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Union: UF stalling on discrimination charges

Jy Donna Wares
Writer
feet"k ai n r' n Strators are ra g' n S their
m / [ e usin S to consider charges of ongo ongop
p ongop ,' X c cr i m ination filed by local United
lativ Florida officials, UFF represen-
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at the Wednesday hearing.
UF administrators never showed up.
But administrators said they notified UFh
Grievance Chairman Chris Snodgrass Mon Monday
day Monday that the hearing was canceled because
the complaint did not comply with establish established
ed established grievance procedures.
The sweeping UFF charges failed to pin pinpoint
point pinpoint a specific discrimination case occurr occurring
ing occurring within 25 clays of the filing, as required
by the UF-UFK bargaining agreement, said

Profs or power:
UF sacrifices teachers
to pay rising energy bill

By Jay Mallin and Donna Wares
Alligator Staff Writers
UF will be able to meet its energy bills this
year because salary money which could
have been used to add 55 professors to UFs
faculty was diverted to pay energy costs.
And that means UF administrators have
been forced to pack even more students into
already overcrowded classrooms because of
the shortage of professors.
Executive Vice President John Nattress
said a plan was devised last spring to leave
open faculty positions unfilled for a year to
save money for skyrocketing energy bills.
UF planners predict that at the end of the
fiscal year June 30 there will be
$ 1,475,000 left in the UF salary budget. The
money probably will go to cover UFs
$790,000 energy deficit.
Had the money gone to pay for faculty
positions, as it was budgeted for, it would
have paid the salaries of about 55 professors,
said Academic Affairs Vice President Robert
Bryan.
If we could have put those 55 positions
out then we would have had smaller classes,"
Bryan said.
Brvan said the faculty cuts affected all UF
colleges equally.
Everybody shares in the misery equally.
Everybodys Overcrowded, he said.
Some UF classes, however, are jam jampacked.
packed. jampacked. including:
beginning economics class where one
professor teaches up to 900 students. He does
so bv using class sections where students only
see videotapes of his lectures;
political science class, American
Federal Government, where one teacher arid
a graduate student teach a single class of 300
students in a large auditorium;
The money that could have been used to
reduce the size of those and other classes was
instead turned into lapse money by keep keeping
ing keeping staff and faculty positions open, offficials

UF Faculty Relations Liaison Catherine
Longstreth.
We have never not heard a grievance, but
it is questionable whether or not this is a
grievance, Longstreth said.
Union members say administrators are at attempting
tempting attempting to skirt the issue.
They are required by law to meet with us.
For the first time, the administration has
refused to show up and hear our grievance,
said UFF Statewide Vice President Tom Aux-

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said.
UF collects lapse money when a position is
left vacant for several weeks while officials
search for someone to fill it.
UF automatically loses some salary money
in a budgeting process designed to account
for money earned that way.
During the past year, however, UF has
held faculty positions open specifically to in increase
crease increase the amount of its lapse money.
UF administrators said the practice of
holding positions open to keep salary money
is common in the state universities.
If there were sufficient appropriations we
wouldnt have to do this, Nattress said.
He said UF officials had developed several
plans to meet the spiraling energy costs.
Nattress said using the lapse money, along
with money from other sources, enabled UF
to retain money budgeted for scientific and
'lf there were sufficient
appropriations we
wouldn't have to do this
John Nattress
technical equipment.
Earlier in the year, UF administrators had
considered diverting 25 percent of that
money to pay bills.
UF had been unable to meet its energy bills
because fuel costs had risen faster than ex expected,
pected, expected, along with increased fuel adjustment
charges caused by the shutdown ot the
Crystal River nuclear plant earlier this y ear.
While UF energy problems for the past
year have been alleviated,administrators are
still worried they will come up short next
year.
Thev say their request for money from the
Legislature for the 1980-81 year is out outdated
dated outdated before it has been voted on because
energv costs are spiraling upwards faster
than administrators predicted.

