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By JANET PARK and 26 FAMU students are participating in WHILE STUDENTS ARE enrolled in the
Alligator Staff Writer the program. program the Carnegie Foundation pays for
The program set up with FAMU four years the difference: between what students would
'; The cross: cultural student exchange ago allows 50 UF students and 100 FAMU pay at their home university and what they
program between'UF and Florida A&M students to participate in the program. pay at the school they attend while on- the
I University(FAMU)has been discontinued for GRANT ESTIMATED, however only program.
lack of support. about 25 to 30 FAMU students have par Tutors are also funded by the program if
program The program sends UF students to FAMU ticipated: in the program each: year. students are having a problem with any
and FAMU students to UF during the spring The average number of UF students particular course. '
quarter. participating: is impossible to determine; "The idea was not to create any financial
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR of the Carnegie about 25 have participated each year except: hardship," Grant said.
: dead Program. Marvin L Grant said the program this year when only one student joined the GRANT ESTIMATED the program funds
now simply did not draw enough students and program. .
'therefore was terminated.mm "Neither school got the number we were
This spring quarter only one UF student geared for" Grant said. (See 'Carnegie' page three)




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Florida MAY 28, 1975

: Alligator

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STUART EMMRICH requirement for SUS students. The "financial incentive" program was
Alligator Staff Writer The mandatory plan requires all lower criticized by some of the regents as being
.1 division students entering the state universities discriminatory in favor of rich: students who
Although rejected: once by the Board of after September, 1976 to take at least could afford to pay the financial burden of
Regents the so-called "financial incentive" 15 hours of their program during the summer. not going to summer school and would not
program to increase summer enrollments in BUT THE mandatory attendance plan is really increase: summer enrollments
the state universities isn't dead yet. opposed by the presidents, including: UF significantly.But .
President Robert Q. Marston York and state York and the presidents still say theyare
E.T. York chancellor-designate: of the Commissioner of Education Ralph opposed to' forcing students to attend
State University System (SUS), is trying to school during any quarters and suggest an
revive it and has asked for help from the Turlington. alternative plan should be adopted.TO .
university presidents. They have instead endorsed the proposal to PREPARE a defense for their case.
lower the summer tuition rates by $5 per York told the presidents to compile their
YORK TOLD the Council of Presidents in credit hour and raise by SI per credit hour the suggestions of how to increase enrollment and
Tallahassee Tuesday he was going to ask the tuition of the other three quarters. send them to. him.
regents to reconsider the proposed plan to Jim,Robinson president of,the Universityof
boost summer enrollment and said he wanted Under the financial: incentive plan a West
Florida has suggested, lower dormitory
them to develop accompanying'measures to student taking 15 hours all four quarters
rates during the summer and waivingthe
lure students into summer school. would save $30. $15 .
application fee for freshmen who wantto 3 ;
At the last regent meeting the regents BUT A STUDENT who opted not to attend enroll summer '
rejected the' financial: incentive plan and summer quarter would be forced to pay $45 quarter. LT. YORK
passed a mandatory summer attendance ,more than the regular cost of going to school. See ''York' page eleven) "... will ask regents to reconsider I


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By BRIAN JONES THAT FIGURE REMAINED constant through the 10 percent i
Alligator Staff Writer enrollment surge fall quarter, J 974, and the budget cuts:
dii"I made last winter.
UF space analyst James Zowarka said the student-to-
Despite widespread publicity UF classes: are not more classroom: ratios stayed stable because UF simply opened up
crowded than they were two years ago according: to official
classrooms: more of the time for the increased student
UF planningstudies. population. ;

: I Nor are the'number of course offerings declining. In fact a The planning studies summarize university-wide figures so
comparison of course schedules shows about 150 more sec: unusually crowded: classrooms are, balanCed' by near-empty
tions are offered for next fall than were offered a year ago. ones in the averages.
A COMPARISON OF offered fall 1974
..; courses quarter.
iB "WE HAVE BEEN working under (UF President Robert and fall quarter, 1975 shows a slight increase. both courses
.',... 't 0.) Marston's enrollment limit (which will hold enrollment to and sections.
,; present levels), so all our planning has been to implement a Last year, about 5,000 sections were included: in the fall
." steady state". in offerings,. UF Dean of Admissions and course schedule. This year the schedule listed about 5,150
:iI" Registrar Richard: Whitehead said Tuesday. sections: '
Course offerings ,in a dozen selected departments also
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.,,:, I ,Even though ,individual UF departments have suffered showed a slight increase over last year. r
from budget cutbacks this year. comparison of student-to- The departments of physical sciences, 'art chemistry:
classroom: ratios over the last two years indicate the average economics: electrical engineering. English history.
f J r number of students in each classroom: has remained the same. mathematics philosophy, physics: psychology' and speech
photo by brian cones In'' tall, 1973. the UF division of planning and analysis offered a combined 655 courses fall quarter., 1974. ;'
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.and more students trying to get through capacity while in use.. 670 courses a two per cent increase.Carnegie .

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f : Ford raps Congress : ups oil costs I

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WASHINGTON (UPI!) Charging imposition of the new 'tariff which takes February '!about energy?" Ford asked
"Congress did nothing" to reduce energy use, effect June I and raises the total import levyto "Congress did nothing.
President Ford Tuesday ordered a $1 per $2 per barrel would cut oil imports by "What did Congress do in March and April
barrel hike in the oil import tariff that will 50,000 barrels per day this year., The total about energy?" Ford asked. "Congress did
raise gasoline prices at the pump a penny anda tariff was expected to cut imports by 350,000 nothing.
half a gallon. barrels per day by 1977 "Nothing. that is except rush through
In addition, Ford said' he would soon Ford had twice postponed imposition of legislation suspending for 90 days my
submit' to, Congress a plan tp gradually second dollar of the tariff, waiting for authority to impose any (additional, ) import
remove,price controls from oil produced in Congress to pass energy-saving laws "of its fees on foreign oil. Congress needed time, they
the U.S.,an action that would add yet another own. His speech strongly criticized Congress said." N
nickel to the cost of gasoline within two years. for failing to act before leaving on a 10-day
"The Congress cannot drift, dawdle and Memorial Day recess. Ford vetoed the restriction on his power to
debate forever with America's future' Ford impose Import fees. But he said he was
said in a nationwide television address. "I will The President detailed the history of his persuaded to postpone increasing the fee
not stand here idly while the United States of own energy conservation efforts, starting with above $1 I for 60 days after House and Senate
American runs out of gas." his request to Congress in January to enact an Democratic leaders visited him to present a
As part of his tariff increase Ford also "urgent 10-year program for energy independence "pamphlet outlining energy goals similar to
imposed a 60 cent per barrel fee on imported within 90 days- that is, ,by mid mine" and asking for time to enact the plan.
refined petroleum products. This fee the first April." Ford recalled his agreement at the end of
ordered for refined products, would hit Ford started the conservation program witha April to postpone the tariff hike for another ...
gasoline in summer and east coast heatingoil unilateral order imposing the first SI import month because the House Ways and Means
in winter. tariff Feb. I and proposing it be raised to $2 Committee and other Congressional panels PRESIDENT FORD.blastsCongressional
Figures released by the White House in on March 1 and to $3 April I. were making "diligent" efforts to achieve an .' Inaction-I
connection with Ford's speech showed that "Now, what did the Congress' do in energy bill. '
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I Class of 75 faces fewer jobsUPI Wednesday

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( ) Job' prospects'for the college claSS' of' 1975 are "Many said there is little necessity tai do much recruiting
'down 18 per cent from, last year, the College Placement because of an available supply of experienced individuals and
Council reported Tuesday. recent college graduates, coupled with reduced turnover and Knievel riot that bad
Despite the pessimistic outlook, top students, minoritiesand internal re-allocation of personnel. :
women still have a strong competitive position in this "Despite all these factors and the poor economic climate.
'spring's job hunt, the placement council said. top students, minorities and women in high demand will
Last November the council 'surveyed employers and disciplines are expected to continue in a strong competitive says jump againLONDON
forecast only a 4 percent drop in hiring., ,position," the council report said.
The latest report, based on actual job placement at year's (UPI) Stuntman Evel Knievel changed his
end and expected hirings shows a much worsened situation. The placement council, based in .Bethlehem Pa., keeps mind Tuesday and said he will jump-.agaln.
The council linked this to a worsening of the national tabs on the job situation by surveying members college Knievel 35 cancelled his brief"retirement" in a statement
economy since November. placement offices and, the nation's major employers, including issued from a London hospital where he is recovering from a
"Judging from their comments, employers do not expect government.The crushed vertebra, a broken right hand and a linear fracture of
appreciable improvement in hiring until possibly'next severity of this year's 18 per cent drop isn't as bad as the left pelvis,saying simply, "i will jump again.
spring," the council reported. the 27 per cent decline for the 1970-71 graduation season. The American daredevil had announced he was quitting
just after he was injured Monday in an attempt to jump his
,motorcycle 40 feet over 13 single-deck buses parked side by
side in Wembly stadium. He made it over 12 and crashed into
I Holiday accidents, claim 708 the 13th.
"After the jump I was busted up pretty bad.and in a lot of
pain and I said I 'would retire" ,Knievel said in his un-
.Nearly half as many persons drowned during the Memorial Fifteen persons were killed in plane accidents and 65 died retirement statement. "But again that would be letting a lot of
Day holiday as died in traffic accidents.A in other types of accidents for an overall total of 708.. people down."
final count by United Press International showed 425 California, where: millions of persons swarmed, onto The motorcycle crashed at nearly 100 miles per hour and
persons died in traffic and 203 drowned during the three-day beaches and big jams developed on freeways. led the nation in Knievel lay motionless on the turf, his face blackened and his
'weekend. both key columns on the fatality lists. 'reported 50 traffic brightly colored costume in shreds. Then.he climbed to his
The toll on the nation's highways fell in the lower range of deaths and 21 drown tgs.Other' '
feet and told 70,000 cheering' spectators over the public
the National Safety Council's estimate that between 400 and
states'with heavy traffic'tolls' included Texas 29, address :
500 persons would be killed' in traffic accidents but'was above Ohio Michigan 23..,Florida and New York 20 each. In- "I've. got system to tell you that you are the last people in the world
last year's Memorial Day traffic toll of 392., diana 18 and Illinois, 16. who will ".
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Women faculty pay to be studied .. I




" By JANET PARK of Education Ralph Turlington's office by Association for Women Faculty President full education committee.
t: Alligator Staff Writer April IS. 1976. Felicity Trueblood praised the local legislative .
,... The salary equity bill was filed by 'Rep. delegation Reps. Martin and Bill Andrews, Trucblood said she was pleased with both
'" The State University System will take a Sidney Martin D-Hawthorne. The dollar D-Gainesville, for their attention to the bill. men's efforts on behalf of the bill, adding they
:) close look this year at the salaries of the amount was computed on the average salaries ANDREWS IS CHAIRMAN of the sub. were "sensitive to the concerns of their
."; women faculty it employs. of men and women at the nine state committee on capital outlay that recom- constituents and defended the interests of the
: The salary study was proposed by a Florida universities. --n(1M the study and passed the bill to theUniversities universities."
: House of Representatives subcommittee TURLINGTON DIRECTED the Board of
; studying a bill requesting $970,000 to raise Regents to conduct the study, although no
J women's salaries to the level of'men's. guidelines have yet been specified. can, use
{ AFTER SUBCOMMITTEE hearings the After the study is completed and the results ,

provision for the$970,000 was deleted and the presented to the legislature next year, an ). '
requirement for the study, was substituted.The appropriation will be granted based on the' ; ,

.J, study results are due in Commissioner' amount necessary to equalize salaries. funds as they see fit


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Carnegiefrom By STUART EMMRICH flexibility in budgeting.IN .
Alligator Staff Writer PREVIOUS YEARS, the legislature
allocated resources for specific budget areas,

( page one) dergraduates is $13 per credit hour. such as salaries and capital expenses.
, "The new (proposed) credit-hour fee Although it was already fairly certain the The lump sum funding has been heavily
on-campus housing costs for about 15 per structure has caused some. problems, state universities now.know for sure that lump supported by SUS officials who say the
cent of the students involved in the exchange. though." he said.STUDENTS sum flexibility will be passed by the Board of flexibility will allow them the management
Grant also stressed that paying tutor fees HAVE ARRIVED' from Regents'on to the schools. decisions necessary to make the most out of a
and room rent keeps financial burdens off' FAMU and decided to take more or fewer Carol Walters, of the regents planning tight budget.
students. Financial arrangements are also hours than they registered for necessitating division; said the schools will be given a' Walters estimated the allocations for next
made with schools to insure they don't suffer refunds or further billing. straight allocation to be divided up in what year would be released to the universities by
from loss of the exchange students: Credits earned at another state university state universities system officials feel would be the middle of June, depending on how soon
"They pay their fees at their oWn universityand automatically transfer to the student's home the best' way. the legislature decides on the final budget.
their room rent too if they live on university' Grant said. THE ONLY RESTRICTIONS Walters THE BUDGET ALLOCATES approximately
campus," he said. Grant said the phasing out of the one- said will be on salary rates set by the regents. $250 million for the SUS
IF ROOM RENT at the home university is quarter program did not violate Health She said the State University System (SUS) Educational and General budget.
cheaper than at UF the Carnegie program Education and Welfare(HEW) guidelines for will also be required to report to the regents UF's share of that sum is about 26 per cent.
pays the school the difference between UF's desegregation.As on how they are allocating their money and Although Walters admitted the legislature
rate and the school's. far as I know those apply just to provide copies of their operating budget. might decide to decrease the recommended
Tuition fees for visiting FAMU students are, recruitment of black students to attend the The state legislature in its budget for the education budget,"she said,no major changesare
the same as UF's fees, Grant said. The university, not the exchange program," he, state universities approved the lump sum expected when the conference committee
current university system charge for un- said. funding as a 'means of allowing the schools t finishes going over the budget.

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Tigert rules on two cheatinq cases I

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By STUART EMMRICH The Honor Court hearings were also held in ago but no decision by the appeals court has
Alligator Staff Writer !secret but the penalties were published by the been issued yet.
court by case number and description of
Two students' cheating cases have been offense without any mention of the charged Nor has a date been set on the court suit
handled by the UF administration, but the students' names. against UF' charging the Honor Court
outcome of the closed hearings are.being kept An appeal by UF of the Honor Court injunction hearings come under the Florida "Sunshine
!secret. was heard in Tallahassee two weeks Law" and should be open to the public.,
At least two more students charged by the ,. .
UF Honor Court have hearings pending

also before remain the administration undisclosed., but their fates will Tenure revision plans

THE ADMINISTRATION ,
hearings .
handled by Rob Denson. director of student ,
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Bill allowshitching conduct were requested by the students aftera get delayed by regentsBy ,
circuit court injunction halted the Honor

banHitchhikers Court The hearings.Honor Court was only able to process r I

16 of 63 cases before Circuit Court Judge R.A. ,r
may find more towns Green issued the injunction Feb. 7. IBERT n
banning their mode of transportation next Because the charged students cannot go Alligator Staff Writer
through the Honor Court to have their cases [,
year.A bill now on the Florida House floor processed until the injunction is lifted UF The Board of Regents has decided to take| MARSHALL
gives city government officials specific President Robert Q. Marston offered the more time to develop a policy which would j CRISER
authority to restrict hitchhiking whenever alternative of administrative hearings to the allow early dismissal of faculty .'more
persons thumbing rides create a traffic !students.SO during times of "financial members I I time*
hazard or endanger their own lives. FAR ONLY four students have taken Three proposed regents rules concerned I t
Municipalities already have the power to the option of administrative hearings, but with laying off (faculty before the required!fi Ubudget
pass anti-hitchhiking ordinances under Denson said another called to say he was notification time only in a financial|
the "Home-Rule Act," but small towns interested and might exercise his ,option. emergency have been taken off the agenda 1 46t
with no legal staffs are unsure of their legal Denson explained the hearings are closed lor the regents' June 2 meeting. l
rights, according to the bill's sponsor. and the penalties kept secret because the. REGENTS CHAIRMAN Marshall Criser for the State University System left
Rep. Jerry Melvin, D-Fort Walton eases are now considered discipline hearingsonce said postponing consideration of the rules will SUS officials wondering how many faculty
Beach, said his bill spells out local they go to the administration and "give everyone concerned more time" for positions would be funded for next year.
jurisdiction over hitchhiking 'regulations discipline hearings have always been kept studying and commenting on the proposals.Gov. But the legislature has appropriated ap,
more clearly! than the "Home-Rule Act" confidential. Reubin Askew's recommended proximately $16 million more for universities
does.He general education needs than the governor.
also said his measure would give CHANCELLOR ROBERT MAUTZ said
local authorities control over "the no- Lectures explore ,self-growth the"uncertain economic situation" promptedthe
man's land between the pavement and the regents to seek an "emergency" policy to
sidewalk where nobody has authority to deal with letting faculty go if there wasn't
regulate hitchhiking." The UF Counseling Center is sponsoring a t for Truth," and "Three 1 Essays on Universal enough money to pay salaries.
The house has not yet completed actionon series of lectures on personal growth and self. Law." But with budget increases from the
the bill, although it did tack on an exploration.The 1he: second lecture in the series legislature, "there's no reason to rush
amendment that somewhat restricts the first lecture, "Universal Con "Knowledge Through Experience: To Per through" with the emergency rules.
local officials' rule-making authority.The sciousness: The Missing Link Between ceive It Is To See It, To Realize It Is To Be "We were ,moving very rapidly and we
amendment, proposed by .Reps. Science and Religion" will be presented It." will be presented by Randy Preiser on don't like to move so fast with matters. as
Richard Langley R- lermont. and Ralph tonight at 7:30 in McCarty Auditorium. June 4 in McCarty Auditorium. serious as tenure,"- Mautz said.
Haben D-Palmetto, provides that hit Delivering the lecture will be Dr. Michael Preiser is former director of the Living Love Delaying consideration of the rules until
chhiking prohibitions must be ,based'' on Singer a UF graduate and now a professor at Ce ter in Berkeley and originator of the 48- "sometime next fall" will allow for further
traffic hazards ,or danger of injury. Santa Fe Community College. hour personal,growth intensive." input from (faculty organizations, he ex
Singer is the author of two books. "Search The series is open to the public. plained.





