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Florida j Alligator R MAY 1975


67, NO. 131

.milistHMl" by Comput CommunIcation Inc., Comivitl. Florido Not officiolly o.cio'with the Unlvvrsity of Florida




I Cheating break-ins yield- 2 suspects- I IBy



.JOE MORAN In another weekend incident, a University College studentwas Although chemistry exams are kept in the office, none wen
Alligator Staff Writer nabbed after entering a Mechanical Engineering building. reported missing Shuler said.
Two UF students have been apprehended in two separate office to retrieve a test he had already completed. A FOURTH ENTRY occurred in Building"D" in an office
cheating-related break-Ins on campus, and two more cases of Both students have been referred to the Office of Student where accounting exams are stored. Again no tests wen
breaking and entering are under investigation, according to Conduct for disciplinary action, and therefore their names reported missing, Shuler said. Investigators have no leads b
University Police Department. (UPD) information officer Jim can not be revealed, Shuler said. the break-in.
Shulcr. IN ADDITION, investigators are looking into two other The two incidents in which no suspects have been ap
All four break-ins occurred between May 2 and May 5, weekend breaking and entering incidents, but had not prehended are still under investigation.
Shulcr said. captured any suspects as of Thursday afternoon. Shuler said information on the break-ins was not releases
A THIRD-YEAR Architecture and Fine Arts student was Shuler said a glass panel in an office door in Leigh Hall was until several days after they occurred because investigator.were
taken into custody after confessing to UPD investigators he found shattered and a trail of blood led from the office door toa 'afraid publicity would "drive the suspects un
had broken into a room in the Architecture and Fine Arts men's restroom. derground." .
Building to attempt to change his grade in a professor's grade _. _- _, ..- ..- .. .., _.._' ____ ..,., ___ .__............_ ...__.. L .....__..,... ,, _u
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Chairman quits ,



says legislature



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1. By STUART EMMRICH 4
.' i:'*''' Alligator Staff Writer a.f
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) ;wjAn actively recruited UF department chairman has
resigned his position, explaining the Florida legislature "does .
not have the commitment needed to create a great state
university."
Dr..James Heath, at UF for only a year, said he is going
back to his old job as a professor at the University of Illinois.
"MAYBE I IIAD the ,wrong idea when I came, but\ I
thought we would be able to build a first-rate program here. I
don't think it is possible anymore,'* Heath, said..
Although Heath admitted that improvements in the biologyand 'a
zoology departments were not feasible this year because z w
of financial problems, he added the attitude of the state
government also played a part in his leaving.
"I don't see any evidence there has been,or will ever be the
kind of commitment that it would take to create a first-rate
university in this state" Heath said. =
WHEN HEATH was interviewed for:, the department islanders photo by Iohn I
, chairman position, he said he expected the financial: support Fiji
the kind'of the state of
necessary to "provide" department Their dates were probably surprised when these vitations were delivered inside of bones, while the
Florida needs.
Especially needed were funds to almost double the numberof Fiji's appeared at the door deliver_ them Invitationsto "natives" themselves were painted purple an '
teaching assistants and to provide large increases in Fiji Island Weekend '75.' paraded In gross skirts down Museum Road to Sororih' I
operating capital, such as chemicals and glassware. The native mood was elaborately set: the In Row.
Heath estimated that, an additional $100,000()( ( would be
needed to provide the extra supplies and teaching assistants. -
"BUT,THIS,IS not a good time to say we need twice as Pre-exam called riporlBy
many teaching assistants," Heath added."I courses I
don't feel right about.it (not providing the program he
feels is necessary). I feel we have excellent students who KEVIN BLOOM NEWELL SAID IT IS "doubtful that significant poin
should get the best possible education. Alligator Staff Writer improvements would result from retaking the tests."
"I 1 think they ought to have the same chance for a good Private and usually expensive courses claiming to improvescores John Smith,director of media relations the Education
,education here that they-would have had attending a. school on the Graduate Records Examinations (GRE) and Testing Service supported Newell's statement. "Relate
.;,outside the state of Florida" Heath explained. Law School Admissions Tests (LSAT) receive mixed reviews., .studies show that a student repeating such an examination foa
: ,"HEATH SAID the number of lab hours a UF biology or Proponents' for the courses ,claim improvements of 70 second time might show slight improvement," Smith said
zoology student gets is less than a fourth of the national points or more,while opposition states test scores cannot be Smith said 'the ETS, does not 'encourage: or discourage
average."I improved by quick "refresher'courses." students from repeating tests, but.he said he finds private!
wanted to do something about that.Our students are not LAW SCIIOOL ASSISTANT admissions officer Joyce offered courses are "misleading and there,is'no evidence tha
getting the needed lab time," Heath said. Kates said the law school does not support or encourage their use improves scores."
Heath said there was "a lot of enthusiasm" for improving students to ,take private preparation."I JOHN MIKE, WHO TEACHES a private, preparatiot l
the department when he came to UF think the courses are an outright rip-off," Kates said.' course for$70 for both GRE's and LSATs disagrees: '.:
"BUT WE DID not know all these problems would come "We recommend students use the Prelaw Handbook to "I offer a refund to any student in my course who does no
up the Arabs raising the price of oil. the coming of a war, prepare for LSATs. improve his score by 70 points," Mike_ said. '"I've had on
time,,economy," The Handbook is compiled by the Educational Testing refund in the last year and a half."
He added he would not have agreed to come if the economic Service: the same company that makes up )the LSAT and Mike said preparation courses are necessary becaus
conditions were more ,apparent at the time. GRE's. It costs $3.95. GRE's and LSATs are based on "trickery" and student
': Still Heath insists his leaving should not be considered "a E.L. HUNT, UF law professor,.agreed. need to understand the semantics before' they can do well.
tit of anger." "1 think the Prelaw Handbook is the' best way to preparefor STUDENTS CAN ALSO prepare for examinations b
:, "ITS,JUST A case of a guy. coming ,down here with LSA Ts. The skills required for the ISATs are learned working with the UF's Reading and,Study.,Skills center free c
. dreams, and there is no way to fulfill them" he explained., over-a long period of time and cannot be.taught in a'matter of charge.Dr. .
1 ? ,Dr. Robert Bryan, vice president for academic: affairs said wield" he said. Garr Cranney Jr., director of the 'center'said studentare
he was "disappointed" but not surprised at Heath's Dr. John.Newell, College of Education assistant Dean, said' coached in specific skills such as vocabulary and reading
resignation.. students who take the private courses are generally ,students The emphasis is on individualized instruction, Cranne
.:*'' who have taken the tests once and are repeating to improvescores.
,(See 'Resignation' page nineteen) See 'Tests, page nineteen)



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I Ford accepts: ,C-ubanoverf.ures. ;'\\\Ja\\



WASHINGTON (UPI) In an apparent willingness. to consider returning a $2 million meeting in Washington) will lift its sanctionsthis ,,.

breakthrough in a 14-year-old hemisphericcold ransom from a hijacked U.S. plane plus week." "
war the White House Thursday accepted possible release of nine U.S. political He said a partial lifting of the embargo on i\\\\
what, appeared 'to' be overtures toward prisoners in Havana. food and medicines could be a positive first ,
,reconciliation by Cuban Premier Fidel Castro. The Democratic Senator from South step toward normalization of relations bet f: ,

Presidential Press Ron Dakota said Castro insisted on an end to the ween the two countries. \;
Secretary Nessen U.S. trade of Cuba "I would not say the senate and American
embargo as a prelude to a
said Castro "seems to have accepted what the'White but
House has genuine thaw in relations. He said he supported people are ready for restoring relations
referred to the
as mutualityof McGovern said.
the demand. we can begin taking steps.
Cuba obligation and the' U.S.improving" relations between- McGovern told a news conference he met "One reason I favor ,renewed relations is
with Castro Wednesday ,night and that the that it will bring about a more balanced .
His remarks were based on news reports talks continued at a post-midnight barbecueand situation. Ending the policy of embargo is a
from Havana quoting Castro at a news an automobile tour of Havana streets. that way to reduce Soviet influence not increaseit.
conference as saying "we wish for the peopleof lasted until 3 a.m. ."
the United States a wish of friendship.. "I very defiidtely.think the embargo should McGovern met with newsmen before. flying -
plus indicating during a talk with visiting .be hfted/'McGovern said. "I hope the OAS back 'to the United States from the four-day SEN. GEORGE MCGOVERN -

U.S. Sen. George McGovern. D-S.D., a (The Organization of American States now visit at Castro's invitation. talks with Castro I



friday / Silence is broken on CambodiaSTOCKHOLM I


/ (UPI) A Swedish journalist Friday stayed in Cambodia after the guerrilla takeover and took
capsule described Phnom Penh as a city of .terror following the refuge in the French Embassy. He was recently evacuated to
takeover of Cambodia by Khmer Rouge guerrillas April 17. Thailand but along with other journalists he refused to write
Herman Lindquist a correspondent for the Stockholm anything about his experiences until all foreigners had left
Congress workson newspaper Expressen who was trapped inside the city wrote Cambodia.
from Bangkok that after the short-lived jovial victory "The guerrillas went into stores and took food medicine,
celebration the mood turned sour and the country's new watches and alcohol." he said. "They wanted motorcycles
resettlementWASHINGTON rulers shut down all communications."Then cars and bicycles."
came terror and the nightmares began," he said in Lindquist said more than 2.000 persons sought asylum at
(UPI)-A House subcommittee Thursday the first of a series of articles. "The whole time'new guerrilla the Hotel Phnom. which the Red Cross set up as an international -
approved an initial $405 million for Vietnam refugee soldiers streamed into the city. They came from all directions neutral zone with large signs around it explaining
resettlement in "a quickie action" that permits President but'the new troops did not laugh.'They opened fire. They shot itt Cambodian that no soldiers or weapons were to be allowed
Ford to ask for more money later. in the air and along the street. through its gates.
At the same time the Senate passed a "good Samaritan"resolution "They hailed people by loudspeaker and told them to leave
welcoming Indochinese immigrants and ear the city immediately..but no one explained where the First rebate checks
marked S17 million in leftover military aid as a starterfundfor people. should go or why. If any of the confused people
resettlement operations. hesitated,one in a group was shot so that the others knew that
The $405 million approved by the House Appropriations the (orders) were for real." will be mailed today
subcommittee is the appropriation that will finance the Lindquist was one of a handful of foreign newsmen who

separate refugee resettlement bill being processed by the BIRMINGHAM Ala. (UPI A Treasury Departmentcenter
House Judiciary Committee. The appropriation bill was sent Angry parents protestat in Birmingham Friday will mail 3.5 million federal
to the full appropriations committee for action and the two income tax rebate checks totaling more than $378 million to
companion bills will likely. come to a House floor vote next taxpayers in 11 states Internal Revenue Service (IRS)officials
week. South Boston said Thursday.The .
Subcommittee members said the panel 'cleared only $405 againBOSTON checks to be mailed Friday will go to persons who filed
million instead of the $507 million Ford wanted because (UPI)- Some 500 white residents and students income tax returns early In the year including all who have
government officials said the refugee influx might be slightly staged an angry demonstration today as buses carrying black received tax refunds said IRS spokesman Denton Lankford.
smaller than anticipated.The officials tentatively revised their students arrived at South Boston High School. The checks ranging from $100 to $200 will be mailed out
estimate of"certain",refugee arrivals downward from 130,000 About 270 state and local police five on horseback arid\ 36 in groups each week according to the order In which incometax

to 115,000. on motorcycles broke up the protestors but arrested none of returns were filed he said. The last checks will be mailed
Appropriations committee chairman George H. McMahon them. the second week of June.
D-Tex. described the subcommittee vote as "some kind of Police Supt. Jodan said the white "Individuals who
Joseph parents and filed later on In the filing season, and who
quickie action" designed to get action started on refugee students started to in when the buses due refund
move containing the are a will receive one check with their refund and
resettlement. blacks arrived, but police pushed them back.. their rebate figured In the same check. Lankford said.


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C', 1h.Ind.pand.ntflorfda Alligator Friday May t. Ins,.....3


.. ..,..J''J'' 'J. You A Superstar t ? ....' ,_ Gov. Askew opposed :

h" > Today" is the lest "Cly'to Register." : ,

Find out by entering the

:.;' : :t'First:',, : Annual 'American Cancer Society to student regent planBy
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May 16th, 17th, & 18th BRIAN JONES that it will become law'even if the legislature.
Alligator Staff Wrtler doesn't take fee resolution.
:': 't,; ; up a

.A.n.._...... Florida Governor Reubin Askew told UF Presently tuition fee increases:
Tennis "-' become law if the legislatorsdon't
Obstacle Course automatically
stator euprrstars new student government leaden Thursday them. '
'he opposed to adding students to the Board act on

Swimming A Quarter Mile Regents.. "If tuition is to be raised,we would at least
Askew said he has not yet decided whetherhe like to have our day in the legislature," Eaton
would actually veto a student regents bill if
100 Yd. Dash Shot Put
the legislature passes one this session."I said.ASKEW SAID he, didn't provide for a
THINK; IF we add a student to the
tuition increase
in his budget "because I do
Board of Regents we can get into conflict and
feel that wind
you can up pricing people out
cross purposes between the universities of the educational market."
Askew said.A .
t Men: Football Passing Women:' Softball Throw dozen UF students ,including student Defending his "bare-bones" budget.
body president elect Jim Eaton talked with Askew said he did not ask the legislature for
Competition is open to every UF student Askew for twenty minutes Thursday about the any new taxes because new taxes would be
university's budget, the pending tuition hike "inflationary."
r. with divisions for
special Varsity Athletes
, : and the student regent bills now in the "If the,states try to increase taxes that will
'
Entrance fee is $5 legislature: dilute the impact of the tax rebate program.
Earlier in the day, Eaton Vice Presidentelect Were trying to pull in our belts and play
a
Rgh..e MIy 5-5 M fit Onion, !M :
or IIIIIIInt
......... Wink tfnetfy to fit Amrian :.- Dan Lobeck and Treasurer elect Caleb proper role in the ,nation" Askew said.
SocJtty 1In NW 13* BUM, Uwwlllt, Ftarkta.. Grimes began plans to try to rescind a
37MM0Public mandatory summer attendance plan passedby AMONG THE GROUP of students who ,a

.......c.Announcamant I by Safety Hi..Sari ......Jacbftnvtlla ....and the Indapandant. the regents Monday. 'talked with Askew were two who are "laying
florid THE STUDENT LEADERS told Chancellor the groundwork" for a UF student lobby.

Designate ET' York, they would "liketo Bob Klausner, 1LW. ,. ,and Kathy Koplin
work with his office'for 'a new summer 4JM, said they plan to do what they can "at
Alligator.MOTHER'S proposal,because if we can get a united front, this late date" in the session and work to set
there is a good chance we can get the regentsto up a permanent UF student I lobby for next
rescind their summer policy,"'Eaton said.
.
The regents passed ,4-3 a rule requiring allstudents year.The
? who enter four year universities,with Florida Student Lobby, a cooperative ,
DAY less than 90 quarter,hours to take at least 15 'effort of six state'universities including UF is
hours' during summer sessions before still active but beset by financial and legal.

,graduating. complications.
York the university presidents and the EATON SAID THE UF students met
'
Student body, presidents have all said I they "socially" with state Senator Bob Saunders,
don't like the regents'mandatory plan. D-Gainesville, and Senator Kenneth
SOUNDING OUT Askew on higher MacKay, D-Ocala, Wednesday night "just to
tuition Eaton said he is particularly unhappy get acquainted..'


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SPECIAL
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; American Indian 'Silver : 'f' -
. An anesthesiology intern at the UF medical! Perry was found with a nitrous oxide tank

: : ,* &" To rquoise Jewelry ,Sale -" -: .- :' school was found dead in his Gainesville' and mask, but it is not known if;these,items

; apartment Thursday. ', ,were related:to"his:death.. ,.:
Joel 27 ,was found nude, face down
Friday & ,Saturday Only' Perry ., ': An eyewitness said police can arrived at 11
in, his living room bY'' two fellow interns at,
., 'a.m., and removed what he believed to be"a
'Williamsburg 'Apartments, according to Sgt. '
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body at ..3 .
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a u Department:(GPD). is under investigation by GPD.
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:, ,. .. ;H''S.i'' !' .' Garcia' improves to'fair conditionMaria .

"Custom work our speci&ty"Leather
Garcia '4JM. ,was reported in fair' a fall from a second story window ledge at

Jewelry" Gifts condition' Wednesday at W.T., Shands Tolbert Hall April 30. "
Teaching Hospital. A hospital spokesman said Garcia has been

'CV-oMon-Sot10.6 1 by eppt awning&Son University 373-7470 removed from the hospital's Intensive care
Garcia was in critical condition for a week unit and is being treated in a regular'patient
after suffering severe head injuries as a result ward.Are .



.4 lndpfldnt Florida Alligator Friday,May t.1978




I UF cuts SDecialaid to student lobby


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By DEBBIE IBERT university administrators feared sending the, Director Dave Sigerson will receive S120 a the legislative session. UFs contribution to
Alligator Staff Writer money to the organization: would be, illegal. week in the form of consultants fres for the the lobby will amount to approximately $960,
UF has cancelled its $2,800 check to the The lobby was formed last March to rest of the session. For the four weeks left in instead of the $2,800 originally allocated.

struggling Florida Student Lobby in represent student Interests in the legislature.The .
Tallahassee, but will continue to support the six sponsoring universities agreed to
organization? by,paying the salaries of its two ,contribute funds equalling 10 cents per '
..
employes. student from each university* H'?I, & '7 '," I ',,:' : : ..: ',''' : : ,'::,
UF Controller Joseph Hough said he held BECAUSE SENDING A check for any : '
back the check because an opinion issued by a amount to the student lobby' ;is legally
Department of Education attorney said questionable, UF"held back the money while There.o.ught
student fees could'not be used to pay a private trying to find a legal way to spend it," Eaton .

lobbying organization. explained. ,
ALLOCATED BY THE sponsoring
Eaton met with UF Tom
universities' Hough Attorney
student governments, the funds
could only be used by the lobbyists for Biggs and UF Business Manager Richard
Schiffli and decided UF could contribute its lobe'
salaries, travel and daily expenses, the
share by picking up the weekly salaries for the .
said.
opinion Jim Eaton, UF student body presidentelect lobby director and his assistant. ill / \ ,'..%...t v.t.t ';:,!, "

said the check was cancelled because Director Mark Hammond and Asst., t ; ..
11 i..I 4>i '-.:.i, '

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Book exchange does well, I I
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In its first year of business, the Student throughout the year and have not,sold them By BRIAN JONES Bill 916: abolishing mandatory the 12
Government consolidated book exchange has must reclaim them or they will become SO Alligator Staff Writer hour class contact rule for faculty, was
sold $7,650 worth of books, according to Lori property and given to prisons or, charity. approved by the Education Committee and is
now on the House floor,.
Caldwell, student body vice president."It
1 EDITORS NOTE. Each The
Caldwell said :the book exchange was Friday,
Bill 1104: directing the
was a big success. Fall quarter we sold Department of
will review the of various
successful because students have received Alligator progress
'
twice''as books as we sold in two Education .to equalize x.university ,faculty
many
I'bills In the Florida which
more money for their books sold than the LegUatara an
salaries between and
Caldwell said. "Next men and
last women
quarters year year I I to students. For farther In
Important
bookstores would and students paid less
well concentrate on expanding it and keepingit pay providing $970,000 for the plan, is in the
for books bought as compared the higher ,I formations on bills, Interested persons can Education Committee.
open more hours. mark-up rate at the bookstores.The CALDWELL SAID there has been a I Bill 1178: reducing BOR terms from
security problem and any students who have book exchange will be open next week In the Florida House: nine to five,years is in the Education Com
not back for books should from 10:30 a.m.to 12:30 and ,mittee.
gotten money bringin p.m. on Monday Bill 110: to require state accident insurance
their receipts and they will be reimbursed. Wednesday and from 10:30 a.m.to 2:00 p.m. for students in university athletic Bill 1215: to exempt university campuses
All students who have brought books in on Friday. is in the Education Committee. A from state traffic fines provided the BOR
.,., I programs
M. j W. draws up its own fines, is in the Education
Senate compainion bill is in the Senate
Committee.
'Hi. Education Committee.
'. Bill 192: directing the Board of O Bill 1280: allowing the BOR to contract
Education to coordinate university and with private universities for programs and
community college calenders,has been with services was approved by the Education
drawn from consideration because its Senate Committee and is now in Appropriations. A
f counterpart has passed the Senate, has been similar bill in the Senate. SB 741 is in the
sent to the House and is now in the House Education Committee.
Education Committee. Bill: 1440. providing UF $200,000 to

Bill 267: to require state banks to offer study lethal palm tree yellowing is in the
student loans is in the Education Committee. Education Committee. A similar bill in the
Bill 344: (the Martin bill) requiring Senate SB 708 is in the Agriculture Com

active legislative approval,of tuition hikes, is m ittee. ,
in the Education Committee. Bill 1 1483: adding I student represen-
Bill 395: adding one student to the tative to collective bargaining councils, is in
Board of Regents (BOR), was approved by the Commerce Committee.In .
the Education Committee and is now in the Florida 'Senate:,
Appropriations. A similar bill in the Senate Bill 259: providing universities the rightto
SB 265, adding three students to the BOR is maintain confidential faculty evaluation
< ,.Jj: '.i I files, was the Education Com-
:;: on the Senate floor for debate sometime next approved by
week. mittee and Is now on the Senate floor.
: Bill 456: allowing full-time state em-
E: ., Bill 401
: : allowing direct
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support ployees to enroll for up to five free class hours
; '.organizations such as alumni associations
to
per quarter in state universities, is in the
';j .use university property and services was Governmental Operations Committee.Bill .
..... .. .. approved by,the Education Committee and is 904 BOR tuition
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photo by |john moron;: I now in Appropriations. Senate companionwas fees for next year, is in the Education
approved by the Senate Education Committee.
Committee and is now in the Senate
seized
Pot in UPD recordsetterUniversity Governmental Operations Committee.

Bill 591:-removing students' power to Military ball set
divide student service fees, is in the Education
Police Department (UPD) investigators have made the largest marijuana seizure I Committee. The Military Ball, sponsored annually by
in the history of the department according to UPD information officer Jim Shuler. Bill 707: to establish a Florida Open the UF,Military Science Department will be
University is in the Education : held Friday at the! Gainesville Hilton.
Investigators confiscated six and one-half pounds of Colombian marijuana in a men's west Committee.
campus dormitory room. Shuler said. .. Bill 814: providing legislative approval The band "Flagship"; ,,starts playing at 9
HOWEVER NO ARRESTS were.made in'the May 1 drug raid. Shuler said, because the for tuition is in the Education Committee A p.m. Tickets are $6 per couple and are
matter is still under investigation.Shuler similar billin the Senate SB 530 was approved available on campus In Van Fleet Hall.
said details of the case and the names of unspecified number of suspects have been by the Senate Education Committeeand Three UF coeds have been selected from 15
referred to the Office of Student Conduct. 'is in the Senate Rules and Calender contestants as finalists in the competition for
,Committee. Queen of the un ball._ __
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Succulent fried riwtfhp .wvod with Shrimp Kompl ..... with a Alligator Staff Writer
d OOllClOWt grouper flftOOffc (O fOG dolklov fU of SWoln steak Sotvod The Regional Utilities Board (RUB)cut sewer rates slightly
wMh your choice of potato orpaghoM wild your choico of potato or SUMMER RAn Monday before more than 75 angry, and still dissatisfied
and cola slow.. $3.25 tpogh...end col.stow. U95I7IAK Gainesville residents.
pet
47fl perlOnper
ftOUNMTirCKAlTondor AM STUmD SHMMPSwff VfU month The cut would reduce the average user's bill by only few
dottaov iof ..hoH crab and Ow Inflfflp ftOfVOO with a cents a month but would reduce the heavy user's bills,up to 10
Moo flounder toivod with your delicious fr&wt. or ,loom JNufc cent. .
clwk.0 potato or tpoghoM. and wOloct choke' Color TV In every opt. per
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.cols... S195 SpOQnOlR your.end cole HOW ot .a palate 81.13itahan oc oFumlshodolndlvlduol Some of the utility customers said their rates had more than
bedrooms tripled. '
I oGa Grill A STUDY of a proposal for further cuts,introduced by City
fisbemmn .Pool Commissioner Joseph Little.was ordered for the board's May

2310 SW'13th st.i I 21 meeting.
only 2 I block>> to'campu The RUB figures sewer rates on the percentage: of a
We Master resident's total water that is estimated to return to the sewer
accept Charge NOW looting for 'fall system for treatment through sinks, bathtubs and toilets.

and BankAmericard .1. 914 SW 8th Av..'3787224Return Water used for drinking washing can or watering lawns is
not returned to the sewage system and not treated for reuse.
and therefore should not be charged a sewage fee.
,A rate is assessed for each 1.000 gallons of sewage returnedto
the system. At the old RUB estimate of 81 per cent water
returned and treated, a person using 10,000 'allons of water
would be charged for 8,100 gallons of sewage.
SGP Presents THE AVERAGE, persons uses between 45 and 75 gallons of
water a day,or about 1,500 gallons a month.
Despite shouts from the audience of"you're rich, you can
afford it," and "You. won't be, elected again." the RUB
'f] limited it's cuts to:
'a A reduction from 81 per cent to 68 per cent of the

t JE' : estimated. amount of total water returned to the sewage'

rte : system.A
reduction from .90 to .80 in the cost of each' 1,000
Li.LL Ill! Li.l. gallons of water used after the first 4,000 gallons; the first
.. 4,000 gallons would cost $1.18 per 1,000 gallons.
'U, No fee charge after 14,000'gallons of consumption, the
present 18,000 limit, retroactive to last month's bills for users
Ellj l [j; lillt of more than 14.000 gallons. "

COMPLAINING that they were being charged sewage fees
for watering their yards audience members petitioned the
; .' : t..t. board for more than an hour.
J L.r I.1r, One protestor, Mrs. Rebecca Robinette, who lives in a'
trailer on NW J 13th Street, said her sewage bill jumped from
1'L't\ : ttLLi.L! S4.39 to S15 in April.
E' Robinette said she had watered her yard a lot in April and

,. had used 12,000 gallons 'as compared to 3,000 gallons in
March. .
"MY WATER RATE rose from $3.75 to $10.50. I don't
.. ... mind paying extra for water I use but it's not right for me to
pay sewage bills for watering my yard,"she said. ,
,!j. Robinette added that her total bill for April was $26.56 as

'.': ). compared to.$8.52, in March.
11i Little received cheers from the audience with his comment
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that the sewer charge was the,only rate he knew of that
"charged people for something they didn't get."
LITTLE SAID the decrease of the limit from 18.000 to
14,000 gallons would help the heavy user but would have little
effect on the average person.
"Most people don't use much more than about 4,000
gallons of water per month, excluding watering the lawn. If
they do water their lawns that's still 10,000 gallons they're
paying sewage bills,on," he said. ,
Little's plan, which he said would be "closer to being more
equitable to more people"called for a 5,000 gallon maximumfor
dwellings of less than five rooms; an 8,000 gallon
maximum for dwellings of five to seven rooms; and an 11,000
gallon maximum for eight rooms or more. .
L:td2 L:: THE FIRST ,4,000 gallons would cost $1.18 per 1,000
gallons. It would cost 90 cents per gallon after that up to the
14.000 gallon ,limit.,.
I '( jlrItHl The proposal met with cheers from the audience but

groans from the RUB .' ,
to Forever Utilities director Robert Roundtree and other board
members were worried 'about loss of revenue under Little's
CHICK COREA system. ,
"THE BOARD will agree'there are some glaring inequitiesin
The Eleventh House .the system. But. we 'would find ourselves in very bad
financial trouble if we'accepted this proposal" Roundtreesaid.

