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By BRIAN JONES Hodes said the Board of Regents wouldn't be required to use proposed higher tuition plan.
Alligator Staff Writer funds tor salary increases. THE APPROPRIATIONS committee is scheduled to
"TIIAT'S ,A MATTER FOR the Board of Regents to discuss the budget next week.
An additional $15.4 million added to next year's university decide," Hodes said. The education subcommittee of the Senate Ways and
system budget was upheld late Thursday despite efforts to cut State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz has Means committee, which is studying Askew's education
the budget additions. already said his first commitment is to fund about 250 faculty budget to make its own recommendations, is not expected to
The education subcommittee of the House Appropriations positions which aren't funded in Askew's budget proposal.The make its report until next week.
u committee stood by its earlier action adding $44 million subcommittee's bigger budget must win the approvalof
including the $15.4 million for universities-to Gov. Reubin the entire appropriations committee before it can be sent to .1'\ ,
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Askew's proposed education budget. the house fur debate. ::1 r." .)1
The additional money, if left in the budget, could provide Hodes said he "can't predict" if the budget additions will
university faculty with cost of living salary increases next year. hold up in the main appropriations committee, but said the
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE Chairman Ed subcommittee will argue for its increased budget. Evelyn Wood's"speed
Fortune, D-Pace asked the education subcommittee to ALL THE OTHER APPROPRIATIONS subcommittees
reduce its budget additions by $13 million. reported budgets that were smaller than Askew's,Hodes
"The subcommittee is going to recommend no change," said,leaving education standing alone asking for an increase. reading"methods
subcommittee member Rep. Richard Hodes, D-Tampa, said Included in the subcommittee's $15.4 proposed addition to
after the special subcommittee meeting. Hodes, said the the universities budget are:
subcommittee is justified in rejecting Fortune's request for a About $5.3 million for salaries;
$13 I million cut in its proposed budget because that figure Is 'i $2.7 million for utilities cost; refuted
nearly the same as education's share of $22 million the Slightly over $1 million for graduate fellowships,'which
legislature,plans to provide for: cost, of living. increases next were not funded in Askew's budget.
. year. The source for the additional universities funds would be
Although the ,subcommittee will argue that its bigger $5.3 million from state revenue and.$10.1 million from increased by UF expert
budget is justified because, of,the cost of living Increases "incidental income," primarily provided from,theTHE

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DEBATE ON READING DYNAMICS Alligator By JUDY Staff MOORE Writer .

The average literate American reads at 252.6 words per
'U {((9; ,. rf minute.
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v "l\;:; ;" !\ Evelyn Wood Reading Dynamics boasts of students reading
C/); k l7!: . increasing reading.rate_ more than six times or to about 2,000

u- .f.-t.,,'..'r ..I',,, .'I cent words gain per minute in comprehension.-and this is done with an average five per

: m THIS IS IMPOSSIBLE,according to many reading experts
and Dr. Garr Cranney Jr., director of ,UF's Reading and
O Study Skill Center.
< Cranney said studies have shown that it is "physiologically
m impossible" to read more than 900 words per minute.
Z DO Cranney said the high,reading rate is impossible because of
Rk the amount of time it takes to focus on the word, go to the
,
>- next word and return to the beginning of the next line.
I'I "Anything beyond that is just skimming and scanning. It is
o just catching key words for the general idea of the material,"

Cranney said.
m CRANNEY SAID it had also been proven that as 'rate

o) O increases decreases., there reaches a point where comprehension

Z Evelyn Wood instructor,Ron Bertolami, a doctoral studentin
Eastern philosophies at UCLA, said the brain has the
Z
physical potential of understanding 80,000 to 100,000 words
tl minute.He .
'Y' per
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73SDIWVNAaONiaV3dNO3iVa3a3HI said that it is not necessary to focus on every word and
Evelyn Wood's method is based on the idea of a "soft focus"
m which expands the reading vision so that the.eye can see large
areas of print. _
"This helps the student to break the habit of "sub-
c=: O vocalizing" or hearing every word mentally. As the student
moves his finger down the page at increasingly faster rates, his
Z eyes must keep pace by taking in larger groups of words," ,j
Z Bertolami said. I
Cranney said research has shown that it is not possible to '
o 1c' read large'groups of words or whole paragraphs at a time. ;
O "The eye can focus only on one inch of print at a time
w clearly,which is generally two or three words. Teaching speed
o through eye span is not a well validated procedure and is not
the recommended way to improve reading speed," Cranney

< said.BERTOLAMI
AGREED that this was a major point of
CD Z contention with the "old school people". .
"We were taught to read in school by reading aloud. As we
w > grew older, our reading speed,was restricted by the speed at
which we could talk.The education system does an adequate \
O job in every area except reading-there it is obsolete. \
"Parents should insist that reading be kept separate from I
w spelling and enunciation and be taught with ,different s
n disciplines. Schools are turning out people with a limited 1
potential" Bertolami said.

I-. 4 (1) BERTOLAMI SAID the course is not designed for
remedial readers but for good readers with high volume of
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( )-.Victorious Khmer Rouge forces set up a But sketchy reports reaching Saigon said most members of .
Revolutionary Liberation Committee in the heart of thePhnom the former Phnom Penh regime fled by plane and helicopter, friday
Penh Thursday and demanded that generals and officials of some to Thailand and some to set up.an anti-Communist
the defeated Cambodian government report to it under resistance base outside Phnom Penh. /
white flags of surrender. Most appeared to have fled. capsule

The victorious rebel forces spurned government often,
The black clad rebel Khmer Rouge forces, some riding in Wednesday to negotiate a cease-fire so they could, entei "
captured American-made jeeps, took over the capital earlier Phnom Penh in triumph. The jubilant insurgents fired shots s isn't
Thursday proclaiming: "we enter Phnom Penh as into the air as they marched or rode in their captured jeeps FDLE snooping
conquerors." Their leader pledged the new regime would be through the streets amidst a sea of white flags.
neutralist and would not allow foreign bases on Cambodian '
illegal Askew states
territory. The cpture of Phnom Penh ended more than five years of ,
war that devastated Cambodia and took the lives of a quarter
Phnom Penh's defense commander, the brother of ex- million persons. Scattered pockets of government resistance TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (UPI-Department) of CriminalLaw
President Lon Nol, and senior monks from large pagodas remained in the provinces, however, and it was speculatedsome Enforcement files on public officials may be "too inferential
heeded the rebels' orders and went to the Information government and military leaders had fled there to try to and too peripheral" but they aren't an abuse of
Ministry to give up,official radio Phnom Pemm said.: organize some resistance. authority or invasion of privacy, Gov. Reubin Askew said


of Thursday.Askew,at a capitol news conference,said Law Enforcement
I Connally is acquitted bribery :
Director William Troelstrup may have given "overly broad
instructions" to agents, but said some type of information
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A Federal jury acquitted former defendant not guilty." gathering on public: officials is proper,
Treasury Secretary John Connally late Thursday of charges he Connally's wife Nellie nodded her head and Askew said he has never ordered Troelstrup to investigate
took a $10,000 bribe for helping to persuade President whispered"Oh, thank you." legislative leaders,including House Speaker Don Tucker, and
Richard Nixon to raise price supports for raw milk. Connally, a former Texas Governor and 'once touted as a that the probes he did order involved public officials facing
Connally who had been reading a bible while the jury a Presidential candidate, was one of only a )andful) charges of criminal conduct to determine if they should be
.
deliberated six hours and 45 minutes, sat motionless as the of persons to be freed of charges among the more than 50 suspended from office.
jury foreman stood and said in a calm voice: "We find the accused of Watergate-related crimes.
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TALLAHASSEE,FLA. (UPI-A) House $13 million as a means ot finding $22 millionto Rehabilitative Services
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of Commissioner of Education Ralph employes. 4 'adoptions to be handled by licenced child placement agencies.
Turlington refused to follow a.request "If you adopt this recommendation, you The committee voted 12-3 for a bill (HB 1232) banning
Thursday to cut $13 million from the will take money from local school districts to attorney fees ranging as high, as $10,000 to $15,000 for
proposed public school budget. put in the pockets of employes in placement of illegitimate children whose unmarried mothers

House Appropriations Committee Tallahassee," Turlington told the sub- ""...., -..a seek an informal arrangement with a couple wanting a baby
chairman Ed Fortune, D-Pace had asked the committee, "It is your responsibility to see and willing to pay.
subcommittee to reduce the school budget by that public education is funded fairly." RALPH rtJRUN TON The bill.would require adoption agencies to be""licensed by
,.wants more school money the Division of Family Services.

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By LESLIE GOLAY run-off will be held between Jim Eaton-Dan Goldberg" Kravit Independent "Family" Lobeck 646; McAdam-Huerta,
Alligator Staff Writer Lobeck Action 2,718 votes and' Alyce party 813 votes. 231Thompson-Young.; 135; and Snyder-
Candidates for three top Student Government McAdam-Bubba' Huerta Florida Student The run-off for Traffic Court chief justicerace Caminite 109.
positions. who will be in a run-off 1,237 votes. is between Sue Connelly Action 2.230 IN SECOND YEAR UC, Eaton-Lobeck
Wednesday, April 23, have announced that The two parties who did not make the votes and Bob Lindgren Florida Student. 656; McAdam-Huerta. 272; Thompson-
they will be running "twice as hard." presidential run-otTs were Ross Thompson- 1,668 votes. Young, 185; Snyder-Caminite 136.
Arun-otTwill be held between Action'party Ilene Young Grassroots 963 votes and Those who did not make the Traffic Court' In the college of Agriculture Eaton-
and Florida Student party for the Richard "Alfredo Fettucini" Snyder-Anthony chief justice run-offs were Gary Shachat Lobeck 62;Thompson-Young 46; McAdam-
p'residential-vice presidential ticket the Caminite. 887 votes. Grassroots 925 votes and Arthur "Luga Huerta. 45; and Snyder-Caminite 26.
treasurers office and the chief justice of the The run-off for the treasurer's office'' is Brazeri" Schwartz 844 votes. In the college of Architecture and Fine
Traffic Court.; between Caleb 'GrImes; Action, 2.191, votes According to these figures 5,805 of'26.300 Arts. Eaton-Lobeck. 88; Snyder-Caminite,
BYRON PETERSEN, 3LW, was the only and incumbent Treasurer Greg Sherman students enrolled at UF voted' in the 79; McAdam-Huerta.. 50; and Thompson-
candidate of the top five positions who won Florida Student 1,489 votes. presidential race. Young. 44.
the Honor Court chancellor seat with an TWO CANDIDATES who did not make The following figures show how each In the college of Arts and Sciences. Eaton-
overwhelming victory of 2,810 votes. the treasurer run-offs are Anthony Lombardy presidential candidate did in each college. In Lobeck. 315; McAdam-Huerta, 211 ;
In the presidential-vice presidential race a Grassroots 1,179 votes and Jamie "Hyman first year University College (UC), Eaton- Thompson-Young, 203; and Snyder-

Caminite 150.
Voter turnout decade lowest In the college of Business Administration,
I among
Eaton-Lobeck. 248; Snyder-Caminite. 84,'
McAdam-Huerta 83; and Thompson-Young,
Wednesday campus election drew 22 per below the ten-year average. mosphere which didn-t turn people off..:' 66.
cent of UF's student body to the polls, and TilE .TURNOUT this year although "The larger' turnout was caused by a IN THE COLLEGE OF Education Eaton-
candidates and election officials are claiming comparatively light was the highest since combination of things such as Richard Lobeck 113; McAdam-Huerta 53;
renewed "enthusiasm" in campus politics. 1972 when Sam Taylor was elected student Snyder's (Independent "Family" candidate) Thompson-Young, 39; and Snyder-Caminite,
However a survey of UF elections in the body president. Scott Simmons director 'of campaign 'good weather low-key cam- 17. '
last decade shows this year's turnout ranks elections said the turnout was "great." He paigning and personal contact by the candidates In the college of Engineering; Eaton-
only seventh since 1965 and falls 16 per cent attributed the increase to a low-key at- ." Simmons said. Lobeck 178; Snyder-Caminite 104;
FIGURES SHOW THAT 5,805 out of
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VOTER TURNOUT IN SG PRESIDENTIAL 26,300 Wednesday.students enrolled this quarter voted 56.In

Many candidates said they thought the the college of Forestry McAdam-
56' ELECTVON5!
Huerta. 13 Eaton-Lobeck 12
0 5 ; ; Thompson-
higher student interest was due to clean
Young 9; and Snyder-Caminite 6.
campaigning and a broader choice of can In the
college of ,Journalism Eaton-
didates to chose from than in past elections. Lobeck 161 ; Thompson-Young 64;

McAdam-Huerta 59; and Snyder-Caminite
3G 3g READER'S REDRESS
35 51.IN
THE COLLEGE of Medicine Eaton-
as.7.IB In Wednesday's Alligator it was reported Lobeck 61; Snyder-Caminite 45; Thompson-
Fasold the Honor Court seat
Betty won justice 30
Young. ; and McAdam-Huerta 27.
in the college of Physical Education. Barry In the college of Law, Eaton-Lobeck 136;
Fasold won the Honor Court justice seat.
McAdam-Huerta 100; Snyder-Caminite, 72;
It was also reported that Anjali would and Thompson-Young, 42.
present a free performance of Indian classical In the college of Physical Education.
dance Thursday night at 8:15.: Anjali will
Eaton-Lobeck 42; McAdam-Huerta' 37;
perform Friday at 8:15.: Thompson-Young, 11; and Snyder-Caminite
7 t l The Alligator regrets the errors. 8. '

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STUART EMMRICH because of an' enrollment cap limiting the
Alligator Staff Writer number of entering freshmen to 2900.
Whitehead said.WHITEHEAD.
SAID THE letters informing
Approximately 1,000 high school seniors to students they would not be admitted GAINESVILLE MALL
be denied UP admission next fall may have in the fall but may be able, to enter in the
the option to enter summer quarter instead summer will be sent out later next week. 2546 NW. 13th Street
hut only if the idea is not too popular. The deadline for responses would probablybe
UF Executive Vice President Harold two weeks after the letters are sent out he
Hanson said Thursday he had directed said.
I Richard Whitehead. UF director of ad Summer admittance for high school
missions to mail the senior questionnaires to students who scored in the 30th to 40th
measure their' response to the summer admission percentile on their Florida Senior PlacementTest
alternative. was suggested last week by Hanson as THEINFASHION
TilE DECISION TO offer the possible one way to comply with the state legislature's
alternative came after a Wednesday meeting mandate to boost summer enrollment. .
between Hanson and Robert Bryan interim THE STATE universities were told by the
vice president of academic affairs. legislature seven years ago to take measures to STORE
Bryan had earlier expressed reservationsabout increase enrollment during the summer
the summer admission proposal quarter to better utilize facilities.But .
because UF summer budgets have already with only three years left on the ten
been slashed by 17 per cent to deal with a cut. year probation period the Board of Regents
back in .state education funds this year. have recently discussed mandatory summer
Because of the limited summer budget admissions for students as a way to im
Whitehead explained a large number of plement the legislature's directive. '
favorable responses to summer admission Among the proposals being considered by
would probably mean the option would not be the regents is a fee charged to students who
feasible. opt not to attend during any of the summer
WHITEHEAD SAID A decision had not terms while they are in school.
yet been made on exactly how many students HANSON SAID LAST week offering
could be handled in the summer. A final summer admissions to, "holding category"
decision would probably be put off until the freshmen would be one way to allow studentsto
responses started to cdrne in, he added. attend UF and increase summer
He emphasized the students were being enrollment.
specifically told in the letters that summer However Bryan has emphasized that if a
admission was only a possibility and mightnot large percentage of the holding students did !
be available. come in the summer it would be "disastrous"for ____ !
"We are doing our best to try and help both summer and fall programs both of 07
these students who want to come to UF", but which have been cut back because of a tight
who will not be able to come in the fall state budget next year.







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... Alligator Staff Writer education 'committee.
4 l \ Bill 591 to give university presidents the
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(EDITOR'S NOTE Each Friday the power to divide student service fees was before
Alligator will review the progress of various the education committee.
i bills In the Florida Legislature which are Bill 814 to require specific legislative
1 important to students. For further Information approval for tuition increases was before the
/ on bills,interested persons can call education committee.
: the Tallahassee legislative "hotline" at 1-800-()( Bill 916 to repeal the legal minimum of
-, 3421827.) class contact hours for university faculty was
\I I In the Florida House before the education committee.In .

Bill 110 to require insurance 'for par-
ticipants in athletic competition before the Florida Senate
the education committee. Bill 265 to add three university studentsto
Bill 257 requiring state banks to offer the Board of Regents was approved by the
vT student loans was before the commerce education committee 7-2 and sent to the
committee. rules committee to be scheduled for floor
S -T Bill 395 to add one university student to debate.
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Alligator Staff Writer State Rep. Ander Crenshaw, R.
Jacksonville, introduced a bill specifically
The State Department of Education (DOE) calling on the DOE to coordinate universityand
is devising common entry dates to simplify community colleges' calendars.
% transferring from community colleges to BUT CRENSHAW said Thursday the

'V.1'f universities. "major controversy" surrounding his bill
Presently the universities and community
I would be over a provision which would
colleges operate under diverse calendars that reinforce the law giving the State Board of
Michael often leave students with long waits before Education control over the Board of Regents.
; they can transfer between institutions. Crenshaw said he included the reinforced

\ %M McClure Deputy Education Commissioner Roger wording "because the regents are kind of
i\\ Nichols said Thursday the DOE is trying to autonomous particularly in relation to the
establish common entry dates in September university calendars."

Garr Sner aftet *Christmas. and at the beginning... of the NICIIOLS SAID 'existing law already
summer;. directs the Board of Education which is
EDUCATION COMMISSIONER Ralph comprised of the governor and cabinet to
Turlington promised in last fall's campaign to "generally" supervise the regents but that
ip t coordinate community college and university there "conflicting statutory language."

enegy calendars by fall, 1976. Universities Chancellor-designate E.T.
Nichols, said the DOE wasn't working "at York who is in charge of the regents
this time on any plans that would require all legislative lobbying effort said Crenshaw'sbill
community colleges and universities to adhere "just reaffirms an obvious fact."

consciousnessapril I WHAT'S HAPPENING I

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19-24 By TOM VEENSTRA shown in the. Murphree Area Commons
Alligator Staff Writer tonight at 8, 10 and midnight. Admission is
50 cents or free with campus housing card.
GARDENERS: The Organic Garden Co-op MIDDLE EARTH Middle Earth Cof-
needs new gardeners. Get your own 10' X 24' feehouse is featuring live entertainment April
FREE EVENTS plot use.of water equipment, seeds, etc., fora 19 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., underground SleddB
membership fee of $6. If interested go to in the Murphree area.
the garden on Radio Road between Museum PICNIC The Chinese International
8:00
pmGraham Road and 34th St., Saturday April 19 at 10 Association will sponsor a picnic at Manatee
April Pond S
a.m. For more information call 3778087. Springs State Park Saturday April 19. Those
Topic-Energy and Poetry -\- PLAYERS: The Convenant Players from Los interested meet at 10 am. at the Century
1 9 Speakers-Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, Angeles, a national touring religious drama Tower parking lot. Cost will be $1.75 per
Gory Snyder group, will present a program at the Center person. For more information call 377-8725
Local Poets and Musicians for United Ministries, Friday April 18 at 8 or 378-9823.
p.m. For more information call Sara Juengst DINNER MEETING The Inter-Varsity
8:00 pm.University at 376-7539. Christian Fellowship will have a dinner
Auditorium ASIAN INDIAN DANCE "Anjali A meeting tonight 7:30: at 2617 NW 1 Ave. A fee
20 Topic-Energy and ConsciousnessPanel dance of India,'" recital program will be for the dinner will be charged. For more
Discussion presented tonight at 8:15: in the J. Wayne information call ,3780759.FOLKDANCING. .
Reitz Union Ballroom. Admission is free.,For : International folkdancing
Howard Odum, Henry Gomberg,
further information call Austin Creel at the classes will be taught tonight in Norman Gym
Michael McClure
Allen Ginsberg, Asian Studies Department 3920398. from 8 to midnight. Both beginning and
'
CANOE TRIP: The UF Hiking Club will advanced classes are offered. For further
Contact Neal Marks 373-9575 or U.C office I 3921521at sponsor a canoe trip on the Suwanee River information call 376-0224.
2 1 College Council if you would like one 'of from Fargo. Ga. to White Springs, Fla., April BOYCOTT ORGANIZERS United Farm
these speakers to visit your class. 1920. Those interested may call Bruce Workers will hold job interviews,for Boycott
Marshall at 3785975. Organizers Friday April 18, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
CLOTHING NEEDED The Florida Players room 361 J. Wayne Reitz Union. For more
8:00: pm need old clothing and accessories for information contact: 3727362.
.22 Room C1-11, J. Hillis Miller Health Center ; productions. Contributions may be left at the NEWMAN CLUBi The Newman Club invites
.,
Lecture J Constans Theatre weekday afternoons or call anyone interested for a day at Crescent Beach.
'I'
Art Marshall (Environmentalist) ; for pickup at 392.1639 weekdays from. 9 a.m. Cars will leave 6. a.m. from the Catholic
,
h to noon and'1"p.m. to 5 p.m. "* Student Center Saturday April 19. A cookoutfire
i. BLOOD DRIVE: Fraternity members can and drinks will be"provided. For more
donate blood today at the Alpha Tau Omega information call the Center at 3723533.
Sponsored by University College Council; Arts & Sciences Council; house, and Saturday April 19 at the Civitan BRUNCH The Hillel Center will have a lox
Board of ..College Councils. Also Sponsored by Public Functions Regional Blood Center. 1330 NW 13th St. and bagels brunch with guest Dr. Ted
from 9 a.m. to I p.m. Landman speaking on, "Arab-Jewish

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By DEBBIE IBERT- "stay." i
Alligator Staff WriterA Instead the agency \would have to convincethe TO SELL A WHITE ,

appellate court that releasing its records : rA

would cause' "significant damage" to the A ELEPHANT??? :
bill to !speed up court cases involving the agency. '
Public Records Law will give citizens "greaterand THE BILL WOULD "make it substantiallyharder a .
more rapid access" to public records. to get,a stay"' on a court's order to '
Council E
Rep. Barry Richard, D-Miami, said his bill open records, Richard explained, because the E Sell it Interhall ,
would also prevent state agencies from !stay would have to be issued within 48 hoursof '
,
evading the !spirit of the law through delay the first court order. o UNION COLONNADE =
tactics. "They (the agencies) would have to get the .
ANOTHER BILL BY Richard closes a appellate court to hear them and give them a E. FLEA MARKET E
loophole in the Public I Records Law by !stay within 48 hours. And most courts won't ..
defining "agency" to include any person entertain this kind .of case quickly." = Tuesday April 29 : =
acting on behalf of a !state agency. The bill further states that an agency which f' .
The Public Records Law opens state "unreasonably refused" to open its records o 10:00 am to 4:00.pm ,. '; =
records to public inspection and examination would have to.pay attorney's fees assessed by "/ "
making the business of government also the the court. U 1"I/? ., 4 L, .
I public's business. RICHARD SAID A suit against the City of .. Sign up for TABLES .:V;>) =
A person who has been denied access to Gainesville which he handled when he was ," .
records he considers public can take the deputy attorney general prompted him to at RM. 53 Buckman "C"- ', .
agency to court, and under Richard's bill, draft the bill. The city refused to release a = or RM 432 Tolbert ---t
have the case heard immediately. budget recommendation from the tire chief to .
THE BILL GRANTS "accelerated the city manager because the city claimed it a or contact .,' ,'J ..
hearings" for cases tiled to enforce the Public was an "inter-office memo" and not a matterof N '
I Records Law-meaning that such cases public record, Richard said. .. .:;'.. Scott Davis Marshall Emas =
would "go to the top of the court's docket"and Even though a court case ordered the city to : .i"'' at 392-6000 or 392-8119 :
be heard before any other pending case, release the memo as public, record the city : -
Richard said. appealed and.delayed the memo's release for .
If the case is won and the court orders the almost a year according to Richard. .
records opened for inspection the bill The representative said he drafted the bill Registration fee $1.00

!specifies that the agency would have to to bolster the Public Records Law by insuring .

comply within 48 hours unless an appellatecourt rapid consideration of cases filed to enforce it /Ib.o ....a.....M..........a.a....a rt\\Zkn.
issued a !stay bn the order.A and to prevent agencies from delaying
"stay! order" means the agency does not compliance with the law. I
have to comply with a court order until the THE BILL to, speed up court procedures
appellate court rules on the matter. passed out of the House Judiciary Committeein
CURRENT LAWS make no provision for a February and will now go to the floor of the When You Think of Diamonds
time limit by which a state agency would have house Richard said. Think ofVALUE
to obey a court order to open its records. Richard's other bill amends the Public
According to Richard's bill, the simple act Records Law so that it includes state records
of appealing the court's order to open records held by persons. acting on behalf of state
would no longer grant agencies :automatic. agencies.
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_ INSIDE INFORMATION


(Editor's note: Inside Information Is a weekly CHILD WHO MIGHT HAVE A HEARING
feature in the Independent Florida Alligator, DEFECT?
providing readers with authoritative information Mild hearing loss in children is frequently
on all aspects of personal health missed. In school and at home they may be
and policies of the Student Health Service. accused of being inattentive or slow in
Bring your questions to Room 305 Reitz learning. At home they may turn the
Union or the lobby of the Student Health television up or not respond to call from a
Service. For further information please distance. They 'may ask to have things
contact the Health Education Office at, the repeated frequently.. If a child presents any of
Student Health Service Room 237)) these characteristics he should have an ear
examination by a specialist.
WHAT IS THE CORRECT WAY TO AFTER THIRTY ARE THE CHANCESOF
TREAT A BURN? HAVING AN IMPERFECT BABY
One should put the burned area in icy INCREASED ENORMOUSLY?
water to relieve pain pour cold water over the Only a few birth defects have been provento
affected area it if cannot be submerged. You increase with the mother's age. One is
can also use ice on burns. Then cover the mongolism where a mother of forty-five has
burned area with a large, thick sterile pad or about a 70 per cent greater risk of having a
clean cloth and bandage loosely. If blisters mongoloid baby than a mother of twentyfive.In .
appear do not break them. In case of a severe addition toxemia of pregnancy the kidney
burn see a physician. failure-high blood pressure syndrome
SHOULD WATER BE FLOURIDATED?, associated with miscarriage and premature IS MORE THAN SURFACE DEEP
Flouridation is the most practical and babies is more likely to occur in a woman over
effective public health measure for 'the thirty-five. However age is just one of The value of a diamond is based on quality
prevention of dental decay; it does not treat thousands of possible factors which can affect not quantity. Expert cutting brings out the fire
decay' that has! already started. Flouride is not a baby's health.. and radiance of even the smallest diamond.
medicine or a cure-all.but it is an important SHOULD ALL MOLES BE REMOVED Color and clarity Is a major factor too. Let us
dietary factor during the time teeth' are No. but a physician should be consulted show you what determines the quality deep
forming. about any mole or wart showing.any change in In the heart of,your diamond.
WHAT SHOULD YOU LOOK FOR IN A size or color.