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FLICKS The UF Film Society will be showing the films"Un
Chien Andalou" and "Faust" Thursday night at 7:30: room
103 B in the Architecture and Fine Arts Building. .
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MISSING LINK "Universal Consciousness-Missing Link
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is not big enough,, between Science and Religion." will: be the topic by Michael
Singer author of"The Search for Truth"in lecture tonight at,
for everyone 7:30: in McCarty Auditorium.,
AIR FORCE ONE A short film on the Air Force's new low-
cost tighter plane,the YF-16 will be shown at 7:30 tonight in

Ajjj. % Reserve now to ,be certain of Fall occupancy., room 303 of the Aeorspace Building.AIR .
\ FORCE TWO "The Supersonic Swindle." a slide show
documentary on the B-l Bomber will be presented by UF '
Closest to Campus eFully'Furnlshed' History Professor John Mahon Thursday night at 8 at the
Master TV Antenna Dishwasher Catholic Student Center. 1738 W. University Ave.
J Pool.. Sauna Laundry Facilities MILDEW MUSIC: WUFT's final "Come Together" show
,will feature the bluegrass music of The Mildew Brothers and
1231 8.W. 3rdAv'nu* HOURS; films on ballooning tonight on Channel 5 at 1 11 I and Saturdayat
5:30: p.m.PREVETSi.
WON. FRI. 10 A.M.to 5'P.M. The Pre-Veterinary Club will meet to elect officers
372-3557 and make banquet reservations tonight at 7 in the
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Mechanical Engineering Building room 211. .
P.S.O. DEADLINE! Today is the deadline for membership
applications for summer and fall for the Pre-Professional
Service Organization. Applications are available.at room I 113
Anderson Hall where complete applications are to be sub.
mitted.
IIILLEL The Hillel Jewish Student Center. 16 NW 8 St. will
DUB'SDYNAMITE present two lectures: "Introduction to the Yiddish Shtctl
Culture"tonight at 8 and "Modern Jewish HistoryWhere
Did It All Begin?" Thursday evening at 8.
NORML The National Organization for the Reform of
Marijuana Laws(NORML)will meet tonight at 7:30: in room
v 362 J.Wayne Reitz Union.The.public is invited.
MEDITATION LECTURE There will be a free Transcendental
DISCO Meditation Lecture 8 tonight at Santa Fe Wcsf.
u 723 W. University Ave. Admission is free everyone is
welcome.
COO PSYCH CLUB: The Psychology Club will meet to elect officers .
tonight at 8 in room 151 of the Psychology Building.
Ult mE DISCUSSION GROUP The Gainesville Eck-Satsang: Societywill
have a public discussion group Thursday at 7:30: p.m. in

< n. room 333 Reitz Union'; '
STUDENT SUPPER The Catholic Student Center will
>Z- 0 sponsor a student supper tonight-at'6 at 1320 W. University
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CIRCLE Kt Circle K will meet Thursday at 6 p.m.,in room
ISO C in the Reitz Union.
ENGINEERING! The Benton Engineering Council will meet
c Thursday night at 7:30: in Weil Hall room 320.
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TightropeHow .


does this sound for a suspense plot thriller?

Three skyjackers take command of a jetlinerand mr

threaten to crash it into a nuclear research

facility at Oak Ridge.Or .
how about this? A doctor in a small

Northwestern town blames a local nuclear i''ry1 hGet

power plant for the unusual number of infant

deaths in the area. Expert opinions differ, but no

definitive conclusions can be reached until, j

perhaps, a whole generation of townsfolk grows up
contaminated by radiation.

Consider this one. A rubber hose comes loose in

a nuclear: power plant and, before anyone notices,
7,400 radioactive gallons of water spill out

onto the floor. Officials hurry to the scene but it's

too late. Three thousand gallons have run out an

open doorway and soaked the ground outside.
Any of these overdramatized incidents could

provide material for a science fiction screenwriter

except for one thing they're true.;

Accidents like that 7,400 gallon leak are called '
"minor" by authorities. They happen occasionallyand

they are explained away by officials, who are

volved.adept at minimizing the potential damage in government out of schoolsAuthor I


Admittedly the chance of a "major" accident is

slight. One estimate puts it at one chance in 100 Karl Hess found an interesting way to drop out of student is going to get the official line. In Florida for
trillion plant years of operation, "excluding high school. He registered at two different schools and then example the student is subjected to such idiocies as a course
operator error, maintenance error (and) transferred from each to the other. Both schools assumed he, called "Americanism versus communism" (after saluting the
was at the other and Hess was free to do as he pleased. flag of course).
sabotage. If the method proposed by Sen. Walter Sims R-Orlando Third since they try to accommodate everyone within the
That's like telling a tightrope walker you're (and blasted by The Alligator) had been available Hess same system the public schools end up with a bland con-
taking away his net, but everything will be all right wouldn't have had to go through all that trouble. He could coction that pleases no one.BRIAN .
unless he makes a mistake. have just passed his equivalency test and gone on his way.
Sims has proposed that high school students be paroled at
And the possibility of a serious mistake is all too
14 if test. One might hope that this DONERLYOPINION
they can pass a
age
real which is Morris Udall (D-Ariz.) has
why Rep. ,
tumbling tiny step toward freedom would be greeted gladlyor
opened a debate in Congress on the values and even criticized as insufficient.But '
risks of nuclear power. The debate is to decide if no. The reaction if the people questioned by The L
Congress wants to impose a five-year moratoriumon Alligator are at all representative has been almost uniformly L
hostile.. People have very different ideas about education. Some
nuclear' the interval.
new power during Of course it might be kept in mind that the people interviewed parents want their kids to be reading Latin in the third grade.
With 55 of these plants already in operation, were primarily educational bureaucrats. Obviously Others want the children to be directing their own educationin
more than 200 scheduled to be running in 1985, their self-interest lies with the current an open atmosphere. Still others would prefer a
and $10 billion planned in government subsidies, system. They need students to justify their existence. So curriculum oriented toward vocational training.
it may be too late to start asking whether nuclear compulsory education is j just t fine with them. Such variety could be accomplished if there were a free
market in education.But .
power is worth the price. My only complaint with Sims' bill is that it doesn't go far school boards can not afford to come up with all these
The odds are increased by the development of enough. alternatives. They have to come up with one system. So they
the breeder reactor, a nuclear power source that Why should a 14-year old have to pass a test to escape the choose one geared toward their perceived constituency
public schools? It is just those students who won't be able to
usually upper-middle-class whites.
would have highly radioactive plutonium as a
pass the test that are likely to feel most imprisoned by the
byproduct. The plutonium would be transportedfrom The government further stifles the development of alternative
system. methods of education through the method it uses to
power plants in lead-lined vehicles, but no And why is any age limit retained? There is no more magicin Finance the schools. If parents are disgusted enough to opt
one is exactly sure where it would go. the number 14 than there is in the number 16. out of the public school system they still have to pay for it
The system needs a far bigger dose of Sen. Sims' medicine. their
But the issue of safety is overbearing. through taxes.
What is needed is to get the government out of the field of As a result those parents have to pay twice for their child's
Which brings up another embarassing point. education entirely. education. -It's tough to compete with a"free"education.
After all these years no one has come up with a There are a number of things wrong with the concept of Walter Sims' bill just scratches the surface of the problem.But .
satisfactory plan for disposing of the nuclear public education.To it's still enough to upset the educational bureaucrats.He'll .
with it involves theft., If
inevitably
begin you are goingto learn his
garbage. lesson on this bill. You can be sure that Sims
provide"free"education you are going to have to steal the
We're talking about tons of plutonium by the will never propose any fundamental reform after he tees the
money from someone. This is done through ad valorem taxes. reaction of
year 1990, 12 pounds of which could be used in a Second if you let the government run the schools, the turf. bureaucracy assembled to his incursion onto their

bomb capable of killing millions. r

And if that's not bad enough, the Atomic
Ron .
Energy Commission and the industry it nurtured Independent fditofoin-Chief Cunningham ManogIng Oovidttotn EdItor 1
have already lost thousands of pounds of nuclear

material like highly enriched uranium, which can
FloridaAlligat r ::: ==
also be used for making bombs and the AEC is .

unable to give positive assurances that it hasn't (ill Q.\i Ga Mind)caiman 'UCH; ., .. Jody Carfin
fallen into the hands of a terrorist group or hostile JP' Newt Editor layout Editor

government. .. ,
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I : ;:Has Mara set back liberation ? ;. '::) I





EDITOR Dear Ms. Mara (or "Janie") and-or politics, given his intelligence and statement is worse that false it is irrelevant.It I WAS TOTALLY dumbfounded. Your

From one human being to another, are you experience in these areas. is false because Mailer's views, specificallyin last paragraph left me a little hazy as to your

deliberately trying to set Human Liberation To go through your article point by point: his "Prisoner of Sex" were expounded long intent and to your definitions "equality"

back 2,000 years or is your rabid, illogical, It is unfair to quote an author out of context, before Kiggs thought of jumping on the and "bigot." Aren't v e all bigots of 'some

haranguing style' laden with nonsequiturs tor it can completely distort the meaning. It is bandwagon and challenging female tennis kind? Aren't you totally bigoted when it

merely as a result of your intelligence and absurd to try to analyze and critize an !stars.' comes to Male'Chauvinist Pigs, to the point of

training or lack thereof? author's personality and beliefs through the As! to your feelings about Savant's role in discrediting everything they have to say,

For years the Women's Liberation personality and beliefs of one of his fictional (this, perhaps we should both consult their hether or not it ion the topic of feminism or
Movement has been trying to prove that characters. (Look up "fiction" or "nove)" in motives for receiving Mailer *- maybe it was not?

women"can be as realistic, tolerant, "cool," any dictionary, in case you're confusing the because they respect his intelligence and As for "equality," 1 I'm sure that even

and logical as other people, when these terms with "autobiography" or' knowledge and because he didn't speak' Mailer will not deny that everyone should

qualities are needed., You've sure done a good "philosophy".) against women. have equal justice under the law, but are '

job of undermining these efforts. If women wanted to protest his appearance, Your snide remarks about Blue Key were people really equal in every respect?' Hell no.
AS TO YOUR article on Norman Mailer, they did have the right to do so, as other totally uncalled for. I know absolutely People are different and differences 'inability

or "Normie' as you like to call him, did you !speakers (Ron Ziegler comes to mind) can nothing about their organization but 'your and opinion should be respected. It is

even attend his lecture? I think not, for you certainly be cancelled it'a large enough devotion pf two paragraphs to reviling an childish to denounce a person in all of his or

do not mention that his topic or topics, number of the student body objects. organization that had nothing to do with her aspects. because of his or her lack in one

concerned poetry and politics, with no APPARENTLY, Mailer's appearance did Mailer's visit was one of the strangest area, or because of his or her differenCe'of. "
references to women or his stand on our not greatly otTend a large percentage of the examples of a nonsequitur I have ever encountered opinion from yourson one subject.
liberation. I am sure that no one can say that students. You accuse Mailer of jumping on in journalism '(and I've seen some Susan McGriff '

Mailer is not competent to speak on poetry the bandwagon with Bobby Riggs. That dillies). 2UC


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taxpayers


EDITOR: There, has been taxpayer can afford it. It is

much talk about not having a true that he won't go hungry

/ tuition increase and-or a because of the taxes he paysto

reduction in services and support education. But

about the students "right",to does that give us, ,as students
an education.It the right to thrust our hand

into his pocket, and forcibly
is true that a person has
take his ?
money
the right to seekan
NO, IT DOES not. For
education, But he does
!students to claim: such a right
not have the right to compel
i would be for them to claim:
someone else to pay for his
'1fIE_kmS education. Yet this "right" is that they have a right to
violate the rights of others.
what the student rights
Rights are those conditions of
WWK- groups are 'claiming when
reality that are necessary to aman's
.... they say that students should For
survival as a man.
not have' to pay higher
tuition. one man'or group of men to
claim: a right to violate the
W.C'MON,JERRY- NOBODY BELIEVES ANYIHIM51 SAY.ANM...' STUDENTS CURRENT. rights of others is to claim

LY pay about one-third of that they, the claimers: have a
the cost of their education, superior right to that of the

the rest being paid by the other group.In .

theories all have taxpayers. other words, some
Recent we
are Now look at the taxpayers. people would have the right to -
other and these
people
exploit
Does he have a choice to pay
others would not have a rightto
EDITOR In response to servations then what is left to unquestioned evidence given and sexual equality. If you his taxes? No he doesn't. themselves.This .

Stanley T. Rich's letter, and base the judgment of truthon this he will form a theory, but defeat the' basis of the Any taxpayer who would not protect is a clear violation of
isn't this what he is arguing defeat the freely give his for the
in defense of my own, I must ? argument 'you money equal rights for all in-
say I was amused in reading Agreed, sometimes this against: argument. purpose in question, is being dividuals. From this it is
Rich's literary effort. The process of estimation can be I WELCOME THE effortsof forcibly robbed through the obvious that special interest

theme of his letter was interesting grossiyin error if you'refuse those who attempt to power of the state. rights" cannot exist.
but somewhat to use past observations all disprove the theories I believein Charles G. Fugee On this subject, one is sure "group

difficult to accept. you have left is a guess basedon and if they are successful: : I bAS to hear the argument that the Zack RichardsonTh.
would be delighted for they
beliefs which in
I personal
wouldn't I
say, question,
have us one closer to
lead to even put step
the adequacy most cases, can
or ,inadequacyof
in judgment.Rich THE TRUTH. But: until
Rich's mental worse errors
processesbut
recent theories are proven'false
I do begin to wonder never really disputed
they are all we have.
about arguments, only that they
people who shun the N
further DRRRl1
One thing, my
of based on theory and not nrmt in w.urt
use theory so drastically.: ;were rums 'N.n aI -
for the preventionof
I AGREE on "unquestioned evidence. arguments
THAT
"theories racial intermixing do not I -utter .
Ire not THE TRUTH" as he If I am not to base my
states in his judgment of what is right for provide justification for
letter, but if we discrimination in job or' L REaitR
of
refuse to base our judgment our culture on observations
1 do
educational opportunity. ,
then what am I Ito
of what truth is on theories other cultures racial
? Rich asked for not support
established from prior ob- use discrimination in employmentor

educational opportunity,
The Independent, but I believe the biological f

evidence that supports the
Florida Alligator discrimination between sexes

presents an excellent
argument against the feminist

Tom Shroder John Moron movement.

.Awl.. N.w Editor Photo Editor Mr. Rich the issue does
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Doug Hatch indeed include Interradalmarriage

Wire Editor and its genetic after.
Sheila l Greg F6a.rEntortalnmwtt
Draper Editor Sports Editor effects. The basis for the

equal opportunity argumentslies

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I Marston York. Push for Pay Nike




Although the appropriations bills now in SffioB" the 113 per
joint conference contain no salary In- Clnivessity l to pointing generally,
cent cost of !
creases for University or other state utilities In
President Robert and pro duced by the Division of Information i Publicatieni HB Marston cited increased costs
Chancellor Designate E.T. York afire continuing Services to communicate official notices A H H Gainesville, increases: in telephone rates
insurance
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at of Florida.
the University
President Marston has sent a letter rates in policies purchasedthrough
detailing the need for a pay hike not only to the University's various group

take care of general nationwide inflationbut the likelihood of increases for other local when revenues show a gain during the plans. ,
also for local cost of jiving increases. government employees.Dr. year if the Legislature cannot find the "There Is significant built-in inflation in

"There is increasing: evidence that state York. In his recent Legislative money to give a pay hike at the beginning this area over and above the national,
employees will be a lone segment of our Report No. 13 released Friday, stated "I of the fiscal year..York said there has beenan pressures of inflation," Marston sum

population who will not receive some type am today writing Legislative.leaders In unwillingness to raise pay at universities marized.York's. "
of salary increase themselves both Houses further emphasizing the unless all state employees get raises. 'summary stated, "The overall

in this current inflation crisisif the necessity for addressing this issue (,pay Marston's letter of May 7 stated. "This 'game plan' within the Legislature has
Legislature is not able to provide some increases)." letter is being written to give my strong apparently been to go ahead and get the
relief Marston wrote. York said his letter win again stress the support for salary increases, particularlyfor basic appropriations bill out and then try
The president related the approval of a 8 possibility of a contingency appropriation those In the l lower salary ranges, which to find some way to meet salary needs" if
per cent'increase for city employees and measure authorizing pay increases if anUF'ers"Farm" includes so many of our Career Service additional resources could be found.

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Save on Recreation', Costs Too"Old info Available

'The Career Planning and Placement

Center, G-22, JWRU, has opened a New
McDonald" bad nothing on Nancy u Forecast
Job Trends and Employment
and Del'' Dunn. The couple, like
young with firsthand
Section to provide students
dozens of Florida
other of
University 7- information relating to Job market opportunities ,
students, now grow their own food oncampus. occupational outlook forecastsand

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L employer,hiring expectations.Some : .
The couple's "farm" is smaller than
of the specif It Information avail
their campus apartment kitchen, but they .
able includes Job-hunting tips, federal
hope to save over|200 in food costs before
hiring opportunities, living cost comparisons -
the end of the term."We've .
salary scales and other detailed
planted squash tomatoes
corn, information.
eggplant, beans and cabbage all
surrounded -
As of the Job Trends Section,' the
part
by a circle of marigolds! ," says. Del, a Placement Center has established a Value
building: construction major.
Line to aid students to the evaluation of
He explains the border of marigolds
wasn't planted Just for their bright yellow potential employers.is a comprehensivereview
of and their
1,500 companies
blossoms. "They're there to prevent
insects from invading the other plants. relative performance as compared to
other In the industrial
That way we don't have to use pesticides." companies same
grouping. Facts are offered on company
The Gainesville couple plans to save
growth rates, capital structure, earnings,
even more than Just food bills because
summaries of business and
tilling their tiny plot takes most all their i development
future which the Place-
leisure time. "And 111 match my tan directions-things
against any of my friends who drive over ment Center regards as important is
to Crescent Beach weekend,"boasts seeking the right companyto work for.
every NANCY AND DEL DUNN INSPECI'TBEIR TOMATO CROP
Nancy beans. as she manicures a tall row of Daughter Leigh Gives Helping Hand Student Couple Interviews For

Their "farm" and the 135 neighboring
15-by-20 foot garden plots near Lake Alice $6 per plot per season" says,Landrum, others," says Landrum. Jobs Wind UpFour
0.: are directed by the Student Agricultural who also has J his own mini-farm.. "All Directions for proper gardening proce-
Council, an organization of students rental revenue goes directly back into the dures come from the agriculture students companies will be interviewing this
enrolled In the University's College of program.." and several brochures'on gardening week and next seeking potential em-
Agriculture. "Everything" includes initial'tilling of techniques publishing by the University's ployees among soon-to*graduate UF stu
Senior Paul Landrum, council presi- the two-acre tract of campus land, mulch, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sci dents. Students should sign up.for interviews
dent from Miami,says the student garden manure, hose, water.string, stakes and ences. as early as possible to the Place
plots are so popular that, since the tools. "I found out that bugs don't like ment Center, G-22 J. Wayne Reitz Union.

program began a year ago, waiting lists "The project gave agriculture students marigolds .hi one of those little ,books," UF alumni are also eligible to use the
have sprouted each term. not t only a chance to practice what they've Dunn says. "Our little girl Leigh turns her services.'
"We furnish everything but the seeds for been learning,but also the chance to teach nose up when she smells them, too." Wednesday and Thursday Southern
Sent:Metal (Summer employment)

I I Band Concert on Lawn Tonight at 7 ,GEIGY Tuesday Corporation Ernst and Ernst' and CIBA-

Thursday, June -Tampa Electric
University of Florida's symphonic and between goes on sale 10 ajn. to 4 p.m.: .Company.
concert bands get together at 7 p.m. This, Week Saturday at the Reitz Union's Flea Market LAW Student
tonight on the University Auditorium on the"Colonnade and North Terrace. Senior law students are encouraged to\

