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Police silent on prof's death as wife starts over

By Betty Morgan and Gina Thomas
Alligator Staff Writers
When the newly purchased carillon bells
chime in Century Tower, for Bess Fry. the
bells will toll in memory of her husband.
Shortly before the mysterious, perhaps
unnatural death of former UK Fmglish
Professor Norman Fry on Nov. 14. 1978. Fry
helped draft and translate the permanent
inscription for the carillon chimes.
And the inscription is one of the few
remaining things UF graduate student Bess
Fry has left of her husband. Since the
unexpected death of Norman Fry, who was
found dead by his 4-vear-old son in their
ransacked home, Bess Fry has struggled to
start anew to continue living.
, His death haunts her. She worries al>out
murder. She fears that whoever killed her
husband if, indeed, anyone did may be
after her and their son, Matthew. Matthew
slept one room away from his father the
night Norman Fry died.
Look, my husband was murderer!, said
the dark-haired graduate student in bilingual
education. I cant even go back into my
own house. Its so hard... I see his hand handwriting
writing handwriting and fall apart...
With tears in her eyes, Bess Fry says she is
afraid.
And Bess Fry ponders the mysteries that
still shroud her husbands demise. His car
was stolen but later recovered. Police refuse
to release ordinarily public reports of their
ensuing investigation.
At the time of Frys death, his wife was
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Norman Fry, a 38-year-old
former UF English professor,
died Nov. 14. It was no
ordinary death: He died of
suffocation. His car was
stolen. His house apparently
was ransacked. The police
are reticent. The in investigation
vestigation investigation continues. But
now Bess Fry has only her 4-
year-old son Matthew.
studies in bilingual bi-cuitural teacher
training in Los Angeles. Bess Fry received a
call from her minister. Her husband was
dead. She flew hack to Gainesville.
Upon arrival in Gainesville Nov. 30. Bess
Fry said the police told me they suspected
foul play. But now, police have coached her
not to mention the word murder in
conjunction with her husband's death.
Gainesville police remain tight-lipped.
Secrecy surrounds their two-month in investigation
vestigation investigation intoFrvYuntimrlv death.
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vestigators investigators report is closed. And disclosure
of the police report has lx*en refused,
Farlv police reports said the cause of death
was uncertain. A preliminary medical
examination indicated Fry bled internally
before he died.
Assistant State Attorney Billv Malphurs
said the cause of death was from
asphyxiation (suffocation), and there was
external physical trauma, or signs of
physical violence.

monday
January 8,1979
volume 71, no. 56

Was Norman F'ry strangled?
Fry s yellow 1974 Pinto was missing and
was "presumed stolen after his death,
police siiid.
Gainesville police Lt. F.F.. F.unice refused
to comment al>out (xtssiblc signs of violence
at Frvs residence. 3444 NW tOth Ave.. or
about whether the house had fxfn ran ransacked.
sacked. ransacked.
I here are items missing and they made
an awful mess I sav they, but I dont know
who they, are; its kind of nebulous,"
Fry said. Her home was sealer! by police for
10 days after the death of her husband.
F.unice said police are working Frv s death
investigation as though a criminal act has
Ix-en committed.
I his is not .i typical death investigation."
Flu nice said.
Police reporter! Frys car was found at the
10(H) block of SW 14th St., Dec. 21. They
declined comment about whether recovering
the car led them to any suspects.
Dr. George Byers, the medical examiner
who performed the autopsy conceded Frys
Ixxlv was exhumer! to continue toxicology
tests (tests for the presence of drugs or
alcohol in the blrxxl), hut hung up the phone
upon further questioning.
The continuing police investigation am!
the mystery that still surrounds Frvs death
have traumatized Bess Frv. Only the
memories of the happy times of the
monthly celebrations of their 13-vear
marriage, for example bring a smile to
Bess's lips.
Soa "Daatti"
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Campus utilities
low priority, says
UF executive
By Christopher Borrus
Alligator Staff Writer
The proposed UF integrated utilities system that could
save almost $3 million during the lirst year of operation
stands only a "remote chance of receiving the requested
$lO million in legislative funding, a fop administrator said
Snndav
Although the Board of Kegeuts ajrproved the request
Friday for mones to liegin construction of the integrated
utilities plant.it is only a low priorilv for LT
Executive Vice President John Nattress said there is little
chance that UF would rcirive the monev
"It (the [imposed utilitv system) is something we would
like to have il we can get it, Nattress said.
Nattress a dried, however, two other major UF projeets
costing as much as S4O million to complete are tagged with
a higher prioritv than th<* integrated utilities system
Plans to Imrrow S4O million in state monev to construct a
new laboratory and office building lor the J. Hillis Miller
Health Outer and about $0 million to build two multi level
parking garages have higher lulling. Nattress said
Nattress said an alternative to building the entire utilitv
system, which would combine electricity production,
heating and cooling and solid waste disposal, would have a
reasonable chance of receiving state monev.
The alternative, which would I** to burn Alachua
County* solid waste as fur-1 for energy prrxiuction to supply
part of UFs electricity demand, probably would lie less
expensive, Nattress said.
The integrated utilitv system pro))osal. which has been
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Utilities

continued
rom page one
turned down the two previous years In tin* legislature,
could save UF an (estimated $2.9 million in utility bills
during its first year of operation and pas for itself yy itlnn 10
vears, supporters of the proposal have clauiMxl.
In other business at the Regents meeting at tbe University
f Central Florida in Orlando I r ida\
State University System Chancellor F',.T York s.iid that
Florida s tuition is among the highest in the South and urged
the Regents, who ordered a studs of state tuition, to
maintain current tuition charges;
York said he might favor a flat-tuition rate at UF,
Florida State University and F'lorida AAcM that would allow
students taking between 13 and 17 hours to pay a set fee*
based on the current charge for 15 hours. At the six other
universities, where a larger portion of part-time students
attend, the current fee-per-creciit tuition plan would remain.

Death

continued
from page one
I he UF graduate student speaks reverently
of her husband. She reminisces about their
undergraduate days when they attended
rival California colleges. She* rememlx*rs the
summer of 1964, when they met at a
language institute.
Norman Fry was a Stanford graduate
student teaching a post-graduate Spanish
course*. Bess was in his c lass.
He was my instructor for two classes, and
by the end of the* summer we sverc engaged,
Bess Fry said, adding that he gave her a B
instead of the A she* earned because they
were getting married. "He ruined my grade
point average, she laughed.
A year later, they were married. They
lived in Romania.
Then they returned to California, where
they both taught school. In 1971, the F'rvs
moved to Gainesville. Norman Fry joined the*
UF Flnglish department faculty. Bess F'rv
said she "was just playing faculty wife."

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By Rick Hlrsch
Alligator Staff Writer
Responding to a nationwide alert from the Alachua
Counts Slier iff\s office. Texas police Sunday arrestwl two
South Carolina prison escapee's suspectixl of shooting to
death a wealthy City business executive.
Murder warrants probably will lx* issued today for
Kenneth Gxl!>olt, 24, and Billy Ray leonard, 22. who
allegedly abducted. roblx*d and shot 46-year-old Tommie
Bullard near Micanopv Wednesday night, Lt. B.E. Round Roundtree
tree Roundtree said.
The suspects were arrested by Persidio County, Texas
Sheriff's'deputies after police in Alpine, Texas spotted
Bullard's car, Roundtree said. In Codlxilt and Leonard's
[jossession were personal items of Bullard's, and several
firearms.
Roundtree said Ccxlholt was serving a 24-year sentence for

Academic s and the academic community
were Norman Fry's passion, his wife said.
But she added that the* immensity of UF
disturl>ed Frv.
When he came here, a computerized,
large school seemed kind of inhuman to him.
So he tried to create a small campus at atmosphere.
mosphere. atmosphere.
So the Frys invited students into tlieir
home, usually for dessert and coffee, and
made an effort to knosv students in individually
dividually individually
We were* much concerned with people on
this campus thinking they were Social
Security numbers." Bess F rv said.
But Norman Frys focus on the teaching
aspects of a professor's job loft him little time
or inclination for publishing, which is vital
to gaining job security
Frv resigned from the Flnglish department
Deo 31. 1976
Bess Fry, meanwhile, had resumed her
education. About 3 1/2 years ago, she l>egan
work on the*masters she* holds in linguistics.
I really wanted my husband to lx* proud
of me. and so much of his life was revolving

Suspects arrested in murder case

around the* academic community. I kind of
thought it would lx* neat to go back on
campus when he was on campus, Bess F'rv
explain'd.
After Fry left the* English department, hi*
sjx'iit nine months running a small shopper
newspaper. The Wise* Buyer. Fry then began
to organize a private schcxil in Jacksonville,
but the financial backing fell through.
"Basically, lx* was just marking time for
mi* to finish my classwork so we could move
to las Angeles." Bess Fry said, adding that
she had planned to write her dissertation in
California.
He was a house husband and he did it
serv well, Bess Frv said. F'rv also used his
time to pursue bis interest in music. He sang
in UF's Chamber Singers for five vears and
w ith the Gainesville Civic Chorus.
Before F'rvs death, lx* purchased tickets
for the family to go to the Dec. 16 Christmas
concert of the Gainesville Civic Chorus and
Chamber Orchestra Norman Frv was to
sing.
Instead, one month after the death, Bess
Frv, her mother and son attended the per-

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manslaughter and Leonard was scheduled tor release in
February for driving with a suspended license and using an
automobile without the owner's consent. The pair fieri the
Kershaw Countv jail in South Carolina New Years Eve in a
1970 Malibu.
Police found the Malibu abandoned in a Gainesville
shopping center, where Godbolt and Leonard allegedly
uixiucted Bullard in his 1978 Lincoln town car and drove
him to Wacahcxita Road near Micanopy. Afcxxjt 200 feet
from the road. Bullard's killers emptier! a .38 caliber shell
into the har k of the retired business executives head.
Bullard, who reportedly came to Gainesville for a Coast
Guard Auxiliary meeting he mistakenly believed was
schedul'd for Wednesday, was found lying face up in a blue bluedenim
denim bluedenim lesiure suit the following afternoon by a passing
motorist. .
fie was buried Saturday.

forma net* that was dedicated in memory of
Norman F'rv.
Bess Fry how plans to continue working
toward her doctorate. "For a while, I
thrxight of just giving up everything and
staying in California. was
raised in an academic community...and I
really felt I owed it to Matthew to finish,
she said, adding, "hes very much likt
Norman.
Ive got to keep on going. My only money
is the grant Im working on. I dont want to
go back there (to school). Its going to take all
the strength I have to go back there.
But she will.
And in the warmth of .the coming spring,
while Bess Fry finishes her d the carillon bells will chime loudly from
Century Tower (a tape recording now
suffices). And Bess Fry will remember her
husband: a scholar and lover of song, and the
man who translated into Latin the per permanent,
manent, permanent, raised inscription that will enhance
one of the carillon bells...
Call together those who are studious of all
good things both human and divine.



in brief

City officials review
new arts festival site
City Commissioners tonight are scheduled
to consider the Gainesville Community Plaza
and downtown area as an alternate site for
the 1979 Spring Arts Festival which is
held annually on Northeast First Street.
The commission instructed the city
manager in December to consider the
possibility of a new site for the April event
because businesses and churches on Nor Northeast
theast Northeast hirst Street had complained of parking
problems.
The commissioners are scheduled to meet
at 7 p.m. in the Municipal Building
auditorium.
ASFAC considers
requests for $45,000
The Activity and Service Fee Advisorv
committee is scheduled to consider $45,000
in requests from student organizations for
student fees tonight.
ASFACs agenda includes a $25,000
request from the Gator Band for new
uniforms and instruments.
The service fraternity of Omicron Delta
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And the recreation department will
request $2,000 to enable Department
Chairman Paul Varnes to hire student
lifeguards he has been forced to lay off due to
lack t>f funds.
The committee meets at 7:30 tonight in the
J. Wayne Reitz Union.
Complaints curb frat
auto crunching ritual
Bored of lx*cr bashes, parity raids and
crowding into phone booths, members of
Theta ('.hi fraternity devised a smashing new
activity to celebrate fraternity rush last
Thursday.
Armed with sledgehammers, the Theta Chi
brothers gave their leveling best to a "custom
by crunch job on a junked 1909 Dodge
Dart, 'donated to the frat b\ Univcrsits
Towing Co.
But the* rush ritual was cut short bv a UF
police officer, responding to complaints from
neighbors of the fraternity at 10 Fratcrnits
Row Theta Chi president Steve Smith said.
"The police officer told us he received a
noise* complaint, so we stopped," Smith said.
It really wasnt th.it noiss. We onlv hit the*
car a few times."

Education dean says
Time's ad 'one sided'

By Amy Fdr
Alligator Staff Writer
UF administrators agree a recent ad advert
vert advert iscment in Time magazine blasting
Floridas public education system was well wellintended,
intended, wellintended, although strongly overstated, and,
in some resjxcts, "inaccurate.
"The* ad probably had good sound
motivations hut it was very one sided and
overstated." said College of Education
Associate Dean Emmett Williams.
I he* full-page ad w hich appears in the
magazine s Jan. 8 issue, savs "Floridas
eductional system stinks.
The* ad appears in all 1 35,000 copies of the
magazine distributed in Florida. It has a
picture* of a baby and a large* headline
retailing:
This is my rie*wheirn son. I elemane!
Florida give* him a decent education."
"Fleirielas eductional system eertainlv has
proble*ms but I woulelnt agre*e* that it stinks,
Williams said I weiulelnt we>rrv about it.
Written In a Miami advertising man anel
publishe*el fre*e*, the ad sass W'e*ve* got
overcrowded classrooms Double* sessions
Too mans unqualified te*ache*rs anel Florida
s|x*nels le*ss mene*v on education than 49 of
our 50 state's.

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Ed ucation Commissioner Ralph
lurlington has lambasted the assessment as
inaccurate.
But Carl Bredahl, local president c>f the
Uniter! Faculty of Florida, said when I
consider we*fc (Florida) 48th in every
(education) category. I would have to say the
ad is accurate."
"This ad has called attention to something
the union has been talking about for years,
Bredahl said of the ads dramatization of
poor education conditions in Florida.
Bredahl said the harshness of the ad mav
lx* just enough to embarrass the state into
forcing public officials into improving
education.
"Its unfortunate that this kind of national
publicity was drawn (as a result of the ad),
but It might lx* just what it takes to get some
changes made," Bredahl said.
However, UF Vice President for Academic
Affairs Rofx*rt Bryan says the real problem
with Florida's public education lies with the
"citizens themselves."
State officials are not the ones to worry
about, Bryan said. "If (public schools) are
in disrepair, than it s the citizens w ho are not
w illing to spend the money to repair it.
"Officials cannot spend mones thc\ dont
have, Brvan said.

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monday/capsule

Cambodian capital falls to Vietnamese rebels

BANGKOK. THAILAND captured Phnom Penh Sunday at the end of a two-week
blitzkrieg invasion and stepped up their drive to conquer all
of Cambodia, Rebel Radio and Radio Hanoi reported.
China, caught off guard by the suddenness of the victory,
condemned Vietnam's attempt to "annex Cambodia and
establish a colonial empire."
"Our red flag with five yellow towers (of Angkor Wat) is
fluttering in Phnom Penh," the insurgents clandestine radio
station said in a broadcast monitored in Bangkok. It flew
over the Phnom, a temple-topped hill in the center of the

Marijuana helps husband
and wife beat alcoholism

TAYLOR, MICH. (UPI) Char W-s
Kile, a former auto worker and onetime
alcoholic, says his children have shown
him away to break his addiction to booze
with marijuana.
"My kids turned me on and it's changed
my life," Kile said, claiming the use of
marijuana has strengthened his family
life and cured his alcoholism.
"I was a factory rat and a drunk." he
said Sunday. For 20 years I neglected
my family because of booze. Now I smoke
marijuana and its totally different.
Kile. 39. and his wife, Betty, 39. have
started an organization. United
Marijuana Smokers of Michigan,
operating it out of their converted garage.
Its purpose is to legalize marijuana
The Kiles are on probation for sidling

news in Hm world

No progress in negotiations;
oil workers ready to walk
DENVER (UPI) No progress was reported Sunday in
more than 100 separate negotiations across the country lx*t lx*tween
ween lx*tween representatives of the oil industry and 60,000 oil
refinery workers, whose contracts expire at midnight.
Members of the Oil. Chemical and Atomic Workers Union
have authorized their negotiators to call a walkout when the
pacts expire, hut no strike deadline was expected to lx- set
lxfore midnight.
Troops fire at Iranian mobs;
new government in jeopardy
TEHRAN. IRAN (UPI) Trxps fired automatic weapons
Sunday to disperse mobs rampaging through the streets <>f
the capital shouting death-to the Shah! ami demanding re-
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The station said the invasion forces pushed into the
capital, "annihilating or disintegrating the main force
divisions of the (Khmer Rouge) army anti smashing the outer
defense ring of the enemy.
Racing through the city, "they captured important
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- The official Vietnamese media reported attacks were
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marijuana to an undercover police obiter
in November. 1977.
They have a poster in the front win windown
down windown of their home in this Detroit suburb,
their cars are plastered with pro promarijuana
marijuana promarijuana bumper stickers, and they are
planning to circulate their literature and
bumper stickers Tuesday in Detroit's
downtown Kennedy Square.
"Sometimes when I feel my chest
tighten just from tension with five
children Ido get tense I light up a joint,
my husband and I smoke it. and it relaxes
me." said Mrs. Kile.,
"Mv kills would rather have me smoke
marijuana than drink," Kile said, adding
lie has !>een arrested and convicted of
numerous alcohol-related offense, in including
cluding including a 1963 conviction for negligent
vehicle homicide.