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Reading,


(from page one) reading skills, there can be some harmful aspects to the
course.
"The distinction between reading and skimming is crucialfor
The course consists of seven classes, of about 50 students students to realize. Skimming is a valuable skill, but it
three hours in length, which includes procedures in speed does not equip students, particularly freshmen and
reading reading for comprehension, study habits and note ,sophomores for detailed tests based on thorough com-
taking. prehension of material," he said.
After completing the course, the graduate can attend any CRANNEY, SAID the usefulness of the course often
other classes with cost. depends on the teacher. He said that some training for, the
THE CURRENT COST of the course is $345 for an in- instructors is now required which did not used to be the case.
dividual, $315 for two persons registering together and $295 "The instructor's credentials are still under question," he
for three or more registering together. The individual rate will said. *
increase to $365 in June. : .
xtw.S The Bertolami said instructors must have taken the Evelyn
course guarantees that if the student does not increase
"reading efficiency" by three times, tuition will be refunded.. Wood course and have a reading speed of 3,000 words per
Reading efficiency is a combination of speed and efficiency. minute or more and a comprehension of at least 80 per cent.
Cranney said the comprehension test given to Evelyn Wood "TEACIIERS ARE ALSO required to take a teaching
students is not standardized and many experts feel these tests program which lasts from two to nine months. All teachers
are a great deal easier than standardized reading tests. must have at least a masters degree"he said.
-J BERTOLAMI SAID the tests were not as strict as stan Cranney said that the reading skills taught at UF are free
dardized tests and were'not meant to be. and they are taught on an individual basis.
"The tests are designed to motivate, not to inhibit reading "We take about 50 students a day. Some are remedial
skills.They are on the high school sophomore to college freshman readers and others are interested in increasing speed and
level" he said. comprehension for Graduate Record Examinations and Law
Bertolami said the comprehension test was developed at the School Admissions Tests" Cranney said.
University of Delaware Testing Service. Cranney said students generally sign up for half a term, but
a CRANNEY SAID he called the testing center at the can enter and discontinue whenever they like.
University of Delaware and was told there was no such test. The Reading and Study Skills Center is closed this quarterto
"M-m-m-m.: Cranney said that although there'are undoubtedly benefitsto most students because of the need to prepare materials that
could be used at other places on campus outside the Reading
the course and that students will,_usually improve_their Center.
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Purple Tongue: a masterpiece made "This is the first time we have closed the center in the nine
; years I have been here. But we will be open again summer
with Bacardi grape juice, lemon twist. L U4 quarter," Cranney said..
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BULK PACKAGES I I An administrative mix-up last fall resulted in an un- The housing office Is'"not going to check who got which
determined number of UF freshmen signing four-quarter kind of housing contract." Ball)) said, because the files are
REPAIR PARTS FOR SIGG AND housing contracts rather than the three-quarter contracts arranged in alphabetical order, rather than by the student's
OPTIMUS/ STOVESAPPALACHIAN stipulated by UF policy. classification.
TRAIL GUIDE ,BOOKS However, any freshmen who may have signed four quarter
contracts will "have no h'oubgetting)\ released from their Freshmen students who desire to move off campus must
QUALITY BACKPACK TENTS FROM housing agreement for summer quarter Joseph Ball, assistantto write the housing office "of their intentions," according to the
$59 UF's director of housing, said. UF academic catalogue.ALL .
BALL SAID freshmen will be able to live off-campus this SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, seniors, and graduate
,MOSQUITO NET TENT WITH FLY summer as long as they are "first time out of the cradle fresh- students must sign four-quarter housing contracts if they
(VERY ,COOL) $59 men who have been full-time students" duing fall, winter and desire to live'on campus while all beginning freshmen must
NEW CANOES FROM $80 spring quarters. contract campus housing for three quarters, the cataloguestates.
Ball said he knew of at least one freshman who signed a .

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lot can change in ten years. '. '

In the fall of 1965 the American involvement in ,.' ':.

Vietnam was just beginning to heat up, and at .., '

least one Michigan professor was ominously ;..; ?47
warning of future student riots in protest of the .I': .'

"slave labor" of the draft. : .
When the fall trimester began in September of

that year, an unheard of "invasion" of almost

16,500 students arrived on UF's 2,000 acre

campus.
Fall rush and the upcoming football\ season /

seemed to dominate everyone's thoughts as UF l

administrators warned impressionable freshmento

select their fraternities with care. '

A few did worry about the draft, but local draft OUR R\REm9? WELL TALK ABOUT THAT WHENVOU'fcB' A LITTLE

officials assured them as long as they kept up their OLDER'r

grades up they had nothing to worry about.

Students dressed a little more conservatively,

with close cropped hair, and long dresses, but in Monogamy isn't for everyone

their own way they were quite progressive.Just .
that fall the Florida Alligator reported UF -

history, had been made as, for the first time, two
black students attended a fraternity rush party. A current movie ad features a picture of a man and a Certainly, it's important to spend time together when
But even if their priorities were a bit different, woman gazing lovingly at each other. The caption reads: you're first establishing a relationship. But often two peoplecan
there still wasn't all that much to set them apart "One other person was all he needed. One. Somehow..itcould become sO used to spending all their time with each other
everyone's story." that they have no time left tor anyone else.OPINION .
from the class of 75.
It doesn't' say tor sure just who that one person is, but
Except perhaps one thing. M>somehow I don't think it's Father Flanagan of Boy's Town.
When they went to the polls that February to Most of us would probably take it to mean the hero's lover his ( )

elect a new student government, 56 per cent, 8,133of One and Only.
THE AD EXPRESSES that all-time American institution,
the 14,453 then enrolled voted.
A MONOGAMOUS relationship can erode one's identity
the Myth of Monogamy: "All we need to make'us'happy is
And no one thought it at all unusual.All u's After I broke off a three-year relationship with a man. a
one other person of the opposite sex to love answer our
of which helps to put the tumultous scene.at needs, and be our lifelong companion." mutual friend told me "Now I can really'get to know you.
the Rathskeller Wednesdays election night into Before you always seemed like an appendage of Steve."
some kind of perspective.When In order to develop as an individual it's necessary to interact -
with wide of Certainly, don't
a variety people. we
word from the director of elections
came confine ourselves to only one friend at a time or one teacher;
that almost 5,000 students, 22 per cent of the the idea is impractical. Why, then must we be confined to
student body, had voted, the candidates and [ JANIS MARATalk 1 only one lover? ,

campaign workers gulped their beer and Monogamy is even harder on women. Traditionally the
proclaimed a new era in student concern, an end woman is supposed to be nurse, cook, maid mother and
her This of time and
therapist to mate. expenditure energycan
of student apathy."According .
be completely draining.IF .
to weathered campaign veterans, it about unrealistic! Expecting your partner to live up to YOU'RE NOT involved in a "primary relationship"
was a remarkable turnout," one radio those standards could very well be enough to cause a divorceall you don't have to worry about the emotional drain but you
correspondent reported. by itself. usually do end up feeling pretty lonely. At least "couples"
Remarkable? Monogamy alienates and separates people. The have someone else with whom to share their prisons.
The fact is last Wednesday's election monogamist outlook classifies people in units of two the Being single does give you more freedom. But society
frowns' those who don't tit into the In this ,
"primary relationship which consists of one man !and one on pattern. society.everybody's
represented the third smallest turnout in the l last
have "better half and if
to
supposed a -
woman, and a "couple, which is self-sufficient and excludes you
ten years.In don't it's assumed less than whole.
everyone else.ult's( you and me against the world you're
1971 while then UF president C. Being single can sometimes be demoralizing. Just take a
Stephen IF YOU'RE SINGLE:,this leaves you out in the cold; and if
O'Connel was ordering the arrest of 1967 black you're part of a couple, you're chief concern is supposed to be took around you on campus or at a movie. You'll swear
protestors who had staged in a sit-in at his office, your mate. No wonder they call us "the lonely crowd." you're back in the days of Noah's Ark. Two by two they come
38 per cent of the student body turned out to ,elect you're hall of a "couple," you're supposed to spend most absorbed in each other and completely unabsorbed in you. Itdoesn't
of your time with your'mate. Have you ever tried going to a exactly make you feel wanted.
Don Middlebrooks on his platform of securing IF ONLY WE could forget the monogamy number and
student control of the $32.50 per hour ASFAC fee. movie or concert without your steady boyt'riend? If someone relate to others on a less restrictive level. The discovery of
And the year before that 40 per cent voted in !spots you there alorie, they often ask "where's Joe?" They're another human being is a unique journey that !should be
popular favorite Steve Uhlfelder.As astonished to see you by yourself: as if you're the odd half of a undertaken for the pleasure of the trip alone not tor the
!set of Siamese twins or matching bookends., purpose of!staking an exclusive claim to the territory.
late as 1972 black candidate Sam Taylor was
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elected in a contest that produced a 35 per cent'' ,
Ron Cunningham David Klein
turnout. The: Independent Editor.ln.Chlef' Monaglng Editor
Only the years 1969, '73 and 74 pulled in fewer .

voters than this year. Florida ; ,I George Kachoniec Jr.- 'DonnaBNgman
So it was almost humorous when one candidate, a Alligator 1 Photo Editor layout Editor

responding to the 'high' turnout, said it "showsthe tlll Ut '.
:IrN : MindiKeirnon JodyCo'rlin i
students care about'what is happening." '.., .' News Editor layout Editor j;
The only problem is it's not. all that fynny, not ina _: gR.A.

year of possible tuition hikes and educational 'Tony' Kendzior. 0" . ; .:. . ,': ; .. ... .. .,. . .a.nerol Monoger .' "
budget cuts.Monday Jomes V.Cook 0 . . . ... ... ... ... .: .. ., .AssIstant Generol Manager Published
Mrs. Evelyn Best 0 0 0 ...' ..f;h.:. 'I.. .. . .. .Admlnlstrativ.AssIstant by
the remaining candidates have agreedto Anne Molphurs 0. . ,_. :. .;.... . ;. ... . . 0 '. 0' .Bookk..per ri.r: "... f.'II""II..I"i ( .
meet open debate on the Plaza of the Americas C. Roy Shipp 0 . . .. I ., 't'I..... . . . .. . 0 .Bullne"Monoger
at noon. It will be the first time since the Tom MacNomara ..... ",..;. .,...:. o. 0 ,,>r. . .'. 0:. 0 Accountant p.O. 10. 13266 Univenity
beginningof Roy McGee Jr . .) 0 0 . . . 0 \. -. i ,,"itf: t... l.Adv:.; .rM sin g Manog.r Station.Gainesville, Florida with
the campaign that they will face each other one Donna lubrono 0 . . 0 0 . 0 ;. .. .Adver1lllng Coordinator off acs behind the College ,Inn.
the issues. ,Acey Horp.r 0 . ... . 0 ,' ',' . . Special Sections Coordinator 1721 West Univ.rst' Avenue.
Does Lynda Homl.r t 0 .J,. .. d.: .0'... .L; :; ,' ,:. .,I' .Adver1lllng Production Manager B vsi ne"Of'ce' phone: 37..u.e6.
anybody care? Lynn okler . 0 0 . . 0 . 0 .Editorial Production Manager Ed'biot DepOrtment:'37."'SI.
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I Care for the wounded inadequate rodeo ; I

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EDITOR: It wasn't exactly the carnage of the Lions
Christians days but there was plenty, of bruised and torn fleshon \s. t they do need all the percentage points in their favor radio'in im' \an. As far as I C.lJ1ltll. SG did not haw even
the ROTC drill field at the Student Government rodeo having It is an ambulance standing by' in case ot'an much as a band-aid at the rodeo field for the injured
obviously standard '
afternoon. Late 'from the operating procedure ,
reports
Saturday hospital indicate ambulance ::1'I
standing by at all times. The rodeo
that it was not as bad as those of'us in the bleachers* first called for it the first time it was needed fully I (feel that that it was an example of gross mismanagement
(eared; and 'for that we are thankful.It roll right through the gates. And 1 think that is negligence on the part of the sponsor*. which should not
could have been worse. injured contestants expected. again. Once again it is the all too typical type of
BUT THAT WAS not to be. planning and lack of feeling for others that this
THE SAD FACT is that it need not have been as risky as it My hat i is off to the Alachua Ambulance Sen' of incompetents has fostered on the university com
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IUS. several speedy responses to calls to the rodeo field -
No one coerced any of the contestants to enter the rough afternoon. If the
which billed SG sponsors had taken the bare WE NEED TO take a long hard look at our SG operation.
the
tumble events were as "most dangerous
and precautions and
arranged for the ambulance to I SG train needs to make a crew change and I
gravy
,in the world: They even paid S20.00 'for the chance to would have been '
sport even speedier. SG did not '
the but the hole damned !!
mean engineer w crew
enter and did so fully at their own risks. But. God bless 'em facilities to call the ambulance. I had to do so on Howard O'Neal 4JM

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: It is unfortunatethat accusation. previous "stunting" role. EDITOR: in order to heave the removing any amendmentthey
some women feel that Furthermore, it is obvious IN ADDITION,,THE ERA letter by Deborah I of towing lines for wished. There would be
"culture does not permit that many women have should not be looked to as a realize that Bucci d ships or lines for the no way to stop this.It .
them to gratify their basic psychological problems of all means of preventing other to write an of breeches buoys tor is true that the right to
need to grow and t fulfill their !sorts which tend to make women from feeling 'letter. However survivors, off of bear arms is linked with the
potential as human beings." them l feel as though their repressed. Simply the fact In her last ships. Somehow, I civilian militia. 'ITiis, you
However I feel it is somethingthat growth as humans is stunted. that so much light has been defied, anyone to to see how either of these must recall was at a times
can be resolved with the Just a few of these problemsare !shed on this topic should be the gun and all or take life. hen a group of rebels
individual and with a greater I ) poor male-female enough for a woman to realize NOT created with YOU ALSO, STATE you overthrew a legal government.Even .
understanding of the term relationships, and 2)) inferiority her emotional status, and purpose of that a truly !intelligent in this day when a
"woman.' Neither the complexes con prevent ill feelings from imparing life. would recognize the kind single bomb can wipe out an
passing of the Equal Rights cerning looks athletic arising on her own. It is this I refer Bucci to degeneracy inherent in the entire city. there is such a
Amendent nor the National abilities and personal talents. type of introspection that is and line-throwing of firearms even for horror in using that bomb
Organization For Women can Again these problems do not needed to prevent former, is used ". I sincerely that we still have civil war
make this come about. all rise from being under male psychological disorders by pyrotechnic All I ask of you is continuing in 'vi.etnam.
Recently many women have chauvinist pressure. females and males alike not altitude to call I will allow you to play Cambodia. Yeman and Aden.
been screaming about: being However, through the the ERA. of searchers to role of martyr in' the event ? Doesn't this make it a bit
considered sex objects. I 'power suggestion and all aircraft or ship violent crime against. your ludicrous.to think that thereis
submit that these women are the attention that has recently Jeanie Owens The latter'is,used AINTI'C'B as long as you allow no need for a militia?
not considered sex objects, been shed on the unequal- to keep myself alive in the SWITZERLAND II SNOT
but rather objects of beauty.As female problem, many of of violent crime against been invaded for several
an object of beauty a these psychotics and neuroticsare person. hundred years. Every'able
woman of course is not ,the pinning the blame on this. The Independent You state that "many times bodied man in Switzerlandwho
EQUAL of a. man but rather Few people realize that there criminal will tell you that ,is of military age is
she is Tiis" BETTER. are a large number of women Florida Alligator was only protecting himself required to :keep, his army
ALSO AS AN OBJECT of that f feel stunted as humans he felt the need to shoot weapon (up to and including
beauty she is placed on a due to many problems other Sheila Draper Gary 8olanoff ." Since a criminal heavy machine guns) in his
pedestal and given many than the so-called repressionof Entertainment Editor AilociO'e, Editor definition has' placed home and ready for use Why,
special privileges. Thus to male chauvinists. As a in violation of human don't, the Swiss have such a
become an equal a woman is matter of fact, nothing has Doug Hatch ,:"one: cannot expect him to crime problem as the United
taking a step DOWN not up.. been done in the way of Wire Editor completely honest in what States?
and merely lowering herself to research in this area and as Greg Forrtr Tom Shroder tells you; therefore, your The purpose of prison is
the ordinary plane of men. far as anybody knows this new Spom Editor Aut New. is'totally specious not to punish the criminal,but -
Personally. 1 feel 'it is an role to be played by women may not equate rather it is to remove 'from the
honor to be considered a may bear fruits of MORE .of the press with the 'proximity of society those who
woman, not a derogatory psychotic .problems than the to bear arms but the would do it harm., A commonly
...,. .J_ -....= cs. ._...... concept is that the quoted statistic is that ,
A "AF ten amendments to the there ,is an 80 percent
(the Bill of recidivism rate so that the
I ) are 'supposedly, in vast majority of crimes are
If any one of these is committed by the same
able to be repealed. criminals who' ,again and
since the law works on again are out on bail 'or
it will be a 'probation. '
for which to remove Why not spend the money
and all amendments that hich'would be needed in an
deemed "against the will ,effort to sweep up, firearms:
people.." from the public to build more
>k prisons and to upgrade the '
IS NOT impossible that
stall of
prisons_ so that! the'
I S or 20 years the President criminal clement may be"
have more power than removed from !society lorsociety's
B. Johnson, who was own safety? ,
questioned at the time
the manufacture of the MS'"
10 of Tonkin' incident. THEREFORE .
about two years the vast BUCCI, I suggest that ,before
of the United States you deem yourself
knowledgeable enough to
supported a war we had
business being) in. write articles on emotional
debatable issues that you
IS1lU$ aamc party overcome your ,horror of the ,
.7 Congress other side and familiarize
with !such power it yourself with all aspects! of the
f be fairly easy 'for them issue in order that you may ',
totally ignore the people discuss it intelligently.David .
'SHE'S THE RIGHT' HElM, SHE'S FEMALE ANQ-SijE'S CAUCASIAN{ -'BUT PATTY HEARST SHE [ will of the people E.L. Smith

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The Independent Honda Alligator Friday April 13 1975

...,. ,FOR SALE FOR RENTFemale FOR RENTWE
CLASSIFIEDS Roommate Wonted' Share CAN HELP YOU FIND A HOME OR
FOR SALE: Gibson lei paul, beautiful Realtor 404
APARTMENT. Joel Bridges,
oom In 2 BR Apt, Hawaiian Village.Aoril
condition with cast, $375 or best offer. ()..-
3776700.5T.1
Also ouatlon acoustic guitar brand new l rent paid. AC pools de, Coll 376- S.W. 4th, avenue, (

$335 377-8242 (o-4t-IU-p) FOR SALE FOR SALE 4081-or 372-3934 (b-Sl-lU-pd, ) Sal)-, --

Norge air condo 4000 BTU $75.00 B 4 W 73 kawasaki 250 dirt t street bike Wont o great place to live Halo Frot
Wedding Bands, A Engagement Rings.Traditional
TV also good for ports 2500 AM-FM equipped only 2300 miles, fantastic Not dorm. An Independent off-
AVOID o
THE
of FAll lUSH
Contemporary designs
stereo w- record player t B W TV or condition best offer call phyllis 3777854o4i114p ond 3 meals day
Room
console 12500 373-0302 (o.51113pjgreat )_ your choice. Handmade for individualswho Now "ash,time to look for that house or campus Co-Op. Hall 1002
( ) ,
wont the best. Original work by ,pt for ,the summer or 'loll quarter. Call for $280 qtr. Georgia Seogle
buy) 4 drawer chest of droweri South' leading Artists. Master GoldSmith stereo-gorrord I-100, wood base and 'todpyjl'. 77--992 (b.601-112-pt __ W Univ, Ave 376-9179 (b-5t-113-p) .
only$25 in very good condition call 372- and lopidist. Unconditional shure m55-$105, voxson amp 70 watts bdrm In 3 bdrm
wonted,
2683 ask for mike or Jeff or come by 923 Need a female roommate own room I roommate own
rms-$120, 120 offerme '
Guarantee. O2ZIE By appointment only.373.389.e. maronli tuner, scope $65 4 /,
mo
ne 7th eve after Spm (o-3t-l5-p! ) m 3 bedroom house $8333 + 1.3 util. georgetown opt.
around $300 bruce. 373-0951 a5t114p
(Q.49M05-P) ( Coll 377-8776 btwn
1512 NW 2nd St 378-2252 fireplace + oil. $85 dep.
electric portable typewriter new ) __ fenced 6 ond 8 (b-5t-114-p! )
yard 15 mm. from campus bike pm.
Guaranty FederalTHE Custom Hondo 350 end 8"
condition original cost $245. sale price : Hog rear Suzuki 500 mini, condition got only the (b-5t-113.p) )
lEST PLACE TO IAVI.THERE'S 120. phone 392-6798 between 8-10 pm. over with dual lights, l-bor, 15,000 best in life 5400 miles custom sissy bar 3 Bed 2 both mobile horn on shady
ask for ,lee sopiro room 421. (o-5t-ll5-p) ) miles asking $650 or best offer. Call rock safety bar helmet best offer over Only three blocks .from campus lakeside lot Full furnished. a C. Rent
okc IRISH SETTER PUPS coh-om straight 378-0370. 530. (o-lOt-IOB-p) 1000 378-6255 after 6 (a-5t-114-p) .UNIVERSITY APTS. now renting $180 or Mil*. 466 3543 Sot S Sun. (b-w-

champion lines, long haired + mellow, Prize divers watch never used $250 or for summer quarter. Special summer'' "2tp 1! :-. t\_ _
all shots 4 wormed. both parents on Bicycle 24"Mens 15 speed Campy Derail best offer twin"size water' bed with 'discount, rates: Jun. >6tK-Aug.. 31st.; One female roomote wonted own room 1
MORE pr.m"escall gory 377-5325 (a.St.1I5-p) all alloy end shifters, Very light$165 373- frame $25. 373.2070 any time. 7' x 16' bedrooms, $88-month.. Two bedrooms, blk from campus sub let thru summer
1974 suzuki 100 in excellent condition, 9707 Keep trying (Q5t-l 113-p) blue carpet, $15. 372-8672,5-7 pm (o-5t- $118-138-month. Pets allowed In $90 mo .4 '4 utilities central' hi ond air
: ./ TO SEE WITHCABtlTV selected opts. Come In now beforeit'stoo b-St.11S-p)
with .coll 377-7962 keep trying (
for '
vinyl good )
cover transportationor Guild F-512 w hard case$600. new Guild ..!!:PL late Air Conditioned SwimmingPool.
( pleasure $425. it's red. call 373-1022 F-50 custom, 72, mint w- hard case, $375 Shure PA cclumns$350 or best offer toll You can beat the heat but not the Mellow, neat person to shore 2 bedroom
((0-5MI5-P)) Mutt Sell 373-3461 o-St mobil! home In pinehurst Pork. $70 + Viul.hl.ei.
( -113-p) 373-0738 oak for Caleb'o3t1l7p( ) prices. Coll 376-8990 or come by the
GIBSON J45 guitar sunburst with case office, at I 1524 NW 4th Ave weekday Coll Jerry 376-'896. (b-3t-M5-
TELESCOPE 2.4 in. Goto fine equatorial mens tenspeed sears bike p..t.ctcondllton
$150 sacrifice, 377anytime (a-5t- )
ofternoons (b-SI-)14-p) P -
.I.t fJ6 H5-P) mount; tripod; asses $375 new; yours for sale asking $100 Including
(for $175 call 392.1829 or 372-5235 (o-2t- chain ond lock call ender from 8.00 am
8 TV Channels A weatner I 116-p) to 00pm: phone no 392-1934 (alt117Pi .
channel UPI News New York
CARPORT SALE Everything from lawn.
Stock Exchange 2 FM stations on mowers to HI-FI Equipment.. Saturday sale all must go lawn m25 couch bed 25
TV Channels and* FM and 4 AM and Sunday cosh only, 1519 NE 13th St. hardum kardom 4 S 125 k waterbed 35
stations on the FM band.UNIVERSITY trunk 22 65 warehouse, full
(o-2MI6-p) early a tv i io
CITY ccjrningfo bargain world 2614 ne 18 ler 377-9835 or
73 Kawasaki 350 6,500 ml, sissy bar I
TELEVISION CABLE CO. INC rack excellent cond. asking $800 price 372-5269 (o.sr-117-p) _
Gainesville
522 N.MAIN ST. ? negotiable phone 373-9322 (o-5>-H6-p) IRISH SETTER PUPPIES American kennel
club papers wormed 2 moles and I
fromus 12 string guitar, $80 car tape deck female coil 372-6294 after 5 pm ond
4 speakers, great for von $80 call after weekends (o-5t-117-p)