Lawn for a ,twilight concert. Frank on Cdin pus Registration for sales tables is required, sign up at the Law Center Placement
Wickes, director of bands, will direct and must be completed by 4 p.'m.: Friday in Office,348 Holland Law Center,for the Job
Moorside,March, Chorale and Shaker Did It All Begin?" at 8 DJD.: Friday at Room 330 of the Union.Students can obtain Fair to be held at the Florida Bar
Dance, Flute Rag and the overture to The .Hillel Foundation. The public is welcome tables at no charge and non-students haveto Convention in Boca Raton June 20.I Law
Barber of Seville.' Gary Laagford,'assistant to attend the program,sponsored by Hfflel ante up $2 per table.Faculty firms, government employers and otters
director of bands, will conduct State and the UF Cater for Jewish Studies. will be on'hand for individual interviews"with
:Street Strut, The Gallant Seventh'and I Meyer,'a former visiting senior lecturer law students and recent: law alumni

Don't Know How to Love Hto. Gtaduate at the Universities of Haifa and the Negevin TtrmmaffonThe 'olfcy ,Delay/ ,by iOft,
:Assistant Steve Hea&elman will take the Israel, will meet with members of the '
baton to direct The Muck Man fiaale UF History;Ideas and Culture Club for Board of Regents will delay action sufficient funds to head off any emergen
The program is free and open to the lunch at noon Friday in Room 1SOC of the on a policy for faculty terminations case ciea.
public. Rests Union. Faculty.... who'd like of financial exigency Chairman Marshall The UF Senate for its Thursday 8:30:
JewJAKbteryMichael to attend the luncheon may contact Dr. Crlser told a meeting of the program and p.m.meeting has scheduled consideration:
Meyer professor of Jewish Sheldon Isenberg in the Department of communications committee Friday. of a resolution calling' for a delay to
: b' history of Hebrew Union College Jewish Religion. Criser said action will be delayed until adoption of a policy. The policy was to be
Institute of Religion In Cincinnati Ohio, Flea Market next fall because the appropriations bills considered Sunday and Monday ',at
speaks. "Modern Jewish History: When Odds and ends and everything in now in Joint conference appear to have meetings of the Board and its committeesPop .'
ID Fort Lauderdale.
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CLEARANCE

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By ROSEMARY GOUDREAU get out of jury duty. It's unfamiliar, it scares
Alligator Staff Writer' them, and they are afraid they'll be locked up' "
UpTol/3Off :and not make it home," said Linda Parrish
.
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury..the North's secretary, who handles calls from,

; Reg. 12.00 1'0 decision lies in your hands. potential jurors.
S36.00NOW
"Every registered voter in Alachua County But Parrish added holding the jury
including students at one time will be asked to overnight doesn't happen frequently."WE .
make the right choice and show up for jury REALLY TRY to work with them
duty" said Ben. E. North, court executive and make duty more convenient for them to
'
assistant, whose office works with potential come," Parrish, said.
99 jurors. Jurors are randomly selected by the
$89910$21 "THERE ARE 70-80 people called a week Alachua Data Processing Center from a roll
for jury duty but only 18 are chosen," North of registered voters provided by the Super.,
said. "They are paid $10 a day and 10 cents a visor of Elections.
LIFE STRIDE MISS AMERICA NINA mile.", '"After their names are drawn, they are sent

.CARBER SANDLER BARE TRAPS But North said many of the people, including questionnaires to find if they have legal
PLUS MANY about twelve students a week, try to exemptions," Parrish said.
OTHERS get out of serving. He said everybody wants to SHE SAID THE only exemptions are
get off"because they've got someplace else togo expectant }mothers: mother with children
." under 18, and special interest groups like it
For those who can't serve on the designatedday dentists, who have lobbied for exemption.
North's office has a procedure where "Physicians are not categorically excused,
their duty can be reassigned up to six weeks but sometimes lobbies are carried on to make
r ahead. special interest groups exempt" Parrish said.
'"The rescheduling process has proved very North said his office can't excuse a person
effective since its implementation about 18 from jury duty, only a judge can do that. He
months ago," North said. added about twelve students try to get ex
a Occasionally North said his office runs into cused every week.
the situation where the student says, "I just NORTH SAID there were rumors
don't want to come." businessmen would take their names off the
., o000 "We then refer them to the administrativejudge voter registration list to 'avoid being called.
of the department," North said. "And if But he said jury duty has never been
they don't show up we issue a warrant for the boycotted by any organization.He .
!sheriff to go get him. He may' be held in added there is no law requiring a
contempt," he added. businessman to pay an employe's salary while
North added that people believe the qualityof he is serving on, a jury.
Gainesville Mall 0h jurors has decreased. He blames this on "But if the man works for the state, he
e
; people avoiding jury duty. would receive his regular salary and turn the
"PEOPLE KEEP CALLING up trying to juror money back to the state," North said.



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'allrun 1211 S.W. 16th Ave . .

'Two regents were also absent from the
gator Ifaus Cin City Plaza meeting.
Although the request to reconsider the Mautz admitted the mandatory enrollment
summer enrollment plan could be discussedat plan was "probably not the answer" to
Fi next weeks regents meeting, no specific boosting summer attendance, but! added he
WEDNESDAY action is expected in the near future. was not sure if the financial incentive, plan
ROBERT MAUTZ, SUS chancellor said would be any better.
the approved program still has a while to go "THE FINANCIAL incentive plan, by
before it is implemented and the ,issue will charging the extra $1 per credit hour during
NIGHT ATALLEN'S probably "simmer for a while." quarters other than summer, places a sub
Mautz pointed to the close'4vote, when', stantial burden on, an already high tuition. C:
the regents passed the mandatory plan as one "I'm surprised one has really opposed
Y} IS reason to expect some change might be likely. that, Mautz said. '



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The trial over a $1.5 million lawsuit three 'Ocala National Forest, where the three were
young campers filed against five officers from living, and found five,grams of marijuana in
BLACK HORSE ALE the Florida Game and Fish Commission and the tent of someone who was acquainted with
.:,: ; three Marion County deputy sheriffs has been the'trio.

." \ postponed until next fall. The suit charges the officers with false
3Ot BOTTLE
Bobby (Klipper Dan Drake and Phyllis
,arrest and a denial of constitutional 1 rights: and
Sherman,a former UF art student claim they
asks for $1.5 million in and
compensatory
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were falsely arrested, fingerprinted,
punitive damages.
Enjoy something new & different, preminum photographed and jailed in 1972 on ,
possession of 'marijuana charges even The trial was originally scheduled tor
brewed for robust character and flavor. though officers searched them and their March, but legal questions brought up at the
belongings and found nothing. pre-trial hearing caused the judge to postponethe
Officers from the game and fish com trial until the,next federal, circuit court
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7t25 5:20 WALDO FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR RENT

t:30 PEPPER Wedding Sands, t Engagement Rings. Mart manual typewriter $30 fluorescent Sublease Avail Juno 1 Hawaiian' Village Room for rent for Summer Quarter.
Traditional or Contemporary designs ol tool lamp $10, keystone InMomotlc opt one bdrm unfurnished $,65 per Completely furnished 55.00 monthly
PG
i your choke. Handmade for Individual Comoro new$15.. call 392-7S77.o-St-. ( mthj Call 371-5905 between 1-5 pm (b- plus ',. utilities Coll 377- 32) otkntet

: who wont the best. Original work by 141-p) 5M43-P) Ginny (b-3M4Q.p) 2:20 4:20

Jon Voight South' leading Artists. Matter Gold white whirlpool refrlg. I c.,.for ole. .less female reomate needed summer 2 big 2 bedroom opts to be sublet for'h. 1TU'iniit "4 i 5115 ItW
.w.
Smith and lepldltt. Unconditional, than 1 yr. old. Can bruce at 3720254. quarter share 2 bedroom apt 82.50 + Viutilltle summer both are furnished A upttolrt woe ts4IOurSVMO 10:06
3:45 In Guarantee. OZ2IC, appointment only. keep trying ben offer. (o-5t-140-p) (June rent free.toll aoytlme 377 near the med center summit home
5:50 373-3894. (C -49I-1 05-p) 8367 (b- t-142-p) colt 37S-36at or 370-3026 (b4M4Q.p)
3 Ton duotherm air cond split system
7:55 1973 Hondo d-100 Good condition. |lust $250 coin firm 466 3109 after 5 pm (o-3t- ROOMATE WANTED FOR 3 Bern house Sublet for summer: 3 bedroom home I N_
Inspected. Silly bar. dependable. $350 144-p) near campul. Own room $103 mo. ALL block behind Norman Hall. Nice yard.
10:00CONRACK" or best offer. Mutt Sell 372-0160 (o-5t- ____ UTILITIES INCLUDED call 373-5741 Nice AC. pets ok. $215. monthly include I-
Minolta'
PG 140-p) camera equipment good ((b-5t-142-p) water, 373-969B (QSt-141-p)_
condition. 101) body $125 102 body $175
Kenwood receiver 22 want per channel 28 mm $90 100 mm $90!50 mm SIO! m. great room! Immediate occupancy) rest PEACE AND QUIETI own room In new
BSR 310x turntobl., 2 uhrollneer 200 5436 (o-lt-144-p) _. of may rent free come by 1204 nw 3rd horn with <<. rural" letting' for summer
3:50 speakers lloyd! portable cassette. player, dress hand ave or call 3731251. Window or fall m'l only. NO lEASE very mellow
beautifully
GONE phones!SOS tracks 70 albums best offer design size 12 reasonable offer greenhouse option and a.c. opt. (b-3l- 376-5766 (b-3t-140-p)
5:50 1 leave for dove 392-7628 (o5t140p no 142-p)
menage refuted 373-8759 after 4:30 (o-5>-142-p) for rent. 2 br-l bath fully furnished
7:50 IN ) Summer Qtr. Room In house 2 Blki. from
>t:50 30' trailer: complete kitchen furn. OPPORTUNITY FOR U OF F EMPLOYEES law School Quiet Rent 75.00 but house location for call the 376-2546 lummer.oik for very dove,good takeover
60 SEC. The Campus Federal Oedlt Union will
sleeps three, air conditioned available Negotiable Furnished. move In June 15. '
rote $180 o month (bSt141.P
tame
June'15 asking $2500 tee to appreciate finance your real estate purchase up to 372-7491 Henry (b-3t-142-p)
20000. let ui show how this con ) _
PG coil 372-0528 you
(o-8t-140-p) subleasing air cond. two bedr claM
benefit you In buying propertiei. Now ii apt Jun. Rent Free) Sublet Hawaiian vll) 2
the time to buy small acreage, waterfront to campus 377-8599 (b-IOt-142-p) bd 2 bath opt. and beat the heat avail

3:40 WANT SUMMER RATES or home. Call today Wayne D. for rent summer quarter a gorgeous June 15. call 377.8295 opt 104 $205 per
Kirk Mown t Co. Realtor'901 NW 8th Ave furnished apartment 'In popular month (b-5t-141-p)
5:40 Douglas
Suite A1. Phone 371- 7&9. (o-4t-142-p) Hawaiian Village at a low discount rate
7:40 call 373-8915 or come to apt 325 (b-5t- 2 bedroom In a 3 bedroom furnlthed
1 I 1 tj1ijIEtLIPHAM telling out at COM everything muM go 142-p) opt for rent for lummer quarter. Fully
':40 "POSSE" refrigerator 25.00 o.c. !50.00 stereo 25 furnished. Morocoibo Manor opt*. $75
crib 2050 oven bed !50 s beds 200 tablet APT.SUMMER: 2 or 3 bedroom carpeted per month call 373-4813. (b-St-HO-p)
5.00 2614 NE 18 let 372-5269 Bargain central oc 1 block from campus $160 per
PG 372-6536 APTS World (a-5t-141.p)_ month 4 ut.htiet., Call 373-8970 (b-5t- apt. to sublet for lummer. furn. oc.
1a. 142-p) extras$ <<).mon. 4 blocks' from campus.
12 x 72 3 bdrm 2 complete baths mobile
377-8664
(b-5t-143-p)
ROOMS: SUMMER Furn oc utilities Incl.
home 1 lot well cellar
on ocre deep (not
complete), utility shed. located I block carpeted maid-linen service I block' Sublet for lummer. 2 BR Summit House
1i5.
MUSIC from schools Newberry. Call 472-2870 from campus some shore kitchen $70 or Apts. Behind Med Center. Call 373-5413 1

between 8:30: 12:30: pm for more Info. $75 per month Coll 373-8970 or come by (b-5t-141-p)
COMPANY 1319 NW 2 Ave (b-5t-142-p)
(o-ff-104-p) FEMALE roommate needed to share

333W. Unwwrahtr Ave Mans golf clubs, cart balls, shoes 12 NEEDED DESPARATELY 1 female room in beautiful poolside Hawaiian VII
'7'01' NOW PLAYING place setting china plus extras for both roommate for Brondywine opt 2 br, 2 apt w-orod students darting June 1. $57.
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT.DsMEiKANCcMr becky 3924)777, 372-2013 (o-5t-141-p) bath 'urn. Sept to Dec. only $75 plus'/ mo. 392-2114 nits 373-4788 (b-5t-141-p)
uitl. call 378-0971 b-7t-139-
(
Sublet for 2 br unfurn June
GUITAR GIBSON J500 CASE EXCELLENT summer opt.
Dragon He IJrl A srA. )
376-4271) after 3:00: (o- t-143-p) ALL RENTS SLASHED) Male roommate JUNE FREEI sublease
L LADIES I > (GENTLEMEN' T L ,
Men'l 26" 10 bike hoi 2 (Special Summer Rates) for summer t keep for fall 2 bdrm 2 7:00
speed new tires
$l 100 to$123 PER MO.
$40 and men'i 27"with book rock..bothIn bath furn. oc. Country Gordeni. $60
Z* good condition Call John 372-2998 All features.units, 2 BR, furnished. with air. Luxury mo. + '. utH. 376-0909 (b-5t-l40-p)

((0-3M43-P) Available for 1 lease through Aug. 31st CUNTTHEBGER Gi11.7
72 17x69' mobile home 3br central air. Prairie View Mobile Village. t ::: a:: y rgllfIiR
Coll evening 3739163. Assume 96.03 378-4411 373-3284 $ :# *

payment or negotiate other terms Setup Available to new tenants only) _.<#t,

In Cottlegote. (o-5t-143-p) 'm::"""".'.....<<. 'if LItWin <.<-w SANCTIONlOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'OOOOOOOOMO'
A Quadraphonic! Film Concert. 1972 12x60 mobile home excel! condo w. ((b-St-116-p) ::it1\ ; <::::S-;.,.:;.;;U.;.? J i.lt71&Vjt.iw'Avt. ; A ,

oc,carp living I bitch Intulot roof to be Female roommate needed for summer ncsecou' 4fi
EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED BY old In oug. call after 5:00: or wfcendt to share bedroom In two bedroom opt atBrondywin. .
UPHAM MUSIC 373-8530 (o-9t-143-p)_ .. $60 mo. + 'V utll oc., pool S 37KB43X
Coll Terrl at 373-5546 (b-3t-144-p) .
SCUBA tank u.l. divert 71.2 cubic ft -' .;...
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aluminum k valve brand new 2 weeks' liberal Rbommatei wonted to rent

old never used $120 call 377-0125 (o-3t-. house 2 blk from campus, furn running 1
143-p)_ water, front porch good neighbors $67
call Neal Bruce 373-9575 after 6
or pmbSt144p
Lei Paul Deluxe $350! or belt offer
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flawlea condition must sect mutt telllt
373-4341 Tim (o-5t-143-p) Rooms to rent very close to UF also will 1 PITCHER OF BUD *1 100
shore nice all convenience nice
cottage
For Sole: Fender Strotocoiter end Cote, 1 1
yard alto need port time help starting
$300 Fender Champ amp $75, Yolrl June 1 Call 373-2087 (b-5t-144-p) 1 'with purchase of any
.CloMkol Guitar and Cote, $300. Call
233 W. Univ. Arc. $. .. 3773013r 378408 (o-5t-143-p) Female. roomole needed for summer to 1 whole pie and this coupon.
there bedroom In two bedroom apt atBronclywln.
1972 hondo 500 4 cylinder excellent' .. $60 mo. + '/. u'il. at, pool. Good Anytime. 1

condo low mileage many extras $1050.! Coll Dole at 373-5546. (b- t-144-p)' OFFER EXPIRES JUNES

or best offer call 373-4850 after 5:30: P.M Ig cool furn I bdrm In quiet complex. 1

(o-5t-143-p) neoi of sublet Jun-Aug$125 mo call( 377-

74 400cc Kowotkl cove Shelmer $900 0253 eve thru tat after 5-31 I 378-9156 day
mileages 5,000 excellent conditionnever or eve (b-4t-144-p)

dropped 373-5042 before 2pm (o4t143p large room for rent near campus for 1 704 W. UNIV. 371JOCKp 1 1s
)_ lummer In luxury trailer one person 65
SKYdive equip. 26' lopo + cons.-$123 couple 100. Call Carl) 376-3499 (b-3l-
23' reserve + cont.-$60 bootv$25 144-p)

helmet-IO olio tennis rocket muM tell Great deal: Mellow person own room in
call Rob 377-8917 (.-..I43-p) 2 br house behind Norman Hall opt to

fokon-ipeclol-531 ig frame wt teotpoitcinalll rent house In foil 75.00 per mono Vt mil
item. tuglno mighty compe avail Jun 1 373-9704 (b-3t-144-p)

crank tot weinmon brkt atom 400 pedolt Sub-lease Country Garden opt Vt June
belrl ban $165 call 373-9502 anytime rent free with option to rent for foil. 1

((0-3M43-P/ ) bedroom furnished dishwasher near

Two Minolta sat-I 01 SIR camera !50 mm med center. 372-6854 373-5050 (b4t.1"p |.