Larry Coryell The. final vote found only Little and County Commissioner

Perry McGriff approving the plan.
,V ''th Sf r If' '(: J i Cujf'StsSTRIVE However, County Commission chairman Jack Durrance
t suggested the economic:effects of the proposal be studied and
presented for consideration at the board's next meeting.
SOME IN the audience were concerned that they were notable
to keep their yards attractive with the high rates.
One man said the RUB should be concerned with "keeping
Gainesville the beautiful place it is," by charging rates low
3:00 pmSaturday enough to allow people to take care of their yards.,

May 10 Others were concerned with more. basic. problems.
On4 man said hemight.needjto. 'build.an.outlfqijse"Weskept ..If,
Union North Lawn { gbhVg; lip' ..rd another wotairi' *vowed to.,start
counting the number of times she flushed her toilet.



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UF spent $2,109 to appoint Robert Bryan Marston announced his support of Bryanfor Other expenses such as long distance phone
vice president for academic affairs. the position and the Board of Regents calls, lunches.Xerox and postage added up to
Most of the money went to pay travel expenses gave final approval Monday. $302.
for the off-campus candidates interviewed Bryan was interim vice president for almosta THE FUNDS FOR the search came from
by ,the Vice Presidential Search year before being named to,the permanent Marston's budget for travel and concessions
Committee and for advertising in national position. according to Hugh Cunningham, UF public
publications. TRAVEL EXPENSES for the four off- information officer.
THE COMMITTEE screened more than ,campus candidates cost S722.55.
200 candidates and made secret recommendations Advertising in wide circulation periodicals, Some of the advertising expenses were also
to UF President Robert, Q.. one of the requirements of UF's Affirmative paid by the Office for Administrative AffairS ROBERT BRY AN-
Marston last week. Action program, came to SI,085. Cunningham slid. .appointed over 200 candidates I


I RUB focon.frontUFBy Stewart Udall/ // to speak

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during Earth Week at UF
JUDY MOORE authorized by the Board of Regents to pay no
Alligator Staff Writer more than 26 cents per $1,000 gallons of -
water during the fiscal year ending June 30, ByDREWDAIIL 9:00, p.m.: "Silent Running," a movie,
UF's ,refusal to pay increased city water 1975. Alligator Staff Writer North Lawn. Reitz Union.WEDNESDAY .
rates'drew ire from Regional Utilities Board ELMORE SAID'Gainesville is obligated bya all day:' solar energy
(RUB) members and resulted in the appointment decision of the Florida Supreme Court to display. Union.
of a task force to confront,UF and supply UF with free water. Stewart Udall. former U.S. Secretary of the THURSDAY. I.. p.m.Dr.. James
legislative delegates. He: said the legislature later passed a bill Interior will speak at UF May 14 as part of Henany Woodlands Project, lecture- Union,
sponsored by a local legislative delegation to Earth Week '75 activities. 122.
UF's water rate was raised from 26 cents to require UF to pay for utilities. The.speech'at 8,p.m. at the J. Wayne Reitz' 9 p.m.: "The Air We Breath" a movie,
52 cents per 1,000 ,gallons March 31. The'increase President Marston has agreed to,meet with Union, is co-sponsored by the Environment Union 356.
would cost UF an additional $15,000per the city task force at a conference be Action Croup and University College Council. FRIDAY, 8 a.m. to SATURDAY. 9
month. arranged by City Manager Harold Farmer; OTHER ACTIVITIES, SCHEDULED, a.m.: Aluminum recycling competition. ,
THE TASK force was ordered after Other members of the city force include ARE* commuter lot.'
discussion by board members of the feasibilityof Gainesville Mayor Neil Butler; chairman of MONDAYS I p.m.: Mark Brown lectureon O SATURDAY, 1 p.m.: Legislative
taking UF to court or cutting their water the County Commission. Jack Durrance; and energy, Union 122. workshop, Union 122.
off. City Attorney Osee Fagan. 4 p.m.: 'Essay contest entries due. 12 noon: free picnic behind Broward Hall.
Marston said, "I believe UF should pay an '8 p.m., "The Air We Breath" a movie. 2:30: p.m.: camping trip leaves for Hopkins
Utilities Director Robert Roundtree said appropriate fee for water. I 'understand that Union 356. Praire.
that all ,areas should be explored to'try to the legislature in continuing to authorize TUESDAY 1 p.m.: Susan Bayly lectureon The EAG will have an infromation booth
"resolve the situation without litigation.: payment for water, will set a dollar figure, Wildwood Water Wastes Union 122. open all week on the plaza aad recycling
William Elmore UF vice president for which we will be allowed to pay and we will 2:15 p.m.: Tour of Coastal Engineering information and demonstrations on the 2nd
administrative affairs said UF has been pay that amount.*' Complex; meets at Union. floor of the union.





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,; C C t, Alligator Staff Writer .chapters and one colony on campus. There
'of'., f:. ...;. ,: are 17 sororities and three colonies.
',.;tmfl": tJ, Because of increased interest by black "IT'S TRUE THAT the new chapters here
:::'. ':" : : students in fraternity and sorority life on and the increase in pledges 'are due to the
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I. "' tM 'I granted at UF in the last three years have Burrell assistant dean for student services
''' l J.! 'ft fraternaties and sororities. "It hasn't been that way for the past few
rf" : :: : \, ,, Two of these charters were granted this years" continued Burrell. "In 1967.68. 1.100

.' ", spring; one.to the Phi Beta Sigma fraternityon men pledged. By 1972, that number had been
Wednesday, and one to the Delta Sigma cut in half. Since '72, the pledge trend has
; ..rt =: 1 ... Theta sorority in March. increased about 10 to 15 per cent a year. For
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..\ H..;\, Iii I\\ "IN THE PAST:THREE years," said Don, 1974<1975, about 900 men pledged,' he said.
Emerson!, president of the InterfraternityCouncil UF sororities also show growth-4n the
,((1FC), three new national fraternities number of new chapters on campus with two
j '' have been chartered at UF and a colony is in new charters granted within the past 12
: residence, at Yon Hall (a colony is a unit not months and a third expected later this month.
yet chartered). All four represent "ALL THREE OF these new sororities are
predominantly black national fraternities."But predominantly black national sororities,"
t ', I ,. there's a definite interest in all said Lily Striker, recording secretary for the a
n '
'. fraternities on campus. There's no doubt Panhellenic Council.
about that. We've got one of the largest Greek "During the past five years sorority
Make a difference systems In the Southeast. And right now, two pledging at UF did not suffer a decrease in
c t new national fraternities are looking to any year, always pledging more in each
$ih : The Independent Florida or.. long, and the office a cave,
i",: ":. Alligator It looking for .reporters but the work Is Important and the establish their chapters on our campus, succeeding year," said Lois Sparkman
and sports writers to help us experience Itself Is worthwhile. Emerson said.Fee. assistant dean for student services.

',:: cover campus, city and state Anyone Interested. should come
events. to the rear of the College Inn,
,"'. ,. The pay Isn't much, the hours 1728 W. University Ave. hike study proposed I


In an effort to "keep the Board of Regents Martin's resolution calls for a joint com-
from imposing a special tax in the form of mittee of the House Representatives and the
., fees" on students Rep., Sidney Martin D- Senate to study the fee hike and "alter or
Hawthorne has filed a resolution calling for a amend the fee schedule in the best interest of
study of the proposed fee bike. the state."

o When You Think of Diamonds Martin said, "I couldn't in good conscience
allow the increase to g\ through without According to Martin's legislative aide Jan
f Think trying to stop it.. McGee Martin's view is that if more money is
The regents have approved a per credit fee needed to finance higher education the
schedule of 14 for freshman and sophomores burden should be put on the taxpayers of
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March 1 highway crash may result in a were participating in at the timeof the crash.
revision of Florida traffic law. The frat brothers were involved in a
Sen. Bob Saunders of Gainesville said he Gainesville-to-Tallahassee marathon run to
intends to forward a recommendation of the raise money for the heart fund.
Taylor County Grand Jury to Senate
Trasportation Committee Chairman Ralph Al Alsobrook executive assistant to
Poston of Miami. Saunders said Saunders "will communicatewith
The grand jury, in a one-page summary Sen. Poston to look into" the need for
report recommended a prohibition of night new traffic legislation to prevent .a
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recommended for SG entertainment. Cline said this was to
DEBBIE ERICKSON dependable than students who have classes and tests, she for the increased: amount of free entertainment."The .
pay
Alligator Staff Writer explained. attendence at all paid events was dropping and the
THERE WERE A lot of little areas where salaries were
if it a movie students
was
attendence at free events even had
The Student Government Budget and Finance Committee increased, Cline said. seen 25 times was increasing" she said.
recommended Tuesday that four SG funded organizationsreceive The addition of an Honor Court secretary and a costume probably INTERMURALS RECEIVED the third largest budget

a$3.500 to$28,400 budget increase next year. assistant for the Florida Players increased the budget by increase of 55,450. "This was mainly due to the rising cost of
SG salaries received the highest budget increase recom $1,410.
and utilities all "
Phone electricity especially: cost more
mendation. Sue Cline budget ,and finance committee Cine said the costume assistant, who will only be paid living.
member said the the main increase' was career service summer quarter was needed because of the increased workload Cline said. also received added
intermurals an
department
The expense

employes'salaries.. .. for all members during that quarter."A .
of to purchase their own marking equipment
having
"A FULL-TIME secretary, for the finance division was SECOND secretary was added to the Honor Court staff
added eliminating college work service personnel. This was last winter quarter to help handle the incrcawdcase load. The she said. the new expense Cline said the athletic
done because of a new law stating all bills must be paid 30 salary for the new secretary was reflected in the new budget Explaining
the
will allow intermurals
departmentto
longer
days after receiving the bill," Cline said. This law covers all only. One secretary will take care of bad checks and the other department no
their marking equipment for sports events. The
organizations funded by SG she said. will take care of.cases," Cline said. use new
$1.400. Cline said.
will cost approximately
"A full-time secretary was hired because she is more The second largest budget increase, $22,500. was equipment}
GATOR GROWL WILL also receive $3,500 more next
year than they did this year. Cline said this was due to an
overall cost increase. _
"Last year SG donated $9,500 to Gator Growl and they
I Bill bans university advertising spent $23,000. This year because,of the increased cost of

fireworks electricity and maintenance the Gator Growl
committee is estimating the cost to be$28,000"she said.

By DEBBIE IBERT THE BILL FORBIDS recruitment but allows universitiesand Last year Gator Growl lost money because of free admission
Alligator Staff Writer colleges to publicize athletic, cultural and performingarts to students and the general public. Cline said. Next
events. Advertising would also be allowed for lectures year, the Budget and Finance Committee recommended
seminars, and commencement exercises. students be charged no admission because they are paying
Universities and community colleges may have to stop University and community college continuing education indirectly through SG and that 75 cents to $1.25 be chargedto
actively recruiting students through advertising campaigns ifa programs which offer conferences non-credit courses and the general public.Student.
bill before the House Education Committee becomes law. training programs would no longer be allowed to advertise
"We shouldn't be breaking our necks to recruit people to these unless a professional association cosponsoring the
spend tax dollars," the bills sponsor, Rep. Van Poole, R-Fort program paid for the ad in full. turnoutsmallest ,
Lauderdale.said."We don't need new students we can't even Dr. Lee Henderson, director of the state Division of
take care of the number of students piling in (to community Community Colleges, said "the exemptions as.I.I understand
colleges and universities) right now." them are not broad enough." in cityGainesville's
POOLE'S BILL prohibits state-supported universities, "We have a commitment to equal access and equal opportunity
community colleges and high schools from running advertisements plans. .if we're going to get minority students we three student precincts
predominantly
to encourage more people to enroll or register in must recruit one way or another."
reported the lowest voter turnouts of the city's 16 precincts inTuesday's
with thebill's
classes.A: IIENDERSON SAID HE had "no disagreement"
House Education subcommittee passed the proposal 3-2 intent to cut student recruiting from advertisements.The city commission election.
Thursday after exempting some advertising functions from problem headed is "where does useful public Information The J. Wayne Reitz Union had only 217 students voting out
the prohibition.Poole end and active recruitment begin" of 3,645 registered a 5.9 per cent voter turn: out.
said the bill is primarily aimed at colleges and Some advertising is necessary to "make sure minority and Nearby P.K. Yonge, also a heavily-student district, had the
universities which conduct intensive advertising campaigns to part-time students know about various programs." Hen second lowest turnout with only 272 people voting out of 2.865

attract more students. derson said registered.
"LAST YEAR,WE(the House Appropriations Committee) DR. HANK GORODANO, assistant vice chancellor of Santa Fe Jr. College precinct (west campus) followed with
became disgusted by the advertisements to recruit students in academic affairs in the state university system, said the advertising 264 voting of the 1.932 registered-or a 13.5 per cent.
non-academic'courses' like macrame or belly-dancing or howto restrictions will pose some problems for "outreach" For the city as a whole, turnout was 18 per cent of the total
train your dog." he explained. programs in metropolitan areas that rely on part-time registered voters.
While these types of courses are paid for by charging students from outside the university. Supervisor of Elections Alma Bethea said the reason for the
students, and'not by funds from the state, Poole said he "My concern is how can you let people know these courses low percentages was that many students register to vote onlyto
objected to the advertisements being paid out of general are available to them. how do you'reach individuals in the use the voter registration card as an ID or proof of Florida
revenue funds.' community without using the media to advertise?",he asked. residency but are not interested in city government.City .
Poole said some schools offer and ,advertise the non- The point of the bill Poole said, is to stop pulling students Commission candidate Ann Winnie who missed
academic courses to lure more person into the school and into an educational system that can't afford quality programsfor making the runoff by 97 votes, blamed the low student turn
then encourage the new students to register for accredited the students it has. out for her loss.
courses. That way the school builds up its FTE (full-time "We shouldn't be advertising for students at all while the Winnie won the Reitz Union precinct easily won at P.K.
... student equivalent)which determines how much state money budget is so tight," he continued. "In fact, we should be Yonge by a'small margin over Aaron Green and followed
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1 .. Saturday night.from 9 to 1 in underground Sledd B.
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EDITORIALPanhandling






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The phrase "class warfare" can create as much

animosity as any in the language. As they used to 1r
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say up in the hills, "Them's fightin' words." .,
This week City Commisssioner Russell Ramsey '
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expressed concern that a proposed anti. ba

panhandling ordinance might be taken as a "war :
against a certain class of people."

The matter was sent to city attorney Osee

Fagan, who will make a proposal for: an ordinance
which would ban panhandling.

Ramsey told his fellow commissioners the

ordinance should be enforceable to all socio-

economic groups. While Ramsey is correct in not

wishing to abridge the rights of the poor, his logicis

steeped in inaction.It t9They

reminds us of Anatole France, who said, "The

law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich.as wellas kill 'commies' don't ?
the poor'to sleep under bridges, to beg in the they

streets. and to steal bread." I

Certainly, an panhandling ordinance would I was sitting around my apartment the other day, debating Thieu,who jailed opposition candidates, "has implemented a I
not discriminate against bankers or city com whether or not to see the latest Linda Lovelace movie, when I program that no tyrant in history has dared to do. I
missioners. But an ordinance would not have to came across a copy of the May 1 Alligator. Turning to the And Tim defended the war and the military machine in :
editorial page. I saw that my old friend Tim Condon had a columns of Jan. 20 and Jan. 21, 1972; in the latter column, he
discriminate against any "socio-economic group"as column on page 8, so I read what Tim had to Say about Ngo used the word "commies" and referred sarcastically to "the :
long as it prohibited panhandling. Dong, his former karate instructor.It Veterans for Surrender...er.'Peace."' These are the jokes, I
Jacksonville ran into problems with an ordinance seems that Tim wrote about "the Communist yoke..the folks. In this Jan. 21, 1972 column which defended ROTC at
which was directed at reducing' Communists enslaving his people..a society being taken over some length ("military science, which has been granted a
and destroyed by the savagery of communism." At first I
panhandling, but it was so that it also
vague thought Tim's awful rhetoric ("children with his blood
restricted vagrancy. It was ruled unconstitutionalby coursing through their veins") was a result of a lack of (r DAVID MILLER ) 1
the U.S. Supreme Court. journalism training, as law students aren't always syntactical ;
Joe Little, newly re-elected city commissioner, splendors.
expresses the desire to see,Pagan come up with: a THEN I REMEMBERED that Tim is a former Alligator place on almost every university curriculum Concerned with" )j!
tighter, less ordinance than the one in editor and has written quite a few editorials and columns for the real world since the beginning of time"), Tim referred to
'vague the paper. As a matter of fact, Tim Condon on Sept. 24, 973 "our own UF Vets for 'Peace'just as he would put the word
Jacksonville. "It will take some real care, is the wrote a column defending the murder of Chilean President "peace" in quotation marks in a editorial of May 2, 1973, I
way he phrased it. We agree, and add-it is badly Salvador Allende;the column was titled "Allende death relief when he was editor. I
needed. tor Chile." Tim has 'called himself a "libertarian" since Sept., 1971
It wouldn't be so bad if the panhandlers were What did Tim have to say about a democratically elected (see Sept. 27, 1971 Alligator), yet after his pro-war editorials i
the exceptions, but they have become the rule in president? According to Tim. Allende,"proceeded to nearly of the spring of 1973, BiU Dunn and Abby Goldsmith wrote a
certain destroy his country economically and otherwise..His legacy letter that was printed in the May 2, 1973 Alligator. The
areas. was repression, poverty inflation and chaos, the normal byproducts letter read in part: "Those people who persist In rationalizing
Certain blocks of West University Avenue and of throughgoing (sic) socialism." the immorality of the war in Vietnam in any manner have
'13th Street are so crowded with panhandlers it is a And so it goes, without a word about ITT, the CIA and ceased to be libertarians."
rare occasion when ,one can escape. other Chilean operatives who worked to overthrow the As early as Dec. 1. 1971. the Alligator printed a pro-war
And on top of that, some panhandlers have "Marxist tyrant" Tim Condon wrote about. letter by Tim, Brian Donerly, CREEP; agent Mike Carr and
become obnoxious. One restaurant Does Tim justify the murder of leftists as William F. three other members of Young Americans for Freedom of
apparently Buckley Jr. did in a Chile-oriented column published in the which Tim was vice chairman In 1971. Come to think of it,
owner' reported panhandlers were loitering,. Sept. 29 1973 Gainesville Sun? Interestingly, in an anti. Tim and Brian were living at the YAF house at this point in
begging, and grabbing food, thus harassing his Student Government Alligator column of Sept. 29' 1973 Tim time while Mike Carr was allowing FBI agents to use the ,
customers. referred sarcastically: to "the SG junta." "the student junta." YAF: house to spy upon the WAW across the street (see
Fagan says the ordinance he is ''working on "the agency of the junta." and "Junta member(Bill)) Rubin." Gainesville Sun. June II, (I973X) I'm sure it's a coincidence
Yet Tim defended the Chilean junta led by Augosto that Tim's
column of Jan. 7, 1972 denounced the VVAW.
would forbid "begging and panhandling. Pinochet real-live junta that has admitted to killing 10.000 And I'm sure it'*a coincidence that Brian's column of May 9,
It, would make ,necessary provisions to exempt opponents since Sept. 11, 1973. Why? 1972 praised J. Edgar Hoover. .
"legitimate religious and charitable I'm not surprised that Tim used an elegiac column last So now It's 1975. and Tim Condon is accusing the
organizations" according to Fagan. week to defend the Vietnam undeclared war, for his Alligator commies ofriolence. Well.Tim .I'm sure you've never been
column of Jan. 7, 1972 contained praise for "President to Argentina but should know
That is the important point. We would not like you that the "Argentine Anti-
Thfcu. called a"'tyrant by some people. In other words. Communist Alliance is
another
on murder In Buenos
United volunteers and
to see Way church spree
Salvador Allende.who was democratically elected (
despite an Aires (see Miami Herald. 29
April I97S): But shouldn'trightTi
we
representatives hassled for going door-to-door. Eduardo Frei-Jorge Allessandri coalition and much U.S. criticize them because in Chile they kill "coramlel "
Nor would we want to see Santa Claus harassed at .ITT-CIA collusion,was a "Marxist tyrant." but Nguyen Van ? only *

Christmas because is is ringing a bell(and takingcontributions. ., .' -

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No shots need to be ,fired. After all this is The Independent t***... *t -fdIW

supposed to be a nation of laws.. Class warfare

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EDITORi This is in response to the review of "Godspell"
by Michael Skinner in the May 6 issue of The Alligator.
Skinner says that "God spell is based on a pretty dumb idea Ofti"
anyway. It proposes to tell the entire gospel story in 90
minutes and perfect 4-4 time.*' .

IGNORING HIS sophomoric; choice of phrases, \\'d like to .....). 1'N1f '
take issue with his statement of Godspell's basic premise.
, Godspell is "based on the gospel according: to St. Matthew."
I Nowhere does it claim to be the entire gospel. (By the way,
Mr. Skinner, if you are going to be a music critic, it might
t interest you to know that not all songs are in 4-4 time, and the
songs in Godspell are not all in 44 time either.)
Godspell is a sensitive portrayal of the parables taught in
Matthew. The vaudeville format is not disrespectful, nor does
it "drag down to a lowest common denominator." The "faith W .

, and discipline of religion" which Skinner claims is ignored in .
the play are illustrated at several points the confrontation
"'1 of Jesus and the Pharisees, the song "By My Side," the

I portrayal of the Last Supper,the songs "All Good Gifts," and nnnnmnm__ ___ __ _nn__ _.. .
: "We Beseech Thee" and the list could go on. THIS POLICY WOULD ALSO ENTITLE YOU TO A DEFENSE AND SUPPORT PLEDGE SIGNED Bf RICHARD NIXON1!
PLAYS AND STORIES have been used throughout historyto
teach lessons and morals in a way that entertains and leaves
a lasting impression. The very presence of parables in the
Bible attests to this. Vietnam is free at last. ..
For your information, Mr. Skinner, 'Jesus Christ
Superstar' .in. all its classic glory" left me'cold, while God.
spell,even on the third viewing involved my emotions and left
me crying after every show. EDITOR LIBERATION the only word to describe the fighting courageously. The residents of Ho Chi Minh City
One more point. If the script is as bad as you claim, why recent events in Vietnam. It has taken 35 years of bloodshedand greeted the liberation forces with smiles and applause not
has Godspell run off-Broadway from May 17, 1971 to the devastation for the people of Vietnam to speak ,and because they were forced to, but,rather because they knew
present, to consistent rave reviews? experience that word; the list twenty years being the worst, they were FREE; free from the puppet regime of Thieu
sponsored by U.S. imperialism.It repression, free from exploitation in U.S. corporate factories.
Janice Gelb was not "Communist infiltration" that defeated the U.S. PEOPLE OF THE United States should rejoice over the
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3JM but rather the people of Vietnam,themselves rising up and victory of the Vietnamese; and not believe the lies about how
the Vietnamese people have been taken over by bloodbathers.
because the bloodbathers were just ,kicked out U.S.:,
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corporations and banks that strangled and exploited the
Vietnamese.The .
profit motive ,was the real reason the Vietnam war
continued, a profit'the U.S. and Vietnamese working class
and peasantry never saw.
U.S.workers and students should be proud that the system
which exploits them at home has been defeated abroad and

learn from the courageous' example ,set by the people of
Vietnam.
THE REFUGEES THAT are now arriving in this countryare
not your average Vietnamese. Some of these people have
been tricked and are confused but the majority of the refugeesare
members of the upper class which assisted the U.S.
corporations and government in exploiting their own people.
', : The refugees were used as ploys by U.S. Imperialists to: gain
sympathy for American re-intervention in Indochina. It
didn't work, just like the lies perpetrated by experienced
people of the C.I.A. don't work.
r The C.I.A.were the same people that created the overthrowof
the Cambodian government headed by Prince Sihanouk in'
1970 and Allende of Chile. Lies about how the"Vietcong and

North Vietnamese" took over South Vietnam. What really
happened was the South Vietnamese headed by the PRO (a
recognized: government by the Paris Peace Accords)took back

their country.
PEOPLE OF THIS country are refusing to believe these lies
now because they have seen with their own eyes the waste of
60.000 American and countless: Vietnamese lives. Long live
fIMlSD QAS.SQ the peoples' struggle in Vietnam. '
'iV& In BRfAW
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I Kennedy should squelch burning desire'.' J.f' I IEDITOR.



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As JamefrGrainer in his letter to The speed of a bullet. resulting in Mary Jo Kopechne's life. ;:
pointed out I am sure Senator Kennedy would rather not have such a Aside from these "personal reasons" that could be two'among
Alligator has a large
Tuesday Senator Edward Kennedy "tradition" tested by a campaign bid that would present a many, I it would be t historic prospect for Kennedy to'
majority of he chooses to run for
voters to back him If indeed
the next constant fear of public appearance turning into a'possible run in the Bicentennial election. What has the senator' to .
However presidential there election. reasons"of Kennedy's'that continuation of this other Kcneedy "tradition:' :;)offer A name. Not'a Camelot not a John Kennedy, not a
exist those "personal would this fear Robert Kennedy and certainly not 'leadership.
Grainer to mention in his STILL PERHAPS the senator overcome strong '
perceptions of obviously considered unworthy because under 'and'decide to collect a tight ring of protection around him AT THE MOMENT he truly represents little more than a
closer: the upcoming political year his wherever he went during the campaign: If the senator,does man who holds the same last name of two famous Americans.':
scrutiny, the senator's reasoning'for stating non- Democratic convention, Senator will ,contradict Cramer's1'
candidacy jump In to "save the day" at the next : Hopefully Kennedy firmly
THE YEARS can be understood in simple light. family: it is certain that he ,would have to ignore another personal prediction by controlling his "burning desire" through*the, .s. -
initiated of political power in the' Kennedy his critics would not. next year. It would be better for him and far better for the'
reason \
brothers what many term a '"tradition"; of the Kennedy Aside from the damage George Wallace could have on country if the senator remained a senator until such time that
to desire the executive ()t1ice. "tradition" for Kennedy's bid for presidency: by taking away a large numberof we as the American people could afford him in a more.
Unfortunately there might also exist a dual Democrats other Democrats will reason,that the United responsible role in the government.
someone to assasinate another Kennedy competing to be with the ability to react under Bob Miltenberg w"
a president
States might gain .
p 5r tdent.
This j is of its whole populationUI
a nation that out '
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:' 8 years in a dorm 'Impossible: ? Not for Stein



By BOB BECK DAVID STEIN, a graduate student in "Convenience> is the main reason," Stein of years qf campus service and activities.
Alligator Staff Writer physics, wasn't voted this year's dorm rat for said. "My lab and my classrooms are only a "THINGS HAVE changed since 1 first got
Would you believe there's a man who has nothing. block and a half away and I'm as close as you here" Stem mused.""The attitude of studentshas
lived on campus for eight years and plans to Starting in Yulee area in the fall of 1967, he can get to the local stores." chaiiged, too.
live there for at least another year and a half? moved to Hume in 1970 and finally settled in "THERE ARE certain times' of the day Stein said when he first came to UF,
Would you believe there is a man who has the Murphree area, where he has been living when I just refuse to drive my car and even if I student government, Greek life and student
survived 24 quarters on the meal plan? since 1971, summers included. did I probably wouldn't be able to find a leadership were some of the more important
parking space when I returned. So why drive aspects of student life.
any distances at all?" Now, dances and panty raids lave given
Stein also said his involvement,? !in.a numberof way to rock concerts and streaking he said.
campuj$ activities! requires his being close to Of all uF''students' Stein has been in a
watch the tides of
campus. unique position to changing
Nfi ,f44 Stein is a current member of Mensa, Blue "in loco parentis."
Key, Savant, Omicron Delta Kappa "WHEN FIRST. .got here, visitation was
(leadership honor society), Phi, Beta Kappa one day a week, on Saturday, from one to six
and Phi Kappa Phi (Scholastic. Honor p.m.Then they made it more liberal and then
Societies), American: Physics Society, they took it away. Really quite ridiculous."
Association of ,the American Army, Back in the old days women students had
Association of Physics Teachers and the curfews olj>I 11 p.m.on weekdays and 12 p.m
Reserve Officers Associations. on weeke chuckled.
seniors
HE'S ALSO BEEN past president of Yulee "Only had any freedom at all))," he
-L9 area, ,Sigma Tau Sigma, Society of Physics said.
Students, Sigma Phi Sigma (honor society for' BUT wklY EIGHT years? "Well I like it,"
I Physics students) and Gamma Beta Phi' (a Stein'said} "It's a chance' to meet a lot 'of
now defunct general service organization)) Interesting people. Visitation, the rowdiness
But in spite of his cluttered activity list, ars and the fact I had to move
Stein I leads a simple, neat and orderly life style'breakfast' around each summer are the only things that
tJo '- and dinner at the Rathskeller really ever,bothered me, but not that much."
and lunch'at the Union. Of his present room.'Stein said,'"I like it
His room seems a mirror image of himself. here, it's my favorite room so far.i think I'll
Book shelves line the walls, filled with the be here for while."
latest novels and magazines. His walls)) are There doesn't seem to be much reason to
,covered with the many plaques and reminders doubt him.designed .