6. pm 373-9775 (o-3t-ll7-p) Minolta SRMOt '50mm f-1.4 lens for

7:30' Garage Sole: Saturday, Crib, $10.00; $150.00 Brand New Coll:392-9145 (a-2t-
: desk, $800()(); rocker, $1000; rugs, 10 I 117-')
I 93J0: 15.00; other baby & household items. walnut bedroom set good condition with
,,,, w 2149 NW 29th Place, off 23rd Blvd West twin beds five pieces any reasonable

of Moll. (o.lt-117-p) offer (Q-21-117-p) 37 -2"1__ i
warren beatty
CAMPING Mountaineer
equipment Kelty
julie christie < goldie haws pock & frame $45; Gerry (woman FOR RENT CiAQUARIUM
backpack tent $45. Both $85. Coll Avail.Fall Qtr.
373-3755 ((6pm-Bpm). (a-lt-117-p' )
I 1. 5 bdr NW Sect-Bike to campus
Fischer model 30 stereo ond speakers 2. 4 bdr low rent pets OK
originally worth over $300 now 2 years 3. $83 Mo 'includes utilities NW ...d..e. .
old & a bargain at $100; G E. B4W 13" $110 4 blocks from campus SPECIALS 1
T.V. fair condo a buy at $25. Coll 373- 5. 13 homes now being built. different
9129 (o-2$-117-p) areas 10 gal. 4.50:

stereo preomp i amp 60 watt dynaco United Real Estate Assoc,3776992ih.fr.n3p A
10.95
SPECIAL o.r. manual shure mole d, dynaco 025's 20 gal.

392-8153 (o-4t-ll7-p) ) ______ __ 29 gal. 15.95
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ATTRACTION .
planning a wedding?
SORRY lee grant jack warden LIMITED SPECIAL
NO tonybiUDISCOUNT call 373-0923 Gator e
TheeddingPhotographe
OR
PASSES
from Columbia Picture 55 gal. TANK Reg $158.49 ONLY
Classifieds
A P-B Vista Feature
TICKETS MICHAEL LONIER STAND $99.95 I

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In in isolated surreal pocket of World War I I. the British
r.
send Alan Bates into a highly unlikely tiny French: town' todccover

a bomb The townspeople have lied ,ind the inmates

(tit the local asylum hUt taken their place The resulting inter

JUST BACK FROM THEIR TOUR WITH jction\ Rives, us some of the most enchanting sequences on

him When the reality of the fetirning armies breaks! the bubble

F GREG ALLMAN and READY FOR SOME and the inmates' have returned to the asylum we can really
share Bates
confusion about which people
'' are reatly insane
MORE SOUTHERN BLUES In our opinion, KING OF HEARTS is a rare. treat funny and sad
at the same time

TOMORROW NIGHT B&11PM This wacky beautiful film has awakened. become i tan\\

and turned the move world upside down .

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FOR RENT RENT FOR RENT AUTOS
OR : Is. female wonted shore
to 2
WJi wonted one bedroom
leloUI.mnded ROOMMATE NEEDED Own bedroom ,
or 404 molt hailer $50 o month Include ulil Located in 1970 Barracuda! 318 cu in 3 speed on 66 Mercury, 428 cu in Good transportation
5TI04Frot 37892WVfteT6'apt 30 at brandywine'. call "17 mi west of G'vlle-for info call 376- plush,, Gotorwood. Apt $8750 + tutilities floor good mech shape nice looking 17 1400 Call 377.2528 after 6:00:
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(
Coll
b.41.II"p 377 4796 Ask for Mike
ieon 4446. ask for Glendo or Jffi.2B70 after or mpg asking f 1000. 378-0881( (Ig.51.II4- 1g- .IIQp)
Alan. ,
READ b-St-1 116 r
THIS 300 ( (sum qtr ) ( p)
Moving bfrlllnc) (p 1) __ __ 1972 Honda 450 helmet many extras,
anytime betweer, -
Now d Room for rent in 4 bedroom student
Sept .
.? let us rent your house ROOM FOR RENT in 4 bedroom house in LIVE A LITTLE HONDA 71 great shape $750, 3724240., ((9.31.117.p
it oH d" or opt at no cost house. 55 00 monthly plus utilities 750 Very good .
pone.
ill dayI ; e United Real Estate' 377-6992 (b-fr-I 115 ) NE sec fenced yard pets ok. air cond, Coll 377.8521. (b-:2i.116.p) condition, recent engine-paint, headers, ) ,-
p washer + dryer $8 plus| '". YAMAHA 200 TWIN 71 cs3
I, 1002 377. ut call gory Wanted mole or female to live in clean $1175 I or leaser bike, or car + cash recently
************* 5325 offer 3 (bSHlSplm ) nice 3774577 ((0-31.115-p) overhauled by tr city many new parts
!i:& ***** ******* for I Regency Oaks opt Own room 103 per mcl chain 4 sprocket 372.1591 keep
} rent blk from campus $50 month + 1.3 utilities, Pool, sauna, tennis 1974 Plymouth Duster 6 cylinder, 3 speed .
bdrm"I utilities' pd call 378.2008 trying BEST offer (g lt-117-p/ )
for
" Car info (b.3t.116p court. Coll 377-0176 (b 3t-116-p) transmission In great condition $2200
1'" IIC'iaIUCi ) Volvo 1969 Excellent Running condition
Coll 376-6230 5t 113
Colonial Manor 18 sublet $138 anytime (g- p))
'n i All RENTS opt. Body need some work! (600 or BEST
SLASHED
I available 4 20 thru 6.20 I br furn, carpet Buick Skylark Convertible $500 or best offer. 377.2779 after
(Special 6pm or weekends
Summer
ROles) collmgr 372: -7111 (b.3t.1I7.p) offer good condition call Paula 373-2727 '. '
12th Street $100 Io5t-M7p)
shady SE 378-9086 to $125 PER MO. g5MI3p( ) ,
Rent All units 2 BR. furnished with sir. 2 female roommates wonted' Summer
(b..,. Any and Everything ,J features luxury quarter in Brondywme, opts $67.95-man 1969 flat spyder 600.00 negotiable must PERSONALGETTING
Available for lease through Aug. 31st Coll Donna at 376.5299 (b-3t-117.p) sell good condition call In mornings 373- MARRIED a preparation group
for sports Cars J Prairie View Mobile Village own br in one of Hogtown finest, ; quiet 3011 (glOtlll-p) for couple planning to marry will beoffered
om I 3784411 3733284 house. wood heat, rabbit, hutch, garden 1973 Vega excellent condition fully by Univ Counceling Center
"'mer"d rformcmc Work: J Available, to new tenant only! chicken, coop, woods, yard basement, equipped with air cond outomatic radio during April + May. \Meeting time
airP parking, ,reasonable close 373.9610 (b- GT equipment call anytime 377-5215 negotiable. Call 392-1575 Group 'It
'!! .) triumph Jensen Healy Datsun 240-260-280Z (b-S1-1 Il6p{) 5tH7p) total price $190000 (g.5t.116p) limIted. ((-41-1111)1 ) ,

(rooma Most parts for British Cars 2 roommates needed. Immediately Need: Ig Ibr or *m 2br apt duplex, orcOllagecia.
1 Hawaiian Village 2 Bdrm. 2 bath, .. to campus-summer qtr.
,t-1.l1SI t Mon.-Frt. 9AM-6PM J poolnde April. rent paid. 50 per mo: IOOmo (negotiable-desperolel) call '.

**************************$ 3421 plus"(b util.IQi,Call. Linda or Caroline ot 376- Nancy 392.7484. (b5t117p) .:.
Il6p) Two professional student looking ,.
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;::0.. for two mole student with similar interests
and goal to share on opt at
.mi1lm1llr country garden. walking dist, from '

6t-1 campus 17-p,)ask for |jim or lorry 377-2068 (b- .11 ACADEMY AWARD ;\

spacious:2 BR,tfr-conditioned furnished t'
SATURDAY FREE WITH EVERY TICKET mobile home, large yard and pool ,NOMINATIONS "t" ..
rt. EVENING across'from campus. $140 month, S35deposit ..
SHOWS FRIDAY AND 377-- (b-1t-IJ7-p)
: ,1:15:, 7:15: SATURDAY NIGHTS. AN "Of- J-iii __ ;.1' ..

FICIAL MARQUIS d. SADE WANTEDdriver .f;;;' ; ,. t; .
3:15
: : 9:15: WHIPf WHILE THEY LAST. to take car to denver or onto te / )< -.1J'" .
around 25 reference 373-0 I 18
may (c- r14 : .9ft vr/ t.
: 5:15: 11:15: 31.1 15-p) I !

1 or 2 serious students to share room (In; t

2-bedroom furnished townhouse dishwasher,near'air-conditioned med center. ;a ') II 1 1rX

t etc. around (70-mo + % utilities. Move lijt Ana owOThDfl
in In September call Steve or scoff after Sat
377.8229. (c5tl14p)

One lonely red-ear pet turtle desire
companionship of another one or more you'd like to ell, call 392
7617 ask for Karen 5t 114
(e- -p)
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GOLD A SILVER Top price paid tor claw
I ring.old jewelry etc. confidential; Col '3:30
OZZIE 373-3894 (c.49t.105-p)
roommate needed: mautro roommate 7:00 R
wonted to share 2 br opt at vizcaya own 9:30 iitr'iuJ
room call 377-6294 or 378-2651 if no ,
answer (c-St-1 116-p)
\
R Buying 45rpm and 78rpm record, old '
and new. See mark in apt 26 1216 SW AN ELECTRIFYING
2nd ave (colonial manor) evenings, or
leave message under door. (c-It-II 5-p) MOTION PICTURE HID
t Ji IIIC
peed fait I or 2 female roommate for
J summer qt French qt 2 bedrm o-C opt Reincarnation
Own room $60.mth, share room $39-
mth-call soon I 378.7128 pam p (c.2l1J7p -

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1 or 2 female roomole to shore 2 bdrm-
bolh apt Wlillamburg 567+ '/ util close
to campus pool ac furnished fall call)
i iune of |lane 378.1274 (c.5t-117.p) ,
Proud
HELP WANTED

Fast accurate typist port time for law
office, 12:30.: 3:30: daily 377-0772 ( -sr113 -
.p) .

Fast accurate typist for port-lime office '
work. fill out application at 192 bldg 4:00-6:00: Cinema 2 R

"E" (e4t.114,p) 8:00-10:00 ..tWAq. '.f "
Wanted married couple husband to do 0' --
maintenance work in exchange for
apartment CaM 3769668. 9 to S.fr.( .

116-c) the shark footage in this
n ;q N Nra and Stuff Envelopes At Home No trkk
Address picture !Is 100 real
$800.00 Month Possible Age and' IMIIN( mechanical models,
location Doe Not MOlter. Offer-Details, photography,
q Send 50c (REFUNDABLE) To: TRIPLE S, I. or miniatures were used most!
699 T4 Hwy. 138 Pinion Hills Co 92372. shock of the
? (le-51.113-p)) For the first time you will see the total .

I AUTOS sensational shark fight ever filmed-! ..,tQJ OJi..LLt-

1970 Plymouth Duster V-8 good Condition

I beautiful body, irretiitoble I CORNEL WILDE YAPHET KOTTOCORNEL
engine virgin tires, air con radio asking
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LOST Brown Leather Wallet I Please call By appointment, some school ages 6-12.' '.still.alternative ,
Kevlft; / 376-0579 Reword tl-St-113-p) to public school ed.
evenings available Mrs J.N. Karp
PERSONAL PERSONALFREE FOUND Block leather key cat. Sot. on registered electro'ogut' Phone: 376- students 2 teachers. Application t Inl
Novel Parking lot. Call Bill 392-8421 .((1. 5673._ (tm.lOt.lll-p) Beth Kent 373-3275 (m-St-116-p! )
COED' facial hair removed permanently ROOM and BOARD for LIBERAL
and PIAI
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Coll Edmund Dwy.r FEMALE cooking housekeeping duties TYPING EDITING Theses, Dissertations TUTORING grades HOUR Certif
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electrologist over 20 years experience call 378.2861 anytime (|-5t-114-p) Lot Silver men's SEIKO watch lost ,Term Papers experienced typist LESSONS Any age WHITE 3775215. (nv'
Call 3728039fr.l07(| ) bleached Monday March 31:In men's locker room ma in englith. Ibm sclectrie phone Teacher call Mrs.
KARATE UNIFORMS. Quality 37S-0547 (m-20t-107-p) II6-p)
Flo Reword Phone 392-8863
Wedding) invitations from 511.<40 per Sites 546 only $28 karate-Do 1215 NW Gym
SUPER SKIES, Inc. 100. Two weeks" delivery. Hundred, of 5th Ave, I blk off 13th St. 378.7131 (|I- Student (l-it-115-p) k HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALSBY Ride a horse at TALI OAKS STABLE U
styles. Cliff Hall Printing 1103 N. Main. IOt.I08p) FOUND: ONE MALE IRISH SETTER WITH AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTALABILITYSTUDYINGMEMORYATHLETICS on hour miles. of trails also boarding 4''
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%i Engineer Howard these poets and I apparently have arrivedat I
i 1w Odum,known for his "net energy" theory, some similar conclusions," says Uni- +
will Join counter-culture poet Allen Gins- versity .of 'Florida graduate research
berg in panel discussion here Sunday at 8 professor Odum, an advocate of return to l
p.m. in University Auditorium.Also an essentially no-growth, "steady" econ-
on the"Energy and Consciousness"panel omy and a more agrarian society "This
I are "San Francisco Renaissance"poets program is an experiment in bridging the
Gary Snyder and Michael McClure. gap between science and the arts."
G Each quotes Odum in recent books of Nuclear physicist Harry Gomberg, pre-
HOWARDODUM poetry. Ginsberg's 1974 National Book sident of KMS Fusion,a research company ALLEN GINSBERG
UP Environmentalist Award winning "Fall of America" has a linking fusion with laser beam in Connecticut 1974 Book Winner
I long poem about life on his ecologically will Join the,"Energy and Conscious-
balanced farm in New York. ness" panel. sponsored by the University College and

"Using vastly different approaches, Odum maintains that total energy Arts and Sciences Student Councils, the
produced minus the energy needed to Board of College Councils, Public Func-
produce is the key factor as man tries to tions, and the Energy enter.
(IniveuiF meet future energy requirements.The \
panel is part of a week of Universityof Buddhist Scholar'
F Produced by the Division of Information I. Public- Florida campus activities'which begins
alien Services to communicate official not.cti with "Energy and Poetry"Saturday nightat
If at important the University information of Florida.to,ttudtntt, faculty & staff 8 p.m. at- Graham Pond: Ginsberg, Speaks MondayDr.
Snyder and McClure, as well as local
poets, will give dramatic readings of their .Hajime Nakamura,faculty of letters
Hits Record Enrollment poetry. dean at the University of Tokyo, will speak
on"Buddhist Ideas and Their Significancein
Monday Gomberg, Ginsberg, Snyderand the Contemporary World" .at 8 p.m.
McClure will speak to several classesin Monday in McCarty Auditorium. His talk
A&S High Honors poetry, American Indian literature,
Program inaugurates the Delton L. Scudder Lee
nuclear and nuclear
engineering physics.
tures in the Department of Religion,
I. Tuesday night Art Marshall, ecological
honoring the University's senior professorof
'Invites New ParticipantsHigh consultant and former director of applied religion, who served as chairman from
ecology at the University of Miami, will 1946 to 1972.Nakamura.
lecture in Room Cl-11 of the J.Hillis' Miller will discuss "Contemporary

Honors program of the College of seminars on student productions of Beck- Health Center at 8 p.m. Japan" at 3 p.m. in Room 122 of the J.
Arts and Sciences reached an enrollmentof ett's plays, treating games as artifacts of "Energy and Consciousness" Week is Wayne Reitz Union.
120 this quarter-the highest ever- culture and a way of determining economic r Best known in the west for his book on
and junior and senior students with a 3.5 and philosophical reality, student's "Ways of Thinking of Eastern Peoples:

average,are encouraged to apply now for invitations to the ten "most exciting" localor Engineering Faculty India, China, Tibet and Japan,". the
participation summer and fall quarters. regional personalities to participate in scholar delivered the official New Year's
Applications to take the three-quarter discussion, Science and Culture, and the Lecture this year at Japan's Imperial
program, consisting of a 4-hour seminar ways different civilizations have viewed Group Still ActiveThe Palace. Nakamura was a visiting professor -
each quarter for a total of 12 hours,may be mankind. at UF in 1961, and is now visiting
picked up in the Arts and Sciences College Florida Engineering Faculty Asso- professor at the University of New York in
office, 113 Anderson, or from High Honors The High Honors program received a ciation will be able to appear before the Buffalo.
Program Chairman Sidney Homan in 104 grant fall quarter from the Florida Public Employee Relations Commission Spanish Art
Bid*. D. Endowment for the Humanities (FEH) to ,next week as an intervenor in hearings to'
Dr. Homan noted that students in the present "Waiting for Godot" In Florida determine the appropriate unit ,for collective Dr. Pedro Villa-Fernandez, professor
program get to participate in planning the prisons and to discuss the play afterwardswith bargaining purposes,it was confirmed emeritus of Spanish, and pianist Marcia
next quarter's seminar topics and events. inmates. The High Honors program Thursday by Vice-chancellor Ken Bout- Abraham team up at 8 p.m. Monday in a
"Our summer program will be experiential also applied for and received a second well. lecture-recital commemorating the 100th
and relaxed, with student's making grant from FEH, which will fund a Boutwell said he did not feel the Board of anniversary of Spanish poet Antonio
most of the decisions on the various waysof conference in May dealing with the Regents "Memo" item stating that the Machado's birth. A reception follows the .(
learning that they wish to experience," relationship between punishment, and engineering group is "presumed,to have free public program in Room 120 of the '
said Homan. "Our program has literally justice. Psychologists, lawyers, Judges, dropped out" was in error at the time it Music 4Fee Building-
evolved into a corporation, with the prison administrators, theologians, social was circulated and repeated in the UF
students as shareholders. Students' havean workers and humanists from across the Digest. However, he said, the group is Deadline MondayStudents

equal voice in determining the guests, country are scheduled,to participate with eligible to appear as an intervenor. A
activities and program topics that we will High Honors students in the conference, University of Florida spokesman for the who have not paid all Spring
cover." which will have many events open to the group said it would definitely carry its Quarter fees (including $25 late fee) by
The community. case to the Commission next week. Monday will be dismissed from the
spring quarter Program includes University
University.

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apply for under faculty the Univer- The campus mail office in cooperation with the U.S. Post Office will provide cal, dental, and optometry schools for the
sity of Florida coverage new Life Insur- training sessions for offices on campus with heavy mailings. entering class of 1976. Sponsored by Alpha
ance Supplemental According to Otis Jones, UT Director of Auxiliary Services, many offices on Epsilon Delta and the Office of Preprofes-
Program
which has health requirements unaware of their eligibility for bulk-rate mailing and others do not sional Education, the conference will
) and does medical campus are
examination. not require a know of the daily courier service to Tallahassee, which provides an inexpensivemeans include speakers from the Medical and
of getting communcations to state offices within 24 hours.' Dental Schools to answer questions.
Employees choose either $5,000 or
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coverage initially, with the privi- and we're trying to help by providingthese
lege of increasing these amounts each mailings and handle them more" efficiently, Faculty Open Office
year until $30ooo worth of insurance has these information sessions.
session office representative should call S.E.
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employee's spouses ($5,000)) and children -. rJnresentative of the U.S. Post Office and an Auxiliary Services representativewiBicometo The Office of Academic Affairs will hold
Application($2,500)). ..' ;,' the office and provide"Instruction for employees. A film on mail Open Office Briefing for faculty today at 4p.m. .
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record on the books. goes against,U F's Jim Stites. Mites, the runner-up to Kozleskyin
Assistant Sports Editor National junior college indoor pole vault champ, Manny last >ear's SEC championships, was victorious against
Weatherbee, another FSU signee who attends Seminole, South Carolina with a toss of 233'.
Saturday's Florida Invitational track meet which will be brings a personal best of 16' into the competition1. Other Gator entries include Hesley Bostic in the 120 high
held at Percy Beard Field beginning at 2 p.m. could providethe Weatherbee ill go against UF's Will Freeman and John hurdles, Ellis Miller and Steve Ott in the high jump, and three
UF fans with a preview of future FSU-UF battles. Hochuli. rollers Kenny Prevatt and Neal Pyke. ,
HOCHULI WILL the Florida Track Club and TRACK TIDBITS Besides losing Don Merrick to FSU
Don Merrick,the national junior college champ in the 100 represent
and 220 yard dashes who just signed with FSU, will take on has vaulted 16'6". the Gators also let Winter Park speed burner Mike Roberson
UF's outstanding freshman sprinter Stanley Harris in the Lake City's national indoor mile champion Mark Johnson, slip away. Both 'men were very highly recruited by
{ featured match-up of the day. has run a 4:12: mile but he'll be severly tested by the FTC's UF. .Gator freshman Mike Sharpe,.will.notsee action this
HARRIS, A freshman from Daytona Beach, set a school Barry Brown and varsity members Steve Gomez, Par Wallin.. '.*, 'weekend.:The coaching staff has.decided that Sharpe should
record of 9.3 in the hundred last Saturday against ,South and Bill Hicks rest for a while Horace Tuitt, Noel Gray and Wimpy
Carolina. Merrick has run a 9.2. Olympian Bryon Dyce will head an 880.field which includes Alexander are still recovering from pulled leg
The pair will also go head to head in ,the 220 as Harris Phil Rolle of Miami Dade South. Rolle had clocked a 1:51.8: muscles. .'.Fletcher Lewis, the highly regarded long jumper
shoots for the UF record of 20.9 set way back in 1955. The 220 and Dyce is expected shoot for a sub-1:50: time. from the Bahamas, is not in school this quarter because of
mark, which is held by Bumper Watson, is the oldest track IN THE javelin FTC member and UF coach Tony Kozlesky academic difficulties.

