weekend. I'll tell you, I was radio business, suggested 'to basketball game and on the highschool sports and I
flat scared", he explained.But young Otis that radio mightbe way to a successful career in wanted to continue in sports
he's not scared to say a good field ,to get into. broadcasting.But but I wasn't big enough. 1
photo by andy newman he has nothing but praise for The idea made sense,to him there was one other key only weighed 140 pounds in
his basketball season partner, and shortly thereafter he tookan factor worthy of mention that those days so 1 figured radio
"
I MIKE MERRILL Otis Boggs. audition at WRUF, Well influences Bogg's entrance
,S left WR to come to UF (See 'Merrill,' page 24) as things worked out he into broadcasting love of (See 'Boggs' page 24)




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beginning today in Cincinatti.

Ohio.The UF swim team, which
was reduced to a skeleton
beer squad midway through the
season'.because of a rash of
capital quitting, will .only be
represented by Artley.
ARTLEY. WHO left for
the NAAU meet Tuesday, will
be entered in both the 100-
yard backstroke and 200 yard
backstroke.. Artley has
of the world already proven himself this
year by ,placing third in the
NCAA in the 200-yard back.
"He swam his two best. ,
times ever in the NCAA's."
swim coach Bill Harlan said.

For years we've been telling you that in Milwaukee against"And the he best was swimmers swimming in


beer capital of the world, Pabst Blue Ribbon' the Harlan world."said he expects

Artley to do very well in the
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: end of one of Dixie
football's great eras was
"" foreshadowed Tuesday when
Ralph' "Shug" Jordan, the
tough Auburn field master
with courtly manner, announced
CANS 1975 1974 1973 BOTTLES 1975 1974 1973 ,;':r that the 1975 college',
season will be his last as .
coach.
PABST 53% 48% 42% PABST 46% 46% 43% Jordan, who took the War
Eagles to the summits of
college ''footb winning a
BRAND 2 12% 11% 18% BRAND 2 10%, 9% 11% ',..,'''' national championship in
I 1957 will turn over the
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Announcement was madeat
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SOURCE: Milwaukee Journal Consumer Analysts" '
a news conference: that
came as suddenly a quick
kick.. Word of the Impending
brewed in Milwaukee than any other That's why we feel we've ,earned the right to change leaked from an
beer is
'More be the #1 selling bee in challenge any beer. So here's the Pabst challenge; ., .' Auburn University Board of
So to
city in the world.
Taste and the flavor' of Blue Ribbon
to be brewing the compare Trustees meeting on Monday,
Milwaukee means you've got with the beer you're drinking and learn and Jordan. unhappy at not
best beer money can buy. what Pabst quality in beer is all about. getting to call his own signals
t' And Pabst must be doing just that. Look at But donl take our word for it. Taste our summoned the news media
the charts. Blue Ribbon accounts for more word for it, for confirmation.
than half the beer sold in Milwaukee. It out Blue Ribboni Auburn's president. Dr.
sells the next brand nearly five to one. :' Harry Philpott. praised
Jordan for his'record on the
LL field and said. "Shug is far
more than just' a football
!, coach. ...he' a 'rare man."

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TO LAURIE BROWARD-RAWLJNGS

Merrill// today but the significance of RESEARCH: PAPERS Thank you fora Auditions for Dry Cellar II
of
his year happinessAmor
discontinuing sport taasusaasaia. A coif awheuM with(II..ent alnment.M you or* (Interacted, ;
to be that it enabled .
appears
'ass-bu" b In RAWUNGS lobby April I0crtl:00p.m.
(from page 22) him to pursue a radio career aMcMgNN NO+Id1.M 5.LlSin ..M71 Eddy j
and get to where he is today. I
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"OTIS DOES a line job-
he's a tradition at UFo I Otis has now been at : SotiHC Strings fopBeen ; Ij
thought I was interruptinghim WRUF as "Voice of the s
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too much at the Gators" for almost 30 years j
beginning, then we got to the and according to Otis they've .
point where we knew when been good ones with many e .
one of us was going to say memori.1II i I

something," he, said. He singled out the Gator thinking hive an about extra 1300 getting Check Into flute out butdon't the nm tA
Merrill got into the sports football team's first bowl Sabine Flute.Handcrafted.

publicity business in his appearance ,ever in the 1 1952 the here same In lingering Calntsvlllt as regularconcert tlasII.ntl.lIv :-: MiM :: I1 I1umtt
freshman year at Alabamaand Gator Bowl when present flute.Come by and let us show you .
continued to work in that how to get started on the flute. ; '
head coach
Doug Dickey was
Held after he transferred to and the Gators
Auburn where he worked quarterback varnei* XlfD, 392-Wt or come
Tulsa, well the
as as
under Buddy Davidson for upset 1962 Gator Bowl upset of only $19 Thurscfafc A. tt p f if-st esisiort ofan

three years. Penn State. 8 weetc ( : -" ;:: "; ;".. .
He spent last as
year tb.ufir"Wig '"
Director of Publicity for the THE ONE aspect of his Instruction record and pamphlet Included. / ---;
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Birmingham Americans of broadcasting career Boggs
reveals as perhaps the most 311 N./MAIN
the World Football League Funded Student Government
before coming to UF' in gratifying( i is the opportunityto 373-tttt LESSONS; 377-tttt by
December '74. make friends all over the
"WHILE WORKING with country.

,1.1I,) was Birmingham approached of the to come WFL to I Through Otis's travels he SOUND, CITY PROUDLY, PRESENTS.....
has made lasting friendships .
Florida. It was a lucrative
with the likes of Red Barber,
position, and with the instability -
of the WFL, it mademe the famous ex.New York YAMAHA FG-200
Yankee baseball
choose UF"" Merrill said. announcer
and f'
during their glory
As for his future Merril years
Nelson, another
would like to someday get into Lindsey
professional prominent sports broadcaster .
management as either sports a who was a roomate of REG. 20900 J ,. '
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general manager or president
Graves at Tennessee.! "
but he wants everyone tot NOW
know what he thinks of UFo ONE WITH as successful a ;
t "This is a great career as Otis inevitably .
organization." receives offers to go elsewhereto ,; :, i
$ 129.
work for another station Spruce TopMahogany
and Otis is no exception but .
80995- he has chosen to turn them
down. Back ,

"I 1 would have no desire to and SidesMahogany
(from page 22) live in say New York, ", he "
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said.And .
f would be a good way to stay with that note, Gator :
close to if.." fans can be assured that the with Adjustable
The( easy going Boggs "Voice of the Gators" will be
weighs a might bit more than with us for a good many years Truss RodRosewood
t that figure of 140 pounds to come.

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The Independent Florida Allgator .i~ha 0y 0 ernru rorusa ion Go.,sdl *F rdo Not ocIliy aimoodwi-h 'h0 *nv sty Fod Till ISI)AY VO.6." o 1 Harris announces'intent to quit before end of term By STUART EMMRICH Alligator Staff Writer 'he newest member cf the 'tate Board ci Regents. Marshall Harris, 'aid Wednesday he does not intend to serve all nine years of his appointed term. Harrns. who was appointed wo the regents by Goy. Reubin Askew in January, explained "I bore easily. This isn't the most exciting lob an the world." WHEN ASKED WHY he requested the appointment. one of the Iew regents to do so. Harris answered. "I thought I could do. good job, and I don't think it will take nine years to do the things I want to do. "l want to get us (the state university system) back insa way that the legislature will have a high credibility In what we say and do," Harris told a Wednesday meeting of UF administrators and faculty. After the meeting Harris said he did not know how long he w.ouild serne oh the regents. He added he wi. "IprtiIably run bor what I ';as mn before -th state legislature -either the house or the 'enat atter he leaves the regents. HARRIS SERVED eight years in thc 'tale house before he became a regent. Harris '.as defeated In the race for speaker ci the house last year by Don fuicker. D. lFailahassee. and Harris then decided not to run bor re-electaon. declaring, he "wouldn't 'arve under Don Tucker."' Harris suggested that a shorter term than the present nine years might be best tor the regents. "VOL HAVE TO keep current." he exp)1ained. Hendrix Chandler. corporate secretary of the regents. said he was not aware that Harris intended to resign his term before it ended. He added, however, that only a few regents usually serve all nine years. Tuition hike will bolster financial aid Ij DRIAN JONES About 1600.0X) in additional financial aid will be available next fall for UP student, if a new tuition hike propcscd by the Bloard of Regents becomes law. In addition to raising students' tuition, the proposed fee plan would set aside 41 cents per credit hour for a new "general financial aid fund' which would he distributed by the flnancIa aid officers at the state universities. THE REGENTS' TUITION plan would hike fee, to $14 a credit hour for freshman and sophomore level courses. 115 a credit hour for junior and senior level courses. 520 a credit hour tor graduate classroom programs and $22 a credit hour tbr graduate thesis Preet tuition is $13 per credit hour for undergraduates and 516.50 per credIt hour for graduate students. "lte'r trying to move money to the inpossible." regents Budget Coordinator David McQuat said Wednesday. EVEN WITH NEW financial aid money next year. UP Aid Director L. Douglas Turner said resources for financial aid are dwindling in relatIon to rising educational costs. "This cal, be see. I. the fact that applicatlons for financial aid are up 40 per cernt this year," Turner said. In previous years. financial aid applications only grew about l0 per vent annually, he said,. UF' students received about $16 million in fIlanclal aid from all sources this year, Including federal state funds. Turner said, while they spent about $65 million of their own money or parents' money for educational ex petnses. UNLIKE FINANCIAL AID ~pgas presently paid for out of student fees, and controlled by the state, the new general aid hind would be under the control of the inMcviuat sai en "wide differences" of types of alt needed at the separate state universIties require a new financial aid fund Citurrenty two fncial aid programs paid by students are administered by the state. THE SThDDET FINANCIAL Aid fnd goes to the Board of Regents. which divides I. DOUGLAS TURNED .ned financial I Inibilily the aid according to student needs. Tfhus, UF. with fewer "needy" students,. gets back only about 60 per cent of the money its students pay into the regents. according to Universities with a higher percentage of needy students, like Florida A&M University, get more of the financial aid fund than their students pay in. thus evening the distribution. (See 'Aid,' page eleven) i\' really l personaI preterence. Somie lieople have said chat nine years are too long nda six-year term might be better,' ( hand ier 'ai. HARRIS IS ON che IF campus tintil tcurdav lot hat Iirgt lull tour ol the 'chool 'irae he joined the regencs. Wednesday H arris spent t wo hours tliscussing problems of future state education with [IF President Robert V. Marston and Executive Vice President Harold Hanson. it' .ilso met with the UF adminstrative council and the vice president' tbr academic and administrative affairs. DURING HIS TERM as regent. Harris bild UFotlcials not to expect "a cheerleader Icr the state univeristy system. "In, going to look hard at the places I think there are problems.and make the kind of hard decisions you (administrators and faculty) are not abie to make. Harris said. Among the areas Harris said deserved a might hive to be cut back. "WHY IS ThERE such substantial enrollment in the Journalism College?" Harris asked. 'I can't believe that many pe'e2. want to he journalists. Is it because there is no language department. i'd really like to know.' Harris suggested that a school of journalism might be better situated in an 'urban setting when fhee is more than one daily newspaper and one commerctai television station. John Paul Jones. dean of the college of journalism. defended his school's curriculum. "I Dor'T THINK students come to this college to escape a language or anything else. rhey frel they can get involved it, something At a meing with Robert Bryan. interim vice president for *cademkc affairs. Harris suggested considering turning the College of Education into a raduate school, with a crrespondn improement in the liberal arts Bryan said the possibility of the education college becoming a graduate school had been "discussed". but added no recommendations 15cc 'Warrds.' page three) $9,000 in delinquent bills s pell bankruptcy for 'Rat' By lANETF PARK AM srler W A stack of delinquent bills "found in a desk drawer" totaling almost 59.000 will force UF's Rathikullar out of business on April 20,. loin Murphy, past president of the University Faculty Club which holds the Rat'. beer license, said the only way the Rat can stay open Is if "some angel comes up with sq.0." MURPHY SAID the accumulation of unpaid bills was a "mnisundensandingabout the was supposed to be paying them." Biweekly reports to the Rat's Board of Directors during th. fall quarter Indicated the Rat was breaking even. but according to Murphy. "that was because -o one 45s$ paying the bilk." Randy Reid. pnesern utudeust masaer of the Rat, apparently ibund the bills around the tiest of the year, Murpy sad. MURPHY AlTUUTED the incorrect reports to as hens mistake and said he 'as convinced it t as not deliberate. "BIII thought Randy was supposed to pay then, and Randy thought Bill was supposed to pay them." Murphy said. Bill Nail was manager and Randy Reid was assistant manager during fall quartet 1974., IFfThE DULI had been paid as they came due and financial reports had shown the Rat losing mosey. entertalnnieit would have been cut down. baer prices raised. or a door chirpe levied foar .12 nights Instead of Just nights with en trt a Inm n. All entertainment bookings have been frizen. Commitments to two movie showulngs April IS and lb and the Panhellerni Dance Marathon April II and 19 are the only mcniites scheduled. When the Rat closes at 2 a.m. Sunday after the marathon. no more beer will be served at that location. A LiCENSE tor the net beer-swrving facility, thle Orange and Brew, cannot be approved unti the facility ii actually conpleted. It is currently belung constructed under the colonnade of the 2. Wayne Reitz Union. Th~e Servomation Food Service plans to assume lie debt after all Rat ass.s siidh as leftover hewr and bank accounts~have been liquidated. Servognatlon wall recover the amount of the loan by cositinulag operation of the pinball machines In the Rat for a year. The facility Itself will stay op.:; just the enteflalinest and bWer-servlng facilities will be disco.tlnued. TmE UF FACULTY CLUB is gay responsible for the debts, Murphy said. "As far as I kcnn', no one has tiled suit against us." he said. Some of the Rat's debts include 51.760 to the Algator for advertisIng, $600 foe radio advertising. 1600 to Moon., Cobb and Co. whichperforms the Rat's yearly audit and 3600 to Blevin's Popcorn. Beer apsss thich account for 40-45 per cern of total operating costs. wern paid on delivery. Rat ussettare estimated at 11400. THE! FACULTY CLUB. open to all UF MARSNAIJ.HARRIS .I bar, easily * (See 'Rut.' page three) 4

