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A gas laser valued at nearly $2.000 was operator. ,
stolen from the Engineering Sciences building Williams said the laser is used "for the
over the weekend according to Jim Shuler demonstration of optical phenomena.
$2,000 laser University Police Department (UPD) information '* It's beyond me why anyone would wantto
; gas 'officer. steal it." he said. '
( Shuler said the theft was'reported to UPD
by Harty Stroud, who said he secured the SHULER SAID"there were no signs of
room containing the laser at 6 p.m. Friday forced entry at the scene of the,theft, but that
.and discovered it stolen at 8 a.m. Monday. latent fingerprints were found on the stand
stolenfromUF ACCORDING TO David Williams, a where the laser stood, and on tlie'duct tape
professor in the engineering science depart securing the laser.
ment, the laser' is not powerful, but could Shuler added that several people have keys
cause eye damage in the hands of a careless tb the room where the laser was stored.
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I :UF, preparing for lump sum funding I Ii


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<." \\t,, .' By STUART EMMRICH dealing with the increased flexibility Wed University System. fectively: )that we better be able to face up to."
: '.,::.,.,' .. Alligator Staff Writer nesday. THE ''EDUCATION subcommittee of the THE STATE SCHOOLS will have almost
The Florida House of Representatives Senate Ways and Means committee ,also total freedom with the E&G, budget in
j::.:With( I lump sum funding for.the. state approved the funding change as a part of a approved the lump sum funding concept in its'appropriations allocating funds, but there will be some
. ;;universities;"100 per cent certain" for next- $250 million allocation to the Educational bill passed Wednesday. restrictions on the salary rates.,

i ye'r.' UP., officials started the process of and General (E&G), budget of the State The full senate is expected to passthe. House bill states that the average faculty
! ;Is*. /' .. funding method. pay rate cannot exceed $21,772; the career
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;1U-". UF President,Robert Q. Marston said ,the service employe ,rate cannot exceed $8,441;
I. ",.i flexibility created by lump funding "is the<<: and the administrative and professional rate
I I single most important thing to be done for theuniversities. cannot exceed SI6,255.
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The bilt'also that
stipulates no 'employescan'
INSTEAD OF itemizing each allocation
11 ':,1 the change will allow the universities to be given a pay increase, unless they are

t \ transfer funds from within the BAG budget to promoted.
meet special needs caused by a tight budget Lump sum funding was also approved for
; year. the Institute of Food and Agricultural
,e.. iez:( s :.. '< UF Executive Vice President Harold, Sciences budget $32 million, and the J.Hillis
!., T MY Hanson predicted there will be a 'lot, of ,Miller Health Center budget, S19.6 million.
\\I'.J.; tugging and pulling" in the budget process, UF Vice President for Academic\ Affairs
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Ji'!;t"I "" .11LJ'!!;'''It ,1,, with\teach),college and department thinking! Robert Bryan said budget hearings for each of
\"" '. I they ,'can better use funds appropriated the colleges: would begin.in, about two weeks t I
elsewhere.He and the deans should be prepared to discuss
added the lump sum, flexibility :will 'how they 'would use any flexibility given to
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FRANK RINELLA apartment should be around $10, Smith said.
Alligator Staff Writer Eighteen of 30 apartment complexes polledby
the Alligator said that their water and
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pnee Apartment rental rates for fall quarter'will sewage bills had gone up at least 150 per cent.
increase an average of $10 to $15 a month They also said that increased maintanance
over last ,fall prices, due to increased costs in costs were forcing rents to rise.
water, sewage and maintenance. Randy Greene, resident manager of the
Profit from electric rates formerly made up French Quarter' and Village Park and the
the deficit in treating water and sewage Mary .Gainesville Apartment Association president,
Anne Smith Regional Utilities Board (RUB, )) said water and sewage rates have more than
Consumer Services representative said. _doubled-.for his complexes, ,
-.P;, Y.QU'PQY' ."It (water and sewerage treatment bills) "MY' LATEST ';water and sewage bill is
was depending on the electrical side of bills to $3,200. Our bills used to be around. ; $1,300,"
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pay for it and it was always in the red." Smith Greene said. "'*.

said.UNDER Greene said he expects to pay an estimated
THE NEW structure, a flat rate of $25,000 in water and,sewage bills over .the
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'P 75 cents per 1,000'gallons,of water plus a next'' year.. : ,
r I y S1.50 service charge:determines the water bill.
The old structure had a six"level sliding Twenty-five of 30 complexes polled will be
'scale for large consumers. Under that lorced to raise rents.An average increase of
structure, a minimum rate of $3.70 was $10 for unfurnished and $15 for furnished.
charged for every 4.000 gallons used. For'the; apartments will go,into effect. :
next J 16,000 gallons. cents was charged for, Of apartments polled the average'monthly
',. every J. oo gallons used. After 20,000 gallons rents were as follows: one bedroom 'unfurnished
r .', t.# 47(cents was ch.rged.for, every 1,000 gallons ;, SJ65| ; .furnished $180. Two
>:: \ .r: .:..' .' used. Bedroom one bath unfurnished S215furnishedS250Two ;"; *
'! In addition, to the' water' hike, RUB has bedrogms'twobaths-un" jr
..'':; "',J .... ,' started charging 55,60, for sewage. ;-,for/each; furnished.$240-furnished III S260.; Three-- !
,; ..w .' apartment unit ins"thecomplex., '- ,bedroom x two bath:'unfu'rnish'edr$240,'furnished -.
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the jury finds him,guilty, the House cayght ,our
TALLAHASSEE Ha.(UPl))-The Senate ignored warnings judication of guilt or suspend sentence in the cases of youthful guilt after whose side
bait
It's time to fish or cut are :you on. the
today the state will have to spend $50 million for new prisons offenders or other unusual circumstances."Call error. citizen?"
and agreed with the House that judges should be forced to this foolish rehabilitation and bleeding for the people criminal or the law abiding
D-Ocala. estimated that the
MacKay, ,state
sentence criminals using firearms to at least three years in jail. who violate the law. The people on the street are not going to Sen. Buddy
$50 million to provide more prison:
The Senate approved for the second time a measure by Sen. put up with it." said,Senate President. Dempsey Barren. D- would and judges.have to Prosecutors spend and defenders With the appeals space Court
Jim Glisson. R-Eustis.setting a three year minimum sentencefor Panama City.
murder,sexual battery,robbery.burglary and other major "We didn't realize the court can withhold adjudication of load doubling or tripling.

crimes if"a firearm or destructive device"is used.,
It accepted a major amendment added by the House which

approved withholding, the adjudication bill last or week suspending prohibiting the sentence judges because from Ford will ask for GI Bill cuts I

according:: to Glisson "Lawyers and judges have been making a
their deals and running the country." WASHINGTON(UPI)- In an act Although (Ford called the GI l bill""a
The Senate struck manslaughter from the firearm crimes: marking the end of the Vietnam era, wartime benefit" Congress in 1967
getting the minimum sentence and made other changes so President Ford Wednesday canceled: voted to extend the benefits to e ,R ]R,41

the bill(SBSS)goes back to the House. some wartime benefits and asked peacetime soldiers who served bet
The crucial Tight taking up"'about two hours 'was over Congress to eliminate the GI Bill's ween the Korean and Vietnam wars. w p a'a
whether judges should have discretion to withhold ad- education program for future ser

vicemen. Press Secretary Ron Nessen said I a

Ford's action' signals. "the end of the F
thursday Service connected death and Vietnam era."
disability benefits continue' in full S ka

force But the decision may have started a

/capsule new war between Congress and the
And in a message less than happily
White House. Veterans benefits get
received by Congress. Ford asked the t 0L
preferred treatment in Congress since
lawmakers to end GI bill education
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they are known to be excellent vote
benefits for those entering the service
gutters and the various veterans
July I or later.
Sea-borne evacuees groups are powerful lobbyists.

Almost everyone who has served in

pull into Asian portsSUBIC the military since 1940 has been In a statement handed reporters by
eligible for the GI bill's payments to Nessen Ford said his actions will not r.1II11L
offset the cost of an education. More affect benefits of the 7 million men
DAY PHILIPPINES (UPI-A" "ghost fleet" of than IS ,million men have taken and women who served in the PRESIDENT FORD.favor'wartime1'veteranbenefits I
South Vietnamese Navy ships steamed into. port Wednesday advantage of the benefits and they ,Vietnam War or who still serve in the .
jammed with Dozens of fishing boats and merchant cut
refugees. will' cost.$4.2 billion this year. armed forces.
vessels loaded with Vietnamese evacuees straggled into other' :

Southeast Asian ports.
The 24 navy ships now under the command of American
officers were the last big rescue convoy to arrive at' the Early consuwe&MII' ( act/op/ seen I

American naval base from the'South China Sea. where' the' : .. .:. :. ,
final air-sea evacuation from Vietnam was staged. '
The 20,000 refugees aboard the flotilla were immediately WASHINGTON, (UPI)- Legislation,to,create t a consumer Originally Allen and other foes of the agency had not
transferred to six waiting U.S. merchant vessels for passage to protection agency began what may be a swift course through, planned filibuster because the recent change in Senate
Guam, the Senate Wednesday when backers stepped in to head off a rules made it easier to cut off debate. Backers of the bill
Elsewhere ships steamed into ports in Malaysia. Guam repeat of the filibuster that killed the plan last year. believe the rules change plus the new faces in the Senate since

and Thailand. Forty-six ships of various descriptions were As foes of the idea warmed up another attack. Senate last fall's election will make it easy to end the talk and get to
anchored off Singapore alone. a successful: vote. .
announced that "
Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield a
petition to cutoff: debate on'the bill would be filed Friday. The House passed similar legislation last year but it is still
ask Ford to at the hearing stage there this year.
Vagrants This year with President Ford already expressing op., Sen.John Tower. R-Tex.. said Wednesday the legislation is
position to what he considers an unnecessary addition to the an "utter atrocity" that would "proliferate the bureaucracy

declare/ them refugee_ federal bureaucracy. Senators opposed to the bill had not impede the administrative law process clog our courts
planned a filibuster as such. But Sen. James Allen, D-Ala., disrupt the free market system and cause' untold economic
reportedly telephoned Sen. Abraham Ribicoff. D-Conn., a damage."
SACRAMENTO Calif.. (UPI-The vagrants on the city's main supporter of the bill,Tuesday night to tell him an all-out Allen, in a prepared Senatate speech called for removal
skid row want President Ford to designate them as refugeesand filibuster .
was planned. from the bill of an exemption for labor matters
build a tent city as he has done for arriving Vietnamese.
"1'ent'cities look beautiful to us." said Richard Young. 37.

an unemployed field hand.."If we could get a tent city and a
field kitchen, we'd be all set." Cuba ties inevitable : McGovernHAVANA I
Young who describes himself as "a first-rate tramp and
proud" said: "We don't resent the refugees but the
American people should be for the American people first." (UPI-Sen.) George McGovern said Wednesdaythat acquainted session Tuesday night..

Young and a group of skid row residents sent Ford. a he and Cubans leaden have a feeling that the restorationof McGovern. D-S.D.,told a news conference he had spent an
telegram Tuesday asking for help. It read: diplomatic relations with the US is inevitable and that he hour with Castro Tuesday night during which each had a
"We are without work housing.medical care and food. We is taking it up directly with Premier Fidel Castro. chance to size up the other.
are not eligible for welfare and we are seeking the same McGovern and Castro scheduled a meeting for late 'The'senator, who has been outspoken in favor of resuming
federally supported aid being given to Vietnamese classifiedas Wednesday night' to discuss what McGovern called substantive normal relations with Cuba's communist government, arrived
refugees." issues in, U.S.-Cuban relations following a surprise in Havana Monday on a four day visit at Castro' invitation.


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By DEBBIE IBERT million in the E&G budget. As in the house appropriation, the senate
Alligator Staff WriterA The recently-passed House appropriations proposal would hand the university system its
bill gives state universities $15,4 million more money in a lump sum ratherthan fund each
:Senate Ways and Means subcommitteeon for E&G purposes than the governor item in the budget separately..
education has added S23 million to Gov. recommended.For .
Reubin Askew's proposed 1975-76 budget for' "Lump-sum funding will let ui do more qrr
the state IFAS the senate subcommittee with less (money)," Regent Chairman
university system. allocated $33 million, or $2.4 million more Marshall Criser said. The funds will be
However the increase might not survive than Askew's budget,, York said. The house assigned to the Board of Regents, who will
scrutiny by the full committee tonight. version added $1.2 million to the governor's delegate responsibility for allocating the sumsto
The entire university system includingall recommendations for IFAS. each of the nine, university presidents.
nine universities, two medical centers and
the Institute of Food and Agricultural THE J. HILLIS Miller Health Center Getting funds in a lump sum instead of line
. Sciences (IFAS) received an appropriationof received $19.5 million for E&G purposes and. item budgeting will enable the universities to 3MARSHALL ___w _
5363 million from the subcommittee. $28.6 million for the' Shands Teaching transfer available funds from within the E&G --- n
Hospital according to the senate sub budget to other areas which have been hard CRISER
ERNIE LITZ, legislative aide for sub committee allocations. hit by the tight fiscal .year. funds will be assigned to regents' I
committee chairman Sen. Robert Graham D- .
Miami said the figures reported by the
subcommittee Tuesday night were S23 million
higher than the governor's recommendations No known cure for disease ,
and $6.5 million more than the House Appropriations '! J'' .
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bill, which passed Tuesday, gives :< .

the The, university education system.subcommittee. headed by Lethal yellowing disease makes .

Graham, refused to cut its proposed budgetfor .
higher education despite .instructions from
Senate President, Dempsey Barron, D-
Panama City, to reduce budgets for all state. coconuttrees'future questionableBy
agencies by an overall one per cent.

Graham, and Senate Ways and Means
Committee Chairman Bob Saunders, D-
Gainesville, decided the subcommittee would .Alligator Staff Writer which grow statewide., electron-microscope: scans of. affected tree
"not only not reduce (the SUS budget), but Beginning ,first in Key West '20 years ago, tissues. West said.
increase it (over the governor's recommendation They poke the South Florida sky like a 'yellowing has since crept up the keys and IN THE MEANTIME, the Florida
)," Litz said. quarter million barren telephone poles, no infected South Florida. Now,. the bottom Department of Agriculture' is injecting
longer bearing any resemblence to the picture fourth of the state is battling the disease.So tetracycline antibiotics into large numbers of
THE SUBCOMMITTEE'S proposed SUS postcards and photos in the "come to is UF's Institute of Food and trees to slow the disease down.
budget ,will have to be approved by the full Florida" brochures.' Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). Operating on a "Injection remits' (delays) the disease for
Ways and Means Committee tonight ,before And more of them are dying. special legislative appropriation and a. federal about six months, and so far we have been
going: to the senate floor for debate. MANY OF FLORIDA'S estimated one anda "grant, WAS researchers have so fardiscovered able to keep trees'alive for two, years", West
Of.the '$363, million $105.8 million will half million coconut palms are falling prey that antibiotics! can be, injected"into said.The ,
come from trust funds of which the principal to "lethal':yellowing:?' a mysterious, disease trees slowing the early symptoms of tetracycline delay tactic may keep trees
source of i income; is' .tuition. fees: Another, with an unknown cause and no cure. yellowing.to indefinitely postpone,death.,? ,alive even longer but since the treatment is
$247.2 million will 'come; out of general The disease which literally causes coconut AND $200,000 In. additional grant money only two.years old.' researchers will have to
revenue (mostly state sales :tax: ), and federal, palms,to fall apart; is spreading steadily upthe from the legislature this year, may provide the wait and see if that's possible.The .
revenue sharing contributes $10 million. 'Florida peninsula.The support that will eventually provide he cure antibiotic injections can only save trees
first signs of the disease are droppingof for lethal yellowing.Dr. in the early stages of the disease though and
E.T.
According to Chancellor-designate the tree's coconuts: and blackening of the Sherlie West. IFAS Assistant Dean removal of diseased trees to control yellowinghas
York, the subcommittee offers the
report seed sheaths and flowers. Next the palm research said researchers still "don't know the proven "too monumental a task" West
university system does.ASKEW'S "significantly more than (thegovernor" fronds yellow and drop. Finally, about three cause'' of yellowing, but said insect counts said. "
months later, the trunk dies. around affected trees and other techniquesmay If a cure is not found for yellowing, it ,is
PROPOSAL .budgeted $229 COCONUT'' 'PALMS grow only in' the lead IFAS to the culprit. conceivable. that it could spread throughoutthe
million for the SUS's massive education and southern half,of the state, but yellowing also "We have noticed low levels of a state and. even infect local palms West
general purposes, while the
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Whistle campaign draws. enthusiastic response 1




By JANET PARK, "People were saying, they wished we had
Alligator Staff Writer started( it sooner," .Shellenberger said.
"THEY ALSO SAID I we should start
All 1200<>' SG "Stop Rape" whistles were working, :on getting more lights around the
given out to UF women by 3 p.m. Wednesdayand dark areas of campus." she said.
"people were still coming up to ask.us for Shellenberger warned students about
them." according to SG Director of Women's playing games"'with the whistles."I .
Affairs Cindy Shellenberger.; hope I never.: hear the sound of one .
The table' set up tor ,distribution at the because it will mean 'some' woman i is being
Plaza of the,Americas, ran.out of its supply of raped n'this_ i campus, ,";shy:said.
400 by:2..p.: ", ',.. :. Very.few men fried their luck at' wheedling '
; THE': J.. WAYNE, REITZ Union a whistle from the women 'distributing i them.
distribution" point ran ./out around' 3 :p.m., Shellenberger Said, I
Shellenberger reported? *anf) the Sorority Row :She)Had previously announced that t the SG- b wool.

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location only had! a<:few 'left,at 4 p.m. funded:whistles! Were only for wonTen' the 'STOP-RAPE'WHISTLES '.,' -.';'' ,.
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Shellenberger said she.was: Surprised at)the': ,;potential f victims of, rape. ',.,.. .-. .'1200 distributed yesterday I
number'of staffon1en who came to claim a '" ,. .
whistle and'light-weight string to. wear it '. :
on. UF' vet hospital I building begins I
"Nurses from the (U. Hillis Miller) Health
Center called me and said they were scared to ,
walk to their cars at night." she said, noting Ground breaking ceremonies for, UF's 20th veterinary school In the,United States. It so that we can ,make it a good teaching
that the health center parking,lot had been'' veterinary sch.ooltwiIJ be held May 17 at 10:30: will have two clinics: *including small! animal hospital." "Later' on," Cornelius said
the. scene of several}rapes. a.m. .at the livestock pavilion.! ., ... .,,in,clinic! ands horse clinic which: will be ready to, 'classroom_ space )will be"added and fulloperations
SOME WOMEN PLANNED to keep the Commissioner! of:Agriculture. Doyle E... begin operations by the fall of 1976. "will *: ,
whistle'by the phone since they had been Conner. State University System Chancellor- commence.,1. v. 4'
bothered by obscene phone) calls, she added. designate, E.T. York and UF J President The hospital is being built first because Due to the 'initial lack 'of'spacexonly 40
Shellenberger said the "Stop Rape" Robert 0. Marston. will be among the state according to the planner of the veterinary students will be accepted in the. fall quarter.:
campaign received enthusiastic comments officials 'at the ceremony. school Dr. Charles Cornelius, "A good two Approximately 80 students' will be accepted,
from the women who stopped to get a whistle The'$8.241.000 com,,t ,, will only be the yean 15 needed 't 6. a siiffcient) clientele1 'VhelTthe 1 'school'{s'complete '.t b'uiU) : '
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odds- ,: "We just asked the st department if
% ./ 'W'ORKl$G AGAINST; tremendous -, *
\1, for the we could 'wind up the weeks' plays with a tripto
Alligator Staff Writer ,, there was 0'0'bridge in the small room
goats to "trip-trap" across only the Big Billy the hospital and they consented..so we
Dougie grinned and giggled from his Goat Gruff character was played by its came" she said. .
hospital bed. original member (John Dunlap),, and the When asked if she thought laughter was the
"He hasn't said a word for days!" said the nasty troll was garbed as a witch doctor-the best medicine. Student Nurse'" P.F. Chiovitti
nurse happily and she smiled too as "Indian"Christine players managed to win over the crowd of laughed. "It sure helps. she'said. ':
( Billy Goat
John Dunlap Big Grufl)
Tudor "hey-aheyed" around the about 20 children.
1 1t yellow hospital room. Most of the children. seemed..to like the agreed."I .
AS TUDOR DANCED around the Shands Indians best Even "Weyland, who before: think it's great for the kids to get en-
pediatric ward she changed, "If rain dancescan the performance cried "I wanna go home I tertainment more than just once a year
bring rain they can do anything. Dougie want my momma!" was shouting (Christmas). I used to work at a hospital and
witch troll know how tiresome it can be to stay for weeks
and tonight when we go back to our tee-pees "Howwwwl"! when the doctor
we're going to do' magic, Indian dances 'till begged for someone to teach him tQ say helloin and weeks-especially for children" he said.
t The actors were Julie Zimmerman
you're all well. .. Indian.A .
Dougie was one of the many patients in precocious bespectacled child named Susannah Gilbert John Dunlap, Jerry
the Shands Teaching Hospital pediatricward John was almost as excited with Chief Blue Dickey. Christine Tudor Doric Arnold Sara
enthralled by the, antics of seven cast Thunder as he was when before the per Ochs and the costume designer was Cindy
members from Florida Players', childrens' formance his father told him he would be .Duffin.. ._- -
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photo by John moron Make Believe' ONE LITTLE GIRL carressed the feathersof
A FRIENDLY VISIT
THE UF ACTORS and costume designer the Oglala Sioux costumes and was ecstatic
.by the Florida Players confirmed the proverb "laughter is the best when an Indian asked "Do you want to keepit
medicine," on Monday when they smuggled ?"
authentic Oglala Sioux Indians 'the three Since Cindy Duffin the costume designer,
UF to sponsor Billy Goats Gruff and Princess Dark from is an "Indian nut" the costumes were quiteauthentic.
their costume department onto the pediatric. Hand-woven blankets hand-
wards of the Shands hospital. strung ,necklaces moccasins headdresses .
Sunland event' The fairy-tale creatures 'wandered from and skirts all looked as if they had just been ; .r Y t
room to''room lighting the eyes of young stolen from a reservation.
UP students in cooperation with Sunland children in bed on crutches and in wheel Ideas for other costumes used in the play
Training Center will" sponser the District, chairs. Their destination was the' 7th ,floor came from children at the P.K4 Yonge school."I .
Special Olympics this Saturday at' The play room decorated in bright yellow paper had no idea that'' so many children
Florida Track. sprinkled with merry green and purple thought of the rain as a cloud unfit I looked at ._
Children from the Sunland Training Center carousels. the 5th graders' drawings," Duffin said. IU.' fll.i r'i
photo by John moronWHO'S
will compete in various track and field events. The "play-room" became indeed a playroom CHRISTINE TUDOR said the idea for the THAT
Admission is free and the meet will start at 9 as the cast performed an impromptu hospital performance came to her when she ? I
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Alligator Staff Writer


To Be Great. Rosanna Laurie assistant, administrative to.

International Students, died

It's possible you've never heard an STR loudspeaker-- Wednesday Florida North morning Regional at

'only 10% of the audio dealers in the world are qualifiedto Hospital.The 62-year-old. Laurie

carry the STR line. succumbed to a terminal
illness after fighting it for

nearly two years, according to w
The founder of STR believed that the manufacturing giantsno Susan Phillips, secretary to
longer adequately responded to the needs of the ever the ,assistant dean of In-
changing audio market. The first speaker system was sold ternational Student' Services.
,without advertising, sophisticated marketing programs or a
large bank account. Within a few years STR grew to a full line LAURIE CAME to UP in
"which now markets seven different models. 1959 from Pennsylvania. At
UP she worked with foreign
students from over 75
countries:

WHY STR? "
"She was a mother figure
said Kate Stechmiller, a-

M music exactly as It was performed by the artist. Voices sound advisor to student affairs.
t4 f natural and Individual instruments retain their Identity. All "Each student with
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a LwI _________
| loudspeakers are efficient, so smaller amounts of power him his own unique problemsand
reproduce high volume levels with no sacrifice In accuracy. she was there to help
From the hardest rock to the most sophisticated orchestration\ overcome them and, to allay
the discriminating listener will,appreciate STR.
V v Y- their fears of the new life they
eta were embarking on.

F,. a UNCOMPROMISING "She would adlvise them on
I immigration laws, legal
QUALITYAll matters and personal matters.
She would even perform
marriages," Stechmiller said.

products are hand finished with the use of semi-gloss "She was the mainspring
lacquers bring out the texture of the woods, and to enhance for International Student .
their appearance for many years. office for as long as I've been
Heavy construction\ is used to minimize energy lots and box) there," Lester Hale, vice
deformation. This Includes the use of Internal bracing and president of student affairs
three-quarter Inch two-surface glue bonds. Veneers are the *
emeritus,said.
thickest In the Industry.
"She was the one person
.
THE P-10 upon whom "all foreign
students leaned.

The P.10 I Is STR's medium priced fioor standing speaker. GLEN FARRIS, retired
Design emphases Is on achieving high efficiency without foreign student advisor,
sacrificing bass response. As In all STR loudspeakers, remembered Laurie as having
flj piezoelectric tweeters are used They have a transparent airy of
that "special quality
sound and are much more reliable than conventional
tweeters.' human understanding which
Drivers ,One 10" woofer made for an effective
One 4%" midrange relationship with our student
Two piezoelectric! tweeters with control guests from other lands. Her
goal was to serve students in
n'' } Recommended Power Umltsi their quest for an education."
9 'Minimum watts RMS-CH
Maximum 75 watts RMS-CH Laurie was an active
titer member of the Business and
Finish Handfinlshod Satin Walnut with Black Professional Women's Club

,. Grill Cloth. and was very involved with i
Price, : $200 Each local civic groups that worked
N' 1'1' with various foreign student
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WarrantyiVjrnt warrants Ms loudspeakers against defects. In organizations.
workmanship" materials for 5 years for the F 10. Aleyoutll.rfuel Tom Goodalc, dean of
SIR dealer will repair or replace any defective part Student Affairs, said "1
,.,correct any d.f.ctin workmanship WITHOUT CHARGE
Th.P-10 consider it a great loss to the
Damag. from misuse or abuse Is not covorod.hiSOLDCLhVi
student community. She took
1 foreign students, under her
wing and gave them directionif
they were lost or confused..

-f T- : ich Laurie is survived by her

> husband, Morton C. Laurie

,_ Reneke of Gainesville, and
Fred Howard'of Harrisburg.Pa. .
: .., ,f T |' 1802'W. UNIVERSITY .,. and six'grandchildren.
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Listen to the, sound of 99

JOANNE KOHL SOUTHPAW
Alligator Staff Writer

... and remember...
Advanced registration for all students attending summer
quarter will be held from Tuesday, May 13 to Friday, May 16, LADIES LADIES DRINKS
in the basement of Tigert Hall. FREE 75 cents ALL NIGHT
Pat Dovell, assistant registrar officer, said the schedule of
,classes will be available in the basement of Tigert Friday, May DON'T FORGET.OUR
9.
Appointments tor registration have already been sent to HAPPY HOUR
students who indicated they will be returning for summer
quarter Dovell said. MON-FRI 5-8 P.M. FREE POPCORN
ANY STUDENTS WHO wish to register for summer
quarter, but were not given an appointment, should contact
the Registrar's Office. NO COVER MON-WED niber5-i bop
Advanced registration is held for students currently Friday & Saturday $1 Cover
registered at UF. Registration for students returning or
entering UF will be held Friday, June 20, in the basement of 3500 S.W. 13th St. 377-2776 -I 1620 W.UNIVERSITY

Tigert Hall. "ON BIVENS ARM LAKE" [t---LJ OPEN 9.9 III
Early registration appointments for fall quarter have not
been sent out yet, Dovell said. Fall registration for students I I W TcT r r 11
currently enrolled at UF but who will not be attending
summer quarter, will be held from Tuesday, May 20 to
Friday May 23. Course schedules for fall will be available in
the basement of Tigert on Friday, May 16.
JAMES BURNS, associate director of Planning and
Analysis' said 12,500 students are expected to enroll for
summer session this year. Last year 11,079 students
registered for summer quarter.
"There are two countervailing pressures on our projectionof
summer enrollment this year. There is an unusually high
proportion of freshmen and sophmores registered this spring
quarter. This group students usually skips summer session,"
Burns said. I MAGNEPLANAR
This large 'number of underclassmen would tend to
depress the estimated enrollment figure he said.
'However, the job market looks so bad this.year that a
said.higher enrollment in ,summer ,:'session. is expected," Burns They don't look like speakers.

They don't sound like speakers.

For coordination They sound like you're there. .


SG restructures
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state of the art Tympani Magrceplanar
cabinet
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a less expensive model the MG-1 I '

LESLIE GOLAY which is sold exclusively through
Alligator Staff WriterA
Magnepan dealers

restructuring of the Student Government cabinet will
coordinate the activities of SG cabinet functions and
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university committees where the areas of jurisdiction overlap.
Dan lA>beck, vice president-elect of the student body, said. and 500 square inches of total
lA>beck will be taking applications for cabinet, subcabinetand
university committee positions until Friday, when he will diaphragm area this speaker
be sworn into office. produces a huge true to hfp'suundso :
LOBECK SAID many cabinet functions overlap university
committee functions in jurisdiction,but under the new system real it must be heard toHP
students can present a united,front on issues. believed.
"It's also a better way to keep up with the level of activity of
student members on ,university committees," Lobeck said.
Faculty and students comprise university committees
which deal with student related areas and make recommendations $625.00 per matched pair.
directly to UF President Robert Q. Marston. The
cabinet i is part of SG's executive branch, which makes
proposals for reform and service projects. r.
Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen said he
was "in favor of more effective coordination in terms. of the.
university. committee process."
beck"said he will be asking for more information from
each applicant for cabinet and committee posts than past vice
presidents have. Applicants must put down how many hours
they plan to take throughout the term, how many hours per audioetc.
week they are willing to put into the job and they must remainin
school during the summer.
An applicant can also indicate 10 other areas outside of 1999 N.W. 43 St. Millhopper Shopping Center
cabinet director positions they may prefer to work on. Lobeck

said. 377-4107 Open 10-9
"This new application processing will be a lot more work weekdays 10-6 Saturday
f Sulk will mean we, will, get' activists'on 'thi''c abinet com
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Commissioners. approve. wirinq ordinanceBy


LINDA WISNIEWSKI "administrative authority" of the building League of Cities during the Tuesday meeting. Durrance said.
Staff ,
Alligator Writer
( "department before electricity can be eon''tiected
according to the, ordinance. "MOST-OF THE differences" that exist The commission will meet today to discuss
Alachua County Commissioners approved Violation of the ordinance is a between units of local government are due to the county budget and zoning requests. The
a ordinance that would
new
Tuesday govern misdemeanor.The a lack of communication which would im meeting will be held on the fourth floor of the
the exterior of mobile homes.
wiring county commission also voted to prove if the county commission joined the county courthouse in the commission room at
The ordinance the service box of
states a 1 become a member of the Alachua County League of Cities, commission chairman Jack 2 p.m.
mobile home must provide 100 amps, of -
electricity instead of the presently required 75
amps Commissioner Perry McGriff said. Aspinwaleect.ed/ / senate president .

THE ORDINANCE, which will take effectin -
10 days, was adopted to prevent unsafe By MICHAEL BRADLEY constitutional amendment referendum.. The senate also passed on first reading a'
electrical wiring of mobile homes. McGriff Alligator Staff Writer The constitution' now requires at least 25 request from Honor Court Chancellor Byron
said. Sen. Art Aspinwall was elected Student per cent of the student body to have voted in Petersen that the senate allow him to appointan
Although the new ordinance will take effectin Senate President Tuesday night by a the referendum and of that a two-thirds associate vicechancellor.With .
the umncorporated areas of the county unanimous vote of the senate, succeeding ex- majority is needed to ratify the amendment.Sen. 65 cheating cases pending Peterson's
"W'dliketo encourage the city of Gainesvilleand President Kevin Malone. Anthony Lombardy, the bill's sponsor, statement expressed the necessity of the new
other areas to do the same thing," he Sen. Sue Cline was unanimously elected termed the amendment "a moderate and position in order to effectively deal with the
said.The President Pro-Tern, succeeding Sen. David judicious (proposal) to make our constitutionmore increased case load.
owners of the mobile homes can install Cardwell.IN amenable to change." The associate vice-chancellor would have
'the electrical wiring themselves,but they must OTHER ACTION, the senate passed IF THE PROPOSAL passes second the same powers as the vice-chancellor,
first obtain a permit from the Alachua County on first reading a proposed constitutional reading next week it will be presented to the presiding over hearings from which the
Building Department. amendment which would lower to 15 per cent student body'as a constitutional amendmentin chancellor and vice-chancellor must remove
THE WIRING MUST be approved by the the required percentage of voter turn-out in a a referendum next fall. themselves because of conflict of interest.
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By DEBBIE ERICKSON program." Let Allen's be a part : .
Alligator Staff Writer ,The commission said this money could then
be used to continue the present levels of
of'YOUR PARTY ,
UF students who participated in the state- service on the turnpike, Sherman said. ,
wide Turnpike Toll discount program 'this Since the program ,began November 1.
past year must turn in their'toll charge cards participating! UF students have made 259 WEEKEND!!, '
this week. trips' on the turnpike spending SI05580. .
Student Body' Treasurer Greg Sherman The total amount' of discount. was $59.75 he ., ;lvVV ,! Enioy ,
aliens gator haus
said the State of Florida Department of
Transportation cancelled the .discount said.THE PROGRAM "officially" ended & Red Velvet Lounge
program throughout the state on a March I I.,but Sherman said he did not receive great food,
recommendation by the Governors "any official notification that the programhad &
pricesorLET
Management and Efficiency Commission." been cancelled Until last week. The State company -

THE COMMISSION asked the programbe Department of Transportation had' been THE PARTY TO YOU!
discontinued stating "they could save sending letters to another department on US BRING

approximately $480,000 which is being spent campus and that deparment did not forward with great subs, sand-
annually to finance and administer the them to me." he'said. wiches
"The students who participated in the combinationsand
program were given a charge card with whichto of course beer &
pay turnpike tolls. At the end of each wine.REMEMBER .
Reps okay month the discount was figured and the
money the,student had spent on tolls minus Saturday is SCHLITZ DAY
his discount was removed from an account he
'
had with us" Sherman said. Pitchers of 6-packs in

bill aimed at "AFTER, ALL CARDS have been returned Light & ,Dark $1.00 cans & bottles $1.69
we will start refunding the money students
have left in their accounts. Sixty cards have ((12-7)) (ALL DAY)

dealersBy already been sent to Tallahassee." he said.
pot The of discount students
percentage One of Gainesville's most ,reasonable
received varied each month. The 'amount of priced
discount depended on the number of times places for party kegs. Give us a call !

students traveled on the turnpike Sherman,
Alligator Staff writerI I said.The EAT-IN TAKEOUTFREE
discount was given on a graduatingscale.
The Florida House Criminal Justice' .,At the end of each month the chargesof
Committee took a hard line on marijuana, all students traveling on the turnpike are DELIVERYMon.Sat.
Wednesday 'approving a bill 'to make convicted totaled and the discount is figured from that ,
cannibis wholesalers serve at least ten ,amount Sherman said.

yean in prison. .' No discount was given if $50 or less was: 1 10-2AAA GIVE US A CALL377651O
An opposing bill to decriminalize spent during a one month period. If $50 to
possessing up to one ounce of marijuana was $250 was spent in one month students Sunday 10-12:30: AM '
delayed by the committee and Rep. George received a 10 per cent discount and if$250 to
Sheldon its sponsor predicted "an uphill $600 'was spent a 15 per cent discount was
battle" getting it through the committee; received.