+ h Pollution researcher gets- moneyDr. .

Robert S. Mansell)), UF associate to .quantitatively assess the water
professor' of soil science, has received a pollution potential of nutrients and pesticides ,
$40,000 federal grant to continue research on and their movement in drainage and runoff
>rx
the effect of pesticides and fertilizers on the water.

quality. of water. -
The grant was J awarded'by",the U.S.. En .Mansell the "principal investigator of
vironmental Protection Agency to fund the, the project. .Some'of the'other investigators
last third of the project, which began,in 1973. include four members of IFAS' faculty: Dr..
.photo' by ,bob wool The project, located at UFs Institute of David:V. Calvert, Dr.. Willis B,Wh'eeler.'Dr..
DAVID STEIN Food and Agricultural Sciences' (WAS) Donald A. Graetz, and Dr. Alen| R, Over
.room reflects. mirror image of himself. Agricultural Research Center in Ft. Pierce, is ,man.I. .




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., the l.NrertityofFlorirle HI IIl1dt"",frailly.AMl More flexibility at the University level in Executive Vice-President Harold Han-
::1 handling funds appropriated the legis- son also had a' word of caution for the
0a lature for the next fiscal year is almost a Must Begin; Planning Administrative Council: "Flexibility does
I.I 0af certainty, President Robert Marston reported not mean we will be able to transfer across
I Registrations to the Administrative Council budget lines; i.e. WAS to E&G and vice
Wednesday.The Immediafe'y--Hanson/ versa."
Summer appropriations bill passed by the Hanson also challenged administratorsto
: House Tuesday contains proviso language begin planning now-"with only a month
giving more autonomy in spending, as did create and delete positions without regard and a half before the new budget
Next Week the bill that went to the Ways and Means to a total number of authorized positions. year"-for more freedom in allocating
j committee of the Senate Thursday. 3. Authority to carry over unencum- departmental funds.
I, Registration for summer quarter of all Chancellor-Designate E.T. York has bered general revenue and trust funds "If we don't change 'our budgets with
currently enrolled students begins Tuesday pointed out that the language in both bills from one fiscal year to another. this new flexibility, well be told we didn't
e and continues through Friday, May 9. is almost identical and provides three President Marston, who spoke out need the flexibility," he warned.
Approximately' students will attend major types of flexibilities: strongly for decision making at,the local Hanson said that department chairmenwill
summer quarter according to estimates 1.Appropriation to the Board of Regents level In his January inaugural address, no longer be able to ''look into
r by the Office of Planning and Analysis as a lump sum for allocation to the various cautioned the Administrative Council that somebody else's budget to look for funds
5 11,207 attended summer quarter last year. educational and general activities of the the new flexibility does not authorize ,for a new activity. "You'll have to:get
e Assistant Registrar Pat Dovell noted universities without restriction for transfers individual decision making on salary whatever you need from your' own
t that all registration appointments were between salaries, OPS, Expense and increases, but that there is indication the allocations and there won't be any more
mailed last week. If a ,student has not Operating Capital Outlay. Legislature will approve "some level of pie-tn-the, sky November reallocations."
f received a registration appointment,he or 2. Authorization for the Regents, to cost-oMiving pay increase." "I used to say," Hanson chided: "that a
I she should report to the Information Deskin good 'department chairman is, one who
the Registrar Office In Tigert Hall could find ways to overspend his budget
) basement.Students with 145: or more hours and find other sources to make up the
register first Others were given'appointments With 3.9 difference. But, it win be Just the oppositenow.
by random selection.: a Average, Each one will have to plan carefullyto
,
Fall quarter registration is scheduledfor determine how much reserve 'to

May 20-23.) He Worries about GradesGreg maintain.Hanson"said thai it;is Incumbent that

t' budget overseers learn how to ,operate
with the pending new freedom and that all"

Y \ Enholm is worried about grades, levels of administration must begin 1 the
r. even though he posted a 3.9 in earning a' educational task Immediately.

1.New.-. I business administration degree.
Now working on a graduate degree in
\ economics, Greg wants to make sure thatan Faculty Speakers
"A" means excellent and a "C,"
average.He wants to see if he can provide Sought by CollegePolk
input to reverse a national trend toward
higher grades and fewer failing marks in Community College in Winter
colleges and universities. Haven is seeking UF faculty members who
I "Employers have a right to expect that ,. might wish to appear as lecturers in the
DEADLinB grades mean something when they hire '. Artist Series held there throughout the
someone right out of college," he says. '''" academic year.
In Greg's case, it's obvious that his '. .: _..:. Dr. K.C. Anderson on Polk Community
Classificationlist grades to mean something. lIe has been 1\. \' ',W College's Arts and Lectures Committee
selected from a nationwide field of 170 notes that ,scheduling is flexible to accommodate -
college students for one of 10 $1,500 State the speaker, and an' honor-
Offaculty Farm Companies Foundation "Excep- 1" arium of$150 plus incidentals will be paid.In .
exceptional cases, the honorarium may
tional Student Fellowships. .
Today is the.deadline for administrators ..,
> be larger..
.to submit listings showing the status of all "I was overwhelmed, says Enholm. *'
Interested faculty should write: Dr.K.C.
"Just look at those other winners and their '
Gail Melton
faculty under them, to ,
..., Anderson, Executive Secretary, Arts and '
Academic Affairs, 236 Tigert. schools. if ,.
Lectures Committee, Polk Community
Those other schools included Harvard
The established uniform systemof .
newly-
'7 ,
Winter Haven Fla. 33880.
College, ,
MIT and Northwestern.
classification approved by the Board of Princeton,
Regents speels out four appointmenttypes Enholm heads the 22-member Business GREG ENHOLM
full-time Administration College Council and is A National Winner
: continuing, temporary,
and part-time. It also details "appoint chairman of a student committee on gradeInflation. ,Student OfficerInauguration
distributions for each
grade departmentover
ment status modlfers": Joint faculty,
affiliate auxiliary He points out that the overall under- the last 10 years. Today
faculty,adjunct faculty,
at the "The Registrar's Office is providing the
honorary research interim, regular, graduate grade,point average
,
University climbed to 2.83 (out of 4.0)) last raw data," says Enholm. "We will supplythe '
visiting and acting.Consultation., year from 2.77 four years ago. statistics, interpretation, and sugges- Inauguration of student body officers
The student committee will calculate tions." will be today at 3:30: p.m. on the Reitz
FormsTo Union Colonnade.


Tallahassee Uniscope Sunday on Channel 20 JWRU Print SaleYou

Thursday is the:deadline for all state can browse for prints to decorate
employees "who, in addition to their Focuses on UF Research CoursesTeaching rooms or apartments from .10 a jn. 'to 4
regular duties, accept compensation for p.m. today on the Reitz Union Colonnadeat
consultations with other state agencies or students physics through a exam in a course on logic. the Union's Spring Print Sale.
with other government or private entities"to course in aerodynamics was introduced at Florida population trends are discussed
file a statement (Commission on Ethics ,the University Florida's, experimentalschool by Dr. Madelyn KafoglLi, head of the
Form State, ,The studies at UF's Jazz fest Tomorrow
1)) with the Secretary: ,'P.K. Yonge. division of population '
Capitol, Tallahassee, Fla. Science instructor Paul Becht who Bureau of ,Economic,and Business Re i
Forms are available in the offices of started the program,tells how his idea has search.'She says Florida's growth rate bas Student Government Productions' first
deans of colleges.' been adopted in several schools across the fallen from 5.7 per cent per year. But she annual Jazz festival brings three groups
And he explains how flying ties in calls the 5.1 per cent growth rate Florida together for a:3: I p.m. Saturday musical
Cops and Gowns with state.biology and medicine on Uniscope still has "incredible." blowout on the Reitz Union'' North Lawn.
Headliners Chick Corea and his
are
on Channel 20,
at 12:30: p.m.
'Today J Is the deadline for faculty to order Sunday in Gainesville. Produced by,UF's, Division of Informa- "Return Forever"band and Larry Coryell
caps and gowns for Spring Commencement WCJB Innovative, UF behavioral studies pro- tion and Publications Services,Uniscope is with "Eleventh Hour." "Strive"' Is the
Call David Beck 392-0194 or stop by Milton Christian reveals how and aired by several commercial television wanxHip band. Everyone's welcome to
the nine.Campus Shop and Bookstore mezza why f.!sor he used comic strips for his final stations in Florida.) attend the free informal program.'IbIs .


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Tues May 27 GSMH t'Lea Campbell present/

"An Evening With"

8 ft 11 PM KRAFTWERK Reserved U004$5.00 Seats FOR' SALE .FOR RENT FOR RENTSublet FOR RENT
1974 SUZUKI) street trail, IslBS only sublet I bedroom unfurnished house for summer French Qtr 2 bdrm. Want a quiet opt. near the duckpond
10 PM SOOOmi asking $790 or will trod' for kitchen equipped, fully carpeted. Come )'Vk both townhouse Beautiful view air, Sublet 2 bdrm. unfurnished' townhouse."
Thun. May 29 LAB ELL $5.00 Reserved sports cor turntable for tale ponotonic by 3912 NW 7th St. (b-5t-131-p) pool, $200 mo. Call anytime 377-7833 or' $180-mo., Available May 15. Call 373-
445 rick 373-5985 4e-5M30-c) AVOID THE FALL RUSH come by opt 57. (b-5t-131-p) 4208 after 6 p.rtv (b-5t-129-p)

June 1 "Live on Stage" HAIR HILLSIDE Homesiteflew: ; ( LAKE Now Is the time to look for that house or large 2 br, fut.n' apartment available :Beautiful >lakevlew 2 bedroom
Tickets now on sole c* bo* offKe Wouburg. 10 minutes South of city. 2''' opt. for the summer or fall quarter. Call June t close to campus BOB SW Depot oportmenf unfurnlshed-Bivens lab..
acres good terms.coll to .... WO. today!) 377-4992 (b-60MI2-p) Av. Tel 378-3396 $200 me.b-51-128-p( ) S300-month. toll 377.4861 .or 372.2930,
Mason Co. realtors 377-6789 ((0.51.129- roommate needed starting June) READ THIS (b.5t-130-p)
P1) beautiful 2 bdrm 1 both w pool sauna Awieghtroom Moving anytime between Now t Sept. liberal female roommate needed now
BASS GUITAR Gibson eb-3 2 pickups, Vlzcoya apt. $105 + H ut. let us rent your house or opt at no cost. own BR 77mo. 'i utilities CAC close to
varitone,walnut' finish' ,excellent shape. will sublease for summer Jim 377-6620 United Real Estate 377-6992 (b-fr.lI5-p) campus pool 377-0744 (b-5t-UO-p)
(b-5M28-p)
$250 Colt lorry at 373-1679 or 3731482.
(o-5t-l8-p) IF YOU NEED A ROOM

For Sol.: A Konko 'Auto T with a CHECK WITH US P-PRESENTS .
JOEl BRIDGES REALTOR
hexonon 52 mm fl 1.8 a Hexonon/ 28 mm
f31.! VIvHar 85-205 mm f 13.8,and a 2x 404SW4thAVE.
The Second Greatest 377-6700
converter. $375 ph. 376.8900 (o-5t-128-

FkjerintlieW> + >rU el Wedding) Bonds t Engog.m.nt Rings. 2(b-5M28-c roommates) wonted fall qtr. call laurel I 'FREE MOVIE!:'

Traditional or Contemporary designs of 392-7652 or Phyllis 372.7248 keep tryingor I
your choice. Hondmode for Individual leave message (b-3t-131-p)
who wont the best. Original) work by
RozIN i Sooth's leading Artists Matter. Gold
Smith end lapldlst. Unconditional
Guarantee OZZIE By appointment Only.
373-3894 (Q-49M05-P() ) -

UTILITY TRAILER Appro"'.i by 6''<* good ART
A 6EORGE ROY HILL IILMaats.assssey condo lights and wiring 15V* In. tires on .
mobile home axle 1230 or best offer.
+ 373-0678 (o-St-130-p)

72 Honda CB-350, recent top-end
..
i overhaul; excellent condition many
extras,(725 firm must see to appreciate,
call after 5,Oscar.378-2166. (o-5)-l30-p)
'3111 1973 Suzuki TS 400 Excellent Condition
SM Sot i fcm $700 or best offer 3784089 After 5P.M. SlOlIrg'rncliAoo'
(o-SI-130-p) [)QYFUSSRONNV
7:25 et 1 1:10
:30 Cinema 1 8 track tape player excellent condition HONAAO1m ,
In box.oc-dc for ,
home beach: or ear $40or ]
best offer'call eves'..378-2182. (o-3t-
132-p)

two moranti Imperial III speakers. 12"
"AN ELECTRIFY ING woofer 3" tweeter 5" mldrange. still
The. MOTION PlCTURt under: warranty. $175 pair call bruce
FRIDAY
373-8179 or 3784)262 (e-5t-l32-p) unnrs
Reincarnation 1969 ford von excellent running cond.
like new tires, radio heat, 40,000 miles, 6 I Ir
MAY g'
call peggy at 372.7248 $1195. (o-3t-132- ,
s f l) Nrw..r.a .mw .55,.,M. 5-5 M ;
t..rM.MMr *
Briorwood 7ft pool..t.j.i excellent
W.MWM,AM r.rWhy Myh Mmrrr
\
Proud condition stlcksbollsllgrit' included $200 8:30.: PM .
golfclubs 2woods 7lrons bog $35 call ,
373-2330 (o-5t-133-p) PLEASURE

Furn Store for sale 3.000 FT only 3.000 PALACE
dollars selling due health one acre land WVKPLAYGROUND| UNIONNORTH
Cinema 4:001:00 500 ft from newnans lake on driv rd 372- AND
2 4:00 lOtOO Week 5269 377-9835 wit bed (e-5t-131-p)

Sot. t Son 2:00 Early amer couch 65 wet bed k 35 LAWN
dretse 20 din tab set. choirs china
cabinet selling out due to health all mud
RETURN go shag car 377-9835 372-5269 ac (o-5t- I-
131-p)
ENGAGEMENT
2 ahec "Voic. of Theatre" speakers; 2.
attic horns. $600. call 376-1782 (o-5t-
4LKKTFMCVUURBIMCUl jemttLGuoWENT 131.p) I
HUE All pioneer equip. Speakers 60 wart
MT1MLSM AIT8Y PODS each turntable Pl-41 amplifier sx 1500 T
will sell separotly or on. unit for Info.
mum kSGNM ----
call 378-0650, 372-9832 (o-St-131-p)
JKQKLMKttTJEMKMEUSSI) UOei MOOTS
1IttIAfID.... House for( sale close to campus central A
8 H 3 bdr. 2 both family .
SEMttMHr AIN:HAa.- assume lit mortgage $210.74 room month equity at 233 W. Univ. Ave. 377.3013

7Vt percent appointments only $33,000
372-5823 (o-10t-131-p) 5300,7.00,9:15,1130: : ,
MUMUTrcTimcorVGwrnAim> \ M ASSaIATDC: 11TH NQ CIHJI PtE.Sf11TSAD 1967 Ambassador Small V.. runs well, ". .'
I'IIIWII": PROOUCTUI good tires, power steering, brakes, end \!
windows. A.C. $400 negotiable. See r ri: She does
cmsiirs Mark after six.3912 NW 7th St. (o-3t-13l. ,

IfNWEnONTlfMIENTEXniESS"' ( p Car) Stereo Sony cassette. and FM stereo. i:.: .l;{ : for politicswhat .

Like, new,quality sound Cost $180 new, .} she didT
sell for much lets 378-4914(o-3t-l31-p) /tJ: tl.: < :

: '1971 Altair. 2BR air,wall to wall carpet. .' ,' : for sex.

shed,varsity villa Lot 79.376-0901 (a-3l- ... .bi,:.: oo'<;:1.l ir.:'S .
130-p)
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700 3:90: Set I Sun. : r Cinema 3 'FOR RENT o"\t. \; 4 LDflMLLOVELACE "Qt" 4t

':N' "1:30 I Avail Now!! "'V- : ': .,
1. 100 acres with huge lake i. i. .
2. 3 bdr on creek I blk to U* 3
A movie'for' everyone 3. 3 bdr $185 NW sect ;
". 3 bdr $125 On 2'4' acres I
who has.everdreamed 5. Free rent! Work her day
Avail.Sept.ll .
1. landlord Is building now.3 i 4 bdr Qsiy
of homes for Aug t Sept. xri 1 ,
2. 3 bdr $200-Country homes f.
3. 2 bdr homes Bike, to UF
a second 4 Over 25 opts avail.
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United Real Estate Astoc. i
Open 9om-lprn 377-6992 Starring: .
chance (b-fr-128-p) f: ,.
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Linda Lovelace
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SUPER SINES, Inc. conservative,RENTquiet mole FOR RENTLIVE FOR RENT WANTEDif ,AUTOS

'A815-377-6901l'JL wonted to shore' summit house roomates RIGHT ACROSS FROM VA i MED apartment ,for r.ni POINT WEST br ,
2
S49. 2br opt. CENTER Summer you have a house rear campus for fall 1973 audi lox sunroof,air stereo. radio-
75-month Sublet
and '. uti'ities! call dove reasonable I bedroom very sublet for summer option to rent in fall. and you are looking for a liberal, tape white with red vinyl Int. 34000
or l mickey 378-7676 evenings. (b.5t-I 130()- 9729 (b-2t-13l-p Summit' House 377-8075 378- 210.00 per mon & utilities, ph 376-0696 mature, responsible person to rent o miles, o german sport sedan w-25mpgt.
)
Dj Ib..13.p( )) room call Wendy 392.7601'c3t.I31p1' ( ) 2800 or best oHer.377.4J47; ((g-St-130-
Sublet .
wonted: 1 or 2 neat,responsible females cozy efficiency, opt. Great wanted mature responsible student (s) (P l ""
location' ,
2 bibs, from WANTED
"' 10 shore' 2br. (urn, apt. 3 blks behind sue for I campus.. Perfect to find apartment close to campus for GOOD fAMilY CAR 73 ford farina
normon holt beginning fall qrt. call utilities Call perton.377-3603 SilO mo. + low female to shore 2br opt for surrtmer, fall-spring own bedroom + share wagon, ps. oc, disk broke, rodtols, 2500or
debbie 392-9132 or 2.9139. (c5tIXp( ) Pj/ after 6 (b-St-131- walking distance to campus, oc, furn. 60 expenses 373-7649 John (c--13l-p) best offer, esc.llenshape: 472-3016
roomotM __ for own room or 35 to shore' room call Female roommate needed for fall to after 700 (a-5M30-p( )
to
shore :3 boVm HOUSE
SERVICE.' 377-0722 2 both mb FOR RENT sublet for 377-8072
horn turnmer. lynn (c-5M30-p) share I bedrm opt right across from VA C 68 MG
couple female mole 21840day One block behind normon hall. 4 speed, 2 door, 4 cyl. Convertible
10AM* 6PM leave number 376-3499 eve Beautiful old english Illdothou.... roommate 1 or 2 summer +-or toll Med center priced reasonable must be good condition, $110000
near S60
7 DAYS WEEK( campul man wall tent 'for tale $60 Carl per mo plus util 372-9499 (b-5t-131- country gardens opts pool oc, good clean, studious 377-8075 (c-3t-31-p! ) phone 3724159 or 3734966 (g-5t-t29-
(h-5t-132-p) people, $50-mo for two $90 for one call Female roommate own furnished P)'

uc S.W. ARCHER R.D. SUBLET masterbedroom In 2 br, bran. 3734514 after Son; (Jeff,chris (c-5t-129- .room In garage opt. Summer qtr. option Volvo Station
1970 W- air, radio
dywme |une 15tept5.\ furnished for fall. Wagon
can Pj) 72.50 mo. + 'i util: Call 372-
renew lease pool oc, wall wall dw ____ 5188 Cindy Linda.c le exceptionally Clean,no work necessary,
.. to / female or ( -131-p) -
neonate for fall ,
summer need
dip, more bob or to family Increasing so larger cor
30-p)many 377-8876 (b-5t- share I bdrm opt summit house ocorss clean responsible female; I bdrm opt $2250 firm 376-5012 (g-IOt-128-fic)
frm shonds furnished cent air-heat pool start Sept, $87 a month; '. utilities; nonsmoker -
(h+'Bdrm Apt (for rent at Hawaiian Vill. 774 'ft utilities sheila" 373-5678. (c-5l- ; $50 down; the village apt; call ENJOY, SPRINGI) HONDA 750-71.. One
\\JAto Jlr 5 5Dill Apts Must rent no later than June I 1st. 129-p) 377-3064 after 4 00 pm donnl (c-5t-131- owner dollars invested runt stronglook must sell-l175* good.maybe many

toll l26-pl 373-7900 or the Apt. office. (b-IOl- liberal roommate wonted to rent 3bdrm p))_ less 377-4577 (a-IMM-p)

very large house for summer, fully 'urn.
n1S newly remodeled 2bdrm opt spacious t 2blks from (un.) library $67mnth.' coll HELP WANTEDdependable 1 HOME HUNfMWe

r 11 lJS II children unique' 195 Ist&last security no pets or neol! 373-9575; 203 nw IStrt tor. (c-5.- student for n.WIpOp4II'rock con help you find el home..
quiet type people 378-5)95) (b- I 132-p) '
)-132-p) route must hove good transportation. oporSmenl t mobile home,or
_____ HELP OORFI. cartoon character seeks 376-4912 6-9 pm. (e-...I32-p) roommate.the easy woyl
Wonted 2 female roommates 4 summer ($45-60)) home. Afternoons call Peter
OUR FU IS HFUNDASajoat.
,ROSEWATERf at Brandy wine Apts. $ .95-non. lehndorff at 376-44821 I seek the unique! Discreet, punctual and efficient
Call Donna 376-5299 (b3t132.p) and the cheap.. (c-5t-l32-p) housekeeper needed Mondays and MOOCH
room in house Female Fridays laundry, dishes, shopping etc. /REALTOR .0.SW 4th Ave.
only quiet to buy: used quality camping equip. I for single man. $25.00 per week and
neighborhood for with Open 7 Dovt l700: 377-6700
summer possible need
o backpack, packing tent t a north meals Be dependable or don't apply.
fall option, Occupy June 15. $65+13 1 1- .
or face yettl for bigfoot sleeping bog. call 378.9327 after 6 PM. (e-2M31-t)
P Experienced, secretory needed. Must
summer sublet: two roommates, each 'female roommates to share' 2bdrm apt take shorthand and type with speed.
own room at hawaiion!: village, unfurnlihed tennis ct, pool, sauna, oc, close to Some bookkeeping experience. 20-30 ( I
f $75 each plus 1-3 util. please campus & hospital, call 373-8765 (c-5t- hours 378-9327 (e-2t-131t) ttx,11
call |jerry at 378-3683 (5M32-p) 132-p)

SUMMER SUBLET: 2BD. I'\* B Hawaiian One conservative female' MAKE MONEY WRITING in spare lime.
I1 RETURNENGAGEMENT Village furn.townhouse roommate All topics. Earn $30 to $150 weekly. Start
'
"A poolside, $230. beginning fall /i-own room in 2 bdrm
immediately details BHP Co., 2328.FA
:
3 73-59050(55( ,5:00 373-2301 opt. 141 (bSt132p block from
) apt t UF-$100 mth + ;Vi Parker Si., Berkeley, CA 94704 (e-.31.I -
MIIIJCT PCIIIES CIJIICIATDI ulililiet-pleose call Marge 378-6529 (c- I 3.p( )
1 bdrm, unfurnished opt. air, carpeted, 5t.132-p)
NITF' M ASSlDltDlIIIIIUIDO PESfIIRVincesIi good location, summer of longer 125.00 I female roomote, available June I
ADNNAEA10ENw mo 378-7311 (b-5t-132-p) ) AUTOS
Csnby. gatorwood opt. No. 1001 shore large
.IIIW: tO RN PIIDIIII: '68 bug, air,. stereo, condition
good ,
Times
York free ,
month rent on 12 month 1 lease room in 2bdrm 2both opt. $70 mo. + 1-3
ISM lItTOIIIOfI'OW \ beginning June 20 2bdrm SI903bdrmS225 ; utilities .call 373-6243 anytime '(c-5t- $800, 372-9435 rick frame, 57pm. or t
plus deposit carpet o-C, pool. 378- I l32-pl)) 1 leave message student (g-4l-l29-p)

1755. (b-at-132-p) .1968 Volvo FM Stereo AC
1 or 2 Female Roomotes needed to share low mileage
2br. gotorwood opts. cen. oir furnishedmove 2 bedroom opt. next Fall quarter call good condition call 378-4959 Greg .$900
in June .14 'for SUP.ter. '/. we poy 392-9595 anytime for more Info. Ask for ,(g-5t-l3l-p)_
s30 June &: 'h July u pay.. |uly, $250 aug. may or kathy.'(c-5t-12B-p)

7.00 376-6399 (b-5t-32-p! )_ GOLD ( SILVER Top prices paid for class

t3oIIi9 beautiful, large, air-conditioned, furnished rings, old jewelry, etc. confidential. Call NO CALORIE,VIOLETSFORMOTHBt'SDAY
mobile home on shaded lot OZZIE 373-3894 (e-49t-105-p)
I across from campus ideal for couple. :.
allowed. $140 Roomote to shore 2 barn house, oc,
pets mo., $50 deposit. 100's of Varlefle.ln
3770049. (b-lt-3p! ) fenced In 'yard, near grocery, liquor, ,
moll stores, for summer and beyond, 90 Bloom
2 bdrm. mobile home for rent. $110. per a month responsible. student, Scott 3770084 '
Violets
ABC FLORIDA STATE THEATRES mo. $50 security deposit located 17 ml. (c-5t-l3l-p) from 75c up -
west of g'ville call glenda 376-4446 .. Gift Certificates
or 472-2870 (b-fr-132-p)
720: 9:15: e We Deliver
apartment to sublet for summer. Village
Park Aprs two bedroom furnished call We re-pot plants
M FUNNIEST COMEDYOF Cindy 3734353 after 4:OQ (b-5l-l32-p)