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Pog 14, Friday,April 1': 1975 ', '

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UFfaces Auburn



By,MARK JOHNSON BUT IF the Gators can't a chance to win it," head
Alligator Sports Writer win the pennant themselves, coach Dave Fuller said. "The
they'll still have a chance to thing I'm trying to instill in
For the Gator baseballteam decide who will. Bruce Baker them now is to win every ball R

., the 1975 season has and John Chappell are expected game we play. If we can beat ,I hti.
boiled down to one word to start this weekend Auburn, maybe that will Ifw
pride. when the team takes to the provide a little fuel for us."
A2-7 Southeastern road tor a two-game rematch MOST OF THE phcto by John moron
Conference (SEC) record'puts with Auburn today and PLAYERS and coaches
FORMER PRO DRAFTEE JIM JOINER (SEE FEATURE BELOW)
the team squarely in last place Saturday. The Gators and however, seem to be con-
behind Tennessee ((4-0)), War Eagles split a two-game centrating on simply gettingout ,slump has contributed to Gator baseball woes

Georgia ((4.2)), Auburn ((4-3)), series at Perry Field last of last place and knockingoff lected by the team's disap- 'playoffs every ,year in high talked about was the SEC
Kentucky ((5-4), and Van- March, UF winning the first a few SEC contenders."I pointing season? school" said David Bowden championship. But most of
derbilt ((2-5)). Any combination contest 13-0, behind the think' it'J'no deep, dark "With kids
so many young now in his fourth season of these guys are freshmen, andthey're
of three Tennessee shutout pitching of John secret we're out of the con- it's hard to keep their attitude mediocrity at UF. "It really going to have a good
wins and UF losses will officially Chappell before Auburn took ference picture," coach down coach "
Jay Bergmansaid. makes this sickening team next year I can just
eliminate the Gators the second game, 7-5. Walker Swain said. "Since "We can help decide John Chappell, expected to feel it."
S from the race for the SEC 'You know there's such a big rivalry who's going to win' the be the leader of a freshman

title. mathematically we've still got between Auburn and Florida, conference, and 1 think this dominated pitching staff, is As for this 'year, though,
/4 1 think we'll go over there will be a challenge to the limping along with a 3-4 there's still plenty more
with the same attitude we kids." record and a 5.18 ERA The baseball to come for the
would have had anyway. We This year's frustrationshave fact that he will not be Gators. While the team has
can't win it ourselves, but taken on a special returning next year doesn'tease pretty much forgotten about
we'd like nothing,better thanto meaning for the six seniors on the situation. the SEC pennant they have
knock them off."' the team. For them,there will "It's really a heart.. not forgotten about winning,
AND HOW HAS the attitude be no "next year". breaker," he said. "Beforethe and about pride. Those
of the team been af- "WE WENT TO the state season, you know, all we things you never forget.



Hitter not hitting, among hitters I


have to say injuries and sickness were the main
,"Joiner said. "It's been one thing or another"
something you just can't explain" head coach Dave
Jim Joiner of the said. "He got off to a bad start, and that's a common

t -r:: IL_ Towe in a land is of I think, though, it's hung on a lot farther than he
Not only the and a lot farther than we expected.

warmer struggling we hadn't seen him in the fall', we would have never
w midway point in with him this long" Fuller said. "So if he can come
w hich features four now and pick up the slack,we'll be all right..
a ferocious, 284, : is as perplexed as anyone over his poor performance

you.Twice but until the hits start coming he's prepared to
drafted by
the storm.
long way down JUST AS disappointed as they (the coaches) are, but
School where he
I hit, I don't," Joiner said. "I. think they pretty much
from Seminole as 1 do. You've just got to go out there and swing the
'. as a sophomore. man."I'd day."
the fall
During know a guy who's as far along as he is,about all he can
hit .297 and led
go out there and take his swings'," Fuller added. "The
of'the
'
: thought big
Ii we.are working on is trying to get him not to take
'l..: Perry Field right
cut with two strikes. To me, this is the thing he needs'
drool with
.A delight. He's had a lot more strikeouts than he has in the past
"I 'E But Joiner has
f- ninth inning blast I don't think the pitching has been all that much better,"
<'A problem,though,may be as much psychological as it is
photo by bob, wool been victory.'about Except as' for It seems that platooning as designated hitter against

UF'S NO.3 PLAYER JOHN KUNNEN EVEN before pitching i leaving. Joiner" less than, completely
,
lost!singles match 6-3,6-J to Pepperdine's Chris for ( ; & ,
Gunnijfijj! )I t J:)ut teamed up with Jim Oescher for a wln'ln fall practice: :l(olf ) ''''THE" ;'FALV MS-competing for-the catcher.
the NcfrS'' doubles. Kunnen and the Gators face Gators' pre-season Joiner said. "That's what I was built for, that's
-a. I'm best at and what I'm "
home
most at at.
Kentucky and Tennessee on the road before returning "shoulder muscle ?

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"When I was catching this fall 1 felt a lot of confidence. I university event so everyone
was playing and catching every day, and even if it was for the except current varsity tennis
second team it didn't bother me," he said. "In high school I players are eligible. The
was a catcher and at Seminole I was a catcher, but since high deadline for sign-up is todayin
!school I haven't really caught. It's hard to accept. I guess. the IM office.In .
II M "THE COACHES HAVE been real good to me sticking sorority softball, AOPi
with me and showing me a lot of confidence," Joiner added. took first place in the Orange
f "If I don't do the job, I know they'll stick somebody in there League with an undefeatedseason.
semi who can. We've got plenty of guys on this team who can hit if 1 Tied for second placeare
I the aftftval'book&ecod don't." AD Pi and KAT.

But despite his disappointing statistics Joiner has been Sorority Blue League will
playing fairly regularly in recent weeks, and he's shown his have play-offs Sunday, April
thanks by upping his batting average nearly 40 points since 20 from 4-7 p.m. AEPhi,
last March. Who knows, the Gators' sleeping giant may ZPhiB, and SK will competefor
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The I injury which first.occuied on February 8 at the Mason. '' ,ANNOUNCES
Assistant Sports Editor Dixon Games has prevented Tuitt from competing ,in ,any The arrival of large.shipments of men's '
:i 'outdoor meets this season. It's doubtful if he'll even return in and women's spring and summer
Track coach Dave Adkins was putting the Gator middle time for the NCAA championships in June.
distance men through a routine afternoon workout. Mitchell "I've. pulled this damn muscle three times this year." said clothing. IM2 W.Univ.Av...
Goings and a young man from Trinidad were preparing to Tuitt looking disgustedly 'at the guilty left leg. "It's very in Rtnasslancc Fair ?
run a hard 220-yard dash. Most of the team had stopped discouraging. Man. I don't feel like running at all until next
practicing so they could watch the race.. !season."
Goings shot out to a quick lead and as the pair leaned into TUITT ISN'T used to being discouraged. Until now his
the curve, the sophomore was live yards ahead. Then, like a career had been one victory after another.
cheetah in hot pursuit of his prey the "Trinidad Terror" Two of the biggest wins came while at Essex Junior Collegein BROWARDRAWLINGSAREA
began to overtake Goings. New Jersey where Tuitt won the national 880 title two years
HORACE TUITTS long, graceful strides.drew oohs and in a row. Of course, some of the biggest names in college COUNCIL
aahs from his teammates.Tuitt proved himself the better man track Tennessee, U.C.LA., Villanova, Manhattan, and presents
that January afternoon. That is usually the case, he rarely Florida'were after his services.
experiences defeat. But Tuitt has finally met his match. A Tuitt became the most sought after trackster in the
pulled muscle. country.' DRY CELLARAn
"I 1 HAD narrowed it down to about five schools" recalled
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Tuitt. "But I knew that Florida had a chance to win the evening with live
national championship and the weather was really good
there." entertainment on
"Besides, schools like U.C.LA. had already won a

I. championship. Florida hadn't." FRIDAY APRIL 18
Tuitt wasted no time in helping guide the Gators to that
.. long awaited SEC championship. He won the 880 individualtitle ,
Fri and ran a leg on the Gator's mile relay squad which easily from
won the conference and later became national .champions. '
t, ".' ,- TUITTS ONLY indoor defeats came at the hands of the 9p.m. till 1 a.m.
i'tf'" incomparable Rick Wohlhuter, who was recently named the ,
'"Outstanding Amateur Athlete of 1974" by Track and Field
T Magazine. \ Beer, Cokes Popcorn$1.00wactivitycard
Wohlhuter whipped Tuitt in two head.tohead.battles.. .
p Q'Fri
; M9k2 "He's good, no doubt about it." Tuitt said."But I didn'trun
iG'kf _tp my best against him. I could have run a much smarterrace.
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TUITT IS the type of individual who is never satisfied with t .
his performance. Finishing second to probably the'world's top All Drinks Included L.
p 880 isn't Ut/-1/
man good enough. ..
However Wohlhuter is not the "Terror's" main concern at. I .it;,.. Hili I n I.!II 1 11//, ur 1 r I JI, :"
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even if it does means sitting out an entire season. <:
"A lot of people heard what 1 could do when 1 came here -- If f
but I never really had the chance.. Tuitt massaged his leg. If
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dream to be a nightclub singer and ends waiting
on tables in a sleazy, short order resttaurant. Before
long she's shacking up with a regular customer, Kris
Kristoffersonl 1, but in between, the audience get's a
pretty good look at the life of that unsung American
heroine the waitress.
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After she graduated from UF with a degree in When it comes to longevity records for
I physical education, Paula Anheim decided to go to waitresses,Mac's; Waffle House is the winner hands
work at the Primrose Inn since she could make down. Betty Goodman, who works mornings, has
more money as a waitress than as a teacher. And, 15 years under her apron strings and has slung
when it comes to tips, Paula claims she can pretty ,damn near enough grits to fill up Lake Alice. Mac's
well peg her customers by the way they order. may seem a bit cramped at times, but let's face it, '
Vlf they act like they know .what they're doing it's a Gainesville institution. Like Betty says; "It's a
} i } .and/ tell you exactly what they want, then it's okay. good place to come and tut the foot irL"
But, the more questions I have to ask the, the less'' "We get'em all here the high and the low,"
....u_... n._.. tip I get," she says. says Betty. "And if anybody starts fussing at us thenwe
After one-and-a-half years as a waitress, Paula fuss right back. I mean, if we didn't fuss back
With the advent of the mass, produced, quick. says there are two things that get on her nerves then they wouldn't feel at home."
serve hamburger, the "car hop" has become the about customers-waiting on a table of six peopleand
endangered species of the waitress world. But, having each of them ask her to recite the entire
Poppy Chapman quit her job as a bank teller so she dessert list. and men who insist on calling her
could go to work "on the curb" at Steak (n Shake."I "girlie."
eeally get a big kick out of it," says Poppy. "I K YIB---. tr.r.nru: ; n
never thought I'd see the day when I would be a
waitress, but I like being outdoors and meeting
people."

After four months on the job Poppy says she
hasn't yet come across a sure way to 'sort the big K ftFes'
tippers from the stingy ones. r
"You just can't tell. Some guys will talk and talk
and be real friendly, but after they leave you find ;n'ti ; st
out that they have stiffed you. And for girls, and
women, well, on the whole they just don't leave
.anything," she says.
According to Poppy, it doesn't do any good to go
overboard to try and butter up a customer.
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someone who jumps all over them and is all The Pizza Palace's loose, easy-going atmosphere -
fluttery and everything," she says. suits Marty Coleman just fine. She's the
But, beware. Poppy doesn't hesitate to use Q k pCtar' kind of waitress who will sit down at your table,
retaliation on rude customers. Her favorite weaponis talk awhile and generally get you good and
an "accidently" dropped hot fudge sundae., _. relaxed before you start your meal. And, best of all
she likes to push the house wine:,
"It's really different here," says Marty as she
Mary Martin stays pretty busy. Besides waiting on draws a draught for a guy at the bar. "everything is
t -4 fables five nights a week at Tony and Pat's, Mary is kinda off the wall. We don't have to wear uniforms,
1"a studying for a degree in human service and so it's not so much like work. And, if we want to geta
counselling a skill' that might come in pretty little loose on the job, well that's okay, too/'
handy for taking care of rowdy customers. For Marty, who has worked at the Pizza Palacefor
"We've got this one group that comes in here a little more than a year, the best aspect of
pretty regularly," says Mary. "They've got this being a waitress is having the daytime free. \
favorite song that they play on the juke box and "There's like a whole different crowd of people ..
whenever it comes'time' for this particular line, they who work at night and hang out in the day," says :.
all shout and throw their plates up in the air.", Marty, a self-proclaimed raquetball ff8iJjc.'lt's: likea
Nonetheless, Mary likes the Gainesville crowd separate world really. Kinda nice."
and says folks here tip better than in Miami where When she gets a night off, Marty likes to hangout .J
,1.. : she was previously a waitress. in other restaurants and be waited on herself. J
"People aren't as picky here. When they start "Yeh. I guess it's pretty easy to get into ordering
getting picky about little things, they you know, you 'other people, around sometimes," she says. "Justos"iong
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' The Jacksonville zoo story is a sad story. sustain life and warned that at the reduced feeding College Biological Park, Dr. Ray Giron, is getting to
It's a story about 900 animals and a city with too few levels the animals would not be able to resist diseasesor work closely with the animals. "Morale is bound to
people who really care what happens to them. It's the parasites.The deteriorate if all the keepers have time to do is feed, ,
story of a dying zoo. public's reaction was swift, vocal and over- clean and get out."
Zoos all over the country have been hit hard by whelmingly hostile. In the face of a growing numberof "The animals will be affected, too, Giron added.;
rising costs and the Jacksonville zoo is no exception. protests, O'Brien decided to return the animals to "First, the keepers no longer have time to spend with
Last year the zoo went into the red to the tune of normal feeding levels. The food rationing lasted less the animals, getting to know them and learning about
$32,514. Operating expenses were up 22 per cent than 'a month and,O'Brien conceded that the plan their habits. The animals notice when they are getting
during the year while revenue increased by only 8.5. "didn't work too well; it was a bad move." less attention and they even become. lonely."
per cent. While the feeeding incident generated a lot of local "At a good zoo the keepers will make themselves
The biggest cost increase was for feed. During the publicity it represented little more than the prologueto available to talk to the visitors, answer their
year the cost of the animal's food jumped 30 per cent the zoo's story of cutbacks, poor management and questions," Giron said. "That sort of thing suffers,
while personnel costs went up 23 per cent and ser- neglect. too, when the keepers are overworked.
vices increased by 26 per cent. The zoo operates on an annual budget of $805,000.The Another way O'Brien plans to cut, expenses is by
Each month the zoo allots $6,500 for feeding the City of Jacksonville provides $325,000 of that eliminating "excess"animals. The "excess" animalswill
animals, but the money rarely lasts the full 30 days. amount. The rest comes from admission fees ($1.25 either be sold or given to other zoos. But given
This year, the cost of feed alone may top100000. for adults), concession profits, gifts and membershipin the present economic squeeze, few zoos have money
For example,taking a hippo to dinner for a year puts a the Zoological Society, the group t that runs the zoo. to purchase additional animals.
$3,500 dent in the zoo's budget. As part of an effort to reduce zoo expenses O'Brien Most modern zoos breeding
Last month the Jacksonville Zoo became the fired 20 people third of the encourage programsand
,centerof a zoo's employes. The in the past, the Jacksonville Zoo has been proudof
an, as yet,.unfinished controversy which developedfrom greatest percentage of fired workers came from the its own effort In this line. The zoo has 10 rare, black
an attempt.by the zoo's top administrator, Rear groundskeepers and animal trainers and have sub- jaguars, nine of which have been bred and born in
Admiral (Ret:) Leslie O'Brien, to save money. O'Brien sequently left the zoo extremely shorthandedOne Jacksonville.
ordered an overall 10 per cent cut in feed costs. But in of the remaining employers said everyone is Breeding the animals in has the advantage
capitivity
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preserving the supply of that particular
food cut by as much as 50 per cent. physically exhausted," he' said. species in the wild whilp still allowing large numbersof
The zoo's veternarian, Dr. George Yopp, said the' Part of the joy of being an animal keeper, ac- people to familiarize themselves with the animals.
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artificial conditions a zoo environment. That's why financing) solvency on help from the city. It has asked crisis has torn' the zoo apart. Morale is low and talk, of
when a zoo is successful, breeding a rare animaisuch the city for an additional $92,000 to tide it through the plans for future improvements has been shelved In
as the black jaguar,it usually tries to promote the rest of the year. The city's share of the current zoo favor of talk of present survival.
production of as many animals as possible. budget is $325,000. Jacksonville has never had a top notch zoo like San
O'Brien has said, however, that animal breedingcan Next year zoo officials predict they'll need even Diego or St. Louis or Washington D.C. But it hasn't
no longer be encouraged. Last year one of the larger infusions of city money if they are to survive. A been a bad zoo either. Now, unless the zoo gets a
top priorities at the zoo was the construction of an half million dollars is the figure mentioned most major transfusion from the city, It may become the
animal care center for newborn and ailing animals. often. scene of a tragedy.,
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: ?" the ad- Rule number two: "Do what I say. Don't think aboutit "It sounds silly," she says, blushing down to her'
: $ or some energy it just do it," he says. "Life's a game and you rip waist-long braids.
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,wza1 problems:"' Randy "Look at the person across'from you, study him, and singing about "coke bottles and pepsi bottles and 7up 7- ,
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..,.;. .. played ,' he's doing in you? "Just 'pick a name, write it down," Randy says. water. And I'm' gonna take all these empty bottles and
I'' toiler|| of phone calls Resurrection,brothers and sisters! The stangers are put'em.in the tub and fill'em With warm water the
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I 4 I1f4 trying to s, expectations. Each person stands and gives his new name and his "Gonna fill all those bottles' with that warm, warm
.. # < last minutes ot expectations of the weekend. Cloud, Moon, Star, John water. All with the same water. .Now what if ol''
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you ? working together what it did for my son. I've' come to find that hap WARM WATER, the congregation sings. Eyes closed,

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( that wails, pulling going to happen between all of us this weekend, and become the warm, warm water."
to soon to become I hope I can be part of it./"' Another rule: No sex during the intensive. The
Empty square box "My new name is' Truth. HELPIIII" she screams relieves some of the fear. Bodies come together,
s fireplace and standing near a wall with her eyes squint shut, fists at groping blindly towards the center of the room.
"Pure st stis Living Love Way to her sides. Touching, caressing, fingers explore curves, bumps,
dead, ''Truth' ?" Randy says softly, "Come here. What's-' holes, hair. .
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harassing way without their bluejeans and levi) shirts. demand programmed into our minds by our society, the sweat-glistening bodies in rhythm with the chant.;
Stark naked. Randy says. But there is no sex during the intensive. Freezel! Silence, meditate, let the energy rise feel it
WatcH. Men line one side of the room. Women on Without the threat of sex there is freedom from Insecurities flowing up from ,your center throughout your body,
the other up against the wall. Randy stands in the and from the fear to love. Randy tells the Randy says '
center, a slender dark nude draped with his guitar. He two sides to get their sleeping bags and sack out. "Link up in a circle," he says. "The rongregation is
starts pushing buttons. 'The rule about no sex I A few hours pass in dark crumpled sleep. Feet on assembled.( What time is it?"
think maybe we should change it. Let's hear what the heads, arms on strangers'stomachs, 38 bodies ent- NOWI the ,congregation shouts.
congregation has to say./* wined on the floor. Buuwoongl Buuwooongi The 'Where are we?"
For this game, each person stands naked before the gong cries at daybreak. Bodies squirm inside cotton HERE BROTHERI! it says. Here now, the essence of
group and voices his opinion: Should sex be allowedor cocoons. "Everybody upl" Randy says. "Put your gear the exercise. Most of the group has experienced the
prohibited during' the intensive. Then tell why. away and take five minutes for a shit. Meet back quiet of the heart by pushing through the headspaceof
Insecurities surface. Two groups form. here." the rational mind.
One side says it would get up tight if other people Watch. Chaotic Meditation, a way to break throughthe Saturday's exercises deal with unconditional ac-
had sex _because t that would disrupt consciousness limited consciousness of the rational mind, ceptance of the here now, or "how to love the atomic
growth and feelings of unity and love for everyone. blindfolded. First 10 minutes bounce on your toes, bomb' Randy says. "Modern technology has
Most of the other side says it doesn't want to have sex, panting like a rabbit through your nose. The gong progressed to the point where man's survival dependson
but doesn't care if others do. clangs. "Become a breathing machinel" Randy his love.(unconditional acceptance) for his fellow
Randy plays the inquisitioner, demanding people shouts. "Keep going, keep going, push through man. An evolution is taking place. All over the world
accept responsibility for their opinions.. He disintegrates push throughl"! people are realizing the love trip is the only way.
their ration lrzations. Legs numb, sweat drips down bodies bouncing. "Real love is simply accepting the other person,"
One character at a time, the debate takes hours. Angel listens to the voice in her head drown in Randy says. The key is to love yourself, to realize you
Watch. Some people change sides whenever the exhaustion. Push through into 10 minutes of physical are enough you are the master of your own life -
reasoning best covers their fears of insecurity and release, let go of your body with your rational mind, and only you can free yourself of your emotion-
rejection. Randy says. Turn your body loose to its own motion. backed demands and end all suffering and unhap-
Then white-whiskered Da asks, "What, is this 'sex' Listen. Fists and feet thwacking floors, walls. piness. '
we are arguing about? Is it naked embrace? Is it Madhouse wails, animal cries Angel wonders: Is Listen- a parable from a Zen Master-The Tigers
kissing a woman's tits? Is it masturbation? What about there so much pain inside these strangers? They makeno and the Strawberries. The master is pursued by two
finger fucking? Homosexual love?" joyous sounds. snarling tigers who want, to eat him. He runs until, he
Randy says you don't have to define sex. He Stopl Next 10 minutes jump in place, repeating the ,comes .to a cliff. The tigers close behind him, he has
describes it as a change of feeling,a desire. Finally he mantra who-who-who-who-who-who, from the gut, no choice except to jump or be devoured. He jumps
hits the people with the,game they've been playing from the soul center. "Feel it pound down your spine off the edge and catches hold of a skinny branch on
throughout the evening and their lives. "We make sex like a hammer with ,each blast," Randy says. Push the side of the cliff.A few feet above him, the hungry
something special We set up demands on ourselvesand through, push through! push through. Making the tigers growl, waiting to eat him should he climb back
our partners, and suffer when we don't live up to sound wipes out thought, obliterates memory, leavesno up. Below him on a ledge are two more tigers,
our expectations; of performance. Sex-why should,: it desire to ponder the future. To want to stop means awaiting his descent.
mean anything more or less than taking a shit?" only you have /lot. The master looks at the branch that he holds for life,
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something else catches his eye. Growing out of the accept everyone unconditionally, realize I cause my ,- a I fQrMaN
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Randy Whichever them for with all sorts of useful liquids. You save
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as one unconditionally accepts
consciousness to is up to you you are the master of oneself. the price of packaging. And we both save the precious