REP. ED, BLACKBURN,, D-TcmpIe Sherman said 'he'' was "disappointed the 1
Terrace, proposed the bill to set a 20-year program was cancelled. It was obviously t 'I
minimum sentence without parole for anyone operating successfully here" he said.Student"biker .
caught with more than .10 pounds of
marijuana but the committee amended the.
minimum.sentence to .10 years.
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Sheldon D..Tampa emphatically predicted,|t hit "
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decriminalization bill, probably wouldn't' Archer RoadA
either. on .,
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Sheldon said he isn't giving up on .' .
decriminalization even if it is rejected this, 20-year-old UF student was taken 'to : '> ;. .
year., and is pushing another measure to set 'W.T., Shands Teaching Hospital Wednesday f ,
up a house committee to study marijuanalaws following a bicycle accident at the intersectionof I( '
between this legislative session and next SW 13th! Street and Archer Road. :

year's. ,Patricia Jurney 1UC, suffered head ."
"I'm. convinced that you could put five of lacerations'when she lost control of her bike :' .. ': .

the hardest line law enforcement officials on and fell .into the path of a car driven, by ., .
the study committee and they'd see that the Michael Garrett 22. of Gainesville. ''
marijuana laws are more harmful than the According to Gainesville Police Depart
drug itself" Sheldon said. ment reports.Jurney was traveling near the
The committee delayed action on the curb of the southbound lane of 13th Street
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decriminalization,bill "only because we'ran when she lost control and was thrown head'
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out of time:' Sheldon said. The measure is on first to the pavement.. *
the committee.agenda for'next Wednesday;: Jurney and the bike were then struck by the'
Another'cannibis bill, which 'would allow auto.A. .' .'
households to grow,'and consume' up, to five hospital spokesman said Jurney had
marijuana plants in home privacy is "less suffered head lacerations, but her conditionwas
hypocritical than mine" but, also has slim "apparently not serious"
chances of passage Sheldon'said. No charges were filed, in the incident.
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:> -- / an't move.' ". STUART EMMRICII BUT NOT BEING married and worried
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Alligator Staff Writer about her family the girl told her employerthat
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Improve! her brother was her husband and her .
I EGLIN AFB ,- The 20-year-old() girl young sister was her daughter.;
A low-cost: Home Improvement refused to give her name. But she had no excuses to bring her other
Loan Is the answer, Stop In So did the doctor from Hue. sisters and brother and left them behind.
and let's talk about Itl I THE YOUNG MOTHER of four The girl sits in a canvas and wood tent at'''
( apologized, but explained she also did not Eglin that will be her home until she finds an
Ir The Peoples Bank want her name to appear in the newspaper.All American sponsor and worries about the rest
I GAINESVILLEJOHN came to the United States and Eglin of her family in Saigon."I .
G.ADICKS,PRESIDENTA AFB to flee a fallen South Vietnam now in the JUST WANT to get them out of the
GENERAL FINANCIAL SYSTEMS BANK MEMBER: F.D.I.C. hands of the communists.But hands of the communists," she says.but adds
they still had family left in the war- she knows of no way to do it.
ravaged country. The Hue doctor, wealthy and influential in
FAMILY THAT THEY fear will be killed his hometown had to flee because he said the
by the new government. communists would have been especially hard
Especially ,if the refugees in .t the United .) on him as an example to the other residents in.
o O States are identified and quoted as criticizing the community.
the communists.The "The life of a refugee will be very hard but
young girl an employe of a military there is no choice the communists would have
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By JOHN WAINWRIGHTAlligator "The Singapore government is supplying
Staff Writer 40 pieces of bread per day for 300 people."
Wamsley said.

Nguyen Minh Tarn former UF student, "More refugee boats are arriving and thereis \Q"
chartered a boat yesterday to carry relief no clear cut plan as yet to help.these people.
supplies to 7,000 Vietnamese refugees They are suffering from exposure and lack of
stranded in 36 ships and boats 18 miles off adequate food and water, and they need help
Singapore.Her now. We need to raise money as soon as
boat was stopped and turned 'aroundby possible," Wamsley said. *

Singapore officials, according to Kurt WAMSLEY INDICATED that any
Wamsley, volunteer for Gainesville's Project contruibutions received by Project Share for

Share. aid to the, refugees would be sent to the
NGUYEN TOLD Wamsley that she was in United States State Department. Wamsleysaid
radio communication with one of the an- he didn't know how the State Department
chored craft and that six of the refugees'had might use such funds.
committed I suicide because of intolerable
The supplies on Nguyen's 'charter boat,
living conditions aboard the stranded vessels.
stopped by the Singapore officials, were
Wamsley said the Singapore governmentwill
provided by representatives of the Southern
nbt allow the refugees to come ashore.
"The Singapore government is supplying Baptist Church. t
the refugees with 500 liters of water a day!' ProjectShare, Inc. is a non-profit
Wamsley said. organization begun in 1970 to promote rural
For 7,000 refugees, some in open boats development in Southeast Asia. The group
under a hot tropical sun, 500 liters of water now has a representative at Eglin Air Force
comes to about five ounces per person per Base assisting with the integration of Vietnamese -
day.WAMSLEY refugees into cities and towns across
LEARNED of the incident via the United States.

an overseas telephone conversation yesterdaywith Project Share also has a program to find
Nguyen. Wamsley said Nguyen's motheris sponsors for refugee families foster homes for ?
on'one of the boats and her father is inSineaoore. children and parents who want to adopt
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expecting to:go to her husband the Air Force ,, .; ..to .'
used I had officials 'would not let her off the plane ,0 ,
me as a target. to get out he get .\ .- I,'
explained. .' they said;..the refugee center at Camp ,PendletoV :'. t:: : ,:-..; $ ; ,! _:; ,: '
was too crowded. \
MOST OF'HIS family were also able to .;
come, but like many of the refugees' relatives, They told her to go to Florida and wait until ,. '
some stayed behind to take their chances with she could be reunited with her husband.But -,- ,
questions about when she going to .
the new government.The was .
be able to join her husband have received OiJ'L

doctor worried about 1m safety, took non-commital answers from Air Force officials .tO O qo
buses from his Hue home to DaNang and then and the woman is starting to worry. .. .
went on a boat from Da Nang to Saigon. He .r.r'
MOST OF THE in
living Eglin'stent
spent three days on the deck of the ship, refugees
drinking water and eating small amounts of city are also worried.

dried rice.Although. Worried about their chance of finding a jobor \'I" '!
sponsors, of learning to live in a new ; :'',:'-
sad about the trouble he
expectsin country of starting all over with almost .
adapting to American life and finding a nothing.U.S. "it\ ", ". '
job, the doctor says he is realistic enough to ;, : I
know that the hardships have to be endured if State Department and Air Force

he'wants to stay alive. officials say they hope Sponsors will be found by,' -:' ,.'.f" II "
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"I REALLY FEEL sorry for the refugeeswho
were so scared who fled because they they also admit that it may be hard to '
thought the life here would be better. It will find enough sponsors for all. -
be harder," he said.A to discuss '
They say they are not sure what will happento : .,
mother of four, married to an Oakland [ the refugees no sponsors are ,found.
Air Force officer, wasn't too concerned about, "Women
life'in the United States when she fled her But ,James Chandler, the head of the
refugee operations, adds he is sure "if ,the
home, she was more worried about her
relatives left in the 'and around Saigon.But plight'of the refugees is well publicized and and Their
people learn that some have no place to go Sexuality
now she has started to worry about the American people will overwhelm us with
herself and her children. offers of sponsorship."

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EDITORIAL


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Barbarian



During the reign of Hammurabi in ancient

Babylon, the code of law allowed the state to pay

cash to reimburse certain victims of crime.

If a poor Babylonian citizen lost his wife to a

rampaging barbarian, the courts could award him .
money to replace the loss. Instead of punishing the

criminal, the Babylonian rulers helped their
crime-struck middle class with financial aid.

Now, 3,000 years later, a similar program is
catching on throughout the United States.

Beginning with California in 1965, 14 states .I'l

have passed laws providing compensation to
victims of violent crimes.

Unfortunately, Florida has not. "
Bills to establish a ,crime victim compensationfund

have died in the state legislature every year A

for the past five years. Currently, bills in both the

House and the Senate are sitting dormant in

committee, waiting to be heard. .
The bills, with minor differences between them,
would allow claims against the state for medical 11'5 ,AC OOPTlN6c 11Y CIlW'T 5i.1L1$ FflR MAI.P'RACTK..h' jr''

costs, loss of work income and pain and suffering

resulting from a criminal attack. styleWASHINGTON
Asian leaders out in
According to Rep. Eric Smith, one sponsor of ao
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program has always failed because some When the United States finally pulledout increased their'gasoline consumption four per cent. They are
the of'' of Phnom Penh and later Saigon hundreds of thousandsof returning to their former wasteful habits.At .
legislators see as "giveaway"
program Cambodians and South Vietnamese who wanted to escape the same time new estimates warn that the United
state money. were left behind. States has far less oil and gas reserves than the figures the
Further, some legislators are worried about the Exit visas were selling for a preminum on the Saigon black government has been counting upon.
possibilities of fraud. The House. committee bill market. Only the fortunate were able to get out. PRICE DISCRIMINATION The average American'
provides for a maximum claim of$10,000 and the BUT THE LEADERS who were responsible for the debaclewere family pays higher utility rates than those charged to the

Senate bill, SB 179,_ goes up to $15,000. able to flee in style. biggest industries.
Cambodian President Lon Nol. for example, waS
Deposed
The House bill also $200,000 for the
requires
flown to'Hawaii in a special U.S. jet. '.
compensation fund, and that's not easy money to The State Department laid out the red carpet. The Air
get during a time of budget cutbacks. Force put him up in plush quarters at Hickham Field. A ', JACK ANDERSON'WEEKLY 1 .
These arguments against the program are bogey,. .:special team has been assigned to" help"him settle.in, Hawaii.! : ;': !' : 1/" ; ." .
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men. The compensation fund is no free offer to, AS FAR AS we can determine the U.S. government". SPECIAL"This ,
Lon'.Nol.' *
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"refused only one major request
chiselers and with better to do. i:
people nothing ;; which carries
He wanted status as an accredited diplomat.
It is common practice for a government to give with it certain privileges. But the State Department turned
aid to victims of, natural disasters, and it is him down on the grounds that it would be illegal.
common practice for a government* to give welfareto Diplomatic sources estimate that Lon Nol brought out price discrimination: is called "declining block' rate'
the poor. This program asks no more. about SI million to help him adjust to life in exile.,They' also pricing." Simply put it means that the more energy you'use.
have lesson to believe that he has several more millions the less you get charged for it. '
To avoid fraud
all cases would be decided by a
stashed away in'secret bank accounts. Big energy users therefore pay lower rates. A study in San
judge of industrial claims in the Department of HE HAS, STARTED out his new life, meanwhile by Franciso showed that.the.pcfor in the inner city shelled. out .
Commerce, the same judges who decide work- purchasing a 103,000 house in a fashionable Honolulu more than three cents an hour for electricity.
men's compensation cases. subdivision. Yet the affluent users who could afford higher: rates, paid
Other states have not reported problems with There is less information available on the brooding only two cents an hoar, _
secretive Nguyen Van Thieu who resigned under fire as This practice Is'more than unfair it's wasteful. It encourages
fraud; in fact, the main obstacle in most of the
President of South Vietnam and fled to Taiwan. '
big ,companies to use more electricity than they
programs is a lack of claims due to a minimum of But there were reports.still unconfirmed that he was tryingto need. That way, their rates will be lower.

publicity.Here smuggle gold bullion out of Saigon. But it will take an act of Congress to compel the utilities to
in Alachua County, the one place in GAS CRUNCH The Federal Energy Administration has change their rate' structure.
Florida with a fund to aid crime victims, only four concluded from its secret studies that the United States is TROUBLE IN KOREATi North Korea's bespectacled,
claims have been made since October, 1974. Daisy headed for another gasoline crisis. rotund dictator Kim II-Sung recently visited Peking, ac.
The reason for the world oil surplus today ironically is that cording to intelligence reports to seek support for a revival of
Martin head of the Division of
county Family the Western economies are weak. the Korean War.
Services, said this was because no one knows the The recession has caused the United States. Western The reports claim that Kim wants to take advantage of the
program exists. Europe and Japan to hold down their oil consumption. The Communist momentum in Southeast Asia. He reportedly
The $200,000 appropriation is minor, accordingto warm weather has also helped these nations to save oil. believes the time is ripe for'him to make,his move against
Smith. He,' along with others who support the BUT THE FEA studies indicate that their economies are South Korea while the United States is preoccupied with.
picking up. As times get better the industrial nations will Cambodia and Vietnam. But the secret intelligence reportssay
bill, would be happy .to see the program become require more" fuel. And next winter, of course could be cold. that the Chinese have cautioned Kim not to risk war in the
law even without money. During the past three months. Americans have already- North. .
Because both the House and Senate bills are .
contingent on federal grants before they take !ton Cunningham Dayld lO"n
effect Major Karl Adams, staff director of the The Independent EdltlM'-ln-ChI.f. Monagln9 Edlartor

House criminal justice committee, said the main John Moran Donna INgman

thing is just to get the law on the books. The Florida Alliga I., I'hotordltor :'. L youtEdltor ,1
funding would have to wait for federal money ill
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regardless of the availability of the $200,000 state Mlndl K.lman Jody Cartln
EP N.ws Editor. Layout Editor
money. :

The philosophy behind the program is clear.If !R.A.'Tonr K.ndlor ." ." ..,. ........... ...., .. .. ,..j... ... .Gen.ral Manager
society fails in its obligation to protect its citizens, James V.Cook .. .... ,.. .....,..... ........ ...,...Aulltont General Manager Publilhed by
should them Mra.Evelyn d.st . .. .......,."..... ..... ........ ...Admlnllfrotlv.Aatlltont
then it help to recover. Ann.Molphul't .I..,. ...,.. r.. .... .....,.. ......" ................ ..6ppkk..P.r (:",mrnwf:","'nnuuutan..ln,
With violent crimes in Florida up by 18 per cent C. !Roy Shipp '. .'. ... w"dr' -,.:.. .... t) .;,. ... :......lutln..Manog.r.
this year, we 'urge Rep. Sid ,Martin and Bill Tom MocNama"! '.?I :::} ( "" ,.o<.;.... .... .... .;:w. ...Accountont '.0. 10. 19266totion Unl""it,
Roy McGee Jr. .., . .. .. ... . .. ...,. .. . .... .Adyer1Itlng Manager S Gain.avill.. Aorida with ,:
Andrews, and Sen. Buddy MacKay and Bob Donna Lubrono . .. . .. . . .. . .. . .. . .r.Adv.ttltlnll Coordinator offic.s b.htnd the College inn.
Saunders, to give full support to helping the key Horp.r . .. . . . . . . . .Special S.ctlons Coordinator 1721 Wet Univ.ony' Avenu..
citizens society didn't Lynda Homl.r .. . .. ... .. .. ..-. . . .Adv.r1Itlng Production Manager auNo.. : ,, -44.6.
protect. Lynn Sokir . . . . . .. . . . editorial Production Monog.r EdItorial DePortment: 9b44Sal.
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Did everyone- lie ? '


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EDITOR They're sayingnow they told themselves the war interference, and hopefullywith
the Vietnam War is overThat
that was everyone
really humanitarian aid, from
over.This is funny. Nixon told knew the war wouldn't be the United States.: .
me the war was over almost over until no Americans were Once, Vietnam has had 'a
two-and-a-halfyears ago. Did over there? That it was an chances the'n we cair judge<:
he lie? And if'so; "why is'be' American war, and t could only them, not before no more
sitting free out in California? end when Americans left? pre-judging -;. as we have
Isn't it against the law for We have learned nothing done all these misappliedyears. R
the President to lie to the from Vietnam and Watergateif .
people? Or is that 'what they we continue to lie and to ONE MORE thing:
mean when they speak of elect liars. President Ford said
the Constitutionthey ON MAY 4 1970
upholding five something about "no more
will hold it up with lies? years ago four studentswere recriminations." Does that
And Henry Kissinger, still killed by the National mean unconditional amnesty,
secretary of state: he told me. Guard during an anti-war Mr. Ford?
peace was at hand two years, demonstration. I can think of In memory of those four
ago. Did he lie? If so, why is no greater memorial, no students who died at Kent
he still secretary of state greater justice, than to have State, and all the others who
AND THE NEWS media. the South Vietnamese died, were jailed, suffered .
They, too, said the war was government fail to the Viet illegal surveillance and Solve parking hassles I
over in January' 1973. I Cong and the Vietnamese harassment and whose,rightsof
remember the headlines. Did people on the eve of the protest were abridged by -
they lie, too? anniversary of those killings. the authorities during the last EDITOR I am paying this Dngoing construction work., getting increasingly difficultto
What's the story? Can a Now, maybe after 30 years fifteen years while protesting ticket under protest and only (This area was not marked as find a spot. Ease of parking
war end twice Or Is it true the Vietnamese people will American involvement In' because I can't afford the a no parking zone) I was I I is essential for faculty who
that everyone lied to them- have a chance to make it or Vietnam. time to go to the courthouse forced to do this because I have class schedules to meet. I
selves in January, 1973 when break it.. without hostile Gordon TWICE to appeal. I was not had to teach a class and also suggest the appeals
Gary parked in any service drive as couldn't spend time driving procedure be' made more
my ticket indicates. around for half an hour to accessible (i.e. two trips .
However 1 and many other lots. ''downtown is very inconvenient *
others did park in the woods I SUGGEST somethingmust ).
Sexual discriminationis behind McCarty due to be done soon to alleviatethe Edna T. Loehman
elimination of parking by parking situation; it is Assistant Professor.



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letter accusing white man's institutions I will the result of racial intermixing was '.:' : dl Jr ... ,1.i1 i .
agree with her in her statement.'If there wereno demonstrated in the increased incidence of ; !
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discrimination based on ones: nationality, malocclusion in the dentition of the mixed 'f'
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sex or race then there would be no need for cultures: of the Western world as opposed to a.lesser ,, : i fp'
organizations( such,. as. "Irt the; National.! .1 Incidence in the racially pure cultures of /!: n ,'; '.. ..:'I.. (
Organization for Women:or theNAACP.3 :tribes aDd the American Indians., Hfifftt7 ''f""JiI.i ..,:" yL' .
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This trend of thought is readily acceptablein As for sexual discrimination,'I refer you to ( ,' :
fields like sociology or psychology but in most texts on evolution to find evidence of the
the field of biology, discrimination is a prevalence of male dominance in the societiesof
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necessity in the process of evolution. The most advanced creatures. .
discrimination between sexes' and races ALSO, PATTERNS of masculine .
becomes obviously necessary after a study of aggressiveness and feminine passivity are
genetic and evolutionary theory. mainly influenced by hormonal balance in r '..,
AS in advanced creatures and not by Im- ;. .' ,;;'
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AN ANALOGOUS most "I : .>:: ;: .. ;"
evolution. I ask you to look at diseases in pressions imposed on the animal by its '.' ,.... ,;'''' .
man. Few people would recognize any benefitin culture. I ask you to consider these facts and ;.- "
diseases, yet it has served a purpose in then decide' if discrimination. is the evil it is '
human evolution to eliminate the weaker made out to be. thfMailer's
elements in the species and thus improve that Charles G. Fugee -
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EDITORS We were many artifacts removed

appalled at. Norman from these mounds. What
Mailer's ignorant comments could be more appropriate;
SO IT'S OVERT' r NOTONLY : in reference to the for visual symbolism?
'fi7 Florida State Museum Furthermore, Mailer
wmw TO BUT during his lecture.: should be reminded that

IVE LIVED WE LOII f! !fl/!/ indeed The look museum like a burial does until architectural he is considered authority, an he

FOR! /' mound; in fact William should confine his remarks '

Morgan, the architect, to personal observations,
'A spent many long hours not broadly based value
studying Indian burial judgments.

: mounds In. nothern and
central Florida. Heriberto J. Brito 5AR
I THE MUSEUM houses Rolando Rivas-Camp 5AR
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By JUDY MOORE .
Alligator Staff Writer for everyone


Praca t domova tarea huiswerk there will always be
homework whether you study right here in Gainesville or on'
one of UF's foreign study programs. in Poland. Colombia or

Holland.The study, programs differ from'past UF foreign study eserve now to be certain of FaH occupancy.

ventures in that counts are taught in a foreign language by
foreign teachers.In '
the past American teachers have accompanied students Closest to Campus .
and courses were taught in English. Master TV Antenna ,
STUDENTS are required to take language courses in pJ Pool, Sauna ;;
Gainesville before entering the foreign school,or to take an Fully Furnished ..\
intensive in the itself before taking ., .
language course country 123 s.?!.3rd Avtnu Dishwasher ,
courses Laundry Facilities
In Poland two separate programs are offered to UF
students at the Adam Mickiewitz University of Poznan.A 372-3557
summer program beginning June 21 and ending August I &Som* of th* fri.ndl!.st people In Gainesville

16 offers courses in Polish language, literature history
culture and institutions. Students receive from five to 15
credits in, the UF department of English' .
SOUND ANNOUNCES.
CITY
TilE COST is approximately S500-$550, which includes .
tuition, housing in double rooms, food and books. Air fare is
approximately $345 round trip. There are openings for more
than 40' students.A PREINVENTORYCLEARANCE'
full year program running from ,October to.May offers a
variety,of courses in most academic' areas.,
The courses are geared primarily toward graduate students
but undergraduate students are accepted, Fifteen studentswill
be accepted for next ,year.
TUITION and housing tees are,waived,and students are
given monthly stipens tor food."The.only actual expense is SALE
transportation which is about $345 round trip.
Interested students should contact Dr. William Sullivan
433 Grinter Hall,: phone 3922107. ,
In Columbia the Universidad de l los Andes in Bogota offers THURSDAY THRU SATURDAYMAY
semester programs beginning in August and January as wellas '
an intensive course in Spanish and Colombian culture 8910EVERYTHING t
during the summer.
IN THE SUMMER language program Spanish can betaken ,
for credit on a beginning intermediate or advanced .
level. The course includes visits to places of interest ;in and ,
f
'
around Bogota. "
Costs for the summer program include $160 tuition. $160
room board and laundry and about $200 air fare from IN STOCK .

Miami. .. .

THE SEMESTER program offers courses in a wide varietyof ..
academic areas and all credits are transferable.
Tuition costs for UF students are the same as for *
Colombian students, $400 per semester. '
Students will be housed and ted in non-English speaking 10 % off
Colombian homes for $100 per'months .
.A ROUND TRIP ticket valid for one year costs $313 from
Miami to Bogota.
Students must have at least a 2.5 gradepoint average and a
minimum tour quarters of college level Spanish or the intensified OUR USUAL LOW PRICES ,
:summer course.
3 The deadline for application to the summer program is ( WE'D RATHER
May I and the deadline for the August semester" is June 1 I",

319 INTERESTED Grinter Hall students phone'392-0375.should contact' Raymond J.,Toner SELL THAN COUNT JT )

In Holland, study at the University of Utrecht begins. Sept.
10 and ends June 20 for three full quarters of credit.
Students are required to take 15 hours of Dutch fall quarter ALSO
before any course work can be taken.
Students spend the remainder of the year in their individual
departments of study. Almost every field ofstudy is offered. SPECIALS ON SELECTED IPs AND TAPES
THE LECTURES and seminars will be conducted in
'
Dutch but papers and tests will be done in Englith. INCLUDING
The total cost of the program is estimated to be about
$1.000 more than an academic year in Gainesville,.or,about
3300.
Thirty students will be accepted. A grade point average of : COUNTRY WESTERN
'
3.0 is preferred.
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THE DEADLINE for application to next fall's program is
June I.Interested I. COMEDY AND CLASSICAL L.P.s
students should contact Dr. Samuel Hill. 368 J.
Wayne Reitz Union: phone 3921625.


Grad program in PeruA I 25 % OFF


one-year program for graduate students interested in
studying in Peru will begin'fall quarter at UF.
The program will be held at Pedro Ruiz Gallo University. in FAIR TRADE ITEMS EXCLUDED
northern Peru.Applicants .
must be graduate students and must be able to
speak fluent ,Spanish.
,, Students who are accepted into the program will receive '
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assistantships along with a $350 salary per month. : ,I'fl .
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t HIKING SHORTS Alligator Staff Writer' only receive $100 instead of the $300 they
,ta requested for duplicating "because they did "
The not use much of the money allocated to them
Student Government Budget and
Woolrich turns to short Finance Committee decided Tuesday to for this purpose this year.

subjects for a cool, care recommend a 10.5 per cent budget increase
free summer on the,trail .tor next,.year.-budget... "It's embarrassing to Budget and Financeand
They've blended the Senate for organizations to have a lot
11 The proposed budget of $521,372 will be of money left over" at the end of the year.
4 poplins with 4 con- presented to the Student Senate for approvalnext Lang said.
venient snap-flapped Tuesday.
THE COMMITTEE
also recommended
cargo pockets plus NICK LANG, senate budget and finance the Distinguished Professor Chair only receive
concealed side pocketsand committee chairman, said the money for the $13.270 instead of the $23,190 requested.
extra wide tunnel budget comes from student activity fees. Lang said the Distinguished Professor
loops. Available in tan Almost' all orgainzattons requesting money Chair requested $9,550 for a second part-time
and blue, long pants received what they wanted Lang said. professor for spring quarter.

also. The committee makes recommendations to "When $30,000; needs to be cut from the
the Senate after reviewing how an organization total budget and you're talking about
has spent its money the past year and $10,000, not many organizations' receive 'a
.how much of the allocated money is left. large enough budget to be cut this much andit

SOME ORGAINZATIONS gained sub would devastating for those. that do,"
LIEN'S344SftfESTUNNERSITY AQUATIC AND TPAIL.NCFTER stantial increases for next year's proposed Lang said.

funding for Gator Growl increased $3,500 THE CUBAN Student Federation was the
AVENUE .-from $9,500 to $13,000. third organization the committee recommended f

MONDAY .IDAY 10-7 SATURDAY 93739233 Interriall, intramurals, SG salaries and SG be cut. The organization requested
all $790, but the committee only recommended
programs were recommended increases
from. $5,000 to $20,000. thug: receive $390 because they used only half
of funds allocated this year Lang said.A .
ONLY THREE organizations, the
recommendation that the Star Trek
National' Organization of WomenNOW( )the
Revival Association (STAR) receive no funds
Cuban Student Federation and the
will also be made.
Total.The Distinguished professor Chair received
budgets "substantially lower than requested," "STAR is an association dedicated to
Lang said. reviving the Star Trek series on TV and the

The committee recommended that NOW movies. They requested $945 for a mini-
lazy&way only receive $1,330 instead of the $2,375 convention but the committee did not feel the

requested. Lang said NOW received a $1,000 convention would attract enough students"and
budget cut because "the committee did not decided to recommend. they receive no
ri; n { 4i.fi-Ii ) your! feel NOW should receive'the student funds funds, he said.

they requesting to pay for a babysitting A recommendation will be made to pay the
service so members could attend meetingsand Traffic Court Chief Justice salary out of funds
contact lenses.You because their newsletter, for which they collected from Traffic Court violations. and
r.equested.516O, is funded by members' dues:' funds, Lang said.

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may not even be lazy. and the 4 oz. size.Total* 2 ort has Council; will investigatepoor
Just very busy.Who has time for a a free, mirrored lens storage case,
solution to wet contacts another for and the new economy 4 oz.size

soaking,still another to clean them saves you 25%. of doctor
and maybe one for cushioning? Total' is available at the treatment
It gets pretty complicated to say campus bookstore or your local -
nothing of the expense. drugstore.Now '
there'sTotal*The alWn- And we're so sure you'll By JANET PARK received while a guest on the UF campus
one contact lens solution that does like Total that we'll give you your Alligator Stan:Writer seemed to be insulting at times. .
second bottle free.Just send a "THIS IS AN exclusive Shaw said
it all.Totale wets, soaks, cleans and A black doctor's charges of "shabby club of
cushions your contacts.And you Total' boxtop with your name, treatment" while being recruited for a the pediatric allergy 'specialty.
only have to use a single solution. address and college name to: medical .fellowship have prompted the Affirmative The University of Southern California
Try Total!? See how much more Total Allergan Action Advisory Council to call for a (USC) also made strenuous efforts to recruit
comfortable your contact Pharmaceuticals complete investigation of the incident. Davis, even to the point of raising the salary
Drive
lenses can be.And 2525 Dupont offer they originally extended.
Irvine,California 92664 Baltimore Dr. William Davis
cleaner.And a lot pediatrician
"USC wanted him. UF was going to
easier to use. (Limit one per person. visited UF in January for interviews for a "
\ tolerate him, 1 suspect Shaw said.
There are two Offer expires fellowship in the Allergy and Immunology
good ways to buy July 31,1975.) department of the Shands Teaching Hospital.IF THE COUNCIL DECIDED Davis' chargeswere
serious enough to warrant an investigation -
Total'-the 2 oz.sizei4Vt ACCEPTED.TO'the $10,000 per year through the Office for Affirmative

position, Davis would have received trainingto Action, with an eye to reviewing recruitment
become the second black childhood allergy procedures. Members said they felt this
,,' specialist in the country.Dr. review would insure interviews are not being
.
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'', Harry Shaw, council chairman, related conducted simply to fulfill affirmative action

'I, :: ; ". his portion of Davis' charges of botched requirements.Also .
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: ,*% ciishbOhJ meeting schedules, telephone offers not
Affirmative Action Coordinator
3k.i
and "casualattitudes"
written
followed with assurances
i' ".::- the of James Allison scheduled a May 13 meeting of
toward importance all affirmative action officers on campus for a
recruiting him. workshop required procedures for implementation -
Shaw commented that the treatment Davis of affirmative action guidelines.

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By STEVE BERGMAN If you've never heard this band,you can hear jthem on these .' ;. .., ,',
Alligator Correspondent albums: No Mystery, Where Have Known You Before, Hym
To The Seventh Galazy.
All three are jazz-rock (don't you love asshole labels?) type
music,with No Mystery being the,funkiest of the three. To say
I was talking with local record store owner David Giles the .that these guys are tight is a hell of an understatement. They
other day about the Jazz Festival Student Government is' are even more amazing live..

presenting free Saturday at 3 p.m. on the Union Lawn. Proceeding last three Return to Forever I p's are the
albums, Light as a Feather, and the original Return to
"1 can't believe that S.G. has gotten it's hit together. Forever. .r
Without doubt, this will be the best damn we've
a : concert These
two albums as well as having Stan Clarke, also
seen yet. Corea and Coryell are some of my most popular featured the talents of Latin musicians Airto MorierJt,his wife,
artists as well as being great musicians." Flora Purim and saxophonist flutist Joe Farrell. The music

is, as you might suspect, a fusion progressive jazz and Latin
music. Airto in
a percussionst-drummer specializing
Chick Corea and the Return to Forever as well as Larry
homemade and traditional instruments has recorded several
l"\ Coryell and the Eleventh House will be playing for free! (alsoon
albums Corea, Keith Jarrett, Flora, and others. e
by
supported vr 1
the bill is the modern rock band STRIVE with members
He can also be heard on Miles Davis' BITCHES BREW.
formerly of Miami's IGSF)
These albums are personal favorites of mine and never fail
Although many people are familiar only with Chick and to put me in a great mood. Of course records must be heard to
Larry's current Bands, while others have never heard of themat be understood,so call up WGVL and ask to hear,them (ask.. CHICK COREA-L
all (unhip) these artists have a rich musical background, for Harry). ..Innovation and- Intensity.
spanning all types of music and improvisation." Actually, the formation of the band-concept of Return To t form'of music.
Corea's most recent I p. No Mystery, features bassist Stan Forever was Chick's attempt to communicate with"* larger Despite the excellence of the music and musicians Corea '
Clarke who has gained a considerable reputation from his audience; trying to involve those people who prefer to par- found that only a limited (although intense)number of people
two solo albums as well as from his unique contributions to ticipate with the music, rather than analyze it. ;::ould 'get into i it.)
other recordings., For Corea, an ardent believer in Scientology, com- You can't dance to it.
So Chick started evolving,the, Return'to Forever concept
Clarke's (insert your own adjective) bass playing has beenan munication among people is of utmost importance.Before and has become more popular than ever before, proving that
integral part of Chick's music since the inception ,of the Return to Forever concept though Chick was you can play good music and still sell records. (Yes Billboard,.
Return to Forever. trying to communicate through a different (perhaps purer) There's hope for you,yet) '.

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Selected'dbcographyt FLORA Song of SingingIs

RETURN TO FOREVER Butterfly Dreams .
N :wM: .a 1 Flora Purim ..' CrYsta1'Silence:" "' Gary Burton
.}ii Where Have I,Known YouBefore I.:t.:* ""t : LENNY WHITE AS STANLEY CLARKE

: Hymn to Seventh Galaxy Davis:SIDEMANMiles : Bitches Brew- Children of Forever

Clarke
Stanley
with Flora Airto, Farrell ,Freddie Hubbard: Red Clay CLARKE AS SIDEMAN:
1 1111 III Light as a Feather Azteca: same Cato 3arbieri: Under Fire
Return To Forever(Import) COREANow Pharoah Sanders! Black
he Sings, Now He Sobs
STAN GETZ Piano Improvisation Vol.. 1 Unity
-iA! Norman Connors: Dance of
...., Captain Marvel Piano Improvisation Inner Spacewith Vol. 2 Magic

AIRTO .- Holland Altschuld Norman Connors: Dark of
Free with Corea Braxton: Light
Virgin Land Circle: The Paris Concert DAVID HOLLAND

Larry Coryell the man who practically Invented jazz-rock guitar playing, will be I l. Fingers(without Corea) A.R.C. Conference.of the Birds J J I

} bringing his band, the Eleventh House, to the Jazz Festival Saturday. Often referredto
as the guitar player's guitar player Coryell has influenced almost as man young Music fleet
musicians as John Mclaughlin. The Eleventh House has been playing to amazed to re on
audiunces: both In the U.S. and in Europe.


