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... while state official
hails Kennedy as leader

By Donna Warn
Alligator Staff Writer
One the eve of ('hip Carters visit to
Gainesville to press flesh and stump for Dad,
Florida Comptroller Gerald Lewis was hail hailing
ing hailing the Kennedy movement and criticizing
the presidents family-affair campaigning.
Everyone but Amy and the dog has been
here, quipped U*wis, the only major state
official so far to abandon the Carter coali coalition
tion coalition and urge support for Sen. Edward Ken Kennedy.
nedy. Kennedy.
That shows you what they (Carter sup supporters)
porters) supporters) expect now of the Florida for Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy forces. . I think that we have scared
the Carter people to the point of panic,
Lewis told more than 100 people at a pro-
Kennedy rally in the law school auditorium
Tuesday night.
Lewis told the Kennedy supporters, many
of whom sported Kennedy in 80 buttons
and attendee! the hour-long gathering to

UFFsays consultants have anti-education bias

By Gina Thomas
Alligator Staff Writer
Consultants hired to study higher education in Florida
have a six-year record of recommending faculty cutbacks,
larger classes and limited student access, union critics
charged Wednesday.
The Joint Legislative and Executive Commission on
Higher Education hired the Academy for Educational
Development for $130,000 in Septeml>er to study and make
recommendations for improving Floridas education system.
United Faculty of Florida President Ken Megill criticized
the consultants for being more sympathetic toward ad administrative
ministrative administrative concerns than education itself.
"The consultants are not a neutral group, Megill said.
Its purpose is to help the administration (at the expense of
the students and faculty).
Academy consultant Andrew Lupton from Washington

organize a local campaign, that the draft
movement was not taken seriously when it
first started.
Now we have delegates running in 63 out
of 67 (Florida) counties, Lewis declared,
and urged local Democrats to attend the
Democratic caucus Saturday.
Considered to be the first test of popularity
of various Democratic candidates for presi president,
dent, president, the caucus Saturday will l>e an in informal
formal informal straw vote.
Democrats in attendance vote for the
delegate representing the candidate they
favor. The vote will lw> a preliminary
indicator of how many delegates each can candidate
didate candidate can muster when the official state
Democratic caucus takes place in November.
l.ewis compared the upcoming caucus to
the Battle of the Alamo but said, "I dont
think the outcome will Ik* as tragic.
Sae Lawis"
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D.C., said that the agency has no single philosophy toward
education. He said the consultants recommend what is most
appropriate for each institution that it studies.
Another union critic, however, said the Academy's
philosophy is clear.
Kofx*rt Nielson, assistant to the president of the American
Federation of Teachers, said the consultants are more
concerned with cost efficiency and increased .productivity
than quality education.
The consultants are concerned with anything that'll save
a buck, Nielson said from the AFT headquarters in
Washington, D.C.
They come to a legislative body and say 'hey, we can do
it cheaper."
Nielson, who said he has l>een monitoring the Academy
and the recommendations they have made for six years, said
one of the agencys basic tenets is that because students arc
the ones who l>cnefit from education, the students should

Confident Chip Carter
plugs dad for pres..

By Bill DiPaolo
Alligator Staff Writer
Declaring that the people of Florida are
behind rnv daddy," a confident Chip Garter
campaigned throng!) Gainesville Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, shaking hands and predicting victors in
an election that is 1 3 months awa\
The election is ours," the president's 29-
year-old son said forcefully, and then
predicted that President Carter would win at
least SO percent of the delegates at the in informal
formal informal Democratic caucus in Florida on
Saturday.
Gainesville was the fourth campaign stop
of the day for Chip Carter, who w ill push for
support in 1 I more Florida cities before the
caucus takes place Saturday He spent ap approximately
proximately approximately four hours here yesterday,
meeting with influential Alachua Counts
Democrats, the Jaycees and student sup supporters.
porters. supporters.
The statewide caucus has been promoted
bv observers as the first crucial test of the

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volume 72, no. 14

president's popularity. Democrats will cast
informal votes for the delegates who repre represent
sent represent their favorite candidate.
Supporters of Sen Edward Kennedy and
President Carter himself have contended the
straw vote is an important first face-off l>et l>etween
ween l>etween the two Democrats. But Chip Carter
said Wednesday a display of strong Kennedy
support would do nothing to slow down the
Carter campaign.
"Anybody that thinks well withdraw from
the race is crazy as hell. Well fight for every
delegate right down to the end," Chip Carter
said, a note of defiance augmenting his
southern drawl.
Explaining the extensive campaigning
despite the fact that the election is more than
a year away, Chip Carter said his father was
forced into the early race because of Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy supporters and the press, which he con contended
tended contended have turned the Saturday state caucus
See'Carter'
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pay.
To this outfit. 30 students in a class is no different than
100, Nielson said.
Lupton countered Nielsons assessment of the agency by
say ing the group never has overlooked student welfare.
I would love to see a single illustration of that (recom (recommending
mending (recommending faculty cutbacks, increase*! class sizes and teaching
loads), Lupton said.
We have made various recommendations, depending on
the institution.Florida could l>e very different. he said.
But Lupton conceded that in 1972. the Academy
published a booklet titled: Higher Education with Fewer
Faculty.
According to the preface, the booklet's purpose is long longrange
range longrange planning for colleges, universities ant! state systems."
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Carter

continued
from page one
into an event as big as the election.
Carter predicted the support for the
Massachusetts senator will decrease once the
nomination boils down to the issues instead
of candidate image. Praising his father's at
complishments as president especially
peace during his term Carter added that
his father has proved he is a valuable leader
I know people are going to be interested
m issues, and I don't think they are going to
throw out a president based only on
charisma." Chip (barter said
Ihe younger son expressed confidence in
the upcoming primaries across the nation,
even in Kennedys home state saying the bat
tie in Massachusetts would be a dogfight."

Lewis

continued
from page one
Our country needs leadership and we
have leadership in Sen Kennedy," l/*wis
concluded. His speech was followed bv Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy organizer Paul Hothstein, who !>egun

UFF

continued
from page one
The guidelines listed include:
s Increasing faculty salaries only when
faculty agree to larger classes.
"Hiring only faculty willing to teach
relatively large class sizes;
Not I tiling vacant faculty positions;
Using more graduate and un
dergraduate assistants to work; in some ease
granting them course credit instead ot
paving them;
is Establishing large lecture classes with
from 200 to over 1,000 students;
including upper division classes;
S "Keeping all classes filled; cancelling
classes with small enrollments.
Lupton said the booklet is "narrating what
institutions were attempting todo in 1972.
Because Megill said tfit* commission is
ignoring faculty members and students in its
restructuring process, several UFF merntx-rs
and various other educators across the state
have formed a task force to ltxk into
alternative methods for restructuring higher
education.
The task force has developed a plan to set
up a single Board of Higher Education w hich
would coordinate all sectors of education
including community colleges, universities
and vocational schools.
Part of the plan includes funding ac according
cording according to the cost of the program, rather
than by enrollment.

UF Student B mistakenly was referred to as the SEE party
president in Wednesday's Alligator. Tuthill
also mistakenly was listed as favoring the
removal of voting booths from fraternity
row. Tuthill said Tuesday fie has taken no
previous position on the issue.

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into the safety of the O'Connell Center.

I le claimed his fathers black support ensures
victories in tlx- South
* Farter, dresser! in a blur* pinstrqx* suit with
a red tie, sairl his fathers record is enough to
win the nomination The president's As
firmative Action accomplishments Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy has only has one black staff memlx*r, hr*
said his program for health care and the
continuation of the voluntary army are Presi President
dent President Carter s strong |xiints, Chip Carter said.
I am not going to put it as graphically as
Dad, but we will lx*at Kennedy," hr* said,
referring to the presidents comment a few
months ago that hr* would whip his (Ken (Kennedys)
nedys) (Kennedys) ass."
Chip Carter, who will lx* visiting IS
Florida cities, said fie also expected Califor California
nia California (Governor Jerry Brown to lx* strong op opposition."
position." opposition."
plotting .m Alachua County strategy.
The game plan includes a transportation
squad to get voters to the local Democratic
caucus, which takes place at Cainesville
High School Saturday morning. Handom
phoning to potential supporters and a Friday
night ramp-out and rally near the high
schrxil also arr* planned

UFF chapter President Carl Breda hi said
Ihe union is not anti-change, but the
process should include faculty memlx*rs and
students."
W illiam Shade, Cov. Bob Graham's senior
stalf analyst, said the commission memlx*rs
intend to hear faculty and student s iews.
SI lade, who is crxirdmator of the com commission,
mission, commission, added that the consultants are
ing as an advisory Ixxlv that collects and
y/es data for the commission,
lx* commission rnemlx'rs themselves will
recommend changes to tlx* 1980 Florida
legislature, said Shade, and will hire ad additional
ditional additional independent consultants to
balance" the management-oriented group.
Commission Chairman William Heece
Smith echoed Shades reassurance that the
commission ultimately is responsible for
suggesting any new approaches to education.
But that won't happen until faculty groups,
including the United Faculty of Florida and
student groups, provide input into the
proposed changes. Smith said
"The consultants must make recom recommendations
mendations recommendations relative to the Florida system,
Smith said, regardless of what their fin findings
dings findings were in other states."
Smith saitl the commission has askixl
student Ixxlv presidents statewide to write
opinions about higher education that would
lx* circulated among commission members.
A meeting with student Ixxlv presidents is
scheduled for Oct. 20 in Miami
They have an interest in this and they will
lx* heard, Smith said.

Correction

Because of a typographical error, a story
in Mondays Alligator said state Sen. Buddy
Mac Kay, D-Ocala, received pledges totaling
SI,OOO in his campaign for a U.S. Senate
seat. Mac Kay actually received SIOO,OOO in
pledges.

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By Nancl Oustafson
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The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) is
operating after a two-week delay caused by a funding
controversy between UF administrators and Student
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The conflict arose because the administration wants SG to
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1 he program s annual funding has lieen a problem since it
began with SG funding in 1973. SC allocated $5,500 this
year, half of last year s allocation, causing a near-freeze in
hiring.
Two years ago, the administration agreed to take over
SNAP, but last year they couldn't afford the entire bill and
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From October 1978 to June 1, 1979, SNAP escorted 3,330
women, gave out information 1,496 times, provided
assistance 862 times, identified 849 suspicious people, called
for police assistance 110 times, and helped recover 52 items
of property, Stevens said.
Inter-residence Hall Association President Maureen
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not operating the first two weeks of the quarter. She also
believes funding SNAP is the administrations responsibility,
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Prof attacks police
y Beverly Berd
Alligator Staff Writer
A 62-year-old UP professor was so emotional over an auto
accident this week that he knocked three police officers
down before his arrest, a Gainesville police lieutenant said
Wednesday.
UP agronomy Professor George Fritz was riding his
bicycle past an accident Tuesday night at Northwest 16th
Avenue and 22nd Street, when he threw his bike into oxygen
tanks and began attacking paramedics who were trying to
free a woman from a car. Lt. Gene Owen said.
Owen said F>itz came up screaming what happened,
what happened (and) they (police officers) couldn't calm him
down.
The 6-foot-4-inch, 230-pound Fritz was tackled to the
ground and handcuffed before police knew he was a UF
professor and that his wife was the driver of one of the cars,
Owen said. Fritz neighbor was trapped in the car and his
wife was sitting passively" on the curb, he said.
Owen said Fritz was arrested for interfering with a
police officer in the line of duty.
We just thought he was berserk. Owen said. I think he
was emotionally upset and we didn't know what was going
on. I feel bad for him.

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Stock market tumbles
during heavy trading
NEW YORK The Stock
Market crumbled Wednesday in
the heaviest trading dav in history
as the impact of government
inflation fighting reverberated
throughout the investment
community.
Panicky sellers swamped the
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Tuesday's worst decline in five
years.
"The stock market is bending
under the weight of record high
interest rates and record low
confidence in Americas
leadership. said Robert Stovall,
vice president of Dean Witter
Reynolds Inc.

FBI thwarts bomb threat
COEUMBUS, OHIO Two brothers, both leaders of the American
White Nationalist Party, were arrested Wednesday only hours before
they allegedly planned to bomb an elementary school attended by the
daughter of the federal judge who ordered the desegregation of
Columbus schools.
I he FBI identified the brothers as John Gerhardt, 26, and Edward
Gerhardt, 28, of Columbus Joseph Yablonski. special agent in charge
of the Cincinnati division of the FBI, personally arrested the brothers
in suburban Westerville.
1 he Gerhardt brothers were indicted early Wednesday by a federal
grand jurv on three counts each and by a Franklin County grand jury
on two counts each.
(-ohirnhus Police (,hjef Earl Burden said the bomb was to have been
detonated during school hours Wednesday at the Olde Orchard
Elementary School, which l S District Court Judge Robert Duncans
daughter attends.
Judge Duncan was not available for comment, but school officials
said Duncan's daughter was in attendance Wednesday.

Marine trip
to Cuba delayed
MOREHEAD CITY, N.C.
Shifting winds delayed loading of
about 1,800 combat-ready
Marines and support troops on
three ships and a Navy spokesman
said the troops will not leave for
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, until
today.
The troops are scheduled for an
Oct 17 landing exercise at the
US Naval Base in Cuba.

President Carter ordered the
exercise and the creation of a
Caribbean military task force
headquarters at Key West, Ela.,
last week in response to the
continued presence of Soviet
troops in Cuba.
Chrysler seeks
federal aid
WASHINGTON The Senate
Banking Committee opened 10
days of hearings Wednesday on

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failing Chrysler Corp., and
Chairman William Proxmire
came out strongly against a
government bailout.
An antitrust expert also testified
that letting the nations third
largest automaker and 10th
largest industrial corporation go
bankrupt should be considered by
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Pope directs nuns
to forget bitterness
VATICAN CITY Pope John
Paul II carried the message of his
U S. Voyage of Faith home to
Italy Wednesday and called on
Roman Carbolic nuns to carry out
their mission obediently, without
bitterness over the ban on women
priests.
The pontiff directed a special
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100,000 people gathered in St.
Peters Square for the first general
papal audience since his return.
Follow the voice of the vicar
of Christ with holiness aifd
c ourage, the Pope said, referring
to the homilies he delivered
during his nine-day trip to Ireland
and the United States. In this
way no sister will feel depressed
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President Fidel Castro would fly
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[the U.N. General Assembly in his
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Federal and city security of-
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guard against any attempt by
: anti-Castro Cuban exile terrorists
; to assassinate the bearded leader,
; the Western Hemisphere's top
communist. Castro will address
the assembly on Friday.
A coalition of anti-Castro
groups said up to 4,000 Cubans
would demonstrate outside the
United Nations when Castro
speaks. A virtual quarantine will
be placed around the Communist
leader, sealing off entire city
blocks from vehicles and
pedestrians.
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smokers.
Dr. Arnold Brown, head of the
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also said 1 I other patients are
believed to have the disease.
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February.
Snow flurries bring
winter to Northeast
A howling autumn snowstorm
buried parts of Virginia and West
Virginia in foot-deep drifts
Tuesday and swept across the
East, closing schools and high highways
ways highways and snarling traffic from
Washington and New York to
New England.
Snow spread from the mid-
Atlantic seaboard to New
England with flurries dusting
Washington and New York Citv
and pushed west across West
Virginia, Maryland and Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania to Michigan and In Indiana.
diana. Indiana.
Snow squalls in Maryland
threatened to put the first game of
the World Series on ice. Eight
snow often mixed with rain
was reported in the Philadelphia
area and across parts of New
Jersey and Delaware.
Driver fails
before taking test
DAVID CITY, Neb. Grace C.
Kinsman ran into the wrong per person
son person Wednesday while trying to
renew her drivers license.
Mrs. Kinsman, 62, David Citv,
passed the written portion of the
exam and climbed into her car
with an examiner at a parking
place in front of the Butler County
Courthouse to take the road test.
She backed the auto into a car
<1 riven by Sheriff Leo
Meisner, causing minor damage to
both vehicles.
Elder Sheets, the State Ex Examiner
aminer Examiner accompanying Mrs.
Kinsman, advised her to come

back another day ami retake the
rtiad test.
More moonrocks
missing
WASHINGTON A Space
Agency memo claims the Space
Agency is missing a much larger
quantity of moon rocks and soil
samples than its officials are will willing
ing willing to admit, it was learned
Wednesday.
I he internal document also savs
auditors were told by a space pro program
gram program official that moon materials
were being stolen by an agency
employee but the case was not
pursued further.
I he National Aeronautics and
Space Administration memoran memorandum
dum memorandum savs more than 24 percent of
the samples sent out to various

Study: mechanics' profits too large
I ALL.AHASSEE, I-LA. incompetent or dishonest mechanics may he ripping off
Morida car owners to the tune of $ 328 million a year, according to a study released
Wednesday.
I his means that tor every $ 1 spent on auto repairs in Florida. 19 cents is wasted
due to unsatisiactaory repairs, concluded the report, released hv the Florida Atlantic
l nivorsitv-F lorida International University Joint (.enter for F.nvironmental and Urban
Problems.
I he university researchers recommended garages doing auto repairs he required to
register and that mechanics be tested for competency and licensed, weeding out those
who can t measure up.

research scientists for analysis
and study, under a s4l million
grant program, were either unac unaccounted
counted unaccounted for or missing.
SALT II debate
to begin Nov. 1
WASHINGTON Senate
Democratic Leader Robert Bvrd
told President Garter Wednesday
debate on the Strategic Arms
Limitation Treaty probably will
begin about Nov. 1.
Byrd said he gave Carter the
estimate during a meeting at the
White House, also attended by
other Democratic Congressional
leaders.
Chlorine gas leak
causes evacuation
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla
About 3,500 residents were
routed from their homes Ijefore
dawn tixlay by a cloud of chlorine
gas created by a leak in a 3,500-
pound tank used to treat the city
water supply.
Four workmen involved in the
effort to cap the leaking tank were
listed in gxxl condition at

olligotor, thursdoy, October 11, 1979,

Bethesda Hospital following treat treatment
ment treatment for gas inhalation. One
other person was treated and
released.
All the schools in the Palm
Beach County community of
40,000 were closed for the day
with the exception of Atlantic
High School.
The leak was discovered at 3
a.m. and was capper! more than
three hours later at 6:20 a m.
after workmen under the direc direction
tion direction of city utilities director Perry
(Cessna made three hazardous
trips into the gas-permeated water
treatment plant.
Florida economy
stable despite airline
TALLAHASSEE. Fla.
Florida s economy remains robust
despite the intensifying national
recession. House fiscal experts
reported Wednesday.
Despite what has been happen happening
ing happening on the national front, our
revenue picture, at least so far,
has lx*en holding up fairly well,
Dr. Jim Francis said during a
joint meeting of the House ap appropriations
propriations appropriations and finance and tax
committees.

Jim Smith 1

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' alligator, thursday, October 11, 1979

3 cheaters
get penalties
of suspension
By Sally Stawart
Alligator Staff Writer

Three students suspender! from school received the har harshest
shest harshest penalties of all 40 cheating cases brought before the UF
Student Honor Court summer quarter, according to the
chancellor of the court.
Chancellor Richard Custureri said the most serious penal;
ty resulted in a four quarter suspension for a student found
guilty of bribing a professor. The student bribed a professor
with money to let him retake an exam.
Even if the student returns to UF, he will face probation
for the remainder of his stay, Custureri said.
Two other students receiver! suspensions of one ant! two
quarters after entering pleas of guilty during Honor Court
proceedings.
Four of the 40 cheating cases were dropped due to insuffi insufficient
cient insufficient evidence, four cases will Ik* decided this quarter and 19
cases were handled by summary adjudication, Custureri
said.
Summary adjudication eases are handled on an individual
basis by professors, and penalties range front test grades of
zero to a course grade of E. For a case to qualify for sum summary
mary summary adjudication, it must be the students first cheating of offense
fense offense and the professor must report the imposed penalty to
the Honor Court.
If a case is heard by the Honor Court, defendants are
assigned two UF" law students to act in their defense. There
are no set penalties for cheating, Custureri said.
Custureri says there has !>een no increase in cheating at
UF", but says he thinks more professors are reporting
cheating incidents to the court. Fewer than 100 cheating
cases were reported during 1978-79, Custureri said. Almost
half that many cases were handled during summer quarter.

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Food Sciences Professor Howard Appledorf said if he cat catches
ches catches a student cheating during an exam, he rips up the stu student's
dent's student's test and reports the incident to the Honor Court.
'But dont catch cheaters very often, because I take steps
to ensure people won't cheat, Appledorf said. During ex exams,
ams, exams, Appledorf enlists the help of approximately 20
graduate students to act as exam proctors.
"I used to Ik* more lenient, but now I check identifications
when students hand in their tests because I !>elieve in integri integrity,"
ty," integrity," Appledorf said.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Erich Farl>er said he
has never prosecuted a student he suspected of cheating in
his 25 years at UF".
"I always handle the problem myself. At the first class ses session,
sion, session, I usually make it clear what the consequences (of
cheating) are, Farber said. I
Walter Rosenbaum, a UF" political science professor since
1902, said he almost eliminated the term paper requirement
from his classes because cheating was rampant. Now,
Rosenbaum discourages plagiarism by keeping files of term
papers from previous quarters.
Rosenbaum said he usually issues his own penalties for
cheaters, because Honor Court procedures are t(H) cumlK*r cumlK*rsome
some cumlK*rsome and time-consuming. But Rosenbaum doesnt think
the students he catches cheating get off easily.
Rosenbaum said he thinks the Honor Court should decide
each case on what actually happened, not on how sorry the
offender is.
"I dont think Ive ever seen a student that was genuinely
sorry. Most students 1 catch cheating are blatant liars
anyway, he said.

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. . dedication of $6.6 million College of Education addition set for Friday

Norman Hall addition ready

By Beverly Bard
Alligator Staff Writer
Furniture is scarce, the closed-circuit
televisions and computers have yet to arrive,
but the huge $6.6 million red brick fortress
connected to an aging Norman Hall is ready
for use.
And the dedication is set for Friday, with
College of Education conferences beginning
today.
"All of the furnishings have not arrived,
but we are extremely happy with the
structure, said College of Education Dean
David Smith. "It is a very, very strong ad addition
dition addition to our college.
Smith said the 65,000-square-foot, three threestory
story threestory rectangular building was needed to
house the College of Education faculty, and
will serve as a research and clinical
laboratory for future educators. It will not
include classrooms but has a 25,000-square 25,000-squarefoot
foot 25,000-squarefoot library compared to the old 2,000-
square-foot library in Norman Hall.
The building, which meshes with the
connecting 47-year-old structure, was built
with energy-efficiency in mind
Kot>ert Stripling, a Distinguished Service
Professor in education, said, "We wanted to
create an environment of learning and

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thinking (that is) not only comfortable, but
conducive with learning.
Stripling, who served as chairman of the
building committee, said faculty members
are very pleased and already moved into
the 70 offices.
The extension is to be called the Norman
Hall Complex.
Unlike several of the more recently con constructed
structed constructed buildings on campus the Norman
Hall Complex has windows.
Its designed to take maximum benefit of
some of the nicer weather we have here in
Florida, Stripling said. Those windows
cost a little more, hut they will save us
more.
Because of the absence of classrooms in the
Norman flail addition, Norman Hall is on
the books for some exteasive renovations.
We are very short of classrooms in
Norman Hall, Stripling said. There is a
very critical need to renovate.
Top ranking state educators are visiting
UF today and Friday for the building
dedication.
Smith said he will give the opening speech,
with President RobertMarston presiding.
Commissioner of Education Ralph
Turlington is scheduled to give the
dedication address Friday morning.

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thursday, October 11, 1979

opinions

i'
DURRANCE

Boos
President Robert Marston is conducting himself
like an arrogant Goliath.
In a dazzling flex of muscle, UFs chief ex executive
ecutive executive this week silently observed his crafty at attorneys
torneys attorneys seek dismissal of a landmark lawsuit that
ultimately could give students control over their
fee money. Staff attorney Thomas Biggs, Jr. said a
petition asking for $5,000 to sue Marston should
be thrown out of court for deficiencies.
That reasoning places Marston on a pedestal of
power tantamount to Goliath mocking the in insignificant
significant insignificant David (the students).
Last week Activity and Service Fee Advisory
Committee member David Sobel, Student Body
President DougTuthill and Treasurer Janice Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph courageously if not for hidden political
reasons filed a petition asking Marston to sign
a Student Senate bill allocating $5,000 for the
Student Government leaders to hire an attorney.
The attorney would then be used to challenge a
provision of the ASF'AC law that gives university
presidents the power to veto any line item or
portion. . within the budget as determined by
the Student Government. .Accordingly:
BOO: To President Marston for allowing his
legal masters to seek dismissal of the $5,000 re retainer
tainer retainer suit, thus dodging the genuine issue over
who should control student fee money. Even
Marston admitted, I would welcome a clarifica clarification
tion clarification of what the responsibility of the president
is. But his actions, those mimicking an arrogant
Goliath, contradict his public statement.
BOO: To President Carter for using his
supreme position to earn cheap, political
headlines. Carter claimed that Florida is the key
state in the Democratic political nomination. In
fact, he issued his statements to coincide with the
Democratic Partys state caucus this Saturday,
from which Carter knows he will beat unan unannounced
nounced unannounced rival Sen. Edward Kennedy.
BOO: To Mike Steinberg and his People for
Education and Equality Party (PEE), which
sounds remarkably like Students for Education
and Equality (SEE). Unfortunately, Steinberg and
PEE Party is a bad joke, whereas SEE Party at
least treats students seriously.
....and bravos
BRAVO: To President Robert Marston, whose
support for a modified semester plan will save
money and effort and benefit every student in the
State University System and at the 28 community
colleges. The plan will, if ever approved by the
state, put the nine universities on a common
calendar with the junior colleges.
BRAVO: To Alachua County Commissioner
Jack Durrance.who told a class at Santa Fe Com Community
munity Community College Tuesday that the quality of local
government can help restoie confidence. Local
government is something you can feel, touch and
identify with, he said. Durrance is one of the few
politicians who is instilling confidence, not just
talking, about the lack of it.

