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Responded to students questions with strong emotions

By JOANNE KOHL
Alligator Staff Writer
UF students, whether they are the president
of the student body or the editor of The
Alligator, are finding they have a better
chance of landing a job after graduation if
they did more in college than just study.
their grades may drop, they may miss a few
classes, but according to Maurice Mayberry.
UF Career Planning and Placement Center
director, those students who are involved in a
lot of outside activities have an important
advantage in most job interviews.
THE MORE AN occupation is people
oriented, the less important the gradg is,
Mayberry said. "If the field is subject
oriented, such as chemistry, grades are more
important.
Outside activities represent the student's
effort to go above and beyond whats required
of him. It shows enterprise.
The tight job market is affecting employers
attitude about grades, Mayberry added.
EMPLOYERS ARE leaning more heavily
on grades as a sign of success in pursuance of
goals," he said. /
The'medical college admissions office looks
for signs of unselfishness and sympathy in its
candidates. Dean C. A. Stetson of UFs
medical college explained.
We do pay attention to grades," Stetson
explained. "But getting into medical school
takes more than brains. Service activities,-
such as tutoring, hospital work, and volunteer
activities are signs of a willingness to go
beyond yourself and think of others."

Outside activities enhance job chances

ANY SIGN OF excellence is highly
regarded, too, he added. People with the
drive to be a chess champion or something
like that usually do well in medical school.
However, students who want to get into law
school should concentrate on their grades,
admissions officer Joyce Kates said.
The only time we consider outside ac activities
tivities activities is when an application is on hold, and
only 20 per cent of the incoming students are
these applicants.

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GATOR FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE end
Mark Maynor spends about three hours every
day in football practice, but it hasnt brought
his grade point average down.
If my grades began to slip, Id quit,
Maynor said.
Attending school on a football scholarship,
Maynor is majoring-in English, and wants to
go to law school.
SUE CLINE USUALLY studies during the
early hours of the morning. As Student Senate

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Hearing ends
Phillips: I had
to give an
honest answer
By DAVID KLEIN
Alfigator Staff Writer
Former Santa Fe police academy coordinator Robert
Phillips testified at his own hearing Wednesday that when
asked a question by the news media, I felt I had to give an
honest answer.
The honest answer Phillips gave two months ago to the
Gainesville Sun forced his resignation from the pjlice
academy, and caused his suspension without pay from his job
as a Santa Fe Community College law cement instructor.
PHILLIPS TOLD the Sun on Sept. 13 he had smoked and
enjoyed marijuana for -wo and a half years.
Three days later the Santa Fe administration suspended
Phillips, and the colleges law enforcement advisory com committee
mittee committee accepted his resignation from the police academy.
Santa Fe President Alan J. Robertson asked the college's
board of trustees to fire Phillips, a tenured professor, because
his admission of marijuana use made him useless as a law
enforcement instructor.
Phillips requested a full hearing, and this began Tuesday.
It ended Wednesday soon after Phillips testified. The hearing
officer, Ken Oertel, must decide whether or not to recom recommend
mend recommend Phillips be fired. He is expected to hand down a
decision within a month.
THE HEARING LASTED eight hours Tuesday, but only
three hours Wednesday. The interrogation of Phillips took
most of that time.
A police officer is still a citizen, the former police
academy director said. He has the right, the freedom of
(See Phillips' page 10)

president pro tern, vice-president ot
Savant, executive vice-president of Young
Democrats, and member of numerous student
senate committees, Cline usually spends about
nine hours daily with Student Government
business.
If Im not accomplishing something, I'm
not producing and I dont feel satisfied with
myself, Cline said. It gives me a lot of
satisfaction to see a bill passed, a goal ac accomplished.
complished. accomplished.
This is my test quarter, Cline explained.
This is her first quarter in law school,with a
13-hour load. Whether I cut down on my
extracurricular activities or not depends on
my grades this quarter
STUDENT BODY VICE President Dan
Lobeck is taking 12 hours of classes, down
from his usual 16 hour load.
I wont pretend that my grades havent
suffered, Lobeck said. The main reason
Im here is to learn how to be a lawyer, and to
deal with people.
Im doing this (SG work) for my own
personal satisfaction, too. I enjoy serving the
student body, Lobeck added. To some
people that get elected. Student Government
is just another line on their resumes. They
come in for a few minutes every day, check
their mailboxes and leave.
THEYRE NOT COMMITTED and that
cheats the student body.
Alligator Editor-in-Chief Tom Shroder
admitted he didnt like getting Cs, but I
usually take a deep breath when I get my
(See Activities page 19)

THURSDAY
NOV. 20 1975
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Terrorists:
Attacks increase in U.S.
WASHINGTON (UPI) FBI Director Clarence Kelley
said Wednesday there has been a sharp increase this year
in the number of terrorist bombings in America by new left
revolutionaries.
Kelley told the Senate Internal Security subcommittee
that a number of terrorist groups have spread across our
nation and had received both moral and material
support from some segments of the American public.
He did not name which segments he was talking about.
Bombings by new left revolutionaries are now on the
increase, Kelley said.
He said there were 46 terrorist bombings in just the first
six months of this year, one more than the total 45 such
incidents records in all of 1974. In 1973 there were 24
bombings claimed by or attributed to terrorist groups.
Kelley also denied during a brief conversation with
reporters that the FBI was engaged in terrorist activities in
an effort to trap suspect terrorists.
I can say categorically that we do not have
provocateurs...who are going around engaging in terrorist
activity, he said.
Population:
Growth increases war risk
WASHINGTON (UPI) Current population growth
rates in developing countries together with the
proliferation of sophisticated weapons increase the risk of
war, the chairman of the U.S. Council on Environmental
Quality said Wednesday.
There are 4 billion people inhabiting earth and Dr.
Russell Peterson said about 70 percent of those people live
in the developing nations. At present rates of growth, he
said the developing countries will hold 82 per cent of the
global population in 35 years.
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CIA report out today.

U.S. okayed Castro hit

WASHINGTON (UPI)An emissary who said he had been
sent by then-Attomey General Robert Kennedy reportedly
assured a Cuban CIA agent the plot to assassinate Premier
Fidel Castro was approved by high U.S: officials,
Congressional sources said Wednesday.
The sources said the assurances were conveyed to the Cuban
agent at a meeting in Paris, Oct. 29, 1963 less than a month
before President John Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas.
Sen. Edward Kennedy however testified earlier before the
select committee he had no evidence his older brothes,
President Kennedy or Robert Kennedy, would have sanc sanctioned
tioned sanctioned such schemes.
Senate investigators, the sources added, have reason to
believe the Cuban may have been a double agent who kept
Premier Fidel Castro informed of CIA schemes to assassinate
him. Castro has claimed there were 100 plots against his life.
Continuing allegations Resident Kennedys assassination on
Nov. 22, 1963, may have been connected with Cuba, promp prompted
ted prompted the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to create a
subcommittee, under the diairmanship of Sen. Richard Sch Schweiker,
weiker, Schweiker, R-Pa., to investigate possible links.
Premier Fidel Castro denied to Sen. George McGovern,
D-S.D., this year he was responsible in any way for Ken Kennedys
nedys Kennedys death. McGovern reported Castro told him that to
assassinate Kennedy would have spelled serious trouble for
Havana.
Officials at the Senate select committee declined to comment
on the report about the Cuban agent. It could not be
Askew kicks off
disclosure drive

TALLAHASSEE (UPI)
Gov. Reubin Askew collected
his first signatures Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in a petition drive to
enact by popular vote a
sunshine in politics
provision which is tougher on
dishonest public officials than
ones repeatedly rejected by
the legislature.
Askews wife, Donna Lou,
was the first and Askew the
second to sign one of the
postcard petitions for a public
vote next year which if
successful would give Florida
one of the stiffest laws in the
nation for ethical conduct of
politicians.
Not only would it throw the
fight od day on politicians
while they are in office, but
keep them from cashing in on
these contracts through
lobbying or other
representation for two years
after they leave office.
This is the biggest most
positive step we can take to
restore confidence in

government at every level,
Askew told a Capitol news
conference that kicked off the
drive for signatures of 210,000
registered voters in half the
states 15 congressional
districts to put the amend amendment
ment amendment on the November 1976
ballot.

House panel okays tax bill
without Ford's budget ceiling

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The House Rules
Committee Wednesday cleared a massive tax
revision bill for House floor action, but
refused to allow a vote to include President
Bards proposed $395 billion spending ceiling.
The rules panels action means the 674-
page billincluding an extension of 1975
recession-fighting tax cutswas likely to
reach the House floor in early December
after Congress returns from its Thanksgiving
recess. 6
In a victory for tax reformers, the com committee
mittee committee voted to allow liberals to offer a series
of amendments to strengthen the reform

The Senate is to meet in secret session Thursday morning to
consider the assassination report which is said to be about 500
pages long. It is to be made public later in the day.
At one point, the sources said, the agent demanded proof the
assassination schemes had the backing of high U.S.
authorities. These were conveyed by an unnamed emmissary
who said he came especially from the Attorney General.
Senate investigators reportedly have had difficulty in tracing
the authority under which the CIA developed schemes to
assassinate such foreign leaders as Castro, Congo Premier
Patrice Lumumba, Dominican Republic dictator Rafael
Trujillo and others.
Reagan to open
campaign today
WASHINGTON (UPl)Ronald Reagan, convinced he can
depose President Ford and beat the Democrats, will formally
open his campaign Thursday for the Republican Presidential
nomination.
Reagan is scheduled to make his long-anticipated an announcement
nouncement announcement at a Washington news conference.
Reagan plans speeches and news conferences in Florida and
New Hampshire-two states which hold very early bdlweather
primaries.
Some conservative strategists consider Florida and New
Hampshire fertile campaign grounds for Reagan where he
could damage and possibly cripple Fords hopes of winning
the GOP nomination and seeking a Presidential term in his
own right.
Reagan served eight years as governor of California, the
nations most populous state, after a career as a motion
picture and television actor which spanned nearly three
decades.
Reagan has been urged by conservatives to make
the race almost since Ford took office, but insisted on waiting
until a series of polls taken in key areas could convince him
that there was a chance to beat Ford and any contender the
Democrats nominate.

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sections of the bill.
But the panel rejected all but one of the
amendments proposed by conservatives,
including two that would have eased the effect
on the Ways and Means committees decision
to curb tax shelters in the oil and gas industry.
Rules committee action came rapidly after
Democrats on the Ways and Means com committee
mittee committee rejected the obvious sentiment on the
Rules panel to split the tax cut portion of the
bill from the remaining sections dealing with
revisions of the Internal Revenue Code. The
Democrats feared the tax cut would pass
quickly but the limited reforms in the bill
would die.



Thursday, Novambar 20, 1975

Grade inflation worries UF administrators

By GARRY HART
Allgator Staff W riter
UF faculty and administratorscrying grade inflation
say they are worried about the trend toward higher grades at
the state universities.
More than 58 percent of UF students received As and Bs
in the fall of 1974, a 10 per cent increase in 10 years, while
only eight per cent got 0s or ETs last fall.
ALMOST EVERY university in the state experienced at
least three to four per cent inflation in higher grades.
The greatest grade increase was at Florida Atlantic
University, where they *ere 13 per cent more As and Bs than
in 1969. The only school to experience a decrease was Florida
State, where the As and Bs were down four per cent.
UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said he is
concerned about the statistics, but surprised the figure isnt
higher.
ITS A CHRONIC problem, Hanson said. Weve been
looking at it for many years. Its a national concern.
Hanson said there was pressure on the faculty as part of the
cause of higher grades.
He said the faculty feel the pressure from the students who
want good grade point averages to show any prospective
employers.
BUT I HATE to say there is blame, he added, referring
to the professors. Its mainly a matter of how they choose to
use the grades.
Some professors have psychological reasons for not
discouraging students. And some want to grade on die basis
of student potential, he said.
Dr. G.E. Tully, regent director of educational research,
said the grade inflation is of continuing concern for the
board members.
TULLY SAID some of the main causes are the changing
practices toward finals like waiving finals, take-home finals
and substituting projects for finals.
He also mentioned the tendency to contract grading and a
lack of interest cm the part of the faculty.
At least one UF professor is not concerned, but she is also
surprised that the number is not higher.
DR. BETTY STEVENS, an associate professor of
behavioral studies, is impressed with the ability of her
students and expects them to do good.
Todays students are more able and with more able
students, you should have more higher grades, die said..
I get some papers in my dass that I could not have done as
an undergraduate, she testified.
NEVERTHELESS, administrators are concerned with the
growing number of higher grades and have made several
recommendations to curb this rise.
Tully has recommended that the universities make the
faculty aware of the percentages of grades given out each
quarter.
He also suggested the Regents make a periodic review to
monitor the grading trends.
HANSON SAID UF has done things to cut down on
people who receive high honors at graduation, but he balks
at the idea of establishing quotas on grades.
My recommendation is that the students be numbered
and given a ranking, he said.
But he said nothing could be done but make the professors
aware of the situation.
We just have to try to emphasize to the faculty to give
grades that the students deserve, he said.

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11969 1974
AS C PE AB c DE
FAU 497 32.5 10.8 62 14 5
FSU 60 26.9 8.6 56 12 5
FIU 53.4 28.6 12.0 56 16 7
UF 54.3 33.1 10.9 58 15 8
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Deans recommend grades remain
basis for upper division entrance

By AL ELKINS
Allgator Staff Writer
The Council of Academic Deans recommended to UF
President Robert Marston Wednesday that grades remain die
major standard for admission of community college transfers
to UF upper division colleges.
A counter-proposal that admission be determined by per performance
formance performance or achievement tests was rejected three weeks ago.
*
UF STUDENTS will continue to face current admission
policies of the college they apply to, but community college
transfer studentswill be accepted on a basis of grade point
average, courses completed and their rank in their graduating
class the council recommended.

Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said UF
would take into account a transfer student's standing in his
class because it would be "taking the judgement of the faculty
of the community colleges.
Biyan also said by requiring certain courses to be completed,
UF can get students to come to the school before they apply to
an upper division college.

TAKE DR. CHARLES Cornelius in the vet program. He
requires an animal science course to enter the Vet School. The
course is not offered in any Florida community college, so the
student must come to UF, Bryan said.
Bryan added, by showing community college students en entrance
trance entrance requirements for each upper division college, UF is
"educating the students.
What they would like is a simple statement, 'Yeah, okay,
everyone with a 2.0 grade point average can get in, Bryan
said.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (UC) Dean Bob Burton Brown
said the grade average was worthless criteria for entering a
university. Brown added he hopes UF would not emphasize
grade averages in its admissions policy.
Bryan said using merely grade point averages and the
students Associate of Arts degree received from his com community
munity community college were unfair entrance requirements.
"If we use just grades and the A. A., its unfair to community
colleges because of the wide disparity of grading in the states
(See Grades page 20)

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This chart represents the
percentage of grade
inflation within the State
University System. The
comparison was made
between overall per percentages
centages percentages in 1969 and
1974.

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York requests
elimination
of 'deadwood'
Curriculum house cleaning at UF is around
the comer following a request by State
University System Chancellor E.T. York to
screen out courses not considered essential io
higher education.
York said remedial type courses offered
elsewhere than the university system would be
best dropped.
YORK SAID HIS staff has not determined if
any courses in the university system are
useless, and that he was only recommending
to the Council of Presidents to look into the
matter.
UF Vice President for Academic Affairs
Robert Bryan said he encouraged the
University Curriculum Committee to get rid
of courses he called deadwood.
For example, we used to have a course
called flycasting. And every
statistics course was taught by a different
department. It was this kind of redundancy
that has to be eliminated, Bryan said.

Group studies UF transportation problems

By KEN LAMB
Allgator Staff Writer
'
Students account for approximately 75 per cent of all
campus traffic while 88 per cent of their traveling is done by
automobile.
These are part of the statistical results reported to the UF
Transportation Committee Wednesday as part of a study to
determine the transportation needs of UF over the next 15 to
20 years.
THE PROJECT focuses on the medium and long range
transportation needs for the university, and so far only data
has been gathered to build computer models dealing with
mass transit, automobile use, and general parking problems.
The immediate causes of UF traffic problems were cited as
the poor transit now available, congestion from traffic
merely driving across the university, too much reliance on
automobiles, and too many cars trying to use too few parking
spaces.
There was no other source for this data, investigator
Robert Siegel told the committee, so we had to start our own
study to determine the use of the campus transportation

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BRYAN COULD NOT, however, specifically
name any courses now being taught that
would be classified as deadwood.
Bryan added if a course is not registered for
five years, it is dropped from the UF catalog.
Assistant Vice President for Academic
Affairs Gene Hemp said it would be up to the
curriculum committee to decide what courses,
if any, should be eliminated.

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facilities, and identify problem areas.
THE STUDY showed only two per cent of campus travel is
handled by bus.
One member pointed out using buses is an expensive
proposition if they are seldom used.
Siegel retorted, Thats a decision you have tt make.
Youre the decision makers.
THE STUDY noted traffic was most intense at noon hours
and declined sharply after four oclock.
Trip volume, when broken down by hours, was highest
between noon and one oclock, and declined to only 44 per
cent of that colume by 4 p.m.
Despite the fact, faculty reports indicate they have the
greatest trip volume at the end of the six oclock hour, Siegel
explained. We have conflicting data indicating the rush has
significantly declined by four.
ALTERNATIVES to be considered will be to reschedule
dasses later in the afternoon, stop non-university people from
using the universitys roadway during peak usage times, and
improving facility utilization to provide for less travel between
buildings as students attend classes.
Siegel asked the group, Are you going to make this a price

Student claims
police sprayed
mace at concert
By DANNY LEWIS
Alligator Staff Writer
University Police Department (UPD) is
currently investigating a UF students claim
that an unidentifiedUPDofficer sprayed mace
in his face during the Chicago concert
Sunday.
Richard Sprafkin, 1725 NW 3 Place, said he
was standing by one of the gates outside the
north wall of Florida Field trying to see the
band when the UPD officer sprayed mace in
his face.
SPRAFKIN WAS NEVER arrested or
charged with any crime. He said he did not
see the officer who sprayed the mace because
it was sprayed from behind the wall.
However Sprafkin said he was standing on a
barrel outside the stadium to see over the
fence when he saw the officer approaching
him.
UPD Sgt. Jesse Lee is investigating the

oriented thing, by charging $l5O for an OB(officials business)
decal? Are you going to assign certain priorities for parking?
Will the students come first, or the faculty?
These and any other questions concerning the establish establishment
ment establishment of transport ation priorities will be decided by the group
within the next two to three weeks.
THE CONSULTANTS making the study are leaning
toward allowing transportation priorities to be set up by the
UF administration and told the committee they were merely
going to produce their models along the guidelines
established by the committee.
We dont want to go before Student Government, or
students, or the faculty, because we get such diverse
opinions, Siegel explained.
This remark was quickly rebuffed by a committee member
who remarked, We have an open campus, and well go to the
campus to get input
Although no plans were made at the meeting to get campus
input, several members said such action would be taken
before any guidelines were issued to the consultants.
These guidelines will be delivered within the next 15 to 30
days, through the vice presidents of the university.

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incident. He said he now knows what
happened, but he would not release any
details.
THERE WAS SOME mace sprayed." Lee
said.
When an officer sprays mace, he is supposed
to write a report, but no report Was made out
Lee added.
Sprafkin said after he saw the officer coming
towards him, he turned and walked away
from the wall.
I FELT ,MY BACK getting wet and
w ondered why, so I turned around and got
mace squirted in my face, Sprafkin said.
Sprafkin filed a complaint with UPD on
Sunday, but on Wednesday he claimed the
police had made little progress in the in investigation.
vestigation. investigation.
Its been days since I reported the spraying,
and they still havent found out who did it,"
he said.
THE INVESTIGATION report will be
turned over to UPD Chief Audie Shuler to
determine whether disciplinary action is
necessary, Lee said Wednesday.
Shuler said Wednesday afternoon he had not
received any report on the investigation.
Using mace without adequate reason and
not reporting its use against regulations,
Shuler said.
An officer who failed to follow rules in the
manual would be subject to disciplinary
action, Shuler said.



Thursday, November 20, 1975

The Racism of Anti-Zionism
by George F. Will;
Commentary from the Gainesville Sun
WASHINGTON ln the mid 17th century, Oliver Cromwell
contemplated exterminating the Irish and settling Ireland with
Europes persecuted Jews. Regarding the Irish, the plan appealed
to Cromwell's passionate side. Regarding the Jews, the plan
appealed to his common sense.
It acknowledged that the Jewish peoplewere, indeed a "people."
Possessing a common past and culture, they lacked only land,
which is not the essence of a nation. The Jews were a nation in
need of a home.
More than 300 years later the Jewish people and the legitimacy
of their nationalism, are under attack in the organization
misleadingly named the United Nations. A U.N. committee has
voted 70-29 to declare that Zionism is a form of racism. This move
was sponsored by Arab regimes and was supported primarily by
dictatorial regimes China and Chile, the Soviet Union and Spain.
I REFER TO regimes, not nations, because given the nature of the
regimes of U.N. members, there are very few nations meaning
peoples represented there. The vote censuring Zionism was a
vote by numerous regimes, representing nothing but themselves,
against a single nation, Israel.
The U.N. majority of dictatorial regimes is guilty of many things,
but not of sincerity. Those regimes, know that Zionism, far from
being racism, is an especially defensible form of nationalism...'
To call Zionism racism is *o assert that Jews are held together,
where they are held together, by "racial affinity," whatever that
means. And it is to assert that Israel is an expression of racial, as
opposed to cultural and especially religious cohesion. In fact,
Israel is a religious state in somewhat the same sense that Spain,
after a series of concordats with Rome, is a Catholic state. Every
nation's laws am to some extent authoritative expressions of
values, and Israel's taws are anchored in a particular religious
expression of values...
Most U.N. members are police regimes. Many of these regimes
rule over ersatz nations. Many use iheir energies to pound together
human elements that lack cultural affinities. To such regimes Israel, a
real nation, is either unintelligible, or a reproach. Regimes resting on onforce
force onforce are bound to find fault with the rich legitimizing sources of lsrae''s
nationhood.
Israel became a nation after the U.N. was bom. But in a sense
Israel is one of the oldest nations (with Egypt and China)
represented there. One hundred years hence, if historians bother to
remember it as a mob of regimes representing force without
legitimacy, all power and no authority, venting their rage against
one of the few nations truly represented there.

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When the Jews, exiled from their land in the seventh century
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also prayed and sought ways to go home, that was Zionism.
When in a mass revolt against their exile they returned and
rebuilt the Temple and re-established their State, that was Zionism.
When they were the last people in the entire Mediterranean
basin to resist the forces of .the Roman Empire and to struggle for
independence, that was Zionism.
When for centuries after the Roman conquest they refused to
surrender and rebelled again and again against the invaders, that
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When, uprooted from thei r land by the conquerors and dispersed
by them all over the world, they continued to dream and to strive to
Israel, that was Zionism.
When, during the long succession of foreign invaders, they tried
repeat edly to regain sovereignty at least in part of their homeland,
that was Zionism.

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When they volunteered from Palestine and from all over the
world to establish Jewish armies that fought on the side of the Allies
in the First World War and helped to end Ottoman subjugation, that
was Zionism.
When they formed the Jewish Brigade in the Second World War
to fight Hitler, while Arab leaders supported him, that was Zionism.
When Jews went to gas chambers with the name of Jerusalem on
their lips, that was Zionism.
When, in the forests of Russia and the Ukraine and other parts of
_ East Europe, Jewish partisans battled the Germans and sang of the
. land where palms are growing that was Zionism.
When Jews fought British colonialism while the Arabs of
Palestine and the neighboring Arab States were being helped by it,
that was Zionism.
Zionism is one of the world's oldest anti-imperialist movements.
It aims at securing for the Jewish people the rights possessed by
other nations. It harbors malice towards none. It seeks co cooperation
operation cooperation and understanding with the Arab peoples and with their
national movements.
Zionism is as sacred to the Jewish people as the national
liberation movements are to the nations of Africa and Asia. Even if
the Arab States are locked today in conflict with the Jewish national
liberation movement, they must not stoop in their attitude towords it
to the fanatacism and barbarism of the Nazis. If there is to be hope
for peace in the Middle East, there must be between Israel and the
Arab States mutual respect for each other's sacred national
valuesnot distortion and abuse.
Zionism was not bom in the Jewish ghettoes of Europe, but on the
battlefield against imperialism in ancient Israel. It is not on out outmoded
moded outmoded nationalistic revival but an unparalleled epic of centuries of
resistance to force and bondage. Those -who attack it, attack the
fundamental principles and provisions of the United Nations
Charter.

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Students get high credit ratings
from most Gainesville stores

By ANNE SOMMERS
Allgator Staff Writer
Charge cards may not be better than money, as credit
advertisements claim, but for some UF students* they are
easier to come by. 1 ; |C/ r
All Gainesville merchants surveyed recently reacted
favorably to granting credit to students, either under their
own names if they have a good credit rating and a source of
income, or under their parents name.
CLOTHING, JEWELRY and sports stores with students as
credit customers agree that students are generally good credit
risks, and student charge accounts definitely a boom to their
businesses.
Its more difficult to get a credit card at gas stations,
however, since oil companies have tightened up their
requirements for getting credit.
William Schaub, Maas Brothers vice-president, said his
company welcomes student accounts, but only if the student
can protect his credit rating.
WE ARE GLAD to open a charge account for students as
long as they can protect it. If a student fails to make his
payments it can hurt him for the rest of his life. Sometimes
even slow payments can hurt a persons credit rating,
Schaub said.
Bill Donigan, owner of Donigans, 1123 W. Univ. Ave., said
his store welcomes student accounts, but also worries about
students overextending themselves.
Look even some adults go bananas, but as long as a
person is responsible and stays within guidelines everything is
okay, Donigan said.
SCHAUB SAID he believed that since college students
were generally more intelligent than most people in a com community,
munity, community, they tend to be wiser about handling their money.
Schaub said that at one time Maas Brothers solicited
upper-class students as credit customers, but he is not sure if

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the store still does.
He said the main thing Maas Brothers takes into con consideration
sideration consideration when considering a new account is the person s
ability to pay.
THEY HAVE TO be able to show some income, not-a
great amount, but some. It does usually work against p
student that he has no credit rating or no income, but there
are also some (who apply) with an income and a bad credit
record, he said.
Schaub said most new accounts are "flexible and the new
customer is allowed up to SIOO in credit. After the customer
has proven his ability to pay he is given a regular account with
unlimited credit, usually at the end of one year.
Donigans welcomes student accounts when the student can
provide references from other stores or their banks. When a
st udent cannot provide references in his or her own name, an
account can be opened in a parents name.
OUR STUDENTS are generally reliable, but we check
them out thoroughly before we open an account. We always
get recommendations and then check them out. We also get
parental approval before we allow any charges, Donigan
said.
Donigan said that although student charges do not make
up more than 15 per cent of his total business, it still means a
lot of money when a store takes in around SIOO,OOO a year.
Although major oil companies were eager for students to
have their credit cards in the early 7os, things have changed
since the gas shortage. Gasoline credit cards are no longer
easy to obtain. j
BILL MACKEY, manager of a Shell station, said Shell <
cards have become very difficult to get.
Weve had trouble with people paying their bills. When r
you have 2 million cards out with S4O-SSO worth of gas on f
them youre talking about a lot of money, he said.
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Sunoco station manager Marvin Graham said credit cards
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prefers them to cash.
If a credit slip is properly filled out, there is no one who
can steal it. Ive been hit twice by people hanging around the
cash register, he said.

Thursday, Novambor 20, 1975



Thursday, November 20, 1975

Liaison officer
caught in city,
SG controversy
By ROSEMARY GOUDREAU
Allgator Staff Writer
Student Government City Liaison Officer Harry Bosnian is
caught in the middle of answering a swirling controversy.
City Commissioners say he is not doing the job he is being
paid to do, SG officials defend his performance, and Bosnian
maintains the charges against him are unwarranted personal
attacks.
CITY COMMISSIONER RUSSEL RAMSEY has charged
- Bosnian with non-performance of liaison officer duties, which
include not attending meetings, taking political stands on
issues and not meeting with the city manager.
Ramsey said Bosman is supposed to keep the commission
aware of student opinion but is not supposed to urge a
political course of action.
Monday night Mayor-Commissioner Joseph Little rein reinforced
forced reinforced the citys position by saying, Political matters per performed
formed performed by the liaison person could damage the relationship
between the students and the city if the person takes a strong
position. It would be better to have the president or vice
president speak, leaving the liaison officer politically
neutral.
REPLYING TO CHARGES of not attending the city
meetings, Bosman said, Maybe 1 was late or had to leave
early. Or I could have been in the hallway having a cigarette.
Bosman said he has attended all city meetings but two, and
that his staff was present at those two.
Ramsey also said that Bosman was supposed to prepare
staff reports and meet with City Manager B. Harold Farmer,
but that he was not doing this.
FARMER WAS UNAVAILABLE for comment on
Ramseys statement but his secretary, Billie Carlton, said
Bosman rarely makes appointments to see Farmer.
Ramsey said, Im the one who first conceived the idea of a
liaison officer. The commission approved it and a rate of pay
was established that SG could not match, but I felt the officer
would deserve it because of all the staff work involved.
The city pays Bosman SSOO annually and SG pays him SBO
quarterly.
ONE OF THE ROLES of the liaison by Bosnian's
definition is to keep SG officials aware of city issues con concerning
cerning concerning UF.
But SG Vice President Dan Lobeck was informed of city
action on the repeal of the Sunday alcohol ban of which
Lobeck was a strong proponent.
Late afternoon, the day of the repeal vote, Lobeck ex expressed
pressed expressed complete surprise when told the vote was scheduled
for that night.
LOBECK COMMENTED that he would have to cancel a
debate on the liquor ban scheduled for that night in order to
attend the commission meeting.
When asked about Bosnian's failure to inform him of the
vote, Lobeck, who initiated SG action for Sunday liquor sales,
said. Maybe Harry told me about it and I forgot."
Bosman, when asked if he had informed Lobeck appeared
fluttered and said,l dont remember when I told Lobeck
about the vote.
THE UF STUDENT SENATE Tuesday passed a resolution
condemning City Commissioner Russel Ramsey for his
blatant and unwarranted attack" on Bosman.
Senate President Pro fern Sue Cline said the senate was
backing Bosmans political action 100 per cent.
Cline said, Harry has assured me that either he or his staff
is present at all meetings when something is of concern to UF
students."
Although Bosman said he checks the agenda for matters
concerning UF students, he had no comment" when asked
why he, as a representative of SG made no stand throughout
October on the Norman Hall land-swap offers, which the
Education Student Council expressed concern about.
The council wrote UF fresident Robert Marston on Oct. 29
about his inability to strike a deal with the city to obtain
Norman Hall land.
Lobeck said, He (Bosman) should have checked the
Norman Hall land situation."
Ramsey added, "If SG continues with this kind of
emotional position, eventually,the other commissioners, I
expect, will move to have the liaison position abolished."
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editorials- opinions

Justice
Nolen Freeman, chief of the Gainesville police
department, made a public ass of himself
Tuesday.
That would not necessarily be an occassion for
concern, but in this case Freemans foolishness
threatens to destroy the career of a responsible,
valuable member of the community.
The career belongs to Robert Phillips, suspended
from his job as police academy instructor at Sante
Fe Community College after he admitted in a
newspaper interview that he has used marijuana.
Sante Fe President Alan Robertson has asked the
colleges board of trustees to fire Phillips. The
tenured instructor, fighting to keep his job,
requested a hearing that began Tuesday and
concluded yesterday.
Robertsons primary argument is that Phillips
admitted use of pot renders him useless as an
instructor because area law enforcement agencies
will withdraw their support from the academy.
Freeman and four other area law enforcement
officials testified Tuesday that, although Phillips
has done a competent job training their officers,
he lost his credibility with them when he admitted
he has used pot.
Its just like if a man admits committing four or
five murders. You may not catch him at it, but if
hes done it, you dont want him teaching in class.
Its the same difference, Freeman said.
With that kind of logic, Freeman announced that
if Phillips is retained as a law enforcement in instructor,
structor, instructor, he will withdraw his support from the
academy.
So the chief of the Gainesville police department
equates the use of marijuana with the commission
of multiple munjers.
By Freemans logic, have the several state
legislatures, including Floridas, which have
lowered or abolished penalities for possession of
marijuana done the equivalent of sanctioning
mass murder? Its the same difference, right?
Os course, Phillips has testified he never ad advocated
vocated advocated to his classes the violation of any law and
no evidence to the contrary was offered at the
hearing. It also must be remehibered that Phillips
has not been arrested for violating marijuana laws.
He is charged with no crime.
If the chiefs and sheriffs are worried that
Phillips instills in their cadets a disregard for the
law, why dont they fire from their forces the
hundreds of officers Phillips has helped train since
1973? That would be difficult because the chiefs
unanimously agreed Phillips performed com competently
petently competently as a law enforcement instructor.
State hearing examiner Ken Oertel is expected
to make a recommendation to the Sante Fe board
of trustees about Phillips case within a month.
We believe Oertel, in reaching his decision,
should lend little credence to the illogical
arguments raised by our own Nolen Freeman and
his colleagues. Instead, we think justcie would be
better served if Oertel adopted the view of Florida
State University criminologist George Kirkham.
As a private citizen, Mr. Phillips should be tree
to express whatever views he wishes without
reprisals being taken against him, Kirkham said.
Further, If todays police officer is so terribly
naive that he might be tainted by a course
discussion, then we are in trouble.
Whatever the outcome, its sad that it took a
high falutin Ph. D from Tallahassee to say what
any hometown fellow with a lick of sense should
have known all along.