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reason why Larry Bigman saves them either. youpendstory ; !
Comic book collecting has been Larry's hobby since .
he was 14-years old. Now'20, Larry is a heavy in the .,.. .
subculture of comic fandom, and he owns some of the /
rarest comic books in the world. t .,
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fortress guarding Larry Bigman's special treasure.Larry by allan t .
enters the bank from the rear. Sesame style metal I / .
doors on an elevator slide open and Larry descends photography by I'oh' '
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woman downstairs, and signs the iaKe-out card. It's' ,
like going to the library.' But what an expensive Larry says "When I was' very little I was really into salt knows the landmarks in comic book history.
library. A three-foot thick metal door is on Larry's monster movies. This was before I really' started Landmark Number one came with "Action 1". and
right as he passes through an obviously bulletproofglass reading comics. A friend of mine was reading comics the Introduction of Superman that time Superman
door. then. I got hooked too. couldn't fly, just leap tall buildings.This .
The room shines from the reflection of the 'vail thatIs "It's obviously escapism, but I don't see it that way was the time of Captain America, Captain
made up of hundreds of metal rectangles,each witha now. Now my major interest is the art in the comics.I'm Marvel;the early Batman, Green Lantern and Flash -
number on them. Larry walks' to the southeastcorner looking at the ability of the artist to tell a story In "The Golden Age of Comics." Also published in this
of the vault to rectangle No. 2397 and hands successive pictures." era was '"Crime Does Not Pay," the first crime comic
his ,key to the woman following him.A When Larry began collecting comics, he says, book in 1943.Landmark .
large safe deposit box is withdrawn and taken "What I was doing was buying them off the stands Number two came about 1950 with
from the vault. Within are displayed Larry's most with the intention of keeping them. I was really hot publication of "E.C. Comics." Though at the time,
valuable comic books the books that place him into Marvels and that's what I really wanted." they were known for their horror comics, they
among the higher rungs of comic book collectors. Marvel's are not on his collection lists anymore published true-to-life comics with social statements.
Deftly and ever so gently the microbiology studentat (except for a select few). He mainly seeks "Golden One social statement, for example, was 'in "Shock
the University of Florida, withdraws "Action Comic"No. Age"comics those that were published up until t elate Suspense Stories" No. 13, i in March of 1954. The story
1 from its polyethelene bag. "Action ]J" is the "40s", dealt with a ,man hassling another man literally to
prize of comic book collecting. It began the "Golden Serious collecting began for Larry when he death because his grandmother was a Negro. After
Age of Comics" in 1938 with the introduction of acquired a copy of "Rocket's Blast Comic Collector"an the harassed mlan killed himself the other man
Superman, the first costumed hero with super powers.A early Fanzine. A Fanzine is a publication aimed at learned his life had been saved when he was young,
visitor looks through the comic. Suddently, "Don't comic book collectors. It has articles about by a blood transfusion from, a Negro. '....
flip itl"! Larry reaches for the comic. "I 1 can see a flip superheroes and new comic books. Larry collects You might say 1954 wasn't really the safest time to
coming from a mile off."Larry explains that flipping a Fanzines, also make such social statements, due to the McCarthy
comic with thumb and forefinger could leave bends in Larry complains about the comic books on today's "witch hunts." You'd be right. In 1954 a psychiatrist,
the comic's pages lowering the value of the $3,600 market. He says there are too many and most lack Dr. Fredrick Wertham published the book, "Seductionof
comic book. That's what "Action 1" is worth. Inflation quality. the Innocent." Using E.C. Comics (as well as
has hit everything including comic books. "I 1 personally don't think there's a hell of a lot of others) Werjham cited comic books to be a major
Money isn't everything though that's not why potential in super heroes. And I don't think the futureof cause of delinquency in, America. His somewhat
Larry collects comics. Larry complains about comics is in super hereos," Larry says. novel (and comical) charges brought him before the
newspaper stories centering on the money aspect of! lorry writes for "The Menomonee Falls Gazette," A Kefauver Committee, a Congressional committee
comic book collecting, though 'it has ceen money that Fanzine about comic strips: "Perhaps what is most investigating. juvenile l -d n' quency. As anoulshoof of
has brought comic book collecting into the limelight unsettling about most contemporary heroes is not these hearings the Comic, Book Code Authority was
recently. It is'money that makes Larry store his more their lack of character, if indeed one can say they established in 1955 and subsequently the "Code for
valuable comic books (a small part of his collection) have any, but the sameness of that which is, In. editorial_. raaltt,, This, code strict-regulations_
in, a bank vault, because the value of comic books has evidence. The failure of superheroes to be able to be against the portrayal of explicit crime or sex. It also
shot up in the past five years. And it has been more real, so to speak, is due to their writers' reliance on regulates costumes and dialogue and, in fact,
for material." specifically forbids the of the words."horror" and
use
,money that has brought comic book collecting to a the powers story
respectable place alongside other hobbies of As if to justify the glut on the comic book market "terror" in titles.
collection.My Larry says, "It seems to me, now more than anytime But during this time came another landmark; the
friends back in '65 The Fantastic Four, since the 1940s and 'SOs, the publishers are gropingfor beginning of comic book fandom. This was in
Spiderman were The Mighty that one comic book In the sky that will sell better response to "E.C. Comics" and was In the form, of a
Dr. The
Avengers
Strange, book." few short-lived Fanzines in 1953. 'There
Thor Stan than any other ,comic wouldn't be
and other comic book characters created by
Lee from Detective No. 33. December, 1939: another surge,of fans until the next landmark In comic
editor of the Marvel Comic Group. They werelarry's
"Criminals/ are a superstitious cowardly lot, so my books.
friends, tOOt and both he and I began collecting disguise must be able to strike terror into their hearts. Stan lee had been editor of the Marvel Comic

comic book's because of them. of 1 must be a creature of the night, black, terrible, a, a Group since the '40s. Little new in the comic world
The a
"Marvel Age" of the 60s was part ...As if in answer a Huge Bat flies in the open window had happened since E.C.. Comics went under in the
Larry,
and resurgence of comic book popularity, explains A Batl! That's ifIt's/ an omen.// shall become a BAT.. early 50s. Something new was needed., The comic
collecting.
coincided with serious comic book '67 And thus born this weird figure of the ,dark., This book market was glutted with a variety of comic
I in ,
saved comics after I stopped collecting '
my of evil. The Batman, books, none were too good. -y
not dreaming of the enormous value (to me anyway) avenger Comic books have changed, a great deal. since So Lee sat down 'with Jack Kirbyf an artist, and
they would some day gain. I had the first editions of "Funnies on Parade," the first with the modern comic published in November 1961, "Fantastic Four" No )I.A I.
most of the early Marvel Comic Group and sold them, book format, was published. The dialogue especially, resurgence of comic books began in what is knownx'trfi

t't to lorry years first' edd later In he Gainesville.' I was, Into..escapismwheh'.rlf .................. ; J.i;. .. !m Mfe! : .!:; tO! :!.? ; i. : l r1
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,'. the Introduction of human characteristics in his In 1970 the comprehensive "Comic Book Price The sun is low on the horizon, almost/ hesitant, casting
super,heroes. Guide" was published. It had 228 pages without 'a murky gloom over the impersonal towers of the
About the same time, Jerry Bails and Roy Thomas, advertising, but by 1974, it had 'expanded to 452 world's most congested Island. All is dark.all. is gray.
published "Alter Ego," the first major Fanzine in the pages, without advertising. Larry helps put the guideout As far as Spider-man is concerned, the dawn fits his
'60s aimed at comic books and advertisements of and is one of the price consultants. The 1970 mood exactly.
persons seeking to buy or sell them. guide shows inflation has hit comic books. In 1970 'C'mon hero,- cheer up, things,can't be that bad
Things snowballed after that. More Fanzines were "Action No.,"In the best condition,was worth $300. can they? You wanna bet? Maybe I'm exaggeratingbut
f published, by anyone who could get a ditto machine The 74 guide lists it at$2,800 and the new guide soon it seems to me I get more than my share of life's
and a, typewriter. And in 1964 the first successful to come out, is expected to list it in the neighborhoodof little burdens. Not only do I have'to cope with a world
comic book'conventions were held in Detroit and New $3,600. that wants to kill me as Spider-man-buf,"I've. also gotto
,York.( Since then conventions have'occurred regularly .From "Marvel Team-up No. 34, )1975: deal with some simply mind-boggling problems as
throughout the country and they have become a "A cold dawn in late February. Tendrils of mist' drift Peter Parker.'". '
major outlet for comic book collectors and dealers. west from ,the East River like white fingers of frost. Don't we all, SpidermanXRacquetball
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The Independent FloidaAlligator "oh r by ( omnpus Communications in( Gansv'll Fodo Not ofiolly assrx,o$.d w,* the Un'vertdy of MIondo FR lii APHID. 13,1975 V OL. 67,. NO. 16 $15.4 million budget additionstands By BRIAN JONES AllIgate. StalffWriter An additional 515.4 million added to next year's university system budget was upheld late Thursday despite efforts to cut the budget additions. The education subcommittee of the House Appropriations committee stood by its earlier action adding 144 million including the $15.4 million for universities -to Goy. Reubin Askew's proposed education budget. The additional money, if left in the budget, could provide university faculty with cost of living salary increases next year, APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE Chairman Ed Fortune. D-Pace, asked the education subcommittee to reduce its budget additions by 113 million. "The subcommittee is going to recommend no change." subcommittee member Rep. Richard Hodes, D-Tampa. said after the special subcommittee meeting. Hodes, said the subcommittee is justified in rejecting Fortune's request for a li3 million cut in Its proposed budget because that figure is nearly the same as education's share of 122 million the legislature plans to provide for cost of living increases next year. Although the suboommitte. will argue that its bigger budget is justified because of the cost of living increases. Hodks said the Board of Regents wouldn't be required to use funds for salary increases. "THAT'S A MATTER FOR the Board of Regents to decide," Hes said. State University System Chancellor Robert Mautz has already said his first commitment is to fund about 250 faculty positions which aren't funded in Askew's budget proposal. The subcommittee's bigger budget must win the approval of the entire appropriations committee before it can be sent to the house Aar debate. Modes said he "can't predict' if the budget additions will hold op in the main appropriations committee. but said the subcommittee will argue for its increased budge. ALL THlE OYlHER APPROPRIATIONS subcommittees reported budgets that were smaller than Askew's. Hodks said, leaving education standing alone asking for an increase. Included in the subcommittee's 515.4 proposed addition to the universities budget are: About 15.3 million for salaries; 12.7 million for utilities cost; Slightly over SI million for graduate fellowships, which were not funded in Askew's budget. The source for the additional universities funds would be 15.3 million from state revenue and 510.1 million from increased "incidental Income," primarily provided from the proposed higher tuition plan. THE APPROPRIATIONS committee is scheduled to discuss the budget next week. The education subcommittee of the Senate Ways and Means committee. which is studying Askew's education budget to make its own recommendations, is not expected to make Its report until next week. E velyn Wood' s speed reading 5, by UF expert Theaveageliterate American reads at 252.6 words per Evelyn WodReading Dynamics boasts of studentsradg .4 in excess of 3.0W0 words per minute and the average student S .nceasing redn aemr hnsxtmso oabout2,0 I)weeds per minute -and ti sdon with an average five per nnicent gain in comprehension. ThIS IS IMPOSSIDLE, according to many reading experts O and Dr. Garr Cronney Jr., director of UP's Reading and Study Skill Center. Cranny said studies have shown that it is "physiologIcally Ill impouuible" to read more than 9Xi words per minute. Craneysaid the high reading rate is impossible because of teamount of time it take, to focus on the word, go to the next word and return to the bqmining of the next line. "Anything beyond that is just skimming and scanning. It is. just catching key words for the general idea of the material," CiR nnSAID ithad also benproven that -srt increases, there reaches a point where comprehension dEvelyn Wood instructor. Ron Bertolami, a doctors student Z i Eastern philosophies at UCLA. said the brain has the -physical potential of understanding WS000 to 1W0,0 words per minute. 0 ~ He said that it is not necessary to focus on every word and Evelyn Wood's method is based on the idea of.a "soft focus" Iii which expands the reading vision so that the eye can see large areas of print. W"This helps the student to break the habit of "sub~ vocalizing" or hearing every word mentally. As the student morns his finger down the papeat increasingly faster rates, his -eyes must keep pace by taking in larger groups of words." Z Biertolami said. Z Cranney said research has shown that it is not possible to Q O read large groups of words, or whole paragraphs ma a fitice. "The eye can focus wily on -n Inch of print at a time cen4y which is geneualiy two or three words. Teaching speed fl through eye span as not a well validated procedure and I. not I.'.
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P.2.Th.Ind.ind.p. den*A M rtde Aiig ot, fN day, Ap ii it, 1975 Cambodian nightmare finally ends tUPI)Victorious Khmer Rouge Io-ces set up a Revolutionary Liberation Conimittee in the heart of IhePhnon, Penh Thursday and demanded that generals and officials ot the defeated Cambodian government report to it under white flags of surrender. Most appeared to have fled. The black clad rebel Khmer Rouge forces, some riding in captured American-nmade jeeps, took over the capital earlier Thursday proclaiming. "we enter Phnom Penh as conquerors." Their leader pledged the new regime would be neutralist and would not allow foreign bases on Cambodian territory. Phnomn Penh's defense commander,. President Ion Nol, and senior monks heeded the rebels' orders and went Ministry to give up. official radio Phmnom the brother of cxfroni large pagodas to the information Pemmi said. WASHINGTON (UPI -A Federal jury acquitted former Treasury Secretary John Connally late Thursday of charges he took a SI0.0) bribe for helping to persuade President Richard Nixon to raise price supports for raw milk. Connally, who had bee, reading a bible while the jury deliberated six hours and 45 minutes, sat motionless as the jury foreman stood and said in a calm voice: "We find the But sketchy reports reaching Saigon said most members of the former Phnomi Pent, regime fled by plane and helicopter. some to Thailand and some to set up an anti-Communist tesistaqee base outside Phnom Penh. The victorious rebel forces spurned government oiffrs Wednesday to negotiate a cease-lire so they could enter Phoom Penk in triumph. The jubilant insurgents fired shots into the air as they marched or rode in their captured jeeps through the streets am idst a sea of white flags. The capture of Plmnom Penh ended niote than five years of war that devastated Cambodia and took the lives of a quarter million persons. Scattered pockets of government resistance remained in the provinces, however, and it was speculated sonic government and military leaders had fled then to try to organize some resistance. defendant not guilty." Connally's wift Nellie nodded her head and whispered,"Oh, thank you." Connally. a former Texas Governor and once touted as a a Presidential candidate. was one of only a lsandful of persons to be freed of charges among the more than 50 accused of Watergate-related crimes. More money for schools okczyed TALLAI-ASSEE.FLA. (UPI)-A House appropriations subcommittee, following views of Commissioner of Education Ralph rurlington refused to follow a request Thursday to cut 313 million from the proposed public school budget. House A ppropriations Committee hairmnan Ed Fortune, D-Pace. had asked the subcommittee to reduce the school budget by 513 millionas means ot findng 522 million to flund cost-of-living pay raises for state employs. 'If you adopt this recoinmendation, you will take money from local school districts to put in the pockets of einployes in Tallahassee," Turlington told the subcommittee. "It is your responsibility to see that public education is funded fairly'." .w ans oreschoo oney FD LE s noo ping isn n' illegal, Askew states TALLAHASSEE, FLA. (UPII-Department of Cniminai Law Enforcement files on public officials may be "too infrentiat and too peripheral." but they aren't an abuse of authority or invasion of privacy. Gov. Reubin Askew said Thursday. instructions" to agents, but said some type of information gathering on public officials is proper. Aske, said he has never ordered Troelstrup to investigate legislative leaders,including House Speaker Don Tucker, and that the probes he did order involved public officials facing charges of criminal conduct to determine if they should be suspended from office. H ouse comm. pus hes for end to boby soles T A Lb A H S S E F L A .( U P I ) -T h e H u s e e a th a n d Market Baby Sale' practices, voted Thursday to require all adoptions tobe handled by licenced child placement agencies. The committee voted 12-3 for bill (HB 1232) banning attorney fees ranging as bighi as 10,000 to 515.000 for placement of illegjtiuate children whoae unmarried mothers seek an informal arrangement with a couple wanting a baby and willing to pay. The i l w o uldre qu readoptipn age ci s to be licensed by cDaniens ea Market ON TIE'NVOLVU WE'VE0 HOVEDDE 1 "" -4 su s PWplB -grape jlsce ad 18rnon tWIG1in Concert, Ask us about the other improvements """"e"" 'ms.ome.l.--mne on our Volvo 240 models. HA RFRED A UTO IMPORTS "A e 3793 3 Jetneltra JEWRRY MADE TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS y SNLE n all ni ed jewelry Thurs., Fri., Sat. April 17th, 18th & 19th. 372-2454 815 W. Univ. Ave. 10 AM -6 PM This space brought to you because of too much space Connally is acquitted of bribery larry Autt

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The lndependentflovd.a Algaor, Fdoy April II, 1975, Page 1 Candidates gear up for Wednes day s run-off By LESLIE GOLAY Alligator Staff Writ.r Candidates for three top Student (hncrnment positions, who will he in a run-off Wednesday, April 23. have announced tilat they will be running "twice as hard." A run-ott will be held between Action party and Florida Student party for the presidential-vice presidential ticket, the treasurer's office and the chief justice of the Traffic Coon., BYRON PETERSEN, 3LW, was the only candidate of the top five positions who won the Honor Court chancellor scat with an overwhelming victory of 2,810 votes. In the pmeidenti.I-vice presidential race, a run-ott w Il he heid beitween Jim Eaion-Lhmn Lobeck. Action. 2,78 IS'otes and Alyce McAdam-Bubba H-uer-ta. Florida Studet. ,237 votes, I he two parties w.ho did not make the presidential run-oils were. Ross Thonipsonliene Young, Grassroots %63 votes, and Richard"Alfredo Fettucini"Snyder-Anthony Caminite, 8S7 votes. The run-ott for the treasurer's office is between Caleb Grimes, Action. 2,291 votes. and incumbent Treasurer Greg Sherman,. Florida Student. 1.489 votes. TWO CANDIDATES who did not make the treasurer run-offs are Anthony Lombardy. Grassroots. 1.179 votes, and Jamie "Hynan Voter turnout among decade Wednesday's campus election drew 22 per cent of UF's student body to the po11s, and candidates and election officials are ciming renewed "enthusiasm" in campus politics. However, a survey ol UF elections in the last decade shows this year's turnout ranks only seventh 'nice 1965 and taIls 16 per cent below the ten-year average. THE ,TURNOUT this year. although comparatively light, was the highest since 3972, when Sam Taylor was elected student body president. Scott Simmons, director of elections, said the turnout was "great." He attributed the increase to a low-key atVOTER 7VRNO~ IN SG PRESIDENTIAL i -fl "'p. 1~ (,.oldbherg k liaii ITndepenfdEtl Fl-imiilv pdrt S 1 'ote Ihtrun-ott for I ralit ( ouri chief pustice race is bet,,een Sue Connelly. Action. 2.230 'otes. and Bob Liodgren. FloridIa Student 1.668 votes. Those itho did not make the Traffic Court chief justice run-otfs were. Gary Shaclhat. Grassroots. 925 votes, and Arthur "Luga Brazern Schwartz. 844 votes. According to these figures 5.805 of 26.300 students enrolled at UF voted in the presidential race. The following figures show how each presidential candidate did in each college. In first year University College (UiC). Eatons lowest mosphere which didn'tt turn people ott-. "The larger turnout was caused by a combination of things, such as Richard Snyder's (Independent "Famiily" candidate) campaign. good weather, low-key campaigning and personal contact by the candidates." Simmons said. FIGURES SHOW THAT 5.805 out of 2630 sentsen"rolle"d this quarter voted Many candidates said they thought the higher student interest was due to clean campaigning and a broader choice of candidates to chose from than iin past elections. R EADER'S R EDRESS In Wednesday's Alligator it was reported Betty Fasold won the Honor Court justice seat in the college of Physical Education. Barry Fasold won the Honor Court justice ,eat. it was also reported that Anjali would present a tree performance of Indian classical dance Thursdayy night at 8:15. Anjali will The Alligator regrets the errors. t oht-k. b4ti. Mt Atamn Hucria 232 .Ihumphon -Younrg. I 35, ,indl Snyder tdfmmTitC. 109. IN SECOND YEAR UiC. Eaton-Lobeck P54: McAdam-Huerta. 272, ThompsonYoung, 185: Snyder-Caminite. 136. In the college ot Agriculture. EatonLobeck, b2. Thompson-Young. 46; McAdamHuerta, 45; and Sinyder-Camitie. 26. In the college of Architecture and Fine Arts. Earon-Lobeck. 88; Snyder-Caminite. 79, McAdam-Huerta, 50: and ThompsonYoung. 44. In the college of Arts and Sciences. Eaton Lobeck. 315; McAdam-Huerta, 211: Thompson-Young. 203; and SnyderCanminite. ISO. EaonLoeke.24;Snyder-Caminie,-8; MAdamn-Huerta.,83. and Thompson-Young, IN THE COLLEGE OF Education. EatonLoheck, 113; McAdam-H-uer-ta, 53. Ihompson-Young. 39; and Snyder-Caniinte 17 In the college of Engineering, EatonLobeck, 178, Snyder-Caninite, 104. hompson-Yoong, 89, and McAdamn-Huerta 56. In Ihe college of Forestry. MeAdam1-uerta. 13; Eaton-Lobeck, 12; ThompsonYoung. ; and Snyder-Can n~e.s 6. Et Loheck, 161: Fhompson-Young, 64: McAdan,-Huerta. 59, and Snyder-Caminite SI. IN THE COLLEGE of Medicine. Eatonlobeck. 61; Snyder-Canmitite. 45; ThompsonYoung. 30; and MeAdamn-Huerta, 27. In the college ol Law, Eaton-Lobeck, 136: McAdam-Huerta, 100: Snyder-Caninite. 72; and Thompson-Young. 42. In the college of' Physical Education. Eaton-Lobeck, 42, McAdam-Hjuer-ta, 37: lhompson-Young, II; and Snyder-Cantmite. ini DflUHp ISCOMeN AP~il3 APIL APIL D*R NTT 242 *nvr yAIloru UorhUno Lw U:0 p 27 2U2 0M Y' A A .R ar APRL2 9APRI7B L APRL 26 OJ aAC INALSOU~

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Pug. 4 lhp Indep.M.' flihA ilgaor. Micd. Apr$I I I, 1975 Fate of border freshmen hinges on ques tionnaire By STUART EMMRICHI Alligator Staff Writer A ppro x ma (ely I .Xxi high school seni(,rs hi he denied UF admission next tall may have he option to enter sumnmer quarter instead,. but cnly it the idea is not too lxopular I' I Executi'c Vie President Harold I liison said [hursday he had directed Richard Whitchead, Udirector ot ad m sinsn. Iimiai the senior questionnaires, to Tmlasuire their response to the summer ad mission altertlative. THE DECISION TO otter the possible jiternative came after a Wednesday meeting between Hanson and Robert Bryan. interim lice president of academic affair,. Bryan had earlier expressed rcservatiuts about the summer admission proposal because UF summer budgets have already been slashed by 17 per cent to deal with a cuthack in state education lunds this year. Because ol the limited summer budget, Whitehead explained a large number of lavorable responses to summer admission would probably mean theoption would not be feasible WHITEHEAD SAID A decision had not Net been made on exactly how many students could he handled in the summer A final decision would probably he put off until the responses started to came in. he added. He emphasized the students were being specifically told in the letters that summer admissionn '.as only a possibility and might not he available. "We are doing our best to try and help these students who want to conic to Uf", but who will not be able to come in the fall because of an enrollment cap limiting the number of entering Ireshmien to 2.cXX). Whitehead said WHITEHEAD SAID THE letters inIornming students they ,.nuld not hbe admitted in the tall. but may be able to enter in the summer, w il he sent out later next w.eek I he deadline bor responses wAould probably he two weeks hitter the letter' are sent out, he said. Summer admittance for high school ,tudenis w.ho scored in the 30th wo 40th percentile on their Florida Senior Placement I est was suggest ted last week by Hanson as ne w.ay to comply with the state legislature's mandate to boost summer enrollment. THE STATE universities were told by the legislature 'even years ago to take measures to increasee enrollment during the summer quarter to better utilite facilities. But with only three years left on the ten year probation period, the Board of Regents have recently discussed mandatory summer admissions for students as a way to implement the legislature's directive. Among the proposals being considered by the regents is a tee charged to students who opt not to attend during any of the summer terms while they are in school. HANSON SAID LAST vweek offering summer admissions to "holding category" freshmen would be one way to allow students to attend UF and increase summer enrollment. However. Bryan has emphasized that if a large percentage of the holding students did come im the summer it would be "disastrous' bor both summer and fall programs, both of which have been cut back because of a tight' state budget next year.