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Peg 1 ft. 1n.sde. SM. AMlemer. huney Aswldi 19.15 Senate OK'sH TALLAHASSEE(UPI)Te Senate passed. in jour hours on the second day of its 975 session Wednesday. bill overhauling the massive Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (HRS). The bill, approved 36left unresolved conflicts with lederal law that could cause the slate to lose 130 million. It was sent to the house when a slightly different version of HAS reorganization has cleared two committees. The "no" voles were cast by Jim Ghisson. li-Tavares. Dan Scarborough. D-Jacksonville and Mattox Hair. DThe bonillerestructures 0 of the II divisions of the 35,.0) emiployc department, eliminating the Division of Corrections. A companion bill creates a new Department of Offender Rehabilitation, but the Senate adjourned before voting on it Hears t link won't help FBI SAN FRANCISCO (LUPI) -Jack Scott, radical sports figure sought for questioning in the Patricia Hearst case,. .urfaced Wednesday and said he had done "nothing wrong." But he refused to say whether he knew anything about the Hearst case. With Scott was his friend Bill Waiton. 12 million star rookie of the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association, who urged "rejecdlou of the United States govertimes" and termed the FBI the enemy." Scott. sought fir questioning as the mam who rented a Pennsylvania farmhouse where Hearst hid wit last yenr, did not comment specifically on whether he knew anything about the case and declined to answer questions. He said hie had nothing to apologize fbi if his actions during the pastyearhud evented "bloodshed and killing" but did not elaborate-. IRS revamping The KRS reorganization measure was amended before final vote to require ennte confirmation of top level HRS administrators Senate H-RS Chairman jack Gordon. U-Miami, said he thinks conflict w.itl, Federal statutes that could jeopardize 130 million In vocational rehabilitation can be worked out. The House Governmeunt Operations Committee approved a similar legislative package and said it may sue the federal government to resolve the conflict. NOW off icer outraged by Ca~if. ch ur Ch o rd e r WASHINGTON (UPI) -The National Organiatmoti or Women Wednesday urged all women to join in a national "day otoutrage" May11 to protest a decision by the bishop of the San Diego Roman Catholic diocese to deny communion to members of NOW or any group supporting abortion.Church officials meanwhile noted that NOW members had not been denied the sacrament in any other diocese and that the denial in San Diego was not a national policy. But they said the California bishop was acting within the authority to issue such an order for his diocese. Jan ULinan. NOW's vice president for legislation. issued a statement calling for a national day of protest and accusing Bishop Leo Matter of San Diego of trying to "spiritually disenfranchise" Catholic women. Maher, in a latter to all parish priests in his four-county diocese, declared that "no person who claims and professes views that are contrary to the teachings of the church can dlainm to be a practicing Catholic, nor are they to be admitted to the sacrame.,ts." F thursday Capsul Enem y grouping for Saigon attaock SAIGON (UPn) -Commwtlst force. smashied mco rw more pnoc-e capitals Wedn--day and were eo maneuvering 4O,.O0 troop, into position for what mniltag sources said could be the start of the baffle for Saigon. Elements of two Communist divisions battled South Vietnamese defenders in downtown Xuan bac PtOVine caipttai. 38 miles noitheust of Saigon. They also captured thc southern fringes of Tan An province capital 26 miles south. w.est of here before they were driven back. Military sources said the attacks on Opposite %ides of Saigon indicated the Viet Cong and North Vietnamele although preferring a political victory. were preparing for a siege and all-out drive on the South Vietnamese capital itself it necessary. The afttaeks followed by 24 hours the bombing of Thieus Independence Palace. This disanlued the plane assault as an "isolated incdas" and ruetaed his vow to remain in office A spokesman far the Viii Cong's Provisional Revolutionary Government said Wednesday the aew-old pilot of the F5 Freedom Fighter jet had flown the plane to Comnmunst teirrtory. The airman. isa iL. Npye flak Trig.,, was given the Viat Cong's Uiberntlon Medal 2nd dlau and promoted to Captain, the qpmkusan said. H. addid he did not knot, at which occupied base Trim8had landed. / 000 eS. 0@@ 0@O 0*S *5S 0@@ one One I. With two pieces of Krysa fle chicken, mashed potatoes and craclin' gmay an a dinner roll. Offer good from April7 trough 10 pm. 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Hanson: UF to consider It, ineedn Modd. AMIgar. Thund~y, April W. 1975. Pas. S elimination physic By BRIAN JONES Allihjtor SbfWditer Required physical education at UF may be on the way out UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said Wednesday eliminating the physical education requirement "will be considered", after Regent Marshall Harris. visiting the UF campus, objected to mandatory physical education. "THIS IS SOMETHING the students al education complain about and in tight timesthis is a dollar drain that makes no sense," Harris said ci the required physical education classes Four-year students at UF are presently required 10 complete three quarters of physical education, ,hich must include one quarter ol basic physical education. 01 the five stare universities ,.,rh tour-year prograils. only Florida A and M also requires physical education. REVISION OF COURSE requirements must come from the University Senate. requirements composedof [IFlaculty members and chaired by the vice president fbr academic affairs. A proposal to lift the physical education requirement in 1%9 "as killed '.hen the senate sent the proposal back to cornmittcee for further study, but the lollowing year the senate reduced the requirement --hich has stood at t,.o years -to the presently required three quarters. Physical Education, Health and Heereation College Dean Cliftord Bosdt said Wednesday he viewed the physical education requirement *a part ol general education requirements "As long as they have requirements for the general education of students. I think Physical education is a legitimate area." Boyd said. Boyd said he would a senate to eltnmiatet Couldn't know" if h, lunds and professors students enrolling tn classes. ccept a decision by the he requirement, and is college would lose as a result 0f lewer physical education H igher cost of' name professors might be worth it to UF students Students would be wting to pay up to '50 per cent more for their education if they could attend courses taught by nanie people,"' Regent Marshall Harris said Wednesday at a meeting with 'even UF Student Governnment officers. Student Body President Steve Merryday said he feels most students would not object to h gher tuition if they were education. given quality Harris said. "I feel we should give credit to the guy who wants to go back to the classroom to teach. Research in education is good, but we need to have values forteachers who are good." When asked about alternatives to the Haorris, (from page one) had been proposed. HARRIS ALSO suggested that UF should increase space utilization of classrooms and boost teacher productivity by offering larger lecture classes. He said he was in favor of offering more night classes 0f required courses as a way to lorce students to take them at nmght, Harris added 'you can teach 250 students is well as you can 100" and suggested UPF oiler more of these larger classes. MUCH OF HARRIS' meeting with Murston and Hanson was spent discussing the luture of higher education in Florida, and the problems of funding that they could expect. "We are dealing with a tax base that is not us large as most states. and you cannot expect the resources you have had for the last IS years," H arris said. He added, however, that Florida will have the advantage over other states which Harris said will experience the same kind of "shortfall of revenue" that Florid. is attempting to deal with now. HARRIS SA!D EACH state school had to determine which programs are most important to them and which the most resources ought to be directed to. H-e added that this would include dropping progranis which might not have a high priority. Marston told Harris his "dream' as president of UF would be to develop a program which "meets the needs of the future. "We ought to have an environment and curriculum that will be meaningful for a world that will clearly be different." Marston waid,. proposed tuition hike, Harris said the present tax base is too low to support a university system. "We may not be able to survive any longer on a lout cent sales tax. It may have to sgo up." he said. Harris ruled out the possibility of legalized gambling or a state lottery to raise revenue for the state university system. When Mettyday asked about collective bargaining, Harris said "Students should play a definite roll in the collective bargaining process. "Seniority will have to be handled to get the best people teaching, opposed to those who have been teaching the longest" he added. To Increase summer enrollment. Harris proposed that any student who enrolls in college tar the tirst time be required to take at least one quarter of summer school before receiving his baccalaureate degree. (/ot pa;e one) faculty members but only claiming 100 members, considered two methods of paying off the debts. flht possibility of securing a 59.0 loan from a bank was rejected. since the club only collects about S.0 in dues each year and "no bank would give us one," Murphy said. Liquidation was the second alternative. SIEVE MERRYDAY .a gr.s with Harris Members of the board met Wednesday morning and were considering a closing date ais soon as Friday, Murphy said. The decision to remain open until April 20 was influenced by the committmnents to the movies and the dance marathon. After the beer and entertainment facility is closed, food service will remain. Food 'ervice hours are I l a.m.-7 p.m. uS li A;3 72t7'~77 373-1307 j T1 CON CTION LOUNGE NO COVER -M-W Thursday [adres Night No Cover All Ladies Drinks 75C Now Playing 'Dougherty Brothers" Happy Hour MondayrE*ay 518pm Friday-TGIF Party 3500 S.W. 13th St. 3772776 "0*N lIVES M lS" sunday is the day we welcome spring in right. 'tstartsa week f partying day and n ight. Watch for Friday's list of events or check the poster in your house. IFC PANNELLENIC COUNCIL of