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Self-respect and good vibes

When I was younger, I used to put myself down a lot. My
mother would say, Thats whats wrong with you, you dope!
If you dont like yourself, who will?
While Moms advice was not expressed in very encouraging
terms, she had a point. Self-deprication is a bad habit that
makes it harder for others to respect you.
We all fall into the trap at one time or another. In order to
build another person up, we put ourselves down. "Oh, thats
we enthuse over a friends book report. "I could never
do anything that good!
HOW ABOUT this one? Youre late for an exam. Rushing
madly, you spray Arrid Extra Dry in your eye, drop your
books, and then rip off one whole pant leg in your bicycle
chain.
You start cursing like a trooper. Who or what do you
curse? Your bicycle? Your teacher? Well. Ill tell you who I
curse. "Goddamn you Janis, this is all your fault, you flying
douche. Youve done it again!
If a friend of mine did the same thing, what would I say?
Hey, its okay, sister. I know youre upset but youll get to
dass. You can do it.
WELL, IF I can accept my friends shortcomings that
easily, why cant I do the same for myself? Why not treat
myself with the same respect? Like they say, "You are (or can
be) your own best friend.
If Im in good with myself, 1 can take on the world. Once 1
forget about putting myself down, I can deal with the issues.
The problem themselves are not important--its my attitude
toward them that counts.
Some of the most unhappy people I know actually have the
fewest problems. But their attitudes are as real as any ex external
ternal external difficulties. Its easy to say, Youve got a bad at attitude.
titude. attitude. But ones outlook is harder to change than an op oppressive
pressive oppressive situation.
FOR EXAMPLE: Suppose youre standing in line at the
Hub. Somebody dbows ahead of you in line. How do vou
handle it?
If youre really down on yourself, you will probably just
sand there and fume inwardly, thinking Its no use anyways
I cant do anything about it. They wouldnt listen to me.
But there are other alternatives. You could tap the of offending
fending offending person on the shoulder and say, You just cut ahead
to me, and I dont like that. I would appreciate it if you would
go to the back of the line.
IF SOMEONE is trying to push you around, you are still in
control of the situation. You have the power to do something
about it. Nobody can make you feel inferior without your
consent, as Eleanor Roosevelt said.
Too often, people are taught to judge themselves according
to what others think. We try to gauge our words and actions
aacordtng to how the other person will react. This is also a
way of goving power away.
Often, when you try to hard to please others you only end
up alienating them. I often try to respond the way I think
someone wants me to, only to find that my idea of their ex expectations
pectations expectations us totally off the wall and I wouldve done far

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JANIS MARA
OPINION
better to simply be myself.
OF COURSE, its hard to be yourself when you're
convinced that "yourself stinks Before you can go on to
the heights of self-assertion, kicking asses in the Hub. and
other glories, you must achieve a fairly good self-concept. As
bng as you see yourself as unworthy of respect, its likely that
others will. too.
And once you decide that youre a right on human being,
youve convinced the most important person of all.
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Thursday, Novambar 20, 1975

ADVICE AND DISSENT
World news needed

EDITOR: Here lam reading the Alligator
at 9 a.m. Here is the knowledge I have
iequiiedthus far this moring:
1 How and where 1 can commit suicide at
UF.
2) The new name of a bar in Hallendale
3) When the Olympics for Senior Citizens will
be.
4) That the football coach might or might not
smoke pot.
5) That Janis Mara smokes pot.
6) The history of LSD.
Now here 1 am a Jew who has just been
made a racist by the United Nations, though I
would have never known it by reading the
Alligator. 1 was lucky to hear of the U.N.
action on the radio before leaving for class or
else I might have greeted some of my black
friends. As it was when one greeted me I
simply said, Im sorry I cant speak to you, I
became a racist today.
Its all right, he assured me. The NAACP
condemned the action so Im a racist now too.

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Satire: Ford, Douglas and liberty

EDITOR: President Ford was throwing a party at the
White House for William O. Douglas, who had just retired
from the Supreme Court.
The white-haired Douglas addressed the guests assembled
in the ballroom. He spoke forcefully from his wheelchair,
despite his weakened physical condition, which resulted from
a stroke he suffered last December.
l thank you all for coming, Douglas said, but I have the
feeling this celebration is not being held to honor me. Rather,
the White House is celebrating my oeparture.
HOW COULD he say that, Dick? President Ford
whispered to the man sitting next to him.
I dont know Jerry, the man with the sloped nose replied.
1 just wish this could have happened when I was President.
Well, we tried, Ford said.
THOSE LIBERALS were a thorn in our side," Dick said.
They were un-American.
They eliminated the required flag salute, school prayers,
and even defended the rights of those Communist-inspired
campus protesters, Dick continued.
He shook his head and frowned.
IMAGINE, Douglas said it was all right to protest, as long
as the protesters were peaceful, Dick said. He tried to
make us believe that mass protest is necessary if people are to
be heard because their access to government is often limited.
Do you think governmental access is limited, Jerry?
Are you kidding? Ford said. Concerned citizens can
speak out before their city council, or write letters to their
congressmen, mayor, governor, or to my secretary.
Ford said, Only Brennan and Marshall are left from the
liberal court, and in a nine-man vote they dont stand a
chance."

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But dont worry, actually the countries that
voted for the resolution were all the racist
countries who dont even know what Zionism Zionismis.
is. Zionismis.
"But none of that was in the Alligator, 1
protested. "They made no mention of the
whole thing..
Oh, I read it in the Miami Herald, he
said.
Whats the point of this whole letter? The
point is that on this campus a great majority
of the students never read any other paper but
the Alligator and never watch the news or
read a news magazine. The knowledge of
world affairs that they have is scary. The
Alligator should attempt to provide at least a
brief review of national and world news in
addition to the important stuff like how
prostitution nets cash for UF coeds and how
to discard dorm food doldrums.
Steven M. Schaaf
3EG

Just think what J. Edgar, Bill Coby and I could have done
for law and order, if it wasnt for Douglas and his liberal
friends, Dick said.
We were trying to protect national security, Dick
continued, but they made conditions impossible for the
police to arrest all of the undesirables with their strict in insistence
sistence insistence on tedious search and seizure procedures.
A MAN everyone called The Brush agreed.
He tried to tell us that communists, demonstrators,
hippies, vagabonds, blacks, and hippies have rights which are
protected by law.
Name Withheld

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Chicago concert impressive

EDITOR: I am not one to
knock the other guys
opinion, even if I feel that he
is being unfair. Everyone is
entitled to their own views
and judgement. Since you so
boldly took the side of
believing that Chicago was at
its utmost worst, I want to

EDITOR: Im writing in
protest of the Alligators
portrayal of blacks. I do not
profess to speak for all blacks
or even for most blacks-I do
speak for myself and have
reason to believe there are
blacks who agree with me.
Especially during the last
year the Alligator has
depicted black men as being
either extremely passive and
easily dominated, old and
pitiable, or as criminals.
Black children are pictured

Brain Brain r ra l l
Cavity Brain Cavity Brain Cavity
FORD VOTER REAGAN VOTER WALLACE VOTER

speak for myself and those
who enjoyed the concert given
by professional musicians.
These men *ook their
musical know how and
professionalism on stage to a
very large crowd and tried to
do the best they knew how
with their equipment and the

Black portrayal stereotypic

representing extreme poverty
and bottom-of-the-barrel
lifestyles. And in the issue
which was the proverbial
straw that broke the camels
back, black women were
portrayed as prostitutes and
as white students personal
cooks, (see 11-13 issue)

EDITOR: Recently, the Alligator
published a crime report which proved that
crime decreased during the one year period
so-called "Saturday Night Specials were
banned in Gainesville. I would like to point
oift that this conclusion is erroneous.
The period during which Saturday Night
Specials were banned showed 13.4 percent
increase in aggravated assaults. How can the
conclusion be drawn from this information

Handgun Incidents Oct. 73-74 Oct. 74-75 Per. Inc.-Decr.
Saturday Night Spls. 224 176 -21.4 per.
Other Handguns 15 22 +46.7 per.
Total 239 198 -17.2 per
These figures indicate thatincidents involving handguns decreased 17.2 per over
one year. Great. But consider this:
Aggravated Assaults Oct. 73-74 Oct. 74-75 Per. Inc.-Decr.
Involving Fiiearms 70 67 -4.3 per
Other Incidents 169 204 20.7 per.
? *b(Kriives\ clubs, etc.)' V. : r i>
Total 239 271 13.4 per.

Gun figures misleading

unfortunate bad location,
which Im sure is not their
fault. 1 sat in the lower
middle section and had a
gpod view of the musicians
and heard every sound with
no echo whatsoever. Ob Obviously,
viously, Obviously, you must have sat in
the back rows or off to the
side, which was your
disadvantage and not
Chicagos.
And I want to know how
many groups people have seen
in concert, especially in an
outdoor location, who sound
exactly as they do in the
recording studio!!! The
answer is obviously none.
How can anyone expect a
group to sound exactly as they
do on their albums??
That is just being
altogether unfair to the group
and disillusioning to ones

Be informed that I speak
with no intent of singling out
the young black women
pictured in that particular
issue. However, when
coupled with the many other
portrayals of blacks in the
Alligator this particular
picture was undeniably

own self. And saying that
their music was without
innovation!! Well, they
played what I came to hear
and that is their own type of
music. I would have been
very disappointed if they
foiled to play their hits and
dd songs. After all, that is
what made them Chicago.
And anyone who could go so
for as to compare them with
that atrocious band at the
Halloween Ball, well you
obviously dont know the
difference. All things con consdering
sdering consdering that Chicago had
gping against them, I was
truly impressed with their
style and sound. Its the best
thing Ive seen on Florida
Held all season long!!
Gae Calais

stereotypic in a most negative
sense of the word.
In conclusion, it is my
opinion that the Alligator is a
very racist publicationas
racism, however subtle, is no
less racism.
Marcia G. Johnson
2LW

that crime decreased in Gainesville when
Saturday Night Specials were banned?
In fact, the figures show that if you are
going to be assaulted in Gainesville you now
have a 20.7 percent better chance of being
stabbed, beaten or maimed with a club. This
example is typical of the false promises of gun
control. Show me where gun control has
actually decreased crime.
Joseph D. Hall

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10

Marston to review

national health bill

UF President Robert Marston has been named the
chairman of a joint committee involved in reviewing the
health manpower bill now pending in Congress.
The committee had previously named Marston as the
overall chairman for the health policy committee for the
National Association of State Universities and Land Grant
Colleges.
A health committee from the Association of American
Universities merged with Marstons committee in October.
Marston is a medical doctor and was director of the
National Institute of Health and a resident scholar at the
University of Virginia before becoming named president of
UF.
Phillips
i[from page one)
speech. to make a public statement."
Phillips spoke with a hint of twang picked up in his native
North Carolina mountains. "I am not a martyr as far as
marijuana is concerned. he said.
THE PROBLEM, according to the Santa Fe ad administration.
ministration. administration. and backed up by testimony from police of ofncials
ncials ofncials from several counties, is that Phillips has lost
credibility" as a law enforcement instructor.
I think a person who teaches a course on enforcement
Wouldn't advocate violation." Gainesville Police Chief Nolen
Freeman said Tuesday.
The officers, representing three police departments and two
'beriffs* offices, forcefully told hearing officer Oertel they
would withdraw their support from Santa Fes law en enforcement
forcement enforcement program if Phillips was retained as an instructor.
THE two representatives from the two largest forces, the
Gainesville Police Department and the Alachua County
Sheriff's Department, both said they would discourage their
ecruits from attending Santa Fe courses.
The police officials state they were afraid their students
>ould pick up bad philosophies and goals from Phillips.
I feel that if we, as leaders of the police community, dont
take strong action on this, then our credibility is at stake,
said Levy County Sheriff Pat Hartley.
IN ADDITION to admitting marijuana use, Phillips has told
a law enforcement advisory committee that the highest
esponsibility a man has even a man who is a sworn police
officer is to his conscience.
The police officers expressed great opposition to this
philosophy, and indicated they would not like their recruits
exposed to it.
Even the hearing officer seemed to dislike it. We are a
nation of laws, not conscience. You have to accept that to
teach law enforcement, Oertel said.
PHILLIPS SCOFFED at these fears in his testimony. If I
walk into a classroom of officers and start handing out bull,
theyre not going to let me get away with it.
Recruits who soon will be out on the streets should be able to
face different theories and ideologies, he said.
And Phillips expressed great surprise at the violent reaction
of die police leaders. It is unbelievable to me that a police
chief, looking at this fine academy, would do something to
destroy it.
TO SABOTAGE that academy just because Im teaching
there is just. .1 dont believe that, I dont believe the police
chiefs would do that, he said.
Several witnesses all university professors called by
Phillips attorneys said the case rested solely on the principle
of academic freedom, and the right of a private citizen to say
what he likes,
Oertel repeatedly asked these witnesses whether or not they
telt there was a difference between expressing an opinion in
the classroom covered by the principle of academic freedom
and publicly admitting to continual law-breaking.
THE WITNESSES all said there was no difference, in
principle.
Phillips alluded to the issue midway through his testimony.
1 can empathize with some of the police feeling. What
concerned me was that some of these enlightened officers,
even in this country, could somehow dictate to a public
education institution who could teach there, what could be
taught there. That is very dangerous.
His lawyers, Jeffrey Meldon and Jason Chapnick, took him
through the crucial questions on these issues:
Q. DID YOU ever in the classroom advocate the breaking of
any law?
A. No, I certainly did not.
Q. Do you feel the comments you made were meant to be
critical of law enforcement practices?
A. NO, certainly not.
Q. When you return to the classroom do you intend to
change your teaching style?
A. No sir. I do not.
If they lose. Phillips said after the hearing, he would con continue
tinue continue to fight the case in court, if there was any chance at all
for him to win.
One of his lawyers shrugged. Were going to prevail
eventually. Meldon said.

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Breakfast can be
more than snap,
crackle and pop

By KATHI FICHERA
Alligator Staff Writer
There is more to breakfast than just a bowl
of cereal and a glass of milk.
Some industrious souls actually manage to
get out of bed in the early morning hours and
cook a full-course meal.
There are even restaurants that cater solely
to the breakfast crowd.
And while the breakfast meal appears on
first glance to be just away to get a little bit of
energy to get you through till lunch, there are
a wide range of dishes that can be prepared to
make breakfast an interesting part of the day.
Three examples are omelets, eggs Benedict
and French pancakes or crepes (see recipes
from The Joy of Cooking by Marion
Rambauer Becker on this page).
As different as the pattern of peoples
breakfast is the opinions of food experts
about the value of the moaning meal.
For years people have believed three meals

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Toast six halves of English muffins
Cover each with a thin slice of ham
Top with a poached egg.
Heat in an oven until hot and cover with Hollandaise sauce
Poached eggs:
boil water and add one egg
swiri the water around the egg and simmer for 4 to 5
minutes
remove egg and break open on toast
Hollandaise sauce
Melt slowly Vj cup butter
barely heat I/j talbs. lemon juice
place over not ina pot of hot iVater 3 egg yolks
beat the yolks and stir in 1 tbls. of hot water
1 eat againuntil eggs thicken
repeat process until you have added 3 tblsp. of water
beat in the warm lemon juice
remove from heat, continue to beat well and then add V*
isp. of salt and a few- grains of cayenne.

a day were necessary to supply the body with
the nutrition and energy it requires.
But according to Dr. Paul Araujo, assistant
professor of human nutrition, a recent study
hinted that people who normally skip
breakfast function as well as people who eat it
regularly. Only people who regularly eat
breakfast and then skip it have problems.
The theory that breakfast is essential rests
on the assumption that breakfast provides
one-third of the bodys daily requirement of
nutrition. If, however, lunch and dinner both
supply one half of the daily requirements then
breakfast could be eliminated.
In the past, food intake was not as pat patterned
terned patterned as today. Primitives had no conception
of a meal. Food was consumed when the body
needed it. People feasted when the harvest was
ready and .fasted at other times.
When society evolved to the point where the
work day would not permit sporadic eating
habits, patterned meals developed.
Breakfast has become a sociological,
anthropological habit in America, said

"There are many
proper ways to eat.
You don't i
necessarily need
meals as long as
i
you receive the
needed l
chemicals ." \
-Howard Appledorf

C r ~*pes
sift three-fourths cup all-purpose flour
resist with Vj tsp. salt, 1 tsp. double acting baking
powder
and 2 tbsp. powdered sugar
beat two eggs
add and beat two-thirds cup milk, one-third cup water,
Vj tsp. vanilla or grated lemon rind
make a well in the sifted ingredients and pour in the
liquid
ingredients, combine them with a few swift strokes.
melt in a skillet 1 tbsp. shortening
when the skillet is hot pour in Vj of the batter
sprinkle it with 1 cup or more pared, cored, thinly sliced
apples, peaches, bananas or blueberries.
pour the remaining batter over the fruit turn the cakes
when they are brown underneath brown the other side
after browning both sides heat the cakes in a 250 degrees
oven for five minutes. 5
sprinkle the cakes with powdered sugar and serve.

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Dr. Howard Appledorf, associate professor in
human nutrition.
Appledorf added that breakfast could be
dapped if the essential nutrients are supplied
ii other ways.
There are many proper ways to eat. You
dont necessarily need meals as long as you
receive the needed chemicals, said Ap Appledorf.
pledorf. Appledorf.
The contemporary feeling that three meals
are necessary is also under study.
Re-evaluating the status of meal eating
versus snack eating is in progress in quite a
few labs throughout the world, Araujo said.
This contradicts a study done in the 19305.
The lowa Breakfast Studies concluded that
breakfast affects the .functioning of school
children.
Physical activity is another variable to be
considered.. Some people maintain that eating
breakfast helps them start the day with energy
that would be lacking if breakfast were
dapped.

Omelets 1
beat four eggs with a fork until blended
add and beat in 'A cup milk or cream, Vj teaspoon salt
and one-eighth tsp. paprika
me It in a skillet IVj tbsp. butter
when this is hot, add the egg mixture, cook over a low
heat
lift the eggs with a pancake turner and tilt the skillet to
permit the uncooked mixture to run to the bottom or stick
it wit a fork in the soft spots to permit the heat to
penerate the bottom crust, when it is of even consistency,
quickly turn over and heat for about 3-5 minutes, and then
serve.
you can also add pieces of chopped ham or bacon to the
omelet
lor a more filling and interesting meal.
chop the meat into small peices and add to the egg that
as en heating in the pan for a couple of minutes.
cook the same as above instructions.

Thursday, November 20, 1975

Diane Hairston, lUC, commented, I try to
get in a good breakfast, I eat three meals a
day and dont snack.
Most of the time I eat breakfast, Tom
Nixon, 2UC said. He added, I feel better
after 1 eat breakfast. Sometimes I skip lunch,
but only if Ive eaten breakfast first. Tom
eats two eggs,two pieces of bacon, a piece of
toast and two pints of milk for breakfast.
Another student starts the day with just a
glass of ginger ale.
American dietary gets too many calories
from fat and not enough from car carbohydrates,
bohydrates, carbohydrates, Dr. Appledorf said.
He added that cereal with milk, fresh fruit
or juice, and toast would be a good breakfast
if its used as a main meal.
Dr. Appledorf said that bacon and eggs
could constitute a good breakfast only if the
amount of fatty meats and eggs are cut down
in other meals. According to Appledorf, eggs
should be limited to one a day or some of the
\oke should be cut out.



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at low prices

By KEN LAMB
Allgator Staff Writer
Hie Alligator Food Section today begins a
new series on wines. Articles will deal with
varying brands of wines, what to look for in
quality and prices when shopping for a wine
and other related topics. Question about wine
are also solicited by readers and will be an answered
swered answered hi the column. Inquiries should be
mailed to Km Lamb, The Independent
Florida Alligator, P.O. Box 14257,
Gainesville.
Aften overlooked by the wine consumer are
some of the most delightful wines produced
anywhere in the world.
They are pleasing to the palate, rich in the
bouquet that makes a wine great, and because
no import duties are imposed, these wines are

Say sayonara to plain rice

By PATTI KLISE
Allgator Staff Writer
Don your Kimono and slaps and prepare to
embark on an Oriental flight of fancy that
would delight the tastebuds of even Hirohito.
If your favorite reading material just
happens to be the I Hate to Cook Book,
then this recipe is perfect for you.
Since its Oriental name doesnt exactly trip
off the tongue Japanese Rice will have to
- suffice.
The ingredients are amazingly low in cost
and you can add almost anything you fmd
lying around the kitchen to give it that
personal flavor.
Youll need:
IVi cups water
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can chicken and rice soup
1 small can sliced mushrooms (with juice)
1 cup chopped onions
1 cup chopped celery
l A tsp. sage
1 tsp. salt
1 cup rice
2 this, butter or margarine
small bag of handful of cashews (optional)
Although it appears to call for a lot of
ingredients, most everyone has the seasonings
on hand, and the remainder of ingredients
can be purchased at low cost.

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although the American variety of wines are often priced below $2
they can sometimes approach or exceed the quality of European brands

more than equal in value to the wines of
Europe.
For years, the American domestic wines
have provided an enriching experience to
those who have experienced them.
American wines are produced in two major
regions of the country, New York and
California. Although there have been at attempts
tempts attempts to produce wine in Florida, they have
resulted in disappointment.
The New York wines are grown in the
Fmger Lakes region from the Catawa grape,
which some believe to be historically an
American grape.
These wines are the fruitiest of the
domestic, and convey more of the grape flavor
to the palate.
The Leading purveyor of these wines is
Taylor, which offers a choice of red, light red,

graphic* by patti klise
cost you around 25 cents. The two cans of
soup should total no more than 54 cents, and
a small can of mushrooms and one cup of rice
both ring up for 20 cents. The cashews,
should you decide to include them, will cost
around 79 cents. This brings the total cost to
a whopping $1.98. Since this recipe will feed
four to six people that-averages out to 50 cents
per person. (Or 180 yen)
Preparing this tasty econo-meal is vety
simple.
First, dump the cup of uncooked rice into a
medium to large casserole dish. (Take a hint

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and white wine. It should be noted the light
red is really a rose, which most experienced
drinkers consider to be a bastard wine,
since it is actually a combination of red and
white wine blended together.
For those who wish to enjoy wines more
similar to the great wines of Europe, the
logical choice is the California wine.
Named after the European variety of grape
from which they are grown, these wines excell
in both taste and value for the wine drinker.
The lower priced wines take the name of
Burgundy, Claret, Chablis, and other general
names associated with the better wines of
France and German. Dont be fooled, the old
adage of you get what you pay for still holds
true.
Although they are enjoyable, they bear no
resemblance to their European namesakes.

rice. This recipe will cook it 34 minutes too
long.)
Next, pour the Wi cups of water and two
cans of soup over the rice. No substitues here here-a
-a here-a can of chicken and stars will turn to mush.
If you have the time and want to make the
rice into more of a main course, precooked
boneless chicken pieces (cut into bite size
morsels) may be added as a delicious touch.
Gather up the remaining ingredients
(except the cashews) and throw them in.
Dont forget to pour the juice in with the
mushrooms. The celery and onions should be
finely chopped. Stir everything together.
If what youve concocted is beginning to
look like Japanese goulash, dont be alarmed.
It should resemble chunky soup.
Cover the dish with aluminum foil and
place in a pre-heated 325 degree oven for 35 i
minutes. This will give you plenty of time to i
prepare the rest of the meal and grab your i
fan.
After 35 minutes remove the foil and check i
the consistency of the rice. If it is still watery,
return to the oven uncovered and continue to i
cook until fluffy.
This version of Japanese rice is easy i
economical and delicious. It takes on an
added zest if you sprinkle a thick coating of <
chopped cashews over it before serving.
Japanese rice will delightfully top off any
meal of meat, fish or poultry, so pick up your I

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The truly great names in California wines
belong to those named after the grapes they
are grown from, which by law must make up
at least 51 per cent of the wine.
The best of the reds are the Pinot Noir,
Cabernet Sauvignon, and Zinfandel. Each
embodies the finest qualities of the grape
from which they are produced, excelling in
bouquet, aroma, and dryness.
Zinfandel is an especially good value, since
it has all the qualities of a great wine, and in
addition has an unusual bouquet which can
be found in no other wine.
Whites produced in California are likewise
named after the grape of their birth, and like
the reds, any similarity in name between them
and the European wines are strictly coin coincidental.
cidental. coincidental.
Among the best known are the Pinot
Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc. They will
often be found mixed among the less im impressive
pressive impressive wines such as Green Hungarian and
Johannesberg Reisling.
The Pinot Chardonnay is actually not a
Pinot species of grape at all, and some wine
makers have switched to using just the name
Chardonnay, but either way it probably the
best white California wine made.
One important difference between the
French and California wines is the Sauternes.
In France, the Semilion grape is grown
until the grape is covered with the pourriture
noble, or noble rot, then picked and fer fermented
mented fermented to produce the sweet Saute me desert
wine.
California wines are not affected by this
beneficial mold, are therefore never attain the
sweetness of the French wine.
Rose wines have more or less been ignored,
since they are really blends of red and white
wines, and do not posses the distinctive
character of the pure wines. Mundane the
best description for these wines.
Their only redeeming factor lies in their
acceptance to go with both light and hearty
meals and can be the savior of the indecisive
customer.
However, a much better solution is merely
to order a half bottle of red for whomever is
eating red me its, and then a half bottle for
the gourmet of light meat.. This will provide
much better flavor for the meal, and after all,
thats why youre dining in the first place.
Wine drinking, just like any other wor worthwhile
thwhile worthwhile adventure, takes time and patience to
team to enjoy. It requires a curious
nature, since relying on the sea* wine
repeatedly will demonstrate the shallowness
of the buyer.
A bit complicated? Perhaps. However with
a little practice and pratical application the
reader can pick the correct wine to com compfim
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Cream puffs & pudding s ecstasy

Scratch cooking {
can be fun way
to whip up food
By SHERRI GILBERT
Allgator Staff Writer
It doesnt take much to make me happy: Cracker jacks, ict
cream, cold weather, and French fries and mixed bases from
In and Out.
But what really turns me on is ANYTHING chocolate and
cooking from scratch. Put the two together and you have a
winning combination for making cream puffs and chocolate
pudding.
I admit that many things arent worth the time and effort
that most scratch cooking requires. However, these two
recipes will convince even the most stubborn skeptic. After
eating homemade chocolate pudding, you will never use the
boxed stuff again, no matter how much you like Bill Cosby.
And if you are looking for a dessert a little fancier than
usual, but cant afford to hit the bakery too often, you will be
amazed at the simplicity of this cream puff-eclair (its all in
the shape) recipe.
So fellow chocolate freaks, get out a saucepan and mix
together:
>3 cup sugar
I'B teaspoon salt
Va cup corn starch
3 tablespoons cocoa
Gradually stir in 2Va cups milk until smooth, and cook over
medium heat, STIRRING CONSTANTLY (very important)
until the mixture comes to a boil and boils one minute.
Remove from heat and stir in
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
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Pour into dishes and chill. This recipe will yield six half halfcup
cup halfcup servings, but I usually make them larger and only get four
or five.
The more often you make pudding, the more economical it
becomes if you have to make an initial investment in the

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required ingredients. A pound box of corn starch is about 35
cents, will last forever, and is invaluable for many recipes.
You can also make clay with it.
Vanilla, sugar, salt, milk and butter are usually items
people have on hand, but are not too expensive if you have to
buy them. As for the cocoa, it comes in a can similar to the
kind that the powdered chocolate flavorings (like Nestles
Quik) come in. Be sure it says cocoa it will probably be in
the section with the baking chocolate and chocolate chips. An
8 ounce can costs about 75 cents, and like corn starch, will go
a long way and can be used for many things (fudge, hot fudge
sauce, frosting, cake).
Making cream puffs can also be fairly inexpensive. The
only ingredients you would probably have to buy if you dont
bake too often are the ones used for the frosting, but you can
cheat and use a mix if jou must (but it wont be as good ).
If you want to go all out and make this totally homemade,
plan ahead and make >our own pudding for the filling. You
can convert the chocolate pudding recipe above to vanilla by
eliminating the cocoa and decreasing the sugar to Vi cup. Ot
be non-traditional and use chocolate. 1 will confess that I
usually just use instant pudding to expedite the process as it
requires no cooking and therefore is cool and thick enough to
work with immediately and always comes out okay. If you are
really lazy you can even use the frozen puddings (like Cool n
Creamy).
The first step in making cream puffs is to preheat the oven
to 400 degrees.
In a medium saucepan, bring 1 cup of water, Va cup butter,
and V* teaspoon salt to a boil. Remove from heat and beat in
1 cup sifted flour. (I recommend using a wooden spoon.)
Return to low heat and beat until the mixture forms a ball
and leaves the sides of the pan. Remove from heat and dump
into a mixing bowl. Beat in four large eggs one at a time, and
continue beating with an electric mixer (medium speed) until
the dough is shiny and breaks away from the beaters in
strands.
The size and shape of the puffs depends on you. Drop
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day, Nowwbtr 22, 1975

"bicentennial program
onsoring first speaker

: University College Bicentennial
ers Program will sponsor its first
er Thursday night and Friday af af>n.
>n. af>n.
il Mac Kendrick, classics professor at
niversity of Wisconsin, will speak both
n room 1038 of the Architecture ard
Arts building.

Funding symposium tonight

i United Faculty of Florida (UFF) is
iring a symposium on funding higher
ion tonight at 8:30 in rooms B and C of
agler Inn.

iivities

(from page one)
report and shrug it off.
le paper is more important to me than
5 because it has more bearing on what
ying to accomplish, he explained. Its
rtant to maintain a decent grade
average, but you also have to be able to
what you can do.
RODER WAS TAKING 12 hours of
s at the beginning of the quarter, but
> drop a course to make room for the 10
lours spent at the Alligator every day.
mentary Education major Leanne
man, spends 18 hours a week attending
tion classes. In addition she is president
Education College Student Council, a
nt and a student teacher,
seems like the more I do, the more I get
All activities Im involved in motivates
do more, Ringeman explained.
IRT OF THE REASON Im able to do
ch as I do is because all my classes are

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Thursday at 8 p. m Mac Kendrick will
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Arts, exploring the influences of 18th
century arts on the nations first leaders.
Friday at 3 p.m. he will discuss Mr.
Jeffersons Library and the 18th Century
Man.

Deputy Administration Commissioner
Frances Millet; State Rep. Sid Martin, D-
Hawthorne; and State Rep. Bill Andrews, D-
Gainesville, are expected to attend.

pass-fail," Ringeman added.
Ringeman usually leaves for class at abour
8 a.m. and gets back at 5 p.m. Her day in includes
cludes includes classes, her council presidential duties,
and working at the Murphree Area office.
Council meetings, seminars and staff
meetings are held at night.
Sometimes I get calls at 2 a.m. to let people
into their rooms, too," she added.
GATOR BAND MAJORETTE Pamela
Smith spends two hours every day on the
ROTC Drill Field, preparing for Saturdays
game.
I do it purely for emjoyment, Smith
explained. It tires me out, but the band gives
me a break from studying and going to
school.
Smith stayed with the band last fall in spite
of a bout of mononucleosis and a full class
schedule.
Being involved with the band will give me
something to look back on when I get out of
school, she said.

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dorm visitation
being considered
By TOM CONLEE
Allgator Staff Writer
The expected confirmation of a Council of Presidents
proposal by the Board of Regents has caused UF housing
directors to consider the possibility of eliminating visitation
policies from some on-campus housing.
The council recommended visitation policies for each in individual
dividual individual university be determined by the university itself.
REGENT JAMES J. Gardener said he approves of the
proposal because the local administration has a better feel of
the desire of the students, their parents and the community.
Regent Jack McGriff of Gainesville agrees.
Speaking for myself, I would be in favor of each president
setting up his own ground rules as far as dorm visitation is
concerned, he said.
Even though the regents do not vote on the matter until Dec.
2, a number of housing officials have already taken into
consideration problems of 24-hour visitation in their areas.
Steve Haulman director of north campus residence halls
said, 1 think that it (24 hour visitation ) is something myself
and some of my colleagues will have to put our heads together
on.