jection of his new civilian government
The continuing violence and demonstrations against Shah
Mohammed Re/a Pahlavi throughout Iran threatened the
government of Prime Minister Shahpnur Rakhtiar, the
fourth in just five months.
Mon* than 100,000 marched at the Hedy City of Qom. HO
miles s the* government ferme*el in an effort to save* his Peacock
Throne.
FBI chief still doubtful
of assassination conspiracy
WASHINGTON the* KBI is not yet convinced the* House* Assassinations Com Committee
mittee Committee has uncovered real evidence* of a conspiracy in the*
Je>hn F. Kenm-ely assassination hut his agency will examine
new scientific information when it becomes available*.
Webster indicates the* bureau will reeipen its own in-
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Khmer Rouge regime of Prime Minister and Communist
Party boss Pol Pot or of foreigners mostly Chinese.
Hut Thai aviation sources said a Chinese jetliner made a
successful flight in and out of Phnom Penh only hours before
the city fell.
The new administration, officially called the Cambodian
National United Front for National Salvation, promised to
repopulate Cambodias deserted cities, restore freedom of
religion and "duly punish Khmer Rouge officials.

vestigation of that crime only if after reviewing the
acoustical evidence behind the panels bombshell
conspiracy finding it finds solid leads not available in
the FBl's very intensive and thorough investigation for the
Warren Commission.
Gasoline prices to rise this
year if oil stoppage continues
WASHINGTON (UPI) Energy Secretary James
Schlesinger said Sunday gasoline prices are likely to rise 6
cents or 7 cents this year and indicated the Iranian oil
stoppage could lead to rationing or government allocations
of supplies if it lasts longer than three months.
Schlesinger, in an interview on CBS Face The Nation
program, said prices for oil, gasoline and heating oil would
have been higher this year even without the Iranian crisis
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Deport threat to Iranian students
has little effect at UF, official says

ly Oall Kp*t eln
Alligator Staff Writer
Carter administration threats to deport foreign students
taking part in illegal violence in the United States will have
only a slight effect at UF, a foreign student advisor said.
I'm not that concerned right now about these statements
because I'm unsure what they mean and Im unsure of their
legality as far as implementation, said Richard Downie,
student affairs coordinator for the UF International Center.
As far as I'm concerned right now nothing is any different
than it was before, and I dont know that it will be dif different."
ferent." different."
Onelranianstudent called deportation just a good excuse
to get sent back."
Bloody anti-shah demonstrations by Iranian students in
Beverly Hills. Calif. Tuesday prompted an order by Presi Presitlent
tlent Presitlent Carter to Attorney General Griffin Bel! to review possi possible
ble possible strps the government might take. Bell issued bis stern
warning Thursday, saying he was stinking >ur legal op options
tions options that could lead to revocation i>f students visas for the
Iranians.
Bell also said his review would lx* aimed at expelling Ira Iranians
nians Iranians who no longer are students if their visas have expired,
even if they were not convicted of any wrongdoing.
1 he State Departmerit estimates there are between 50,000
and 60,000 Iranians in the United States with student visas,
although many are no longer believed attending classes.
"Mv guess as to what would happen is that if they arrest
people and checked their immigration status and fttuiui out
they were supposed to lie students and thev werent lhev
would be deportable," Downie said. But that would not
strickly be due to the violence thev would be deportahlc
anyway.
Threats of deportation hold a different meaning todav for
UF's approximately 100 Iranian sturlents than in the past.

UF profs predict shaky shah regime

By Vicki Weglowski
Alligator Staff Writer
While Iranian troops fired into crowds calling for the
death of the shah, UF students and faculty expressed little
faith in the survival of the shah's newhandpicked civilian
government.
I think there is a lot of doubt whether this government
can survive, since it is so closely fieri to the shah." UF
philosophy Professor Robert DAmico .said Sunday.
D Amico, faculty adviser to the UF chapter of the Iranian
Student Association, said the shah still has enough support in
the military to prolong the struggle.
UF History Professor David Chalmers agreed.
We don t know anything about the new government or
even if it is a new government," Chalmers said.
Chalmers said the crucial issue is whether the United
what's
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today at 3:40 in room 212 of Weil Hall. Its enough to make
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Discover what tab's your Ixxlv can tell you, at another free
Natural Health lecture, sponsored by Dr. Natural himself,
local chiropractor Steven Schargel. tonight at 7. at 1406 NW
Sixth St. Bring your favorite organ along for a night of fun
and positive mental attitude.
And other events:
Film mogul*: I he Society of Black Student Engineers meets

one Iranian student said Friday.
Right now most of the Persian kids are really concerned
anti would like to go home as soon as they can," said Javad
Mobraz, a member of the Iranian Student Association. "Get "Gettin
tin "Gettin deported is just a good excuse to get sent back.
"Jimmv Carter, the FBI, the CIA. . thev threatened kids
for years. . if you demonstrate, well
went back you faced the shah and political imprisonment.
These days things are different everybody is getting ready
to go home and overthrow the* shah," Mobraz said.
Iwelve months of strikes, demonstration ami bloodshed
which claimed more than 2.000 lives in Iran also have had
an effect on students attending scfuxd out of the country.
Besides worrying about their families, Mobraz said,
students cannot get money from home to pay for their
schooling. _______ _____
Right now there are a lot of deficiencies in the exchange
back home, M>braz said. If a family wants to send its kids
money, they have to fill out all sorts of applications and can
hardly get enough money. I had to borrow money from
friends in Gainesville to get through.
Mtibraz described the situation in Iran as "the same thing
you see on TV or in the papers.
Everyday all different strata of people go in the streets
and demonstrate against the government students, little
kids, adults. . Mobraz said.
To Mobraz, the violent Beverly Hills demonstration was
an extension of what his fellow countrymen are fighting for.
The demonstration in Beverly Hills wasnt against
America it was against the Shah and his family." Mobraz
said. "The Shah has ripped off our families and out familes
wealth and killed political prisoners.
Anybody participating in demonstrations had great anger
in them. Mobraz said. Probably one of their familv has
berm killed by the secret police.

States allows its support for Iran to lx* contingent on the
continuing rule of the shah.
"One hopes that the Uniter! States doesnt have a moral
stake in a government that tortures its people," Chalmers
said.
D'Amico voiced concern over the possibility of U.S. in intervention
tervention intervention in Iran to protect American oil interests.
"I certainly think its something the U.S would consider or
has contingency plans for. It would be much more clearly an
invasion than in Vietnam, but there are plenty of excuses the
U.S. could use to intervene," D'Amico said.
UF law student Brvon Townsend disagreed, saving I
think it would lx* hard for the U.S. to intervene because of
the bitter memory of Vietnam.
But another war would be a hard price to pav for our
apathy, he added.
tonight at 7 in room 322 Weil Hall to see a movie and
discuss their planned trip to Atlanta.
A chip of# th# old circuit: I he Asstxiation for Computing
Machinery is sponsoring a membership meeting and lecture
tonight at 7 in room 334 Weil Hall. Keith Hubbard of tlx*
Milliken Corp. will speak on textiles and computers.
duck*: The Poultry Science Club meets tonight at 7 at
tlx* Poultry Science Department office.
Life on the high *Mi: The Gator Sail Club meets tonight
at 7:30 in room 331 of thej. Wavne Reitz Union.
Honorably healthy: Eta Sigma Gamma National Health
Honorary organization meets tonight at 7:30 in nxiin 865 of
tlx* Union.
Bouncing bolls: The Intramurals Department is sponsoring
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editorials/opinions

Justice
For Theodore Robert Bundy, life is the long
hours in the armor-plated solitude of a
Tallahassee jail cell.
And future is a question of justice.
Bundy is charged with the strangulation strangulationbludgeon
bludgeon strangulationbludgeon murders of two Florida State University
Chi Omega members and the brutal oak-club
beatings of three more co-eds. Hs has been in indicted,
dicted, indicted, furthermore, for the murder of a 12-vear 12-vearold
old 12-vearold girl in Lake City, and is a suspect in 33 other
sex slayings in Washington, Oregon, Colorado
and Utah.
But he has not been convicted of any.
And therein lies Theodore Bundys problem.
Convicted only of a kidnaping charge in Salt
Lake City, Bundy nonetheless has been publicized
by law enforcement and the FBI without
documentation as perhaps the most prolific
murderer in America.
The highly publicized nature of the Chi Omega
murders, and of led Bundy since his arrest Feb.
15, 1978, has seriously endangered the mans
chance of receiving a fair trial.
It started with Tallahassee law enforcement.
With national attention focused on the brutality
that took place in the normally sleepy city. Leon
County Sheriff Ken Katsaris felt pressed to
perform. And perform he did.
When Bundy finally was indicted for the
murders, Katsaris paraded the hapless suspect
l>efore an entourage of waiting reporters
though previously, he denied Bundy the right to
tell his side of the story to the media. Then, with
cameras rolling, flashbulbs flashing, and pens
furiously scrawling, Katsaris smiled for the
audience and handed Bundy the sealed in indictment
dictment indictment for all to witness.
Then the prospects of true justice surfacing in
the Bundy trial all but died when Tallahassee
Circuit Judge John A. Rudd took over. Rudd
refused to allow Bundy his choice of attorney
Atlanta legal eagle Millard Farmer because,
the judge said. Farmers style was dilatory and
disruptive.
Additionally, the judge rejected Bundys
complaints that poor lighting, stringent solitary
confinement, harsh treatment and more
prohibited the suspect from adequately preparing
his own defense. A clinical psychologist later
testified in a successful appeal that the conditions
were so bad that they could result in the
deterioration of anyones mental capacities.
Judge Rudds conduct in the Bundy cast* was
disillusioning; the country judges actions were
an insult to the legal arena. It matters not
whether Ted Bundy is a supect in 36 murders.
Nor does it matter that the FSU murders were of
such a brutal, blood-thirsty nature.
What matters in this instance is that Theodore
Bundy is entitled to a fair trial, courtesy of the
United States Constitution; what matters is that
Bundy is innocent until proven guilty.
Judge John A. Rudd may have kept that fair trial
from happening. He even rejected Bundys
motion that he should disqualify himself because
he was prejudiced a rejection that violated
judiciary regulations, the Florida Supreme Court
ruled last week. Now, a new judge has been
appointed to try Theodore Bundy.
And the question of justice becomes less so.
Appropriately, the question of facts, and the
question of innocence or guilt on the part of
Theodore Robert Bundy, are left for the jury to
decide.

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advice and dissmit
letters from readers
Walkers don't need to park

Editor: l I Executive Vice President John Nattress is at attempting
tempting attempting to sell the i In threatening the existence of a walking campus.
B\ pairing.i $9 million parking structure with a cost free
walking campus plan, he implies that one t an not lx- possible
w ithout the other. This is a contradiction.
hirst, the location of the proposed parking Imtltling is just
south of General Purpose Building A This site is eurrentlv
designated as a temporary parking lot-used by visitors, free
ol charge, faculty and staff. In the long-range Uuiv. Land
Use Plan, this area is designated to lx 1 forever open space.
How, may I ask w ill this site satis!\ the peripherv parking re requirements?
quirements? requirements? How will these automobiles get to this centralis
located site except through campus?
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Second, !0(M) spaces here would be quicklv and quietly
reserved for faculty and staff. While parking fees for
everyone w ill double, only a restricted few will lx* able to
take advantage of these spaces. With the completion of the
new architecture complex, the art studio and the journalism
college, surely the 1000 spaces w ill not go far.
Furthermore, how can UF insure a forty vear mortgage on
i facility dedicated to fossil fuels? At $9,000 per parking
spdee. surely dormitories could be built to house 1,000 peo people
ple people for a comparable amount. Some automobiles have better
housing than people.
If this folly is allowed to proceed unchallenged, it will be
vears Indore we see the first brick laved.
As students we should let Sen. Pete Skinner, D-Lake City,
and Rep. Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne, who would be in instrumental
strumental instrumental in the necessary legislation, know that a walking
campus is possible now and that $9 million could be much
w iser spent.
Our UF officials should be put on notice that they could
solve transportation problems by using systems available to
all of us. If UF could cperate with the bus system to en encourage
courage encourage improved service, faculty and staff might not feel
degraded sharing with us this common situation.
Joseph Kauffman
4FA
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Goffman shouldn't
be equated with God
Editor: 1 am far from being a devout Christian, however,
I found the comments of Kevin Emmas in the story concern concerning
ing concerning Irving J. Coffman appearing in the Jan. 5 edition of The
Alligator heinous, offensive and needless. While Goffman
may indeed lx* loved by TEP and Emmas, it is superfluous in
the le*ast and blasphemous at the most to equate Goffman
w ith Gxl.
Websters Dictionary defines blasphemy as: the act of in insulting
sulting insulting or shewing lack of respect and reverence to God. The
act of claiming the attributes erf thediety.
Perhaps a ce>mment such as Gerffman is as a gexl to me
(us), would have been more appropriate and less ridiculous.
Proper respect of the Creates is, I believe, a minimal request
for anve>ne.
AlfredeiN. Lavzeuilla
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Men have different ways to win a woman

After the rigors of the first week of school are over, many
students find that most of their basic needs have been met
save one the companionship of the opposite sex
After that first this need becomes prominent and
receives high prio. m l>oth sexes. Since the female must
usually resign her* iaccept or reject advances, it falls on
the male to make a favorable impression on the female of his
choice, hence the need for "the approach.
It is interesting to observe the different methods employed
by our peers in order to assure this most sought after compa companionship.
nionship. companionship. Remembering that while there are as many ap approaches
proaches approaches as there are men, it is possible to generalize most
approaches as falling into one of the* followingcategoriesdhe
I. M. Richashit." the Macho Man and the Marlboro.
Usually the easiest to spot is the* I. M. Richashit." This
approach may take various forms. One plo\ involves im impressing
pressing impressing his chosen female with superlative amounts of
material grxxJs and wealth. This wealth may take the form
of automobiles, trips to Europe, designer clothes, expensive
aftershaves, heavy gold chains, etc.
In other instances the I. M. Richashit" may not thrust his
wealth out as openly as we would expect. In these- ease s,
however, we can rest assured that he will casually announce
that he is Dan Wexdco, Jim Se-ars or Bill Maas.
Another common method he- will use is to lx*liflle his
wealth by referring to it as a burden or hardship. This may
be exemplified by such statements as. Man, mv ne-w Cor Corvetteis
vetteis Corvetteis useless. Just yesterday the T-top got stuck again." or
Living In-The-Pines is such a hassle. Evervtime the maid
comes over, we have to ask her to shamp the shag rugs.
In short, wherever conversation takes place or whatever the
topic, we can always count on this type to let everv female in
the vicinity know, I. M. Richashit."
The second approach is as easy to spot as tlx- first. This
type may also be as wealthy as I. M. Richashit yet he d not play on it save for the large gold chain and pendant
hanging low on his hairy chest. He is the "Macho Man."
He is often, but not necessarily, of Latin descent usually
Spanish or Italian. The "Macho Man prick-s himself on Ix--
ing all skinned, muscular and is fond of snug clothing and
musky aftershaves. He is most noted for his fluid, smth
conversation zing with sincere bullshit.
His main tactic, and from which all the others follow, is to
lower his voice. Aside from gaining proximity to his prev.
who has come closer to listen better, this simple awl subtle
gesture has immense ramifications. It permits him to
whisper, definitely sexier than open conversation. It grants
privacy so that he may steer the conversation to sexual in innuendos
nuendos innuendos and double-entendres.
Finally, it puts his prey in a vulnerable position subject to
Macho Mans musky aftershave anti wandering eves.
From the first words from his full lips to the last gesture of
his physique, the "Macho Man says sex. In summation, the
Macho Man is no fool. His approach is a highly polished
art form and if performed well, is a force to lx* reckoned
with.
The third and most common approach is the Marlboro.
His approach may be subtitled "The Regular Guy. Actual Actually,
ly, Actually, he would like to have no approach at all. He would like to
ask the girl home as casually as he would ask for a Ix-er. Yet,

Editor: Last quarter, Student Government introduced to
the student body at UF a newly-formed committee
specifically designed to involve students more with the
everyday decision-making process at UF. The name of the
committee was the Presidents Involvement Committee and
we had our first meeting Dec. 7, 1978.
Taking into consideration the rather hectic quarter that all
of UF experienced last fall, the first PIC meeting has to lx*
considered a success a success, though, only in its failure.
I know that it was a successful failure only because a number
of interested students bothered to explain this oxymoronic
coiwrfjt to me at the meetings end last quarter. Let me ex explain
plain explain it to you.
Since my initial stroll through the political menagerie of
this very large institution, I have, quite frankly, learned to
walk slowly, diligently, making sure that, if I ever ran, I
wouldnt fall into the dung around me. Y couldnt risk loosing PIC because I rushed into it. It has been
my new-found experience that one necessarily has to move
slowly when dealing with any bureaucracy.
Well, my learned practice was wrong for PIC. In my