1975 Own room in 3 bedroom opt. 67 a mono .d, n;i\ the Violet House
+ 1-3 utilities Avail. June IS Call 373- :;JfVO r. '
1935 female only (b-3t-132-p) '::.< CudyPet1ar' r ept. Open 9-6pm 15 SE 4th Ave e 377-84651

Apt tublet July I I. I bdrm. furnished' .: ; Betide the Tenneco station'on_5,__Main
THE WESTERN YOUR OLD COWBOY clot to campus + med center 373-6145 .,...377.t8j3.-: .
HEROES (AND THEIR HORSES) summit house opt $>53-mo. (b-v-132-
WOULDNT BE CAUGHT DEAD IN! Rl) '

tt ng JEFF BRIDGES. SAM WATERSTON. SUMMER SUBLEASE: own large bedroom
ELIZABETH ASHLEY [R] United ArllllS t l l '
in 3 bedroom 2 both house. Northwest "Dlrty Hlrry" ..liaLI1 ; iQ4N.W.
s section twelve blocks from campus. $60

r1 t .. ., e tNO mo 376-1894 (b-51.132-p) 13th STREET "Magnum Forc. 3.45 7'23rd
Need: one female roommate for the BOULEVARD
summer. Close to campus (only ahalf
....110' 7:30: 9:30: block) $40 a month plus '/. utilities call
'DtSCOUNTTICKIt5THISA 373-7762 ask for carol (b-!It-132-p. ). el

sr look at our rental listings on houses,
mobile homes and opts. before you pay
Julie Christie goldie hawn anyone a fee Joel Bridges, realtor 404
SW 4th Ave. (b-fr-127-c)(

warren beattyfrtxnColurnbUPJdurw j'TRACT' .. AU RENTS SlASHEDI! '
(Special Summer Rotas)
(fQ $100 to$125 PER MO.
A P-B/V1t11./ tbNttnr All units, 2 BR, furnished, with air. luxury

f.otu.ea.Available.
for lease through Aug. 31M
Prairie View Mobile Village.
378-4411 I 373-3284
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rnln 1974 kowotoU 400cc low milog Erne one year and all the universe' to go If you are pregnant and you need Kelp SCUBA OASi starts May 12 oH >pmem ..
$975. 1973 monte carlo many MrotS330a bob you will always be my honey we care. Call birthright 37749472(| *- provided (ndwdna mash fiats
hido-bed 110 children bicycles bunny I LOVt YOU this much Trish <)J-3s130 IM-p)_ snorkel" WeI"it. '.e.. tank and
$10.plus many mix items toll:377-6736. I -p)_ regukMr. fXDI tnle noltonol basic
(g-51.I tbplPERSONAL cortifkaHon.oU air end tebook. This
WATER SKI CLINIC starting may 10 LOST & FOUND
this and
will bo our lass course ouaner
weekend oil forms taught from basic loadvanced
else our last one for $331 starting
including wicks jumping and Reward: Brown carrying case containing basic will be
New ArrivoWhite/ Stag Speedo slalom far Info call Scuba Dynamics various toiletries. ,necklace and 0 Summer quarter our course etfVance farnerteuorter
bathing suits. Safari shorts < pants IH Sports :377-80M j-fr-132-p) ring. Loll around west part of campus MS Test may roomer old in For further oenrour
Bookpacks.Join .the Univ. of Flo. hilling If there were no conciousness. whowould 3928205.31127(/ -p) info toll Scuba GIN Dynamics price.:377-40M 300TYfWC CUSS Rp.>NOW

cDanieHs club.* Univ Allen'lAqualiC Ave 373.9233J-k.116-c 5 Trail(j Center 3441We ) know -Got aa1 writings (t-II- t rings lost In fla gym near womens .hE 201ft Way (-121-9)
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uneven mondoy 5-3-75. I opal
n Red Oats Water Safety InMructor will 1OVI. marriage, and other- relation gold If found JIIcoli Honey at 37S- GXT W IKeeMi' Oissertatioiw. -
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I teach you or your child to swim in your ships'; workshop 1-S loturdoy. Unitarian 0721 SENDMCNTAi Voliw-Reward. ((1- .Term Pbpers..aperi.nc typist. : All
pool private or group lessons coil 392- fellowship Ml 4 nw 43rd conducted by 31.1319)fourId.watchon) mo' 'n engl h. thin seleOic phone .
7276 (|-51.-l2frp) allonta' rev. lohn Sure logo. 'IS 37'I-05 (m-20t-)7-p) -
registration .... Private counseling Racquet Soil Court 5-1- J ... ,
International College for Hypnosis available.' Workshop focus onself.. 75. Wioe leather band. Coll 376-4446 or ., Bwatcher's.A.
Studies, Inc. announces Its opening fall communication Intimacy aaemanvo drop by Alligator Office identify (l-5t- A
term 1975. Professional training ki relationships 373-2107 (j-lt-132-p) 129.p) .
medical legal' and psychological
t lam looking for a girl who like to swim
Jat1C a hypnosis.Bachelors degree required for
liket me sun call 378-6576 and ok for SERVICES
admission. Stare board approved. Non Jewelers
David
profit. P.O. "x 011221. Miami. Flo. (Ml-IM-p)
33101. Tel ((305)) 932-2233 eel. 1365 (I.1279) |I- "That which .the lord hath ordained/ a* The WIRED FOR SIGHT MaR'UNIVERSITY t L.......Are S"WIn" !!
.. ) the sovereign remedy and mightiest! tyetlOss Super
n, SUMMER RATE instrument(for the heating of the world U OPTICIANS
the union of. all in peoples in one 300 SWIm Ave 378.440
AVA per person universal.Cause one common Forth." (ASS ) -
V/U month BoKo'l Writings (l-IMM-c). ID.PHOpo.porta
par THERE MORE uROrlo-liME
Piper:Who put the odd hi the alligator resumes, and oppHcoHons1 1TiHpsPNE
/ TO SEE WITH Am Mtterested.Another piper. CoIl 373- natural sytle portraits. :377-0797 camera N o
.color TV In ovary opt. r' 7762. (|2t-l32-p)' work studio 1219-W. Univ. Ave. (m209t |- ..

(I oFumlshadolndivlduol CAlLlt.yMol bunsi-wunsl. I've loved twice and Jolt j)__ I0o4te4 6o* "*rW>M R* tm Us ths> *
( ) bedrooms twice but Us better to have loved and Ride o horse at TAU OAKS STABU $3.00 T JtfcictoTH iW Ma aJwunaX lone ti *
t-fI lost than never to hove loved at oil an hour miles of trails also boarding 495.
eGos Grills Thanks for a lot of beautiful memories. 2240 (_-102-9))
oPbol I TV CII.n"els.! A wII'ner You will always be special to me frl.atrCVl.te> rh 11"w i414M11 Er
Scuba losses' All scuba
channel. UPI News. New York Happy Bmhdoy I love you. toottiewoersle starting .
Stock Exchengt.2 FM ttttlonton (j-1,-I 32-p) equipment provided soles, service
t only 2 block to campus TV Channel,and t FM end 4 AM trips, rentals, air. Tom Allen (co-hotf
stations on tM FM Nnd. liberal female.If you are interested in Wild Kingdom on TV)Allen's Aquatic +
camping nudism,communlal living and Trail, Center.3448 W.Univ Ave 373-9233
NOW loosing for fall UNIVBttlTYCITY1BCVKION traveling the we*coat this summer (m 126-cl)
CASU Ca INC coil dove ot :377-6340 fl-3l.l3 i ) D.
Fort Jefferson on Garden /Key with oil
914 SW 8th Ave. 378-7224 122 No MAIN ST. Adorable striped! kittens.Me at 314 camping gear provided call Scuba
NW I4ttreetapt.No.4,oher 3 p.m. ((10.| Dynamics for further information :377- .n..
3M30-P: ) 8096 .

NEW OFFICE FtNTHOUSE-4 private in- DM the MY TORTUGAS leave/Key West .
lerlor offices with balconies. Available June l3Ih and return'on me 18th oil p.
immediately Good location. CoIl for 0dototla. scuba equipment provided. Camp af Independent Florida Alligator
ALL YOU CAN EAT] Wayne D. Mown i Co.. Inc. historical Fort Jefferson on Garden /Key I
REALTOR 377-6789 (5M30j| : .9)) with all camping gear provided call CLASSIFIED MAIL-IN
Well cared for A healthy 7 week" old Scuba Dynamics for further Information I
4PM-1 OPM kittens looking for good home:377-1597 377-8096 (m- .I32-9)) _
(I-3M30-P) BINDING unique .service books. I
,CHICKEN, FRENCH FRIES, COCD's facial hair removed per. journals, personal names call ENGLISH I CWSIflCAT1OtC: .3
monently. Coll Edmund BINDfRY for free ..lmateIJ73.14S6: 1'1
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Call 3728039fr107c( ) torrent .

FREE REFILLS ON ALL DRINKS KARAT LESSONS I wontodhalp f goI I

Small c- $23 per men wonted
$2111 _r....__..__ __ 1215 NW 5th Ave (off 13th SO)Mon thru outos rrrr = I
Sot even, 7te9" 378-7131 (t-2ot.10>>).
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UNLIMITED l li Wedding) Invitations from $1140 per 'lost ft found
-- 377.0901 __: 100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of i >F
... Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. /Main. servk.s I
376-9951. (l-fr.lOS-c)
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SUNFLOWER men shirts $500 .. group. Beat I DAYS TO RUN: .I
selection of prlrrto goods denims
HEALTH FOODS Velvets. )Jewelry. Shop In air cond. atmosphere '
of Xrs-40-s. Open wk. 104Sot. I2. I
I 10-6 upstarts 17 NW 17th St. across
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+ t. HI Pro Products J 3t131px ) : Free days discount r'

i Natural Vitamin, MlnoralsHorns I4 days or mow.I :; I

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Books, Cosmetics I \ I I'll' \ This farm may be used to I I
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$975. 1973 monte carlo many' (-' 01 babe you will always be my' honey we cor*. Coll birthright 977-4947 ((1.2.| ..- provided Including mask fins _.
lie* Market S330a hicb-bsd SIO. children bicycles: bunny I LOVE YOU this much Trlih (j-3t130P 128-p) snorkel, wetsuit B.C.. tank, ond 1466-3340 MtCA '; I
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advanced tricks. and also our' lost one for $35. starting
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By MARK JOHNSON coach, it's' hard not to look ahead toward I been here 28 years with all his victories and
theHOWEVER
Afflfator Sports WriterAs (bigger and brighter days. his Southeastern Conference championshipstells PAST glories and future
the sun ,sets upon Another mediocre BERGMAN WILL be replacing the the story. His record speaks for itself," aspirations are the last things on Bergman's
(Spring of UF baseball, the Gators and their retiring Dave Fuller, veteran of 28 years and Bergman said. "I consider it a big honor to mind as the Gators head into their final week
fans are already beginning to dream of next 889 ball games as head coach of the Gators. follow him, and I just hope I can follow in his of the season.
year and the promise of a brand new season. The thought of supplanting the llth-ranked footsteps." ,"I'm just trying to finish off these last five
Granted there are still five games left coach in the nation is an added incentive for Bergman's record is nothing to scoff at, or six games and hopefully give Coach Fullera
before the spikes will be hung up for the Bergman as he prepares to plunge into his either. Seven years as head coach at Seminole winning season," he said. "I think we all
summer, but with the recent hiring of peppery first job as skipper of a major college team. Junior College produced three Division Two owe it to him to bring him out a winner."
'young'Jay Bergman as the team's new head "I think that the fact that he (Fuller) has titles and three Coach-of-the-year awards inI Bergman is also wrapped up in his effortsto
recruit some new high school and junior

Gator diamond battle college"WE'VE blood GOT for to next sign year.the kids we're going
men Vandyfor after" he said. "All these kids have already

I been drafted by'the pro's and they've got
until May 20 to decide whether or not they're
fifth place in Eastern divisionBy going to sign."
Still. Bergman is surely itching to begin
tapping the gallons of potential talent just
MARK JOHNSON of championship for that matter. LAST YEAR'S winners of the SEC Eastern waiting'to be exploited.
Alligator Sports Writer Still, the Gators have plenty of incentive Division Vanderbilt has suffered through a "We've got a lot of people back and that
I The Gator baseball team will not be vying when they head north for today's season of lost hopes in much the same manneras will really help" he said. "If we can fill the
for the Southeastern Conference (SEC) doubleheader and Saturday's single game the Gators have. The Commodores are spots,we vacated with quality ball players, andif
championship this weekend, or for any kind against the Vanderbilt Commodores. currently 5-8 in the SEC, just half a game we can get three junior college pitchers we ...
ahead of the cellar-dwelling 5-9 Gators. can use right away, we'll be in the driver's
Nobody wants to finish last, and head coach seat."
Dave Fuller knows exactly what's cut out for DURING HIS two yean as UF assistant
him and his team. head coach, the vigorous 34-year-old
lead in "We figured it up, and we'll have to win Bergman has been somewhat of an antithesisto
Uptakes early two out of three to end up fifth." Fuller said. Fuller's mild soft-spoken style.Now that.
"This is the first time I'll be playing( a series' he'll be moving into a position with more
which will determine who's going to end up in pressures and responsibilities, Bergman
last. place. hopes to remain as consistent in personality as
lead tennisTUSCALOOSA
SEC
in rainy "If we'd have lost today it would have possible. .
really put a damper on us." Fuller said after One thing Bergman will be trying to changewill
his team gave up eight runs in the ninth be the team's meager won-lost per
Ala.- today by taking wins in will face Gary Dunn of inning only to come back and defeat Eckerd centage. Most of the returning ball playersseem
Part of the way throughthe five of the six slots. Tennessee. 1512. "This is the kids' goal, to win all six of to be optimistic toward their new head
first day of In number one singles, Freshman Chap Brown our remaining games. So if we can go up to coach and toward the team's chances next
Southeastern Conference the Gators' Juan Diaz continued his winningways Vandy and win three it will enhance our season.
(SEC) championship defeated Mitch Creekmoreof as he took his chances at Rollins next weekend.. "I'M LOOKING forward to next year."
tennis action, UF found Louisiana State number one seeding and Of course Fuller'has got to be thinking said junior Terry Jones, who along with Jim
itself at the top of the heap University (LSU) 6-3. 6.1. defeated Tracy DeLatte 6- about a few victories for his own sake as well. Joiner played under Bergman as a freshmanat
with 10 total points. 6-4. He will face Scott 2, 61. The win gives him The veteran coach will be retiring from the Seminole. "Well do a lot more stealing anda
Georgia and Tennessee Smith of Kentucky todayin the right to face tough Joe Gators' helm at the close of this season after lot more hitting and running, at least if it's
followed closely behind semi-finals action. Gettys of Georgia today. 28 years as the team's head coach a time like when I was a freshman. We stole 140
with nine apiece, while. Number .two( Dave Defeat hit the Gators at span which has seen only four losing records. bases that year." ,
Kentucky had eightAt Pressly, the number one the number five position, The Gators were victorious in the one game '"He was the man I wanted to get the job'
press time Georgia, seed eased past GaryAlbertincofLSUby62,6 as Richard Healey lost a they've played since Fuller, announced, his freshman J.B., Caldwell said. "If you've got
Kentucky and Tennessee three-hour match to Lars retirement, but they still must 'win four: of the talent he (Bergman) will bring it out of
had not completed singles I margins. His semi-finals Holmberg of Mississippi their final five to finish over .500. you- and if you don't, you won't be around
due to a two-hour rain opponent will be Chip State 7-6, 67. 6-4. The Gators will be without the services of very long."
delay that hit the courts Wade of Alabama. Oescher in catcher Jim Shulock this weekend,and for the,' ,And so the retirement of Dave Fuller from
around 11 a.m. Doubles Number three John Finally: Jim remainder of the season. Shulock! strained the the helm of the Gators,has brought an end toa
were just starting for Kunnen went through two number six singles topped rotating cup in his right (throwing) shoulder fine career and an era of UF baseball. Yet at
6-0, r.ef
teams finished in singles. opponents to reach the Fred Ponte of Auburn match last weekend against Miami. Second baseman the same time, the promotion of Jay Bergman
And in singles, UF semi-finals, topping Peter 62. His semi-final ,John Cortese was also slightly injured duringthe brings a fresh spark of life to the team, a new
found the going relatively Marks of Ole Miss 6-0, 6.1 will be played against series when a baserunner slid into his left ray of hope, a youthful, enthusiastic brand of
easy IS they went through and Glen Booth of Heino Lentzo. \ ,.(:J Mississtnai I leg on a ,'I fr semifinal matches Kentucky 3-6.6-1.6-2..HeV' f State. expected- to. .see.. ..,aclipn."t, ,1'-1't his,epeke t1t.I.r l. ., .Ji! new era has dawned. ? "

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\ B1 NICK PUGUESE guards worn by the catcherare the plate) you can see tact that there are leagues
Alligator Sports Writer known as "the tools of everything. You can talk to around for girls to compete in "1Itt." .,,
The least glamorous ignorance". everybody. That's where the sports. .' I ", ','; ,
position In either baseball or But Darlene Jones,catcher action starts," explained the ">(1 started playing softball ..' ., 'liJi'" 0 '"iiilllk'' '' < "

softball is the catcher'sposition for the Up girl's softball team Merritt. Island native. with the guys i in third grade. I \. ,. ,' ;"(
and that is why the will argue that 'point. While Darlene enjoys was upset that there wasn't a ,1." ,, ,
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mask, chest pad and shin "BACK THERE (behind catching she appreciates the league for girls at that time" rI.>.t'1 :\\'it.! '4' "
said the 22-year-old brunette. '" ".
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Tom Classic"We
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our minds in shape." said UF be trying to lower their best would take the honors in of the keen competition.The .
women's track coach Kate time of 4:03.2."DIE : Oregon: : UF women's team has
Paulos. 4i03 will get us into CARROLL: FROM only been in existence for two
The Lady Gator tracksters the finals at nationals but. Merritt Island 1 is looking years,and Darlene has played
,r are competing in the Tom we'll need a 4:01 to place" strong in the 100 with an 11.1time both years. i';<)i: +t,,.,.,. .
,Black Classic, Saturday, in predicted the coach. and'a 25.6 for the: 220, LAST YEAR, the Lady, : ..:B "i\'Wt\" '''''\ '
their final competition before Lady Gator mile relayers but again her coach is looking Gator finished third in 'the i ;Wi', '.:'
next weeks nationals, and placed seventh in last ''year's for better performances.. state and this year they; .1't"" ,
Paulos is expecting best times championships. dropped down to fourth "
Paulos said she thought the
distances be photo by bob
and to equalledor Individually Paulos is tough competition the Lady place.' wool
bettered in the unscored: keeping a close watch on the "We could have come in DARLENE JONES BEHIND THE PLATE
Gators faced earlier this
open meet. times of. sophomore ,season in the Dogwood and second last year. Against .'cou Id hove won It all this year'evaluation
"NOW IS the hour," McGroarty and freshman Florida State we were'losing
Tennessee State would .
F claimed the coach., Carroll. Relays with two Innings to go and the
fair,them well. ,
r "We have to'gain the :MCGROARTY HAS done game was called because of' of her team was an' that 'girls should I stick,..with
needed psychological edge to the 880 in 2:15, but Paulos "We have no idea what the optimistic'one.' ,other girls. .
'f prove to ourselves that we can said "Mary will have to keep California schools are doing, rain.We really could have won it "We expected to make "1 feel that girls should not
I do it before we have to at pushing to get her time down. but we have competed: againstthe all this year. We just beat several mistakes this season compete with boys. I'm
nationals. We need to prove She has the potential to placeat best. people in the East 'ourselves by making a lot of :since we're young team. We, definitely for I all kinds of
I to ourselves that we can do it nationals, and first.place is and w$have held our own l- mental] errors. People that' will have 'a powerful team wom n's.competition except
before the big one." not out of her reach." that is what we need,to knowwe never made errors before were next year because most of the for,football and rugby whichare
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The Women's Collegiate In the 440 Paulos said can do, said the UF making errors," the senior girls will be returning, she too rough for girls," she.
Track and Field Nationals are McGroarty had' reached a coach. recreation major noted. said.. said.The
in Corvallis, Ore.. May 16-17. plateau time-wise. The Tom Black Classic is THE GIRLS finished with Summing up her ,feelingson much maligned art of
The Lady Gator mile-relay "Mary is at 58.1 and she an all day affair starting. at a 13-8'record this past year, the status of women in the .catching will never' be the
t1 team of Mary McGroarty. should be in the 57s in the noon Saturday and Coach' Val 'Abram's world of sports,.Darlene. said same thanks to Darlene. .





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By FRANK RINELLA, education major could be given a job at the YMCA," Turner

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However, Turner said, the job cannot be with A. religious,
will t receive '$547,000 in federal supplemental political or profitmakingorganization.. .'
Parents' I income is another factor
opportunity grants next year. that determines eligibilityand
students'U to Ira D. Turner, director of student financial the amount available from the prant.
money will aid "about 800 students." "IN MOST CASES, students whose parents make
total figure,$375,000 must be used for students who less than $9,000 will be eligible for the grant,"
received aid under this program before. The Turner said.Turner .
$172,000 will be allocated for students continuing pointed out that the number of children in college
program. could vary a family's income factor. '

PROGRAM will provide student financial grants of "OBVIOUSLY, parents who have two children,in college
would have to twice much to their children
$1,500 for the coming financial pay as put through,
year. school. So this is when look the "
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requirement of the grant is that the student ,must
the amount of the grant with money from one or more said.The
sources. $547,000 is an increase of $146,000 over last year's
allotment.The .
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or participate in the college work-study opportunity grants, the Florida Student Assistance Grant,'
IRA TURNER ," Turner said. and the basic educational opportunity grants goes to meet the
11. .grants aid 'about 800 THE work-study program, we put students in total pool needed for students who meet the eligibility
jobs that will relate to their majors for example, a physical requirements Turner said.



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19-year-old New York man was arrested Thursday in The suspected thief was confronted by a: Simpson
connection with a breaking and entering at Simpson Hall resident who asked to see his identification. (from page one)
earlier in the day according to University Police Department The suspect knocked the student to the floor and fled,
'(UPD) information.officer Jim Shuler. being pursued by another dorm resident who was not identified said, "and we have had very positive feedback from students
Paul Artele was apprehended at Brandywine apartments at by police. who have worked with us."
3:30: by UPD investigators and charged with breaking and The pursuer saw the suspect leave in a gold Mustang with aNew CRANNEY SAID one student who worked with the
entering with intent to commit a felony. York license plate. Reading'and Study Skills center reported a 250 point :improvement
Artele was arrested after a calculator was taken from a The calculator,valued at$108, was found in a wooded area on a GRE test for the second time.
room in Simpson Hall. I nearby. However students who have worked with the Reading and

Study Skills center and taken private. courses do not entirely
agree with Cranney.
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Resignationfrom; Bert Harris. 4AG, who has worked both with the Readingand
SG swear-in is FridayA Study Skills center and with John Mike, said he was not
( page one) satisfied with the instruction at the center. ,
"THE INSTRUCTION was not all that individualized andI
"He and I had talked over a period of three months about swearing-in ceremony for the recently elected Student think the program suffers in quality" Harris said.
the problems of February (the callback of appropriatedfunds Body officers will be held Friday at 3:30: p.m. at the J. Wayne Harris, however, said working with Mike was a more
).- Reitz Union Colonade. positive experience.
"HIS DEPARTMENT WAS hit especially hard, and I Honor Court Chancellor Byron Petersen will administer the "Mike had a well organized, very structured course,"
knew he felt he was not getting proper support from the oaths of office to Student Body President Jim Eaton Vice' Harris'said. "He taught me how to avoid the word games on
administration" Bryan said. President Dan Lobeck, Treasurer Caleb Grimes and Traffic the LSATs."
"We made some commitments that we weren't able to Court Chief Justice Isob Lindgren. HARRIS HAS NOT yet received test score results, however,
fulfill. We thought we would be able to fulfill them." Bryan Petersen was sworn in last Friday by former Honor Court he said he felt a greater degree of confidence having preparedwith
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The Independent Florida Alligator aofw bytemusCom un~ohosInc Gom'vn dlod No' ottia ll msco.ed ivth th Unwvrnay 0t F ondo FRIDAY NAYS, 1975 VOL. 67, NO. 131 Cheating break-ins yield 2 suspects Dy l0E MORAN Ampis Sb.o Wiser Two UF students hane been apprehended in two separate cheating-welated break-Ins on campus, and two more cases of breaking and entering are under Investigation, according to University Police Department (UPD) Information offcer Jim Sihulvr. All four break-ins occurred between May 2 and May 5, Shinler said. A Th3RD-YEAB Architecture and Fine Arns student ws taken Into custody after confessing to UPD lnveatlgatora he had broken into a room in the Architecture and Fine Arts Ddladng to attempt to change his grade In a professor's grade book. Chairman quits, says legislature 'not committed' By STUART EIMUICH Alflgute. SUE Wiler An actively recruited UP depmrdmant chairman has resigned his position, explaining the Florida legislature 'does not have the commitment needed to create a preat state university." Dr. James Heath, at UP for only a year, said he is going back to his old job as a professor at the University of Illinois. "MAYlE I HAD the wrong Idea when I came, but I thought we would be able to build a fihsa-rate program here. I don't think it is possible anymore," Heath said. Although Heath admitted that Improvements in the biology and zoology departments were not feasible this year became of financial problems. he added the attitude of the state government also played a part in his leaving. "I don't see any evidence there has been, or wWl ever be, the kind of commitment that it would take to create a first-rate university in this state." Heath said. WHEN HEATH was interviewed for the department chairman position, he said hm. expected the financial support necessary to"provide the kind of department the state of Especially needed were funds to almost double the number of teaching assistants and to provide large Increases in operating capital, such as chemicals and glassware. Heath estimated that an addition SIU.,00 would be "I don't reel right about it (not providing the program he feels is necessary). I feel we have excellent students who should get the best possible education. "I think they ought to have the same chance for a good edmeatlos here that they-would have had attending a school aslide the state of Florida," Heath explained. AhEI SAID the number of lab hours a UF biology or zoology student gets is less than a Fourth of the national average. "I wanted to do something about that. Our students are not getting the needed lab time." Heath said. Heat said there was "a lot of enthusiasm" for improving dhe d p.ment what he came to UF. DUTWE DID not know all these problems would corn up. the Arab. raising the price of oil, the coming of a wartime mconomy." He added he would not have agreed to cone If the economic coed klan we mm.e apparent at the time. Still. Heath Inslets his leaving should not be considered "a fit of migsr" "WIS JUST A case of a guy coming down here with dreams. .d there is -o way to fiulfil them." he explained. Dr. Robern fryaan, vice president for academic affairs, said he was "dlsappolnted" but not surprised at Heath's resiwiation,. (See ftsneinn' page nineteen) In another weekend incident, a University College student was nabbed after entering a Mechanical Engineering building offce to retrieve a test he had already completed. Both students have been referred to the Office of Student Conduct for disciplinary alton, and therefore their names can not be revealed, Shinier said. ff4 ADDITION, investigators arn looking into two other weekend breaking and entering incidents, but had not captured any suspects as of Thursday afternoon. Shuier said a glass panel in an offie door in Leigh Hall was foud shattered and a trail of blood led from the offce door to a men's testrom. Although chemistry exams are kept in the office, none wwr reported missing, Shuler said. A FOURTH ENTRY occurred in Biding "D" in an offic where *ccounltifig exams are stored. Again, no tests wdie reported missing. Shuler said. Investigators have no leads I. the break-in. The two incidents In which no suspects have been ap prehended are still under investigation. Shuler said information on the break-ins was not release until several days after they occurred because Investigatot were afraid publicity would "drlne the suspect. tan derground." Fiji Island nrs Their doses were probly surprised when teme vhsatcn were delivered Inside of bones, while Ahu Fiji's appeared at the door to deliver dhem Inyltofions "nallvee" themselves were palnted purple 01n4 to Fll Island Weekend '7t paraded In givanhrdown Museum load to Sororit' The native mood was elaborately setthe InRow. P re-exam courses called rip-ofi 3y KEVIN LWOM Ampi.,StaN Wait Private, and usually expesse courses claiming to improve scores on the Graduate Records Examinations (GRE) and Law School Admissions Tests (LSAT) receive mixed reviews. Proponuits for the courses claim Improvements of 70 points or more while o~~lustates test scores cannot be improved by quick "rerser couna. LAW SCHOOL ASSiSTAJET admissions officer Joyce Kate. taid the law school does not support or encourage students to take private preparation. "I think the courses are an outright rip-off." Kates said. "We recommend students use the Prelaw Handbook to prepare for LSArs. The Handbook Is compiled by the Educational Testing Service, the same company that makes up the LSAT and GRE's. It costs 13.96. E.L. DUNT, UF law professor. sgreed. "1 think time Prelaw Hamdbook Is the best way to prepare for LSAT's. The skills required for the LiArs -r learned over a long period of time and cannot be taught In a matter of weeks." he said. Dr. John Newell. College of Education assistant Dean. said students who take the private courses are generally students who hane taken the tests once and are repeating to nmprove S .oeNEWELL SAID IT IS "doubtful that uipsiflhat p-i Improvemutts would result from rsahue UeSt." John SailS, director of medIa telatss the Educations Testing Seriec, supported Newell's stahint"Relate neie. show shet a student repeating such -n hSmiatu I a second time .iht show slight Impeovemes.," Smith said Smikh sai the ETS dem not sem dkcourag students from repalang tat, ba., he aid heris5 allured colors -r 'misleadhe and thawe Ia-n evldns thm their use improves scorns" IOS4 MIKE, WHO TEACHES a petas pqvatos coerambi 170 for both GRE's and LSArs AIapes "I Or a refund to ny student In my scamp whe dess mc h.'prow his score by 70 points." Mike said. "T'he had on refund i the last year and a huff." Mike said prepartIcon courses alt necessary becaus GRE's and LSATs are based on "trickery" and itdan need to understand the sanantics betar they can do well. STUDENTS CAN ALSO prers Lu euaulnatiorn b working with the UN's Reading and Study Shills center free charge. Dr. Garr Cranney Jr., director of the castsr said student ate coached in specific skills such as vocabulary and readinj The emphasis it on lndivldulbkd hnde.o Cranme (See 'Tests.' page vnhtetmei A