This Concerns You
Have you ever considered the worth of your own
soul and it's destiny?
The Lord Jesus Christ said, "For what is a man
profited, if he shall gain the WHOLE WORLD and lose
his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange
for his soul?" (Matt. 16:26). According to jesus, ONE
man's soul (yours) is worth more than all the wealth
on this earth! The finite minds of men cannot fully
appreciate such a comparison, nevertheless IT IS
TRUE. The Bible tells us that Jesus came to earth to
seek and save that which is lost (all mankind), and
that no one can enjoy the blessings and eternal
wonders of heaven without being saved. You see,
man be his own will has sinned before the eyes of a
holy and righteous God. This sin came into the world
first by Adam and Eve by their unwillingness to obey
God. The Bible says, "Wherefore, as by one man sin
entered into the world, and death by sin; and so
death passed upon all men, for that ALL have sin sinned
ned sinned "\Romans 5:12). There is no chance to be saved
by God unless- you can understand that you are a
sinner. The Bible clearly oys, "For the wages of sin
is death"( Romans 6:23), lat is, being eternally
separated from God, in HELL FOREVER, how terrible!
But the GRACE OF GOD has provided away, the
only way, by which man is able to redeem his status
with God, appearing holy and righteous before God,
without one spot of sin thus becoming rightful heirs
of heaven!! It was God who loved YOU so much,
that He gave His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, as
your substitute, who bore YOUR sin and died in
YOUP place, and three days later rose again to life
victorious over death and the grave. "He hath made
Him Jesus God's Son in the flesh to be sin for
us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the
righteousness of God in Him" (II Cor, 5:21). But we
cannot earn this righteousness, "For by grace
undeserved favor are ye saved through faith
trusting and believing what Jesus did for you and
that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: not of
works, lest any man should boast" (Eph 2:8 & 9).
"But as many as received Him, to them gave He
power to become the SONS OF GOD, even to them
that BELIEVE on His name: which were born, not of
blood man's blood nor of the will of the flesh,
not of thi will of man, BUT OF GOD" (John 1 rl2 &
13). You see, man's part in our salvation-is only to
receive Jesus, that is to believe and trust Him as
YOUR PERSONAL SAVIOR. It's just that simple.
College and Career Class University Baptist Church
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We would have to work pretty eloselv with In ter hall a awell,
well, awell, he said.
Haulman said the matter would have to be settled by the aid
of winter quarte. in order to allow time to determine what
dorm areas would be under the 24-hour program.
WE WOULD also consider a polling of the Murphree area
population to find what kind of visitation policy they would
want, he said.
Jack Mata, east campus residence director, said he does not
believe that complete 24-hour visitation would last even if
instituted.
Mata said he has been at institutions in the northeast where
the question of 24-hour visitation had been settled.
AFTER THE initial novelty of the thing wore off, the
students themselves wanted the visitation hours reduced, he
said.
There were gills who said they, when they get up in the
morning, dont want to have to dress up to go to the
bathroom, he said.
Both Mata and Haulman agree there would be a number of
problems in converting to a 24-hour visitation policy.
THE BIGGEST problem with it, said Mata, is the
bathroom facilities it can be done, but the small halls would
be much easier than the larger halls.
The preference, from everything Ive heard, is not a straight
24-hour visitation all over but a differential housing
situation, Mata said.
Differential housing gives students a choice of 24-hour
visitation, partial visitation, or no visitation at all if desired desired
desired The issue is not that the students want a 24-hour visitation
programs said Mata, but they want the option to have one if
they want it.

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The spirit of the UF Fighting Gator lives again.
A resolution naming Gilbert the Alligator as UFs new
mascot was unanimously passed by the Student Senate
Tuesday night.
In times when spirit is sagging, the student body needs a
symbol to rally around, the resolution stated.
A recommendation to name Gilbert came from Gatorman
Curtis Reed.
Hes docile, playful, and easy going, a lot like Albert, UFs
old mascot,Gatorman explained.
UF lost its mascot of 20 years last November when Albert
swallowed a pill bottle. Until Tuesday night, UF did not have
an official mascot.
Gibert is about 12 feet long, about 45-orso-years-old and is
missing his front right foot, according to Gatorman.
Grades
(front page three)
28 colleges. And it wouldnt be fair to the UF students trying
to get into upper division because UF has a harder grading
system, Bryan explained.
THREE WEEKS ago the deans rejected standardized
achievement tests as admission criteria because of the
diversity of UFs upper division colleges.
Last year, Bryan explained, community college students were
faced with university-wide enrollment caps which forced all
state universities to stiffen their entrance requirements.
This was directly the opposite of the situation two years ago
when almost all community college students with a 2.0 and an
A.A were admitted to UF, Bryan said.

Thursday, Novambar 20, 1975



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IJF constitutional change may
[eliminate guest professors

By JOANNE KOHL
Algator Staff Writer
I UF may not have a guest professor to fill the Distinguished
Brofessors Chair next quarter if an amendment to the UF
Student Constitution goes in'o effect.
I The amendment, which would dismantle the current
Sommittee that chooses a guest professor, was passed on first
Beading by the Student Senate Tuesday night. It must pass a
Becond reading next Tuesday before it becomes effective.
1 BY MAKING the Distinguished Professor Chair an
Bgency of Student Governement instead of an independent
Brogra as it is now, the amendment allows the senate to
Belect the members of the committee which invites guest
Brofessors to UF. The selecting of a new committee could
Belay the process of bringing the guest professor for this
Binter quarter. So far, only former Sen. Marearet Chase

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By STEVE ECENIA
Allgaior Staff Writer
JFscrew of cabinetmakers turn out everything from kitchen
>unters and lab tables to doors and packing crates to supply
ie university with the bulk of its woodworking needs.
Located in the Physical Plant Division on Radio Road, the
ibinet shop also produced the information desk in T i gert
all and a portable kitchen for the WUFT cooking show,
Cooking Naturally.
USING ORANGE AND BLUE power tools, the seven-man
ew is currently building cabinets and shelves for the
tarmacy of William Shands Teaching Hospital.
I could use three times the employes I have now, main maintance
tance maintance supervisor Charlie McCann said, ingnoring the
nstant hum of the blow-pipe that hangs over the shop like a
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Smith has expressed an interest in UFs Distinguished
Professors Chair.
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Current committee chariman Craig Sikes spoke in favor of
the amendment, saying there is no coordination in the
current committee because of personal conflicts between
committee members.
However, committee member Lawrence Meyers disagreed.
IF THE committee is thrown out now and a new one set
up, we may not have a new committee until January," Meyers
said. Plans and contacts have been made with available
professors. If a new committee is set up what will happen to
these plans?
The delay could jeopardize the program planned for winter
quarter, Meyers said.
After passing its first reading the amendment was sent to the
Senate Investigation and Information Committee, where the
status of the current Distinguished Professor committee will

Were way behind on orders in the cabinet shop right now,
McCann, a UF employe for 27 years, said.
MACANN SAID most of tie cabinet shops work went to the
J. Hillis Miller Health Center, leaving other jobs across
campus to pile up.
lf we didnt have the hospital to take care of, we could
maintain the rest of the campus okay, he said.
As supervisor, MaCann takes pride in the work his men put
I USE THE BEST wood available oak, fir, walnut, maple
and birchnot old knotty stuff. Some jobs have called for
up to SIO,OOO worth of wood and materials, he said.
The UF shop differs from a commercial business because its
cabinetmakers dont follow a set production schedule.
The cabinet crew receives an assignment from MaCann, who
receives woodworking requests from all over the campus.

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be examined.
IN OTHER action, the senate invalidated the Maguire
Village and Jennings area fall senate elections, and scheduled
new elections for the third week in winter quarter.
The Jennings Senate election was invalidated because Ric
Phoenix, who won the election, was disqualified when his
grade waiver was revoked by UF President Robert Marston.
The Maguire Village elections were invalidated because the
electorate was not sufficiently informed of a switch in
polling places, according to Senate President Pro Tern Sue
Cline.
THERE WAS going to be no poll taken in Maguire Village
at all because there was only one candidate (Senator Charles
Collins), Cline said.
However, Collinss waiver was repealed 36 hours before the
election, and ballot boxes were set up in the Student
Government office.
The announcement about the election appeared in the
paper that morning," Cline said. Only eight people voted in
that election. I dont consider that a mandate.
THE MAGUIRE election will also be held the third week in
winter quarter,
in other action, the senate:
Appropriated $Bl7 to the Gator Band for transportation to
the Florida Music Educators conference in Orlando this
January.
Set aside SSOO for the design of a model planetarium.
Approved the constitution of the Baby Gator Child Care
Center.
Approved the constitution of the UF Student Alumni
Association.

WORKING AT their own pace, the men may build shelves
for a professors office one day and make a counter for the
health center the next.
Most of UFs cabinet makers have worked for the Physical
Plant Division for more than ten years.
I like doing a variety of jobs because doing the same thing
everyday would be monotonus, said Leonard Bivins, a 16-
year employe.
BOTH BIVINS and his co-worker Roy Crenshaw said they
enjoy working at the cabinet shop, the only complaint they
had was low pay.
The only raise Ive received in five years is a cost of living
increase and that isnt enough, Crenshaw said.
McCann agreed. The premium salary for a cabinetmaker is a
little over SIO,OOO and once they had reached that level the
raises stop, he said.

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FOR SALE
TISR 50-A Calculator used only during
fall quarter. Retails for 125 will sell for
65. Call Thurs night and Fri. Brad 372-
4434 (a-2t-43-p)
WIDE ANGLE LENS...Soligor 28mm f-2.8
lens fits all Nikon & Nikkormat cameras.
Expand your vision for only SSO. Call
Rick ot 377-5232 (o-3t-43-p)
SOME FAR-OUT SOUNDS... with this
Sanyo 4-channel matrix car cassette
unit. Incl. speakers, switches, & tapes, all
original hardware just SIOO. Call Rick at
377-5232 ond keep tryingl (o-3t-43-p)
A PLACE YOU CAN REALLY CALL HOME.
Your own room & bath in a super
beautiful house in NW sect. Acre of
lond, lotsa trees outside, real wood &
brick, fireplace inside. Mellow room roommates.
mates. roommates. Just SBS m0....ca1l 377-5232 now
I lines are open. (b-3t-43-p)-
REVERE CYCLE WORKS November Specal
Sole 27 x1 'A High Pressure Tires 54.00
27 x IV4 Tubes 51.50 Brake Wires
.40 Brake rubber 4 for SI.OO Soubitez
generator lights 54.00 Pletscher
Aluminum Bookrack $4.00 Alloy
kickstand 52.00 (o-3c)
LT 150 CT A Laffoyette receiver S2OO.
Garrard 728 Shure Cartridge SIOO.
Criterion GX Speakers $l2O. pair Har Harman
man Harman Kardon Cad-4 Deck SIOO. entire
system $475. 375-6367. Brian (o-3t-43-p)
Piano upright, beautiful condition
smaller size, cheap, Piccadilly apts.
clubhouse 2220 SW 34th Sat and Sun
only (o-2t-43-p)
PRIVATE ESTATE SALE Sat and Sun Nov.
22-23 9am-6 pm Clubhouse, Piccadilly
apts 2220 SW. 34th St. Oak Roll top desk,
wood blade ceiling fans, stoneware
crocks, old guns, brass & iron bed, lamps
old doll, washstand, rocker,gumboil
machines, upright piano, clocks, wicker,
glass (cut, art, pressed) much misc.-
fumiture and glass. Many items ideal
for xmos. (a-2t-43-p)
For Sale RCA Model yzd 590 tape deck in
mahogany cabinet dual speakers within
excellent condition $75.00 372-9772 (o (o-leather
leather purse: white $7, Tan $10; Carber
shoes size 7 sl3; jeans $5 ea; sweater
set sls; blouses $5 ea; shower curtain
set $5; coll 376-0456 (o-3t-43-p)
Garage sale Suburban Heights Sat. Sun
8-6 Furniture household goods bikes toys
clothing ping pong table 5023 NW 18
Place (o-2t-43-p)
Electric Guitars, Rickenbacker sllO,
and Hofner SBS Both in excellent
condition. Welcome to just look. Call
lorry, evenings. 373-8268 (o-3t-43-p)
Yard & bake sale 2960 N.W. 6th St.
Saturday November 22 9otn-5 pm Pilot
dub of Gainesville (a-2t-43-p)
1974 Gibson Gold Les Paul Deluxe Guitar
w- hard shell cose. Excellent condition
fast action. $375 call mitch 392-9501 (o (o
Mayan Wedding Hammocks for luxury
lounging. For those who enjoy the finer
things in life reasonable prices call 377-
4864 (o-3t-39-p)
10 speed bike for sale good condition
S6O, pioneer xts amplifier S7O, auto
electric ensine analyzer $75, was sllO
coll Ed after 5 375-7689 (a-st-38-p)
SHARK TEETH-PERHISTORIC Collector has
100,000. Easily made into jewelry. 10
cents and 15 cents each. $50.00
minimum order-813-686-3311. (o-lOt (o-lOt*2l
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Professional Stereo Repairs save 25
percent all brands repaired by licensed
authorized technicians reliable I day
service all work guaranteed 373-1106
(o-st-31-p1
Guitar univox thin-line hollow body
electric, very little use. New Cond.
Really Nice! w-case & cord new $250
asking $195 392-7364 keep frying (a-4-
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8 track cartridge recorder deck, JVC
model chr-250rb, in original box, never
used sllO coll 377-6369 (o-st-40-p)

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FOR SALE
greenhouse sale, healthy plants in clay
pots. Sunday only 10 am-4 pm. Go west
on newberry rd. post 1-75 to nw 91st st.
Follow signs. (o-st-40-p)
Wedding Bands & Engagement rings.
Traditional or Contemporary designs of
your choice. Handmade for individuals
who want the best. Original work by the
South's Leading Artists. Master Gold
Smith and Lapidist. Unconditional
Guarantee OZZIE. By appointment only
373-3894 (o-47t-6-p)
Puppies for sale labrador retrievers AKC
registered females have had puppy
shots call Ken 373-5266 (o-st-39-p)
For sale trailer 12 x 60 2 bed 2 bath
central air + heat. Awning & skirting
included in arrendondo village call 1-
622-8506 after 5. (o-st-39-p)
BICYCLES, New & used, major brands,
discount prices, full line of parts & ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, service too THE BIKE BOOTH,
1201 E. Univ. Ave, Fri-Sat 9-6, Sun 12-6
lowest Prices in Town (o-6t-39-p)
high quality teac Stereotape recorders,
teac 7030 gsl-studio mixdown quality
$675 (SI2OO new) teac 23005-great
. home deck S3OO ($550 new) superb
condition, all accessories, like new. 375-
2573 (o-st-40-p)
House plants, tree ferns, rubber trees,
miniature indoor orange trees, and
other new varieties. Hanging baskets 6"
$4.95 10" $5.95 Rl. 26 to Newberry
light-South on Rt. 41-1 'h miles to Simp Simpson's
son's Simpson's Greenhouses (o-20t-26-p)
For Sale: Mellow green ond white
carpet. Beautiful and in excellent
condition. 11'A ft. by 14'A ft. S6O. Call
373-0116 (a-st-42-p)
floresent fixtures 12 vdc & 120 vac $lO.
Dive light 100 watt dual 4 nicad $l5O.
750 ft. reel 30. nicads yoke & bands
S3O. twinfin 5'6" S2O. gerry tube tent
new S3O. 375-1594 (a-st-42-p)
telephone SSO, teac a2O stereo cassette
recorder 90,19 cl2osd tdk cassettes $3 ea,
1 in shag rug w pad call 373-2775 ask for
poul on m,tu 4 th. 9-4 (o-2t-42-p)
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FOR SALE
irish setters AKC 2 males whelped Aug. 7
mckendree's bold venture bloodlines
SIOO. eo. 372-6718 after 5 (o-2t-42-p)
FOR RENT
Roomate wanted own room in 3 BR apt
ac 'A block from campus S9O & 1-3
utilities 1227 sw 4th ave 375-6739 (b-st (b-st-24-o'
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wanted 1 female for brandywme apts. 'A
utilities phone 375-3428 call
anytime (b-st-42-p)
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FOR RENT
Female roommate wanted Own br in
Gotortown 90 + A utilities Occupy
Immediately! Call anytime 373-2804 (b (b---7t-38-p)
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2 female roommates to share Irg 2 bdrm
apart w- 2 other girls Own bath rent
62.25 per month + A util. Country
Gardens Apts. Coll 375-4054 (b-st-39-p)
Female 87.50 'A utl. Own room neor
Univ. furnished. Large yard, pets O.K.
373-1232 keep trying (b-st-41-p)
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FOR RENT
GOOD NEWS! sublet o beautiful one
bedroom apt. for only SIBO furnished at
Williamsburg opts, close
behind VA call now 376-1*96. (b-sr-42-
P)
SUBLET WINDMEADOWS unfurl br.~ c
I dishwosh disposal pets shag tennis
- sauna e,c luxury living SIBO water&-
sewoge me 377-5257 eves. (b-st-42-pl
apartment for rent central ac shag carpet
pool lighted tennis courts quiet
surroundings 170.00 a month garbage
and sewage included or furnished 205
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FOR RENT
F emai e roommate to share spacious 2
bdrm 2 bath apt at Country Manor Apts.
Starts Dec. or Jan. 66.25 a mth and '/ util
coll Cynthia 375-3324 (b-st-41-p)
c emale roommate wanted. Own room,
own phone, own bath, new residential
home, quiet, big yard, 95 mo +
utilities, coll 377-8181. (b-st-41.pl
Semi-liberal, semi-neat female needed
to share 1 bdrm apt. Dec. to June, close
to campus. SBO per mth, V, utilities, call
373-9780 (b-st-41-p)
Ponys, Chickens, Monkeys, trees, tons of
land Own Room in new home for
wmter-No Lease-Very meltow-Ver.y
Quiet-phone Dove at 376-5766 (b-4t-4l-
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sublet unfur., ac, 2 br. apt in quiet NW
section. Deposit + 1 st & last months rent,
SIBO month, call & leave message 375-
6178 or 375-7992 (b-st-39-pj
Need female for own room and bath in
2 bdrm apt. Pay $75 mo. -F 1-3 utl. Call
Cindy ot 377-8435 after 6 pm (b-st-39-p)
Sublet 3 bdrm 3 bth townhse apt garage
in the pines usual rent 325 mo. sublet for
only 310 call 377-2741 or 378-4903 (b-st (b-st-41-P)
-41-P) (b-st-41-P)
Female roommate needed by Jan 1 to
share 1 bdr apt quiet & furnished,
Maracaibo apt $87.50 + Vi utl call
evenings 375-2829 (b-sf-41-pj
FEAAALE ROOMMATE Needed for Dec.
and winter term May move in im immediately.
mediately. immediately. with Nov rent free call 373-
0903 or 377-5526 HURRY! (b-st-41-p)
Sublease 2 br 1 bath mobile home
central heat & air. fenced yard 5 min
from campus 175 mo call 378-8084 (b (b---st-4!-p)
--st-4!-p) (b---st-4!-p)
Sublet luxury 3 br 2 bath Oak Forest Apt.
unfurn $320 Jan-June deposit 373-9455
anytime (b-6t-41-p)
SUBLET 1 bedroom., furn. apt. for winter
and spring quarters. One block from
Tigert. Ask for Jeff 377-6279 or 372-9169
(b-4t-41 -p)
For Rent 1 BDRM Apt. unfurnished
shag carpet AC-Heat. $145 Mo. Inquire
office Univ. Gardens Trace Arts. (b-7t (b-7t-43-pj
-43-pj (b-7t-43-pj
One or Two roommates wanted to share
two bedroom, l'/j bath townhouse
starting winter qtr Includes pool, sauno,
dishwasher, cable tv 377-0461 (b-st-43-
Pj 1
Female Roommate needed for Jan. to
June move in anytime. 76.67 plus 1-3
utilities. Village Park apts. call Chapin
375-6940 keep trying (b-st-43-p)
1 br fur apt coy thomas 1716 nw 3rd ave.
$135 mt ph irma 392-3571 or 377-4631
(b-It-43-p)

FOR RENT |S
OWN ROOM at the place across from
tigert 95-mo + 1-5 util. apt. 318 move in !j!
dec. pool, parties, sauna call 375-6381
quick there ore 2 rooms. (b-3t-42-p) ~ $
SUBLET 1 br. eff. 5 blocks from library !j!
west water pd., heat a-c pool $l2O mo. !
call 373-2612 or 373-9926 ask for robin
*(b-st-42-p) £
ACT NOW -GEORGIA SEAGLE holl has a I*
limited number of rooms open for next I*
quarter, live for $3.16 per day. call 376- I;
9179 for info. (b-10t-42-p) }
GEORGIA SEAGLE HALL the cheapest !
living in town is taking applications for 2]
winter only S2BB a qtr. call 376-9179 (b- T !'
10t 42 -p) 1 :j:
END HIGH RENTS live at Georgia Seagle* H
Hall for $3.16 a day with no utilities or ]
room hassles, drop by 1002 W. Univ. Ij
Ave. (b-10t-42-p) ij
fern, roommate wanted to share new 1 *1
br. apt., quiet area SBO mo. +Vi util. 6 ;
blocks to UF call Lori afternoon + eve. i
375-6417 or 375-6376 (b-St-42-p) I
2 females for two bedroom 61.25 ea +
% utilities coll 373-2997 (b-3t-42-p) }

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Purple Porpoise Dart Tournament
Sunday, November 23
Starting time: Thickest
2:00 p.m. sandwiches in
Gator Country
Players
Free Draft
1:00 p.m. Busch with all
Proceeds go to sandwiches
American Cancer Society
2106 S.W. 13th St. 376-9363
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FOR RENT
Female roommate wanted spring ana
winter qts. own room S6O. per month Vi
utilities 1 mile from UF please call 375-
4047 (b-st-42-p)
female roommate wanted: own room £
blocks from campus fireplace, starting
dec. $63 plus 1-3 utilities, coll 373-2507
osk for sheilo (b-3t-42-p)
female roommate to share 2-bd rm apt.,
vizcaya, $56.25 + Vi utilities and fur furniture
niture furniture beginning winter qtr. call 377-
6185 (b-st-42-p)
for rent 1 bedroom furnished apt. 3
blocks from campus $l4O mo. im immediate
mediate immediate occupancy big enuf for two call
after 5:00 495-9913 (b-st-43-p)
sublease 3 br oak forest apt. partially
furnished, fireplace dishwasher, etc call
375-3367 or 3/6-2507about apt. F 162 (b (b-a-*>
a-*>- (b-a-*> P )
Fern roommate needed to shore new
townhouse, own room, quiet, own
- phone sllO plus 'A utilities worth the x xtra
tra xtra money 375-6402 (b-st-43-p)
room for rent walk to campus. $77
monthly coll Bob 375-3018 (b-st-43-pp)
Female wanted Own room and
bathroom in 3 bdrm house 70-mo within
bike dist to campus Pets allowed Call
375-3167 keep trying Avail Dec. 15
(b-st-42-p)
bedroom in Ige house-pets-la ge
fenced yard-darkroom-waterbeds o.k.
all electric kitchen-95-mo. +l-3 ult. +
sml. dep. 3215 NWs3ave call or come by
373-4259 (b-2t-42-p)
OVER 160 KINDS OF
BEADS
Ijv Bob Davis
STONEWARE POTTERY
bv FWinmmcj
RARE EARTHS
1642 W. University Ave
CASE PROMOTIONAL
PHOTOGRAPHY
DOUG* ANN CASE
FAST ECONOMICAL
a SERVICE
4 SO MAIN
378-0700
IColen's
i
University Plaza S 1
Hairstyling Salon p
for Men & Women
10 stylists to choose p
No appointment f
necessary 373-1195 jfj
We use and
recommend |j[
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FOR RENT
HELP! We need clean studious female to
share bedroom in University Gardens
Apts. $61.66 1-3 utilities Available
immediately call 375-6919 (b-st-43-p)
must move 2-br. apt. for rent in clean
quiet complex (country village) one
mile from med. center available dec. 1
call 3923024 day, 372-1559 night, smith
(b-st-40-p)
1 or 2 roommates for house in ne sec section.
tion. section. own room. 112.50 + Vi utl. or
75.00 + 1-3 utl. no pets, available dec. 1
or before. 378-1728 after 5. (b-st-40-p)
mature roommate needed for own room
in house with female law student. Dec.
15th or jan. Ist. all modern con conveniences
veniences conveniences 120 plus Vi utilities after 6
373-8810 (b-st-40-p)
Female roommate for dec. or (an. Own
room in spacious apt. $78.00 per month
+ 1-3 utilities non-smoker. Dishwasher,
pool, carpet 375-3647 (b-st-40-p)
apartment for subleasing brandywine
apts. no. p 135 2 br. 286.00m0. furnished
central heat and ac pool shag carpet
378-3357 call or stop by anytime (b-5t (b-5t
Two bedroom apt. to sublease.
Available now or next quarter. Close to
campus, central air & heat $154 mo. call
cindy 373-3027 evening (b-5t~42-p)
sublet 2 bdrm apt. furn, ac, summit
house 199.00 + util call Undo 372-2900,
9-5 pm; 377-7344, after 5:30 pm (b-st (b-st-42~P)
-42~P) (b-st-42~P)
WANTED 1 female roommate for
Gatorwood apt. $65 mo. + Vi utilities,
starting winter qt. non-smoker preferred
coll anytime 377-8390 (b-3t-42-p)
WANTED
Students interested in co-op housing, co coed,
ed, coed, $270-qtr, meals incl, 1 block from
campus. Collegiate Living Org. Kim at
372-9328. (c-12t-41-p)
roommate wanted own room in house
just outside town. 80$-mo. + 1-3 utilities
prefer liberal or quiet male or female
call sandy or tom at 378-0510 (c-st-41-p)
Female roommate wanted, furnished
apt. close to campus & med center. 80
rho. + 'A util quiet peaceful at atmosphere.
mosphere. atmosphere. Coll 373-5925 after 4:30 (c-3t (c-3t-43-P)
-43-P) (c-3t-43-P)
Roommate Wanted clean 2 bedroom
trailer furn. SBO + Vi util, call after 6 and
on wknds keep trying 372-1008 present
occupant is pre-vet, 4ag (c-st-38-p)
Roommate Wanted: Own Room in nice
house, SW Section, NO LEASE $75 mo.
and shore util. Call Dave after 4:00 378-
6683 (c-st-39-p)
Wanted: to rent or buy compound
binocular microscope call 372-1500 (c (c---6t-39-p)
--6t-39-p) (c---6t-39-p)
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WANTED
2 roommates needed by winter qtr. 3
bdr. 2 ac furn mobile home near butler
plaza $75. mo. call 375-7176 c-st-40-p)
Roommates available Jan 1 3 bedroom
house in NW section biking distance to
campus 62.50 a month plus utilities First
& last to move in 377-3006 (c-st-43-p)
female roommate beginning jan in 2
bedrm apt Village Park SSO mo + Vi utl.
375-2873 (c-10t-43-p)
Female roommate wanted to share 2
bedrm apt Winter & Spring qtr. call 375-
6290 (c-3t-43-p)
GOLD & SILVER-Top price paid for class
rings, old jewelry, etc. Confidential. Call
OZZIE 373-3894 (c-4/t-6-p)
roommate wanted own room large
fenced yard central air color tv 56.25 per
month plus Vi living expenses call 378-
4950 quiet neighborhood (c-st-42-p)
female roommate needed to share 2
bdrm apt. now or winter qtr in villa ge
park w i th 3 girls 57.50 mo. + 'A utilities
call 373-0232 (c-3t-42-p)
Wanted: Roommate female neat,
mellow 67.50 mo 'A utilities own
room coll 375-6172 after 5 (c-7t-42-p)
Wonted 1 or 2 mole roommates for
master bedroom in luxurious regency
oaks apt. may move in immediately with
nov. rent free kent 375-3601 (c-3t~42-p)
Liberal Roommate. Own room in
beautiful NW section house w wfireploce.
fireploce. wfireploce. $75 + 'A utilities. Avail. Dec.
15. coll 375-1186 (c-3t-42-p)
HELP WANTED
Domestic wanted. Saturdays. $2.25 per
hour. References required. Must have
own transportation. Call 376-4071 after
sp.m. (e-10t-38-c)
I'm looking for girls who are interested
in making extra money selling beautiful
handcrafted jewelry, contact Steve 375-
6440 (e-3t-42-p)
Perfect part time if you like people and
need extra money, join our exciting new
cosmetic company. Walk in interviews
2-5 pm Nov. 20, 25, and Dec. 4, 357-
Reitz Union. (e-4t-43-p)
Persons 18 and over work part time
evenings transportation provided coll
Sandro 372-4451 (e-3t-43-p)
Part time 5 to 9 telephone sales for
information call sandra 372-4451 8 am to
5 pm mon thru fridoy (e-3t-43-p)
AUTOS
for sale 1973 vega clean runs well 8-
track tape nice must sell SISOO 378-0974
0-a-39-p)
MUST SELL THIS WEEK 1975 M.G. Midget
Convertible, Like new only 2200
miles. $3200. 376-6657. (g-st-39-p)
SUBARU 1973, AC, 33MPG
_ $1995. Call 377-4310 or 372-3055 after 7
p.m, (g-st-39-p)
1968 Volvp 4 dr sedan. AC, AT, excellent
transportation. Solid construction. S9OO
or best offer. Call 378-6934 after 5 p.m
(g-st-42-p)
HONDA 750 Very good condition, 1971
Rebuilt engine, headers, & much new
only $9951 1124 NW Ist place No. K
(behind U.C.8.) (g-3t-42-p)
1948 Chevrolet Fleetwaster excellen
interior and mechanical condition bes
offer or SIOOO Come by 111 N.W. 20tf
Drive after 5:00 (g-3t-42-p)
1972 opel, 1900 cc, 2 dr, good city
transportation & good open road
traveler, excellent mileage & low
maintenance, one owner, price SIOOO.
coll Richard at 373-9926. (g-10t-21-nc)
67 VW poptop camper, many new ft
improved parts, will take best offer, call
377-4547 between 3-6 pm has many fine
trips left in it so come see. (g-st-43-p)
PERSONAL
Holiday Bazaar, Saturday November 22,
10 to 3, First Christian Church, 804 S.W.
2nd Ave., handcrafted gift and
decorative items, baked goods (j-21-43-
PJ
shapely blonde-29-looking for a
relationship with a passionate, honest,
gentle mon-not afraid of love-jane box
13707 univ, station, (j-st-40-p)
COLLEGIATE RESEAkCh PAPERS.
Thousands on file. Send SI.OO for your
160 page moil order catalog. Research
Assistance, 11322 Idaho Avenue. No.
206, Los Angeles Calif., 90025. (213)477-
8474 (j-40t-21-p)

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PERSONAL
Whoo started the med library? AEPi Sy-
Stgh summers fun. Hy-queer my favorite
Jeff-frugi I wuv you. Des okay No. 2
grabby and I thought I had problems Al
what a bod. Ellen remember the
salads with Saul ft Gary Chuck can
you play snaps Morey what Sup?
Lonnie How so next quarter! Chad
Steve Hot Lips? Krebsie how ore
Eric the Red Happy Birthday. As usual
I'm late I love you. I always wanted a
PHD. Now we're partners I love you
Jazzbo (j-It-43-p)
Styling for your hair on the ground floor
in the Reitz Union also buy RK shampoo
three dollars o quart bring your own
bottle. (j-l Qt-37-p)
hune vs graham in sweathog field
festival games, prizes, trophies, fun:
hume field noy. 23 12:30 pm-s:oopm (j (j---st-41-p)
--st-41-p) (j---st-41-p)
New Arrivals, oiled wool sweaters bug
proof tents, Swiss army knives, Indian
moccassins, down vests, ponchos. Join
the u.f. hiking club. Allen's Aquatic ft
Trail Center. 3448 West University Ave.
373-9233 (j-fr-26-c)
US CHINA People Friendship Assn, has
the opportunity to send Gainesvilleans
to China in March. For applications ft
more info, call 466-3036 or write P.O.
Box 169, City. (j-4t-36-p)
Clean attractive Bi-female wanted by
young couple to explore mutual
pleasures. Reply P.O. Box 13686 Univ.
St.; 32604 with details (j-st-42-p)
Two young professional students, bored
with commonplace relationships, are
searching for enchantresses for fun and
gomes Gory, Mork 375-3707 (j-st-42-p)
OVERSEAS JOBS Temporary or per permanent.
manent. permanent. Europe, Australia, S. America,
Africa, etc. All fields, SSOO-$! 200
monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing.
Free info. Write: International Job
Center, Dept. FA Box 4490, Berkeley, CA
94704 (j-fr-42-p)
Pete Bondy it was good seeing you sat
night too bad it wasn't longer I lost your
address so col: or write 301-345-5290
Love Robyn (j-2t-42-p)
Living with your boyfriend? Need on
address and phone number for parents?
A place to stay in a bind or show. Low
rotes. Coll Beth at 373-2507 (j-3t-42-p)
8 month old male puppy has oil shots
give away to good home 373-3791 (j-5t- f
2*l
ANNOUNCEMENT I love you so fuckin'
much. It's just you ft me forever and
ever. X-mas may be cold, but
Thanksgiving will be worm (j-lt-43-p)
"Until the equality between man and
woman is fully established and attained,
the highest social development of
mankind is not possible Baha'i
Writings. Lecture-discussion on Baha'i
teachings on women and international
womens year this fridoy 8 pm Room 357
Reitz Union (j-lt-43-p)
HEYDA HEYDAI Today you're a year
older than me, you beautiful person (but
it won'* be that way long Happy Bir Birthdoy
thdoy Birthdoy Dirkll Love the kid (j-lt-43-p)
Over weight? Drink 2 del.cious
milkshakes a day and watch the pounds
fade away. 100 percent organic
ingredients. Call 1-473-2358. (j-2t-43-p)
Mortar Board service ft honorary ap applications
plications applications available jwru activity desk ft
tiger* info, desk mon. 11-10 thru mon.
12-1 return 129 Tigert 12-1 (j-12t-36-p)
Wedding invitations from $11.40 per
100. Two week delivery. Hundreds of
styles. Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Main
376-9951 (j-fr-10-p)
COED'S facial hair removed per permanently.
manently. permanently. Call Edmund Dwyer Dwyerelectrologist
electrologist Dwyerelectrologist over 20 years experience.
Coll 372-8039 (j-fr-1-c)
SAMMIE OF LONDON-Have a hair style
to suit your personality. 377-2643 716 W.
University Ave. (j-fr-9-p)
Will the next cold spell surprise you?
Warm up to beautiful knee sox, 5 min.
from UF. Same high quality as in mall,
$1 a pair Rugby socks $1.50. Many
patterns & colors. Go down NW 18 St 3
blks, No. 16 Townhouse Apts. Coll Carol
ot 373-7104 first. (|-3t-42-p)
Food ft Room for only $3.16 a day at
Georgia Seagle Hall. Living at its
cheapest at o convenient location. Act
now. Coll 376-9179 (j-lOt-42-p)