ter. We are not going to participate in
sweeping under the rug the evidence we have
found.
The UFF evidence charges:
percent of UF academic department
have no woman faculty members;
the past five years the number of
female faculty members has increased onlv 1
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percent;
hiring practices virtually en ensure"
sure" ensure" the number of tenured female faculty
members will not increase;
administrators have distributer!
smaller percentages of raises to female facul faculty
ty faculty members than male faculty members.
UFF representatives say they plan to carry
their complaint to the Board of Regents.
Regents chief negotiator Caesar Naples
declined to comment about the complaint
because he said he probably would be asked

Speech professor wins teaching honor

Speech Associate Professor Howard
Rothman has been named teacher of the vear
by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Graduate Council.
The award "recognizes distinguished
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to test the validity of the complaint.
If the complaint was not acceptable as a
grievance, UF might consider it as a
problem," Naples said.
Longstreth admitted the lack of female
faculty members was a problem but said the
remedies demanded by UFF officials might
discriminate against men.
"We need to do as much as possible to
recruit women, but to set quotas when they
are not available is unrealistic," Longstreth
said.
She said faculty members could file in individual
dividual individual grievances when violations oc occurred
curred occurred and work with the Affirmative Action
Council.

Any student in the College of Liberal Arts
and Sciences may submit a nomination to a
committee which selects the winner. Five
nominees were selected this vear.
The four runners-up were Fred Blakev,
John Mahon, Geraldine Nichols and C.A.
V anderW erl all professors in the college.

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Challenge gains
control of senate
By Rocky Morotti
Alligator Staff Writer
Supporters of the Challenge Party during recent Student
Government elections apparently have established a
stronghold in the Student Senate, despite their student body
presidential candidates loss.
Challenge-affiliated senators muscled their way into the
two top senate spots Tuesday night, denying opposing party
chairman Skip Dvornick any position in the senate leader leadership.
ship. leadership.
Dvornick, chairman of the Florida Concerned Students,
lost the senate president race to former President Pro Protempore
tempore Protempore Remzey Samarrai by a 39-32 vote.
Dvornick also lost a bid for president pro-tempore later in
the meeting. Challenge organizer Dean Saunders had been
expected to run unopposed. But Student Body President Erik
Melear and other Florida Concerned Students leaders had
been urging Challenge senator Joe Rivers to run against
Saunders for two weeks.
We didnt want Saunders to run unopposed, said
Senator Jim Rhyne.
As the senate president election dragged on inside senate
chambers, the hallways outside was a beehive of activity.
Members of both parties tried to convince Rivers to run or
not to run.
Rivers eventually was nominated, but declined the
nomination after Dvornick allowed himself to be considered
for the pro-tempore spot.
The nomination of Dvornick had nothing to do with my
declining the nomination, Rivers said.
Saunders defeated Dvornick by a 40-30 margin to become
the new senate pro-tempore.
The senate spent 90 minutes electing two senators to the
powerful Rules and Calendar Committee. Joe Rivers and
Bob Wattenbarger were elected to the committee, beating
out fellow senators Susan Joyce and Mike Crumpler.
Senators announced that an off-campus seat had been
vacated. It will be filled by the Rules and Calendar Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, which will meet to interview prospective senators Mon Monday
day Monday at 4 p.m. in the cabinet room in the Activities Center of
thej. Wayne Reitz Union.

House votes in favor of merger

From staff and wire reports
The House Higher Education Committee Wednesday
voted in favor of joining UF with the University of North
Florida in Jacksonville.
The merger would take place after the 1980-81 school
year. Details involved in joining the two universities would
be worked out by a planning council composed of represen representatives-from
tatives-from representatives-from both universities.
The House committee also voted to join Florida Interna International
tional International University in Miami with Florida Atlantic University
in Boca Raton.
The vote came as the committee worked on an omnibus
bill revamping Florida higher education.
The act would create a board of trustees at Tech State
University, abolish the Board of Regents, and establish a
Postsecondary Education Coordinating Council to govern
Florida colleges and universities.
Although committee members agreed to tack on amend amendments
ments amendments supporting the merger, they were unable to finish