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MARSTON

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Sperm count linked to pot

Editor: The enclosed letter was sent to a New York
obstetrician/gynecologist about the husband of a patient of
his who was having trouble becoming pregnant. The pa patients
tients patients name has been withheld due to laws of confidentiali confidentiality.
ty. confidentiality. I think the contents of this letter will be of interest to a
large portion of the UF community.
Andy Harris
August 28, 1979
Doc-tor E. Jack Harris
134 Riviera Drive South
Massapequa, New York 11 758
Dear Dr. Harris:
This is a follow-up on Mr. X.
This patient had two previous sperm counts showing very

Let's view Kennedy's leadership

Editor: In your Friday edition of The Alligator, there was
a letter extolling the virtues of Sen. Kennedy and the dastard dastardly
ly dastardly deeds of President Carter. As the authors of that letter
pointer! out, had Sen. Kennedy been president, not only
would we have national health insurance, we would not
have the rate of inflation we have t leadership (I dont know if it was a misprint, but did they ac accidentally
cidentally accidentally leave out the splitting of the Red Sea?).
If we can take a hard look at the facts, let's examine
leadership. If Sen. Kennedy is such a tremendous leader, and
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little mobility. He had been smoking marijuana on a daily
basis and after stopping for approximately three months a
semen analysis was done on Aug. 24. This revealed:
volume 2.5 ccs
count 160,000,000
mobility increased to 70-80% with good progression of
sperm.
This 31-year-old man was seen because of sperm counts
showing a normal amount of sperm with poor mobility. This
was felt to be secondary to marijuana smoking and after
stopping the marijuana the semen analysis has returned to
within the normal range. I hope this in turn will lead to a
successful pregnancy.
Sincerely,
Joel Drabkin, M.D., F.A.C.S

has such good relations with Congress, then why did he lose
his position as Democratic Whip of the Senate, and for 16
years he has been unable to get his own national health in insurance
surance insurance bill out of his own health subcommittee of which he
is chairman?
As for blaming Presideht Carter for the rate of inflation,
two things must be kept in mind. To blame the president for
an inflation rate in its current trend is erroneous. This infla inflation
tion inflation rate is a product of past administrations and the pur purchasing
chasing purchasing of foreign oil, which alone amounts to a 4-percent
increase in inflation.
But to neglect the fact that Sen. Kennedys record of a big bigspending,
spending, bigspending, free-wheeling liberal will simply add to the rate of
inflation, then you are constructing a facade as big as the
senator himself.
Richard S. Kaufman
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opinions

No nukes
Staying in jail for a cause does not inhibit debate

Editor: Regarding your editorial about
Rita Whalen and other anti-nuclear activists
(Ache'n in Aiken, Friday), Id like to take
exception to your characterization of them
as zany no-nuke protesters and discuss
some of your other conclusions about what
activists should and shouldnt do in order to
accomplish social change.
Your use of the word zany is ill-chosen:
The Marx Brothers were zany, Rocky Horror
Picture Show is zany, perhaps Abbie and the
Yippies were zany; choosing to commit
peaceful civil disobedience against industry
and authorities who permit and cause the
destruction of the environment, choosing to
go to jail for what one believes that may
indeed be difficult for some to understand in
these apathetic times, but it is not zany. Very
little about the production of radiation and
cancer could be seriously considered as zany.
After calling them zany, you charge the
jailed activists with seeming to be more in intent
tent intent on getting media publicity than on pro provoking
voking provoking public discussion on a critical issue.
This charge contains elements of hypocrisy,
for here was an opportunity for The
Alligator to take part in intelligent debate.
The Alligator chose not to.
Did The Alligator print as much as it could
about the three nuclear facilities at Barn Barnwell?
well? Barnwell? Did it convey to the public an
understanding of the nuclear waste
storage/disposal and reprocessing facilities at
Allied General Nuclear Services. Chem-
Nuclear or the Savannah River Plant? Has
The Alligator published information on the
transportation of nuclear waste on 1-75?
Upon my return from Barnwell to our of office
fice office downtown, I received calls from the
media about the civil disobedience. No one
was particularly interested in the Alternative
Energy Fair held Saturday or the speeches
Sunday. You did mention the fair and the
speeches, but mention and coverage are two
different things. When I was called, the
primary question was not What facilities
exist up there that have prompted members
of the Catfish Alliance to trespass and get ar arrester!?
rester!? arrester!? The primary question was How
many were arrested?
Next came questions about names. When
the names were known, no questions follow followed
ed followed about-who these people were and what
they have done prior to Barnwell. Whether
or not they were UF students seemed to be
the major concern. When the question of
their motives finally came (if it did) and an
answer was given (these people feel that in industry
dustry industry and government have no right to
destroy the environment, that the legislatures
and courts are moving too slowly, that one
must sometimes get arrested for what one
believes in) the answer was usually ignored
as too philosophical or ideological or
idealistic.
I have worked with Grady Burch, Howard
Nelson, Carol O'Neil, Mark Davis, Harriet
Peacock and Nina Hampton for almost 10
months Davis has been working against
nuclear power for almost two years and
along with Howard was one of the founders

In defense of Rita Whalen

editor: In answer to your celebration of
misinterpretatation Friday, we must defend
Rita Whalen. You obviously missed the
whole point of the Barnwell II action. We did
not have ourselves arrested simply to bond
out, go home, forget and be forgotten.
We commend Rita for her decision to re remain
main remain in jail. A protest without a civil disobe disobedience
dience disobedience scenario gets a day of press coverage,
with luck, and the memory of it soon fades.
Participating in civil disol alienee is a com commitment,
mitment, commitment, and we believe that Ritas will willingness
ingness willingness to stay in jail is a total commitment.
We support the ideal of carrying civil
disobedience to its logical conclusion by
refusing to btiy political freedofa. We are erf erffended

of Catfish Alliance Whalen and Susan
Braxton have been working with us for
several months. These people and others in
the organization have worked together on
workshops, rallies, films, electoral cam campaigns,
paigns, campaigns, information tables, fund raisers and
demonstrations at Crystal River reactor,
Florida Power Corp. in St. Petersburg, the
planned Trident Submarine base at St.
Marys, and at Gainesville City Hall.
We have worked to produce booklets,
pamphlets, handouts, book lists the
workshops we conducted last spring and last
week were extensive efforts toward
educating the public and provoking public publicdiscussion.
discussion. publicdiscussion.
As for staying in jail, that is more complex
than your flippant words about discomfort.
Once again, while Whalen was in jail. The
Alligator had the opportunity to participate
in intelligent debate. Instead, The Alligator
was content to update the whos-in-jail whos-in-jailwhos-out-of-jail
whos-out-of-jail whos-in-jailwhos-out-of-jail coverage and ignore the op opportunity.
portunity. opportunity.
As noted above, Whalen and the others
have participated and provoked intelligent
debate numerous times, and the fact is that
their commitment to what they believe has
continued to provoke debate about nuclear
power and about how to get rid of it not in
the pages of The Alligator, but certainly on
our phone, in our office, in our meetings and
with our contact with the public and the
publics contact with us. The idea that so someone
meone someone staving in jai 1 seems to not
permit intelligent debate is clearly
mistaken.
And if, indeed, you want the facts about
nuclear energy to be aired as much as anyone
and you want them to t>e acted upon l>efore
our environment is poisoned bevond repair,
then you must realize that organizations like
ours work not only to educate the public, but
also to mobilize it to change the status quo,
and you must realize that the body politic is
odorless, colorless and tasteless and therefore
its danger is sometimes hard to convey, the
urgency is sometimes difficult to understand.
Some people respond to the health aspects
of the issue, some to the economic or political
aspects; some people respond more intellec intellectually,
tually, intellectually, some more emotionally; some want to
work in the electoral arena, others believe
that a variety of tactics must be engaged to
make the changes; some people respond to
the fact that some of us are willing to go to
jail for what we believe.
Changing society is complex, and civil
disobedience has played a historical part. It
may not always be wise (the KKKs armed
march comes to mind), and of course it wont
accomplish overnight the extensive changes
sought, but to suggest that all that was in intended
tended intended at Barnwell was getting media
publicity and to suggest that all that was
achieved was the inhibition of intelligent
debate and to say that all that was ac accomplished
complished accomplished was discomfort is to be in incredibly
credibly incredibly wrong.
Gary Gordon

fended erffended by your suggestion that she bond out
and move on to another protest. This protest
will not be over until our trial ends.
It is a sad thing that Rita must sit in jail for
trying to help us, when those who poison us
are free to do as they wish, but that is the
way things are. The question is not why Rita
Whalen is in jail. The question is, as Henry
David Thoreau would surely remind us, why
arent we all in there with her?
Grady Calhonnc Burch
3UK
, Susan Braxton
2UF

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Nuclear waste needs guardian elite

Edltor:The production of nuclear energy
entails problems that are being ignored in the
contemporary public debate. While
technocrats quibble over the amount of
radiation released by the Three Mile Island
mishap and the probability of reactor core
meltdown, important stones are being left
unturned.
Onfc of these problems relates to the protec protection
tion protection of nuclear Juel and waste. Presumably
the long-term containment of these noxious
materials demands the supervision of a guar guardian
dian guardian elife. The problem becomes clear when
we compare the half-life of Plutonium-239 to
the expected longevity erf our social institu institutions.
tions. institutions.
Even if it were possible to construct an en enduring
during enduring supervisory elite, what guarantee do
we have erf competent management?
Whether or not terrorist groups will ex expleit
pleit expleit the destructive potential of radioactive
material remains to be seen. I would hate to
aelmit that anyone could every justify such
heinous methods no matter how desperate
the situation. But why take the chance?
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A more insidious danger of nuclear energy

alligotor, thursday, October 11, 1979,

relates to the desirability of continuing
economic growth and our collective rape of
the biosphere. There is a radical, but grow growing,
ing, growing, view that an economy predicated on the
necessity for rapid and eternal growth is in inherently
herently inherently unstable and inexorably hostile to
the physical environment.
Nuclear energy is supported most
adamantly by the corporate elites that have
short-term economic interests in an economy
based on the every-expanding mass con consumption
sumption consumption of energy. Proponents of nuclear
energy claim that it is a practical necessity.
It is not a necessity! It only becomes
necessary if it is assumed that we must con continue
tinue continue our frivolous and wasteful pattern of
energy consumption and environmental ex exploitation.
ploitation. exploitation.
It is obvious that those wielding the capital'
in this nation support the concept of a
nuclear energy economy. It remains for us.
the common victims of the nuclear capacity,
to speak out against the danger being impos imposed
ed imposed on humanity.
John Scheb

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I, olligotor, thursdoy, October 11, 1979

Zoom
Energizer adds kick

By Brent Woronoff
Alligator Writer
Stimulants are not new to Gainesville.
They are all user! here: amphetamines,
cocaine, Z00m...
Zoom?
Yes, the newest stimulant in Gainesville,
Zoom, is cheaper than the other two and is
completely natural. But perhaps its biggest
selling point is that it is sold legally.
Described by California-based Amazon
I rading Co., as a "body energizer, Zoom is
an organic herb pressed into tablet form.
Since it contains no artificial additives, it is
advocated and sold by health food stores
throughout the country.
Because of an extensive advertising
campaign by Amazon Trading Co. President
Mark Bernstein, Zoom, quickly has become
popular on the drug scene.
People buy the stuff faster than health
food stores can stock it, said one local
source.
The Mother Earth Natural Food Store,
f>o4 NW 13th St., ordered 12 !>ottles of
Zoom, each containing 90 tablets, and sold
them in four days at $lO a piece, said store
manager Stacey Galgano.
The only ingredient in Zoom is the
Brazil ian herb guarana, a rcx)t that can lx*
found only in the Amazon Jungle.
I he journal Modem Herbal says guarana
has the same chemical composition and
physical effects as caffeine, theine, and
cocaine.
Mixed with sugar and water, the herb has
been a favorite drink of Brazilian miners for
years. Many have regarded it as a cure-all
the journal said.
The label on the Zoom bottle says Amazon
Indians have been using guarana for cen centuries
turies centuries to fight off hunger and fatigue.
"Weve been selling the root guarana for a
long time, said Mother Earth owner Doug
Bonebrake. "It didn't become popular until
someone put it in a tablet and in a jar and
advertised it.
Bonebrake says Zoom is a very mild
stimulant. A dose of two to four tablets "is
comparable to two cups of coffee, he said.
I dont say its a great product. I think
itll be abused. Its faddish right now,

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But it probably will lx- a gixxl substitute
for coffee since it doesnt have all the bad
things coffee has, he added
Mithra Newman, manager of the Health
Horizons Natural Food Store. b 27 N. Main
St., said however, guarana contains large
quantities of caffeine, and for that reason is
not recommended for use by the National
Nutritional Ftxxl Association
Peg Forgnone, a pharmacist and assistant
director of Drug Information Services at IJF,
said each Zrn tablet contains 5-percent
tanen (tank acid) and 2-to-5-percent caf caffeine.
feine. caffeine.
Each tablet, Forgnone said, equals one
average to strong cup of coffee. The
suggested dose of Zoom rquals two-to-four
cups.
Newman said Health Horizons will not
stock Zx>m, but will order it for people who
specially request it. Newman estimates she
has received 55 requests in the last three
weeks.
It is "perfectly normal that Zoom has
become popular so quickly, Newman said.
Advertising for this product appealed to a
certain market, and they reached them.
Besided, people nowadays have been hxiking
for a natural up and now thev got one,
Niewman said.
hood and Drug Administrtion
spokeswoman Faye Peterson said the agency
is investigating Zoom. Peterson said in investigators
vestigators investigators do not know much about the
pnxluct yet.
"It is a highly publicized pnxluct that has
made claims to be a drug, so it probably will
lx* regulated as a drug, Peterson said,
noting other caffeine products are not
considered drugs.
"So far we have had no complaints or
problems of abuse with this product,
Peterson said.
But Forgnone said paying $lO for 90
tablets, the going rate for Zoom, is a rip-off.
You can get the same effect from eating
instant coffee or dried tea leaves.
This guys making a fortune old Mark
Bernstein. I hate to see people spending their
good hard-earned money on this kind of
stuff, Forgnone said.

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UF Black Studant Union: presents a
Get Involved Campaign on campus
through Sunday. The campaign is designed
to bring all UF black organizations together.
Alpha P*l: applications are being
accepted for this national accounting frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity. Apply at the Beta Alpha Fsi bulletin
board in Bryan Hall across from room 104
today through Friday.
UF Choss Club: will have speed chess
rituals, worship of the Sicilian dragon and
wild chess orgies (lots of mating kind of stuff)
tonight from 7:30 p.m. till 5 a.m. on the
third floor of the J. Wayne Reitz Union,
Check the information desk for exact rpom
numbers.
UF Surf Club: will meet tonight at 7:30 in
room 210 of the Florida Gym. Meetings will
be every Thursday and are open to all in interested
terested interested persons.
Spook Out: relevant issues will be
discussed on the General Purpose Building A
mound today and Friday from 11 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Disoblod Studant Council: will have a
wine and cheese party tonight at 7 in the Jen Jennings
nings Jennings Hall conference room.
Disoblod Studonts: a newsletter is
available now for disabled students in the
Office for Student Services. Come by and
pick one up, or call 392-1261.
Bosoboll and softball umpiring: will
be the topic of classroom instruction tonight
from 7 to 9 at Perry Field with the option to
umpire in action for college baseball Friday
at 4:30 p.m. and Sunday night at 7:30.
Training is currently in progress. The lessons
are sponsored by the Gainesville Recreation
Department and local umpires associations.
Maronotho Choir: will present singing,
guitar and piano music tonight at 7 at the
University United Methodist Church, 1320
W. University Ave.
Homocoming Swoothoort Pageant:
41 contestants will compete for the title of
Homecoming Queen tonight at 8 in the
University Auditorium. The event is spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Florida Blue Key.

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UF Law Wlvos: will meet tonight at 7 at
the University Womens Club (Perry House).
Members will learn how to cross-stitch
Christmas ornaments. Call Jan Airth at
378-7448 for more information.
Oatoally Olva 'Km Noll Night: will
be held tonight at 6:30 at Graham Pond. The
new Albert the Alligator will be introduc introduced.
ed. introduced.
Tho History Forum: will show the films
The Selling of the Pentagon and The Rebut Rebuttal
tal Rebuttal tonight at 7:30 in room 2334 of Building
A. The films will be followed by a discussion
led by Dr. Mahon, of the UF history depart department
ment department
UF Botany Club: will meet today at 4
p.m. in room 3194 of McCarty Hall. For
more information, call Keith Woeste at
378-5073.
UF Motorcydo Club: will meet tonight at
9 in room B-72 of the Union. The meeting is
open to all interested persons. Call Frank
Levy at 375-2537 for more information.
Sigma Tau Gamma: will hold little sister
rush tonight from 7:30 to 11. Floridas
newest fraternity invites all UF women to
come by and meet the brothers. Call Oliver
at 373-0553 or Jerry at 392-8205 for more
information.
UF Young Domocrats: will hold election
of officers tonight at 7:30 in room 2342 of
Building A. Only those who have attended a
previous meeting this quarter and paid their
dues may vote in the elections.
Isroall Folk Dancing: Hillel Student
Center sponsors beginning and intermediate
instruction, plus request dancing, tonight at
8:15 at the center, 16 NW 18th St. Admis Admission
sion Admission is 50 cents for members and 75 cents for
non-members.
"An Evonlng of Yiddish Culturo":
Hillel Student Center features stories, songs,
jokes using Yiddish and Yinglish idiom to
capture the soul of Eastern European Jewish
culture. Come to the center. 16 NW 18th St.,
tonight at 7.
Fro# Jazz Concart: Jimmy Owens Plus
will perform tonight at 8 at the Santa Fe
Community College Auditorium. The con concert
cert concert is co-sponsored by a grant from the Fine
Arts Council of Florida, the National En Endowment
dowment Endowment for the Arts and the Southern Arts
Foundation.
Moranotha Cantor: will have its Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night meeting tonight at 7 at the center,
401 SW 13th St.

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12

. alligator, thursdcry, October 11, 1979

Few show for election
of Arts, Sciences council

By David Dahl
Alligator Staff Writer
than 2.5 percent of the students Higi
f)le to vote turned out Wednesday to elect 10
new representatives to the College of Liberal
Arts and Sciences Council.
1 he 40-member college council, a de facto
local government that controls $32,000 m
student fee money each year, is scheduled to
meet today to approve the following newly
elected council members:
Robert Ba ron, William Carter, William
Cummings, Karen I/*wis, Lisa Monk, Darla
Nelson, Ken Orbach, Laurie von Wald,
Douglas Workman, and either Marjorie
Cwynn or Nancie Jackson, who tied for tin tintenth
tenth tintenth seat Wednesday, The winners will
represent lUF and 2UF students.
Though only 120 of more than 5,000

Hub bomb threat no big deal

By Ragina Jackson
Alligator Staff Writer
There was a bomb threat at the Hub
Wednesday afternoon but few people
bothered to even leave the building.
There was no (sound) alarm, said one
employee, who chose to leave tin- building
after an optional evacuation was announced
If someone hadn't come by and told us, we
wouldnt have known
UF policy stops short of requiring
evacuation for all bomb threats, spokesman
Hugh Cunningham said Wednesday. UF
police decide the seriousness of a particular
threat on a ease-by-case basis.
So when the telephone rang Wednesday
and the jocular-sounding caller spoke over

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bothered to vote yesterday, council President
Frank Congnor called the turnout ex
cellent."
"Considering the newness of the organiza organization
tion organization and in general the low voter turnout in
the past, I consider this an excellent show showing,.
ing,. showing,. Congnor said.
Formed after the merger of the old College
of Arts and Sciences and University College
three years ago, the 40-memlxT Ihmlv is one
of I 8 college councils at UF".
The councils received $82,500 total from
the Activity and Service Fee Advisory Com Committee
mittee Committee this year. Board of College Councils
President Steve Lyons said The lil>eral arts
and sciences council, which represents 51
percent of the UF student body, received ap approximately
proximately approximately $32,000, Lyons said.

strains of fnusic and laughter, UF police left
the decision of whether to evacuate up to
personnel director Bob Button
I told mv employees they could make
their own decision. Button said. An an announcement
nouncement announcement was made over the public
address system in the- building, and others
were notified by phone or verbally. Few
workers actually left.
Meanwhile, students continued to enter the
Hub without warning of the bomb threat.
Cunningham said for a serious threat
police would have informed anyone entering
the building, but police assessed the
situation and didnt consider it a serious
threat.
He said police decide whether to order
evacuation, a policy designed to discourage
pranksters.

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By Pat Cavanaugh
Alligator Staff Writer
A UF doctor who routinely photographs
patients during surgery has offered a SI,OOO
reward for the return of his stolen camera
even though the camera cost only S4OO in the
first place.
Dr. Robert Bright, an orthopedic surgeon
at Shands leaching Hospital, used his
Minolta 35 nnn camera during an operation
Oct. 2. But the camera was stolen sometime
after the operation along with its roll of film
that contained shots from four recent
surgeries.
Bright said he uses the camera for teaching
purposes and for protection against possible
malpractice suits He called the film in the
Minolta irreplaceable.
I know that the camera is worth only
about S4OO and most likely less than that to

Hayden cancels tonight's speech

Political activist Tom Hayden has can cancelled
celled cancelled his Thursday evening speaking
engagement. Accent 79 officials said
Wednesday.
Hayden is scheduled to appear Friday
morning on NBCs "Today" show in New
York City, and limited flight connections
would have made it difficult for him to reach

Mazzo trial continues in Jamaica

The trial of William Mazzo, a Gainesville
businessman arrested two weeks ago in
Jamaica and charged with attempting to
smuggle a ton of marijuana off the island,
will continue bxlay in Jamaican court.
Mazzo, 31, two other Americans and three
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someone trying to pawn it, Bright sai.f
Wednesday. "But Im offering $ 1,000 forth
camera with film intact.
A Shands surgeon for more than five year
Bright said other surgeons use photography,
too. Kverybody owns a camera up here. We
take photographs of people coming into the
emergency r "Ive been taking photos for 10 or 15 years
and Ive even used them in malpractice
suits," he said.

New York in time.
Upcoming Accent speakers include
author/playwright Tennessee Williams on
Oct. 31, astronaut Walter Schirra on Nov.
14, and Coretta Scott King, widow of civil
rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, on
Nov. 28.

thern northern side of the island.
The American Embassy in Jamaica would
make no comment Wednesday on the trial.
Mazzo and the other alleged smugglers
were placed in jail without bond following
the arrest, said embassy spokesman H.L.
Orr. Mazzo has retained a Jamaican lawyer
for the trial, Orr added.