PIC was a success in its failure

he t(x> craves tlx- opposite gender's company and thus must
devclo his own style of approach.
Usually the "Marllxiro fortifies himself Ix-forehaud with
his favorite alcoholic concoction or herb. Once having im imbilxxl
bilxxl imbilxxl or inhaled the sufficient amount of courage, the
Marlboro adjusts his derigueur Levis and plaid shirt and
hi My opinion
olfredo kiyzeqwilla
accosts his chosen one.
His first utterance may well lx- a Ix-lch but such calamities
notwithstanding he w ill probably say such cliche lines as,
"Howvadoin?" "What's your major? "Where va from?"
etc. On the onset, this approach may not sr-em like an ap approach
proach approach at all, however, it is iii(k-cd as the Marlboro uses as
his points of power his sincerity, casualness and natural
friendliness.
He wants to come on as a regular guy. He w ill state, I'm
just a wild and crazy guy," a la Steve Martin, scream,
T>ga, toga, toga a la Animal House or whatever is in

diligence I overlooked the fact that, although haste makes
waste, occasionally waste necessitates haste. In other words,
when it is soft and sticky, if you dont move fast you are like likely
ly likely to sink in.
This is how it was, and is, with PIC and the apathy issue.
The students voice at that meeting was crystal clear: give us
a committee that will lx* indicative of tlx* average student's
mood; give us a committee that will. inek*eel, lx* made up of
average students, atul give us a committee that will act.
Quite simply, I had unek*re*stimntcel llte average student's
enthusiasm for change. Although I had already accomplish accomplishes!
es! accomplishes! the* first two alxtve. I was not prc|Mreel to organize anv
sort of an attack team ready to combat the* evils of apathy,
even though I had a willing and ready constituency at my
disposal.
I was planning to phase in this integral active part of PIC,
but I was planning on phasing it in later, so as to not upset
what had already lx*en accomplished. The* students thought
differently, thexigh. and they let me know it.
This is why PIC was a success in its failure. My special
thanks are extended to those* who informal me how I had

vogue that quarter. You see, folks, he is just your average
dude. This ploy has its advantage in that the girl may feel
relaxed and comfortable. She need not feel pressured, in infereior,
fereior, infereior, overpowered or manipulated. He is not so much in interested
terested interested in phone numbers as in names and faces.
After a reasonable length of tinre, he may ask the girl out outside
side outside and offer to walk her home. Deceptively simple as this
approach might seem, it is in actuality the most daring of the
three mentioned.
The "Marlboro has no facade to uphold. He has no im image
age image to keep up or for that matter, bide behind; whereas the
other two have that exit. If the subject chx*s not respond as
expected, they can always blame their approach and not
themselves. The Marlboro" has no such exit. He is
vulnerable and open. I would recommend this approach on only
ly only to the most confident and intrepid.
As we have s<-en, there are different metfxxls of securing
female companionship. Each is effective if handk-d with care
and confidence. However, it would lx- wise to lx-ar in mind
that regardless of gambit, ploy, or meth naught if the sought after female ckx-s not like your type or
for that matter, you.
Thus you may lx- the slickest "I. M Richashit" of them all,
but if your chosen one is into Levis and J<*e|>s, well, then I
guess you will lx- driving home alone tonight in your black
and gold Trans-Am.

strayed. 1 now know that PIC cannot wait any longer. I now
know what I must do.
First, though, I need help. I need several students other otherwise*
wise* otherwise* uninvolved with SC, who are willing to meet with me
weekly to formulate plans for future PIC meetings. I need
people who believe in what I am attempting. I need people
who care alxxit UF and are willing to roll up their sleeves tc
ensure its further advancement.
If you think that youd like to be on the PIC staff, please
call me. I can be reached at SC Monday through Friday, 2 to
5 p.m. at 392-1665 or at 375-8142.
If vexi do not desire to become that involved with PIC
please make every effort to attend the next PIC meeting
anvway. I think that yenj will fine! the next meeting a bit
more interesting than the* last.
Let it suffice for new to say that by the* ne*xt PIC meeting*!
end, we will have aeiequatelv equipped all attenek*e*s with the
necessary brexirn and pail ne*eded to lx*gin cleaning up the
bureaucratic nx*ss spetken of e*arlie*r.
Mark C. Gome*
Chairman. Pre*siele*nls lnve>lve*nx*nt Cennmitte

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    UF Accounting Honorary
    Accounting Professor Jesse Boyles, left, shows off the
    national award presented recently to the University of Florida
    chapter of the honorary accounting fraternity, Beta Alpha PsL
    Boyles is faculty advisor to the study group which was awarded
    the plaque in recognition for its outstanding service activity
    program. The chapter competed, along with 129 other college

    Info Available
    On 'Seed Money'
    Competition
    The Board of Director of the Division of
    Sponsored Research has authorised a
    seed money competition to be con conducted
    ducted conducted during winter quarter. Copies of
    the instructions for submitting proposals
    have been mailed to Department Chair Chairmen
    men Chairmen and are also available in the
    Graduate School DSR Lobby, Second
    Floor, Grinter HaH Engineering and IF AS
    faculty are not eligible to compete,
    because funds for seed money competi competition
    tion competition are derived from indirect cost monies
    generated by grants and contracts from all
    other diadplines. Deadline for receiving
    proposals is February 16. For information
    call Dr. Anthony F. Randasso or Catherine
    Kennedy at 992-1562.
    Physiologist to Discuss
    Energetics of Muscles"
    Dr. Wendell Staineby, UF profeaaor of
    physiology, will discuss The Energetics
    of Muscle Contraction Thursday at 3:90
    p.m. in Room 221 of the Mechanical
    Engineering Building. The talk is one of a
    series of energy seminars sponsored by
    the UF Solar Energy and Energy Conver Conversion
    sion Conversion Laboratory.
    Udell Talk Thursday
    On Symphonic Variation
    Dr. Budd Udell, compoaer and chairman
    of the UF Music Department, will present
    s lecture on symphonic variation Thurs Thursday
    day Thursday at 2:90 p.m. in Room 120 of the Music
    Building. There is no admission charge.
    Report Address Change
    To Registrar's Office
    Students who have recently changed
    their local or hometown address should
    notify the Registrars Office in Room 33
    Tlgert Ball as soon as possible Students
    with incorrect addresses run the risk of not
    receiving time-valued mail such as billing
    statements, registration appointments and
    other valuable information.

    Drop-Add Deadline Tuesday;
    Winter Fees Due Wednesday
    The deadline for students to submit drop-add cards to the Registrars Office in Tlgert
    Hall basement is 4 pm Tuesday.
    The deadline for students to pay winter quarter fees is Wednesday. Students can pay
    fees in person at the Hub from 9 am to 3:90 pm weekdays, or they can avoid lines and
    place fee cards, along with check or money order, in the (hop boa at the north end of the
    Hub or in the mail. Fees in the boa or those postmarked fey miA>ight i Jan io wQI be
    considered on time. Students who want their validated fee cards *nfUH back to thn
    should be sure to put thdr name and address on the back of the card. Those who wish to
    pick up their fee cards can omit the return address and pick the canto up at the Hub
    within 2 or 3 days. Student accounts officials emphasise that students would be sure to
    pay fees by Jan. 10 and should Ignore the fee deadline date on this quarter's fee canto,
    since there was a printing error.
    "Human Possibilities in Later Life"
    Is Topic of January 26 Conference

    Members of the University community
    can sign up now for participation in a
    conference entitled Human Poaaibtitties
    in Lata 1 Life: A Day with Maggie Kuhn,
    to be held on January 26 from 9:90 ajn. to 5
    p.m. at the Gainesville Holiday Inn
    University Centa at University Avenue
    and 13th Street The deadline for registra-
    Taylor Is Interim
    Minority Student Dean
    Joyce E. Taylor has been named Interim
    Assistant Dean for Minority Student
    Services in the Office fa Student Services.
    Ms. Taylor, who to not a candidate fa the
    permanent assistant deanship, succeeds,
    Paulette Grimes, who recently resigned
    for health reasons.
    Ms. Taykr expects to complete require requirements
    ments requirements tor the doctorate in
    administration in June. She served as UF
    Assistant Dean fa Minority Student
    Services from 1973 to 1978, when she
    returned to school full time. In 1978, she
    was awarded a Whitney Young Foundation
    Fellowship by that New York City Foun Foundation.
    dation. Foundation.
    Dean Tayla holds a bachelors degree
    from Howard University and masters
    from George Washington University. She
    previously served as a probation offica
    with the District of Columbia Court
    System.

    The University of Florida is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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    Receives National Award
    and university chapters in the nation, for service points and was
    one of several schools which achieved the maximum 8,000
    points. Pictured with Boyles left to right are Angela Henderson,
    corresponding secretary; Greg Cauthen, treasurer; Bonnie
    Millar, reporting secretary.

    tion, which has a sls fee, is Friday,
    January 12.
    The program, sponsored by the UF
    Center for Gerontological Studies and the
    Humanist Society of Gainesville, begins
    with a lecture/discussion session with Ms.
    Kahn, followed by luncheon and afternoon
    workshops dealing with humanistic per perspectives
    spectives perspectives on aging. Maggie Kuhn, named
    1978 Humanist of the Year, is National
    Convener of tike Gray Prathers.
    Ms. Kuhn will also deliver a free public
    lecture at 8 p.m. Jan. 18 in Carleton
    Auditorium.
    For more information, or to sign up for
    the conference, call the Center for
    Gerontological Studies, 3824787, or con contact
    tact contact Martha Hardman, Humanist Society
    President, P.O. Boa 13183, Gainesville, FL
    31804, 382-1833 or 378-0827.
    Grad II Program Offers
    Student-Employer Match-up
    The Career Resoufoe Center at the Kelts
    Union is now accepting applicants for the
    Grad n computer matchup program.
    Students receive a computer printout
    listing potential employers to contact for
    Jobs in their area of expertise. The Center
    then aide students in obtaining additional
    information about the employers. Students
    graduating in March or June should sign
    up at the Center in G-22 Reitz Union as
    soon as possible.

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    12 Students Are
    In Hall of Fame;
    48 in Who's Who,
    Twelve students have been named to tiie
    University of Florida Hall of Fame and 48
    to Whos Who Among American Universi Universities
    ties Universities and Colleges. Eight of the students are
    recipients of both honors.
    The selections were made by a Univer University
    sity University committee compound of students,
    faculty members and administrators. The
    program is sponsored by the Office of
    Development and Alumni Affairs. The
    students were chosen on the basis of
    leadership qualities, service to the Univer University,
    sity, University, participation in student activities and
    academic performance.
    The 12 who received both honors include
    Barry Anthony Blekit, Richard Domenick
    Custureri, Robert Gary Dias, Carmen
    John Fragola, Ronald E. Jaraagan,
    Patrick McGrath, m, Joan Catherine
    Simr?fm t and Ronald E. flounders.
    Others elected to the Hall of Fame were
    Don Robert Epstein, John M. Espinosa,
    m, Carlos M. Sires and Stuart M.
    Susaneck.
    Others to be listed in Whos Who are
    Richard Baltin, Lorence Jon BMby,
    Naima E. Bloomquist, Jordan Freeman
    Camenker, Jennifer L. Carreras, Raul
    Carreras, Jr., Steven Cook, Dale Ann
    DeHart, Mary Lynn Desjarlais, Robert
    Diener, Kevin Michael Ernes, Elizabeth
    Victoria Fein, Kathleen Patricia Am
    Fitzpatrick, Holly Walker Frost, Diane S.
    Hanley, Judith Lynn James, Julie Lym
    Jett, Debra Lynn Katsman, Robin Kauf Kaufman,
    man, Kaufman, Mitchell Kaye, Christopher F.
    Ken ward, Clark AUie Maxwell, Charles
    Walker Mcurney, Jr., Lias Ann Miller,
    Alfred Dale Moore, Padric KeQy OBrien,
    David A. Palumbo, Terri Sue Popper,
    Richard J. Phoenix, Christopher Ramsey
    Qualmsnn, Jasmin Denise Shirley, Eu Eugene
    gene Eugene Shy, Jr., Genie Stowers, Mark
    Stephen Sutton, Stephen Thiese, Mark
    Edward Timmea, Timothy W. Voipe,
    Frederick G. WaQrapp, Jr., Neil Jay
    Wolff, and William L. Wolfram.
    New jogging Course
    Offered This Quarter
    The Department of General Physical
    Education is offering a new course this
    winter in Jogging. The course, open to
    all UF students, is being offered on an
    experimental basis this quarter. The
    course number to PEMII4B, Section 7410,
    and it meets Monday evenings from 7 to 8
    (E-l) in Florida Gymnasium. Individual
    running programs will be developed for
    each darn member by authorities in
    naming. For more information, call the.
    Department of General Phytacal Educa Education,
    tion, Education, 392-0580.
    Yoga Group To Begin
    At Counseling Center
    The University Cminesling Center will
    offer a free counseling group tide quarter
    on Body Awareness Through Yoga.
    Open to students and student aptmaea, the
    group will meet We&aeedays at 3:90 in
    Room 334 Reitz Union, beghmtag tide
    week. For sign-up or information, call Dr.
    Dave&ichman, 382-1573, or Thereae May,



    Commissioner
    urges removal
    of city manager
    Bv Cindy LaiMttr
    Alligator Staff Writer
    Gainesville City Manager B. Harold Farmer is neglecting
    his duties and spending too much time at out-of-town con conferences.
    ferences. conferences. City Commissioner Mark Goldstein has charged as
    a step in an admitted plan to force Farmers ouster.
    Goldstein blasted Farmer in a letter last Wednesday, and
    ordered him to begin the new year by bringing city corauuv
    sion proposals for improving the city's streets and
    neighborhoods before the commission.
    The first-term commissioner explained Friday that the let letter
    ter letter is part of his escalating effort to get Farmer fired.
    I plan to continue illustrating the inadequacies to the
    other commissioners in hopes that they will ask for his
    resignation, Goldstein said.
    Commissioner Garv Junior has asked for Farmer's

    New airport terminal opens today

    By Cindy LaMttr
    Alligator Staff Writer
    The first departure from Gainesvilles John R. Allison Air
    Terminal is scheduled for 7 a m. today, marking the debut of
    the worlds largest entirely solar heated airport terminal.
    City commissioners Wednesday had refused to allow the
    terminal to open today as scheduled unless they first resolved
    disputes over leases for the airlines.
    To avoid the delay, an emergency meeting was called for
    Friday, and the commission approver! leases with the three
    airlines that will operate in the $2.7 million terminal.
    Commissioners authorized leases for space with Eastern
    Airlines, Air Florida and the local Charter Air. Eastern,
    Gainesvilles major air carrier, agreed to pay more than
    $40,000 a year for rental space.
    Air Florida will pay ipore than $15,000 a year, and
    Charter Air the only carrier that has not signed a lease
    will be charged about $ 10,000 a year for space.

    Evening express offers students a free ride

    By Gina Thomas
    Alligator Staff Writer
    Day-long rainfall didnt stop the evening express the
    new night bus service from embarking Sunday on its first
    voyage from Flavet parking lot, where it will provide free
    bus service for UF students and faculty.
    Funded by student parking fines, the $2,0()0-a-month bus
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    Mitchell Kaye chief justice of the UF Traffic Court, said
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    s J>ut it this way I dont thmk the citv manager is
    doing his job think much more initiative can be shown on
    the part of the city manager, Junior said..lf Farmer's staff
    cannot originate some ideas for improvements. Goldstein
    said, new- officials should be hired
    If your staff cannot generate innovative recommenda recommendations
    tions recommendations to improve neighborhoods and to make walking and
    biking and local traffic safer, then find some new chiefs now,
    I expect that during the year 1979 you w ill bring a series of
    innovative recommendations to the commission. ~
    Goldstein's letter said in part.
    Goldstein wrote that when he took office six months ago,
    he asked Farmer to give more attention to the citys stn-cts
    and neighborhoods. He said Farmer seemed concerned, but
    little progress followed.
    "I urged you to spend time in the streets of our city and to
    spend less time out-of-town in the streets of New York,
    Washington, St. bouis. etc, Goldstein said.
    Must of the problems leave never been addressed, Golds Goldstein
    tein Goldstein wrote.and our neighborhixxls continue to decline as a
    result of the policies generated bv you (Farmer) and vour
    division heads.
    Although Farmer would not answer questions about the
    letter when contacted Saturday, the citv manager did say
    that he did not think his staff has overlooked the citvs streets
    and neighborhoods.

    The agreements w ith Eastern and Air Florida are 10-year
    leases w ith five-year renewal options. The city is.pushing for
    . month-to-month lease with Charter Air so the space can
    easily fx* made available if a larger carrier is interested, said
    Andrew Daniluk, negotiator for the city.
    Daniluk said if Charter Air d ditional additional space w ill be made available to Air Florida, which
    has asked for more counter space.
    Although the commission approved the leases bv a 5-0
    vote, two commissioners criticized cits staff memliers for the
    way they handler! negotiations w ith the airlines.
    Commissioner Gary Junior complained that the cits staff
    did not tell the commission Eastern had Ixtii authorized to
    begin operations today.
    No one ever said we h.id made a verbal agreement with
    Eastern, Junior said.
    Commissioner Mark Goldstein blasted what he caller!
    an eleventh-hour agreement." He said he had not received
    some of the leases earls enough to studs them property

    setbacks, including a change in state law pertaining to
    parking and transportation, and Student Body President
    Terrv Browns veto, which was overridden by the Student
    Senate, said Kave. Its finally here.
    Since the parking lot is poorly lit, said Kaye, the* service
    will employ one member of the Student Nighttime Auxilary
    Patrol to ensure the safety of its patrons.
    Since all freshmen and sophomores who reside in dorms
    must park in the badly lit Flavet parking lot, the evening
    express is primarily for the benefit of those students, Kave
    said. The bus is running this quarter on a trial basis, but
    Kaye said he has no doubts about its success and sees the
    possibility of it expanding.