Program orientates new students

By Sue Levin
Alligator Writer
The scene is UF, the time is September.
Walking along in the distance two wide eyes and an open
mouth appear. An alien from another planet? Not quite. It is
a freshman coming to college for the first time.
Frightened, bewildered and confused, new incoming
freshmen and transfer students can receive guidance through
the Preview Program. .....
Preview Assistant Director Beverly Underwood said, It s
a wonderful program and we have a great, young and eager
staff.
There are 16 paid staff members this year under student
director Chris Craft, a senior education major.
New students come to one of 17 Preview orientation ses sessions
sions sessions offered during the summer beginning June 23 and stay
overnight in Broward Hall, Underwood said.
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By Andrea Rowand
Alligator Staff Writer
Gainesville police impounded a feisty gray and black
kitten after the tiny feline bit a UF employees finger, UF
police said.
The kitten nipped Division of Housing employee Joel
Ellis Monday morning when Ellis tried to pluck the frisky
animal from a ditch.
Ellis called UF police to take him to the Infirmary for
treatment, where he filled out the detailed Department of
Health and Rehabilitative Services Standard Animal
Bite Form.
Encountering difficulties catching the uncooperative
kitten, Gainesville police left it up to UF police to procure
the fleeing kitten, police said.
Gainesville police later booked the kitten into the
Alachua County Animal Shelter, where it is being held
for bite in quarantine.
The kitten will be put to sleep after a 10-day waiting
period if it remains homeless, shelter employees said.
Ellis declined comment on the case, because his boss
wouldnt like it.

work on other sections of the bill. Further action was
delayed until today.
The merger had been opposed by Jacksonville legislators,
who wanted details of the merger worked out beforehand.
They asked the Legislature to mandate a study of the
mergers before voting on them.
The Board of regents issued a statement last week saying
legislators should order a feasibility study of the mergers
before they voted on them.
Some local legislators, however, supported the merger of
UF and UNF. Rep. Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne, said joining
universities would lessen competition in the state University
System^
It would help eliminate fighting among the universities
who are at each others throats, Martin said.
Martin said UF is the main loser in the fighting for money.
He also said UF would gain several advantages from being
connected with an urban center, including a broadened
political base.

Preview Director Maggie Beistle said on the first day,
freshmen tour the campus, the fraternities and sororities.
They also receive information on meal plans, insurance, off offcampus
campus offcampus housing and registration procedures.
Next, new students meet with an undergraduate academic
adviser to decide what courses to register for the fall as well
as possibilities for prospective majors.
We try to get representation from various departments,
Beistle said.
About 150 students and their parents attend each session.
The second day of orientation is set aside for registration.
During this time, staff members assist freshmen on how to
make choices for classes.
In operation for the past 22 years, the program provides a
needed service to incoming freshmen and transfer students.
Students are scared to death. Were taking people at a
critical point in their lives and taking the curse off it. Were
not in the business of recruiting, just demystifying, Beistle
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worldwide

Carter wants Castro
to accept air or sealift
WASHINGTON President
Carter challenged Cuban leader
Fidel Castro Wednesday to accept
an immediate airlift or sealift to br bring
ing bring Cuban refugees to the United
States.
We are prepared to start an
airlift or a sealift immediately as
soon as President Castro accepts
this offer, said Carter, adding the
Coast Guard had been ordered to
halt the current unofficial sealift by
small boats out of Florida.
Some 40,000 Cubans have fled
their communist-ruled island in
perilous voyages across the Florida
straits from Cuba since April 21.
The President also announced the
opening of a family registration of office
fice office in Miami and said criminal and
mentally-ill Cubans forced out
by Castro will be forced out of
the United States.
The presidential statement was
concerned with Cuban refugees and
did not set policy for thousands of
Haitians who have recently sought
asvlum in this countrv.

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The Freedom Flotilla

Miami-area schools
flooded by refugees
KEY WEST The refugee flood
from the freedom sealift topped
40,000 Wednesday, causing major
problems for Miami-area schools
and for the Carter administration
which was drafting a policy to deal
with the human tide.
In Tallahassee, state lawmakers
were balking at paying for
thousands of refugee children enter entering
ing entering the public schools, and warned
property taxes would have to be
raised unless the federal govern government
ment government picked up the tab.
The Florida House and Senate
have approved a resolution calling
upon Carter to disperse the new
wave of refugees around the coun countrv.
trv. countrv.
Dade county school superinten superintendent
dent superintendent Leonard Britton told House
and Senate subcommittees that
refugees were registering for
schools in the Miami area at the
rate of 60 children per day or the
equivalent of a normal-sized
elementary school everv 2 1/2
weeks.