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Stones tickets still availableThe you like raw 1933 "I got mine" blues, the
,
Beef and Bottle should be ,a pit stop ,this
Rolling Stones concert was sold out in Jacksonville as printed Tuesday. You can still weekend. Playing with Vince Martin, last of a
obtain tickets by sending a $10 cashiers check or money order to Rolling Stones Concert dying breed of truly troubled troubadors, are
300 Water Street Jacksonville 32202. Fats Caplen and Roy Bookbinder, direct from
Or,you can wait at the Great Southern Music Hall Thursday at 2 p.m. when more ticketsare (the Sting. ,.,
expected to go on sale. The Alligator regrets the error. Fats plays the' fiddle excellently and Roy i' ;'
does an equally good job on the guitar. They r
dress the part of their,music gold-rimmed Y1
Monks make boozeImagine spectacles, vests, period caps.
They play songs first recorded by such
blues men as Big Bill Broomsey, Bo Carter,
a groupof French monks who support themselves by distilling a potent 110 proof Blind Willy whatever. Definitely, ,a "good,
liquer called Chartreuse. That's precisely what the Carthusian order of the les Peres Char- time.
treux-"Fathers of the Wilderness" do. x Some might remember Vince Martin when
The formula of Chartreuse which contains some 130 herbs brandy and honey, has been he played before Weather Report. That was -
closely guarded by the monks ever since J 1737. It was the tonic they gave to the ill, infirm, and definitely a mix-match, folk shouldn't '.. .
aged who would come to the monastery for relief from their various maladies. prrcede: progressive jazz. .
Only the head of the order and three monks know the formula today. The three monks are Vince is direct from Coconut Grove and he
allowed to leave the monastery to travel the dozen miles.to the distillery where they work in the sings about when you used to be able to make
secret herb room mixing. blending, macerating and distilling theesscmeof the'liquer which is love in the parks without getting mugged \
then poured through pipes directly into large blending vats. raped. He can put you in'a very sentimental "
Chartreuse,a name for a color of bright yellow green comes from the ancient el'xer.eli : mood with "Dolphins" and then make you
College students in California recently developed a funky drink with Chartreuse named after reflect with "Deportees," a song about
its murky appearance--Swampwater. Mexican migrant workers written by Woody
Swampwater is a mixture of Chartreuse, pineapple juice and a touch of lime juice. To introduce Guthrie.
the drink to Gainesville. Dub's is having a Swampwater party at 8:00: Thursday night. Both acts will be presented through photo by bob wool
The drinks will be selling for 50 cents as opposed to the regular price of$1.50 and will be servedin Saturday. Admission is SI during the week FATS CAPt.EN
pint mason jars which you can take home. You should go down and try it. and $2 Friday and Saturday. ,hl. expressions match his music



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,... 201 .lnd..,... ....RorftJa Alll i ato".Thursday,May t,1975 I WANTED

FOR RENTIF F.ORRENT
roommotM, 2 summer +-or tall
2 br
YOU NEED A ROOM apartment for rent POINT WEST
pool oe, good
ALLIGATORCLASSIFIEDS sublet for summer, option to rent In fall country gardens opts --
' CHECK WITH US
,\ for $90 for one call
JOEL BRIDGES REALTOR 210.00 per men t utillllet ph 3764696 people, UO-mo (IWO
"\ I! 404 SW 4th AVE (b-4t-130-p) 373-6514, after Spas |*ff, chris (e-5t-129.

.1\ CLOTHES 377-6700 roomotet to shore :J bdrm 2 both mb P,)

\I.1I (b-5t-128-t i :)_" home couple female mole 21840 days female roomate for summer or foil to
leave number 376-3499 eve near shore I bdrm opt summit house ocorii
: DON'T FIT
roommate needed starting June campus 5 man wall'tent for sale $60 Carlb5t132p t frm shondt furnished cent air-hoot pool
beautiful 2 bdrm I bath w pool sauna t
'. 77 +Vk utilities theta 373-5678 (c-5t-
.1 WE CAN wieghtroom Vlrcoya apt. $105 + Yt wt. ( )
'I will sublease for Jim 377-6620 needed immediately I 129-p)
ALTER FOR SALE FOR SALE, summer 'two female roomott
(b-5t-28p! ) large three bedroom house
. THEM 1974 SUZUKI street trail til85 only UTILITY TRAILER Approx. "'/, by 6'A good located less than 5 minutes from campus
\ 5000ml $750 will trod for cond. and 5'/k in. tires AVOID THE FALL RUSH
asking or lights wiring on call Lisa 377-7298 (b.5M27-p)
Now it the time to look for that house or
tumtobl for tal axle best offer
mobile home $250
sport car Panasonic or 1 block
FREEr 145 rick 373-5985 (o-St-IJQ-t) 373-0678 ((0-5M30-P) opt. for the summer or foil quarter. Coli'adoy" from SUMMER SUBLET$ISO: 1 bedroom mo. + electric opt See '_ "j oI o\. ,..
377-6992 (Ib.6Ot-1I2pl) campus
ES11MAnni1er9itt 72 Honda CB-350, recent top-end Tight Holt from your bedroom windo! L IJl 'I fl1 111 E p

stereo component system turntable 2 overhaul, excellent condition' many' 2 bdrm. mobile home for rent $125. per Call 378-6533 (b-5t-127-p) U.'h ..]
speakers and rclvr'prfcl for dormentertainment extras, $725 firm mutt see to appreciate, mo. call glenda 376-4446-. or 472-2870 houses (( n tU
look rental listings on
at
hop call bill oft. .4pm for call Otter 5,oscor. 378-2166. (o-5t-l30-p) ofter 5. (bfr.12.tp1.ubl. ) mobile hornet our and opts before you pay 233 W. Umverwf Asa.

more Info 8000 378-7987 (o-3t-l29-p: ) 1973 Suzuki TS 400 Excellent Condition .. 1 bedroom unfurnished house. anyone o fee. Joel Bridges, realtor 404 377-3CII '

1620 W. University $700 or best offer 378-8089 After SP.M. kitchen equipped, fully carpeted. Come SW 4th Ave._ (b-fr-127-t)
Flute for Sale 371- 082 o-2t-130-p)
( (o-5t-130-p) by 3912 NW 7th St (b-5t-l3l-p)
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sublet 2 bedrm duplex sum \/< nw set Now Playing
waterbed pods, tram, liner 35. Cor Stereo,Sony cassette and FM stereo Sublet rooms In 4 BR furn house, AC, avail |tune 12 furn living rm bedrmt kitch
decompression meter 25 double,tank like, new, quality sound. Cost $180 new, kitchen living room with fireplace 3 souse plants t garden privacy 125-
bockpoc, call Dove Fisk 377-8328 (a-5t- tell for much lest 378-4914 (o-3t-31-p! ) blocks to campus $75 month. Avail. month nice and cheap 372.1299 (b-St- 7:0049:15

127-p) 1971 Altoir. 2BR, air wall to wall carpel June 15 Steve 377-5081 (b-lt-131-p) 130-p)

HILLSIDE Homtit' view of LAKE shed, varsity villa lot 79. 3764901: (o-3t- LIVE RIGHT ACROSS FROM VA & MED

',I Wouburg. 10 minutes South of city. 2Vi\ 130-pj) CENTER Summer Sublet I bedroom very WANTEDfemale

RoszarREDPOKD acres, good terms call to s**. WD. 5 ACRE LOT beautiful scenic rolling reasonable Summit House 377-8075 378- to shore 2br opt for surrtmer,

' Mason Co. reactors' 377-6789 (o-5t-129- Hillside build now. restricted homes!! 9729 (b-2t-131-p) walking distance to campus, oc, furn, 60 A J JIY k j jJ yj LjY

'I 2tiS P) telephone 1 electric (lines In N West Sublet cozy efficiency apt. Great for own room or 35 to shore room call( V K t tPtBt tstWB k W WYOU'LL
1 location, 2 blkt from Perfect 377-<<)72
1974 kawosokl 750 for sale plus ace. $14,900 373-5552 (o-3t-l29-p) campus lynn (c-5t-130-p)
size for 1 $110 + low
$1400 beat offer. 1974 kowaiokl 900 person mo. 1 Or 2 Female Roorflatet/ needed to shore
or for sale 3.000 FT
7:23 Furn Store only 3.000 utilities Coil 377-5603 after 6 (b-5t-131
': t for sole $2200 or best offer call 3738131for dollars soiling due health one acre land el) 2 bedroom opt next Fall quarter. call(

: 1:30 Information (o-3t-129-p) 500 ft from newnan lake on driv rd 372- 392-9595 anytime for more info. Ask for
HOUSE FOR RENT sublet for
summer. '
c-5t-l28-p
or kothy ( )
ELECTRIC GUITAR TEISCO, 4-plckup 5269 377-9835 wot bed (o-5t-131-p) One block behind norman .hall. may lil!

1 111eReincarnation beautiful shape and condition, mutt sell Early amen couch 65 wot bed k 35 Beautiful old engtish tudor house. $60 I Roommate Wanted for Summer at
at only $100 call Guy at 372.1131 (o-5t. dresser 20 din tab set chain china 'per mo plus ulil 372-9499 (b-it-131- country gardens Apts. Will share
127-p) cabinet telling out due to health all mutt mostrbdrm. and both. M utilities. $59.00
Sublet far summer French Otr. 2 bdrm. Close shandl call
377-9835 372-5269 monthly v o. 373-
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go shag car oc ((051Surfbooed
4:00 AKC champion IRISH SETTER PUPS 12 wkt ,..,,-..., IVi\ bath, townhouse Beautiful view, air. 87M for Bam lr.5l-l.Trt.iO
1:00 ofPeter all(shots and wormed long haired and pool $200 mo Call anytime 377-7833 or
wonted: I or 2 neat,responsible female
call hobie 6-9 brown-yellow good
mellow both parents' on premises come by opt 57 (b-5t-131-p) s
8:00 373-5266 or 377-5325 ((0-51-1 27-pl) condition $40 372-3696after 5 o-lt-131-( to shore 2-br. furn. opt. 3 blkt behind
10:00 Proud Pj) Spacious 2 BR, onditioned, fur. norman hall beginning fall qrt. call
BASS GUITAR Gibson eb-3 2 pIckups, rushed mobile home on large lot very debbie, 392-9132 or 2-9139. (c-5t-l30-p)
2 ollec "Voice of Theatre" 2
vorilone, walnut finish, excellent shape speakers; close to campus. Pets allowed. $130 a
$250 Call lorry at 373-1679 or 373-1482. altec horns $600. call 376-1782 (o-St- month, $50deposit. 3770049. (b1M3lPj -
( I3I-P) ) ito
g.3t-128-p)
LAST DAYton All pioneer, equip. Speakers 60 watt
2 wonted fall call Laurel
roommates
For Sole: A Konica Auto T with a qtr.
each turntable Pl-41 amplifier tx 1500 T
3:45: hexanon 52 mm 111.5 a Hexanon 28 mm 392-7652 or Phyllis 372-7248 keep trying
Caizara will sell teparatly or one unit for info.
5:45 fl3.5! ,a VlvHor 85-205 mm f 13.8, and a 2x or leave message (b-3t-13l-p)
call 378-0850. 372-9852 (Q5t-13l-p)
7:45 converter $375 ph. 376-8900 (.cf-5M28- one luxury three bedroom apt. available Q'1QOflART e
House for sale close to central A
) campus
Pj for subletting Plenty of and
':45 CaponeO 5. & H 3 bdr. 2 both family room equity space many
other extras Call after 7p.m. at 373-2531
small fairing-fits kawosakl 350 500 assume 1st mortgage $21074 month at
lB1 750. used for one week. $45 call 373- 7V4\ percent appointments only' $33,000 or 377-8280 (b-lOt-122-p)

,.7358. (o-St-127-p) 372-5823 (o-lOt-131-p) All RENTS SLASHED!

1967 Ambassador. Small V-8 well (Special Summer Rates)
Wedding Bonds & Engagement Rings. runt ,
$100 to$125 PER MO.
Alice. Traditional or Contemporary designs of good tires power steering, brakes, and
All BR
units, 2 furnished with air luxury
your choice. Handmade for Individualswho windows. A.C. $400 negotiable. See features.

3:15 Doesn't Live Here wont the best. Original work by Mark after six.3912 NW 7th St. ((0-31-131. Available for 1 lease through Aug. ,31stProlrl

5:30 South' leading Artists. Master GoldSmith p) View Mobile Village:

7:45 Anymore and lapiditl., Unconditional 378-.t.t 11 373-3284 ,
10:00 Guarantee.' OZZIE By appointment only. FOR RENTAvail Available to new tenants only)
PG 373-3894 (o-49t.105-p) Nowll t

1. 100 acres with huge lake (b-5M16-pT
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2. 3 bdr creek 1 bill Uf
on 10 .r
bedrm
sublet 2 opt university gardens air
3. 3 bdr $185 NW sect
pool semi furnished 155 373-7061
4. 3 bdr $125 On 2V\ ores mon.
5. Free rent I Work 4 hrs day close to campus (b-3t-129-p)
ABC FLORfDA STATE THEATRES Avail.Sept 11 l BEACH FRONT CONDO 2 br 2 b Descent sells.

I. landlord It building now 3 & 4 bdr Beach completely furnished two pools
720 9:15: hornet for Aug. i Sept. recreation room $50 weekend $200- REVOLUTION I I.no. !

1 2. 3 bdr $200-Country hornet week 373-5552 (b-3t-129-p) ,
DOJUHJ MN est.LbM. W /+N. M M
3. 2 bar homes Bike, UF LOVE
to Mw pear ten eMQy
at n. .. FUNNIEST COMEDYOF Want o quiet opt. near the duckponcflSubl.
4. Over 25 opts avail. tpb?vvr try,twr.t M cNgr M e..ry
.. 2 bdrm. unfurnished townhous
United Real( Estate Astoc.
1975 Open 9om-8pm 377-6992 $180-mo., Available May 15. Call 373- HER PLATFORM
4208 ofter 6 PLEASUREPLAYGROUN
b-5t-129-p
(b-fr-128-p) p.m. ( )
PALACE .t1DQ/ll/ r.ttt co.ra.i.tstt trawl XSGP
One'Bdrm Apt for rent at Hawaiian Vill. Beautiful lokevlew 2 bedroom
THE WESTERN YOUR OLD COWBOY Apts. Must rent no later than June 1st. apartment unfurnlshed-Blvens lok*. WIVES

HEROES (AND THEIR HORSES) Call 373-7900 or the Apt. office. (b-lOt- $300-month. call 377-4861 or 372-2930 -
WOULDN'T BE CAUGHT DEAD INI! I 126-p) (b-5t-130-p! )

ftsmVV JEFf BRIDGES. SAM WATERSTON. liberal female roommate needed now
ELIZABETH ASHLEY ([g United Artists, READ THIS own BR 77mo.\utilities CAC close tocomput
Moving anytime' between Now t Sept
pool 377-0744 (b-V-130-p)
let ut rent your house or opt at no cost.
ref Y" s e ae United Real Estate 377-6992 (b-fr-115-p') ROOM FOR RENT room in large modern
spacious house next to VA across from
2 br turn availableJun ,
large
apartment 1
campus $7000 monthly + 1-5 utilities
NOPAJSISO* 7:30 9-30 I close to campus 808 SW Depot call after 5 373-6330 (b-2l-130-p) PRESENTS
DISCOUNT 1 TICKETS : : Ave Tel 378-3396 $200 mo. (b-5t-128-p|I
quiet conservative mole
roomatet
w THIS wonted to shore summit house 2br opt.

LEWIS $49.75-month and V utilities, call dove FREE MOVIE !

julie christie: 'goldie or mickey 378-7676 evenings. (b-5f-130-
IW\ .
JwlryC
ij mp ny p)
CLASS RINGS
warren b e atty SUBLET masterbedroom in 2 br. brandywm -

,\" DIAMONDSWATCH *. |un* 15-sept 15. furnished. con
from Columbia Pictures ; I REPAIRS renew (lease, pool oc, wall to wall, dw
A P-B/Vlst Feature disp, bob :377-8876
200 W. university Av. many more (b-5t-
372-4106 130-p)


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AUTOSVolvo LOST FOUNDon
you hove o house nest campus' far fall COlD t SUVtK Top prices paid for class' SERVICES JHEl'S MORE
are looking for a liberal Station Wagon 1970 W-o I'. radio Racquet Boll Court .
and you rings old jewelry,Ole. confide0iol, Coll on 5-1- SCUBA ClASS starts May 12 arlmenr equs TO
mature, responsible person to rent o OZZIE :375.3894 !c-9t-1 05-p I ceptionolry' clean no work .-- 7S. Wide .leather band Call 376-4446 or provided Including mxmk.snorkel '. : Sti WITHCA1UTV
room coil! Wendy 392-7601 (c3I.IJI91wanted | family$2250 increasing so need larger car drop by All*,**Office to identify ((1-5t- __It. BC. rook, end I
mature responsible student (II) fnperienced lead guitarist for firm 376.5011 (g-IOi-l2S-n<) 129.p) regutasf fXOJ internoJtonol base

M find apartment dose to campus for established/ band. Must be In town over M MG. 4 speed 2 door, 4 cyl Convertible cemficahon. e> aw, textbook.. The
fall-spring own bedroom + share 1Ut'IIfftOr. FO.lo<<11 Gilda,' :378-4169 or good condition $110000 2 rings lost m flo. gym" near meiiiam wit be our last course Hw quarter end -
Tom 3764003 (5t-127-p uneven bars mondoy 5575.- I opal and oho I kM for .
01lJ'Ml 373-7649 John (t-Jt-131-p) ) phone 372-6IS9 or 372-6966 (g-St-129- If fauna our one $33. meting
female roommate needed for fall to Need roommate for next foil? I wont pi)_______ gold. SENTIMENTAL please Value-Reward-coil Roney at 3780723 .- Summer quarter our box course will be 8 TV Ch"...... A weetnercnenntl.
own In $45 You er in advance for UPI New
house nay :
shore I bedrm apt right ocrot from VA ft room or apt -will share 1974 k--, 311)19)'Iott regi News. Yerk
Med center priced reasonable mutt be' big room Kathleen' 392.7193 'leave o' 1975 1973 400cc low rmloge next quarter elf the old pnce For further Stock EixIMnoe..I FM station en
message if I'm not there monte carlo many s*. Sunday mot cat port nom ie.navy rid caR Scuba Dynamics 377-8096 3009 TV Channel ends fM end 4 AM
377-3073 .
studious
clean, (c-3t.IJI-91) (c.t.127.p1) S3300
hido
bed $10. children bicycles blue cellar white too collar campus X 20m Way (r5t.I2$-p) Stations on tie FM bnd.TOEVmONCAUICatNC.
Female roommate own furnishedroom 110,plus many mite items call 3776736.PERSONAL area answers to basho Reward call
Summer HELP WANTED (Ig.t-I3O.p) 1YHNG EOR1NG These. Disserlotions. -UNMItSItY an
to garage opt. qtr optIOnfor ; 373-32M after 7".... (t-3> 127-p)
( fain::: 72.50 mo. + H util.:. Cost 372. Discreet, punctual and .Term Papers, experienced yp>*t*
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KEITH CANNON were only by one or two points." Potter also ... i 4t
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would make strong bids for the title. .'
steady barrage of tennis balls came from LOOKING BACK over the dual meet ,\
the machine across the net to UF tennis season,.Potter said, "I thought we did real ,
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players Dave Pressly and Jody Stagg. well. We got up for the big ones. Maybe we ...
The two Gator players returned ground. could have saved some of the wins for the. rtID:1JUA: 1 DIA-.r I NO. 2 DAVE PRESSLY I 3 JOHN KUNNEN I
strokes to their metal adversary and rushed tournament."
the net for volleys. "Move in! Move in! Don't Indeed, both Potter and his players made .
a stop running. That's the way," UF coach Bill the point that regular season records don't
Potter urged from the clubhouse. mean much come tournament time. "A lot of .r. '
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ANOTHER ARDUOUS DAY of getting times you'll beat a guy In the dual match, and ...
: ready for the SEC tennis tournament had lose to him in the tournament," Potter said. .. !: .
M begun. "The teams are so close this year that almost
With a 25-2 regular season record behind anything could happen;" He said that he felt ;.
them,the UF netters have Tuscaloosa on their his own team was "a little stronger than we
minds. The 37th annual SEC tennis championships were at this point last year."
at the University of Alabama today To win the title, the netters need to show;
through Saturday provide the Gators with those strengths in the early going, Potter said,.
their best chance in five years to take a fifth "Our singles players will have to win their

conference title. It would be the first since the first two matches. If.somebody.loses in the ..'- ,"", ..
championships of '68 and '69. first round there are too many other good NO. 4 CHAP BROWN I I'' NO. 5 'RICHARD HEALY I, -NO.,6, JIM. OESCHER-
Tennessee won the title in 1970 and for the teams for us to slip in. If you don't win the ,
last four years Georgia has been the winner. first, you don't play the second. more pressure because of that. You play in the No. 2 finals in last year's tourney,'said
Last year the Gators finished second to THE PLAYERS KNOW this as well as kind of different ass favorite. A lot of things that this year No. 2 "is, one of the most wide-
Georgia in the dual match season but fell to their coach does. "It's a funny tournament," can happen,but feel we have the best chanceto (' divisions.. There are four or five or sii
fifth in the tourney. said No. 1 singles player Juan Diaz. "It win." players who could win." Tennessee's:.Paul
Potter doesn't want a repeat but he feels depends a lot on how you play on one par Diaz's doubles partner and'the No. 2 Van Min, who beat Pressly in the dual match
that Dan Magill's Athens Bulldogs should be ticular day." singles player, Dave Pressly,. agrees. "I feel with,the Vols, and Georgia's Gordon Smith,
this year's pre-tournament favorites.."I don't "To win would be,nice for.:Oescher (Jim) like I'm"playing much better ,this year, but whom Pressly beat in a two-and-a-half hour
think that we should especially be favored," and me'(the seniors on the team),",Diaz said. there's more pressure this year because we battle will, be major ,obstacles for, the UF
he said. "Although we won all the(SEC) dual He said that the Gators should be favored to have a chance to win it"
matches, (a first-place finish), some of them win but he hinted that there might be a little Pressly,who lost to Manny Diaz of Georgia (See 'Tennis' page 23)





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Tennis1

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NO. S SINGLES player,. Richard,
junior.NO.3. Healy counts himself as one of those who is
PLAYER John Kunnen agrees with Playing a good game of tennis now. "I'm.
his teammates on one point but not on hitting the ball all right at the moment. I
another. "I don't think the team will feel any don't know about hitting a peak, but that's
pressure., We're just going to go out and dour o what I'm hoping for. His main concern
stuff," he said. personally is the tournament draw, which S
agreed that you can throw the 25-2, determines his opponents" Healy joined the, nr
dual match record out the"window.lThe only team At midseason and did not play in all the
thing we gain from matches is a look at their SEC matches and thus will be unseeded. "1 rb
(opponents') weaknesses. But there will be might get a good draw even though .I'm not
people that we beat in the dual matches thatwe seeded," he said. But right now that's only a
might not beat on any other day." hope,'he added.
Two freshmen will play at the No.4 and No. No. 6 player Jim Oescher is hoping' too -y-
5 positions for UF in the tourney.. Chap for a better performance than he gave in last
Brown lost but two matches all season at No. year's tournament"! should have won it last
4, ,and naturally, he's satisfied with his year,but I got beat in the first round" he said
performance.,"1 played pretty well," he said. reluctantly.

"I. figured anywhere in the range of two He probably summed it up best of all when
three, four or, five losses would be OK. he said,"It's just a do or die situation, and we .r + asM
Anybody can have a few letdowns." hope everybody does it." r a qN%

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I NO. 4 CHAP BROWN WORKS ON FOREHAND RETURN 'J

slate into championships. :. .'.will:_get chance to avenge regular season loss against! Alabama

ryf .... It
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: '" Alligator Sports Writer "I lost one' high school playing tennis at age nine, ACCORDING TO Brown, the number. one seed). Jim
'r ''\ match in three years. Of and took lessons from a tennis the highlight of the past Oescher 'has' won, all his
I course I knew the com pro who lived down the street season was the big victoryover matches this year. It will
; .... -. Nobody's perfect, and UF would be "
""""" "4', petition much stifferup from him.:;; Georgia. depend a lot on recruiting
tennis player Chap Brown here.' There are some "The win over Georgia has he noted.
His successful school
would be the first to admit it. great,, quick, players, in the climaxed: uhigh his to be the high point of the ,Brown said that he would
.
After all, he did lose one southeast" said the 18 year career during season. Now,the biggest thingis like, to turn professional
senior when he finished
I regular tennis match in his old freshman. year to win the SECSoutheastern someday if he got the chance.
first in the conference and
three yean of high school ( Conference "It all depends on how
district and
competition
competition ".'ve."done pretty well this title)." he said. much I improve. There are so
finished in the four in.the
WHILE HE hasn't had year. I thought I should have state tournament.He top. Brown sees a bright future many great players around
that kind of success for the won against, Alabama, but for UF tennis as long'as the today,*' he explained.
I Gator,netters. he has played then again there was probably had a few scholarship recruitment keeps up. Chap Brown may not be
I well enough to be currently other games that 1 did win offers, but he chose UF "NEXT YEAR, we'll be perfect, but as long' as he
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COACH Bill POTTER seeded number four on the 'that I should have lost" because he liked Coach Potter tough. We're only losing two keeps on playing the way he
I' ./teams are so close' team.Brown has lost only two added the Lake Worth native. and the other players on the _players.- Of course, it will be can;who cares?
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standout from Long Island is 1975.
the fourth University! of Cesare. who played on an
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deadline for signing up,Trinity High School in
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handball has been extended HE LED his team to the
to today. Contact the 1M CHSAA state finals and
office 229 Fla. Gym 392- scored 38 points in the state

0581.At. title game. This past season
the fraternity swim meet he averaged 23 'points and 12 +I
Monday afternoon SAE took rebounds per game.
first place in the Orange Cesare joins a list of signees
League. with ATO and DX in which includes 6-7 Steve
second and third places. In Porter of Akron. Ohio.. 6.7
the Blue League: TX swam Aaron Bryant of Miami
their way to, victory. SN was Jackson ana 6-4 junior college
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There will be a .frisbee Myers Edison Community
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$2,000 ga lsrS stoen from U A ga I 15r valued 'C nearly $2.LXX) x.' sMolern tronm he FEngIrneerIng Scwn.es biiduM tiver the weekend, according to Jm Shuler University Police Dtpartnment (UJPD) mn formation officer. Shuler said the theft w.as reported to IIPD by Hearty Stroud. *ho 'aid he secured the room containig the laser at b p.m Friday and discovered it stolen at 8 an,. Monday. ACCORDING TO David Williams, a professor in the engineering science departineni. the laser is not powerful, but could cause eye damage in the hands of a careless operator W Ihams said I he lasera uwed "br (he demonscracion ot optical phenomena. Its beyond nme why anyone' "ould '.ant '0 steaL I., he said. SHULER SAID there were no signs of boreed entry at the wcent of the theft, but that latent fingerprmrns were found on the stand .here the laser stood, and on the duct tape securing the laser. Shuler added that several people have keys to the roin where the laser was stored. The Independent Florida Algtr Itchshed by Coapu. Communicohons Incs Go n.vill. Flondo No, ofliciolly ogsoc.ted wit, 9he University otFlortdo L THURSDAY AYS,197 UF preparing for lump sum funding Dy STUAfT EMNNrcU Amu, Slat Wlle With hump sum Ihndlag hor thme state unlynklte "IN pe eat metin" hor next yetr. U$ officials Mtrted the prom. of dealing with the increased flexibility Wednesay. Th. Florida Houn. of Representative appwoned the funding change -s a part of a 1250 millIon allocation to the Educational and Gaenral (E&G3) budget of the Stat. t '-S. T he UnP pnc t$,t. University System. TUE EDUCATION subcommittee of the Senate Way. and Meanu committee also approved the lump sum fuding concept in its appropriations bil passed Wednesday. The full senate Is expected to pass the funding method. UP President Robert Q. Marston said the flexibility created by lump funding "it the single most important thing to be done for the universities*" ISTEAD OF itemizing each allocatacs, the change will allow the universities to transfer funds from, within the E5G budget to meet special needs caused by a tight budget year. UP Executive Vice President Hatold Hanson puedleted thate will be a "lot of wugging and pulling" In the budget p."., wihec college ad department thkklng they cen hater use hinds apprupriad elsewhere. He added the lump sum flexibility will produce new challenges (in using funds e4fectiveiylat webetter be able to face up to." TUE STATE SCHOOLS will have almost total freedom with the E&G budget an allocating funds, but there wilt be scee restrictions on the salary rates. A House bil states that the average facukty pay rate cannot exceed 523.772; the caste service employ. rate cannot exceed 15,441; and the admInistrative and professional rate cannot exceed 516,255. The bill *3wo stipulates that no employs can be given a pay increase. unles, they are promoted. Lump sum funding was also approved for the Institute of Food and Agrlcultural Sciences budget. 532 million. and the l.HWIis Milk. Health Ceutsr budget, $19.6 .11t. UP Vice hra e r Am&.i MAni Robert Bryan said budget homrings for each of t. colleges would bghi I. abcst two nuks, and the deans .bonld be prepned to discuss how they would use any flexIbuIlty given to them. Fall apartment rates to increase due to rise in non-electric utilities By FRANK RIELLA Aflgater SlaMf Witer Apartment rental rates for fall quarter will increase an average of 110 to $15 a month over last fall prices, due to increased costs in water, sewage and maintenance. Profit from electric rates formerly made up the deficit In treating water and sewage, Mary Anne Smith. Regional Utilities Board (RUB) Consumer Services representative said. "It (water and sewerage treatment bills) was depending -n the electrical side of bills to pay for it and it was always in the red," Smith said. UNDER TIE NEt structure, a flat rate of 75 cents per l.0 gallons of water plus a 51.50 service charge deter-mines the water bill. The old structure had a six level sliding scale for large consumers. Under that structure, a minimum rate of 53.70 was chpeged for every 4,0W) gallons used. For the usa 16*0 gaI.Se,0 cants was charged for every l.U0hulegswsd. After2*0W gallons,. 47 cents was chbsi. for every I,OD0 gallons .med.' In addin" sa water hike. RUB has started cara fr mevgbsa, .pifrqS ,epls ThE AV ,unI aing.ss per apartniern should be around LID. Smith said. Eighteen of 30 apartment complexes polled by the Alligator said that their water and sewage bill hadygone up at least I50 per cent. They also said that increased maintanance costs were forcing rests to rise. Randy Greene, resident manager of the French Quartet and Village Park and the Gainesville Apartment Association president, said water and sewage rates have more thait dogbied foe Isis cseipless "MY LA'TEST water end sewage bill is 53,2W. Ott bills used to be aiciad Sl,300, Greene said. Greene said he expects to pays eSlated 125.000 in water and sewage bk cai the neat year. Twenty-five of 30 complexes polled will be borced to raise .ents. An average increase of 10 for unfunished and 515 for furnflhed apartments will go Into effect. Of apmnmeiws polled, thie average moqiuly vants werw as follows: -n bedroom gafqarnlshed, 5365; furnished 130. two bedroom one bath waftiruiied, 1215t*r

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N,. 2.1%. tn&~n&g4 N.M. MlIar. Th.sd.y. Mq 6. 1976 L egislature okays s tiffer gun use sentences T ALLAHASSEE FHa. (UPD-The Senate ignored warnings today the state will have to spend 550 million for new prisons and agreed with the House that judges should be feared to sentence crinuinuls using frearms to at least three years in jail. The Senate approved for the second time a measure by Sen. Jim Gliso. R-Eustis. setting a three year minimum sentence for murder, sexual battery, robbery, burglary and other major crimes if "a fiorr or dsructve deice" is used. It accepted a major amendnuemt added by the House which according to Glisson. "Lawyers and judges have been making their deals and running the country." The Senate struck manslaughter from the firearm crimes getting the minimum sentence and made other changes. so the bill (5355) goes back to the House. The crucial fight. taking up about two hours, was over whether judges should have discretion to withhold adcapsule Sea-borne evacuees pull into As ian ports SUBIC BAY, PHILUPPINES (UPD-A "ghost fleet" of South Vietnamese Navy ships steamed into part Wednesday jammed with refugees. Dowen of fishing boats and merchant vessels loaded with Vietnamese evacuees straggled into other Southeast Asian ports. t7.al S.fl .vato. floe Vistas, was staged. The 20.0 refugees aboard dhe fiotila were immediately zrnfhrnd to six waiting U.S. merchant vessels for passage to Gus, Elsewhere, ships steamed into ports in Malaysia. Guam and Thailand. Forty-six ships of various descriptions were anchored off Singapore alone. Vag rants ask Ford to declare them refugees SACR AMENTO. Calif. (UPD-The vagrants on the city's skid row want President Ford to designate them as refugees and build a tent city -s he has done for armiing Vietnamese. "Tent cities look beautiful to us." said Richard Young, 37, an unemployed field hand. "If we could get a tent city and a You. wh"o d esbe ief as "a firsratetrampand proud." said: "We don't resent the refugees. but the American people should be for the American people first." Young aid a group of skid row ralidants -et Ford a telegram Tuesday. asking for help. It read: "We art without wark, luousIng.medlcal care and hood. We arn na eligible (or welfare ad we -r eating the same federally supported aid being given to Vietnamese dlauffiud as ete." judication of guilt or suspend sentence in the cases of youthful offenders or other unusual circumstances. "Call this foolish rehabilitation and bleeding for the people '.lho violate the law. The people on the street are not going$ t put up with it." said Senate President Dempsey Barton. D Panama City. "We didn't realize the court can withhold adjudication of gudlt after the jury indschim gult, he Hse c h Sen.a o Budd Maca abD-Oala. estimated thai the state .ould have to spend 550 million to provide more prison space and judges. Prosecutors and defenders with the appeals eourt load doubling or trilig. Ford will sk for GI Bill cuts W ASHINGTON (UPD-In -n act niarking the end of the Vietnam era. President Ford Wednesday canceled some wartime benefits and asked Congress to eliminate the Gl Bill's education program for future servicemen. Service connected death and disability benefits continue in full force. And in a message less than happily received by Congress, Ford asked the lawmakers to end Gl bill education benefits for those entering the ric July'I'or la Almost everyone who has served in the military sInce 1940 has beat eligible for the GE bill's payments to offset the coat of -n education. More than IS million men ha,'. take. advantage of the benefits and they will cost $4.2 billio, this year. Although Ford called dhe Gl bill "a wartime benefit." Congress in 1%67 voted to extend the benefits to peacetime soldiers who served betw.ten the Korean and Vietnam wars. Press Secretary Rton Nessen said Ford's acti signals "the end of the Vietnam era." But the decision may have started a Wite Houe Veterans benft ge preferred treatment in Congress since they are knows to be excellent tote gttwrs and the various veterans grous a po-rfaldobss In a statement handed reporters by Nesawi, Ford said his actions will not affect benefits of the 7 millIe. men and women who served in the Vietnam War or who stiUl serve i the armid Iorces. npnloina u .* .avorwrm. veffimg benecit E arl cons umer bill action s een WASHINGTON (UPU -Legislation to create a cginsinter protection agency began what may be a swift course through the Senate Wednesday when backers stepped in to head off a repeat of the iibuster that killed the plan last year. As foes of the idea warmed up another attack. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield announced petition to cut off debate on the bill would be filed Senate that a Friday. This year, with President Ford already expressing opposition to what he considers an unnecessary addition to the lederal bureaucracy. Senators opposed to the bill had not planned a filibuster as such. But Sen. James Allen. D-Ala., reportedly telephoned Sen. Abraham Ribicoff. D-Couun. a main supporter oithe bill. Tuesday night to teli him an ail-out filibuster was planned. Orighnafly. Allen and other foes of the sgpicy had not planned to filibuster because the recent change In Senate rules made it easier to cut off debate. Backers of the bill belieac the rndes change, plus the new faces in the Senate since last fall's Slection, will make it easy to end the talk and get to a tuccessfijl vote. The House passed similar Iistidal last year but it is still at tehaig sae the thise par.tio i an 'utter atrocity" that would "proliferate the bureaucracy. impede the admlaistratlve law process, dlog our courts. disrupt the free market system and cams untold economic damage." Allen, in a prepared Senstate speed, called for removal front the bill of an exemption icr Isbor matters. Cuba ties inevitable: McGovern HAVANA (UPI)-Seu. George Mc~oken said Wednesday that he sand Cubans leaders have a feeling dual the iesoraton of diplomatic relations with due US I. InevItable and thuat he is taking It up directly with Premier Fidel Castro. McGovern and Castro adueduled a meeting fhr late Wednesday night to dineus what McGovern called substash.v issues In U.S.-Cubaa relations following a surprise get-acqusbneed session Tuesday night. McGovern, D.S.D. told a -esuemaiec he had spent an hour with Castro Tuesday night during which cadh had a dianae to siz, the other. The msar. has been outqpakb. In brar of mesmmng normal MIMI., with Cuba's comnlnst goem e attired in Havana Monday -n a four day visit at Cas's lseltaso. The Independent Florida Alligator -aus n e aswmai Jntmmu MW T Lfl "a 'a. f'se ~ .a.s. d c.-es C. -a ~ w.~ a a Mv. ~ A .~ fl a Sflna Saw .d.