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    UF geography student Karen Wenzel fail failed
    ed failed to mention that she was a garbage collec collector
    tor collector when she told her father she was working
    for a local waste company.
    If the shy blonde had told her father, he
    probably would have been shocked just as
    Karens machismo co-workers were on her
    first day on the job last autumn.
    "Whaaat? a lady garbage worker?" laugh laugher!
    er! laugher! one collector who had mistaken Karen for
    a secretary.
    Karen arrived at Alachua Waste at 5 a m.
    hoping to get a position on one of the trucks
    before they left al 6:30. Surprised at the
    presence of a female, the men gathered to
    question her.
    They were friendly but Auspicious when
    she said she wanted to In* a collector. The
    men warned her th.it the work is hard too
    strenuous for some males but she was
    determined to get a job with a waste com company
    pany company and this was the only position open.
    "I definitely wanted a job with a waste
    company. When 1 graduate, 1 want a job
    related to garbage planning, the environ environment
    ment environment and recycling. Karen said later.
    Karen bad gotten the job only after
    repeated visits to the company, and her
    employers later admitted they were hesitant
    about hiring her.
    "Mv first thought was that someone (a
    feminist group) had put her up to it." said
    Gordon Bennett, president of Alachua
    Waste. I hesitantly said yes because l
    though I would get in trouble if I didnt."
    At 6:30 a.m.,the foreman assigned Karen a
    truck and started her on a work day that she
    said she will remember "vividly for the rest
    of her life.
    Karens co-workers, who liked the idea of
    have a female on the job but doubted she
    would last the whole day, were eager to ex explain
    plain explain her duties to her.
    The job seemed simple enough. When the
    truck stopped, each collector would take an
    enormous orange barrel, walk to a
    designated house and dump the trash from
    each container into the barrel. Then the col collectors
    lectors collectors would return to the truck with the

    heavy loads.
    And the loads were heavy. Karen, who
    considers herself strong, had to use the
    weight of all her 5 feet 10 inches to lift the
    barrels. At the end of the day, her Ixxlv was
    covered with black bruises that people oohcd
    and aahed at for weeks to come.
    As the day continued, September rains ad added
    ded added to the- miseries of the jol).
    For example, several times Karen picked
    up wet paper bags from the top without
    thinking and would up with trash, maggots
    and cockroaches scattered on the street.

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    |x>ssibly. im|x>ssibly.
    B\ noon Karen was exhausted, thirstv and
    filths but she dared not complain for fear of
    embarrassment.
    "1 kept thinking that we would stop for
    lunch, but we never did. Karen said. "I was
    almost fainting because I was so thirstv. 1
    also had to use the bathroom, but I wouldnt
    ask lx-cause I didnt want to seem feeble."
    At 2:30 Karen completer! her eighth hour
    of wa>rk and figured her first day in garbage
    was over. But 3 and 4 p.m. passed with still

    no talk of quitting.
    Karen was able to quench her thirst by us using
    ing using home owners hoses, usually near the
    trash cans. As for her hunger, one collec collector
    tor collector found a package of cookies from the trash
    to snack on. He shared with the rest of the
    crew, but Karen gracefully said no thanks.
    The men salvaged not only food but
    anything of use from the garbage.
    On the first day they saved me books, per perfume,
    fume, perfume, jewelry and a whole bag of things,
    Karen said. They also saved things for their
    families, like toys for their children.
    At 5 p.m. the driver told Karen that so someone
    meone someone from the company was coming to
    pick her up. He explained that it would be
    several hours before they finished the route
    lx-cause the rain slowed them down.
    After ten hours Karen more than welcom welcomed
    ed welcomed this news, but to her amazement no one
    came to get her.
    It was pitch dark and raining, and I kept
    waiting, she said, "but no one came to
    rescue me. She ended up riding the rest of
    the route.
    At 9 p.m., after working more than 14
    hours, Karen had proven herself to her fellow
    collectors and her employers even though
    she had had no intentions "I was really surprised, said Bennett, her
    boss. "She did as gtxxl as any man on the job.
    I had no idea that she would even make it the
    first day. Every man out there said he would
    like to have her with him because she does
    not hold back the route.
    Karen continued to work the route for
    about throe w-eoks, twice a week. She finallv
    gave up her job to a family man who she
    thought needed work more than she did.
    But Karen is still working for Alachua
    Waste in planning, the work she wanted in
    the lirst |>lace. And she is still putting in time
    as a collector every now and then. Karen
    said she wants to go on each route at least
    once to help her learn the basics about her
    field.
    I was pretty sore after that first night.
    she said, but I tried not to show it. I acted
    like it was nothing. Even though I was sore,
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    ttudwntt or family, torgw yard, window air
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    Sports briefs

    Intramural department
    to hold officials clinic
    Two separate clinics for basketball and
    volleyball officials will be held in room 235
    Little Hall today. The basketball session will
    begin at 4:00 p.m followed by volleyball at
    5:00 p.m.
    Season pass holders
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    cards for another one, gcxxl for the
    remainder of the season. These cards may be
    exchanged at the main ticket office in the
    stadium Monday through Friday, from 8:30
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    basketball tournament are now on sale at the
    athletic ticket office. The tournament will In*
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    mingham Birmingham Coliseum, Birmingham. Ala. The
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    include all nine games of the tournament.
    There are no individual game tickets
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    o|*-n tryout sessions texlay through Jan. I I at
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    Crippled UF wrestlers
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    By Steve Gomez
    Alligator Staff Writer
    With half the regular starting lineup out of
    action, UFs wrestling team fell victim to a
    powerful University of Northern lowa team
    22-14 Saturday night in Florida Gym.
    Northern lowa, the top-ranked NCAA Div.
    II team, won five of the 10 matches and split
    another. The outcome of the match was not
    decided, however, until the concluding
    heavyweight hout that paired UF's 185-
    pound Pete Silva against Northern low.i's
    285-pound Kirt Brain. Surprisingly, Silva
    held his own with the lumbering Braby.
    spurred on by the cheers of partisan Gator
    fans, until Brabv finally pinned him with
    2:37 left in the final period.
    Silva substituted for the Gator's regular
    heavyweight Brian Gaffney, who was out
    with a minor injury. Joining Gaffney on the
    injured list were Harrv Barnabae and Mike
    Picozzi. Freshmen starters Chris Leichtweis
    and Mike Giustizia left for their New York
    homes late last week and have not returned.
    Despite the fact that half his regular squad
    was missing, UF head coach Gary Schneider
    felt frustrated with the team's performance.
    "We have never won the first match after
    Christmas break since I can remember,"
    Schneider said. Poor health, injuries and a
    rigorous Christmas road schedule were some

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    of the problems Schneider said contributed
    to the Gators floor performance following
    the break.
    Schneider did point out the performance's
    of Ed Fiorvanti, John Orr and Bill Teutsch as
    bright spmts. Fiorvanti, wrestling at 134-
    pounds for the injured Barnabae. took a 13-7
    decision over Northern lowa's Jeff Melvin.
    Orrs performance was lalieled by
    Schneider as the best match of the evening.
    With the Gators trailing 16-8 in the match
    and three bouts remaining, Orr faced a must mustwin
    win mustwin situation against Northern lowas Joe
    Gormallv 6th ranked in the nation at I 77-
    pounds. Orr was up to the task, as he
    repeatedly frustrated Gormallv for a decisive
    3-2 win.
    John is not the most talented wrestler we
    have, but he just outsmarted and out outtoughed
    toughed outtoughed Gormallv, Schneider said.
    Following Orrs match, UFs 190-pound
    Teutsch also faced the same must-win
    situation against Northern lowa's Kirk
    Meyers the nations fifth-ranked wrestler
    at 190-jiounds. At the end of the first of three
    periods it appeared that Teutsch would
    disappoint the Gator crowd who sensed a
    team win. Fortunately, Teutsch snappied out
    of his first period slump and manhandled
    Meyers the rest of the way for an 11-6
    victory, which included two near falls for
    Teutsch.

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    . alligator, monday, |anuary 8, 1979

    weekend replay.

    Ray Graves steps aside as athletic director

    M IP
    RAY GRAVES FLASHES A VICTORY SIGN
    ... he was 70-31-4 os head coach at UF

    Super match;
    Dallas and
    Pittsburgh
    The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas
    Cowboys will meet Jan. 23, in Miami, to
    fight for a diamond ring svnonvmous with
    the world championship of professional
    football
    Pittsburgh router I the Houston (tilers 34*5
    on a ramv-slick field in Pittsburgh, while the
    Cowlmivs out-muselcd the Hams 28-0
    I he four-sear reunion of two teams who
    have won two Super Bovs I rings culminates

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    .. Cesare hit on only three of 11 shots

    Auburn outmuscles Gator cagers, 91 -86

    the longest football season in NFL histors
    Getting to Super Bowl XIII was a
    relatively eass task for the Steelers as thes
    broke the Cinderella dreams of the Houston
    Oilers w ith a I 7 point flurrs at the end of the
    first half.
    Ihe flurrs lastinl .ill of 48 seconds as the
    Steelers took advantage of two Houston
    turnovers.
    At the other end of the countrs Dallas and
    I-os Angeles fought to a scoreless first half as
    Ham running back John Cappeletti left the
    dogfight with a separatedshouhler.
    Dallas score*! firs! after Ham quarterback
    Pat Haden passed to Dallas defensive back
    Charlie Waters. lons Dorset! scored three
    plass later lor the Cowbovs.
    The Hams' trouble didn't end there as the
    (.owboss shattered not mils D>s Angeles'
    Sii|M-r Howl aspirations but also linden's
    thumb.

    By David Futch
    Alligator Staff Writer
    In celebrating his 60th birth*lay' last week. Has Graves
    gave himself a present the honor of Ijccoming the first
    athletic-director emeritus at UF
    After 19 years of service to UF as head football coach ami
    athletic director. Has Graves is making a lateral transition
    w ithin the athletic department.
    According to IT Public Information Director Hugh
    (.unningham. the move is considered a lateral transition
    liecause as athletic director emeritus, Craves will function in
    much the same capacits as President Emeritus J. Wavne
    Reitz,
    As president emeritus, Beit/ serves as a fund raiser calling
    on corporations lor support of research projects as well as
    edncatumal grants
    As athletic director emeritus, .effective Vlas I 1979,
    (.rases will la- a fund raiser and special counsel to President
    Hubert Marston regarding promotion and funding of
    women's athletics.
    The agreement lietwecn Marston and Graves calls for
    (.raves to work witfi tfie Office ol Development and Alumni
    Affairs and the UF Foundation in private fund raising efforts
    for th<- overall athletic program at UF.
    According to lasi Thursdav's agreement. Graves w ill also
    work with the Alumni Association in public relations with
    individual alumni and local clubs.
    The more than 19 sears that I have spent at the
    Unisersits of Florida have Ixx'ii the most fruitful and en enjoyable
    joyable enjoyable sears of ms life and I look forward with great en enthusiasm
    thusiasm enthusiasm ti continue serving the university, Graves said.

    By Ralph Diaz
    Alligator Staff Writer
    Auhum University gave the UK basketball team .1 lesson
    on playing basie, fundamental basketball during the
    weekend The Tigers demonstrated Saturday it is easier to
    score from the inside than the outside in handing the Gators
    then lirst Southeastern Conference loss, a 'tl-Sfi setback at
    Auburn's Memor lal ( ailtsrum.
    Despite hot shooting from guards Mark Ciomlretti, Hie
    Clarson and Jimmy C.gtton, the Gators found the outside
    | Joints were not enough The Tigers choked the Gators where
    it counts the insidt game and thoroughly abused UK
    forwards Malcolm Cesare. Maurice McDaniel and Jerry
    Bellamy Center Reggie Hannah couldnt stop the Tiger
    charge either as the( iators fell to 6-4 I I in the SKC.
    Auburn s big men dominated the game. Center Bobby Cal Callage
    lage Callage and forwards Karl Banks and Rich Valavieius scored
    with ease under the boards and then stiflisl the Gators
    whenever they trail to work the ball inside.
    I hey were getting the hall to their big guy s down low
    Cesare said "They |>owcred inside r~. that was the big reason
    whv we lost. We scored mostly from the outside and those
    arent the letter type of shots to make.
    The Gators discovered earlv that things were not going to
    lie as easy as they were in Wctlnt*sday night's upsrt win over
    the University of Kentucky. The Wildcats tried to strike from
    the outsiile while the Gators controllisl the inside Auburn
    put the Gators in reverse*.
    The Tigers got 60 points from their big men while the
    Gators managed only 34. Banks scored 23 points ami C'-at-

    Lady Gators
    finish third
    at Classic
    The Lady Gator basketball team overcame
    a 76-66 first-round loss to Vanderbilt
    University to win tlie consolation bracket,
    and third place, of the Duly Bulldog Classic
    held in Starkes ille. Miss, during the
    weekend.
    Seven Kegion 111 teams compchxi in the
    two-das long event, which first pitted the
    Lads Gators against a strong Vanderbilt
    defense. Despite the opening round loss, the
    UF women went on to defeat the University

    Since Graves resigned his post Thursday, the search for a
    new athletic director has remained in limbo.
    Rumors that Assistant Athletic Director Bill Carr will step
    in as interim head athletic director are false, according to
    Cunningham.
    Tin sure Carr will Ik* considered for the position, but
    until the search committee is formed and names are con considered,
    sidered, considered, the matter is still up in the air, Cunningham said.
    Since Marston was in Washington, D.C. over the weekend.
    Cunningham said members of the search committee have
    not lieeiv named, and will not he, until Marston confers with
    representatives of the athletic association, alumni associa association.
    tion. association. faculty and the student body president.
    "One or two members of the committee that recom recommended
    mended recommended Coach Pell will be on this committee, but whoever
    the new members are, they have until May 1 to make a
    decision. ('unningham said.
    According to Cunningham, virtually every sports program
    at UF is making a transition, except maybe mens basketball
    .uid wrestling, and Graves felt he could better serve UF as an
    administrative aide.
    Graves switch to the emeritus post will allow him to
    concentrate on the problems of increasing demands bv
    womens athletics and the rising cost of athletic programs
    enlist'd by inflation, Cunningham said.
    Graves served as head football coach for 10 seasons, 1960-
    09, and claims the distinction as the winningest coach in
    UFs history.
    His record of 70 w ins, 31 losses and 4 ties gave Graves a
    08.6 w inning percentage.

    of Georgia women 74-66 in the second game
    and Auburn University 68 -61 in the third
    contest.
    Vanderbilts defense hurt us a lot, Ladv
    Gator head coach Cathy Davis said. They
    (Vanderbilt) were well balanced, although
    they're not a big team. They can shoot from
    anywhere.
    The Lady Gators, whose 5-6 record faces
    another challenge against Florida State
    University Wednesday, compiled several
    outstanding individual player statistics,
    according to Davis. UF forward Quientellu
    Bonner let! the team in scoring with 51
    points in three games.while Doreen Landolfi,
    a sophomore guard.was close behind with a
    three-game sum of 50 points.
    Ihe University of Mississippi women,
    ranked I 7th in the nation, placet! first in the
    tournament lie defeating host Mississippi
    State University.

    tage collected 18. Guard Bubba Price led the Tigers with his
    game high 25 points.
    it ys.is an extremely disappointing game for Cesare. UKs
    leading scorer going into the game, with an almost 20
    I joints-per-game average, was held to just six points. Cesare
    hit. on only thru* of I I shots in wh.it UK head basketball
    coach John Lot/ labeled Cesare s worst game of the season.
    1 wasnt feeling real well, Cesare said. I felt a little
    sick Ihe team looks for me to score I guess it reallv w ( as
    my worst game of the year.
    McDaniel offerer I little help at the other forward spot as he
    chipfjcd in lor only six points before lx*ing sidelined with a
    l<*g problem. His replacement, Bellamy, scored seven points
    and I l.mnah added I 5.
    While Cesare was struggling with his worst game of the
    year. Giornbetti easily had his lx*st game. Giombettis play at
    [joint guard was a key factor in the win against Kentucky
    even though he failixl to score a point.
    Against Auburn, Giombettis long jumpers produced 22
    points. He missed his first three shots Ix-fore hitting four
    straight to lead the Gators in a first-half comeback. His 2Qs
    hx>t shot tin! the game a t 34-34. Clarson folowed with a
    driving lay-up with 31 seconds left in the half as the Gator?
    took their only lead of the game 36-34 at halftime.
    Clarson finished with 18 points and Mike Milligan and
    Cotton came off the bench to score eight ami four points,
    respectively. The UF guards more than carried their weight,
    outscoring Auburns guards by 21 points.
    UH assistant coach Ed Visscher probably summed up the
    garni* best. Were so good at the unexpected but not so good
    at the expected, Visscher said.