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Pe, it beidep.d.s fl.M. Mavee, Md, Mey 9, 1975 Ford accepts Cuban overtures WASH INGTON (UPI) -In -n apparent brcakthrmugh in a 14-year-old he.isphcric cold war, the White House Thursday accepted what appeared to be overt ures toward reconcilIation by Cubeat Prtnier Fidel Castro. Presidential Press Secretar Ron Nese said Caitro "seats to have accped wtat th White House ha. referred to as the mutualityf of obligkio In improving relations betee His remarks were based on news reports front Havana quoting Castro at a news conforance as saying, "we wish for the people of the United States a wish of friendship." plus Indicating during a talk with visiting U.S. Sc. George McGovern. D-S.D., a willingness Co consider returning a 52 million ransom from a hijacked U.S. plane plus possible release of nine U.S. politivai prisoners In Havana,. The Democratic Senator frown South Dakota said Castro insisted on an end to the U.S. trade esnbargp of Cuba a. a prelude to a genuine thaw In relations. He said he sup.ported the demand. McGovern told a news coatence he met .4th Castro Wednesday night and that the talks continued at a pot-midnight barbecue and -automobile tour of Havana streets that lasted until 3 a.m. "I very definitely think the embargo should be lifted,"McGovern said. "Ihope the GAS (The OrganIzatIon of American States, now meeting in Washington) will lift its sanctions this week." He said a partial lifting of the embargo on food and medicines could be a positive firt step toward normalization of relations bevwee, the two countries. "I would not say the senate an Aeicabn people are ready for restoring reains.b we can begin taking steps. McGovern said. "One reason I favor renewed relatouls ii that it wi bring about a more balanced situation. Ending the policy of embargo is a way to reduce Soviet influence, not increase it."' McGovern met with newsmen heftre flying back to the United States from the four-day visit at Castro's invitation. friday Congress works I n resette ment#e WASHING'TON (Urn-A House mubcxmkites Thunday appoed as, inItial 546 mIllie. fhr Vista. refugee reslatemn In "a quickie action" that permits Prodidert Ford to ask for mows mousy later. At the same time, the Senate passed a "good samaritan" recolttIon welcoming Indodhinmse immigrants and ear.nuarted 527 millh. Is Id.e military aid -a a taster-ad hr resttiement operation. The 5406 millIon appswed by the House Appnpritlocs suboonmlttee Is the epprogrishon that will finance tme epqate refugee suslmnt bill being prucensed by the House uddary Comm t. The pprprit n il wa set to the full appropriatIons cogmIttee for attic. and the two conipaulon bis will likely come to a thus,. fler vote next Subommiteemeumbers,,ad te panel dued only,,4,5 million instead of the 5507 millIon Ford wanted because government officials said the reugse Influx EIght be sighdyp smnuller than anticipated. Teofidls testthelasd their estimate of "certain" refugeesnrivel. downward from ISOAXIG Apprpriaions committee dhalinan George I. Mectahon. D-Tex. described the subcommittee vote -s "wome kind of quickie ato designed to get ictthn darted -n refugee resettement'. STOCKHOLM (UP!) -A Swedish journalist Friday described Phnwn Peh as a city of tento Solowing the takeover of Cambodia by Khmer Rouge guerrmflas April 17. Herman LUndqulst. conrspoadent for the Stockholm fle.pqper Expeessen. who was trapped Inside die city, wrote from Bangkok that after die uhort-lIhed jovIil victory celebratIo, the wood turned gear end the country' e ft rulers shut down all communlcadlons. "'Thai came terror and dhe nlghtwuarw bqgan," he said in the first of a weigs of articles. "The whole time new guerrilla sin amed nto twdtyThn frien aI directions,. but the new troops did not laeg. They opened Aire. They shot In the air and Seqn the suns. "They hailed peopl, by loudspeake. and told them to leane the city binmedIatdly. .bat no -n eqlaied stert the people should go or sliy. If any of the confused people Iwaltatud. one In a group was shot so that the others knew that the (orders) wire for real." Uundqulat was one of a handful of furelgo newsmen who at South Boston again BOS'TON (UP!) -Some 500 whIte residents and students staged an angry duuonstratlo. today as buses carrying black students arrived at South Boston High School. About 270 stae and Iota] police, five on horseback aild 36 on motorcycles, brok, up the protesters but arrested nose of Police Supt. Joseph idan maid the white parents mid students staitd to mowe In when the buses containing the blacks arrived. but police pushed them back. stayed in Cambodia after the guerrilla takeover and took refuge In the French Emrbasay. lie Was meaely evacuated to Thailand, but along with other jourutallats he refused to write anything about his experiences until all foreigners had left Cambodia. "The guerrillas went into stores and took food. medicine. watches and alcohol." he said. "They wanted motorcycles. cars and bicycles" LUndqulst said mor, than 2.MG persons sought asylum at the Hotel Phmom. which the Rted Crcs s up -s an in* rernathunal neutral mite with Isrg Sugns around it explaining is Cambodian that no soldiers or weapons were to be allowed through it. gate. Firs t rebate checks w ill be maGiled today BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UP) -A Truant7y Department center In Birmingham Frkday will mall 3.5 milon federal income taz rebate duecks totalIng morle dun 537W million to laspqyus in II dta, Internal Reamse Sevie (IRS) officials income tax returns esaly Is, the ya, including all who have received tax refunds, said IRS spokesman Duxto. Lmnktbrd. The checks, ranging iker SEW to 530,. will be mailed out in groupa eah week according to the order In which income tareturns wire fldhesaid. The last dctcs will be mailed "Indlvlduuls who filled later oe lnthefllng seasos. and who are due a refund, wilt revive one dhuck with their refund end their rebate figured in the -am dctk" Laskford said. r Pwrple Tnque: a masterpiece made with SaCS AD, grape jutce, lemon twist. UINIVERSiTY (ITT TR A VKI. AUETEADI-PLANE-SE IP t eS w. unives.y Mt 8774M20 1k. InSwe.d.re ,teIj. AJli~. 4 publuc.,., C.m~os C.cn UIU&Cstn. .Stw.es.d e~ csw. ~ .M*Swd -.e. July. -4. a. w. --. -'S. Swd~ -ad -~fl flIw~t~*9*.ep~*fl. S. ~ -Awt a. -Wa. -~ Awe .s an. *@ baa 4.n~ ~ O~rca Ibla at U. ~a Awe *ip., s --d -.~ s Os.a Awe nip Sa .-.,s. .a~ ~ n. 95~ ad Aa 9e* *9 S. bfl,. Awe MI 40. -#0 4i~ 'qa. WwaS --*4g .d. *5 we-a ~. a am aU. ~AwO q mc ~ -.9 PS ~v *mp *d.ada -Wa S S asnL~a b a C' -a --Sn *4 '.'* -, .... :4/is. j Silence is broken on Cambodia Lgd. GEMeGOVEN ..kallh Cairo MEDICA L SCHOOL AIPIRANTI Over 400 -10 mid seam sill spply ts Aacan fical floods this year, but -nl tout 1450 mUi I. ulatd. 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Are You A Superstar ?2 Today Is the last day to Register. Find out by entering the First Annual Anurican Cancer Society Superstar '75 Competition May 16th, 17th, & 18th Das h Uya, a.*.a Obstacle Course Quarter Mile Shot Put Men: Football Passing Women: Softball Th Competition is open to every UF stude' with special dwsions for Varsity Athletes Entrance fee is $5 irow nt Fd. eninke ne assn key pbi apes,. Jaksun .d S.e iapendest S WIS AIM U SOM ETH A WITH SPEcIAL *American Indian Silver & Tourquoise Jewelry Sate Friday & Saturday Only RMRUelSSSMp "Custom work our s pecialty" Leather e Jewelry e Gifts. Swt~n.Set 1046 k,.pelnflA un HI aw.Usvwss~y gSn-TE A lb. Indespendeot Sed. Mus.e, Fidy, mAIy 9, 19f Peg* 3 Gov. Askew opposed to stfudentf regents plaOn Dy DRIMlI ONES A~gte SiaM Wdiwe Florida Governor Reubin Askew told UP new student government leaders Tursday he isopposed to adding students to the Board of Regents. Askew sand he has not yet decided whether he'wouldactually'"to a tudent'rege"ts bill i the legislature passes one this sesion. "I TlUICE, IF we add a student to the Board of Regents. we can get into conflict and 'ross purposes between the universities," A doze UF students including student body president -elect Jim Eaton talked with Asks, for twenty minutes Thursday about the university's budget, the pending tuition hike,. and the student regent bills now in the l'gsltur-. Earlier in the day, Eaton, Vice President elect Den Lobeck and Treasurer -elect Caleb Grimes began plans to try to rescind a mandatory summer attendance plan passd by th re~ onday. cell Des.gna. 2. York, th.y would "lik to work with his offic, for a new summer proposal, because If we can get a united flout, there lsagood chance we can get the regaits to rescind their summer policy," Eaton sai. 'The regents passed 4-3 a rule requiring all students who ainter four ytar universities wth less thus 90 quarter hours to take at least I5S hours during summer sessions before graduating,. York, the university presidents and the student body presidents tape all said they dma't lk, the regents' mandatory pa. SOVRPDIG our Askew on higher tuition. Mates said he Is particularly unhappy that it wil become law eve,' if the legislature doesn-t take up a fee resoluticut. Presently, tuition automaticlybecome law fee if the increases icg-itrn If tuition istobe raised, we ould-at leas like to have our day in the legIslature," Estee said. ASKEW SAID he didn't provide for a tuition increase in his budget "because I do feel that you can wind up pricing people out of the educational market." Defending Askew said he any fit. taxes "inflationary." his "bare-bones" budget. did not ask the legislature fhr because new taxes would be "ife.uatr tos irastaathat wil dilute the impact of the enx rebate pupasp. We're trying to pull in our belts and play a proper role in the nation." Askew said. AMONG TS GROUP of students who Bob Kisuscer, ILW. and Kathy Koplin. 4MM, said they -la to do what -he -a "at this late date" hn the seaSson and nok to set up a permanent UF student lobby hor nest year. The florida Student Lobby, a cooperative effort of six state uuiversltles filing UP. Is stil active but beset by financial and legal complications. EA'IhN SAID TUE UP Stodans uae "sod*ll" with State Senstor Dab Saundrs D-GaIuesvIlle, and Senstor Kenneth MacKay, D-Ocula. Wedeay nljht "just to get acquakutd." G .YmWnH pO iMt by hi. I. di"'. opodg vwsa'"udmt"eg't pan Medical An anesthesiology lntrn at the UF medical school was found dead in his GaInesville apartment 'Thursday. '""'P'r",'7, wa'fo"n nude fac dw I. his living room by two Malow interns at Wlilainsbuwg Apartment. aneodiig to igi. i.E. Griffin of the Gainesville Nilie Depatmeut (OPD). dead Perry was fbund with a nitrous odide tank and mask but it isnot known if thes. Items were related to his death. An eyewitness said poiiom canarrivedat il a., and removed wht he believed to be a bod at 3 pgm Th. death I. audit InvCStIUaOC by GPD. G6?tia improves to fair condition Mul G a 43. wepotdi air condition Wednesday at W.T. Shands Teaching Hospital. Gardsa was in critical condition for a week after suffering severe head injuries as a result o alfo a on st wido lege Tolbert Hall April 30. A hospital spokesman said Garcia has bees unt an It beingtedk a ru atin ward. Tennis Swimming 100 Yd. in tern found iMME

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eg&T I"dq.dent N.dM. Mhesar, PM.7y Mayt 975 UF cuts s pecial aid to s tudent lobby Dy DED3IE InERT Afllgato. Staff Writer. UF has cancelled its S2.J00 check to the struggling Florida Student Lobby in Tallahassee, but will continue to support the organization by paying the salaries of its Iwo em ploys. UIF Controller Joseph Hough said he held back the check because an opinion issued by.a Department of Education attorney said student fees could not be used to pay a private lobbying organization-. ALLOCATED BY THE sponsoring universities student governments, the funds could only be used by the lobbyists for salaries, travel and daily expenses, the opion sa Jim Eaton, UP student body presIdentelect, said the check was cancelled because university administrators feared sending the money to the organization would be illegal. The lobby was formed last March to represent student interests in the legislature. The six sponsoring universities agreed to contribute funds equsiling IC cents per student from each university. BECAUSE SENDING A check for any amount to the student lobby is legally questionable. UP "held back the money while trying to find a legal way to spend it," Eaton explained. Eaton met with Hough. UF Attorney Tonm Biggs and [UF Business Manager Richard Schifihi and decided UF could contribute its share by picking up the weekly salaries for the lobby director and his assistant. Director Msrk Hammond and Assi. Book exchange does well Director Dave Sigerson will receive $120 a week in (he form of consultants fees for the rest of the session. For the tour weeks left in -1W the legislative sasvin. UJFs contribution (a ihe lobby will amount to approximately 5*0. instead of the 52,8W0 originally allocated The re o ughtn a law In its first year of business, the Student Government consolidated book exchange has sold $7.650 worth of books. according to Lcdi Caldweli, student body vice president. "It was a big success. Fail quarter we sold twice -s many hooks as we sold In two quait.r last year." Caidwell said. "Next ywar we'll concentrate on cipanding It sand keein CDWELL SAID thene has bern a security peoblan and ay student, who have not gotten money back for books should bring an their receipts ad they will be rehmbued. Afl students who have brought books In throughout the year and have not sold them must reclaim them or they will become SGO property and given to prisons or charity. Cuidwell said the book eachaqle was succesMf because studmats have received ao moe Ic th bos mol th the boktoe oudpaa utdt -les for books boujt -angermped to the higher mark-up rate at tile booksoes. The Wook exchange wlill be open met week from lt:J0 a.e. o 12:3 p. Mndly ad Wednesday and from. KO:3G a.m. to 2.00 p.ow Friday. plh y eh mwsn Pot seized in UPD record-setter University Police Department (UFD) Invetigtors have made the largest marijuana ulasre in the history of the department. according to UPD) lanratoa officer Jius Shuler. Investigators confiscated six and cue-half pounds of Colombian mndijuana Insa men, west campus dormitory oot. Shkier said. HOWDEVE, NO ANNESTS were made In the May I drug raid, Shuler said, because the meter I. still under investigation. Shiler said details of the case and the names of an unspedfied number of suspects have been retirred to the Offes of Student Conduct. Ey BRIAN JONES Akaler Staff Writer EDITORS NOTE. Each Friday, The A&erwU mete eS pupen if aimss bpa e aimn. Fm S ulo-m -t a u ,-l nsa l.ihhebe a In th Flida House BIl ItO: to require state accident inmurne hr sue in unieriy athe ~vams .s I. the Education Committee. A ate compalucon bill is in the Senate Education Committee. 3Wl 192: directing the bard of Education to coordinate university and community college calenders, has been withdrawn from consideration because Its Senate counterparn has passed the Senate. has been -et to the House and is now in the House Education Committee. Bill 267: to require state banks to offer student loans it in the Education Committee. Bill 344: (&he Martin bill requiring active legislative approval of tuition hikes, is In the Education Committee. BIll 395: adding one student to the Board of Regents (ROR), was approved by the Education Committee and is no. in Appropriations. A similar bill In the Senate, SB 265. adding three students to the BOR is on the Senste floor hor debate sometime next week. Bill 401: allowIng direct upport organizations such as alumni associations to urn university property and seevica, was approved by the Education Committee and is now in Appropriation. A Senate companion was approved by the Senate Education Governm"entl erationsCommittee.' * Bill 591: removlqg students' power to divide student service fees, is In the Education Committee. Bill 707: to establish a Florida Op. University. I. I, the Education Committee. DIII 814: provdIng legislative approval far tuition, is ii the Education Committee. A similar bill In the Seate. SB 530. was approved by the Senate Education Conmlttee and Is In the Senate Rules and Calender Comit.e 8i11916: abolishing mandatory (he il -hour class contact nile for faculty, was approved by the Education Committee and is now on te Hm thor Ed Baill Io 14dret thDeamern o Eductionto qualls ulveesity (acuity salads btenmen and wome. and proding197,0 hrte plmn. is in the BIll 1178: redudlag BOR terms from nine to five yeas Is In the Education Cornisitee, O BEU l25: toexemptwunlvernity campuses from state traffic fines provided the BOR draws up Its own fines, Is in the Education Committee. BIll 1280: allowing the BOR to contract with private unIversItIes fir programs end serice. was approed by the Educaton Committee and I. now in Appropriations. A similar bill it the Senate. SB 741, is in the Education Committee. Dii: 1440. provIding UP 52(D,.0 to study lthaI palm tree yellowing is n the Education Committee. A similar bill mn lie Senate. SB 7O8, Is In the Agriculture Committee Bill 1483: adding a student representative to collective bwrgalalng councils, is in the Commerce CoimItee. In the Florida "Sent.e Bill 259: pnwvidag .alvwsties the right to maintain confidentidl faculty evaluation fies, was approved by the Education Cony mittee and Is now -n the Stoat. floor. Diii 456: allowIng full-time state etiployes to enroll far up to bhe free cia. howrs par quarter In state unhersis, is in the Governmental Operationg Committee. 01B111904: a DOR proposal to raise tuihion fees for neat year. is In the Education Committee. The Military Bell, sponsored annually by the UF Military Science O meut, w~I be held Friday at the Oamm l IltonThe bad "F% ", sant playing at 9 p.m. Tickets -e U pm couple and are avahlble oenm ian epleet Hlln Three UP coeds haue been elected buTI IS cotmsants as finds In the wupltlOO for Quae of the bell. 155 12hItrest 3164016 ~ Ay and Ever thing orsports Cr emaan *d Cavele Ipeeld%, wA -.~I',*i I

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Th. Indepenteflt Mcrid. M11,te. Mdey. M.1 9, I97S. e.s5 assSewer rate cut 'S doesn't satisfy irate residents a 3JJUDY MOORE Ants Staf Vitarer The Regional Utilities Hoard (Rum) cut eter rates slightly UtM R~ig Monday before Morn than 75 angry. and stall dissatIsfied, pe sGainesville residents. n pm noust. 'The cut would reduce the average user's bill by only a few cents a month but would reduce the heavy USer's balls up to JO eColr lV Ac n ey opt. PC' cent. .Feumlhdd Son. of the utility customers said their rates had more than *kndlvluo bedroom, tripled. .0.a Grnus A STUDY of a proposal for further cuts, introduced by City aENal Commissioner Joseph Little, was ordered for the board's May 21 meeting. .Sly I Macba b es my The RUB figures sewer rates on the percentage of a resident's total water that ii estimated to return to the sewer NOW l.ing er MI systemfor treatment through sinks, bthtubs and toilets. 914 S eihAve.3ye.Water used for drinking, washing cars or watering lawns I. 034 W IS Mt 70'not returned to the sewage system and not treated fir reuse. and therefore should not be charged a snwage lee. A rate is assessed for jadh I .000 gallons of snwag. returned to the system. At the old RUB estimate of 81 per cent water returned and treated, a person using 30,0W) aligns of water would be charged for 8.100 gallons of sewage. THE AVERAGE persons uses between 43 and 75 gallon. of water day, or about I .500 gallons a month. Despite shouts from the audience of "you're rich, you can afford it," and "You woa't be ejected again.' the RUB limited it'. cuts to: A reduction from SI per cent to 68 per crnt of the estimated amount of total water returned to the sewage system. *Areduction front .90 to .W0 in the cost of eadh I.00 gallons of water used after the first 4,000 gallon:; the first 4,00W gallons would cost $1.18 per 1,000 gallons. ll* No fee charge after 24,000 gallons of consuniptioui, the .present 18,000 limit, retroactive to last month's bills for users of more than 14,00W gallons. CORWL4INING that they were being charged eage fees fbr watering their yards, audience members petitioned the bonrd for more tha., an hour. One prttestor. Mn. Rebecca Robinette, who lives in a LLL trailer on NW 13th Street, said her sewage bill jumped from 14.39 to SIS in April. Robiaette said she had watered her yard a lot in April and had used 12,000 gallons as compared to 3,0W0 gallons in March. "MY WATER RATE rose from $3.75 to $20.50. I don't mind paying extra for water l ust, but it's not right for me to pay sewage bills for watering my yard," she said. Robinette added that her total bill for April was 126.56 as compared to 5&.52 in March. Little received chewrs from the audience with his co.'ment that tbesewer charge was the ooly rate he kunof that "charged people for something they didn't get." IfITLE SAiD the decrease of the limit from 18,000 to 14,000 gallons would help the heavy user but would have little effect -n the average person. "Most peopl. don't use mud, more thau about 4.0W0 gallons of water per month, excluding watering the law. If they do water thdir lawns, that's still 30,00W gallons they're paying sewage bills on," he said. Little's plat, which he said would be "closer to being more equitable to more people" called for a 5,00W gallon maximum for dwellings of I. than five moms; an 8,000 gallon maximum for dwellings of five to seven rooms; and an 11,00W gallon maximum for eight rooms or more. TUE WIT 4,00W gallons would cost 51.18 per 1,0W0 gallons It would cost 90 cents per gallon after that up to the 14,0 fnou Ihmla. 'bs proposal at with cheers from the audience, but groans ha. the MUBD. Utilities director Robert Roundtree and other board ammburs 'we worried about loss of revenue under Little's system.I'SE WOAND will agree there are some gluring Inequities i, the system. But, we would find ourselves In very bad fluaslial kaoubi 1we accepted this proposaL," Rowndtree said. The final vote baund only little and Cogiaty Commlsuloger Perry MeCriff appwdaig the plan, SHowever. County Commission chairman Jack Durrance suggested the economic efficts of time proposal be studied ad presented for couslderatioa, at the board's next meeting. SOME IN the audience were concerned that they wine not able to keep their yards attractive with the hIgh rats. One man said the RUB should be concerned with "keeping Gainesville the heautifl place It Is," by charging rates low enough to allow people to take cure of their yw&ds Others were copoened with more bade pm&b4es. *Onq in sai he nee to "o mfh counting the number of tues she flushed heat~t.