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I Th. lnd.paud.n~ ReelS. Mugs.,. Thund.y, M.y U. 1915, P.g.3 Schools may get increase Dy DEDBlE BENT Ailes. Sea Wit.r A Senate Ways and Means subcommittee on education has added 523 mIllion to Go. Reubin Askew's proposed 2975.76 budget for th e state university system. However, the increase might not survive ctutiny by the full committee tonight. The entire university system -including all nine universities, two medical centers and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) -received an appropriation of $363 million fron the subcommittee. ERNIE c Lit legisative ade for subMiami, said the figures reportSd by the subcommittee Tuesday night 'tre 523 million highs. than the governor's recommendatIons and 56.5 million more than the House Appropriations bill, which passed Tuesday, gives the university system. The.ducationsubco.ttee, headed by Graham, refused to cut its proposed budget for higher education despite mustruct on. from Senate President Dempsey Bunco,. DGraham. and Senate Way. and Means Committee Chairman Blob Saunders, D)Gaisteavilie, decided the subcommittee would "not only not reduce (the SUS budget), but increase It (over the governor's recmmaidatlon)"L' z said. TU3 SUDCOMMIflrES proposed SUS budget will have to be approved by the full Ways and Means Committee tonight before goIng to the meate floor for debate. Of the 5363 million. Sl05.S million will come from rust fund. of which the prlnclpal scumc of Iqom. Is tuitos a Another 5247.2 nillIlS will come out of general revenue (mostly state sale tax), and federal revenue sharing contributes 510 million. According to Chancellor-deslgnate E.' York. the subcommittee report otfri the university system 'signiicantly more than the governor" does. ASKEW'S PROPOSAL budgeted S229 million for the SUS's massive education and general purposes, while the senate put 5251 million in the E&G budte:. The recently-passed House appropriations bill gives slate universities $23.4 million more for E&G purposes than the governor recommended. For WFAS, the senate subcommittee allocated $33 million, or 52.4 million inert than Askew's budget. York said. The house version added 52.2 million to the governor's recommendations tbr WFAS. THlE J. HILLIS Miller Health Center received $19.5 million for E&G purposes armd 123.6 million for the Shands Teaching Hospital according to the senate subcommittee allocations. As in the house appropriation. the senate proposal would hand the university system its money in a lump sum rather than fund each item in the budget separately. "Lump-sum tbnding will let us do more with less (money)." Regent Chairman Marshall Criser said. The funds will be assigned to the Board of Regents, who will delegate responsibility for allocating the sums to cad, of the nine university presidents Getting funds in a lump sum instead of ine item budgeting will enable the universities to transfer available funds from within the E&G oudget to other areas which have been hard hit by the tight fiscal year. MARSHAL .CRISES funds will 6. oalsgnod Ic regenta' No known cure for disease L ethal yellowing disease makes coconut trees'future ques tionable DyDEN ON Ampu, SfWugue They poke the SCIutI Florida sky like a quarter million barnsn telephone pole,. no longer bearing any resemblence to the picture postcards and photos in the "come to Florida" brochures. And more of them are dying. MANY OF FLORIDA'S estimated one and a half mill.,n coasnt palms -r falling payr to "lethal' yellowing." a mystadoks dbwase with un known ea ugs ad no cme. 'Ris disease. which ltuerafly causes covbent palms, to f611 apart. Is spreading steadily up the Florida peninsula. The first signs of the disease are dropping of the tree's coconuts and blackening of the seed sheaths and flowers. Next, the palm fronds yellow and drop. Finally, about three months later, the trunk dies. COCONUT PALMS grow only in the southern half of the utfle, bi yellowing also cast Infect numerous other varieties of paints which grow statewide. Beginning first in Key West 20 years ago. yellowing has since crept up the keys and infected South Florida. No., the bottom fourth of the state is battling the disease. So is UF's Institute of -Food and Agricultural Sciences (WFAS). Operating on a special legislative appropriation and a federal prant. IFAS researchers have so far discovered that antibiotics can be injected tinto tree' slowing the waly tymptoes of ylowi t na efibitely postpone death. AND in dditlonal grant money Irom the legislature this year. may provide the support that will eventually provide he cure for lethal yellowing. Dr. Sherlie West, IFAS Assistant Dean research said researchers still "don't know the cause" of yellowing, but said insect counts around affected trees and other techniques may lead IFAS to the culprit. "We have noticed low levels of a mycoplasm. or bacteria-like organisnV' in electron-microscope scans of affected tree tissues, West said. IN TUE MEANTIME, the Florida Department of Agriculture is injecting tetracycline antibiotics Into large nunibers of trees to slow the disease down. "Injection results (delay.) the disease for about six months. and so har we have been able to keep trees alive for two years." Was said. The tetracycline delay tactic may k.p nre alive even longer, but sin the treatint is only two ynr old, ,esechaelM bi ane M waft and -e If that's pestile. The antibiotic injections can only save trees in the early stages of the disease, though and removal of diseased trees to control yellowing has proven "too monumental task,' West said. If a cure is not found for yellowing, it is conceivable that at could spread throughout the state and even infect local palms, West said. Whis tle campaign draws enthus ias tic res ponse By JANET PARK Algn.s StEf Wit.r All 1200 SG "Stop Rap." whistles were given out to IlF women by 3 p.m. Wednesday and "people "ere stillcoming up toask us for ithet." according to SG Director of Women's Affairs Cindy Shellenberger. The table set up tbr distribution at the Plaza of the Amerius ran out of its supply of 4Umby 2p.m.,' 'TUE 1. WAYNE. *EITZ Union dhstrbwlion point ran out nrund 3 p.m., Shlilhuberger repqnsed. assd bhe Sorority Row ocatlonculy had afew left at 4 p.m. Shllenbeqmi said she was turprised at the number of taft women .ho came to claim a Center called me and said they serne wcard to wslk to their curs at night." she said, noting that the health center parking Ist had been thm acute of several rapes. 5mW WOMgEN PLANNED to keep the whistle by the phioee, since they had been. bothered by obscene phone calls, she added. Shaeeuerger said the "Stop Rape"' campaign received enthusiastic comments from the wan who stopped to get a whistle. "People were saying, they wished we had started it scone.," ShEllnbarger said. "TflEE ALSO SAID we should start working on getting mire lights around the dark areas of campus," she said. Shellenberger warned students about playing games with the whistles. "I hbpe I never hear the sound of one because It will nea~ acme woman is beingraped on this .campuesq.e $bld. Very fe men gried tbglbauest rheodbig a whistle tree the weataat disibth, them. Shellanbeer said. 3heled yannencefist theSG-photo by b janded whum were only for woue. the IS pstenti ie$Ims of rape. .00dgd ldysea UF vet hospital building begins Ground breaking cetemonhes for UF' 20Ih veterinary school In the United States, It veterinary schoolill be ftdMay I7 at 20:30 wEB hane two clin udig sinll animal am. am the I nc u. .-. ..lhtc and ahurse cbwhIc wllbeready to Conmuissonerof Agshs., Doyle E. bejin operations by the fall of,1976. Conner. State University System Chancellordesignate. E.T. York and UP President The hospital is being built first because Robier 0. Marston. will be among the state according to the pinflner of the vateelnary officials a: the ceremony. school. Dr. Cbaulss ComndlIua. "A gpod two ,Ti. 18.241,g lA)n, will only be the years isiweddS aIceufeldh so that we can make it a -oo teaching hospItaL." "later on." Cornelius said, "cbiauroci space will be added and f iN openatlog. v.11 comaen." Dtae to the initial lack Si us.n 6* 40 students will he acetS b tk Squas. Approximately SOI*tUdUUIS be ngpe 'whsh' the sched I -i dapil st If 4. .4 .9 'I

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lb. I.d.n.d.w IteM. MlI1eg.t. Thund.y, M.y I t975 UF actors cheer hos pital kids photo by john momn A FRIENDLY VISIT by the Florida Players ~r O spons or UP students in cooperation with Sunland Training Canter will spouser the District Special Olympics this Saturday at The Florid. Track. Children from the Sunland Training Center will compete in various track and field events. Admission is free and the meet will start at 9 a. m. fly LEANNE SOUCEK Alligator Staff Writer Dougie grinned and giggled from his hospital bed. 'He hasn't said a word for days!' said the nurse happily, and she smiled too as "indian"' Christine Tudor "hey'aheyed' around the yellow hospital room. AS TUDOR DANCED around the Shands pediatric ,.ard, she changed. "It rain dances can bring rain, they can do anything, Dougie,. and tonight when we go back wo our tee-pets. we're going to do magic Indian dances 'till you're all well Dougie was one of the many patients in the Shands Teaching Hospital pediatric ward enthralled by the antics of seven cast members from Florida Players' childrens' drama "Once there was. An Adventure in Make Relieve.' THE UlF ACTORS and costume designer confirmed the proverb "laughter is the best medicine'" on Monday when they smuggled authentic Oglala Sioux Indians. the three Billy Goats Gruff, and Princess Dark from their costume department onto the pediatric wards of the Shands hospital The fairy-tale creatures wandered from room to room lighting the eyes of young children in bed, on crutches and in wheel chain, Their destination was the 7th floor play rn decorated an bright yellow pMpMr sprinkled with merry green and purple carousels. 'The "play-room" became indeed a play too-, as the east performed -n impromptu version of the "Three Billy Goats Gruff.' woRwiec AGAINST tremendous oddsthere wtas no bridge in the small room for the goats to "Irip-trap" across, only the Big Billy Goat Gruff character w.as played by its original member (John Dunlap). and the nasty troll was garbed as a witch doctor-Ihe players managed to '.in over the crowd of about 20 children. Most of the children seemed to like the Indians best. Even "Weylanid." who before the performance cried. "I wanna go home, I want my miomma!" was shouting "Howwww" when the witch doctor -troll begged for someone to teach him to say hello in Indian. A precocious. bespectacled child named John was almost as excited with Chief Blue Thunder as he was when, before the performance, his father told him he would be leaving the hospital on Tuesday. ONE LITrrLE GIRL carressed the feathers of theOglala Sioux costumes and was ecstatic when an Indian asked, 'Do you want to keep Since Cindy Dtiffln, the costume designer, is an "Indian nut." the costumes were quite authentic. Hand-woven blankets, handstrung necklaces, moccasins, headdresses. and skints all looked as it they had just been stolen from a reservation. Ideas for other costumes used in the play came fram children at the P.K. Youre school. "I had no Idea that so many children thought of the rain as.a cloud until I looked at the 5th graders' drawings." Duffin said. CUIISTIflE TUDOR said the idea for the hospital performance came to her whet she was working in the Shands eye clinic. "We just asked the costume department it we could wind up' the weeks plays with a rip to the hospital, and they consented so we camc, she said. When asked if she thought laughter was he best medicine, Student Nurse P.F. Choyt;i laughed, 'It sure helps," she said. John Dunlap. (Big Billy Goat Gruffl Jg-e. "'I think it's great for the kids to get entertainmecnt more than just once a yea (Christmas). I used to work at a hospital and know how tiresome it can be to stay Ibr weeks jrnd weeks-especially lbr children," he sa~d The actors were Julie Zimmermiin. Susannab Gilbert, John Dunlap, Jerry Dickey, Christine Tudor. Dorne Arnold, Sara Ochs, and the costume designer was Cndy Dvfiii. phamb by lohn moron WHO'S1HlAl? .pedloirkc palutisn get special guests i tI CAMPUS LIFE '75 REMEMBER US FOR \yQUR SCHOOL NE EDS TOWERS BRANCH (sERvICE COMPLEX) BRCWARD SH-OP (BASEMENT) UNION SHOP (GROUND FLOOR) MEDICAL BOOKSTORE (sEcoNDc Foot) CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE LOCATED IN THE HUB .p .* -. ~ (A 0~ 0' 'P "Si Thats wien we shortsn the dea -wi dM a witi flat. Whatyo di.! it yo unglf, yma aen wanyuji or any combination themei. ScuDhem SI b .-i ti-'' tt .'zj*.,., U I I (

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Pan. 4. lh. adndnt N.M.dd MIIu.r. Thondlly. May 8, 1975 Regis tro tion for s um mer s tarts May 13 By JOANNE KOH L Alligator Staff Writer Advanced registration bor all students attending 'ummier quarter will be held rnm I uesday. May 13 co Friday, May 16. in the basement ot lIgert Hall. Pat Dovell. assistant registrar otficer. satd (he schedule ol classes wilbe availableminthe basement ofligert Friday, May Appointmenth for registration have already been sent to students who indicated thby will be returning lot summer quarter. IDovell said. ANY STUDENTS WHO wish to register for summer quer hu 1t wr e not given an appointment. should conisot Advanced registration is held for students currently registered at UF. Registration for students returning or entering UJF will be held Friday, June 20, in the basement of ligert Hall. Early registration appointments for ball quarter have not been sent out yet. Dowel1 said. Fall registration for students currently enrolled at UF. but who wilt not be attending summer quarter, will be held from Tuesday. May 20 to Friday. May 23. Course schedules for tall will be available in the basement of Tigert on Friday. May 16. JAMES BURNS, associate director of Planning and Analysis. said I 2.500 students are expected to enroll for summer session (his year. Last year. 11.079 students registered bor summer quarter "There arc two countervailing pressures on our prOjectiOn ot summer enrollment thus year. There is an unusually high proportion of freshmen and sophrnores registered this spring quarter. Thiis group students usually skips summer session," Burns said. This large number of underclassmen would tend to depress the estimated enrollment figure. he said. "however, the job market Icxoks so bad this year that a higher enrollment im summer session is cxpecwed." Burns said. For coordination SG restructures cabinet overlaps By LESLIE GOLAY Allgator Statf wrgs. A restructuring of the Student Government cabinet will coordinate the activities of SG cabinet functions and university committees when the areas of jurisdiction overlap. Dan Lobeck. vice president-elect of the student body, said. tobeck will be taking applications for cabinet, sub-cabinet and university committee positions until Friday. when he will be sworn Into office. LOBECK SAID many cabinet functions overlap university committee ftnctlons iujurlsdiction, but under the new system studaits can present united front on issues. "t's also a better way to keep up with the level of activity of student menibers -n university committeess" Lobeck said. Faculty and students comprise university commIttees, which deal with student related areas and make ret.mendatlons directly to UP President Robert 0. Marston. The cabinet is part of SG's executive branch, which makes proposals for retrm and service projects. Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen said he was "In favor of more effective coordination in terms of the university committee prwctsi." LoMbeck said he will he asking for more information from each applicant for cabinet and committee posts than past vice presidents have. Applicants must put down how many hourn they plan to take throughout the tern. how many hours per neek they are willing to put into the job and they must remain in school during rte summer. An applicant can also indicate hO other areas outside of cabinst director positions they may prefer to work on. Lobeck "ThiS new application process wilt be a lot more work, bult ill itas we wiln get activists on 'tht'cabinet coatmkltee." Lobedk explained. TONIGHT IS LADIES NIGHTI THE CONNECTION LOUNGE Listen to the mound of .and rem em ber. LADIES LADIES DRINKS FREE 75 cents ALL NIGHT DON'T FORGET OUR H APPY HOUR MON-FRI 5-8 P.M FREE POPCORN NO COVER MON-WED Friay Sturay$1 Cover 3500 S.W. l3th St 377-2776 "ON SIVENS ARM L-i TOSE=OTM SALE SALE TOPPANTS VAUTO$ I0 BUY ONE Pt. NOW LoWA 00NR O 3n herSC Jtov I I 1629W.UNIVEUSNTYa OPEN 9-9S

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Th. lndependen* SM.d Alt Igsor. Thu,.dey. May 1, 975. Pag 7 Commissioners approve wiring ordinance By LINDA rWISNIEWSKI AiBlw SafWir Alachua County Commissioners approved a new ordinance luesday that would govern the exterior wiring ol mobile homes,. The ordinance states the service box of a mobile home must provide I0) amps of ele tr ciy ns ead f t e pr se nl re quired 75 THE ORDINANCE, which will take effect im 10 days, was adopted to prevent unsafe electrical wiring of mobile homes. McGrifl said. Although the new ordinance will take effect in the unincorporated areas of the county,. "We'd like ro encourage the city of Gainesville and other areas to do the same thing," he said. The owners of the mobile homes can install the electrical wiringthemselves, but they must first obtain a permit from the Alachua County BHolding Department. THE WIRING MUST be approved by the ".islfItrdIlt iuthorits f the building department belorc electrncuy can be connecte according to the ordinance Aviation o he ordinance is a nisdemeanor., he county commission atM, voted to Come a member of the AMachia County Aspinwall c By MICHAEL BRADLEY Alligator Staff Wdrit Sen. Art Aspinwall was elected Student Senate President Tuesday night by a unanimous vote of the enate. succeeding exPresident Kevin Maione. Sen. Sue Cline was unanimously elected President Pro-Tern, succeeding Sen. David Cardwell. IN OTHER ACTION, the senate passed on first reading a proposed constitutional amendment which would lower to I S per cent the required percentage of voter turm-out in a I eaiIue nt ies durmg ehc I uesddn mecing "MOST OF THE ditterences' iia exist het.ween units of local government ire due to a lack ot communication w hich would imiprove if the county commission poined the League of Cities, commission chjirmnan Jack le Cted senate constitutional amendment referendum. Ihe constitution now requires at Least 25 per cent of the student body to have voted mn the referendum and of that a two-thirds majority is needed to ratify the amendment. Set, Anthony Loimbardy. the bills sponsor. termed the amendment "a moderate and judicious (proposal) to make our constitution more amenable 10 change." IF THE PROPOSAL passes second reading next week it will be presented to the student body as a constitutional amendment in a referendum next fall. hI )rrante stid I he comisslon wi.ll nieer today to diascuss he count' budget and tonmng requests I he meeting '.ill be held on the tourth floor 0t the county courthouse in thc commission room .1 p mi president liht senate also passed on first reading a request Irom Honor Court Chancellor Byron Petersen that the senate allow him to appoint an associate vice-chancellor. With 65 cheating cases pending. Peterson's statement expressed the necessity of the new position in order to effectively deal with the increased case load. rhe associate vice-chancellor would have dhe same powers as the vice-chancellor, presiding over hearings from which the chancellor and vice-chancellor most remove themselves because of conflict of interest. We do wonders with any type of hair. You can have great hair regardless of tenure whether it's kinky, curly, thin or otherwise. We specialize in precision-blended custom shaping With no two looking alike. You don't have to be a movie star (like our friend above) to get what you want. Come see us at The Mad Hacker, ~1507 N.W. 6 Street, or call 3774024. Something will happen. I .1. wkw ~x '.in. ~~2~.ti.t& .. K I LUGGAGE SPECIAL ML. WUGAGE IN STOCK Somsonite Skywoy o Invicto .Leeds 2IFE CHIT regular prices while. they lest nrA na/rn'r **'Tis LMsA*n STes. 14 S. Momn Street 376-1S93

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Pege .IA). Ifd.9p.4.fl Kordde Milgrflr Thunsdey, May I, 1975 Turnpike dea 01333BI ERICKSON Angtwr Sif Wier UF students who participated in the state. wide Turnpike Toll discount program this pust yenr must turn in their toll charge cards thus week. Student Body Treasurer Greg Shermian 'aid the State of Florid. Department of Transportation cancelled the discount program "Xhroughout the state on a recommendation by the Governors Management and Efficiency Commission."' THE COMMISSION asked the program be discontinued, stating "they could save approximately 140.0 which is being spent annually to finance and ,dnminister the Rep s bill C po tc oka ilmed it lea lers By DRIAN ONES Ma* sN emWiser The Florida House Criminal Justice Committee took a hard line on marijuana Wednesday. approving a bill to make convidted cannibis wholesalers serve at least ten years in prison-. An opposing bill to decriminalize possessing up to one ounce of marijuana was delayed by the committee, and Rep. George Sheldon. its sponsor. predicted "an uphill battle" getting it through the commIttee. REP. ED DLACK3URN, D-Temple Trace. proposed the bI to sSt a M0-year minimum sentence without parole frr anyone caught with mole than 30 pounds of marijuana, but the committee amended the minimum sentence to 10 yeas. Sheldon, D-Tampa, out pulS the lB-year midima'aSidn, Ammt become law," but also maid his Sheldon said he it giving up on decrimlnuItrztios -v if It ks 4t4n Uhs year, and is piaching another m aine aest up a house emi-ting to -td s suauan laws btwws. this Iqidiw es. and nest year's. "I'm convinced that you could -u five of the hardest line law enforcement officials on the study committee, and they'd -e that the marijuana laws are mone harmiA than the doug itself." Sheldon maid. The committee delayed adios on the decvlminallustloe bill "only becas ne ran out of tinc," Sheldon said. 'The meaue Is o., the committee agenda for s Wednesday. Another camnibis bi. w.bh meald sgow hosdolds to grow and camb-m up to five marijuana plants in has. privacy, Is "leas hypocultiesl than wine" hat also has dim chances of pauage. Sheldon said. ends program. The comnmissiwn said this mosey could then be used to continue the present levels of service on the turnpike. Sherman said. Since the program began November I. participating UF students have madc 239 trips on the turnpike, spending 1,055.810. The total amount of discount 'as 559.73. be said. THE PROGRAM "officially" ended March I. but Sherman said he did not receive "any official notification that the program had been cancelled until last week The State Department of Transportation had been sending letters to another department on campus and that deparment did not forward them to me," he said. "The students who participated in the program were given a charge card with which to pay turnpike tolls. At the end of each month, the discount wa figure, and the money the student had spent on tolls, minus his discount, was removed from an account he hA s AL CARS hav been returned. we will start refunding the money students have left in their accounts. Sixty cards have already been sent to Tallahassee," he said. The percentage of discount students received varied each month. The amount of discount depended on the number of times students traveled on the turnpike. Sherman said The discount was given on a graduating scale. At the end of each month, the charges of all students traveling on the turnpike are totaled and the discount is figured from that amount. Sherman said. No discount was given if 550 or less was spent during a one month period. If $50 to 5250 was spent in one month, students received a 10 per cent discount and if 1250 to 560was spait, a IS per cent discount was Sherman said he was "dis.ppolnued dhe progtain was cancelled. It was obviously operating succesafrily here." he said. on Archer Rood A 2byir-dd 1W tdest wps take, to W.T. Shab~ TeeSqkn Haspitsi Wednesday, fokoitebiled.-adio at the lutawectlon of W abStrut and Antler Rotd Pairidla Juney. IUC. suffered head lacwraghas when she loot control of her bike and f(dl into the path of a car drives by Michael Gamif.t 22. of Gainesylle. According to Gaiuesviule Police Departmant repstt, Jernny was traveling newr the curb of the southbound lane of 13th Strest whan she lout control and was thrown head Anet to the pavement, Jursey and the bike were then struck by the auto. A hospital spokesman said Jurney had sulkeed heed laceratIons, but her condition was "pppeestly not sarlous." No durg.s were filed i. the Inies. .4 I C4 ~ .t ..I. t.sa.y.ra.s#~S. .~, ., *,~ ~ 4. 49 S a / , ., .' ~4 -Veterans You only went part of the way up In two years you could be: A Lieutenant in the US Army (or Army Reserve if you wish) Receiving $12.000 year salary using your prior military experience. Gained valuable leadership training ARMY ROTC CAN GET YOU THE REST OF THE WAY UP There's an Army ROTC Iwo-Year Program JUST FOR YOUI Collaor Visit LC. John Coaln Von Flint Hall

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I ELECTRO NIC EN GINE I ANALYSIS WITHEACH I 9U2N. MAJNT m7 iOHll mmad I TI.d of concr,.e. no'oand ga Wont1to. noh,.~ .r ,h. w,Id? Ink 0ono* *rpdon rh t. CANO UTPOST OP uii c SW ARCHER RD. Open 10 am -8 pm daily 12 -6 pm Sunday Wema -Up'ilrli. A Friend Produce Market Just for YOU MLK gal. .....$1.39 MANNON YOG4JRT .1 yellow sewe SUTlER BEANS .c CWRN.1Cc ecu BLC EE E S .3tb MElunwoxed EC E. .3eb CU ES ......3-2 _ __ _ __ _ E~s N A bME 1UMMOUC We accept FOOD STAMPS We try to keep a complete stock of Fresh Fruits & Vegetables at Prices you can eat withi Ifyou A low-cost Horns Improvnmnt Loan Is the awr Stop In and let's talk inhoot It! GAINESVILLE -atJONSG AbeCn PanEimT BUT NOT DEUNG married and worried about her fanty. the girl told her employer that her brother was her husband and her young sister was her daughter. But she had no excuses to bring her other siswmr and brother and left then, behind. The girl sits in a canvas and wood test at Eglin chat will be her home until she finds an American sponsor and worries about the rest of her family in Saigrn. "I JUST WANT to get them out of the hands of the communists." she says.but adds she knows of no way to do it. The Hue doctor. wealthy and influential in his hometown, had to flee because he said the communists would have been especially hard on him as an example to the other residents in the community. "The life of a refugee will be very hard, but there is no choice, the communists would have DySTUART EMMICH AMgteStaff Wa.er EGLIN AFB -The 20-year-old girl refused to give her name. So did the doctor rrom~ Hue. THE YOUNG MOTHER of four apologized, but explained she also did not want her name to appear in the newspaper. All caine to the United States and Eglin A FB to flee a falla, South Vietnam now in the hands of the communists. But they still had family left in the warravagpd country. FAMILY TEAT THEY frar will be killed bye newgovernment Especially if the refugees in the United States are identified and quoted as criticizing the communists. The young girl. an esployc of a military attache in Saigon, was allowed to take out of the country a husband, her parents and cien. .afraldfor'theornllbapdtsmlaves (Se -Refiagees.' page teni """a"* A GENERAL. FINANCIAL SYSTEMS SANK MEMAIS: P.0 C. ----Th. gnt.pend. MoM.d MIgatr lhundhy. MAyl 1971 Peg. 9 Fears of Viet refugees include family cit home, uncertain future here

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Girl tries to help family stranded off Singapore By JOHN WAINWRIGHT AllIga. Stafr Wrlier Nguyen Minh Tam, former UF student, chartered a boat yesterday to carry relief supplies to 7.0 Vietnamese refugees stranded mn 36 ships and boats 18 miles nff Singapore. Her boat was stopped and turned around by Singapore officials, according Co Kurt Wanisley. volunteer Ior Gainesville's Project Share. NGUYEN TOLD Wanisley that she was i"n radio communication with one of the anchored craft and that six of the refugees had committed suicide because of intolerable living conditions aboard the stranded vessels. Wamisley said the Singapore government will not allow the refugees to come ashore. "The Singapore government is supplying the refugees with 500 liters of water a day:"' Wamsley said. For 7.0 refugees. sonmc in open bonts under a hot tropical sun, 500 liters of water comes to about live ounces per person per day. WAMSLEY LEARNED of the incident via an overseas telephone conversation yesterday with Nguyen. Wrnsley said NgUyen's mother is on one of the boat s and her father is in Singapore. it Singapore government is supplying 40 pieces of bread per day for 30W people." Wamsley said. "More refugee boats are ariving and there is no clear cur plan as yet to help these people. rhey are suffering from exposure and lack of adequate Ibod and water, and they need help now. We need to raise money as soon as possible." Wamisley said. WAMSLEY INDICATED that any contruibutions received by Project Sbare for aid to the refugees would be sent to the United States State Department. Wamisley said he didn't know how the State Dlepartment might use such funds. The supplies on Nguyen's charter boat, stopped by the Singapore officials, were provided by representatives of the Southern Baptist Church. Project Share. Inc. is a non-profit organization begun in I 970 to promote rural development in Southeast Asia. The group now has a representative at Eghin Air Force Base assisting with the integration of Vietnamese refugees into cities and towns across the United States. Project Share also has a program to flnd sponsors for refugee families, foster homes for children and parents who want to adopt Vietnamese children. Re fugees (From page nine) used me as a target. I had to get out." he explained. HOST OF HIS family were aiso abfr to come, but like many of the refugees' relatives,. some stayed behind to lake their chances with the new government. The doctor, worried about hi, safety, took buses from his Hue home to DaNang and then went on a boat from DaNang to Saigon. He spent three days on the deck of the ship, drinking water and eating small amounts of dried rice. Although sad about the trouble he expects in adapting to America life and finding a job, the doctor says he Is realistic enough to kno, that the hardship. hate to be endured if he want, to stay alive. "I REALLY FEEL sorry for the refugee who were so scared, who fled because they thought the life here would be better. It will be harder." he said. A mother of thur, married to an Oakland Air Force officer. wasn't too concerued about life in the United States when she fled her home, she was more worried about her relatives left in the and around Saigs. Rut no. she herself and her has started to worry about children. WHEN SHE LANDED in Calinia. expecting to go to her husband, the Air Force officials would not let her get off th. plane, they said the refuge. centr at Camp PatStle was too crowded. They told her to go to Florid, and wait until she could be reunited with her husband. But questions about when she was going to he able to join her husband have received non-commital answers from Air Powc oftIcdals and the woman is starting to worry. MOST OF TUE refuge living in Edlin.s sent city are also worded. Wordied about thelr chance of iing a job or sponsors, of learning to live in a new contry, of starting all over with almost U.S. State Department and Air Force officials say they hope sponwar will be found thr moat *f the refugees. But they also admit that it may be hard to hind enough sponsors for all. h1 say they are not sure what will happen rn the refugees if no sponsors are feund. But James Chandler. the head ot the refugee operatIons, adds he ii sure "If the ihe American people will overwhelm us with others .f spoeuoruhip." iNtftOttlC It4t to discuss in the New Film" THURSDAY MAY 6th tOO0 p.m. UNION NORTH LAWN C' MACAt A CIffl 1*1W Cfl tU 1'PZ .K. JMAW wSrqa ""' -.'.*.'A~ on ACCENT .tsbZAtSMt4tfl.