Rokkor-X lenses, 175.00 each: ; 200 mm )
MC 1 lent 80.00 135 mm MC 1 lent, 80.00 one or two mole or female to share 3 br
r "Excellent condition 37o-OH4 ape oc $65 Private room plus share kCF'0'
utilities close 1103 S.W. 2nd Ave. Call
VW bug low
71 no bugs mileage
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372-9749 after 4:00 pm (b-5t-144-p)
I excellent fm-tope stern new Inspection
thy blue, easy loon $1200. toll376.879oSt141p 2 BR apt.AC nice 1105 N.W. 19th In $150
( )_ Furnished Call 372-9749 ofter 4.00 pm,
Sunday 2:30&Jun. (b-5t-144.p)
pioneer ko4000 car am-fm stereo
1 7:30A cassette +.2 (enter coaxial paid $225 Mobile Home, 2 br port furn,, air.
bolt reotoooble offer call Rex at 372.i. Summer discount $125 'Foil $140 i
i.2195 after 5. (o-5t-141-p) Available June 15, Pinehunt lot 26. 373-
0560 (b-4t-144-p)

I FOR RENT
MgfIeINAC nase1rse# il'i.v Rooms'for rent thru Aug. 31. 1 block from
Female Roommate nice big home In'NE Tigert. $80 mo. Includes utilities. 1125)

THE AMERICAN Mdlon. own bedroom large living room SW 4 Ave. 3783309. (b-5t-14Q.p)

den kitchen storage area large fen.cedand Own room for liberal/ rmmate: ln large 3 1 w,
TRIBAL LOVE-ROCK ery pre end very'green yard. bdrm house 3 bib from compui. $67..+
MUSICAL 83.33 plus >1-3 utilities colt 3794260 (beSt 1-3 utll mo. senior or prod student .pref.
-1<<).p) call 3721131. (1I b-5t-l4Q.p)
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.o AJryoVr o don > < 2 both female apt gatortown roommates$48 motor sum shore$61 fall 2 bdr 1.3 sublet available: 3 br 2 both kings creek, opt b2! FURNISHED One Bedroom opt. Air 2 two liberal roomotes for fall
< util.! call 377-8708 after 5.00 now,lease ends 8.31 option' to miles from Santa' Fe JC (145 a month quarter In clamor gordentcall 377-I 159. t
:: I N ttti t t iillh.k' ) pm (b 5t- renew, now or 'then, will negotiate rent avail. June 16 Pinewood Apt. No. 162 ask for Brian, or eric ofter 5:00: keep

Curly P **tiarwt': ,, summer sublet luxurious poolside 2 sublease 377-7805 anytime (b-5t-l40-p) 392-0750 B-5pm (b-3t-43-p! : ) trying (c-St-111-p, ) t$ >

I bdrm opt, furnished, BRANDYWINE 2 bdrm furnished carpeted oc roomote needed sublet Ibdm In 2 bdm liberal Responsible female To shore I// s 1
.l 077.1643xLEWIS I $223. mo. oc, shag etc. call sharon Only 378- apt now 'thru oug (160 negotiable large Opt male or female, own room, close to mobile home mines + of town In quiet $; 1 1n
.260 (b.5\.I.o-p) pool laundry On City' area 373-5192 ext campus Summit House opt. call 378-5663 country jetting S751'\*' util. Available "1 1lye
248 or 378-3433 (b.5t.I 140-p) after 4pm (b-5t-143p: ) June in Coll Brenda 377.2565 (C5M41Pj '-

sublet 2 br.foil opt from June 15 sublet I br garage opt '/i block from look at our rental listings on houses, )
JewelryCompany beginning term; $150 mo. aIr, 3 tigret 105-mo no phone 1212'/i' SW Id mobile hornet,and optt. before you pay Female roommate needed darting fall
blocks from
'ClASS RINGS' live call 378-4407 campus(b-St-141-p; real nice, ) place to Ave afternoons (b-5t-43p! : ) anyone a fee Joel Bridget, realtor 404 quarter at Regency Oaks Will hove own
DIAMONDSWATCH Female to share one bdrm pooltlde opt. SW 4m Ave (b-fr-127-c) room in a 3 br opt. liberal person, would'be
2 conMrv but fun roommates to shore preferred Call 377-34521 c-5t-
for tummer.82.50 plus Vt utilities male now (
optionto quiet roommate wanted' now and
REPAIRS Ig mstr bdrm'. priv bath in lux. 3 bdrm 141-p) .
for
fall
rent landmark opts. call 378- for fall. 2 br apt summit, house K2
200 W.University Ave opt for! summer call( 373.9908 for details 7178 (b.31.I.JM'.Jtur. :. ) (49.75-month and '/. utilities call Mickey Compatible roommate needed Mailing
372.4106 (b-5t-141-p) .,clean,quiet female for summer. or Pave 378-7676 In evenings (St-140-- fall quart to share 1 bdrm,2 both with, 2
For rent 2 bdrm one both oc carpet Dith- Own room in house (55.0 a mo plus 1-3 READ other, girl for only(60 o man.at country
planning aw.ddlngr washer beginning June frat, call 377- utilities.' Call 378-7742 6:00-8:00: : pm THIS manor opt. Please call Jill or Jocelyn '' .. .. .. .. .
8582 $180 Moving anytime between Nov t Sept. 1<'1 ) ,1 1.' :
month
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per b-St-UI-p) ONLY. Ask for Betty (b-2t-143-p: ) anytime (c-5t-141-p) (
let ut rent your house or opt. at no cost. [
ns 373-0923 JUNE RENT FREE Sublet 2 bdrm opt 3 bedroom luxury apt available (June 15. United Real Estate Assoc Inc. Broker 2 roomatet to shore 3 bedroom house
TheeddingPhotogrwphe FRENCH QUARTER I IVt bath central oc, furnished pool, dishwasher, ac, country '377-6992 (b-fr-143-p: ) close lo campus rent' it 65.00 per mon..+ t Ii
no dogs move 6-15 call 378-4306 after village (273 per month Includes water summer 1.3 of util,) call 373-0924 Mike, availablenow i Jancna
tleon liberal female
roommate
2 30 for Info. '
: (b-5t-Ul.p) got call 377-8834 (b-5t-143-p) quarter own room 75 month, 4Vfc through Aug (c.5t.UI.p)
MC 1Aa LONER Trailer for r.nt, 2bdrm, loath and '/* need 2-3 people to sublet opt. for utilities 4 blocks from campus call 377- female roommate (t) wanted for Sept 2 ( J
located at Caitlegaie.' Call 373-6353 summer furnished oc, 3 bib behind 1879. Ask for Penny )b-3l-43-p! : ) br duplex unfurn ac dishwasher own
ofter 4pm (b-10t-143-p: )_ norm on. Vi (June rent (150 (jul-aug + util (.uxorious 2 bedroom 2 bath apt. to room 92.50 50 dep share 50$ 25 dep SUMMER RATE
--rr--rrr..ba.r.R call 392-8618 I or 392-8621. hurryl) (b-4t- sublet June lit Tennis courts, pool 2V4 ml from UF call 377.7:>>7 ofter 5 pm .
rrrrrrra I U3-p) basketball 5 min. from camput. Will (C-3M42-P I ) A7f' | Pr person

FREE ELECTRONIC sublet one bedroom townhouse close to lower rent for summer. Call 376-0093 Female roommate wonted summer VIU. pt>.month
I ENGINE I Ij campus available (June 1 135 per month onytime (b-4t-143-p: ) quarter Brondywme Aptt, comfortable,
378-4467 all conveniencei. 2 bdr. 2 both (67.95mo tiF
(b-4t-l43-p" ) ;
Sublet(June 1 15-aug. 31 I bdrm apt.,turn
j ANALYSIS WITHEACH I neat and clean female roomote needed oc,quiet lots of trees,Come by. 4401 sw + ',. utilltiet Call 379-8293 (c-'"- .Color TV in every opt.

TUNE-UP r I summer quarter own room in spacioustwo 13st !Redwood opt No.M$125 mo,optionfor U2-p) ,Furnished)
Mary house In the NE section call fall (b-3t-l43-p: ) Male roommate, own bdr and bath In 2
HO N. MAIN ST. PHONE J7J-SJ47 I bdr, 2 bath ,' furnished. Individual' bedrooms
evening 3778093. (b-4t-143-p" : ) SUMMER SUBLET; July 1 1 br. furnished apt. oc pool fully
-r----------r----r r r-r r r r--J I bdrm opt to sublet available June 15 close to med center i campus. summit (80 month. June I-Sept I 1.372-1863 (c-St- eGos Grills
(145 per mo. frederick garden opts house asp.-$153 call 373..,., (b-4t-143- 142-p) __ j .Pool
Option'to pick up fall lease Call 377..a73 Pj) One female roomote tep-un| lux. I
New in Gainesville or Apt manager (b-4t-143-p: ) 1 or w female roomote wonted for Windmeodowt Apptt,somewhat serious
student call Jenny 376-5099(c-5M42-p) I only 2 blocks to campus
furnished
spacious, trailer for summer summer and or fall quarter summit
rent' o-c,.dishwasher, carpet bike, '0compu. house opts near med center furnish call SUMMER SUBLET: June rent free, movein
gQ uiAcytcano'QStauhaht .. (90 per.mo. + uitl. 376-1295 Connie 377-8408 after 4.' (b- -143-p: ) June 10. Two bedroom opt, AC DW, NOW loosing for fall
(b-St-143-p: ) Avail/Fall shag pool large walled In patio pet
ok. call 372-9803 after 7. .
(c-3M42-p)
2F roommates wanted Hawiian Village 3 bdr home.Hot o Poolll l l In SW near 914 SW 8th Ave. 378-7224!
REAL MEXICAN Apt No. 451. call 378-0475 for In- sorority row Avail July. 377-6992,
formation (b-5t-143-p: )

sublet 2br townhouse Hawaiian village 3 bdr home > Brand new listing!! NW
FOO'D'Village unfurnished, 2 bath cool 3721093. ,(b- area HWVKRSITY{ ITY: TRAVKlJ:
IOt-143-p) Bike, to UF. Avail August. 377-6992 La :

it APTS SUMMER 4 bdr home SW area. Short bike ride to "MTn K.PI."NE.SIIIP T J.
Square V. blk'lout, 1+2Us, lease avlb into fall,
UF
cent' air, shag, newettclose to of Low rent. Avail July. 3774992 $23 W. University Ave.

24O9 SW 13th :St.. 377-5151 graduate b-1'Ot-t opts 1241 1 tw 4 ave, 378-1814 Gainesville ,Ha. 32601
( 36-p) 2 bdr (75 Country. home In NW, SW
June rent free-furn I bdr. apt. sublet direction '
available (June 15 till sep with fall Save (((. Avail Now!I 377-6992
option ac.dishwasher (180 a month ph.
THE INDEPENDENT 376.4738 ofter 5 brandywlne (b-It-Iq- (80 month Cabin on lake No Utility. 377.4226'o
f PI)_ bill.
sublease till dec. apt 3261 loBonne Via .
FLORIDA ALLIGATOR United!Real Estate Assoc:Inc.Broker
unfurnished summer 150. month 200
113 NE 16th Ave 377.6992bfr443t
tept till dec. 2 bdr2bath call 373-4411 or '
466-3224 available till June III. (b2tI43H9) ( )
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NEEDS : )
bedroom-living room and large kitchen
efficiency apt 2 Mock from campus 103
tw 12 .I. Apt. 3 Available June IS orearlier RILL,DISPLAY OF
ChickenIs 110mo. call( 377-4786 *b-4t-
Charlie's. 143-p) NATURAL PLANTERS ,PLANTS,.
.COpy EDITORS delivering AND GREENHOUSES.: ..
WANTED WITH HANGING BASKETS

c wonted: Female roommate to sublet AT S3 AND S4
room In large 3 bdrm, 2 bath apartment
for summer. AC dishwasher, 3525 S.W. ARCHER RD.
pool tennis court, pet allowed.
$65.00 o month plus V. utilities Sue or
: NOW. Joan 376-0566 -
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'1.2.or 3 people lo sublet country vlllag One quiet considerate 'female to toke DRAMBOUI-recycled antique clothing. lSAT PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. *"> CLASS RINGS NOW
opt for summer own Ig room o-c, turn over room 'In 4 bedroom opt at The Place women' children's mr>'*. cool sun. hour, $70. Half of our students scored
pool low utilities, rent negotiable, call Apt tO.00 pr month (for summer) dresses, gown, denim gaberdine, over 600. Course repeatable free 70 pt
Guaranty FederalTHE 373-2670: or 377-O42 (c-3M43-p' ) contact Wend at 376-4181' (c-lt-144-p, ) genvln cotton recycled (leona $5 improvement by the second try or your
located at 17 nw .17th *t acres from money bock. Attend first clots free no
TO SAVE. June'" heel Fmol roommat) for ENJOY LIVING THIS SUMMER Male < i AU
SECT PLACE office dromboulI9M obligation. Coll ((305)) 8547466. (m8T99 -
univ. tto. post upstairs
2 bedroom furnished Summit House student needed for opt living. own .
Near Shandt-VA. Availoblo 'June 13 bedroom.Country Village Aptt. call 378- (I 43-p) P) 81 .IINGS

rMonabl coil Connie 373c51, ( 9682 Cheap) (c.3t-144-p' )_ GUARANTEED All month parking $15.00 BINDING Unique service thesis, book J cuAwnHD

''Up) male grad,student needs plot to toy summer qtr. $40.00 at Gator Park or journals, personal names, colt ENGLISH .r
for spt,2 students need female rmmoto foil quarter only. Prefer own room. Coll you can park all day for .30.: Next to BINDERY for.free estimates 373-8 SUPER BIKES Int. (or 2 if wont to share room)to live In 3 br 377-4806 evenings: (c-3M44-p' )_ Krystol or on 13 St (-Bl-l44-p| ) 377-6260 (m 25t-'126-p) ilatcher'sJewelers

house behind Norman. K2. for rm. 373- Female Needed to toke over summer "Th* day it approaching when all ty. let MS wash dry and fold your laundry for
PARTS3776WSERVICE3770722 l 5092 373-W8: (c-at-143-p' ) 1 lease Hoc Apt 50.00 deposit $69.00 0 peoples of the world will hove adopted .23 Ib "if you mention this od Norg
looking for roomot Stating foil qtf.On month coil 377-8329 dinner time (eJtFemale one universal language and one laundry and Dry Cleaners 2108 SW 13th
City area or homo or opt clot to l 44-p t common script. When this I Is achieved St. (m-lft.U2-p. ) t L Unto. Ave 37411'wvvvvvvwvvWvWW

Campus Eva 373-4516' after 5 (c-3t-43-! Roommate,Entir Summer$160 to whatsoever city a man may journey Horses Boarded-2 dressage rings-lumps-
) shall be os If he were entering his own large cool Molls-very close to wildlife
to shore 2 bdrm. 2 both opt .In Bron-
Plwonted home" Boho't Writings (QiM44-p I ) and 481*
qult-$50mo.
preterve-frlendly
: I roomat to share 3 br opt for dywIne with 2 other girls no 1 lease, near
summer quarter-own room wosh-dryer.dishwosh ,. compos, lynn 392.9395 (c.51.'Up) let us wash dry ond fold your laundry for 2026 much more (m-20t-143-p)

.central air Spool,tennis bus roommate wonted summer only. 2 .23 Ib If you mention this od. Norge HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
to school,coll 371-OS10now (c-3t-143-p. ) bib from UF. Very nice,oc parking own Laundry and Dry Cleaner 2108 SW 13th BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL

Responsible female seeking 1-2 br rm. $59 mo. h util,water toe,furn carpet St (I-10M42-P) ABIIITY-STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETIC @OO @
10AM- 6PM house or traitor to keep good car of tn .6-5or' tooner coil 37-4516 If you are pregnant and you need help. LEARN FROM A PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL
exchange for reasonable rent. Shady lot .or B fyt) at 392.9114 (cOlhrat ) we cor*. Call birthright 377494724r(| Donald G. Pratt Director 373-3059 (m-"-

7 DAYS A WEEK ocr... 3764771' or 468-1702' (c-5t- GRADUATING EARLY Need one '128-pj) ___ 143-p_ ) ; -

3441 S.W. ARCHER R.D.Gainesville's .. 143*) 'roommate foil quarter only. Hove own Joyce From Coos D, your the Queen of. typing IBM Correcting Selectric II toll NEW b USfD
Mary 372-1728 otter 4. (m-ot-143-p' )
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may and jun rent freel Available now). room in Country Manor $100 per month my Heart camper from here and thereto ( tewMJM'i 0I'LOADIHa -

F roommate own room o-< $72.00 mo. + plus utilities 373-4830 (c-St-140-p) now and whenever (-2t-l43-p| ) ID. PHOTOS t. .COIoIPOHIN"IU' ...... 1
1-3 utilities pref senior or grod student. roomat wanted for summer qtr. In 2 KARATE LESSONS passports, resumes, and application --..-.., -
die 373-7167. (c-4t-143-p, ) bdr. I I44 bath townhouse Olin the plnt. Small Glosses $25 man natural tytle portrait. 377-0797 camera -IILL-'IADI II'A.I.

Largest indoor Two female wonted to shore 1 of 2 private bdr. $105 mo + H util. call 1215' NW 5th Ave (off 13th St) Man per thru work studio '1219 W. Univ. Ave. (m-201-.
bedrooms at summit house near dennis or dove 373-7777 (c-5t-la'-p') Sot even, 7to9 37871312oM08p(| ) 91-p' ')
1466-3340 _
Flea Market hand; pool. from 615.' $60+utilities Mature female roomot wonted SUm. SAMMIE OF LONDON Have a hairstyle TYPING EDITING Theses, Dinerrations. : M ICA riun. '
Sheila 392-9601' Linda 378-3022 (c-4t- Term Papers. experienced typist IIC'-. IM.&I
3 bib from
qtr. own room oc campus to suit your personality 377-2643 0._. .
143-p) $M. mnth + 'A utilities.' Colt gall at :373- 716. W. University Ave (l-fr| -.140-c) ma In english ibm selctrlc phone
Mole or Female roomat wonted 6337 (c-St-141-p' ) :3/8-054 (m-20l-107-p)
Luxurious Picodilly apt, completely Wedding) Invitation from $11.40 per
furnished own bedroom no deposits. HELP WANTEDWonted '100. Two weeks delivery. Hundreds of,
377.7849 summer only oak for pool (c- style Cliff Hall Printing 1 1103 N, Main
St-143-p) : staff for ymco camp McConnell 376-9951 (l-fr-105-c' ) .
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Micanopy Flo. resident compo Aquatics ..-r Q#""
'a.(( ROOMMATE-OWN ROOM In attractive director (WSI), Counselor. Horseback: LOST FOUND 01 t 'PbWIf
mobile home. $50 per mo. plus 'Vi" Instructors male and female" call A 6-
utilities. ph 378-9278, keep "trying (c-5t- 3587 (e-5t-143-p' ) found:' on W. Univ. A.ve. near 28th St. Young K per '...0'et)
143-p' ) ft\ -ne omen
Mary Kay Cosmetic i II looking for otftractive :'emol*Irish setter with cope tags 376-4446-
roomate own room In 3 bdrm house 2 girl to teach akin care and hat IiYotmo Beit' Full Wu4fLu

blocks from campus $60 mo + ,1-3 util. ,com beauty consultant Full-time ,, j Pus sine h IwcbltvNttl8sio4 :
partially furnished coil 3784874 (c-S- and needed.Informational thtla
port-tim '> Found at Sunday Concert three weeks "
'4Ptroommot. meeting Wednesday May 28 at 7;00 PM, old female puppy. Sine she II I trroltOd
HIRES MORE wonted for fall quarter own Rettl Union room 349. Tremendouscareer separated from her mother the needs a uFtry e..\