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Th. Independ.M s.Aj, Mnlgator. Micy. 4Ap1 It 1915. e5 T here ought to bec, low By BRIAN JONES Alligator Staff Writer EDITOR'S NOTE: Each Friday the Alligato, will revIew the progress of various bis In the FIorlda Legisture which ane Important to student. For further in-. rornadon on bill., Interested pernons can call the Tallshamse legIslatIve "hetilse" at 1-800342-1527.) ln the Florida House: Bill 110 to require insurance for participants in athletic competition was before the education committee. Bil 257 requiring state bank, to oiler student loans was before the commerce committee. Bill 395 to add one university student to the Board of Regents was before the education committee. Bill 591 to give university presidents the power to divide student service tees '&as before re education committee. Bill 8Il4 to require specific legislative approval for tuition increases was before the education committee. Bill 916 to repeal the legal minimum of class contact hour, for university faculty was before the education committee. In lt.e Florida Senate: Bill 265 to add three university students go the Board ol Regents was approved by the education committee. 7-2. and sent to the rules committee to be scheduled for floor debate. Coordinated entry dates may facilitate transfers By BRIAN JONES Alligator Staff Writer I he Stale Department of Education (DOE) is devising common entry dares to simplify transferring Irom community colleges to universities. Presently, the universities and community colleges operate under diverse calendars that often leave students with long waits before they can transfer between institutions. Deputy Education Commissioner Roger Nichols said Ihursday the DOE is trying to establish common entry dates in September. after Christmas. and at the beginning of the sumtitier. EDUCATION COMMISSIONER Ralph ITurlington promised in last fall s campaign to coordinate community college and university calendars by tall. 1976. Nichols said the DOE wasn't working at this time on any plans that would require all community colleges and universities to adhere to the sme schedules. State Rep. Ander Crensha,. RJacksonville, introduced a bill specifically calling on the DOE to coordinate university .ind community colleges' calendars RUT CRENSHAW said Thursday the "major controversy" surrounding his bill would he over a provision which would reinlorce the law giving the State Board of Education control over the Board 0f Regents. Crenshaw said he included the reinforced '.ording "because the regents are kind of autonomous, particularly in relation to the university calendars." NICHOLS SAID existing law already directs the Board of Education -which is comprised of the governor and cabinet -to "generally' supervise the regents, but that there is "conflicting statutory language." Universities Chancellor. designate E. York, who is in charge of the regents legislative lobbying effort. said Crenshaw's bill "just reaffirms an obvious fact." WHA T'S HA PPENING By TOM VEENSTRA Alligator Staff Writer GARDEN ERS: The Organic Garden Co-op needs new gardeners. Get your own 10' X 24' plot. use of water, equipment, seeds, etc., for a membership fee of 56. If interested, go to the garden on Radio Road between Museuni Road and 34th St. Saturday April 19 at 10 am. For more information call 377-8087. PLAYERS. The Convenant Players from Los Angeles. a national touring religious drama group, will present a program at the Center for Uited MIinistries, Friday April is at 8 p.m, For more imforniation call Sara Juengst at 376-7539. ASIAN INDIAN DANCE. "Anjali -A dance of India." recital program will be presented tonight at 8:15 in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Balltooni. Admission is free. For further information call Austin Creel at the Asian Studies Department. 392-0396. CANOE TflIP. The UF Hiking Club will sponsor a canoe trip on the Suwanee Rivet from Fargo. Ga. to White Springs. Fl., April 19-20. Those interested may call Bruce Marshall at 378-5975. CLOTING NEEDED: The florid. Playens need old clothing and accessories for productions. Contributions may be left at the Constans Theatre weekday afternoons, or call for pickup at 392-1639 weekdays from 9 am. to nose, audi A~t. to 5 p.m. MOAOD DRIVE, Fraternity members can doae blood today at the Alpha Tnu Omega house, and Saturday, April 19 at the Civitan Regional Rinod Center. 1330 NW 13th St. trom 9 a.m. to I p-r. MOVIEt The film "Super Cops" will, bc shown in the Murphree Area Commons tonight at 8, 10, and midnight. Admission is 50 cents or free with campus housing card. MIDDLE EARTHI Middle Earth CofIcehouse is featuring live entertainment April 19 from 9 p.m. to I am., underground Sledd B in the Murphree area. PICNIC: The Chinese International Association will sponsor a picnic at Manatee Springs State Park Saturday April 19. Those interested meet at 10 am. at the Century fewer parking lot. Cost will be 52.75 per person. For more information call 377-8725 or 378-.9623. DINNER MEETiNG: The Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship will have a dinner m~eqting tonight 7:30 at26l7 NW I Ave. A fro for the dinner will be charged. For more information call 378-0759. FOLKDANCINGs Internatonui folkdancing classes will be taught tonight in Norman Gym front S to midnight. Both beginning and advanced classes arn offered. For further information calM 376-0224. DOYCOTT ORGANUZERSa United Farm Workers will hold job interviews for Boycott Organlzers Friday April 28, 9 tin, to 7 p.m. room 361 J. Wayne Ret Union. For more information contact: 372-7362. NEWMAN CLUb: The Newnan Club invites anyone interested for a day at Crescent Beach. Cans will leave 6 ani. from the Catholic Student Center Saturday April 19. A cookout lire and drinks wUil he provided. For mor" information, call the Center at 372-3533. BRUNCH. The Hillel Center will have a lox and bagels brunch with gnast Dr. Ted Landman speaking on "Arab-Jewish Kelahions Sunday April 20 at II u.n.

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Ptg.& b. independn$AFor4d. Ailgotor, Fylday. Apdl '8, 1975 B! to involving record By DEBBIE IBERT Alligator Staff Writer A bill to speed up court cases involving the Public Records Lawa '.11 give citizens "greater and more rapid access to publbc records Rep. Barry Richard. 0-Miami. said his bill would also prevent state agencies from evading the spirit ol the la' through delay tacIc% ANOTHER BILL BY Richard closes a loophole in the Public Records Lay by defining "agency" to include any person acting on behalf of a state agency. he Public Records Law opens state records 10 public inspection and examination. making the business of government .1so the publics business. A person who has been denied access to records he considers public can take the agency to court, and under Richard's bill, have the case heard immediately. THE BILL GRANTS "accelerated hcarngs" tbr eases filed to enforce the Public Records Law-meaning that wuch cases would "go to the top of the court's docket"' and he heard before any other pending case. Richard said. I the case is won and the court orders the records opened bor inspection, the bill specifies that the agency would have to comply within 4S hours unless an appellate court issued a stay on the order. A "stay order'' means the agency does not hive to comply '.,th a court order until the appellate court rules on the matter., CURRENT LAWS make no provision mor a time limit by which tate agency would have to obey court order to open its records. According to Richard's bill, the simple act ol ippealimg the court's order to open records otikli n, longer grant agencies in automatic als s law "stay." Instead, the agency wtotid hase to convince the appellate court that releasing its records would cause "Nignificant damage" to the agency. THE BILL WOULD "make it substantially harder to get a stay' on a court's order to open records. Richard explained, because the stay ,.ould have to be issued '.nhim 48 hours of the first court order. '[hey (the agencies) 'Aould have to get the appellate court to hear them and give them a stay '.ithin 48 hours. And most courts '.on't entertain this kind of case quickly.' Ihe bill further states that an agency 'whid, 'unreasonably refused' to open its records '.ould have to pay attorney s fees assessed by the court.RICH ARD SAID A suit against the City of Gainesville which he handled when he was deputy attorney general prompted him to draft the bill. The city refused to release a budget recommendation from the tire chief to the city manager because the city claimed it was an "inter-offce memo" and not a matter of public record. Richard said. Even though a court ease ordered the city to release the memo as public record, the city appealed and delayed the memo's release for almost a year. according to Richard. [he representative said he drafted the bill to bolster the Public Records Law by insuring rapid consideration of cases illed to enforce it and to prevent agencies Irom delaying compliance with the law. THE BILL to speed up court procedures passed out of the House Judiciary Committee in February jndvwill now go to the floor of the house. Richard said. Richard\ other bill amends the Public Records Law so that it includes state records held by persons acting on behalf of state agencies. INSIDE INFORMATION |Editor's note, Inhide Information hs a weekly Feature In the Independent Florida AllIgator, provldlng readers with authoritatIve I.Formation on all aspect. of penonil health and polle. of the Student Health Sernkt. Bring tour quneina to Rooni 30S Relt. Unioc or the lobby .f the Student Health Sernkt. For furnker linmtion plhase contact the Heaiti Education OffnceMa the Student Health Sernle -Room 237} WHAT IS THE CORRECT WAY TO TREAT A BURN? One should put the burned area in icy "ater to relieve pain, pour cold '.ater over the ittacted area it if cannot be subnierged. You can also use ice on burns. Then cover the burned area .illh a large. thick sterile pad or clean cloth, and bondage loosely. If blisters appear, do not break then. In case ol a severe hurn. see a physician. SHOULD WATER BE FLOURIDATEDI Flouridation a the most practical and tlective public health measure for the vresention of dental decay: it does not treat dlecay that has already started. Flouride is not medicine or a cure-all~but it is an important dietary factor during the time teeth are t'orming. WHAT SHOULD TOUl LOOK FOR IN A g-------------= I a g CHILD WHO MIGHT HAVE A HEARING DEFECT? Mild hearing loss In children is frequently imissed. In school and at home they nmay be accused of being inattentive or slow in learning. At home they may tuirn the television tip or not respond to call from a distance. They may ask to have things repeated Irequently. If a child presents any of these characteristics he should have an ear exanmiation by a specialist. AFTER THIRTY ARE THE CHANCES OF HAVING AN IMPERFECT BABY INCREASED ENORMOUSLY? Only a Ite. birth defects have been proven to increase ,.ith the another's age. One is mongolism. where a mother of tonty-live has about a 70 per cent greater risk of having a mongoloid baby than a mother of twenty-five. In addition toxemia of pregnancy. the kidney railure-high blood pressure syndrome associated ,ith miscarriage and premature babies is more likely to occur in a "oman over thirty-tive. Ho,.ever. age is just one of thousands of possible actors '.hic, can atfect a baby's health. SHOULD ALL MOLES BE REMOVED? No. but a physician should be consulted about any niole or w art shout ing any change in size or color, ---i= Cut out for Mexico? Ane.oyese.,. *y fiUre.sr?)MMt cewhfl S *f W1 flMnfry ..,se. rrsa ebrlr. WIhu s. ou itrest 19. I. A "sneor'. at *as. IsMw-ieAjtiSn sn, safnih, -r as, -f -h is sit.r meters rd. nsu -i fill -h U -l A -n .ujfn m S 9la kim Iear ca9. U i nral MW.Is t hs l* MY acrdIftd IS -h US Ciasse a,. afndre ki bam *1i. acid senibh sesm.r lssn -I. week sagsso Jwe I. -e Aus4 It and Wtek aISeo JUn 3N ft ags For more Information, cut out & send toREGISTRAR. University of the Americas A partado Postal S07, Puebla, Pu. 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i-r~n-r. Purple Tbonue: a masterpiece made with Baar lu grape juice, lemon twist. GREAT BAR GAINS FOR THE OUTDOOR LYPESI ThAL GI "P-38" CAN OPENER 7c PLASTIC WHISTLE 6 7c G.L.FUEL TAB BOXOP6 5c STAINLESS STEEL "SIERRA" CUP 1.50' FREEZE DRIED FOOD, INCLUDING BULK PACKAGES REPAIR PAR TS FOR SIGG A ND OPTIMULS STOVES APPALACHIAN TRAIL GUIDE BOOKS QUALITY BACKPACK TENTS FROM 59 MOSQUITO NET TENT WITH FLY> (VeRY COOL) $59 NEW CANOES FROM $80 TR AIL SH OP Gaineavifle Tahahassue 1510 NW 13 St. 312-4521 1122 N. Monroe 222-56O0j Happy Late Birthday to Ann & Randy! R ending Ih iorsi Lfnskst\ If &esn ClahC\e about S) students ihr hours mn length which inclujdes procedures mn sped reading. reidiig ior Lompreherision. study hdli~s trnd Tiote taking. SAlter completing the .our'e. the graduate cen attend any other classes w. dh cost THE CURRENT COST of the course is $345 Ior an indnvidual. $315 for two persons registering together and i295 for three or more registering together. The individual rate will The course guarantees that if the student does not Increase "reading efficiency" by three time,, tuition "ill be refunded. Reading efficiency is a combination of 'peed and efficiency. Crantney said the comprehension test given to Evelyn Wood students is not standardized and many experts teed these tests arc a great deal easier than standardized reading tests. BERTOLAMI SAID the tests were not as strict as siandardiued tests and were not meant to be. "The tests are designed to motivate, not to inhibit reading skills They are on the high school sophomore to collen freshman level.' he said. Bertolam, said the comprehension test was developed at the University of Delaware Testing Service. CRANNEY SAID he called the testing center at the University of Delaware and was told then was no such test. Cranney said that although there are undoubtedly benefits tote course and that students will usually improve their photo by lohn moron RON BERTOMAI Broincomprehends 80,000100,000 words The independent Flordo AlIgctor, Fddoy, Apdl II. 1975, Pog. 7 I hL Ltlcmeti btI'ecen icadmig and skimmmiig is crucial for \ILL&Iti to icelue Sktimmmng is a valtable skill. hut it Ilot. not eqtiip studlents. partrctuiariy freshmen and sop ho more' bor det a led rests based on t through comn prehension ol material." he said CRANNEY SAID the usefulness of the course often depends on the teacher. He said that some training for the instructors is flow required which did not used to be the case. "the instructor's credentials arc still under question." he 'aid Rertolami said instructors must have taken the Evelyn Wood course and have a reading speed of 3.(00 words per niinute or more and a comprehension of at least 80 per cent. "TEACHERS ARE ALSO required to take a teaching program which lasts from two to nine months. All teachers mst have at least a masters degree." he said. Cranney said that the reading skills taught at UFP are free 'nd they are taught on an individual basis. "We take about 54) students a day. Some are remedial readers and others are interested in increasing speed and comprehension bor Graduate Record Examinations and Law School Admissions Tests." Cranney said. Cranney said students generally sign up for half a rerni. but can enter and discontinue whenever they like. The Reading and Study Skills Center is closed this quarter to most students because of the need to prepare materials that could be used at other places on campus outside the Reading "This is the first time we have closed the center in the nine years I have been here. But we will be open again summer quarter.' Cranney said. photo by ondy nevnnon DR. GARR CRANNEY JR. .More thao9owords prminuts isimpuuible." pm minue Four quarter contract By UINDA WISNIEWSI Allpgtoc Staff WS.er An administrative mix-up last fall resulted in an undetermined number of UF freshmen signing four-quarter housing contracts rather than the three-quarter contracts stipulated by UF policy. However, any freshmen who may have signed four quarter contracts will "have no tiouble getting released from their housing agreement for summer quarter Joseph Ball, assistant to UF's director of housing. said. BALL SAID freshmen will be able to live off-campus this summer as long as they are "first time out of the cradle fresh.men a ho have been hill-time students" ding fall, winter and spring quarters. Ball said he knew of at least one freshman who signed a The Florida Union of Jewish Students invites YO to attend the their inter-state conference at Camp Ocala. April 25-27 Fr frtheroton error I four-quarter housing contract, adding he had "no idea" how many freshmen actually signed four-quarter contracts. The housing office is "not going to check who got which kind of housing contract." Ball said, because the files are arranged in alphabetical order, rather than by the student's classification. Freshmen students who desire to move off campus must write the housing office "of their ientions." according to the UF academic catalogue. ALL SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, seniors, and graduate students must sign four-quarter housing contracts if they desire to live on campus. while all beginning freshmen must contract campus housing bor three quarters. the catalogue states. The Mental Health Association of Aiochuo County United Way Agency and Great Southern Music Hall sponsor the on. and only Mrduy AqpdI IS, W75 AMI ieee. k.nred 8:00 end 10:30 pm MU60 Dees. lite S,., t,. ,.,,,, -s 4 I -'1

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Pog. S Th. independent Acrido Aligat;r frMdy April IC, 1975 EDITOR IAL 10 years after A lot can change in ten years. In the fall of 1965 the American involvement in Vietnam was just beginning to heat up, and at least one Michigan professor was ominously warning of future student riots in protest of the 'slave labor" of the draft. When the fall trimester began in September of that year. an unheard of 'invasion" of almost 16.500 students arrived on UF's 2,000 acre campus. Fail rush and the upcoming football season seemed to dominate everyone's thoughts as UF administrators warned impressionable freshmen to select their fraternities with care. A few did worry about the draft, but local draft officials assured them as long as they kept up their grades up they had nothing to worry about. Students dressed a little more conservatively, with close cropped hair, and long dresses, but in their own way they were quite progressive. just that fall the Florida Alligator reported UF history had been made as, for the first time, two black students attended a fraternity rush party. But even if their priorities were a bit different. there still wasn't all that much to set them apart from the class of '75. Except perhaps one thing. When they went to the polls that February to elect a new student government, 56 per cent, 8,133 of the 14,453 then enrolled voted. Adno one thought it at all unusual. All of which helps to put the tumultous scene at the Rathskeller on Wednesdays election night into some kind of perspective. When word came from the director of elections that almost 5,000 students, 22 per cent of the student body, had voted, the candidates and campaign workers gulped their beer and proclaimed a new era in student concern, an end of student apathy. "According to weathered campaign veterans, it was a remarkable turnout." one radio correspondent reported. Remarkable? The fact is last Wednesday's election represented the third smallest turnout in the last ten years. Itn 1971 while then UPF president Stephen C. O'onnel was ordering the arrest of 1%67 black protestors who had staged in a sit-in at his office, 38 per cent of the student body turned out to elect Don Middlebrooks on his platform of securing student control of the $32.50 per hour ASFAC fee. And the year before that 40 per cent voted in popular favorite Steve Uhifelder. As late as 1972 black candidate Sam Taylor was elected in a contest that produced a 35 per cent turnout. Only the years 1%9. '73 and '74 pulled in fewer voters than this year. So it was almost humorous when one candidate, responding to the 'high' turnout, said it "shows the students care about what is happening. The only problem is it's not all that funny. not in ii year of possible tuition hikes and educational budget cuts. Monday the remaining candidates have agreed to meet open debate on the Plaza of the Americas at noon. It will be the first time since the beginning of the campaign that they will face each other on the issues. Does anybody care? (I a N ~rj >012 BRFMV9? WE -. TAU( Al90r TT WHEN >W1Z2i A LUTTLB ow fLt.' e I Monogamy isn f or eve ryone A current movie ad features a picture of a man and a "onman gazing lovingly at each other. Fhe caption reads. 'One other person was all he needed. One. Somehow .it could be everyone's story."' It doesn't say for sure just who that one person is. but ',omehow, I don't think it's Father Flanagan of Boy's Town. Most of us would probably take it to mean the hero's lover, his One and Only. THE AD EXPRESSES that all-time American institution., the Myib of Monogamy: "All we need to make us happy is one other person of the opposite sex to love us. answer our needs, and be our lifelong companion."' ralk about unrealistic! Expecting your partner to live up to those standards could very well be enough to cause a divorce all by itself. Monogamy alienates and separates people. [he n'onogamist outlook classifies people in units of two -the 'primary relationship" which consists of one man and one 'oman and a couplee." which is self-sufficient and erciudes everyone else. ("It's you and mc against the world" IF YOU'RE SINGLE, this leaves you out In the cold; and if you're part of a couple, you're chief concern is supposed to be sour mate. No wonder they call us "lhe lonely crowd." Iflyou're halt of a 'couple" you're supposed to spend most ,l your time A ith your mate. Have you ever tried going to a movie or concert without your steady lboylrend? If someone spots you there alone. they often ask."'where's Joe?' Ihey're astonished to see you by yourselt. as it you're the odd half ot a set of Siamiese ltins or matching bookends. The Independent Florida Alligator aOmtit ft & Tony K.dzior Jon,.Coo& Mn Eoven shit n.n Mtun CAmy Th'ar oLynde Hoeulnt Certainly. il's important to spend time together whcn ,ou're first establishing a relationship But often. two people can becomeso used to spending all their lime with each other that they have no time lei tbr anyone else. AMONOGAMOUS relationship can erode one's idetitity. After I broke otT a three-year relationship with a man, a mutual friend told me. "Now I can really get to know you. Betbre, you always seemed like an appendage of Steve.' In order to develop as an individual. it's necessary to interac .ith a wide variety of people. Certainly, we don't confine ourselves to only one friend at a time, or one teacher; the idea is impractical. Why, then, must we be confined to only onelover Monogamy is even harder on women. Traditionally, the %oman is supposed to be nurse, cook, maid, mother and therapist to her mate. This expenditure of lime and energy can be completely draining. IF VOU~tE NOT involved in a primaryy relationship." you don't have to worry about the emotional drain, but you usually do end up feeling pretty lonely. At least "couple&" have someone else with whom to share their prisons. Being single does give you more freedom. But society frowns on those who don't lit into the pattern. In this society. everybody's supposed to have a "better halr' -and if you don't it's assumed you're less than whole. Being single can sometimes be demoralizing. Just take a look around you, on campus or at a movie. You'll swear you're back in the days of Noah's Ark. Two by two they wine, absorbed in etch other, and completely unabsorbed in you. It doesn' exactly make you tceI ,antmed. m ube n relate to others on a less restrictive level. rhe discovery of another human being is a unique journey that should he undertaken lbr the pleasure of the trip alone, not for the purpose of staking an exclusive claim to the territory. Ion Cunnlnghan. sEdiona.cbI Gsorg. Kochcnlec Jr. Pht .,MhndI Kimln N.,,.' A.saent Go.M ,.g.r Mmnsm. sian, spac.sunec Mnnog "h-a .,ta.sun Manog. Cfrcut.to. Clflf edMnge Meavgdle 8c DonnaIrur.n Jody Coulin P o B*. I 3244 Usmw.rsdy S'flh. O.a.wUh, N.,a ~nd. oH.cn bSiM A. C.Mq. be. I 7fl We. Ua~w.nfly Aw.ns. Suuin.uUE.c. #,. 376S~ M~ 0e.*. ma Adv.r*m,,ng *Ad Pndgctto Os9.~~I. 274.44W. 7