13



14

l, alligator, thursday, October 11, 1979

State orders insurance hike

y Denise Braziel
Alligator Staff Writer
Persons ages 25 and under will Ik* the
primary targets of an order from state In Insurance
surance Insurance Commissioner Bill Gunter striking
marital status and sex from the present
system of determining automobile insurance
rates.
Young females rates will increase, while
the rates of young males will drop, said
Allstate Insurance Co. spokesman Eugene
Klompus. Young married couples, previous previously
ly previously enjoying reduced rates, also will see a rate
hike, Klompus said.
The d irector of UKs Florida Insurance
Hesearch Onter, David Nye, said insurance
companies could challenge the order in
court, but added he hopes the companies will
have to develop new plans for determining
rates
Nye said new plans could directly reflect

UFfamily insurance cost up

By David Dahl
Alligator Staff Writer
Because of increased returns on insurance
claims last year, UKs married students will
pay an average of 30 percent more* this year
for their insurance.
Bill Cross, UF assistant director of ac activities,
tivities, activities, said 204 UF student families last
vear paid $03,000 for the UF family in insurance
surance insurance plan, but more than $123,000 was
paid out in claims. This 95 percent increase,
called the experience rating" by insurance
exjMrts, determines the following years
insurance rates, he said.
Cross said UF has a historically high
"experience rating.
Three-member families will suffer the
largest increase, a rise from $253 last year to
$395 this year. A single parent and child will

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stead instead of relying on the present indirect deter determinants
minants determinants He said three states North
Carolina, Massachusetts and Hawaii have
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Insurance Department spokesman David
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pay sl2 more this year. Families with one
student and a spouse will pay $53 more this
year.
The broad coverage, which 3,b()0 students
used last year, increased from sll3 last year
to $1 16 this vear
Cross said about 9,000 UF students take
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under contract by the Scarborough In Insurance
surance Insurance Agency of Gainesville. The rates are
much lower than other insurance companies.
Cross said, though Scarborough was the only
company to bid for the UF contract last vear.
Cross said Scarborough has served UF for
four years. Before that. Blur* Cross offered
policies to UF students.
"This UF' contract is not the most lucrative
in the world because of the high experience
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By Jayne Thompson
Alligator Staff Writer
A St Augustine La Maze birth instructor, who claimed
th.it competing doctors delil>eratelv were prohibiting her
from attaining a midwife license, won a precedent-setting
legal battle Wednesday when a judge ruled the Florida licen licensing
sing licensing law unconstitutional.
( arolle Bava, 32. was charged by local gynecologists and
prosecutors with practicing midwifery without a license. A
1931 state law requires-a midwife applicant to have at least
I S deliveries witnessed by a licensed physician. Bava had
claimed that doctors had banded together to put her out of
business by refusing to back up her home deliveries.
In a six-page ruling. Judge Hichard Watson said the old
law was unconstitutional because it unlawfully delegated
legislative powers to doctors and the State Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services. This, Watson said, is a
violation of separation of jxtwers.
We took the position that the Legislature had delegated
to HRS and to physicians the responsibility for licensing
midwives without sufficient guidelines, said Larry Turner,
Bayas attorney.
Watson also said the law was t vague* because it violated
the state Constitution on due process of law.
Bava said she was "excited and relieved" by Watsons
ruling, but there were times during the last seven weeks
that I have been very down, mainly from not knowing exact exactly
ly exactly what the ruling would be* and when it would come and
how it would affect me and the other midwives in this state.
In the charges against her, the doctors claimed that pro problems
blems problems arose over several of Bayas home deliveries in which
the patients had to have emergency-room treatment.
In a Feb. 5 subpoena served on the custodian of records at
St Augustine General Hospital, the report states that the
medical records of three deliveries in which Bava acted as
midwife indicated all three mothers and babies required
some hospital care and assistance either through surgery or
emergency-room treatment.
In her defense. Turner had contended that the reluctance
to assist was motivated by a desire on the part of the doctors
to reduce competition for obstetrics work in a county with
t(x> many obstetricians.
Assistant state attorney Robert Mathis said the decision to
appeal the ruling will lx* left up to the state Attorney
Generals office and HRS.
Mathis said he did not know whether Watsons ruling
would apply throughout the state, or would lx- limited to the
7th judicial Circuit.
Police arrest UF law grad
on drug possession charges
A 1975 UF law schcx>l graduate and member of the
Florida bar was arrested on multiple drug charges Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday after Alachua County drug agents searched his
Gainesville home.
Benjie Sperling, 2231 NW 46th St., was arrester! and
charged with possession of approximately one ounce of co cocaine,
caine, cocaine, 50 quaaludes and one pound of marijuana, said Lt.
Clint McGraw.
Sperling was bked into the Alachua County Detention
Center Wednesday without bond.

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Supposedly, its a daily occurrence that 60 percent of all
dentist-visiting Americans sooner or later suffer through.
But that didnt make me feel any better when I got the call
from the dentists office.
"After looking at your X-rays, a soft-voiced receptionist
explained, the doctor thinks you should come in to have
sour w isdom teeth extracted.
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1 wo weeks to think about the* pain, but instead I thought of
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be.
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going to get . the dentist joked
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laugh as 1 leaned hack in the hills
rec lining, but terribh lightening
chair.
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slurred through an already novo novocained
cained novocained mouth. Tin really
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pictures-' I questloued
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might forget to take the pictures 11 von do I II
i>e sure,t<> remind \on though
bne it to me' I said as I Iqmls grasped the
shutter relc ases and slipped deeper into the
chair.
After lie injected what I later, learned to be
\ alium in my arm, the whole situation was a
lot easier to handle. It was over in what seemed
to Ik* 1 5 minutes (actually 112 hours). I felt no
pain and I didnt forget to take the 1 pictures.
The horror stories were certainly exag
gerated. Some soreness and annnving bleeding
made that night and the next das uncomfor
table. But it was well worth it to he rid of four
teeth that were crowding my mouth and c ould
have caused more serious problems in the thefuture.
future. thefuture.
It surels wasnt as bad as I was told it would
be and it wasnt NEAKI -V as bad as it I.()()KS'

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Swamps help sewage bills

y Michael Millar
Alligator Writer
Florida s famous cypress swamps soon
may be absorbing much of the states human
waste, as well as much of the skyrocketing
cost of treating it, a current UK research
project indicates.
The ecological balance of the domes does
not seem to lx* upset by the process. said
Katherine Ewcl, co-director of the project,
adding. A secondary benefit of the meth is that the sewage stimulates the growth of
the cypress trees.
The study, conducted since 1973 with
grants from the National Science and
Rockefeller Foundations, is in progress at the
Whitney Mobile Home Park north of
Gainesville.
The sewage is treater! and piped to a
nearby cypress swamp called a dome"
because the taller trees are at the center
where it gathers until it can filter down to the
underlying water table.
Ewel estimates that the cost of the
called cypress wetlands filtration method of
advanced waste water treatment would lx*
one-third to one half that of its artificial
equivalent.
The Florida Department of En Environmental
vironmental Environmental Regulation has already ac accepter!
cepter! accepter! our methrxl as tertiary treatment,
F'wel said, although she expects that the
department will handle such projects on an
individual basis.
While the methrxl would lx* impractical

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for cities that are large* or far from wetland
areas, F.wel said the program may lx* the
only recourse for small towns like Waldo
which havent yet met federal guidelines for
advanced, or secondary, wastewater
treatment.
Ron Ferland, environmental engineer for
the Alachua Cxxinty Pollution Ointrol
Department, said specific changes in the
living organisms of the cypress domes, or
swamps, would take place due to the influx
of the effluent. He said probably there will be
fewer fish, but more birds and insects as well
as more plants.
Ferland agreed with Flwel that thc-se
changes probably would not lx* harmful in
the long run if kept to a minimum, but he
raised the question that certain bacteria
"encouraged" by the sewage indirectly could
affect the trees.
"Natural sewage treatment is not a new
idea," said. For instance, many Asian
countries have Ixen collecting night soil
and spreading it on their rice paddies for
years."
According to Dr. Howard Odum, UF
systems ecologist and founder of the project,
the cypress swamps in Alachua County alone
cou|d accommodate tlx* waste of at least 2
million people.
But F.wel thinks tlx* method will have
much more limited application.
As much as one-third of Floridas sewage
could lx* treated in this way, she said, but
not more than 10 percent of the countrys."

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alligator. Thursday, October 11, 1979,

Motorcycle
fatalities up
28 percent
in Florida
y Pat Cavanaugh
Alligator Staff Writer
Florida motorcycle
fatalities are up 28 percent
this year, and Florida
Highway Patrol officials
attribute the deaths to ex excessive
cessive excessive sjjeeds and an in increase
crease increase in cycle rulers.
I otals so far this year show
142 motorcyclists killed in
Florida, as compared to 1 I I
for the same period in 1978.
One fatality has been
reported in Alachua (bounty
since January.
Officials for the Depart Department
ment Department of Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles said most
fatalities are caused by ex excessive
cessive excessive speeds.
Col. Eldredgc Beach.
|>atrol director, said many
motorcyclists are killed
because they do not make
themselves visible to
automobiles.
"The cyclist needs to make
sure the car can see him.
Reducing speeds where ac accidents
cidents accidents are likely to occur,
such as intersections and side
streets, could save a lot of
lives. Beach said.
Fatality increases L*ould
also lx* attributed to an
increase in cycle drivers.
Motorcycle registration in
the 1978-79 fiscal year
showed a 16,145 increase
compared to 1977-78.
Time adds
$20,000
to UF fund
The (College of Journalism
and Communications
Wednesday announced a
$20,000 contribution to its
minority scholarship pro program
gram program from Time, Inc.
The grant reportedly will
enable the college to expand
the minority scholarship pro program
gram program from $30,000 last year
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Inside

Just two wild
and crazy girls

Editor's Noto: There's going to bo on
Amo tour Comody Night this Saturday
at 8 p.m. at the Oranga and Brow,
whora ovary col log la to Bob Hopo and
Phyllis Dll lor will got tholr firs* shot at
stardom. Alligator Staff Wrltors Laura
Kolly and Sally Stewart, alas, won't
graco tho Oil stago, but thoy woro on
tho stago spring at a similar ovont
at Main Stroot Bar. Following is what
Kolly la bo Is 'Tho Caro and Foodlng of a
Comody Toam.'
By Laura Kolly
Alligator Staff Writer
When I was about 10 years old 1 realized
through a slow and graceless process that I
somehow viewed the mundane drudgeries of
life "with a touch of humor. Leading a sibling
battalion of five, I lived a situation comedy.
When 1 discovered through comparison
with friends that not everyone had a mother
who chewed tobacco, and not everyone had
a brother who dumped spaghetti from the
rf onto the Fuller Brush man, 1 decided I
couldnt single-handedly change things.
1 had two options: laugh or cry. I think
laughing is somehow more fun, and besides,
it doesnt stick your eyelashes together.
laughter has been haiWx.l as a panacea for
many ills. Dr. Raymond Moody, in his recent
bestseller, Laugh After Laugh researched the

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numerous instances of patients who have
literally laughed themselves into good
health.
Although skeptics are puzzled and have
difficulty accepting the seemingl) un unscientific
scientific unscientific explanation, Mtxxly accompanies
his long-standing folk belief in the value of
medicinal laughter with actual clinical
observations.
There are certain medical conditions in
which humor, though not specifically
curative, is widely recognized as an im important,
portant, important, healthy and desirable response. This
is strikingly evident in the use of laughter to
combat the severe psychological catastrophe
of receiving a disfiguring injury to the face.
M employ several techniques. They have a
repertoire of one-liners to introduce
themselves. They have discovered that they
can defuse the mounting tension in an
awkward social situation by opening the
conversation with a funny remark alluding
to their condition.
Mtxxly sums his bias toward this natural,
inexpensive treatment with his closing
statement: "The ability of humor to aid those
who must bear this kind of burden surely
makes it among the greatest gifts of the
human spirit.
See "Comedy"
next page

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1 ve always had my eye on greatness. Armed with Moodys
pro-humor proclamation and a willing partner, the decision
was made to explore the potential for a female journalist
comedy duo.
It was not an adventure to write home about in glowing
terms. Our reception was somewhere between the tem temperature
perature temperature of lukewarm scrambled <*ggs and day-old ice
cream.
Sigmund Freud with his tailor-made hypotheses for
every occasion and behavior stated that humor has in it
a liberating effect." My partner Sally and l translated Freud
literally and decided to talk about the things we know
college and its frustrations, men and our frustrations and
sex, the ultimate frustration.
Relying on shared experiences and two radically opposite
ethnic backgrounds middle-class Catholic and one step
below orthodox. Cucci Jewish we wrote and prayed. I
guess two rosaries and a novena werent enough. Maybe we
should have offered a sacrifice.
1 he content of the material is, of course, essential. Another
vital factor in the delivery of any comedy routine is timing.
Lucille Ball would be just another red dye No. 2 comedienne
without timing to perfect her sophisticated slapstick style. A
punch line can Ik* hopelessly lost if it is deliverer! in the
cascade of laughter from a previous joke.
Current applauded funnymen Martin Mull and Ceorge
Carlin rely heavily on timing as well as the absurdity of life
around them. When asked to define timing Mull replied,
" I iming? Oh, yeah. I think that has something to do with
wrist watches.
Comedy Night drew a crowd that jammed the tiny
cocktail tables and packed the aisles. Waitresses frantically
shuttled beer and drinks and the 15 scheduled comedy
performers nervously rehearsed their lines as the audience
grew restless and rowdy.
As Sally and I bounded onto the stage we looked at each
other as if to say, What's a nice girl like me...?
Our twelve-minute, tightly packed dialogue jumped from
our mouths. They laughed. We werent the Lily
Tomlin/Carol Burnetts we had hoped for but there was no
mention of a cane from sidestage, either. The experience was
memorable.
I still use the same name and have not been discriminated
against because of my short stage stint. One of the tellers at
my bank did look at me a bit strangely last week, though.
Maybe because my deposit slip was filled in with a magenta
crayon.
If Dr. Moodys faith in funny is credible and indeed true, I
can expect to exceed longevity records. Sally and I will have
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Although the Alice alligators escaped harpooning
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keep the dangerous critters off shore, the final andimost im important
portant important phase of the plan to save the gators has not yet
begun.
The construction of basking islands to give the alligators
somewhere else to live has not starter! because the work is a
low priority item on the UF construction list, said Noel
Lake, head of UF' buildings and grounds.
l-ake said UF officials are pressuring his department to
finish other projects such as the bandshell, and could not
speculate as to when the dirt islands would be started.
Administrative Affairs Assistant Vice President Gerald
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problem.
The danger of alligators has existed for 50 years, Schaf Schaffer
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could be a problem.
Although other parts of the plan are already working and
theres no imminent danger of an alligator attack, Schaffer
said he would apply the necessary pressure to have the bask basking
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UF zoology Professor John Kaufmann who devised the
plan to save the gators said students from the En Environmental
vironmental Environmental Action Group have been down at the lake cau cautioning
tioning cautioning people about feeding hungry gators and warning
signs have been posted.
I think that it is working pretty well, kaufmann said.
The most important thing in the whole program is to get
people to stop feeding the alligators. This (feeding) is bad for
people and alligators.
Kaufmann said posting fences around the lake and condi conditioning
tioning conditioning the animals to stay away from people by poking
them with sticks probably would not be necessary.
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them some place to go, he said.
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SG Cabinet adds 4
By David Dahl
Alligator Staff Writer
Four more of UF Student Body President I)oug Tuthills
cabinet appointees were approved Tuesday by the Student
Senate.
I he new cabinet appointees include Health ami Insurance
Coordinator Steve Southerland, 1 /gal Affairs (Coordinator
Margaret Carey, Research and Development (Coordinator
Roger (Colton, and Financial Affairs (Coordinator John
Seel>erger.
Cabinet appointees usually must lx* approved first by tlx*
Senate Information and Investigation (Committee, but since
the* committee continually has failed to gather a quorum to
carry on official business, the senate voted to approve the
appointees out of committee.
I'he new coordinators bring to 13 the numlx>r of Tuthill
appointees passed by the* senate. Three more positions
remain open.
Tuthill previously has been criticized by senate leaders for
failing to push his appointees through the 80-member
Student Senate. The leaders, including Senate President
Wade Johnson and Pro-tempore Mike Christie,complained
Tuthills campaign promises many of which were to lx*
implemented by the (Cabinet remain unfulfilled some five
months after his election in April.
In other business, the senate defeated a proposed
resolution which would have voiced senate opposition to
exclusionary exams given by the UF chemistry depart department.
ment. department.
The chemistry department gives an exam during the first
week of the quarter to weed exit students who lack sufficient
background.
"If people cant do this work, then why shcxild they get
into this class, said Sen. Tony Raitano, who said grading
system stinks and that the test should be given prior to the
beginning of the quarter.
The resolution, sponsored by Students for Education and
Equality Sen. Bill Lazar, was similar to a SEFC party petition
criticizing the exams.
The senate also gave initial approval to allcxate $l,BBl
for purchasing a weekly student government page in the UF
Journal. Communications Coordinator Amy Krueger told
the senate the Journal offers a longer shelf life than other
papers in Gainesville, and is slOl less expensive a week than
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More coal may put
Keys under water
By Danis* Brazlal
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l he cherished Florida Keys anti other low-lving areas of
Florida may Ik* lost under water if the current switch-over to
coal-fired power continues, a prominent UK research pro professor
fessor professor predicts.
The fltKKiing would Ik* the result of increasing levels of
carbon dioxide in the atmosphere that could melt the polar
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years, it is "a possibility that has to be investigated, said
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from campus in Dewberry coll 472-3757
M alter 4 00pm T-Th after 5 30pm
10 11-4 2
female roommate I bdrm opt close to com
pus 2 blks off unw ave *!00/mo plus 1/2
utilities clean! 203 nw 15th st apt 2
904 394 4290 10-15 5 7
need FEMALE to shore 2br 2 both wind
meadows opt 95/mo 4- 1/4 utilities pool,
suona. gym. bus route 377-0323 keep trying
10 12 4-2
t/2blk Irom campus-mole roommate
wonted to share one bdrm furnished dpt
*loo/month + util 1236 sw 4th ave
373-1813 keep trying 10 11-3-2
HEIPI I NEED A PLACE TO LIVE own room a
must perler female call 375 3632 or
372 2417 ASAP! 11 10-15-5 2

ROOMMATE
roommate needed to shore 3 bedroom
house with 7 vetermory students/coll alter
spm 378-4303 10-1662
7 roommates needed lor 3br opt 7 blocks
from campus 66 67 per mo Ist ond lost call
Som ol 378-1646 101662
female New nw home JI2O/mnth. 1/3 utl
oct 15 coll Nancy or Corol onytime 373 7105
10165 2
remote roommate lor Stoneridge opts own
room m three bedroom townhouse coll
373 8708 alter 4 00 10-12 3 2
nonsmoking female roommate, wanted to
shore a 3-bedrm twnhoute condo own room
1/3 utility no lease many astro* 378 5618
1017 62
roommate Needed Lorge Troiler Neor Com
pus *B7 50 mo 4 1/2 util See Bill alter 5
lot 33 3530 sw 24th ave Pinehuryt Trailer pk
10-12 2 2
1 block Irom campul *BS o month need a
clean considerate person your own room in
o portly furnished house coll 375 4091 AN
DY 101632
*BO/mth 10 ocres 15 min to UF libel rmmt#
own room in spocious trailer central heot
pets ok shore 1/2 util coll Mike 495 9050
alter 6pm 10-12 2 2
Cleon, considerot# female lor btorsd new
2 bdrm twnhoute, beautifully furnished
SW orea, oil astro*. 98 00 8 utilities coll
374 4341
roommate wonted own bedroom in large
house 1/4 bills beautiful orea, lorge
yard, SUNDfCK 8 POOL coll marly
372 1610 1011-2 2
roommate wonted to share 1 bdrm, turn
opt neor compus, quiet oreo 110 50 mo
4 1/2 util & deposit Jim 374 4522
10 112 2
FEMALF WANTED FOR 2bdrm 2bth LAKESIDE
HOME Cll 377 1570 10-10-5-2
Ibr ovlbl in 2br apt first lost tec 1/2 util
good location olympio apts coll 377 4960
10 12 5-2
FOR SALE
like new, hp 29c with extra bot charger
magnavo* odyssey 2 with many game car
tndges eiectnc typewriter call Steve
375-2030 10 16 5 4
Akai 1730 d%% 4 chan reel to reel 2 new
Bore 301 spky BIC 901 trn(|il w/ M 95
shurecart. Flogon 400 beer miser plus
more all
.n great shape 377 6505 1017 5 4
Green shog rug + podding. 15*20 $75 2
green twin bedspreds $5 eoch all in good
condition 373 9739 10-11 2 4
stereo am/fm reciever 8 track ploy record
remote cont bv turntable 2 speakers quas
bo* must sellM very neg Mike 373-1428
10-16 5 4
MIOKXOMPUTFRS Apple II TR$ 80
North Star PET OSI Compucolor
T199/4 Software Classes Help
Books PARTS Mirco User Meeting
Computer Systems Resources Inc In
Butler Plaza II Phone 37 MICRO
12 7 39 4
pioneer 5*424 receiver (50 watts/channel, 4
channel). 12155 dual table w/ technics car
tndge. york IV speakers (Bohm, 30 watts)
$250 or best offer Cindy 373 1589 10 12 2 4
10 SPEED BIKE FOR SALE CAU CATHY
378-0281 After 5 o'clock ASKING 45 dollars
10-15 3 4
Yard sole sun oct 14 llam-spm 1101 nw
43rd ave stereo, tv, ac wiker furniture and
more Follow signs of n 13th st ond off n
6th st 10-12-2-4
kenmore vocuum, upright,wt floor and
other attachments perfect condition com
plete, SSO coll 375-1306 after 5 00pm
10-11-1-4
22h/w 11 ST

FOR SALE
TYPEWRITER Royol 690 OHice Modal Ex
cellent condition *125 378-1624 offer 6pm
10163 4
TECHNICS STEREO cossetta deck w/dolby in
excellent condition *125 coll 376 3260
10163-4
duol 1226 tutntobl# Great condition Ask
mg *9O 00 cokk 377-0034 between 5 ond 7
ask for Sion 10-163-4
Twin Bed for sole Motrest bo spring ond
frome-01l for *3O coll after I 00pm ph
377 2611 osk for moddy 10 12 2 4
EXOTIC BIRD Patogonion Conura with
coga Only *95 must sail coll 378 9796
10-15 3 4
SPEAR GUN Bond, Heavy duty but light
Brood new, must selll Asking *IOO coll
378 0858 osk for Todd 10.11) 4
BANJO new w/ cose *lls AIRBRUSH
posche AB Best there is *lls 64 CHEVY in inspected
spected inspected runs *l5O 37 6 7296 10-12-2-4
BRAND New pioneer ert 900 cassette deck
full warranty florescan meters, 3 heodv
micro processor, solenoid *350 374 8510
10-1664
Technics 5a5160 receiver with powermeter*
25 won per channel asking *l7O or best of
lei call 378 3782 osk for glenn canwork o
deal 10 16 5-4
NUDE 35 w/rms JVC receiver, belt turn turntoble
toble turntoble good timing light, large table call
offer 2pm 377 2930 nice sounds' 10-165-4
UPRIGHT PIANO for sole must socrifice
*2500 00 or best offer coll 378-0673 even evenings
ings evenings keep trying 10-16 64
72 Toyoto, 22 25 mpg. outo, rodiqls moke
offer, also dropes, rugs, lawn mower,
chairs wosher 372-6630 after 7, MUST
SEU 10-1254
1979 Bobcat Hatchback 4 speed, air,
power steering & brakes, am radio.ex
ceilent condition, *2500 376 7833 after 5
378 8166 10-19-10 5
2 door refriqerator/tree/er. very clean call
Ron (after 5) at 3766509 first person with
$l3O OOtokes itl 10-12 4 4
boo constrictor mole snoke! best offer
Clubs earn extra money beautiful glo/ed
animal candles at cost Wonted portable
dishwasher Corol 378 7514 or 377-6610
10-12 4 4
lor Sole 15,000 BTU air-conditoner. Ex
ceilent Working Con *125.00 Firm Pleose
call 373 7770 evenings 10-15-5 4
Sherwood Stereo Receiver 20 watts per
channel $75 Acouslrc Boss Amp with
Fender cabinet *lB5 call 377 8303
10-165-4
Chrome 4 Gloss Dinnette Set large glass top
with four soft gold chotrs excellent shape
first Offer at 275 00 coll 377 3007 or
377 8929 10 16 5 4
somo 10-speed good condition SBS coll
378 8559 or osk for John at GPA 4412
10 11 3 4
OEEA
TUES. thru SAT
STUDENT
RUSH
Starting at 8 05 p m.
Tues.-Thurs., Students
with Current Fee Cards
can purchase remaining
seats at 2-for-1 Price
at the door ONLY!
Comedy
TONIGHT!
scan design shop
SLY
FOX
I Tickets on MlTnoDTl
at Rebi Discount & I
Hippodrome

Catch cablegator classifieds
on Cable channel 6
7:30 am.. 1:30. 5.30. 7:30 pm.