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Pa. &, The Indep.den. Rodde Aillg.,ot, Thundey. Apdil IC, 1975 RUB to byw By DAVID KLEIN Alligator MausgiagEditor Customers of the Regional Utilities Board RUJB) will save an average of $2 on their April electricity bill. For the first time since IDecember, the R UB Wednesday cut the monthly lueZ adjustment charge by nearly two mills per kilowatt hour A mill is one-tenth ol a cent. THE APRIL FUEL adjustment charge will be 16.05 mis petkilowatt hoot, down Iron, IS mills per kilowatt hour in March Elec tion booth l cations naDm ed The location of polling booths tot the April l6 student body election was decided Tuesday night at the election commission meeting. All students registered in University College can vote at any of the following locations: Browat-d-Rawlings area. Carlton Auditorium. Graham Hall, Hunte Hall. Jennings Hall. Murphree Area. Tolbiert Area and Von Hall. Thres foloing isa list of pollng boohsH with agriculture; Architecture and Fine Artsarchitecture and tine arts; Library West-arts and sciences; Matberly Hall-business administration: Norman Hall-education; Weil Hall-engineering; Larson-Dejnton Complexengineering; Ross HaII-fot-estry; Stadiumjournalism; Florida Gymnasium basementphysical health and recreation: Medical Center second floor lobby-dentistry and health related professions, medicine, nursing and pharmacy. "We can no that voice ~er charges here wre onl chrec timeI drng Ihe I9P4 Eical year w.hen the tuel adjustment charge '.as cut, according to George Lindsey lil, RUB assistant to the general manager Ihe luel adjustment figure is the amount charged by utilities to account bor monthly variations mn fuel prices. If fuel prices decrease one month, fuel adjustmtent bills should decrease that month also. ROBERT ROUJNDTREE, RU manager, said he expected the iustment charge to decrease even month. B general fuel admore next the RUB ad City Commission also p-ase into law Wednesday an ordinance ending the practice of rounding off the fuel adjustment charge to the nearest mill. PreviousIy, fuel adjustment figures were rounded up or down, and consumers were charged the rounded-off figure. FOR EXAMPLE, an adjustment cost of 16.7 mills per kilowatt hour would be charged to the consumer as 17 n-ills per kilowatt hour. However, a cost of 16.2 mills would cost consumers only lb mills per kilowatt hour. According to RUB member Russell fro te rounding-off proceure.ls oy 'When the months rounded off upward. they customers) lost money, but when they rounded off down, they saved," he said. RAMSEY SAID THE ordinance prohibiting rounding-off was a standard procedure throughout the United States. The city commission approved the Ordinance immediately after the RUB meeting. longer Ignore within women that says 'I want something more than my husband and my children and my home." ____ Betty Frledan 1963 Bc Fr Wean sAuthor of Tho Feminine Mystique *Founder of The National Organization for -oe Convenoe of tie Notional Women, Political Caucus University Auditorium Mon.ANprII14 8!Opm bnlwmdl heptaMsand.m 9:3Q FREE to amWomen and other People Presented by UC Student Councfl i gNc"n NnIn 37157 rUC ofke 192-15 security is A Peoples Bank Sa e Depos t Box Ava labe n a variety of sizes at a cost of just pennIeS a day GAINESVILLE A Genrai F'nancea Systems Banlk I 'I S

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You're A LW AYS Welcome in a Mormon Church! Churchiof Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints Student Services Sunday 10:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. at the (North of Norman Hall) n U 4220 QUAD-STER EO R ECEIVER retail $300 Demo $249 00" 4240 QUAD-STER EO R ECEIVER Demo $489 'F 4210 QUAD-STER EO R ECEIVER retail$00 infl Dmo$569 5G SP EAKERS 000 .pr. KEN WOOD KR 1400-SfEitO kNtIVEAi retail $180 Demo $13 r A Cordial lnvrtationro A NGEL FLIGHT RUSH Lv April 14 Apr il 15 8 30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2nd Floor, Van Fleet Hal j r McDDNAL 107 TUBRNTAB retai $2 Demo $1 Th. Ind.p.nd.n' florido Ailiqolor Thu'4ay A4,41 0, 1975, Pog. SUPER BIKES, Inc. PARTS377-6901 I No w'cIIs U SERVICE 7 DAYS 377-0722 A WEEK 3M? S.W. ARCHER R.D-. l I L.0 LE"29." m' os PRO 4AA PROFESSIONAL HEADPHONE New 4 SONY TC-228-8 Tuck Recorder retail $200 demo $1439 P SUPERSCOPE CD 302 Cassette Deck retail $200 demo $159Y9 SONY RuelteRuel Tape Deck retail $400 demo $319 tO BL ANK 90Minute Cassettes 3 for $3 %' S I, 377-HIFI ,1802 WUnIv. -'HI. of Urn Cuwnuie -Preecs. ph.n" Great Values O Demonstrators We're installing a new switchboard and it makes it a lot easier with these demos off the shelves! Uni/ver sit y proposed B, MICHAEL BRADLEY Alligator Staff WrItr ltr the fuurtb year ina rrn' Rep Mary Singleton. D"ill"toes1tadl a chol ad ath rs ders el Si ngon prposales. -ould he earnon-regidnal nst xit t g altend colg tudyin ano-tadtina CREDIT ioeardo bcelors dreg astrsdepess.ud' ae aldm non-reidegrees would b beeard tregonal learnng cener. thre ce ntr aomld aut ofiae exist gal aa These eannycntr ad(btt n-e dst le ya %r'dal dirctig uen sud-oe udnttiversty st, iwludnt aeide. ol the headuarer-uaed acon LOWERe hr int amnd university. Pro gras oftudy hasul ben sdsternydted the Boar o Regentesi. Rp ige after.terit s oe to neitl thos sh nrally w houno heav cest h hus falrmpus-based insttuirn" Sigetnsid. LOWER atuition aegnd covenipeacedt the aue learing cete-s are aon university.sse poie venou hteran.n a d ge Theisargeto has cgan sisntl defeated the mea uret kThpIS arwihasiv iancialouler:inleo Tben asd

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Peg. 6.Th. 'ndependen* Froldo AllIgotor, Thundey Aprd110 1975 L ong-awaited rebates to be mailed by June 30 By JOE MORAN Alligator Stall Writer I he first lederal iticomei tax rebates w& il be 'enm out in May and all rebate checks should henm the mail by the end of June. according to he internal Revenue Service (IR) informiation bureau in Jacksonville I he rebates -a return ot a portion ol each taxpayer's 1974 income tax payment -'Aere authorized by the loax Reduction Act of 1975 THE BILL WAS signed into law by President F-ord in spite ol his opposition to portions he described as ilationary in a nationally televised speech. A spokesman for the district lax office in Jacksonville said rebate checks bor Florida taxpayers will be mailed on schedule Iromn the IR he amountC l eac rebatecheck ill be .ipprxinmately 1(3 per cent ol taxes paid in 1974, with a nmiximuml of S2o. A MINIMUM REBATE of SI00 was established by the Reduction Act unless an individual paid less than Sl(E in taxes. If less than 1(M) "as paid. the entire amount will be refunded. the rebate may be paid to the taxpayer in one check along with any lax refund due if the individual has not yet received the refund If both payments are included, the check w ill be imark ed "reb and ret I he Jacksonville t K spokeman said those who arc refunded ill ncome tax wtiithheld tiring 1974 will not he eligible for a rebate IF AN INDIVIDUAL has not paid taxes for 1974. or has an unpaid tax balance a hen the rebate check is issued. the amount of the rebate w ill be credited to the taxpayer' account i the amount owed is less than the rebate. the dilterence "ill be sent to the taxpayer. Amiiaximunmrefund of51(X)has been set icr miiarried taxpayers hulng separate returns, and for individuals iwith incomes of over 530.(X) during 1974 '4' I ( U / 2 Regents study merging programs By LAURIE FOX Alligator Staff Writer (iterimg some degree programs at only one '(ate university or phasing them out altogether may be the result of a Board Of Regents study oh program productivity. I he regents began the stud) in 1971, citing 113 degree programs in the State University System lor niot graduating enough students to iugify the lunds spent OF THE 113 PROGRAMS put on probation, or "on alert lot examination." as University System Chancellor Robert iviatt, jernmed it .3 arc programs offered at IF Mautt said the productivity study is not a direct result oh the current budget crunch,. 'it's no longer realistic to assume programs keep on growing.' can 'Deliverance synd rome'1 cause of twenty deaths?. By THOMAS KANE A~Ilgatcr Stall Writer In the lour 'ears since the premier oh the no'e i"DeXlaserancc." more thin 20 people has been killed canoeimg the treacherous ( hiattcogi Riner im Georgia, .\tti kitng these to "ihe Deliverance sindroiie.' John Pascon Kennedy. stuntman and ads or for the nmoste. said rn any people wcrc impired lby the jilm to canoe the riser. Mais ot these people had neither Ihe Ialit' nor the e spen ence to survive such .imibitnt lie smid. Mans met w ith disaster and im SOmei iiti~ices. death. KENNEDY himself has kayaked for mans sears, With his bros am 'card bushing out from inm, sin-tanned face. Kenned, appears to be lhe con'timmiate sportsmlit. 'lye been eonoeimg since I .as a child at slammer Camp~s.' he said. Aennedy is the imstruetoroithe thhae "atrr canoe and kayak program at the Nantahain Outdoor Center in nesiern North Carolina, THE CENTER, which is in operation )earround. enmphasiies recreational white Aater canoe and kayak instruction, although imountain climbing and trail hiking on the nearby Appalachian I rail are also provided. Kennedy knowAs only I'Ao other outdor centers that offer sin' ar facilities and inst ruiiti ion. 'One is mn Canada, operating two months in the summer, and the other iS in Colorado. also operating tiwo months during the summer.' Kennedy said. A HANDFUL ci staft members of the Nintahala Outdoor Center have qualified for the w hite s ater canoeimg 'Aorld chainpionships to he held in June. Hsnweser. Kennedy said, Aiiericans hasec lot set reached international prominence. "here is more emiphaisis placed on white "ater canoeing Im Europe." he said. 'The Fist Gt'rmens are tops." While the United S tales ma' not lead the storld in canoe and kayak competition. Kennedy said Amtericans increased interest in the sport is a tine start. he studs 'Aas begun to give us a method of exanlig programs in terms ol number ol students receiving degrees versus money spent." Maut, said. Hie said the program w as 'conceived in more prosperous times ,&hen growth seemed t act of hiie'. It's nit longer realistic to assu me programs can keep on groAig." M aut/ said the emphasis w.ill be on intreasing the producuivity ot each program. bu ii w as a dedimnte possibility sonec programs 'er' mg (inly a small number oh students wmuld be {,lered only at one state university. Maut said. 'We are not investigating the quality ol the programs. The form of evaluation will probably have the university submit a 'lustication report' to (be regents." DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN of the departments afleeted agreed that the regents' findings were questionable. LWF Agriculture Dean Dr. Charles Browning blamed the probation of 13 Institute of l-ood and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) programs on "arbitrary criteria" for judging program productivity. Browning 'aid the regents should not have used the number students receiving degrees to judge the product ivity and usefulness of the disciplines. BROWNING SAID there are no plans to phase out any WFAS degree programs, they are iusdifled by the number oh students they srve eseithe number ci degrees they Dr. Paul Doughty, chairman of the anthropologv department said he 'resented the actthis masters program w as placed on he regents expect the students it, march through like thes wecre on an assembly ine. I hes don't take influences like Iught s std lierstinn mi Environmental and budget,' was not in operation bor the full three 'cjrs uf the study. "WE DIDN'T GO io operation until the tall oh 1972, but since then *e have graduated 'ix in the program and six more are duti to graduate. 'We'll turn out enough it' they gnc us a little longer." Jantten said. D~r John K. Simmons. chairman it the UJF accounting department, said there is w ned lor the advanced accounting degree ihiiwa 'it on probation. "THE PROGRAM is used lby C plus students who can't make it io graduate school," he said. "There never werc Sen iminy students in the program. buut 'e do need it at the current timie." he sind Dr. J. Wayne Conner. chairmnin ci the romance language department -'Ahere the French doctoral degree program is oil probation -said the "number of students needed is of relatively little importance it is' the quality that is important. 1hw program answers a direct need of '.omem. he said. Eighty to 90 per cent of the degree candidates are women. DR. WILLIAM MENDENfIALL, chairman of the department of stattiSne, where boil, the bachelor's prograni and We are not investigating the quality of the programs. Robert MaUtZ "THE STt1DY doesn't ctinsey the true picture. I s sers mislcadmin.'' he said. lt anthropoligs p L0rtsimrg program anrd kikl mi 1he slormich. Dr ( A o \rt% indl be the onl igram n is the fastest feel like lwe been IDoughtvsi wid. \ ander Weri Ixan muf I ic College Sciences said numb, ers should lot determm nant itt a programs worth ''YOUVE GOT I., ake ntacotte practital rnd cultural au nof acourstes. h nderwcrf said e tiure. a nderW cr1 s" d he 'tatemein to the regents probation If i he German. R latn. Greek and linguistic dI prepare a regarding the tissian, French. programsDr Alice C Jantzen, chairwoman of the hEr mcuastiona terapy department %aid hearmasersprogram. '&hich is on probation. doctoral program are on prohitttin tinmk he ildl have a problem with next year. Li, 25nl Ipr o n ''With the doctorate degrees. it *ibi bulge of degrees comiing through right bL'IOre and after the study bcgan, Menudt'th'll said. he study did not take into fluctuations,' he said. In the statistic classes SAC students per quarter. It costs the to keep the program in for the "ant it Mendaihail said. tei'h lIt 'tile nothing students dho "I think eliminating the program w0ldli a pretty silly idea." he said. ,'Er