PERSONAL
Marie Ann T. I may be outclassed, but
I'm still in love. Mr. B. (j-lt-43-p)
Want something to do? Why not plan a
western party at Cowboys Riding
Stables. We have Hayrides-Bonfires-
BarQues and a large inclosed dance
floor for dancing For more information
coll 376-4235 Ask for Chuck (j-st-43-p)
LOST & FOUND
Lost female st. bemard name Amber in
N.E. area Call 378-9239 or 372-8304
anytime She is a 5 mo. old puppy.
Reword offered (l-st-43-p)
Lost by hub term paper folder with
typed-handwritten work if found call
392-1215 Ask for may eaton very im importont!
portont! importont! (l-2t-42-p)
Lost mon Nov. 17, spiral notebook EGC
633 belonging to hector w. marussich. If
found, please deliver to dept aero bldg
or coll 375-3356 ofter 6 pm (i-3t-42-p)
REWARD: LOST JEAN JACKET has patches
pertaining to diving and trivia, lost Oct.
31. CALL DAVE 392-8764 (l-4t-40-p)
LOST kodak pocket instamatic 40
camera, near museum road on Noy. 7.
Reword call Korl 2-9515 (l-2t-42-p) |
SERVICES (
McGuire Engraving ft Trophies
Paddles Plaques Mugs j
Desk Plates Name Togs Door Signs
378-8084 call 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
MIT GRAD WILL TUTOR IN MATH AND
PHYSICS EXPERIENCED TEACHING
COLLEGE LEVEL.S4.SO PER HOUR CALL
EVENINGS 372-5035
SBOO monthly possible doing co cooperative
operative cooperative mailings offer details rush 25c
and stamped addressed envelope to
P.O. Box 12285-A Gainesville 32604 (m- v
10t-35-p) r K
STEVE HANCOCKS AUTO REPAIRTUNE C
UP SPECIAL!! Free oil change with every a
tune-up. 208 N.W. 10th Ave. 377-5185
(m-22t-31-p)
Efficient, quality typing ft editing.
Student rates available, experienced
secretaries Professional work. Coll
375-3768 or 373-6296 (m-st-39-p)
Typing. Close to campus, fast and
reliable. Can help with editing MA in
French-English. Call Jenny, 375-0240 day
or night. (m-st-39-p)

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oMceouse
has found 200 more mirrors.
Due to the fantastic response
from the last sale we again
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today 10am
10 pm til hr
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1003 N.W.dth St.
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Thursday, November 20, 1975

SERVICES
EXPERIENCED TYPIST: IBM Selectric 11,
Med. Graduate School Approved, Fast
dependable, Phyllis 372-6767 (m-fr-6)
HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS
BY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
ABILITY STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS.
Donald G. Pratt, Director 373-3059 (m (m---35t-17-p)
--35t-17-p) (m---35t-17-p)
Need typing? Hove IBM Selectric
correcting. $.65-page. Call 377-5185
daytimes. (m-52t-3-p)
English riding lessons and jumping on
our show horses. Excellent instruction.
Reduced rates for students. Coll for
appointment 375-3304 (m-st-43-p)
Electrolysis by appointment. Some
evenings, weekends available. Mrs. J.N.
Karp Registered electrologist 376-5673,
Bonk Americord and MC (m-10t-43-p)
MIT GRAD WILL TUTOR IN MATH ANu
PHYSICS EXPERIENCED TEACHING
COLLEGE LEVEL.S4.SO PER HOUR CALL
EVENINGS 372-5035
TYPING-IBM Correcting Selectric- call
Marry after 4 372-1728 (m-st-41-p)
Horseback riding at tall oaks stable at
Archer. 7 miles past 1-75 on Archer Road.
Open daily. 3.50 per hour call 495-2240.
(m-20t-28-p)
HI I'm Jay fly me around Gainesville or
most any place Fla. You just pay for
price of the plane CALL 373-7930 (m-20t (m-20t-28£)
-28£) (m-20t-28£)
WIRED FOR SIGHT
The Eyeglass Super Mart
University Opticians
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
Scuba Classes starting Nov. 19
Scuba equipment provided 4 open
water dives. Sales, service repairs, air
rentals, Tom Allen Co-Host of Wild
Kingdom TV. Allen's Aquatic ft Trail
Center 3448 W. University Ave. 373-
>233. (m-fr-2-c)
ir House
Trish is Back
6900 S.W. Archer Rd.
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Slicked over junk on the silver screen

By RICHARD BURKHOLDER
Alligator Staff Writer

ItS too bad that the double bill as an indoor cinema in institution
stitution institution has all but disappeared. If it was still around then
two calcimine comedies presently running in Gainesville
could inhabit its lower and decideiy lesser half.
These two losers are Peeper, an ennui-inducing private privateeye
eye privateeye spoof with Michael Caine and Old Dracula, a firnny-
horror cheapo starring David Niven.
Here are two English film actors, both frequent objects of
critical praise, and yet both bothered to squander their time
and talents on these two horseshit movies. Truly, British
economic conditions must be bad for these two fine thespians
to relinquish their senses of artistic selectivity.
Os course, this lack of discretion is not confined to mere
performers: the leeching of easy prey has been a Hollywood

entertainment
Wm BB H H J

Wine labels tell story

They stand as formidable obstacles to the success of an
evenings entertainment.
Lines upon the shelves, bottle after bottle of wine printed in
a foreign language, with markings as confusing as they are
numerous.
Actually, buying wine in a store can be a very simple task,
since the labels actually reveal everything the purchaser needs
to know to buy the right wine compliment for their meal.
WITH FRENCH WINES look at the label for the words
Appellation Controlee or the words Vins Delimites de
Qualite Superieure, which translated means Delimited
wines of Superior Quality.
The Appellation Controlee wines are the best in Fra ce.
Those bearing the second label, which is often abbreviated
V.D.Q.S. with a picture of a hand holding a wine glass, rank
second in quality, but still are far superior to the Vin Or Ordinaire
dinaire Ordinaire quality of wine.
Between die words appellation and controlee win be a name
such as St. Emillion, Bourdeaux. From this you derive the
region, within a few square miles, of the origin of the wine.
In 1855, the wines of France were ranked and classified
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IMPORTED WINES
.. all in the label
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N^ j S Ulte * ten the quest tor salable material
Hli 6 j ovie 'd ni moguls back to the overworked straits of
Hollywood self-parody.
Peeper." one such parody, proved so arch and self selfarnore
arnore selfarnore an attempt to knock the Bogart-style detective
C s at s en d my face had ached from too much
grimacing. During the movies course, all the stock,
rea are evices were trundled out: everything (it seemed)
plotting a^Bue 10 cool dames and incomprehensible
Came portrays a Sherlock-for-hire named, of all things,
Tacker (not exactly a macho appellation get the
jo e. w o got discharged from the British armed services
and is. by 1947, fighting off poverty somewhere in LA. One
night a prospective client almost pushes Tuckers face in
unng the explanation of a case warranting Tuckers at attention
tention attention (dazzling humor, this).
Well, as the plot elements thicken our hero is, in turn,

according to quality. The classifications are Premiers Cru,
Duexiemes Cru, Troisiemes Cru; meaning first, second and
third growths, depending of the quality of the wine.
AVOID CONFUSING THESE rankings with the words
Grand Cru, which merely means the grower thinks the wine
is a great growth.
Although he may think so, the judges in 1855 did not.
The third item to check is the date of the vintage.
This will range from last year to the early 1900s, depending
of the price of the wine. Dont expect to find anything older
than 1972 in most stores, since older wines have generally
already been sold, and are sitting in storage somewhere.
RED WINES are best when consumed three years after
their vintage, while whites are best after one or two years.
Champagnes are generally not marked with a vintage, since
the cdler masters prefer to mix the grapes of several years in
order to maintain a consistant quality in their wines.
Remember, vintage on a bottle only tells you when it was
grown, not how good it will be to drink.
Italian wines are marked first with an import label on the
neck of the bottle. This label is red and bears the word Italia,
meaning nothing more than die wine is indeed Italian.
CHIANTI CLASSICOS also have a black cockerel rooster
label, indicating that this is indeed genuine Chianti, one of
the best wines in the world.
Italian wines are seldom vintage, since the growers mix
various growths together to produce a constant quality in
their wines;
The wine takes the name of the style of wine which it
resembles. This practice is what led to Chianti growers
having a special marking, since all red dry wines produced in
Northern Italy were being marketed as Chianti.
For example, legend tells of a French bishop in the Middle
Ages who had his servant go ahead of him to mark on the
walls of inns the word Est (It is) meaning the wine served
there are worth stopping for.
THE SERVANT was so impressed with the wine of one
establishment that he wrote Est! Est! Est!. Apparently the
servant was right, since according to legend, the bishop
stayed and drank himself to death.
To this day, Est! Est! Est!, signifies a wine of great
potency.
California wines take on the name of the grape they are
produced from and are called varietial wines.
The exception to this are the lower priced wines, which are
named after the better French varities, but there is no
comparison beyond the names.
CALIFORNIA WINES are seldom vintage, since the
weather is more or less consistant, and growths from year to
year show little variation.
The most important marking are the words Produced and
Bottled by or Made and Bottled by-.
In the case of the former, the seller actually grew the
grapes, and then made the wine. In the case of the latter, the
siller merely bought his grapes from others, then made the
w jne.
If only the words Bottled by appear, good luck,
because their is no way to tell who even made the wine.
LOOKING FOR THESE markings in all the other print
that appears on the label will help you make an intelligent
choice; and provide a topic of conversation to break the
dinner time ice.

introduced to a pair of man-eating women, Sydney Green Greenstreet
street Greenstreet (or a reasonable facsimile) and a timid burglar working
for Mr. Big. After awhile the whole thing starts to read as
cliched treatments of cliches which should mean instant
Nytol to all but the most easily amused.
Blame for this mess should rightfully be dumped at the
doorstep of director Peter Hyams. A farcical Chinatown
his creation is not: instead it strains its purported humor
to the point of undisguisable boredom.
Old Dracula isnt much better. In this one Drac, now
the proprietor of his castle-home tourist attraction, flits
batfully about with a complete blood analysis laboratory in
tow.
Add a London setting, a 60s-mod musical score, and a
hopelessly polyp-brained romantic subplot and one has his
own personal bloodsucking to the tune of a $2.50 admission
fee at the Royal Park Cinema.

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... mean rock and blues
Glitter queens
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at Great Southern
By KEVIN BLOOM
Alligator Entertainment Editor
Local feminists can have a ball tonight and Saturday might
at the Great Southern Music Hall as Labelle and Melissa
Manchester take to the stage to strut their respective stuff.
Labelle, a futuristically attired trio of female vocalists
perform Thursday night with a stage show that has become
the talk of the music community.
Led by Patti Ladle, a superb contralto, the group has
been dubbed a rhythm and blues theater for their bizzare
antics that rival those of David Bowie (arriving on stage via
hydraulic lift).
WITH HELP from Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash, Patti
Laelle has evolved from a somewhat lackluster past to the
heights of glitter queen rock with raw sexuality that rivals
Tina Turner and a stage presence that defies description.
One show only at 9 p.m.
A little more low key costume-wise but every bit as gutsy is
Melissa Manchester, playing Saturday night at the Great
Southern.
AFTER THREE ALBUMS and numerous appearances on
late night rock and roll shows, Manchester returns to
Gainesville after an outstanding show last February.
Manchester can belt out some mean rock and blues on the
piano in addition to being one of the most powerful female
vocalists on the scene.
She will do two shows at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.

Thurtdoy, November 20, 1975

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26

sports

New kids startle
veteran grapplers

By MARK JOHNSON
Alligator Sport* Writer
The veterans on the Gator
wrestling team found
themselves a bit crowded
Tuesday night by some new
lads on the block. So there
goes the neighborhood.
The kidsnamely a scuffy
bunch of freshmen and junior
transfer students composing
the B1 ue team wasted little
time in moving in, handing
the veteran Orange squad a
19-10 setback in the. Orange
aid Blue wrestling match
before about 800 onlookers
Tuesday night in Florida
Gym.
WERE DEFINITELY
going to need some
rearranging, wrestling coach
Gary Schneider said. Thats
cne good part about the
Orange and Blue meet, that
we found out these things
now.
One of those individuals
soon to be shuffled is
sophomore Dsnny Lubell,
who suffered a startling upset

Volleyball team finishes out of the money

By MEG GRIGGS
Alligator Sports Writer
Florida International University won the Florida Womens
J Intercollegiate Volleyball Championships with Florida State
(FSU) placing second and Flagler College third. The Lady
Gators did" not fare well.
After .winning their first match against Florida Southern
College, the UF women remained in the double elimination
tournament for two more matches, losing both which resulted

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toss to freshman Jeff Cutler in i
the feature event of the
evening. Lubell, last years
Southeastern Conference 1
runner-up in the 150-pound
division, wrestled at 158 |
Tuesday and found himself
outclassed by the two-time i
Florida state high school
champion. '
Cutlers 7-2 victory was a
bit deceiving, however, for
Lubell gave him all the fight
he could muster with some of
the most furious action of the <
evening. <
THAT MATCH surprised
myself and many other <
people, Schneider said. I
thought Cutler was going to
be very competitive. However,
1 though Lubell, with his
experience, was going to edge
die match.
I was under the im-
pression that Lubell could not <
handle the 158-pound weight i
dass, and that was shown i
tonight, Schneider said, i
Lubell will move back into the i
150-pound division. i
Schneider also indicated

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that sophomore Billy Guido
will be switched back with the
142-pounders after losing to j
Bob Seville of the Orange, 10-
2, in a one-sided match at 150
pounds.
A COUPLE other j
newcomers pulled surprises j
Tuesday as junior transfer
student Paul Schmidt out outwrestled
wrestled outwrestled h'is lumbering op opponent
ponent opponent Nils Strandskov in the
heavyweight division, and
freshman Mark McNitt
out muscled Vic Holloway 4-3
on riding time at 118 pounds.
Mark was a little more
cautious than he usually is,
Schneider said. Hes nor normally
mally normally a very agressive
wrestler, but with his life on
the line, he did hold back a
little.
For McNitt, Cutler, and i
several other wrestlers, the
Orange-Blue meet 1
represented the final round of
die team wrestle-offs, and
their victories gave them the <
number one position in their
respective weight classes.
FRESHMAN RICKY j

in the end of tournament play for the Lady Gators.
THE SECOND match for the UF women was against
Florida Technological University (FTU). Both teams won one
game and in the third game FTU plunged ahead, scoring 13
points to UFs two. The Lady Gators rallied back to tie the
score at 13, but their fight could not be sustained and UF
went into the losers bracket.
The following day the Lady Gators, mentally wounded by
their loss to FTU, fell victim to Miami, putting them out of
the championship chase.

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.. one of six defeats for veteran Orange squad

Wolfson had little trouble
dinching the top position in
the 142-pound classification
by holding off Mike Ralphs
late rally for a 12-8 victory.
Paul Bruns, also of the Blue
squad, knocked off John Orr
6-2, while Joe Russo defeated
Pat Bruce for the Orange, 5-3.
The old guys used their big
guns to good advantage,

however, as co-captains Artie
Haberman and Tim Wor Worsowicz
sowicz Worsowicz dominated their
respective opponents.
Haberman rode Joe Skibo
Ruffin to a 12-5 victory, while
Worsowicz gave freshman
Billy Teutsch a lesson in the
art of wrestling with a 7-1
beating, despite a creditable
effort by the youngster.

Losing to FTU was the turning point, said Coach Kay
Johnson. "The team played really well, the best match they
have played all year long. A few bad breaks caused the
decisive loss.
NOW THAT the season is over for the Lady Gators, they
must wait until October for competitive volleyball to begin
again.
Die girls have skill but need to work on technique and team
play, said Johnson. They could have the potential to be one
of the top three teams in the state next year.

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19 W*dnsday, Novmbr 19, 1975

The team in my opinion
looked to be in better-than better-thanaverage
average better-thanaverage condition in most
cases, Schneider said. I felt
wed be going into this
weekends Tampa In Invitational
vitational Invitational Tourney with a
good team, but we found out
from the Orange and Blue
match that we could be even
going in the better team.



tk.iriov. November 20. 1975

Duose, Posey
leading SEC
i

BIRMINGHAM, ALA. (UPl)Fullback
Jimmy Dubose of Florida leads the
Southeastern Conference in rushing and
teammate David Posey is tops in scoring
according to statistics released Tuesday by the
SEC commissioners office.
Dubose has gained 1,219 yards on 175
itempts and scored six touchdowns. With an
average seven yards per carry, he is 7th in the
nation and 93 yards short of the SEC seasonal
inshing record of 1,312 yards set in 1949 by
John Dottley of Ole Miss.
POSEY, A place kicker for the Gators, has
scored 63 points, making good on 36 of 37
point after attempts and nine of 14 field goal
tries.
Behind Duose in rushing statistics in
Kentuckys Sonny Collins with 1,097 net
yards and an average of 4.7 and five touch touchdowns.
downs. touchdowns. Walter Packer of Mississippi State is
third with 916 yards and seven TDs.
Rounding out the top five rushers are
Georgia teammates Glynn Harrison and
Kevin McLee, who is also second in scoring
with 60 points on 10 touchdowns.
MISSISSIPPI STATES Kinney Jordan
kicked three field goals last Saturday to tie the
SEC record of 13 in a season and take third
place in the conference scoring with 52 points.
Fourth is LSUs Terry Robiskie with 50,
followed by Auburns Neil ODonoghue with
49.
Leading passer in the SEC is LSU quar quarterback
terback quarterback Pat Lyons with 65 completions in 10

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games. He has passed for 832 yards and two
touchdowns and has a .41 percentage.
Tim Ellis of Ole Miss has a .57 percentage
but has participated in just seven games,
completing 45 passes for 582 yards'and four
touchdowns. Third is Tennessees Randy
Wallace, who has the most yards at 1,109 and
seven touchdowns.
FRED FISHER of Vanderbilt and Bruce
Threadgill of Mississippi State are fourth and
fifth in passing, each with 41 completions in
right games. Fisher has 421 yards and one TD
while Threadgill has 548 yards and two
scores.
In the receiving category, Tennessee split
end Larry Seivers dominates with 31 catches
in eight games for 722 yards and four touch touchdowns.
downs. touchdowns. Rick Kimbrough of Ole Miss also has
31 catches but has gained 407 yards and one
touchdown.
Third in receiving is Vanderbilts Barry 1
Burton with 29 snares for 290 yards and two
TDs, followed by Auburns Jeff Gilligan (19
for 383 yards and three TDs) and Floridas
Wes Chandler (20 for 475-yards and five
TDs).
In other statistical categories: Willie Shelby I
of Alabama leads in punt returns with 380- j
yards on 41 attempts and one touchdowm; ]
Auburns Gyde Baumgartner is the leagues ]
best punter with 1.729 yards on 42 kicks; j
LSUs Robert Dow has returned 21 kick-offs ]
for 582 yards, and Vanderbilt's Ed Oaks leads j
in interceptions with five for 75 yards.

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Aroused Bear
sets lion trap

Paul?
Call me Bear.
OKAY. (PAUSE)
BEAR?
You may speak.
Is it true you fixed it so the
Sugar Bowl committee invited
Perm State instead of
Oklahoma or Nebraska?
YOURE DAMN right!
That Big Ape Conference has
given me fits. 69 to 72. 1
know them by heart! We lost
to Missouri 35-10 in the Gator
Bowl, 47-33 to Colorado in
the Liberty Bowl. The Liberty
Bowl! Jeez, George was
pissed *bout that one.
Bear..
I'm not through! In 7l
we finally tied Oklahoma.
Caught them in time before
that Swisher recruited half of
the St. Louis Zoo! Then 38-6
to Nebraska. 1 had to be
twice as mean the next year to
prove 1 wasnt embarrassed.
BUT YOU havent played
them since.
Damn right! In 72 I
made the mistake of playing
Darrell Royals South
Campus of Oklahoma
University. So we lose, 17-13!
1 finally decided this has got
to stop. Im the king and
theyre laughing at me. Even
'Hand-off Hayes wins more
bowls than me.
So I figure whos the most
overrated team? Well,
everybody knows Notre Dame
is milking that Gipper sob-

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Gub. This weeks only Lacrosse Club practice is Friday. 3:30
p.m. at Hume Field.
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pining may attend tonight or call Mick McClanahan, 375-
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Schedules for the Nov. 21-23 All-University Racquetball
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Fig. Men's round starts at 6 p.m. Friday. Women's round
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stoty for all its worth. So
they score when my back is
turned, and we lose the Sugar
Bowl, 24-23.
LUCK I say. We'll try
'em again next year. So I call
the Orange Bow] and the
Pope the next day and it's
set. 1 figured we could use a
change of scenery and the
Sugar Bowl was talking about
Nebraska as an opponent.
So I gave Florida the
Sugar Bowl, let them suffer.
But "Devine intervention
beats me again. 13-11. By
now I'm thinking I'm jinxed.
Why should this happen to a
nice guv like me?
Bowls arent everything,
Bear."
IF YOU win one theyre
not. Anyhow, this is top
secret, but I hope I can trust
you. This may be my last
year. George and I may go to
Washington next year. What
a ticket!
Youre going to run 'for
Vice- President?
That's what he thinks.
Anyway, i really wanted to
win a bowl this year. But
Texas looks tough, and the

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Orange Bowl gave me
nightmares for a week. So I
gave my old Sugar Bowl
friends a ring.
EVERYTHING WAS
fine, except they were
thinking about Nebraska or
Oklahoma again. So I had to
do a little dealing.
Dealing?
You dont call Georgia in
the Cotton Bowl and J
Maryland in the Gator Bowl 1
dealing? Os course, I still had
to close the last door, so I
grabbed Penn State as our |
opponent for the Sugar Bowl, j
Where else can the Big Ape
losers go?"
WHAT IF the authorities
dont like it?" |
As tong as the trial is held
in Alabama, not a jury in the
world would convict me!
But what if Penn State
beats you?
THATS TRAITOR
TALK."
But some people think
they can.
That did it. Im going to
call my boys.
THE FOOTBALL
PLAYERS?
No. The Alabama State
Police.
For what?
YOULL BE charged with
high treason against the State
of Alabama and the Bear.
For saying you might
lose?"
I made two New Years
resolutions this year. One was
to win a bowl game at any
cost."
But Bear. Im your wife;
Besides, you can t just lock up
anyone who's against the
Alabama football team!
Oh. no? That was my
second resolution.

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The Independent NOV.'20 1975 Pa t oc VyOL.68, NO.F43 Published by Campus Communications Inc. Gainesville, Florida Not officially associated with the University of Florida Hey, you! spiritualist discussesviews of life on Plaza Responded to students questions with strong emotions Hearing ends Phillips: I had to give an honest answer By DAVID KLEIN Alligator Staff Writer Former Santa Fe police academy coordinator Robert Phillips testified at his own hearing Wednesday that 'Ahen asked a question by the news media, I felt I had to give ait honest answer." The honest answer Phillips gave two months ago to the Gainesville Sun forced his resignation from the police academy, and caused his suspension without pay from his Job as a Santa Fe Community College laA d cement instructor. PHILLIPS TOLD the Sun on Sept. 13 he had smoked and enjoyed marijuana for 1wo and a half years. Three days later the Santa Fe administration suspended Phillips, and the college's law enforcement advisory comtmittee accepted his resignation from the police academy. Santa Fe President Alan J. Robertson asked the college's board of trustees to fire Phillips, a tenured professor, because his admission of marijuana use made him useless as a law enforcement instructor. Phillips requested a full hearing, and this began Tuesday. It ended Wednesday soon after Phillips testified.The hearing officer, Ken Oertel, must decide whether or not to recommend Phillips be fired. He is expected to hand down a decision within a month. THE HEARING LASTED eight hours Tuesday, but onl three hours Wednesday. The interrogation of Phillips took most of that time. "A police officer is still a citizen," the former police academy director said. "He has the right, the freedom of (See 'Phillips' page 10) Outside activities enhance job chances By JOANNE KOHL Alligator Staff Writer tUF students, whether they are the president of the student body or the editor ol The Alligator, are finding they have a better ,hance oi ending a job after graduation if te did more in college than just study. eliir e'ades mayv drop, they may miss a few classes. but according to Maurice Mayberry. UF Career Planning and Placement Center director. hose students who are involved in a ot of outside activities have an important advantage in most job interviews. "TIIE MORE AN occupation is people o'tented lthe less important the grade is," Masberrs said. "If the field is subject oriented such as chemistry. grades are more import. t 'Outside activities represent the student's effort to go above and beyond what's required ot him. It shows enterprise." lie tight 'b market is affecting employers' attitude about grades, Mayberry added. "EMPLOYERS ARE leaning more heavily on grades as a sign of success in pursuance of goals," ie said. Ihentedical college admissions office looks lbr signs of unselfishness and sympathy in its candidates, Dean C. A. Stetson of UF's medical college explained. "We do pay attention to grades," Stetson explained. "But getting into medical school takes more than brains. Service activities; such as tutoring, hospital work, and volunteer activities are signs of a willingness to go beyond yourself and think of others." "ANY SIGN OF excellence is highly GATOR FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE end regarded. too," he added. "People with the Mark Maynor spends about three hours every drive to be a chess champion or something day in football practice, but it hasn't brought like that usually do well in medical school." his grade point average down. However. students who want to get into las 'It' my grades began to slip, I'd quit," school should concentrate on their grades. Manor said. admissions officer Joyce Kates said. Attending school on a football scholarship, 'hlie only time wee consider outside acMa"nor is majoring-in English. and wants to tivites is when an application is on hold. and qo to law school. only 20 per cent of the incoming students are SUE CLINE USUALLY studies during the these applicants." carly hours of the morning. As Student Senate AP 1 I MARCHING BAND PICCOLO PLAYERS photo by stve hllger band, club members have greater chances of landing jobs president pro tem, vice-president Savant, executive vice-president of Young Democrats, and member of numerous student senate committees, Cline usually spends abcu, nine hours daily with Student Governtem business. "If I'm not accomplishing something i m not producing and I don't feel satisfieI I myself," Cline said. "It gives me a ii a satisfaction to see a bill passed, a goal complished." "This is my test quarter." Cline explained This is her first quarter in law school weith 13-hour load. "Whether I cut down on ti extracurricular activities or not depends 0n my grades this quarter" STUDENT BODY VICE President Dan Lobeck is taking 12 hours of classes, down from his usual 16 hour load. "I won't pretend that my grades haven't suffered," Lobeck said. "The main reason I'm here is to learn how to be a lawyer, and to deal with people." "I'm doing this (SG work) for my own personal satisfaction, too. I enjoy serving the student body," Lobeck added. "To some people that get elected, Student Government is just another line on their resumes. They come in for a few minutes every day, check their mailboxes and leave." "THEY'RE NOT COMMITTED and that cheats the student body." Alligator 'Editor-in-Chief Tom Shroder admitted he didn't like getting C's, but "I usually take a deep breath when I get my (See 'Activities page 19) AL I

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I %,Upsule Terroristse Attacks increase in U. S. WASHINGTON (UPI)-FBI Director Clarence Kelley said Wednesday there has been a sharp increase this year in the number of terrorist bombings in America by new left revolutionaries. Kelley told the Senate Internal Security subcommittee that a number of terrorist groups have "spread across our nation" and had received "both moral and material support from some segments of the American -public." He did not name which segments he was talking about. Bombings by "new left revolutionaries are now on the increase," Kelley said. He said there were 46 terrorist bombings in just the first six months of this year, one more than the total 45 such incidents records in all of 1974. In 1973 there were 24 bombings claimed by or attributed to terrorist groups. Kelley algo denied during a brief conversation with reporters that the FBI was engaged in terrorist activities in an effort to trap suspect terrorists. "I can say categorically that we do not have prvocateurs.who are going around engaging in terrorist activity," he said. Population: Growth increases war risk WASHINGTON (UPI) -Current population growth rates in developing countries together with the proliferation of sophisticated weapons increase the risk of war, the chairman of the U.S. Council on Environmental Quality said Wednesday. here are 4 billion people inhabiting earth and Dr. Russell Peterson said about 70 percent of those people live in the developing nations. At present rates of growth, he said the developing countries will hold 82 per cent of the global population in 35 years. -9 yida's wather 2 t ursday/ The InddepncetF moiu uguw TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Gov. Reubin Askew collected his first signatures Wednesday in a petition drive to enact by popular vote a "sunshine in politics" provision which is tougher on dishonest public officials than ones repeatedly rejected by government at every level." Askew told a Capitol news conference that kicked off the drive for signatures of 210,000 registered voters in half the st ate's 15 congressional districts to put the amendment on the November 1976 ballot. A. ---*W ---&Z7 WW sie regisiasurn. Askew's wife, Donna Lou, Hous paelokystarbl Fair and mild weather today and possibly Friday. Rain se t ndoAns the house panel okays tax b ll and colder weather no later than Saturday with clearing second to sign one of the andcoler kie bySunay.postcard petitions for a public W RhNo ut Ford's budget ceiein and colder skies by Sunday. vote next year which if w it ou o d s b d e e ln successful would give Florida WASHINGTON (UPI)-The House Rules sections of the bill. Toward the weekend one of the stiffest laws in the Committee Wednesday cleared a massive tax But the panel rejected all but one of the nation for ethical conduct of revision bill for House floor action, but amendments proposed by conservatives, politicians. infused to allow a vote to include President including two that would have eased the effect Partly cloudy with a chance of showers both today Not only would it throw the Bord's proposed $395 billion spending ceiling. on the Ways and Means committee's decision and tonightThe low will be near 60 and the high near 70. light od day on politicians tocb tax shelters in th The rain probability stands at 20 per cent Thursday and 40 while they are in office, but The rules panel's action means the 674tocur omx iteesacte oil and gas midustry. per cent Thursday night. keep them from cashing in on page bill-including an extension of 1975 Ru conmteeWon came rapidly after these contracts through recessionfighting tax cuts-was likely to Democrats on the Ways and Means core lobbying or other reach the House floor in early December mittee rejected the obvious sentiment on threpresentation for two years after Congress returns from its thanksgiving Rules panel to split the tax cut portion of the after they leave office. recess. bill from the remaining sections dealing with revisions of the Internal Revenue Code. The S:nri.eTS7n .et"This is the biggest most In a victory for tax reformers, the comDemocrats feared the tax cut would pass 6:58 am. EST 5:37 p.m. ESTI positive step we can take to rm-ittee voted to allow liberals to offer a series quickly but the limited reforms in the bill restore confidence in of amendments to strengthen f the reformss buld die. e J RTHR MYSJS flSJ J B Specializing in the social, communication, & health sciences Survey design and questir"inaire AAI1Cdevelopment. 1.Interviewing and opinion reseo r. rg'. Data collection. liberFaas @jIeu5e~t* f o El5SPSS File creation and computerized W 4ifu statistical analysis miercierofull CA LL 372-5982 Mn-Fr N"Y 5AMA4 ON Rimp 4,-AZ56R 1VO REVERE CYCLE W RouKnft o-tdio-nPk1 C rrn good ,tun* up.0 e .at~W~ 37b-8863 Thursday, November 20, 1975 I I -7=00 CIA reprt out today U.S. okayed WASHINGTON (UPI)-An emissary who said he had been sent by then-Attorney General Robert Kennedy reportedly assured a Cuban CIA agent the plot to assassinate Premier Fidet Castro was approved by high U.S; officials, Congressional sources said Wednesday. The sources said the assurances were conveyed to the Cuban agent at a meeting in Paris, Oct. 29, 1963-less than a month before President John Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. Sen. Edward Kennedy however testified earlier before the select committee he had no evidence his older brothes, President Kennedy or Robert Kennedy, would have sanctioned such schemes. Senate investigators, the sources added, have reason to believe the Cuban may have been a double agent who kept Premier Fidel Castro informed of CIA schemes to assassinate him. Castro has claimed there were 100 plots against his life. Continuing allegations President Kennedy's assassination on Nov. 22, 1963, may have been connected with Cuba, prompted the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence to create a subcommittee, under the chairmanship of Sen. Richard Schweiker, R-Pa., to investigate possible links. Premier Fidel Castro denied to Sen. George McGovern. D-S.D., this year he was responsible in any way for Kennedy's death. McGovern reported Castro told him that to assassinate Kennedy would have spelled serious trouble for Havana. Officials at the Senate select committee declined to comment on the report about the Cuban agent. It could not be Askew kicks off dis clos ure d rive TL-I-A-J. 9,%r&d Alliontor Castro hit The Senate is to meet in secret session Thursday morning to consider the assassination report which is said to be about_100 pages long. It is to be made public later in the day. At one point, the sources said, the agent demanded proof the assassination schemes had the backing of high U.S. authorities. These were conveyed by an unnamed emmissary who said he came especially from the Attorney General. Senate investigators reportedly have had difficulty in tracing the authority under which the CIA developed schemes to assassinate such foreign leaders as Castro, Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba, Dominican Republic dictator Rafael Trujillo and others. Reagan to open campaign today WASHINGTON (UPI)-Ronald Reagan, convinced he can depose President Ford and beat the Democrats, will formally open his campaign Thursday for the Republican Presidential nomination. Reagan is scheduled to make his long-anticipated announcement at a Washington news conference. Reagan plans speeches and news conferences in Florida and New Hampshire-two states which hold very early bellweather pri varies. Some conservative strategists consider Florida and New Hampshire fertile campaign grounds for Reagan where he could damage and possibly cripple Ford's hopes of winning the GOP nomination and seeking a Presidential term in his own right. Reagan served eight years as governor of California, the nation's most populous state, after a career as a motion picture and television actor which spanned nearly three decades. Reagan has been urged by conservatives to make the race almost since Ford took office, but insisted on waiting until a series of polls taken in key areas could convince hint that there was a chance to beat Ford and any contender the Democrats nominate.