Health offidals say
most In good health
ATLANTA Many Cuban
refugees with prison and homosex homosexual
ual homosexual backgrounds are infected with
venereal disease, but federal health
officials said Wednesday most of
the immigrants from the sealift are
in good health.
Syphilis, gonorrhea and other
venereal diseases have shown up in
as many as 11 percent of the
refugees tested at the crowded tent
city' processing center at Fort
Walton Beach, Fla.
But the Atlanta-based National
Center for Disease Control said
cases of leprosy and tuberculosis
among the refugees are few and
pose almost no threat of infection
for the American public. The CDC
receives weekly reports of all com communicable
municable communicable diseases nationwide.
Mentally ill adults and mentally
retarded children, many apparent apparently
ly apparently turned out of Cuban institutions
by Fidel Castro, are appearing in
growing numbers in the wave of
refugees, officials said.

Language problems
sideline investigation
TAMPA, Chinese language
problems bogged down a Marine
board investigation Wednesday of
the collision of the freighter Sum Summit
mit Summit Venture with the Sunshine
Skyway bridge and a recess was
called, giving board members a
chance for an on-the-scene look at
(HUPEI.
the freighter.
The body of the 35th victim of
the nations third-worst bridge ac accident
cident accident was recovered from Tampa
Bay Wednesday morning. All but
four of the bodies have been iden identified.
tified. identified.
The language confusion tripped
an interpreter flown in from New
York, who apparently couldnt
understand the nautical terms be being
ing being used by investigators and the
vessels first mate, Chan Chin
Yee, a 50-year-old seaman from
Hong Kong.

Senate rejects effort
stamp legislation
w CTON The Seante
Wednesday rejected an effort to
kill legislation to raise the food
stamp spending ceiling, and
began work to push a $3 billion
appropriation through/ Cdn gress
before a Thursday deadline'!
The measure is necessary to pre prevent
vent prevent a temporary cutoff of food
stamps for 21.4 million
Americans at the end of the
month.
Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., tried
to send the authorization bill back
to a House-Senate conference,
complaining the rush to get food
stamp legislation approved was a
contrived crisis to preclude
serious reform of a program out
of control.
His motion was defeated 61-29,
and the Senate then approved the
conference compromise 65-25.
Weather
Todays forecast: variable
cloudiness with 40 percent chance
of thundershowers. Highs in the
upper 80s (31-32 degrees C) and
lows in the low 70s (21-22 degrees
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Police back
Bason for chief
By Michael Szymanski
Alligator Staff Writer
A petition signed by 146 Gainesville police officers urging
that acting police chief Joe Bason be kept on as top dog in the
police department reached City Manager Orville Powells
office late Wednesday afternoon.
Detective Clifford McDonald submitted the plug for
Bason, saying the petition he circulated was his own idea.
Powell said the petition would not sway his decision. He
said he would make the best choice for the city after fully
reviewing the 220 applications.
McDonald told Powell how Bason handled an Iranian pro protest
test protest march last December.
I saw real concern for this community in him (Bason),
McDonald said. He was right on the line with his subor subordinates
dinates subordinates in command and not seated elsewhere giving orders.
Even when the march was over and the crowd would not
leave and many began to fight, I observed Major Bason go going
ing going to teach groups in person and explaining to them what
would happen if they did not disperse, McDonald said.
This is commendable as this was a crucial situation involv involving
ing involving around a thousand people which ended with no one be being
ing being hurt.
McDonald said he worked under Bason 10 years after be being
ing being discharged from six years of duty in Vietnam. He said his
experience makes him qualified to know good leadership.
Another police supporter of Bason Lt. Winston
Snowden mistakenly signed the petition twice. He said he
thought Bason was a loyal, honest man.
It has been customary for the police department to en endorse
dorse endorse someone who has done a satisfactory job, Snowden
said.
Snowden flatly denied reports that some officers were
coerced into signing the petition.
"This was a strictly voluntary thing, Snowden said. I set
the petition on a desk and whoever wanted to sign the peti petition
tion petition did. No action was taken against anyone who did not
sign the petition.
Snowden said he did not see the finished petition before it
was turned in to Powell Wednesday.
Powell receiver! an anonymous letter Monday urging that
Bason be refuser! the chiefs job. Powell said the short letter
was derogatory toward both Bason and former police Chief
Courtnay Roberts.
Powell plans to decide who will replace Roberts by the end
of the month. A citizen advisory panel is reviewing applica applications
tions applications for the chiefs job, but Powell makes the appointment.
Bason could not be reached for comment late Wednesday.