j' TO SEE WITHto" room behind normon In spacious opt. opportunity. (*-3t-l42-p' ') substitute to nun from Coil Theresa .
pleas toll lore at 373-5092 or debbie at waiter. wanted port time 1 12 noon to 3 pm any time '378-7872 (l-5t-l43-nc) 1s iwn
373-9698 (c-5t-143-p) six day a week off Sunday Apply In 7
CABLE TV lost In Cm City Area, large golden i
2 female roommates needed for 2bdrn- person only Sondwlch Inn 110 N.E. 16 brown mole dog with no toll or collar.
2bom at COUNTRY VILLAGE Avail. June Avenue (e-fr-142-p') Please toll Nancy 372-6815 buss. 392-
""'t'.M '15 Option for fall Furor" Coll Nancy 392- 4031
photographer seeks female cast follow
7748 (c-5t-143-p' )
8 TV Channel A weitntr 'Illinois. fairs July till sept camping, Found set of key near Lillian on SE 1st
New York HOME NEEDED for fall bike to campus outdoor cooking live music nice people 'St. toll 376-7531 identify. (Mt-141-nc. )
channel UPI News. to
mellow people, low rent ....",10'. I'm interesting fun summer Joy 377-7008
Stock Exchange,2 PM stations on .
TV Channels and 1 FM and 4 AM quiet sloppy and bitchy call Kende. SERVICESHORSES
port time positions neat ,
ofter 8 376-9990 (c-51.143-p) appearance !
stations on the FM band. night work three to four days per week BOARDED:, little Prairie Ranch!
3 girl looking for one more to shar 2-br apply palm Ion 2606 waldo rd stall best feed I
UNIVERSITY( CITY apt sept.to June,studious but fun-loving ne ( informal friendly roomy ANY SLICE
CO. INC 5t-143-p)_ t core. 6 mi a of uf $75 mo. 376-4719.
TELEVISION CABLE $62 + / Mil. toll 377-5507 or 378-2201',
keep (Im.5tI4Op1C.ROW )
522 N.MAIN ST. (cJt-'143p)' AUTOSSTEAL trying
GILLS Scuba Class Marts summer
AND A BEER
$25 to the person who help us 'find the .
place we rent. Couple looking for 1 or 2 THESE HONDA 75071.recent wk. quarter. oil equipment provided Including
$1095 Z.28 Restored value mask 'fins, snorkel wetsuit tank..egulatOf' ,
((1969)) $2000
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r bedrm house duplex or opt (not In with
'' distance $600 alpine IV + V MG A, B ports + all air BC international coupon
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complex) walking to
campus. misc' 377-4577 (g-p-2t-144-p, ) certification, by PAD!. textbook Our Good
175 top. 377-0546 ofter 5. (e-e-1130. ) I $1
\J an-c-ba' 1971' Mach I mustang;; bright red new price $45 advanced registration'
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1 JUNE RENT FREE person needed to automatic V-8 351, excellent condo air before.the end of spring quarter $35 coil ,I Anytime I
sublet 2 bdrm opt In The Pines luxury needs repair $1950 or best. offer 378- Scuba Dynamics Exotic Sports for further" Offer expires June,, 1unAQOn I
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living call after 3:30: 377-7488 for more 9497 (a-144-p,. ) info 377.8096 (m-'2t-IAO-pJ) :
info (c-IOt-138-p' ) I
FIELD ROCKS Great /for 'I II
72 Olds Delta 88 2 dr wit w'bl! masonry Delivery
Royal: hr
Female Roommate to shore Master Bdrm in G'ville, $40 outside of G'ville $ 0. Call @ I
SUMMER RATE in 2 Bdrm 2 Both beautiful Apt For steel vinyl' top. pull excellent power oc. am-fm new .472-2103. Soy you read it in The I I. lies W. UNIVllSItY\\!) I
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and next $80 + '1-3 condition $2,500 ---r.----r.r r.----
summer or year. mo. Alligatorl! (m-3M41-p) -----------
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per person util, 392.9395 Lynn (c-5t-140-p) (Q-7t-140-p) WIRED
$70 FOR SIGHT
y per month available now own room In poolside We buy good clean used cor. MILLER "Th Eyeglass Super Mart"
opt. 'for summer. $65.00 a month or BROWN MOTORS- 4222 NW 13 St. (g-16t-' UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS
5 share room for$40.00 no lease. come by '136-c) 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 LEONARDO'SPIZZA"

eColor TV In every apt. ofter 3:30: landmark No. 49 (c-St-140-p! ) '1968 VW 8ug-needs some work $200 (m-SO-53-c)

ervmished Your own room 1, 2, or 3 people for Coil 373-5939keep( trying) (g-2t-((43-p) GRE PREPARATION COURSE near U.F. 18 ,

elndivlduol) ) bedrooms summer. house garden woodshop 69 VW good condition must tell hours, $35; course repeatable free. THE SLICE
eGos Grills'.Pool yard- one ofg'vlllefinest rent only graduating $725.00 or best offer call Scar 1000 by the second: "try or your ,
$<<)-$.50 Chris or Steve 373-6514. (c5t140p -
per Tom at 377-7727. (g-4l-143-p, ) money bock. Call ((305)) 854-7466. (J-8T- '
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74 Pinto Runabout like low'
Female roommate wonted to shore two new
2 'bedroom apartment in Tallahassee" next mileage, $2450 negotiable Becky days keypunching, in my home Fast accurate.
\ only Mocks to cempvs j fall. Call Susan at 37 -1025. $100 a 392-0777 nights 3722013 (g-5t-l4l-p'). One day service in most cases. Coil 472- DAILY SPECIALS '

month for your own room (5l-14l-p\ ) 2060 (locallm)_ .20t.'137-p') _
NOW leasing for fall PERSONAL
Female roommates wonted summer MON Mushroom :,
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!Ride" a horse at TALL OAKS STABLE $3.00
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to shore 2 bdr. Summit House Apt. near per.
914 SW 8th Ave. 378-7224 Med center., $64 mo + 1-3 util. :373-5600 manently. Call Edmund Dwyer .. an hour miles of trails also boarding' #15-
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lc-5M33-p) electrologist over 20 years experience Pepp'eroniWED
Call 372.8039 (II-fr.07-c)
Uubat'losses darting All scuba
New Arrivals White :Stag Speedo'bathing equipment provided sales' service, Mushroom
suits Safari shorts ( pants trips,, umols'air.. Tom Allen (co-host
Bookpocks Join the Jnlv. of Flo.. hiking Wild Kingdom on TV) Allen's Aquatic THURS Pepperoni
SUMMER CAMPJOBS club. Allen's Aquatic 1 trail Center 3448 Irai) Center., 3448 W. Un,.. Ave 373-9233mfi126c
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of Johnny-come-Iately Bruce Baker is an interesting sidelight college in basketball.My high school 16)w.
nonetheless. that my future lay in baseball, that
Although he's been pitching for just a few years,the fresh beginning there. But .I'm still going to
man righthander' completely out-classed his pitching basketball."
teammates this season, compiling a 7.1 record and a 1.51 BAKER NOT ONLY had to
ERA compared to his mates', combined 5.32 mark. experience this'season, but also a
"I STARTED PITCHING in high school; I had been a which kept him out of action for '
catcher the last ," Baker said. "Most of
eight years my time exhibition season.But come January,
was just spent learning,and I never really came around until again and the result was a surprising
the last half of my senior season." surprising to everyone except Baker,
Baker's credentials become even more surprising when one :"At the beginning of the season:I U.Y'nyt .
considers that his first love is not baseball, but basketball.The prised, but 1 saw other pitchers from
lanky 6-foot-4 blonde played guard on his St.' Louis didn't impress me that much," Baker .,
basketball team, and he came to Gainesville with the intention realize how much .I'd improved.Now I
of joining the junior varsity roundballers.Just as any college pitcher in baseball if I
one problem: UF doesn't field a junior varsity team. "I've. had a lot of breaks this season I
"THEN SOMEONE sent some clippings down here on my easy wins later on. Of course, my
baseball to give Coach Iota an idea of my total athletic ability, innings all complete'games..Also, the
and Coach Fuller saw them and came down to see me,"Baker they were going to start but 1 never
said."I was told to go to junior college up north,but I'm glad see action.It kind of puts pressure on Photo by Bob Wool I
I didn't. Coach Fuller l gave me a chance to pitch: and
everything turned out all right." (See 'Baker,' page RIGHTHANDER BRUCE BAKER IN MOTION I
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reputation of being a power pitcher. going to have to improve an awful lot, but considering the surprise a lot of people, but we're young and we're going to
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Carnegie prFogram now dea -" By JANET PARK Algator Staff Writer 1hw crovs c.uItural student exchange program between UF and Florida A&M University IFAMU) has been discontinued for lack of supper.flhe program sends UF students to FAMU and FAMU students to UF during the spring quarter. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR of the Carnegie Program. Marvin L Grant. said the program 'Imply did not draw enough students and therefore was terminated. -This spring qdarer only one UF student intl Th 1AMIl P tudcnts are participating in he program Ig he program c u p '. h I-A M our ye r; students to participate in the program. GRANT ESTIMATED, however, only about 25 to 30 FAMU students have participated in the program each year. T'he average number of UF students participating is impossible to determine; about 25 have parnicipated each year except this year. when only one student joined the program. "Neither school got the number we were geared for." Grant saud. WHILE STUDENTS ARE cnrollcd mn the program, the Carnrgit Foundation pays bor 'hr dilferene hwrn hat tudenhas wuly pay at the school they attend while on the program. tutors are also Ibndcd by the program if 'tudents arc having a problem with any particular county. "The idea was not to create any financial hardship." Grant said. GRANT ESTIMATED the program funds (See 'Carnegie,' page three) The Independent Florida Algtr hihed by (cinpus Comnmunhcalnofs Inc. Goineen,II Florda Not oflly osaeootd w*iI h Univarniy of Florda WEDNESDAY ,YIY 8,97 ITo boost summer enrollment York pushes financial incentive plan y STUANTEmumRI Agghi StWitr Although rejected once by the Doard of Regents. the so-called "financial Incentive" program to Increase sumnwnr enrollments in the state unIversItIes isn't dead yet. E.T. York. chaaclco-deslgpate of the State University System (SUS), is trying to revive It and has asked for help from the university presidents. YORK'TOLD the Council of Prnsldests in Tallahassee Tuesday he was going to ask the regents to reconsider the propowed p-a to boost slimmer enrollment and said he wanted them to develop accompanying measures to 1gme atdmits Into sumacr achel. At the last regent meeting the regents rejected the hnancdl Iiethtie plan and pesed a mandatory summer attendance requirement for SUS students. TEhe mandatory plan requires anl loser divsoun students entering the state uniterskties after Septanber. 1976, to take at least 25 hours of their program during the summer. BW 'T'E matr andance plan is opposed by the presidents, including UF ftesiduat Robert O. Marsion. York and state Commissioner of Education Ralph .urligton They have instead endorsed the proposal to lower the summer tuition rates by $3 per credIt hour and raise by St per credit hour the tuition of the other three quarters. Under the financial Incentive plan. a student taking IS hours all four quarters would save $30. WUTA ITUJDETwho opted not to attend summer quarter would be forced to pay 545 more than the regular cost of going to school. The "financial incentive" program was criticized by sonic of the regents as being dIscriminatory in favo, of rich students, who could afford to pay the financial burden of not going to sarner school. and would not really increase summer enrollments significantly. But York and the presidents still say they are opposed to forcing students to attend school during any quarters and suggest an alternative plan should he adopted. TO0 PREPARE defense for their case. York told the presidents to compile their suggestions of how to increase enrollment and send them to him. Jh. Robinson. president of the University of West florida, has suggested lower dormitory rates during the summer and waiving theliSapplication fee for freshmen who want to entoil summer quarter. (See 'York,. page eleven) E.t. YORlK .will ask aegentu to meconulder FALL QUARTER Budget cutbacks won 't affect course offerings or class size .ond twro stdn tying to get iroogh DEBRAN ONES AM iw Si Wdiar Despite widespread publicity. UF classes are not more crowded than they were two years ago. according to offiia UF planning studies. Norm fbith number of course of feringp declining. In fact, a comparkson of county schedules shows about 150 more sec.tic., are fekS fur neat fill than were offered a year ago,. "fE HAVE 1EN working under (UP President Robert 0.) Mantn's enrollment flaki (which wili hold enrollment to present leneS, sc an our plsaning has been to Implenient a steady isaa" in offerings, 1SF Dean of Admissions and Regstrar Richard Whiehmad said Tuesday. Ee though individual UF departments have suffered frus budget cutbacks this year. a comparison of student-todss radios -ve the last two years Indicate the atrage number ofsudents in each classnom has remained the sane. I. fal., 19731 the UP division of planning and analysis .unpsed that dlasmsenos averaged abcst 63 per cent of capacity while In use.ThAT FIGURE REMAINED constant through the l0 per tent enrollment surge fall quarter, 1974, and the budget cuts made last winter. UP space analyst James Zowarka said the student-toclassroom ratios stayed Stable because 1F sImply opened up cdasnroos more of the time for the Increased student population. The planniqg tudes summnarize university-wide figures, so unusually crowded classrooms are balanced by nwa-empty A COPRSNOF courses offered fall quarter. 2974 and fill quarter. 2973, shows a slight mnrase in both courses and sections. Last ypar, about 5,MD sections we lacduded in the fall course schedule. This year, the schedule listed about 5,150 seaos Coin.e offidupIgs a dozen selected departments also showed a slight Increase over last yeS. The departments of physical sciences, art, chemistry, eonomics, electrical engineering. English, history. mathematics, philosophy, physics, psychology and speech offered a combined 655 courses fall quarter, 2974. For next fill quarter. the doen departments are offering 670 courses, a Iwo per cent incease. L.

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Pge.2, lb.Indep.den* Rddo Mus.,, Wednn~d.vy, Ma 269S Ford raps Congress: ups oil WASHINGION IUP'I) -Charging "Congress did nothing" to reduce energy use,. President Ford Tuesday ordered a II pet barrel hike in the oil import tariti that will raise Masoline prices at the pump a penny and a halt a gallon In addition, Ford said he would soon submit to Congress a plan to gradually remove price controls from oil produced in the U.S., an action that would add yet another nickel to the cost of gasoline within two years. "The Congress cannot drift, dawdle and debate forever with America's future." Ford 'aid in a nationwide television address. "I will not stand here idly while the United States of American runs out of gas." As part ol his tariff increase. Ford alto imposed a 60 cent per barrel fee on imported refined petroleum products. This fee. the first ordered Mor refined products. would hit gasoline in summer and east coast heating oil in winter. Figures released by the White House iii connection with Ford's speech showed that imiposition ol the ncw iarilt -which iakes elect June I and raises the total import levy 10 12 per barrel -would cut oil imports by 5.0 harrels per day this year. The total ariff was expected to cut imports by 350000 barrels per day by 1977. Ford had twice postponed imposition of second dollar of the tariff, waiting icr Congress to pass energy-saving laws of its own. His 'peech strongly criticized Congress lbr tailing to act beibre leaving on a 10-day Memorial Day recess. The President detailed the history of his own energy conservation efforts, starting with his request to Congress in January to enact an "urgent 10-year program for energy independence within 9O days -hat is, by midApril." Ford started the conservation program with a unilateral order imposing the first SI import tariff Feb. 2 and proposing it be raised to 12 on March I and to 13 AprIl 2. 'Now. what did the Congress do In February abouw cncrg)?" Fortl askcd "Congre"s did nothing "What did Congrevs do in March and April about energy'" Ford asked. "Congress did nothing. "Nothing. that is .except rush through legislation suspending tbr 90 days my authority to impose any (additional) import lees on foreign oil. Congress needed time, they 'aid.' Ford vetoed the restriction on his power to impose import tees. But he said he was persuaded to postpoune increasing the fee sbove SI for 60 days after House and Senate Democratic leaders visited him to present a "pamphlet outlining energy goals similar to mine" and asking for time to enact the plati. Ford recalled his agreement at the end of April to postpone the tariff hike for another month because the House Ways and Means Committee and other Congreusiocal panels were making 'diligent" efforts to achieve an energy bill. Class of '75 faces (UPI) -Job prospects for the college dlass of 1975 are down IS per cent from last year. the College Placement Council reported Tuesday. Despite the pessimistic outlook, top students, minorities and women still have a strong competitive position in this spring's job hunt, the placement council said. Last November. the council surveyed employers and forecast only a 4 pm cent drop in hiring. The latest report. bhued on actual job placement at year's end and expected hirings, shows a much worsened situation. The council linked this to a worsening of the national economy since Nonnsbea. "Judging finm their comments, anployers do not expect appreciable impmoemeat in hiring until possibly next spring." dhe council reported. fewer lobs "Many said there is little necessity to do much recruiting because of an available supply of experienced individuals and reent college graduates, coupled with reduced turnover and K n el noth t b d mteral e-aloctio personnel. "Despite all them factors and the poor economic climate.,il top students, minorities and women in high demand en. disciplines arc expected to continue in a strong competitive l~SW iI um p again position." the council report said. The placement council, based in Bethlehem. Pa. keeps tabs on the job situation by surveying members -college placement offices and the nation's major employers, in. cludiug goverusait. The severity of this year's IS per cent drop isn't as bad as the 27 per cent define for the 1970-71 graduation season. Holiday accidents claim Nearly half -s many persons drowned during the Nfanodal Day holiday adied in traffic accidents. A final count by United Pr.s Internaticeal showed 425 parwns died is traffc and 203 drowned during the three-day weekend. The toil -n the uin's highways hil In the lower raspe of the National Safety Coudcl's estimate that between 40W and 500 perses would he kIldS I. traffic wide but was abc,'. last year's Maerial Day traffic toll of i92. 708 Fifteas parsns were killed in plane accidents and 65 died mother typesof accddftl for an overall totalof 706. Callfornla, where mifllons of persons swarmed onto breads aud big jamm developed oe freewaps. led dhe nation In both key columns on dhe fatality lists. It .tpsxted 50 traffic deaths and 21 drownIngs-. Oilher State with heavy trnie tolls included Texas 29. Ohio 27. Michyga 23. FlorIda and Net York 20 eadh, Indiana B8 and tlinals 16. LONDON (UPI) -Stuatmas Evel Knievel changed his mind Tuesday and said he will jump againKnlevel. 35. cancelled his brief retirementt" in a statement issued ftum a London liepital where he I, recovering from a crushed vertebra, a broken right baud and a linear fracture ci the left pelvis. saying simply. "I will jump again." The American daredevil had announced hewns quitting just after he was injured Menday In -n attempt to jump his motoreyde 40 fiaS over 43 usgle-deck baa.s parked side by side in Wembly stadium. He made its Ii and crashed into the 13th. "After the jump I was busted up petty bad and in a lot pain and I said I would retire. Kulevel said in his in. retirement statement. "But again that would be letting ai lof -epl down." The motorcycle created at neatly IN miles pmr hour aad Knievel lay mOtIOCleWs -n de twtf kim face bMachoned and hik brightly colored ctume in turedt. Th. l i cmbed to hia haet and told 70*0 duemrlug spetamr oer the pbhk address sysaen: -"I-got to tail yo dhI mu~ Semipg in Sedi who will -e me jump. I wU asve j p I' lB GIAPUN REVUE aadutimdthru vuhdy a arts mritts., direted and sansd by Chutie CMapls WID., MA T 26-7Sfl:O3 INS MLOOS AUO., -' -"IfTZ UMION "it' ARTFUL OF DOLLARS Eouiwood plays a man with no name and no friends In a movie that combines the best of recent trends in adventure entwlolnrnent with the mystery-motIvatIon of psychological drama. ThURS. MAY 2N -7:3; f:U li RUSH AUO. REfT7 UMu 25' I 'I? I 6 .a t. I A b A. '1$ -em fuy% SoEt auid euiey Al' bna*"""y J.m n m Swn wednes 4saam U~er i. njg