FOR SALE
DOUBLE BED FOR SALE *3O FIRM FOAM
MATTRESS CALL 3761759 AFTER 12 NOON
10-11 -3-4
Neorty new Morontz omp 60 w/ch, war warranty.
ranty. warranty. *175 Scotch Fe-Cr C-90's *2 50
Roodsto' booster 25 w/ch *35 475-1612
Mike 1011-3 4
LIGHT STICKS For gotor Growl ond
Halloween 801 l*l 50 eoch Qty discounts
coll after 6 or weekends 373-3134
10 1664
PUPPIES German Sheperd Porents ore
guord dogs 378-9353 10-165-4
full size bed never used *7O 00 still m
plastic twin size bed, never used *65 00
still in plastic coll 378 3415 or 373-7696
10-16 5 4
good used bikes for sale ten speeds 8 4 3
speeds 373 1750 keep trying until 12 mid midnight
night midnight 10-12-10-4
MICRO COMPUTERS! We slock Ohio. Scien Scientific.
tific. Scientific. TI Atari Apple, 4 Compucolor
Pertphuals for TRS-80 Sound Ideas 2201
NW 13th St 378-0192 12 7-52 4
THREE CAMERAS FOR SALE NIKON,
MINOLTA KONICA 372 7299 1017-104
MOTORCYCLE triumph cc good condition
*9OO 375-8413 after 5 10-11 5-4

Beds, Beds, Beds,
King Size Set $129
Queen Size 5et.... 5100
Full Size Set S7O
Twin Size Set $65
Bud's One-Half Price Bedding
2478 N. Main St.
K-Mart Shopping Center
378-3415 373-7696
rznawi STARTS
jhShljiAfelifalrul TOMORROW
Call Theatre For Movie Times
w ,uss
LAVONIAs
problem BH
is nothing...\ B
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LAMAR's!
Lem STARRING
Kitten LAVONIA Natividad
ano Ken LAMAR Kerr
Also Starring

FOR SALE
IF YOU'RE A ROCKER reod on huge boss
cabinet *l5O. Fender Boatman amp
w/cabinet, *225 firm. 373-5135, lOom lOom-spm
-spm lOom-spm 1011-5-4
Sony, Onkyo, Technics. Aiwa, Hafler,
Morontz, Jenten, Epicure, 4 more of
lowest prices of SOUND IDEAS 2201 NW
13th St 378-0192 12-7-52-4
DISCOUNT HIFI 722 S Main. The Red Bldg
Every motor brand. Lowest price. Open
11- WERE CHEAPER 375-8363
12- 52-4
ALTOS
mercedes classic 69 280 tel new paint,
new engine, new radials perfect condi condition
tion condition socrifice best offer 377-7467 1016-4-5
volkswogen 69 *495 good on gas can be
seen at 1600 nw 4th ave ph. 377-4884 any
time 1011-5-5
BREAKFAST at
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Mon-Fri 't 't
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ALTOS
9>rrl LTD 53 000 mi power steering and
tinted windowsFM & tape ployer
great 376-0549 $450 or best otter
Kwk Skylark 57000 mi new paint
stereo must see to believe
$950 or best oHer call Stan 374 4076
155
pontioc sunbird automotirV6 ac brown
stripe polyglycoat SSOO (or best ot
8 take over pymts 375 8773 evenings
10-16-5-5
mileage $2,400 378 3323 (ask for Kim)
after 6pm (local no G'ville)
H 655
(grand torino s w top cond low miles
cb pioneer stereo amfm cassette trior
spkrs pa system new tires air alt
Kpts beautiful" S2IOO 378 3241
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1.. .. Local Merchants Are: c _.
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I Most Credit Unions AAA Motor Club Santa FeC.C.
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MIDNITE SHOW SPECIAL 2 for 1- Buy your ticket Erl. tor either show, hr hring
ing hring beck your stub Set. & see the other mlnlte shew for FRf 111! |

SERVICES
FRfE TUTORING for most undergroduote
dosses ts available to all UF students
Sign-up at the Srgma Tou Sigma office in
room 129 Tigert Hall 11 16 29 6
RECYCLED BICYCLES BICYCLE REPAIR w
repair all types of bicycles in any cond
free estimates 805 W University Ave
372 4890
A hole in your pants, no needle and threod
coll Nera at her Clothes Repair 22 nw 21 st
377 8938 10-15-5-6
TYPING
," 1219 W University Ave
(One Block from Compus)
3789353
12 7 40 6
YOU can eorn extremely high profits in a
sholesale tewelry co expanding nation
wide Full or port time scholarships ore
available Will train Coll for an appoint appointment
ment appointment 6-9 pm 377 0964 10-16-5-6

SERVICES
Professional Typing K Secretarial Service
COMPOSITION CLASSICS 376 8815
(code)
MOVING Need Help I hove the TRUCK K
equip Reasonable Rates for info $ free
estimate coll Mov'n Tom at 378 5957
10 16 15-6
SCUBA RELAX AT ALLENS 1 IN A PRIVATE
CLASSROOM WITH PROFESSIONAL IN
STRUCTORS 8 VISUAL AIDS DESIGNED
ESPECIALLY FOR THE LATEST IN SCUBA IN
STRUCTION CLASSES START WED SEPT 26
OR TUES OCT 9 OR MON OCT 22 5 WEEK
COURSE INTERNAT LIFETIME CERT OPEN
WATER DIVES OPTIONAL NIGHT DIVE 8
SEAFOOO PARTY TOP OF THE LINE EQUIP
MENT PROVIDED PRIVATE OLYMPIC SIZE
HEATED POOL JOIN TOM ALLEN CO HOST
OF T VS WILD KINGOOM 8 HIS PROFES
SIONAI INSTRUCTORS 18 YEARS TEACHING
EXP TREAT YOURSELF TO THE BESTi ALLENS
AQUATIC 8 TRAIL CENTER WESTGAU SHOP
CENT 348 UNIV 373 9233 HOURS M SAT
9-8 10 22 21 6

SERVICES
IMPROVE YOUR GRAMS'
tend $1 00 for your 306 page catalog of
collegiate reeoch 10 250 topici litied
Box 25097 G lot Angelet Californio
90025(213)477 8226 111 3 24-6
SLEEPY HOLLOW Boarding Stoblet 8
Ridmg Acodemy Drettage huntteot
ttodium cratt country Jump! 8 tradt
Hortet looted by month 375 8080 466 3224
12 7 51 6
Student mini ttoroge comportment 1/4
mile from UF $8 per month coll AAA Ex
ecutive ttoroge at 377 1 771
tree korcjte dott cuong nhu karote us club
meeh m w f 5 30 7 00 boteniem Ita gym
an intro to cuong nhu ttyle and
philoiophy 10 19 146
PLANNING A PARTY coll DC Ditto, I've
got everything but the beer 372 7366
anytime Dennit I tpeciali/e m emergency
tervice 12 4 42.6
PROFESSIONAL TYPING
Recorded on IBM Mag Cardt
Katherine B Williamt
376 3768 12 745 6
Typing fatt accurate dependable low
ratet cql| 378 8055 after .3 00 pm anytime
onweekendt 10 17 10-6
LEARN TO RIDE I on well trained purebred
Arabian horte 7mi to of Us on 441 Call
the Arabian Riding School for detailt
466 3623 10 18 10-6
NEED HELP 7 experienced tutor in general
chemittry ond algebra ond trig
reatonable ra'et flexible hourt 372 4746
10-11-56
Hortet Boarded tmall beoutiful form
w/complete h/| 8 combined if foolitiet mi
of troilt ex care hauling more $55 mo up
48! 2026 ofter 9pm 1015 15 6
HYPNOSIS belpt people attain goalt t>y
aiding any mentol 8 pbyticol ability ttudy
mg/confide nee-athletic! Don Pratt,
Director 373 3059 12 7 52 6
FREE PREGNANCY TEST roll BIRTHRIGHT
377 4947 12 7 52 2
BEAT THE HEAT wiih SOLAR X window tmt
on your cor, truck or van Slopt fading
givet more pnvocy Cell 372 2232
1016 5-6
TUTORITJG BY GRAD STUDENT IN MATH OR
STAT CAU 372 0653 OR 373 4568 10 16 5 6
Profettional Typing 8 secretarial Service
COMPOSITION CLASSICS 376 8815
10-26-12 6
EXPERT TYPIST IBM CORR SELECTRIC PRO
FESSIONAL 8 REASONABLE loit 377 0528
10 17 5-6
WA\TED
Wanted lodiet H) speed BIKE 26'' for tall
perton Will priy up to sixty dollart depen
ding on condition 375-2907 keep trying
1016-5-7
wanted tickyl to the tulto game will pay for
11 or trade i' for a goinetville vt Honda state
call Cindy 292 9687 ofter 9pm 1012 3 7
Wanted Need desperately tickets to Flo
Ala gam ! Coll 377-6250 10-12 3 7
Women detperotly 2 flo olobama eatt
stand tickets will pay good price call sue
after spm at 377-6066 10-11 2 7
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Pi $8 CITIZENS WITH AMC CANO 57 50 R
H TWMJTI SHOW $1 50 CNN.OPEN $1 50 H
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CIRCLE OF IRON C
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7:3u tint., j :30 % 0:30, 7:30 pm.

SYAIMTED
GCXD 8 SILVER
Clast rings Jewelry Gems Cash or Trade
OZZIf 2001 NW 43rd it 3739243
12 7-52 7
CASH for Gold Sterling, Diomonds
Jewelry, ctoti rmgt Coins, Dental gold
Will visit your home anywhere 475 1089
Mr Rittman 12-7-52-7
Urgent I need 2 tickets to the Us FSU gome
coll 376 5970 10 15 5 7
Desperately need 3 tickets for homecoming
footboll gome will pay any reasonable
amount Please coll Jane ot 373 5324
10 113 7
Wonted 4th ed of Fundamentals of Alg
and trig by Swokowtk. and/or Moc 1132
Student Guide Please call Jill 373 7030
10 113 7
one (I) Kentucky student ticket need it now
Pleote coll Clay o' 374 4184 after 5 30
10 16 5 7
LANDLORD PROBLEMS?
You Hov certain vaioabi legal rights
urvir Florida.* landlord Tor>ont Act Return
of serurity deposit leases repairs,
landlords obligations rent increases evir
Non termination of lease are jus* some of
the rights you need to know about
CONSULTATION sl2 00
Reasnonable Fees alt legal services
Mark 4. kanfau
Altonipv At Law
209 NW 10 Av* 376-1011
iai7 5 7
I need 4 student tickets for the homecoming
game will pay going rate call 373 4416 or
376 4951 10 17 5 7
WANTED' ALABAMA TICKETS Call 375 1306
ofter 5 00 10-11-17
WANTED Gome Tickets flo FSU. Fla Ga
call collert (904)744 9518 eves
(904 >-396 9814 days 10 1117
HELP WAIVTED
PARTTIME NIGHTS dependable persons opp
ly in person only to In'N'Out Hamburgers
mom office 607 Nf Ist St 378-6797
10-26 12-8
COUNSELORS WANTFD
Foe new residential program focusing on
developing Independent living 8 |Ob skills
for adolescents
CCXJNSELING SUPERVISOR
Requires Master's degree, experemce
working with odolescents 8 clinical supervi
sion experience
YCXJTH COUNSELORS
Require BA experience working with
odolescents preferred
PEER COUNSELORS
For youuth aged 16-18 Reply toP O Box
13133 University Station 32604 10-12 2 8

WIN
JIMMY BUFFETT
TICKETS & FREE
CARIBBEAN CRUISE
Each participating merchant
in conjunction with
Gainesville
L v will be giving away
% *1 1 4 JIMMY BUFFETT TICKETS
U and a chance to wm a FREE
/f 1 vM WINDJAMMER CRUISE
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alligator, thursdoy, October 11, 1979,

HELP WANTED
Writer tor Preventive Heolth Care Course
Port lime Send resume with experience
to Box 13435 University Station 10-11-5-8
secretory thorp pertoabie. general office
ond advertising experience prefer ed call
Mr Benson for an appointment 376 4482
EOE iai2S
Port Tim# Help Wanted Great Southern
Musk Holl Theatre Apply between 400
6 00pm Apply in person 10-12-5-8
still moving dance co needs persons to sell
prograrh advertising own hours 20S com
mission 376 0808 ask for Gail keep trying
exp helpful IOTS-5 #
mechanically inclined person to clerk 8 rent
skates for more info 376 8467 1 016 5 8
Racquet Stringer engraver lettering, tales
experience detireoble. Apply in person
1012 3 8
FANTASTIC OPPORTUNITY To get tn on
ground Floor of exciting new business con
cept pari time $2lO investment includes
earning course Nov 3 4 for moc information
Write GCE, F*o Box 14591 Gainesville, FI
32604 10 15 3 8
SOCIAL WORKER'FAMILY COUNSELOR to
provide family conteling for odolescents
and their families participating in o court
diversion program Requires Master's
degree ond minimum one yeor family con conj,
j, conj, telmg experience Call Vicki 375 5999
iai22B
I £3Oor I
Ift MPUN 41§t
| educational center I
STEREO CLEAdAbef H6U&E
HAS LOWEST STEREO
Pioneer (X7BB Receiver 1M
Technics 5101 Turnteble 1189
AK At OXCTMO Ceceette Deck lIH
Our Free Cetsiog hes meny more aeets on
major brand*, even lower price* on our
monthly specials tneet Send now end find
out how to buy current I7N list ip for
3 89 Stereo Clearance House Dept CH43
1029 Jacoby St. Johnstown Pa 15902
Rhona Quota, 8.4-538 1811

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PERSONAL
Monotheistic DOCTRINE of Reincornotion in
the Torah, the Prophet* ond the Gospel*
Write The Troth of Itlom, PO Box 4494 Sooth
Bond, Indiana 46624 10-15-5-9
EASY MONEYI IfiMd only (A) tomp Tor
AAcDonokJ'i 550.000 tpoce in Diamond Hunt
Contest Will split winning* 375-3765 Aik for
Sonny 10-16-5-9
35mm Nikkromot Comoro with 30mm lon* in
good condition for alo 5200 pnco
negotiable coll evening* 375-4151
10-12 3 9
NEEDED one FSU ticket Will buy or trode 1
ALA coupon Coll Cindy after 6 372 1805
10-12-3 9
I JUST NEED ONE MORE to relax Do you
tend to rationolize your drinking with
itatementt like thit? Perhapt you have dis
ficulty handling when ond how you drink
for tuggetion* call the Compu* Alcohol In Information
formation Information Center at 392-1261 10-12-2-9
I The Book Gallery I
Used Books Book Findmg
I Buy-Sell-Trade I
I M Sat 10-6 Th 8. Fn 10 8 I
mON.MdnST I
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always read.
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PERSONAL
PASSPORT RESUME JOB APPIICATION
PHOTOS BEADY IN 60 SECONDS
MEDIA IMAGE
505 S. Mom St 375-1911 1D15159
WEDDING INVITATIONS One week
delivery Hundred! of ttyle Cliff Holl
Printing 1103 N Mom 376-9951 12-7 52-9
Excel* Hoir Problem* Removed foreverl
Edmund Dwyer-Regi*iered Electrologiti (28
yr* exp) Med opp'd method* Free
Anolytn ond Trial Treatment 372-8039
102 NW 2nd Ave 12 7 52-9
WADO KAI KARATE free i attraction for
(tudent* tpecial beginner clotset on com
put unce 1975 coll mike, 375-3602 or
373-0475, Hompton. 377 3329 10-15 15 9
The Reitz Union Borber ond Style Shop
feature* *even of Florida'! top ttyliitt.
wo*h ond weor ttylet for men ond women
ond the fine*! in hoir core from Jhirmack,
Redken ond Rofler Call 392 1610 for on
appointment or Hop by Mon thru Sot
Amino Pon 530 ql refill* 12-7-52 9
The gometville ortnon* guild ho* that
perfect gift over 2000 item*, all hond hondmode
mode hondmode by member* Mon-Sot IDOD 530
806 W Umv Ave 378 1383 12 7 51 9
KARATE
Block Balt Inttruction Beginner clouet be
mg formed Gomeiville School of Korote
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Luster earns team's respect
with leading performances

By Robby Reynolds
Jlikliigator Staff Writer
I When teammates and coaches talk about UF cross country
unner Curt Luster, the words consistent'* and steady*
fcivariably pop into the conversation.
I Now in his third year of running for the Gators, Luster has
finished among the leaders in every race he
on the team, taking third and second places overall.
He also has saved his best performances for the last meets
the season the ones he says really count. He moved up
rom No. 4 man to first in 1978, and from fifth to second in
Biis freshman year.
Head coach John Randolph said his star puts the effort in
day in and day out, pinpointing the reason (or Luster's
steady showings. He's the type of person a good team is
built around.
Admittedly a proven runner now. Luster got a late start in
track and cross country. He was interested more in football
land basketball while growing up in Winter Haven, Fla. A
I knee injury and his size, 5-feet-8 inches. 148 lbs., convinced
I him to stick with running his junior year of high school
Once a sprinter in junior high. Luster moved from the
I quarter mile, to the half mile, and finally to the mile and
I further on his coachs advice.
He went through what he calls some depressing times,
I SEC Statistics
RUSHING DEFENSE
Act Case
G Att Yds Avg. Aver. TD
I.Alabama 4 138 406 2.9 101,3 0.
2 -LSU 4 159 425 2J[ 106.2 1
3. Kentucky 4 178 592 3.3 148.0 3
4. Auburn 4 204 684 3.4 171.0 7
5. Miss. State 4 201 744 3.7 186.0 5
6. Florida 4 198 808 4.1 202.0 7
7.01e Miss 4 207 860 4.2 215.0 12
8. Tennessee 4 227 1032 4.5 258.0 7
9. Georgia 4 245 1102 4.5 275.5 6
I 10. Vanderbilt 4 227 1299 5.7 324.7 18
PASSING DEFENSE
Att Cmp Int Pet. Yds Aver. TD
1. Alabama 83 36 12_ 43.4 335 83. 7 1^
2. Florida 69 21 9 44.9 394 98.5 2
3. Tennessee 71 34 7 47.9 429 107.2 3
4. 93 41 6 44.1 442 110.5 JL
5. Kentucky 89 43 3 48.3 485 121.2
6. Miss. State 78 38 6 48.7 541 135.2 2
7. Georgia 73 44 5 60.3 596 149.0 5
B.Ole Miss 63 32 1 50.8 614 153.5 5
9.Vanderbilt 62 43 1 69.4 620 155.0 6
10. Auburn 100 55 5 55.0 859 214.7 5
TOTAL DEFENSE
Att Game
G Att Yds Avg. Aver. TD
1. Alabama 4 221 141 .L 35 185 2 I
2. 4 252 867 3.44 216.7 2
3. Kentucky 4 267 1077 4.0 269.2 6
4. Florida 4 267 1202 4.5 300.5 9
5. Miss. State 4 279 1285 4.6 321.2 7
6. Tennessee 4 298 1461 4.9 365.2 10
7.01e Miss 4 270 1474 5.5 368.5 17
8. Auburn 4 304 1543 5.1 385.7 12
9. Georgia 4 318 1698 5.3 424 5 11
10. Vanderbilt 4 289 1919 6.6 479.7 24
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TOTAL OFFENSE
Att Gama
G Att Yds Avg. Avar. TD
1. Alabama 4 1856 5.6 464.0 22
2. Tennessee 4 286 1650 5.8 412.5 16
3. 4 311 1577 5.1 394.2 16
4. Auburn 4 263 1544 386.0 14
3.01e Miss 4 274 1299 4.7 324.7 9
6. Vanderbilt 4 288 1292 4.5 323.0 6
7. State 4 257 1272 4.9 318.0
8. Georgia 4 246 1200 4.9 300.0 8
9. Florida 4 266 1019 3.8 254.7 2
10. 4 250 949 3.8 237.2

but said. When you first start something, you've got to
experience bad times before you reach success.*
A combination of hard work and natural talent helped
him achieve All-America status his senior year. After that
season, he listened to offers from Appalachian State. Troy
State. Duke and Cornell lief ore choosing UF for its ha I a rue
between athletics and education
My number one priority is to get an education, Luster
said. A political science major with a business management
minor, he hopes to get an administrative position with the
government or Tri-Valley Growers, a large California
cannery he worker! at this summer.
I <1 like to join a track club ami run another two or three
years, he said, then give it up after that
Lusters goals this year include qualifying for the NCAA
championships in both cross country and track, when* fie
runs the steeplechase. He hopes to finish in the top 10 in the
former. He is .also looking forward to the Furman In
vitational Cross Canintry meet Saturday.He will fie rubbing
elbows with powerhouse Tennessee ami Auburn runners.
W hen I get on that line Saturday, I hope to prove to these
people who I am, Luster said.
Judging from his previous races, those people" already
know who Luster is, ami may Ik* planning last minute
strategy to use on this UF runner. Hes likeiv Jo be with them
stride for stride.
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. . cross country runner is UF's Mr. Consistent
Counselor puts
school first
By Martin Cohen
Alligator Writer
Almost every high school football star has aspirations of
some day playing professional hall.
But statistics show that only I percent of all high school
players play college hall and just I percent of college
football players make it to the National Football league,
according to first-year Gator Academic Counselor Wright
Waters.
Waters and his assistant. Tom Hill, are not necessarily
concerned with the slim chances of a UF football player to
reach the NFL. They are more concerned with the athletes
future once his playing days are over.
Its our job to make sure they are taking 12 credits (an
NCAA requirement) and working toward some kind of
degree, Waters said.
What we want to do, besides making sure theyre going
to class, is.give them a little help, Waters said. "Like the
average student, football players are also a little confused as
to what they want to do.
We set up personality and aptitude* guides to see where
their talents lie, Waters said. "We want to take care of
them when they get here.
Although new tqUF, Waters is no rookie. He paid his dues
at Southern Mississippi, where he worked for five years
under head coach B<>l> Collins. The reason he came to UF?
Charley Pefl.
What I liked was Coach Pells dedication to recruiting
good student-athletes," Waters said. Academics is getting
to the point where its as advanced as athletic training.
But his job is more than babysitting.
Fie and Fiill operate a study hall from 8 to 10 p.m. Sunday
through Thursday. Flach player is signed up for three study
sessions a week.
An absence is like a normal school absence, except that it
must be made up at double time. After that, the player must
deal directly with Coach Pell.
"We try tr. motivate them, not threaten them. Waters
said. "Theyve been told for so long Youre dumb, but we
tell them they're not dumb and stress to them that they can
do it."
Veteran players have noticed the difference in school
emphasis.
Studying is much more regimented this year because of
coach Pells emphasis on schoolwork." said junior center
Wally Hough, an agriculture major. The study hall is quiet
and provides a better atmosphere for schoolwork. It's really
a big help."

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Orioles 5-4 over Pirates

I he Baltimore Orioles scored live runs in
the first inning and held on to defeat the Pitt
sburgh Pirates 5-4 in the first game of the
World Series Wednesday night in Baltimore.
Mike Flanagan picked up the win lor the
Orioles and got out ol a ninth inning jam bv
getting Pittsburgh slugger Wills Stargell to

Women's rugby at home

I he UF women's rugby team will attempt
to improve on last years losing season the
hard way as it battles Florida State, Sunday
at I p m. at Hume Field.
FSU, considered the toughest competition
the Lady Gators will meet this year, cap captured

Subway run scheduled

I-shirts will be awarded to all finishers in
Sunday s Subway Run, a five-mile race in
which awards will lx* given for individual
age groups.
The jaunt will start at 9 a m in the

Tennis meeting announced

M B Chafin, UF men's varsity tennis
coach, has announced a meeting lor anyone
interested in trying out for the team at 4 p.m.