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Blue Key admits 44
in 'open' gesture
tty Rocky Moretti
Alligator Staff Writer
Claiming to be opening things up a bit more, the
Florida Blue Key leadership honorary society admitted
44 students to its ranks last weekend.
Os the 44, one is black. Blue Key leaders claimed one onethird
third onethird of the new members are 'independent, or unaf unaff
f unaff ilia ted with fraternities or sororities.
In order for applicants to gain admission to the
prestigious society, two-thirds of the members must vote
for the applicant. Before the voting, a committee review reviewed
ed reviewed the applications and placed them into three categories:
highly recommended, recommended and not recom recommended.
mended. recommended. > ;
Student Body Treasurer Mike Christie was the only
highly recommended applicant who did not make the
cut. He said this years selection process was very good
in comparison to years past.
A lot of independents got in, Christie said.
Christie said he was not admitted because of bloc
voting against him by one of the five Blue Key factions.
Blue Key membership is coveted highly among some
student groups. Blue Key alumni include Gov. Bob
Graham and former Florida Attorney General Robert
Shevin.
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Audit planned
for financial aid
State University System officials are hiring an auditor to
examine the way state universities administer their federal
student financial aid programs.
The check is being conducted to comply with federal
guidelines requiring an audit of the programs every two
years.
A spokesman for the Department of Education in
Washington said the auditors will check the financial books
of the aid programs to make sure they are being ad administered
ministered administered in compliance with federal law.
That will include checking to make sure the aid is being
given to eligible students and counting the number of
students defaulting on National Direct Student Loans.
Board of Regnets staff members say they are now selecting
an accounting firm to do the audits.
They said the amount the firm will be paid has not yet
been negotiated.