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Pug I l. Ie edsps N.M. AnMar lnmnder. May .1978 EDITORIAL Barbarian During the reign of Hammurabi in ancient Babylon. the code of law allowed the state to pay cash to reimburse certain victims of crime. If a poor Babylonian citizen lost his wife to a rampaging barbarian, the courts could award him money to replace the loss. Instead of punishing the criminal, the Babylonian ruders helped their crime-struck riddle class with financial aid. Now, 3,000 years later, a similar program is catching on throughout the United States. Beginning with California in 1%65, 14 states have passed laws providing compensation to victims of violent crimes. Unfortunately. florida has not. Bills to establish a crime victim compensation fund have died in the state legislature every year for the past five years. Currently, bills in both the House and the Senate are sifting dormant in committee, waiting to be heard. The bills, with minor diffrences between them. would allow claims against the state for medical costs. loss of work income and pain and suffering AccoingtoBReEric Smth, one sponsor of the House criminal justice committee bill, the program has always failed because some legislators see the program as a 'giveaway' of state money. Further, some legislators are worried about the possibilities of fraud. The House committee bill provides for a maximum claim of $10,000 and the Senate bill. SB 179. goes up to 515,000. The House bill also requires 5200,000 fir the compensation fund, and that's not easy money to get during a time of budget cutbacks. These arguments against the program are bogey men. The compensation hind is no free offer to chiselers and people with nothing better to do. t is common practice for a government to give aid to victims of natural disasters, and It is common practice for a government to give welfare to the poor. This program asks no more. To avoid fraud, all csswould be decided by a judge of industrial claims In the Department of Commerce. the same judges who decide workmen' compensation casas, Other states have not reported problems with fraud; in fact, the main obstacle in moat of the programs is a lack of claims due to a minimum of publicity. Here in Alachua County, the one place in Florida with a fund to aid crime victims, only four claims have been made since October. 1974. Daisy Martin. head of the county Division of Family Services, said this was because no one knows the program exists. The S200,000 appropriation is minor, according to Smith. He. along with others who support the bill, wold be happy to see the program become law eves without money. Because both the House and Senate bills art contingent on federal grants before they take eltect. Major Karl Adams, staff director of the House criminal justice committee, said the main thing is just to get the law on the books. The funding would have to wait for federal money regardless of the availability of the 5200,000 state money. The philosophy behind the program is clear.If society fails in its obligation to protect its citizens, then it should help them to recover. With violent crimes in Florida up by 18 per cent this year, we urge Rep. 51d Martin and Bill Andrew;. and Sen. Buddy MacKay and Bob Saunders, to give fill support to helping the citizens society didn't protect. Hasmurabi gave an eye for gn eye, but he gave money too. 'IrSAMOOD1Mg lW cAn aS rca aMt'ra~fz.fl Asian leaders go out in s tyle WASBIY4O'OI4 -What the United States benlly pulled out of Ptnwu Pail and later Saigon. hundreds of thousands of Cambodians mid South Vietnamese who wanted to escape were left behind. Exit visas were selling for a praninum on the Saigon black market. Onlythe krtunatewere abletopetout. BUT THE LEADERS who were responsible for the debacle were able to flee in style. flown toHawai In spea .S. jet.Nefreape a The State Department laid out the red carpet. The Air Force put him up In plush qua.er at Hkckhau Eld. A ;peclal tam aha .signed tq b*l hiamu tle I#HmeH. AS FA ASm wcan dtmine, the .S. gomteust He wanted status as -n accredited diplomat, which caris with it certain priyiqees. But ale State Department turned him down -n the gronds that it would he WqleaI. Diplomatic sources estimate that Ice Mel brought out about si million Wohelp him adjust to life is exile. They also have teason to believe that he has soyeaS mort mIllons stashed away in tacit bask accounts. NE HAS STARED out his mew llfr, nieanwhuk. by purchasing a 5103,Cfl house in a faflonable Honolulu subdIvhIon. Thee Is less information available on the brooding. secretive Npye Van This, who resigned under fire -s Pmlsdant of South Vietnam and fled to Taiwan. But there -u reporta, still unconkindd, that he was trying to smuug gold bullio, out of Saigon. GAS Uwa. The Federal Energy Administratdon has cuinduded from Its secret StUdIU that the United States is headed for another gasoline crisis. flt reac for the wotid .6 sl us today, ironically, us that 'The recession has caused the United States. Weaen Eumopc and Japan to hold down their oil coasumptlon. The warm nether lies also helped these nations to save oil. 31fT THE VIA studies Indicate that their economles are picking up. As rimes get better. the industrial madamn .1l1 reuire more fuel. And next winter, of weer. could be cold. During the pest three months. Americans have already The Independent Florida Alligator L i"eee'. .Cc M~N Eel n TMcanw. increased their geadlu consumption four per cent. They arn returning to their former wastefl habits. At the same time, new estima wrn that the United Stites has far Inss oil and gas rmvs than the figures the government has been counting upon. PiCE DISCUIIN AlT ON. Th. average Americanfamily pays higher utility rates than those dharged to the biget industies. WEEKLY SPECIAL This -rc dkscriinsloi is caflhd "dedlinmg block rate pricIng." Simply put, it means that the more esapg you use. the leas you get chars for It. Big .Wery Nsfrl trfort, pay lower rates. A study I. San Fraciso showe that the p in the Inne city shelled out. mate than three cents -n hoer fhr electricity. Yet the affluent usars who could afford higher rates, peld' only two cents am her, Thl pact ahmcnethas nfair -it'swaaheil.kItencaurag.s big camps1.e to use more electricity than Stay need. Thai way. their rats wi be lower. Rut It wUi take an act of Congress to compel the utilities to change their rate shtryar TROUJILE IN KOIZAI. North Korea's bupectfld rotund dictator Kim Il-Swig recently visited Peklqg, acoring to Intlece reports, to seek support for a reald et The reports dlais, that Kim wants to take advantage of the Communist momentum In Southeast Ais. He reportedly believes the time Is rips for him to make his move agahnst South Korea while the United States is preoccupied with Cambodia and Vietnam. But the secret Intdbmgnc rqprts say that the Chlnese have cautioned Kim at to risk. wrIu the North. M. Mr Na'-'S'cAM O.ne.d Maw. .Manre. Min .ses M.qm Mflag AmdgS.n -. Micdd ftentcasedn S.n -Sdiei -n"-by C I Iii II'I%(rIIIrg,)I*~,%lI PC S.u ISIS Uaav.rwp Sa. O.Msw 1N Ne** v.4*. oNks hSwM Sw C.Iicg. W. tim wee u.bvnp As. ln.s.e.OefIce pA.,. 274Mg UsnnS -. 276MM M.nsng *.d PvSscuIe. hues Pie A

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lb. Independen* fl.r4de AJIlg,., Thursday, May 5, Ig7, Peg. IS Did EDITORS They:r now that the Vietnar over. This is funny. Ni me the war was ove two-andahalf years he lie? And if W situ'ng free out in Cal Isn't it against the the President to 3ke people? Or is that mean when thwy s upholding the Cumulk I hey will hold it up v And Henry Kisslat secretary of state: he 'peace was at hand t ago, Did he lie? If ao he still secutary of AND TEE NEWS They. too, said the o'er in Jmuary, rmembwr the hbadi they lie, too? What's the story? *ar end twice? Or i that everyone lied selves in January. 19 S exua everyone e saying Ihey told themselves the war ierfe ii War is was over7That everyone really wth lion told knew the war wouldn't he the Ui r almost over until no Americans lwere On~ ago. Did over there? Tat ft was an cha hy is he American war, and could only Lhm, ifornia? end when Amiericajis left? pre-ju law for We have learned nothing done to the from Vietnam and Watergate years. bat they if we continue to lie and to ON peak of elect liars. Presic atmnON MAY 4, 1970-live sonmetl rith lies? years ago -tour students recrini ger, still were killed by the National mean told me Guard during an anti-war Mr. F wo years demonstration. I can think of In I ,. why is no greater memorial, no studcm state? greater justice, than to have State,. Media, the South Vietnamese died,. war was government fall to the Viat illega 1973. I Cong and the Vietnamese harass In. Did people on the eve of the of pro anniversary of those killings, the ash Can a Now, maybe after 30 years. fifeen s it true the Vietnamese people will Amer o thathare a chance to make it or Vietna 73 when break it. without hostile I lie? erence. and hopefully hunhantarnan aid, from nited States. ce Vietnam has had ,. dihti we can judge not before -no more dgang -as .e have all these misapplied E MORE thing: lent Ford said thing about "no more iinations." Does dhet unconditional amnesty. ord? memory of those four its who died at Kent and .11 the others who were Jailed, sutfred I surveillance and sent and whose rights ases 't w abridged by thorities during the last years while protesting ican involvement in LW. Gary Gordon disc rim ination EDITOR. I am paying this ticket under protest and only because I can't afford the time to go to the courthouse TWICE to appeal. I was not parked in any service drive as my ticket indicates. However. I and many others did park in the woods behind McCarty due to elinsiatlo. of parking by ongoing construction work. (Ibis irea was not marked as a no parking zone.) I was torced to do this because I had to teach a class and could t spend time drivig around for halt an hour to other lots. I SUGGEST something must be done sown to alleviate the parking situation; it Is getting increasingly difficult to tind a spot. Ease of parking is essential for faculty who have class schedules to meet. I also suggest the appeals procedure be made more accessible (i.e. two trips downtown is very inconvenient). Edna T. Loeehman Assistant Professor is 'obviously gDfORh Iu rues to Ms. Pee's letter accusing whkle man's instutha.s I will sprec with her In hr senent, eitherr. were fib discrImIaatlen based -cue.: natlopalkty, sex or race them there wocid be -o need fr organations. spel as tg Organizatloa Vsr Waone Wr'a. This tread of thought is readly acceptable in fields lik. ocilogy or psychology bSt in the Aceid @1f bIology. dIscrkminatdon is a necessity I. the process of evolutlo. The discriminate bts. n ees' and races becomes obisiy necessary after a study of genetic and ewvlomary thoory. AS AN ANALOGOUS Incident in euolutice, i a ye ts look at diseases in mn. Few people would recqgnbe any beset in disss yja h hasamried a purple Is human etolutlos to Stming.e the nakerv elements I. the opecebs ad thus amprone that Ipecut. necessary I Insa recent article in the Giainesvilte Sun, the result of radiil intermIxIng was dcmonutratcd In the Inereed Incidence of malscdcuin In the datilos of the mixed cultures of the Wes world -opposed to a fl~~ In the raclafltypun culture of nd ,the American ladlns. As fIr sexual dlserimlnatia., I refer you to most texts on ewolutlo. to find evidence of the pruvaleuce of .make dominance I. the societies of most advanced cretss ALSO, PATTERNS of masculine agpresaleme and (asinine passivity -r mainly Influenced by honaonai balance I. most advanced creatures and not by I.preusimn huposed -n the animal by has culture. I ask you to monider these facts and then decide If dIscriminatIon I, the evil it Is made out to be. Charles G. Fug. 6AS I, fa I hr V WE 7, C N. a -C--Sct( vs N Mailer's EDNTOti We were appalled at Norman Muilurs ignorant com-* masts in reference to the Florida State Museum during his lecture. The museum dons indeed look like a burial mound; In fact William Morgan. the architect. spent musty long hours studying Indian burial mounds in asnohrn and central Florida. TIE MUSEUM houses Shell. Dbper k.ntanmn. Sttne friend many artifacts removed Ikons these 'mounds. What could be more appropriate for visual symbolism? Furthermore, Mailer should be reminded that until he is considered an architectural authority. he should confine his remarks to personal obsernatons, not broadly based value judgments. Heriberno J. Brito Rolando RIvas-Canp SAR| SAl Gay Melee MciCes~ Eide Wore Minth freg w nr Sae t.r Tnm Uhsder AM~ew. ne ADVICE & ISSENT a The Independent Florida Alligator

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F~r IA lh. Indep.d.i M.d Ml~gaev. Thwredey. May S, W75 Foreign UF s tudies programs Dy JUDY MOORE Atm.aN,.nar Praca domova, tates, huiswerk. there will always be homework whether you study right here in Gainesville or on one of Ut's foreign study programs in Poland, Colombia, or He study programs differ from past UF foreign study ventures in that courses are taqht in a foreign language by foreign teachers. In the past, Anmerican teachers have accompanied students, and courses were taught in English. STUDENTS are required to take language courses in Gainesville before entering the foreign sdhool.or to take an intensive language course in the country itself before taking courses. In Ptoland two separate progranis are offered to UF students at the Adam Mickiewiti University of Pbznan. A summer program beginnng June 23 and ending August 16 others courses in Polish language. literature, history. culture and institutions. Students receive from five to 15 credits in the UF department of Englisb. THE COST is approximately 1500-5550, which includes tuition, housing in double rooms, food and books. Air fare is approximately 1345 round trip. There are openings for more than 40 students. A full year program running Irom October to May offers a variety of courses in most academic areas, Ihe courses are geared primarily toward graduate students. but undergraduate students are accepted. Fifteen students w.,l be accepted for next year. TUITION and housing fees are waived and students are given monthly stipens bor food. The only actual expense is transportation, which IS about 1345 round trip. Interested students should contact Dr William Sulhvan. 433 Grinter Hall. phone 392-2107 In Columbia, the U~niversidad de los Andes in Bogota offers semester programs beginnng in August and January as well as an intensive course in Spanmsh and Colombian culture luring the summer. IN THE SUMMER language program. Spanish can be raken bor credit on a beginning. intermediate or advanced level. rhe course includes visits to places of interest in and around Bogota. Cost, for the summer program include 3160 tuition. 5(60 room, board and laundr, and about 1200 air fare from Mi amn T HE SEMESTER program offers courses in a wide variety of academic areas and all credits are transferable. tuition costs rot UF students are the same as for Colombian students. 1400 per semester. Students will be housed and fed in non-English speaking Colombian homes fbr 1W) per month. A ROUND TRIP ticket, valid icr one year, costs 1313 from Miami to Bogota. Students must have at least a 2.5 gradepoit average and a minimum tour quarters of college level Spanish or the intensified summer course. The deadline for application to the summer program is May I and the deadline tot the August semester is June I. INTERESTED students should contact Raymond I Toner. 319 Ginter Hall. phone 392-0375 In Holland, study at the University of Utrecht begins Sept. 10 and ends June 20 lot three lull quarters of credit. Students are required toutke I5 hours of Dutch fall quarter beibre any course work can be taken. Students spend the remainder of the year in iht individual departments of study. Almost every field of study is offered. ThE LECTURES and sentinars will be conducted in Dutch but papers and tests will be done in Englihh. The total cost of the program is estimated ic be about S.0 more than an academic year in Gainesville. or about 53.3X). rhity students will be accepted. A grade point average of 3.0 is preferred. ThE DEADLINE for application to next fall's program is June I. Interested students should contact Dr. Samuel Hill. 368 3. Wayne Reitz Union. phone 392-3625. Grad program in Peru A one-year program lot raduate students interested in studying in Peru will begin fall quarter ii UF. The program ill be held at Pedro Ruiz GCub University in northern Peru. Applicants must be graduate students and must be able to speak lueni Spanish. Students ,ho are accepted into the program ,.ill rtee'. assisiaships ajong with a 1350 salary per month. Applfraticms muss be turned in at .Jg4 Grinier H-aR by May 2;. r Wile -C mass SM ewe ens *i-35 sc.w.,. .a.,. f. ddape. h. G.s. Uii I in L Is ot igenough for everyone eserve now to be certaht of Pal occupancy. oClosest to Campus .Mcsber TV Anflnnc .Fool, Souno e~ully FurnIshed eise a r .Laundry FacIlItIes

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You may not even be lazy. Just vuy busy. Who has time for a solution to wit contacts, another for soaking, still another to clean them and maybe one for cushioning? it gets pretty complbated to say nothing of toe expense Now IhereTotaW The all-inane contact lens solution that does it all.TtSP wets, soaks, cleans and cushions your contacts. And you only have to use asingle solution. Try Totse See how much more aofrle your contact lensescan be. And cleaner. And a lot eulier to use. There am two good wasto buy S and the 4oz. szeTOtAF 2 OZ hAS a free. mirrored Iens storage cm.e, and the new BOCOnOmy 4 02. size saves you 25%. TotaP is available at th. campus bookstore or your local drugstore. And we're so sure youll like TotaF that well give you your second bottle free. Just send a TotaP boxtop with your name. address and College name to.: Total. Allei'ga PharmaceuIv 2525 Dupont ny Irvine, California 0266 (Limit one per person. Offer explres July 31,1075) -x & BOOKSTORE TED IN THE HUB I r-EMT,8W7M &SAnIUMY,f-l2 n 1Th. idep.,d. R.M.d Muhgawr. Th.mdey. Mor l, 1571 Ng. 15 Budget h k By DEBBIE ERICKSON AligatorStaff Writer The Student Government Budget and Pimanee Committee decided Tuesday to recommend a 10.5 per cent budget mnrrease to, next year budget Ihe proposed budget ot $521,372 '.ali be presented to the Student Senate for approval next Tuesday. N ICK LANG, senate budget and tinawnce Committee chairman, said the money ot the budget comes from student activty fees. Almost all orgainzations requesting money received what they wanted.Lana said. The committee makes recommendations to the Senate after reviewing how an organ'.zation has spent its money the past year and how much of the allocated money is left SOME ORGAINZATIOr4S gained sub. stantial increases for next year'sproposed funding for Gator Growl increased 13.500 -from 19.500 to SI3.00Interhall, intramurals. SG salaries and SGC programs were all recommended increases from 55.000 to 520.0). ONLY THREE organizations, the National Organization of Wonmen(N OW )the Distinguished Professor Chair received budgets "substantially lower than requested." Lang said. The committee recommended that NOW only receive 51,330 instead of the S2,37S requested. Lang said NOW received a Sl,.00 budget cut because "the committee did not feel NOW should receive the student funds they requesting to pay for a babysitting service so members could attend meetings and because their newsletter, for which they [requested 1160, is funded by members' dues" Council will pDoor e proposed I he committee jlso reconmmended NOW only receive $100 instead of she 53(X) they requested for duplicauing "because they did riot use much of the money allocated to them for this purpose this year If s embarrassing to Budget and the Senate tor organizations ot money left over" at the end Lang 'aid. and Finance to have a lot of the year. THE COMMITTEE also recommended the Distinguished Professor Chair only receive 113.270 instead of the 123,190 requested. Lang said the Distinguished Professor Chair requested 59.550 fo, a second part-time professor for snring quarter. ''When S3O.SME needs to be cut from the total budget and you're talking about 51,00 not many organizations receive a large enough budget to be cut this much and it would be devastating for those that do." Lang said. THE CUBAN Student Federation was the third organization the cwnndttee recoinmiended be cut. The organization requested S790. but the committee only recommended t receive S39) because they used only half of funds allocated this year. Lang said. Revival Assocition (STAR receive no funds ,ill also be made. "STAR is an association dedicated to reviving the Star Trek series on TV and the movies. They requested 5945 for a miniconvention but the committee did not feel the convention would attract enough students" and decided to recommend they receive no funds, he said. A recommendation will be made to pay the I rafic Court Chief Justice salary out of funds collected from Traffic Court violations and funds. Lang said. in vestiate trea tmen t BDy JANET PARK Altaker Slail Wrlltr. A black doctor's chare of "shabby treatment" while being recruited fbr a medical fellowship have prompted the Afflirmative Action Advisory Council to call for.a complete investigation of the incident. Bialtimore pediatrician Dr. William Davis visited UF in January for interviews for a fellowship in the Allergy and Immunology department of the Shands Teaching Hospital. IF ACCEPTED 'TO the Si0.(XD p. year position. Davis would have received training to become the second black childhood allegy specialist in the country. Dr. Harry Shaw, council chairman, related his portion of Davis' charges of botched meeting schedules, telephone ofters not followed with written assurances and 'casual att-itudes" toward the importance of recruitng him. Shaw commented that the treatment Davis of docto received while a guest on the UF campus ',eemed to be insulting at times. "TIS IS AN exclusive club." Shaw said of the pediatric allergy specialty. The University or Southern California (USC) also made strenuous efforts to recruit Davis, eve., to the point of raising the salary offer they originally extended. "USC wanted him. UF was going to tolerate him. I suspect." Shaw said. ThE COUNkCIL DECIDED Davis' charges ,tt serious enough to want an 'fvestigation through the Office for Affirmative Action, with an eye to reviewing recruitment procedures. Members said they felt this review would Insure interviews are not being conducted simply to fulfill affirmative action requirements. Also. Affirmative Action Coordinator James Allison scheduled a May 13 meeting of Nil affirmative action officers on campus for a workshop on required procedures for in,plenmentation of affirmative action guidelines. Health living plants make on oltroctive setting for your We hove a large assortment of plants a d occessorle. for **'owering fl.,s. CUSJgeflh IERANKMis ~sANDPMN1ING SEE aUSTRI YE" SAT 4PM 3~ S S d *~ P .~ ft W.U.lv.r .9 I a. I C ~Ej. usa ~sa 9

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~...~ I *~' ,!j*, **~? 'Y .1 ~a~4 ~ .',~ -~ ? -I The Independent Florida Alligator Pasg i. 1hunssy.Mmyt sm ENTBRTAI N I Who is Chick Corea? By STEWE BERGMAN Atab.ie Casespeadent I was talking with local record store owner David Gune the other day about the Jazz Festival Student Government is prnsenttng free Saturday at 3 p.m. on the Union Lawn. "I can't believe that S.G. has gotten it's chit together. Without a doubt, this wtil be the best damr. concert wt'vye 'cci yet. Core. awid Corycil are some of my most popular artists as well as being great musicians"' Chick Cotta and the Return to Forever as well as Larry Corycll and the Eleventh House will be playing for free! (also on the bill is the modern rock band STRIVE with members Ibnuerly of Miami's IGSP) Although many people are familiar only with Chick and Larny's current Bands, while others have never heard of them at all (unhip,) these artists have a rich musical background,. 'panning all types of music and improvisation." Cores's most recent I p., No Mystery. features bassist Stan Clarke. who has gained a considerable reputation from his two solo albums as well as iron, his unique contribution, to other recordings. Clarke's (insert your own adjective) bass playing has been an integral part of Chick's music since the inception of Retur, to Forever. If you've never heard this band, you can hearthem on these albums: No Mystery, Where Have I Known You Before. Hynh ro The Seventh Galazy. All three are jazz-rock (don't you love asshole labels?) type music, with No Mystery being the funkiest of the three. To say that these guys are tight is a hell of an understatement. Thbey aft even more amazing live. Preceeding the last three Return to Forever I p 's are the alibus Light as a Feather, and the original Return to These two albums as well as having Stan Clarke, also featured the talents of Latin musicians Aurto Mordera~his wife, Flora Purim and saxophonist flutist Joe Farrell. h muskc is, as you might suspect. a fission of progresive janz and Latin music. Airto. a percussionst-drunimer specializing in homemade and tradition.! Inutrunient. has recorded several albums supported by Cons., Keith Jwrrett, Flora, and others. He can also be heard on Mles Daels' BITCAESDBREW. These albums are personal favorites of mime and newr fatl to put nit in a great mood. Of cpure records must be beard to be nderstood, so call up WGVL and mk tochu*tIhiak for Harry). Actually, the formation of the band-cncqpt of batun To Forever was Chfrk's attempt to camsulicate with larger audience; trying to involve those people, who p.fer to par.ricipate with the music, rather then analpse it. For Cores. an ardent believer I. Seisatology, conmunication among people ia of flit supertanceBefore the Return to Forever co~ms though. Chick wes trying to communicate through a Sient (perhaps purer) S USA-~ -n-l ra of music. DuspIta the excellence of the muii and mialci Core. Pound that only a limited (although Issune) napin of peep1. uMid gt Inc. i. You can't dance to It. So Chick Mtted evolving the Return to Forever concept and has becepne mene popular than cuer betam, paring that )tU can play g-o music and still sell records. (Yes 3illhoerd, There's hope for you yet) Lervy Coryoll, th. mon who practically Invensed lan-rock gullor playing, will be I bringing his bond, the Eleventh House, to the Jonr Festival Sotuedoy. Oils,, referred to.s th, guitar player' s guitar player, Corycil ho. Influenced almost os monvyoung musicians as John McLaughlIn. The Eleventh House has been playIng to enwed oudlonces both In the U.S. and In Europ~e. Stones tickets still available The Rolling Stones concert was sold out an JacksonvIlle as printed Tuesday. You can still ottain tickets by sending a $10 cashiers check or money order to Rolling Stones Concert. 3W0 Water Street. Jacksoinville. 32202. Or. you can wait at the Great Southern Music Hall Thursday at 2 p.m. when more tickets zlre expected to go on sale. The Alligator regrets the error. Monks make booze Imagine a groupof French monks who support themselves by distilling a potent 120 proof liquer called Chartreuse. That's precisely what the Carthusian order of the les Pete. Char-. creua-"Fathern of the Wildermess" do. The lornula of Chartreuse which contains some 130 herb., brandy and honey. has been closely guarded by the monks ever since 1737. It was the tonic they gave to the ill. jun., and aged n ho tould come to the monastery for relief from thei, various maladies. Only the head of the order and three monks know the tormula today. The three .ocks are allowed to leave the monastery to travel the dozen miles to the distillery where they work in the secret herb room mixing. blending, unacerating iad dlstilliug thccsscnceofthe liquer which Is then poured through pipes directly into large blending vats. Chartreuse, a name for a color of bright yellow green comes from the ancient elane. College students in Califrornla recently developed a funky drink s ith, Chartreuse named after its murky appearmnce-Swampwater. Swampwate. is a mixture of Chartreuse, pineapple juice and a touch of ime juice. To introduce the drink to Gainesville. Dub's is having a Swampwater party at &:00 Thursday night. The drinks will be selling for 50 cents as opposed to the tevular price of $1.30 and ill be served iii pint mason jars Filch you can take home, You should go dow n and try it. gahesd RETURN TO FOREVER IebMyley, .Where Have IKnown You Hymn to Seeth Galaxy with Flora, Airto, Farrell Light as a Feather Return To Forever importt) STAN GETZ Captain Marvel AIRTO Free with Cotta Virgin Land tingers without Core.) Dutnernl Dreas PMeg Pub.m L.ENI'YWWTEAS Mile. Davis: Bitches Brew Freddie Hubbard: Red Clay Aztecs: same COREA Now he Sings. No. He Sobs Piano Improvisation Vol. I Piano Improvisation Vol. 2 Inner Space --with Holland, Altschuld,. Braxton: Circle: The Paris Concert -A.R.C. Soegof Singing Is Crystal Urenms Gary Burton STANLEY CLARKE CLARKE AS SIDEMA N. Cao garblerd: Under Fire Ptharosh Sanders: Black Unity Norman Connos Dance of' Norman Connors: Dark of Light DAVID HOLLAND Conference of the Birds Music refleCt on or some to be blue to If you like raw 1933"1 got mine" blues, the Beef and Bottle should be a pit stop this weekend. Mlaying with Vinci Martin. last of a dying breed of truly troubled trouhadoes, are Psis Caplen and Roy Bookbinder, direct from the Sting. Fats plays the fiddle excullantly and Roy does an equally good job on the guitar. They dreg, the part of their music -gold-rimmed 'Tply .a st-,eceorded b, such blues men as Big Bill Broomusqy. So Carter. Blind Willy. whwzever. Deflt Lt, a good tII-. Some might renumber Vince Mantia wham he played before Weather Rieport. That wa define itely a mix-match, folk shouldn't precedt progressive Jana. Vince is direct from Coconut Grove and he slups about when you used to be able to make love in the parks without gutting muwd raped. He can put you Is a very senimmntal mood with "Dolphins" and them make you reflect with "Deportees." a song about Mexican migrant workers written by Woody Guibrie. Both acts will be presented through Saturday. Admission I, Si during the week and $2 Friday and Saturday. piwi. by hb6 wool PAlS CAPt0l .l xisin ac i ul r 9~ 'A p.,, S -A I

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Pag. 20, The lndep.'e. n d.e MlII.r, lhwSday, a7 1,97 ALLIGATOR CLOTHES WE AN AIIM ao w UtSvely '-3 7:25 9:3 6 b ReIncarnation -a o 3:45 S.'G5nw Capo-C 3:15 Dheni Uve Her. 5:30 7:4 Paymi.~ Alce CLASSIFIED FOR SALE 0974 SAJZLKh .Ir.trkail .s19$ only 5900ni asking 1750 or will trod. for Sports car turntable to. sois ponotonir $45 rick 373-5985 na 5q l30c stt.o component wyiterm turntoble 2 speakers ond receiver perfect for dorm *nlttammnt cohi bill oft, Apn, for nor, info WW0 37&fl7 (O-3-29-p) Mule for Sal. 376-6082 0a2*-laO p) waherbed, pads, tron,., liner 35 dMconmpreuson meter 25 doobie tanq bockpoc ccli toy.Fisk 377-43fl (o-9t I27 -p) 141L1510E Nom.,ite, view of LAKE Wouburg IC minutes South cf city 2% ocres good lerms ccli to so. W*0 Mason C. reolta. J77-VSQ (o-5q '294974 kowosaki 750 for 'ale plus occ SteeD r best offer 1974 kowosoki 900 fo. sal. 522W0 or b.' off., coil 373-Shah "fo "orno"r (o3 291) ELECTRIC GUITAR TEISCO, 4-pickup beautiful shop. and condition, muvt sell -only Slocroil Guy af 372-113? (0-S512-pJ AAC chrmpion IRISH 5EflER PUPS 12 wkt oil shotsoand wormed long haired ond mellow both pens or' premise. roll 313-5266 ot 3f-5325 (o-5.-127-p) BASS GUITAR Gibson Wb3 2 pickups. wrrione. woifliA frr'*. *xcehient shop. $250 Coil tarry of 373-1679 0r 37l-I82 Fo Sal A Ko.,ico Auto I with a hesornon 52 mm fI I B a lenonon 29 menTI 113 5,oViviar. 5-205mm f1l *. fd 02K converter $375 ph 376-tm (a-St-I2S. -) small fairrng-fit, kowosak, 350, 5, 750 used for one week 545 ccli 373 7358 (o-Si 127 p) Wedding Bards. Engagement Rings Traditional or Conlemporory designs of your choice Handmade far indlyiduols who wont the bet. Origial work by South's Leodirng Arns Mat.r Gold Smith and Lapidlst Unconditionol Guoront. 02Z1E fly opponmnerd Only 373-2494 (a-S9t-1IW.p) a C ---C*~ a -7u t:1i FUNNIEST COMEDY OF 1375 "tat. St I$ AT t*ACT lA 7St3S -an -bun -fins, Q&SdII. Pictures A P-H'VS Fee. 0 FOR SALE UTILITY MRAILER proK jiby 6%good conid ighi. and wirng '5 In tires on mobile home oil. 3250 or best offer 373 067h (o 5tZ3-pl 72 Honda C8-350, recent top-end overhaul, excellent condilor mnony ettros, $725 firmmust see to oppbeciole, collofter Sosco, 371-2166 (o-St-l30-p) 973 Suzuki 1$ C0 Esceiient Condition S7Wor bess off. 370.09, After SP M Co. Stereo. Sony consene ardPM stereo Like new quolity sound Cost 110 new sell for muyb lea 378-49)4 (c-it-Ill9 197' Airoir 299, air, wall to wall Corpet, 4hed, varsity villa Lot 79 376-00 ao St 5 ACRE LOT beautiful scenic roiling Hillside build now retricted homestre telephone electric lines in N West 149 373-5552 (a 3-29-p) Furn store foe so'e 3 00 Ft only 3 00 dollars .hling due health one acre lnd 50ftIfron, newnons loke on drivrvd 372 5260 377-fl35 wr bed (a-St Si1p), Early amer couch 65 wot bed k 35 dresse, 20 din tab set chairs chna ca.nt seiinj out du to helholms Surfboard Nobie 6-9 brown yellow goad condilton $40 372 3696 after 5 a1,131 2 altec "Voice of Thectre" speakers. 2 oac horn. $Ia toll 376-1782 (a-Sqllponeef equip Speokes 60 watt each turntable Pt-4l omphif,.r Sm 15CC!f wil el ep 2-l .On ni orifo House for sol. chaseto campu, centre A H 3 bdr 2 both fomily roan, equity assume 5.t mortgage 52)0 74 month at 7% percent oppoirtmTent. only 133.0) 372-5823 (0 10 IS3-p) 1967 Ambassador Small VS 'ris well, good tires power steering, br0k., cad windows A C $0 negatiobN. See Markofiesix 39127thS* {a-St-la1AalFOE R ENT I 100 wcrs with huge Iak. 4 S bd $125 On 21 acre S Fheerer Workehrday I Londlord is building now 3 & 4 bdr homes far Aug Sept 2 3 6dr $2S country home, 3 ,b"h .m e fl ke ou Owe, 25P asavi nite".d Real 'Eto'se 7,ic One'fldrm Apt for rent Ia~wan Vell Apis Muss ueM rio later the, June It Call 373-79 or the A,4 offlcn (bl1r. Let us reit yOur bous rn -l -t me -o United keel Eta., W7-dqf2 (b-IrI5y) Large 2 br fun opetnent ovolbobte LEWIS WA.TCH NWAIS 20W. Univeedy An., 7241W I 1 ASTDAYI 'JANS'W0.OdIGU5:Uests 1 w us. snmui COMING SOON 31U3? UIYNOWDS IN 'AT LONG LAST LOWE' fli LUmVAIOsp~ ay C e o FOR RENT moormot. needed shortmng June beautiful 2 bdrrn I bath w pool. souna & wieghircom Vircayo opt 5)05 + ut AVOID rHEFALl. USH Nw irho tifh* to hoo fo. sht housea o -d fl7 6992 lb 60 I12 p1 2 dme mobile horn, for rent 5)25 pe no coillgendo 376-4446 9-4 or 472-2870 oft., S (b-fr-i24-p) sublet I bedroom unfumnishtd haute kitchen equipped, fully carpeted Corn. by 392 7thS (6 S-ap) Sublet room. in A UR urn house AC. kitchen, living room wil. fireploce I blocks campusu, $75 month Avail June IS Steve 377-SI8 (b lt-lil1-p) [lYE RIGsT ACROSS FROfl VA & MEt CENTER Sumrnv Subjet I bedroom very reasonable Summit Haute 377h175 378sublet I C f'on siIU for utlities FOR RENT 2Im a tltesp 7 roomOles to shor J on 2 bot ni home coup .r,,ole mole 2)840 days heave n,,be, 3-9 .e near campJ5 niwell itfor sole 560 C1 lb-St 132 p) IWfemal ,oi -$* ne-de located len ho.,5minutes Ironconhpos coil Lisa 377-7298 6 lb 27-p) SUMER SUBLET I bedroom oat I block from Campus $150 mo + eIecri See ligeui Htli from your bedroom wendoMI Call 37S-Sfl3 (b-Si 27 p) lookat ut ~nta liing onhust noj.hom.' ndot befoeyo a anyone a f. Jo.' Bundget, realtor 4C SW Al. Ave 6-1.-127-c) sublet 2 bedrnm dsspiex turn nw set avoil hun. 12 turn l.'g rnm bedrms kitch Rouse plants 8 gorden privacy 125monthrnice ond thee. 372-1299 b-5* I130-p) cozy, efficiency op4 Great 2 b1k, Iron, campus Perfect I per.n $110 ryi + low Coil 377-5t03 oiler 6 b-St 13) HOUSE FOR RENT subN. for surnre, One block behind norman hel Beautiful old english tudor house $60 per no plus til 372-9499 (b-St-li)Sybl Icr summer. French Qr 2 6drm 1W bath, townhoUse Beouhdu view cir, pool. $200 no Ccli onyirne 377-7na3 come by opt 57 (b-I-3lSpacious 2 88, air condItioned, harnished mobil. home on large 104 very close to campus Pets allowed. $53W month. $50deposrt 377-0)49 (bIt-13k roommates wanted fail qi coil Laurel 392-7662 or Phllis 372-7248 kep trin or heave menooge b-3I-l3l9) one luxury hr. bedroom, op available or 377-B 6-I3-Ifl, ALL EN13 SIAS*DI All units, 2 N, fumnihed wih air Luxury Avalobe ta leese *hougl, Aug alt Prairie View Mobile Village 3MI I 373-3284 Avaiale new l.rilsioc. sublet 2 bed.rm -p unmverni-y garden, air pool semi furnished 155 non 373-fl. Beach completely furnished two pools r-e-aeh on roan, $50 w-ekend $2W.eek 373-5582 {b-3I-)29-p) Won aoqie aptfl he duck~ond, Sublet 2 6drm. unfurnished townhouse $IU0---, Av-ilable yS5 Coil 3flM fer 6 pm (b-.-129-p) Boautlfui lokeviow -2 bedreer. apottment unfgrnished-Siven. lake$flsh ofl rn-a o, 3fl-fl (b-IWO) liberal femnaJ. rOommate needed now own U 77ro. % utilfllee CAC close -o cfmpu. pr77Ui. (b.St-lW-p) AWOM FCW UtNT am ulrge modern s ac o s h u e next to VA o a r n coil ollerS5 afl-63 (b-2lf-lp quiet Conservative nmdle roomotes worstd to shoe sorrl "Cus. a, pt arrnacfey378--76760vetnlnos (b-5t-lW. 51.SET nmasevbedeon in 2 br brandywiene 1. 5-0pt IS furnished cc. renew lease poe', oc. wall to wall, dw, dias many more bob 377-W76 (bh-p) ~.MU. WANTED r.-omm-o 2 --mniror toilcoryghdndtfm opts poo-hoc.poo 7+)4 ofhat. Spao MI. cunrl (c-I "p) AL