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PMg. a.h heap.a. usi ans. rUSE. mer9 "fl Advertising costs most Search for VP cos t $2, 109 UP spent 12.109 to appoint Robert Bryan vice president rot acadeinic affairs. Most of the money went to pay travel expenses for the off-campus candidates inrerniewed by the Vice Presidential Search Committee and for advernising in national publications. TUE COMMlEE screened inert than 200 candidates and made sease recm.mesndatloss to UF President Robert Q. Marstoc last week. Marston announced his support of Bryan for the position and the Board of Regents gave final approval Monday. Bryan was interim vice presIdent for almost a year before being named to the permanent position. TXAVEL EXPENSES for the four offcampus candidates cost 1722.55. Advertising in wide circulation periodicals. one of the requirements of UF's Affirmative Action program. canse to 1,085. Other expenses such as long distance phone calls, lunches,.Xerox and postage added up to 1302, THlE FUNDS FOR the search case from Marnton's budget for travel and concesSiOns. according to Hugh Cunningham, (F public iilnuadon offcer. Some of the advertising expenses were also paid by the Offce for Adminlstrative Affairs, Cunningham said. ROSET IaYAI4 appointedd over 200 candIdate, By JUDY MOORE Aug. StaffWdsr OF's reflasal to pay increased city water rates drew ire from Regional Utilities Board (RUB) members and resulted in the appointinest of a task force to confront UF and legislative delegates. U F's water rate was raised from Zt cents to 52 cents per IOtD gallons March 31. The Increase would cost UP an additional 115.000 per month. THE TASK forc, was ordered after discussion by boand members of the feasibility of taking UF to court or cutting their water off. Utilities Director Robert Roundtree said that all areas should be explored to try to "resolve the situation without litigation." William Elnore. UF vice president for administrative affairs, said UP has been authorized by the Board of Regent, to pyno snore than 26 casts per Sl.00 gallons of water during the fiscal year endIng June 30. 1975. ELMORE SAID Cainmsule is oblipted by a decision of the Florida Supreme Coast to supply UP with free wtwr. He said the lqgldatun later paused a bill sponsored by a local legislative deatlo. to require UP to pay fhr SeM. President Marston has apead to meet with the city task torc. S a cost.g to be arranged by City bmawe Harold Farmaer. Other inunbern of the daty ora ilde. Gainesville Mayor Mcdl Butler; ehakutan af the County Conmlalca.n Jack Durnn.; and City Attorney 0.e Fagsn. Marston said, "I bebne UP should pay am appropriate fec for water. I undurtand that the legislature, In coatlamlng to anchrize payment for water, wil st a dollar figure, which we will be allowed to pay and we will pay that amount." Stewart UdczII to s peak during Earth Week at UF Dy DREW DAUE, Akpas Sta Wikler Stewart Udail, howe U.S. Secretary of dhe Interdor, will speak at UP May 14 as part of Earth Wask t75 actIvities. "The g, as S p.m. at the .Wayne Ritz Action 0roap and Univerhy College Councl. aTrE, ACTIllTZS SCUEDUJLED AR MONDAYt I p.m.: Mark Brown lecture -n energy. Union 122. 4 p.m.: Essay mantest entries due. S p.m.: "Ths Ar We hreath," a movie,. UniOn 356, TUESDAY, I p.m.: Suma Bayly lecture on Wilducod Water Wastes. Union 122. 2:15 p.m.: Tour of CoMta! EngIneerIng Complex; meets at Union. 9:00 p.m.: "Silent Running," a North Lawn. Raitz Union. WEDNESDAY, dR day: solar display. Unca. ThURSDAY. I p.m.: Dr. Hemany, Woodlands Project lecture. 122. movie, energy James Union, 9 p.m.: "The Air We Breath," a movie. Union 356. FRIDAY. 8 asm. to SATURDAY. 9 a.m.: Aluminum recycling competition. commuter let. SATURDAY. I p.m.: Legislative workshop, Union 122. I2 noon: free picnic behind Broward Hail. 2:30 p.m.: camping trip leaves for Hopkins praire. The EAG will have an Infromatlon booth open all week -n the plaza aid recycling information and demonstrations on the 2nd floor of the union. 00 an nfl S 0u "Ihaik Is mhsgedier s mene powedu., male Impedesn bask Amn Wescdmlp RICHARD ADAMS' Wutsrlp turn was a nunter mnm heamsq, sinnIng waik of ImogInolion and slmylling paner as wIdely acclimed as It wms sicc-"Uh'. HI. new hook Is.o maslmrplece -a novel of kany depth and hnaglnollve fMre which tad, Weirii hen. ShnSe I. a fanner of member -Indeed Sf tigle -chndee, cannsed upon Urn longawoetd rslncamasn f te gig. nsE hear Shaed& mind hi. eselnco among the Oflelgmi -el. Sherdik himself domlnals Iih novel, a dangerous, hug, ant mydlertaus animal, aliearngwheiher by accIdent or by design of fane -ateng It halb-borc O.1.1gmn to be poised by Kelderek the husaer, who discovers the hewr and moves 116if, asthescrdMesgeror od. Primurlly, StemS I. a sipping Isle of war, sdtem honor mid rmence, but an a deeper level It I, a mmatasubhe auplorseoe of matd' gu sead perennial cancepr of divine Incameono far is. real beer Is oh.o a pohent qymbol. Astued him. Rkchard Adame, In a novel that holds A. resists efiwims from Sem fIs~tct die lost, ha. coonfincted a werd tat curie. cainwiden and Is totlly Sookland *aItwsvII@ I S Sfl,055i I p p t MaII RU B to conf ront U F ~IS 't.**, I I

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THE ALLIGATOR WANT_ YOUI I Make a diEfeence lb. ludependent pNerlda mheng,mndt.ffiuelsecmv. MlII.le Is ln&Idng hr 'mpitrs butth, wetk bl mpdS A .dg end spvrl, wrim l hlp us .qpedsoc. bmWel Is WedhWOIh. cow.r campus, cty end is.t Mny. Ilsmsad dhnud cas ew. ,.r S. CNeg. I., The.le .,nmuc, e.hours ,,7 W. UnvnreIAn. b F *, ~. ItAS The independn* Aordd MIg.or, Mday. Mey 9. 1975. Pug.?7 More blacks go Greek as frczt interest grows By JOHN WAINWRIGHT Algato. ShER Wdth, Because of increased interest by black students in fraternity and sorority lift on campus. all but one of six new charters granted at UF in the last three years have represented predominantly black national fraternaties and sororities. Two of thes, chastern were pranted this spring: one~ to the ThI Beta Sigma fraternity on Wednesday, and one to the Delta Sigma Theta sornrity In March. "IN THS PAST TUREE ytars," said Don Emerson, president of the lnterfrsternlty Council, (1FC). three ne. national fraternities have been chartered at UP and a colony is in residence at Yon Hall ( a colony is a unit not yet chartered). AMI four represent predominantly black national fraternities. "But there's a definite interest in all fraternities on campus. There no doubt about that. We,. got one of the largest Greek systems in the Southeast. And right now, two new national fraternities are looking to establish their chapters on our campus." Emerson said. At present, there are 28 active fraternity chapters and one colony on campus. lhire are I7 sororities and three colonies. "f'S TRUE THAT the new chapter hene and the increase in pledges are due to the interest by blacks in fraternity life," said Bob Rurrell, assistant dean for student services, "but pledges overall are definitely up. "It hasn't been that way for the past ft. years." continued Burrell. 'In 1%67-68 1.100 men pledged. By 1972. that number had been cut in half. SInce '72. the pledge trend has increased about 10 to IS per ccent a year. For 19741973, about 90 man pledged, he .81d. UP sororities also ushow growth-An the number of new chapters on campus, with two new charters granted within the past 12 months and a third expected later this month. "ALL THR OF these new sororities are predominantly black national sororities," said Lily Striker, recording secretary for the Panhellenic Council. "During the past five years. sorority pledging at tiF did sot suffer a decrease in sny year. always pledging more in each succeedIng year." said Lois Sparkman. assistant dean for student services. Fee hike study proposed In an effort to "keep the Board of Regents from imposing a special tax in the form of fees" on students. icp. Sidney Martin. 0Hawthorne ha. filed a resolution calling for a study of the proposed fee bike. Martin said, "I couldn't in good conscience allow the Increase to gb through without trying to stop it." The regents have approved a per credit fee schedule of 14 for freshman and sophomores $15 for juniors and seniors and $20 for graduat, credit hours. Martin's resolution calls for a joint consmince of the House oflipqasentatives and the Senate to study the fhe hike and 'alter or amend the ft. schedule in the best inltst of the state." According to Manin's legislative aIde Jan McGee, Martin's view is that if more money is needed to finance higher education, the burden should be put on the taxpayers of Florida equally and not just students and their families. Night marathon may face ban The deaths of four UP fraternity men in a March 1 hIghway crash may result in a revision of Florida traffic law. Sen. Bob Saunders of Gainesville said he intends to forward a recommendation of the Taylor County Grand Jury to Senate Traspodtation Committee Chairman Ralph Poeton of Miami. The grand jury, in a one-page summary report, recommended a prohibition of night marathon activities similar to the "run-athorn" the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity men were participating In at the timeof the crabh. The frat brothers were involved in a Galinesville-to-Tallahassee marathon run to raise money foe the heart fund. Al Alsobrook, executive assistant to Saunders said Saunders "will communicate with S.,,. PNeon to look Into" the need for ne. traffic legislation to prevent a reocurrenee of the tragedy. S Sc. C a Iv ---.---. ...-w 0 Inb~vtilecoSr.t 4 e e # %

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Committee By DEUDIE ERICKSON AlluS. Staff Writ The Student Oermment Budget and Finance Committee recommended Tuesday that baur SG funded organizations receive a 13,5W0 to SZS,d60 budget increase next year. SG salaries received the highest budget increase recommendation. Sue CGine, budget and finance committee member, ,said, the the main increase was career service employs salaries. "A FUILTIME secretary for the finance division was added, eliminating college work service personnel. This was done because of a new law stating all bills must be paid 30 days after receiving the bill," Cline said. This law covers all organtzatiouis funded by SG. she said,. "A full-tin,. secretary was hired because she is more urges SG bi dependable then students who have classes and tests'" ShC xTHERE WERE A lot of little areas where salaries were increased, Cline said. The addition of an Honor Court secretary and a costume assistant for the Florida Players increased the budget by 51,410. Clint said the costume assistant, who will only be paid summer quarter. was needed because of the increased work load for all members during that quarter. "A SECOND secretary was added to the H onor Court staff last winter quarter to help handle the increasedcase load. The salary for the new secretary was reflected in the new budget only. One secretary will take care of bad checks and the other will take care of cases," Clint said. -The second largest budget increase, 522,5W, was Bill bans univers ity advertis ing Dy DEEDSE EBERT MeassStaff Wras.r Universities and community colleges may have to Mtop actively recruiting students through advertising compaigns if bill before the Hogse Education Committee becomes law. "We shouldn't be breaking our necks to recruit people to spend tax defiars," the bill's sponsor. Rep. Van Poole, R-Fort Lauderdale. said. "We don't neied new students, we can't even take care of the number of students piling in (to community colleges and universities) right now." POOLE'S BilL prohibits state-supported universities,. community colleges and high schools from running advtflttiefti to encourage more people to enroll or register in classes. A House Education subcommittee passed the proposal 3-2 Thursday after exempting some advertising functions from the prohibition. Poole said the bill is primarily aimed at colleges and universities which conduct intensive advertising campaigns to attract more students. "LAST YEAR, WE (the House Appropriations Committee) became disgusted by the advertisements to recruit students in non-academuc courses like macrame or belly-dancing or how to train your dog." he explained. While these types of courses are paid for by charging students, and not by funds from the state, Poole said he objected to the advertisements being paid out of general revenue funds. Poole said sone schools otfer and advertise the nonacademic counsts to lure more person into the school, and then encourage the new students to register for accredited courses. That way, the school builds up its VTrE (full-time student equivalent) which determines how much state money the school receives, he said -VETER ANSLOOKED AT TH E JOB MARKET LA TELY? There's a $12000 a year job ait*n 'or you ARMY ROTC Call or visit L.TC John Carlin *y. *Q .tiaj TIE DILL FORUIDS recruitment but allown universities and cwlleges to publicize athletic, cultural and performing arts events. Advertising would also be allowed for lectures, seminars, and commencement exercises. University and community college continuing education pluprams which offer coufermncs, non-credit courses and training programs would no hunger be allowed to advertise these unless a professional association co.ponsorliig the program paid for the ad Ia full. Dr, Lee Henderson, director of the state Division of Community Colleges, said "the exemptions as I understand them are not broad enough." "We have a commitment to equal sctes and equal oppertunity p.n. Ilf we're going to get minority students we must recruit one way or another." HENDERSON SAID Hi had "no disagreement' with the bill's intent to cut student recruiting from advertisements. The problem. headed, is "where does useful public information end and active recruitment begin?" Seine advertising I. necessary to 'make sure minority and part-time students know about various prqgrains," Hen. derson said,. DR. HANK GORODANO, assistant vice chancellor of academic affairs in the state university system, said the ad.vertising restrictions will pose saint problems for "outreach" programs in metropolitan areas that rely on parn-time students from outside the university. "My concern is how can you let people know these courses arc available to them. .how do you reach individuals In the community without using the media to advertiseV" he asked. The point of the bill. Poole said. Is to stop pulling students into an educational system that can't afford quality programs for the students it has. "We shouldn't be advertising lbr students at all while the budget is so tight." he continued. "In fact, we should be discouraging students fran going to school right now." EXOTIC iT BELLY DANCE During our Happy Hour today at the Connection Lounge, an exotic bellydancer will perform from 6-8 PM. Relax and enjoy your favorite drink in our intimate atmosphere. Bring your wife or girl along, or just come with some friends. Our Happy Hour Is from 5-8 pm, and we provide free popcorn. THlE CONNECTION Bringing the exotic art of Bellydmncing from Cairo & the Nlleto Bivens Arm Lake. 3500 L~W. 1*h St. 37-276 'ON EWEl AIM AW'" .~ idget hikes recommeddfo Centertainment CGino said ths was (0 p"The attendenec at all paid events was dropping and the atedeace at fe ents even iitwas a moi students had P 4TERMURALS iECEnvE the third largest budget increase of 15,450. "This was mainly due to the rising cost of living. Phone, electricity and especially utilitie, all cost more,' The sntrmurals department also received an added expense of having to purchase their own marking equipment, she said. Explaining the new expense, Cine said the athletic to use their marking equipmentt fo sportsrementne equipment w i cost a xmatdly SI.00 e said.ex year than they did this year. Clint said this was due to an overall colt increase. committee is estimating te cost to be 528t.," she said. Last year Gator Growl lost mosey because of free adminsion to students and the jemernl public. Clint said. Next year. the Budget and Finance Committee reconimenided student, be charged -o admission because they are paying indirectly through SG. and that 75 cents to 51.25 be charged to the general public. smallest in cit Gainesville's three predominantly student precincts reported the lowest voter turnouts of the city's 16 precincts in Tuesday's city commission election. The J. Wayne Reiti Union had cinly 2!7 student, voting out of 3,645 regIstered -a 5.9 per cent voter turn out. Nearby P.K. Vonge, also a heavily-student district. had the second lowest turnout with only 272 people voting out of 2,865 registered. Santa Fe Jr. College precinct (west campus) followed with 264 voting of the 2,932 registered -or a 13.5 per cent. For the city assa whole, twrnout was IS per cent of the total registered voters. Supervisor of Elections Alma Bethea said the reason bor the low percentages was that many students register to vote only to use the voter registration card Msan 1Dmo proof of Florida residency but arc not interested in city government. City Commission candidate Ann Winnie. who missed making the runoff by 97 votes, blamed the low student turn out for her loss. Winnie won the Reiti Union precinct easily, won at Pl. Yonge by a small margin over Aaron Green and followed Green at the Santa Fe precinct by only a few votes. FREE EECTRONIC ENGINE ANALYSIS wm.H i ~N. N. M5M T. fHU 3UCd I s.--------.----.--I TO ALL MOTH El OUT TH D AY 10 % offa (cookies, molas ses) YO R S ERE U 'p yr ER. :andy bars, honey, 15 St

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> the place Is not big enough for everyone eserve now to be certain of Fal occupancy. eClosast so Campus .Moster TV Anbenno sPool, Sauna .Fe Frished .ounduy Facilties ISa.m cJ ib. hldhist people I. Gulneville ^ U n p64 plvt Gloxiulam 6 BegonIas e Palms STILL 7/ PM The Izenvte d [edil Plan Stores Store 1 I Store 2 22 NW isihit (acrme from ""og'"'"n) .. a .~ *tt dh,4L S -*3**''~ I II 4 t I. 621 W. Univ. (acme 9 rm she Circus je. 377-4121 p Li" ~I' tQer DAY SPECIAL1 15% off wit coupo #a9.w4.u&II.fl I ------------fl-u ~, .*t,. C.S5~ *.e at. .4 -J U ii WH AT'S HAPPENING By TOM VIENSTRA AHp. -SaCWi. PLASTEREDi The having a "Polynesian Commons from 8 p.m. Murphrne Area activities board is Plaster" party in the Mrphrne to midnight Saturday. Admission is MIDDLE EARTH: flit Middle Earth Coffeehouse wants folks to come out for a good aim. and live entertainment Saturday nigbt from 9 to I in underground Sledd I. ARTS FAIR: Artists, craftsmen, musicians. dancers and all others are invited to show their talents at the Micanepy Arts Fair Saturday at the Micanopy Town Hall from 10 a.m. to 3 SOFTIALL?: All interested are invited to the first annual Alligator-Honor Court softball game Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at Beta field. Admission is fte. LECTURE: "Artificial aid Natural Beach Nourlbmest" will be the topic of Dr. H.K. Brooks insa lecture tonight at 8, 3Af-D2UE hell Pre-Veteriary Students will have a Bar-B-Que at Cross Creek park, heaving the Huie Hall parking lot at 10 anm. Saturday. For rides mid information call 372-%63 or 377-2395. 3ASEIALL DRAFT: The Stratomatic Baseball league .113 have a player draft for leagu. play Saturday at 10:30 a.m. In -room 339 ReInz Union. BOOKSTORE CHECKS: There will be a 5 service chirpe for any returned checks wrdttwi to the flookatore after May MOVIE: "Grands Cldad&", a Brazilian movie with English subtktles will be shows Sunday nIght at 7:3Gmi the ArchItecture and Floe Arts Duilding room lO5B. MICRODIOWOGY, Students intened In fruing a microbiology club meet Sunday at 2 p.m. at Lake Waterg. For -or InfomatIon castact tog Gilbnath at376-UOJ3. COPnTEmmvuEws. StudSnt. intendsed In co-op dorms for Summer and Fail quarters en at Weawer 11*11 bawument Mayl10andll1,and ao May17 aad IS. EAIA DISCUSSION: There will be a Bthai faith dlscussioa tonight at S In room 118 beIts Union. HILLEL ACTIVTIEfl The HillSl Jewish Center has morning srvces Saturday at 9:30, Kldddhh at -oo, and a Mincha and Ethics stwdy at 6:30. Anyone interested I, Invited to attend. FOLKDANCING. UP Folkdancwms invite interested students and faculty to their beginning dance class at 9 p.m. on Friday nights. For mere information call John Ward at 376-0224. 4* r Wth~ place IMIEW IhdAra. t 372-3557 ~:*

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Puge IC, lb. IodepeodmsN.M.dd MngSt rMSdy. Meyt9 197$ EDITORIAL Panhandling The phrase "class warfare" can create as much' animosity as any in the language. As they used to say up in the hills, "Them's fightin' words." This week City Comniisssioner Russell Ramsey expressed concern that a proposed antipanhandling ordinance might be taken as a "war against a certain class of people." The matter was sent to city attorney Osee Fagan, who will make a proposal fir an ordinance which would ban panhandling. Ramsey told his fellow commissioners the ordinance should be enforceable to all socio-economic groups. While Ramsey is correct in not wishing to abridge the rights of the poor, his logic is steeped in inaction. m It reminds us of Anatole France, who said, "The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as nill as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the T hy il cm me streets, and to steal bread." Certainly, an anti-panhandling ordinance would I was sitting around my apartment the other day, debating Thin., not discriminate against bankers or city conmissioners. But an ordinance would not have to discriminate against any 'soclo-economic group" as long as it prohibited panhandling. Jacksonville ran into problems with an ordinance which was directed at reducing panhandling, but it was so vague that it also restricted vagrancy. It was ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court. ice Little. newly re-elected city commissioner. expresses the desire to see P agan come up with a tighter, less vage ordinance than the one in Jacksonville. "It will take some real care," is the way he phrased it. We agree, and add-it ii badly needed. It wouldn't be so bad if the panhandlers were the exceptions, but they have become the rule in certi areas. Certain blacks of West University Avenue and 13th Streetuareso crowded with panhandles It is a rare occasion when one can escape. And Ofi tap of that, saine panhkandles have apparently beome ab odu 0mgesauan mumr rpoded -uern s ee adaui& hegging, and grabbing toad, this harassing his Pagan saps the ardlamacs he Is working am would ferti "bl and paum adlng. It would maske useusary provlulaus to cesp "legItaite religious ad charitable crgpmlnlmm" according to Par, That in b. bopcnta point.W would use kt. to -e Udatd Way voam and church tapsin-.es hauglS horg de-ido. ?4io would we want to srZ SLsh auas t ChStmias because Is Is rigig a hell and taking Mo shes.u to be kied. After aM. this is suppumed to be a means of laws. Cl.s wafse need us eve be mmads. --i'tl&* S. wyed. dlei, dmM.-.peced .nd inst insed o be signed with a p.odonym. Nuiwl ,.41 wltmA.Id only 4f wrier shc4.s galt cues. Th. .diwor ueen.the rltte edit ol teavr for *p0c*. WIIWes fay .hbtit anger may. colunme or Mt.rs go be wMnldred fat usa a. "spaking CuC" column. AMy wtr ksredued In. Sable0n o vegl.r cmdn I. Mid. watlt S.e .dt, and b. prepenmd .thow .empqh. of hi. wait. whether or not tomse the Ilest LUnda Lsdeace movie, flat I came aws a copy of the Ma I Alligator. Turning to the editorial pageI saw that my okd friend Tihn Condo. had a colun on page S, so I read what rim had to say about Npo Doing, his former karate Instructor. ft anums that Tim wrote about "the Communist yake.the Communists enslaving his people.a society being taken over coursing through their veins") was a result of a lack of journalism training, as law students aren't always syntactical splaidous. ThEN I REEMEIWUEUED that ThY. is a former Alligator editor and has written quite a few editorials and columns for the paper. As matter of (act. Tim Condon on Sept. 24,.1973 wrote a column defending the murder of Chilean President Salvador Allende; the column was titled "Allende death relief for Chile." What did Tim have to say about a democratically elected president? According to im. Allende "proceeded to nearly destroy his country. economically and otherwist.HIs Iqgacy was repression, poverty. inflation and chaos, the moraS byproducts of thrmughplng (sic) wcallsm." And so It goes. wishes a .wd about iT, the CIA, and othe Chilie opeduis who worked to overthrow the "Mardnt Iat" Tbm Caden wrote about. Does Thu jStIfr th. murder of hetits, as Willis. F. Bncklqy, Jr. did Is a Chils-orlested colum publIshed Is the Sept. 29. 13 Gaimm.Uie Sun? lInul, Is an antiStat O~euemest Alligator column of Sept. 29. 3973. Thu rebuSe escSMdto "the SG junta," "dh. student jews." "the apmqyotdhsa" and "lante number (II a." YVs Thu debmded the Chilean jin hi by A flacks. andaa-Mw jnt thea has admitted to kill.5g lOA flynn Sept. II, 3973. Why? 'm m uphed that Tb sued an dhlja column law wetk I. dSk ohs Vietnam =adedla w.r ba hhAs b es of Mm.A 192 meuslm pubs Sr EdusicPlfi Atadi edhia and mdih U.t.rrr.Cia-m-a -'led 1yg.,.but Ngupan Vsn The Independent Florida Alligator (II (Aanaan IA TenjaMndah.r lay McG. Jr. Coano Lubmo &.ey Koaer Lyndo Ho.Ier Lynn Sokd., Ol.od. Mwls"n I .000 ~I fO ho jailed oppouitlcn candidates. "ha. iplemented a prugras that no tyrant In hlstoqy has dazed to do And Trn defended the war and the military machine in columns of Ja.m0asd Jan. 2i, 3972; In the letter column, be used the word "commits" and referrd mnrcastlceily to 'the Veterans for Surrender.er.Puin.'" "Iliac are the jokes. Ibiks. In this Jan. 23, 1972 column which d~a-ed ROTC at sme length ("miltary science, which baa been granted a DAV ID WILLE place on almost every university curriculum concerned with the reai world since the beginning of time"). Tin, refurnd to ::our own UF Vets for Peace"' just as he would put the word "peace' tn quotation marks in a editorial of May 2, 1Q73. when he was editor. Tinm has called himself a "libaitarian" since Sept. 1971 (ice Sept. 27, 1Q73 Alligator), yet after his pmo-war editorials of the spring of 1973, Bill Dunn and Abby Goldsmith wrote a better that was pointed in the May 2,a973Aligsnor The letter read in parn: "Those people who prs'st In ratloanllug the Immoerality of the war in Vietnam Is any manner hate ceased to be lbatauas" As ely as Dec. I, 1971, the prIsued a po-war letter by Thu, Bda Damarly, Mike Car aad thrum other members of Youq irPedao wh1Mb TI. was vice chairman Ia 1973. Cas o 0~k @1 II, Tim ad Ida. were lIving MS.th YAP hes Sb -~ pl In Snme while MIke Carn was afliq 133 ups tornm the YAP bemsw ifsp up. dh. VVAW -bs ibiS e. Guhumv~Il S., Jon II. 173 flu -m M's egnie that Tim's volume of ins. 7. 1972 imo-m-u lhs VYAW. And I', e i'. alamme that tiems aum .May 9. l972 pahSd J. ErHew. konow Ii's 1975. and Tbm Comb. h accuulug the "numbie" cfelmo. wan. Tbm rur.m je, mabe I. Auaa .buts ahiuli hmew Shn she "AMpshsn AntdCom a'sAl." s as .mdr qpius kmBaeo Arlm(sueMmi Mcus.a Ain C* a. mu.s -ih. Tb,? Mm umasm Na Ster .---Mmr oncvsv .A.l.g, Sp~ci C Snons Coovdlnotor MvhgPrdcIo mee .Maturici Product0.negr CM col I. a Pc lio aa ean gme Udt by P o Io. 3246 Unw,v,y otfce behind tie Cehiog. Inn. Len,. Wa phon. 8MM. Bdewa Oslnen IM S Adwer.,n end Nrduct.4' kflen n atgeeg -A s subhaked