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Illegal calls traced
to UF freshmen
State attorneys have agreed to allow two UF students to
make restitution for $ 1,486.09 worth of unauthorized phone
calls made over a four-month period, UF police said.
The calls, eight of them to West Germany, were made
from the office phone in the College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences Womens Studies Program, police said.
Police said Allan Williams and Judy Valles, both lUF, ad admitted
mitted admitted to the calls and agreed to pay $325.55 and $1,121.82
respectively, leaving a small amount still unaccounted for.
Four of the West Germany calls cost more than SIOO
each, making them a felony, police said.
Police said Valles, a former employee in the office, is on
academic suspension.
Feud spurs arrest
A Gainesville woman was arrested and charged with
shooting her husband in the head early Wednesday morning,
culminating what Gainesville police termed a family argu argument.
ment. argument.
Police said Cora Lee Baker shot her husband Nathaniel
with a .32 caliber handgun about 2:30 a.m. in the Baker
home at 1403 NE 20th Place.
Cora Baker, charged with aggravated battery, was releas released
ed released from the Alachua County Jail on her own recognizance
by Circuit Judge Chester Chance.
Nathaniel Baker was listed in satisfactory condition at
Alachua General Hospital Wednesday afternoon.
Wound leaves woman
in critical condition
A Gainesville woman is in critical condition at Shands
Teaching Hospital with back wounds suffered when she was
shot Tuesday morning.
Bobbie Jean Simpson, 28, of 2626 E. University Ave., was
shot with a medium-caliber handgun during an argument,
Gainesville police said.
Police said a man was seen fleeing the scene, but they have
not made any arrests.
Stick- wielding citizen
thwarts local burglary
A Gainesville man prevented a burglary Wednesday mor morning
ning morning by keeping a suspect at bay with a large stick until
police arrived, Gainesville police said.
Police said Gordon Jones, 2225 NE Seventh St., was in investigating
vestigating investigating the sound of breaking glass outside a 7-11 store
near his house when he confronted the suspect.
While Jones detained the suspect, Jones wife called the
police.
Police arrested Timothy E. Mcae, 18, of 2831 NE Ninth
St., and charged him with burglary.
Mcae is being held at the Alachua County Detention
Center in lieu of SSOO bond.
Six packs of cigarettes were recovered at the store at 680
NE 23rd Ave.
UF police arrest former student
UF police arrested a former UF student Wednesday at the
Campus Shop and Bookstore and charged him with stealing
a pack of Marlboro cigarettes worth 77 cents.
Randy Alan Corn, formerly a UF freshman, was arrested
after a clerk allegedly saw him hide the cigarettes in his
clothing, police said.
Police said Corn told them he would have paid for the
cigarettes but he left his money at home.
Corn was charged with petty theft.
Jew strays from home pot
A Wandering Jew wandered from its home'in a Norman
Hall office Wednesday, leaving only the plant pot intact on
the windowsill, UF police reported.
Miriam Williams, the secretary who shared her office with
the plant, told police she had left the office locked the night
before. Police said there was no sign of forced entry or exit.
Vandal sprays toilets black
An vandal spray-painted toilet seats with black
enamul Wednesday in the Shands Teaching Hospital
Physical Therapy Department lounge, UF police said.
Dr. William Gould reported the sls act of vandalism tc
police, adding that the lounge is open 24 hours daily, polict
said.
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opinions

Legal logic
Actions taken by UF president Robert Marson in the
last two years illustrate a dangerous inconsistency in
Floridas financial disclosure law that threatens the in intent
tent intent of the three-year-old statute.
In 1978, Marston agreed to serve on the Board of
Directors of the multi-million-dollar Johnson and
Johnson pharamaceutical corporation. No harm in
that, Marston said.
But Marston failed to note UFs extensive dealings
with the New Jersey-based medical supply company.
In 1977, a year before Marston bought 1,200 shares
of J and J stock at a legally undisclosed price, UF did
$50,338 in business with the giant band-aid supplier.
In 1979, after Marston had served on the J and J board
two years at another undisclosed fee, UF more than
doubled its business with J and J to $ 116,693.
We dont believe Marston is illegally responsible for
the increase in business. But we do believe his legal
refusal to disclose his compensation from J and J has
dropped a cloud of suspicion on UF.
In 1977, 79 percent of Florida voters approved an
amendment to the states 1973 disclosure law. The
amendment requires Floridas 1,600-plus elected of officials
ficials officials to report annually their net worth, sources of in income
come income more than 10 percent of their total income, and
the amount of money they received from each source.
This action, known as financial disclosure, is required
of every elected state official from governor to county
commissioner. It is designed to keep politicians from
tampering with taxpayer money.
High-ranking appointed officials primarily the
university system chancellor, the 10 members of the
Board of Regents, and the nine state university
presidents also must comply with the law.
But these officials, who this year managed a $365.8
million budget, are exempt from revealing the amount
of money they receive from their sources.
We dont understand the logic of an ethical code
that includes an elected city commissioner responsible
for thousands of tax dollars but partially exempts a
high-ranking appointed official controlling 10 or 100
times that amount.
Two weeks ago, state lawmakers had a chance to
rectify this unfortunate double standard. But for the
third year, the effort to require full disclosure of high highranking
ranking highranking appointed officials was all but killed.
State Sen. Harry Johnston, who gutted the most re recent
cent recent attempt to expand the disclosure requirement,
said five of the 10 Regents would quit if forced to file
full financial disclosure.
J.J. Daniels, a Regent who threatened to quit, said
anyone who wants to steal from the state can find a
way whether they reveal their finances or not.
The financial disclosure requirement, however, has
proven to be a definite deterrent to fiscal finagling.
Within three years after the original disclosure law
was passed a much weaker measure than the one we
believe should be implemented three state cabinet
officers and two Florida Supreme Court justices either
resigned or were kicked out of office for illegal fiscal
mismanagement.
We suggest a plan that calls for a two-tier system of
disclosure that would allow the amount of informa information
tion information officials must reveal to depend on the responsibili responsibility
ty responsibility of their jobs. The plan still would require all elected
officials to file an annual full disclosure statement. But
it also would require appointed officials whose respon responsibility
sibility responsibility includes $500,000 or more of public money to
file a similar annual disclosure. The $500,000 amount
today would include the Regents, university system
staff and the nine university presidents.
We suggest Florida officials who cannot comply
resign or file complaints in a court of law. To quote
University of South Florida President John Lott
Brown, Why not disclose? If you dont, it looks like
you have something to hide.
We urge local Sens. Buddy MaqKay and Pete Skin Skinner
ner Skinner to think about the logic of Browns remark. We
hope they will successfully amend the bill when it is
considered by the full Senate.
Give fheliill its heart To give state government its*
soul.