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WANTED WANTED ,.arun .asnnsebl. perfin to reneot VS3-76 9John It-) Ia-p) F .nah b.,, needed f. 9n" to t 6. I tr gQ ts WmonVA 4 *.no vflmmfl own fwrred,.d g.e. g~ l Snmmrp to *" t n. +4ut CoP2 SiU G I-rc-f) cia flh i-. I tbe .ee -lr Sap, Weama#.h % k4Imo.te. no., welke;$Mden, Ihe vilhrg -i, coill 3w7 de' dupi,. dccci Cc-) IS' Romie -a Ste 2 him, hous, c .enced in y-. ner gacery. liquor mall tora .i.sn ie and beyond, 90 o nmon#'. 'eon M Vdefi. icon 3f 0@4 (c-S-U3p) TIAL GZiEt 373-flee dp 0$ p To, V6 9 I~p N.d 0 'oormfl* lot nntoir wn, 0Wln room rn *,out. Or -p wii i -fk ntth, c.m 27 *.oijnkeep. nseded Vondoys and fridays laundry d,.M.s 3hopp,ng se for tkigle mon 125 o p. weak ond 'reals So d.%endob.e a, don t i y 37l-92Y oftr 6 PM (e 2i 131 g take ehorlhond and Wyp. *hPed Some bookh.ping *.pen*nc. 20 r ,owrs 378-9327 .o2' 73? C) U of Flo bophornos a' lunior wHo hove dohn'i.Iy decided an n mor ond know who khfy wont to bo n.ded lo. reflerci, project eorn $3 *or '4 Het petic~paloc 'n study or, vocahorol dm'ssion nicking conlao urm MoLnme, ol 311 'ids hll onyhrnms on wednesday thursday o r iday ,,oy 7-9 .e S '29 o) K~lE MONEY WRIt,N in wpore i All topica Eaomn30 o $150 weekly S5an *niediaily details OMP Co 238FA Pdr.S. S.erk.vCA 9C704 Ce-)AUTOS -S %g elf, S., gpod conditon fl f92 S ick fin. 57pm a I.e e.,.ud. g-.tf e.S V.,.PS,.e.AC Lw t.hog. gpod ceodhe coll flaGng 19W IW. .,.f, o .,. dls., a.e with red -iy W Sno -e el. rAG. (,4-Ir amM PflMY CAR, 72 beid ,veri wee.pa a Sta bob. reS~al 2 -r bee stir, .chrst epe. O2-3046 .S. Ta jIfelas r -s.e --------9 I I II FREE I I IOUDYOI4RWWNOUIE ~1wmmm I I ace ~suw tarn LJhIB14t~~ ---JUW.UUV. 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In KA I 37747W9 (--19) well seed for A hel4y 7 week old, will the pera who cobk my bicycl whee .S' pMe ir, c behind fraeitly row pl. cult 324036 lOeibat ,td*0 s.r,. sal. ve,.jewelry stop -in ae endi S moaphwwaf 2'.-C. Open wk 10.S Sat l0t pselt I7 NW I7lth SI acres .mm .w.i -po eien Oro bool a S. u-i.0 1< 'Regard backbitlno a. grevious .*rei ah ei ofhe haw -h 1w. of it. lnu onw v ba h he and Soul -k.' VWhdeg (j-It-l3I-cI Gad lsne r-l. G04.o' V*itlng (g1-1 131.) e" bI''*w,4g,t |' iR.dC.s.W.e.,.,l.e w.l eod'l you -ycdd to swim In your Cfo'w. foclol belr fe4Bed pSrmewdni. Can MvmMd D~. Can VtW009 (i-frl-c) fler flu. GII-.IS) 2101 whwt9.5 leavn l) Wed nie mbak'OfS (rein $II par -im wo we. delvry IbJM*. 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S m 376-ae St 927 ci SERVICES books pe.odicol. icurnoftbeu.'d un., ',.<* wil pech up and deliver cdti engith bindery f rs etimrcf 1 73 -r pportfl, r esu met, and apahors noeural .s4le posivoift V7-0797 comnro icrk tudio 1219 wUn,, Ave rn-fl. Scubo dasssoning All suba Trail Cent. 34* Univ Ave 373 9233 ExmEaoCE 'PIS' Faot dcpendobl. s.jmes, stc 372-476J (mn-rPatronize People Who Patronize Us Rust of oil hey're Internsed In your busine or they wouldn't b. OdVWrIsIIM In Tho AlIgscor. Secondly. The Independens AMa AJUole Is supported olmos* enfimely by is odvrtIuIng. A. 1o'ng as our odveftmne suppodt us we con cOntinue to bec I re. didrbullcn newlpoper cit the Unlvernay ol Floda campus. Ouroadvwtlseit wW Continue to support USGaS long as you continue to upmo 0m. $o denif buy what you don't need and don't pay more tAan you should pay WUT, all other things being equal, shop with Ajigator adverias Paotroniz, people who pafrth@sk us. Florida Alligator S LE 155Mw tat nmi C. -Wfl tv Ch&4 V'#. 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Gators shoot for Regular season doesn't mean a thing 3y KEITH CANNON Aitga. Sped. Wrise A steady barrage of tennis balls came from the machine acrfms the net to UF tennis players Dave Pressiy and Jody Sta. The two Gator players returned groundstrokes to their metal adversny and rushed the net for volleys. "Move in! Move in! Don't stop running. That's the way," UP coach Bill Potter urged from. the clubhouse. ANOTHER ARDUOUS DAY of getting ready for the SEC tennis tournament had begun. With a 25-2 regular season record behind them. the UP netters have Tuacaicesso. their minds. "The 37th annual SEC tennis dhempionships at the University of Alabama today through Saturday provide the Gaters with their best chance in five years to take a fifh conferenc, title, It would be the first since the championships of '68 and '69. Tennessee won the title in 1970 and for the last rout years Georgia has been the winner. Last ytar the Gators finished second to Georgia in the dual match season but fril to fifth in the tourney. Potter doesn't want a repeat, but he feel. that Dan Magill's Athens Bididogs should be this year's pre-tournament favaritus. "I don't think that we should aspaciafly be favo.d," be said. "Although we won all the (SECQ dal matches, I. tinst-place finish), sonic of them -Potter were only by one or two points." Potter also said that Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee would make strong bids for the title. LWOKING flACK over the dual meet season. Potter said, "I thought we did real welL. We go up for the big ones. Maybe we could have saved some of the wins for the Cournasent." Indeed, both Potter and his players made the point that regular season records don't mean much come tournament time. "A kit of times you'll beat a guy in the dual match. and lose to him in the tournament." Potter said. "lT. teams are so close this year that almost anything could happen." He said that he felt his own tern was "a little stronger than we were at this point last yea." To win the title, the setters need to show those stmegths amthe earlyg50mg. Putter said. "Our single players will have to win their fins two uatdhes. If somebody loans I. the firs round, there arn too many otherdteams for us to slip in. If you don't win the first, you don't play th, stuod." THE PLATENg KNOW this as .tll as their coach dos. "It's a funny .t.namu t," said No. I -ige p-ye Juan DIaL. "It depand. a lot on how you play on one particular day." "To win would be nice for Ouscher (Jim) and -e (the sessions en the team)." Dlaxm aid. He said that the Galms should be favored to win but he hinted that there might be a little 5th SEC NO1 2 DMt USLgiY NO. 5 3KCHASD IS-Y NO. 1 JUAN COAZ NO. 4 CHAP uACNN more pause because of that. "Y. -iar kind of different as a hmodtle. A lot de hag, cmnhappm. but t feu we hmvethe best chance to WIl." Din's doubts partm. ad the No. 2 slugie. play., Davn Primaly, agrees. "I fedl like f'u playing muds better thIs year. but these net prmsune this year because we have a chance to win IL." Preuujy, who lost to Manusy DIa of Geougla title n ha No. 2 iabs I. 'aSt year's tourney, said that thIs year No. 2 "is mu. of the mas wIdeopin divdsons. 'f1ue -ar or five -r ab plays who could 1.n." Tmnu.tes Paul Vanih, who best PresS1y in th. dual muchb with th. Vods, sad Gedga'. Cud. Sen.h whamn Prudly beat In a tWO-4nd-8-haff Dicer baitl., will be major bSalds fee the UP (See 'Tenuis,' page 23.1 ---..~ -.-...-.--.* -.* .---. -~. *~ ----.----~ ---r WV ------. .-e -.* U .s .~. .e -* ** ~ ....a. -a. .~ S. .#eea. .~ ..U S *a I The Independent Florida Alligator r

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(Fron page 22) junor. NO.3 PLAYER John Kunnen agrees with his teamflltGS on cue point but not on another. "I dan't think the team will feet any prtssurt. We're JUNt gIng to go out and do our atff," he said. But he agreed that you can throw the 25-2 dul mudci rusd coat thu Wrindow. 1Te only thing we gain from matchas Is a look at their (opponaits') weakiwses. But there will be people that we heat in the dual matches that we might not beat on -ny edicr day." Two freshmen will play at the No. 4 and No. 5 posItions fir UP in the tourney. Chap Brown lost but two matches all season at No. 4, and naturally. he's satisfied with his performance. "l played pretty well." he said. "I figured anywhere three, four or the Anybody can have a Brown slated in the range of lass would be few letdowns." two. OK. takes nto T HE NO. S SINGLES player. Richard Healy, counts himseII as one of those who is playing a good game ol tennis now. "Pm hitting the ball all right at the moment. I don't know about hitting a peak. but that's what I'm hoping Iir His main concern personally ts the tournament draw. which determines his opponents. Healy joined the earn at midseason and did not play in all the SEC matches and thus will be unseeded. "I miight get a good draw even though k'm not seeded." he said. But right now that's Only a hope, he added. No. 6 player Jim Oescher is hoping too rot a better performance than he gave in fast year's tournawt" should have woo it last year. but I got beat in the first round," he said reluctantly. He probably summed it up best of all when he said. "it'sjust a do ordie situation, and we hope everybody does it.' near perfect championships --,,.,.,b. bo.I NO. 4 CHAP BROWN WORKS ON FCS4IAND RETURN wil'get'chanc to-a-en-'--g'ar--ea-on'lossag'in''^Ala-am ~~-4~~ CMomma.B Fusda' 3y NICK PUGLIESE lAnita.Sqart r W Nobody's perfect. and UFP tennis player Chap Brown would be the first to admit it. .After al., he did lose one regular tennis match in his three years of high school HE hsn'thad that kind of scesfor te Gago aettns he baa played wdl enough to be carendy uSeed samber four on the team. Brown has last only two matches this season. "I lost one bigh school match in three years. Of course. I knew the conmpetition would be much stiffer up here. 'There aft sonic great, quick players in the southeast," said the IS pear old freshman. "U'n don, pretty well this year. I thought I should have won against Mlabama. but the. again there was probably other pasthat I did win that I shaulS have lost," added the L.ake Worth native. BROWN STARTED playing tennis at age nine. and toc&klessons from atennis pro who lived down the street from him. His succesful bigh school cuteer climaxed during his senior year when he finished linst in the conference and district competition. and finished in the top four in the state tournament. He had a few scholarship off.r, but he chose UP becausehe liked Coach Potter and the other player. on the team. ACCORtDING TO Brown. the highlight of the past season was the big victory over Georgia. "lTe win over Georgia has to be the bigh point of the season. Now, the blggest thing is to wilt the SEC (Southeastern Conference title)." he said. Brown sees a bright future tor UP tennis as Ion. as the recruitment keeps up. "NEXT YEAR, we'll be wough. We're only losing two players. Of course. it will be hard to replace Juan IDiat, the number one seed). Jim Oecher has won all his matches this year. It will depend a lot oji rcrultlng, he noted. Brown said that he would like to turn professional someday ifhe got the chance. "It all depends on how mudh I improve. Thate are so many great players around today." he explained. Chap Brow. may not be perfect. but, as long as he keeps on playing the Way he can, who cafes? -I T HE DE ADL.INE FOR SUBMITTING SG SG CABINET S SUBCABINET POSITIONS, AND UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES, WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL THIS FRIDAY, 5 ~~'~< $1 p 9fr~ptCP .6~ p 5IO'~~' -'I 6 r are j) ~ --r tVflJJASJJAA* ar#h~ Is -. tAint ~aIt~ It ii F r~r~ 'VI 'a ~Aw I Tennis 4I~ CABINET APPLICATIONS APPLICATIONS FOR |HAS BEEN EXTENDED PM lh. Ind.p9ndet SM. AMigetor, Thu.de. My &, IWOg. N.g 2

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UF puts Eckerd under card arrest, ac 15-12 By MAIIK JOHNSON A'"g'po's Wris"t So you think baseball is boring, do you? The I00or so baseball diehards who stuck around to see the Gators defeat Eckerd College 15-12 Wednesday afternoon pro bably ft It th. same way -through eight innings. WITWI TUE GATORS leading 11-4 going into the ninth. you probably couldn't have made.a better investment than to bet that UF would come out with an easy victory. But holy heart attack. Eckerd sent 12 batters to the plate that inning, and by the time the third out had finally been recorded, Eckerd had a 12-Il lead. The Gators, however, were not to be outdone. DAVID RASSELL walked to open the bottom of the inning, and Keith Mororoft followed with a bunt single to put the winning run on base. Greg Hiestermian struck out on three foul bunts, but David Bowden grounded a game-tying single into right field to bring up Jim Joine, with two ,en on. Joiner responded by slamming a I-C slider over the right field fence for his seventh home run of the year and the TEl GATORS no 21-22 overall and 5-9 in the Southeastern Conference, travel to Vanderbilt this weekend for a Friday doubleheaders and a Saturday single game. Gator starling pitcher Mike McCarthy opened tile ninth with a single and a walk, and was replaced by Craig Pippin. Pinch hitter Anthony Cetntracehio singled hunt a run, and a walk loaded the bases. Kevin Wattersmi grounded an RB! single to make the score 21-6, and Willie Smith can,. on in relief of Pippin with the bases loaded. After striking out his lirnt batter. Smith walked Scott Kirby on 3-2 to force in Eckerd's seventh rn and reload the bases. THE FIST pitch to Andre. Westervelt got away frmm catcher Joiner, who then threw the ball away trying to nail the runner racing ha from third as two runs scored. Westervelt walked, and W ayne Politelli followed with a line single to left. UFI*n Medcr Sod Mnnlte allowed the baNl to scoot under his glove, and two runs scored to tie the rnme. Bruce Baker thai became the fourth UF pitcher of the nnnmg, and his first pitch was bunted for a perfect wuield. squeeze play es Politelli scored Eckerd's go-ahead run. Baker. however. retired the next two battens to end the inning and set up the Gatorn Hollywood-style comeback. Cesare 4th becomes cage signee Malcolm Cesare. 6--9 prep 'tandout from Long Island, is the fourth University of INTR ANIJEALS fhe deadline for signing up for men's independent handball has been extended to today Contact the IM office. 22q Fla. Gym. 3920581. At the fraternity swim meet Monday afternoon. SAE took first place in the Orange League. with ATO and DX in second and third places. In the Blue League. TX swani their '.ay to victory. SN was second and PKT third. tThere t illS: be Fa fse Field. All inteuetd persons are invited to compete. For more information about this dlub. contact Ron Zomora,. 392-0540. The IM department is looking lbr a student to do engraving on tropiiies and plaques. Contect the IN! office. Dormitory softball begins ioday. Teams should pick up their schedules -in the IM office. Florida basketball signet fbr '975Cesare. who played on an America all-star team against the Russian National Junior leamn last week, is from Holy Frinity Higb School in Hicksvylle. LI. HE LED his teem to the CHSAA state finals and scored 38 points in the state title game. [his past season he averaged 23 points and 12 rebounds per game. Cesare joins a list of signers which includes 6-7 Steve Porter of Akron. Ohio. 6.7 Aaron Bryant of Miami Jackson ano 6-4 junior college iransfer Len Sanders of Fort Mylene Edison Community Bryant. center from Jackson High in Miami. tasn a -second teanm All-State suenwtin ibis year and 'as named to the All-Dade county leanm. He averaged I9.7pigms per leame under coact Jike Caildtcel and led hlS team to the sensa-finals of the state 4A playoffs this season atuh a 28-S record. Jackson iwon the state title in 1974 ith a 33-0 slate. L Scuba Tank Sale LAST DAY AS ,EN'S AQIMTIC AND TRIL ir'm -sW.m Aondav-Itv10-7 V34233y9+ r FISK SPECIAL SIII Velvet Sword Toils Woglolt Patys .. Painted Swords Mixed live bearers Feeder Fish Brick Swords Mixnd plotys. .-. 3-1.00 .3-1.00 .3-1.00 .41.00 .10-1.00 .....3-1.00 ---.-1.00 10 OA L STA RTER SE T INCLUDE: tank, gravel, filter, pump, tubing, floss l gol tank 20 g.1 tank 29 gal tank ...$4.50 ...$10.95 ..$15.95 a ococ WHILE sumy SASIS I Pt.rJMbws L 351 NW temb S 376-R EEFI p -a S--.. O&.wSndweebl 20 t.S.1&bt II,19y5. Thisdb ccl ad the Eolow~q Knuuul ,urnnw AVENUE LawSa. 3 P 'STRIVE' -Nort U L .9' .ini. L" ,,. 9 .0 1433 WEST UNIVERSITY -a



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$2,000 gas laser stolen from UF A ~ I 15cr alued 'C nearly $2.LXX) x.'~ Molen tron~ he FngIrIeerInj~ Scwn.e~ blihidiuM tiver the ~eekend. according o Jim Shuler University Police Dtpartnicnt (LJPD) in formation officer. Shuler said the theft ~.as reponed to IIPO by Ilarty Stroud. *ho 'aid he secured the room containing ~he laser at b p.m Friday and discovered it stolen at 8 an,. Monday. ACCORDING TO David Williams, a professor in the engineering science departineni, the laser is not powerful, but could cause eye damage in the hands of a careless operalor W Iliam~ said I he I.i~e,~ uwd br (he iemon~cracion ot optical phenomena. IFs beyond ne why anyone' "ould '.ant '0 steaL I. he said. SHULER SAID here were no signs of breed entry at the went of the theft, but that latent fingerprints were found on the stand .here the laser stood, and on the duct tape securing the laser. Shuler added that several people have keys to the rcoin where the laser was stored. The Independent Florida Itch shed by toap~. Comnunicoons Inc Go n.vll. Flondo No, ofliciolly og.oc.t.d wit, 91, University otFlortdo L THURSDAY NAYS, 1975 VOL. 67, NO.130 UF preparing for lump sum funding Dy SFUAfl EMNNIcU A~, Slat WiSe With hump sum Ihndlag hr tIme state unlynkle "IN ~ a miSs" hr next yet. Ul~ officials Matted the p.m. of dealing with the increased flexibility Wedn~ay. Th. Florida Hun. of Representative ap1wond the funding change -a part of a 1250 millIon allocation to the Educational and Carnal (E&43) budget of the Stat. t '-S. The U pnce you pa t$,t. University System. TUE EDUCATION subcommittee of the Senate Way. and Menu committee also approved the lump sum funding concept in its appropriations bill passed Wednesday. The full senate Is expected to pass the funding method. UP President Robert Q. Marston said the flexibility created by lump funding "it the single most important thing to be done hr the universities.*' INSTEAD OF itemizing each allocatacs, the change will allow the universities to transfer funds fron, within the 5W budget to meet special needs caused by a tight budget year. UP Executive Vice President Hatold Hanson puedleted that will be a "lot of wgging and pulling" In the budget p.". ~ college and department thkklng they en hater use hinds apprupriad elsewhere. He added the lump sum flexibility will produce new challenges (in using funds 4 fectiveiy)tluatwebetterbeableto face upto." TUE STATE SCHOOLS will have almost total freedwn with the E&G budget a allocating funds, but there wilt be scene restrictions o the salary rates. A House bill stats that the average facuky pay rate cannot exceed 523.772; the cast service employ. rate cannot exceed 15,441; and the admInistrative and professiwial rate cannot exceed 516,255. The bill *3w stipulates that no employs can be given a pay increase. unles, they are promoted. Lump sum funding was also approved foe the Institute of Food and Agleultural Sciences budget. 532 million. and the l.HWIs Milk. Health Ceuts budget, $19.6 .11th. UP Vice h~a he A~&. MtaAn Robert Bryan said budget homing for each of it. college would bqh I. abcs two nuts and the deans .bonld be pr.pned to discus how they would use any flexIbIlIty given to them. Fall apartment rates to increase due to rise in non-electric utilities By FRANK RINELLA Mflgater SlaM WiSer Apartment rental rates for fall quarter will increase an average of 110 to $15 a month over last fall prices, due to increased costs in water, sewage and maintenance. Profit from electric rates formerly made up the deficit In treating water and sewage, Mary Anne Smith. Regional Utilities Board (RUB) Consumer Services representative said. "It (water and sewerage treatment bills) was depending -the electrical side of bills to pay for it and it was always in the red. Smith said. UNDER TIER NEt structure, a flat rate of I~ cents per l.~ gallons of water plus a 51.50 service charge detet-minesthe water bill. The old structure had a six level sliding scale for large consumers. Under that structure, a minimum rate of 53.70 was chpged for every 4.0W) gallons used. For the "us 16*0 gaI~.S0 cans was charged for every l.UOhuIheswd. After *0W gallons. 47 cents was cb~i. for every IOD gallon .med. In addition a water hike. RUB has started cbaraW~ for mev~bss~,. .piflrqS Thu AV~ ,unI lacing. per apartniern should be around LID. Smith said. Eighteen of 30 apartment complexes polled by the Alligator said that their water and sewagebillahadyoneupat least ISOpercent. They also said that increased maintenance costs were forcing rests to n.e. Randy Greene. resident manager of the French Quartet and Village Park and the Gainesville Apartment Association president, said water and sewage rates have more thait doghied, foe Isis eseiples "MY LATEST water end sewage bill is 53.2W. Ott bills used to be aiciad SlSfl Greene said. Greene said he expects to pays Slated 125.000 in water and sewage Sb ca the neat year. Twenty-five of 30 complexes polled will be breed to raise .ents. An average increase of 130 for un*n4shed and 515 for furnfled apartments will go Into effect. Of apmnmeiws polled, the average moqiuly vans weiw as follows: -bedroom gafqarnlshed. 5365; furnished 1350. two bedroom one bath waftiruiuimed. 1215t*r

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N,. 2.1%. tn&~n&g4 N.M. MlIar. Th.sd.y. Mq 6. 1976 Legislature okays stiffer gun use sentences TALLAHASSEE Ha. (IWD-The Senate ignored warnings today the state will have to spend 550 million for new prisons and agreed with the House that judges should be fatted to sentence crinuinuls using fining to at least three years in jail. The Senate approved for the second time a measure by Sen. Jim Gliso. R-Eustis. setting a three year minimum sentence for murder, sexual battery, robbery, burglary and other major crimes if "a firer. ordsructlvedence is used. It accepted a major amendnuemt added by the House which appro.'ed the bill last week prohibiting judges froni withholding adjudicatio, or sumnding the sentence because. according to Glisson. Lawyers and judges have been making their deals and running the country." The Senate struck manslaughter from the firearm crimes getting the minimum sentence and made other changes. so the bill (5355) goes back to the House. The crucial fight. taking up about two hours, was over whether judges should have discretion to withhold adThursday capsule Sea-borne evacuees pull into Asian ports SUBIC BAY, PHIUPPINES (UPD-A 'ghost fleet" of South Vietnamese Navy ships steamed into pat Wednesday jammed with refugees. Dow of fishing boats and merchant vessels loaded with Vietnamese evacuees straggled into other Southeast Asian ports. The 24 navy ships. now under the command of American officers, were tRue last big wacue conwy to arrive at the American navel bas, ft.t Urn South ~iaa S. where the t7.al S.fl .mvatto. floe Visas, was staged. The 20.~ refugees aboard due fiotWa were immediately zr.n.hnd to six waiting U.S. merchant vessels for passage to Gus,,. Elsewhere, ships seamed into ports in Malaysia. Guam and Thailand. Forty-six ships of various descriptions were anchored off Singapore alone. Vagrants ask Ford to declare them refugees SACRAMENTO. Calif. (UPD-The vagrants on the city's skid row want President Ford to designate them as refugees and build a tent city -he has done for arming Vietnamese. "Tent cities look beautiful to us." said Richard Young. 37, an unemployed field hand. "If we could get a tent city and a field kitchen, wed be all at" Young. who describe himself as "a firs-rate tramp and proud." said: We do&t resent the refugees. but the American people should be for the American people first" Young said a group of skid row raldauts -t Ford a telegram Tuesday. asking for help. It read: "We art without wart. luousIng.medlcal care and hod. We an as eligible (or welfare and we -meting the same federally supported aid being given to Vietnamese dauffiud as judication of guilt or suspend sentence in the cases of youthful offenders or other unusual circumstances. Call this foolish rehabilitation and bleeding for the people '.l.o violate the law. The people on the street are not going to put up with it." said Senate President Dempsey Barton. D Panama City. "We didn't realize the court can withhold adjudication of guilt after the jury finds him guilty, the House cqght ~ error. Its lame to fish or cut bait, whose SIde Sit yOu on. the criminal or the law abiding citizen?" Sen. Buddy MacKay D-Ocala. estimated thai the state .ould have to spend 550 million to provide more prison space and judges. Prosecutors and defenders with the appeals eoug~ load doubling or tripling. Ford will ask for GI Bill cuts WASHINGTON(UPDIn -act niarking the end of the Vietnam era. President Ford Wednesday canceled some wartime benefits and asked Congress to eliminate the Cl Bill's education program for future service-en. Service connected death and disability benefits continue in full lowe. And in a message less than happily recehed by Congress. Ford asked the lawmakers to end Cl bill education benefits for those entering the rice July I or late. Almost everyone who has saved in the military sInce 1940 has beat eligible for the GE bill's payments to offset the oat of -education. More than IS million men ha,'. take. advantage of the benefits and they will cot $4.2 billion, this year. AlthoughFord called due Cl bill "a wartime benefit." Congress in 1967 voted to extend the benefits to peacetime soldiers who saved bet~.ten the Korean and Vietnam wars. Press Secretary Ron Nessen said Ford's aenwi signals "~he end of the Vietnam era." But the decision may have started a new war between Congress and the White House. Veterans benefits get pre*rred treatment in Congress since they are knows to be excellent tote rttws ad the various veterans groups an powerfkal lobbyists. In a statement handed reporters by Nesawi. Ford said his actions will not affect benefits of the 7 millIe. men and women who saved in the Vietnam War or who stiU serve hi the amid Ibrees. ninloinaTmm cut *avorworllm.' veffims benefit Early consumer bill action seen WASHINGTON (UPU -Legislation to create a eginsintier protection agency began what may be a swift course through the Senate Wednesday when backers stepped in to head off a repeat of the filibuster that killed the plan last year. As foes of the idea warmed up another attack. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield announced petition to cut off debate on the bill would be filed Senate that a Friday. ibis year, with President Ford already expressing opposition to what he considers an unnecessary addition to the federal bureaucracy. Senators opposed to the bill had not planned a filibuster as such. But Sen. James Allen. D-AIa., reportedly telephoned Sen. Abraham Ribicoff. 0-Couun., a main supponeroithe bill. Tuesday night toteli him an ail-out filibuster was planned. Orighafly. Allen and odin foes of the spicy had not planned to filibuster because the recent change I. Senate rules made it easier to cut off debate' Backers of the bill beliac the ndescfuange. plus the new faces in the Senate since last fall's Section. will make it easy to end the talk and get to a tuccessfijl vote. The House passed similar Iqistatlo. last year but it is still at the hearing stage then this par. Scsi. John Tower, R-Tex. said Wednesday the legidatlo. as an 'utter atrocity" that would "proliferate the bureaucracy. impede the admlaistratle law process, dog our courts. disrupt the free market system and cam untold economic damage." Allen. in a prepared Sensate speeds, called for removal front the bill of an exemption icr Isbor matters. Cuba ties inevitable: McGovern HAVANA (UPI)-Seu. George Mc(kn said Wednesday that he sand Cubans leaders have a feeling dual the ioratuon of diplomatic relations with due US I. InevItable and tRust he is taking It up directly with Premier Fidel Castro. McGovern and Castro adueduled a meting hr late Wednesday night to dines what McGovern called subsash. issues In U.S.-Cubaa relations following a surprise get-acqusbneed session Tuesday night. McGovern. flS.D. told a -cestuema he had spent an hour with Castro Tuesday night during which cads had a diana to siz, the other. The mar. has been outqacb. In bra, of mImIng normal MIMI., with Cuba's commwnls govermeat attired in Havana Monday -a four day visit a Cats's lslt*das. Paijoqip $w,.#e~whu pq~'pnIpp us The Independent Florida Alligator LAr ASp SEP a -~ an e swain ntmmu MW nfl a a as. -a b.tlfh Vt ma "a 'a. f'se ~ .a.s. d c.-es C. -a ~ w.~ a a Mv. ~ A .~ fl a Sflna Saw .d.

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I Th. lnd.paud.n~ ReelS. Mugs.,. Thund.y, M.y U. 1915, P.g.3 Schools may get increase Dy DIDDlE DENT AiNpes. Se Wit. A Senate Ways and Means subcommittee on education has added 523 mIllion to Go. Reubin Askews proposed 2975-76 budget for the state university system. However, the increase might not survive %ctutiny by the full committee tonight. The entire university system -including all nine universities, two medical centers and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS)received an appropriation of $363 million front the subcommittee. ERNIE Lilt, legislative aide for subcommittee chairman Sews. Robert Graham. 0Mimi, said the figure reportS by the subcommittee Tuesday night 'tre 523 million highs. than the governor's recommendatIons and 56.5 million mon than the House Appropriations bill, which passed Tuesday, gives the university system. The education subcommittee, headed by Graham, refused to cut its proposed budget for higher education despite mutruct on. from Senate President Dempsey Bunco, DPanama City, to reduce budgets for all state agencies by an ovwall cute per cent. Graham. and Senate Way. and Means Committee Chairman Bob Saunders, I)Gaisteavilie. decided the subcommittee would "not only not reduce (the SUS budget), but increase It (over the governor's mmmaidatlon)." LItz said. TU3 SUDCOMMIflErS proposed SUS budget will have to be approved by the full Ways and Means Committee tonight before goIng to the mate floor for debate. Of the 5363 million. SlOtS million will come from (rut fund. of which the prl.clpal scum of Iqom. Is tuWos ha Another 5247.2 nullIlS will come out of general revenue (mostly state sale tax), and federal revenue sharing contributes 510 million. According to Chancelor-deslgnate ET. York. the subcommittee repon otri the university system significantly more than the governor" does. ASKEW'S PROPOSAL budgeted S229 million for the SUSs massive education and general purposes, while the senate put 5251 million in the E&G budjte:. The recently-passed House appropriations bill gives slate universities $23.4 million more for E&G purposes than the governor recommended. For WAS, the senate subcommittee allocated $33 million, or 52.4 million inert than Askews budget. York said. The house version added 52.2 million to the governors recommendations tbr WAS. TIlE J. HILLS Miller Health Center received $19.5 million for E&G purposes armd 123.6 million for the Shands Teaching Hospital according to the senate sub~ committee allocations. As in the house appropnation. the senate proposal would hand the university system its money in a lump sum rather than fund each item in the budget separately. "Lump-sum tending will let us do more with less (money). Regent Chairman Marshall Criser said. The funds will be assigned to the Board of Regents. who will delegate responsibility for allocating the sums to cad, of the nine university presidents. Getting funds in a lump sum instead of line item budgeting will enable the universities to transfer available funds from within the E&C budget to other areas which have been hard hit by the tight fiscal year. MARSHAL CRISS funds will 6. osalgnod Ic esgeitIs No known cure for disease Lethal yellowing disease makes coconut trees'future questionable Dy DEAN JONU ANpuu, S~Wugu They poke the SCIStIS Florida sky like a quarter million barns telephone pole, no longer bearing any resemblance to the picture Postcards and photos in the "come to Florida" brochures. And more of them are dying. MANY OF FLORIDA'S estimated one and a half mUll., coast palms -falling pay to "lethal yellowing." a mystadokis dbase with unknown a mug sad no cmv. Ri disease. which llturafly cause covent palms, to 611 apart. Is spreading steadily up the florida peninsula. The first signs of the disease are dropping of the tree's coconuts and blackening of the seed sheaths and flowers. Next, the palm fronds yellow and drop. Finally, about three months later, the trunk dies. COCONUT PALMS grow only in the southern half of the utfle. bid yellowing also cast Infect numerous other varieties of paints which grow statewide. Beginning first in Key West 20 years ago. yellowing has since crept up the keys and infected South Florida. No., the bottom fourth of the state is battling the disease. So is UPs Institute of~ Food and Agricultural Science (WAS). Operating on a special legislative appropriation and a federal pant. IFAS researchers have so far discovered that antibiotics can be injected ~tito tree' slowing the wly tymptoes of lowina~~~bitely postpone death. dditlonal grant money Item the legislature this year. may provide the support that will eventually provide he cure for lethal yellowing. Dr. Sherlie West, IFAS Assistant Dean research said researchers still "don't know the cause" of yellowing, but said insect counts around affected trees and other techniques may lead IFAS to the culprit. "We have noticed low levels of a mycoplasma. or bacteria-like organisnV' in electron-microscope scans of affected tree tissues, West said. IN TUE MEANTIME, the Florida Department of Agriculture is injecting tetracycline antibiotics Into large nunibers of trees to slow the disease down. "Injection results (delay.) the disease for about six months. and so hr we have been able to keep trees alive foe two yeas." Wa said. The tetracydine dSay tactic may k.p n alive even long. but sin the treatinut is only 1w ~n old, ,scha. elM ban M waft and -If that's pestle. The antibiotic injections can only save trees in the early stages of the disease, though and removal of diseased trees to control yellowing has proven "too monumental task,' West said. If a cure is not found foe yellowing. it is conceivable that at could spread throughout the state and even infect local palms. West said. S Whistle campaign draws enthusiastic response By JANET PARK Align. StE Wit. All 1200 SC "Stop Rap." whistles were given out to Il F women by 3p.m. Wednesday and "people "ere still coming up to ask us for iltont," according to SC Director of Women's Affairs Cindy Shelenberger. The table set up tbr distribution at the Plaza of the Ame*us ran out of its supply of 4Uby2p.m. 'tUE 1. WAYNE. *EITZ Union dht$bwlion point ran out nund 3 p.m., Slscilhuberger repqnsd. assd be Sorority Row catloncuulyhad.fewleft at4 p.m. Slidlenbeqm said she was turprised at the number of taft women .ho came to claim a whistle and th. light-weight string to. wear it on. 'Nune free the U. Hills Miller) Health Center called me and said they seine wand to ~slk to their curs at night." she said, noting that the health center puking Is had been tIm acute of several raps. moW WOMEN PLANNED to keep the whistle by the p#ioee, since thy had bee. bothered by obscene phone calls, she added. Shelleuherger said the "Stop Rape' campaign received enthusiastic comments from the wan who stopped to get a whistle. .". b. ~'.* %V& 'I .9 e,, "People were saying, they wished we had started it scone." ShE&nbarger said. "'flEET ALSO SAID we should start working on getting mire ligMts around the dark areas of campus," she said. Shellenberger warned students about playing games with the whistles. "I hbpe I never hear the sound of one because It will inea~ acme woman is being raped on this .campsq.~ $bqflJd. Vewyfe men grid tb*ba4st rheodbg a whistle tree the w6ataa disitch, them. Shellabeer said nmaInmly answa~i0wqdw SG-, photo by b jaded whums were only ~r wee. the psesthi ile$Ims of ape. UF vet hospital building begins Ground breaking ceesmonhes for UF ZII. veterinary school In the United Stats, It teterinaryschoolwillbe ftjd May I7at 20:30 wE han two din~~~g sin4l animal am. am the IIn&c% Shut. -. ~JlScandahusecbtwhIdawlllWreadyto Conmuissoner of Agkshs. Doyle E. bejin operations by the fall of 1976. Conner. State University System Chancellordesignate. ET. York and UP President The hospital is being built first because Roben 0. Marston. will be among the state according to the pinflner of the vateelnary officials a: the ceremony. school. Dr. Cbaulss ComndIua~ "A pod two Ti. 18,24 lAD) nqW will only be the yearsisiwdsdS~ayI4cIeatuIflWh -,u I;, I ** .er.flin.saaaaaat*.4.A~Atat -'I i~~' so that we can make it a -teaching hospItaL~ "later on," Cornelius said, "cb.auocin space will be added and fiN opentlog. v.111 cowman." Dtae to the initial lack S ups. 6* 40 students will he aceqtS b tk Squats Approxlmatel~ SOI*UdUUIS'U be whs~ the ached I. i~~* If 4. .4 .9 'I