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ByGARRY HART Al1gator Staff Writer UF faculty and administrators--crying grade inflationsay they are worried about the trend toward higher grades at the state universities. More than 58 percent of UF students received A's and B's in the fall of 1974, a 10 per cent increase in 10 years, while only eight per cent got 1Ys or E's last fall. ALMOST EVERY university in the state experienced at least three to four per cent inflation in higher grades. The greatest grade increase was at Florida Atlantic University, where they were 13 per cent more A's and B's than in 1%9. The only school to experience a decrease was Florida State, where the A's and B's were down four per cent. UF Executive Vice President Harold Hanson said he is concerned about the statistics, but surprised the figure isn't higher. "IT'S A CHRONIC problem," Hanson said. "We've been looking at it for many years. It's a national concern." Hanson said there was pressure on the faculty as part of the cause of higher grades. He said the faculty feel the pressure from the students who want good grade point averages to show any prospective employers. "BUT I HATE to say there is blame," he added, referring to the professors. "It's mainly a matter of how they choose to use the grades. "Some professors have psychological reasons for not discouraging students. And some want to grade on the basis of student potential," he said. Dr. G.E. Tully, regent director of educational research, said the grade inflation is "of continuing concern for the board members." TULLY SAID some of the main causes are the changing practices toward finals "like waiving finals, take-home finals and substituting projects for finals." He also mentioned the tendency to contract grading and a lack of interest on the part of the faculty. At least one UF professor is not concerned, but she is also surprised that the number is not higher. DR. BETTY STEVENS, an associate professor of behavioral studies, is impressed with the ability of her students and expects them to do good. Today's "students are more able and with more able students, you should have nsore higher grades," she said. "I get some papers in my class that I could not have done as an undergraduate," she testified. NEVERTHELESS, administrators are concerned with the growing number of higher grades and have made several recommendations to curb this rise. Tully has recommended that the universities make the faculty aware of the percentages of grades given out each quarter. He also suggested the Regents make a periodic review to monitor the grading trends. HANSON SAID UF has "done things to cut down on people who receive high honors at graduation," but he balks at the idea of establishing quotas on grades. "My recommendation is that the students be numbered and given a ranking," he said. But he said nothing could be done but make the professors aware of the situation. "We just have to try to emphasize to the faculty to give grades that the students deserve," he said. 1969 1974 AB C DE AB C DE FAU 49.7 32.5 10.8 62 14 5 FSU 60 26.9 8.6 56 12 5 FTU 53.4 28.6 12.0 56 16 7 UF 54.3 33.1 10.9 58 15 8 USF 58.0 31.0 11.0 unavailable UWF 51.0 29.0 10.0 55 15 3 FIU established after 35 15 UNF the study began 62 17 8 -I -M This chart represents the percentage of grade inflation within the State University System. The comparison was made between overall percentages in 1969 and 1974 Deans recommend grades remain basis for upper division entrance By AL ELKINS Allgater Staff Writer The Council of Academic Deans recommended to UF President Robert Marston Wednesday that grades remain the major standard fbr admission of community college transfers to UF upper division colleges. A counter-proposal that admission be determined by performance or achievement tests was rejected three weeks ago. UF STUDENTS will continue to face current admission policies of the college they apply to, but community college transfer studentswill be accepted on a basis of grade point average, courses completed and theirrank in their graduating class the council recommended. Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said UF would take into account a transfer student's standing in his class because it would be "taking the judgement of the faculty of the community colleges." Bryan also said by requiring certain courses to be completed, UF can get students to come to the school before they apply to an upper division college. 'TAKE DR. CHARLES Cornelius in the vet program. He requires an animal science course to enter the Vet School. The course is not offered in any Florida community college, so the student must come to UF," Bryan said. Bryan added, by showing community college students entrance requirements for each upper division college, UF is "educating" the students. "What they would like is a simple statement, 'Yeah, okay, everyone with a 2.0 grade point average can get in,' Bryan said. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (UC) Dean Bob Burton Brown said the grade average was worthless criteria for entering a university. Brown added he hopes UF would not emphasize grade averages in its admissions policy. Bryan said using merely grade point averages and the student's Associate of Arts degree received from his community college were unfair entrance requirements. "If we use just grades and the A.A., it's unfair to community colleges because of the wide disparity of grading in the state's (See 'Grades' page 20) P the P14ace Is not big9enough of* for*veryone. Reserve now to be certain of Winter occupancy. HOURS: eClosest to Campus eMoster TV Antenna 1 e10N. -FRI. ePool, Sauna 10A.M to 5P.M. eFuly Fui 1231 S. 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4 York requests elimination of 'deadwood' Curriculum house cleaning at UF is around the comer following a request by State University System Chancellor E.T. York to screen out courses not considered essential to higher education. York said remedial type courses offered elsewhere than the university system would be best dropped. YORK SAID HIS staff has not determined if any courses in the university system are useless, and that he was only recommending to the Council of Presidents to look into the matter. UF Vice President for Academic Affairs Robert Bryan said he encouraged the University Curriculum Committee to get rid of courses he called "deadwood." "For example, we used to have a course called flycasting. And every statistics course was taught by a different department. It was this kind of redundancy that has to be eliminated," Bryan said. Thursday, November 20, 1975 dent Florida All photo by robby feldman, E.T. YORK ..screen out non-essential courses BRYAN COULD NOT, however, specifically name any courses now being taught that would be classified as "deadwood." Bryan added if a course is not registered for five years, it is dropped from the UF catalog. Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs Gene Hemp said it would be up to the curriculum committee to decide what courses, if any, should be eliminated. Student claims police sprayed mace at concert By DANNY LEWIS Alligator Staff Writer University Police Department (UPD) is currently investigating a UF student's claim that an tn identifiedUPDofficer sprayed mace in his face during the Chicago concert Sunday. Richard Sprafkin, 1725 NW 3 Place, said he was standing by one of the gates outside the north wall of Florida Field trying to see the band when the UPD officer sprayed ntace in his face. SPRAFKIN WAS NEVER arrested or charged with any crime. He said he did not see the officer who sprayed the mace because it was sprayed from behind the wall. However Sprafkin said he was standing on a barrel outside the stadium to see over the fence when he saw the officer approaching him. UPD Sgt. Jesse Lee is investigating the Group studies UF transportation problems By KEN LAMB Alligator Staff Writer Students account for approximately 75 per cent of all campus traffic while 88 per cent of their traveling is done by automobile. These are part of the statistical results reported to the UF Transportation Committee Wednesday as part of a study to determine the transportation needs of UF over the next 15 to 20 years. THE PROJECT focuses on the medium and long range transportation needs for the university, and so far only data has L-een gathered to build computer models dealing with mass transit, automobile use, and general parking problems. The immediate causes of UF traffic problems were cited as the poor transit now available, congestion from traffic merely driving across the university. too much reliance on automobiles, and too many cars trying to use too few parking spaces. "There was no other source for this data," investigator Robert Siegel told the committee," so we had to start our own study to determine the use of the -campus transportation facilities, and identify problem areas." THE STUDY showed only two per cent of campus travel is handled by bus. One member pointed out using buses is an "expensive proposition" if they are seldom used. Siegel retorted, "That's a decision you have ti make. You're the decision makers." THE STUDY noted traffic was most intense at noon hours and declined sharply after four o'clock. Trip volume, when broken down by hours, was highest between noon and one o'clock, and declined to only 44 per cent of that colume by 4 p.m. "Despite the fact, faculty reports indicate they have the greatest trip volume at the end of the six o'clock hour," Siegel explained. "We have conflicting data indicating the rush has significantly declined by four." ALTERNATIVES to be considered will be to reschedule classes later in the afternoon, stop non-university people from using the university's roadway during peak usage times, and improving facility utilization to provide fir less travel between buildings as students attend classes. Siegel asked the group, "Are you going to make this a price oriented thing, by charging $150 for an OB(officials business) decal? Are you going to assign certain priorities for parking? Will the students come first, or the faculty?" These and any other questions concerning the establishment of transportation priorities will be decided by the group within the next two to three weeks. THE CONSULTANTS making the study are leaning toward allowing transportation priorities to be set up by the UF administration and told the committee they were merely going to produce their models along the guidelines established by the committee. "We don't want to go before Student Government, or students, or the faculty, because we get such diverse opinions," Siegel explained. This remark was quickly rebuffed by a committee member who remarked, "We have an open campus, and we'll go to the campus to get input." Although no plans were made at the meeting to get campus input, several members said such action would be taken before any guidelines were issued to the consultants. These guidelines will be delivered within the next 15 to 30 days, through the vice presidents of the university. rMEMiCA tLLEGE ISSION YEST 00MTAL ADfAI$SION TEST PREPARATMOAL PROGRAMS Miami 9453347 Geonwwillo 376-9752 Cacti 4 for $1.00, f 4Viead g Expires Nov. 25 hINDER? 2 NW 16th Avenue Gneille, F Phone377-5268 A The Independent Florido alligator is a publiiotion of CompuS tot" munications incorporated, 0 private, non-profit corporotion. it is published five times weekly except during June, July, and August when it's published Semiweekly, and during student holidays and exam periods. Opino s oxpresstdi the Independent Alltgotor are those of the editors of the writes of ho orOc0e and not those of the Universityof Floridathe compus served byothe independent Florido Aligtor. Address correspoodence to The Independent For do Alligator, P.O. Box 14257, University Station, Goinesville, Florido, 32601 The Independent Florido Aligotor is entered as second tclt Matter other Jiod Sttes Post Offce at Goinesvile, Florido 32601. STsiption perY"r $5.S0peoquow'et. Theindependent Ftorido Alligator reserves the right to regulate the togaophicalte of tl odvertisements and to revise or turn away oil CoiPYt osideto rnobjeto eonbr. The Independent Floida Alligator oil-ot consider adjustmteots of CY* for ay adertiemensoinoing typographicalterror or eronoeousn"o unles noiceis gven to a dogoisetg monoger wishin ( lay aftoert ho O'lOerttsemttttappears. the independent Florid. Afltgoor wl ott bte6 irresponsible for more than one incorrect nMOern of on adverttismttt u s Ib BerrC.1arheduled to run severot times. WHERETHE MEAT IS THE SR* 201 N.W. 13th St. .oo lgOTF incident. He said he now "knows what happened," but he would not release any details. "THERE WAS SOME mace sprayed," Lee said. When an officer sprays mace, he is supposed to write a report. but no report was made out, Lee added. Spratkin said after he saw the officer coming towards him, he turned and walked away from the wall. "I FELT IMY BACK getting wet and wondered why, so I turned around and got mace squirted in my face," Sprafkin said. Sprafkin filed a complaint with UPD on Sunday, but on Wednesday he claimed the police had made little progress in the in. vestigation. "Its been days since I reported the spraying, and they still haven't found out who did it, he said. THE INVESTIGATION report will be turned over to UPD Chief Audie Shuler to determine whether disciplinary action is necessary. Lee said Wednesday. Shuler said Wednesday afternoon he had not received any report on the investigation. Using mace without adequate reason and not reporting its use against regulations. Shuler said. An officer who failed to follow rules in the manual would be subject to disciplinary action, Shuler said. I-M inn ii--

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The independent Florida Aliaator Thursday, November 20, 1975 Paid Advertisement Tonight-Protest Bigotry in the U.N.! The designation of Zionism as a form of racism by the United Nations is an outrage that debases the world organization, for it represents the triumph of falsehood and bigotry. What is Zionism? By Yosef Tekoah former smell Representative to the U.N. Zionism is the love of Zion. Zionism is the Jewish people's liberation movement, the quest for freedom, for equality with other notions. Yet in on organization in which liberation movements are hailed and supported, the Jewish people's struggle to restore its independence and sovereignty is maligned and slandered in an endless spot* of malice and venom. In his drive to annihilate the Jewish people, Hitler began by distorting the image of the Jews, by rewriting Jewish history, by fabricating some of the most odious historic and racial theories. The Arab governments, in their campaign to complete Hitler's crimes against the Jewish people and destroy the Jewish State, have adopted the some method of falsifying Jewish history, and in particular the meaning of the Zionist movement and the significance of its ideals. When the Jews, exiled from their land in the seventh century before the Christian era, sot by the rivers of Babylon and wept. but also prayed and sought ways to go home, that was Zionism. When in a mass revolt against their exile they returned and rebuilt the Temple and re-established their State, that was Zionism. When they were the last people in the entire Mediterranean basin to resist the forces of .the Roman Empire and to struggle for independence, that was Zionism. When for centuries after the Roman conquest they refused to surrender and rebelled again and again against the invaders, that was Zionism. When, uprooted from thei r land by the conquerors and dispersed by them all over the world, they continued to dream and to strive to Israel, that was Zionism. When, during the long succession of foreign invaders, they tried repeatedly to regain sovereignty at least in part of their homeland, that was Zionism. The Racism of Anti-Zionism by George F. Will; Commentary from the Gainesville Sun WASHINGTON -in the mid 17th century, Oliver Cromwell contemplated exterminating the Irish and settling Ireland with Europe's persecuted Jews. Regarding the Irish, the plan appealed to Cromwell's passionate side. Regarding the Jews, the plan appealed to his common sense. it acknowledged that the Jewish people were, indeed a "people." Possessing a common post and culture, they lacked only land, which is not the essence of a nation. The Jews were a notion in need of a home. More than 300 years later the Jewish people and the legitimacy of their nationalism, are under attack in the organization misleadingly named the United Nations. A U.N. committee has voted 70-29 to declare that Zionism is a form of racism. This move was sponsored by Arab regimes and was supported primarily by dictatorial regimes -China and Chile, the Soviet Union and Spain. I REFER TO regimes, not nations, because given the nature of the regimes of U.N. members, there are very few nations -meaning peoples -represented there. The vota censuring Zionism was a vote by numerous regimes, representing nothing but themselves, against a single nation, hroel. The U.N. majority of dictatorial regimes is guilty of many things, but not of sincerity. Those regimes, know that Zionism, for from being racism, is an especially defensible form of nationalism. To call Zionism racism is +o nssert that Jews are held together, where they are held together, by "racial affinity," whatever that means. And it is to assert that Israel is an expression of racial, as opposed to cultural -and especially religious -cohesion. In fact, Israel is a religious state in somewhat the same sense that Spain, after a series of concordats with Rome, is a Catholic state. Every nation's laws arm to some extent authoritative expressions of values, and Israel's laws are anchored in a particular religious expression of values. Most U.N. members are police regimes. Many of these regimes rule over ersatz nations. Many use their energies to pound together human elements that lock cultural affinities. To such regimes Israel, a real notion, is either unintelligible, or a reproach. Regimes resting on. force are bound to find fault with the rich legitimizing sources of Isras''s nationhood. lsrael become a nation after the U.N. was bom. But in a sense Israel is one of the oldest nations (with Egypt and China) represented there. One hundred years hence, if historians bother to remember it as a mob of regimes representing force without legitimacy, all power and no authority., venting their rage against one of the few nations truly represented there. When they volunteered from Palestine and from all over the world to establish Jewish armies that fought on the side of the Allies in the First World War and helped to end Ottoman subjugation, that was Zionism. When they formed the Jewish Brigade in the Second World War to fight Hitler, while Arab leaders supported him, that was Zionism. When Jews went to gas chambers with the name of Jerusalem on their lips, that was. Zionism. When, in the forests of Russia and the Ukraine and other parts of East Europe, Jewish partisans battled the Germans and song of the .land where palms are growing that was Zionism. When Jews fought British colonialism while the Arabs of Palestine and the neighboring Arab States were being helped by it, that was Zionism. Zionism is one of the world's oldest anti-imperialist movements. It aims at securing for the Jewish people the rights possessed by other nations. It harbors male towards none. It seeks cooperation and understanding with the Arab peoples and with their national movements. Zionism is as sacred to the Jewish people as the national liberation movements are to the nations of Africa and Asia. Even if the Arab States are locked today in conflict with the Jewish national liberation movement, they must not stoop in their attitude townrds it to the fanaticism and barbarism of the Nazis. If there is to be hope for peace in the Middle East, there must be between Israel and the Arab States mutual respect for each other's sacred national values-not distortion and abuse. Zionism was not bom in the Jewish ghettoes of Europe, but on the battlefield against imperialism in ancient Israel. It is not on outmoded nationalistic revival but an unparalleled epic of centuries of resistance to force and bondage. Those -who attack it, attack the fundamental principles and provisions of the United Nations Charter. WW inamn IUCNN" WI lUOzSIAiesID32l LpST! (3) Map shows how U.N.memebers noted m she Zismism resslutiss. On telephone hook-up from Washington, Atty. Gen. Shevin and Senator Stone and other national political figures. Protest Rally Tonight Rei[tz.U n,.ion North Lawn 7:30 I I 5

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Students get high credit ratings from most Gainesville stores By ANNE SOMMERS Allgator Staff Writer Charge cards may not be "better than money," as credit advertisements claim, but for some UF students they are easier to come by. All' Gainesville merchants surveyed recently reacted favorably to granting credit to students, either under their own names if they have a good credit rating and a source of income, or under their parent's name. CLOTHING, JEWELRY and sports stores with students as. credit customers agree that students are generally good credit risks, and student charge accounts definitely a boom to their businesses. It's more difficult to get a credit card at gas stations, however, since oil companies have tightened up their requirements for getting credit. William Schaub, Maas Brothers vice-president, said his company welcomes student accounts, but only if the student can protect his credit rating. "WE ARE GLAD to open a charge account for students as long as they can protect it. If a student fails to make his payments it can hurt him for the rest of his life. Sometimes even slow payments can hurt a person's credit rating," Schaub said. Bill Donigan, owner of Donigan's, 1123 W. Univ. Ave., said his store welcomes student accounts, but also worries about students overextending themselves. "Look-even some adults go bananas, but as long as a person is responsible and stays within guidelines everything is okay," Donigan said. SCHAUB SAID he believed that since college students were generally more intelligent than most people in a community, they tend to be wiser about handling their money. Schaub said that at one time Maas Brothers solicited upper-class students as credit customers, but he is not sure if the store still does. He said the main thing Maas Brothers takes into consideration when considering a new account is the person's ability to pay. "THEY JAVE TO-be able to show some income, not -a great amount,. bct some. It does usually work against student that he has no credit rating or no income, but there are also some (who apply) with an income and a bad credit record," he said. Schaub said most new accounts are "flexible" and the new customer is allowed up to $100 in credit. After the customer has proven his ability to pay he is given a regular account with unlimited credit, usually at the end of one year. Donigan's welcomes student accounts when the student can provide references from other stores or their banks. When a student cannot provide references in his or her own name, an account can be opened in a parent's name. "OUR STUDENTS are generally reliable, but we check them out thoroughly before we open an account. We always get recommendations and then check them out. We also get parental approval before we allow any charges," Donigan said. Donigan said that although student charges do not make up more than 15 per cent of his total business, it still means a lot of money when a store takes in around $100,000 a year. Although major oil companies were eager for students to have their credit cards in the early '70s, things have changed since the gas shortage. Gasoline credit cards are no longer easy to obtain. BILL MACKEY, manager of a Shell station, said Shell cards have become very difficult to get. "We've had trouble with people paying their bills. When you have 2 million cards out with $40-$50 worth of gas on them you're talking about a lot of money," he said. Mackey said that since the gas shortage "even some bankers can't get one." 11h Pi L the insulation of le future S ere 0 PolarG uard! safe and protective insulation, maintenance of loft when wet, tough and easy to take care of, resilient, lightweight, compressible, odorless, mildewproof, nonallergenic and less expensive then down. Snow Lion, the largest manufacturer of Fortrel Polarguard Products. Sold exclusively at: AIEN'S AQIMTIC AND TRAIL cEml" 3448 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE 373-9233 M-F 10-7 RECYCL E THIS NEWSPAPER .don't turn The Alligator into campus litter I -" .' ," .a ,1" -.-V-. .,*" BILL DONIGAN .'students are generally reliable' MACKEY SAID his students with credit cards werc al good customers, mostly because the cards are so hard to iet and because the cards must be renewed each year. Sunoco station manager Marvin Graham said credit cards make up only about one-fifth of his business, but he greatly prefers them to cash. "If a credit slip is properly filled out, there is no one wits can steal it. I've been hit twice by people hanging around the cash register," he said. OALE. 30-75% off $2.49.-$7.99 sweaters shirts vestss dresses skirts belts pants JE ANS JEANS JEANS (guys a gals) FRIDAY & SATURDAY CASH ONLY 1021W.eUniver "3731."rsday,.-NOvWsbor 20, 197 6 Th*e Indopendewnt Florida A1,11gator

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Thry oe*~ 2p 19gu.Iieedn n~nM~nn Liaison officer caught in city, SG controversy By ROSEMARY GOUDREAU Allgator Staff Writer Student Government City LiaisonOfficer Harry Bosman is caught in the middle of answering a swirling controversy. City Commissioners say he is not doing the job he is being paid to do, SG officials defend his performance, and Bosman maintains the charges against him are unwarranted personal attacks. CITY COMMISSIONER RUSSEL RAMSEY has charged Bosman with non-performance of liaison officer duties, which include not attending meetings, taking political stands .on issues and not meeting with the city manager. Ramsey said Bosman is supposed to keep the commission aware of student opinion but is not supposed to urge a political course of action. Monday night Mayor-Commissioner Joseph Little reinforced the city's position by saying, "Political matters perfnrmed by the liaisonperson could damage the relationship between the students and the city if the person takes a strong position. It would be better to have the president or vice president speak, leaving the liaison officer politically neutral." REPLYING TO CHARGES of not attending the city meetings, Bosman said, "Maybe I was late or had to leave early. Or I could have been in the hallway having a cigarette." Bosman said he has attended allcity meetings but two, and that his staff was present at those two. Ramsey also said that Bosman was supposed to prepare staff reports and meet with City Manager B.rHarold Farmer, but that he was not doing this. FARMER WAS UNAVAILABLE for comment on Ramsey's statement but his secretary, Billie Carlton, said Bosman "rarely" makes appointments to see Farmer. Ramsey said, "I'm the one who first conceived the idea of a liaison officer. The commission approved it and a rate of pay was established that SG could not match, but I felt the officer would deserve it because of all the staff work involved." The city pays Bosman $500 annually and SG pays him $80 quarterly. ONE OF THE ROLES of the liaison by Bosman's definition is to keep SG officials aware of city issues concerning UF. But SG Vice President Dan Lobeck was informed of city action on the repeal of the Sunday alcohol ban of which Lobeck was a strong proponent. Late afternoon, the day of the repeal vote, Lobeck expressed complete surprise when told the vote was scheduled for that night. LOBECK COMMENTED that he -would have to cancel a debate on the liquor ban scheduled for that night in order to attend the commission meeting. When asked about Bosman's failure to inform him of the vote. Lobeck, who initiated SG action for Sunday liquor sales, said. "Maybe Harry told me about it and I forgot." Bosman, when asked if he had informed Lobeck appeared fluttered and said,"I don't remember when I told Lobeck about the vote." THE F STUDENT SENATE Tuesday passed a resolution "condemning City Commissioner Russel Ramsey for his blatant and unwarranted attack" on Bosman. Senate President Pro em Sue Cline said the senate was backing Bosman's political action 100 per cent. Cline said, "Harry has assured me that either he or his staff is present at all meetings when something is of concern to UF st udents. Although Bosman said he checks the agenda for matters concerning UF students, he had "no comment" when asked why he. as a representative of SG made no stand throughout October on the Norman Hall land-swap offers, which the Education Student Council expressed concern about. The council wrote UF President Robert Marston on Oct. 29 about his inability to strike a deal with the city to obtain Norman Hall land. Lobeck said, "He (Bmnn should have checked the Norman Hall land situation." Ramsey added, "If SG continues with this kind of emotional position. eventullythe other commissioners, I expect, will move to have the liaison position abolished." THE PLANT PARLOUII (BeterPlaza Shop ping Censter on Archer & 34th St.) the "NEW" plant store. This Week's Sale Itenis Rubber Trees 8" Spider Hanging Baskets $2.99 $4.99 Assorted 3" Table Plants $ .79 8" Swedish Ivy Hanging Baskets $3.99 Advertising Majors &Graduate Students: A Super Job Is Waiting For You!. Applications are now available for people who are interested in one of Gainesville's super advertising jobs. You can earn surprising wages, (some make $100 a week while carrying 16 hours at UF) build that much needed portfolio and work your own hours. Don't take our word for it.ask someone who works here. For more information call Betty Winter or bring your portfolio by the Alligator advertising office in the rear of the College Inn. Application deadline Thursday 11-20 at noon. 376-4482 An Equal Opportunity Employer Thursday, November 20 1975 The Indeimendent Rord Alotr 7 1

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The Independent Florida Alligator Ii8: urday, November 20, 1975 Justice Nolen Freeman, chief of the Gainesville police department, made a public ass of himself Tuesday. That would not necessarily be an occassion for concern, but in this case Freeman's foolishness threatens to destroy the career of a responsible, valuable member of the community. The career belongs to Robert Phillips, suspended from his job as police academy instructor at Sante Fe Community College after he admitted in a newspaper interview that he has used marijuana. Sante Fe President Alan Robertson has asked the college's board of trustees to tire Phillips. The tenured instructor, fighting to keep his job, requested a hearing that began Tuesday and concluded yesterday. Robertson's primary argument is that Phillips' admitted use of pot renders him useless as an instructor because area law enforcement agencies will withdraw their support from the academy. Freeman and four other area law enforcement officials testified Tuesday that, although Phillips has done a competent job training their officers, he lost his credibility with them when he admitted he has used pot. "It's just like if a man admits committing four or five murders. You may not catch him at it, but if he's done it, you don't want him teaching in class. It's the same difference," Freeman said. With that kind of logic, Freeman announced that if Phillips is retained as a law enforcement instructor, he will withdraw his support from the academy. So the chief of the Gainesville police department equates the use of marijuana with the commission of multiple murders. By Freeman's logic, have the several state legislatures, including Florida's, which have lowered or abolished penalities for possession of marijuana done the equivalent of sanctioning mass murder? It's the same difference, right? Of course, Phillips has testified he never advocated to his classes the violation of any law and no evidence to the contrary was offered at the hearing. It also must be remembered that Phillips has not been arrested for violating marijuana laws. He is charged with no crime. If the chiefs and sheriffs are worried that Phillips instills in their cadets a disregard for the law, why don't they fire from their forces the hundreds of officers Phillips has helped train since 1973? That would be difficult because the chiefs unanimously agreed Phillips performed competently as a law enforcement instructor. State hearing examiner Ken Oertel is expected to make a recommendation to the Sante Fe board of trustees about Phillips' case within a month. We believe Oertel, in reaching his decision, should lend little credence to the illogical arguments raised by our own Nolen Freeman and his colleagues. Instead, we think justcie would be better served if Oertel adopted the view of Florida State University criminologist George Kirkham. "As a private citizen, Mr. Phillips should be free to express whatever views he wishes without reprisals being taken against him," Kirkham said. Further, "If today's police officer is so terribly naive that he might be tainted by a course discussion, then we are in trouble." Whatever the outcome, it's sad that it took a high falutin' Ph. D from Tallahassee to say what any hometown fellow with a lick of sense should have known all along. When I was younger, I used to put myself down a lot. My mother would say, "That's what's wrong with you, you dope! If you don't like yourself, who will?" While Mom's advice was not expressed in very encouraging terms, she had a point. Self-deprication is a bad habit that makes it harder for others to respect you. We all fall into the trap at one time or another. In order to build another person up, we put ourselves down. "Oh, that's geat!" we enthuse over a friend's book report. "I could never do anything that good!" HOW ABOUT this one? You're late for an exam. Rushing madly. you spray Arrid Extra Dry in your eye, drop your books, and then rip off one whole pant leg in your bicycle diain. You start cursing like a trooper. Who or what oo you curse? Your bicycle? Your teacher? Well, I'll tell you who I curse. "Goddamn you Janis, this is all your fault, you flying douche. You've done it again!" If a friend of mine did the same thing, what would I say? 'Hey, it's okay, sister. I know you're upset but you'll get to dass. You can do it." WELL, IF I can accept my friend's shortcomings that easily, why can't I do the same for myself? Why not treat myself with the same respect? Like they say, "You are (or can be) your own best friend." If I'm in good with myself, I can take on the world. Once I ibrget about putting myself down, I can deal with the issues. The problem themselves are not important--it's my attitude toward them that counts. Some of the most unhappy people I know actually have the *west problems. But their attitudes are as real as any ex. ternal difficulities. It's easy to say, "You've got a bad attitude." But one's outlook is harder to change than an op. pressive situation. FOR EXAMPLE: Suppose you're standing in line at the Hub, Somebody elbows ahead of you in line. How do you handle it? If you're really down on yourself, you will probably just stand there and fume inwardly, thinking "It's no use anyways. I can't do anything about it. They wouldn't listen to me.," But there are othr-r alternatives. You could tap the offnding person on the shoulder and say, "You just cut ahead to me, and I don't like that. I would appreciate it if you would go to the back of the line," IF SOMEONE is trying to push you around, you are still in control of the situation. You have the power to do something about it. "Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent, as Eleanor Roosevelt said. Too often, people are taught to judge themselves according to what others think. We try to gauge our words and actions aacording to how the other person will react. This is also a %ay of goving power away. Often, when you try to hard to please others you only end up alienating them. I often try to respond the way I think asmeone wants me to, only to find that my idea of their expectations us totally off the wall and I would've done far JANIS MARA OPINION better to simply be myself. OF COURSE, it's hard to "be yourself" when you're convinced that "yourself' stinks .Before you can go on to the heights of self-assertion, kicking asses in the Hub, and other glories, you must achieve a fairly good self-concept. As ktng as you see yourself as unworthy of respect. it's likely this others will, too. And once you decide that you're a right on human being, )ou've convinced the most important person of all. 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Thursday, November 20, 1975 EDITOR: Here I am reading the Alligator at 9 a.m. Here is the knowledge I have ic.Iiedthus far this moring: I How and where I can commit suicide at UF. 2) The new name of a bar in Hallendale 3) When the Olympics for Senior Citizens will be. 4) That the football coach might or might not smoke pot. 5) That Janis Mara smokes pot. 6) The history of LSD. Now here I am a Jew who has just been made a racist by the United Nations, though I would have never known it by reading the Alligator. I was lucky to hear of the U.N. action on the radio before leaving for class or else I might have greeted some of my black friends. As it was when one greeted nie I simply said, "I'm sorry I can't speak to you, I became a racist today." "It's all right, he assured me. The NAACP condemned the action so I'm a racist now too. Tha Indaendent Flodda Alli ator But don't worry, actually the countries that voted for the resolution were all the racist countries who don't even know what 'Zionism' is." "But none of that was in the Alligator," I protested. "They made no mention of the whole thing.' "Oh, I read it in the Miami Herald," he said. What's the point of this whole letter? The point is that on this campus a great majority of the students never read any other paper but the Alligator and never watch the news or read a news magazine. The knowledge of world affairs that they have is scary. The Alligator should attempt to provide at least a brief review of national and world news in addition to the important stuff like how prostitution nets cash for UF coeds and how to discard dorm food doldrums. Brain Cavity Brain e.L ADVICE AND DISSENT Steven M. Schaaf FORD VOTER REAGAN VOTER WALLACE V 3EG Chicago concert impressive Have addresses and telephone numbers of EDITOR: I am not one to speak for myself and those waters. knock the other guy's who enjoyed the concert given Names will be withheld only if writer shows just opinion, even if I feel that he by professional musicians. cause. The editor reserves the right to edit all letters for is being unfair. Everyone is These men took their Writers may submit longer essays, columns or letters titled to their own views musical knowhow and to be considered for use as "Speaking Out' columns. and judgement. Since you so Irofessionalism on stage to a Any writer interested in submitting a regular column is boldly took the side of sery large crowd and tried to asked to contact the editor and be prepared to show believing that Chicago was at do the best they knew how samples of his work. Its utmost worst, I want to with their equipment and the Satire: Ford, Douglas and liberty EDITOR: President Ford was throwing a party at the "Just think what J. Edgar, Bill Coby and I could have done White House for William 0. Douglas, who had just retired br law and order, if it wasn't for Douglas and his liberal krom the Supreme Court. fiends," Dick said. The white-haired Douglas addressed the guests assembled "We were trying to protect national security," Dick in the ballroom. He spoke forcefully from his wheelchair, continued, "but they made conditions impossible for the despite his weakened physical condition, which resulted from police to arrest all of the undesirables with their strict ina stroke he suffered last December. sstence on tedious search and seizure procedures." "I thank you all for coming," Douglas said, "but I have the A MAN everyone called "The Brush" agreed. keling this celebration is not being held to honor me. Rather, "He tried to tell us that communists, demonstrators, the White House is celebrating my departure." hippies, vagabonds, blacks, and hippies have rights which are "HOW COULD he say that, Dick?" President Ford protected by law." whispered to the man sitting next to him. Name Withheld "I don't know Jerry," the man with the sloped nose replied. -1 just wish this could have happened when I was President." "Well, we tried," Ford said. "THOSE LIBERALS were a thorn in our side," Dick said. "I'hey were un-American." EDITOR: I'm writing in representing extreme poverty "They eliminated the required flag salute, school prayers, protest of the Alligator's and "bottom-of-the-barrel" and even defended the rights of those Communist-inspired portrayal of blacks. I do not lifestyles. And in the issue campus protesters," Dick continued, profess to speak for all blacks which was the proverbial He shook his head and frowned. or even for most blacks--I do straw that broke the camel's "IMAGINE, Douglas said it was all right to protest, as long speak 'for myself and have back, black women were as the protesters were peaceful," Dick said. "He tried to reason to believe there are portrayed ar prostitutes and make us believe that mass protest is necessary if people are to blacks who agree with me. as white students' personal be heard because their access to government is often limited. Especially during the last cooks. (see 11-13 issue) "Do you think governmental access is limited, Jerry?" year the Alligator has "Are you kidding?" Ford said. "Concerned citizens can depicted black men as being speak out before their city council,tor write letters their either extremely passive anG U 1 wungressmen. mayor, governor, or to my secretary." easily dominated, old and G u f is~ Ford said, "Only Brennan and Marshall are left from the pitiable, or as criminals. liberal court, and in a nine-man vote they don't stand a EDITOR: Recently, chance." Black children are pictured published a crime report whici crime decreased during thec so-called "Saturday Night banned in Gainesville. I wou otit that this conclusion is e The period during which" Specials" were banned show increase in aggravated assault conclusion be drawn from th Handgun Incidents Saturday Night Spls. Other Handguns Total These figures indicate th one year. Great. But consid *~r N E HAE FWM6D HOME-CAN WE KEEP HM?' Aggravated Assaults Involving Firearms Other Incidents Kitvs clubs, etc. O Tot al JTER World news needed Brain Brain Cavity -L IA I--%l 9r LETBRS POUCY Letters must' Be typed, signed. double-spaced and not exceed 300 words. Not be signed with a pseudonym. ---Nk unfortunate bad location, own self. And saying that which I'm sure is not their their music was without fault. I sat in the lower innovation!! Well, they middle section and had a played what I came to hear gpod view of the musicians .and that is their own type of and heard every sound with music. I would have been no echo whatsoever. Obwry disappointed if they piously, you must have sat in failed to play their hits and the back rows or off to the tld songs. After all, that is side, which was your what made them Chicago. disadvantage and not And anyone who old go so C hicago's. far as to compare them with And I want to know how that atrociousaband at the nmany groups people have seen 1-flloween Ball, well you in concert, especially in an obviously don't know the outdoor location, who sound difference. All things conexactly as they do in the ideringethat Chicago had recording studio!!! The gring against them, I was answer is obviously none. truly impressed with their Hbw can anyone expect a style and sound. It's the best group to sound exactly as they thing I'veseen on Florida d> on their albums?? Held all season long!! That is just being altogether unfair to the group and disillusioning to one's Gae Calais fal stereotyi Be informed that I speak stereotypic in a most negative with no intent of singling out sense of the word. the young black women In conclusion, it is my pictured in that particular opinion that the Alligator is a issue. However, when very racist publication---as coupled with the many other racism, however subtle, is no portrayals of blacks in the less racism. Alligator this particular Marcia G. Johnson picture was undeniably 2LW lures misleading the Alligator that crime decreased in Gainesville when h "proved" that "Saturday Night Specials" were banned? one year period In fact, the figures show that if you are Specials" were going to be assaulted in Gainesville you now ld like to point have a 20.7 percent better chance of being erroneous. stabbed, beaten or maimed with a club. This Saturday Night example is typical of the false promises of gun ed 13.4 percent control. Show me where gun control has s. How can the actually decreased crime. his information Joseph D. Hall Oct. 73-74 Oct. 74-75 Per. Inc.-Decr. 224 176 -21.4 per. 15 22 +46.7 per. 239 198 -17.2 per at 'incidents" involving handguns decreased 17.2 per over ler this: Oct. 73-'4 IXi. 74-75 Per. Inc.-Decr. 70 67 -4.3 per 169 204 20.7 per. 23 27! 13.4 per. '11 I rrA &-% A IL I IL 80'%"r In