I'SMII. ITXISE
Anderson
He offers voters a difference

Editor: John Anderson has spent nearly 20 years in the
House of Representatives, serving as chairman of the House
Republican Conference and the senior Republican on both
the Joint Atomic and Ad Hoc Energy Committees.
Hes been described as one of our ablest and most skillful
legislators and perhaps the best speaker in Congress. He is an
intelligent man, who doesnt speak in vague generalities.
This is how John Anderson addresses America:
> Inflation He believes we must hold down government
spending and boost productivity. He introduced legislation
to limit government outlays to 20 percent of the estimated
GNP for each year. He supports making interest on savings
account up to SSOO non-taxable, tax incentives for research
and development, and a new federal manpower policy to
upgrade market skills rather than providing temporary jobs.
Energy A part of the problem results from the failure
of our leaders to offer firm solutions. Not Anderson. He pro proposes
poses proposes a 50 cent a gallon energy conservation tax* on motor
fuels to reduce consumption and dependence on foreign sup supplies.
plies. supplies. Safeguards for the needy, elderly and business include
using the tax proceeds to reduce Social Security taxes and in increase
crease increase benefits and to allow for certain tax credits.
Anderson also supports deregulation of oil prices, a stand standby
by standby gas rationing plan and a windfall profits tax to be used
for low-income assistance, mass transit, and the develop-
Other countries
Editor: This letter is in response to Mr. Jaffes letter
printed in the May 13 Alligator.
Jaffe cites the Vietnam War as his major example. First of
all, Vietnam was not a war, it was a police action just like
Korea. Vietnam was also the result of many treaties with the
countries of southeast Asia. These treaties are similar to the
Ike
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ment of energy alternatives.
He favors an Energy Mobilization Board to cut red tape on
energy projects. He favors a review of the whole nuclear
question.
Womens Rights He supports ERA and voted to ex extend
tend extend its deadline for ratification. He feels poor women
should have the right to choose abortion as do women who
can afford it.
Health Care He feels the private sector must be in involved
volved involved on any health care program to provide a choice in the
delivery of services. He supported an extension of Medicare
and Medicaid services, and for federal oversight to control
fraudulent practices in them.
The Environment He supports the Alaska Lands bill,
voted for the National Parks and Recreation Act of 1978,
renewal of the Clean Air and Water Acts, plus numerous
other legislation.
In sum, John Anderson is a man of ideas who addresses our
problems in a comprehensive manner, keeping an eye on to today
day today while preparing for the future. So before you pledge
your support to any candidate come to room 334 of the
Union at 7:00 p.m. today and consider John Anderson.
Roger J. Anderson
in Vietnam, too
NATO treaties of today. We were not the only country
fighting in Vietnam. The Austrailians and French were there
also.
Being a police action the military was not given a free
hand in doing what was necessary to win. The bureaucrats
in Washington kept the military from fighting the war effec effectively.
tively. effectively. The bombing of the North is a classic example of this.
We were hurting the North so badly with our bombing
that it had to be stopped as a prerequi site to the beginning ot
the Paris peace talks. In a war there are no prerequisites to
beginning the peace process.
In answer to your concern about the peasants of Vietnam
and their Casualty rates: we killed more civilians in one tire
bombing raid over Tokyo than we killed in all the bombing
raids on the North.
And another thing, those peasants had a bad iab
walking into military installations with booby traps on 1
person. Many American soldiers were killed in this
As for Iran, I do not care to address this issue, and
think that you should address it either without suppo m &
what you say with facts.
Do you think that the conditions under the Ayatolla
any better than under the Shah? The Shah is reported t
killed 35,000 in 25 years. The Ayatollah has already kiiiea
2,000 in a little over a year. Figure it out for yourself!
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opinions