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lb. I.d.n.d.w IteM. MlI1eg.t. Thund.y, M.y I t975 UF actors cheer hospital kids fl I S photo by john momn A FRIENDLY VISIT by the Florida Players ~r TO sponsor ~unIand event UP students in cooperation with Sunland Training Cater will spouse the District Special Olympics this Saturday at The florid. Track. Children from the Sunland Training Center will compete in various track and field events. Admission is free and the meet will start at 9 a. m. fly LEANNE SOUCEK Alligator Staff Write Dougie grinned and giggled from his hospital bed. 'He hasn't said a word for days!' said the nurse happily, and she smiled too as indian' Christine Tudor hey'aheyed' around the yellow hospital room. AS TUDOR DANCED around the Shands pediatric ,.ard. she changed. It rain dances can bring rain, they can do anything, Dougie. and tonight when we go back w our tee-pets. we're going to do magic Indian dances till you're all well Dougie was one of the many patients in the Shands Teaching Hospital pediatric ward enthralled by the antics of seven cast members from Florida Players' children drama Once there was. An Adventure in Make Relieve,' THE ElF ACTORS and costume designer confirmed the proverb laughter is the best medicine' on Monday when they smuggled authentic Oglala Sioux Indians. the three Billy Goats Gruff, and Princess Dark from heir costume department onto the pediatric wards of die Shands hospital. The fairy-tale creatures wandered from room to oom lighting the eyes of young children in bed, on crutches and in wheel chain, Their destination was the 7th floor play morn decorated a bright yellow MM~ sprinkled with merry green and purple carousels. The play-room" became indeed a play too-, as the east performed -impromptu version of the "Three Billy Goats Gruff.' wowNc AGAINST tremendous oddsthere ~tas no bridge in the small room for the goats to Irittrap" across, only the Big Billy Goat Gruff character ~.as played by its original member (John Dunlap). and the nasty troll was garbed as a witch doctor'IhC players managed to '.in over the crowd of about 20 children. Most of the children seemed w like the Indians best. Even Weylatid.' who before the performance cried. I wanna go home, I want my niomma!" was shouting Howwww"' when the witch doctor troll begged for someone to each him to say hello in Indian. A precocious, bespectacled child named John was almost as excited with Chief Blue Thunder as he was when, before the performance, his father told him he would be leaving the hospital on Tuesday. ONE LI'rrLE GIRL carressed the feathers of theOglala Sioux costumes and was ecstatic when an Indian asked, 'Do you want to keep Since Cindy Dtiffln, the costume designer is an Indian nut." the costumes were quite authentic. Hand-woven blankets, handstrung necklaces, moccasins headdress. and skins all looked as it they had just been stolen from a reservation. Ideas hr other costumes used in the play came fran children at the PlC. Your school. "I had no Idea that so many children thought of the rain as. cloud un;il I looked at the 5th grades' drawings." Duffin said. CUIISTIflE TUDOR said the idea for the hospital performance came to her whet she was working in the ShaMs eye clinic. We jus asked the costume deparinient it ~e could wind up' the weeks plays with a rip o the hospital and they consented ~o we ~amc, she said. When asked if she thought laughter wa~ he best medicine, Student Nurse PP. Choyt; laughed. 'It sure helps." she said. John Dunlap. (Big Billy Goat Gruffl J-. ''I think it's great for the kids to set enertainnlcnt n'ore than just once a ~ Christmas). I used to work at a hospual and know how tiresome it can be to stay Ibr weeks jrid weeks-especially lbr children" he ~ad The actors were Julie Zimmerriijn Susannab Gilbert, John Dunlap, Jerry Dickey, Christine Tudor. Done Arnold, Sara Ochs, and the costume designer was Cndy Dviii ii. p6mb by l.h~ mo.on WHO'S IltAl? pedloirk palleutis get specIal guests i tI CAMPUS LIFE '75 REMEMBER US FOR \yQ~~ SCHOOL NEEDS. TOWERS BRANCH (sERvIcE COMPLEX) BRCWARD SI-lOP (BASEMENT) UNION SHOP (GROuND FLOOR) MEDICAL BOOKSTORE (sEcor.c noot) CAMPUS SHOP & BOOKSTORE LOCATED IN THE a HUB .p .* -. ~ (A 0~ 0' 'P "Si Thats win we shorts the dMa. -wig dMana cab within flastia What you di.! it younglf, yma an wE any ujuim m th~sabra flaNhmbTharp dZNa minute It~a way eonmmcul way to pta Ict clog. to your hmB~ flhub. h*v or any combination themi ScuD jem SI b .-i ti-'' tt .'zj*.,., I I r I (

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~n. 4. lb. I wadnt N.M. MII.r. Thond.y. M~ 8, 1975 Regis trotion for summer starts May 13 By JOANNE KOHL Alligator Staff Writer Advanced registration br all ~udents attending 'umnier quarter will be held horn I ue~day. May 13 co Friday, May 16. in the basement ot I gert Hall. Pat Dovell. assistant registrar officer. ~atd (he schedule ol classes will be available in the basement ofligert Friday, May 9. Appointment for registration have already been sent to students who indicated thby will be returntng lot summer quarter. I)ovell said. ANY STUDENTS WHO wish to register br summer quarter, hut were not given an appointment. should conisot the Registrars Office. Advanced registration is held for students currently registered at UF. Registration for students returning or entering LJF will be held Friday, June 20, in the basement of ligert Hall. Early registration appointments for ball quarter have not been sent out yet. Dowel1 said. Fall registration for students currently enrolled at Uk but who wilt not be attending summer quarter. will be held from Tuesday. May 20 to Friday. May 23. Course schedules for tall will be available in the basement of tigers on Friday. May 16. JAMES BURNS, associate director of Planning and Anaysis. said I 2.500 students are expected to enroll for summer session (his year. Last year. 11.079 students registered br sumn~er quarter There arc wo countervailing pressures on our prOjectiOn ot summer enrollment thus year. There is an unusually high proportion of freshmen and sophrnores registered this spring quarter. liiis group students usually skips summer session, Burns said. Ihis large number of underclassmen would tend to depress the estimated enrollment figure. he said. however, the job market Icxks so bad this year that a higher enrollment in summer session is cxpecwd.' Burns said. For coordination SG restructures cabinet overlaps By LESLIE GOLAY Alligator Stat wgs. A restructuring of the Student Government cabinet will coordinate the activities of SG cabinet functions and university committees when the areas of jurisdiction overlap. Dan Lobeck. vice presidentelect of the student body, said. tobeck will be taking applications for cabinet, sub-cabinet and university committee positions until Friday. when he will be sworn Into office. LOBECK SAID many cabinet functions overlap university commltteeftinctlonsiujurlsdiction.but under the new system studaits can present united front on issues. 1ts also a better way to keep up with the level of activity of student menibers -university committees.' Lobeck said. Faculty and students comprise university commIttees. which deal with student related areas and make net.mendatlons directly to UP President Robert 0. Marston. The cabinet is part of SC's executive branch, which makes proposals for ret,., and service projects. Vice President for Student Affairs Arthur Sandeen said he was In favor of more effective coordination in terms of the university committee pwctii.' Lobeck said he will he asking for more information from each applicant for cabinet and committee posts than past vice presidents have. Applicants must put down how many houn they plan to take throughout the tern. how many hours per n.k they are willing to put into the job and they must remain in sebool during rite summer. An applicant can also indicate hO other areas outside of cabins director positions they may prefer to work on. Lobeck ~ThS new application processni wilt be a lot more work. bulb till mitas we win get activists on tht cabinet coatmkt.m." Lobed explained. TONIGHT IS LADIES NIGHT THECONNECTION LOUNGE Listen to the mound of SOUTHPAW and remember. LADIES LADIES DRINKS FREE 75 cents ALL NIGHT DON'T FORGET OUR HAPPY HOUR MON-FRI 5-8 PM FREE POPCORN NO COVER MON-WED Friday & Saturday $1 Cover 3500 SW. lath St. 377-2776 'ON SIVEdS ARM LAitY TOPS Et~OTTOMS SALE SALE PANTS Tisr 8 JEANS VAIUUTO$K I BUY ONE Pt. GET ANOThE rot NOWLoWAS 00 'N $299~< .2:> 3~1nhser~t C i'tiov I I 1629W. UNIVEUSNY a OPEN 9-9 S

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Th. lnd.p.nd.n* ScM. Alt Igs.r, Thu,.d.y. May 14975. ~r ~ Commissioners approve wiring ordinance By LINDA WISNIEWSKI Aiilpwr Staff Writer Alachua County Commissioners approved a new ordinance tuesday that would govern the exterior wiring ol mobile homes. The ordinance ~(ates the service box of a mobile home must provide I~) amps of electricity instead of the presently required 75 amps. Commissioner Perry McGriff said. THE ORDINANCE, which will take effect in 10 days. was adopted to prevent unsafe electrical wiring of mobile homes. McGrifl said. Although the new ordinance will take effect in the unincorporated areas of the county. Wed like ro encourage the city of Gainesville and other areas to do the same thing, he said. The owners of the mobile homes can install the electrical wiring themselves, but they must first obtain a permit from the Alachua County Holding Department. THE WIRING MUST be approved by the .i(li~~lflI~trdIl't iuhorui~ U he building department belorc clectricuy can be connected according to the ordinance Violation ol he ordinance s a misdemeanor, [he county conmi~sion atM, voted to Lccome a member of the Macbin County Aspinwall c By MICHAEL BRADLEY Alliptor Staff WdI.r Sen. Art A~pinwaIl was elected Student Senate President Tuesday night by a unanimous vote of the enate. succeeding exPresident Kevin Maione. Sen. Sue Cline was unanimously elected President Pro-Tern, succeeding Sen. David Cardwell. IN OTHER ACTION, the senate passed on first reading a proposed constitutional amendment which would lower to I S per cent the required percentage of voter tom-out in a I e.iI~ue nit ric~ durir~ hc I iesdd~ niecling "MOST OF THE ditterence~ h~ii exist het.~een units of local government ire due to a lack ot communication ~ hich ~\ould iiiprove if the county commission pained the League of Cities, commission chjirrnan Jack le cted senate constitutional amendment referendum. Ihe constitution now requires at Least 25 per cent of the student body to have voted In the referendum and of that a two-thirds majority is needed to ratify the amendment. Set, Anthony Lombardy. the bills sponsor. termed the amendment a moderate and judicious (proposal) ~o make our constitution more amenable 10 change. IF THE PROPOSAL passes second reading next week it will be presented to the student body as a constitutional amendment in a referendum next fall. I )urrar~tr stid I he coninusslon i. ill nicer today to dscus~ he count' budget and toning reque~t~ I he meeting '.ill be held on the tourth floor 0t the county courthouse in thc coninlission room .11 p iii president lilt ~enare also passed on first reading a request Irom Honor Court Chancellor Byron Petersen that the senate allow him to appoint an associate vice-chancellor. With 65 cheating cases pending. Peterson's statement expressed the necessity of the new position in order to effectively deal with the increased case load. rhe associate vice-chancellor would have die same powers as the vice-chancellor, presiding over hearings from which the chancellor and vice-chancellor most remove themselves because of conflict of interest. We do wonders with any type of hair. You can have great hair regardless of tenure whether it's kinky, curly, thin or otherwise. We specialize in precision-blended custom shaping With no two looking alike. You don't have to be a movie star (like our friend above) to get what you want. Come se us at The Mad Hacker, 1507 N.W. 6 Street, or call 3774024. Something will happen. I .1. wkw ~x '.in. ~~2~.ti.t& .. K I LUGGAGE SPECIAL Mi. WOGAGI IN STOCK SomonitseSkywoy o Invicto .Leeds lIFE CHIT off regular prices whil. they let nA narn'r ***Ti~ LMA* ST~ 14 S. Mom Street 376~1S93

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P.g. IA). Ifd.9.4.fl* Kodde MlIrflr, Thundey. M.y I. 1975 Turnpike dea 01333 ERICKSON A~tw Swif Wiser LW students who participated in the state wide Turnpike Toll discount pmgramn this put yen must turn in their toll charge cards thu week. Student Body Treasurer Greg Shernian 'aid the State of florid. Department of Transportation cancelled the discount program Xhroughout the state on a recommendation by the Governors Managenient and Efficiency Commission.' THE COMMISSION asked the program be discontinued, stating 'they could save approximately 14S0.~ which is being spent annually to finance and ,dniinister the Reps bill C potc okay ilmed cit lea lers By DRIAN JONES Mba* SsN Wiser The florida House Criminal Justice Committee took a hard line on marijuana Wednesday. approving a bill to make convided cannabis wholesalers serve at lest ten years in prison. An opposing bill to decriminalize possessing up to one ounce of marijuana was delayed by the committee, and Rep. George Sheldon. its sponsor. predIcted "an uphill battle" getting it through the commIttee. RD. ED DLACK3URN, D-Temple Trace. proposed the WI to sS a M.ye.r minimum sentence without parole frr anyone caught with mole than 30 pounds of marijuana, but the committee amended the minimum sentence to 10 yeast. Sheldon. D-Tampa uqIt~ pulSE the lB-year midma' aSmi ~m~t become law." but also maid his decrlmlnalhzatlou bill probaMy wouldat either. Sheldon said he kit giving up on decrimlnuIIzsIos -if It k 4t4 Us year, and is piaching another main at up a house emitting to -su4uan laws btwws this Iqidaliw gels. and net years. 'I'm convinced that you could -five of the hardest line law enforcement officials on the study committee, and they'd -that the marijuana laws are mon hamAd than the dug itself." Sheldon maid. The committee delayed adios on tin decvlminallustloe bill "only becas ne ran out of Inc." Sheldon said. The mauve Iwo., he committee agenda for as Wednesday. Another camnibis bil. .bld meld slow bosadmolds to grow ad cambume up to five marijuana plants in has. privacy, Is "lea hypocultiesl than .win" hat also has dim chance of pauage. Sheldon said. ends program. The comniis.wn said this mosey could then be used to continue the present levels of crevicee on the turnpike. Shennan said. Since the program began November I. participating 1W students have mdc 239 trips on the turnpike, spending 11.055.80. The total amount of discount 'as 559.73. be ~.id. THE PROGRAM 'officially" ended March I. but Sherman said he did not receive any official notification that the program had been cancelled until last week The State Department of Transportation had been sending letters to another department on campus and that department did not forward them to me. he said. "The students who participated in the program were given a charge card with which to pay turnpike tolls. At the end of each month, the discount was figured, and the money the student had spent on tolls, minus his discount, was removed from an account he had with us.' Sherman said. "AFThR ALL CARDS have been returned. we will start refunding the money students have left in their accounts. Sixty cards have already been sent to Tallahassee," he said. The percentage of discount students received varied each month. The amount of discount depended on the number of times students traveled on the turnpike. Sherman said. The discount was given on a graduating scale. At the end of each month, the charges of all students traveling on the turnpike are totaled ad the discount is figured from that amount. Sherman said. No discount was given if 550 or less was spent during a one month period. If $50 to 5250 was spent in one month, students received a 10 per cent discount and if 1250 to was spait, a IS per cent discount was Sherman said he was "dis.ppolnud die progtain was cancelled. It was obviously operating succesafrily here." he said. Student biker hit on Archer Rood A ~yin.dd 1W tiniest ~s take, to W.T. tab TeeSq Haspiti Wednesday, kite bleyd. adios at tue lutawetlon Strut and Ante Rot Pairida Junmey. IUC. suffered had lacwaghas when she loot control of her bike and (dl into the path ofa car drives by Michael Gamif. 22. of GainesylIle. According to Uaiuesvule Police Departmat repmtt Jenny was traveling new the curb of the southbound lane of 13th SIres what she lout control and was thrown head Ant to the pavement Jursey and the bike were then struck by the auto. A hospital spokesman aid Jurney had sulked heed laceratIons, but her condition was "pppeestly not sarlous.' 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saC ----a a FREE I ELECTRONIC ENGINE I ANALYSIS WITHEACH TU N EU P I I9UN.MAJNST mOHImma I 4 TI.d of concr,. no'ovid gas fumes' Wont to se. nohs,. .r~ lit. wId? Ink. 0 cono* *rlp down ~h. ft. chetuckn. Suwonn. River cAnoe OUTPOST OP uini scm -SWARDIER RD. ma Open 10 am .8 pm daily 12 6pm Sunday -U'. A Friend Produce Market Just for YOU MILK gal $1 39 MNNON YOG4JRT yellow eweS SUflE BEANS. CWN. 1Cc ecu ~ El. unwoxed CLUES. ..3____________________ mUSES NA bE UMMOU We accept FOOD STAMPS We try to keep a complete stock of Fresh Fruits & Vegetables at Prices you can eat withi If you Improve! A low-cost Horns Improvanmnt Loan Is the raw Stop In aid let's talk inhoot It! -lank GAINESVILLE JOHNS Aben Panjism BUT NOT DUNG married and worried about her fanitly. the girl told her employer that her brother was her husband and her young sister was her daughter. But she had no excuses to bring her other sswm and brother and left then, behind. The girl sits in a canvas and wood test at Eglin chat will be her home until she finds an American sponsor and worries about the rest of her family in Sairn. "I JUST WANT to get the out of the hands of the communistsP she says.but adds she knows of no way to do it. The Hue doctor, wealthy and influential in his hometown, had to flee because he said the communists would have been especially hard on him as an example to the other residents in the community. "The life of a refugee will be very hard, but there is no choice, the communists would have Dy SWARI EMMIUCH ANgate Staff Wa. EGLIN APR -The 20-year-old girl refused to give her name. So did the doctor rroti Hue. THE YOUNG MOTHER of four apologized, but explained she also did not want her name to appear in the newspaper. All caine to the United States and Eglin AFB to flee a (ella, South Vietnam now in the hands of the communists. But they still had family left in the warI ravapd country. FAMILY TEAT THEY frar will be killed by the new government. Especially if the refugees in the United States are identified and quoted as criticizing the communists. The young girl. an esployc of a military attache in Saigon, was allowed to take out of the country a husband, her parents and children. ~ .afraldfol'ltm*fornlIl.bapdStsflaIv.s (See ReJiagees,' page teni a A GENERAL FINANCIAL SYSTEMS SANK MEMAIS: P.0' C. ---.---. -.---.'. I Th. gnt.~nd. MoM. MIIat lhunhy, Abyl 1971 Peg.9 Fears of Viet refugees include family cit home, uncertain future here

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N,. 343 lb. hmA.gp.t.0A.IISAJIII.flI, Th.nS~. MnS. If5 Girl tries to help family stranded off Singapore By JOHN WAINWRIGHT AMIga. Star Writer Nguyen Minh Tam, former UF student, chartered a boat yesterday to carry relief supplies to 7.~ Vietnamese refugees standed ~n 36 ships and boats 18 miles nfl Singapore. Her boat was stopped and turned around by Singapore officials, according Co Kurt Wanisley. volunteer I& Gainesville's Project Share. NGUYEN TOLD Wanisley that she was in radio communication with one of the anchored craft and that six of the refugees had committed suicide because of intolerable living conditions aboard the stranded vessels. Wanisley said the Singapore government will not allow the refugees to come ashore. "The Singapore government is supplying the refugees with 500 liters of water a day:' Wamsley said. For 7.~ refugees. sonic in open bonts under a hot tropical sun, 500 liters of water comes to about live ounces per person per day. WAMSLEY LEARNED of the incident via an overseas telephone conversation yesterday with Nguyen. Wrnsley said NgUyen's mother is on one of the boat sand her father is in Singapore. flit Singapore government is supplying 40 pieces of bread per day for 3W people. Wamsley said. More refugee boats are arising and there is no clear cur plan as yet to help these people. hey are suffering from exposure and lack of adequate Ibod and water, and they need help now. We need to raise money as soon as possible.' Wanisley said. WAMSLEY INDICATED that any contributions received by Project Sbare for aid to the refugees would be sent to the United States State Department. Wanisley said he didnt know how the State flepart ment might use such funds. The supplies on Nguyen's charter boat, stopped by the Singapore officials, were provided by representatives of the Southern Baptist Church. Project Share. Inc. is a non-profit organization begun in I 970 to promote rural development in Southeast Asia. The group now has a representative at Eghin Air Force Base assisting with the integration of Vietnamese refugees into cities and towns across the United States. Project Share also has a program to fl4d sponsors for refugee families, foster homes for children and parents who want to adopt Vietnamese children. Refugees (From page nine) used me as a target. I had to get out. he explained. HOST OF HIS t~mily were aiso abfr to come, but like many of the refugees relatives. some stayed behind to lake their chances with the new government. The doctor, worried about hi, safety, took buses from his Hue home to DaNang and then went on a boat from DaNan, to Saigon. He spent three days on the deck of the ship, drinking water and eating small amounts of dried rice. Although sad about the trouble he expects in adapting to America life and finding a job, the doctor says he I. realistic enough to kno, that the hardship. hate to be endured if he want, to stay alive. "I REALLY FEEL sorry for the refugee who were so scared, who fled because they thought the life here would be better. It will be harder. he said. A mother of thur. married to an Oakland Air Force officer. was&t too encerud aboMt life in the United States when she fled her home. she was more worried about he relatives left in the ad around Saips. Rut no. she herself and her has started to wony about children. WHEN SHE lANDED in Cailfinia. expecting to go to her husband, the Air Force officials would not let her get off th. pane. they said the refuge. cntr at Cmp PatStOle was too crowded. They told her to go to Florid, and wait until she could be reunited with her husband. But questions about when she was going to he able to join her husband have received non-commital answers from Air Pow ofIldals and the woman is starting to worry. MOST OF TUE refugees living in Edin. sent city are also worded. Worded about thelrchanceof biing ajob or sponsors, of learning to live in a new country. of starting all over with almost nothing. U.S. State Department and Air Force officials say they hope ~ponwa will be found thr moat *f the refugees. But they also admit that it may be hard to hind enough sponsors for all. 1 say they are not sure what will happen rn the refugees if no sponsors are freud. But James ChandleL the head ot the refugee operatIons, adds he ii sure 'If the plight of the refugee Is well publlcix.d. ad people lean. that -have no -top. ihe American people will overwhelm us with otTers .f seoeuoruhipY iNtftOttlC It4t to discuss "Women and Their Sexuality in the New Film" THURSDAY MAY 6th tOO p.m. UNION NORTH LAWN C' MACAt A CIffl 1*1W Cfl tU 1'PZ .K. JMAW wSrqa ""' -.'.*.'A~ on ACCENT .tsbZAtSMt4tfl.

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Pug. It lb. I.dsp.s&. N.M. AMIar, l9wnd.y. M.y 1 1978 EDITORIAL Barbarian During the reign of Hammurabi in ancient Babylon. the code of law allowed the state to pay cash to reimburse certain victims of crime. If a poor Babylonian citizen lost his wife to a rampaging barbarian, the courts could award him money to replace the loss. Instead of punishing the criminal, the Babylonian riders helped their crime-struck riddle class with financial aid. Now, 3.000 years later, a similar program is catching on throughout the United States. Beginning with California in 1965, 14 states have passed laws providing compensation to victims of violent crimes. Unfortunately. florida has not. Bills to establish a crime victim compensation fund have died in the state legislature every year for the past five years. Currently, bills in both the House and the Senate are sifting donnant in committee, waiting to be heard. The bills, with minor di&rences between them. would allow claims against the state for medical costs. loss of work income and pain and suffering resulting from a criminal attack. According to Rep. Eric Smith, one sponsor of the House criminal justice committee bill, the program has always failed because some legislators see the program as a 'giveaway' of state money. Further. some legislators are worried about the possibilities of fraud. The House committee bill provides for a maximum claim of $10,000 and the Senate bill. SB 179. goes up to 515,000. The House bill also requires 5200.000 fir the compensation fund, and thats not easy money to get during a time of budget cutbacks. Thee arguments against the program are bogey men. The compensation hind is no free offer to chiselers and people with nothing better to do~ U is common practice for a government to give aid to victims of natural disasters, and It is common practice for a government to give welfare to the poor. This program asks no more. To avoid fraud, all would be decided by a judge of industrial claims In the Department of Commerce. the same judges who decide workmen compensation casa Other stats have not reported problems with fraud; in fact, the main obstacle in moat of the programs is a lack of claims due to a minimum of publicity. Here in Alachua County, the one place in Florida with a fund to aid crime victims, only four claims have been made since October. 1974. Daisy Martin. head of the county Division of Family Services, said this was because no one knows the program exists. The S200,000 appropriation is minor, according to Smith. He. along with others who support the bill. woald be happy to see the program become law eves without money. Because both the House and Senate bills art contingent on federal grants before they take eltct. Major Karl Adams. staff director of the House criminal justice committee, said the main thingisjusttogetthelawonthebooks. The funding would have to wait for federal money regardless of the availability of the 5200,000 state money. The philosophy behind the program is clear. If society fails in its obligation to protect its citizens, then it should help them to recover. With violent crimes in Florida up by 18 per cent this year. we urge Rep. 514 Martin and Bill Andrew;. and Sen. Buddy MacKay and Bob Saunders. to give fill support to helping the citizens society didn't protect. Hasmurabi gave an eye for gn eye, but he gave money too. 'IrS MOOD 114MG 1WY cnn asS rca aPt'cra4wz~Pfl Asian leaders go out in style WASBIY4OTOI4 -What the United Stats belly pulled out of Ptnwu Pail and later Saigon. hundreds of thousands of Cambodians mid South Vietnamese who wanted to escape were left behind. Exit visas were selling for a praninum on the Saigon black market. Onlythe krtunatewere abletoptout. BUT THE LEADERS who were raponsible for the debacle were able to flee in style. Deposed Cambodian Prudent Lou ?4o1. for exuuple. was flown to Hawaii In a special U.S. j.t. The State Depatment laid out the red carpet. The Air Force put him up In plush qua. at Hkkhau ElM. A ;peclal tam ha be. assigned tq b* him settle I# H4mIt AS FAR AS we can determine, the U.S. gomtmeut teliused only one major request by Leo Nd. He wanted status as -accredited diplomat, which caMs with it certain priyliqes. But ale State Department turned him down -the gonads that it would he WqaI. Diplomatic sources estimate that Ice Mel brought out about SI million Whelp him adjust to life is exile. They also have season to believe that he ha soya'S most mIllIons stashed away in tacit bask accounts. NE HAS TAR1~ out his mAw llfr, niean.luk. by purchasing a 5103,Cfl house in a fafllonable Honolulu subdIvIsIon. Thee Is less information available on the brooding. secretive Np~ Van This., who resigned under fire Pmlda.t of South Vietnam and fled to Taiwan. But there -repoda, still unconkind. that he was trying to smuug~ gold bullio, out of Saigon. wa. The Federal Energy AdministratIon has cuinduded from Its secret SUdIU that the United States is headed for another gasoline crisis. flit react for the wotid .61 surplus today, ironically, us that the Western economies are weak. The recession has caused the United States. Wean Eumpc and Japan to hold down their oil coasumptlon. The warm nether lies also helped these nations to save oil. 31ff THE VIA studies Indicate that their ecooqmls are picking up. As rums get better. the industrial madam .111 require more fuel. And next winter, of wee. could be cold. During the pest three months. Americans have already The Independent Florida Alligator Liii (.jsst.a., U, L IA lofty Kantlor ieee. V. Cock Mn Evelyn lee kane MelpAuvs C. by U,1p T., McNanw. lay M~O.e Jr 0~. ~tnno Amy Meyw Lynd.Hm.ie. Lynn SoliJe, --I. an increased their geadluc consumption four per cent. They an returning to their former wasteful habits. At the same time. new estima wn that the United Sties has far Ins oil and gas rums than the figures the government has been counting upon iwo DISCUINE (Alt ON. Th. average American fmily pa~ higher utility rats titan those dared to the biggest industries. JACK ANDERSON WEEKLY SPECIAL This -dkcninwsloit is caflhd dedlnmg block rate pricIng.' Simply put, it means that the more esap you use. the lea you get chars for It. Big .WY Nfl d~.r.frt MI lower rates. A study I. San Fraciso showed that the pSi In the Inner city shelled out mat than three cents -hoer hr electricity. Yet the affluent usa who could afford higher rates, pelt only two cents am hoer, Thlapactlahmcnthasnfair-ftswaahl.kencaurag. big camps1. to use more electricity than Stay need. Thai way. their rats will be lower. Rut It will take an act of Congress to compel the utilities to change their rate shoot ya TROIJILE IN KOIZAI. North Korea's bupectfld. rotund dictator Kim Il-Swig recently visited Peklq. according to Intdlgence reports, to seek support for a raNd et the Korean War. The repasts dais, that Kim wants to take advantage of the Communist momentum In Southeast Ails. He reportedly believes the time Is rips for him to make his move agahat South Korea while the United States is preoccupied with Cambodia and Vietnam. But the secret Intdbm rq.rts say that the Clnese have cautioned Kim at to risk.~ Iu the bwS Me&. North. M Morn Na Sic. .0~d~ AM O.ne.d Maw Mae. Mien .-e loses M.qm Maga -~t a Mflag AdgS.n Mbfl.I ASucta. Maw Micdd ftSnten Senqe .CIct.efla.aOasMM.g. -S~ -n~ by C I Iii II'I%(rIIIrg,)I*~,%lI PC S.u ISIS Uaav.rwp Sa. O.Msw 1N Ne** v.4*. oNks hSwM Sw C.Iicg. W. tim wee u.bvnp As. ln.s.e.OefIce pA.,. 274Mg UsnnS -. 276MM M.nsng *.d PvSscuIe. hues Pie A

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lb. Ind.p.nd.n* fl.,4de AJIIg,., Thursday, M.y 5, IgIS, Peg. IS Did EDITORS They: now that the Vietnar over. This is funny. N me the war was ove wo-and4half years he lie? And if a,. W ~iu'ng free out in Cal Isn't it against tin the President to 3k people? Or is that dean when tiwy $ upholding the Cumuli hey will hold it up v And Henry ICisslat secretary of state he peace was at hand t ago Did he lie? If a he still secutay of AND lEE NEWS They. too, said the o'er in Jmusaiwy. mnembw the bandit hey lie, too? What's the story? *ar end twice? Or Ii that everyone lied selves in January. 19 Sexua everyone e saying Ihey told themselves he war 'nierfe ii War is was over7That everyone really ~,th lion told knew the war wouldn't he the Ui r almost over until no Americans lAcre On~ ago. Did over there? That ft was an china hy is he American war, and could only LhCn~, ifornia? end when Aniericajis left? pre-ju law for We have learned nothing done to the from Vietnam and Watergate years. bat they if we continue to lie and to ON peak of elect liars. Presic atm.ON MAY 4, 1970live sonietl rith lies? years ago -tour students recrini ger, still were killed by the National mean told me Guard during an anti-war Mr. F wo years demonstration. I can think of In I ~. why is no greater memorial, no studcm state? greater justice, than to have State. I media, the South Vietnamese died. war was government fall to the Via illegal 1973. I Cong and the Vietnamese harass In. Did people on the eve of the of pro anniversary of those killings, the ash' Can a Now, maybe after 30 years. fifteen sit true the Vietnamese people will Amer o thathare a chance to make it or Vietna 73 when break it. without hostile I lie? rence and hopefully hunhanrtanan aid, from nned States. e Vietnam has had ,. dieti we can judge not before -no more Igang -as .e have all these misappliedd E MORE thing: lent Ford said iing about no more nations. Does diet unconditional amnesty. ord? memory of those four its who died at Kent and .11 the others who were Jailed, sutured I surveillance and sent and whose rights ass 'ut abridged by authorities during the last years while protesting can involvement in LW. Gary Gordon discrimination Solve EDITOR. I am paying this ticket under protest and only because I cant afford the time to go to the courthouse TWICE to appeal. I was not parked in any service drive as my ticket indicates. However. I and many others did park in the woods behind McCarty due to elinsinatlo. of parking by parking h going construction work. (Ibis cite was not marked as a no parking zone.) I was toned to do this because I had to teach a class and could&t spend time driving around for halt an hour to other lots. I SUGGEST something must be done sow, to alleviate the parking situation; it Is iass les getting increasingly difficult totind a spot. Ease of parking is essential for faculty who have class schedules to meet. I also suggest the appeals procedure be made more accessible (i.e. two trips downtown is very inconvenient). Edna T. Loehan Assistant Ptofessor is 'obviously EDifORh Iu rupees to Ms. Pee's letter accusing whke man's insitutha. I will spec with her In ha Usenet. "tUber. wee fib discrImIaatlme based -cue.: natlopality. sex or race them there wocid be -need organizations. spelt as Org.nizatloa Vs Waco Wa. This tread of thought is readlW acceptable in fields lit. mociclog or psyckolog bS in the Acid @1' bIoIow. dIscrIminatIon is a necessity I. the process of evolutlo. The discriminatlce bats. gnes* and races becomes obyisSy necessary after a study of genetic and ewIslomary Sooty. AS AN ANALOGOUS Incident in eulutice, ia yeats look at disease in nile. Few people would recqabe any beset in discus ja h hasamied a pupae Is human etolutlos to Sting. the nakev elements I. the opeeb sad thus apron that Ipecut necessary I Ins recent article in the Ciainesvilte Sun, the result of radii intermIxIng was dcmonuratcd In the Inerneed Incidence of malscduulcuin In the daultios of the mixed cultures of the Wets, world -opposed to a fl~e In the raclafly pun culture of and ,the America ladles. As Iv sexual dlserimlnatia. I refer you to most texts on ewlutlo. to find evidence of the pruvaleuce of .mak dominance I. the societies of most advanced creSs ALSO, PATTERNS of masculine agpesalvem and (asinine passivity mainly Influenced by honaonai balance I. most advanced creatures and not by I.preuim hupoed -the animal by ha culture. I ask you to miMer thee facts and then decide If dIscriminatIon I, the evil it Is made out to be. Charles C. Pug. 6AS I, I --~ / 'I I ~4 I I I a a hr V WE 7, C N. a -C--Sc vs N Mailer's ENTOt We were appalled at Norman Muilus ignorant com* masts in reference to the Florida State Museum during his lecture. The museum don indeed look like a burial mound; In fact William Morgan. the architect. spent musty long hours studying Indian burial mounds in ashn and central Florida. III MUSEUM houses Shell. b.w k.*n6nmn. Stt friend many artifacts removed Ikons these 'mounds. What could be more appropriate for visual symbolism? Furthermore. Mailer should be reminded that until he is considered an architectural authority. he should confine his remarks to personal obsenatlons, not broadly based value judgments. Heribeno I. Brito Rolando RI.as.Cainp SAR SA~ Gay M.,e MciC~ Eider WIre Mint flew Sen Mt.' Tn U~d.t Aa*. Mew. Sn, ADVICE & DISSENT a The Independent Florida Alligator

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~r IA, lit. Int.p.d.i SM. MWg.u.v. Thw.d.y. MapS, W75 Foreign UF S studies programs DyJUDY MOORE Atm*s. SiaN Win, Praca domova. tates, husswerk. there will always he homework whether you study rigbt here in Gainesville or on one of Ut's foreign study programs in Poland. Colombia or Holland. The study programs differ from past UF foreign study ventures in that courses are taqht in a foreign language by foreign teachers. In the past, Anierican teachers have accompanied students, and courses were taught in English. STUDENTS are required to take language courses in Gainesville before entering the foreign sdool.or to take an intensive language course in the country itself before taking courses. In Ptland wo separate ~ogranis are offered to UF students at the Adam Mickiewiti University of Pbznan. A sumtier program beginning June 23 and ending August 16 otTers courses in Polish language. literature, history. culture and institutions. Students receive from five to 15 credits in the UF department of Englisb. THE COST is approximately 1500-5550. which includes tuition, housing in double rooms, food and books. Air fare is approximately 1345 round trip. There are openings for more han 40 students. A full year program running Irom October to May offers a variety of courses in most academic areas, Ihe courses are geared primarily toward graduate students. but undergraduate students are accepted. Fifteen students ~.,Il be accepted for next year. TUITION and housing fees are waived and students are given monthly stipens br food. The only actual expense is transportation, which IS about 1345 round trip Interested studenc~ should contact Dr William Sulhvan. 433 Grinter Hall. phone 392-2107 In Columbia. he tJnivcrsidad de los Andes in Bogota offers semester programs beginning in August and January as well as an intensive course in Span2sh and Colombian culture luring the summer. IN THE SUMMER language program. Spanish can be aken br credit on a beginning, intermediate or advanced level. rhe course includes visits to places of interest in and around Bogota. Cost, for he summer program include 3160 tuition. 5(60 room, board and laundry .~nd about 12~ air fare from Mi a in THE SEMESTER program ofTen courses in a wide variety of academic areas and all credits are transferable. tuition costs rot UF students are the same as for Colombian students. 1400 per semester. Students will be housed and fed in non-English speaking Colombian homes fbr 11W) per month. A ROUND TRIP ticket, valid icr one year, costs 1313 from Miami to Bogota. Students must have at least a 2.5 gradeponit average and a minimum tour quarters of college level Spanish or the inensified summer course. (be deadline for application to the summer program is May I and the deadline tot the August semester is June I. INTERESTED students should contact Raymond I Toner. 319 Gilnter Hall. phone 392-0375 In Holland, study at the University of Urecht begins Sept. 10 and ends June20 lot three lull quarters ofcredit. Students arerequired touke IShoursof Dutch fall quarter beibre any course work can be taken. Students spend the remainder of the year in ihtnindividual departments of study. Almost every field of study is offered. ThE LECTURES and sentinars will be conducted in Dutch but papers and tests will be done in Englhh. The total cost of the program is estimated ic be about Sl.~ more than an academic year in Gainesville. or about 53.3(X). rhitly students will be accepted. A grade point average of 3.0 is preferred. ThE DEADLINE for application to next falls program is June I. Interested students should contact Dr. Samuel Hill. 368 3. Wayne Reitz Union. phone 392-3625. Grad program in Peru A one-year program lot graduate students interested in studying in Peru will begin fall quaner ii UF. The pbogram ill be held at Pedro Ruiz Cub University in northern Peru. Applicants must be graduate students and must be able to speak ilueni Spanish. Students ,ho are accepted into he program ,.ill 'tee'. assisiasusbips ajong with a 1350 salary per month. Applfratscms muss be turned in at .384 Grinier I-laiR by May 2;. r Wile -C mass SM ewe ens *i scow, as.,. oft. fdmdha peel. hi G~smUI. j U I in L the place Is not big enough for everyone reserve now to be certaht of Pal occupancy. oCloest to Campus .Mcsbr TV Anflnnc .Fool, Souno ePully FurnIshed sOb a S .Laundry FacIlItIes