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The Ifldflfldefl*Aedd. MIugeiwv Mdey, My 9, 197L P.,. 'Gods pell' better than its reviews EDITOR. This isin response to the review of "Godspell by Michael Skinner in the May 6 issue of The Alligator skmnner says that "Godspell is based on.a pretty dumb idea anyway. It proposes to tell the entire gospel story in 90 jmmutes and perfect 4-4 time." IGNORING Jill sophomoric choice of phrases. E'd like to take issue with his statement of Godspell's basic premise. GodsPell is 'based on the gospel according to St. Matthew" Nowhere does It dlaim to be the entire gospel (By the way, Mr. Skinner, if you are going to be a music critic, it might interest you to know that no4 all songs are .n 4-4 time, and the engm Godipell are ist all in 4-4 time either.) Godspell is a sensitive portrayal of the parables taught in Mdatthew. The vaudeville format is not disrespectful, nor does it "drag down to a lowest common denominator." The "faith and discipline of VS Wgon" which Skinner claims is ignored in the play are ihhistiatid at several points -the confrontation of Jesus and the phiarlsees, the song "By My Side," the portrayal of the Last Supper. the songp "All Good Gifts." and "We Beseech Thee." and the lIst could go on. PLAYS AND if0hISg have been used throughout history to teach cens and morel' in a way that entertains and leaves lasting impreion. fit very presaice of parable. in the Foryor.nhr .ka. Mr Ske." J.us Chis Superstar' Is all Its daic glory" left me cold. while God' spell, even -n the Slidi Viewing. Involved my auctions and left mc crying after every show. One more point. If the script Is as bad as you claim, why has Codapell u off-Droadway from May 17, 1971 to the present, to cwislstmst rave meies? Janice Gdb 3IM '111$ POLiCY WJULD AlSO EWTI lE M110 A DUEDSE AND SUPPORT PLEDGE SOE U' RCWR NDN Vietnam is f ree at last Enrrot. LIBERATION -th. only ward to deSrbe the recent events in Vietnam. It has takat 35 pmar of bloodshedi and devastation hor the people of Vietnam to speak and experience that word; the last twenty junr being the wonst. spouisored by U.S. imperIalIsm. It was not "Cbnimunis Infitrat on" that defeated the U.S. but rather the people of Vietaiwn thamssvin dislng up and fighting oouragpouaiy. Te reddets of Ho CI Mink City -etdie lberaton fbeets with miles and -plas not because they were borad to, but rather because they knew they wire FREE; ft. from the puppet rqb.m of Tlies. rcprwaIon. free ham exploltatlo. in U.S. carpets.e factode. FEOWL OF ThU United Stat.s should rejoine owe the vwctoqyof the VIsnase. and not helen the lb.s about Ito. the Vlstnamese people have been taken over by bloodhatbmrn. -because the bloodbathers wire just kicked out -U.S. corporatIons and banks that strangled and exploited the Vietnamese. The profit motive was the resi reason the Vietnam war continued, a profit the U.S. and Vietnamese working class and peasantry never saw. U.S. workers and students should be proud that the system which exploits them at home has been defeated abroad. and learn from. the courageous example set by the people of Vietnam. TUE aruGEEs THAT are now arriving In this country are not your average Vietnamese. Some of these people have been tricked and are confused but the inajodityof the refugee. are incubus of the upper dlais hildh alted the U.S. tmrporatmos and government in eaploltlng third own people. The taigees were used s -ly by U.S. IImpUrISISS to -ai sympathy for Amwrits re-ntereotoe i IndochIna. It ddn't wirk. just like the liea perpetrated by expaieuced people of the C.I.A. don't work. fi.e C.I.A. we the same p.opqk that created the nvethrow of tie Camubodan govemasn headed by Prince Sihanouk Is 1910 and MAled. of ChItL. a abeut how the"Vlstcoq and Norah Visuamuse" tack over Sasth Vktna. What uegy happened wes 'he Scabh Vlssames. headed by the PRG (a recap bed goenmet by the Pals Peace AconS.) took heck *h6k wanty. P30KLE OF TUBS entry -r ref sag to bdlwee these lies myw hecaise they have Mdi w tb*i -un eyes the was of tO.M Americam sad wad.me Vissnams huae Lang IIh the peephes' atrnie Is Vista. .bbst. Kennedy should squelch burning desire fl ~ i .A ia m a~ r l. w K h s u e to T he majority of a obthk fideed he chooses to rain hr the RSIt prias desbk. Howewere msSm p aurms" of Keastdy's csGainerabeaaaey cmuaue unworthy to ineni d his Pifeptiong of she upcomIng polcdal year because under coser scrutiny, the sensor's rmasoltng for stating his non-e ~andcy can be understood in a simple light. TEYEARS of political po'aer in the Kennet tam t tiuated ,what many term a "tradition ot the Kenuiedy rs to desire the executive olfie. o. Unortwaiey thern might also exist a dual traditiono for eOfltfe CO aSsasluat. another Kennedy competing to be Pesldent. This is a nation that out of its hole population 'ilhave at least OUC WUkDoWi ready to become known at the I mmn enator Kanedy would raiter us have such a "trndltlof" ested by a campeip bid what would priest a constact fear of public appearance werulag Iso a ponsibte cocwlnuutioiI .f tie other Keneedy "wraidh.u STIt, flSNf ahe mnar would owwe this hag and decide to collart a tight rang of prsuection around him ~heer he went during the campaign. If the senator doe. aup n to "save the day" at the next Democratic convernioo. is "certain chat he would have to ignore another personal resn his attics would not. rAside trow the damage George Wallace could haic on KennedY's bid for presidency by taking away a large number ol Democrats. ocher Dewocrats will remso that the United States might gain a president with the ability to react under pressure in the same mannEr he reacted in the car accident Add.et these "pes!reas"s that could be two among easy, It would be a Mascric preapat for Kansey to run In the Slaetenalal enecim. What has di. meator to ,fftr? A n. Noe a Camelot. ast a bs EKandy. not a Rebut Kandy ad cnily act Sag ledtp. AT' 1B MIOMENT he truly rwlpwesnts Ittle more than ; man who holds the same last name of two famous Americans. Hopefully Senator Kennedy will tinly contradict (Orainer's prediction by controlling his burningg desire" througl~th. next year. It would be better for him and far better for the countryfigne senator remained a senator until such time thatwe as the Amerkcan people could afford him in a more responsible role In the governm~em. Bob Miltenberg 2UC

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*P6g 121h Indepeni.Mt M.M.~ MIAllgir. Putday, Mepy9 1975 8 years in a dorm imposs ible? Not for Stein By D DECK Aiite. ShE rWrite Would you believe there's a man who has lived on campus for eight years and plans to live there kir at least another year and a half? Would you believe there is a man who has survived 24 quarters on the meal plan? DAVID STEUN, graduate student in physics, wasn't watd this year's deem rat for. nothing. Ssanting ha Yulee area In the fail of 1%67. he moved to flume In 1970 and finally settled In the Mwrphrge area, whart he has been living sInce 1973. summers Included. "Convenience is the main reason." Stein said. "My lab and my classrooms are only a block and a halt away ad I'm as close as you can get to the local stores." "TNERE ARE certain times of the day when Ijust refusetodrve my car and even illI did I probably wouldn't be able to find a parking space when I returned. So why drive any distances at all?"' Stein also said his involvement in a number of campus activities requires his beig close to campus. Stein is a current member of Mensa. Blue Key, Sayant. Omicron Delta Kappa (leadership honor society), Phi Rota Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi (Scholastic Honor Societies), American Physics Society,. Association of the American Army, Assodaton of Physics Teacher, and the Raw,.v Officer, AssociatIons. NE'S ALSO DEl past president of Yulce ma., Sigma Ta, Sig. Society of Physics Students. Sigma Phi Sgma hOwner society hr Physics studn) and 0amm, Dots Phi (a now defimct general service organization). flit In spite of his cluttered activity list,. Stein lends a simple, neat and orderib life style -bruakfpat and dinner at the Rathskeller sad Iunch at the Union. His room seems a mirror Image of himself. Rook shetrus line the walls, filled with the latest nysand magazInes. His walls ane covered wihthe many plaques and tanindere of yearsq campus service and activities. '19398 AVE changed since I first got her&" Stul mused. "Th. attitude of students has chailged. too. Stein said when he first came to UF, student guvprnient. Greek life and student leadership were some of the more important aspects of uaudest lkf. Now, dane and panty raids have given way to rock concet. and streakIng, he said. 01.3 aLWU students. Stein has been in a uniqu. position to watch the dwanglnu tides of "in locw pmrentis." "WHEN I FIRST got here, visitation was one day a seek, on Saturday. from one to six p.m. Then they made it inra liberal and then they took It away. Really qukte rkIdculous." Back in the old dayp women students had curfews o llp.m. oeweekdaypand 12 p.m. on weeds. Dave chuckled. "Only sulons had any freedom at all," he said. 3UT WiYDEOfryemrn? "Well 1 11k. i," Stein sak4 "It's a dame. to medt a bet of Interesein people. VIsitatIon, the rowdiness of peat yr and the tact I had tonsmoe amund enth summer are the -nl things that really ever,bothered nag, but not that much." Of his present room. Stein sai, "I like it here, It'. nay fsvodte roan so far. 4 think P'11 b. here fhr a while." Thene doesn't seem to be audi neasan to doubt him. Pollution researcher gets money DAVID SIN romref lucia ,lrrmr Image of hhmself pbb erbbt professor of soDl science, has received a $40,000 Meersi grant to aotn. reseereh on the Ocht Sf pitlas and fut~ihusa the quity at water. 'The grast ug awuided by the U.S .vfromqnad Pretoi Aaq to bud ft. Iast hh of tb p jst ab egmhln 9lt weel Tne projet, h.ted at Urs l. tal f Paed and Awl Sipu.l (WAS) .Aulcuinlt 3asue C ane In FP. Piems is designed to quantitatively auie the water pollution potential of nutrients and pustlcdda and their movaaient in drainage and runoff wa. Manuel is the "peimipal hmesutc" -f tie pmojec.ss. Sm 5 sh.~te bmfu ladlude fear mmaui of WPAS bsublp Dr. David V. Cahkes, Dr. Wfl 3. Whone. Dr. Donald A. GOwnt, and Dr. AMlm .tOwermaan. *i'Iq,~ .Vt.,

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This page lad for at usual adveri rae i.I o. a ~ t, e .ll Registration For Summer Next Week day ad a -P~ray, May I ApphNb 3iS a win aie mu noer ,us asOng to uthual. by th assiandLAslyda Ilr lidlbier ufler last ye. Aset Bgin PSt Down acts that all ra*SUi .qpulanitwer mailed ISd wetk. If a Suadmi has n racqhad a rS raiabm bee bhe i e a S. lu Dad reitr tta Otbe war gn -pp i.e by.r.-d-m al. Pal e grlim a i l."hh f,, Ma,.m. .4-, Spending Almost a hvifm W !.e~. A Mwiaaes SUI*C*. -. iu er. s t* S.er .u1. .ndsre I -j* hc(fng 1foe kt I B S. a C -Y I New Ciussiflcafion Lid Of-cut Today Is deflasn for admnnhtra tort fauly nder th to Gai Meton, f cla. im wped by the Board of Regents peela out four appointment typus: continuing, taeipauay, hWull-m and parttue. It ao details "appointmcml status modlfers": joint faculty, oory, reagyc, Inei, reua, Consukajlon Forms C "i ithn a 39 .0 a a m e He o rries Greg Enhein is scrrled about grads, even though he posted a U. In earnIng a bSins .Siiteai degree. Now working sac graduate degree In economics, Greg wants to make -e dtt an "A' means excellent and a "C," average. He wans am If bcan proide input to reverse a atonal frand toward higher grades and fewer falling marks In colleges and imiversltles. "Employers have a right to expect that grades mean swmthing when they hire In regs case It'so that Mas selcd fr a ntowide fel d S1 college students form 0neo10 5155 State Farm Companies Foundation "Exceptional Student FellowshIps." "Julo at those ohrwnersan their schools."' Those other schools included Harvard, Princeton, MIT and Nortbweatern. Enholm beads the 21nem bet BDSnems AdminlstrltOEI College Council and Is chairman of a studet committee sn grade InflatIon. graduate grade point average at th University climbed to 2.83 (out 0(4.0 lat year from 2.77 four years ago. The student committee will calculate Flexibilty Certainty Mus BeanPann Im'"'" at.Iy"Hansa create and delete gaffeias wilhSt regart to ttali-. as. .-M 1. AflharIly to srr -ve -.cbored -eea -eea and brit fande frem -n fiscal jeer to asoter. Prnsdent Kernton, who spoke out ctragl for deimic making at She oal Is'Sl I. hId Imuay beaugral dkeS,. caaed the Ahih'ave Ceedi duet the -ws failily, doas t Sabris IndIvidual decIsIon making an salary Incas., bt that taere is ieia. in e Lagilabae will wppv. "ano level Sf et-df-hwn pay mins." Average, about Grades 'More flexibility at the University levelIn I handelnftm.,~, eytea ls. latur for the next fIscal year Is .inS. a certainty, President Robert Mars reported to the AdminIstratIve Council House Tuesday contains proviso language giving more autany In upidlng, -did committee of the Seate iauday. SCbancellor-Designat. E.T. York has pointed out that the language In beth bill. I. Ig aims Idantleal and provldus thre d major types of leulWlt.:. *L1 Apprnprlatlm to the Board of Begents I. asahnmpsmforaiocuiatotevarlnus .educational and geutra actitims St Urn d univeiu without rstitln fAr tram.* fort between ualarius, OPN, EKpise and tOpating Capital Outay. r 2. Authouzatin far te Ragge to Polk Community College In Winter Saven Is seaIng 11famly .mihws who might with to appear as lecture In the ArtIM Serda bald there thoghost the Dr. KC. Andesen on Polk Cm'nmumlty Col ges t s n at t C.D l~ramn senmdate tile waster, and -n ow.antem 0f 33p bdduatesb will be paid. In excepdmaal cases, dhe loarum may Interstehny should write: Dr. t. A~nde Kin,.Secetay, Adts ad Lectures CommIttee, Polk Community College, Wite Save., Via. -M. Goma mmsL AMaliMaS War -g isrbamfo e putao "The Raglbat ae Is proidig dhe raw data," says tini."We wil 'wpby the saUu, Intayntathl, ad geShsdient Offier Inauguration Today Inaugwap S0 aftdmit will be today at 3:3 p.m. Uwe Cuam .-m Su~n on the DOll lo Tiflts. Thnda i e O demnS. fo an dtate a"'g'"" "uk' '" ai""" I. thei raidear Shiea, accept cupurami for alIndim an tar date qui."r Wit ethe gauss r private mtds" tfea ama (ami e denaes. Cqps und Gowns Tulehbedmssfachuwtofdu'e capfl .-i ~cumc mtMQm 3a4S4 dap by Uniscope Sunday on Channel Focuses on UF Teaching Stues physics though a coatS In aarndynsmlas was IntroAwed St the Unvriyo lriaSeprmua Sinc srcor Pau Dech, who been adopted In semIra stools awnes the at.ASd I. eala ir flying tis In with'bology a.d medici -mIJcae g~sy t: M. e tsimi N, wodn, ain effe J nnoai UT bhimeiw' studIes pme-ns ChidSnf reveals howr and 20 Research, Courses ensm In a comase legic. Flr a ni ame Wacu~ amenS li i.and Bam ft, fsan barn ii per wmg yeam. as au ca~s Is L.I we cat~gg rate PIertS .SI be "hmduS.' ProbueS by Il's DhieSm S aform.ekred by aseRa csmca televiale JWRU Print Sate Y'-a br-m fb t crate ro-m or mparl-aa" mt. pam today -n be Rela Unie Cdunmde at the Union's Sprhw Prist Sale. J~i Nt Tomoryow mana -o gna~ lu :ig e paqa tagS harfr a 2 pa. Bay omcl blows a be Ha 1Mm Nu I. Hd1 non -n Chick Core. ad his "ma.ur fruit" bad and CmryS ait "ulsed Saw." "ttte h toe aEye' soea s Erecuty V m Vc-P.idan Hareld Baaa. also had a wedd .ce.nmaor .m AMnlnhu.rali Cume: "nad0y dSm act mean we wE b.E.b t tsr anncrs budget lines; I.e. WFAS .ENG and ine to begin planning now-"ewth mly a uani and a ball before the new budget yodEpar -~. fedmnii .s t "If we dui't .hng -u bdgCl Cit this new l.edly, well ig told we dlib' sleed ti tMMy," he weed.i will -o longer be able to lak lIit. smiehee's bet to lstk hr oi for a new actly. "Yof'l byve S gal whatever you need from your own if. c.Ma. and thor we't he anya n e pi--b hr Nwamnhwr mh.k." "I mad tow," 3mm fl~d. a -oo dpflSe chine i -n who assd tid esth sawrcu b i bduet adio re.~. lf sms ahe ~m d-.en Em, -it it S. jpim thee yen to deteram bow much veerse to .--au1.-. hw .agt levels St alol Sr am bigm due ed.u.au.l tatk fl.ym. Faculty Speakers Sought by C.II.9. 'IC V rates. m.ind.d.no naad. swa.m n.w e. im

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Peg. 14Th.Indend.M9 N.M.d MII.r, Pdid.y, M., 9, In. 0 FOR SALE 974 SUZUKI etreeq trois ts)U only 50Tm. askmng $730 or will trod. for Ipo't. Ca, turntobl. a.r iota panisnc( 45 tick 373.5fl5 (0Sr-13-c) HILLSIDE Hornsit. vOW of LAKEI Wouburg 10 Mifutes South of City 2' ocr. good erm, roll to S. W D Maaen Co reul. rem7-7. o0-&-29p) 8A35 GUITAR Gibson sb-3 2 pickwp., vorton., walnut flnI.A, *.celIenl 'hop. m30 aol tarry 09 373-1679 -r 33-ia. fo-&3l.p) Wddin bids Engoamn~ *ng. trodiconal or COnIemporaory d.ig,. of nau choice Hondm.,e far indivIdual. who tant the bat 0r1g9n1 work by South'. Loading Atsts. Maors Gold Smith end Lapiduat Uncenditionci Ovaranise Oil f y .portmeri nt UTItITV ThAItIE Appri. 4 by 6'A aced cend legts and wIrln % 5' inirat on mob'.e homn. anle IS ar bat *ffer 373.-*7l (a-S-IS.) 73 "ondo Ct-350, racanl lop-end ovnrhou. *.c.Iloen condisio,. mamy ."tra-, 72m turn, muM toel opprdiae,co allr oSex. 37-26&. (.5-I-t.-) 1973 Suzukl tS S0 Eucallont Condaie at0 o bat off. 37f,.W8, Altar 5P.M. (oSi1p) 8 ttack tap. ploy.r .Ksllan can*1con in bon c-de fhr hoe,, klah,.r 5* 0 0r beti off.r ci cvys' V7S-2'W (0* 132-p}) two maoa ,mperiol Ill .p.kes IT" wocar 3" twesaer S' mI ri.ill wider wrrnty. *I7$ pair coil brjc. VS-S1790, 3Th402 (a-S.-)32-p) 1969 ford von, *xcellant runnIng cand. lk. new lirat, sadIe, hoci, 4a. mile., collpaggyohf72-7240 51)95 (a-a-kirewod 7ft pa.Ii *.c.Ilent wa tItie sclhlli included I2S gplfla Zwoad 7kr. hag Ifl call vurn 5a. 6.r sal. iS0 PT only 3.,0O deN., sallline du. hS*l -n -s oand S00ft f,.m nenan. Idkeoel, dr r 72SUP P7-WS3 -e bad I.--131-.) Early a.m. couchd, w44 yhad k 35 *ase 2 din tab -e chobrs chk'o cobmnal sellingou du.chaollA dl mu.l -o .1hg Car W7-9635 nm229 a. (.4-9 2 altoc "Voice 0f Thart. speakers; 2 aitoc am. tern call 376-1712 (o-SAll ponae aquip. Speaar. 60 Wo eachtMwv$*Ie Pt.4l avpnifi sI. ta 1 SW wal .Ol asraly a. -n unit for mbe call WSIO, VZJ-Ul2 (0-$-131-.) Hoal hor .ohech.e to cmp j cartoPl A S H 3b&r. 2 bed. fanliy re"m aqully -sum It morigag. N2IP 74 mart., sn-s I-G43-p) 1W6 Anbuaadar Smell V-I 'un wel good tiras -oe Scaring, braves, and wu,&ow, A.C sa naosabI. $S Mark OftrJK,.3912NWMS{a-3,-IJI. Ce Ste, Sony casge,. andFPM an. Like new. qucIty cuund Coat $12naw, nel far much eas 3764914 (a--3l-p) WI7 Alair 26&, air, wall IC wall carpsl, uJ,.d, veriny villa Lt 79 374-mI0 (*4-1 FOR RUNT Avoli Newl 1W0 in,.a with hog. lake 2 3bbanca.k1bkoWF 3 3 b&rS15 Nt a0e 4 2 bd&S)SOn 2Wocre. 5, Froc Paul Wlork 4hInday Avail. Sqi II I Lsnderd is bsldknnw 3&A 4hd 2$bt st0.hon.s I 2b em.t.e,sm 4, Ovat 2S ap avail Uatad Sad uEaAsaoc open a-8p m a,;; (b-fr-I )9 *I~ pat4tt.%~t.'At,,i I ~ i. c' 4~. ; -~ ~ffroxft~4 *flnnrAcwMt%%%%%V/ON,~ C FOR RENT 'vblet badroor unfumnied hoey. kitchen .quippad. ftlly crptd Con' by 3912 NW 7th 5i (b-St-13l-p) AVOID THE FAUt BUSH Now athe 'mea alock 6. tlhousaor ap for the lufm.,r a, Mol quoflb Call 'odoyl Jf-.Mfl (b-hO1 iip) ro0mm.,. naodod starting Jone beoutful 2 bdr, I both w pool, .ouaa weegh*oon Vhncoya .p'. sr0 + '4 Ut w lac. Ic. sommo. Jim W-420 lFYOlfE#ARO 2 romnS Woted olq cal l t 392-7w5 -r Phvlus fl2-72 kp 'fylhg a. leovo mos.g (b-ar-Ia4) SSIFI S FOR RUNT FOR RENT Sublat tat sum,,., Franch Or 2bdrn, Wonit o l aprt Oe ha ducknd? I bath, lownkou.e Scauliful vlaw, or. Sublet 2 bcir' unfurnished towohoune pool, S2Wr.n Call o.nyt'ma 377-7633 a, Sit-mo Avoilobla May IS. Call $73Ion,. by apr 57 (b-5I-i31-p) 42 M .6hropm (b-S.-129-p) lar. 3 tb. brn epartmeno available juna d co., to campus S0 W Copos Ae tl 37S-3|96 $2W no, (b-$S-1254) Movn atme bawten Now Sp ue s iet you. ho'aa or at a no COd Uniad Ra tnat. 3f7,4*2 (b-ft-1l5-p) Beauilul lokeviaw 2 bedroom aporimnian unfurn'shed-Sevens loh. Sflnieonth coil 377.1 p. 372-9l lbe St30-,) abara fnmade roommot. nradad now own SR 77nmo uilise CAC close to campus --ass374 Jb-1-t SGP PRESENTS FR EE MOVIE FRIDAY MAY9 8:33PM UNION NORTH LAWN .1 A?

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~~n Th hdpMi.S d. g ,. Ma, Nay 9, l9ii, Pe IS me The idIsn=Po tag r sp. at am! In SUPER gufs, I. A. SE VICE -377-0722 IO AM.&PM% 7DASW aj*Iw~aeuac FO RNT *cId to thor. Iurfnmi ose 2,dp S49 75 month ond '. wi 'a aldv or mckay 378 1676 evenanes 6$t 30 Dl wond I. 2 n. -----l fnile ,.,hore 2-r una p --1k bin inorm bol begn,g lol 4 Cl debb.e 392-912 cr 2 9 39 Ic 5* roomne. to hae S b,*, 2 boil, mb ker Coupl emol. mol. 2,840 du,,s lao,. ,na. 376-349. Iv. nam, ccmu.mon *0111.n, for 'ale 160 Coi 6---_--___ 75 t15 FUNNIEST COMEDY OF" lii Mg M I.,* SL OBV -~gp~s-O 7StU A P-4. v m .FOR RENT LVE RlGHT ACROSS FROM VA *A MEO CNTERf Summr. Sublas I bedroom vary ififlOflbI. Summit House 377 075 37$ -9lb 2' 131 p) SublI. cozy *lfiriancy opt GCia. 'oohor2 -b hr-opus *wfac itfo I p-son Sion + low 'I ti* Coil 37? 'toa oter A (b 5-131 sOUSE Fr MEN 'ublt for Irma.r On. block bahmnd norm.,, boll Bacitiful old crrgl.h rude, house 560 p' rno plus rwill 372099 (6-5131SUBLET niofhbdroom a 2 br brcn,Si"ew as pool, oc. wolf to walt, di, di rnny .lr bob 37-flf b-S .3-p} Mne 5dm Aps los ront a tawo. VeIll Apis Must rent no Iotar than June It Col373796 at the Ap office ib-i01 .al remodeled m o,,~p e.c .$ ufliu., 105 tlst, gatwity, rno pea r (h~lir.quil. yp.pec$*e 373-5195 (bWontad 2 famoa roommoses 4 wmwer g4r -e bodwn.AnS 9-j Oven ronm at house FenmcI. asly qule neighb$,004 for sum,.,r wi0, pssibla ll ossoa Occupy lufO I IS 15 65+ 13 uthlies-3742U (b-I, I32.p) Sume subet Iwo ,*meooins od own romn -r hawaiian vilag. tinfurnished $75 such plut 1-3 utli p1ele call larry 01 P3-3083 Lb-I-l32) Villog. furn ,ownhtn.e poolsid. im0. 37-$flafte.SW 3fl-mlcap. 14 (65132-p) I bdm, unfwrshad OpF 0'. ccrp*4d, good location. summe o ogr15 no 371-731, (b-5S-I32o} I,. moni, cns o. 12 monti, Icasa beginning oune 20 2tdrm $lfl;3bdrs 5225 plus depcse corpS. 0-c.pnodl371175$ lb 2-32-p) Thr ga'orwocd 0pA. can air !uorsed move in lun. Idi on ,.r. i.r wa pay IUMe lily u pay 'irly. $25 OUg 376463W (b-S-132-p} beoultfu, oarg, nitconditced fur-. nithcd mobile horn, on ,hochd lot across Iron, campus idccl for coopi. 2 bdr mob.I home 'a. aent S$l -0p' mc $5G sacuuity dapos4t locoad 17 ml waSt of g'vilfc roll glando 37l-4446 3-4 a; 472 2*70 (b4f-132-p} aipwmie Ic sublec for wInireq Villag. Pork Apts *o bad. fweithad call ('md 3n3033 oft, 60 b-~ Own onm in I bedae,. os. 67 o "a. I 3 Aiti Avail June '5 Call 3731935 .nmol. only tb-)lf-*]-p Ap' 'ubat luly 1,. close to campuS +4 iumryi house opr bem. fwrnishad nad center 373-1ISS 1153-inc (b-sc 132SUkWAR SlJ8LEASE own binge bedroorn m 3 bedroo 2 boh hour Norlhwetl section Iwnlvs blacks fromt campus $iC imn 376 1894 lb 51 32p Need one femfle roommate for If,. umine, Clot. -o campus (only aolf black) It o month plus a utilitia. call 373-1762 ask to. corol (b-It-I132-,) look 0* cur riEndlihstigs or. house. mobil. homn., and opit before you pay onyo a I b Jol ridges. realtor C4 ALL RENTS 5&A$*DI spercoI sun,"'. Rons) $1l0i0$125 PER MO All unitS. 2 8*, furnished wish air ttiMIry I as u a Available for lae through Aug 3151 yoiri Vyew Mobis Viles 175-t4ll 37134 Avoilablat fonered esn (b S 16o) ---I ThIL 5f0P S LE 1516 NW ISh St 372.UhI1 FOR RENT apartment for rant PO4Ni WEST 2 br lublet for summer option to rant en fall 21060 per mon A titrties ph P76-0696 1,4d 13-p) WANTED walking distce to campus c, lisn 60 ho own oom or 35,.me. room col lynn 377-W72 Ic-SIZt-pi ,OOffinmal ,O, ,rme,. ,,,, ol country gardene opts pool. cc, goad people. $S-nm for two 590 10 ot call 373.514. oft.r Ipm eff, clhi. (c-Slfl9. Wineom,,p ewmhnho,. ce,,s frm *and& filad can. ctheal pool 77+ ', uLille sisal. P7-3W7 (c-S., 12W-p) Liberal rwnna ewaredlo raN Adrm 2 s'. r ,'(I,-libra ,' rhcl neal Jw3-55: 2W3 nw In,.te (c-S1345-40) hoqe Aervet ccfl Peta, to buy goad quolily cempvq equip I naedo bockpad, peCkIng ten 4 an.rthe lace y." for brgoct slapping bog call becco lfl-IM (c-I-132-p}) minis cv, pool. marc., mc. close I. COafp94J hope call 3Vi-07d (c-StOn. cOti v@ny fondal roafm.i beginning loll %-own rmm in 2 brm op. black fstm 1*--0 nil, + b u.'ll.'o-pe. call Marge 3S6P2 (c5t-I32.p) gomnrweed apr k, lt Sh-a lerg. 'con, a 2btnrf 2ap 6s 79 mo + I-S rAihtim cull P73443 yiyirne Ic-SII m 2 emula Reemole ncadad -e. 2 baee". op. ne Fll qucflr call 392-9595 inyivv. for mcr. Infa Ask far Gab lIEM Top pla paid -m cltss ring. old lewairy ee cenfldapitkl.Call OZZIE V3304 (c-IS-.5-) Ro.me Ic dhc. 2 ban, hat., cc, n yard. fleWar cy, liquor, nmolin.s harnWmmer and bayw4. 90 o rmonth, reaswnsbla student, Sc.' 3flG4 (c-Sl13l-I WANTED Syou Mv a hour. nmar Camlput for loll and you ats lookmgI fat a hibarol motura, raspnsjbl* prcon Ic rn am roem cell Woody 392-7601 (c-3-li'-p) mnn'd nacum* r.sonhable student 'I to fin .pitmee cla.I. copu fa losl-purg .wn b.4.n 4 fam. Se.-se 3fl-7hh Jchn (c-I 131-p1 ,emal. roomm,e needed fa, fal ,. Ohac l badrmorngoro.boi VAtA Med canm.,,,,ced raoonable m,,re W clan, studIous W7-CS5 jc.)-31-p) F,,oa reymma own mihd rOn' n gw.,. apF Summno 0' pra SIN Cindy a' Linde {c-)-131-p) cl. .a.~i. estal. ~d b& ,, O sa't Sap'. Iwo 'nonsn. .ilsie, non. %vofe, 53 dew.,, te wIllng. apt, call 377la4 after 4S -r dsn jc-51131 H ELP WANTED d~cad uda e frck Iayt Waun~y. CIt., slong -le far 'ingla no, 52560 -e weak -nd mait bo dep.ndab. cr den-, apply rS.932, oft.r 6PMW (c-2.131-c) E.ocad nate~ .,eded Mus ,se ,,e,d. ad ,,, wM,h ,,,sd Scm. beckepng euprIenca 2O-Z hem rsfl0,37 *4-2-131-c) AUTOS fln D72*CS3 rck f'sm,. S-7p.m -r g90 V.'n M ta o C n u 1 -a~a ca -AUTOS 1973 audi lox, .juqvnf, ak., Sar. rodlo *.se whi. w'th rad vinyl a. 3,S muiifl 0 9crm WI slodiead w.2pSi. 2-e bet eler 3'7-450. (g-I1 C.o0 F. CA. 72 fed .ror bes 8ae, cucellut iag. #2-.6 oft. S (j.S-iSM #0 M, 4 np.Md 2 dccr, 4 'y1, Canve,,bja q ,,a coediI.n ,,,t,,M pbhs,. W246'9 cc fle64h (g-.-I29n'"""*a. ,2g. mo,an. eneda cm lee WY-C' leWIS, -s I.y 4 a C C r*# S 'ae */ -OtCCOlTTlCKtf ~bTsa$akTnA i