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Care for the EI11i41R Ii wasnti I actih the t.tIII, t > hrI, 'pet ati .1 cit'w thinge -.md I holed lantd Crt'," liv ii I U Neil 4JM ADVISE & DISSENT ERA unnecessary Gun argument continues EDITOR: Itis unfortunate that Stilimet t'mn feel that ilture does not permit them to gratify their basic need to grow and fulfill their moential as human beings."' Hntwever. I feel it is something hat can he resolved with the indmvdual and with a greater understanding of the term om~nan." Neither the pasmig of the Equal Rights Amendent nor the National Organization For Women can imuke this come about. Recently many women have been 'creaming about being considered 'cx objects. I submit that these women arc not considered sex objects,. but rather objects of beauty. As an object of beauty a womai of county is not the EQUA L of a man, but rather 'he is itis BETTElt. ALSO AS AN 033ECr of beauty she is placed on a pedestal and given niany special privileges. Thus, to heconme an equal, a woman is taking step DOWN. not up. and merely lowering herself to the ordinary plane ci' inn. Personally. I leel it is all honor to be consIdered a i('fman, not a derogatory accusation i-uri hernire. ii is oh ois that many womeroe psychologtca I problems ot all sorts which tend to mike them eel as though their growth as humans is stunted Just a let. ot these prnbleTms are I ) poor niale-female relationships, and 2) inleriority coml plexes concerning looks, athiletrc abilities, and personal talents Again these problem' do not all rise from being under male chauvinist pressure. However, through the power of suggestion and all the attention that has recently been shed ot the unequallemale problem, many ci these psychotics and neurotics are pinning the blame on this. Few people realize that there are a large number of women that feel stunted as humans due to ninny problems other than the so-called repression of' male chauvinists. As a maitier of fact. nothing has been done in the '.ay of research mn this area, and as tar as anybody knows this net. role to be played by women may bear fruits of MORE ptychotic problem' than the previous 'stuntig" rile IN ADDITION, THE ERA should not be kpoked to .15 aI imedi' cit preventing other wtomien Itrnm lehng repressed Simply the fact that so much light has been shed on this topic should be enough Iorta ',oman to realize her emotional status and prevenI I| eeli n g' rom, arising on her own. It is this I ype of introspection that is needed to prevent 'sychological disorders by lemates and males alike, not the ERA,. Jeanie Owens shailoOroper Entflaimnnf Edr EDITOR: Reference to the letter liy Deborah Bucci. I rcale that Sticc, attempted ito write an unemotional letter. Ho.ever. she failed. In her last paragraph she Iehied anyone to tell her that the gun imd all weapons are NOT created with the express purpose of destroying or imiparing life. I refer Bucci to flare pistols and line-throwing guns. Ihe lormier is used to loft a pyrotechnic projectile to a fair altitude to call the attention of searchers to survivors ot aircraft or ship accidents. [he tatter is used by the Coast Gory olonoM ASsoni@tEd.,r Doug slotch Wir. Editor ~Grfl Ftt 5,,s h~o di TeASh.d.r Ans New.Site. 'SiE's THE MIOff 110f, SHE'S WM AI4W SiE'S CAUJCA SIA( -91Ti T ERTSi lfI Guard n order to heave t he ends of lt.rmg Lines tot disabled ships or lines for the rigging cii breechesbuoys or taking survivors off of foundering 'hips. Somehow I tail to see how either of these impair or take life. YOU ALSO STATE you believe that a truly intelligent man would recognize the kind of degeneracy inherent In the use of irearms even for "protection", I sincerely disagree. All I ask of you is that I will allow you to play the role of martyr in the event of violent crime against your person as long as you allow me to keep myself alive in the event of violent crime against my person. You state that manyy times the criminal will tell you that he was only protecting himself twhen he felt the need to shoot somebody." Since criminal by definition has placed himself in violation of human law. wnc cannot expect him to be completely honest in what he tells you: therefore. your argument is totally specious. You m ay not equate freedom of the press with the freedom to bear arms. but the original concept is that the linst ten amendments to the constitution (the Bill of Rights) are supposedly in'tolate. It any one of these is shown able to be repealed. Ihei since the law ,orks on precedence it w.ill be a precedent for t hich to remove mny and all amendments that are deemed 'against the will of the people.'' IT IS NOT impossible that in Ior 20 years the President could have more power than l~yndon B. Johnson., ,ho was never questioned at the time about the manufacture of the 'Gulf of Tonkin"' incident. For about ttwo years the vast majority of the United States then supported a "ar twe had 'to business being in. With a same party President -Congress alliance, with such powe-. it "ould he fairly easy for then to totall) ignore the people and will of the People, retmovmI g .my d imend~meni tv wished, here would he ni, w4 y to stop this It is true that the right in 'ear mrnts is lin ked with the civilhin ilit 'a. I his, you must recall. w as at m time whben a group cii rebels overthrew a legal government. Even in this day when a single bomb can wipe out an entire city, there is such a horror in using that bomb that we still have civil war contin uing in Vietnam. Cambodia, Yeman and Aden. Doesn't this make it a bit ludicrous to think that there is no need for a militia? SWITZE RL AND HAS NOT been invaded Icr several hundred years. Every able bodied man in Switzerland 'ho is of military age is required to keep has army weapon (up to and including heavy machine guns) in his home and ready fbruse. Why don't the Swiss have such a crime problem as the United States? lThe purpose of prison is not to punish the criminal but rather it is to remove from the Proximity of society those who 'omild do it harm,. A comimonly quoted statistic is that recidivism rat~e ,o that the vast majority of crimes Ore comm itted by the same criminals who, again and 'gait, are out on bail or probation. Why not spend the money which would he needed in an effort to sweep up firearms from the public to build more prisons and to upgrade the stafl ol prisons so that the criminal element may be removed irom, society for society'. own safety? T HE REFO RE, MS. BUCCI, I suggest that before you deem yourself knowledgeable enough to write articles on emotional, debatable issues, that you overcome your horror of the other 'ide and familiarize ,ourself with all aspects of the issue in order that you may discuss it intelligently. David E.L Smith The Independent( Florida Alligator I there is an 80 percent e e

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T rhL, page paid for at usual advertising rates CAMPUS PROGRAMS U,. ,4odn*n Aofd M110.v h~id.,, A46 It, 1915. hrg 15 Science, P Linked OnEi Environmental Engineer Howard Odim, known for his "net energy' theory, will join counter-culture poet Allen Ginsberg mn panel discussion here Sunday at 8 p m in University Auditorin. Also on the "Energy and Consciousness" panel are "San Francisco Renaissaince" poets Gary Snyder and Michael McClure. Each quotes Odum in recent books of poetry. Ginsberg's 1974 National Book Award winning "Fall of America" has a long poem about life on his ecologically balanced farm in New York. "Using vastly different approaches, Uni V r Piduced by U,. Dovs,Cn Of lnforma ou, & Public. nation sens. I cmmunntai* offcia notie, 4 at isf.w.0r%"" "f "P'"'"", '" I U at Hits Record Enrollment A&S Hisgh H onors Program Invites New Partici pants High Honors program of the College of Arts and Sciences readied -n eirdilmeit .f113 thIs quartsr-the highS ever and junior and senate admis with a 3.5 average -r ecomaged to aply now for pertieipti. nad fafl qf. AnppUci fona to take the tinequarter popram, causiing Vf a 4tsur sun mar each quarterfwera ttal otllhmrs, may be picked up In the Arts and Mmcmes College at~e, 11) Anderan, or kren Ugh limrs Program Chairmmn Sidnsy Ermnsn In IN Dr. laua used that admits In the program getto pmrielete in phin the met quarter's ambiar topics and emints. "Ot nmmflamheepeicthaI and rdaxa wflde's mMng moS of the ieeda.e the waricas ways St learning that thoy vIda to experisice," ahM Henna. "'e prora has Ilray evolved Into a curoradat, WIth the Stadn aa jjh~Argode Studets have *n -qa voice In determInIng the guests, activities and p-grm topics that we will cover." Th sp-n quarter Program includes seminars on student productions of Beckett's plays, treating games as artifacts of culture and a way of determining economic and philosophical reality, student's invitations to the ten "mOSt exciting" local or regional personalities to participate in discussion, Science and Culture, and the ways different civlllzations have viewed mankind. The High Honors program received a grant fail quarter from the Florida Endowment for the Humanities (FEHl) to present 'Waiting for Gods'" In Florida prisons and to discs the play afterwards with Inates. The H1gh Hnr program also applied for and received a second grant fran FEHl, which will fund a conference in May dealing with the relationship between pwiishmeat and justice. Psyduologasts, lawyers, judges, prison admInistrators, theologians, social workers and humanists from ans the country are scheduled to participate with High Honors students in the conference,. which will have many events open to the University community. oetry in Focus energy Woes these poets and I apparently have arrived at some similar conceliulons," says University of Florida graduate research professor Odum, an advocate of return to an essentially no-growth, "steady" economy and a more agrarian society "This program is an experiment In bridging the gap between science and the arts." Nuclear physicist Harry Gomberg, president of KMS Fusion, aresearch company linking fusion with laser beam in Connecticut, will join the "Energy and Consciousness" panel. Oduin maintains that total mnergy produced minus the energy needed to produce as the key factor as -a tries to meet future energy requfremants. The panel is part of a week of Unlverulty of Florida campus activities whidh begins with "Energy and Poetry" Saturday night at 8 p.m. at Graham Pond. Ginsberg, Snyder and McClure, as veil -local poets, will give dramatic readings of their poetry Monday Gomberg, Ginsberg, Snyder and McClure will speak to several dlas Tuesdayigh Ar Mrshall.cological lecture in Room Cl-llof the J. HIfl~lil er Health Center at 8 p.m. "Energy and Conaclouuwes" Week Is Engineering Faculty Group Still Active The Florida EngInaeIng Faculty Ass.elation will be able to qppinr bfr the PubC Employes Baum ns an next week as an Intarvetor In bha to determine the appropriate .E for collaelive bargaining purpuae, It was cannred Thursday by Vlce-Canceilar Kmn Dot well. Boutweil .1db. dkdnot feel the Board .1 Regents "Mano" Itm Stating flat the engineering group Is "prasuted to have dropped out" was In error at thtim itt was circulated and repeated I. the U? Digs. However, he maid. the groop Is eligible to appear -s an lntumwna. A University of Florida .pokarmn for the group said It would definitely carry Its case to the Commission next week. Today's Last Day To Sign Uta for New Training Classes on Mailing A Employ. Insurance Avial.oCmu fie Today Is the dadlne for full-tmeAv be to Cp s fi sM 1r COUU inidter lew UnverThe campus mail office In cooperation with the U.S. PotOffice will provide en sty of Florida BWnais LU. Insurtraining SesSions for offices on campus with heavy mailing s. menttS ad OU et qlr medical campus aeuware of tei eliiiiyfoukrt malng andShmdno8 eraqinatio know of the daily courier service to Tallahassee. which provides -Inexpeulve i glan CO WSiul.'Pt hepi Jones notd We think tha many office on camu coul save money on Sue amounts each mailngs and handle them more efficiently, and we're trying to help by providing une~~'Pth of IIUnaCO has these inoraio ss ions sin"nfieersnaiebudsSE ac rPed. Cqeaa. (SUN) an bGode atte Campus mall office, MO2SS2, to set up a time. Golden, a wi i t teofce and provide on fremploee A fimaml the GUI O Ct n Vie Pericnnel handling is also available. DMv ajo, 22 nuB.-n-The University of Florida is an Equal EmplOyment OpportunltyAffrmnative Aetisi Employer .-,., S HOWARD OOUNg 4 .4-

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Harris-Merrick duel to highlight Invitational B, RICKa ADELMAN Assistant Sports Editor Saturday's Florida Invitational track mcci whidh will be held at Percy Heard Field beginig at 2 p m could provide the UF fans ~Ith a preview of future FSU-1'F battles. Don Merrick, the national junior college champ in the 100 and 220 yard dashes who just signed with FSU. will take on UJF's outstanding freshman sprinter Stanley Harris im the featured match-up of the day. HARRIS, A freshman from Daytona Beach. set a school record of 9.3 in the hundred last Saturday against South C arolina. Merrick has run a 9.2. I he pair will also go head to head in the 220 as Harris shoots for the UF record of 2O.9 set way back in 1955. The 220 mark, which is held by Bumper Watson. is the oldest track ieord on the books Ndtonjl unmor ttollege indoor pole ault champ. Mainny Weatherbec. another 1-511 sgner who attends Senmitole. Iri ng .Personal lbest ot 16' into the comnpetit ion Weatherbee w. II go againstt [UI-s Will Freeman and John Hochuli HOCHUJLI WILL represent dhe Florida Frock Club and has vaulted 166". lake City's national indoor mile champion. Mark Johnson,. has run a 4.12 mile but he'll be severly tested by the FTC's Barry Brown and varsity members Steve Gomez. Par Walinm. and Bil Hicks. Olympian Bryon Dyce will head an 8M0 field which includes Phil Rolle of Miami Dade South. Roll. had clocked a 1:51.8 and Dyce is expected to shoot for a sub-l:S0 time. IN THE javelin FTC member and UF coach Tony KozIesky toes Wd inst 1s Jinm SliteC St ies. I hCrunner-ill to K ozlcsky im last 'ear's SEC championships. "as %ictoriOUS against Soul h Ci rolmina with a (OS' of 233. Other Ghitor entries include Hesley Bostic in the 120 high hurdles. Ellis Miller and Steve Ott in the high jump. and three migers Kenny Prevati and Neal Pyke. TRACK TIDDITS -Resides losing Don Merrick to FSU. the Gjators also let Winter Park speed burner Mike Roberson slip a14ay. Both men were very highly recruited by UF .Gator freshman Mike Sharpe will not~see action this 'cekend. The coaching staff has decided that Sharp. should rest for a while. Horace Tuitt. Noel Gray and Wimpy Alexander are still recovering Ironi pulled lqg muscles .Fletcher Lewis, the highly regarded long jumper from the Bahamas. is not in school this quarter because of academic difficulties. Thu Independent Florida Alligator Pride on lineas UF faces Auburn By MARK JOHNSON Alligator Spoil. Writer I-or the Gator baseball teanm the 1975 season has boiled tIOIwnI to OneC word ,rIIe A 2.7 Southeastern conferencee (SEC) record puts the lceim squarely in last place behind I ennessee (4-0). Georgia 44-2). Auburn (4-3k. Kentucky (5-4). and Vanderbilt (2-5). Any conlbination ci three 'fennessee wins anid UP losses wtil oflicially eliminate the Gators Iromi the race bor the SEC tie. BUT IF the Gators can't win the pennant themselves. they'll still have a chance to decide who 14111. Bruce Baker and John Chappell are expected to start this weekend when the team~ takes to the road for a two-game rematch with Auburn todfy and Saturday. the Gators and War Eagles split a two-game 'cries at Perry Field last March. UF winig the first contest I 3-0 behind the shutout pitching of John Chappell before Auburn took the second game. 7-5. S*Y ou k n ow., mathematically we've still got Chance to win it," head coach Dave Fuller said. "The thing I'm trying to instill in them now is to win every ball game we play If we can beat Auburn.,nmaybe that ,.ill provide a little fuel for us.'' MOST OF THE PLAYERS and coaches however, seem to be concentrating on simply getting out of last place and knocking otf a few SEC contenders. "I think it's no deep. dark secret we're out of the conference picture.'' coach Walker Swain said "Since there's such a big rivalry between Auburn and Florida. I think we'll go over there with the same attitude we would have had anyway. We can't win it ourselves, but we'd like nothing better than to knock them off."' AND HOW HAS the attitude of the team been afphoto by Iohn moron FORMERPRO DRAFTEE JIM JOINER (SEE FEATURE BELOW) .slump has contributed to Gotor baseball woos fected by the team's disappointing season? 'With so many young kids. it's hard to keep their attitude down," coach Jay Bergman said, "We can help decide who's going to win the conference, and I think this '.il be a challenge to the kids." This year's frustrations have taken on a special nmcaning for the six seniors on the team. For them, there will be no "next year". "WE WENT TO the state playoffs every year in high school." said David Bowden,. now in his fourth season of mediocrity at UF. "It really niakes this sickening'" John Chappell, expected to be the leader of a freshman dominated pitching staff, is limping along with a 3-4 record and a 5.18 ERA. The iact that he will not be returning next year doesn't ease the situation. "it's really a heartbreaker.' he said. "Before the season, you know, all we talked about was the SEC championship. But most of these guys are freshmen, and they're going to have a good team next year -I Can just feel it.'' As for this year, though. there's still plenty more baseball to come for the Gators. While the team has pretty much forgotten about the SEC pennant, they have not forgotte. about winning. and about pride. 'Those things you never forget. H itter not hitting among hitters photo by bob wool UF'S NO. 3 PIAYEU JOHN KUNNEN .tu lingls mach6&3, 61 lo Psppordln'sChra Gunntli teomed up with Jim Oesce foroa win In 0. Nr, doubles Kunnon and t. Gotors face Kentucky and Tennemoe on t. road befor, returning home on Monday to moot FMorida Souther,. Dy HARK JOHNSON Allfuto Speel Wrie. Jim Joiner of the UF baseball team must feel like Monty Towe in a land of Kareem Abdul-Jabbars. Not only is the Gatots' designated hitter-catcher-bench warner struggling along with a .190 batting average after the midway point in the season, but he's doing so on a squad which features four regulars batting over .300 to go along with a ferocious .284 team batting average. That's average, mind Twice drafted by the Baltimore Orioles, joiner has come a long way down from those good old days at DeliSd High School w here he was the team's most vahiable player, and from Seminole Junior College when he batted .321 last year as a sophomore. During the fall exhibition season, the six-foot, 195-pounder hit .297 apd led the team in home runs with seven. The thought or the big lefihander's towering space shots over the PFrry Field right field fence still makes the UF coaching staff drool with delight. But Joiner has hit but one home run this year. a three-rn,. ninth inning blast whieh beat Sr. Leo in the Gator' Anrt victory. Except for the one moment of gicry. his season ha. bEnab u ase citing as To m ewi e Film Festhval. firJ h .~r broken 1fb 1*)heS ksl tall practtn dby the flu iir rep throat during the Gatous' pre-sesoi drills. Add a spiked heel and a torn shoulder imt.cle and you'w got a possible replacement For the six-mdllion dolla, man. 'I'd have to say injuries and sicknes, were the main problems.' Joiner said. "It's been one thing or another." "It's something you just can't explain," head coach Dave Fuller said. "He got off to a bad starn, and that's a common thing. I think, though. it's hung on a lot farther than he expected and a lot farther than we expected. "If we hadn't seen him in the fall .we would have never stuck with him this long," Fuller said. "Sc if he can conic around now and pick up the slack, we'll be all right." joiner is as perplexed as anyone over his poor perfonnance this season. but unil the hits start coming he's prepared to "I'M JUST AS disappointed as they (the coaches) are, but if I don't hit, I da't." Joiner said. "I think they pretty much believe as I do. You've just got to go out then and swing the "You know dayguy who'. afar along as he is, about all he can do'is go out there and take his swiups," Fuller added. "The one thing we are working on is trying to get him not to take the big cut with two strikes. To me, this is the thing he needs to do. He's had alot mqesrkecuts than hebhas inthe past, and I don't think the pitching has baen all that much better." The problem, thoughmay beas much psydjolcglcaj as it is physical. It seems that plating -s designated bitter against ighthanded pitching is leaving Joiner less than completely -"UN ThU tPAL I WAS -aempating for cachr' poshtioc., Joiner said. "That's what I was built ft. that's hat I'm begt at and what I', moat at home at." (See 'Joiner' pape IS) p

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Th. Independent florda AlIg.1or.FrMdcy Ap.1, IS 975 Peg. TS Poo to open May 0 cmnuc Record I I I) (jolt Club manager Busier Bishop has announced the summer opening ot the golt clubs swimming pool. On Saturday May 17 the vA immmg mol will 'pen or cI~ID no flI**AL t.**~ 't1 ** Chic fl. I, Lain, S *ia P"ISt.1 S S ala "1 Macu,. ii, k S S. U. V., S 55' 6 USn DI. 6 2 $fl ASSa.ta S tat LAttlas S I Sit SIN fla.c~.ia .I a t*,al.nei a S U' I S I 25$ ~ TM~Sa. a. C~Iau~ S fl~s 24. P SHut. LI tM *4~*t 2 N Pm *.~ SeCtS *cttt~* Sag ~ I,.'. 2 *II I shI. I I is, a. the su lmier season, he said. .md wIl Larry ont Ihru the long, hot 'umn me, until elosmng on September 14. Bishop said the club "ill begim taking applications tor Sat.a ..-~s -.l ha '' Yr *5u**2Cl,". I 'a.*. I S Ch~tS 2 U.af ..S Joiner (from page 14) "When I was catching this fail I felt.a lot of confidence. I was playing and catching every day, and even if it was for the second team it didn't bother me," he said. "In high school I was a catcher and at Seminole I was a catcher, but since high school I haven't really caught. It's hard to accept, I guess. "THE COACHES HAVE been real good to me. sticking with me and showing me a lot of confidence." Joiner added. "It I don't do the job. I know they'll stick somebody in there who can. We've got plenty of guys on this team who can hit if I don't."' But despite his disappointing statistics. Joiner has been playing fairly regularly in recent weeks, and he's shown his thanks by upping his baiting average nearly 40 points since last March. Who knows, the Gators' sleeping giant may finally he on the verge of awakening. SCOREBOARD U -E San Ming Oriental Mart 10 per cent off our regular discount prices a on all items (through April) Over 250 items of Oriental foods and cooking ingredients. Spices, tea, cookware, bean sprouts, etc. Mhone: (904) 377-2492 403 NE 23rd Ave. G'yille. Flu. Now busIness hour,: Open 7 days .w&e: 12 t o 7p m. (Seturdays 10$. 6 pm.) Ci I 1*1 NE. 2&d Av. Cur StQr* o*cv. 5tbAvs.atUItfhe a f 12UISt. 17 membership on May I and that memberships can be taken care ol at the pro shop Fees bor membership break do'. nmic three categories. Bishop said. The first type is lor UP faculty and staff. Faculty and staff can purchase a membership for the summer swim season for 575 which includes the entire family. The secotid type if for UF students. Students will have the option of selecting either a membership for the entire season for 560 or one on a monthly basis for 525. fhe final type membership is 'or alumni and they can purchase the summer swim privileges for 1100. "THEi SWIM program will be headed by UP swim coach Bill Harlan .once again." Bishop said and "his staff will be made up of qualified students." lutramuerals Today is the deadline for signing up rot Men's Dormitory handball. Contact the IM office 229. Fla. Gym. 3920581. There will be a mixed double, tennis tournament April 26-27. This is an alluniversity event so everyone except currmit vanity tennis players are eligible. The deadline for sign-up is today mn the HM office. In sorority softball. AOPI took first place in the Orange League with an undefeated season. Tied for second place are ADPI and KAT. Sorority Blue League will have play-offs Sunday. April 20 from 4-7 p.m. AEPhI, ZPhiB. and 5K will compete ibr first place. A

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Fog. 16. The indepndnt boldo Mlgtor Fndoy Arih 8s, I975 Mus cle holding pull UF' By RICK ADELMAN Assistant Sport. Editor t rack coachh ldave Adkims wa' putting the Ghitor middle instancee men through a routine afterntxon workout. Mitchell ('flmgs and a young man tromi Irindad were preparing to run a hard 220-yard dash. Most of the team had stopped practacmnit 'o they could watch the race, Goings shot out to a quick lead and as the pair leaned io the curve, the sophomore was live yards ahead. Then, like a theetah 'a hot pursuit ol his prey. the "Trinidad Terror" began to overtake Goings. HORACE TUjir's long. graceful strides drew obs and abs from his teammates. Tuitt proved hiselfthe better man thot January afternoon. That is usually the case, he rarely experiences defeat. But Fuiti has finally met his match. A J)Ulkd muscle. t V phato by lobui moron THE"ThINIDADERO" .SEC860 Indoor chomp V ol ley tourney lbhe annual U.SYB.A. (United States Volleyball Asocation) regional tourney ,Aill be held Saturday morning in the Florida Gym beginning at 9 aimOver 25 teams in four divisions will be competing for the right to gotoihe national tournament on May 24 in Reso. Neada. he favored team is the UF-Tampa volleyball dlub 'hich has won all but one tourney this year. Admission ii fret. REAL MEXICAN onl thing s r uitt back I hie injurn hadh first occured on February 8 at the MasonDi on tames has prevented r out tronm competing manfy outdoor meet, this season, It's doubtful at he'll even return in amne tar the NCAA championships in June. I've pulled this damn muscle three times this year." said Sutt looking disgustedly at the guilty left leg. "It's v'ery discouraging. Man. I don't ted like running at all unti next 'eason." TUIET ISN'T used to being discouraged. Until now, his career had been one victory after another. lwoof the biggest wmfs came while at Essex Junior College am New Jersey where ruint won dhe national 8M0 title two years im a row. Of course. sonic of the biggest names in college track, Tennessee. U.C.L.A. Villanova. Manhattan. and Elorida were after his services. Fuitt became the most sought after trackster in the country. "I HAD narrowed it down to about Cave schools." recalled luiti. "But I knew that Florida had a chance to wm the national championship arid the weather was really good there.' "Besides. schools like U.C.L.A. had already won a ruim 'asted no time i helping guide the Gators to that long awaited SEC championship. He won the sa0 individual title and ran a leg on the Gator's mile relay squad which easily won the conference and later became national champions. TUI'r's ONLY indoor defeats came at the hands of the incomparable Rick Wohlhuter, who was recently named the 'Outstanding Amateur Athlete of 9974" by Track and Field Magazine. Wohihuter whipped Tuitt in two head-to-head battles. "He's good, no doubt about at." Tuitt said."But I didn't run my best against him. I could have run a much smarter lullIT IS the type of individual who is never satisfied with his performance. Finishing second to probably the world's top MO0 man isn't good enough. However. Wohlhuter is not the "Terrors" main concern St this time. Getting that left leg fully healed as more important, even if it does means sitting out arn entire season. "A lot of people heard what I could do when I came hern but I never really had the chance." Tuitt massaged his leg. "I know what I can do.' Gators s gn two more grapplers UF wrestling coach Gary Schneider has announced the signing of two or more w restlers to scholarships. Bill Teutsch. from Bay Village. Ohio. the sam; home town of Gator heavyweight Mark Totten. is one of the t~sadistrict champio ihs eight class, as nell as state "BLLY HAS the ability to Schneider. "In addition, he's Stine student. He should make an iniporlant coniributiosn to our wrestling program." Schneider also annowiced the signing of Nassau Community Collegp transfer. Paul Schnmidt. Despite the fadt that he has only been wrestling three years. Schmidt placed fourth in the junior college nationals this year and finished the season undefeated. "Paul has fantastic potential and should wrestle ini the 190 lb. class." said tSchneider.ih We expect him positive factor on our team." This brings to thre, the number of wrestlers who have signed scholarships. In addition to Teutich and Schmidt. 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tUb The unsung American heroine One of the hottest tuicks around then days, 'Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore,' features Ellen Burstyn as a recently widowed mother attempting to taort a new life on her own. She strikes out in her Dream to bec, nightclub singeroand ends up waiting on tables mn a sleazy, short order resttauront. Before long she's shocking up with a regular customer, Kris Kristoffersonl, but in between, the audience get's a pretty good lock at th, life of that unsung American heroine -the waitress. After scouting out a few local restouronts, Page There, found several waitresses who deserve a little praise. So, pay attention to what they have to soy and the next time you're dining out lay a little extra on the table. With the advent of the moss produced, quickserve hamburger, the "car hop" has became the endangered species of the waitress world. But, Poppy Chapman quit her job as a bank teller so she could go to work 'on the cub" at Steak 'n Shake. "I eeally get a big kick out of it,' says Poppy. "1 never thought I'd see the day when I would be a waitress, but I like being outdoors and meeting people.' After four months on the job Poppy says she harnt yet come across a sure way to sort the big tippers from the stingy ones. "You just can't tell. Some guys will talk and talk and be real friendly, but after they love you find out that they have stifled you. And for girls, and women, well, arn the whole they just don't leave anything." she says. According to Poppy. it doesn't do any good to go overboard to try and butter up a customer. 'Cusotmers con tell when a waitress is using fokey techniques to get a good tip. They don't want someone who lumps all over them and is all fluttery and everything," she says. But, beware. Poppy doesn't hesitate to use retaliation on rude customers.,Herfovorite weapon is on 'occidently" dropped hot fudge sundae. Mary Martin stays pretty busy. Besides waiting art tables five nights a week at Tony end P.4'., Mary is studying far a degree in human service and counselling -a skill that might come In pretty handy for taking care of rowdy customers. "We've got this one group that comes in here pretty regularly," says Mary. "They've got this favorite song 1tot they play on the luke box and whenever it comes time for this particular line, they al hwtathrwheir pctes up In the air.", Nonetheless, Mary likes the Gainesville crowd and ways folks here lip better than in Miami where sho was previously a waitress. "People aren't as picky here. When they stars getting picky about little things they you know you won't get such a good tip," Ste soyt .I When it comes to longevity records for woitressesMoc's Waffle House is Ihe winner hands down. Betty Goodman, who works mornings, has IS years under her apron strings and has slung damn near enough grits to fill up Lake Alice. Mac's may seem a bit cramped at times, but let's face it, its a Goineaville institution, ik. Betty says. 'It's a good place to come and cut the fool in." "We get'em all her. -the high and the low," soystBetty. "And if anybody storn. fussing at us then we fuss right bock. I mean, II we didn't funs bock then they wouldn't feel at home."~ The Pine Palace's loose, easy-going atmosphere suits Marty Coleman just fine. She's the kind of waitress who will sit down at your table, talk awhile and generally get you good and relaxed before you start your meal. And, best of all -she likes to push the house wine. "It's really different here." says Marty as she draws a draught for a guy at the bar. "everything is kinda off the wall. We don'thave to wear uniforms, so it's not so much like work. And, if we want to get o little loose on the job, well that'sokay, too." For Marty, who has worked at the Pizza Palace for a little more than a year the best aspect of being a waitress is having the daytime free. "There's like a whole different crowd of people who work at night and hang out In the day," toys Mouly, a self-*pmoclimed roquetball fiu$l. 'It's like o separate world really. Kinda nice.' When She gets a night off, Moily likes to hang out In other restaurants and be waited on herself. 'Yeh. I guess it's prety oesy to get Into ordering other people around sometIme." she says 'lust as bong as 96 don't 'gs corrded away." After she graduated from UF with a degree in physical education, Paula Anheim decided to go to work at the Pimrose inn since she could make more money as a waitress than as a teacher. And, when It comes to tips, Paula claims she can pretty well peg her customers by the way they order. 'If they act like they know what they're doing and tell you exactly what they want, then it's okay. But, the more questions I have to ask the, the less tip I get," she says. After one-od-a-half years as a waitress, Paula says there are two things that get on her nerves abcut customers -waiting onotoable of six people and having each of them ask her t recite the entire dessert list. .and men who insist on calling her girliee."