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I. .9 -v 1~ G ET LOADED ON A PIZZA Nothing to it! Call Shelley's and order any size pizza with your favorite goodies. By the time you've put it away you'll be loaded with pepperoni or anchovies or green pepper or sausage or mushroom or bacon or onion or ground beef or any combination of the above. And while you're getting loaded with pizza you can get loaded on fine beer or wines. The Shelley's Man gets it there-fast right to your desk or your door. .It's Shelley's way of getting you high. You don't have to be U pizza nut to love Shelley's Pizza. 377-955 tU, Ti I Tb independent Floddo AlIgaor fhwreday. AprI 10, 1975, Pug.?7 iR I SOPES. IIv*1~.~ We'fl be closed Fri-Sat-Mon. Coeesee use"nTuesday 1513 NM. 13 St. 372-0521 /A EATING AN ENVIRONMENT Independent Florida Alligator Consumer Se ction I COMING Need an apartment or a roommate? Want to sublet your house APRIL or sell your'trailer? Want to sell your stereo or buy a fish tank? Fill out the below form and send It in-or bring It to The Alligator s at 1729 W. University or to the jewelry counter at the Campus 1 Shop & Bookstore with $1. 'PLEASE PUBLISH MY 4-LINE ""'"""HABITAT" CLASSIFIED ON c ___ FilPi t e b xe oo ing I oxToH Eo bLeteW ma e d mtu la m .t n 1w cia letters I i PR IEORE O RC OFt MI|rd"kd L LLLLLLLLLL LLL LLLI I I I I I L iLLLL L L'L -$'-LLLLLLLLLLLII II I I I I I LLLL JLLLLLL L LL L L t Lh I l.,. .n .4 Two as saulted near Carnigras B, JOE MORA N Alligator Staff Writer Fwo Hawthorne youths ,.ere assaulted near the HO IC Drill Field early Wednesday morning according to University Police Department (UPD) Information Otticer Jim Shuler. I he drill hield is the site ofthe 1975 Carmigras. ACCORDING TO a report tiled by UPD officers called to the scene. Jinmmy Lee Daniels. 22. and Albert Ernest Williams. 15. could not start their car as they attempted to leave the area after attending the carnival with friends. Daniels, Williams and several other black males returned to the carnival grounds to seek assistance with the car and approached a white female emiployc. according to the report. The woman refused to help the youths and became verbally abusive, the report said The youths exited through the south gate of the drill field being pursued by male carnival employcs. OUTSIDE THE CARNIVAL grounds. a dark colored Chevrolet station wagon pulled up. A white male, described by Daniels and Williamis as being approximately 5'8". 80 lbs. and between the ages of 35-40. identified himself as "Jimmy" to the youths. After being asked for assistance with the stalled car. "Jimmy" struck Williams on the chin and pulled a small black pistol from his pocket. The man pointed the pistol at Daniels and told the youths to leave the area. He then pocketed the gun and struck Daniels on the nose. ONE OF THE other youths flagged down a passing cab and asked the driver to call the police, the report said. U PD officers on the scene could not locate the suspect. ,Irvin Deggeller, proprietor of the Carnigras, could not identit an ofhs employes on the basis of the description The youths were taken to the U PD station where they gave rtt" statements. The case is still under investigation, e ==rm

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Pa.a.independenForido Almqobor Thursdoy Arii 10 s minding HI1lE MORAN Allgator Staff Writer ihc row *1 lines iiid iinimhers ret en IlK added to mn st I Lr()ccrv product packages are not a(IA mention designed to keep track ot the eating habits ot radicals and subverscs I hehlnes and numbers. knm' nto retailers asthe Unversal Product (ode U UPC. are dIesignedt to be read by an electronic scanner w hach identifies the product to an in-store computer THE COMPUTER, programmed by the 'tore manager,. ran'nmit' the price 0t the item back to the check -,ut stat on rnd keeps an inventory of each item sold I he specially designed cash register pris out a detailed receipt -including the product and its brand name -and aulomaticatly totals sales tax, coupon discounts anid change due the ustomer Manufacturers ol the scanning systems -ncludmng IBM. National Cash Riegister Co. Singer and Bunker Ramo -claim supermarkets using the system will be able to operate m,,re efficiently sa th fewer personnel, and will be able to total customers' lood bills in less than half the time now required. AS OF THE beginig of this year. only six supermarkets. mostly in the northeast, had installed scanning systems. No stores an the Gainesville area, or in Florida are using the system Butord Wray. vice president of retail management for the Florida Publix stores, said the chain has no immediate plans to install scanning systems or to open a test store 10 check the elinciency of the system. Wray said there arc not enough products with UPC markings at this tame. A LOCAL PUIILIX official said, however, that the chain has demonstrated the system to retailers at their main office I L I A' Who A lot easier You know that taking care of your contact lenses can be a real hassle. You have to use a solution for wetting. Another one for soaking. Still another one for cleaning. And maybe even another one for cushioning,. But now there's TotaI" The all-in-one contact lens solution that wets, soaks, cleans and cushions. S Sho Boftceslorc a SIDE AND CRISIS EinmnN354 It's a lot easier than having to use 4 different solutions,. There are two good ways to buy Total-the 2 oz. size and the 4 oz. a ree, miored lens storage case, and the new economy 4 og. size saves you 25%. Ibtal* is available at the campus bookstore or your local drugstore. And we're so sure you'll like 'IbtaF* that we'll give you your second bottle free, just send ailbtal" boxtop with your name, address and college name to: Total, Allergan Pharm ~~-2525 I '~irvi ,1 VMS MA ~Vailable at aceutical s )upont Drive inc, California 92664 L4mit one per person lifer expires uly 31.1975.) ma SB the store? IBM! I k ca I Io IIth o nI i t o "eh '8 in spate oI thc ad'aiitiges Thered1 bK ie i tllaittton 'B the ssst em, t here a' some resistance to it' im plemenT't atmn lit-ause the coniputir, not the clerk, read' iiid totals prices, nmarkmrg prices on each nm beoioies Iin in conveenteto the retailer, the price ol each itemn would he placed ont; OT the shelf where the iten, is stored WRAY SAID CONSUMERS .otild oppose the .ibscnte (P 'rice markings on each item. Sonme consumer advocates sayV this would reduce customer awareness ot price trendIs[ he consumer advocates contend that most price trend' are discovered by the customer ,.hen price nmarkimg' on identical 'tern' purchased several weeks apart aLre compared Superniarketing Magazine reports that the largest prolemii mn implementing the system involves mans stores policyof nrot repricing merchandise already on display BECAUSE THE COMPUTER cannot be programmed to charge two different prices for the same product. a store '.ould have to wait until all stock is sold before programming the price increase. One possible solution would be to attach new UPC labels in the store on the items to be sold at the old price and reprogram the computer to identify the manufacturer's UPC with the higher price. SUPERMARKETiNG MAGAZINE also reports. however, that there has been an average of 4W price changes each week during the last year. Thus, relabeling lower priced stock .ould be as time consuming as marking each individual iten. Officers of various grocery chains predict that 7,8W0 to 8.0 supermarkets will have installed the system -at a price of approximately SlOO.00 per store -by 1980.

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A jbIe Cat is U *10 U-~ ~r ~-we '. or excitement, or racing, or exhilaration, or sport, or fun, or friendship, or a thousand other reasons-but most of all because Hobie Cat is a fantastic way elite,. A Hobie Cat is the more than 500 annual regattas It's a way of life. To join the action set in your area ..see w Shop 3702 N. M A IN 377-SAIL a waye of 1 1%. indwpeoden* Modd. Mu9.r. Thunedey, PpudI tO. 1975, Nag.9 Budget passes senate By LESLIE GOLAY Algater Staff Writ., [he Activity and Service Fee Advisory Commtttee's 1975-76b 52.5 million budget recommendations passed on final reading Tuesday at a sparsely attended Student Senate miecting. Student Senate President Kevin Malone said. UF ad.ministrators ,.ere concerned about the proposed activity and ~eivice fee infirmary allocation. THE INFIRMARY'S 1974-75 budget was 1614,395 and for next year the budget was cut to 590039. After the ASFAC reconmmendations are signed by Student Body President Steve Merryday and Student Body Treasurer Greg Sherman. theynwill be presented to UP President Robert 0. Marst for his approval. Kevin Malone said he was disturbed at the number of 'enarors who have quit attending senate meetings. "ANY SENATOR who did not show up tbr this meeting and the last meeting. I will be under the presumption that they have resigned. There is no way we (the senate) can function with 41 people here." Malone said. The Student Government 1975-76 budget was taken off the agenda because the Budget and Finance Committee wanted Ic reintervic,. student groups before they balanced the budget. Malone said. IN OTHER BUSINESS, the senate funded four special requests totally 11.635. According to Nick Lang. budget and finance committee chairman, there is presently 15.000 left in the special request budget. A WhistleStop Rape Program~which would make whistles available to 'omen on campus as part of a rape prevention campaign. w.as allotted 1650 hor the purchase of 1.200 '.histles. UlF's Soccer Club .as allotted 5620 bor bus transportation to the Mobile invitational Southeastern Soccer Classic April IS through 20 A special request lor 5300 to partially fund a student anthology ot short stories, poems. drawings and photographs w.as also approved. The anthology is a cooperative effort of the National Organization tbr Women and Student Government and will be available fret to UF students. I'he Honor Court clerk's salary received a 175 raise from specdal requests to increase the uotaM salary to S150 per quarter Ironm the previous 175 per quarter. Comil posts bond, goes home Free on S5.0 bond, Scott Camil left the custody of federal marshalls and Alachus General Hospital Wednesday and went home to begin an iestigation into his shooting. "nm anxious to sit down with Mike and Larry and talk everything out.' he said. He was referring to Michael Oliver,. the leader of his support group. and his attorney Larry turner. Canmil said he went to the Veteran's Administration (VA) Hospital bor a check up after leaving AIachua General. He said the VA will give him check-ups ftom now on. "because I'm a veteran and I don't have any money." Out be was quick to praise everyone at Alachua General tbr their treatment of him. Camil was arrested and shot during an alleged drug deal he was conducting with federal agents last week. He was later indicted on six drug and assault counts. One of the first Accent '76 programs wtil feature heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali. Alis 'peech. entitled "Friendship" will be presented l'hursday. April 17 at S pam The location will be announced later this week. Accent is in the process of arranging new speakers for 'pring quarter because of the cancellations of John Dean. Marth Griffis and a program about W.C. Fields, According to Scott AgeloT. Accent speakers chairman. speaker possibilities include former Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall. feminine activist Gernmaine Greer. and ex-CIA member Victor Marcetti. MOVE LIKE A BUTTERFLY STING LIKE A BEE I AM THE GREATEST UHA ED 1st 2nd 3rd PLACE PRIZES BY : Ma San Du Green Mansions Univ. Sport Shop Grand Central Station Verse Contest Rules: 1 entry per person Entries must be subm ittdd by Wednes., April l6th, 3 p.m. 4 line verse, rhyming Winners will be announced at the program ALI wilibe here Thurs., April 17th, 8 p.m. Fla. Gym MUHAMMED ALI VERSE CONTEST Write a verse about Muhammed All Sponsored by ACCENT '76 Drpenr bla' 'n Ino n Cmusibx dese o SActivities DOak, third floor of the Union. Addreu: Accent features Muhammad All Phone N. U J