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2. alligator, monday, january 8, 1979 I laltt -UTIUITIOS -ontinuod rom page one bared dow I he woprv, iuii s o hs ishim "ild sa ( '-i 111st 1at1(d $2. 9 1111 hm i, lhi ll, va r% .stpp ort vr% th e pc )r (p ) s,. Ih~t% c .imici "i t O r busmwmr atithe ic K gs-its mvctmt i ih, t i it >f.(C), rtnt ral F rm Ida ilk ( )r.I) h>(ii (111 1)1 II I.\ ,State I'it\. v-rsit\ S\stem (l (:h ~ h o r F 'I if e lth F1 r111 s 11ti t n-r l i 11 gtho, I gIi I IsIIm h. 114. 1 f V' it K II. .NA wII i I )( 1 o '1111Id A 1s111 1 s % ,1 1.1 I i f I :tiamfain ciirrent ttuin chairvvs .York %.i] he might Ima la t ti-o i i slo o "I roih State 'lner itsa d 1-1m (1.1 V\M th'two ldfs Amlent% tak mg b Iw n i md 1 i7 how o p.,% t la i).1yd on the ctirrent (w t40 %cm dd'I mi m ic B11111d IIIm w afmop\ WVfdilevdia m1 ht lt B F BomidIt q d I I r I It I I r e m w N .I -t sI I tI t '-, I s .I I I Iw Is) I I I( b x. I I t t rdI I; rh l I -ers g I4 r r i I Ie ~ r lidanislaughter and Leonard was svbeduled for release i Febrar% for drivmiig with a suspended (icense and using an automobile without the owner's consent The pair fled the Kershiw Ciunt i.i in South Caronlia New Year's Eve in a 1970Maihbu. P('hcf follid the MWhbtl abandoned Imit a itH.vle shopping center.t where' G(ih b(iand -ionard alleged ( ibiurted Bullard mIl (is 1978 Linc(rn town car and drovl him to Vi mih(iti (Riiid iiar MI ioinopN About 200 fe t (rmn the riad, Bullard's killers emptied a .38 caixr shell fil() the back of the retired business executive's head. Billard. who rvp,rted1N came to Gamnesilie for it Coast i;ard Auxiiari melting hr Imi(sdtakenIx bliived was s<(IiI(iIth .( f (ri Wedilfsdavi % %as (mi d I ing fire up ili ablue<1-mm lesmrIsismi(thIi afterriiiin bvis a passing 1111 11 bId DLoth continued from page one Th'll 'I" vladialf. stu~hdv i Ss t r, wiltkh ()I her husband She iv iks bow tHwii iindclrgr )ad i 9(i4 wh)1 IIitI, h It ( I rival I(:.bformni olg s Shic wciwmbi) s r" Hi stim mer (A 114 4. whcn Ith \ imit it t llgliage lstiti tv Nm aii r\ w sa 5tmihord tudalve stildf-n1t o-ming a p 4) lu te 5puth "")Il a'.Be" s as III,( s S "lic w il m Iiitis r tll i1()r las ..11ml Is lth t-nd i f Ithicsoni ci v, w rovigavcd. lit s -s '[ sa I(.I .'I ( m II K Ih a I if .g'I c hifr .-B', mnsicad (J thf.'A* h c rn-led bct .ms thc% %% (r Igctm g Ima rr I-,( '' ic I tim d III\ gr.id(p"'it a x ragc,'' %he hinghed A si-ar (ater, tIhew w miii.tried ( TIhi lived il )oia ia 'hehii i(s returned toI i u( b n1 1 Ii wh r) ths iith taught s)choi( (I 1971 thf. (rI Mo\'fd ti)( ;ainvesulc Normaii Frs p ned thf, 'F F nghish department hw tltk Bcss Fr\ %,1( Alf.h -"was 111"t pla~l mk .wcilis w -i sh i if ifth t t i enti i iti r i / I m btIIi I I tt q I t I s -I I 1 1 it' I 'Ait 11 m 4 A Ii i h s ( -i ii iI t s
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alligator, monday, anury8, 1979, 3 Imbioi City officials review new arts festival site C:its C,( mi 1issirin)lrs i grtton eight are schedule to consider the Gaines lie Cmrrrmrmi1ts P1.1/, n'Id diw ntown area as iI Ialternat t site for the 1979 Spring Arts testials 'hich is hela iiual\ nii Northeast First Streut Tihe smmn ssion io n st riritd the It,. mii ger in I 'Decer tur F ii idIr I I ptmiusiiits i(J a nirS, itc I tFur ii'\pri '.\ri kc'm bi ISI ; Aid ch'""e ( N thrst First Street had cmph u(rn-f parkmi probl-ms I r rrrmmiissioners arr sifrd iled to r er t -it urn I FrIII Fthe iMrlm I itririnirig Mditorini ASFAC considers requests for $45,000 Hu A ctirit and Service Fe idSis sor Fmrtte rr I s irched d t o cmi ir s r r$45.000 in requests Frir student irrgarriations r student firs tonight, ASFAC(:' agenda mide.I$s a 25,000 re Fest from t i, (ator BanIi fir ni umform and instrunirrits. Th srs icr( Fraternits il fOnuron Drta Kappa A ill request $15.000 to fi I Idr a Il Iitrirta Iarts testis Iit Infn-d '( Cririttriiii AnI tIe recreat urn ii'partmrint wiI rer-ti-st $2t000ttii F ) iiririr' I)'1 mrtrnrrii Chairinanr PaiI \ ariis to hire sti.tt liff-guards hI irhas rein F i rce)l s ii 41iditit lack (Aifunds uhe cormii ttine tsat 7 W t mn irt illOleJ. Wk \ Ie HvIt/ Illmin Complaints curb frat auto crunching ritual R()rvd (J becr bashics. pmik ir .ds .md crowv hndii nlto phmill bkm ths, ll-mbl n l ( Thelfta C(l I rati tclfik dr\. ed i smliashllnf, nifw trnisri g r u brt fisIs Fir iis ush List 'Fri Fir run desis irF siis-iii.ii's AI iMorlFd s Ir stuiz i i m ri riis.I iii, I Iir.r I Fr(Itritiris gi' F I I i siif II t .\ -11 F Irwst 1() .4 1inst 'Ii i crs i Irriri imi uris i a jun k i i t1 1t ItL!ut FDart, irrii'i i iii nn I( hc Ir i I % FI irI .iiI it To"w ig (C"I lirt the rirsh ritirat .as tI t short bI a purin' fIw r. rr'sp t ur 1 ii ii,1 f ipl tsh m iirgi r iiitsi( f tir iritor-rirFs it it 10 Fr iit i s H N,.ThIt 'Chi IrisrIfn it Yvfi' I Simtjhs,1i T'Hr pis Ir I I ruFF I I iI I Fs F r ir'niisf'i.F s ipl it s -st piw(' nIItI suit 'it reaIhiis siI'i trF rnss i itth ir arlew tim s'' Education dean says Time's ad 'one sided By Amy F.dr Alligator Staff Writer (F rT.u ininstrrrtors agrl' I rient adiir'nt II tgmraga/ii rating id pI < IIFrued iran sstfr'mr wswis miiniided aitii gh strong sierstatvd.a. iii icia Firirirrirt hadrn girriri siriir \ i i l ) it \ sIs srs (Ill sun Ii S s Fiier'i Fri u \"N()( at t i K rrrr r htt W 1ii1,1111 Fr F iii ci uns Fr unts is i F i itit/IIIc% 111s I siit s lit-,I\" is iu i/ n itsriii i ii Ft ir ii Fr Firs pr u rf.s)1 t.s1u1)t11)\ .11d I F iii I dsiiiis is 0tissIf-(IrrI Lr TI )AIII ,,I "i i ii tn ( I Iii Ii 'ItI. 1 1 ,1 1 1 (I II. t.r III(I I II r 1 1 F(kat)nu I Crn I-sr)run'-r Fin.i1ihi Tiiringto1Fis 1inabastedOw h'w ss milent .s mnacu trate '" Bt Carl BredahlI iit Apresient (If the trirted Facults tf Firrida. saud ''win I Fms1 ir wdr '-.t F irirIdi 4iiith I miiv 'rs dutii ritigins F wurrrid i~n' ii sun the. Adis I( iiiriti' -H IlaFurs i n d attfIrIII)t o) ii irnrtiring tit i n a eii taiirg rirriit liir slurs'' Firrdtitt sa idF J ilti ard's drr, t t it iii (A ""r it 'i it Fon ( ndit iris Ii "Irrida Bio-d l %a dheharslin o (f Itw a. Inmt Fir' First enogihii itriembarrass tht state iIII I (rriFig pbit II rofI ,ni uItl i) inipro-sing "t ti e -.hat tt ii I (se .lT \ it c Prvsaid t f 14r A c.idt-tim W is Hbrt Br.m s the ral prtk bhIt iiriigi'sr ii ii' F iir' Ii t l it is\.IhO tu Hrns Iimk iss, w' Fti -0.4h' ifii ia ls itr not t i. i 's to r rrs III i .i turn it's ithc" Firis/ 55vIt() m mot is1tt111Q ""r t I iiir'' " "" u ""I, "t J 1 itn s i (rlun F F' F in s iii's F irs Iirs Ili smrdi People from all walks of life need you. Volunteer for one of SAMSON's fourteen service-learning programs and feel the warmth of their smiles. Volunteer for SAMSON. For them for you. Volunteer Recruitment & Orientation Meeting TOMORROW, JAN.9 7:30 p.m. Carleton Auditorium TAKE A WAND, q MAKFA FRIEND! SAMSON now Son .A XX ftft .m M N ag M.w 1/2 PRICE SALE Corduroy Suits Reg. $125 .$62.50 Long Sleeve Shirts.o.1/2 Price (NYLON & KNIT) UP TO $22 value All Sweaters .1/2 Price All Outerwear Jackets. 1/2 Price 1 GROUPOF Pierre Cardin Shoes & Shirts. .. 1/2 Price Men's Ties Up To $13.50 Value. $2.99 Clark's Wallabees Reg. $54-$56 Now $42.99 -LADIESGROUP OF SPORTSWEAR & DRESSES 1/3 TO 1/2 OFF Otag 'n 4:crag 1620 West University Avenue University Plaza You Can Help Recycle Sight North Florida Lions Eye Bank Call392-3135 ToHe*bpIs~bLove I

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4. alligator, monday, january 8, 1979 mondiylcapsule Cambodian capital falls to Vietnamese rebels BANGKOK, THAILAND (UPI -Pro-Vietnamew rebels captured Phnom Penh Sunday at the end it a two-week blitzkrieg invasion and stepped up their drive to conquer all of Cambodia, Rebel Radio and Radio Hanoi reported. China, caught off guard by the suddenness of the victorv. condemned Vietnam's atterript to "annex Gambxha and establish a colonial empire." "Our red flag with five yellow towers > Aingkor Wat) is fluttering in Phnon Penh," the insurgents' clandestine radio station said in a broadcast monitored in Bangkok It flew over the Phnom, a temple-toppei hill in the i-inter of the city The station said the invasion fortes pushed into thi' capital. "annihilating or disintegrating the main force divisions of the (Khmer Riuge) army and smashing the outer defense ring (if the enemv." Racing through the city. "this captured inpirtant positions of the enemy t i ZZrI Sun II I I is *---------------56c OFF ANY PIZZA: Good I I .I 1 Mon. & Tues. *****BEER AVA ILABLE Open at 11:00a.m. For Fast Delivery Campus and Westssde 4 4000N.W. 39th Rd. 378-2415 Void on 8'"and al other offers Formerly Original Pizzaman SOFT LENSES $95 Sterilization Kit. $25 Fitting Fees. .$75 lenses by Naturvue Mi I 4hoppor Optical, Inc. 2516 NW 43rd St. 37S -I I AP I ff600c) 4 4Ito Po-r

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alligator, monday, january, 1979, 5 swim w SWEATS WOOM4I I TURULNECX ~96 I I I WLLOFIL I LOO'E8 '1gaTI AND TRAIL CEI5IER j ) L)UEWAVE. 37-955 ,V2A9 Deport threat to Iranian students has little effect at UF, official says Sy e1 Spistei Alligator Staff Writer Carter administration threats to deport foreign students taking part in illegal violence in the United States will have only a slight effect at UF. a foreign student advisor said. 'I'm not that concerned right now about these statements because In unsure what the nwan and I'm unsure of their legalitv as far as implementation." said Richard Downi', student affairs coordinator for the UF International Center "As far as I'm concerned right now nothing is ans different than it w.is before. and I don't know that it will be .(i ferent." One.Iranianstuident calletudeportation "just a gixi excuse to get sent back." Blixny anti-shah demionstrations b Iranianistudents Il Reverts Hills, Calif. Tiisdav prompted an order hi Preii dent Carter to Attories GeiraIl (;rifli Bill I rri is Iis i ble sitepsthe iverinn'rit iimig"t''ake. Bell isi"d Ill'us vir warning Thursdas .sis iiig I"%wis tiudymiiig r l-gil op tiots" that coild leadIt)i reiiatiiii of stiilintv Cis fur li Iraniais. Bell Ilsii said his res i-sw would I.imed at i'xpjlhng Ira nians ss t) no longer ire students if their visas havvexpird. even if the were not )oiicted of am wiirongdoing. The State lDepartnient estimates there' ire btwsei S -SO. and 60.0)0 Iranians in the United States with student %Ci. although man% are no longer I-lieved attending classes. "M guess as to what would happnii is that if these arrest people and checked their immigration status .ii find olit they were suppiised to he students andil they wrei't -he% would t deportabl." owii sil. 'But hat wol not strickls bl i-ii (f to the % mience the% would Inde' brtbl Threats of deortatoii hoh a different imianing toiaC for UF's approjiatel' 100 Iraniai students thaiIIn I the past. one Iranian student said Friday. "Right now most of the Persian kids are really concerned and would like to go home as soon as they can,' saidjavad Mohraz, a member of the Iranian Student Association 'Gettin deported is just a gooi excuse to get sent back "Jimmyi Carter. the FBI. the CIA. .they threatened kids for years. ..if vout demonstrate. we'll deport'vou. If yuIt w t back Cuit faced the shah and political imprisinment These davs things are different --ieverhs is gettmg read iti goi hiiiie iiid CC i'rthrow the shah." Moira/ said Twelvemonths if strik's, deniinstratii and lulxxlsli'il which claimed more than 2.000t -IC's m Irain also have had at uIffect ii stiide ts i tti'iinmg suhiil iiiit oii t h(J ciituntr Beies wrri ng iabouit their ilulies. Mobr, v.id tIdents cannIIt gil m IrmiII wIiIiiii' t ors tI thir vlhoiniiig. ''Itiglt no%%i thiru'Irc mit it mI10 deficii'm s iII the en haige bimk "ii' "'ra/'sau"l""I'fa il toii' ''iiitits" kiids mon ii,' s ilChC to fill ilut all viirtv )Iif ppbiatiom a i (al harill get enoi gh inis I had toi Ibirrow monenrs Iom Irnd1 ii Giunesville ii git through Mfl hraz( d(. rild ithc itiatii m ill ..iiv'the valim' t thing C)i 'e on TV ()r it the piiprs. "'i'ridas ill different trita i pi1'ple go i the streets 11d dIiimoistrate agiinst thtgiii'irminit -studeits, hittli kids. adults i"Mlrir Csald. ToiMolur it bii Chuiilent RBi C rli hills demoistration is .il' ixteisiisi utwhat h fellows ci tr m Ciii art' fighting for "Tllehieniistri oni m Bever vHills wasn't against Anerica -it wkiis agiiinst ti Shah and his fariily," Mobrzat said "ii Shah has ripd ff muir families and ot families isealth mid killed pitical prisoners. Anyivd participating i demonstrations had great anger it thein," Mobra/ said. tciii ) l i ineof their faiiili Ia% Imeen killed by the scret pice" 308 J.W. Reitz Union 392-1633 my VIckIWelowskI Alligator Stf Writer While Iranian troops fired into crowds calling for hi' death of the shah, UF students and factilty expressed little faith in the survival of the shah's newhandpicked civilian government. "I think there is ai lot of doibt whether this governinn'iit can survive, since it is so clos'l' tied to tie shah," UF philosophy Professor Roert D'Anico said Sunday. D'Anmico, facultyi adviser to the UF chapter of the Iranian Student AssiiciatiOn, said the shah still has enough support in the nititarv toprolong the struggle. UF tlistory Professior David Chalmers agreed. "We don't know anything about the raw government ior even if it is a inew governmentt" Chalmers said. Chalmers said the crucial issii is whether the UiUte what's happenlug Get to kiio that data bank in vour f tur the Cener for Inforimation Research i s sosiring a li'turvi'i "C()Wtntion for Ljmited Comnputer Netw()rk Resources.tolai .t 3:40 in ruiim 212 of WeilHall. It's i'iiogh toiiku' Cuir sicondiictors bIiCl Discover wshat tailisuiir lbuilii' fucliiiui, at either frti \utiral Health l-itiire, sisoredi Dr Natuiral hiusill Iical chiropractor Ste'en Sihargel. tonight at 7. at I 40i NW Sixth St. Bring our falrit' rgaii aloiny fur 'a night i( n 111d itiivIe ne al attitude \id ithir events Film moguls The Stci'tN ii Black Stiud'nt tEngine'r% ients Jan. 8-10 10 a.m. -4 p.m. States allows its stiupprt for Iran to heI citinii igent i the ciintinuing rule i the shah. "One hiipes that the United States iluesn't have a moral stake ini a government that tortures its people'' Chahimers said. t'Aiicio voiced iiic nirn ivir Iti piussibility of U.S. ilitervention i Irain triproti'ct Aierican oil interests. "I certainly think its soiething the U.S would consider or has contingency plains for. It wouli bx munch itiore clearly an invasion than in Vietnaim, but there are plenty if excuses the U.S. ciuild use to intervene, D'A icm said. UF lass' student Brv'on ownend disagreed, saying "-I think it would be hard for the U .S. to intervene I catise' if the tiitter nehory of Vitnami. "But anther war wuild ei a hard ricei CCC' p fIr otr ipathv. he added. tonight at 7r m iiii 322 Weil Hall to-a'IC moC iand iistiss their tA'nned tritp to Atlanta. A chip off the old circuit: h'le Assiiciatiin for CImtut itimg aching iv I inisoring Clii iniersiit titiiig anIiiutiri tonight it 7 ii r nxmi 334 Wel hall. KnithtHutbmrd IAthi Milliken rlcp. willvsp'ak nii tu')txtiles and cii m pl u1tr. Disco clucks: Tn'he iiultr Si 'ient-c Cliiiuits tmright at 7 at the Puiilt r Science DNiarf niit iiffii'i' Life on the high seas: fi Gator Sall Clui iet tioiglit at 7:30 in runum 331 of the i JWa'nie heitz Union. Honorably healthy: Eta Sigima Gaiima Natinal Health lionorarN mrgai/ati mii et-Cis tonight at 7:30 o im rlxinii lB if the Um1101. Bouncing balls: Thelu tCiiri Iv D)piartini ii vpi i'olue alliindImsketkiil 'l CC'tohi ms i umnm'23S itli. Hall. Basketbll Iis at 4 p m ndi i ei b l t51m Reveal your most heartfelt Ignorance: Dni-'t fw a l iirevert StoC iby' the iniriationi tal' Insored1) \ Oth National Organi/ation liir WVmenit toda and dhi4siC roum 9:30 atim.t()3 1.Imu.()I n the m i C lIoiI;ilnd U I ~mmhIuaah Instruments Lemon. Repair 505 NW 13th ST 373-6396 UF profs predict shaky shah regime The Panhellenic Council Announces Winter Rush Sign-ups ......-.---.-------------------* ---I