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P0ge tour eta Tle orangu tans are skeptical at tfie Jacksonville Zoo And it looks like hard times ahead for the hippos story by russell bloom photography by george kochaniec jr. The Jacksonville zoo story is a sad story. It's a story about 900 animals and a city with too few people who really care what happens to them. It's the story of a dying zoo. Zoos all over the country have been hit hard by rising costs and the Jacksonville zoo as ne exception. last year the zoo went into the red to the tune of $32,514. Operating expenses were up 22 per cent during the year while revenue increased by only 8.5 per cent. The biggest cost increase was for feed. During the year the cost of the animal's food jumped 30 per cent while personnel costs went up 23 per cent and services increased by 26 per cent. Each month the zoo allots $6,500 for feeding the animals, but the money rarely lasts the full 30 days. This year, the cost of feed alone may top $300,000. For example, taking a hippo to dinner for a year puts a $3,500 dent an the zoo's budget. Last month the Jacksonville Zoo become the center of an, as yet, unfiniuind controversy which developed from an attempt by the zoo's top administrator, Rear Admiral (Ret.) Leslie O'Brien, to save money. O'Brien ordered on overall 10 per cent cut im feed costs. But in order to achieve this goal some ammo's had their food cut by as much os 5O per cent The zoo's veternarian, Dr. George Yopp, said the lovge cuts left the animals with just enough food to sustain life and warned that at the reduced feeding levels the animals would not be able to resist diseases or parasites. The public's reaction was swift, vocal and overwhelmingly hostile. In the face of a growing number of protests, O'Brien decided to return the animals to normal feeding levels. The food rationing lasted less than a month and Oldren conceded that the plan "didn't work too well; it wab a bad move." While the feeding incident generated a lot of local publicity it represented little more than the prologue to the zoo's story of cutbacks, poor management and neglect. The zoo operates on an annual budget of $805,0. The City of Jacksonville provides $325,000 of that amount. The rest comes from admission fees ($1.25 for adults), concession profits, gifts and membership in the Zoological Society, the group that runs the zoo. As part of an effort to reduce zoo expenses O'Brien fired 20 people, a third of the zoo's employs. The greatest percentage of fired workers came from the groundskeepers and animal trainers and have subsequently left the zoo extremely shorthanded One of the remaining employers said everyone is doing triple work. "We come home emotionally and physically exhausted," he said. Part of the loy of being an animal keeper, according to the Director of the Santa Fe Community College Biological Park, Dr. Roy Giron, as getting to work closely with the animals. "Morale is bound to deteriorate if all the keepers have time to do is feed, clean and get out." "The animals will be affected, too, Giron added. "First, the keepers no longer have time to spend with the animals, getting to know them and learning about their habits. Theanmmals notice when they are getting less attention and they even become lonely." "At a good zoo the keepers will make themselves available to talk to the visitor,, answer their questions," Giron said. "That sort of thing suffers, too, when the keepers are overworked." Another way O'Brien plorns to cut expenses is by eliminating "excess" animals. The "excess" animals will either be sold or given to other zoos. But given the present economic squeeze, few zoos have money to purchase additional animals. Most modern zoos encourage breeding programs and, in the past, the Jacksonville Zoo has been proud of its own effort in this line. The zoo has TO rare, black loguars, nine of which hove been bred and born an Jacksonville. Breeding the animals in capitivity has the advantage of preserving the supply of that particular species in the wild while still allowing large numbers of people to familiarize themselves with the animals Unfortvnotely, breeding Is easier said than done and eX tl'RI

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extra! page five many species N mIpLy retusl o 0r$epr QdjCe under the orti f 'coa condi ions of o zoo environmnnt Tbot s why, when a zoo is successful in breeding a rare onimao such as the black jaguar, it usually tries to promote the production of as many animals as possible O'Brien has said, however, that animal breeding can no longer be encouraged. Last year one of the top priorities ot the zoo was the construction of on animal core center fo, newborn and oiling animals. Th. project has been shelved for the present. Ihe Jorjsonvqlle Zoo is p.nng most of its hopes For financing solvency on help From the cny It hos asked the city for on additionoh $92.000 to tide I ibrough the rest of the year. the city's share of the current zoo budget is $325,000. Next year zoo officials predict they'll need even larger infusions of city money if they are to survive. A half million dollars is the figure mentioned most often. The future of the Jacksonville zooloogicol park is 'One too leor What 5 tertcJin is thot this fmaonciol r nsis has torn the zoo apart Morale is low and tolk of plans for future improvements has been shelved in favor of tolk of present survival Jacksonville has never had a top notch zoo like Son Diego or St Louis or Washington D C But it hasn't been a bad zoo either. Now, unless the zoo gets a major transfusion from the city, it may become the scene of ci tragedy. And the animols.they'll be the first to know it. K LOOR LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! W ell, you looked, didn't you? Extra ads get results I LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! LOOF I

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poge eightcxrt barossing way without their bluereons ornd levi shirts Stork naked Watch Men ine one side of the room Women on the other up against the wall Randy stonds in the center, a slender dark nude draped with his guitar. He starts pushing buttons. "The rule about no sex -| think maybe we should change it. Let's hear what the congregation has to say." For this game, each person stands naked before the group and voices his opinion: Should sex be allowed or prohibited during the intensive Then tell whyInsecurities surface. Two groups form One side says it would get up tight if other people hod sex because that would disrupt consciousness growth and feelings of unity and love for everyone. Most of the other side says it doesn't want to have sex, but doesn't core if others do. Randy plays the inquisitioner, demanding people accept responsibility for their opinions. He disintegrates their rationalizations. One character at a Iinme, the debate takes hours. Watch. Some people change sides whenever the reasoning best covers their fears of insecurity and retection. Then white-whiskered Da asks, "What is this 'sex' we are arguing about? Is it naked embrace? Is it kissing woman's tits? Is it masturbation? What about finger fucking? Homosexual love?" Randy says you don't have to define sex. He describes it as a change of feeling, a desire. Finally he hits the people with the game they've been playing throughout the evening and their lives. "We make sex something special. We set up demands on ourselves and our partners, and suffer when we don't jive up to our expectations of performance. Sex -why should it mean anything more or less than taking a this?" Sex is an addiction to us, an emotior,-bccked Eoeet Prikes on Guitmro. Mandollns, Beies B acemM.ie SpesilIst In bfetig, benevelng B -rpsn, burmn. ems Guitar, Meedell., kae.o bus. -n sad flAthbarn m doemond programmed into our minds by our society Randy says But there is no sex during the intensive Without the threat of sex there is freedom from insecurities and from the fear to Lov. Randy tells the two sides to get their sleeping bogs and sack out A few hours pass an dark crumpled sleep Feet on heads, arms on strongers'stomachs, 38 bodies entwined on the floor. Buuwoong! Buuwooongl The gong cries at daybreak. Bodies squirm inside cotton cocoons. 'Everybody up!" Randy says. "Put your gear away and take five minutes for a shit Meet bock here.' Watch. Chaotic Meditation, a way to break through the limited consciousness of the rational mind, blindfolded. First 10 minutes bounce on your toes, panting like a rabbit through your nose. The gang clangs "Become a breathing machine!" Randy shouts "Keep going, keep going, push through push through!" Legs numb, sweat drips down bodies bouncing. Angel listens to the voice in her head drown in exhaustion. Push through into tO minutes of physical release, let go of your body with your rational mind, Randy says. Turn your body loose to its own motion. Listen. Fists and feet shwacking floors, walls. Madhouse wails, animal cries --Angel wonders: Is there so much pain inside these strangers? They make no joyous sounds. Stop! Next 10 minutes jump in place, repeating the mantra who-who-who-who-who-who, from the gut,. from the soul center. "Feel it pound down your spine like a hammer with each blast," Randy says. Push through, push through, push through. Making the sound wipes out thought, obliterates memory, leaves no desire to ponder the future. To want to stop means only you hove not. Theroo isfull of sporkling energy, pulsating from the sweat-glistening bodies in rhythm with the Freeze' Silence, meditoterlet the energy rise, flowing up from your center throughout your Randy says "Link up in a circle,' he says. "The rongrega assembled. What time is it?" NOW! the congregation shouts. "Where are we?" HERE BROTHER! it says Here now, the esse the exercise. Most of the group has experienc quiet of the heart by pushing through the heoo of the rational mind. chant feel it body, ltion is nce of ed the dspoce Saturday's exercises deal with unconditional acceptance of the here now, or "how to love the atomic bomb," Randy says. "Modern technology has progressed to the point where man's survival depends on his love (unconditional acceptance) for his fellow man. An evolution is taking place. All over the world people are realizing the love trip is the only way. "Real love is simply accepting the other person," Randy says. The key is to love yourself, to realize you are enough -you ore the master of your own life and only you con free yourself of your emotionbacked demands and end all suffering and unhapp'ness. Listen-a parable from a Zen Master -The Tigers and the Strawberries. The master is pursued by two snarling tigers who want to eat him. He runs until he comes to a cliff. The tigers close behind him, he has no choice except so jump or be devoured. He jumps off the edge and catches hold of a skinny branch on the side of ihe cliff. A few fees above him, the hungry tigers growl, waiting to eat him should he climb bock up. Below him on a ledge are two more tigers. awaiting his descent. The master looks at the branch that he holds for life, and sees two mice chewing through the limb. But m-enap

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poqe nine e xt r a! someic n~ig rise coint h-> Fi -side of the clift ore Iwo str wtmrry S'< x,W -< mosi beautiful red strawberries the r01skr has seen He reaches over, plucks the fro (nd cots it the mosi exquisite strawberries he hos 0 ,Or tflstrdj He has done everything in his power to scave his life Onl the hop abigbird mght corne arnd s oop He has everything he needs to be happy in the here Arnd the tigers ore always here nOw, and so ore the strawberries, Randy sOys Whichever you devote your consciousness to is up to you you ore the master of your own life. If you repeat anything often enough, you Whil be hove iAngel muses. Forty-eight hours of programming my rational mind to live here now LOWEsT PRICES IN TOWN i 3525 5.W. ARCHER RD. O) GittilM lv reC1Ih'*I r(JUS "my ~~xr! mIIId only I can change that Keep Ir'{dersiand it is very hard for you to be obI'ftive,"~ Jade tells Angel in his hesitant English "But it does I work for you, it doesn't rea ly matter I nmor some of the people here ore getting c lot out of Sunday afternoon and the revelation comes AlU the +ey've hod i oil aoongssh the kliy to feladequate ,nd to love others as one unconditionally accepts oneself There wos post so much fear in the way Fear that I was cleared in 48 hours of a fun-filled (it's a game) c-onsciousness growth trip Thirty-eight people return lo Goinesvylle, having realized they ore able to love. *U E u.u.uu.UL '~ -----AL Fl LYUUCANEI 4 PM-1O PM CHICKEN.,FRENCH FRIES,' COLE SLAW ROLLS REE REFILLSON ALL DRIN 1BSS 1T rr37".90 13 L I K T Si if you bring your empty Iars and bottles to us, them up for you with all sorts of useful liquids. the price, of packaging And we both save the glass from being squonderedl we'll fill You save precious Owr flquIds hlidudsl: HONEY PEPPERMINT SOAP SHAMPOO TAMAII SAUCE otnd save a big paper bog from a cruel fate. IIOTII4 NWath St. EL MARILYN MONR. iF D
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poqe edeven A Dxr S A I 4 0 I'lltake those co'mic~books Mie et $0 -7relatvely meager sum, They had been stored in my own time capsule, a closet/ bock home. Money isn't everything and it's not the reason why tarry Bignman saves thorn either Comic book collecting has been Larry's hobby since subculture of comic fandom, and he owns some of the rarest comic books in the world. Gainesville's Atlantic First Notional Bank is the b la fortress guarding Lorry Bigmon's special treasure Lorry sto ry byGlngengler enters the bonk from the roof. Sesame style metal doors on on elevator slide open and Lorry descends photography by john moran below street level. He shows his pass-key to the p woman downstairs, and signs the take-out cord It'sy like going to the library. But what on expensive Lorry soyt "When I was very little I was really io salt knows the landmarks in comic book history. library. A three-foot thick metal door is on tarry's monster movies This was before I really started Landmark Number one come with 'Action I" and right as he passes through an obviously bullet-proof reading comics A friend of mine was reading comics the introduction of Superman. At that time Superman gloss door, then I got hooked too, couldn't fly, lust leap tail buildings. The room shines from the reflection of the vail that "It's obviously escapism, but I don't see I1 that way This was the time of Captain America, Coptoin ismode up of hwdreds of metal rectangles, eachwath now. Now my molor ierest is the art Hn the comics. Morvel, the early Bosnman, Green Lantern and Flash.-a number on them. Lorry walks to the south-east I'm looking at the ability of the artist to tell a story in 'The Golden Age of Comics." Also published in thi corner of the vault to rectangle No 2397 and hands successive pictures.' era was "Crime Does Not Pay." the first crime comi( his key to the woman following him When Larry began collecting comics, he says, book in 1943. A large safe deposit box is withdrawn and token 'What I was doing was buying them off the stands Landmark Number two come about 1950 with' from the vault. Within are displayed Larry's most with the intention of keeping them. I was really hot publication of "E.C. Comics." Though at the time, valuable comic books -the books that place him into Marvels and that's what I really wonted." they were known for their horror comics, they among the higher rungs of comic book collectors Marvel's ore not on his collection lists anymore published true-to-life comics with social statements. Deftly and ever so gently the microbiology student (except for o select few). He mainly seeks "Golden One social statement, for example, was in "Shodk at the University of Florida, withdraws 'Action Comic" Age"comics those that were published up until the Suspense Stories" No. 13, in March of 1954. The story No. I from its polyethelene bog. "Action I" is the late "40s" dealt with a man hassling another moo literally tc prize of comic book collecting It begon the 'Golden Serious collecting began for Larry when he death because his grandmother was a Negro Afte Age of Comics" in 1938 with the introduction of acquired a copy of 'Rocket's Blast Comic Collector" the harassed rrlan killed himself the other mar Superman, the first costumed hero with super powers on early Fonnine A Fanzine iso publication aimed at learned his life had been saved when he was young, A visitor looks through the comic Suddently, "Don't comic book collectors. It has articles about by a blood transfusion from a Negro. flip it!" Larry reaches for the comic "I con see a flip superheroes and new comic books. Larry collects You might soy 1954 wasn't really the safest time tc coming from a mile off." Lorry explains thot flipping o Fonnnes, also make such social statements, due to the MoCarthy comic with thumb and forefinger could leave tends in Larry complains about the comic books on today's "witch hunts You'd be right. In 1954 a psychiatrist, the comic's pages lowering the value of the $3,600 market He says there ore too many and most lock Dr Fredrick Wertham published the book, 'Seduction comic book. That's what 'Action I is worth Inflation quality o h noet"Um .Cmc a ela hos hit everything including comic books "I personally don't think there's a hell of a lot of others) Werthanm cited comic books to be a malor Money isn't everything though that's not why potential in super heroes. And I don't tinmk the future cause of delinquency rn America. His somewhat tarry collects comics Larry complains about of comics is in super hereos," tarry 'ays. novel (and comical) charges brought him before the newspaper stories centering on the money aspect of Lorry writes for "Th0 Menomonee Falls Gazette," A Kefauver Committee, a Congressional committee comic book collecting, though it has been money that Fonzine oboul comic strips "Perhaps what is most investigating juvenile delinquency. As an outshoot of has brought comic book collecting io the limelight unsettling about most contemporary heroes is not these hearings the Comic Book Code Authority was recently. It is money that makes Lorry store his more their lock of character, if indeed one can say they established in 1955 and subsequently the "Code for valuable comic books (a small part of his collection) hove any, but the sameness of that which is in editorial mon This code sets strict~regulations in a bank vault, because the value of comic book has ev idence The failure of superheroes to be able to be against the portrayal of explicit crime or sex, It olsc shot up in the post five years. And it has been more real, so to speak, is due to their writers' reliance on regulates costumes and dialogue and, in fact, money that has brought comic book collecting to a the powers for story material."spcfclyfrd hes fthwrs"hrrod respectable place alongside other hobbies of As if to justify the glut on the comic book market "terror" in titles. Collection, tarry says, "It seems to me, now more than anytime But during this time come another landmark; the My friend, bock in '65 were The Fantastic Four, since he 1940s and '5s the publishers ore groping beginning of comic book fandom. This was in Spiemn r tog. h vnesTeMight for that one comic book in the sky that will se1 better response to "E.C. Comics" and was in the form of a pideman Dr Strnge Th Aveger Th g y thn ay oher omi bok "few short-lived Fanzines in 1953. There wouldn't be L orandothr cmicboo chractrs reaed y tn fom erecve o. 3. eceber 199:another surge of fans until the next landmark in comic Lee, editor of the Morvel Comic Group. They were "Fria s Deecie o. 3 Duerstoscmber 19,39:y oos Lory'sfrinds to, nd othhe ndI bgoncoletngdisguise must be able to strike terror into their hearts. Stan Lee had been editor of the Marvel Comic Thei "Marve beAu." of them'~ a ato inst be a creature of the night, black, terrible, a a Group since the '40s. Little new in the comic world rergenA of comchoo poplarty exas arry, As in m nsweroa Huge Bet flies in the open window. had happened since E.C. Comics went under in the rnd coinced wihsiu comic book collriyeing. An Bat! That's iti fl's on omen.l shall become a BAT. early '50u. Something new was needed. The comic aed myincod wt er istcoppedoo collecn 7 And thus bomn this weird figure of the dark. This book market worn glutted with a vorlety of comic i dradmn coc th e osopd valuecto me ,wy avner of evil. The Botman." books, none were too good. nte ldre n som e a n r od thle fit mediinswy of Comic books hove changed a great deal since So Lee sat down with .Sock Kirby, On artist, and most o d soeay aeCic Gropdsod themfrtedbn "Funnes on Parade," the first with the modern comic published in November 1961, "Fontostic Four" No. I. "'I ofteeryMre oi Irwas int o heim book format, was published. The dialogue especially, A resurgence of comic books began in what Is known 1 1 S V r

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extra! page twelve 'I don't think the future of comics is in s uper heroes was the introduction of human characteristics super heroes. About the same time, Jerry Boils and published "Alter in his In 1970 the first comprehensive "Comic Book G guide" Roy Thomas, Ego," the first molar Fonrine in the '60s aimed at comic books and advertisements of persons seeking to buy or sell ?hem Things snowbolled after that More Fonzmnes were published, by anyone who could get a ditto machine and a typewriter. And in 1964 the first successful comic book conventions were held in Detroit and New York. Since then conventions hove occurred regularly throughout the country and they hove become a Price was published. It hod 228 poges without advertising, but by 1974, it had expanded to 452 pages, without odvertismng. Lorry helps put the guide out and is one of the price consultants. The guide shows inflation has hit comic books. In The sun is low on the horizon, almost hesitant, costing a murky gloom ove, the impersonal towers of the world's most congested island. Al) is dock, all is gray. As for as Spider-mon is concerned, the dawn fris his 1970 mood exactly. 1970 'Action No. 1, "in the best condition, was worth $300. The '74 guide lists it at $2,800 and the new guide, soon to come out, is expected to list it in the neighborhood of $3,602. From "Morsel Team-up No 34, 1975: "A cold down im lore February. Tendris of mistdrift moaor outlet for comic book collectors and dealers, west from the East River like white fingers of frost. 'Cmor hero -cheer up,. things can't be that bad con they? You wonna bet? Maybe I'm exaggerating but it seems to me I get more than my share of life's little burdens. Not only do t hove to cope with a world that wants to kill me as Spider-man -but I've also got to deal with some simply mind-boggling problems as Peter Parker.". Don't we all, Spider-mon?X Flacquieibll Fans' SPECIAL SALEON RACQUETS, HALLS.,& SHOES WOOD RA COUETS BY JAGUAR: FALCONS *6.1i0 BLACK KNIGHTS *7.50D KING ALUMANUM *14.95 JAGUAR METAL *145 Puma Rucqmmtbl~E s CLOSEOUT *15.00 SEAMCO Balkgramn or blink sum.8 Located Upstairs At 3411 W.University Ave. 371-7423 or excitement, or racing, or exlhlarationi, or sport, -or fun, or frlendsfip, orea thousand other reasonsbid most of all because Hobie Cat is a fantastic way of Ilf. A Noble Cit is the more than 500 annual regattas participated in by over 8,000 owners. It's an unpralleaed form of family recreation for young and old alike. isanwyof life. To join the actiwni The set In your area ..see 3202 N.MAIN 377-SAIL 4 deaen U 209