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'r Wi lb. Ind.ed.M Neddo M11.S. Thond.y AplI ii. 1975 Southern Bel ask ng to hike pay phone rate By JUDY MOORE Alihgator StW! Writer [he day ofthe dame phone call may be gone A orvruthern Bell request to raise pay phone rate' to 2O cents in Florida is being considered hy the Public Service Commission IPSC). ANOTHER PROPOSAL being considered by the PSC is a three-listing per month limit to tree directory assistance Under the proposal, a 20 cent charge for each additional listing request would be added to monthly telephone bills. George Hanna, public information officer of the PSC. said the request was submitted last November and a decision is due in July. IF APPROVED, the pay phone hike would the first increase since 1952. whet, rates Ju dy 'y business ofce manager of Gamnesyillt. uthern Bell. said increased installation at. 'aintenance costs of coin phone operations -ssitate the rate hike. Foley said the Tm. would primarily effect people who do nothI. ohone in their residence and tourists. By keeping rate increases in t., 'rea in which the expense occurs, only that gro of costomens suffers the increase." Foley sae. AN ADDITIONAL. charge for information requests has already taken effect in New York. North Carolina and Georgia. Foley said the charge would effect only a small percentage of the public that excessively use the service. The funds collected would help to prevent further monthly rate increases in local service charges. "Southern Bell studies have shown thiat less than 20 per cent of subscribers make over 73 per cent of the total directoryassistmnce calls. Cimcinnati Bell. which was the first company to implement the charac. bills no more than Corn man Cause9 press will s peak The Acting Pteuident of Common Cause. David Cohen. will speak on "Executive Branch Accountability -Government Waste and Inefficiency.' Friday at 21:45. at a luncheo at the Sweden House Restaurant,. 24~ SW 3th St. [Ihe lunch costs $2.95. The public is invited. For information call Eald Mahon. 3724197. five per cent Foley said. of Its customers in any month. HOWEVER, DAN governmental secretary said the "Peop universit directory protests Lobeck conduct received LOBECK, for consumer 'I charge is discriminatory Ie change addresses more ofi towns and have a greater ne assistance. I am writing a let a the PSC," beckk said. said that in a consumer ed last quarter, Southern the second most consumer student if airs, ward ten it ed for tter of survey Bell conmplaints of any local business 0niy University City National Bank received more complaints. "eBESIDES WRITING letter, of protest to the PSC, anyone opposed to the proposed charges should be sure to register any Suthern Bell wihthe PSC. Lobeck said On the brighter side for students. Southern Bell is offering a system to help students to save time and money on fall quarter telephone install at ions. Margaret Wagner. business office supervisor, said the system would suspend telephone service during the summer, and allow students to restore service at the same number in the fall by calling Southern Bell collect. before returning to school. "ANY PHONE CALLS received at the student's number during the summer would be referred to the students home number." Wagner said. The service would cost $3.50 per month with $10 restoration fee in the fall. The total cost of this service is 320.50 as compared with the regular 3 installation charge. Wagner said the long lines in front of the Southern Be4I office each year at the beginning of fall quarter could be avoided if students would call Southern Bell collect to install service. "STUDENTS CAN CAIL us collect from their homes before returning to Gainesville end make an appointment to have a phone installed. The fee ean be mailed in. Many students don't realize this and stand in lines for hours to accomplish the sante thing that a simple phone call would do.' Wagner said. Wagper also encouraged stiadeints to cail early to beat the rush to get phones discoonected before going home for the summer. "Students should begin calling in May to make an appointment. If they wait, the phone lines will be jammed and it will be very difficult to get through." she said. The phone number to call for service inthrmation is 372-9W01. Help {hos~ 4 1' -Or#z&Womo. A 3N Nb 7:30 zsr A N 5' 3Ab 34. 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w'--'EI-GOT A DRINKING PROBLEM? 377-1 445 o r 2327-0421 Tvou. Shr o* compee adc. or pr'*ng a comnpIqa on ,nans w**n hi w'sdhon I., *momp e.ye SO oti.,, None You Can Count on Ser maOn Grng doesn't waste time on talk. Because he's busy watching out for your money. And trying to save it. For example, look at the Florida Turnpike toll discount program. You con save up to 25 percent on your tolls. It's one of Greg's 1974 campaign pledges. Today, it's I working. on it. Re-elc SCher maOn SG TREASURER Let's be realistikc aboutb th Student Senate For the last few years, the Senate has been a joke. But to Florida Student Party's Senate candidates, it's no laughing mowter. Especially when the Senate allocated and spent $2.5 million of your money in 1974. So we will demand financial responsibility in SG. If you don't get the benefits, we won't spend the Florida Student i.6 in4.pen&.yl AodJ AMlssr, Thuusder, Apu4I I, 191 Pug. II UFoalumni gifts totaled B, LINDA WISNIEWSKI Alligator Staff Writer Members and "friends" ol the UF Alumni ^ssociation made donations in excess of s5.2 million to UJF last year According to Director ot UF Alumni Atfanr Don Poucher, there are currently 95.000 members of the Alumni Associatiop,. although he did not know how many of those nmembers have contributed. PRIVATE DONATIONS totaled s4.8 niilion in 1973 and there were "roughly"' 87.8100 members on roll. Poacher 'aid. Members and mrends 0f the Alumni Association donate g'ts through the UF Foundation or the Lan Center Association not through the Alumni Association, he said. "The tbundation spoiisors lund raising programs which include money received through wills, fixed assets such as land grants. and other similar gifts.' he said. THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION sponsors service programs for [UF alumni. "We have local alumni club activities and other types of service activities, one of which is a career counseling service for members who want job counseling.' Poucher said. The membership of the association has increased steadIly since 1906. the earliest date of membership records, because every student who graduates from UF automatically becomes a member, he said. "EACH GRADUATE is automatically put on our mailing list and becomes a member of the alumni associaion. Members do not pay any dun. If someone writ.s and asks us to be taken ofithe membership list.then we'll do it. but if he doesn't then he's a member of the Alumni Association whether he likes it or iol." Pouch., said. Peuche, said he works fo, the UF Pow,dation because he 'believes, in many cases. the succes, and training I've enjoyed is directly related to my schooling at [UF. I feel that I have some obligation to help support [IF." consultant. Aid. Ebaugh, a local engineering contributed to UF became the I/rom page one) Mc~uat said. A SECOND FINANCIAL aid program, the Student Financial Aid Trust Fund, is administered by the state Department of Education and provides source money for Florid. Student Loans. Turner said. 'I'd like to see the flexibility to spend this nioney where we need it." Turner said. "One of our problems is that the decision-making power in financial aid has been moved to ral'ah-ssw and Washingtn. Even with additional *id provided by a tuition hike, however. Turner said he "frans we are on the threshold of deteriorating "EE NEW"GENERA financial aid fund will automaticaly become law unless it is amended out of the fee hike bill sent to the The fee'hikebeomes'aw"atoial unless the legislature actively votas to reject it. flu legislature can also amend the fee bill. S (enturv Club within the Alumni Association. ,rovide, scholarships trotv gifls contributed by ts members, "I UNDERSTAND the gifts are matched Sixth federal lunds' that enable larger scholarships to be otlered. Ebsugh said. David M. Anderson. a local attorney. contributed to UF because it is an annual part of his law firm's policy to give UIF money. since three out of four members of the firm are [IF alumni. "All of us feel it is a '.ay of demonstrating our regard towards [UF as a part of the community." Anderson said. ur I s En och on council Jay Enoch. 1W Ptofessor of Opthalnmolog). has been appointed to a national committee ,hich awards $40 million, in researe, grants brt eye research. Enoch's appointment by Secretary of Health. Education and Welfare Casper Weinberg.r will run until Sept. 30. 1976. The 12-member National Advisory Council of the National Institute of Health is advised by three grant evaluation committees which establish priorities for grant recipients. The National Advisory Council then studies the national program and decides what area. need help. 'I not inerestig to read about, very mundane. But it'. impoflant." Eaoch said. amneOstfy offere d Library fines will not be collected during National Ubrary Week from April 13 through April l9 at the Santa Fe RqiOIaI LUbrny. the main library in Gainsvilke. branch libraries and bookmobiles. 'Abotit 1,200 books a year sit checked out of the library and not returned," Dianne Murphy. assist nt director and chief of .circulation at the Santa Fe Regional Library 'aid' She said many people don't return books or they feel guilty about not returning them on time. "We usually get about 1200 a week in fines hrn overdue books. I hope that this amenity wil encourage people to bring them back." Murphy said. 'If they bring them back during National Library Week they'll be saving themselves some money and others will be able to use the hooks.' she said. Poet and translator Robert Fitzgerald will speak on "A Translator's Honwr." 8 pm. on Tuesday. May 6 at the I. Wayne Fitzgerald is teaching a seminar on Hoerasthe Eglish Dptmen' Bre Part y LETS BE REALISTIC Pd. pal. Ad, Marc Blrnbaum, flre. LA. I LW hen Sherm an g ives you his word, you can count a. I'"I C -.a