Randolph to talk on training

1 fie development of training schedules will
be the topic of UF head track coach John
Randolphs talk ttxlay at the Camelot Apart

Lady golfers tie for 6th

UF lost ground while Georgia kept aflame
a fierce fire as the Lady Gators finished in a
two-way tie lor sixth place with Oklahoma
in (lie final round of the Lady Seminole In Invitational
vitational Invitational golf tournament in Tallahassee
Wednesday.
Georgia paced a field of the top southern
college women teams with a final round 295
for a three-day total 898.
UF, after a strong second round that shot
them into a tie for fourth place, succumbed
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the national tournament in Chicago this past
summer.
UP will tr\ to beat last years 9-11-1
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295 and a total ol 946.
Stacey West, who shot her best f round
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Other UP scores were British Amateur
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Chris Lebiedz 81-88-86 255.
Georgias Perry Moody won the tourney,
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alligator. thursday. october 11. 1979. 5 alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979, 3 'back in operation By Nel Gusteson Alligotor Writer The Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol (SNAP) is operating after a two-week delay caused by a funding controversy between UF administrators and Student Government officials. The conflict arose because the administration wants SG to take responsibility for SNAP, since the service is for students. said Lt. Everett Stevens of the UF police. "The administration didn't want the program, the students did, and now the students want to dump the responsibility on the administration. Having StudentGovernment start this program and fund it shows a concern for student safety. They should do their part to help students get services they feel are necessary,Sttsuens said. The program's annual funding his tx-en .problem since it begao with SG funding in 1973. SC .illiwited $5,500 this year, half of last year's allocation, i uising a near-freeze in hiring. Two years ago, the administration agreed to take over SNAP. but last year they couldn't afford the entire bill and split the cost SO-50 with SG. This year. the administration is providing 75 percent of SNAP funding, said Raul Carreras, an Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee (ASFAC) member. Stevens said SG members believe SNAP is a police function and should be funded by the administration, adding, "SNAP picks up in the public service where the police leave off." He said he couldn't estimate the number of crimes SNAP prevents, but said the escorts deter criminals iv walking around campus. From October 1978 to June 1, 1979, SNAP escorted 3,330 women, gave out information 1,496 times, provided assistance 862 times, identified 849 suspicious people, called for police assistance I10 times, and helped recover 52 items of property, Stevens said. Inter-residence Hall Association President Maureen Morehouse said many women were distressed to find SNAP not operating the first two weeks of the quarter. She also believes funding SNAP is the administration's responsibility, Morehouse said. Prof attacks Police By Be rly Bard Alligator Staff Writer A 62-year-old UF professor was so emotional over an auto accident this week that he knocked three police officers down before his arrest, a Gainesville police lieutenant said Wednesday. UF agronomy Professor George Fritz was riding his bicycle past an accident Tuesday night at Northwest 16th Avenue and 22nd Street, when he threw his bike into oxygen tanks and began attacking paramedics who were trying to free a woman from a car, Lt. Gene Owen said. Owen said Fritz came up "screaming what happened, what happened (and) they (police off icers) couldn't calm him down." The 6-foot-4-inch, 230-pound Fritz was tackled to the ground and handcuffed before police knew he was a UF professor and that his wife was the driver of one of the cars, Owen said. Fritz' neighbor was trapped in the car and his wife was sitting "passively" om the curb, he said. Owen said Fritz was arrested for "interfering with a police officer in the line of duty. "We just thought he was berserk." Owen said. "I think he was emotionally upset and we didn't know what was going on. I feel bad for him." ,AeSASS BASSSMASS BASS BASS BASS BASS.@ASS @ASS.BASS.BASS BASS* traitina 13s WeSn htmr a 4A %AAo mh e n g nd liv ms n with yturelass, clsh scarl 4 U fBass Shoe Store 4s-trs-sss-es -ss aditioal B aass Wee jun -as Watmor c as ss 4A 4 4A vi$A 4%A %Av Bass Shoe Store 1702 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE %AHARDEE PLAZA oSTORE HOURS: Mon.-r.Fi.9 8 Sat. 9-6 44 1A @AS BAS BAS@SUAS@ASBS ASSBS AS-1~ S@S ALL YOU CAN EAT! Thursday Sunday Special Special Spaghetti & Meatball SUSAN B. ANTHONY NIGHT! with bread 5 mugs of beer for I dollar $2.25 coin! PARTY TIME Mich Miller l-ite A HAPPY HOUR Schitz Dork Mich .Miller Lite Schlitz Dark 25 mug 35 mug $1 49 pitcher 1.25 pitcher Wine Cooler ALL YOU CAN EAT' Super Salad Bar 14 glass 79 pitcher 103 i r14 p to 1.69 3r nm 6T n 4 rto ch mSiq 1.99 Happy Hour Bonus Same good deal on beer & wine Mon-Wed lOpm-closing Fri 11pm-2am Try Our New In-Store Deli For FREE DELIVERY call 377-6133 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Tues Sat 830pm 130arm Now Appearing. Rhonda James Pizza and Browe 1th St. and W. Univ. Ave. Behind Librar West Mon Thurs 10 30 a m -2 a~ Friday 10 30 a m 3 a, Saturday 12 p m 3a.mn Sunday 12 p rm 12 a rm if.

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olligator, thursdy, october11 9795 Castro to speak Legionnaires' disease victim in bac Friday at U.N. F'ebruiars.ra UNITED NATIONS -Ending Snow flurries bring three days of suspense and rumor, w inter to Northeast Cuba announced Wednesday that A howling autumn snowstorm President Fidel Castro would fly buried parts of Virginia and West to New York Thursday to address Virginia in foot-deep drifts the U.N. General Assembly in his Tuesdas and swept across the new role as leader of the world's East, closing schools and highion-aligned nations. wass and starring traffic froni Federal and city security ofWashington and New York to ficials made immediate plans to New England guard against any attempt by Snow spread from the mid4anti-Castro Cuban exile terrorists Atlantic seaboard to New Mo to assassinate the bearded leader, England -with flurries dusting -i! the Western Hemisphere's top Washington and New York Citcommunist. Castro will address -ani pushed west across West the assembly On Friday. Virginia, Mar'land and Perni Aget svivania to Michigan III( In -\gel A coalition of anti-Castro sivana 1 hg ia4 groups said up to 4,000 Cubans w squalls m Marvland sarn would demonstrate outside the threatened to1)4 thefirst gariii' ig United Nations when Castro the World Series oil ice, Li.ght \ed speaks. A virtual quarantine will Inow -often mixed with ra i T be placed around the Communist was rep< Pia 'l leader. sealing off entire cits aretd in the Phila I'fhi w gran blocks from vehicles an-I area and ireiss arts f ss r pedestrians. -jerse and Delaware sser ..,DOriver fails por% Legionnaire's disease T rediscovered before taking test Spa DAVID CITY, Neb. (;ra' (C dim44 PITFSBURGH -At least 14 Kinsman ran into the wrong perthe cases of Legionnaires' disease -son Wednesday while try iig hi four of them fatal have been renew her driver's license. discovered at a veterans adMrs Kinsman, 62, Das 1id -t%, ministration hospital ald(doctors passed the written portion of thfsaid Wednesdav most of the exam and cIimbed ito her ar victims were heavy cigarette with fit examiner at a parking T smokers. plce ii roit of the Buti or ( Ilot Dr Arriold Brown head of the (o4rthouse to tak( the ro.i test. e hospital's miicrobioogy a4 1 r Sithke d t he i in o I (.if infection s disease department. 1I ri '.1 s 4m S nr II v I t o also said I I other patients are Ste i 4 4 les4 believed to have the disease Ilder 's1 t .the StAt 1 The dL5s(4c rs aime to light Amm11111ompa g \ rt'. after doctors diagnosed a4 mintial K isman. adiii4 d her 44to 444 s 1 YES, WE ACCEPT CHECKS, NO DEL BUT WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CHARGE $5 IF IT BOUNCES HOT C( SUDS HALF 6CHEESE STEAK SPECIAL .$2.10 Mushrooms. onions. peppers & cheese STEAK(Plain). .$1.55 each additional item. $ .15 Onions itimatike saui e. peppers. hot peppers, lettine & toiato .$ .20 MEATBALL (Homemade).$1.70 an Italian wet ally MEATBALL PARMIGIANA. $1.90 EGGPLANT PARMIGIANA.$1.90 (when available', ITALIANSAUSAGE .$1.70 SAUSAGE PARMIGIANA .$1.90 SAUSAGE, PEPPERS & ONIONS .$1.90 GARLIC BREAD .$ .60 S.50 OFF ANY WHOLE I SODAS DSUB. SORRY, NOT AVAIL-1 CHIPS. ABLE FOR DELIVERY ICL LW. emr CCOUPONm m SLAW. (PONI=es=/1S/? POTATO SALA Only one coupon per customer per sub k another dav and ruake the d test. ore moonrocks ssing -ASIINGTON A Space 4445 44440 4 ca. iis the Space ocy is missing a rntch larger ritits 1 4)m4)n rocks and soil iples than its 4ificiaks are willto aditi. it was learne
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6. alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 3 cheaters get penalties of suspension By Sally Stewart Alligator Staff Writer Three students suspended from school receive( shest pxnalties of all 40 cheating cases brought bef Student lonor Coirt summer quarter, accordii chancellor of the court. Chancellor Richard Custureri said the most sri ti resulted in a fourquarter suspension for a sttid guilty of bribing a professor. The student bribed a with tioney to let hin retake an exam. Even if the stident returns to UP', he willLce for the remainder of his stav, Custureri sad. Two other students received suspensions of onf qiuarters after entering pleas of guilty dilirimg li proceedings. Four of the 40 cheating cases were dropped (I clent evidence, four (isS will be decided this quar cases were handled Iby sninumary ajdicjtiOn. Summary adjtudication cases are handled on an basis fly professors, and inalties range frot test zero toi a cotirse grade of 'F." For a case to qualif mary adjudication, it must be the student's f first d fense atd the professor uiist report the imposed the Iionor Court If a case is heari iibi the Honor Coirt, defe assigned two UFi law students toi act in their delfe are no set pinalties for cheattig, Custireri sitid. Custureri says there has been no increase in c VF. but savs he thinks more professors a ri cheiating incidents to t' iicourt. Fewer thai 101 cases were reported during 1978-79, Ciistitreri sa half that many cases were handled during summe toa dI the hiar 1-* x I Sc itnIcf s Pr-4 A )r I (w ard AI)pp1(-Id rf %,I I( II h I (cA t ir tliF lit-s I studtiliit cheating luring tii exam, lif rips )iti( stiv oig t th Iv den t s -t ,atid(]repiort% t he Incident to the I 1 nor (C'A rt tBu I Idt't uatch cheaters vers often cause I take steps 0its penial h t esire il won't cheat ,"Appledttrf said .Diring exlent found 'ilts, AppledOurf lists their b1p If appri"x'Itmately 20 professor gradiiat stidets to act as exam proctors. -I tsed to be more lement, biut now I check identificatiOls probatim whn students handti i their tests becatise I beihe I mintegrit .Applidirf said. v and twit Mechanical Fnigineerig Professor Frich Firber said he tiiir (Ctrt has tr prosecuted a student he suspected tficheatig in fits 2 tears at UF. itstiff i 'I always handle the problem inysIf. At the first class sester and 19 sitti I tisuially make it clear what th cIniseqitences ( Ciitsrcr cheating) are', Farber said. Walter Iisi'ibauim, a UT ptittical science rofessor situ individual 192, said lie almost eliminated the term patr requirement t grades f f romit s classes "because cheating wsas rampant. Now, fs for sumHosibatium discourages plagiarism by keeping tiles f ter ni fheatig t(I papers from previous (parters. penalty to Rwstnbattni said he tisttaIs isesis its viipeialtiesfor cheaters. becauselHonor Court procedur-s arc -to() cumlberidants ar. S0om1fAnd time-cmnstiming." Btit Rosenbaum d~xwsn t think 'is. There 'I (ith stdntits catches heatmtg getil ffasil Bosenbalim said he thinks the I Inor Couirt shoidd decide heating at vacb cast. mt what actual happcited, riot ()i how sorrk tht(, rIptrtmtug (Mender is. 4 cheating "'I dmn't think Fsv ver %evii I student that wI% genifelk id. Almost stirr\ .MststtidtsI catch cheating are blatant liars r (Iuarter. a heway' t said. 206 West University Ave (Rear) Gainesville. Florida Open 6 days evenings by oppoinimni 376-4842 Clip This Coupon e\ --/$3 off any hair cut $5 off any perm, color, bleach, frosting with this coupon-Good thru Oct. 18th ml mj z~ON rA GOOD TIME TO VISIT US Center II l~~ll i. IUniversity & Thirteenth 33 Off rom the Exciting Hair Stylists he ISE C ON UNISEX SALON

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1UE mmwUVwuu photocopies 14 per copy U : Open 8:3 Euu Pi* a photocopies AND COPY CENTER 1226 W. University Ave. Gainesville. Fla. 32601 oer copy S '179).4till olligator, thursday, october 11, 1979. 7 Dresses Sportsweare Jeans At Ridiculously LOW LOW Prices Reg. 24.98 Denim Jeans.now 12.99 Reg. 14.98 Knit Shirts.now 5.99 Reg. 21.98 Lurex Plaid Long Sleeve Shirts.now 11.99 Reg. 10.99 Knit Pants.now 5.00 Reg. 12.99 Knit Pants.now 6.99 Reg. 24.99 Bikini Bathing Suits.now 11.99 Reg. 19.99 Velour Long Sleeve Tops.now 16.99 Long Sleeve Pullover Sweaters.15.99 Corduroy Pants sizes 5-16.14.99 up Also Many Other Items Reduced for this Sale HONET DRESSES5 SPORTSWEAR Con ensent -ij ayauway VISA RediedPrtv Iv#r idu vPlan W7 N A ,0. R4 0.m. ie 2WO 372 lo UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA INTERVIEWS OCTOBER 23, 1979. Rust Engineering Makes New Horizons Realities Rust W Engineering~ a Top Ten indus trial development corporation, with headquarters in Birming ham. Alabama-is right on top o the world of design and construction expansion. When it comes to industrial design and construction development few com panies have our broad experience and capabilities. Rust is making things happen all aver the world in pulp and paper. terrous and nonterrous metals. chemicals. energy conversion. and environmental control. We make things happen tor people. too. That's why you might take another look at your future and decide to took our way. The vistas we offer are attractive. and t employee package is outstanding. See your college placement director len an interview with Rust Let's talk it ever. A Subsidiary of Wheeabrator-Frye Inc COLLEGE PLACEMENT DIRECTOR P.O. Box 101. UMrlegha. AL 35201 An Equal Opportunity Employer (M/F) .BRAND NEW NORMAN HALL COMPLEX dedication of $6.6 million College of Education addition set for Friday Norman Hall addition ready By Beverty Bard Alligator Staff Writer '"uiture is scarce, the closed-circuit televisions and computers have yet to arrive, but the huge $6.6 million red brick fortress connected to an aging Norman Hall is ready for use. And the dedication is set for Friday, with College of Education conferences beginning today. "All of the furnishings have not arrived, but we are extremely happy with the structure," said College of Fucation Dean David Smith. "It is a very, very strong addition to our college." Smith said the 65,000-square-foot, threestory rectangular building was needed to house the College of Education faculty, and will serve as a research and clinical laboratory for future educators. It will not include classrooms but has a 25,(KlO-sqiiar'foot library -compared to the old 2.000squar-lixt litrainiiNoriiaiiIfal he building. whi miieshes with the coIIiCiting 47-vear-old strictuiri-e. was biIlt ith energ,.-effICIII(A III III toIbirt Stripling. a IDistmnguished Sirv i Professorli ediicailoiit uin stud. i wsit'led to create iian iriiroisiiit of i-i rniig iiii thinking that a1)not only comfortable, but conducive with leamning"Stripling, who served as chairman of the building committee, said faculty members are "very pleased" and already moved into the 70 offices. The extension is to be called the Norman l aIl Complex. Unlike several of the more recently constructed buildings on campus the Norman flail Complex has windows. "It's designed to take maximum benefit of some of the nicer weather we have here in Florida," Stripling said. "'hose windows cost a little more, but they will save us more." Because of the absence of classrooms in the Norman flail addition, Norman Hall is on the biouks for some -extensive renovations. "We are ver' short of classrooms in Norman flall," Stripling said. "There isi verv critical need to renovate Top ranking state educators are visiting ['I-' tiiilandoW1rilis lufor the hhuilulig dedication. Smith sid ihe will give the (pI uu'ig spe-uh. with sreiut Iouirt iurst nilIug Corninssioner Iducati i i alpl Tuirlington 5 sihedilluled to th ( it iui ionalilnoss nuiu ii rui rnig Give 'Em Hell Night Beat the Bear & his Crimson Tide Come RALLY with the GATORS featuring Charley Pell, UF Cheerleaders and the Gator Band and Introducing the "NEW" Albert the Alligator Oct. 11th Thurs. 6:30 p.m. Graham Pond I LET OUR FUTURE BECOME YOUR FUTURE I -y I .0., .# I

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8, alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 opinions Boos. President Robert Marston is condticting himself like an arrogant Goliath. In a idazzling flex of muscle, UF's chief ex eutive this week silently observed his craly at torneys seek dismissal of a landmark lawsuit that ultimately could give students control over their fee money. Staff attorney Thomas Biggs, Jr. said a petition asking for $5,000 to sue Marston should be thrown out of court for "deficiencies. That reasoning places Marston on a pedestal of power tantamount to Goliath mocking the insignificant David (the students). Last week Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee member David Sobel, Student Body President Doug Tuthill and Treasurer Janice Randolph courageously -if not for hidden political reasons -filed a petition asking Marston to sign a Student Senate bill allocating $5,000 for the Student Government leaders to hire an attorney. The attorney would then be used to challenge a provision of the ASFAC law that gives university presidents the power to veto "any line item or portion. ..within the budget as determined by the Student Government. .." Accordingly: BOO: To President Marston for allowing his legal masters to seek dismissal of the $5,000 retainer suit, thus dodging the genuine issue over who should control student fee money. Even Marston admitted, "I would welcome a clarification of what the responsibility of the president is." But his actions, those mimicking an arrogantt Goliath, contradict his public statement. BOo: To President Carter for using his supreme position to earn cheap, political headlines. Carter claimed that Florida is the key state in the Democratic political nomination. In fact, he issued his statements to coincide with the Democratic Party's state caucus this Saturday, from which Carter knows he will beat unan_nounced rival Seni. Edward Kennedy. Boo: io Mike Steinberg and his People for Education and Equality Party (PEE), which sounds reiarkabil like Students for Education and Equality (SEE). Unfortunately, Steinberg andt PEE Party is a bad joke, whereas SEE Party at least treats students seriously. .and bravos BRAVO: To President Robert Marston, whose support for a modified semester plan will save money and effort and benefit every student in the State University System and at the 28 community colleges. The plan will, if ever approved by the state, put the nine universities on a common calendar with the junior colleges. BRAVO: To Alachua County Commissioner Jack Durrance,who told a class at Santa Fe Community College Tuesday that the quality of local government can help rest e confidence. "Local government is something you can feel, touch and identify with," he said. Durrance is one of the few politicians who is instilling confidence, not just talking about the lack of it. tbUtt dby L A Tenes Syndicate Sperm count linked to pot Editor: 'hu enclosed litter was sent toi a New York iitstetrician/gynecologist about the husbani of a patient if tis whi was having trouble comingg pregnant. The paient's name has bee-n withheild luton i laws iotomifidlentialit. I think the cittents of this letter will ie of interest to a large portion of the UFcomntinity. AntIsy Harris August 28, 1979 Doctor F. Jack Harris 134 Hiviera Drive South NMassapeqia, New York 1 1758 DeartDr. Iarris: This is a tfolluw-ip itit Mr. X little mobility. He had been smoking marijuana on a dails basis and after stopping for approximately three months a semen analysis was done on Aug. 24. This revealed: volume -2.5 cc's count -160,000,000 mobility -increased to 70-80% with good progression of sperm. This 31-year-old man was seen because of sperm counts showing a normal amount of sperm with poor mobility. This was felt to be secondary to marijuana smoking and after stopping the marijuana the semen analysis has returned to within the normal range. I hope this in turn will lead to a successful pregnancy. Sincerely This patient had two previous sperti count showing very Joel Drabkin, M.D., F.A.C.S Let's view Kennedy's leadership Editor: In your Friday edit ion of The Alligator, there was it 0ter extolling the virtues of Sen. Kennedy andI the dastard ly leds of President Carter. As the authors of that letter pointei out, had Sen. Kenne(ly been president, nut ols woill we have national health instiran we w iioul( not have the rate of inflation we have toiay, andi we wouldi have leadership (I don't know if it was a i misprint, but id thes ii(lentally leave out the splitting of tthe Red Sea?). If we ran take a iharid look at the facts, let's examine leadership. It Sen. Kennedy is such a trenenotius leiler, andi "Alligator Editor-n-Chief. Patrick Cronin Generol MoniirgC E Borber Mo"oging Editor:JoyneThompson Advertising Director:FredBerson News Editors Dennis Kneole Administrator Mrs Evelyn Best ory lein BookkeerAnne Siipson Rick Hirchc Operations MonaioriGuy R Hiidseth AssisantNewsEditorCindy Spence PoducitonSupervitors Lee Herring WireEditor.Chotrlen Homy Donold Holbrook OpinionsEditor: Darcy Lor'4y Classified Monoge -Andi Jensen InsideEditor-PatickConnoly Crod.tMonageBobHood Sports Editor: Ralph Do; Business Manager Harry Montev'de Photo Editor: Rick McCowey Advertising Assistont Elaine Gray Art Drocto,:OKc Osonh.ok L*yo*t'Editors:Done Julin WesteyEisenberg Publishedby Campus Communications, Inc. P box 4257 ione,,,y so,.ti Gonesville, Florido Office behind th Collee Inn. 72e Wst Unversty Av. Cioseid Advetintg 376-444.; Retil Display Advectirsng: 76-4402; Newsroom: 6-M5poducton :373-9M;m etssOffice 376-44 his such good relations with Congress, then why did he lose his position as Democratic Whip of the Senate, and for 16 years he has been unable to get his own national health iinsurance bill out of his own health subcommittee of which hi' is chairman? As for himing President Carter for !he rate of inflation, two things must be kept in mind. To blame the president for in inflation rate in its current trend is erroneous. This inflation rate is i product of past administrations and the purchasing of foreign oil, which alone amounts to a 4-percent increase in inflation. But toneglect the fact that Sen. Kennedy's record of a bigspoiticing, tree-wheeling liberal will simply add to the rate it1 inflation, then youi are constructing a facade as big as the' senatiorIImself. Richard S. 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opirnms I alligoator, thursday, october 11, 1979, 9 Nonukes Staying in jail for a cause does not inhibit debate Editor: Regarding your editorial about Rita Whalen and other anti-nuclear activists ('Achen in Aiken,' Friday), I'd like to take exception to your characterization of them as "zany no-nuke protesters" and discuss some of your other conclusions about what activists should and shouldn't do in order to accomplish social change. Your use of the word "zany" is ill-chosen: The Marx Brothers were zany, Rocky tlorror Picture Show is zany, perhaps Abbie and the Yippies were zany; choosing to commit peaceful civil disobedience against industry and authorities who permit and cause the destruction of the environment, choosing to go to jail for what one believes -that may indeed be difficult for some to understand in these apathetic times, but it is not zany. Very little about the production of radiation and cancer could be seriously considered as zany. After calling them zany, you charge the jailed activists with seeming to be "more intent on getting media publicity than on provoking public discussion on a critical issue." This charge contains elements of hypocrisy, for here was an opportunity for The Alligator to take part in intelligent debate. The Alligator chose not to. Did The Alligator print as much as it could about the three nuclear facilities at Barnwell? Did it convey to the public an understanding of the nuclear waste storage/disposal and reprocessing facilities at Allied (General Nuclear Services, Che r Nuclear or the Savannah Rier Plant? Has The Alligator published information mi thi, transportation of nuclear waste on l7 -, I'pon im return from Bariwi'l to or)Ifice (lowntown, I received calls from thi miedia about the civil disobedience'. No oin was particilariy interested in the Alternative E-inergy Fair held Saturday or the speeches Sunday. You did mention the lair nd the speeches, but mention and coverage irtwo ilifferent things. When I was called, the primer piuestion was -lot "What facilities exist up there that have prompted ie'ibers Of the Catfish Alliance to trespass and get arresteI? the primary question was "Ilow iianv were arrested Next c-am' questions about names. When the names were known, no questions followed about-who these people were and what they have done prior to Barnwell. Whether or not they were UF students seemed to be the major concern. When the question of their motives finally came (if it did) and an answer was given (these people feel that industry and government have no right to destroy the environment, that the legislatures and courts are moving too slowly, that one must sometimes get arrested for what one believes in) the answer was usually ignored as too philosophical or ideological or idealistic. I have worked with Grady Burch, Howard Nelson, Carol O'Neil, Mark Davis, Harriet Peacock and Nina Hampton for almost 10 months -Davis has been working against nuclear power for almost two years and along with Howard was one of the founders of Catfish Alliance -Whalen and Susan Braxton have been working with us for several months. These people and others in the organization have worked together on workshops, rallies, films, electoral cam paigns, information tables. fund raisers and demonstrations at Crystal River reactor, Florida Power Corp. it St. Petersburg. the planned Trident Submarine base at St Mary's, and at Gainesville Cit v Hall. We have worked to prusluce lnuiklets pamphlets, handouts, book lists the workshops we conducted last spring anl last week were extensive efforts toward educating the public and provoking public discussion. As for staying in jail, that is more complex than your flippant words about discomfort. Once again, while Whalen was in jail, The Alligator had the opportunity to participate in intelligent debate. Instead, The Alligator was content to update the who's-in-jailwho's-out-of-jail coverage and] ignore the opportunity. As noted above, Whalen and the others have participated and provoked intelligent debate numerous times, and the fact is that their commitment to what thev believe has continued to provoke debate about nuclear power and about how to get rid of it -not i the pages of The Alligator, hut certainolv in our phone, in otir office, ii owir eetings and with our contact w ith the public ind the public's iiinto t iti is. The id e tit sitmemcsit mIn m l "si-i iis iIt n10 lorinit IItu-lliiIIt loibate' is i-luart iii st t s in ANid it. miti-u I, sutI wIiit tII .octs about Iiiclir uierg to to-w Itr itIismuiiii ch is.1 v(Ht .ntl si(ii Ii\t tutuhe t it b cited upono iuefore mir -s i riroin ent i s isoi b s iiiit repi r, thenoii rust realize that organizations hke itrs wxi irk not oili to ediu cate tit, l hi pubi t, bot Also to mobile it to tange the status qujIoi. nd you nust realize that the bioil poutii is Odorless. colorless aroud tasteless andltherefore its danger is sometimes harI to convexthe trg'ens is sometimes dif f icuilt touiderstanl. Soie people respond to the health aspects ()f the issue, soiei to the economic or political Aspects: siiiu eipli respond more intellfctliall\. soiie more emotionallv sii want to work in the electoral arena, others leliuve that a variety of tactics must be engaged to make the changes; soie people respond to the fact that some of its are willing to go to jail for what we believe. Changing society is complex, and civil disobedience has played a historical part. It may not always be wise (the KKK's armed march comes to mind), and of course it won't accomplish overnight the extensive changes sought, but to suggest that all that was in-Nuclear waste needs guardian elite tended at Barnwell was getting media publicity and to suggest that all that was Edkton:The production of nuclear energy relates to the desirability of continuing achieved was the inhibition of intelligent entails problems that are being ignored in the economic growth and our collective rape of debate and to say that all that was accontemporary public debate. While the biosphere. There is a radical, but growcomplished was discomfort is to be intechnocrats quibble over the amount of ing, view that an economy predicated on the credibly wrong. radiation released by the Three Mile Island necessity for rapid and eternal growth is inIn defense of Rita Whale Editor: In answer to your celebration of misinterpretatation Friday, we must defend Rita Whalen. You obviously missed the whole point of the Barnwell II action. We did not have ourselves arrested simply to bond out, go home, forget and be forgotten. We commend Rita for her decision to remain in jail. A protest without a civil disobedience scenario gets a day of press coverage, with luck, and the memory of it soon fades. Participating in civil disobedience is a commitment, and we believe that Rita's willingness to stay in jail is a total commitment. We support the ideal of carrying civil disobediqnee to ts logical conclusion by refusbig'to blay Po~ltical frddod. We're offended by your suggestion th and move on to another prot will not be over until our tria' It is a sad thing that Rita m trying to help us, when those are free to do as they wish, way things are. The question Whalen is in jail. The quest' David Thoreau would surely aren't we all in there with her Grady( GrGodn mishap-and the probability of reactor core Gary Gordon meltdown, important stones are being left unturned. .n Onofthse problems relates to the protection of nuclear fuel and waste. Presumably at she bond out the long-term containment of these noxious test. This protest materials demands the supervision of a guares. Tsr dian eife. The problem becomes clear when I ends. ust sit in jail for we compare the half-life of Plutonium-239 to who poison us the expected longevity of our social institubu whapoisnths tions. but that iy te -Even if it were possible to construct an enis not why Rita during supervisory elite, what guarantee do: ion isas Henry we have of competent management? remind us, why Whether or not terrorist groups will exploit the destructive potential of radioactive material remains to be seen. I would hate to 3UF admit that anyone could every justify such heinous methods no matter how desperate Susan liraslim the situation. But why take the chance? 2UF -A more insidious dangerof nuclear energy herently unstable and inexorably hostile to the physical environment. Nuclear energy is supported most adamantly by the corporateelites that have short-term economic interests in an economy based on the every-expanding mass consumption of energy. Proponents of nuclear energy claim that it is a practical necessity. It is not a necessity! It only becomes necessary if It is assumed that we muit continue our frivolous and wasteful pattern of energy consumption and environmental exploitation. It is obvious that those wielding the capital in this nation support the concept of a nuclear energy economy. It remais for us, the common victims of the nuclear capacity, to speak out against the danger being iaposed on humanity. )ohn Sd