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Th. frdependen* MorM. AJIgotor. W.4n.day, May 21, 195, P.e. S Women faculty pay to be studied Dy JANET PARK Afllga. Sia Wra., The State University System will take a close look this year at the salaries of the women faculty it employs. 'The salary study was proposed by a Florida House of RepresentatIves subcommittee studying a bill requesting S97.0 to raise women's salaries to the level of mat'a. AFTER SUDCOMMdITTEE hearinms, the provision for the S970,UO0 was deleted and the requirement for the study was substituted. The study rmulti are due in Commissioner ot Education Ralph Turlington's office by April 15. 1Q76. The salary equity bill was tiled by Rep. Sidney Martin. D-Hawthorne. The dollar amount was computed on the average salaries of men and women at the nine state o niversit Its. TURINGTON DIRECTED the Bonrd of Regents to conduct the study, although no guidelines have yet been specified. After the study is completed and the results presented lo the legislature naxt year. an appropriation will be granted hesed -n the amount necessary to equalize salaries. Association for Women Faculty President Felicity Trueblood praised the local legislative delegation. Reps. Martin and Bill Andrews, D-Gainesville, for their attention to the bill. ANDREWS IS CHAIRMAN of the subcommittee on capital outlay that recomn-ndn the 'tudy and TRUd the bill to the full education committee. Trueblood said she was pleased with both men's efforts on behalf of the bill, adding they were "sensitive to the concerns of their constituents and defended the interests of the universities." Unierstesanus funds as thysei Carnegie (ftomt page one) on-campus housing costs for about IS per cent of the students involved in the exchange. Grant also stressed that paying tutor fees and room rent keeps financial burdens off students. Financial arrangements are also made with schools to insure they don't suffer from loss of the exchange students. "They pay their fees at their own university and their rmom rent too. if they live on campus," he said. U' ROOM RENT at the home university is cheaper than at UP, the Carnegie program pay the school the difference between UF's rate and the school's. Tuition fees for visiting PAMU students are the sane -s UF', fees, Grant said. The currnt university system charge for .y STUAREMMICH A t=t't S asitr dergraduates is 513 per credIt hour. "The new (proposed) credit-hour fee structure has caused some problems, though." he said. STUDENTrS HAVE ARRIVED from FAMU and declded to take more or fewer hours than they registered for, necessitating refunds or further billing. Credits earned at another state niverity automatIcally transfer to the studmnf'a hose university. Grant said. Great said th, phasing out of the one.quarter program did not violate Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) guidelines for desegregation. As far as I know, these apply just to recruitment of black students to attend the university, not the exchange prornm" he said. Although it was already fairly certain, the state universities now know for sure that lump sum flexibility will be passed by the Board of Regents on to the schools. Carol Walters, of the regents planning division, said the schools will be given a straight allocation to be divided up in what state universities system officials feel would be the best way. THE ONLY RESTRICnIONS. Walters said, will be on salary rates set by the regents. She said the State University System (SUS) will alsm be required to report to the regents on how they are allocating their money and provide copies of their operating budget, The state legislature in its budget for the state universities approved the lump sum funding as a means of allowing the schools fxiilt ibugetig. IN PREVIOUS YEARS, the legislature allocated resources for specific budget areas. such as salaries and capital expenses. The lump sum funding has bean heavily supported by SUS officials who say the flexibility will allow them the management decisions necessary to make the most out of a tight budget. Walters estimated the allocations for next year would be released to the universities by the middle of June, depending on how soon the legislature decides -n the fln.I budp.t THE BUDGET ALLOCATES approximately 5250 million for the SUS Educational and General budget. UF's share of that sum is about 26 per cent. Although Waiters admitted the legislature might decide to decrease the recommended education budget, she said no major changes are expected when the conference committee finishes going over the budget. I. -~ **** *t*****r* **~ .~ ~ * ** ~ *** * * S t45.t.*.* *~* .*

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N,. & 1%. ~nd.nd.,t A.$d. AJIIgeor. W.dn.&y. Mey IS, Vs'S I ri~. -it Welcome to Klan country The United Kions of America, better known as the Ku Klux Klan, held a porode and rally in Pensacola over the Memonol Doy weekend, with full pomp and ceremony including robes, hoods and o climactic cross burning. 1 I As the moon rimes, armed Kioamen stand guard of the entrance to FIve Flogs Speedway in Escomblo County, where their Saturday night rally was held. No blocks wore admitted, and cars were checked at the got. J Klaoncn take. time to Shab. hand .4 wupporfl. p*IIEt#. Sir jii n gwra SM

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Th. independen, FIorld. MIg.tor, W.&dnedy, May 2f. 1975, Pug. S T igert rules on two cheating cases hitching ban Hitchhikers may kind more towns banning their mode ohtransportation next year. A bill now on the Florida House floor gives city government officials specific authority to restrict hitchhiking whenever persons thumbing rides create a traffic hazard or endanger their own lives. Municipalities already have the power to pass anti-hitchhiking ordinances under the "Home-Rule Act." but small towns with no legal staffs are unsure of their legal rights, according to the bI's sponsor. Rep. Jerry Melvin. D-Fort Walton Beach. said his bill spells out local jurisdiction over hltchbiking regulations more clearly than the "Home-Rule Act" does. He also said his measure would give local authorities control over "the noman's land between the pavement and the! sidewalk where nobody has authority to *regulate hitchhiking." The house has not yet completed action on the bill, although It did tack on an amendment that somewhat restricts the local officials' rule-making authority. The amendment, proposed by Rep. Richard Langley, R-Clennont, mid Raiph Haben. D-Palmetto. provides that hitchhiking prohibitions must be based on traffic hazards or danger of injury. I he Honor Court hearings w&ere also held in 'ecret but the penalties were published by the court by case number and description of otT.nse. without any mention of the charged students' names. An appeal by UF of the Honor Court injunction was heard in Tallahassne two weeks ago. bug no decision by the appeals court has been issued yet. Nor has a date beat set on the court suit against UF charging the Honor Court hearings come under the Florid. "Sunshine Law" and should be open to the public. By STUART EMMRICH AnlIpte. StaffWdasr Fwo students' cheating cases hay, been handled by the UP administration but the outcome of the closed hearings are being kept secret. At least two more students charged by the UP Honor Court have hearings pending bfre the adminsation, but their fates will THE ADMINISTRATION hearings. handled by Rob Denson, director of student conduct, were requested by the students after Circuit court injunction halted the Honor Court hearings. rhe Honor Court was only able to process lb6of 63cases before Circuit Court JudgeR.A. Green issued the injunction Feb. 7. Because the charged students cannot go through the Honor Court to have their cases processed until the injunction is lifted, UFP President Robert 0. Marston offered the alternative of administrative hearings to the students. SO FAR ONLY Ibur students have taken the option of administrative hearings, but Denson said another called to say he was interested and might exercise his option,. Denson explained the hearings are closed and the penalties kept secret because the cases are now considered discipline hearings once they go to the administration and discipline hearings have always been kept confidential. Lectures explore self-growthl Ihe LJI Counseling Center is sponsoring a series of lectures on personal growth and selfexploration. rhe first lecture. "Universal Consciousness: The Missing Link Between Science and Religion" wIll be presented tonight at 7:30 in McCarty Auditorium. Delivering the lecture will be Dr. Michael Singer. a UF graduate and now a professor at Santa Fe Community College. Singer is the author of two books. "Search bor I ruth.' and "ihre. Essays on Universal Law." [:he second lecture in the series. 'Knowledge Through Experience: To Perceive it Is To See It. To Realize It Is To Be it." will be presented by Randy Preisor on June 4 in McCarty Auditorium. Preiser is former director ofthe Living Love Cc' te, in Berkeley and originator of the 48hour personal growth intensive. The series is open to the public. t MARSHALL a CRISER amar budget tor the State University System left SUS officials wondering how many faculty positions would be funded for next year. But the legislature has appropriated approximately $16 million more for universities general education needs than the governor. CHANCELLOR RODERT MALJTZ said the uncertain economic situation" prompted the regents to seek an "emergency" policy to deal with letting faculty go if there wasn't enough money to pay salaries. But with budget increases from the legislature. 'there's no reason to rush through" with the emergency rules. "We were moving very rapidly, and we don't like to move so fast with matter. as 'erious as tenure," Mautz said. Delaying consideration of the rules until "sometime next fall" wil allow for further input from faculty organizations, he explained. PsiCli The Psychology Club Officer Elections and Future Plans Wed-I 8:1 ay28 Open to all Interested Students Psyobology Bldg. Room 151 to h P~ Spi. pi&A6m. .4 C. C.s. -.s.qt S F-. nn.4b mpw~~ W ~ -. --hA. ad -V. -. -' ~#s ~I fre S. --pea -ta eDt. .0-0 di. -~ n.a .and ti' -~aa.as b* Sn iNa tkS.y SOS. .a ubia nP. -in. ar.,~.a A*qSei a md.d -.wd 115 S S -d INS ~a OS -p -'I ~ --us w -. ----*1 bA --.as p.heiv .dni.~ pwwr. hi t. innvfr.e flenhfll -a -.4t. Wqwdv .4 .I~. s.hs -. hAaSuS hr~ Aaff if s -q.~a. -t. Sa -q -(l~ *~, ~waqs -.4 .19 .4. to h.dw.i .95 --m9 if -Aa.ai --* .e'. tw .~ em my S "~~t "S. -Sn we~~ e~e .4 -.~ bt~~ -*bC Ito ~.edwfl Fiends AW.r CIYISON VCTS NC 4222MW lath Uwss. GuimsnU. 376-4553 -~---------~1 Ten ure revision plans get delayed by regents By DEBIEIBERT AllIgator Staff Writsr [he Board of Regents has decided to take more time to develop a policy which would allow early dismissal of faculty members during times of "financial emergency." Ihree proposed regents rules concerned ,.ith laying off faculty before the required notification lime -only in a financial emergency -have been taken off the agenda bor the regents' June 2 meeting. REGENTS CHAIRMAN Marshall Criser said postponing consideration of the rules will "give everyone concerned more time" for studying and commenting on the proposals. Glow. Reubin Askew's recommended

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-I Is not big enough Reserve now to be certain of FPlE occupancy. .Clonest to Campus eMoster TV Antenna ePool, Sauna eFully Furnished *DIshwasher eLoundry FocilltIes MOU~t MOW.-Ult. 1OA.M.9. 6 P.M. SSme .9 ib. hhnedlh people In Gelnevdll Al -a "For [U/I axnrlina&>on #f 1v4d4 rind, and eurinrnrnen." Sonic P. C. C. WSe (723W. UnIveifty Ane) Rm 220 rete -AN Welcome WilmNA LUOSA T~lA11aN SOCUTl -SCB NW Se g rn-wa.M -e N A. ,.,.**~ ... 1231 gW. hi Aeaa t 372-3557 th. Independefis Kosi Milgrov, Wedneedey. May 2U. I9L hrg 7 WHAT'S HAPPENING By TOM VEENSTRA Allipt,. Staff Write FLlCKS: Fhe UJF Film Society 'di be showing the tilns "Un Chien Andalou" and "Faust" Thursday night at 7:30. room 103 B in the Architecture and Fine Arts Building. MISSING LINK? "Universal Consciousness -Missing Link bepicen Science and Religion-" will be the topic by Mich-el Singer. auwhor ot The Search for Truth" in lecture tonight at 7:30 it, McCarty Auditorium. AIR FORCE ONE. A short fillm on the Air Force s new low cost lighter plane, ehe YFIt will be shown a: 7:30 tonight in room 303 of the Acorspace Rublding. AIR FORCE TWO: "The Supersonic Swindle." i slide show documentary on the B-I Bomber, will be presented by UP History Prohssor John Mahon Thursday night at S at the Catholic Student Center. 1738 W. University Ave. IMILDEW MUSIC. WUFT's final "ome Together" show will feature the bluegrass music of The Mildew Brothers and films ow, ballooning tonight on Channel 5 at I I and Saturday it 5:30 p.m. PEE-VETS: The Ne-Veterinary Club will meet go elect otfleers and make banquet reservations tonight a: 7 in the IMechanical Engineering Building room 211. IP.5.0. DEADLINE: Today is the deadline for membership applications for summer and fail tbr the Prt-Profeusional Service Organization. Applications are available at room 113 Anderson Hall. where complete applications are so be subitied. HILLEL: rthe Hillel Jewish Student Center. lb NW S St. will present Iwo lectures: "Introduction to the Yiddish Shtetl Culture" tonight a: S and "Modern Jewish History -Where Did It All Begn?" Thursday evenling at 8. NORUL: The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORMLI will meet tonight at 7:30 in room 362 J. Wayne Reitz Union. The public is invited. MEDrTATnON LECTURE: There will be a free Transcendental Meditation LIcjure S iceight at Santa Fe West. 723 W. University Ave. Admission is free, everyone is aelconmt. PSYCH CLUB: The Psychology Club will meet to elect ofAnnr tonight at 8 in room 151 of the Psychology Duildig. DISCUSSION CR011?: The Gainesville Eek-Satsang Society will have public discussion group Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in room 333 Reinz Unon. STUDENT SUPPER: The Catholic Student Center will sponsor a student supper tonight at 6 at 1320 W. University Ave. A SI donation is requested. CIRCLE K: Circle K 'di meet Thursday at 6 p.m. in room ISO C in the Reinz Union. ENGINEERING: The Banton Engineering Council will meet fhursday night at 7:30 in Weil Hall room 320. DIPWOMACY NIGHT: The UP Simulated Combat flub will have a "Diplomacy Night" tonight at 7 in room 347 Reitz Union. Concert tonight The UP Concert Band and the UF Symphonic Band will present free concert on the lawn of the University Auditorium tonight at 7. The concert band will be dieted by Gary Langford. fle symphonmc hand will be directed by Frank Wicket. There are two band concerts of this type presented each spring for the student body and the general public. This will be the second concert in fhe series and will last about an hour. The SCence ol 06 aa6

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Pag. Sl, lh ndepeodent Modda MII.t'. Wedn.day, Mcy 26. 191s Tightrope H-ow does this sound for a suspense plot thriller? Three skyjackers take command of a jetliner and threaten to crash it into a nuclear research facility at Oak Ridge. Or how about this? A doctor in a small Northwestern town blames a local nuclear power plant for the unusual number of infant deaths in the area. Expert opinions differ, but no definitive conclusions can be reached until, perhaps, a whole generation of townsfolk grows up contaminated by radiation. Consider this one. A rubber hose comes loose in a nuclear power plant and, before anyone notices. 7,400 radioactive gallons of water spill out onto the floor. Officials hurry to the scene but it's too late. Three thousand gallons have run out an open doorway and soaked the ground outside. Any of these overdramatized incidents could provide material for a science fiction screenwriter except for one thing -they're true. Accidents like that 7,400 gallon leak are called "minor" by authorities. They happen occasionally and they are explained away by officials, who are adept at minimizing the potential damage inAdmittedly the chance of a "major" accident is slight. One estimate puts it at one chance in 100 trillion plant years of operation, "excluding operator error, maintenance error (and) sabotage." That's like telling a tightrope walker you're taking away his net, but everything will be all right unless he makes a mistake. And the possibility of a serious mistake is all too real, which is why Rep. Morris Udall, (D-Ariz.) has opened a debate in Congress on the values and risks of nuclear power. The debate is to decide if Congress wants to impose a five-year moratorium on new nuclear power during the interval. With 55 of these plants already in operation, more than 200 scheduled to be running in 1985, and $10 billion planned in government subsidies. it may be too late to start asking whether nuclear power is worth the price. The odds are increased by the development of the breeder reactor, a nuclear power source that would have highly radioactive plutonium as a byproduct. The plutonium would be transported from power plants in lead-lined vehicles, but no one is exactly sure where It would go. But the issue of safety is overbeariqg. Which brinps up another embarassing point. After all these years no one baa come up with a satisfactory plan for disposing of the nuclear We're talking about tons of plutonium by the year 1990, 12 pounds of which could be used in a bomb capable of killing mlOths. And If that's act bad enough, the Atomic Energy Commuulion and the InduaUry It nurture hat's already last thousands of pounds of nudlest material like highly enriched uranium, which can also be used for making bombs and the AEC Is unable to give positive assurances that It hasn't filles Into the hands of a terrordat group or hostile government. As L Manning Muntzlng, the commission's last director of regulatlaut observed recently, "1975 will be the go or mo-gp year fcr nucdes power." We hope U.S. Rep. Do. Fuqun of this Congressional district and Florida's Senh. Richard Stone and Lawton Chilus will lead the Way in Congress for closer supervision of and stricter safety and waste standards for nuclear power plants. If we have tq walk on a wire miles above the gond. at loust gieus back our net. r b. -_______rx 2. 4 {j 4 r Get government out of schools Author Karl Hess tound an interesting way to drop out of high school. He registered at two different schools and then transferred trom each to the other. Both schools assumed he was at the other, and Hess was free to do as he pleased. If the method proposed by Sen. Walter Sins, R-Orlando. land blasted by The Alligator) had been available, Hess wouldn't have had wo go through all that trouble. He could have just passed his equivalency test and gone on his way. Sims has proposed that high school students be paroled at age 14 if they can pass a test. One might hope that this fumbling, tiny step toward freedom would be greeted gladly or even criticized as insuffcient. But no. The reaction, if the people questioned by The Alligator are at all representative, has been almost uniformly Of course. it might be kept in mind that the people in. leriewed were primarily educational bureaucrats. Obviously. their self-interest lies With the current systems. Tbey need students to justify their existence. So compulsory education is just fine with them. My only complaint with Sims' bill is that It doesn't go far enough-. Why should a 14-year old have to pass test to escape the public schools? It is just those students who won t be able to pass the test that are likely to feel most imprisoned by she And why'is any age limit retained? 'There is -o more magic in the number l4 than thwwluein the number 16. The syptem seeds a far bigger dote of Sen. Sims' medicine. What is needed is to get the government out of the fld of education entirely. Thene -r a number of thiagp wrong with the concept of public education. To begin with. It InevItably involves dieit. If y)U -r plgoi to prokMe "free" educatIon, you -r gobn to have to teal the money from tmest. This I doem through ad vulonmn tar. Sewend. If you let the p,'ement rn the insols. the The Independent Florida Alligator GneI' 01.1 student is going to get the official line. In Florida, icr example. the student is subjected to such idiocies as a course called "Americanism versus communism" (abet saluting the hlag, of course). Third, since they try to accommodate everyone within the 'ame system. the public schools end up with a bland concoction that pleases no one. BR IAN DONER LY People have very different ideas about education. Some parents wunt their kids to be reding Latin in the third grade Others want the children to be directing their own education in an open atmosphere. Still others would prefer 4 curriculum oriented toward vocational training. Such variety could be accomplished if then were a tree market in education. But school boards Can not afford to come up with all these alternatives. They have to come up with one system. So they choose one geured toward their perceived constituency usually uppcr-middle-class whites. The govnment further stifles the development of alternativ methos feuatio troughth sne it U pS out of the public school system. they sgil have to pay for it through their taxas Assa remult, thoqe parents have to pey twIce hor their child's education. It's tough tocoups. with a''hue''education. Walter Sims' bill jugt scratdhus the sighms d the psoblemi. But its still enough to ups e their baseaucrt. He'll learn his lesson on thhs bil. You cmn beasr. that Saws -u Ga y S~lne W.mm IA 'The' EsdIev .an,1 .,.,., Jc.e p ..k aus m s.p, Styeoe t~ rM.1 bmw l~man Aay -se pd enncmmn -t-wr -hesee. sam.nde, """ i-edsw i" -------huaaaim b~id nhu. .,e.,.lur P.O.Sewn I3M Uc.nJs y Adveffi Sa snd ftedvcwr