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Peg. 12. 1). Ind.pn en d. Ailig.e Thursday. April IC. 157 ED ITORIAL Liquor I he more educated a person is, the more liquor he is likely to consume. I hat tact is among the more amazing ones in the S5econd Special Report to the U.S. Congress on Alcohol and Health," prepared by a 38member task force, and released in July 1974. According to the report, the proportion ot heavier drinkers "increases fairly steadily. trom 6 per cent ot those with grammar-school education to 13 per cent ot those with post-graduate degrees." I-oily per cent (21,700) ot all motor vehicle deaths nation-wide in 1971 were believed attributable to alcohol. Society also is burdened economically through lost production ot goods and services, health and medical costs, and motor vehicle accident costs. I hese three losses amount to 525 billion annually. in a time-when million dollar budget cuts send shock waves through an entire university system. losing S25 billion is overwhelming, even it on a I he Myers Act, which went into etct Jan. 2. decriminalized the public drunk in Florida. Drunks are now sent to rehabilitation centers instead of drying out in jail cells. The old system just didn't work. treatment, instead of arrest, is the new method of dealing with drunks in this tate,. proving it is possible to make positive strides to solve the age-old problem of alcoholism. Now two lislators have proposed a pair of bills designed to recoup some of the wasted money. Rep. Richard Langeley. K-Nlinneola, has proposed a bill with a dual purpose. First, it would impose an additional 5 per cent surcharge on all license tees from vendors, manufacturers, and distributors at wine and liquor: and impose an additional surcharge ot 5 per cent on all excise taxes already imposed on wine and liquor. Second. and more important, the bill would establish the Florida State Alcoholic Rehabilitation [rust Fund. The surcharge money irom both ot the taxes would go directly to the fund. A second bill, sponsored in the Florida House by Rep. William Rish. V-Port St. Joe, would deposit Il2 per cent of the excise tax collected from sale of alcoholic beverages which contain between 34 and 48 pr cent alcohol by weight into the newlycreated trust fund. It would also increase the excise tax on such drinks (except wines) from $3.75 to $4.25 per gallon. [ urned down last year. Rishi said he expects passage of both bills during this year's legislative session. The most Important consequence tbr the state will be the 535 million generated to tight alcoholism in lorida. The Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services (HI(S) would administer the trust hind. Thue 535 million would enhance the present capabilitlas of lifS to provide needed aid to those afflicted with drunkenness. The only obstacle in the way of paage as the liquor and beer lobby. 'This is ancthcr example of the importance of overriding an influential lobby. "Ibis I, one of my crazy Mdm.s" Rubh said. adding he hadn't patterned the new lcglslatlce after any other state's laws. Hut we doa't think the idea SOUndS so crazy at all. In fact. it sounds a whole lot more educated than wasting 525 billion per year. and 21.700 lives. r. ~ C ~ "N rflr 'WI&TWE lIED IS NEW LEDWWP!' 'NEW lEEHIP --I1 W HAMT WE NEED' Remember the days before abortion was legal? Women with money and connections could still find a doctor to pertirm a safe abortion. Tet rest Qi us had to settle for kitchen-table abortions at SWe may be going back to the old days soon. if three U.S. senators, including James Buckley. R-N.Y. hay. their way. These senators have announced that they will propose an amendment on the senate floor which would prohibit the use of any tbderalgovernment funds to pay for or encourage abortion. Many poor women must depend on public facilities or federal government programs to pay for their health care. Needless to say, these facilities and programs receive federal government funds. SINCE THIS BILL would prohibit the use of federal government flin for abortion, poor womies are left once again with the short end of the stick. The amendment hes nany far-reaching implications. Pulc an nivest hospiais, pbiheh clinics, ad This amendment could be used to prevent these agencies from performing therapeutic abortions unless they are necessnry to saeThe amedmen hto S. 66. on omnibus health bill, reads as follows: "NOtFUNlS authorized under this or aayother act meybe used in any maimer, directly or indirectly, to pay for or to encourage the peranance of abortion, except In the case where such an abortio, is necessary to preserve the lift of the mother." Because of the generalization. "to pay for or to encourage the peribrmance of abortion." this amendment can be in. terpreted to cover many aspects of the abortion processcounseling. referral or actual abortion services. Because if it is an amendment to an omnibus health bill. ii would prohibit federal goversnmait funds from being used for these purpose in many government pigrams. The Independent Florda Alligator Gi Gt~~ p n LA 'bsy' EnS be'M'lm. -~c-""a--oL Ghde Me.n Some of these programs include medicaid, neighborhood health centers, community health centers, migrant health. and rape prevention and control cutters. THE AMENDMENT states that so hinds shall be used "directly or indirectly to pay for ..abortion." Because of the "directly or indirectly." and the above-noted "encourage," the amendment could be interpreted even more broadly II might be construed to prevent nurses from receiving training on abortion counseling or services; it might prevent family planning clinics front performing pregnancy testing, counseling or referrals. Public hospitals could be prohibited front having abortion clinics. Welfare women could be blocked from using their checks to pay for abortion referral and services. This proposed amandmuit is not the only disquieting development in the abortion situation. According to the Philadeiptia Inquirer. Sen. Hugh Scott, ft-Pt., Is considering drafting en anti-abortion Constitutional amendment of his own. MAJORITY REPO0T, a nationlly-crculated ftminist newspaper. devoted most of Its March issue to the growing power of anti-abortion forces. Many of the articles described the active anti-abortion efibrts of the "Right to Utf" groups in many states. Right now, the abortion picture ii looking bad. It's CInOIJgh to make a supporter of abortion drop a line to florida's U.S. Sens. Lawton Chiles and Richard St. to let them know her or his feelings on the subject. This is the right time to make one's kieings known; actiOn on the amendments is predicted to bqgIu in lats A pril. b. Cernngwm MhS-nc" Gewry. Kodeiec Jr. Mn ixln News flr Aanew. M.w Adnds g o,k~n., Mwe Idfl fedudean Mn. C~mh~n Oed *M~s. S S baydeS US a-q-sig' .dveesktn -.l-. NMs M by PC .1244 ei.s fle le. ash. Rni* rw1 Whit IMSSSyenu. Sus hng 0 Mfrnh Abortion money may be cut

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Th. lndpfldat NM.d Mug.e. lhwdey, Apdl 10, 1975, P.g. II Grassroots platform explained EfDI1R'S NOTE. This is the third in a serie' ,i tour haltpes given by The Alligator to the student gbvernmI~ent pariC% br their use. Each of the parties is allowed to 'Arite out their platforms aftd plans for SG. Tuesday s Alligator cn p larned Action's plank. Wednesday's had the Florida Student Parv. and today. the Grassroots Reform Movement will gi'c their viewS. GrassrOOts Relorm Party candidates hor the top live ,stion student government will nOt accept any Af the t2X) nornially paid to those office holders. [hey have signed ~wtrfl affidavits (oi file in Alachus County Circuit Court) pledging to return student activity lees to projects that aill directly benefit the UF student body. We believe that In this time of cutbacks, tuition raises and economic hardships. students cannot afford to pay student pliticans for on-tme-job trainig. Although we are not attempting to abolish salaries for the future we believe the concept of an all-vclunteer student government can work and desirable. Plersal gain should not be the prime incentive tar ANY goverinuant position. especially at this mierocosmic level. The argtiment against this proposal is weak, the thesis being that only the well-to-do would be able to serve in Student Govertiait. Considering the enormous amount of money that Ices into thene elections, that usually happens Anyway. The plain truth Is that the UP SG ha. traditionally beer, the shortest and sure rnw to Tallahassee: UF's invisible College of Politics. Service to the student body has been, at best, a secondary consldmratlon and the quality of such service has grown pocret. The third floor ot the 1. Wayne Reitz has the aura of a bureaucflcy deiged wily to perpetuate itself. This past yeas. Steve Merryday. who publicly supported the last tuition hIke(Otlando Sentinel, March11 pape I, section B) was paid 52,30 by UP students. Greg Sherman received the same aOuiit fbr his part-time work as treasurer. Urmn Eaton received 5761.19 for half of a term as president of the U F Student Senate. scrassroota will not be part of the florida Blue Key seniority system, which has controlled SG on this campus for most of this century. and placed its members in high level government positions after on-the-job training at UF The ie ph. who ire paid jut of Your 41tudent activity lees t odas plan n being paid out ot your taxes tomorroA *Grassr(ot s not running against its own record (as are Action and Florida Student Party, who have simply changed the old name' "Friends" and "Impact.") *Grassroots does not believe the practice of handing OUT lohs based on patronage rather than qualifications should continue [he present budget provides $I25.0 in worker'\ salaries ior concerts. intranmurals, etc. We want to set these periodic positions advertised, and awarded on the basis of merit, not because of the "bloc' votes given to the winig party in SG ejections. *Grassroots does not believe that the present so-called "control' of the S2.5 million activity and service lee motney 'hould b preserved simply to give the SG treasurer a feeling ot power. Unlike the other two parti. we will support State Rep. Lee Moffitf's bi if an amendment, proposed to himi by treasurer candidate Tony Lombardy. is added allo'.ig 'tudents (not SG officials) to allocate 20 per cent of the activity fees to either activites or the General Edlucation Fund. which by law can only be used for educational programs. This could provide up to $SW.X) for EDUCATION. individual students would directly allocate their money to the programs of their choice, and SG would not lose its present level of Itinding. .Grassroots treasurer candidate Tony Lombardy will request an outside audit of SG finances and has signed a legally binding agreement to that effect. eGrassroots will attempt to implement many of the reforms which we proposed in the past and which have been grabbed as political fodder. (YTe Office of Consumer Affairs I. an example, along with virtually every project it has issued a press release on this year. We just hope the Consumer Guide. cost: 5,00O) will not be outdated since they have been held for release in the last days of the campaign. C~rassroots will support ccndtitutlonai reform, since we invented the issue last wear and acquired 5,A0 signatures at the end of last spring quarter to do away with the present. blatantly political document. *Crassroots will abide by the state Government-in-the Sunshine and Public Records laws, to which SG is subject. .Crassroots will strive. within the limits of its budgetary priorities, to provide better and MORE BALANCED entertamnment c~ra,' roots w i enco iirage the part'icipat ROn0 oflmOre mmnoritv students im SG activities or, something more than the 'resent token basis. Grassroots also proposes the following. elm order to insure a more equitable distribution of funds, require a demographic analysis of' the various groups in the student population. Presently. SG tends to support favorite projects of SG insiders." sEnd the distribution of complimentary tickets to SG officias. *Enact a statute prohibiting paying student senators for other work done in SG. *Require that a record be kept of how each senator voted. especially on financial bills. This has never been done in the past. Provide tor the removal of any SG official by 50 per ent of his-her constituency in petition. *Maintain regular office hours and publish telephone numbers of all five top officers, all senators. and all honor court justices. For further information about the Grassroots Reform Movement, interested individuals may call 376-1984 Dump Student Operation 1984) or 378-9728. We hope you will truly consider this opportunity to make this the first real election ever on this campus. There is only one outside party running in this election, and we are unified. The others are running against their own record, and competing foray bloc vote. Both of them want you to stay away front, the polls so they can keep the money, power, and tickets to Tallahassee. Roes Thompson. lene Young. Tony Lombardy. Mike Worral. Gury Shachat. and the Grassroots candidates are offering you something which won't be swept out with the paper and promises when Wednesday's gOne. Action and Florida Student Party will tell you that an allvolunteer SG won't work. They'll tell you that more of what they've been giving you is worth every penny in salaries. unlimited long-distance phone tails, travel accounts, etc. We recall Goldsmith's admonition: "Ililfares the land to hastening ills a prey where wealth accumulates and men decay'" ADVICE & DISSENT .6* w L Is 0 kr-~I'I'!Wtk~ -w---w.-g----. War game in Vietnam EDITOR: Doug Hatch's column. "Starvation Threatens Vietnam," hit me with as mud, credibility as a George Jessel bond drive. Mr. H atch requests American aid to South V ie t nam 's st a rv i ng population. E ClAIMS starvation in Vietnam is due to the latest communist offhnslve, which could be remedied by massive American financial support. Unfortunately, thee I. no validity to his argument. Firstly. since Congress aided ",''t for h"m|".*l, "'"'""s would be funneled off into General Thinu's military machine. Secondly, It I. not the Commwnst oltbusive Mhlch I. responsIble for mass starvation In South Vietnam. Rather, it is purely a ccii. sequence of an American imposed "defensive." TUE D FE SI VE pound money and man into South VIetnam hor moe than a decade attempting to save some unexplainable element in its political .ttrctnr. But. If the Umited Stune Is sincere iin wanting to sate lives In Vietnam. Its only alternative i immediate and complete financial tithdra.al. Only then will the destitute eat. Oddly, it will be kllo. c'ountrynien from the North and not dollars from America that save the starving multitudes of the South. IRONICALLY, AETER attempting to establish a high degree of emotional support (br the South -using terms such a. "military tragedy" (implying defeat) and "offrnslve" (implying North) Hatch states "no blame can be placed on the North Vietnamese or the Viet Cong." Now, if Hatch requests lunds for the South yet does not condemn the North. then what exactly Is his stand regarding Vietnam? My interpretation is that he enjoys a good war game that is funded by the United States and is supplied in manpower by South Vietnam. Raymond Welt. SiM SI-il. fraalmwn Miser Gay MS M.c.@ Edior tic e. wo Mdn. 0gwsn F 1fl"' M Tam U vS. ow K Florida Alligator I I 1 LETTERS POLICY Ma mug: .4. typed, aigned. do.bM.-.paced cod no. sad a0 a~ds b. signed with a p.odonym. Sdnv a.d. and Idaepiwn. nnmb.s .wdate Pt. will be wihhed only It wrner Stew. -u caga. Wien may .jb. lngS. oyt. covmns or a w. to 6 con.Sdared Isr we -s -u colas Mny wri Wv iqn mald insomaflng*egular oww .adud sc c ed tedt. ond Se p.pod to Stow boqspI. .4 hI. welk. .. I