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Zoom Energizer adds kick By Brent Woronoff Alligotor Writer Shimnil.inkt rc not it-\w to ( atinesvillo. I litAr all iised heri atthitaitt' ii isit-apr thatt tie other twi adtI iiiittlr'ti'lc tatiraL fitt t rhaps its% Iiggist cu-thug pint is that it sit %ldiegallyI )fscribe'd 1b\ California based Amiazon -radng ( A, -I 1 bxdy energizer."/Zoom is inc ""conamno" artifcial "lie%,I l tdv(,cate-d ind i bv lhhealth fxxi stortr""gho"t"he -uiitr"" Bec-ailst if in extensive advertising Anitaign b\i AiazinI Trading Co. President 1ark Bernstim, Zoom quickly has become popir on the drug wene. --epebii the stuff faster than health < stores c-an sttv-k it said titt local The Mother arth -'Natural Fiuta Store. 60G4 N"W I 3th St ordered 12 bottle% )f /m, ach contacting 40 tablets, ant sold themt it fotr days at $10 a piece, said st
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IlligatorthursdnA, etobi', 11 979 Ia W.l I.,_y, .r Comfort:' delicious just over ice. Superb mixed! So smooth. Easy to sip. Delicious. That's Comfort." Southern ComfortA~ / tastes good just poured over ice. That's why it makes mixed drinks taste so much better, too. Try it with cola, tonic, 7UP, fruit juices, etc. Beautiful! That's Comfort. Nothing's so delicious as Comfort on-the-rocks! SnComfortSOUTHERN COMFORT CORPORATION. 80-700 PROOF LIQUEUR ST LOUIS. M0 63132 what's hap pening 00 # 0#BA ELAX ALLEA4'S IN A PRIVATE CLASSROOM IT PeOFE5SIONAL lNSTrUCTORS AND VISUAL AIDS DESIGWED SPEIAuy' FOR ATESr W SeLwA NMqUCrKo4. & CL. PRATE OLYMPIC Si' MEATrWPo oL ArToO C ThE LI4E eoipMEr PfttDEp *YERNAoNAL LifTrME C~er1FlCAOn 5 OPE W ATEMDNeS IsOPTIONAL uUtGr DIV 6 Mfav PA'ry FINISH BEFoeE FINAL I EN'S AQU4TIC CENER d AND TRAINC. WAIV. AVE & 54mST. 373-9233 MON-SAT 9-0 Seek and You Shall Find 01(1 fashion food at old fashion prices The Purple Pickle presents: The Winnjammer Lounge Steaks -Seafood 21 Great Sandwiches Homemade Soup & Chili Crisp Fresh Salad Bar Friendly Atmosphere PUR E PICK[9E "Corn. In and Soy Hello" 520 S.W. 2nd Avenue 376-9265 w I UF Black Student Union: presents at Ge t Involved Campaign" on campus through Sunday. The campaign is designed to bring all UF black organizations together. Bete Alpha PsI: applications are being accepted for this national accounting fraternity. Apply at the Beta Alpha Psi bulletin board in Bryan Hall across from room 1104 today through Friday. UP Chess Club: will have speed ch-ss rituals, worship of the Sicilian dragon and wild chess orgies (lots of mating k ind of stuff) tonight from 7:30 p.m. till 5 a.m. on the third floor of the 1. Wayne Beitz Fnion. Check the information desk for exact roomn numbers. UF Surf Club: will iieet tonight at 7:30 in room 2 10 of the Florida Gymn. Meetings will lx every Thursday and are open to all interested persons. Speak Out: relevant issues will Ibe discussed on the General Purpose Building A niound today and Friday from II a. n to I p. ni. Disabled Student Council: will have a wine and cheese party tonight at 7 in the Jennings Hall conference room. Disabled Students: a newsletter is available now for disabled students in Office for Student Services. Come by and pick one up, or call 392-1261. Baseball and softball umpiring: will le the topic of classroom instruction tonight from 7 to 9 at Perry Field with the option to iiiiire Iactiioiifor" I il"ege baseball Fridas at 4:30 p.i. and Sunday night at 7:30. Training is currenitls in progress .The lessons are sponsored by the Gainesville leirvati)on Departnient and local uipires' associatiois. Maranatha Choir: will present singing. guitar and plian(i iisi tonight at 7 at the University nitevd Methodist Chuih. 11320 W. University Ave. Homecoming Sweetheart Pageant: 41 contestants will iomipitv for the title of loiiecoing Qiien tonight at S in the t university Auditoritiim. The vent is sponsored by Florida Bbie Ke. UF Law Wives: will meet tonight at 7 at the University Women's Club (Perry Houwe). Members will learn how to cross-stitch Christmas ornaments. Call Jan Airth at 378-7448 for more information. GatoRelly -Give 'Em Hell Nlgist will be held tonight at 6:30 at Graham Pond. The .new" Albert the Alligator will be introduced. The History Forum: will show the films The Selling of the Pentagon and The Rebuttal tonight at 7:30 in room 2334 of Building A. The filnis will be followed by a discussion led -il Dr Mahon, of the UF history departnient UF Botany Club: will meet today at 4 p.n. in room 3194 of McCarty Hall. For more information, call Keith Woeste at 378-5073 UF Motorcycle Club: will meet tonight at 9 in roomi B-72 of the Union. The meeting is open to all interested persons. Call Frank lavy at 375-2537 for more information. Sigme Tau Gamma: will hold little sister rush tonight front 7:30 to 1 1. Florida's newest fraternity invites all UF women to cOMe bv and meet the brothers. Call Oliver at 373-0553 or Jerry at 392-8205 for more information. UF Young Democrats: will hold election of officers tonight at 7:30 in room 2342 of iiiliing A. Only those who have attended a presiiihis meeting this quarter and pail their liies niav vote in the elections. IsraelI Folk Dancing: Hillel Student Center sponsors beginning and intermediate instriction. plus request dancing, tonight at 8:15 at the center, 16 NW 18th St. Admission is 50 cents for members and 75 cents for non-members. "An Evening of Yiddish Culture": IIillel Stiident Center features stories, songs. jokesiusing Yiddish and -Yinglish''idionto capture the souul of Eastern European Jewish culture. Cone to the center. 16 NW 18th St., tonight at 7. Free Jazz Concert: Jimmy Owens Plus will perform tonight at 8 at the Santa Fe Conuniimuuty College Aiuditoriium. The concert is c0-sponsored b a grant froi the Fine Arts Coincil of Florilda, the National Ftdowmient for the Arts and the Soithern Arts -uuindatiOn. Maranatha Center: will have its Thuirs lay night meeting tight at 7 at the center. 401 SW l3th St.

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fiiitliirri ianiidivestrikis i niuiii I li elic (tiAtikI iit-g (f Iii ia I \ tl% ndI ( lull c boie iiio viiiss iii lii imc rg iiiI Fran gnral li i alede tiriil 'inr fi n l s, Ii ltiiir l ciii \(t-r trn t l iuivg ( sm)r %i idi V If mr v ,iiilte i-iis i e f t tv it s ( I llier f viAsr t s id S iencsliii lit I o tg AI IS iA lug v i l ii ati ( AIh (iiiis1.uru -d Vii t2 sll(titfl I 'i fllN(iti% t i n f-srs iiifirec u\d\ irs (v-IIII I l.Iiint tv Ii s ,. I i lc i mfii l it,\ tel sci uiii ((te F uiI. lii irrfrcc,uts Hub bomb threat no big deal By Regina Jackson s traitisi timiuitidlaughter Ixihi ilift Alligator Staff Writer thed rii i mi ( >fwh t>her ti vacii atv i p)toi [here as a b(ib ireat Iat Ih lc i rtitireitir limpliesliiii ma ke \ueifitdf v if trt iiimi liut Iv%% Xii(li tfiivr iwn l) I-isioii Buttin said-ii AAi all letherisftoi veiiileave fit biilifiii iiinuceitit was made over the piifbbIi .herc -was tiii lsiiiiiif aliriti saidl ca ddi irev, system vIII IIV IIfeilrig aidli ithi-r V[mplo ii whIfChOs tII lAVs0 hIfi iHlig were iiitified iy phineor verbaflIIlem. after al l uptional evacuatiii was anti fced workers achiallv left. I som n iiiihadi'tct (omi l ad told Is, wi Mfea wiile, shtidents uoiiniied to enter fth( w i olt lhiv kiowi ''Ifub withoutit warning i)f the iinmiib threat I F p( \ stops short ()I r p riig C tiningham %aid for a serious threat Suiatii fir all bimb threats. siiikesmaii IIiwild have iihrned anyiie entertig I uh :iiiigii avuf Weufiifa fti'; theI)Ifiii(Ilfiig, fiiit "jiiil iu'e asss sif l I II I s ihia ud and "1 iu""'iisi"fir"it"a" "riiis p e iiidecidef tlit seriunstess of a particular tfhr iat' threat u as-u "cas caide asslsu vcehether h) n l SiOisciwhet th telephone raig Wediisdavsvacutiton a ii c designed to discuurage .in t he yIwutlar -sunding caller spokeuvr inpratiksters uran wr-o lern Face Us All.' When you.need u -Corne by or call-. Wa are your friends -At the Ccrnmr. ....... .......... ...... /. CO.E. .O. G .O .E a 3 --1---88 .................. .. Few show for election of Arts, Sciences council IrA joy more than 20 stations on your FM radio (instead of 2) for only $1 a month. PLUS: You get Gainesville's BEST radio station FM 98.6 The Underground Pipeline 'rue progressive music only 4 ads x'r hour ahIximIUiil. FM 101 FM 88 lull Fidelity STEREO!! Lasy listening/classical iusic()fll 4 ads xr hour. SOULand DISCO music Special Jazz, Oldies and Gospel programs. Quality Only on cable radio Contact the cable TV Co. for information. Brought To Yg Ouy The Gainesville Entertainment Network; Gainesville's Best 11= 1 *1 I imm C,' 'w' m.( ". Alligator Staff Writer Ii's fiai 25percent if tlit ,stidientts ,,lii ic to -()t1 ititred 1(1 ( W dnevda h t -t 10 rii rIi r p tiiitiives t i h stI o ege (f I (b r. A rt it i ii iI .,(ii vs l-w, ifi1 r i i II 4f i m t I r tI i f i j I )I m I I ,Ir Ii I I' II tI f I I I.IIII ('1111111 % K ,Ilf)rb b no w\ u)Ilk ), d Let's Return Student Government To The Students! LAST SPRING, Students for Education and Equality ran a campaign that turned UF campus politics around. S.E.E. candidates for the SG Executive Branch were elected to office by unprecedented percentages. Unfortunately, many creative S.E.E. proposals that would benefit the entire student body have been tied up by a Student Senate which only serves the interests of the outdated political machine that has ruled SG as its private domain for y ea rs Paid for by: Students for Equality and Education -Michael S. Givel, Treasurer LET'S ELECT A NEW SENATE! Vote S.E.E. Wed. Oct 17 I, Ullguaor, mursoay, OCTove 9 ,i/ It nllinnte thi drAv beo 1117

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I .tt;. .L.r. --.~ -t~itiyt.it5Jt, rnur~ooy, ocroDer I I, IYIV, 11 ANOTHER hAil F eaturing TECHNICS SALE ENDS OCT 11 Receivers SA-80 SA-200 SA-300 SA-400 Turntables SL-B2 SL-D1 SL-D2 SL-Q3 Tape Decks RS-M7 RS-M22 Speakers SB-P1000 Micro's (one left) Cost 134.02 160.82 197.94 237.53 85.80 83.76 100.52 155.88 122.68 197.94 102.06 List 200.00 240.00 300.00 360.00 130.00 125.00 150.00 240.00 175.00 300.00 180.00 Warranty Data-Complete terms of the written warranty ARE SET FORTH ON WARRANTY CARDS packed with the product and available for the customers examination from the Dealer prior to purchase. IN THE GATOR PLAZA 376-W10 Limited Warranty: Stereo Component Receivers 2 years parts and labor Tape Decks _onyer por ts ond rMbor Turntables 2 years parts and labor Speakers (Supples -5 years parts and labor Limited) (No Checks; Cash or Molor CreditCards Only) Doctor offers cash reward By Pat Cavanaugh Alligator Staff Writer \ v, il d t 11 w he mI t m h h'' a h 01) (i lit h i.lt $400111 mthilt Drmh r rilv t .m o 1 Ihoal p c sm gee s Ilo icti%ks I t ( oii mI cti m th 4)Igh I t IIII l li tii N1 i m I I i I Itt It iti.allr tiut its l te ilui tl l h I i lit ''I kiwtis atb l lit w.im t hr is ssili tius lit ut $400n1 d iil r t ki m l t 11 o l I Hayden cancels tonight's speech Political activist Tm Havden has canNw YN irk in timie. called his Tiursil itevenmg pI aking engagement, A\iuent '79 tfi ials sai Uttinrg A ittnt speakers inc1 titi Wednesday. iutithor/plavwright Tennessee Williams tin Iensdv Oaurii titt eli itu rti ct. :31, st rotuit Walter Schirra itnNutv tmotrning (itiN B(C's luxias slihowtIn New 14, antI Citrttta Sitiltt Kirug, wiudow tfl civ I Yttrk Cit'. and limited flight connections rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, m. woitld have iade it difficutilt for ni to reach Nov28. Mazzo trial continuesin Jamaica The trial of William Mazzo, a Gainesville thern side of the island. "tisines"man arretetltwi weeks ago itThen^A erican Embassy in jamaica wotld Jamaica antlchiargetd with atteniptitIig lto intake not cormment Wedruesilaymithe trial. smuggle a itton of inarijana o the island, will citinue ttday in Jamaican cirt. Mazzo and the other alleged snuigglers Matzo, 31, twi other Americans and three were placed in jail without bnd following Ja"i ats wer arrested while allegedly the arrest, said enbassy spokesman IL. loading a small airplane with the pitt at a Orr. Mazzo has retained a Jamaican lawyer rerote airstrip near Montego Bay on the norfor the trial. Orr added. 1 uIllgaTor, triursciay, octot>er 11, 1979, 13 som im t. fl Ing to pawnl it," Bright ,.I! %% rdnesia\ Bilt 1 m11 (Ahring $ 1.000 f If t! .krC I i-A vs.th. s i mi li t lijiIi ,\ '01,111d"s srgeom for 1m irte than It, c v lit jaht s.%Ad ther s iirgis i( imiiphotographs. too. (L)\rs iilv iIs a imera ip here We takc photographs ()f p pecoung imto the iergtni s or itxiiandvis lieu wv start to work. 'T% tvbeentakimg phItot(s f;r IM )r IS vears .md lI\ v-.i t Ithem in n tmalpractite %tits." lhc %.11( I

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14, alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 State orders insurance hike By Denise Breziel Alligator Stoff Writer Persons ages 25 andi under will Ii'the prirnirs targets of an order from state insurance Commissioner Bill Ginter striking marital status and sex from i the present system of determining automobile insiiras rates 'issng females' rates sill icreas ,whili' the rates f oIvung males will iroi>. sail Allstate Insuranie C i spokesman t':ig'i Klompus Young married couples. prevs iiusI%, enjoving reduced rat's, also will se a rat' Iike. Klompus saui The director if If's Flsrsli Isiurance flisiarch Ienter, Daid Nv. sisd sur. iii' p iii ld challengee the ordel l otirt, but failed he ho s the comipanii s ss ill hiato develop new plans flor detersnsint rats se vsad nf-w plains could dbreuth ref lfct drivig skills, experience and maturit,. inita f ris iiig ilnm the present indirect deter miints Ile sa i fd three states Nsirths (:arohna, Missachusetts and Ilawai iave Abbiied the criteria ii) age, s's ,and mairital status Insisis 'tDepartm'ent 5piesiiain )avid ILakin saidnmarital statiis and sex were Isind hsfsrinsators as rating criteria hearings aroiid Florida The insurai c smipaies were not able to pistil sisig the standards iIn deterring rates. lic sal, ading thes sir' Iaki admiited that the rIerk w ii muicisim th ratio's if s suIig ss%(isisiw i and mai u d couI~plv% It he said the hike \&will Is'tem Prairs i s spanuss Isds is's nt.Ib ahr nutis' rating stiuards for s 'mthsif 'I his r(rd 'r takes iffi' t M.irfh I. .iiis sIll Alter thI I s is (ifiaout 201 -rist. 'i 600,000 Fl'rida dris'rs. Iaki ssd UFfamily insurance cost up By David Dahl Alligator Staff Writer Bealse (if increii sed retilrsls
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ctober 11, 1979 CHILDREN OF PARADISE OCT 14 marcel care LEONARD ROSE "master cellist" 11 Oct18-UnIv MemAud-8pm UF Students: free-G.P:$5 Tickets at theUnIvBox Office 392-1653 Sponsored byjWRU &SGP ENJOY A NIGHT OF GOOD MUSIC Baseball playoffs on the advent screen Come join us at the S T UDEINT* ORGANIZATION FAIR AIcrv JOIN THE ORGANIZATIONS THAT SERVE YOU BEST! /es AG .BE THERE! .010:00am 3:30 pm UNION COLONNADE Student Organizations: There's still time to SPOTLIGHT your club. Reserve a fair booth this week. Room 330 J. Wayne Reitz Union. __ U BRSJu4iON OCT Is OCT 1s OCT 1is Registration closes 24 hours before tournament starts. For more Information call 3".137 or comeby the GmeArea located on the Ground Floor of the Reltz UNia. U -~ TAB TENNIS 'CLASS B" OCTOBER 17 "CLASS A" OCTOBER 18 JWRU Gam Advanced e Area! Registration closes 24 hours before tournament starts. For more Information call 3M-137 or come by the Games Area located on the Ground Floor of the Reitz Union. TOURNRM~NTJ 1/ U m LM wp-MM ---b,.z -I __j 0 EARTH LIMITED SPACE SO SIGN UP NOW WHERE SuwnneeRl Re.gistration WHEN (Oftbf'-T9 21 RBegis MondayOct 8 8tin c-p PRICE $20 (00)Room 3301J Wayne Relt., Uo, ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST I H v~ir (f .i lthinsuranct: 2 Atttnd partcipants workshop session 3 Sig r r cthtyfowm MANDATORY WORKSHOP SFS3311N 4 Piyc eqfstratiOn Oct17 in lonqf 122 at 7 3Opm OJoe 4 I I I 0 G oll

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0 rber 11. 1979.1 I Starring BRAD DAVIS RANDY QUAID 50 HOPKINS Thursday 10/11 7&9:30pm Friday & Saturday 10/12 & 13 7:30 & 10:00pm Union Auditorium Color Rated R 120Minutes 75c ORA presents amateur COMEDY NIGHT Saturday, October 13 8pm Featuring hosts: MIKE STEINBERG AND THE COMEDY TEAM OF KRANITZ & PINSKY alias "ORGANIZED KAOS" *A $25.00 cash prize goes to the winner THE BOYS IN THE BAND .is not musical! Sfarring KENNETH NELSON LEONARD FREY Friday 10/12 MIDNIGHT Union Auditorium Color Rated R 120 Minutes STUDENT ORGANIZATION ACTION PROGRAM (SOAP) The president, treasurer, public relationschsirprson and faculty advisor of each registered student organization is urged to attend the Student Organization Action Progrom (SOAP) Tuesday, October 16. 1979 of 7:00 p m in Room 361 of the J Wayne Reitz union Dr Arthur Sondeen, Vice President for Student Affairs, will bethe special speaker SOAP is sponsored by the J Wayne Reitz Union in on effort to help the leaders of the over 270 registered student organizations mote effectively serue their members and meet their goals Registration cords have been mailed to the president ond faculty advisor of each organization if your organizoion did not receive a packet or you need additional onforamrion, call 392-1674 or stop by the Student Actiities Center in the J Wayne Reitz Union WOMEN'S PHYSICAL HEALTH OCT 15 I .f f 1 In 7U Lounge 23 JANE WOOD CLINICAL ASSOCIAl .' CAMPUS INFIRMAR ft%, ENt 40 ILBOGRAMS Sponsored by JWRU and NOW i WAYNE REITZ UNION LOUNGE 123 at 7:30pm TE ZY I LAST TWO DAYS EXHIBITiON AND SALE SPONSORED BY THE REITZ UNION fwturing the works of Chagal, Dali, Matism. BrvuqW. Cza.n. Van Gogh. Home, Kim. Monet, Magritt. Picamo. Mira, Bosch. Renoir. Toulous-Lastvg. Wye*. Rockwsn. pGauin. Rembrsndt. and many, nfy mere. LARGE PRINTS $3.OOEA 3FOR $700 SMALL PRINTS 1.50 EA 3FOR$400 9AM -6PM J.WAYNE REITZ UNION COLONNADE U .*C ii Over1200 different prints

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alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979, 19 Recor dng a loss of wisdom .Personally lit tttiha t < i l ii o l' tI I r ipiitd \ -r. imi% i it I tI ill Id K I t I o ) I iikI I it i ii m the n bu t fIIIlithought I iiitrs IH m i jilt I ii h I ho 1111 liot iiii thi mt h i t it iiit une m I h Im I ( ,III \()r II a t 1 a I ftli i II I i II tt K I -iIi I h \lliit I tI I I t 1 t t II .t I tII i un n liii u ii~of r h iii iii tibi Ii Iiit i t .u i il nth it ti bii ill it 'iii Ii it thliii eo~hem m uhun u kL t ,I ,I ( ( ( IIr rI -I I( f t I, tt ) ) ) -I ( I Ni I I wr icaHN Y M IC1,r()I.lt Ifr sIh I IIthr () IIh, h t im ik ( tiwif f v h t 1r w ni i tt e IN! n t'so im .-ik i Ig iat I ur T r i ,' a s I m i rt p i n ItI(, (d()(t(or th1i I k )I I sl h, I mI mI it I I St f ( thI ext ra ct v Iq, IK night, %Nhile recallbmg t he o rrrf s Nh ) I