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Offer explr July 31,1075) -x & BOOKSTORE TED IN THE HUB r.EIMT,8W7M & SAIURMYfll2 n 1). Iuid.p.,d.M R.M. MIhgawr. Th.md.y, Moyl. 1571 Ng. 15 Budget h k By DEBBIE ERICKSON Alilgato, Staff Writer The Student Government Budget and Pinanee Committee decided Tuesday to recommend a 10.5 per cent budget 'nrrease to, next year budget Ihe proposed budget ot $521372 '.ali be presented to the Student Senate for approval next Tuesday. NICK LANG, senate budget and tinawce committee chairman, said the money lot the budget comes from student activity fees. Almost all organization requesting money received what they wanted Lana said. The committee makes recommendations to the Senate after reviewing how an organ'zation has spent its money the past year and how much of the allocated money is left. SOME ORGAINZATIOr4S gained sub~ stantial increases for next years proposed funding for Gator Growl increased 13.500 -from 19.500 to SI3.~. Interhall, intramurals. SC salaries and SC programs were all recommended increases from 55.000 to 520.0(X). ONLY THREE organizations, the National Organization of Wonien(NOW ) the Cuban Student Federation and he Distinguished Professor Chair received budgets "substantially lower than requested" Lang said. The committee recommended that NOW only receive 51.330 instead of the S2.37S requested. Lang said NOW received a Sl.~ budget cut because the committee did not feel NOW should receive the student funds they requesting to pay for a babysitting service so members could attend meetings and because their newsletter, for which they requested 1160. is funded by members dues: Council will poor e proposed I he committee jl~o reconir,,ended NOW only receive $100 instead of he 53(X) they requesied for d~pIicauing because they did riot use much of the money allocated to them for this purpose this year Ifs embarrassing to Budget and the Senate tor organizations ot money left over a the end Lang 'aid. and Finance to have a lot of the year. THE COMMIflEE also recommended he Distinguished Professor Chair only receive 113.270 instead of the 123.190 requested. Lang said the Distinguished Professor Chair requested 59.550 fo, a second part-rHine professor for snrin~ quarter. 'When S3OSME needs to be cut from the total budget and you're talking about ~ not many organizations receive a large enough budget to be cut this much and it would be devastating for those that do. Lang said. THE CUBAN Student Federation was the third organizatton the cwnndttee recoinmended be cut. The organization requested S7~. but the committee only recommended htj receive S3~) because they used only half of funds allocated this year. Lang said. A reconuniendatton that the Star Trek Revival Association (STAR) receive no funds ,ill also be made. STAR is an association dedicated to reviving the Star Trek series on TV and the movies. They requested 5945 for a miniconvention but he committee did not feel the convention would attract enough students and decided to recommend they receive no funds, he said. A recommendation will be made to pay the I rafik Court Chief]ustice salary out of funds collected from Traffic Court violations and funds. Lang said. investigate treatment Dy JANET PARK A take Sail WrIt. A black doctor's charges of shabby treamenf' while being recruited fbr a medical fellowship have prompted the Afflimative Action Advisory Council to call for. complete investigation of the incident. Baltimore pediatrician Dr. Willim Davis visited UF in January for interviews for a fellowship in the Allergy and Immunology department of the Shads Teaching Hospital. IF ACCEPTED TO the Si0.(XD p. year position. Davis would have received training to become the second black childhood allergy specialist in the country. Dr. Harry Shaw, council chairman, related his portion of Davis charges of botched meeting schedules, telephone often not followed with written assurances and casual attitudes" toward the importance of recruiting him. Shaw commented that the treatment Davis of doctor received while a guest on the UF campus ~eemed to be insulting at times. "THIS IS AN exclusive club," Shaw said of the pediatric allergy specialty. The University or Southern California (USC) also made strenuouja efforts to recruit Davis, eve., to the point of raising the salary offer they originally extended. "USC wanted him. UF was going to tolerate him. I suspect." Shaw said. ThE COUNCIL DECIDED Davis' charges ,tt serious enough to wairint an 'fi. vestigation through the Office for Affirmative Action, with an eye to reviewing recruitment procedures. Members said they felt this review would Insure interviews are not being conducted simply to fulfill affirmative action requirements. Also. Affirmative Action Coordinator James Allison scheduled a May 13 meeting of Nil affirmative action officers on campus for a i.orkshop on required procedures for in,f~len1ent.tion of affirmative action guidelines. Healthy living plants make on oltroctive setting for your enjoyment We hove a large assortment of plants a d occessorle. for Mothers day. flowering flouts. Munus. 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~...~ I *~' ,!j*, **~? 'Y .1 ~a~4 ~ .',~ -~ ? -I The Independent Florida Alligator P.g.i& 1h.nsdsy.M.yt Ins ENTBRTAI N I Who is Chick Corea? By STEWE BERGMAN Atab. Cawepeadent I was talking with local record store owner David Gun the other day about the Jazz Festival Student Government is prnenttng free Saturday at 3 p.m. on the Union Lawn. "I can't believe that S.C. has gotten it's chit together. Without a doubt, this will be the best damr. concert wt ye 'ccii yet. Core. awid Corycil are some of my most popular artists as well as being great nusician~.' Cluck Cotta and the Return to Forever as well as Larry Corycll and the Eleventh House will be playing br free! (also on the bill is the modern rock band STRIVE with members Ibnuerly of Miami's IGSP) Although many people are familiar only with Chick and Lany'. current Bands, while others have never heard of them at all (unhip.) these artists have a rich musical background. 'panning all types of music and improvisatin." Cores's most recent I p. No Mystery. features bassist Stan Clarke. who has gained a considerable reputation from his two solo albums as well as iron, his unique contribution, to other recordings. Clarke's (inset your own adjective) bass playing has bees an integral part of Chick's music since the inception of Retur, to Forever. If you've never heard this band, you can hearthem on these albums: No Mystery, Where Have I Known You Before. Hynh ro The Seventh Galazy. All three are jazz*rock (don't you love aishole labels?) type music, with No Mystery being the funkiest of the three. To say that these guys are tight is a hell of an understatement. They aft even more amazing live. Proceeding the last three Return to Forever I p 's are the albums. Light as a Feather, and the original Return to Forever. These two albums as well as having Stan Clarke. also featured the talents of Latin musicians Auto Moderahis wife, Flora Purim and saxophonist flutist Joe Farrell. hit musk is. as you might suspect. a fission of propesive Jan and Latin music. Auto. a percussionstdrunimer specializing in homemade and tradition.! Inutrunient. has recorded several albums supported by Cons. Keith Jwrett, Flora. and othen. HecanalsobeheardonMlles DaVis' DITCAESDREW. These albums are personal favorite of mime and newt fat to put nit in a great mood. Of ~une records must be beard to b.nderstood.so call up WGVL and mktchu*,tI',hik for Hany). Actually, the formation of the bad'cncqt of ban To Forever was Chfrks attempt to camsulcate with larger audience: trying to involve those people who ~.fr to parricipate with the music, rather then a.alps it. For Cores. an ardent believer I. Seisatology. cornmunication among people Ia of flint Isupetace. Before the Return to Forever co.m~ though. Chick we trying to communicate thrwsuh a Stint (perhaps purer) S USA-L -~ -n-lw ra of music. DupIta the excellence of the mimic and mialcia Core. Pound that only a limited (although Issue) napkin of peep1. uM ,s Inc. hi You can't dance to It. So Chick Matted evolving the Return to Forever concept and ha becepe men popular than cur beta, proving that )tU can play -music and still sell records. (Yes 3illhoerd, There's hope for you yet) Levy Coryoll, th. mon who practically Invesed lan-rock gullor playing, will be I bringing his bond, the Eleventh House, to the Jon Festival Sotuedoy. Oils,, referred to. th, guitar plays.' s guitar player, Corycil ho. Influenced almost osmonvjoung musicians as John McLaughlIn. The Eleventh House has been playIng to enwied oudlonces both In the U.S. and In Euroje. Stones tickets still available The Rolling Stones concert was sold out an JacksonvIlle as printed Tuesday You can still ottan tickets by sending a $10 cashiers check or money order to Rolling Stone Concert. 3W Water Street. Jacksoiville. 32202. Or. you can wait at the Great Southern Music Hall Thursday at 2 p.m. when more tickets zlre expected to go on sale. The Alligator regrets the error. Monks make booze Imagine a groupof French monks who support themselves by distilling a potent 120 proof liquer called Chartreuse. That's precisely what the Carthusian order of the les Pete. Char. creua-"Fathen of the Wilderimess" do. The lonnula of Chartreuse which contains some 130 herb., brandy and honey. has been closely guarded by the monks ever since 1737. It was the tonic they gave to the ill. juAn., and aged nho tould come to the monastery for relief from thei, various maladies. Only the head of the order and three monks know the t~rmuIa today. The three .ocks are allowed to leave the monastery to travel the dozen miles to the distillery where they work in the secret herb room mixing. blending. unacerating iad dlstilliugthccsscnceofthe liquor which I. hen poured through pipes directly into large blending vats. Chartreuse, a name for a color of bright yellow green comes from the ancient elan. College students in Califrrnla recently developed a funky drink sit!, Chartreuse named after its murky appearmnce-Swampwater. Swampwate. is a mixture of Chartreuse, puteapple juice and a touch of Rime juice. To introduce the drink to Gainesville. Dub's is having a S"ampwater party at &00 Thursday night. The drinks will be selling t~ 50 cents as opposed to the tevJlar price of $1.30 and 'ill be served iii pint mason jars Filch you can take home, You should go down and try it. gas RETURN TO FOREVER IbM~ Where Have I Known You Before Hymn to Seventh Galaxy with Flora. Airto. Farrell Light as a Feather Return To Fonver(lmport) STAN GETZ Captain Marvel AIRTO Free with Cotta Virgin land tingers without Core.) Ma Dunnrn Drains Meg Pub. LENI'4YWWTEAS SIDEMAN Mile. Davis: Bitches Brew Freddie Hubbard: Red Clay Aztecs: same COREA Now he Sings. No. He Sobs Piano Improvisation Vol. I Piano Improvisation Vol.2 Inner Space -'with Holland. Altschuld. Rraxton: Circle: The Paris Concert -A.R.C. Soegof Singing Is Crystal Urnm Gary Burton STANLEY CLARKE Children of Forever Stanley Clarke CLARKE AS SIDEMAN. Ca, garbled: Under Fire Ptmarosh Sanders: Black Unity Norman Connors: Dance of' Magic Norman Connors: Dark of Light DAVID HOLLAND Conference of the Birds Music to reflect on orsome to be blue to If you like raw 1933 1 got mine" blues, the Beef and Bottle should be a pit stop this weekend. Making with Vinci Martin. last of a dying breed of truly troubled trouhadoes, are Psi Caplen and Roy Bookbinder, direct from the Sting. Fats plays the fiddle excullatly and Roy does an equally good job on the guitar. They dreg, the part of their music -gold-rimmed spectacles, vests. penod caps. They play sap first recorded by such blues men as Big Bill Broomusq'. So Carter. Blind Willy. wIwzever. Delta Ltd*. a good II-. 'Some might renumber Vine. Mania wham he played before Weather Report. That w definitely a mix-match. folk shouldn't precut progressive Jan. Vince is direct from Coconut Grove and he slup about when you used to be able to make love in the parks wIthout gutting muwd raped. He can put you Is a very snilmmntal mood with 'Dolphins" and them make you reflect with "Deportees." a song about Mexican migrant workers written by Woody Guibrie. Both acts will be presented through Saturday. Admission I, Si during the week and $2 Friday and Saturday. piwi. by hub wool PAlS CAftUl ~ r 9~ 'A I a p.,, S -A I

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P.g. 20. The lndep.'&e. Sand. MII.r, lhwS.p, a7 1)975 ALLIGATOR CLOTHES WE CAN AIIM inJnibersitv ~1in~ iaow. U#fltSv '-3 7:25 9:3 lb. ReIncarnation Ale 'a of US lOdO Par Noud LAST DAY 3:45 S.' G.nw. Capone~ C 3:15 Dnuiit Uve Her. 5:30 7:45 Pa.ymci. 10.00 Alice CLASSIFIED FOR SALE 074 SAJZL#h .Ir. trail .195 only 9~ni asking 1750 or will trod. for Sports car turntable to. sois ponotonir $45 rick 3735985 n Sq lXc tt.o component witern turntoble 2 speakers ord receiver perfect for dorm *nl.tainmn*i 4 cohi bill oft., Apn, ~or nor, info WW 37&flP (O~l29p) Mule for Sal. 376-6082 02*-laO p1 waherbed. pads, tron,., liner 35 Mcon'preuson meter 25 doobie toq4 bockpoc ccli toy. Fisk 37743fl (oSt I27 -p3 141L15101 Nom.,it~ view of LAKE Wouburg IC minutes South c~ city 2 ocres good lerms ccli to so. *0 Mason C. reolta. J77VSQ (o-Sq '29~1 474 kowosaki 750 for 'ale plus occ Steer bet offer 9~4 kowosoki 0 to. sal. 522W or 6.' off., coil 373-Shah fo. irlorrnolior, (o-3t 291,) ELECTRIC GUITAR TEISCO, 4-pickup beautiful shop. and condition. muv sell -only Sl~ roil Guy Of 372-13? (0-5*. 127-pJ AACchornp.oi~ IRISH 51fltR PUPS 12 wkt oil shotsondwormed long haired ond mellow both penls or' ~renise. roll 313-5266 ot 3fl-5325 (o-5.-12?-p) BASS GUITAR Gibson W3 2 pickups. roritone. woifliA frr'k*., *xc.hient shop. $250 Coil tarry of 373-16790. 3fl-I~2 (0-5*128%) For Sal. A Ko.,ico Auto I with a hesorion 52 n.m fI I Ba l4nonon 29 rTWTI 113 5.o Vivac. 85-205mm fIl *. ofid 02K converter $375 ph 376-tm (a-St-IS 0) small a.rrng-fit, kowosak, 350. 5~, 750 used for one week 545 ccli 373 7358 (oSi 127 p~ Wedding ards. Engagement Rings Traditional or Conlemporory designs of your choice Handmade far indlyiduols who wont the bet. Original wok by South's Leodirg Ants. Mat. Gold Smith and Lapidlst Unconditionol Guoront. 02211 fly o.po'nmnerd Only 373-2494 (a-St-IW.p) a C ---C*~ ~a C I ~u tii FUNNIEST COMEDY OF 13Th "tat. NOPAISS* *l~OoN~7fCN 5V5 I It I$ AT t*AC lAS 7St3S -an -bun -fins, Q&SdII. Pictures A P-H'VS Fee. 0 FOR SALE UTILITY MAILER 4roK ji~ by 6~A good corid highi. and wiring '5 In tires on mobile home oil. 3250 or best offer 3'306Th (o&tZ-pl 72 Honda C8-350. recent top-end overhaul, ettellent cond'iFor%. mnony ettros, $725 firm must see to oppbeciole, collofte, Sosco, 371-2166 (o-St-l30-p) 973 Suzuki 1$ C Esc.iient Condition S7Wor bess off. 370.09. After SPM a-Se-I Co. Stereo. Sony co.se1~e arid PM stereo Like new ~uoliIv sound Cost 110 new sell for mu~b lea 378-49)4 (c-it-Ill -p} 19'' Aioir 299, air, wall to wall Corpet. 4~ed, varsity villa Lot 79 376-000) a St 5 ACRE LOT beautiful scenic roiling Hillside build now etricted homesite telephone electric lines in N West 1)4.9W 373-5552 a 3t)29-p~ Furn sore foe so'e 3~ Ft only 3~ dollars .hling due health one acre m.d ~ft Iron, newnons loke on driv vd 372 5260 3fl-fl35 w bed (a-St Sip, Early amer couch 65 wot bed k 35 dresse, 20 din tab s.t chairs china cabinet seilinj out du, to health oil must go thug c 377-98353725260cc (a-Se3) -p1 Surfboard Nobie 6-9 brown yellow goad condilton $40 372 3696 after 5 a1,131 0) 2 altec Voice of Thectre speakers. 2 altec horn. Ia toll 376-1782 (a-Sq '3 l-p) All proneef equip Speokers 60 watt each turntable Pt-Al omphif,. Sm 5CC! will sell seporally 0. One unit for info call I7B-~S0, 372-9852 (oSt lip) House for sol. chase to canpu, control A H 3 bdr 2 both fomily roan, equity assume 5. mortgage 52)074 month at 7i~~ Percent op~oirtrTent. only 133.~ 3725823 (0 10 IS?-p} 967 Ambassador Small VS 'uris well, good tires power steering, 60k. cad windows AC $0 negatioN. See Markofiersix 391217thS* a-St-la)AvaIl FOE RENT HawlI I 100 w*s wih huge I.k. 2 Sbdranceeklb&W 3 36&$185s.ct 4 S bdr $125 On 214 acres S heereritt Workehrsday Avail Sept11 I Londlo.d is building now 3 & 4 bdr homes far Aug Sept 2 3 6dm SCountry home, 3 2b&h.me.fliketouf Owe, 25 apIs avail United Real Etose Miac Open 9am *n 577-4992 One fldrm Apt for rent ~Ian VeIl A0s Muss ueM rio later the, June It Call 373-NW or he A,4 offln (bl~ l~p) READ THIS Moving onytlivie between ~ 4 Sept Let us reit yOur bourn -l -me United keel Eta., W-dqfl (b-Ir.I ISp) Large 2 br fun opetnent ovolbobte June I cit. to comp.a SW Depot Ave TOI V&flW m -(b-SISp) LEWIS CLASS SINGS Ot*W4N WATCH WMIS 200W. UnWee~y An. 172.41W I 1 ASTDAYI 'JANEShWOdIOG1U7:159:U 1 w us. nmui COMING SOON 3153? UIYNOWS IN ~AT LONG LAST LOW fli LUVAIO ~ ~m.w wayy zCI SeW los 'Spin Pete" hit P.S FOR RENT i~ YOU 410 A ROOM C~Oc WIN US JOEL ~lOG45 RIALYCA C SWish AV 11,5* 28-') __________ moornmot. needed shorting June beautiful 2 bdrrn I bath w pool. ouna & wieghircom Vircayo opt 5)05 + ut will .iM.ase fog summer Jim 3fl.M20 b-St 2-pI AVOID ru* FALl. ~USIf Now is rho *ifh* to hook fo. shot house or opt or the SufTifl)er or foiA quoder Coil 3fl 6992 lb6~ I2 p1 6dm mobile horn, for rent 5)25 pe. no coil glendo 376-4446 9-4 or 472-2870 oft., S (b-fr.i24-p) sublet I bedroom unfumnishtd haute kitchen equipped, fully carPeted Corn. by 3912 7th St (6 St$3h-p) Sublet room. in A U lurn house AC. kitchen, living room will. fiveploce I blocks 'a campus $75 month Avail June IS Steve 377-SI (b lt-lil-p) [lYE RIOsT ACROSS FROfl VA & MEt CENTER Surnvn. Subject I bedroom ye, reasonable Summit Haute 3Th~75 378. 9729 (b-~-l3l p) sublet I cc Of ion ~iIU to, utilities FOR RENT opo.tn,.nt for 'en' OINT WEST 2 sublel lo' .0mm., optiOn to font n foil 2IO~ -man 8 utilities ph 376-& b-it I rp) roomnOles to shore J born, 2 both nib home coup~. lemole mole 2)840 days heave nwnber 3,6-34fl e near c0n~phJ5 nicfi well i.t.t for sole 560 C1 lb-St 132p) IWO female ,ooino$*5 needed in diotely org. hr. be&oo." housit located len ho., 5 minutes Iron, conhpos coil Lisa 377.7298 6 Sl27p~ SU~ER SUBLET I bedroom oat I block from Campus 1)50 no + eI.ctric See ligeui Itli from your bedroom wndoM Call 3'S-Sfl (b-S 27 p) look at Out r.ntal livings on house, nobji. hon.'. ond optl before you pay anyone a I. Jo.' Budget. realtor C SW Al. Ave 6-1.127-c) sublet 2 b.drn, dsspiem turn nw set avoil hun. 12 turn l.'ig rn. bedrms kitch Rouse plants 8 go.d.i privacy 25month nice orid thee. 372-1299 6-5* I 30-p) cozy, efficiency op4 Great 2 61k, Iron, campus Perfect I pen., 1)10 ryic + low Coil 3775t03 oiler b-St '3) HOUSE P~ RENT suN. for surnrne, One block behind norman hell Beautiful old english tudor house $60 p.r no plus tAil 3729499 (b-St-li)Sybil Icr summne. French Q, 2 6dm 1W bath. townhoUse Beoutihd view. cir, pool. $200 no Ccli onylirne 377-naSa. come by opt 57 (b-1I-I3l-p) Spacious. 2 88, air condItioned, hanished mobil. home on large 104 very close to campus Pets allowed. 53W month. SSOdeort 3770)49 (6It-ak 0) 2 roommates wanted fail ~ coil Laurel 392-7662 or Phyllis 372-7248 keep trying or heave menooe (b-3I-l3l~) one luxury hr. bedroon, op. available for subletlirig Plenty of pace and niny other .mlros Call oft. ?p in at 373-2531 or 377-B (6-IQ-Ifl,) ALL KN13 SIAS*DI (Special Sum,.,., Rate.) 51W Ia $lfl PEP MO All units 2 N, furnished with air Luxury 'eatwes AvaloNe tar lees *wougl, Aug alt Prairie View Mobile Village 318-MI I 373-3284 Available knew le'fils oclyt sublet 2 bed.,., -un.venl-y gord.n, air pool semi furnished 155 non 373-fl. cbs. to campus (b-Jt-lfl-p) BEACH F047 C(XCO 2 br 26 Crwen Beach counpletely furnished two poo1s eQ eel ion roan, 550 weekend 52W.ek 3,3-5582 {b-3I-)29-~) Wont a quiet apt flee the duck.ond? Sublet 2 6dm. unfurnlshed townhouse $IU.mo., Available y S Coil 3fl-Mer 6pm b.&-129-p) Boutlfui lokeviow 2 bedreer., apottment unfgrnisied.Siven. lake$flwsh. 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Gators shoot for Regular season doesn't mean a thing 3y KEITH CANNON Aitab. Sped. Wise A steady barrage of tennis balls came from the machine acfms the net to UF tennis players Dave Ptessiy and Sod1 Sta. The two Gator players returned groundstrokes to their metal advenny and rushed the net for volleys. "Move in! Move in! Don't stop running. That's the way," UP coach Bill Potter urged ftc., the clubhouse. ANOTHER ARDUOUS DAY of getting ready for the SEC tennis tournament had bgun. With a 25-2 regular sehson record behind them. the UP netters have Tuacaicesso. their minds. The 37th annual SEC tennis diempionships at the University of Alabama today through Saturday provide the Caters with their best chance in fin ye.rs to take a fifth conference, title, It would be the first since the championships of '68 and '69. Tennessee won the title in 1970 and for the last rout years Georgia has been the winner. Last ytar the Gators finished second to Georgia in the dual match season but fril to fifth in the tourney. Potter doesn't want a repeat, but he feel. that Dan Magills Athens Bididop should be this years pre-tournament favaitus. I don't think that we should apaciafly be favo.d" be said. Although we won all the (SEQ del matches. I. tint-place finish), sonic of them Potter were only by one or two points." Potter also said that Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee would make strong bids for the title. WOKING flACK over the dual meet season, Potter said, "I thought we did real welL Wegs up for the big ones. Maybe we could have saved some of the wins for the Cournasest." Indeed, both Potter and his players made the point that regular season records don't mean much come tournament time. A kit of times you'll beat a guy in the dual match. and lose to him in the tournament." Potter said. flit. teas are so close this year that almost anything could happen." He said that he felt his own tern was "a little stronger than we were at this point last yea" To win the title, the setters need to show those stmgths am the early 50mg. Putter said. "Our ti.gi played will have to win their fin two undies. If somebody loan I. the fin round, there an too many other teas for us to slip in. If you don't win the first, you do&t play th, stud." THE PLATEN KNOW this as .tll as their coach dos "Its a funny tanamust," said No. I --Juan DIaL "It dqaud. a lot on how you play on one particular day." ~To win would be nice hr Oucher (Jim) and -(the session en the team)." flax maid. He said that the Calms should be favored to win but he hinted that thee might be a little 5th SEC NO 2 DAt USLY NO. 5 3KM AS ISLY NO 1 JUAN COAX MO. 4 CHAP uA~N more pause. because of that. Y. kind of different as a hmodte. A lot dehiag,. cmh.ppm. but thu we hmthe best chance to WIlL" Din's doubts palm. sad the No. 2 slugi. play. Dan Primal1, agree. "I fed like flu playing muds better thIs year. but thwes newt prmun this year because we have a chance to win IL" Preuujy, who lost to Manusy DIaz of Geougla title ha No. 2 tab I. 'aS years tourney, said that thIs year Ph. 2 "is mu. of the ma wIdeopin dMdons. flue -ha or five -ab plays, who could 1." Tmunu.ts Paul Vanish,, who bet PresS1 in th. dual much with S. Vods. sad ~da. Cud. Sen. wham Prudy beat In a tWO4Ud-8*haff Dicer bail. will be majw Salads fee the UP (See 'Teuinuis.' page 22.1 ---..~ -.-...-.--.* -.* .---. -~. *~ ----.----~ ---r WV ------. .-e -.* U .s .~. .e -* ** ~ ....a. -a. .~ S. .#eea. .~ ..U S *a I 1 The Independent Florida Alligator Peril flunby.M.y& 1978 r

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(Front page 22) junIor NO.3 PLAYER John ICunnen agrees with his tCmfllStGS on cue point but not on another. "I da&t think the team will feet any prtssurt. We're JUN pIng to go out and do our aff." he said. But he agreed that you can throw the 25-2 duli mudi rust coat thu Window. The only thing we gain from macha Is a look at their (opponaits) wakiwes. But there will be people that we heat in the dual matches that we might not beat on -y edict day." Two freshmen will play at the No.4 and No. 5 posItions fir UP in the tourney. Chap Brown lost but two matches all season at No. 4. and naturally. hes satisfied with his performance. 'l played petty well." he said. I figured anywhere three. four or the Anybody can have a Brown slate in the range of lass would be few letdowns.' two. OK. takes nto THE NO. S SINGLES pia)er. Richard Healy, counts him~cII as one of those ~ho is playing a good game ol tennis now. 'Pm hitting the ball all rigis at the moment. I don't know about hitting a peak, but that's what I'm hoping Iir His main concern personally ts the tournament draw, which determines his opponents. Healy joined the carn at midicason and did not play in all the SEC matches and thus will be unseeded. I might get a good draw even though km not seeded" he said. But right now that. Only a hope, he added. No.6 player Jim Oescher is hoping too rota better performance than he gave in fast year's tournawwtl should have woo it last year. but I got beat in the first round," he said reluctantly. He probably summed it up best of all when hesaid. itsjust adoordie situation, and we hope everybody does it.' near perfect championships Photo by bob w.I NO.4 CHAP BROWN WORKS ON FCS4AND RETURN wiliget chance to avenge regular season loss against Alabama ~~-4~~ 'Momma. usda' 3~ NICK PUGLIESE Anita, Squat Wa. Nobody's perfect. and UP tennis player Chap Brown would be the first to admit it. Afterail. he did lose one regular tennis match in his thee years of high school had that kind of for Gag attn be baa played wd enough to be airendy uSed samba four on the team. Brown has last only two matches this season. I lost one bight school match in three years. Of course. I knew the con'petition would be much stiffer up here. There aft sonic great, quick players in the southeast," said the IS pear old freshman. "Un don, pretty well this year. I thought I should have won against Mabama. but the. again thee was probably other puathat I did win that I haulS have lost," added the Lake Worth native. BROWN STARTED playtug tennis at age nine. and toc& lessons from a tennis pro who lived down the street from him. His su~sful bight school cuter dimaxed dunng his senior year when he finished lint in the conference and district competition. and finished in the top four in the state tournament. He had a few scholarship off., but he chose UP because liked Coach Potter and the other player. on the team. ACCORDING TO Brown. the highlight of the past season was the big victory over Georgia. "The win over Georgia has to be the bight point of the season. Now, the bluest thing is to wilt the SEC (Southeastern Conference title)." he said. Brown sees a bright future tor UP tennis as Ion. as the recruitment keeps up. "NEXT YEAR, we'll be wugh. We're only losing two players. Of wurse. it will be hard to replace Juan IDdat. the number one seed). Jim Ocidier has won all his matches this year. It will depend a lot oji recrultlng. he noted. Brown said that he would like to turn professloisal someday if he got the chance. It all depends on how mudi I improve. That are so many great players around today.' he explained. Chap Brow. may not be perfect. but, as long as he keeps on playing the Way he can, who cafes? -I PRO ADv~iidn. THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING SG SG CABINET S SUBCABINET POSITIONS, AND UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES. WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL THIS FRIDAY, 5 ~~'~< $1 p 9fr~ptCP .6~ p 5IO'~~' -'I 6 r are j) ~ --r tVflJJASJJAA* ar#h~ Is -. tAint ~aIt~ It ii F r~r~ 'VI 'a ~Aw I Tennis 4I~ CABINET APPLICATIONS APPLICATIONS FOR HAS BEEN EXTENDED PM lb. Ind.9.deM SM. AMietor, Thu.d.y Mq & IWO. N. U

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P1e 24. Tb. nd.p.nd.n~ florid, Wiggler. Thund.y M~ S. 1975 UF puts Eckerd under card arrest, ac 15-12 By MAIIJ( JOHNSON AWW Spoils Wrist So you think baseball is boring, do you? The IWor so baseball diehards who stuck around to see theGatordefeat Eckerd College 15-12 Wednesday afternoon pro bably ft It th. same way -through eight innings. WITWI TUE GATORS leading 11-4 going into the ninth. you probably couldn't have made. better investment than to bet that UF would come out with an easy victory. But holy heart attack. Eckerd sent 12 batten to the plate that inning, and by the time the third out had finally been recorded. Eckerd had a 12-Il lead. The Gates. however, were not to be outdone. DAVID RASSELL walked to open the bottom of the inning. and Keith Mororoft followed with a bunt single to put the winning run on base. Greg Hiesternian struck out on three foul bunts, but David Bowden grounded a game-tying single into right field to bring up Jim Joine, with two ,en on. Joiner responded by slamming a I-C slider over the right field fence for his seventh home run of the year and the winning three-nm margin. Till GATORS, now 21-22 overall and 5-9 in the Southeastern Conference, travel to Vanderbilt this weekend fov a Friday doubleheaders and a Saturday single game. Gate staffing pitcher Mike McCarthy opened tile ninth with a single and a walk, and was replaced by Craig Pippin. Pinch hitter Anthony Cettracehio singled hunt a run. and a walk loaded the bases. Kevin Watter.mi grounded an RB! single to make the score 21-6. and Willie Smith 'an,. on in relief of Pippin with the bases loaded. After striking out his lint batter. Smith walked Scott Kirby on 3-2 to force in Eckerd's seventh nn~ and reload the bases. THE FIRST pitch to Andre. Westervelt got away from catcher Joiner, who then threw the ball away trying to nail the runner racing ha from third as two runs scored. Westervelt walked, ad Wayne Politelli followed with a line su~g)e to left. UFI* Mdc Sod Mnnle allowed the baN to scoot under his glove, and two runs scored to tie the rn~e Bruce Baker thai became the fourth UP pitcher of the Inning, and his first pitch was bunted for a perfect wield. squeeze play es Politelli scored Eckerd's go-ahead run. Baker. however, retired the next two batten to end the inning and set up the Gaton Hollywood-style comeback. Cesare 4th becomes cage signee Malcolm Cesare. 6-9 prep 'tandout from Long Island. is the fourth University of INTRANIJEALS fhe deadline for signing up or men s independent handball has been extended to today Contact the IM office. 22q Fla. Gym. 3920581. At the fraternity swim meet Monday afternoon. SAE took first place in the Orange League. with ATO and DX in second and third places. In the Blue League. TX s"ani their '.ay to victory. SN was second and PKT third. There till be a frisbee throw today. 5:30 on Florida Field. All inteuue.d persons are invited to compete. For snore information about this dub. contact Ron Zomora. 392-0540. The IM department is looking lbr a student to do engraving on tropiiies and plaques. Contest the IN! office. Dormitory softball begins ioday. Teams should pick up their schedules -in the IN! office. Florida basketball signet fbr '975Cesare. who played on an America all-star team against the Russian National Junior learn last week, is from Holy Frinity Higb School in Hcksvlle. LI. HE LED his teem to the CHSAA state finals and scored 38 points in the state title game. [his past season he averaged 23 points and 12 rebounds per game. Cesare joins a list of signers which includes 6-7 Steve Porter of Akron. Ohio. 6.7 Aaron Bryant of Miami Jackson ano 6-4 junior college iranst~r Len Sanden of Fort Myen Edison Community College. Bryant. center from Jackson High in Miami. tarn a second tean~ All-State sutenwn ibis year and 'as named to the All-DUe county lean'. He averaged It? pSms per leame under coaEt inc C.ildtcIl and led hS team to the sensa-finals of the state 4* A playoffs this season ~uh a 28-S record. Jackson i.on the state title in 974 itigh a 33-0 slate. L Scuba Tank Sale LAST DAY AS EN'S AQILdTIC AND TRAIL sir' Wfl A~dOvFIRtv C7 V34233 Sdudoy 9~? r FISK SPECIALSIII Velvet Sword Toils Wogloiltatys. Painted Swords Mixed live becrers Feeder Fish Brick Swords Mind pilots. -.3-1.00 3-1.00 3-1.00 .4400 10-1.00 3-1.00 4-1.00 10 OAL STARTER SET INCLUDS: tank, gravel, filter, pump, tubing, floss chortoci logoltank 20g.1 tank 29 gal tank $4.50 $10.95 $1595 a ococ WHILE sumy SASIS I Pt. JM bw.s L 351 NW tUb St. 376-REEF p -a -----O&.wSdw~ 20 t.S.1~&bt II. 1975. Th~sdb ccl a. the EoilowIq Knuuul ,u.rnnnw AVENUE Lawn, Sat. 3 PM 'STRIVE' -North U L .9' .ini. L~" 1 *9 .0 1433 WEST UNIVERSITY