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P-g.1 *.fh .i. M&nte.$ AM1ImeL 1hrak y. Ap.M *a 197 Anti-rope whistiles to be given out By JANET PARK sad there w.ere seven rapes and one attempted rape last year Aitipter Staff Wdrr on campus. THE PROGRAM is designed to: Within two weeks, .omcn on campus can get a free esymbolize a unted stand against attacks on women. hustlele frnm Student Government's "Whistle-Stop Rape" summonn help to a ,.oman being attacked, campaign. Varies cautioned against depending on the whistles for flit Student Senate Tinsday night allocated 5650 ror the complete security. cost of the whistles and promotional posters. "They're just another form of self-protection." Vat-nes said. SG DIRECTOR for Women's Affairs Cindy Sheifrnbcrger Shellenberger said the manufacturer of the whistles said said the whistles should be ,Aorn around the neck and the they can be shipped in three days and she is allowing a week Campus Shop and Bookstore has donated string for this to print l00 posters. purpose. She said she plans to set up three tables at different campus Wearing the whistles signifies awareness of the dangers of locations for 'omen students to show their ID's and pick up possible attacks on wonset. Shellenberger said, their whistles during the planned two-day period. University Police Department Investigator Martha Var-nes I welve hundred whistles nere ordered. FIRST TIME PUBLIC SALE OeIMAL -9oCT SE CG4$TMT N S NUNC 104$ -CLfAM AND CLaAM WINY KEYs CG CNAN MAlm 4? 5t -p 4 DYS GNAY AfllL 9 THiU WEp -THIES El 121o 9 SAT: I OM4A LEPICI 12 ot FRAGI.U INN 1250 *. UnIv. MAv 5g1W22 23f A CeebAaton Sponacred by Reflz Union Thuss, AprIl 10 Fri. April Ii 12 April7-12 00K and the UNIVERSITY BAND JWoyn. JAZZ DEBAE TEAM EXHIBmTON Noo"n RENAISSANCE ENSEMBLE 8:15 p.m. TALENT SHW 9:30 p.m. ART EXxlBlllaN 8 SALE Sat., April EXPRESS Dvmy mpnbhds -. w har. mmm I @ .m n. o C INDIAN DANCE PESOSMAUCE Spend by St J. Ww.eie Unlon. Adi lSde. bweaestm ftklk Funds,.n mnd St. Ars and Idees Stdes Cowedi An Indian dance perfomncnce fectudng thre tradItional cufturot dance. will be preminwod In the J. Wayne Rol, Unio Bolroom at 6:15 p.m. on Aprdl 16. Anlali, the performer will be giving her fkrt pe. fonnance in the Soulbeostem United Itats. MEA HUESjg In coordirifon with the dance performance, the I Wayne 1.ltz Union will sponsor a dinner of Indian cuImlne. The dinner will precede the pesformnce and will give peep1, on opportunity to become acquainted with food and music of India. Admissiori i free, however those offending the Indlon dinner will get rmsrved meeting. Reserved meats for oh. dance pesformance will bel 4:30 p.m., Mon. trough Fri. No tickets will be avaiabl t the d-or Phn 9-lO"S -o es vofions. A.e. fCa. a2~n. Wpd nM~ cim AprM 47 Jun. s2 2,S1% d GA,IV l;Yc.G2 -l in-tn Mi. dInJw. 'S'.-. sPU. IMPORTANT Would aNl persons who have placed deposits on our MIamI-MadrId chartmfflghtpleasecontoctth~eProgram Office Immediately? 392-1655or Em.330, JWEU Ask for WendS or Paul ~1 -. .-.I NON CREDIT COURSES piei.fy hir ha.e .nmelh.wnfrm Med Sh fre.4hAp. 4. Oily a,. ,. -end .eaa. nedff.nh, I Nl he .ewmy Ohwr ad. psri. came ta regli. with .ppda ldannftcfla. bmatlwns.,t O In&rdual din.a I. hna anid, OurS., a,.e f"sam., fISh.nvd hmhe as. F nen y m arey regles. hor be.e rqhfrInonn her all wo.4hSwe. nd ha.,n. is limited, we m"a c"ad" ye"' decie. ic .nelfn al by 4:OO pa, Ah. onl h mo. ed. O.ci tma mmi -.-s .s Thn.Ap" h7My 7 aS a. mdSmucn .As ..K .n -is Apr11 iM.v 2g -aS'-d.w -ins(o~ Isa 4.11 II My 27 s*r~ INfl*JC1W SI., NIM& -u ~ (Q~~) fli.st 4.1' t7 My 2 'eta. man -~h SItU ~.-tS.n -r -4.dt l4M~ M '34-a.-I Sd~ SIU biding. situ bhebjd.n* -flic -44614Mev 2t 7 Wv en 81w biding. a thin. 441 t~-MS~ fl ~ ~ a. lam *IIkMS Sloe 5.a.g. SI IN N. *0a *. flea tnt 446 l$Miya7 7 S~3~m -a-. Sl*SSbd.,. Situ Ibibidait mm -'-"Ag-rn 7~S*3a. mace, -L.:~ -Ut"ISI ThaApdtlM.,,, an, SWS ~ .aZ~Eigqs '-Ima wa * * * * I I * 10:00 G.m. -6:00 p.m. 4 mode available to those attending the dlnne., 20~* Tldwes arm $400 for U of F atdns, $5.50 for non* *********************** Beinning ArIl 7, tIckets will he on sale at the LiUG A RDL A N Df nieiyo Of'f"i"e-(Cndo-'-Tatr-''-om-12:''I

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T.In.d.~.d. Meff. n. A. .t. P I UF group focuses on pot By FRANK RINELLA Algator Staff Writer A 1mpuchapter ol the National Organization hor Reform ot Mariiuana Laws (NORML). is being set up by a student rid i professor at IiF Shane Mattaway, 2UC. w iti advice from Dr. Irving I (JotiTman, economic department chairman and a national hoard member ot NORML, is developing plans for the new chapter "I FINALLY SAW one too many stories in the newspaper iboni a nerson heing hinted br possession otmariiuana.and I IRVING J. GOM we would like to ge morljuano decrimlnalized Peace Corps seeking overseaOs volUnteers Peace Corps recruiters will be in front of Ubrary West April 21-23. Seniors are needed fir overseas assignments beginning this summer and fall. Recruiters are primarily looking for students with degrees in agriculture. engineering, architecture, math and education. aws decided to get involved." said Martaway NOR ML iha national privately funded organization whose major luncrion is to lobby tor decrimaliation of marijuana. "NORML discourages the use of drugs bor recreational purposes. Rut w.e would like to see marijuana dccriniinalized." Gofmnan said. GOFFMAN has been affiliated with NORMI for the last three of the organization's five years. and he has been on the national board for two years. Goffman stresses, however, that NORML concerned with only marijuana decriminalization. "I have never heard any discussion by the hoard about lobbying tir any other drugs besides mlarIjuana." he said. NURML. lobbies for change In state marijuana laws and challenges the conmtitutionality of the laws in courn. Goffmna said. Mattaway said he believes even if marijuana is decriminaltzed, there should be laws governing its USC. "THERE WILL have to be laws that will forbid minors from using it. I know I wouldn't want my little grade school brother usmngthe st uff unless he knew how to use it properly." Mattaway said. The .inm of the UPF chapter is to develop the issues so that other special interest groups can lobby effectively. Goffman The UP chapter also will lobby itn Tallahassee. Several state legislators w.ill introduce bills concerning marijuana in this year's session. Goffmnan said. Thet chapter wilt hold its first meeting April 24 in McCarty Auditorium from 7:30 p.m. to 0 pa. Two UF nursing grads contribute to textbook One member and two alumni of the UF College of Nursing are contributing editors of a new 943-page illustrated nursing textbook. The textbook tbcuses on the nursing are of children and represents the combined efforts of 19 UF faculty. ftrer faculty *nd alumni. The textbook, "Comprehensive Pediatric Narsing," published this month by McGraw-Hill, may be of use to students, prnctitlonern and educators. Included in the book are readings concerning child and family development: nornal and anormal embtyoogy.-anatomy and physiology; and guidelines for applying the nursing process to the care of children. The three tirmer and present members of the UF College of Nursing who are contributing editors are Dr. Jeanne Howe. associate professor of nursing; and the two alumni. Martha Underwood Barnard. who is currently an assistant professor and nurse clinician at the University of Kansas Medical Center; and Patricia I. Phillips. presently an assistant professor and practitioner-teacher at Rush University College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences in Chicago. UfCHEStil.

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A Theatre offering hilarious comedy CURTIS m4NEBL (L), MAUREEN LINEWEAVER AN D MARTIN TEitL (R) Bogey (IL) gives Allan (R) a few hints on how to handle a dome. Dion to pluck his folk-blues "Anybody here seen my old friend A braham. Can you tell me where he's gone' Dion. of "Abraham, Martin. and John' lame, will he performing at the Beef and Bottle this Friday and Saturday, April I I and 12. Some of those who think back in to their musical memory will remember Die. and the Belmonts, a group who in 11 had the hit "Runaround Sue". Duon DiMucci was also responsible for "Ruby Baby" a song which most of us would recognise if we heard iteven if the title might leave us blank. Dion's music is a combination or rhythm and blues and folk songs which comment on the problems of the times. Dioni was born in the Bronx, New York in 939. H-e took to the blues in its various forms by listening to old '78's ol city and country blues artists. He should do some skat-nonsense syllables to music in the Louis Armstrong tradition. There are two shows at 8;30 and II W0 p.m. [he cost i' RICHARD DURflHOLDER REVIEW The disconcerting thing about "The Front Page. theht lii comedy spooling 1920's news reporting. ts the tact tha t comes unglued in time and space. I Simply. anachronisms dot this movie like spotted lever. COIISIdC.Ing that the flick is set in 1929, one blanches a bit at. for example, lack laumai Edward G3. Robinson impression out of 1930', "Little Caesar!'h' Thai isn't all. Walter Mattheu's rftrnces to trenchCoated "flashing"-mal. usual exhjbjtionismismaCk tOO heavily of otr times to quaifyv asge genuine '20's milieu joke. Or take the busies. with the pflssy middle-aged reporter (Played by DaMi Wayn)l and his suspected homosexual teildencies. Once again, such materiel Is hardly the stuff at Prdiibitioti era humor-ht more appropriately belongs to the bedroon Comedy of the i9lo's. Yet with all theme jerring inconsistencieS. I still managed t "P)oY this Alas, DIectoW Dilly Wilder and co-sceflrIst lA. Dianiond all t@@ obvlmusly autmptod to 'update' the Beo Heclht-Chaiieu MacAnihwr play of five decades ago and. as 'litItned abow., came a cropper more than onctHowever. Wilder and Diamoeld *ijuly elected to retain the mucous. Wiuecracklng pace of the original Hecht-M*CArthur "lg.ut'. Thus, W1d1r and Diamond's scr'eplfy 's geeal fast, glib.asd ISdUC with ael one-liners. At times all this makes ht wise. thMs .S'lhOISLUs show up the hilarity pailiS pbo Poe uomethlng like this: Ace reporter Hildy Woody Allen's laugh-a-minute comedy, 'Play It Again, Sam', is the feature being presented by the Gamnesville Little Theater. The title is a line from the classic Humphrey Bogart flick. "Casablanca." The plot focuses on a timid, neurotic writer, Allan Felix, who us rejected even in his own fantasies -until Bogey shows him the light. His wife even abandons him because she doesn't dig hun physically."' Hooev is Allans aMtero and hns appears this weekend at Beef and Botle U n iversity JaOzz Band 1 2:30 p.m. U nion Colonnade Johnson (Jack Lemmon) us about to quit the news business and get married to a theatre-pit organist (Susan Sarandon) whose father owns an advertising agency in Philadelphia. Johnson has been promised a well'paying berth in pop's "cner *olyhe and the girl move out of Chicago and back When Walter Burns (Walter Matthau), editor on the Chicag Examiner, hears of Johnson's impending plans he becomes frantic. Johnson is too good a newsman to be wasted un such lumnmeries as marriage and advertising so. Burns decides, Hildy had best be deflected from going through with hBurns has just begun to erect an elaborate network of delaying tactics when suddenly "the biggest story since the Chicao tire' errupts onto Hildy's head as he is bidding adieu tohi olleagues in the municipal building press room. One thing leads to another and soon johaso. finds himself in the midst of schenies to defraud the city, hide fugitive telon, and outwit a blustering Chicago sheriff. Mean',hile, his beloved sits impatiently iii a taxi with a cbbie wise to the lunatic ways of newihowid journalists. cLenmm'on is impressive as the harried Johnson who Is caught up in that one "really big" last story. As -n inquistive sharpie in an ice-cream suit, he is not above pressuring a cleanlna; lady for inibrmvation, insulting a novice newptpur staffer or bambooiiiflg his police beat cronies from other -ew sheets. While he has love in his heart for his enamorata he noetheless glows then Burns says that this running stery will cause streets to be named after them both. cWalter Matthau is just perfect as the thick-skinned Burns 'ho, like Johnson. till stoop many strategic to gain an end. Asey did in 'The Odd Couple" and "The Fortune Cookie". Matthau and LenmmOi play off cad, other to devastating i. deed. heir rappOrflis O ~obvi5 atur4l thatUUn migt easily, as I occasionally did, just sit back mud revel in the delights of these tno pros at work. around to give him advice on how to handle ,,omen. The pointers look gneat when Bogey does them. but somehow it never turns out quite the same for Allan. "flay it Again, Sam" is directed by Deirdre Fogler and will be playing April 10-12 and 261 9. Tickets are available at the Sears Layaway desk for $2.25, or may be purchased at the door on performance nights. The box offic. opens at 7:30 p.m. and ctlin time is R:30 nm Again Macbeth cauldron burns "Double, double, tofl and trouble. Fire burn, and cauldron bubble." A modern interpretation of the classic Shakespearean play "Macbeth" is being produced by the Hippodrome Theater. Marilyn Wall, the director, said "Macbeth" is approached in this production as a non-academic, modernized view of the original play. It is originality fused with classical background. The set which has been under construction for two and onehalf weeks is an array of rotating and rolling platforms which maximize audience participation. This production runs from April 11-13, 16-20, and 23-27. On opening night. tickets for "Macbeth" will cost 56.00 with the money going to the theater as a non-profit corporation. There will be all the wine and cheese you cam consume and a party afterwards. For the rest of the play's run, tickets are S2.SO on Friday and Saturday nights and $2.00 on the other nights. The theater is located at 3401 SE Hawthorne Road. Jazz mas ter performs here Ramsey Lewis, jazz April tO. Like Dion, his contemporary of the time, Lewis' past achievements in the 'SO's and '60's trace the musical trends of the Lewis first formed the Ramsey Lewis Trio in 1956 when was 21 years of age. His tirst million-sellIng single occurred in the mid,6's "The I,, Crowd," which with the album of the same name, reached No, I In the country. He Is also the winner of tinee Grainmy Awards. Probably any big jan name that can be mnaSuoed has worked with lila or been influenced by this instItutIon i the Jan an form, SLewis' latest album "The Sun Goddess" captures the use. jazz progression happensng today. Drummer Maurice White contributes to the ee nt Whit was and fli. Then wil be two shows at the Great Southrn Music Hail toisite at 7:30 RAWy g and 10:30 p.m. Tickets axe $5 for reserved sent as. gbedy g41 p.75 Ng2 N ER )J Florida Alligator Lemmon-Matthau twosome collaborate in another movie I I J 4 'S.