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2.alligator, thursday. october 1], 1979 Swamps help sewage bills my Micheel Miller Alligator Writer FloridaIs am s Iiii5sipresa5 5wam5 p may be absirbing imch of the states sumaii waste, as wel as nI ih of the skyrocketig cost of treating it, a curreit IT research project indicates. **The ecological balance 4f the donn-s does not seem toI iipset sb the process.''said Katherine Ewel, coiirectiir of the project, adding. "A seiciidary r fit of the methoio is that the sewage stimulates the growth of the cypress trees. The studs, conirted sin -1973 with grants froni the National Science aid Rockefeller Foundations is II prIgress at th Whitney MiobiliIf Iome lark iiorth if ;a ine-sv IlIlI. The sewage is treated and ilip1 to a nearby cypress swap cald a 'dome" becaiise the taller trees are at the center where it gathers until it can filter down to the underlying water table. Ewel estimates that the cost of the socalled cypress wetlands filtration metfii of advanced waste water triatinent would fi one-third to one half that of its artificial equivalent. 'The Forida I)eipartment of lnI vironmental egulation has lreai I-cepted oir mietfihol as tertiary treatniet Ewel sid, aIthoigh she expects that the department will handle such projects ii iin ndividuil I While theuumetluil wuoiuld fur iImpractical I o it ws t hat are la rgeur far hIrmi wkela mI arias, Iswel saul the prograimii ma I' ithe MIk reku-uuirsi fur small )%wns like Waldi whichhlian' l t set net ideral giruib rs fur advanced r iir sieci ars w istewater treat mfi-tit Ron Firland, enviroininntal engirer fur thA lachtia Cunh, Polid i~mOn 't rod I)epartment,aid sal spriu changes in the living orgamsms if rt is press
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alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979, 21 PUDUX Publix Serve With Hollandaise Sauce, Tender Fresh Broccoli. 'nh890 Ocean Spray Brand Fresh Cranberries.;.b 59 A Colorful Garnish for Salads, Flavorful Fresh Pomegranates.3 ,fr$1 Top Your Roast or Steaks With Country Stand Brand 16. sog Fresh Mushrooms. k Bake With Brown Sugar and Butter, Delicious Acorn Squash. .29 Fall is Popcorn Time, "3 Minute" Brand Yellow or White Poworn .2 691 For Your Cooking Needs, U.S. #1 Yellow Cooking Onions. 3 *. 39* Excellent Baked Delicate Flavored Butternut Squash". 290 Boil, Steam or Bake this Unique New Spaghetti Squash. .290 Spaghetti Squash A Natural Substitute for Pasta j

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22, alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 Itsh *COMFORTABtLI UGTWEIGNT RUGGED HANDSOMEE DESERT GOLD COLOR *PERFECT FOR HOME CHURCH CLUBS to.wm TBUE 19-g GI1FD 1199 > W7WRCHIR $9.9 I Publix fa Fm~cD. AndesL Mint Wafers .1 Brach's Starlite Mints4. 49'9 Brach's Sour Balls. 1-1 49'9 Fun Size Milky Way or Musketeers Candy Bars .b' :1** Peanut Butter Clark Logs7. g 79' -The ,icice for frozen Toods '. Fleischmann's Egg Beaters .i gg Mrs. Paul's Onion Rings2. 2 '. 89'9 Birds Eye Leaf or Chopped Spinach .2 'A* 89' Gorton Batter Fried 0 Fish Sticks .99' Mrs Paul s Supreme Light Batter Fish Fillets. .. ~~L A A SAVE 20c. Oreo or Double Stut Oreo Nabisco Cookies .1*,'99c SAVE 54c, Liquid Purex Detergent. SAVE 46c, Print, White or Assorted Scotties Tissue .2 o '1 Saemiadmsiononsato tHmse Flexida tatons atha pi(n*C. r From PibfUP (Ki *4-ICE GET YOUR OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK 1 FRIED AT SPECIAL.DISPAYSOF--ar CHICKEN 4 t -I erxlut* amdnt HCE 6-oz. can to wpof"u 32c 7 10-ct. box $337 J 16-oz. jar 139 1s-oz. 436-bar box 12-oz box $135 $11 PUBLIX RESERVES THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SOLD At Steak Sauce8. o. 5, Golden Griddle Syrup .' T 139 Regular, Savory Peppers, Delicate Wine or Mild Herb, Ragu Cooking Sauce .', 85' Regular, Drip, ADC or Electric Perk Coffee Maxwell House. Drip, Electric Perk or Regular Folger's Coffee .,9 269 All Purpose Cleaner Fantastik Refill. 817 Family Size White or Gold Dial Soap. .64' Niagara Spray Starch. c 98' Stayfree Maxi Pads.'ls 1a SUAVE PRODUCTS Normal or Olly Balsam Shampoo Regular or Extra Body Balsam Conditioner Gentle to your Hair Baby Shampoo 28-oz. bottle 990 40C Off Label. Listerine Mouthwash. *1" Scented or Unscented, Dry Idea Anti-Perspirant1. q*, $14 20c Off Label, Regular or Unscented Wondra Lotion .1 $S1a 25C Off Label, Aim Toothpaste .e. 8110 Norwich Aspirin .t 69 Only 63 S&H Oremn Stanp da ss gtPublix ktoberfest is a favonte time for hungry milies. And it's a great time to save on ill meals at PubliX SAVE UP TO 22c, Welch Regular Red or White Grape Ce. 790 SAVE 24c, Green Giant Niblets Golden Corn. 4 $1 SAVE 24c, Green Giant Cream Style Corn .4 c 1 SAVE 24C, Green Giant P eas .4 SAVE 24c, Green Giant Kitchen Sliced Green Beans .4 e SAVE 18c, Seven Seas Herbs & Spices or Capri French Salad Dressing. t* 590 SAVE 28c, Carnation Coffee-mate. $, 39 SAVE 60c, Gallo Wine Hearty Burgundy .9 s9" SAVE 96C. Borden's All Natural, Assorted Flavors Ice Cream -. .--..--l -14SAVE 16c, Nabisco Striped Shortbread or Fancy Dip Graham Cookies. lox89* SAVE 10c, Nabisco Premium Saltines .*, 77o I

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mm Swift's Premium Sliced Bologna or Salam i .I'-b $ Swift's Premium Sliced Pepperoni, Genoa or HadSlm. 4".z 109 Hard Salami. psin Oscar Mayer Beef FranksI."p4g Oscar Mayer Meat Wieners. "k 13' Tarnow Whole Hog (Mild, Medium or Hot) BMa SmaMM.I-b $139 "k. Coca Cola Sprite Tab & Mr. Pibb 32oz. bottles 4 for1eOO plus tax and deposit Olympia Beer 16oz. cans 6 pack 1.99 plus tax Rath's Blackhawk S cd Bacon. ; 109 New Zealand Frozen Leg-O-Lamb. $17 Swift's Premium Boneless Canned Hostess Ham .41.89 i+ahire Farm (Regular or Polish) Smoked Sausage. a*178 Plumrose Sliced Cooked Ham. $ 2a39 Swift's Premium (All Varieties) Brown 'N Serve Sausage .* $109 Swift's Premium Oven Roast (Mild or Garlic) Corned Beef .' $asi Co~w km a winnvan"n 40. Pielm of" in. kWW -x Alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979, 3 6Xnusannt -St m e on Sirloin Steak .~ Swift's Premum Pro Ten Boneless Beef Top Round Steak ..' Swift's Premum ProoTen Beef Key Club Steak Swift's Premium ProTen Beef Chuck Blade Steak ..9 Swift's Premium ProTen Bee ChuckladeRoast .T$2 Swift's Premium ProTen Boneless Beef Imperial Oven Roast.T'2" Swift's Premium ProTen Boneless Beef Chuck Shoulder Roast 24 Swift's Premium ProTen Beef Ptate ShortIbs. $19 .Pq I Redy4-o-akO-out Southern Seafood Treat, Hickory Fried Chicken. '.*2"9 U Su1.In Smoked Mullet. i 4 Fresh-Baked Coconut.""13.P'0111owyu Custard Pie. f 1" in Fresh-Made Plain. Poppy or Seeded Kaiser Rolls .6 o, 59l USDA Choice Beef Loin F KSwift's Premium Tender-Grown, Gov'tSirloin Steak ..' g$ 8 Inspected, Shipped D&D. Fresh not USDA Choice Boneless Beef Frozen, Premium Grade Fryer Breatss(mWn1sr et $109Top Round Steak .l 26 Fryer Breasts (wm ribas) e ob.$0 HFS A 1 USDA Cho"c Beef Fryer Thighs .1 99' / \ Rib Steak .l b 299 Fryer Drumsticks .990A USDA Choice Beef Fryer Wings .g59 Chuck Blade Steak .7 slog Fryer Backs (A Necks 19l USDA Choice Beef Chuck Blade Roast .P-*16 USDA Choice Boneless Beef THIS AD EFFECTIVE -,,8 josP 10IHS DEFETV Chuck Eye Roast .P23 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11U o s OT R ,979 .Chuck Shoulder Roast 7 $249 CLOSED S1DAY7. USDA Choice Beef Plate Wn Wdc & wagmais CShort Ribs. P1*I" MeW Encc-ediaat PMbix. --33 ie.e. WWi S75i23 where shopping Is apleosure I JWGreenStamps V #7O.c11-17 THIS AD GOOD AT THESE LOCATIONS ONLY: a 7 Medicated Powdw W i 1.ina0.a aniin on 89ech 1014 N. Main AT 1.-o. ca 3MS.W. 35th Blvd.L---2630 N.W. 13th ST rE 9 TAmpsII 125 S.W. 34th ST E 4115 N.W. 16th Blvd. Cong.epift Ix 81 Tamets 8:00A.M. to 9:00P.M. Mon-Sat ". -.JObox 2. areet.w .sr.iiis)i 100 OFF 100 OFF 100 OFF Wih This Coupon ONLY WIls ThiCoupon ONLY WNh Ts Ceupon ONLY Regular or Thin Muellor's Quaker Oatmeal Mueller's Spaghetti Elbow Macaoni Cookie MNx 15-oz.box 15-0. box 16-on. box U.i"we.o.ub., n. 975 rea)i.a 120 n. m064 ss8,n. I, M( e. .w 7. 19. % t. I Where shopping is a Kraft's Regular Parkay Margarine. t 49, Impiferial Soft Spread.A 79' Pillsbury's Big Country Buttermilk Biscuits .4 C*'. 99' Pillsbury's Cescent Dinner Rolls. .'a39 Phdadelphia Brand Cream Cheese. 'i*i.i" O Kraft's Plain Cheez Whiz. ,'gg Kraft's Processed Sliced American Cheese ..u .a Kraft's Golden Image Imitation Longhorn Cheese. $'124 Wisconsin Cheese Bar Natural Mild Cheddar, Brick, Muenster or Sliced Swiss Cheese .,"' Wisconsin Cheese Bar Mild Cheddar. Medium Cheddar. Mozzarella or Colby Halfmoon Longhorn.12'' 139 Tasty Smoked or Fresh Uverwurat. 89 Delicious Polish or Dutch Loaf. ..'5 Flavorful Ham & Bacon Loaf .,Sb 490 Zesty-Flavored Tuna Salad.P1b slog Always a Family Favorite Subinarine Sandwich .t( 89 I

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24. alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 SPECIORDER FO W-aasms NKmas SEEDEDORm"AINDINNER ROLLS TASTY DEUCIOUS (A COMPLETE MEAL) FapEPwwplR@i BREAD $139 HALF POUND $ 4 HORMEL DELUSSO GENOA SALAMI HALF POUND $199 DOMESTIC SWISS CHEESE HALF POUND $1', SLICED OR CHUNK LIVERWURST HALF POUND 59't CREAMY COLE SLAW POUND SPICY HAM CAPICOLLA OR PROSCIUTINI HALF POUND --aI GAINESVILLE 1349 N,.W. 23rd AV ONER37i7 BAR-BE-QUE BONANZA BAR-B-QUE POUND RIBS $2s9 .(:ORK) BUY THE WHOLE BIAS FULLY COOKED WHOLE POUND BA~t=&QUE $119 CHICKEN BAR-B-QUE EACH BEEF OR PORK SANDWICH. Hot, Fresh, ready to eat! ALL HOT FOODS PACKED IN THERMAL BOXES TO GO DCT. 17, 1979. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. LEAN DOMESTIC BOILED H AM L.

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Alligator. thursday, october 11, 1979, 25 AVE TURN SHOPPING INTO CHRISTMAS GIFTS WITH WINN-DIXIE AND TOP VALUE STAMPS PRICE GOOD THURS. -WED., CT. 11-17 SAWE 3W THRIFTY MAID RUSSET BAKING POTATOES 5 c i $US" G61*31'A' QIW FROZEN L 10 0 mfl" AftLM y"o m TURKETS -. ROMA OLSS AvKCAoos 2 ml"-Yo oa 3 59c POTATOES '955 I ICE AMAMILK g OT PIES 4 $1o00 55v ImLARGE O EGGS Dozuw m -omaiia miwwn ACE PEAS $ 00 cw79 saw i.w gmmuesaas CWTTA 79 m 32o $169 3441 W. University Ave. 200 SW 16th Ave. W-D GRAND US"A CHOICE NUH NATUAUY AGED SONEMSS Rump Roast .* .27 w-o ua E UsDA C CE EEf NATUSALEYAGE UDOE Shoulder Roast. $1"9 Pattie Mix 3 $ HUCOSY SWEET Sliced Bacon ..L.99c w-O GRAND PON SHOULD WATER ADDED WNW Smoked Picnic .Le 79 USDA GRADE'A' FRESH ANED Fryer Parts. L. .59 W-D BAND SUCED Meat Boloana.013 I U 2500 N. Main St. 2621 Hawthorne Rd. U.S. Hwy. 41 High Springs RBOcw,2 $00 Lr =.6$00 ininin muan soff RMO .5L.9c #am FR# M &" AsF $109 EA 0.0.CAGM """""** IMAC.U or $99C mmm LOA'TE $ 1 3 $m 109 1301 NW 6th St. 3503 SW Archer Rd. Motorcycle fatalities up 28 percent in Florida my Put Cvevnmegh Alligator Staff Writer Ilor iida itirc vi Ii fatalities are up 28 recent ttribiiititfei-laths 1() f'i-essive ic1uii and a in.ii crease min cs le riders 'I otais so Ifar this year show 142 miorrvlists killed in Fliirida, isr-iirtparediioI II fur the ame period in 1978 One fatality has licen reported in Alachua (County since January. (fficiak for the lkpartnient of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles said most fatalities are caused i ex cessive speeds. Col. Eldredge Beach, pat rol director. said many iotorcvclists are killed fiecause theiv do inot make thermselves visible to automobiles '"the cycist needs to make sure the car can see him. Reducing speds where accidents are likely to occur. suc"h asniterectionis and side streets, could save a lot of lives," Beach said. Fatality increases could also Ie attributed to an mtcrease i cycle drivers. Motorcycle registration in the 1978-79 fiscal year Showed a 16J45 increasecomnpared fii 1977-78 Time adds $20,000 toUFfund The collegee of journalism a nI im m u ni c ati o ns Wednesday announced $20011 contrihution to its minority scholarship tprog ra m I rum Ti me, I n. The grant reportedly will enahle the college to expand the minority scholarship program from $30,000 last year to S4.)00 this year. journalism students from minority groups represent 9 percent of this year's journalism students, compared to half of I percent in 1970, college personnelsaid. Scholarships are available to high school seniors, undergraduate and graduate students. Recreation Transportation Rollerskates, Skateboards .U.-. -. Core and Skate SENSATION BASIN Ism.m,.m 1 1 U99c SRI. ax

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26. alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 inside Just two wild and crazy girls Editors Note: There's going to be an Amateur Comedy Night this Saturday at a p.m. at the Orange and Brew, where every collegiate Bob Hope and Phyllis Diller will get their first shot at stardom. Allgator Staff Writers Laura Kelly and Sally Stewart, alas, won't grace the O&Bstage, but they were on the stage at spring at a similar event at Main Street Bar. Following is what Kelly labels 'The Care and Feeding of a Comedy Team.' By Laura Kelly Alligator Staff Writer When I was about 10 )ears okd I realizei through a slow and grael'ess provesi that I somehow viiwedi the mflnti(lane dIrigeries of life witfi a touch of humor. leading a sibling bat talioIn of f ive. I liv df a Sitati itI(OIif( When I discovered t through icomipti-i r with frIers that not evervonie ha(l Iiiothier who chewei tobacco, ani not (1vr one bat I brollier wf imiiif spmaglietti fromt thi roXof onto the !-'tller Brush mnan, I dlecidled I iiiiildln' sitgl(-hdtedy icange tmigs. I ad tiwo opltiOns: laugh ior rs. I tmiiik LiiigfiiI g is s hIwIII()iI ()re f iII, andIbv1 it ifiesn't stick i tusrelasfies togetlier I.aughter fias been hailed as a I onacei 1(r iaiv ills. l)r fiavumonI Moods. m r III 1S bestseller, Laugli After laugh researcihud li Iink between umorir af health and found ninuierous instanices of patients who have literally laughed Ithernselves Into gixxi health. Although sept us are pmzzled and have difficulty aucepting the seerinigl onscientific explanation, M xxly accompanies his long-starnding folk belief in the value of rnedicinal laughter with actual clinical ibse rvati ons. There are certa in ieifical conditions in whicf hunor, though not sx'cifically curative, is widfi Irecognized as an imiportant, healthii ad desirable response. This is strikingl eviilt it in th( use of laughter to COribat the severe psychological catastrophe of receiving i fisfigurinig ri urv to the face. Mlois s is iii those who udapt favorablv eiplo several techiimqes. "The have a repertoire if oe-liners tii introdirce themselves. Thev have diiscoverl that they an frusr irthe timiinting tension itt an awkWard social situation b s opening the couversation with i funris reiark alhiding to their conilitin. ModIN sums his bis tiisarf this natural. iinvxp(osis itirea ent wsith his closing .'lhe ability if himor to aid those wfiuiiiNst bear th kinid of burden surils makes it iriong the greatest gifts of tn See "Comedy" next page SALLY STEWART AND LAURA KELLY plying their trade and having a few laughs DONIGAN'SDONIGAN SDONIGAN'SDONIGAN'SDONIGAN'SDONIGAN S 2z Jean Work Pants13.00 Bright Green, Brighf Red, Bright Yellow *Khaki -15.00 SFatigue Work Pants 15.00 Khaki ~112nW.Uiniversly Ave. DONMGAN'SDONIGAN'SDONIGAN 9:00-5:30 Mon-Fri Camera Shop 1232 W. University Ave. 376-7657 378-7120 U-o trvu his rntaio r fur east 09 ORNOSTALGIA STREAK U Our thick, juicy half pound top sirloin U B AIUD RUSSET POTATO U piping hriand uffs FUNREE RI9INE,&SODA U Wetll quecih thusishimt, white yo~u dine' :r ifyuprfrs*h riia CAESAR SALAD IALL FOR JUT 499: Plus na tanxand 1%%4r et thani, *1900 S.W. 13th St. (441) AMEX VIS74MC*DN-CLUB *a a U U Students we offer the lowest prices In town for ALL your school needs. Darkroom supplies Quality photofinishing Expert advice Camera Repairs Passport-I.D. photos Romo uses K a paper on all their prints. Kodak paper for a good look at the times of your life. Parking in Rear 0 uuee "rry N Im I

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alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979, 27 Pour ihturance against ttje h lii *adp (off. alng to H ANG 1228 W. Univ. 1 Mon.-Sat. 10-6 I swimming pool? Let the Arneson Pool-Sweep do it automatically You'll never have to clean your swimming pool again. Because the Arneson PoolSweep" does it automatia cally, 365 days a year For just pennies a day. Your pool will be cleaner than it's ever been. And it will stay that way. Because the Arneson Pool-Sweep is the most thorough.automatic pool cleaner available. Come in today and we'll show you the amazing Arneson Pool-Sweep. It's like having a self-cleaning Pool. ALLIED POOLS 40M New~berry Road 378-63r8 I., Comedy continued tram page twenty-six I ve always had it etc tin great its, A rtmed witt Mixxy's prm humrn p1roc lamat Mn .and I w Ilihng partner, the decisiOn %%a5 made t o e t'sttl t ti ial f r a t iitale journalist Cmtne(dv duo. t was nIot .11 adventu re I( wr ite litmtit( bout tit glowing terms. ()ur receptm iwas miewlhere Ibetweer the temperature (A likevwarn scrambled egg% and da old l ie creamy Sigmund Freid with his ttalortmade itp)thttes for 'S er occasion and t havior -stated that juniorr has in it a liiberating effect." My partner Sally and I translated Freud literatlsy and decided to talk atotut the things we know ctliege ain its frustrations, nmen and i r fristratiot and sex, the ultimate frustration Rtl ing it shared experience and twt radicall' tppitt ethic backgrotinds m-tniddle-class Catholic and t)ne' stip beltw tirtlhxit (tGcci-Jewish we wrote and prayed. I guess two rosaries and Inovena weren't enough. Maybie we should havetfferedt a sacrif ice. The tttitteint Of the nitaterial is, itf course, essential. Another vital factor iI the delivery if any comedy routine is timing. Lucille Ball would be just another red dye No. 2 conedienne without timing to perfect her sophisticated slapstick style. A punch line can Ie hoxlessly !tst if it is delivered in the cascade ttf laughter f rom a prev ious joke. Current applauded funnymen Martin Mull and Ge rge Carlin rely heavily on timing as well as the absurdity of life around then. When asked to define timing Mull replied. "Tining? Oh. yeah. I think that has something to do with wrist watches.' >:ttety Night drew a crowd that jammed the tinyt cocktail tables and packed the aisles. Waitresses frantically shuttled beer and drinks and the 15 scheduled comedy performers nervously rehearsed their lines as the audience grew restless and rowdy. As Sally and I bounded onto the stage we lioxked at each other as if to say, "What's a nice girl like me.?" Our twelve-minute, tightly packed dialogue jumped from our mouths. They laughed. We weren't the Lily Tomlin/Carol Burnetts we had hoped for but there was no mention of a cane from sidestage, either. The experience was memorable. I still use the same name and have not been discriminated against because of my short stage stint. One of the tellers at my bank did look at me a bit strangely last week, though. Maybe because my deposit slip was filled in with a magenta crayon. If Dr. Moody's faith in funny is credible and indeed true, I can expect to exceed longevity records. Sally and I will have to meet years from now, sit on a front porch in our no-iron paisley dresses and take turns saying, "Have you heard the one about.?" STiredofcleaning. I Iu I

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Alechue Generetor Bill Howell, Owner Generators-Starters Voltage Regulators Complete Coverage 1940-1979 Foreign Car Service Tractors, Trucks, Airplanes 8-5:30 Mon.-Fri. 8-1 Sate Phone 378-4011 1250 NW 4th Ave. Gainesville, FL 3201 I.---. FARMBEST MILK $1379 gal. w/purchase N. Main St. and 23rd Ave. 378-2040 OPEN Mon-Sat 5-7 QuOantity Rights Reserved 0 -i ------Now, you're Gator bait in our true blue Florida jeans. Hop to it-all you hard core Gator roofin' gals-come get your U of F logo jeans. Show 'em you're true to the ol' orange 'n blue in our slim fittin' Junior Rumble Seat or Missy Fancy Props blues. All are sparked with a peppy rear view orange 'n blue U of logo. Now that's spunky. Spirited. And wow-what Gator bait, an eyecatcher in 5-13, 24.00;or 6-18, 26.00. Junior World or Main Floor Updated Sportswear. MoAos Brothers Don Hayes Meat Market WHOLE SPARE FRYERS. RIBS. 39c lb. "C lb. BACON. DELMONICO WRAPPED and NY STEAK FILETS. STRIPS 99eo1.89 ea. Although the Iake Alice alligators escaped harpooning last spring when a UF ziilogv professor devised i plan to keep the dangerous critters off shore, the final andimost impirtant phase of the plan to save the 'gators has not yet begun, The construction of basking islands to give the alligators somewhere else to live has not started because the work is a low priority' item on the UF construction list, said Noel L ake, head of UF buildings and grounds. Lake said UF officials are pressuring his department to finish other projects such as the handshell, and could not speculate as to when the dirt islands would be started. Administrative Affairs Assistant Vice President Gerald Schaffer said the delay in construction poses no immediate problem. "The danger of alligators has existed for 50 years," Schaffer said. "There's always been the possibility that there could he a problem." Although other parts of the plan are already working and there's no imminent danger of an alligator attack, Schaffer said he would apply the necessary pressure to have the basking islands completed by the end of fall quarter. UF zoology Professor John Kaufmann -who devised the plan to save the gators -said students from the Fnvironmental Action Group have been down at the lake cautioning people about feeding hungry gators and waning signs have been posted. "I think that it is working pretty well," Kaufmann said. "The most important thing in the whole program is to get people to stop feeding the alligators. This (feeding) is bad for people and alligators." Kaufmann said posting fences around the lake and conditioning the animals to stay away from people by poking them with sticks probably would not be necessary. "We can't get them to stop basking on shore until we give them some place to go," he said. GATOR COUNTRY NOW OPEN Get Ready for the Alabama Gamelli 10 Styles of T-Shirts $3.50 ea 1 oz Beer Mugs $2.99 ea 30 styles Western Style Hats Orange or Blue Only $6.50 License Plates $1.49 GATOR PLAZA I block north of Univ Ave. on NW 13th St Open Mon Thru Sot 10-6 370. 4W. Er Donne War" A ligator Stoff Writer --I a ..I I I