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EDITOR: Dear Ms. Mara (or"Ji' Fronm one human being to another, are you deliberately trying to set Human [ liberation ,ack 2,mb years, or is your rabid. illogical. haranguing style laden with nonsequizurs merely as a result of your imtellagenec and rainig or lack thereof For years the Women's Liberation Movement has been trying to prove that womeICI can be as realistic, tolerant. 'cool.' .md logical as other people. when these qualities are needed. You've sure done a good Mob of undermining these eflbrts. AS TO YOUR article on Norman Mailer. or "Nornmie," as you like to call him, did you even attend his lecture? [ think not. lhr you dlo not mention that his topic. or topics, concerned poetry and politics, with no references to women or his stand on our liberation. I am sure that no one can say that Mailer is not competent to speak on poetry .1nd, )rplit',. ~ei his intelligetie inuI ckpericince i lhose areas l o 40 through sour article pomnt by point Ii is uintsir lb quote In author out of context. lor ii an ompnhlcelhdistnrt hemi~eaning It is absurd tI 1I to tnaly,.e and critiae an ut hor's person ahi and beh ets through the person dl ts arnd helictsol one of his fictional characters, Link tip 'liction" or "novel" in ins icet on'rs .in u.ws sou'ro confusng the term'sA ith iiucohiogvaphv' or "philosophy" ) lI 'omen want ed Io protest his dpp)earance., they did have the right ic do so. a' other speakers (Hon Ziegler cones to nimd) can enrainly be cancelled Il a large enough number of the student body objects. APPARENTL.Y, Mailer's appearance dltd not greatly olfend a large percentage ot the students. You accuse Mailer of jumping on the bandnagon swrh Bobby Riggs. [hat statement is worse that lalke, it is irrelevant. It is lakse Ibecatise Mailer's %'ews, specilically in his "Prisoner of Sex" 'ere expounded ing before Riggs thought of jumping on the bandwagon andI challenging Ifemale tennis 'tars As to sour teclings about Sasant's role in this perhapSs we should both consult their mictives Icr receiving Mailer -maybe it 'is because they respect his intelligence and knowledge, and because he didn't spcak againstt SAOmflnf Your snide remarks about Blue Key '.ere lall uncalled for. I kno& absolulels nothing about their organization, hut your devotion of two paragraphs to resilhng an organization that had nothing to do iwith Mailer's uisit. was one of the strangest examples of a nonsequitur I have ever encountered in ournalism land I've seen some dillies I WAS TOTALLY dumbfounded Your last paragraph ceit nme a little hazy as to your intent and to your definmtions of 'equality' .md "'I.got.'' Aren't wue all bigots ci some kind' Aren't you totally bigoted when it comes to Male Chauvinist Pigs. to the point ot discrediting everything they have to say, whether or not is on he topic of feminism or not' As for "equality." Inm sure that even Mailer w.ilI not deny that everyone should have equal justice tinder the law, but arc people really equal in every respect? Hell no People are different, and differences in ability and opinion should he respected. It is childish mo denounce a person in all ot his or her aspects. because of his or her lack in one area, or because of his or her difference ot opinion Ironm sours on one subject. Susan Mc~rifi 2 UC a Students do not have right to rob state taxpayers k we 'AWCM t---NOO BJES WY1IE I SAtf .R' Recent theories are all we have EDITOR, In response to Stanley T. Ridh', ltter, and in defense cf ay own, I must say I was amused in rending Rich's literary effort. The theme of his letter ems iiteresting but somewhat difficult to secept. I woMut say I qualton the adequacy or Inadequacy of RIch's muena pmcmes big I do begin to wends about people who *h. die Ute of theory mn dbakteny. I AGREE TEAT "thudr.s are not TmE TREJT1" -he staeshi bie lttler. bhai We of whet asuh Is.n thumbts SStafldid Sm -rg 6b. murvattfs then what is left to base the judgment of truth ol? Agreed. sometimes this process of estimation cm' be gwuif U arro. if you refine to uSe pa5t obaervatiotis all you hayw Idn it a gumss baued -n peusal benfit whlih. In a sa. can lead to even -os umisnla judgment. fli never really d sue my argumueri wily that they .wnre based on -hor and not on "unqiatloed evidmia." If l am not to ben my judgmeat f wht is fight for at cultre o bevaticesof uthwrcwlug hnw$aS mI to uae? 31dm inked fur The Independent Tern fird Bei.ani bieg eidl Uhe Mm Jhn~mn Geg F-. IpessMm'r unquestioned evidence. given this he will form a theory, but isn't this what he is arguing against: I WELCOME ThE efforts of those who attempt to dispronethe theories I belIeve in and if they ate staccesMk I would be delighted for they have p4 an e diae to flethey areal we han Onw Nfheh thing. mty provide justIficatIon for dIscrinmatIon Is job or educathmal qpolunt I do not spon rca or cducetlonul oppstanky, but Ibelive th, bioogcal evidence that mupponhs the dIscriminatIon btween sume presents an excellent argument agpiwst the famiahst ni i mnt. Mr. Ridh. the issue does indeed include interracial marragp and its genetic aftereffect, The basis for the equal opportwtity arguments lies In the premise of racial and sexual equality. If you defeat the basis of the argument you defeat the argument,. Charles G. Fugee AS EDITUR: ['here has been much talk about not having a tuition increase and-or a reduction in services and about the students "right" to an education. It is true that a person has the right to seek an education. But he does not have the right to compel someone else to pay tot his education. Yet this "right' is vwhat the student rights groups are claiming when they say that students should not have to pay highe, tuition. STUDENTS CURRENTLY pay about one-third of the cost of their education. the rest being paid by the Now ook at the taxpayers. Does he have a choice to pay his taxes' No, he doesn't. Any taxpayer who would not liecly give his money tor the purpose in question is beIng toncibly robbed through the poser of the state. On this subject. one is sure to hear the argument that the taxpayer can attbrd it. it is true that he won't go hungry because of the taxes he pays to support education. But does that give us. as students. the right to thrust our hand into his pocket and forcibly take his money? NO, IT DOES not. For students to claim such a right ,&ould be for them to claim that they have a right to violate the rights of others, Rights are those conditions of reality that are necessary to a man's survival as a man. For one man or group of men to cim a oriht to volate the that they, the claimed., have a superior right to that of the other gboup. people wul havertherigh to exploit other people and these others would nthave a right This is a clear violation of equal rights for all individuals. Fom. this it is obvious that special intent "goprights" cannot exist. Zack Ridhards A' 1)h. independent Rorndo AJligator. Wedni.hy. May 28 I1S, P.g0w Has Mara set back liberation?

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lh. Indep.ndn* N'idd. MIlg.,tr Weda.dey, May 26, 9yt P.e II JURY DUTY serve or not to serve? I By ROSEMARY GOUDREAU Algatar SiaNf Writer Ladies and gentlemen ot the jury .the decision lies in your hands "Every registered voter mn Alachua County including students at one time will be asked to make the right choice and show up thr jury duty." said Ben. E. North, court executive assistant, whose office works with potential It]ro rs. "THERE ARE 70480 people called a week oer jury duty hut only IS are chosen," North said. 'They are paid $10 a day and 20 cents a nijie."' But North said many of the people, including about twelve students a week, try to get out of serving He said everybody wants to get off "because they've got someplace else to gO." For those who can't serve on the designated diay. North's offce has a procedure where their duty can be reassigned up to six weeks ahead. "The rescheduling process has proved very effective since its implementation about IS months ago," North said. Occasionally North said his offce runs into the situation where the student says. "I just don't want to come." ''We then refer them to the administrative judge of the department." North said."And if they don't show up we issue a warrant for the sheriff to go get him. lHe may be held in contempt." he added. North added that people believe the quality of jurors has decreased. He blames this on lpeOPle avoiding jury duty. "PEOPLE KEEP CALLING up trying to get out of jury duty. It's unfamiliar, it scares t hem, and they are afraid they'll be locked up and not make it home," said Linda Parrish, North\ secretary, who handles calls from potential jurors. But Parrish added hoing the jury overnight doesn't happen frequently. "WE REALLY TRY to work with them and make duty more convenient bor them to come," Parrnsh said Jurors are randomly selected by the Alachua Data Processing Center from a roll of registered voters provided by the Supervisor of Elections. "After their names are drawn, they are sent questionnaires to Ibtd if they have legal exemptions." Parish said. SHE SAID THE only exemptions are expectant mothers, a mother with children under IS. and special interest groups like dentists, who have lobbied for exemption. "Physicians are not categorically excused, but som~etimies lobbies are carried on to make special ierest groups exemptt' Parrish said. North said his office can't excuse a person lnnn jury duty, only a judge can do that. He added about twelve students try to get excused every week. NORTH SAID there were tumors businessmen would take their names off the voter registration list to avoid being called. But he said jury duty has never been boycotted by any organization. He added there is no law requiring a businessman to pay an employe's salary while he is serving on a jury. "But if the man works for the state, he would receive his regular salary and turn the luror money back to the state," North said. York Although the request to reconsider the summer enrollment plan could be discussed at next weeks regents meeting, no specific action is expected in the near future. ROBERT MAUTZ, SUS chancellor, said the approved program still has a while to go before it is implemented and the issue will probably 'simmer for a while." Mautz pointed to the close 4-3 vote when the regents passed the mandatory plan as one reason to expect some change might be likely. Two regents were also absent from the meeting. Mautz admitted the mandatory enrollment plan was "probably not the anuwtr" to boosting summer attendance, but added he was not sure if the financial incentive plan would be any better. "THE FINANCIAL incentive plan. by charging the extra SI per credit hour during quarters other than suminer. pinces a substantial burden cii an already high tuition. "I'm surprised no one has really opposed that." Mautz said. False arrest trial put off The trial over a $1.5 million lawsuit three young campers filed against five offcers from the Florida Game and Fish Commission and three Marion County deputy sheriffs has been obb Klippe Dan Drake and Phyllis Shernian, a former UF ant student, claim they were falsely arrested. fingerprinted. photographed and jailed in 1972 on possession of marijuana charges -even though officer. searched them and their belongings and found nothing. Officers from the game and fish commiission searched a public campsite in the Ocala National Forest. where the three were living, and found five grams of marijuana in the tent of someone who was acquainted with the trio. The suit charges the officers with false arrest and a denial of constitutional rijhtsand asks for $1.5 million in compensatory and punitive damages. The trial was originally scheduled tbr March. but legal questions brought up at the pre-trial hearing caused the judge to poutpwn the trial until the next federal circuit court session in the fall of 1975. GATOR'S SUMMER IN EUROPEII '389" Group Rate is approx.4 price Round trip: MlomI-Luxmbourg-Miam; Jun. 12-Sept.11 Thre full months tow Students' upeclal flight has 10 avaIlabl, sects.a The.e won't lost lontgl Ccoqflgt lmmdSIy Moulppi Wulker UNH~iNIIgNl -U UUI t-. To -4.

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Pe.31% WIn~d.p.desot nSoilS MIlgebr, Wednseedey, Mey 1978 &LIPAM MUS UIC 233Wm UiSWerSyAW NO LYN LIMITED ENGAGEMENT. -~ As.It AU nt Cf A FOR SALE Sea's manVO OW iype. W. ~flrSaflt 'a.l lamp SIC, k.yston. ansacas camera. new 5)5 call mn2n7(-SWhite whirlsolrefrg.Sc I ar sale lnee Iha Vty old C011 bruc. -t JmM5e kne wym -e offer (c-S-I40p) 3 Ton dueherm air cand split sytle, $350c0.hk It. M66 3l9o*. 5 pm (o-3). Minolta camera equipmentf. goad conihion, 101 h.4t $125 102 bcdy 5)75 Ung ,_Ig rnOSrn 1 W wedding d,.i, beautifully hand d.*gned sin 12 no ,.aonvabl. off.r, reflvnd V7WS7 oher I 30 (o-5&-142-p) OPPOTUNMTY FOR U CF F EWtOYEES The Ccnwue Faderol C,.dit Union waill fIflcnc* yow redl emt. puche ur ao SMM 1r us inJow you how this con beni yOu in buying propert.s Now it 4,. tim,. to buy small @tcotge wOOSrrort or homn, Call today Wayn".D Macon S C0 Realtor 9fllN 8th Avn Su*.e A I P*.on. 37747fl9 (o-a-l42-p) selling oiA 04 colt .vsyhing muSt -o refrigeraior 525W c c 50W0 tierec 25 Icrib 205 ovn, bed 50 s bed' 2W0 obl., 5 0 2614 M* IS t. 3fl-52Z9 Sorgom World ja-St-141-p) S2, fl73 bdrn. 2 complex. both, mobil. ho.,, on I oor* '04, d.p well cello, (not compls*e. utitey shed Loca$.d I block fkom cheel. ,n Newbinry Coil 472-20 begweenSB3OS A2 30pc, lot mcr. info Men, goit clubs, ca'i, ball. shoes 12 pM'.e s.tting china plus extras for b6.h, OUWM 01M04N JSW CASI EXCmN SIN8 W97 flOTA COQOLA two-door 376-C27 after 3WM (o-f-I43-p) Me.,'. 26' '10 speed bike hoe 2 u,.w tw. a n ens 27 w~t hook .ock '72 12'n65' mobi.e hem. 3br central asr, Colt .vning 373-9163 Anon,. 196 W3 paymen 'sqneotiate other terms Sert 'ptin Catleae (o-.M-141) 19721l2x60mobthorr.cll cond wcc,cerplIving Skwth. insult of tob soWd i avg. coil after SW0 or wtien&e 3nU-M (e-.*-143-o) SCUBA fank us. dlv.r, 71 2 cubic ft .lmwnmwn vlve b.-dnew 2 vee. old nevlr ned $120 roll 377.0125 (a-)la Fou ODl $350 or beeoffer fiowise c.,dtion -muet tedl ms .Ilt 3f-41 Iln (a-S-l4) ,e, Sal.ed.e, S.ac.e, ndCe Ce in Gte ondp Co. S C 1972 heuido S0 4 cylinder eneents ternd lOW miloag many .xtra $10 a. bee offer cal 373-SS aft.r S PM. 14 a10c Kowalk. covr, 2.1,',. 9W0 mle.;. 5.0 *maelnt condalon nen&ped W3-42 before An. (aSvdn. equp a" Iop.+ c.ctSlfl 2W rflrv + cor.-440 heott-52S helme4I-O1 also innls racktl --e sell cell tob WS7-17 (a-S-b.) hleen-pecilel3 eq fret,, weacesinalb lm -'gIna rmnsty temp. onktflwlinanhkes emflpel. beiri hoe, $166 tell Y3anylme yw.AMeMI-Id.14*SL camera. 50mm M|les, U.S tJ mm MC I.,,., U.S 'EasIte caedlu, O e fl f l b g. c bogs, e W m i.; spaciet, sky bWv., .ey been S1fl tall penew ha ccr e.,-*. -tr cemn +2 2eneer cassiab p.16 IS25 bee .eeeoabe tllt. call b.n -t f2. FOE EENT 'd.tean.enue bIi.e In -esa -nbeeh teg -tn -e Ass hea Sewes -= -as hre cedsi -uy r4 navy e yet U.S phIs '-4 asile cad S (bS-tab1 FOR RENT $ciblaee Andi Jose I PNt,.ia.n Villag. 5pl cue bein unfwnisad 5148 par m*h Call V78-50 bet.en '.5 -m b. female ,nemat. needed summe, queen. shcre 2betoernep. U S0 + A *11kmse lUt' rent fre. cell oosyln. 377flea (b-dhIC4p)RWA WANU F 3 n house near campus. Owv, roe,, $103 mc ALL UTWLIES *NCtSDD call 373-P7A) Nit. gte troomt ied. occupancyl 'aS of may rent tea come by 1204 nw rd ave or call 373-1251 Window ra.+ouse cticrn -n 0C -(b-)Sunm"r Qir Aorn in house 2 1k. from love School 04.et Rent $75 U but Negotiable Furnished mov, in June 15 372 7a1 -lenry (b-Si-I-p2) ,ubleming ci; cond two bad, opt los 10r ren, summer quorter a gcrgsovs furnished oporlmen' in popular jolwosmon Village -t o ow dltcouns rat. call 373-4995 ar com,. 1o apt 325 bAPT SAJAWEf 2 mr3 bedroom carpeted central ac I block fran, cannpu.$ld60per mann, 4 utliet Colt 373-4970 (b-5S.IROOMS SUIMVER Furn oc uitilles intl carpeted maid imen service I block Ironrn pus sow. shore kitchen, $70 or 575 per month Call 373-8970 0r corm, by 1319 NW2 Ave (b-4-IG-pJ NEEDED SEPARATELY I female roommate for krdywin. op. 2 br. 2 p) ALL HENTh StASJ4DO Aunt 2 i. rn~shed with oi, Luau'y AvaelabI. for lease *houth Aug 315* floierie View Mobil. VWllg. flS-44II 373-32*4 Avoilab. to ne eonlnsonlyl Female roommate needed for summer po tie bedroom in two bedroom opt at krandywmn. $60 no + %4 Alloat, pool Liera a.--.s wa.iad go ren haute. 2 hlk from cain.s fwn, rwining watet, Iront porch, goed n.ighbors 567 coil NIa or kruc 373.9575 after 6 p. sore.nieco,,.ge ilan,nhem. enlc. yad also need pet time help getting i""e' Cd'i V-W? h-S-4) 'ena'e re""''e ""eddfs um" ma a shore bedcon an two bedoom, apt O Srondywin. HO0 m. + %. ul. as. po.ol Call Vol. -l 373-55*. (b-I-I4e-p) Ig cool turn I bem n quiet c.we neeru sube Jun-Aug $I2Smo coll 377023.ev tu sot after 5-31 378-9156 day a. eve (6-.-i-o.l larg. room for crdn newr campus for summer in luxiry tois.e One person 66 a-.-IM Cal C-l 37-9 -144-P) Gre. deol Mellow parson own 'orm in 2 hr house behInd Neuman Holl opi 10 'em hotse n fell 75W00par mon. tIl ova"l Jun I 37&$7fO (h-3.-144. Sub-Ieae. Cowtiry GQrd*n at A ine 'eif free wIth option -o rein hr fall I beno fIwnlehed, didhwoeher nea 'aed -ee 372a54 372-flO0 (b.& l4P) one or two mel. -lem,. -o shore 3 hr ap cc 548 Frive rcc. -u Shae wlilee thoe 11035* W2nd Ave. Celi WI-WEP cli. 4. p. (b*5-lM-.) Ztmqet ACnntl %WW thl sI $50 Fw.nhdhd Cell 372-WE4 cli. a p. Mobile dune 3 hr., psi fun%, -.r Sw,,.,. dlnssun 5125 Fall 5140 AySiti6e June IS. Pinehnte lee 26, 3S5kV 4 Asa, &St-. (60.14.) -a eeIsr Lias ei 1*s lage behis .S ie. tmemp W+ 14.uS al mew -ete e d stder. -e. sell 52.)81. lb dS.) I e bsben lma8 FOR REM? Aorn lee ,ent for 54'""'r Quartl Cemlee furnished 5&W-$'mnily -ee % LwiIlee Canl W-21 oenh.e Ginsy lb--IS) 2bqg2bh.*Wopts to be sublefor* summer bthl we furnIshed usirts' wat Vie th. mad csntr solmimh bout. coil 375.362B -376(b-5S-ISP) Sn blat for sum me. 3 bedroom" haute block behind Normn H4al Nilc. yoru, AC, p4s oh 53)5 rnoathly nciudee PEACl Alt Quil own room in r'.w home with ocrural .enon for summer 0r fall in's only NC tEAME .ery mallow fat COet 2 br-I b's fully fwrnmshed house for the summer vry go oversamerot. 5180 0 mont1' (b-Si-I4 June fte.,t Freet Sublet -fawailar, mm' 2 bd 2 bait, -p ond beet th. notova1 lun. 15 call 377-4295 opt 104 52M5 -e month, (b-54-l4l-p) 2 bedrom, in a 3 bedrooms furnished opt for rent Ior *urvnr quote' Fully furnished Moracoibo Manor opts 55 p-r month coll 373-4013 (be4I-pI opt lo sublet er summer fbrn 0' .nra Sl4mon 4 black, fron, campus 377-4664 (b-*I3p) Subl.t for summer 21 Sun$rmi! tiune Ap, Sehind Mad C.n'.r Call 373-5413 F*MA&E roornnma needed to shape room in beoueifui poaltide *lawoiior V1 -p w-gadsudents stilvig June I $57 Sobjat for summer 2 br unfurn opt Sun. 'eni fr. $1it mc 378-9162 (b-r-I4I-p) Male roovnrns JUff FREll sublease Ia. sun,". I kep for foll 2 bdrm 2 mc4 I376-f 9 -ICpf ------~it wtj puC:aeo n -Cwoepeadti opn IGodAym, I I --------FU I a. -~ Sept seea