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Thrsm2 Indeuntopendent torirnvi Marston to review national health bill UF President Robert Marston has been named the chairman of a joint committee involved in reviewing the health manpower bill now pending in Congress. The committee had previously named Marston as the 4overall chairman for the health policy committee for the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant you must be satisfied. count on us to make you Colleges,.o utb A health committee from the Association of American Universities merged with Marston's committee in October. Marston is a medical doctor and was director of the National Institute of Health and a resident scholar at the University of Virginia before becoming named president of Phillips prom page one) ,peech. to make a public statement." Phillips spoke with a hint of twang picked up in his native e x e rc is W North Carolina mountains. "I am not a martyr as far as marijuana is concerned.he said. THE PROBLEM. according to the Santa Fe ad-ninistration. and backed up by testimony from police oficials from several counties. is that Phillips has lost credibility" as a las enforcement instructor. I think a person who teaches a course on enforcement couldn't advocate violationn.* Gainesville Police Chief Nolen *reeman said Tuesday. *"It The officers, representing three police departments and two sheriffs offices, forcefully told hearing officer Oertel they sould withdraw their support from Santa Fe's law entorcement program if Phillips was retained as an instructor. THE two representatives from the two largest forces, the Gainesville Police Department and the Alachua County 'neriff's Department, both said they would discourage their ecruits from attending Santa Fe courses. The police officials state they were afraid their students .ould pick up bad philosophies and goals from Phillips. just "I feel that if we, as leaders of the police community, don't hang it :ake strong action on this, then our credibility is at stake," on a -aid Levy County Sheriff Pat Hartley. door knob IN ADDITION to admitting marijuana use, Phillips has told and start law enforcement advisory committee that the highest exerc responsibility a man has-even a man who is a sworn police officer-is to his conscience. The police officers expressed great opposition to this philosophy, and indicated they would not like their recruits exposed to it. Even the hearing officer seemed to dislike it. "We are a nation of laws, not conscience. You have to accept that to teach law enforcement," Oertel said. PHILLIPS SCOFFED at these fears in his testimony. "If I valk into a classroom of officers and start handing out bull, they're not going to let me get away with it." Recruits who soon will be out on the streets should be able to face different theories and ideologies, he said. And Phillips expressed great surprise at the violent reaction of the police leaders. "It is unbelievable to me that a police chief looking at this fine academy, would do something to destroy it. v r p ca "TO SABOTAGE that academy just because I'm teaching there is just ..don't believe that, I don't believe the police onder Body chiefs would do that," he said. Exerciser helps Several witnesses-all university professors-called by Phillips attorneys said the case rested solely on the principle trim, sli m and of academic freedom, and the right of a private citizen to say what he likes. shape you up Oertel repeatedly asked these witnesses whether or not they felt there was a difference between expressing an opinion in the classroom covered by the principle of academic freedomand publicly admitting to continual law-breaking. 'THE WITNESSES all said there was no difference, in principle. Phillips alluded to the issue midway through his testimony. "I can empathize with some of the police feeling. What concerned me was that some of these enlightened officers, even in this country, could somehow dictate to a public wake up your body -This lightweight education institution who could teach there, what could be portable exerciser for men & women taught there. That is very dangerous." helps shape and firm your arms, uplifts His lawyers, Jeffrey Meldon and Jason Chapnick, took him and strengthens your chest. All it takes is through the crucial questions on these issues: a few minutes of simple and refreshing Q. DID YOU ever in the classroom advocate the breaking of exercise. any law? In our Sporting Goods Dept. A, No, I certainly did not. Q. Do you feel the comments you made were meant to be critical of law enforcement practices? A. NO, certainly not. -ale ates riday, Nove Q. When you return to the classroom do you intend to change your teaching style? and Saturday, Novembi A. No sir, I do not. If they lose, -Phillips said after the hearing, he would continue to fight the case in court, if there was any chance at all 1409 NW 23rd Blvd fr him to win. apen Daily 9 A One of his lawyers shrugged. "We're going to prevail Gainesville Fla. eventually," Meldon said. n F Sunday Nooi happy!I ownm as me!. her o 22 M to7 10PM. Thursday, Novembor 20, 1975 10 VILAIIS#vovftr

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Thursday, November 20, 1975 Bonue Buy 111.30ca SAVE 7s FM ouF"YAFod pe Serve with Soda Pop, Jono's Hamburger Pizza.i. .le Morton's Easy-to-Prepare Macaroni & Cheese Dinner. 's'e' 53 Sara Lee Cream Cheese Coke. .'s S Dutch Maid Non-Dairy Whipped Topping. 9"57c Fill with Your Favorite Fruit, Pet Ritz 9-Inch Pie Shells. f 52r Serve with Cheese Sauce; Birds Eye Cauliflower.1:'"e49c For your salads and relish trays we have a fine assortment of: Celery, Carrots, Green Onions, Red or White Radishes. Evdive. Escarole, Romaine, Boston. Leaf. Bib Lettuce. Cucumbers. Peppers., Parsley and Watercress. Stuff with Cream Cheese, Crisp 36-size Pascal Celery:. .33e U.S. Fancy New England McIntosh Apples. 3 .49 Make a Homemade Sauce, Ocean Spray .-lb Fresh Cranberries. b. 394 A Great Appetizer, Tropicana Brand Pure Florida Orange Juice. c.rto'594 U.S. #IFloridaSweet Juicy Tangerines. d.o. 49, Add Color to Your Salad with California Red Grapes .b 33' U.S. #1 Yellow Cooking Onions. 3 '' 494 Serve with Cheese Sauce, Sno-White Westem Cauliflower. 591 Zesty Sun-Giant Brand (2 bunchesper pkg.) Green Onions. .334 Perfeetfor Salads, Medium-size Tasty Tomatoes.6 ,.&a. 49 Fresh Tasty, Florida Yellow Squash. I25, Add Color toyour Relish Tray with Stripsof Crisp Fresh Carrots. o'16' Good Rw or Cooked, Tasty Canadian Rutabagas. .124 Try your favorite squash. Now available for your selection: Yellow. Zucchini, White. Acorn, Butternut, Hubbard. Turban. Banana, Buttercup. Bonus Bu yIii5* ILS KS Suave Dye & Tint or Hard-to-Mold Hair Spray. Gentle Suave 16Baby Shampoo. -99' Voseline Intensive Care Hand Lotion.'. -' Activeingredient MFP $a*8cW Colgate Dental Cream. Klls Germo, Fre hens lrotf Scope Mouthwsh. 79' T" & F smy Col"te Icn59C Instant Shave. .I. 13 onuss ou k uy. i -U buy %yI club i Assumption Abbey 4e' Petite Sirah ae ,*," ] 4/5 quart bottle *iar I ~$1.99 D g e zrdproducsinrrha is ybndrd vry yh Pecrirrecommiront sidr's rzn rnyards ns s w ne Isis ItsTbwslsoIndB3 P K G W inefrsrvnad ire r 1-4, [--ui .ii czeio irc e sOuid berveidcitcooiromteperature 560* Watch Your Weight with Weight Watche Applo Snacks. 23 -:ji Greateon Pancakes, Bed Label Karo Syup ssba .YEAR HERITAGE Plurs Vanilao Chocolate Frosting .uuz93 Rsch, Dekciouu Flavor, Nestle Coconut Morsels 61 *Top with Whipped Cream, Assorted Flavors FO D AssumptionnAbbey o KDinner Napkins. 7 454 ia"rrn.' cn9 FFa,mmnme Hygiene .The caeyazd c mo ir Publix Stayfree Mini Pads O iparhrahPeie r rTeeserve s Beo-PakiConvenlent cgaan. rnaos Amrrn a the right to Garbage Can Liners Pced 954 liImit CaliciOI i rn-Inch bed quantities Peaper Plaes -t t.ta sold CacoOz ( (. Coueht---h-W-ght utc 53 Noblaco Choc.1-e 99 PIN WhlScs. ,. Nkb l de' Aeao. GrPeaoancut aerLael 3. .E 99 A RN'HEM Diesei'ly''r'"""homa sTUFFING FOR TURKEY Corn Mealu.s93 -bd Healthful Sunoweet Fanthstik Aerosol :pp:ztn :""as93 Bathroomn Cleaner. .0 65* Pluto or with zingy little caraway seeds -:hou~nid Chef Boy-ar-DeeMini-ahtolior A RI h delicious 1-lb (regularly 59c) O Ravioli. .50* aAso Jewish Style Lipton Mix (Makes a Grees Lunch Treat) Chicken Noodle Soup. 574 Rye Bread SGreat on Sendwiches, Fanntng's Bad& Butter Skippy Begular or Crunchy Peanut Butter. .72* Topped with creamy chocolate fudge icing. Baluton Purina Hutrilieuu an old fashion tasty 7-inch -c:ublix Lovin's Soonfuls. "2J. 35'Bs n Cream Cake|."#anar Liver Dog Chow .eseach i 192 I1 F OT inn oii. u. uni i. .im. M.s BETTY CROCKER -, Din'ner" N. akis.a .T& U4 CK 54P iPutTheminH2CAco, Rgularly$1.25. chockfulloffruitand S Mnafure Marshmallows .37 nuts this delicious 1-lb. 4-z. hocx1a i Tease Them Over a Campfire H holiday ~wisid N. 2e.i)o From Our Wino Dopt. Fruit Stollen .00,.2., La q teergAin' arbgeuCn Lneni'nnl55" .Pap P. .ET.Y CO.KER W ines. .4 .19 Place your orders no O, Thanksin pi. s .nd MUFFIN MIX B J roils. Both B-tech and 10-inch pies otailable at Beaujo lais .4ll.~.$26 anish Babettes only 13$-0:ph,. -u 12o.GiitmndBm2i where PinBwheel .VV lesueSO.60LD ME DAL ,e 5JQAUSHiOPPNNIU M--W. Univerty Av@.04t34th s1. PLAIN. UNULEACHED. 72* MPan0tW. 0.sis9ef ; 00IAM ANVIUI PPNSCSET -1014N. Moe Sooet hf-l.""" IOPBSaiNOPPeCINE4".-74115N.W.911thad. 7-1kb. KMMPLAZA -.3202 S.W. 5tsSIW. -w. I"" f"""O""u"*atlllllt

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14 Breakfast can be m-ore than snap, crackle and pop By KATHI FICHERA Alligator Staff Writer There is more to breakfast than just a bowl if cereal and a glass of milk. Some industrious souls actually manage to get out of bed in the early morning hours and cook a full-course meal. There are even restaurants that cater solely to the breakfast crowd. And while the breakfast meal appears on first glance to be just a way to get a little bit of mergy to get you through till lunch, there are a wide range of dishes that can be prepared to make breakfast an interesting part of the day. Three examples are omelets, eggs Benedict and French pancakes or crepes" (see recipes f'om "The Joy of Cooking" by Marion Rambauer Becker on this page). As different as the pattern of people's breakfast is the opinions of food experts about the value of the morning meal. For years people have believed three meals a day were necessary to supply the body with the nutrition and energy it requires. But according to Dr. Paul Araujo, assistant professor of human nutrition, a recent study hinted that people who normally skip breakfast function as well as people who eat it regularly. Only people who regularly eat breakfast and then skip it have problems. The theory that breakfast is essential rests ca the assumption that breakfast provides cne-third of the body's daily requirement of nutrition. If, however, lunch and dinner both supply one half of the daily requirements then breakfast could be eliminated. In the past, food intake was not as patterned as today. Primitives had no conception of a meal. Food was consumed when the body needed it.People feastedwhen the harvest was ready and.fasted at other times. When society evolved to the point where the sork day would not permit sporadic eating habits, patterned meals developed. "Breakfast has become a sociological, anthropological habit in America," said "There are many proper ways to eat. WAFRE HOUSE COOK SERVES UP BACON AND EGGS restaurant one of several in area that cater to breakfast crowd. You don't Dr. Howard Appledorf. associate professor in human nutrition. Appledorf added that breakfast could be meals as long as skipped if the essential nutrients are supplied in other ways. you receive the "There are many proper ways to eat. You don't necessarily need meals as long as you receive the needed chemicals," said Apchemicals." pledorf. The contemporary feeling that three meals -Howard Appledorf are necessary is also under study. 'Re-evaluating the status of meal eating sersus snack eating is in progress in quite a *mw labs throughout the world," Araujo said. This contradicts a study done in the 1930's. The lowa Breakfast Studies concluded that breakfast affects the.functioning of school dcildren. Physical activity is another variable to be onsidpred. Some people maintain that eating breakfiast helps them start the day with energy that would be lacking if breakfast were skipped. Diane Hairston, IUC, commented, -I tr' to get in a good breakfast, I eat three meas a day and don't snack." "Most of the time I eat breakfast," Toin Nixon, 2UC said. He added. "I feel bc:after I eat breakfast. Sometimes I skip lun. but only if I've eaten breakfast first." eats two eggstwo pieces of bacon, a plecc 1! toast and two pints of milk for breaks' Another student starts the day with ii glass of ginger ale. "American dietary gets too man\ cLi fi-om fat and not enough from bohydrates," Dr. Appledorf said. He added that cereal with milk, fresh fri or juice, and toast would be a good break.' "if it's used as a main meal." Dr. Appledorf said that bacon and wuld constitute a good breakfast only it amount of fatty meats and eggs are cut i in other meals. According to Appledorf,. should be limited to one a day or some i soke should be cut out. Egg Benedict: Foast six halves of English muffins Cover each with a thin slice of ham Top with a poached egg. Heat in an oven until hot and cover with Hollandaise sauce Peched eggs: boil water and add one egg switi the water around the egg and simmer for 4 to 5 minutes remove egg and break open on toast HEkladaise sauce Melt slowly %/ cup butter barely heat 1% t albs. lemon juice place over-not in-a pot of hot water 3 egg yolk s beat the yolks and stir in ItbIs. of hot water I-eat again-until eggs thicken repeat process until you have added 3 tbtsp. of water beat in the warm lemon juice remove from heat, continue to beat well and then add %i .p. of salt and a few grains of cayenne. Zr ipes sift three-fourths cup all-purpose flour e resift with 2 tsp. salt, I tsp. double a powder, and 2 tbsp. powdered sugar beat two eggs add and -beat two-thirds cup milk, one-thir %2 tsp. vanilla or grated lemon rind 9 make a well in the sifted ingredients and liquid ingredients. combine them with a few swift melt in a skillet 1 tbsp. shortening when the skillet is hot pour in V2 of the batte sprinkle it with 1 cup or more pared, cored, apples, peaches, bananas or blueberries. 9 pour the remaining batter over the fruit iu when they are brown underneath brown thi after browning both sides heat the cakes ina oven for five minutes. sprinkle the cakes with powdered sugar and Omnelets cing baking beat fbur eggs with a fbrk until blended add and beat in cup milk or cream, /2 teaspoon sali and one-eighth tsp. paprika *et eh in a skillet P/2 tbsp. butter rd cup water, 0 when this is hot, add the egg mixture. cook over a low d eat pour in the 9 litt the eggs with a pancake turner and tilt the skillet to permit the uncooked mixture to run to the bottom or stick strokes. it with a fork in the soft spots to permit the heat to generate the bottom crust. when it is of even consistency, t s quickly turn over and )%eat for about 3-5 minutes, and then thinly sl iced serse. r you can also add pieces of chopped ham or bacon to the em the cakes omelet other side. be a more filling and interesting meal. 250 degrees chopp the nieat into small prices and add to the egg that has been heating in the pan for a couple of minutes. serve. 0 nook fhe same as above instructions. -'U----' The Independent Florida A Thursdav. 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thursday, November 20, 1975 The Independent florda Allaator BE CLCS -E LU Big Star Is Your Kind Of Food Store Ijajkgiving id T~joug Iout TrfgeTeaf Beef, Chicken, Turkey or SlisburySseok Frozen BANQUET DINNERS'0. Pumpkin Pies ."77c Whip Toppinjg. 49 BONUSMBYA CO LA8 -16 OZ. COLA -'L or 801 Mn Fruit Ceektal.39C Boma Pie Shells c4 -; oalf.Turkey Your A u 'lef Choe -f e --Frozen M .yona.ise.Q' 8c Pear Halves.058c Shortening.: $129 PABST BLUE RIBBON or 6l2oz. Bush Bavarian NR. 119 BEER Bate 0 m "C Teri-Towelss. .57c ALL FLAOeGEATN JELLO DESSERTS P47 DESMERA TP rG DREAkWHIP 6oz. $1 19 ALUMNUM REYNOLS FIL WRAP I g, ..e 34 8' 2.9 69c PRCES GOOD THUNOVEMBER 2 N" IRSOD TO DEAES VlCAKE .is ofIES U.S.D.A. Inspected Grade "A" Ie ciUSDA TURKEYS RMOUR SWIFT 12 Lbs &Up 12 Lb.&Up Weght Weight6 LB. W L B U.S.DA Inspected 5 to 7 Lbs. Aeroge Weight :nenondooh Drk Meat SD A ipec, FROZEN Lb. 'RZEY 99 FRY Baking Hens6 ROAST PAR h4IELESS IM WOLE SMOKED CHUCK ROAST Lb 11 PIC ICSUS IND$128 CA WESTEN BEEF Lk Rukr Lykes 1NEELESS oe Pork" Shoulder CHUCK STEAK Mild Lb.3 R ''iml Link Hickory MounoinVoc-Pnc ywdMo U S.D A INSPECTED WESTERN GRAIN-FED BEEF Sliced Bacon ROUND STEAK 1" Your Chrocel L ykes Shced BONELESS, LNCKE N MEATS FULL-CUT $1 58 .r F REYNOLD'SSFAMILY-SIZE 5LB. BrownIm-Oven Bg FARMCHARM ALL DELICIOUS FLAVORS SIZE MAIN I AnTnI-RRAN S1.09 NETlI ICE CREAM 11.15 RIM W MA TII E T111 ..~s RBw OR SHERBET SAnni. lm. -GAL A IAL UhIBAEWK CARTON I-'S E -..--*E BLEER "Y WAFFS 9. c'o.AA ACCENT .4, 4to. DonyrForruS,,ACC T ......3 -bCiStoF Fabric Softener 6.3.'. .4. .3, He.e. Curls Egg Protein o CGolde .FE .ATE ...' .9 M d k. Suave Shampoo. 87c 22.-' 1.Ch .0i AR MN ES ITTE MAT .37' ShU'p I OPEN SUNDAY AI;,;;,R'S TROTT.", .CI*I I1 1 20 0 S6 r KmftAll'V ASICLAISSBY REIN.71' 11111101*Co .a.m.to. 6p.m.--C Cb I. .1 r IB,. .B .I m BI BB w=-I."'o""-i kD-10G a -, .f 7 *ssl3 Il 11 1J Id Open Sundays 11 .6 BIG STAR IS HEADQUARTERS FOR DUCKS, GEESE, CAPONS, CORNISH HENS, TURKEY NECKS, TURKEY THIGHS, TURKEY LEGS. URKEY BREASTS, OYSTERS AND BONELESS TURKEY ROAST Door Forg Oce5. SpeiyCronbey Sooeto go "A YneourTkey Dneeel d Flo or Go Sh pp". Premium-GrGde Frh ER7:' 4 ;c 0 mvm MTN 96 uWas 6111=110 16 ib79 Lb Frak ..-79c 4cw u dua Franks .79C Sausage p1.49 y"'0 Sawsage.e '1.39 MMd MESH JUICY SLA. ORANGES AMUMMPAfl .&. .7r II6I4A YAMS.Sb 17' WM I APES.'38 MESEANS -Lb.33 vmeRCM ..56'S ompMele asoernt of Feh Ne Crop HoIadoy Nuot o Big Sor -y BO. Ko0APi o. r. .'1.53 ""emp. 69' 00. Krl .s-. 1.59 Teeslps .4v '8 3-0. g Kk. 0, J .obA. rCoS. ,11 E1 00. 6 -. weS .1.39 SwAiNesbem fO,WhF, go. 0 e .47 .. em .42 .rdhse rm 6 -ch .'hoi~oo o 3k IM I C. m t-4.0 Ic I w mmmmmwmm

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16 U.S.wineshigh quality at low prices A GOOD SELECTION OF AMERICAN WINES CAN BE FOUND IN MOST PACKAGE OR GROCERY STORES .although the American variety of wines are often priced below $2 they can sometimes approach or exceed the quality of European brands By KEN LAMB more than equal in value to the wines of and white wine. It should be noted the light The truly great names in California wines Allgater Staff Writer Europe. red is really a rose, which most experienced belong to those named after the grapes they For years, the Anerican domestic wines drinkers consider to be a "bastard" wine, are grown from, which by law must make up The Alligator Food Section today begins a have provided an enriching experience to since it is actually a combination of red and at least 51 per cent of the wine. new serks on wines. Articles will dealw those who have experienced them. white wine blended together. The best of the reds are the Pinot Noir, varying brands of wines, what to look for in American wines are produce in two major For those who wish to enjoy wines more Cabernet Sauvignon, and Zinfandel. Each quality and prices when shopping for a wine gions of the country, New York and similar to the great wines of Europe, the embodies the finest qualities of the grape and other related topics. Question about win Cifrnia we also solicited by readers and will be anCalifornia. Although there have been atlogical choice is tlfe California wine. from which they are produced, excelling in swred Iontedobymn. Induiries should be tempts to produce wine in Florida, they have Named after the European variety of grape bouquet, aroma, and dryness. Swered hi the column. Inq i rieI n d b resulted in disappointment. from which they are grown, these wines excell Zinfandel is an especially good value, since Fmled to Ken Lamb, The IndePendent The New York wines are grown in the in both taste and value for the wine drinker. it has all the qualities of a great wine, and in i AllIgator, P.O. Box 14257, Finger Lakes region from the Catawa grape, The lower priced wines take the name of addition has an unusual bouquet which can which some believe to be historically an Burgundy, Claret, Chablis, and other general be found in no other wine. Aften overlooked by the wine consumer are American grape. names associated -with the better wines of Whites produced in California are likewise some of the most delightful wines produced These wines are the fruitiest of the France and German. Don't be fooled, the old named after the grape of their birth, and like anywhere in the world. domestic, and convey more of the grape flavor adage of "you get what you pay for" still holds the reds, any similarity in name between them They are pleasing to the palate, rich in the to the palate. true. and the European wines are strictly coinbouquet that makes a wine great, and because The Leading purveyor of these wines is Although they are enjoyable, they bear no cidental. no import duties are imposed, these wines are Taylor, which offers a choice of red, light red, resemblance to their European namesakes. Among the best known are the Pinot (bardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc. They will often be found mixed among the less impressive wines such as Green Hungarian and Johannesberg Reisling. 0 PThe Pinot Chardonnay is actually not a Pinot species of grape at all, and some wine ay sayonara to pl in rice makers have switched to using just the name Osardonnay, but either way it probably the best white California wine made. One important difference between the French and California wines is the Sauternes. By PA I KLISE rice. This recipe will cook it 34 minutes too In France, the Semillon grape is grown Alligator Staff Writer long.) until the grape is covered with the "pourriture Next, pour the i/a cups of water and two noble", or noble rot, then picked and ferDon your Kimono and slaps and prepare to cans of soup over the rice. No substitues heremelted to produce the sweet Sauterne desert embark on an Oriental flight of fancy that -a can of chicken and stars will turn to mush. wine. would delight the tastebuds of even Hirohito. If you have the time and want to make the California wines are not affected by this If your favorite reading material just rice into more of a main course, precooked beneficial mold, are therefore never attain the happens to be the "I Hate to Cook Book," boneless chicken pieces (cut into bite size sweetness of the French wine. then this recipe is perfect for you. morsels) may be added as a delicious touch. Rose wines have more or less been ignored, Since its Oriental name doesn't exactly trip Gather up the remaining ingredients since they are really blends of red and white off the tongue "Japanese Rice" will have to (except the cashews) and throw them in. wines, and do not posses the distinctive -sufice. Don't forget to pour the juice in with the character of the "pure wines." Mundane the The ingredients are amazingly low in cost mushrooms. The celery and onions should be best description for these wines. and you can add almost anything you find + finely chopped. Stir everything together. Their only redeming factor lies in their lying around the kitchen to give it that If what you've concocted is beginning to acceptance to go with both light and hearty personal flavor. look like Japanese goulash, don't be alarmed. meals and can be the savior of the indecisive You'll need: It should resemble chunky soup. customer. VA cups water graphics by patti klise Cover the dish with aluminum foil and However, a much better solution is merely I can cream of mushroom soup place in a pre-heated 325 degree oven for 35 to order a half bottle of red for whomever is 1 can chicken and rice soup cost you around 25 cents. The two cans of minutes. This will give you plenty of time to eating red Me IS, and then a half bottle for I small can sliced mushrooms (with juice) soup should total no more than 54 cents, and prepare the rest of the meal and grab your the gourmet of eight meat. ''hls will provide 1 cup chopped onions a small can of mushrooms and one cup of rice fan. much better flavor for the meal, and after all, I cup chopped celery both ring up for 20 cents. The cashews, After 35 minutes remove the foil and check that's why you're dining in the first place. 'A tsp. sage should you decide to include them, will cost the consistency of the rice. If it is still watery, Wine drinking, jut like any other war. I tsp. salt around 79 cents. This brings the total cost to return to the oven uncovered and continue to thwhle adventure, takes time and patience to 1 cup rice a whopping 1.98. Since this recipe will feed cook until fluffy. learn to enjoy. It requires a curious 2 tbls. butter or marprine four Io ax peole e apsout to 504enta -version:of erapstejiseaY. Ib qtre a ine Sbp iadi of cashews (optional) per peron. (O 160 eontikal and delicious, it takes on an repeatedly'Will demo nstrate the shkwnen ghit appears to call for a lot of Prqmring, this tuty goono-meal is very added zest if you sprinkle a thick coating of'of the buyer.d ss Mnriaciets, most everyone has the seasonings simple. chopped cashews over it before serving. A bit conplicated? perhaps. However with on hand. and the remainder of ingredients First, dump the cup of uncooked rice into a Japanese rice will delightfully top Off any a little practice and pralal application the can be purchased atlow cost. medium to large casserole dish. (Take a hint meal of meat, fish or poultry, so pick up your reader can.ice coet wieto tom