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The voices of the Florida Gators By NICK PUGLIESE Alligator Sports Wrr While most people easily recognize the "voice of the GJators. Otis Boggt. not too many knew his broadcasting sidektck when the [UF basketball radio games were aired ths pa't season. That other voice you heard belongs to Mike Merrill. and besides his broadcasting duties, he also works thir the UIF Sport; Publicity Dept. M E R R ILL, A NEWCOMER to UF, didn't even know he was to work the basketball broadcasts until he was informed it was a pant of photo by andy newman MIKE MERRILL left WFL to corn, to UFP his job. "I'm not as intelligent as I'd like to be w.hen it comes to basketball. I don't claim to be an Oscar Robertson or a Jack Twyman." the 24 year old Andalusia. Alabama native said While he did prepare facts and figures a week before each gatte, most of his "color" commnejits were "a spur of the moment thing." ACCORDING TO him, the high point of the basketball squad's season came in the upset of Kentucky. And the low point happened in the air over Mississippi during the Gators' return flight from a tough loss to Ole Miss. "it was positively the wonst flight i've ever been on. If I had a parachute. I would have hailed out over Oxford. "I', not trying to be detrimental to our pilots; there was a tornado watch all weekend, 1'11 tell you. I was flat scared", he explained. But lie's not scared to say he has nothing but praise fbr his basketball season partner,. Otis Boggs. (See 'Merili, page 24) By JEFi'ADANS AllIgator Spools Wvitw 'Hello sports tans! This is Otis Boggs." b'at's phrase miost Gator -,ports tans are familiar uit And for those i ho may noi be so Iamiliar. he's the ''Voice of the Gators' and i' beard throughout the state ot Florida announcing UF football and basketball on W RUf and the Gstor Sports Network. BOGG'S ASSOCIATION with WRUF dates hack "many moons". And along the way there have been many rewards including three "Florida Sport Broadcaster of the Year"' awards lbr the likeable native South Carolinian. It all began while he was attending UF back in the early 40's when an uncle of his from Maine. who was in the radio business, suggested to young Otis that radio might be a good field to get into, The adeamade scnwe to hint and shortly thereafter he took an audition at WRUF. Well. as things worked out he photo by andy nwwma, .has won thr. broodeosfing awards passed it and the next thing lie knew he was on the air doing a high school basketball game and on the way to a successful Caret? iii broadcasting. But there was one other key actor worthy of mention that influences Boag's entrance into broadeasting---his love of sports, AS OTIS puts it. "I was always very active in highschool sports and I wanted to continue in sports but I wasn't big enough. I only weighed 140 pounds in those days, so I figured nadio (See RBoggs' page 24) S I A j I aLien1 i ;atur I AL LEN Man Doe By Breadc -s At .iittiiii we've got intc combos. And on Sati and offer you for only a dol Schitz for $1. Anyway yo -IIrtuI Canl Pu no one else kn too much bre EAT-II FREE Mon;^3at. 1 Sud" 01 U 4 1211 S.W. 16th Ave Cin City Plaza KNOWS ~s Not Live lAlone qatur Iwzw5 we put everything oour great subs, sandwiches and Jrdays we throw out all the stops pitchers of Schlitz (light & dark) lar (from 11-7), and six-packs of 69 (all day). u like it, anytime you want It, it two pieces of bread together like ows how.without relieving you of ad!! Nr TAKE-OUT DELIVERY *ivi us )-2AM A CALL .AZ377-651O The Independent Florida Alligator p.9.n flhu.pe. 4p.1110, 197 ii 2

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bi~illdpen'de ner. id jlli. Thr.dI.y. ApuIIb ifi,.nm 2 For years we've been telling you that in Milwaukee, beer capital of the world, Pabst Blue Ribbon is the overwhelming favorite. CANS 1975 1974 19 PABST 53% 48% 41 BRAND 2 BRAND 3 BRAND 4 12% 5% 5% 1975 1g74 1973 PABST 46% 46% 43% BRAND 2 1O% 9% 11% BRANDS3 8' 7% 8' BRAND 4 6%9% 1O% SouNcd fli. u&.naI coo. ur More beer Is brewed gfl MilwAukee than any other cit In the world. So to be the #1 selling beer in Milwaukee means you've g ot to be brewing the bint beer money can buy. -kat And Pabst must be doing just that. Loo a 7 Ohw charm. Blue Ribbon accounts for more than half the beer sold in Milwaukee. It OuteSIB the next brand nearly five to one. That's why we feel We've earned the right to challenge any beer. So here's the Pabst chualnge: Taste and compare the flavor of Slue Afbbon -with the beer you're drinking and leamn L what Pabst quality In beet Is all about. But don't take our word for It. Taste our PABwT since 1844.The quality has always come h Ar tley NAAU in s # 4' |Will Artley. the last remaining big gun on the UF swim team. will shoot for a couple of pest 'glous victorias at the National Amatuer Atheltic Union (NAAU) meet beginning today in Cincinatti. Ohio. 1Te UP swim team, which was reduced to a skeleton squad midway through the season because of a rast of quittings. will only be represented by Artley. ARUKY, WHO left for the NAAU meet Tuesday. will be entered in both the l00yard backstroke and 200 yard backstroke. Artley has already prove. himself this yenr by placing third in the NCAA In the 200-yard back. "He swam his two best times ever in the NCAA'.," swins coach Bill Had.n said. tharlasaid he expects Ardhy to do very well in the NAAU copet ~o. six Is die lOG back and the top three or faur I. the 20 yard back," he sakd. Aruley traveled to Ohio with sultant cach Jimmy Daun and Harlan said he would join than there today. Barfield to follow Jordan 'w i ed of one of Dixie (oatbhS's great wras was frrfldowed Tuesday vital Ralph "Shag" Jordan, the tough Auburn Rid msats vSt cmnly mariner. a.n.edlithe 397s mle seswifi be hhs InSt Jordaho tok the War Eagles to the nab.h of college football-wlnnlag a .tloaI ebamplashl, i. ItSy .11 turn -v the native who coached at sot.,. N betsr came a suddenly asa quick kic. Wed t the hepeding champe leaked from an IAuburn Uulverulty Board of Tmrn measmeag as acoday. and Bardsn. sahappy a not namie the -ew medl, sor eel.naa. Aehers's paeSiast. Dr. Harry ftpett. pleased lardsR&A med an aS Bid and ,.ii. buhg s har -aa then -u a bthSl "' --au s a a t e mu .sp

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Pag. 2A Th. Indep.nd.I M.M. AJligstor Thvrwdey. AprIl 10, 1973 a tine robat (JF I thought I was interrupting hum too much at the beginning, then we got to the point where we knew when one ol us was going to say something, he said. Merrill got into the sportI publicity business in his freshman year at Alabama and continued to work In that id after he transferred to Auburn. where he worked under Buddy Davidson tort three years He spent last 'ear as Director of Publicity lot the Birmmnghani Americans cit the World Football League before coming to UP in December '74. "WHILE WORKING with Birmingham of the WFL. I "as approached to come to Florid., It was a lucrative position, and willh the instability of the WPL.it made me choose U1F", Merrill said. As for his future, Mcrrl would like to someday get into professional sports management as either a general manager or ptesldent. but he wants everyone to know what he thinks of UP. "This as a great organization" '.ould be a good 'ay to stay Close to it."' I he easy going Boggi '.eighs a might bit more than that figure of 140 pounds Merrill -f/rem page 22/ through Otis's has made lasting travels he friend ships with the likes of Red Barber, the famous ex-New York Yankee baseball announcer during (heir glory yars and Lindsey Nelson. another prominent sports broadcaster, who was a roomate of UPF Athletic Director Ray Graves at Tennessee ONE WITH as successful a I career as Otis inevitably receives offers torg elsewhere to work for another station and Otis is no exceptionbut he has chose, to turn them down, "I would have no desire to live in say. New York. "he said. And with that note. Gator lans can he assured that the "Voice of the Gatons will be Sihus bor a good many yearn ho come. --at~dd bu h1s,~-ticr -. 1, his discoTntmuing 'port' .ppcar, to be that ii enabled him on pursue a radio career .mdi get to w here he is today. Ois has now been at WHIlE as 'Voice cit the Ganors"' for almost .30 'ears and according to Otis they've been good ones ih many miiemnors He singled out the Gator luothall team's tirsi bowl I .ipptarance ever In the 1952 Gator BoI whcn present head coach Doug Dickey w as quarterback and the Gators upset I ltia, a' welI as the *%2 Gjacor BOQ I upset ot Penn State, THlE ONE aspect ol his broadcasting career Boggi rcveals as perhaps the most gratitvang is the opportunity to make friends all over the country. F Been thinking about ogfinng int hst. Sot don't have w, extra $200? check out $Me Sabin. Flute Handcraflea here in GainflvhIe, ,aIe estntieaty the same *ingering as reouler concert taut. Come by and Ius show yot how rn get started On the flute instructiou. record and ,.mn.hit ancigfd. lii N.MAIN I734U'4 13806: ame4s "OTIS he's a Ir DOES adition Eddy BRO wADA WU NGS Acffneeew wtliv. .fldflnmntIfyp. ce nnneed. helnM IJNGSM Ieb A 10.9 l0p. _{ F -U