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Pq. lii. Iedeplend.$ R'aM.d MlIgay, FrM.1y M.y79. 1975 lbed of concr.t, nog., and go. hjm.s? Wont to n.e note in 0h. wild? tab. a cane trip down ft. ItCHlOW Oau1 09 .nae~ IM-iSM AUTOS SIC, plot mcny .B.K'.nustotl rn4-3 PERSONAL bow Ang t n*.,Sae 9hei Saadas bbdpc Jinn gl Unv alA 41n i Nd C0-l -i Saily .n. wnl .,.sr chi. w~n.w .oas riel -r gpup Iss -a 392Inlornattenol Colleg* hr Hypns Sud.Inc inv notcs *5 apen laMl menI, l.gad psyv coa m" SI.bea'd -,.N"nprIM P0 *en 0)1221. MiamI. Fie WOI0 tl (30)l&2233 S 130 ITOSS WITH S TV CIeannels. A weagner ChWWnet U., beat, N.w York Sloth Eichent 2FM stetientcn tV Chls, enwd9 M wndf M SMI@0n 0n -i PM beWd arnie cas Mc. sc m II.MSMT S ---A--pe ----~ .I-Iwih 2. Speakers ,*01.5 .ebl a. .l. My -N. C PERSONAL .n.eon.,.ildeMl. unive,.ei.,. I-p) WASN Q-C -9 -la tO weaai.:"i hm .5.t""-c' o*'.cd npeni ki-ds. g4r.p If thee were -cncl.ena, uto "1oi, m.r,1 ond eia reblen,has' w.w.,,,S Surdy, tne.,., eallowtmja 34 rw 4, candluaid by arlante's rev john SorrIer 55 -eeee hes 1. counsel -vala.ie mukIh0 ken "aTh whc ht, Lord -ha rdoined -s Ii. inveeq.s rawady end mlris -h L'se cl eli -s peop.s --n urdvenial Ca. an corna.~." Git' ng i (--w-c)j %wpe ahpuieAedd ihe Olligelort An Sre fle A .-ae Can fl3. ?fl2 (.2-IC.) bunt-we.as rve Invd twire and las tWa.e bnt SI halo, I have lened ad -na tho, -ee -h,.e loved -t all Thank. fhe a hIt 4 besful mamorlas You Will always be sprial -o Hiipp gbhAby I Ione ye. te-lberal fernedo -If yoa te lrted in -apig nobie, cwwmnial ivwqngad mryalag Ah. wedt ced ble -umr call by.v -t P7-ce4 l-a-IS.}) Pal AderrIpdklec. --3)4 NW ldtreS.pt. 4,dtweSpm (ipaW GFC maENsH~-. priwar mgor' ier ff. wil imwknde. AnalabI. rnmdis*l Good locre n C' hr' aisi w.,.e 0. ""nB a C. Inc SSTW1 m.4S9 (I-S-I.) Wall coed hor I lgeIllw 7 wee& eid bille eking brg -horn rn-ISP7 COED'. facedl haIr movedd p.maf Sly CdlI ETMun -wy Call n72fl5 (I-*-IW.cl kAN LE IOU 1215 NWt U, Ane (.45 34.) en *hwu 50 ev.,, 7t. 8-713' Ii-be-ISpl Wedinipilosla 4.r. $11 0 pon in1 t.o .ee&. Sweury Nsvt.& .4e 24.haot ,*6-e,.snse SW. Ahble IM aol sp e "ellen @4 pret gc denlmr V. we-5. i ai ars St. 304 uS.mi I7 PAW )7l S. acr-es fra"""u*"'-'''''''ce '". (I 23 chwu.e CL's. I* 'tow. I C K I 1*~ K )cn,,,brm-l" M'no sunC Ms~ sam,.;l.w 55I PERSONAL Ifeu.,,.,,es.d,.n ed ew LOST &: FOUND aging ahue alee.ct lor ai .m era-idlu.e car. a131P.dwad6che esan 5m-I75 wid let. band. CaM Y6.-M *espby AlegeWes ~ie awnify (l* SERVICES ID FNC'W -apat -'ums rnd --haln "Owanl Mhll p.'olbe ma,79 -oa wart judo )2I9 W tMiw Awe, (rn-fl GId a harsea -tAn t f SAtAid 530 -n heur .,aeeE l isa boardIng S0 Ut (mar-.) -qinin prawdod sa .vc, Wupe. retlat -Ten Alen tc.MS Wild tin. TV) Alle.,s Aaic + TIe.ICelar.344*W Uv Aye WS-flfl 9.,Oumn G.n Ka w* d --in ,eawtvded -a Stub.a Onmc her finthmr anrmin r7D0*2k -M TwI GAS lean kay -e Jqie III, and relurn cc tie IS, .11 achbe .quipmar. mrnded C.s hIsoerIcol 9.r Jeasun -. G.nie key waft eli -apng gpa s-e rag Sc's. fynawic har fu*h.r -4.wmeie WS-00 (m-41-lp) WflE1 uniu .ervik. backs, S -.nnd -eee -ee c-I SCGU h' r I.nsml saG5 rn-ac6 fr-2fl-l2b-) Fr. Drug Analysis at th. Corner Dr g Store 378-1588 Gator Classified are available at the Campus Shop & Bookstore jewelry S SERVICES ;S e'A QeAS "i'' 2 a i ,ag.lse PADJ .sesendm bac ---9--ql e. e.,)9 -le. --p-1~----K -r I UIX~ /1 ibm 0 -0-m'g .--me an -s a -a a S' S a an. &. mum ./ ons.*-" /

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CI t.El'S YKiLABOUT1HIS JOB .thorn's usually plenty to yell about ph e by andy newmas Bergman hopes tofollow foots teps inn DRINK T11H15 JOB .ftrstheedcoadhpeltlonatmolorcolleg. LEt S WONCEi ABOUTINIS JOB .it won't b.easy by anymen MARK JOHNSON at. p. wabr As the sma seta upon another mediocre spring of UP kimball, the Gaters and their fans are already beginning to dream of next year and the promse of a brand new muaon. Granted, these ane stDil five games lfet before Uh. spikes will be hung up for the summer, but with the recent hiring of peppery ymrng Jay Bergman as the team's new head coach. at's hard not to look ahead toward ibigger and brighter days. BERGMAN Will be replacing the retiring Dave Fuller, veteran of 28 years and 889 bail games as head coach of the Gatar,. The thought of supplanting the 11th-ranked coach in the nation is -n added incentive for Bergman -s he prepares to plunge int. his first job as skipper of a major college team. "I think that the fact that he (Fullsr) has been here 28 years with all his victories and his Southeastrn Couference chasuplonships tells the story. Kus record speaks for Itself," flagman said. "I consider It a big honor to Wolow him. and I just hop,. lcan follow In his Bergmaa's record is nothing to scoff at,. either. Seven years as head coadh at Seminole Junior College produced three Division Two titles and three Coach-cf-theyear awards In Gator diamond men battle Vandy for f ifth place in Eastern division By MARK JOHNSON A Spa rister The Gatar baeanl teani will not be vying for the Southeatrn Conference (SEC) chanipionshlp this weekend, or for any kind of championship for that matter. Still, the Gators have plenty of incentive when they head north for today's doubleheader and Saturday's single game against the Vanderbilt Commodores. UFtakes early lead in lead in rainy SEC tennis TUSCALOOSA. Ala.-Part of the way through th, first day of Sh nt Conference (SEC) championship tennis action. UP found itself at the top silk, heap with 10 total paints. GeorgIa -nd Tennessee hiceoed eksi bauld with clue qIae, wile Kentueky had eight. At pmes time. Georgia. Kentucky mud Taalse had uot umpisse single due to a tw-hwrain delay that hit the SCoe Mon Ii am. Dobls. were just starting for teams finished It singles. And Is .lngles. UFP found the plung relatively lay as they west through s '43-GAal matches mSWiV~U~ U~A Afl /h today by taking wins in five of the six slots. In number one singles. the Gators' Juan Diaz defeated Mitch Creekmore of Louisiana State University (LSU) 6-3, 6-7,. 6-4. He will face Scott Smith of Kentucky today in semi-finals action. Number two Dave Preusly. the number one seed, cased past Gary Albsrtlneof LSU by6-2.&I margins. His semi-finals opponent will be Chip Wade of Alabama. Number three John Kennes went through tWO opponents to reach the semi-finals. lopping Peter Marks of Ole Miss 6-0 6-I and Glen Booth o Kentucky 3-6. 6-I. 6-2. ..a' will face Gary Dunn of Tennessee-. Freshman Chap Brown continued his winning ways as he took his number one seeding and defeated Tracy DeLatte 62. 6-I. The win gives him the right to face tough Joe Gebuys of Georgia today. Defeat hit the Gaters at the number five position. as Richard Realty lost a rhre-hout match to Lan Holmberg of Misslsslpp# State 7.6. 6-7. 6-4. Finally. Ji m OeMie in umber ii singles topped Fred Ponte of Aun" 6-tch 6-2. His semi-fia mac Sill be played agais Heino It lof ississ4 Pl State,.,' *Is~. .7! A.~7.S ,. LAST YEAR'S winner, of the SEC Eastern Division, Vanderbilt has suffered through a season of lost hopes In mud, the same manner -s the Gaters have. The Commodones are currently 5-8 In the SEC, just half agame ahead of the cellar-dwelling 5-9 Gator. Nobody wants to finish last. and bead coath Dave Puller hanu eaty flat's cut cut hr him and his tees. "We It up. and we'll have to wan -o r to adup MI,ulls said. "This Is the first tins. Ill be playing 1* a series which will determine who's pinag to end up in lagt place. "If we'd have lost today, It would have really put a damper an us." Fuller said after his team gave up eight runs in the ninth inning only to come back and defeat Eickerd 15-12. "ThIS i the kids' g-. to ala all six of our remaining games. So If we cam go up to Vandy and win three, It will enhance cur chances at Rollins next weekend." Of mime, Pue ha got to be thinking about a few victareS fhr his awn sk., swel. The veean ckc will be retirn li the Gators' helm at the dlose of this smn ater 2S years a th tease's heed cat -a tie spa stick has sees only kma koing mesai, The Gatos ere victoriou in the -n gine they've played ince PC.e amanoed his retirme.t but they allU mest win bar of dhik fnal five to ASh -v .500. The Gatars will be without the services of catchet ihu 5&Cke fl eShad adete remainder of the ma. Sack Cae rotating cup in his right (thawing) shoulder last weekend against Miami. Second baseman John Cortms was also slightly Injured during the series whan a basrnner slid into his left leg on a4.diEUJ play ~ sei expected t.W,*WJa 4flw g, the 4lvlulon. HOWEVER, FAST glories and Iktux aspirations -r the last things on Dergman's mind as the Gatoe. head Into their final week of the season. "I'm jus trying to finish off thise last five or six guns and hopehilly give Coach Fuller a winning seas," he said. "K think -e all owe it to hIsb to bring him out a winner." Bergman I. als mapped up in his afrs to recruit some new high school and junior college blood for next year. bees drafted by the pro's. and they've got until May m to decide whether or not they're ring t i. .~. c~ ob tapping the gallons of potential talent just waiting to be exploited. "We've got a lot of people back, and that will really help." he said. "If we can fill the spots we vacated with quality ball players, and if we can get three Junior college pitchers we canuse right away. we'll be in the diver's seat." DUUING ENIS two years as UP assitan head coach, the vigorous 34-year-old Biergman has be somewhat of -n aatktheuh to Fulrs mil, mt-spoken style.Now that he'll be modang Into a paetio, with more pressures and responslblhles, Bergman hopes to remain as consistent I. prsndty -s possible. One thing Bergman will be trying to change will be die teem's meager won-has p.rcentag, ast of Uhe returning baD p (ayesa seem to be opahulstic toward their new head coach and toward the teem's chances mest -Sen. "PM LO4ENG forward to nest year." sai junior Terry 3., vho along wIth She Joiner played wider Dergman as a beshma. at Semine "Ws'ldoat mre salag and a lot more bitting and 'earning, at hea If ft's lk. wham I wa a tedut. We Sbf. *40 baa. than ystn" Ash.B.C 4Ze 7d 've get the tale. he (Umpia.) -Ug bring ft ess o you -and Wfy. dm't, you wun't be mmoud very heaP. had as the ieath~ d gDew. hi.e tor the helm dtheasmnhintag ad to alhie carerad aeraofUF bmsbaL Toe m die same time, the psemotlon of Jtj Bergman brings a (ruh spak of lIg to Uhe teem, a as, ray of hope, a yoshfdas, ahuulaslic brand ci Awderuhlp. For dhe GaOr beebaji tea., n era baa dawned. -.*.-----------------------I The Independent Florida AlligatorD J lb i p

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Ps' tdPug 1T.hS.d. RM .Mds gs.,.Miey. Mey 9, 197 Catching is where it' s at for Darlene Dy roCK nanew Awami -st~ele Tb The least glamorous position in either baseball or softball is the catcher's poshhin, and that I. why the mask, chest -.d and shin guards worw by the catcher arn known as "the tools of ignortnct" But Darlene Jones, catcher for the UF girl's softball leam will argue that point. "RACK THERE (behind the plate) you can see everything. You can talk to everybody. That's whene the action stars," explained the Menriti Island native. While Darlene enjoys catching, she appreciates the Lady ator tracksters in Tom Black Class ic "We know our bodies ate in shape, but we're hure to get our minds is shape," said UP women's track cwad, Kate Paulo. The Lady Gator trackaters are competing in the Ton, Black Classic Saturday, in their final competition before next weeks nationals, and Paulo. I. expecting best times and distances to be equalled or bettered in the unscored ope. meet. "NOW IS the hour." claimed the coach. "We have to pin the needed psydchologlcai edge, to prove to ourselves that we can do it before -e have to at nationals. We seed to prove &o ourselves that we can do it before the big one." The Wonee's Collegiate frwk and Field Nationals ane in Corvallis. Ort., May I6-l7. The Lady Gator mile-relay rein' of Mary MeGroarty,. Kathy Carroll, Cecil Lynn Carter and Kay looper will be trying to lower their best time of 4:03.2. "TFE MSwill get us into the finals at nationals, but we'll need a 4:02 to place,"' predicted the mdichLady Galor mile relayens placed seventh in last year's championships. Individually, Paulo. as keeping a dlose watch on the times of sophomore McGroanty arid freshman Crd.lL uaGoanT HAS o the 8t0 in 2:13, but Paula. said "Mary will have to keep pushing to get her time down. She has the pctentlal to place at nationals, and first place is not out of her neadh." In the 440 Paulo. said Mc~roarty had reached a plateau time-wise. "Mary I. at 58.1 and she should be in the 57. in the 440." said the coach, adding that she ttought a 57 flat would take the hoonr in CARROLL, FROM Menlitt Island, is looking strong nthe100 wlth an 11.1 rime, and a 23.6 for the 22. but again her coach ii looking for better performances. Paulos said she thought the tough competition the Lady Gators faced earlier this season in th Dood and Tennessee State Relays would fai tim well "We havn no Idea what the California schools -r doing. but we have competed against the besd people In the East and wohave held our own that I. what we need to know we can do." said the UF coach. The Tom Black COaslce is an all day affair starting at noon Saturday. fact that there srt leagues around for girls to compete in sports. "I started playing softball with the guys in third grade. I was upset that there wasn't a league bor girls at that time," said the 22-year-old brunette. DARIENE HAS played ft. Fke St AuuteVolunteers Softball League for four 'The champions of that league, the Miami Dots, were number one in the nation last year. which -ie yo. -idea of the keen competltcm. The UP womus's teas has only been in exhstancgortwo yenrs and Darlene has played both yeans. LAST YEAR, the Lady Gaters finished third I. the state and this year they dropped down to fourth "We could have come In second last year. ApInSt florida State we worn losing with two Innings to go and the pute was canDS because .1 rn, We re-illy could have woe It ill this year. We just beat ourselves by making a lot of mental errors. People that never made erner before were making arwn." the sior recreation major sntd. 'T1E GNU IA fin lahed with a 13-8 record this past year,. and Cach Vii Abram's bARIENE JONES BOUND ThE MIN .could hay, won Ito il his ysa/ eel cation isf 1wteam was an "We elected to make several mistakes this season slacemwe'r a youngntam. We will have a powerftI team nuxt yenr bee aus most .f the grls will be rtrming." she sad. Susniug up her feelings on the tatus of women is the wotid of uport., Darlene said that g*rl dhooM stick with ether grs "I lush that gibl shoeSd not compete with boys. I'm dnitybnrla khnds ol women'. campetilos, except for feotb Si and rqgby which are too rough fhr gibl," she "Te muds maligned arn of catdriq wil never be the s-.e thanks to Darlene. U App icati Alligator Winter '74 ions now being accepted for edltor-In-chlef, Faol '75 and Term and managin od for 6 positions for Summer'75andfal '75 9 I. en** e~ew~~t .a~ Aes* t.--VII,., 4--I I, 44 .' p

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1%. Imdpeod.,,t Nov46. AMIIgar, Mridey May 9. 191 r5 Itg U F to get $547,000 next year in federal grant supplements fly FRANK flILLA4 1W will receive 1547.000 in federal supplemental educational opportunity grants next year. According to ira D. Turner, director of student financial aid, the money will aid "about 800 students." Of the total figure, 5375,000 must he used for students who have never received aid under this progam before. The remaining 5172.000 will be allocated for students continuing im the program. TUE PROGRAM will provide student financial grants of 1200 to 51,500 for the coming financial 3tar One requirement of the grant is that the student must match teamount of the grant with money freme mr mote "The student would have to have an approved loan. scholarship or participate in the college work-study program.' Turner said. "UNDER TUE work-study program, we put students In jobs that will relate to their majors. for exasuple. a physical education major could be given job at the YMCA." Tufter However. Turner said, the job cannot be with religious. political or prflt-maklzy organization. Parents' income is another factor that deturmines elIgIbility and the amount available from the rant. "IN MOST CASES, students whose parents make less than 59.000 will be eligible for the grant." Turner said. Turner pointed out that the number of children in college could vary a family's income factor. "OBVIOUSLY, pats who hare two children in college would have to py twice as much to put their children through school. So this is recognized when we look at the Income." he sThe 5547.000 is an increase of Sf4,000 over last y.ar's allotmesat. The money from the federal supplemental educational opportunity grants, the Florida Student AssIstance Stant. and the basic educational opporunity grants gpm to mnut the total pooi needed for students who meet the elIgIbIlIty requirements. Turnir said. Pursuit leads to suspect's arrest A l9-yesr-okd New York man was arrested Thursday in connectIon with a hushing and entering at Simpson Hall earlier i dhe day. ammedlag to Universkty Police Depmntment (UPD) latormatio Sat Jim ihuler. Paul ArtS.e urn appehsded at Brfudyfine apartments at 3:30 by UPO hflltnne and diaqged with breaking and taing with Innt to commit a Meosuy. Adtele was aitd alter a calculator was taken from.a ,com in Simpee. Hail. Resignation Ohenm pqge one) "He and I had talked oner a period of three months about the prnbems of Pebruury (the callback of appropriated funds). "EiS DWPARTlIDT WAS hit especIally hard. and I knew he bilt b as not getting proper support from the admlnlstratlom." fey., said. "We mad. sme commitments that we weret able to M~ll. We thogh we would be able to fulfill than." Bryan addsd. -p.m Ttems Sh~ lak LEWIS 23mW. U,.vaI' A. The suspected thief was confronted by a Simpeom resident who asked to -e his identification. The suspect knocked the student to the floor and fled. being pursued by another dorm resident who was not identified by police-. The pursuer saw the suspect leave in a gold Mustang with a New York license plate. The calculator, valued at SACS. we. found in a wooded area nearby. SG swear-in is Friday A swearing-in ceranony for the recently elected Student Body officers will be held Friday at 3:30 p.m. at the 3. Way. Reitz Union Colonade. Honor Court Chancellor Byron PNtarsm will admlnster the oaths of office to Student Body Prusidaut Jim Eaton, Vice' President Dan Lobeck. Treasurer Caleb Grimes and Traffic Court Chief Justice Bob Uindro. Petersen was sworn-ia last Friday by baiter Honor Court Chancellor Robert Hanki. S TOP 100 KING for a good part-time Jobil eGood Pay .11gw Opportunitlms eCaroer Training OReguiar Promotions oMen and Women Eligible EARN 54s FOR ONE WeEKcEND PER MO#TH, ANO TRAWS FCC A R EWARDING CAREER IN THE TICVOICAL SKIrLL OF YOUR CHOICE GETTIUSINVOLVED SECAUWE AMERICA NEEDS US I M.lOS. CHICAGO, ItLNOIS 6160 NAME IAOORE5.-AGL. I .STA I COMPANY I mu________ c.w. 31*31 lATHER I "II PAYS To GO TO MEETINGI" I ------a --a ------S -35W let MIST AVENUE SOW N TO WW a. -* *.bq* *ti.e.~ *'''*t~b.h. Tests (f1cm page one) said. "and we have had vary poeltive feedback fruit students who hase worked with us." CUANNEY SAID one studast who worked with the Reading and Study Skill center reported a 250 -inn pronet -n a GRE test for the second time. However students who have worked with dhe Rending and Study Skills castsr and takes private scores do not asatlely 'RatHars.s4A0 who has worked both with the Reading and Study Skills center and with John Mike. said he was not satisfied with the instreotlon at the aentsr. "TUNEIUTUCNON was not all that IndIvIdualIzed and I think thme program sulkes in quality." harris said. Hurlis, however, said working with Mike was a most positive espetlince. "Mike had a well orgmnnlad, very structured course." Hari said. "H. taught mc how to avoid the word games on the LSArt'"HARIS HAS NOT yet received teat scotresults, however. he said he felt a greater degree of confidence having pupated with Mike. N-my -0 s e a tt asaanestan U.IRA TURNS .gmntsadoboutg0osUdenlt.' -S

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PFgS. o1%. Ind~p.n. No.44.g MIIger. Md.y. M.y9., irs YQua lity and air meets of water in county standards Dy JOANNE KOHL Al~gase Sa Writ. Aladhua County residents have no reason to expect air pollution almrs from area enviromnentalists. Jerry KubaLan envirouenernal engineer with the Alachut County Pollution Control District, said the quality of the air in Alachua County "meets or exceeds ambient state standards." KUDAL SAID hydrocarbon emissions are a problem in areas of traffic stagnation, such as 34th Street during rush hour. Hownver. the level of pollution in these areas is rarely high enough to cause alarm. Other emissions, such as suipher oxides and carbon monoxide, only become a problem when a temperature inversion occurs in the atmosphere over Alachua County. At thes. times, pollutants are trapped near the ground. A temperature inversion is a stagnant layer of air. When ibis ayer setle veran arts, no windsoccur to.blow VERY LITTLE AIR stagnation occuri in this area, Kubal said. Winds in Alachua County are dharncteristcally slight, hut constant. preventing layers of pollutants from collecting. Another source of air poltstion comes from land dlearlngs and forest fires set to clear underbrush, Kubal said. He added, however, that permits must be issued to farmers who wish to clear land of previous crqp. Land clearings and controlled forest tires arn only permitted by the pollution control hoard when atmospheric conditions will al1ow them. he said. WATER QUALITY IN Alachua County is also consistantly high. Kubal said.The numerous sinkholes inthia area help carry runoff water to the aquifer, which filters out most o4 the impurities. The aquifer is a layer of porous water-bearing rock such as sa,,dstone. which can be tapped wells. Water quality here is affected slightly by runoff from pastures. carrying the danger of pollution from fetal matter. Kubal said. FOR INSTANCE, THE Beef Science department of WFAS was cited by the pollution board for allowing pasture' runoff mnto Bivens Arm, which feeds into Alachue Sink, Kubel explained. The runoff could have affected the quality of the water used by the city, he added. "Most of our problems with water quality are intermittent problems.' Kubal said. Food stamp benefits to be Increased July 1 Dy DILL PAC Food stamp benefits will incruast and stamp rsdpieats will be able to earn more money bqinning Julyl. Frances Little. spokeswoman for the United States flepantment of Agriculture Food Nutritional Services. said benefits for a single person will increase from S* to S4l a month. The maximum monthly income allowed to qpallfr for food stamps will incria. for single household. huno $394 to 5215. A family of fbur will be able to earn 5540 a mesth. EVERY SIX MONTHS there is an increase in hood stamp benefits, approximately based on the cost of livin. Currently. a food stamp recipient pays frown 0 to 5466o S worth of food stamps. dqpendig on his adjusted aie Income. The adjusted adt income includes deductions in areas san as shelter. utilities, and medical expenae. Ken Smith. TRegimsui Food Stamp Administrator, said the increase in maximum allowable income will not meult in swelled food stamp rolls. Many of the people who are close to the present mamimum income do not file for the benefits because of the trouble and expense involved in the filing procedure Smith said. For example, a perwan with an adjusted net income of SF70 a mionth-524 below the mnimumn-now ,ays 536 for 54 worth of food stamps. But many people find it colts more than $10 to go throtg the fihing procedure. and dow'l bakher to rqiler. Smith said. LUGGAGE SPECIAL ALL WJGGI IN STOCK 25 PRCBlT off regular prices whil,eyl.,t DARKER'S Ta. :m A San Ming Oriental Mart We he.enlde MMt's Day gifts. N.o rg. nIecto .4 CrlentoI aoc.$r, hotmdkci@E --wo, tO prcmnt dhiscA e all bWtums ,. ..hsI.? (iWSe3ffia(N) 77 -iSdA. r. El I 5 Buy a new'1 Jeep / now and get a soft top at no extra charge! B I 11328. I Jeep 31--