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16 CTh Inrmpenpenn ThpisdayNomr0 Cream puffs & pudding.ests Scratch cooking can be fun way to whip up food By SHERRI GILBERT Alligator Staff Writer It doesn't take much to make me happy: Cracker jacks, icr cream, cold weather, and French fries and mixed bases from In and Out. But what really turns me on is ANYTHING chocolate and cooking from "scratch." Put the two together and you have a winning combination for making cream puffs and chocolate pudding. I admit that many things aren't worth the time and effort that most scratch cooking requires. However, these two recipes will convince even the most stubborn skeptic. After eating homemade chocolate pudding, you will never use the boxed stuff again, no matter how much you like Bill Cosby. And if you are looking for a dessert a little fancier than usual, but can't afford to hit the bakery too often, you will be amazed at the simplicity of this cream puff-eclair (it's all in the shape) recipe. So fellow chocolate freaks, get out a saucepan and mix together: 2-3 cup sugar 1-8 teaspoon salt %/ cup corn starch 3 tablespoons cocoa Gradually stir in 2 cups milk until smooth, and cook over medium heat, STIRRING CONSTANTLY (very important) until the mixture comes to a boil and boils one minute. Remove from heat and stir in 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 tablespoons butter CREAM PUFFS CAN BE FILLED WITH EITHER HOMEMADE OR INS'IANT PUDDI .the delicious treats can be made with little money and even less skill Pour into dishes and chill. This recipe will yield six halfcup servings, but I usually make them larger and only get fbur or five. The more often you make pudding, the more economical it becomes if you have to make an initial investment in the I Horemode chocolate pudding will be worth the effort of cooking it. I required ingredients. A pound box of corn starch is about 35 cents, will last forever, and is invaluable for many recipes. You can also make clay with it. Vanilla, sugar, salt, milk and butter are usually items people have on hand, but are not too expensive if you have to buy them. As for the cocoa, it comes in a can similar to the kind that the powdered chocolate flavorings (like Nestle's Quik) come in. Be sure it says cocoa -it will probably be in the section with the baking chocolate and chocolate chips. An 8 ounce can costs about 75 cents, and like corn starch, will go a long way and can be used for many things (fudge, hot fudge sauce, frosting, cake). Making cream puffs can also be fairly inexpensive. The only ingredients you would probably have to buy if you don't bake too often are the ones used for the frosting, but you can cheat and use a mix if you must (but it won't be as good ). If you want to go all out and make this totally homemade. plan ahead and make your own pudding for the filling. You can convert the chocolate pudding recipe above to vanilla by eliminating the cocoa and decreasing the sugar to 1/2 cup. Or be non-traditional and use chocolate. I will confess that I usually just use instant pudding to expedite the process as it requires no cooking and therefore is cool and thick enough to work with immediately and always comes out okay. If you are really lazy you can even use the frozen puddings (like Cool 'n Creamy). The first step in making cream puffs is to preheat the oven to 400 degrees. In a medium saucepan, bring I cup of water, /2 cup butter, and % teaspoon salt to a boil. Remove from heat and beat in 1 cup sifted flour. (I recommend using a wooden spoon.) Return to low heat and beat until the mixture forms a ball and leaves the sides of the pan. Remove from heat and dump into a mixing bowl. Beat in four large eggs one at a time, and continue beating with an electric mixer (medium speed) until the dough is shiny and breaks away from the beaters in strands. The size and shape of the puffs depends on you. Drop rounded spoonfuls of the dough onto ungreased cookie sheets and bake 25-30 minutes until golden brown. If you want to make eclairs, drop the dough in an oblong shape. While the dough is baking you can prepare the frosting. You need: 2 squares unsweetened chocolate 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 4 tablespoons butter 4 ta lespoons cream or milk 2 cups sifted lMx confectioner's sugar Melt the chocolate over low heat. Meanwhile, combine the butter, sugar and cream and beat until smooth. Stir in the ehocolate-and vanilla and beat well with an electric mixer. Now back to the pastry. Remove carefully from the cookie sheets and let cool on wire racks away from drafts. Cut off the tops, fill the hollow with pudding, replace the tops and frost. Your cream Puffs will probably disappear pretty quickly, but the ones that hold out for a few days should be refrigerated. Thursday,tNovember .20, 1975 CI.AAom AlllomOjw } 0

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Thursday at p.m. MacKendrick will speak on "The Founding Father and the Arts." exploring the influences of 18th century arts on the nation's first leaders. Friday at 3 p.m. he sill discuss "Mr. Jefferson's Library and the 18th Century Man." Funding symposium tonight United Faculty of Horida (UFF) is ~ring a symposium on funding higher ion tonight at 8:30 in moms B and C of gler Inn. tiites (from page one) report and shrug it off." e paper is more important to me than because it has more bearing on what ying to accomplish," he explained. "It's rtant to maintain a decent grade average, but you also have to be able to what you can do." RODER WAS TAKING 12 hours of s at the beginning of the quarter, but ) drop a course to make room for the 10 hours spent at the Alligator every day. nentary Education major Leanne man, spends 18 hours a week attending tion classes. In addition she is president Education College Student Council, a nt and a student teacher. seems like the more I do, the more I get All activities I'm involved in motivates do more," Ringeman explained. kRT OF THE REASON I'm able to do ch as I do is because all my classes are Deputy Administration Commissioner Frances Millet; State Rep. Sid Martin, DHawthorne; and State Rep. Bill Andrews, DGainesville, are expected to attend. pass-fail," Ringeman added. Ringeman usually leaves for class at about 8 a.m. and gets back at 5 p.m. Her day includes classes, her council presidential duties, and working at the Murphree Area office. Council meetings, seminars and staff meetings are held at night. Sometimes I get calls at 2 a.m. to let people into their rooms, too," she added. GATOR BAND MAJORETTE Pamela Smith spends two hours every day on the ROTC Drill Field, preparing for Saturday's game. "I do it purely for emjoyment," Smith explained. "It tires me out, but the band gives me a break from studying and going to school." Smith stayed with the band last fall in spite of a bout of mononucleosis and a full class schedule. "Being involved with the band will give me something to look back on when I get out of school," she said. 'HURSDAY ALL -DAY SUPER SPECIAL $2.39 8 oz N. Y. Strip Steak baked potato tossed salad & Texas toast Free refills on all beverages except milk LUNCH SPECIALS Monday -Saturday 1lam-4pm Chopped Steak -Cube Steak $ -Chicken Fried Steak served with baked potato, salad & toast 2445 S.W. 13th St. ON A FLORIDA .-.Q. Long sleeve Indian gauze shirts and Levi'sR pre-washed jeans A great duo for on or off campus wear. The unique texture of the cotton gauze shirt lends fashion excitement highlighted by up-to-theminute styling with wide collar, yoke back and two 2-button flap pockets. Match em up with America's favorite jeans in either big bell, with flap hip pockets, or the popular bell. Both in pre-washed and faded cotton. Shirts in solids or aids, sizes S-M-L Jeans, sizes 2836, 16.50-17.50. Gear Shop day, November 22, 1975 Th'nepnen 6Foid Algao I indePendent FloridO Alligator 19 -------uu:biuenuennup program onsoring first speaker University College Bicentennial ers Program will sponsor its first r Thursday night and Friday af5n. I MacKendrick, classics professor at diversity of Wisconsin, will speak both n room 1038 of the Architecture ard Irts building. COUNTRY LIVING I 1 bedroom unwith tennis courts, furnished opt. $140.00 handball courts, pool month couple only much much more 1,2 & 4 bedroom apts. available. 2930 SW 23rd Ter. 'AVILACE 375 -3072 -IMEANWAM "WAM Furs NOWN .TheFemaleRole o"""i""" "wo"" th"e rice Tiie\ationial (ranization f'or W-oment in riles vout to hegar Felice Yeskel speak oril Th u rsdlaY.Noremin er 20.at 7:30 p.m. (t hle Sludtle Centter. 140)2 W .Virersily A re. Locate it in the

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20 Roun dorm being d the clock i visitaion consi dered By TOM CONLEE Alligator Staff Writer The expected confirmation of a Council of Presidents proposal by the Board of Regents has caused UF housing directors to consider the possibility of eliminating visitation policies from some on-campus housing. The council recommended visitation policies for each indiv'dual university be determined by the university itself REGENT JAMES J. Gardener said he approves of the proposal because "the local administration has a better feel of' the desire of the students, their parents and the community." Regent Jack McGriff of Gainesville agrees. "Speaking for myself, I would be in favor of each president setting up his own ground rules as far as dorm visitation is concerned," he said. Even though the regents do not vote on the matter until Dec. 2, a number of housing officials have already taken into consideration problems of 24-hour visitation in their areas. Steve Haulman director of north campus residence halls said, "I think that it (24 hour visitation ) is something myself and some of my colleagueswill have to put our heads together on. AI so I V. I This Concerns You Have you ever considered the worth of your own soul and it's destiny? The Lord Jesus Christ said, "For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the WHOLE WORLD and lose his own soul? Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?' (Man. 16:26). According to jesus, ONE man's soul (yours) is worth more than alI the wealth on this earth! The finite minds of men cannot fully appreciate such a comparison, nevertheless IT IS TRUE. The Bible tells us that Jesus came to earth to seek and save that which is lost (all mankind), and that no one can enjoy the blessings and eternal wonders of heaven without being saved. You see, man be his own will has sinned before the eyes of a holy and righteous God. This sin come into the world first by Adam and Eve by their unwillingness to obey God. The Bible says, 'Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that ALL have sinned'-,omans 5:12). There is no chance to be saved by Gc-l unlessyou can understand that you are a sinner. The Bible clearly c'ys, "For the wages of sin is death"(Romans 6:23), iat is, being eternally separated from God, in HELL FOREVER, how terrible But the GRACE OF GOD has provided a way, the only way, by which man is able to redeem his status with God, appearing holy and righteous before God, without one spot of sin thus becoming rightful heirs of l-eaven!! It was God who loved YOU so much, that He gave His only begotten Son, Jesus Christ, as your substitute, who bore YOUR sin and died in YOUP place, and three days later rose again to life victorious over death and the grave. "He hath made Him Jesus -God's Son in the flesh -to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in Him" (I Cor, 5:21). But we cannot earn this righteousness, "For by grace undeserved favor -are ye saved through faith trusting and believing what Jesus did for you -and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: not of works, lest any man should boast" (Eph 2:8 & 9). "But as many as received Him, to them gave He power to become the SONS OF GOD, even to them that BELIEVE on His name: which were born, not of blood -man's blood --, nor of the will of the flesh, not of the will of man, BUT OF GOD" (John 1:12 & 13). You see, man's part in our salvation -is only to receive Jesus, that is to believe and trust Him as YOUR PERSONAL SAVIOR. It's just that simple. College and Career Class University Baptist Church .t*ddide: 378'T395 34Q1.N.W.,3A4,Street/ "We would have to wxork pretty closely with Interhall a well," he said. Haulman said the matter would have to be settled by the end of sinter quarte. ;n order to allow time to determine what dorm areas would be under the 24-hour program. "WE WOULD also consider a polling of the Murphree area .population to find what kind of visitation policy they would want," he said. Jack Mata, east campus residence director, said he does not believe that complete 24-hour visitation would last even if instituted. Mata said he has been at institutions in the northeast where the question of 24-hour visitation had been settled. "AFIER THE initial novelty of the thing wore off, the students themselves wanted the visitation hours reduced," he said. "There were giris who said they, when they get up in the morning, don't want to have to dress up to go to the bathroom." he said. Both Mata and Haulman agree there would be a number of problems in converting to a 24-hour visitation policy. "THE BIGGEST problem with it," said Mata, "is the bathroom facilities-it can be done, but the small halls would be much easier than the larger halls." "The preference, from everything I've heard, is not a straight 24-hour visitation all over but a differential housing situation," Mata said. Differential housing gives students a choice of 24-hour visitation, partial visitation. orno visitation at all if desired. "The issue is not that the students want a 24-hour visitation programssaid Mata."but they want the option to have one if they want it." Thursday, November 20, 1975 Mascot gator Gilbert a lot like Albert' The spirit of the UF Fighting Gator lives again. A resotujjon naming Gilbert the Alligator as UF's new mascot was unanimously passed by the Student Senate Tuesday night. "In times when spirit is sagging, the student body needs a symbol to rally around," the resolution stated. A recommendation to name Gilbert came from "Gatorman" Curtis Reed. "He's docile, playful, and easy going, a lot like Albert, UF's old mascot,''Gatorman explained. UF lost its mascot of 20 years last November when Albert swallowed a pill bottle. Until Tuesday night, UF did not have an official mascot. Gibert is about 12 feet long, about 45-orSO-years-old and is missing his front right foot, according to Gatorman. Grades (from page three) 28 colleges. And it wouldn't be fair to the UF students trying to get into upper division because UF has a harder grading system," Bryan explained. THREE WEEKS ago the deans rejected standardized achievement tests as admission criteria because of the diversity of UF's upper division colleges. Last year, Bryan explained, community college students were faced with university-wide enrollment caps which forced all state universities to stiffen their entrance requirements. This was directly the opposite of te'situation two years ago when almost all community college students with a 2.0 and an A.A. were admitted to UF, Bryan said. Html CminhsTedy November 25 It'll'blow yourmind. E15.S The Indpendent Florida Alligator J 1 .1

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y, November 20, 1975 UF constitutional change may eliminate guest professors By JOANNE KOHL Aligater Staff Writer UF may not have a guest professor to fill the Distinguished ofessors Chair next quarter if an amendment to the UF udent ConstitutiOe goein.# effect. The amendment, wi'ich would dismantle the current immittee that chooses a guest professor, was passed on first ading by the Student Senate Tuesday night. It must pass a :ond reading next Tuesday before it becomes effective. BY MAKING the Distinguished Professor Chair an ency of Student Governement instead of an independent ogram as it is now, the amendment allows the senate to lect the members of the committee which invites guest ofessors to UF. The selecting of a new committee could lay the process of bringing the guest professor for this nter quarter. So far, only former Sen. Marearet Chase Smith has expressed an uterest in UF's Distinguished Professors Chair. Current committee diariman Craig Sikes spoke in favor of the amendment, saying there is "no coordination in the current committee"because of personal conflicts between committee members. However, committee member Lawrence Meyers disagreed. "IF THE committee is thrown out now and a new one set up, we may not have a new committee until January," Meyers said. "Plans and contacts have been made with available professors. If a new committee is set up what will happen to these plans?" The delay could jeopardize the program planned for winter quarter, Meyers said. After passing its first reading the amendment was sent to the Senate Investigation and Information Committee, where the status of the current Distinguished Professor committee will .1 be examined. IN OTHER action, the senate invalidated the Maguire Village and Jennings area fall senate elections, and scheduled new elections for the third week in winter quarter. The Jennings Senate election was invalidated because Ric Phoenix, who won the election, was disqualified when his grade waiver was revoked by UF President Robert Marston. The Maguire Village elections were invalidated because the electorate was not sufficiently informed of a switch in polling places, according to Senate President Pro Tem Sue Cline. "THERE WAS going to be no poll taken in Maguire Village at all because there was only one candidate (Senator Charles Collins)," Clinesaid. However, Collins's waiver was repealed 36 hours before the election, and ballot boxes were set up in the Student Government office. "The announcement about the election appeared in the paper that morning," Cline said. "Only eight people voted in that election. I don't consider that a mandate." THE MAGUIRE election will also be held the third week in winter quarter. in other action, the senate: Appropriated $817 to the Gator Band for transportation to the Florida Music Educator's conference in Orlando this January. e Set aside $500 for the design of a model planetarium. e Approved the constitution of the Baby Gator Child Care Center. e Approved the constitution of the UF Student Alumni Association. photo by george kochaniec ir photo by george kochaniec jr. CABINET MAKERS WORKING WITH POWER TOOLS Roy Crenshaw (left) and Leonard Bivins work on birch shelves .variety of jobs solves monotony Nabinet making:art for craftsmen By SERVE ECENIA Aligaor Staff WrIter F's crew of cabinetmakers turn out everything from kitchen mnters and lab tables to doors and packing 'crates to supply university with the bulk of its woodworking needs. ocated in the Physical Plant Division on Radio Road, he >inet shop also pnduced the information desk in T i gert 11 and a portable kitchen for the WUFT cooking show, poking Naturally." AIING ORANGE AND BLUE power tools, the seven-man -is currently building cabinets and shelves for the armacy of William Shands Teaching Hospital. I could use three times the employes I have now," mainance supervisor Charlie McCann said, ingnoring the stant hum of the blow-pipe that hangs over the shop like a t metal claw, removing sawdust from all the power tools. THERE'S MORE L TO SEE WI PROBLEMS? C Generators e CA e Staters V Channels, weeeerchnnel,e Alternators .Now, New Syo ck EIGN CAR SERVICE hang. & 3 FMuanoe"an" TV l. Pus 6M and AACUA COUNTY tions ontePM band. AAHACUT UNIVER$fiy ~y Generator Sorvice ESION CAMtE Co. INC. NW N Ave. 11S N.W. 4th St. "We're way behind on orders in the cabinet shop right now," McCann, a UF employe for 27 years, said. MACANN SAID most of t cabinet shop's work went to the J. Hillis Miller Health Center, leaving other jobs across campus to pile up. "If we didn't have the hospital to take care of, we could maintain the rest of the campus okay," he said. As supervisor, MaCann takes pride in the work his men put out. "I USE THE BEST wood available-oak, fir, walnut, maple and birch-not old knotty stuff." Some jobs have called for up to $10,000 worth of wood and materials, he said. The UF shop differs from a commercial business because its cabinetmakers don't follow a set production schedule. The cabinet crew receives an assignment from MaCann, who rect ves woodworking requests from all over the campus. UNIO GUNS New and Used. Buy-Sell-Trade-Repair Complete line of guns reloading components inventory over 500guns 466-3340 Micanopy Hrry Seckwith-Gun Dealer "the banquet people" Where you never have to wait to be served Lunch $1.85 Dinner $3.95 "oll you core to eat" WORKING AT their own pace, the men may build shelves for a professor's office one day and make a counter for the health center the next. Most of UF's cabinet makers have worked for the Physical Plant Division for more than ten years. "I like doing a variety of jobs because doing the same thing everyday would be monotonus," said Leonard Bivins, a 16year employe. BO'IH BIVINS and his co-worker Roy Crenshaw said they enjoy working at the cabinet shop, the only complaint they had was "low pay." "'Ibe only raise I've received 'n five years is a cost of living increase and that isn't enough," Crenshaw said. McCann agreed. The premium salary fr a cabinetmaker is a little over $10,000 and once they had reached that level the raises stove, he said. S 'CHANGE"HAS COME! TRFJTWSThe new album from Spanky &OurGang. 1614NKW. ST On Epic Records TCo& Ahuta. aii 9:00 p.m. 1614 "1 36 -%SW. 4 IzA 111W Ifluepenc*nt MO#ldQ Alilgator 21 -I 7 The Indartanolmm& W .JJA112--.-

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oJ Ruh ud'1 330 SAlO LAgo FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR RENT SR 50-A Colculotor used only during greenhouse sole. healthy plants in clay ifish setters AKC 2 males whelped Aug. 7 Female roommate wanted Own hr in Il quarter. Reta'ls for 125 will sell for pots. Sunday only 10 om-4 pm. Go west mckeridree's bold venture bloodlines Gotortown 90 + V2 utilities Occupy 5. Coll Thurs night and Fri. Brad 372on newberry rd. post 1-75 to nw 91st st. $100. eo. 372-6718 after 5 (o-2t-42-p) Immediotelyl Call anytime 373-2804 (b434 (o-2t-43-p) Follow signs. (o-5t-40-p) 71-38-p) IDE ANGLE LENS.Soligor 28mm f-2.8 Wedding Bonds & Engagement rings. FO R RENT 2 female roommates to sharerg 2 bdrn ns fits olt Nikon & Nikkormat comers. Traditional or Contemporary designs of Roomote wanted own room in 3 BR opt apart w2 other girls Own bath rent spond your vision for only $50. Coll your choice. Hondmode for individuals oc '2 block from campus $90 & 1-3 62.25 per month + % util. Country ick at 377-5232 (a-3t-43-p) who waont the best. Original work by the utilities 1227 sw 4th ovae 375-6739 (b-5tGardens Apts. Call 375-4054 (b-5t-39-p) 2ME FAR-OUT SOUNDS. with this South's Leoading Artists. Master Gold .~o '.Female 87.50 12utl. Own roorn near onyo 4-channel matrix car cassette Smith and Lopidist. Unconditional wanted I female for brandywine opts. 1% Unma. 8nshed. Large yard. pts O.K. nit. Incl. speakers, switches, & tapes, oil Guarantee OZZIE. By appointment only utilities phone 375-3428 cal Un2. furnied. rg pets O.K. iginal hardware just $10t. Coll Rick rO 373-3894 (o-47t-6-p) anytime (b-5-42-p) 373-232 beep trying (b-5-41-p) PR.ACE YOU CAN REALLY CALL HOME. Puppies for sole labrador retrievers AKC oa PLCO CNRoom LLYbathin aHOME. registered females hare had pappy outifal house in NW sect. Acre of t cl Ken 373-526 (ahe9pp 4nd, lotsoatrees outside, real wood & For sole -trailer 12 x 60 2 bed 2 both-ITALIC 4SET cik, fireplace inside. Mellow roomcentral air + heat. Awning & skirting otes. Just $85 mo.coil 377-5232 now included in arrendondo village call 1Contains afountainsn, (c -lines are open. (b-3-43-p). 022-8506 afher 5. (a-55-39-p) EVERE CYCLE WORKS November Specol BICYCLES, New & used, major brands, sle 27 x 114 High Pressure Tires -$4.00 discount prices, full line of parts & acmanu( affronfy $500. x V Tubes --$1.50 Broke Wires -cessories, service too THE BIKE BOOTH,nI 0 Broke rubber -.4 for $1.00 Soubitez 1201 E. Univ. Ave, Fri-Sat 9-6, Sun 12-6 snerator lights -$4.00 Pletacher Lowest Prices in Town (o-6t9-p) Buy-$41-Trdo-R-pcir -cArrrlh tores(.(or5si luminum Bookrock $4.00 Alloy high quality teo Stereotape recorders. Complete line of guns CCcX W fs IrAic Corp. 132 ckstand -$2.00 (o-3c) teach 7030 gsi-studio mixdown quality reloading components I1500 A Laffoyette receiver $200. $675 ($1200 new) teoc 2300s-great inventoryover5W guns Wesf22Sr N.Y.,N.Y.to arrard 72B Shure Cartridge $100. -home dock $300 ($550 oem) superb n-3=e canopyAd5o crtsfor fiasAlJ. riterian GX Speakers $120. peir Harconditionally accessories, like ow. 375466 san Krd. 3 7Cd-A7 Dck $100. entire 2573 (a-5t-4s -p) Hntstrkwfers, rbbDearer ystemn $47. 375-6367. Brian (a-t3-p) House plants, tree ferns, rubber trees, _______________ I' ~ 51 w. ~0 MUm nlbn a RIDAYNOV. 21 C. FIELDS DOUBLE FEATURE] "lb. ab ea.fed Ww. MonPthru Thursdo ON STAGE 8:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.~ Mgleluc~ptproper attie STARTS ROMERT LMUS STMENSON'S FRIDAY 7:10 1 8:45 Dzim871 HELD OVER' C EEOIEc --A 7:309:30 .esu. ea b MARTlN JULIEN Sged tsh dckar er BR umeC.r5r. --uMd Ihei l) ts movel TRUE GRIT hr CHARLES PORTIS. DirectedL STUART MILLER ir LAURENCE ROSENTHAL Asscte Producer PAUL NATHAN 6 Produced 6yHAL B WALWS A LNlVERSAL PICTLBL -TECHNICOLOR PANAVISION "f' Ive comegiL along way, Baby!" 2 u0 MIDNITE .SHOW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11-21 11.22 ,u-.tho''Indecendent Moddo Allincitiar yhursday, N64*imbor 22, 1975

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I~7i5 *FOR RENT Do n 00OO NEWS! suhlet aDeautifli one ----bedro om apt. for ony $180 furnished a, FLEA MAR~fT oilliosbcg opts. clos to-arnpus & bus behind VA col now 3764796. (b-so-42SUBLET WINDMEADOWS unfurl br. dishwash disposai pets shag tenci san etc luxur cig $180 water&seoge icc 377-5257 eve -5-42-p EC. Wilkinson, D.D.S. apartment for re trol ac shag carpe MnouceS the opening of pool lighted tennis courts quiet ss uce fohe 1p0 uidgs month garbage hisi o and sewage included or furnished 205 General. DetiBStrP 37R i (b-7i-.3411 5ub apt at new Pinewood I bene. 140 ~ 46f.e 4d bn$t0 o 375-3089, Fri St Midnight Shows National Society of Film Critics Best Picture Best Actress Best Screenplay Best Supporting Actress L iv Ullmann Scenes from a Marriage -I i i I O0A. 111 Raied X Under 17 not admitted. Cinea 4 The. Independent Florida Alligator FOR RENT ; -~ omr t o sioreipaccius2 od-2 oth CIPcatCocntry Manor Acc Sttsec or Jon 66 25 a mth and ', ii cal Cynthia 375-3324 (b-5t-41-p) 'emrle roommate wanted. Own room, own phone, own both, new residential lome qubig yrd, 95mo es call 377-8181. icb-5S-4ip Semi -ierai semi-neat femae needed o come bdrmiopt.Dec toJeo 0010 s$0 per iniiutilities. call 373-9780 b-5t-41-p) Ponys, Chickens, Monkeys, trees, tons of land Own Room in new home for winter-No Lecse-Very melow-Very Quiet-ohone Dave at 376-5766 (b-4t-41sublet unfur, oc, 2 br. opt in quiet NW sectionDeposit -1st & lst months rent, $180 month. call & leave message 3756178 or 375-7992 ib-5-39-pi Need female for own room and bath in 2 bdrm apt. Pay $75 mo + 1-3 utl. Cal Cindy at 377-8435 after 6 pm (b-5t-39-p) Sublet 3 bdrm 3 bth townhse opt garage inecucesui ;;rete325 too subet lot oly 310 call 377-2741 or 378-4993 16-5t41.-p) female roommate needed by Jan i to shore I bdr apt quiet & furnished, Marocabo opt $87 50 -2Uti ccall evenings 375-2829 (b-5t-41-p) FEMALE ROOMMATE Needed for Dec. cediaiely with Nov tent tee call 3730903 or 377-5526 HURRYi (b-5-41-p) Subease 2 Di I cath cobile home cetaliheat &ai.feocedydcci5 min icic cmuso175 too call 378-8084 IcSuiet iu xoy 3cr 2bathcOak ForestApt. coicic $320 Jan-Juoe depoit 373-9455 anytime .(b-6-41-p) SUBLET 1 bedroom., furn. apt. for winter and spring quarters. One bock rom Tiger, Ask for Jeffl377-6279or 372-9169 ib-4i-41 -p. For Rent I BDRM Apt. unfurnished Shag carocet AC-Heat. $145 Mo. Inquire office Univ. Gardens Trace Arts. (b-7143-0 One or Two roommates wanted to shore Too bedroom,1-2 bath townhouse starting winteriqr inucdes pool, souna, diihh cier, cobeto 377-0461 ib-5i-43Female Roommate needed for Jon. to June move in anytime. 76.67 plus 1-3 utilities. Village Park ptsc. cciiChapin 375-6940 keep tying ib-5i-43-pi 1 br fur opt coy Thomas 1716 nw 3rd ave. $135 mit ph irma 392-3571 or 377-4631 (b-it-43-p) "Catch a Rising Star-" Bilbo & Gandalf fe uring lre enter to ament nightly fro 5P -2am appiest Hours 5-8, Mon-Sat Weekend .Double entertainment from 9 pmn. 2\am This week,'"Sundown" &epecguguCet Aui.tInus 2300 SW 6th St se a377=9890T7 FOR RENT OWN ROOM a thep lce actcic gert 95o -Scil.opt.3i8tttccei dec pool, part es, scuna coil 375-6381 quick there are 2 rooms. (b-3t-42-p) SUBLET 1 br. eff. 5 blocks from library west water pd., heat c-c pool $120 mo. call 373-2612 cr 373-9926 ask for robin o-51-42-p) ACT NOW -GEORGIA SEAGLE hai has iiitedocnubetcoftccomsccpen fcrtnect quactet. live for $3.16 per day. call 376-9179 fot info. lb-10t-42-p) GEORGIA SEAGLE HALL the cteopest living ini own is talking opplications fot winter only$288aqtr. coil 376-9179 (b10t-42-p) END HIGHRENTS live at Georgic Sagle Hal lfot $3.16 a do9 oith nocutilities or room hassles. drop by 1002 W. Utv. Ave. (b-10t-42-p) fem. roommatewanted to share new br apt.,quietreao$80mo. + ',2tii.6 blocks to UF call Lori afternoon + eve 375-6417 or 375-6376 (b-5t-42-p) 2 females for two bedroom 61.25 ea -t utilities call 373-2997 (b-3t-42-p) 23Trans World Antiques announces a new shipment of antiques. Just in are: marble wash stands hall trees, roll-top desks, and many others. All items 20% ~* Corner of N.W. 4th St. and 6th Ave. en 10 till 6 daily 375-0101/ 372-7611 Purple Porpoise Dart Tournament Sunday, November 23 Starting time: 2:00 p.m. Players Deadline: 1:00 p.m. Proceeds go to American Cancer Society Thickest sandwiches in Gator Country o Free Draft Busch with all sandwiches 2106 S.W. 13th St. 376-9363 Located In Johnson Nal" DISCO-ENIGHT with Phil Williams featuring The heaviest sound and light system in Gainesville Admission 751 Picture ID Required Thursday Special HAPPY HOUR 6400pm -7:00 pm pitc or I io* i 46165wo4we wo ;OXX Ri r I