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30, alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 SG Cabinet adds 4 Let PM show youa good time SG C bine ad s 4 kAR--ja -.0 0 v By Dvid Db Alligator Staff Writer Four more ([ UIF Student Body President l)oug Tthill*s cabinet appointees were approved Tuesday iv th Stiiiletit Senate. '14 new cabinet appointees include Health and lnsirance C;ardinator Steve Southerland, Legal Affairs coordinator Margaret Carey, Research and INevehlpnent Coorinator Roger Colton, And Financial Affairs (Ciordinator John Seeberger. Cabinet appXiintees usually moist be approved first by the Senate information and investigation Committee, but since the committee continually has failed to gather a quorum to carry on official btisine'ss, the senate voted to approve the 1 iX)Intee Old Of COmm11t tee. i he new c rdinators bring to 3i the number of 'ithill aiplixitees passed ) the senate IThree more poiti ons renmainoiox-n. rltrmil> previously has been criticisedI by 'snate leaders for failing to push his apjxiintees through the 80-rember Student Senate. The leaders, including Senate President Wade Johnson and] Pro-tempore Mike Christie,complained Tuthill's campaign promises many of shi h were to be implemented by the Cabinet remain unfullfilled some five months after his election in April. In other business, the senate defeated a proposed resolution which would have voiced senate opposition to "exclusionary" exams given by the IF chemistry depart ment. The chemistry department gives an exam during the first week of the quarter to weed out students who lack sufficient background. "If people can't do'this work, then why should they get into this class," said Sen. Tony Raitano, who said grading system "stinks" and that the test should be given prior to the beginning of the quarter. The resolution, sponsored by Students for Fducation and Equality Sen. Bill Lazar, was similar to a SEE party petiti umn criticizing the exams. The senate also gave initial approval to allocate $1,881 for purchasing a weekly student government page in the UF Journal. Communications Coordinator Amy Krueger told the senate the Journal offers a longer shelf life than other papers in Gainesville, and is $101 less expensive a week than The Alligator. We've go? something for everyone in The Alligator. Al's Pool Hall and Lounge TUESDAY NIGHT FREE DISCO Thursday SPECIAL!! Mon-Ihurs Night Lowenbrou. 56c Heineken.75c LADIES NIGHT 2 b s" All Ladies Drink Droft ALL Miller All Night mIGHT) Stor s t S IX 10Istdt: 139NW 5th Ao.,mm~13th St. ape=: 12-Sum menu Club To explore, enjoy, and preserve the nation's forests, waters, wildlife and wilderness. SAVE ENERGY We'll all be the richer for it. SUBTRRANEAN CIRCUS 8 sw 7th St. 376-1583 Op"i 10-10 Daly -11-8 su8duys The National Security Agency is seeking top graduatin students in Liberal Arts, Business and mathematics to meet the challenges of exciting, demanding careers. The first move is yours! To qualify for consideration, you must compete successfully on the Professional Qualification Test (POT). The PQT will be given on campuses throughout the nation on November 17, 1979. You must, however, register for the test by November 3, 1979. By scoring well on the POT, you will be contacted regarding an interview with an NSA representative. We will discuss the speific role you will play in furthering this country's communications security or producing vital foreign intelligence information. The POT helps to measure your potential for career opportunities in such diverse filds as: Prm -NSA's vast communications an" projects need the management of people who are intimately involved with the latest developments in computer hardware/software. Laageages-Fireign languages are valuable, vital tiols used at NSA for research and analysis. Advanced training can be anticipated as well as the possibility of learning another languageInformatilo Scieace A field, drawing upon a multiplicity of disciplines, involving the collection, storage, retrieval, interpretation and dissemination of information. ComiiimicafloinaScientifically devised, tested and managed cryptographic systems ensure the maximum degree of security in transmitting sensitive information around the globe. Since cryptography is a rather unique pursuit, the training of new employees is extensive and esoteric. Other Opportaaldes -A limited number of applicants may be selected for management support areas such as Personnel. Security, logistics and Resources Managennent. NSA An Equal Opporttuisty Employer. Register Now For The PQT Pick up a PQT bulletin at your college placement office. Fill out the registration form and mail it before November 3 in order to take the test on November 17. There is no registration fee. Those individuals graduating with a Bachelors or Masters degree in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science or Slavic, Near Eastern or Far Eastern languages may interview without taking the POT. Mathematicians, at the Masters degree level. are also exempt from having to qualify on the POT and may sign up for an interview. For NSA career positions, U.S. citizenship, a thorough background investigation, and a medical examination are required. 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olligator, thursday, october 11, 1979, 31 -0 More coal may put Keys under water By Denise Brasiel Alligator Staff Writer Tllhu-clerishlu-liurila Kit% s" "in "utl hi"s "",'i'garas I Fliri .mtii lost under water it the curnt sws itch-user to coAl-fired uwer contmots, a pro en(I-'t F researi-lpri lussuir predicts. The Ihxing wild bIthe restilt Of increasig li-si-Is 101 carbon uoxiili in ttattiospherithat couM inelt ti-i Olar ie caps. ThOugh the proc-ss would spai sv-ral hundr-d ,ears, it is "pussibil it' that has toN. investigated" si id ,M J. Ohanian, associate diian f r reb i-h In th College of Engineering. Ohianian related his predictiOns to a irFlOia i liius Of Representatives Agriculture COinmitter Wednesdas at the UF Institute Of FoKI and Agrictilttiral Sciences. Studies currently are being conducted at several points in the country, anId the federal government has sunk a few MEE T.MISS AMERICA Rutherford's New Line of Engagement Diamonds and Quality Wedding Ring Sets. Style & Quality At Great Prices It finally happened. ou ve fallen head over heels in love.and now you want to buy I E HIthe biggest, most beautiful diamiod in the world. Since oti aren't a millionaire, where do yt go for the best pIssibile diamond valtte. great style, an(d fine quality.the kind of ring she & yot can be proud of al the rest of siur lives? I irst.if oiyo itdon't know diamonds, kiow yiirjeweler. The reptitation of the jeweler.how well he's served other voting couples ju-st like yiorself.that's youir best liet. Ruthterfordis tlie jeweler who has ,tipplied the better diamonds andi better diamond valties for more t hatt th ree generations iin (ainesvillI. You're going to be happily stirprisedo when you discover that .in addition to Rutherford's great quality and smart new styles.the new MISS AMERICA engagement diamonds are priced about the same as the so-called discount shires and the bargain-price dealers. Alnld now. HRtitherford's ciomlletely Isew line of MISS AM E[R I('A Iiamond engagensett rings and wedding sets makes Rutherford's qu alitsy e ven more affordable ito everyie. Values like these didn't just happen. We've searched bung and hard to provide soU with oir fabulous new MISS AMERICA diamond creations. Our diamond experts are always available to answer yir ouIestions, or to assist you in yoir selection. Of Curse, the best budget-t erms arc available if vou wish. IN THE GAINESVILLE MALL REGISTERED JEWELERS Member American Gem Society Proudly serving U of F students and 376-4431 the University Communty for three *generations million dollars into the question. Ohanian said. "It will be a niinier of years before anyone can definitely say what will or will Inot happen," be added. I)espite the negativeffects, Ohanian said he is not oppoiseItothe useo coal a-lx-wer source. 1ut approves more of nticlear power. "If I had mxpreference, I would go with nuclear power." hi %aid, bt addd that bothi nuclear power and coal-fired p assir eo-ri-eid to m1e1t lt x-a 's needs. due to the dwindlI()hanin iiutt-id there are improvements that need to be adi in the tisi-of iiclear tixwer but there are "more proiliiiis with coal Curretitk. 45 I-rcent of the nations electricity an(l I iarcient of the state's electricity is produce by coal. By the ear 2.000, Ohanian predicts 50 percent of the state's utilities will have switieid to coal. At the current rate of use. Ohanian said the worldis supply of oil will start dying out around the year 2,X)0, while the sipplv of coal shoulil last another 300 to 500 years. Enough uranium exists to fire the present nuclear reactors for 30 Years, atid if breeder reactors are developed. nuclear power couili go on forever, he said. A breeder reactor produces more fiel than it consumes. Six s-im, fresh shaw,gde -ryan tmigy sauce. $3.49. I Long John Silver's Shrimp Dinner. Big delicious shrimp fried in our secret batter, and served with all the fixin's. This is a mealI Come in and enjoy It. We gIve you lots of reasons to love us. SEAFOODSHOPPES 1235 N.W. 16th Ave. BUFFETT TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE at Specs. Rebel Discount and University Box Office I-, DON'T GRADUATE without talking to the Hughes Recruiter visiting your campus soon. Contact your placement office for Interview dates. HUGHES' AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F 9.

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32, alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 Catch cablegator classifieds on Cable channel 6 7:30 am., I.30, 5:30, 7:30 pm. FOR RENT For Rent 2 bedroom ho99walk to 7 fireplace, screened porch yord 1119 sw Ist ais $275 378-5647 10 12 5-1 2tx 2both mobile home. furn.,n Glamor gordons-pool. Tnnet, store 2007/m call mike 376-5447 7fter 5 10 12-4 VACANCY for female UF student $340/qir moao)%6doyv/wk A/C heated room cce op living John at 375 2457 or 3729290 10 12 4 1 h room% for rent 150 a mo utilities inc luded ko~hen faclites big bock yord 10 min from U of F all 377 8036 1506 s 28th pl 10 Is 5 1 sublet LARGE one bd9m opt, pool sounce tennis etc Also central A/C. D /W and moe Wmdmodow/374 4228 k.eep try ingi io I& S I1 sublet one bedroom opt 2 blorkes to f nw 18th st $80 pe7 month water and garbage included unfurnished (oil 375-01 16 iiep trying 10 12 3 1 3 lbdr opt for rent quiet area furn kithen 0< hoot october rent froci 175, mo 1824 nw 9h i opt D ph 374 4767 10-12 3 1 Unf0ished one bedroom duplex' 330 nw 75th Street 4 blo from UF Tok.ovar pro sent lease stop by after 5pmn soon' 10 12 2 1 Apt to sublet I be loft oPI withmn Onsy walk nq distance of compus immediate oc tuponcy available newly remodeled $190 per month call 373.0067 10 15 3 1 FOR RENT ROOMMATE fix rent 4 bed I both porTiolly furnished house $250 out of town landlord no hoEiels pets allowed fence yord students only 375-3040 12 7 45L very nice 2bx opt #or rent viaor yo 260/mnth unTu7n pool laundry good loation97 inow 373469101 717 !97 For Rent Efficienc y qulet neighborhood close to UF pivate entrance tried both $150 uthesT 9nLuded 376 969 10 12 5 1 ROOMMATE t orgo traitor 1 112 miles from omp)s 481 3773 Do-d 10 12 5 2 ROOMMA TE WANTFD )VIZICA YA APT% OWN R 79M 108 mth apt 7 27 ome by 7, ol 373 0642 10 12 '1 2 formie do-sores fmolo roommol t 77ous7 vtudeni of professional person only -hf owns (or now 2 br house w fronted yard screen porch & washer pay only 1 3 rent A no "''l ($100 mo M t) I lo lto 5mile-, from compusmin79wbory 77ll7472 3757 M after 4 7pm T Th after 530pm 10 11 4 27 flowvole roommoeI17 $907opt7lose to om pus 2 2lks off 75o7e $007m 77pt72 ut'lites (lean, 203 nw l5th Nt opt 2 907 9494 29515 5 2 mood FEMALE to sKtOe 2b 2 both wmdl moodow-, opt 95, mo +t 1 4uA Iiles poorol suonn qym buo, rouve 377 0323 keep tr y og 10 12 4 2 Th. 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34. alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 7Catch cablegator declassified ~ on Cable channel 6 ~ 7:30 am., 1:30, 5:30, 730 pm. PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL LO BTEPE BTTEEGETC N dhf8 bDlp I 6.,p8 po11886 Ck98ied Ad 8ndthe Monotheistic DOCTRINE of Rtmcornation in 8he Torah, AW. Pphe.I, nd1the Gloophll Wrte The Truth of Islam, PO box 4494 South .ond, Indi6o 46624 1015-5-9 EASY M*YI .8itd only (A) stomp for McDon1ld's $50.000 sp1 in D81mond Hunt Contest Will spilwinnings375-3765 A" for Sonny 10 16-5-9 35mm Nkkrom1t comor with 50mm Ionsin good condition for sale $288 pice nagotiable coil eventnga 375 4151 10 12 3 9 PASSPORT RESUME JOB APPLICATION PHOTOS READY IN 60 SECO04DS MEDIA IMAGE 5 5 ,Moin51 3751911 10915 is9 WEDDING INVITATIONS One 8ek deliv" y i 6.ndds of styles Ciff Holl Painting 1103 N Main 376-9951 12 7 529 8x1ess Hair Probrms. 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A Fi-W, uster earns team's respect ith leading performances Robby Reynolds lirgator Staff Writer When teammates and coaches talk iafbout tu cross cun it rs nner Curt Luster, the words "otisstenit rid "st'as variably pop into the coiversatio. Now in his third year of running ior th fGators, ister has onsistently finished among the leaders in is crv race he itrers. In two meets this sear, Luster has finished first and 'ornd on the team, taking third and secoid places overall. He also has saved his best perforniances for the last neets f the season -the ones he svs really rcrirnt le moved up rom No. 4 man to first in 1978, and froim fifth 1i sercrnr in is f reshman year. I fiad coach John Randolph said his star "piits thef fort in das in and day out," pinpointing the risii 1r Luster's steady, showings. "He's the typ (f person a gxAl tear ii is fuilt around."' Admittedly proven rin r ow, Iiustro grit a late start i track and cross countrIs I Ii was interstfd more in Ixltbll ald basketball while growing up in Winter I fausi. Fla. A kie injury and his size, 5-fet I iichs, 14S Ibs. a iris immed amin to stick with running his junior %sar If high schol. (hae a sprinter in junior fhigfrI.usterised from hdi quarter mile, to the half auile n d inarls fithr nde amid H w trthetr ii w Iris coaih'is ratsai. Iiwent thrrrrghr what fir ialls sasrimr derliissaiag a irn's bfit sarit "When ou first start something. s'irse got to experiencr ibad tines before s icrreach sicress A combination of hard work andit natural talent helped him achieve All-Amrrrica status his senior sear After that season, h listed ti ofrs rfirom Appalachiar iState. iroy State Duke ind Cornell before choosing VF for its balance fb'tween athletics and education. Ms number on priority is toget air education Lister said. A political sicice major with a busissm management minor. he hopes o get an administrative Ipusituin with the government or Tri-Valles IGrowers, a large California canters fhe worked at this simmer -I dli ke to in a track cfif atid ruanother twi r itthree %vars," he sai, "then gist itrp after that I ister's goals this sear neide tialifsng for ths NCA.A chaIIrpionships iII Isthcrofrss rinirt rs artd track, where h' runs the steeplechase I hopos i iish imi the top t10m hi former. fi-is -alsr lookig fiorr i tf h the Furman In itational Cross G iritrs nmeet "atrirdasI te ti'ill e rIibbig lbow s witt psowerhouss Tennessie mat Aiburn runner's "''VWhfn I get (n that fins' Sattirdis .I ho toi iro to thiisn iplr vfho I aam, ILustir siat. Jruging from hirs prints rarrs. ''thiai'a pi rlc' alreads kio s sho ss ister is, and irs trplan g fast iiiarIte st ra tug tar rise nii thist' i rniier f-'s I ikels ItoI sm %Itfh tfhem II stride for rile. hlt I S CURT LUSTER RUNS THE STEEPLECHASE cross country runner is UF's Mr. Consistent RUSHING DEFENSE Att G Att Yds Avg. 4 138 406 2.9 4 159 425 2.7 4 178 592 3. 3 4 204 684 3.4 4 201 744 3.7 4 198 808 4.1 4 207 860 4.2 4 227 1032 4.5 4 245 1102 4.5 4 227 1299 5.7 PASSING DEFENSE Att 83 69 71 93 89 78 73 63 62 100 Cmp mt 36 12 31 9 34 7 41 6 43 3 38 6 44 5 32 1 43 1 55 5 TOTAL DEFENSE G 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 AtE 252 267 267 279 298 270 304 318 289 Tds 867 1077 1202 1285 1461 1474 1543 1698 1919 TOTAL OFFENSE G Att Yds 4 j 856 4 286 1650 4 -311 1577 4 263 1544 4 274 1299 4 288 1292 4 257 1272 4 246 1200 4 266 1019 4 2.50 '-949 Pct. Yds 43.4 335 4-.9 394 47.9 429 44.1 442 48.3 485 48.7 541 60.3 596 50.8 614 69.4 620 55.0 859 E Att Avgt. 4 3.35 3.44 4.0 4.5 4.6 4.9 5.5 5.1 5.3 6.6 Att Q Avg. A 5.6 4 5.8 4 5.1 3 -19 3 4.7 3 4.5 3 4.9 3 4.9 3 3.8 2, 3.6 2 Game Ave r. 101.5 106.2 148.0 171.0 186.0 202.0 215.0 258.0 275.5 324.7 TD 0 1 3 7 5 12 7 6 18 Aver. TO 83. 7 1 98.5 2 107.2 3 110.5 1 121.2 3 135.2 2 149.0 5 153.5 5 155.0 6 214.7 5 Game Aver. 185.2 216.7 269.2 300.5 321.2 365.2 368.5 385. 7 424.5 479.7 ;am ver. 464.0 12.5 94.2 86.0 24.7 23.0 318.0 00.0 25.4.7 237.2 Counselor puts school first my Martin Cohen Alligator Writer Almost ever, high school football star has spiraions of some day playing professional balt. But statistics show that only I percent oif all high school players play college bal and just I perrcent (f Icollege football players make it to the National Football lAagiUe. according to first-year Gator Academic ('oinel r" right Waters. Waters and his assistant. Toin 1ill, are not ncrssarits concerned with the slir Iichiinces of a UF fotfiall player 10) rrach the NI'L LThey are more concerned with th athlete's future once his playing days are over. "It's our job to make sure they are taking 12 credits (an NCAA requirement) and working toward some kind of degree." Waterssaid. "What we want to do, i sides making sure they're going to class, give them a little help," Waters said. "l ike the average student, footfall players are also a little confused as to what they want to do. "We set up personality anid aptitude guides to see where their talents lie" Waters said. "We want to take care of them when they get here." Although new to UK, Waters is no rookie. lie paid his dues at Southern Mississippi, where he worked for five years under head oach Bah Collins. The reason he came to Ut"? Charley Pell. "What I liked was Coach Pell's dedication to recruiting good student-athletes," Waters said. "Academics is getting to the point where it's as advanced as athletic training. TD 1 2 6 9 7 10 17 12 11 24 TD 22 16 16 14 9 6 9 a 2 S .uF:AFETY AAAN CMOW PIC OF PASS But his job is more than babysitting. He and Hill operate a study hall from 8 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Each player is signed up for three study sessions a week. An absence is like a normal school absence, except that it must be made up at double time. After that, the player must deal directly with Coach Pell. "We try Ii. motivate these, not threaten them," Waters said. '1They've been told for so long 'You're dumb.' but we tell them they're not dumb and stress to them that they can do it." Veteran players have noticed the difference in school emphasis. "Studying is much more regimented this year because of cd Pe'sl emphasis on schoolwork." said junior nsae Wafl Houdgh. an agriculture sajor. "Mhestukdy hell squy andprovides abetteratunoqsre forvschoowork.It's realy a bIigep" '11Wt SEC Statistics 1. Alabama 2.LSU 3.Kentucky 4.Auburn 5.Miss.State 6.Florida 7.0le Miss 8.Tennessee 9.Georgia 10.Vanderbilt I.Alabama 2. Florida 3.Tennessee 4.LSU 5.Kentucky 6.Miss.State 7.Georgia 8.01e Kiss 9.Vanderbilt 10.Auburn l.Alabama 2.LSU 3.Kentucky 4.Florida 5.Miss.State 6.Tennessee 7.01e Miss 8.Auburn 9.Georgia 10.Vanderbilt 1.Alabawa 2.Tennessee 3.LSU 4.Auburn 5.01. Miss 6.Vandarbilt 7.tIss.state L.Georgle 9.VLorlda 10'Kttoky I 0 alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979,35 uorts

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36, alligator, thursday, october 11, 1979 sports briefs Orioles 5-4 over Pirates STr lS tm S iir t I t)io lt' solit ii .li s i nl iip ou wa i> it tu. t tilI W oee'srrtugbyath.oidmeelIIto) .alI on thiamin\ping01tt thtLa( b (; dyliect oilfrI ieIor)O 6th Subway run s cheduled dw T shirts w', ill be ia rded to all bIIo IV is t M I k I IIV h( I bI tw\A. if fI tI V -rt J i l I ttl s'ila ,, libw av Him a fl\,I mik. 1 r I I i ll. h 1e s i lli t fn and 1)1,i( I, I () lt-11 r1. -111for which aw ard,, ,wIll bv ivi m i( kI(itiir Ii t I I wllo b gm it, [.lt ranitcv I -I N '$3 t I )th (,IpubbI I V1, Vr ( pI IIS,.11 h $ 1.So t ( I-'I r I( i I I. (k (:lI IIb mII IImbI)frs. T h. .wil tiI t I) a I Il A itht rcgiItriat if I I tak Ing phoi -Ibt f ire thto Tennis meeting announced 'HW 1140 11V ,i ll ibc bolcf l d detall"s()f interested lmttr\ ing wit toi tthtrauni t 4-p m)tIll Randolph to talk on training T hlc de.,(.(liment ()I tI iIIIIIV whedilfs w"Nill I nei k t I \, -,th :1 4 thI St ro -t a I I Secil)i( I it the topw)I( ( I hI i I t ra c k < I I )IJ hnI I e I h Il mt I c I IV s% h 11d t-(Iefd f r7 p) m 11 1( d ph *,t I Ik tto h % it t he ( :,I i i t, hA \AIparI1 t ( nI I" q I t l the ) Ip )bhI L ady golf ers tie f or 6th I F 1()st gI m ld ,,I I II -( ;, f r 1 I 1 t .1 a III,I hf-f< -III#Is, till1-o ( :a I IIh n Ah d III II Ii f h II II II l u I I I I IhI I 'a h I 'w i l I .I I li d t il l-t)t itm i I lll th it t lI tl ) I. t I d b h o t e t I s tb tn tl I (.( I Is a h ala nu .5 t t ( )IbI I-m tI I I I I r I I( 29S .id i 1()tal ()f 10 1 sto e c \ \ cst., iw () "s1(0 11wi b st, rollnd T vtta h i mnc undcr 73 asterir/ed b h 'B()gw M Nan''I" she 1in11shed thc third )IIII N itn h I thirve ver 77 )t > w( )Esc r(-, v t It .Bi t i ma ,i 11m1114 i a l u del ) Smld\ (4it'l 1 11 7 226. Sa h i( )vci S2 70 2 9 11 K t Batm a 7 ( )S I -2 -1 man ( ) i L, w*,, A c t 55 (; t -r-\ 1()(rr \\ ,, ()wint het(, toi rnc\ nml idnalt ith a third romid soe7:3 APARTMENT SPECIAL! SAVE! SAVE! 4-6oz. K.C. Sirloin Steaks 4-Chicken Leg's & Breasts 6-4oz. Beef Patty's 6-Pork Chops 51b. French Fries Ilb. of Hotdogs or Apple or Peach Pie Choice of three Juices O.J., Lemonade, Grape ONLY $15.95 SOUTHERN FOODS Inc. 1035 S.E. 4 St. 16 N.W. 6 Ave. 377-78 377-7000 HOURS: M-:Thurs 10-5 Fri 10-6 Sat9-1 S1.55 off with ad. Good titu 10t1679 Compare Reading Courses!!! Reading Development E.W.R.De Tuition-$125.00. New and review As high as 425.00 once a year, 50.00 to classes each quarter. No charge to rerepeat. enroll. Instruction-Bill Tilghman, 8 years UnkOwnDierent instructor fr past 5 experience, 3rd year at U of Fla. years. Books-Use yours from first lesson to 7th. Light Fiction. "The Old Man and the Learn to read up to 7 times faster with Sea"', "Animal Farm", 4'The Pearl" are good comprehension. -required for testing. Topics Covered-Rapid selective Rapid reading, some study pointers after reading, comprehension in study 4 weeks. Student has limited choice in material, 3 lessons on memory shortcuts. content. Study hints, test taking. We don't buy full page ads for a simple reason. The student ends up paying for all that space. With the information above, you may want to call Reading Development, (our classes start Oct. 1.17,.18.and 21st.) Coll today and save yourself a couple of hundred dallarsi Reading 1105 we Univ. Ave. Development 373-2944 Gainesville*Miami*Boca Raton 2 STORES TO SERVE YOU IN GAINESVILLE-SHOP AT GORDON'S: The Oaks, 6385 Newberry Road 0 Gainesville Shopping Center, 1222 North Main Street Also Pine Street Shopping Center, Ocala Shop Gordon's Coast to Coast.