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6, allgOtor, monday, ianuory 8, 1979 editoraJ oinons Justice rtat hvo ff ore~: ta rt flr liafa ft-. : i ti l i atit -ii t h t loith pif 1: l a:( ttA -a a \ad af aitrit aa ia -a t ht:I h tl:lu t at 1: a a r fi a a ai a a I: -l i l-a lt a i ItrAIl: (f ifL i a: r ill it-t rs atdat f athe brataII ta a fat ( I at all ar ti-It ffil a l ftit aI t I\ l IIrtl i r t I:I fa h I Itra I Ift-a at a f 2 -it tafaf iaf l I I-( t I IItaI tl I I itIt a IaItacII flail mI :f.II tV : : iatI-ta tanI:I : i I af tat I i III III i I : -ai l:: aI : I-ila-faa la l it-a-:r f ft iaa f a-tat -ta iin W i sL t atr I 1r 1 a i at iIaI'I-'hb a I st to I s i I (t ( I ,I I t I IIp t I r n m rk IIiv, h t 11s11( 1 ) i ito)r,. I rt., it < Ib-tr u II I u t I I( I st lf II I th 1( 1 ij r I Iigq I I n L mII I l I Iimi I isk I I Ithis si Ne is td h -plo sph n ptrkmiz rf, '"' "'""Ass str Nett: dosteta I" a yhI W ttaI aN y lae0rsto Dennis Kneole Edtor Melissa Wlims Managing Editor Paick Cronin News Editor Rober''R'vas News Edi or Daon Maors Assistant News Editor Barry Vlein Wire Editor Nacy Wllace Opinions Editor "orkJ "h s 'nIn 'de Editor MoN SithSpot io 'eeHerrin tayou'Edator Jon-Wooud Layout Editor CE Barbe GenerInager Franl tey AdvertsingP,,eto, Mrs Evelyn Best Administrator Anne Simpson Bookkeeper Guy Hudspeth Opertons Manager Amy Dryden Production Supervisor Donald Holbrook Production Supervisor Elaine Gtay Adaerig Assistanit Katt iaHunat Class edMaoget Ltye Ask CreditManager Harry Montevideo Accountant. Pubtashed by Campti o mmu(no1 ic11111atimis.hinc. P 0 Box 14257 University Statoon, Gainesvale Florida Offtie behind the College inn 1728 West Universty Ave Classified Advertsing 376-4446, etoi Display Advertising 376-4482, Newsroom 376-4458. Produtoa 373 9926. Business Office 376-4446 need to park Sc 11)1d, 1000 spaces i:re Aould b quickly ald quietly ralsr f i fr fatcultta wl staff. While parking fees for a-av a wat::% ill double, aI a rI\ I restricted fewa twillt be able to lakamaintage of these spaces. With the completion of the i ac a architecture complex, a th tart stu io atd the journalism < igt.surea the t1000spaceswA iII otgofar. Fu rthenrrt,, ho, m III UF mnsuret a tafort: a ear mortgage on -ihti dedicated to fossil fels at At$9,000 plor parking spd rtia frre tiotrmitories : iid ib t built to house 1000 people for i comparable i notnt. Some automobiles have beer housig tha people. If this l is allodi to proce d iunchalleii ged,It will be at-ars b-fore -se the bI rst brick laytd. Ns st ient r should let Sci. Pete Skinner, D-Lake Cit, a1d fap. Sida Martir:. D-Hawthorne, w -taho would be II strtmental atathen cessar\ legislation,know thatatwalking a ftp t is possibi no" and that $9 million could be much ta ictrspent. Ofar ( oIffi alsishouldi b p t on notice that they could soa t ratmportation problems b using systems available to all of us. If could cooperate with the bus istem fto a::t rage improIed sert ice, faculty and staff might not feel aIftgraded sharing taith ats this common situation. JosephKa a uf I aff tIal 4FA Goffman shouldn't be equated with God Editor: I am tar from being t aa advout Christian, however, I found the comt ents of Kevitanta i as in the story concernIng Ira ig J. Goffman appearing in the )an. 5 edition of The -lfigator heinous, offensive and needless. While Goffnan maiti faeedh e loved by Tf P awl Etmmas, it is superfluous in Ow Ivast and blasphemous at the most to equate Goffoman t aitf Gao. aebsters I ictionary defines blasphemy as: the act of insultig or showing lack of respect and reverence to God. The aof claiming the attributes of the diety. Perhpp aps comment such ats "Goffnan is as ia god to me (t)a" would have been more appropriate and less ridiculous. Proper respect of the Creator is, I believe, a minimal request for anvone Alfredo N. Lavzeuillia 2ACC j I 07-

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alligator, monday, january, 1979, 7 Men have different ways to win a woman After the rigors 1 4 the first wi(k if shxl .l ir 11r1% students fiiid It iiMst if their basic uiseils beii b.I -t sit v -th( I)(. mi )paim ii ship (A tit -sfupuissIte 'a'A fter that first this nId becmisim prmiti (I receives high pri( m llh siis Su i(' emlit. m usually resign hers iise t iir reject ad\i.' it flls s(n ith islde to milake a isorai bl' ipiirisaiii( i i sn ii te-'l tf )I choice,hence flith reed 1 rf ''th ipsro.iw h It Is interesting to obsrsv rfth-diffrniit -m S ur p irs ii urdr i t ssuirsi his iimost simghi ilt i ii lm 1iiiihip. ReensmbuIring hit hilel thr .it'is inm ap priches as there are ssiimin i is piissibl14 i guneirl s approaches is fallingi n i t ( ()fi it -hlh)ssliA ig )i (-N tiss ll ''I. MI .Richashit.' the tilacho Man''slmith 'StiArlbir' si .alls If i isiest to spot is ith ''I \1 RIliislit''This .itpproach mas takc ariosis sfIrms ( hii s m1x is pressing his chosen Imle iw s sithisislitim timisi sIt lateral giiiiis anl sAeaith. Tiss ilits msAsis tiki l ri, i autimobiles, trips to tirip ,dsigser ilsites. ip-iiisii aftershaves, heavv gold chaistc. In other instances ith 'I M uRichashit'' Ia it thrust his 'sualth out as Openis 'us \V' woUs 'sp it IIItihe
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, alligator, monday, january 8, 1979 es 0 0.-Starring ANNA MAGNANI ALDO FABRIZI Mon., 1/8 7:00p.m. & 9:30 p.m. GPA L007 BW 103 minutes Starring AnneBaxter Joseph Cotton 9 7&930Fpm Union Audiorium B&W 88minutes Backp -ing! JANI18.t.20 COST $14.00 includes all equipment except personal items. Registration starts today 1/8 ends 1 17. Come by Room 330 JWRU to sign up or call 392-1655 for more information. LIMITED SPACE SO HURRY! MANDATORY WORKSHOP 1/17 C (I.303 A V -,A A( T I () I A, .a iW i a -)(,I, ARC 101 ARC, 0 s .1 -00AST 101 Astr,,Iogy i. ......TH / J()VM AMC 10*Aut,c hav -I-0-pmAMC C10'A.o1A< -haA C 00-/ 0Apm AAC 10 3*Au t oMec han. W .001 00t-n AMC 104*Awto Mchan,, .TH 5 00-/ 00pm AGS 101A .ia uriCGround S I.,I W 1 40-11:0ipm SAL 101 Bal letII .A. .M 12 00-2pm SAL 101 Sal let I .M 2 30-43Opm SAL 103 al let I. .M 5 0000pm SAL 104 R. a lACe ...m 7 30-9 ApmRAL 105 SalClet I. .T 12 00-2:00p. RAL 106 al3let I .C. T ", 00-7 OOpm RAL 107 Sal let ..T :30-9 30Mp AL 108+BalletI I. I. AT I 00-5:00pm BAL 201 Sal let 1 1. .M M ) 00-.00pM BAL 202 Sal le t 11 ..T 5:00-1:00pm SAL 203 Ba l let It ....TM 2:30-4:30pm BAL 353 B.al let III. .5:00-7:00p BAT 101 Sarteniding I (', .%) .M 7 30-1 00wi BIT 102 Bartending 1 (5 .&,)0.C.F 7:30-9 o0p,, BAK 101 Batik I .TH 7:30-9:30p BAN 101 ellydancing i ..A7-30-9-30po BON 102 S ellydancinq I .W 7:30-9:30 BAN 103 BeIlydancing I .A. TH S:00-A 7:00po BN 201 Bellydancing 1 A .I 5:00-7:00p BON 202 BeIlydanciN 1C.1. TH 30-9: 30pm BIC 101 c y( Ir Mait en-A CI. W :00-;:Cipm OWL 101 Bowling I .M 5:00-7:0 pm BW 201 Bow ing SO 15.1M 5: .-7:00pm BBP 101 BlueprInt/BrownrAnts .9:00:00a AG A10 Bridge I .A. .T 7:30-9:30pa CAL 101 Calligraphy I .T :1 30-9:30pm CIA 101 Ceramics I .M 5:00-7:00pm CA 102 Ceramics I I.7 9:00-11:004 CER 103 Ceramics I .T -I--30-1:-30P CA 104 Ceramics I .T 2:00-4:00pn CER 105 Ceramics I .T 5:00-7:00p. CERI IS Ceramics I.TA :30-9:310p CIA 107 Ceramic% IA. TH 9:00-11:00an CER 108 Ceramics I .TH 1 1:30-1:30po CA 109 Ceramics I .TH 2:00-4:00pm CEB ii Ceramics i .TH 5:00-7:00p CI A 201 Raku I .W 5:00-7:00pm CER 202 Raku iA A .ATH 7:30-9:30p CGB 01 ClassicaI GuitarI I A .5:00-7-PM CLW 101 Clowning fJgg J ngnI .-C.C.T 5:00-7:00p CFA 10I Conversational French I A. .TH 5:00-7:00p CSV 101 Craft S survey I .A. AM 5:30-7:00p DIC 101 DIAncerci s o --------500-700pa DIC 102 Dancercise I i .-. ---.-.W 5:00-7:00p. D 101 Darkroom I (Awks: 1/16-2/6)-.T 5:0-7:00p DE 102 Darkroom I (0bks: 2/A-3/6)A-T 5:30-7:00pm 00 201 Darkra m I I --.-.-.-.--.-.-.-.--.-TH 5: 30-7:00pa CM 101 Deaf Communication I -TA.CT7:30-9:30p OC 102 Deaf CommnicationI I--TA .S3:00-5:00p SSC 101 Disco I B. .CIOAA OSC 102 BIsco B------------ISC 103 Disco I--Ak.S-.B.I 7:309:30pa OS 144 11c ......T 6: 3ll 0pm OSC 105DiscoI I.-.------.T T :-B:30pm OC 107B1sco I-.--TA 6:-S-S30pa BC 10l Also I .---7:30-9:30pm OU 201 Olla o11 .-.-----------.W 7 -9:30ps WB ISA Bisco1 Ii--.-.-.-.-.---TA N7:A-9:A ONABFOB ISWObedience-.-.-.-.---A-7-9 O 101 raAineI .-. I-.-A.7: 30-9:OPE INi k~f T OR', L-1w" ().Ir fu TBA Ld .i C h, a Steve Uphof f S Ieve Uphcof f I eve Uphof f Steve Uphof f Maur I( rSlander &.nn, eRolI I nq % Ka Ihy L i nqc, Nor3ma ,Her I n Ka t Ahy AIIngW Ka ihy L inqto BonnS. SC A 01g. Norman Herr -ng Pam mccurmici,, %tdr flradbuir y IRA Kathyti ngo Kathyt IRgoA Bob [koureIt I r Bob Doucette Marilyn Wall Phaedra Randa Phaedr a Rtanda Phaedra Steve Rosenau Carl Stockton Mike Pava Denise Frank Josh Feldste in Marcia lareltt Nancy frnsminger Dot Sterling Dot Sterl ing Dot SterlIing Dot SterlIing Mario Petrorena Dot Sterliing Dot Sterling Dot Sterl ing Dot Sterling Mario Petrirena Mario Petr irena Charge Bush Dennis DorwAdy Miguel Rabay Kat Fitzpatrick onnie Broyles Donnie Broyles Russell Park% Russell Parks Russell iPar ks Mie low TiA TIA Skip Ila;ley Skip Siley V IC amm James Aoh lay 515 CA0 I' 515 $10 $10 SiC) I $10 510 $10 siW 51W 5sl 510 SIW 510 515 $15 $20 $20 S20 S20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $10 $2to $10 $215 $10 $10 $10 $10 $18 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 S TDA Y TI MI S INSTRUCTOR', STu N-5 7 1 S 'I-.A030pm T i -Pak $$10 $15 W 30C3.pS ShIe yA.osa SIC 0 SI ---T k, G-00-6:00pM Clark (dward,, '410 $ 1 R1 ....AT 10 00--12 00 CIar Idwaids S10 SI5 -k-l--01f ,I5R, I.30-1 pm JohnITCton S G $15 1T 1 R .I ....5:00-7:00p Im Chuck Holden $10 15 GTR 102 6ta I ...M 7:00-9:A0pm Chart ii Bush $10 $15 CIR 103 Gu tarI .I. T 5:DO-7: PO Mike Shapiro $ I $15 CI 104 Gu',tat ..W S.C-DO7:0 A Chuck Holden SIC $15 GT 10, Go'tar I I. ..TH 7:30-9:30p. Chartic eBush SIC $15 G T V 201 Gu ti IrII. T 7:00-9:00p Chart ie Bush $10 $15 GTR 202 Gu tar II A.A.B. W 5:00-7:00p B b Salmon $10 $15 GTR 203 Gu itar I I ..TH 5 00 7-Hoprn Bob Salmon $to $15 HWA 101 Hndwr f A ing Anlyss I .Th 7:30-9: 30P Rev Cannon $tI* $15* JID 10 Jazz Dance I. T 7:30-9:30pm Bonnie Broyles $10 SI JID 102 Jazz Dance i .W 7:30-9:30P Kathy tingo $10 Si J71) '0!1 Jazz Dance I I ..TH 12-00 2-Ape S Kathy L ingo SI $15 JIG 101 Jazz Gu'tar I A.A. M 5:00-7:00pm Charlie Bush I So $15 jcs ini Jewelry Cast nq I .M 7:30-9:30pm Sara-Mett Wood $18 $23 JtW0 J101 Aelry Construct ion I .M :30-3:30pm Sara-Kett Wood $18 $23 JOG 101 Joq qIInA .T 3:00-5:00po Kathy Lingo $10 $15 KUN 101 KundaInn YlaAI .T 7:30-9:30pm Sat Mitar KhalSa $I $15 KUN 102 K ndal. n Yoga I .TH 2:30-4:30pm Sat Mitar Khalsa $10 $15 MR 101 Macraw I I A /wk:1 1/17-2/7).W 1:30-3:30p Sara-iAett Wood $5 $10 MAR 101 Marquetry -VAn)rrA .Inlay T 1 .T :30-9:30pa Le Watts $18 $23 MSG 101 a age I ..M 5:00-7:00pm James Nelson $10 $15 MSG 102 Massage I ...M 7:30-9:30pm James Nelson $to $15 MSG 103 Masage ..T 5:00-7:A00pm James Nelson $I $15 M ST 101 Medtaton T-chniques I .A.AM 7:30-9:30p William Chase $10 $15 Mo 101 Modern Dance I .M 10:00-12:00 Carol Taylor $ 0 $15 MAN IC2 Mode rn Dance I. T 2:10-4:30pa Bonnie Rollings $10 $15 MS 103 odern Dance I .W 12:00-2:00po Bonnie Rollings $10 $15 MN 10 Modern Dance I. .W 5:00-7:00p Carol Taylor $10 Si MON 20A1odeirAn Dance 11. 3:00-5:00pm Star Bradbury $10 $15 MN A 202 Modern Dance .A TH 5:AA-A-:00pm Bonnie Rollings $10 $15 PT A 101 PA 'nt irg I .W 7:30-9:3Dm DenAise Frank CA $15 PAA 101 Peronal Energy Dynmic -A A95:01-7:00P William Chase $10 $15 PHT lot Photography I ..M 7:30-9:30pm Vicki Braun $10 $15 PAT 102 Photography I .T 7:30-9:30pa Denise Frank $10 $15 PHT 103 Photography I. .W 7:30-9:30P= Vicki Braun $ $A $15 PHT 104 Photography I .T 7:30-9:30p Denise Frank $10 $15 PSS 101 PhotosiAlkscreening I .TH 9:00-il:00am Denise Frank $I' $2C PBD 101 Pocket Billiard% i -. M 5:00-7:00p Jimy arris $i i PD 201 Pocket Billiards 11 .M 7:00-9:00pm Jimmy MArris $ $15 PSY 101 Psychocale thenics I ..M 2:30-4:30p Joe enderson $ i $15 CIA 101 Siddha Yoga Meditat n in.T 2:0-4:30p Don Rosenberg $I0 $15 STG 101 Stained Glass I .W 5:30-7:00pm Cathy Gillet $20 $25 TTN 101 Table Tennis I .M 5:A-7:00 .Shellie Gainesburg $10 $15 TTN 201 Table Tennis 11 .W 5:00-:00p Ha Chi DAo $10 $15 TCH 101 T'ai ChiAI .S3:00-5:00p. Paul Campbell $C $15 TRT 101 Tarot i .M 7:30-9:30p. Flash Silvermoon $10 $15 TFA 101 Touch for HaIth .A 7:30-9:30pm James Nelson $10 $15 WVG 101 Weaving I (an loo-).-. 9:00-11:00a Sara-HattW ood $20 $25 WNAB 10 Wine Appreciation I (5 wks).TH 7:30-9:00p ob Doucette S520 WBA 201 Wine Appreciation 1 -.T 7:30-9:30pm Wade Tyler $ l $150 WCS 101 omen: Career Strategies i ...T 5:30-7:30P D iane Shepherd $10 $15 YRA 101 Yoga for Runners I -. M 5:00-7:00p PatLandis $10 $15 VFW 101 Yoga for WomA .T 10:00-12:00 Sherri Thornton $10 $15 YOG 10I YogaI.N 7:30-9:30pi Cindee Ingarden $10 $15 OG 102 ogaI. 7:3WS:Cp Star Bradbury $10 $15 ROG 10) Yoga I. 10:00-12:00 Sherri Thornton $10 $15 YOG B104AoeA I.W 5:00-7:00p Ciodee WeIgarden $10 $15 AWG 105YogaI.TA 5:00-7:0 SherrI Thornton $10 $15 TO& 106 Top I .TH 7:3 -9:30pn Sherri Thmmiton $10 $15 Ag I201 --oA .T 5:00-7:00pm Sherie Friedlander $10 $15 ROG Al op If. 7:3-W:30P Sherri Thornton $B A $15 *LA FEE BUE AT FIRST CLASS (SEE COUSE DESCRIPTION URSE CLA OFF CAMPUS 520 S2A CAT SAC SC 520 525 SIS 15 520 SIC SIC $15 SIC $25 SIC $2s $s $25 515 SS $25 $50 $25 515 $15 $15 515 $20 $15 $is $215 $23 $15 $55 $15 $IS $15 $15 $15 $25 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 -I I 1 0 S S 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 00 -ae d-1, .w -9g i1 t u s h r6 l ed nth. 1 00 -A. e re d .4 IIO ,t*,, k m "A, AMA" voo.44F. AJ; :1 !ATI! W T Df -;Pq"l ipt )Up DI st 0 1 pt I all% t lh .4d 11 11 1 1 11 L I.M 97