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FT4 The indepowdent Florida Alligator Thursday, November 20, 1975 GATOR CLASSIFIEDS I V You'I1 Find it St-oner or Later In the independent Florida Alligator FOR RENT FOR RENT WANTED PERSONAL Female roommate wanted spring ano HELP! We need clen studious female to 2 roommates needed by winter qtr. 3 Whoo started the med library? AEP Sywinterqis. own room $60. per month cshre bedroom in Uriversity Gardens bdr. 2 oc furn mobile home near butler Sigh summers fun. Hy-queer my favorite ies1 ile iafrom UF please call 375. Apts. $61.66 1-3 uttlites Available plaza $75. mo. call 375-7176 c-St-40-p) Jff-frugi I wuv you. Des -okay No. 2 4047 (b-St-2-p) immediately call 375-6919 (b-5-43-p) oommotes available Jon 1 3 bedroom grobby and I thought I had problems Al female rotommote wanted: own room must move 2-br, apt. for rent in clean house in NW section biking distance to -what a bod. Ellen remember the blocks from campus fireplce, starting quiet complex (country village) one campus 62.50 a month plus utilities First salads with Sul & Gary Chuck -can dec. $63 plus 1-3 utilities. call 373-2507 mile from m d. center ovaloble dec. 1 & lost to move in 377-3006 (c-5t-43-p) you play snoaps Maorcy -chat Sup? ask for sheila (b-3t-42-p) call 3923024 day, 372-1559 night. smith female roommate beginning aon in 2 onnie -How so next quarterl Chad female roommate to shore 2-bd rm apt., (b-5t-40-p) bedrma pt Village Park $50 mo + uti. Steve -Hot Lips? Krebsie how are vicoy, $56.25 + %/ utilities oand fur1 or 2 roommates for house in ne sec375-2873 (c-Ot-43-p) Eric the Red Happy Birthday. As usual niture beginning winterqttr. coll 377tion. own room. 112.50 + /sut. o' Femaletroommatewanted toashare 2 m late I love you. I alwayswanteda 6185 (b-5t-42-p) 75.00 + 1-3 utl. no pets. available dec. I bedrm opt Winter & Spring qtr. call 375PHD. Now we're partnersI love you for rent I bedroom furnished apt. 3 or before. 378-1728 aat5. b-St40-p) 6290 (-3t-43-p) Jozzbo (-lt-43-p) blocks from campus $140 mo. im-ittre roommate needed for own room GOLD & SILVER-Top price paid for class Styling for your hair on the ground floor mediate occupancy big enuf for two call 'n house with female lw student. Dec. igs, old jewelry, etc. Confidential. Call in the Reitz Union also buy RK shampoo 3qer 5:00 495-9913 (b-5t-43-p) 15th or In.Ist. all moderncon Zt big yo sublease 3 br oak forest apt. partially veniences 120 plus wutilies after 6 bZIE37-394hreolar tfurnished fireplace dihwasher, etc call 373-8810 (b-t-4i-p) tootmate woted otomt rt lre botte.sg 375-3367 t 376-2507Oboot apt. F162 (b. Female roommate for dec. or jon. Own feced yard central air color to 5025 pet horte os gratam it soeathog field 5-43-p) room in spacious opt. $78.00 per month month plus % living expenses call 378festival games, prizes, trophies, fun: eo roommate needed to shot.reew + 1-3 utilities n-smoke. Dishwasher 4950 quiet neighborhood (c-5t-42-p) hume field nov. 23 12:30 pm-5:00pm (jtootnhosae 0 d t to, qoiet, 0nw pool, carpet 375-3647 (b-St-40-p) female roommate needed to shore 2 5t-41-p) phone $110 plus V utilities worth thexapartment for subleasing brandywine rm apt. not or writer qt / tticitage New Arrivals, oiled wool swoeatersbug tro money 375-6402 (b-5t-43-p) opts. no. p135 2 b. 286.00mo. furnished Pat3 2 i th3gitls57.50 mto. + Vutilities proof tents, swiss army knives, indion room for rent wolk to campus. $77 central heot and ac pool shagcarpet cal373232(c1-420ocoassis, down vests, ponchos. Join monthly call Bob 375-3018 (b-St-43-pp) 378-3357 call or stop by anytime (b-5tWanted: Roommate female ncat, the u.f. hiking club. Allen's Aquatic & 42-p) toelloo 67.50 moo -1/ utilities own Trail Ceonte 3448 West Unioersity Aoe. Female wotted on tooto od Two bedrooma pt. to sublease. trot call 375-6172 after S (c-7t-42-p) 373-9233 (j-fr-26-c) bathroom in 3 bdrm house70-mwithin Avoailable no or next quarter.Close to Wonted 1 or 2 mole roommates for bike dist to campus Pets allowed Call campus, control cir & heat $154 mo. call master bedroom in luxurious tegecy .US CHINA People Friendship Assn. has 375-3167keep trying Avail Dec. 15 cindy 373-3027 evening (b-St-42-p) oaks opt. may move in immediately with the opportunity to send Gainesvilloans (b-5t-42-p)i nov. rent free knt 375-3601 (c-3t42-p) to Chino in March. Fora pplications & sublet 2 bdrm opt. furn, oc, sommit more info. call 466-3036a or write P.O. bedroom lo go hoose-pets-la go house 199.00 + util call lindo 372-2900, Liberal Roomma te. Own room in Box 169, City. (-4-36-p) fecd yod-dokoo-atebds k.9-5 pm; 377-7344, fer 5:30 pm (b-5beautiful NW section house wall electric kitchen-95-mo. + 1-3 uIt. + 42-pS fireplace. $75 + % utilities. Avail. Dec. Clean attractive Bi-fale wanted byy sel. dep. 3215 NW53ave call or come by 15. call 375-1186 (c-3t-42-p) young couple. 0 explore mutual 373-4259 (b-2t-42-p) WANTED 1 female roommate for .plesrs. Reply P.O. Box 13686 Univ. Gaotorwood opt. $65 mo. + %4utiltes. HELP W ANTED St.; 32684 oith details (l-St-42-p) starting winter q .non-smoker preferred HTWN E = OVER160Kcall anytime 377-8390 (b-3t-42-p) Domestic wanted. Saturdays. $2.25 per Two young professiono students, bored E0 KINDS OFhour References required. Must hoo 'ith commonplace relationships, ace BETADS own transportation. Col 376-4071 'ft'r so'chingo 'to""e"ssfo'" fu"at f d 'BOhD ,.,stop.m. (e-101-38-c) games Gory, Mark 375-3707 (-St-42-p) STONEWARE POTTERY Students interested in co-op housing, co-I k fo is wh ed OVERSEAS JOBS -Temporary or perCHol-led, $270-tr, meals tinoe, I bloc from momentt. Europe, Australia, S. Americo, compus. Collegiate Living Org. Kim c" in making extra money selling beautiful Afric etc All fields, $508-120 _642 W Unverstv Ave 372.6440 (-3-42-monthly. Expenses paid, sightseeing. n the R OcotFto 6I roommate wanted own room in house Free info. Write: International Job ust outside town. 80-m. + 1-3 utilities Prfectpatieifyou like people con Center, Dept. FA Box 4490, Berkeley, CA CASE MCIIIONAL prerer ctberot o .m o-3fimaio coed eetra money i oturexciting na 94704 (j-fr-42-p) CASEPOMO11NAL prefe libeal ott quiet tole cr fecle cosmetic copey, Walk ie intettvtews Ps otyi ts odsoe O a PHOTOGRAPHY call sandyorttom t 378-0510 (c-t-41-p) 2-5 pt Nov. 20 25, and Dec. 357ighttonbditowasn'tloo seInlostyoust DOUGA ANN CASE Female roommate wanted, furnished Reitz Union. (e-4t-43-p) address so col a write 301-345-5290 apt. close to campus & medocenter. 80 Persons 18 and over work part time Love Roby(-2t-42-p FAST ECONOMICAL ro. + V/ util quiet peaceful atevenings transportation provided cal l o SERVICE masphere. Call 373-5925 after 4:30 (c-3tSandra 372-4451 (-3t-43-p) diessnaed phooeboem fae n teea 4 SO MAMN 5) Port time 5 to 9 telephone soles for A place to stay in a bind or show. bLow Roommate Wanted cleon 2 bedroom information call sacdtr 372-44518 om to rates. Call Both at 373-2507 (3t-42-p) trailer furn. $80 + 1/ util. call after 6 and 5 pm mn thr friday (e-3-43-p) 8mnhod alpuyhsalsot Pn wknps keep trying 372-1008 present giventogd ome 3 poppy oas all shots occupant is pre-vetl. 4ag (c-5t-38-p) AUTO S 2 7 .Uthqo yb*o' ad COlen's Roommate Wantd: Own Room in nice for sle 1973 veg clan runs wel 8. University Plaza house, SW Section, NO LEASE $75 mo. track ope nice must sell $1500 378-0974 ANNOUNCEMENT I love you so fuckin' and shore uti$. C0l Dtve 0fter 4:00 378(0-c7-39-p) much. It's just you & me forever and pLHairstyling Salon 6683 (,1-39-p) U I ever. X-mos may be cold, but MUST ELL TIS WEK 197 M G*Micjge Thaksgivng wltbwam -p) -p for Men & Women Wnted: to rent or buy compound Convertible, Lke new -ly 2201O nkgvn ilb om(l-3p -b Tormc co Sh ( g-St_Untl the equality between maon and binosuya micsosopeccalls72-15-3mi-p)SU 20ARU 3-657. AC, 33 P Gwoan fully established and attined, U 3 P the highest soial development of from $1995. Call 377-4310 or 372-3055 after 7 mankind is not possible "--Blh' No appointment 9, __ p"~ (9-1-3-p) Writings. Lecture-discussion on Bho'i necesarv 373-195 IK E V 1968 Volv 4 dr sedan. AC, AT, excellent teachings on women and international ne essry 73119 BoksoreP ts a npotaton. Solid construction. $900 womns year this friloy 8 Fim Room 357 Booksaim -Pipes r best offer. Cll 378-6934 after 5 P.m Reitz Union (j-It-43-p) r Tcm n ob acco Shop (9 S-2P) HEYDA HEYDAI Today you're a year nAppoe Pewn 1620 HONDA 750 Very good condition, 1971 older than me, you beautiful person (but mW.Uni. 1111 11-9-Fil Rebuilt engine, headers, & much new it o't be that tap og Happy BitAve. only $9951 1124 NW Ist plce No. 1: thday Ditkll Love -the kid (Ilt-43-p) (behind U.C.B.) (-42-p) Over weight? Drink 2 del;cius 1948 Chevrolet Fleetwaster excellent milkshkes a day and watch the pounds interior and mechanical condition bes fade away. 100 percent organic offer or $1000 Come by 111 N.W. 20teingredients. Call 1-473-2358. (2t-43p) Drive after 5:00 (3-42p) -Mortr Board service & honorary ap1972 opel, 1900 cc, 2 d, good city plications available jwru activity desk & tansportttion & good open rood tigort info. desk m n. 11-10 thru mon. troveer. excellent mileage & low 12-1 return 129 Tigert 12-1 (-12-36-p) maintenance. one owner. pric $1000. Wedding invitations from $11.40 per call Richord ot 373-9926. (g-10-21-c) 100. T wo week delivery. Hundreds of 67 VW pptop comper. many no w & styles. Cliff Hall Printing, 1103 N. Moin improved parts. will take best offer. call 376-9951 ( -fr-10-p) 377-4547 between3-6 pm hs many fine COED'S facial hair removed pertrips left in it so coe see. (g-5t-43-p) manently. Call Edmund DwyerPERSONAL elttlgist oet 20 yeas epetence. PERSO N AL Cl 372-809 "-ft-) Holiday Booar, Saturday November 22, SAMMIE OF LONDON-Have a hair style 10tto 3, First Christion Church, 804 S.W. to suit your personality. 377-2643 716W. 2nd Ave., handcrafted gift and University Ave. (ifr-9-p) decorative items, boked goods (1-2t-43P) Will the next cold spel .surprise you? Warm up to beautiful knee sox, 5 min. shapely bod-29-okig n tt 0o staoU.Some high quality as i all, relatosipcita pssonott, hones, $1 c pottt -Rgby socks $1.50. May gentle mn-not afraid of love-jone box ptterns & colors. Go down NW 18 St 3 13707 univ. station. ( St-0-p) blks, No. 16 Townhouse Apts. Call Coaro COLLEGIATE RESEACH PAPERS. at 373-7104 first. (I-3t-42-p) Thousands on file.*Send $1.00 fo your 160 -page moil order catalog. Research Food & Room for only $3.16 a day at Assistance, 11322 Idaho Avenue. No. Georgio Seagle Hall. Living at its 206, LosoAngeles Calif., 90025. (213) 477cheapest at a convenient location. Act .474 -40-21-p) now. Call 376-9179 (j.10t-42-p) ~l~ cecIouge has found 200 more mirrors. Due to the fantastic -response from the last sale we again slash our framed & unfromed Bitter Oriental MoulOn Rouge Coors Vogue and many others Sale beginning Open today 10arn thru Saturday 1i pm til Nv2 6 daily Nov. 22 1003 N.W.4th St. 375-0101 t S 372-7611 Corner of 4th St. & 10th Ave. \t 85 A a PERSONAL SERVICES Iarne Ann T. -Imay be outclassed, but EXPERIENCED TYPIST: IBM Selectric I'm still in love. Mr. .(ilt-43-p) Med. Groduate School Approved, Fast Want something to do? Why not piona dependable, Phyllis 372-6767 (m-fr-6) western party at Cowboys Riding HYPNOSIS HELPS PEOPLE ATTAIN GOALS Stables. We hove Hoyrides-BonfiresBY AIDING ANY PHYSICAL AND MENTAL BarBQues and a large enclosed dance ABILITY STUDYING MEMORY ATHLETICS. floor for dancing For more information Donald G. Pro, Director 373-3059 call 376-4235 Ask for Chuck (-St-43-p) 35t-17-p) LOST & FO UND Need typing? Hove IBM Selectric Lost female et. betoattd name Amber in correcting. $.65-page. Coll 377-5185 N.E. area Coll 378-9239 or 372-8304 dayttmes. (c-52t-3-p) anytime She is a 5 mo. old puppy. English riding lessons and jumping on Reword offered (1-St-43-p) our show horses. Excellent instruction. Lost by hub term paper folder with Reduced rates for students. Call for typed-hondwritten work if found call appointment 375-3304 (m-5t-43-.p) 392-1215 Ask for may cton very imElectrolysis by appointment. Some portant! (1-2t-42-p) evenings, weekendsavailable. Mrs. J.N. Lost mon Nov. 17, spiral notebook EGC Kcrp Registered electrologist 376-5673, 633 bel-nging to hector w.morussich. If Bank Americord and MC (m-lOt-43-p) found, please deliver to dept oero bldg or call 375-3356 after 6 pm (I-3t-42-p) MIT GRAD WILL TUTOR IN MATH ANU PHYSICS EXPERIENCED TEACHING REWARD: LOST JEAN JACKET has patches COLLEGE LEVEL$4.50 PER HOUR CALL pertaining to diving and trivia. lost Oct. EVENINGS 372-5035 31. CALL DAVE 392-8764 (1-4t-40-p) LOST kodak pocket instamatic 40 TYPING-IBM Correcting Selectriccall cmero near museum road on Nov. 7. Marry after 4 372-1728 (m-St-41-p) Reword call Karl 2-9515 (1-2-42-p) Horseback riding of tall oaks stable a! SE VI S Acer i ies post175on ArchrRood. SERVICES ^''n*'aily'3.50 per hour call 4,95-2240 McGuire Engraving & Trophies (m-20t-28-p) Paddles Plaques Mugs HI I'm Jop fly meaouod Goesvilleoro Desk Plates Nometags Door Signs tostycoy place Fla. Youa jst pay for 378-RRR4ccll 10:00a.c. toR:00p.mt. ms n lc l.Yuls a m8l180-26' price of the plane CALL 373-7930 (m-20t(m1t26p 28-p) MIT GRAD WILL TUTOR IN MATH AND WIRED FOR SIGHT PHYSICS EXPERIENCED TEACHING The Eyeglass Super Mort COLLEGE LEVEL$4.50 PER HOUR CALL .s i EVENINGS 372-5035 University Opticians 300 SW *th Ave., 378-4490 $0 0 tonthy possible doing ccoperative mailings offer details rush 25c Scuba Classes storting Nov. 19 and stamped addressed envelope to Scubo equipment provided 4 open P.O. Box 12285-A Gainesville 32604 (mwater dives, soles, service repairs, air lOt-35-p) rentals, Tom Allen Co-Host of Wild Kingdom TV. Allen's Aquatic & Tril STEVE HANCOCKS AUTO REPAIR-TUNE Center 3448 W. University Ave. 373UP SPECIALI IFree oil change with every 033. (m-fr-2-c) tune-up. 208 N.W. 10th Ave. 377-5185 kc-22t-31 -p) ss5555.e555555555.essss, Efficient, quality typing & editing. 1s50'V.iO o 0 Student rates aoiloble. experienced secretaries -Professional work. Call 375-3768 or 373-6296 (m-St-39-p) Trish is Back Typing. Close to campus. fast and French-English. Call Jenny, 375-0240 day 3 o or night. (m-5t-39-p)I 376-3472 open Saturdayl I ,I i I

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Slicked over lunk on the silver screen By RICHARD BURK HOLDE R AlHgator Staff Writer staple tor decades. Quite often the quest Tor salable material introduced to a pair of man-eating women, Sydney Greenleads the Moxie-dom moguls back to the overworked straits of street (or a reasonable facsimile) and a timid burglar working Hollywood sellparody. for Mr. Big. After awhile the whole thing starts to read as It's too bad that the double bill as an indoor cinema ineneeper. one such parody, proved so arch and selfcliched treatments of cliches -which should mean instant t en armored an attempt to knock the Bogart-style detective Nvtol to all but the most easily aniused. two calcimine comedies presently running in Gainesville g aat, by film s end my face had ached from too much Blame for this mess should rightfully be dumped at the could inhabit its lower -and decidedly lesser -half. threadba devouring the movie's course, all the stock, doorstep of director Peter Hyams. A farcical "Chinatown" These two losers are "Peeper," an ennui-inducing privatefrom tOuhr dialsvere trundled out: everything (it seemed) his creation is not: instead it strains its purported "humor" eye spoof with Michael CWine and "Old Dracula," a "funny"plotting. to the point of undisguisable boredom. horror cheap starring David Niven, Caine portrays a Sierlock-for-hire named, of all things, "Old Dracula" isn't much better. In this one Drac, now Here are two Engliat film actors, both frequent objects of Leslie Tucker (not exactly a macho appellation -get the the proprietor of his castle-home tourist attraction, flits critical praise and yet bot h bothered to squander their time joke?) who got discharged from the British armed services batfally about with a complete blood analysis laboratory in aid talents on these two horseshit movies. Truly British and is, by 1947, fighting off poverty somewhere in LA. One tow. economic conditions must be bad for these two fine thespians night a prospective client almost pushes Tucker's face in Add a London setting, a 60's-"mod" musical score, and a to relinquish their senses of artistic selectivity, during the explanation of a case warranting Tucker's athopelessly polyp-brained romantic subplot and one has his of course, this lack of discretion is not confined to mere tension (dazzling humor, this). own personal bloodsucking to the tune of a $2.50 admission performers the leeching of easy prey has been a Hollywood Well. as the plot elements thicken our hero is, in turn, fee at the Royal Park Cinema. The Independent Florida Alligator 25 Thursday, November 20, 1975 Wine labels -tell story They stand as formidable obstacles to the success of an according to quality. The classifications are Premiers Cru, evening's entertainment. Duexiemes Cru, Troisiemes Cru; meaning first, second and Lines upon the shelves, bottle after bottle of wine printed in third growths, depending of the quality of the wine. a foreign language, with markings as confusing as they are AVOID CONFUSING THESE rankings with the words numerous. "Grand Cru," which merely means the grower thinks the wine Actually, buying wine in a store can be a very simple task, is a great growth. since the labels actually reveal everything the purchaser needs Although he may think so, the judges in 1855 did not. to know to buy the right wine compliment for their meal. The third item to check is the date of the vintage. WITH FRENCH WINES look at the label for the words This will range from last year to the early 1900's, depending "Appellation Controlee" or the words "Vmns Delimites de of the price of the wine. Don't expect to find anything older Quality Superieure," which translated means "Delimited than 1972 in most stores, since older wines have generally wines of Superior Quawity. already been sold, and are sitting in storage somewhere. The Appellation Controlee wines are the best in Fra ce. RED WINES are best when consumed three years after Those bearing the second label, which is often abbreviated their vitage, while whites are best after one or two years. V.D.Q.S. with a picture of a hand holding a wine glass, rank champagne are generally not marked with a vintage, aince seeosd in quality, but atill are far superior to the "Vin Othe celler masters prefer to mix the grapes of several years in order to maintain a consistent quality in their wines. Bitien qty wofds wption aRemember, vintage on a bottle only tells you when it was Between the words appellation and controlee will be a name grown, not how good it will be to drink. such as St. Emillson, Bourdeaux. From this you derive the Italian wines are marked first with an import label on the regio, within a few square miles, of the origin of the wine, neck of the bottle. This label is red and bears the word Italia, In 1855, the wines of Fanee were ranked and classified A meaning nothing mom mtan the wine as ineed Italian. CHIANTI CLASSICOS also have a black cockerel rooster label, indicating that this is indeed genuine Chianti, one of the best wines in the world. Italian wines are seldom vintage, since the growers mix various growths together to produce a constant quality in their wines. The wine takes the name of the style of wine which it resembles. This practice is what led to Chianti growers having a special marking, since all red dry wines produced in Northern Italy were being marketed as Chianti. For example, legend tells of a French bishop in the Middle Ages who had his servant go ahead of him to mark on the walls of inns the word "Est" (It is) meaning the wine served there are worth stopping for. THE SERVANT was so impressed with the wine of one establishment that he wrote "Est Estl Est!". Apparently the servant was right, since according to legend, the bishop stayed and drank himself to death. To this day, Est! Est! Est!, signifies a wine of great potency. California wines take on the name of the grape they are produced from and are called varietial wines. The exception to this are the lower priced wines, whidi are named after the better French varities, but there is no comparison beyond the names. CALIFORNIA WINES are seldom vintage, since the weather is more or less consistant, and growths from year to year show little variation. The most important marking are the words "Produced and Bottled by --" or"Made and Bottled by--". In the case of the former, the seller actually grew the grapes. and then made the wine. In the case of the latter, the seller merely bought his grapes from others, then made the wine. If only the words "Bottled by --" appear, good luck, because their is no way to tell who even made the wine. LOOKING FOR THESE markings in all the other print that appears on the label will help you make an intelligent choice, and provide a topic of conversation to break the dinner time ice. photo by john moran MEUSSA MANCHESTER .mean rock and blues Glitter queens and gutsy rock at Great Southern By KEVIN BLOOM Alkater R 'Ptarnmamt Editor Local feminists can have a ball tonight and Saturday might at the Great Southern Music Hall as Labelle and Melissa Manchester take to the stage to strut their respective stuff. Labelle, a futuristically attired trio of female vocalists perform Thursday night with a stage show that has become the talk of the music community. Led by Patti LaBelle, a superb contralto, the group has been dubbed a "rhythm and blues theater" for their bizzare antics that rival those of David Bowie (arriving on stage via hydraulic lift). WITH HELP from Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash, Patti LaBelle has evolved from a somewhat lackluster past to the heights of glitter queen rock with raw sexuality that rivals Tina Turner and a stage presence that defies description. One show only at 9 p.m. A little more low key costume-wise but every bit as gutsy is Melissa Manchester, playing Saturday night at the Great Southern. AFTER THREE ALBUMS and numerous appearances on late night rock and roll shows, Manchester returns to Gainesville after an outstanding show last February. Manchester can belt out some ean totk wd glnpes on thp piano in addition to being one ofthe most powerful femal' vocalists on the scene. She will do two shows at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. '5 IMPORTED WINES .all in the label --dwI I {

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srts The Independent Florida Nllaator Thursday. November 20, 1975 New kids startle veteran grapplers The Independent Florida Alligator 19 Wednesday, November 19, 1975 By MARK JOHNSON Alligator Sports Writer The veterans on the Gator wrestling team found themselves a bit crowded Tuesday night by some new kids on the block. So there goes the neighborhood. The kids-namely a scuffy bunch of freshmen and junior transfer students composing the B I ue team-wasted little time in moving in, handing the veteran Orange squad a 19-10 setback in the. Orange and Blue wrestling match before about 800 onlookers Tuesday night in Florida Gym. "WE'RE DEFINITELY going to need some rearranging," wrestling coach Gary Schneider said. "That's one good part about the Orange and Blue meet, that we found out these things row." One of those individuals soon to be shuffled is sophomore Dqnny Lubell, whso suffered a startling upset loss to freshman Jeff Cutler in the fea ure event of the evening. Lubell, last year's Southeastern Conference tunner-up in the 150-pound division, wrestled at 158 Tuesday and found himself outclassed by the two-time Forida state high school diampion. Cutler's 7-2 victory was a bit deceiving, however, for Lubell gave him all the fight he could muster with some of the most furious action of the evening. "THAT MATCH surprised myself and many other people," Schneider said. "I thought Cutler was going to be very competitive. However, I though Lubell, with his experience, was going to edge the match. "I was' under the impression that Lubell could not handle the 158-pound weight dass, and that was shown tonight," Schneider said. Lubell will move back into the 150-pound division. Schneider also indicated that sophomore Billy Guido will be switched back with the 142-pounders after losing to Bob Seville of the Orange, 102, in a one-sided match at 150 pounds. A COUPLE other newcomers pulled surprises Tuesday as junior transfer student Paul Schmidt outwrestled his lumbering opponent Nils Strandskov in the heavyweight division, and freshman Mark McNitt outmuscled Vic Holloway 4-3 on riding time at 118 pounds. "Mark was a little more cautious than he usually is," Schneider said. "He's normally a very agressive wrestler, but with his life on the line, he did hold back a little." For McNitt, Cutler, and several other wrestlers, the Orange-Blue meet represented the final round of the team wrestle-offs, and their victories gave them the number one position in their respective weight classes. FRESHMAN RICKY NILS STRANDSKOV TAKES HIS LICKS FROM PAUL SCHA -.-.one of six defeats for veteran Orange squad Wolfson had little trouble dinching the top position in the 142-pound classification by holding off Mike Ralph's late rally for a 12-8 victory. Paul Bruns, also of the Blue squad, knocked off John Orr 6-2, while Joe Russo defeated Pat Bruce for the Orange, 5-3. The old guys used their big guns to good advantage, Volleyball team finishes out By MEG GRIGGS in the end of tournament play for the Lady Gators. ARpatwr Sports Writer THE SECOND match for the UF women was against Florida Technological University (FTU). Both teams won one Florida International University won the Florida Women's game and in the third game FTU plunged ahead, scoring 13 Intercollegiate Volleyball Championships with Florida State points to UF's two. The Lady Gators rallied back to tie the (FSU) placing second and Flagler College third. The Lady score at 13, but their fight could not be sustained and UF Gators didnot fare w.l. -went into the loser's bracket. After-winning their first match against Florida Southern The following day the Lady Gators, mentally wounded by College, the UF women remained in the double elimination their loss to FTU, fell victim to Miami, putting them out of tournament for two more matches, losing both which resulted the championship chase. however, as co-captains Artie "The team in my opinion Haberman and Tin Worlooked to be in better-thansowicz dominated their average condition in most respective opponents. mses," Schneider said. "I felt H&berman rode Joe "Skibo" we'd be going into this Ruffin to a 12-5 victory, while weekend's Tampa InWorsowicz gave freshman vitational Tourney with a Bily Teutsch a lesson in the good team, but we found out art of wrestling with a 7-1 from the Orange and Blue beating, despite a creditable match that we could be even effort by the youngster. going in the better team." of the money "Losing to FTU was the turning point," said Coach Kay Johnson. 'The team played really well, the best match they have played all year long. A few bad breaks caused the decisive loss. NOW THAT the season is over for the Lady Gators, they must wait until October for competitive volleyball to begin again. "Ihe girls have skill but need to work 'on technique and team play," said Johnson. "They could have the potential to be one of the top three teams in the state next year. Il I SuVVAL v -TETNOLDS "TiE LNETYARD" TNURS. NOV. 20 -7:00,9:30 M. A SAT., NOV. 21 l 22. &00, 1:00, 11:00 200 OMOD. EsRUhSon 40c Come and Got A Head Start on Christmas Shopping! CHDSTMASQCRAFT SALE klirno and 2nd FloroGallery, ReItz Union Thursday & Friday, Novem ber 20 & 21 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Celebrate with the Lord of Misrule and his noble guests the beginning of the *, 4'FChristmas season by attending th WENEED GREAT Madrigal Dinners to be held in #wI Wayne Reitz Union Sallroom, 7:00 AMERICANO O KS p.m., December 1, 2,3 and 4, + CreevCooery Sotes w in During the Madrigal Dinners you will participate in time-honored customs *ofe Aoe an oelm s.W.* pageant'y and ceremonies of Elizabethan England. s munNy has many good cook* Enjoy the true feeling of the Madri al Dinn weari *who com* from all the OIVES* costume or corn* in your 20th Centuryt .nobywrngnElzbhn you cho.w* a ,specia''*o ip Ticketswil" e onsale beginning Novemnber 10atfthe Univ*rsty Box0Fffic (mee ene headed down Students: $.50 0 Generel PublIc: $1,50 *direoh year feaily). Ask for The Madrigal Dinners are a special production of the J. Wayne Reitz Union and the Sbery eo f .W M. *D prtment of Music.y 'A a -. w" ANNThe Independent Modida Alligator Thurdoy, November 20, 1975

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November 20, 1975 -4 Th. In.r.--.r-i s uI~,"' --*' *~uefa~l5Hoda Alligator 27 DuBose, Posey le gSEC BIRMINGHAM, ALA. (UPI)-Fullback Immy Dubose of Florida leads the Sutheastern Conference in rushing and sammate David Posey is tops in scoring according to statistics released Tuesday by the SEC commissioner's office. Dubose has gained 1,219 yards on 175 attempts and scored six touchdowns. With an average seven yards per carry, he is 7th in the nation and 93 yards short of the SEC seasonal rushing record of 1,312 yards set in 1949 by inhn Dottley of Ole Miss. POSEY, A place kicker for the Gators, has scored 63 points, making good on 36 of 37 point after attempts and nine of 14 field goal tries. Behind DuBose in rushing statistics in Kentucky's Sonny Collins with 1,097 net yards and an average of 4.7 and five touchdowns. Walter Packer of Mississippi State is third with 916 yards and seven TD's. Rounding out the top five rushers are Georgia teammate's Glynn Harrison and Kevin McLee, who is also second in scoring with 60 points on 10 touchdowns. MISSISSIPPI STATE'S Kinney Jordan locked three field goals last Saturday to tie the SEC record of 13 in a season and take third pace in the conference scoring with 52 points. Fourth is LSU's Terry Robiskie with 50, bilowed by Auburn's Neil O'Donoghue with 49. Leading passer in the SEC is LSU quarterback Pat Lyons with 65 completions in 10 games. He has passed for 832 yards and two touchdowns and has a .41 percentage. Tim Ellis of Ole Miss has a .57 percentage but has participated in just seven games, completing 45 passes for 582 yards and four touchdowns. Third is Tennessee's Randy Wallace, who has the most yards at 1,109 and seven touchdowns. FRED FISHER of Vanderbilt and Bruce Threadgill of Mississippi State are fourth and fifth in passing, each with 41 completions in eight games. Fisher has 421 yards and one TD while Threadgill has 548 yards and two wores. In the receiving category, Tennessee split end Larry Seivers dominates with 31 catches in eight games for 722 yards and four touchdowns. Rick Kimbrough of Ole Miss also has 31 catches but has gained 407 yards and one touchdown. Third in receiving is Vanderbilt's Barry Burton with 29 snares for 290 yards and two TD's, followed by Auburn's Jeff Gilligan (19 for 383 yards and three TDs) and Florida's Wes Chandler (20 for 475-yards and five TDs). In other statistical categories: Willie Shelby of Alabana leads in punt returns with 380yards on 41 attempts and one touchdown; Auburn's Clyde Bauntgartner is the league's best punter with 1,729 yards on 42 kicks; LSU's Robert tDow has returned 21 kick-offs tor 582 yards, and Vanderbilt's Ed Oaks leads in interceptions with five for 75 yards. ATTENTION EDUCATION STUDENTS! Dean Sharp will be speaking at the College of Education Student Council meeting, THURSDAY, NOV. 20 The meeting begins at 5:00 p.m. in Room 211, Norman H[all. Woneourageall Interested tundenlts to attend. 1209 SW 16th Ave 3atL~t 1I 1 3236 SW 35th Blvd Butler Plaz' 11 Allen's has really got you covered now !I Our new Butler Plaza store opens TODAY! IF YOU LIVE, WORK, or PLAY AT: Fraternity Row Frederick Gardens Camelot Butler Gardens Village 34 Village Park Piccadilly French Quarter Point West La Mancha Maracaibo* Williamsburg Village Vizcaya*SummitHouse Windmeadows (Trailer Park, too) Country Gardens SPinehurst* Shands GaPorwUod V.A. Hospital Gatorwood *Jnig Univ. Vill. South Broward Corry Village Rawlings *Valley View T. P. *Yulee Arredondo Mallory Hawaiian Village *Reid Brandywine*Murphree Tigert Sorority Row Norman In The Pines Downtown La Bonne Vie Hume Tolbert North South ( East Weaver Trussler Simpson Graham Call Our New Store 375-2430 3236 SW 35th Blvd -in Butler Plaza I1 (Bar Opening Soon) It Call Our Cin City Store 377-6510 1 209 SW 16th Ave Cin City Plaza ButIerPl.iqZ0if .4A-IN TAKE-OPf .nt Plaza 375-2430 -EEDEUVt* 4 3236 SW 35th Blvd 1209-1211 SW 16th Ave ~r~ttJ~1vr~r ~u ~uv' ,~uiusJuy vp~yiiay~ U IN Mlww -y ...-...:I.w:.u L&d No 11 fvwy Dayj 11 rl

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28 The Independent Florida Ailloator Thursday, November 20, 1975 .1*~ _________________________________________________________________________ Aroused Bear sets iontrap "Paul?" "Call me Bear." "OKAY. PAUSE) BEAR?" "You may speck." "Is it true you fixed it so the Sugar Bowl committee invited Penn State instead of Oklahoma or Nebratka?" "YOU'RE DAMN right! That Big Ape Conference has given me fits. '69 to '72. 1 know them by heart! We lost to Missouri 35-10 in the Gator Bowl, 47-33 to Colorado in ;he Liberty Bowl. The Liberty Bowl! Jeez, George was pissed 'bout that one. "Bear." "I'm not through! In '71 we finally tied Oklahoma. Caught them in time before that Swisher recruited half of the St. Louis Zoo! Then 38-6 to Nebraska. I had to be twice as mean the next year to prose I wasn't embarrassed." "BUT YOU haven't played them since." 'Damn right! In '-21 made the mistake of playing Darrell Royal's South Campus of Oklahoma Lniversity. So we lose, 1~-13! I finally decided this has got to stop. I'm the king and they're laughing at me. Even 'Hand-off Hayes wins more bowls than me. "So I figure who's the most overrated team? Well, everybody knows Notre Dame is milking that Gipper sobINT The UF L across at Hume Field, Club. Thits week's p.m. at Huie Fie Tonight the Gy the election of oiff pining may attend 7692 any tight at Schedules for it Tournanicit may FIg. Men's round starts at U a.ri courts. -s ROB DONALD SATIRE story for all it's worth. So they score when my back is turned, and we lose the Sugar Bowl, 24-23. "LUCK I say. We'll try em again next year. So I call the &ranoe Rowl and the Pope the next day and it's set. I figured wee could usc a change of scenery and the Sugar Bossl "as talking about Nebraska as an opponent. So I eave Florida the Sugar Bowl, let them suffer. But "Devine" intervention beats me again, 13-11. Bye now I'm thinking I'mi jinxed. Why should this happen to a nice guy like nie?" "Bowls aren't everything, Bear." "IF YOU wxin one they're not. Atihos, this is top secret, but I hope I can trust soU. This mtay be me last year. George and I may go to Washington next year. What a ticket!" "You're gong to run' for Vice-President?" "That's what he thinks. Anyway, i really wanted to win a bowl this year. But Texas looks tough. and the 'RAMURALS e Club will play an exhibition game Sunday 2 p.m. against the jacksonville Lacrosse only Lccrosse Club practice is Friday, 3:30 Id. mntiastics and Trampoline Club meets for icers at 5:30 p.m. Anyone interested in d tonight or call Mick 'McClanahan, 375fer ':30 p.m. he Nov. 21-23 All-University Racquetball be picked up in the Intramurals office. 227 starts at 6 p.m. Friday. Women's round ., Saturday. Both are on Murphree Area Orange Bowl gave me nightmares for a week. So I gave my old Sugar Bowl friends a ring. "EVERYTHING WAS tine, except they were thinking about Nebraska or Oklahoma again. So I had to do a little dealing." "Dealing?" "You don't call Georgia in the Cotton Bowl and Maryland.in the Gator Bowl dealing? Of course, I still had to close the last door, so I grabbed Penn State as our opponent for the' Sugar Bowl. Where else can the Big Ape losers go?" "WHAT IF the authorities don't like it?" "As long as the trial is held in Alabama. not a jury in the world would convict me!" "But what if Penn State beats you?" "THAT'S TRAITOR TALK." "But some people think they can." "That did it. I'm going to call my boys." "THE FOOTBALL PLAYERS?" "No. The Alabama State Police." "For what?" "YOU'LL BE charged with high treason against the State of Alabama and the Bear." "For saying you might ose? "I ttade two New Year's resolutions this year. One was to risn a bowl game at any cost. But Bear. I'm your wife. Besides. you can't just lock up anvene who's against the Atabama football team!" "Oh. 1o? That was my si c' d resolution. MORTAR BOARD APPLICATIONS are now available for Junior Men and Women Activities Desk-3rd floor JWRU Information Desk-2nd floor Due Dec. 1,5:00p.m. b Return to: 129 Tigert THE WALDO FARMERS and FLEA MARKET Come and browse all day Saturday & Sunday, where .you'll find millions of items to look over. Arts to produce.you can always find your friends at the Waldo Farmers & Flea Market every weekend 1 'A miles north of Waldo on 301 rr r i-~-. .1 0 1 MI-A 28 Thursday, November 20, 1975 The Independent Rodida Alligator