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MI Krs Tobacco Shop Downtown Curly OMrLEWIS CLASS NGES WA TCH UWAMRS 2W w Unnty yAn. 372-410 FOR RENT FOR RE -2 lemoie roortmnatet mature shore ridh bltie 3 J ohig both op, gotortow,, lS sum $61 toll 3 b'o obie o h ease end upi cot' 317 8708 oftei 5 0 Qnm b, St nw O ew s hend l summer sublsi Juxur o,,, ,oniv{dr 2 'blet 2dmtnsri bdrm apt turn 'shed OPANtYIV 1 n I nowe tl bdrm$ ured 1225 mo oc, shnq etc roll shw'o, 17$ o anr Q in $ily are 4260lb S M~p -24 oi 78 3433 lb St 40 .ublal 2 br apt in in Jn 5 'uble I be gorngs apt einning toll term, $15O "o, 'gret 1OS ir no phone bi o k a ni 37 rpu b en 4 -i r otnrnoon (b 5t 143 livecall3704407itt5,---pFemale to thor. or,, bdrmr 2 o n .n t u n o n i i t t 0 s h r r s m e r 0 2 5 0 p lu s u ig sl brm r' bth n um3 lxi,, a entor *oll lut'dmork o fo "si er co0 l 13 9908 or deals 'I 8 b t 43p} b5*-Id-o~ -qur. clean quiet fenol For ,.nt 2 bdrm one boil c or oe D,.t Ow.,,nn inm h t 8582 $l8 per mot l b AfN& EN1 FREE Subici 2 bd rn op FRENCH QUARtER I' both centfl aC( no dog nov. 6 5 tol 37R430 ofhe' ot.4pm (b 1l1 l43p} a---.a .=---=REE ELECTRONIC EN GINE I ANALYSIS wimhEACH i~sTUNE-UP | L~ It N. MAIN ST. RHlE maw2 I New in GaInesvIlle RENLRMEXICA Vilage Square 2409 SW 13th DL. 377-5151 TH INDEPENDENT FLORIDA ALLflATOR NSEDS COPY EDITORS NOW AND SUMMER QUARTER CALL 37604456 "he'"'''a"t"'"'Mci^"''ille' "."''y,'Mv'""1 '" Pe. NT reek op' b 2 8 31 option Io 'Ogotiot. 'en? Jratpted ac; zt~abl. iorge p Sblack trom 2)2', SW isi poisid opt itiies option opts call 378 fOr Summer --. n ue$5 mau 0 utliie tl 38-74 6~plu m3 ONL As orS~ty (b-2t 43p 3 bedroom lmn~ury op. OvaloabI. hun. I5 turnisted pool d'shwosher oc country ilog. 1273 pee month include. wnier need 2 people to sublet Ok. biOr "armor t1in. rent $ i 0 It1 OUg 4 uIn I roi 192-061e of 392-862i hurry'l b-A', Ap) sublet one bedoom townhouse cloe to ampus ealble tin i 35 p. month 378(bp ,43p) neat and cl~o em le, ro .nee 5unmef quart. Own room in .poctous two uoery house in the NE secdior coOl evening 377.8093 (b-a-4-) Sbdrm opt to subl available lune 1IS $145 pmr no tr.d.ick gardens ap.s Option to pick up fall easeCall 377-4871 wpociais. furnished trailer fu. wumrer rent a-c, dlShwosh., corpet bike to campus S90 per mo + ufll 376-I1291 (b-St 14$p) 2F roonmoatn wanted Nowiion Village |Apt No 451 coil 378-0475 tor informnotion (65* leap) sublet 26. townhouse hnwoionr village unforshed, 2 both cool 372-1093 (b APTS FOR SUAMAER an' air shag newest cia. 0o 1f June set? free-furn I bdr -p suble ovouloble lun. iS til sept wl0. Fal option a' dishwoshm Sil a mon$,ths 376 473N oft, S broildywin. (b--l*3 p} unuiidedsmme. a 'rtI sept till dec. 2 bdrms, call 173-4411 a, 466-3224 ovolill till Jun. it (6.)t143) 3774992-1l62 FOR RENT FURNlSNED On. Bedroom ap Air 2 r~ies yarm Santo F. SC 145 a mionfh ovoi June 16 Pinewood Apt No 562 392 O75O S-Spn (b-! -43p) root.s needed, sublet bao im 2 6dm opr inch. a, terma' own coon,, clos. to romoug Summit Nouns opt coil 37S 5663 oft. 4pm (b5t-id3p) looL ft our ento lhstings on houses 'obile hom's,'ddapp. beto. you poy irwore o tee Joel Bridges, realtor 404 W -4th Ave h6 I, 127-c}Q quie male ,oommate, wanted now and fOr oli 2 be apt wmrmrt house K2 14975 month and'.utiites call Mckey or Dove 378 1676 in evenmng. {bSt-I4C READ TNIS Uie Re Eta. A soc In roe 377-q9q2 6 fr-lOp) cean lier fn l. roommol sunme uiites 4 blocks loi camIput call 377tuxorious 2 bedroom 2 both opt to sublet Jun. l1W Tennis courts, pool, basketball, 5 nit train campus Will lower ,ent Ic. .ummhr, Coil 376.W93 anyti
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,.0. l.n.tfs~. AJ1.orWdn.a.M., Z w97 TOR CL -F-ft Plfl 'OS-Sift I SEES l. PANTS-3174*W SERVICE -377-0722 1O AM -6pM 7 WAYS A W 3441 SW. Aag 1EsE' MRE TO S WImh ca&i Iv chmnl. UI Nws. ew ork TV CIenaels, end9PFM and S AM wttaee FM Mnd -men cW aster cm c 0C w mM2. MsTl. WANTED L2 or 3 peopleto s4Alet caunhry village Opt for Sommfer Own 0g rOOl, C-C fbrnl. peel, low itilrnet -en negltale. call 37-00or 3P7-0342 (c-$-lCp) Jun e re freel Female roeamme(s) for 2 bettom fwrni*hed Sunm4i $evse Necr Mhond-VA Availetle Jun. 15 '.armabe, call Conno, P7-114 (c-)ho,.a0.2.wud.,.ed femtramma,. 4wr2 ifwanflse e voom) tlive a3bhr -02o 373-959 (c-&I looking hor .cna, !aing SI9gr Cmn Cary wree or oue cr ap. ci. Cntpue Ewo 3734)16 oie 5 jc-).l* dbhiwoel. w,al -, alsokn, tennjs, bus letwehl, cell W7-UIO.e. (c-3,44) Renaw.l fetmeie .e.klrq 1-2 hr he".*'. '' ', keep good C'e *4'" .chenge hor r.esunabe rae. Shady Iap ooeape V47I77 -445-fu2 (c-. may aid Iwne rant freer Aaldise newt reenn* eown ,aom i-n$7. -+ 1-4 utlles pref --io -r pod tud. t srlie fl716? Ic-A-14p-) two females wopted -o thee I *f 2 tetcnte Sg .unmri house nleer |Stand.: peci from 6.I5 UO0+ullie. Mele a, Fenolo roamne wofleed Lunwrioss Pkeadlly apIs conle9 Iwn-ted own be&o-, no depo.at 37-7549 summe, only ask hor paul (cSI-I.) mobwe ho,,e. 5 ,. .-s lu utdles, ph 3YU.927n, keep trying (c-5-I. roe--e -w ,omw,3 b-hme2 blocksfroan campus $60 in. + I.3uh'l pouc, funA.d call 37W4 Cc. rsmne wansS f ar fell qmater own ream behind nornmon in epclous 0p0 pees cii "'taa ordbbea VS-.9IN (c--I.43) 2 female ,oonwa.e needed fo, 2bhrn-. as a COUNIWY VflAGE Anall June aV hr "ll h k to p bellm po ple r emstla I'm quies),pp eaknd bd'yace ca Knde of7.5 377-49 Ic-r -Ic-. -4) p) 3$#Io.&ENg RE rson no.eto e2r (.flep o udea n uTlhj fun-lovxng $62 + m, tai call bP7-SW. ApS-FmI $25 to the par3n.w4%o hlpae usm fin e pace owe ren oul, lo okig for 2 bedrn hous du.e or ,O., (a i ro~pl.) wlkgdie.c en. Imnth o 377064 aft. 5oo (c-4I14-p} sulo2 v."t",n T;"e;Pine*. ur Livid calnter 3 Xo + 1-70l $0-more info(-1G3-p)__ J .. WANTED 0,ns quiet considerate famr,4 to tolit aye, ronm in 4 bedoom apesa The Tloc* Apes 40.W p. man*h rior nsemer) contqac Wendi -r 376-4161 (c-It, I4-p) iNJOY LIVING THI$ 5W1MM Mel. ,ident needed for 0p0 lving ow., bedaon, Country Villege Apes, call 37lMae grad .ud.,.n.e& p,,.eto., alqucer.,.ly s.,. wn,.om Cal f77-C$ .nenin.s Ic-S-Ida-p) ,.ncle Needed ,o k.e.ru,,m. lease Ploce Ap. IS0M depenl $440 W a nmoth coil ma7y2 dinner mime (c-144p) Fanole hemnmote. Ernt Sunwe,. $ IS ino.Aare I hdn,. 2 bat, ase In Srn. d.dnwth 2.,bherg&~ -.,ne. roanimote 'wattS summer onjy 2 blks fromWU Veymnce, etlkng, own FR. $55-c I. .w. wInc. hactpel -I1o'' ne call caltyot 373-4536 a' weyl -3r-9lla {c-2-144.)l roc.me loll quit.r ooly, Nave o'a rean, en Country Mime $103 pm morel, plws atilie s3-c (c-Sd*0.) 'Comle wied for sinmner qp. it 2 Prit. 6dr SlOG mc + bi .flh call dennis a' dane V3-f777 (t.$I+141p) Mewe feale roe-ia waste $64 mra$, 4 stIflies Cell gol at 37363OV e-S.d4p) HELP WANTED wanted: slfher ymco canp McConnell d3teda (fal),Cao lon efb M Ei4 Cammflces lock log hr a. F t.,v,. gweis to ldskn .ee .nd ecoan. heosly consue. Fulln.nd po,,-I'm n.de$ $v,t,,n.,,ono,. --lng W~e.d.y .y 21 m M, PetEr Union rce, W Tremnendot. cweer otppwruniy (e-a.lo) -owe. wwedpatl time 12 necn I3 pvw sin days a weekcl asunay Apsy I" peflon only Satumuks, Inn ItO N.E 16 Avenue (4.-ft-IC-t .i~hmei .akes feae -M~o, nih ok he, tO 104 dows per week .plypirn aia -.0n waldo rd I.STEAL TiSE HOflA 7S 71, rcentwk $1095 -2l (64)Retored value $ $600 alpine IV + V MG. A, S pals + ni's' P7-4577 (0.2dM4-p) n.ds rct r $19$0 or best ohe 37ninyl 0*p, pull nrw, oc ,,-Ir new ffOWNt M0T00S4222MW 354, (od-6Cclil09 (keep frying) (c-2a-9p 0:V. o .d--n;l. mut To, -37-727. (g-*-IC.) 74 Pig Runctoul ike now. low mieoge. $20ng-.ab Bc as PERSONAL COED's focol har removed p., "Oflefily Call E&AUnd DOw .lecroagl on ~ e e.eflenc. Cdl W2 (l-f-fl-c News Anevols Whtie Stag Speedo bo*'ng sumt, Safer' *h015 4 pew.s club AIIen',Aquaic Litril Canter $44 West Univ Ava m7-233 gr1% we can help you drug'nfo Counseling 378.PERSONAL DRAMtOUI-'ecycled, Onslque, clothing. women': chiIder'. mens, cccl wun. *a.es gowns, denmm, gobrdjine. genvlfle colts.,, tetydled econ. $5 lacald 0t17~ ow 1711h U acorn fre." univto past aft Ie 5.alIr. drmbou 1|-911 0-) GUARAM4MP Al morth working SI5 M I-,,eT 0' ., emrk a,. yo-cn pinku oil .r io 5 Nex. t ifrytel at on 135 (-i-44-D) ,.eday i) LAshwadyndfeldy.rlsundyor 22 lb If ym.ntI. il ad. "org. Lcwi*y a D'y Cleatart 2150 SW 1)1, S (I-'tO-P-. I ywre preg.y ond yes need help we Cs. Call blnhnwh. 37.ac4 11-24 I0-.) Jeste ftom 0,. 0. yo.r Ah Queen .f -y Haas ampeq, ft. 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T'he Indepcndein Florida Alligator Wadnedy, Ma 2. in r.,. is SORTS Baker wrote a7 -1 rags to riches start story By MARK JOHNSON A& teSparta Writer is may not be the classic "raps to riches" story, but the tale of Johnnycome-lattly Bruce Baker is an interesting sidelight nonetheless. Although be's been pitching fir just a few years. dhe Ireshman rightbander completely out-classed his pitching teammates this sasoe. compiling a 7-I record and a 1.51 ERA compaedto his mates' combined 5.32 mark. "I STATD ItfING in high school; I had been a catcher the last eIght years," Bakcr said. "Most of my time was just spent learnIng. and i never really came around until the last half of amy sensor season." Baker's credentials become even more surprising when one considers that liis first Iove is not baseball, but basketball. The lanky 6-frot-4 blonde played guard oji his St Luis basketball team, and he came to Gainesville with the intention of joining thu junior varsity rowindballers. Just one prbe: UF doesn't field a junior vanity team "T4DM SOURNE sent seine cllppinps down here on my baeball to give Coach Lotu an idea of my total athletic ability, and Coachi Puffer saw them and came down to see nme," Baker said. "I was told to go to junior coliqge up north, but I'm glad I didn't. Coach Poller gave me a chance to pitch and evarythkng turned out all right." Baker hasn't quite gotten oGer his "Basketball Jones," however, and he stall hasn't given up the idea of transferring to a tumor college where he could play both basketbal and baseball. 1I had coaches weilig me I couldn't make it in a mafr college In basketball My high school baseball coach told nme that my tuture lay in baseball, that nmy future was just beginning there. But i'm still going to try out next year ill basketball." BAKER NOT ONLY had to overcome a decided lack of experience this season, but also a touch of monoeudeless. which kept him out of action fbr much of the Gator's fall exhibition season. Rut come January. Baker was hard at work atgamn and the result was a surprising freshman season surrng to everyone except Raker, that is. "At the beginning of the scasoti I would have been surprised, but I saw other pitchers from other teems and they didn't impress nme that much," Baker sahd. "I guess I didn't realize how much I'd improved. Now I think lecan be as good as any college pitcher in baseball if I work at it. "I've had a lot of breaks this scasa., and I had a couple easy wins later on. 0* course, my early wins were all IiI innings, all complete games. Also, the other guys knew when they were going to start, butti never knew when I was going to see action. It kind of puts pressure on 70U." 1Wnhls b bW.I (See 'iaker,' page 16) ESHMAN ueGHuHAnii ueUCEumDlin 11 MOION .outclassed pfldhigimemmalswiS 1.51 ERA 4 to

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P94,b Inheieden* N.dd. Milgear. Wedu,.day. Moy 23, 397 Gators Phil Hancock and Andy Bean of UF, medalist and runner up in the Southeastern Conference (SEC) tournament, pace the 1975 All-. SEC golf team selected by the 10 S EC coaches. Cater Dennis Sullivan also made the on A team. In SEC track, the Gazors placed four on the 3975 team. Bob Rambo and Will Freeman. were second in the intermediate hurdles and pole vault, respectively, while Steve I -SEC squads Uomct .nmd Bilk Ksovach )laCed third in the 880 and the discus, respectively,. Hancock tired a two-underpar 214 for the three rounds at the Olympia Sp. cours, itt Dothan. Ala. while Bean shot a 215 to lead the Gstors to their third straight cham.pionship. Sullivan shot 222. In track. the Tennessee Volunteers dominated the 'quad with a total of 39 men on a team of 52 composed of the first three finishers in the IS individual events. oting tournaierit o ili are planned for the remainder of the quarter. They are free to enter and will take place at the JWRU lanes. Men's and w onen's doubles will be Wednesday,. May 28 and June 4. at 6:30 pmStudent Wives Doubles wIll be Thursday. May 29 and June 5 at 7 p.m. Mixed doubles including faculty. %tatT. students and spouses ,.tll bowl Sunday, June I and 8. For more information and sign-up contact the IM office, 229 Florida Gym, 392-0581. (from page 15) RAKER IS NOT a strike-out pitcher by any means -he had only 27 K-rations in 71 and one-third innings worked this year -but he only walked 23 batters, lowest of the staffs six main pitchers. He considers his control and his speed to be two of his biggest assets, although he's had trouble gaining the reputation of being a power pitcher. "I used to tell the battens I was going to threw the fastball and Jusn rare back and throw It. but I can't do that hern," Baker said. "I was kind of dismayed because everyone said I had a lot of slow stuff. I think the fact that I had mono in the tall had a lot to do with it. I'm just now starting to get my fastball back." Does Raker have any intentions of playing pro baseball after graduation? "MAYBE EIEN BEFORE graduation." he said. "'m going to have to improve an awful lot, but considering the jump i've made from being a 'good' high school pitcher to a major college ia. "If I keep improving like this. I think I'll be able to play pto baseball. That's what I want most right now, that's what I'm working for." Right now, however, Baker is looking forward to next spring and the promise of a brand new season. "Pd say we'll have, if not the top, one of the top pitching staffs in the Southeastern Conference," he said. "That may surprised lot of people, but we're young and We're going to get better, especially if we can get a few junior college pitchirn. There's going to be a complete hunaond." p 'Baker I N T A URLB l C-