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alligator, monday, january 8, 1979, 9 I _____________F PAUL GERNI IN EXHIBITION rRFE TO PUBLIC ldoy 7 30 p m WORLD TRICK AND FANCY SH I ST Ballroom JWRU ( FREE on all 21 Billiards tables FE' INSTRUCTION CLINIC CHALLENGE A WORLD CH A MPION BILLIN SPAUL GERNI Those with tables at 2 p.m. may continue play for free until 4 p.m. --4 -8:01r PM January 12 University Memorial Auditorium UF Students: FREE G.P. $3.00 Rsrainmay be mode at the J. Wayne Reitz Union Box Office 392V1 E~~ ,~1*(P JAN.28 8p.m. FLORII0 GYM Students FME G.P. t5M tkik.t m .a "be eo m y wiax O. .Meh3 Spnsoredbyte J.Wyne R.Cz UioanaStG P ilckes OWI'ibgt +,6* t.9 OMn -10 A u UhI .a ~* I~WAKENELS WOMEN -MEANS TAKE TIME OUT FOR THIS PROGRAM IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE. LEARN ABOUT: a SAFEGUARDING YOUR HOME SAD PERSONAL PROTECTION TRAVELING SECURELY BY CAR COMMUNITY AND CAMPUS SECURITY RESOURCES 0 PROCEDURES FOR VICTIMS COME ANI ANSWER SPEAKERS JOANNE F. DEMARK MARTHA VARNES SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIM ADVOCATE PROGRAM INVESTIGATOR OF UNIVERSITY PO CO-ORDINATOR OF THE CRIME PROVE 99 FETY D GET YOUR QUESTIONS ED BY PROFESSIONALS LICE DEPT. ENTION UNIT OFFICER FROM THE GAINESVILLE POLICE DEPT. J. WayneReitz Union.T.O.G.H.January8th.m y.lounge123:30p.m. Jan.12& .WR.U Ballixxn I I I

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alligator, monday, anuary 8, 1979, 11 Commissioner urges removal of citymanager By Cindy Lasseter A ,lgalor St off Writer (au nesv'ie City Manager B. Harold I t .uiuiuisnutglt.tm iu lils duties and spending too tichtuin it nitl tq i it( firtitces, City Commissioner Mark Goblst hilit t hirco's step in an admitted plan to forie Fairmer s (mster (;Ildstein blasted Farmer ini a letter List Wediiesdal, ti ordered him to begin the nes tear b brmiging t titcmitits sin proposals for improing the cit 'sstreets ieigliborhoods before the commission li hi rst-tern icommissioner explained Frtutu i that il .io ter is part of his escalating effort to get Farmer ired I plan to continue illustrating the ittade ii l ei, 1ii i li either commissioners in hopes that ti-hu s ill tsk flit li, resignation," Goldstein sail Commissioner (irs Junior hits asked I ( r r New airport terrr By Cindy Lasaeter Alligator Staff Writer 'he first departure froin(Xiess illes Joholii IR Allison Air It terminal is scheduled for 7 aum.t Iit imarking ti debut i) the world's largest entirely solar heated irprI('rtctirina its commissioners Wednesday had refused to illOil terminal to open today as scheduled unless the r f irst resok ed disputes over leases for the airlines. To avoid the delay, an emergency netmtig tas called Ior Friday, and the commission approved leases twith the thre irltnes that will operate in the $2.7 million terminal. Commissioners authorized leases for space Aith s i stern Airlines, Air Florida and the local Ciarter Air. Flastert,. Gainesville's major air carrier, agreed to pa mitore th. $40,000 a year for rental space. Air Florida will pay iore than $15.000i a tir,. atan Charter Air -the only carrier that has tiot signed ilede will be charged about $10,000 a sear for space. li dome is oh Ithmk m ch m ir iiijtiti'ii'i I"nb ho itii un ititl tutu tiaut iir mii n1 uu'n i ;ii sem itt b it h i i xit is iiptifi s oi 1 1 ei n er4tiI II k Ii -it a i i a s iigiiiiti 1411 sIIAI I t I I di i t lk II I i I t i' lt -I i ntu III11 iftI I% I I I b i ri i .uni t iiia tiuiif i s lir. thi ii' st,' -t ii m i it l tcil iii I I A s t I. 'it-I uiiu, g it '. r 1 ; ui i s iii .I tt it so I nal opened -1ns todayI \itAs)I It't i 11i'i is.u it pgelit,1 utic'm I tmlf-If i'IIit ml I ( )iIiII I I'r(Itiii itVI I1 I,1rI I'iwith .III(I f ,Ik i I Ikl i II IpIifu i i t IH I ( r -t t h a I -w I t -I IIh II I o ) Io i f I i i -m I I >\ ti e itatleuillie it iiar199r i i t\iiir im'siitii toil >e ,n m ( )f I I I ti w ]I I m I% t t its( f \ I ii I" si i i s f t r b,.mIhI( I i i e I .Ib ).Id r I S i (id r \te.a taaiiiliik tueii ur tirb fr o itiot t -ho A it'ls d .1 11c t i i tit(m. iutillto ill '1ir)ifl itt t i rc ,Is l atII t i A i t I is I n -I m, .mc u)I r Moist (fit, pu'r~iuuiuiiiuiuiutit~ibiti itduiugiit uiiiu \lt1 isughiuiari rm uiii10iuiis'i q i stiml ithnal opens today ThueiLgwvmcints \ it iFEastern.md Air Fhmrda arc 0sa \,\ s with It\, r \ ar renew al option% The cit\ii.ptishing or ,I lmlth to-m th lease with ( :barfvr Air %s) the Space (-.fi vas I I be made av i IitI)le if I I. Irgt-r (
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-uq 12. alligator, monday, jonuory 8, 1979 iide The lady is a garbage collector By Cindy Lumtor Alligator Staff Writer UT geography studieit Kariii Wenzel faileInto mnition that sti was a garbage collector when she told her father she was ws rking for a liiial waste company If tie shy )0bloic hal tokil her lather, h probably wmouldi have eien shocked justii s Karen's machismo ('i i-wiirkirs w ('rc onrlir first la on the joti last autumn. 'Whiaaat? a iad garbage wiork'r-" laugh(.(Iom. collector who hail mistaken Karen [or a secritar' Karen arri ed at Abwbhia Wastc at S I tmt hoping to get I position i() t m c ifi' th icks be-forc thc-, Icft t 1) 30 Smrpr-td at tht,presetice J I fm-ihc.the mnii athercd to (i4sti'n hcI Thc w I ricnisl h ut iispwiioiui w5 it'l she smd she wanto d to b'rcii's lhi -tor Ttu in w e her thait tht,-w ork is hard It(M) streni ousiiii 5 ir slmi' iia Ics bilt 'h w S de4termn cned to get iA ) v, with I ,wastv (,)Impal) and IhIS\was h cnik, poithollopen. 'I hef ignte ih w is 't p 'bwith itwis((<Iwiu.uis ui iere Iau Karen. mIii 'iMsiders hersIlf strong. lhi Iti uiis thc ssr'ght (A ali her 5 hit 10 m i th's itolilth barrels. At the end f thit\ las. iherlbuni wsas vverd ith bWack bruises th.0 pviople ohvd .111d aheda it i m'eks iuto c'' As the (Lo. cmitintied Septcmber ramns adlded to the nmiscr ws (A thc jtob. -'ir example, isisral t ims Kar'ii picked "p \w,(t paper b),g% f rom the hyp\% ithot thitiikiiig ui I suuiIliI t ip sw ith tr.h,ii.ggiits 1'11 1 c ckroachv s (rit thc %t rect Picking up t h mess mad ss ii g i 'leaiimB nunt Kuriii mas hausted, thirsts and filth-s ,hut she dared not cmipii in fur fear if imbarrassmenit 'I kept thinking lht h i' wsmuld stop fur himh, bi.ut e neser did.Karen sald. "I w as .ui fst painting iicause I wis so thirsty. I .11m) had to us the bathrxmi., bt I w ihnt isk l'uwcaus I didil 't ws nt to si bi St 2:30 Karen completed her 'ighth hour (A ws irk and figured her first da in garbage sswas oscr. But 3 and4 p.tm.issed"it h still no talk of quitting. Karen was able to quench her thirst by usitg home owners' hoses, usually near the trash cans. As for her hunger, one collettor found a package of cookies from the trash to snack on. tie shared with the rest of the crew,I ut Karen gracefully said "no thanks." The men salvaged not only fotxi but anything of use from the garbage. "On the first day they saved me books, perftiume, jewelr' and a whole bag of things," Karen said. "They also saved things for their families. like tos for their children." At 5 p.m. the driver told Karen that soiieone from the company was coming to pick her up. He explained that it would be several hours before these' finished the route because thi rain slowed them down. Altir te l'n hours Karen more than welonicd this nes. but to her amazement no one came to get her. "It was pitch dark and rainig, and I kept swaiting." she said, 'but no one came to rrsctiv mi.'' She ended up riding the rest of Ihe route \t 9 p m., aftirmiorking more than 14 homr s Kiriii had proven herself to er fellow (i iii-itors and her employers seven though slt hi ii had no intentionsi ii doing so. I' iws rialls surprised," said Bennett, her Is s "She did its gxxii as any nan'on the jot). I himl no idea that she would even make it the lrst da Eve'irs' man out there said he would hki to h'v her with him because she does it l hold back the rout-." Karen conttiied to womrk the roiite for l three meks. twice a eek. She finally up hsr jib o a hamiily' m mlian ihO she h' iigLit neededi mork more at shi did. it Kiar'ii is still s'orking for Alachua is' -in p planning, the work shii mau-nted in I rst place. And she is still putting in time A Collector ever now and then. Karen I she wants to go on each route at least ii to help her learn the basics about her I d. Iusas pretty sur after that first iiight,' 01suit. ''hut I tried not to show it. I acted Sit was thing. Even though I was sore. htrd mwiirk madi m bii li gumust t1d I hM(idia lot about n' field." I

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alligator, monday, Jonuary 8, 1979, 13 0 o OCatch cablegator classifieds alliig tor elRssifie46 on Cabecane 7:30 am., 1:30, 5:30, 7:30 pm. FORSALF FOR SALE FOR SALE ROOMMATE ROOMMATE ROOMMATE 0GcoN f t4.W 72&5 .A.p A3N53.5.W835IC45 p-r1.b13 1*rec q 14., -&,eA,-b .ras M, v OW 5ony .Open1. 375363WUM O P(344-) atn ma.de.6-3.46.-ckme to ied Coil3 "reabonab, 9.5 r.sep d I W/4 r72.052priceg9b"W 16(1-9-5-) DESKwith he. 1.diwes.r. .d oir. he k,nd your -dv ho4 p4ch. i .tbe.ind, $S 374562 kp W ryinwg, b6w 6w 106 12pm 13 h(1-10.5.0) 35mm CAMRA Konica T3 Auto refels with 5mmH. Is 4m on. d come W3.d33. 90 d "'l tM00V47(-1 --P-Wls~8,I, 3&WW3.g.5,,fo lockmsor.Wil i emkauto gi o *01. auto stop. moca ned 3774 asking$75 (14-2-o) APAMT~-SIZE WIGERA75 3.2wit #MO' lop. S bewhootoal s 7-om or 403530w.at M72296(1-&2 -a MU-TRO PHA$0 411-6 mceld. 0collnm condition 5 Coll Sco. 375-3066 bet.n 5nd 7 or fteri pm ( 1 SOOK CASE. 6 fes33 inchess 1200 ED single,counple.5tlMO377 2615 (1 16-8-o) -~ m The following divisions of NITED TEiOLG e Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Group e Norden Systems e United Space Boosters, Inc. will be ON CAMPUS JANUARY 18, 19 toblntrvcinimdoldate for atractve oppot"ues in !M TECHNOLOGY Consult your Placement Office for sign-up information and degree/field of study requIrements A. as. f pW S UWVI-lb Flush. og rug. GW.Wma now 'r, I 2t2, 363' Wo.o.''W'-d'. 1 sh-wo -.o0 5o-3) 7)p 2bdr 2bh 6 odow c1 3 3r(nt 02 0+. 5-) /30lne own bad call 37S-73M (1-10 if y3u mend4Sound in your car Car S$woo brands & quality insi3.112,335) 3pen10.7 on 1022onSol2201rw13&1 37"192 (2 Pointers p p. Comfortable clothes WS uno e ( 2 a Con" afford anwcrsio lbymn one yt, old poee runer fouynds, grel "ca)")b 375.24f66(1103o) FOR RENT' OCEANFWONT FOR RENT V5ono Bch o5 August-me 2 new 261 AF3815 Go4und floor S20/wk,6 5,330,0 Neg,,f I or.st 1 824-4677 onyl.me (1 8 5b) unfurnished apartment 16500X)304 noov 5 floor we anytime after five pm key around 1ornr. 1532 nw 3 a.) 116-10-b) furnished foornit k achon prievileges 373 "_87 lom fr.loo om.o6.ohall.3W272 0067s "haracte*'rfeec .rqure ones* q',e s30o 1ud (I3105b 0 2 bedroom I b oph ap pjust-me3d has dow air fireplace and ),pge od col 3783792 ( 10-5b) Owner wl furnish moeol to rnrodl 2 0,, 37ed0oom Iboth rp0o capable students.or fo,y)lage yard ,.oodowo,. Call)378 3792 (10 51b) 2 tf12.60 ta e n~lhrtr nice 5)10i':'$5053e< so p .0wve) i pets too%* to sop? 4546o 3h 376-SW7 (1 1 5 b) 533)00.liberal0mole 2 )oor u p Boo 372-8208 (1 1 )5-b) ,oomfo,entI bill bhod nomn hallpal ''atly furnise-aire w two rood s'uden~s $125' mo0m ous &phone0l 373)0041 ask for do e 8 2 bi house firepi screened poch Ige yard 3st.losisec dep calldi3no 32 1930 8 6 376468oft.r6 (19 3 -b) frwnte, 3 mot" 2 females co-op one bok fromcampus. 239 pe, 34000e,.0 Barbara 372-92% (1 0286-b) a00o subetsw 08ove8 uel) bog,kitcen 084.3. poo)(tlo~o2a# sping) 5)75 available io 5(flexoble)378-6259 after wkdys alldy .2.34 (I)I)1 5-b) HOMES&APARTMENTS FOR RENT al) reasal l pces' no wings doly cal 37848644 RENTAL )NFMATION CENTER. REACTOR (3 9-45-b) m of mole student desired, no pets no heavyptobaco:'372-27037f1 00001t03-))9 2-b) 376644REALTOR (3-9 45b) ROOMMATE npion moin quetserous ro-ae wanted cocour own roomn in 2br mobile home5.b8ke. to campus. 01, quie. o Pes $W/mo.pus 1/2 u,)) m3or.f377 5827 (103. 5.') bdrm opt 1/2 rent and ui0 noelylfurnished coInory 376-261(1-10.5-r) fe.rs;1 03oo-G, qnon-smoin g pef., r d student/orking person own '*,'"'8;0.,0,'e,5 5,56"" '"''4 utlsis37W73. ho6)0.105ot) roomorate wanted sulelin two bdr apt 1e5,,) .ehawo,,i o.oi.ge $75 mont hcoil V-06479 (1-83-) be.ro.m.Ck 1 535 p"3.1/2 u.1,fiii ls to com". brandrwin5 3call evenings 372-06% 2oyco or eiy (115r) R. mo.e won.ed. own oom n 3 b.1droo"' lomrge house 1 /3 of titobhivs 4+$97 rent a C ow'"neat.28.75 375-4021 (1 10o) S o4000ond)'2ut),,.es C011373227 ,, 2e f I or,2 ,oommate 2/bir 2 both sh/3 x 4 P 8vote btL&both 5$25 &13o ,.hoe 4 $73 ea.h u 'Aoptfu7 n hiosa, 2c a oi-g) to"e 4 (all 376 617 5 (1 8 2 e) L bo"fo I bd .n 3616. T-oo. .-. 1SI15 rn3 plus 1/3 uh on bus rouse, wa Ahr dryr Shwre w/2 grod sludenis 372 -MW ato 372-7051 Carre by office or 6-b IlTO* 59415keepwyo.,g ( I5 in 2-bdrm ap 19.0mo + 13 uti Gopt satin Cal1376-6134 (11 5-r) "n offer You can't refused Roor ome wo3ed .ow5oom on Cory 2 bd ape 5 bWocks from coviropv%/Woc pusele 3 -.116006 I 5-t) o.o lhrn 4, mstbe neo, 5.55oo. +IS uoses. f'rs' and las rent and SS orn-oge dopo37358350 (1 I 5r) Fea. roae ,0,wontd 2mmo,,64,.er -0 + 1 -'4 ulies pooJ lountdry. and sou"o o*C' 't0ei Walking d s.3,ce fom ('" t II 'oomate wonted MG per, mo 1/4 utf call 3764912viopark (1 6 2) am 5 5.-. a .2b-l. 6.o. .ir6.h w Cbis55. dor.sw .653, itieminOf-istmilker. eude only S1130+ l/2.6.ie 6e.6532545(111--3) to ?W4 o coo 01111" fom W to +badbaiplfh cA os "" f71315 .5el weto a'5eir5te156 mn w 1/2 WI 3724m(I ) FIEMW to mitute in3616. 16o6.oW a VoIAW park two a mI+ ,1/3 uti0ellW Wak or vAkebus to to Nonuniolter lin"to "romi age trnhou" 2 110/,4.d." .i.,. 3.co 37460 .r 1 0o"m"C" wanted for Ibdr 34d% sta pt V* 66 MM-go"-only634 e -po n coill oe. om 376-65M 31 93 own ocirn p n 3 b4d m hous w3hwr'y' noW 1)3 gorg35 50+ ''3 viohdws coil 375 7294 keep 'rying (I THE VOICE THAT HELPS! 9 Drugstore volunteers man phone hotlines, give emergency drug treatment and help people with problems in many ways. Drugstore volunteer training teaches basic counseling skills, drug overdose treatment,emergency suicide counseling, first aid, and where to find help for someone in need. Drugstore experience can be used for class credit in some courses. Drugstore volunteers work three hours a week helping people. -I Be a Drugstore Volunteer. DRUGSTORE 1128 9.W IST AVE., GAUINESVILLE, FL 32001 Many battered women find that once they decide to save themselves from further abuse, they have nowhere to go. The Sexual and Physical Abuse Resource Center is opening a shelter for these women and their children, but they need your-help t furnish it. If you have household items, clothing or toys you can spare, please call 377-RAP31 0? 377-TALK to arrange pick-up date and time. As 3o CC sWALL QCIAerWeOo A MostS"o FlbI W eWONDoVS V(TS 5:30) 7:45. 10:1 (US 5:45)5:W.M 9:55 (S 5:45)8:00 (US 5:30) 7:45,10:15 (TS 5:15) 7:45. 0:15 5:1 745, 015 I I 14 I -I

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14. alligator, rronday, january 8, 1979 Catch cablegator classgseds 7:30am., 1:30, 5:30, 730pm. ROOMMATE ROOMMATE ROOMMATE PERSONAL SERVICES SERVICES. 1wise o F e ,lo r v-P '17(me i 1) -0 rll3Y 7649 25 A 3 ,fQ( )MMAf WANT,, 371 51 3 Attention Business Students TWO RUSH SMOKERS Tes jr 9 7 30 p m 3 Thur 3 JO ii 8 p m Mother cly Foc ul (y L03 3e SIC i C 3hru I -lA I FSr 71 7 J -Classified Mall-in CLA$5FICATION: for sole M for rent Wanted help wanted autos personal lost & found services roommate RATM FOR FOUR LIN IDAY $1.50 2DAYS 3.00 3DAYS 4.05 4DAYS 5,40 CA I5DAYS 6.00 I ., Extra lines per day .35 CL C A ~900 .91 533159 not condt Fut o bind ng A~~n n t~r S.heS hea *"'s---a--y-----3TI right o act oB sole judge on I advertising copy s ub.sld fpr puJicIc@"s.d lbs H -0 right Is editne.IS, delay oHr Ifoedte ny odvrelnsg Copy I.w.PMRA4M i saysrus 7 .-|imoCAftsma. I-mu Mphi shIm .d wInh rePSItI h-c' prefewedd): I AU~g~nr~Ire ^ -~ I $ jp 95 00 pt r3H f p 1/3 all con377 603 1i O 12 F6-04 Ied InTshore 2 d3o5, 'Ih pt 11 W-dmoodo-% P aw $80 q Per"h KH ,,,I4 ..'o" 'pi ens 3,.,-,H ,-I Wowed, to shon -A :,, opf ,,(lose tO < ,p %_cA-q $n 84 V0mOh i esi PEI %xandvil defense spmai begning A mses cCa 4 mpus S.n10 3 ol3 W2 1575 (1 10 4 ; H 333 3.,hH3.434 3H833H 6 ,3*)* % nl0% --0 e op "r frit I@' ,S hotp .353ti3 372, ,1,25 #,on, hiv desk of m0,tho mmerd f -y rf--0 -qte gfdah,de 1)l, -,f I., 4, rm .vO o s e o o ik r q. Pin' wp imOllmp -y.m LOST &FOUND 41, rED A~ VJ4 H24A 4 3 4 ,3H 3 '33,9 329994 3 .5 d SERVICES t'TPI)( TOR ( I NIC H"%t-d by A .Aq o & XR I! re p EAR S 1 fNWA MANY OPPORTUNITIES PwE NI OP"HOP Ff8 3a4 -.lNl(I f8 .3mo 3Nf3R3ATION 7 A T V N TOP B AILFN ',AOI ATIC A p IA PGE-;F AT 17 ),? 44 i A NIV A 1 -AINE5V/[, l .F MO N -3 A3RA3, 33 13 3 33.4.3,3333 ,~, ,, ~ 3 411,3'1333333 0 -q-3,,3 Oi -3-I 3 3 3 ti .3 3 3m-33, N(4,)D3n 330 W W -3 8 4'1 7 0 O,, 24 16 3 A V SrI BA T AtjGHT BY THE PROFES R)NA1 S AT AuJN'S AQUATiC& TRAIL --fNlEP ( tAS~fS START TUEJS ;AN 16 OR -14H4 NK) FEB t4 MNISH BEFC)RE FlNIAtS FUJN RSONAL1 'ONA.ERT3 3 23Ous AUTOS ST AR T YO~u ON A IF E TIME ADVENTURE T HIS %UTO 71 AkIEN S AQAA TIC & TRALl CENTER 344AB W AV 373 9233 MON SAT 9 7 j7 nq )",I PGoft-% ool TY oiW, Rt 3, 43 2'3,) 378 7 3H 4,3 ,dej ,3 IBM4MH ,T3 3a,.3 ed 3 te3 3 e, e.' brhih onw~eers wontto R SONAL--9"" 1 -d1isl~g al3"7 4947 24hr T GANDCOPYIN(, expenencod mu% c,()n'teocho r p-ale 37) iW eal b-[Snycter]1783114 11 11 5 rm F d )i,(, I e Ee go25e A 3 3.8 MD)N NVII AYIONS ne prk dry N W -3 76 99 1 1 9 48 I kh"T, 7:30,9:4s Invasion of the Body Snatchers 136s 94 n Dolby Stereo No Posses -No Discount Cards No Thrif Tickes No EariS SirdslAccepted MOVING? Need Help? Gve meaI OcI've D. ovarnng lonquotges aten t your thinglP 3iI (l 3 770106 43 m33rnchInd, 3H AUTO INSURANCE $35* Over 25 $44. marred under 25 $57single under 25 (Annual PIP premium required to obtain togs) UNIVERSITY INSURANCE (Beside the Brown Derby) 375-8550 Auto-CyCle-TrllrHor.Free krae ciews Cog NIu begnng HYPNOSIS hWpo HHpeple1attain gools b a s .met bo 3nt flo gym m-w-f3 530.700 odg any m.enta l physscl obity an Introducion to the style and phlos ophy studong/ con 0idenctt/0ot4eics Don Pro", at karate (1 19 0-m Director373-3059 (3-9-48-) CAN HELP YOU LEARN TO: OVERCOME STREWB SIMPROVE MEMORY CONTROL HABITS SENROCH RELATK)NMHIPS AWAKEN PSYCHIC ABILITIES FREE LECTURE -e .BHSHHRSeSSBHHWHSSRW seeNe'*"""""***"0" IF rntii y Cen. GairAG) I ON SW 1 3thn St. Cal 376-8517 f.r. redetdL. 0***** VALUABLE COUPON 000000 Chic goooDog & & I MUwrnN1i 12oz Drink 9C C reg.$1.25 Offer good thru 1/14/79 with 0 this coupon only 9 214 N.W. 13th St. Delivery 372-4531 0 000000 VALUABLE COUPON 000010 You Can Help Recycle Sight Call 392-3135 North Florida Lions Eye Bank Oli mod, q 3ow ,e. b1" ,"' ,5 I 17 10 17 4 34 W ANT ED IASH F()6eRf ( f R U 1,A TPH( EN1 X n 17 7 51 ',Wf PA f Mi AE 3 9 4 HELP WANT f e. tN 0 1I SW1 gSDE MLL Your Ski Headquarters EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR YOUR SKI TRIP -JACKETS -BIBS -SWEATERS -CAPS -GLOVES -TURTLENECK SHIRTS -NECK WARMERS -THERMAL UNDERWEAR -GLOVE LINERS -SOCK LINERS -APRE' SKI BOOTS -AND MORE Come See Us -ALSO NEW Swimsuits Arriving Daily Creekside Mali 3501 S.W.2 Ave. 378-8751 I e 0 J51 WE vi p

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alligator, monday, january 8, 1979, 15 mike kooren UF'S MATT GROCOTT STRUGGLES TO ESCAPE OPPONENT'SGRASP 118-pound wrestler lost match to Northern Iowa's Tony Wessley 12-2 Sports briefs Intramural department to hold officials clinic Two separateciinics for basketball nid volleyball officials will be lheld in room 235 Little Hall today. The basketball session will begin at 4:00 p.m followed biN vollebAlat 5:00 p.m. Season pass holders must exchange cards All students who purchasd season and spouse basketball cards must exchamige these cards for another one, gouol for the remainder of the season. These cards may be exchanged at the main ticket office in the stadium Monday through Friday, from 8:30. a.m. until 4:30 p.m. A validated winter quarter fee card for nine or more hours niust b (" 11"'" "" "r" Ticukitn tiir tiiSuiidiuastu-ru Cii tiii-i liuskc-tuatl tiuniau u-ti-ini 'ii i nm ati -it it thl-tic ticket i i -t ilc. Ihe touiirm niiii ill bc luhi Feb. 28 tiroiugh Mar 3 i 3 ii hBirminghiam C(Aiso-m., Birinigham, Alas. Thv u-"st it these tickets are $45.00 iachai d inc ude al nine gaies( I the tournament. There a re iinMi diivd miduiat gi I ate iicki-ts unautlable. Piurchas tickets s ini because all 111sY ld tickets mntst Ib) rettrned 1() tho, confrene oefcconJan15th. Softball team opens tryouts this week Thei Ladv Gator ftball team plans to o1v4-11tn iriit n-essions toda through Jan. I Iat the I ivtd bv-hind Graham Hall at 3:0t p.m. The tryouts ar open Ii aoniyone who is iniioter m don questions should be directed to head coach Donna Dolbier at 378-4889. Crippled UF fall to North aySteve Gomez Alligator Staff Writer With huf the reguLtar starting Iiicupw uit 4A action, UF -swrstlng tea tifellicimi p-werful Uni-rvrsit ii Nmthern liwa t' 22-14 Saturdan night it Flurida Gymvu. Northern lwa, the top-ranked NCAA )is If W.11m, 'w'011 ive of 01the('10 MAtChe4S 111( %Iht another. The u tcumi ii tit( te iiiaih uanot deiided,iiiwe er, ( it 1 ihe ci u hii tig heau %wight bit th iat aired T-sISpond Pete SiINa ugainist NirtheriI()% 285-puuuind Kirt Brab -. Suurpriingin .Silta held his own with the iumberiug Bribs spurredit n t utheuchers4partisnt aitor fainS. tiitil Brtun iN iat piuu Itim iitt 2:37 lelt ii tih tinal vrivtl Sina iutbstitiuted tr the Gituir reglitu" tiau-unnnuight Brian (;aiIuns .w hii%%as mt with a iniior mupiri.Jomniuig Gaflt i hei injuredlist wni-ri arr\ Bariibai aid Mike Pii-uumii. Freshin iitartiiuChrs Chr Lichtii' und Mike mi iti a left tr their Ni-us tirk homes latch last we and ha~v inot returned Despite the lact that hall i, regular squtiad \,%is missmg, VF lhcad (;.m arsSchitiide' tilt t ruitratid ith ttihe ti-m's pertuirmn uiuui Wani-neier wn\&) the first iuitch ait r Christmas brtak smne I can iiremi r,t Schneider said. 1)iirr t ichalth. iiij rie % ind a rigorous Christmas roind schedule w-rinim LEAGUE & ACTIVITY Alii University Special Events Arm WWrm-ttbct omi Pot as.dSol b ball T1u1m (M aid W) leiin Tums00 .M1 ad W)i -Ouv-mui-Ouu Bask-t(ll(MI d W) Handball (M ald W) Bnetliultona Tevaiim i'-iiig Men's Dormitory Intraiiunnal (airmaini's it mg Volleyball Teaii -aidball Teani Tennis Engineering Flag Footluall Gators' Dove Jenkins grimaces as official prepares to signal a takedown sandy felsenthol wrestlers ern Iowa (If the problems Schtivider %aid contributed to the G;.t4)r%*' poor 1performnatwe followmg the break. Schinvider did point ot ihe pe-rformianiC4e (A Eid iorimii JIiohn Orr aid Bill i'tsch as bright spots. Fioranti, wrestling at 134poiids for the iiir d Barnabai e, too k a i 3-7 decision,)% -r Northerm lowa'% Jeff Mck iw. ()rr's p1 rformti aiw\ a, % I l --led b Schmvider is the best match 4)f the vev-miisz With ti -Gators trbaingi 16im-h III mii atch aivd tlrie bouts remauiiiing, Orr ced an st \,%II situation n against Northern toi'I Jun Gormial h t ranked m the nation at 177 oiinds. Orr as up ito the task. Ihe repatedis riit-rated Gorialk fort a declur 3-2 \ I "John i not th -most talented %wr sleru we ha bw it hi jut untsmarted and it Iligii-d (;)rilnals .tiSch-neider sid. Followmg Orr's matitI. tis I90-pouid Tet lch tfced the -amiII I uiiit-wmI s mtuato Agaiist Northern man Kirk Mh-vim -th nation'sf ifth-ranku -wrestler .0 1 90potinds. At the cnd of the frIN of thrve ids ili-t appeared that Tiitich woui disaoint the (ator crowd wuhou ensedi a tvum wnin. Fortinittel, Teutsch snapped out of his first periv slunip and maiihandled Mh-sers the rest of the war for i 11-i si-tiirl, whiciu inl i utwo ear falls for Thiin-ch. DEADLINE BEGINNING DATE S J i 1 12 Jii. 1 ti Fb. 6 Feb. 16 Feb. 20 J "i .S I-u-t. 2 Jan. 19-21 Jaw. 26-28 Feb. :3 Feb 1618 Feb 24-25 March 2-4 Jam 14 Feb. IiI Jau. 10 4:30 p.m. rmnni 216 FL, Jan. 10 jan. 15 Jan. 31 Feb. 6 Feb. 14 Feb. 2 1 ja. 10 Jan. 17 Intramural deadlines I

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16. alligator mondsio nnorv 8. 1979 weeendreplay Ray Graves steps aside as athletic director By David Futch Alligator Staff Writer III cf-14brotollp s1IN 6001h b1114thd s t vu w clk 8,1% rue I#melr1 1 Iss nthitt l htit tilI .I lilti hr t bit hwtitis suitiwrituf ftl'i \iltr fit tills stl st'i set' fi 'is hmiii itb ls l 5 sits It.n a isl