Birth Control
Doctor details one wav

Editor: As Regina Jackson correctly points
out in her recent article on contraception
i Alligator Thursday, May 1) natural
methods are not as reliable as some other
forms of birth control. An estimated 5-10
percent of couples across the country,
however, are finding so-called rhythm
methods acceptable in contraception and
child spacing.
The failure rates of natural family plann planning
ing planning methods are said to be in the order of
those for condom and diaphragm. Reliability
is greatly improved if couples have a high
degree of fertility awareness, are well wellmotivated,
motivated, wellmotivated, and are prepared to abstain from
intercourse or use barrier methods during
potentially fertile days each cycle.
Your article states that abstinence from
sexual intercourse is recommended during

Teachers who cannot speak English still teach

Editor: I came to UF to learn at the best university in the
state of Florida, but to my surprise, the department of
chemistry is not quite what I expected in the way of higher
education.
1 am presently taking CHM 2041 and the only reality of
the course is instructors that cannot speak English but
nevertheless teach.
In my chem lab for example, my TA is of Middle East
origin and his accent makes comprehension impossible.
When asked a question, he will not answer the question with
a reasonable answer he will only answer whether the

RA letter took aim at the whole system

MHor I would like to counter die responses from various
RAs made on May 7. My April 30 letter was not aimed at
RXs from a personal standpoint. My letter was aimed at the
system.
Residents are second class citizens because they do not en enjoy
joy enjoy the rights guaranteed them by the U.S. Constitution. If
an RA can enter and search a room without a search war warrant
rant warrant and against a citizens will, then that citizen is relegated
to second class status.
The reason I lived in die dorms was because my parents
and 1 thought is would be a positive living experience and
because I could not afford other housing. If 1 had known that
I would have been in a temporary triple half the year 1
would have found another place.
Why should there be an elevator key? Walking up and
wn five flights of stairs several times every day is ex exhausting.
hausting. exhausting.
As far as visitation goes, I was never given a chance to vote

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the post-ovulatory, high body temperature
phase of the menstrual cycle. On the con contrary,
trary, contrary, a sustained rise in body temperature
(taken daily each morning) signals the begin beginning
ning beginning of a period of absolute infertility which
lasts until a few days after the beginning of
the next menstrual bleeding.
A rule of thumb is to wait until three
temperatures are greater than any of the
proceeding six before assuming that a safe
period has begun. Expert assistance is re required
quired required in the interpretation of many basal
body temperature graphs. Instruction in
natural family planning methods is available
at the Gainesville Womens Health Center.
Robert Abrams, Ph.D.
UF Dept, of Obstetrics and Gynecology

answer is wrong or right.
I agree that independent work increase learning and self selfreliance,
reliance, selfreliance, but if I knew everything about the course, 1
wouldnt have to take the course.
In my discussion class, when asked a question about our
homework, our TA will look up the answer in the teachers
manual and write the answer on the board. If a student still
does not understand, tough luck! The student can still go to
help sessions, only to have the same treatment.
So here 1 am, a reasonably intelligent student learning to
hate a subject due to the frustration of trying to learn it.

on it. If there is such a vote bravo to Housing thats a
step in the left direction. Housing could take it a step further
by protecting those (say the 40 percent or so who dont want
visitation) to come and go freely as adults. This could be
achieved democratically by designating two floors for
freedom and three floors for visitation.
My sexual relationships were very fulfilling except for
those times proscribed by visitation policy.
The dorms should not regulate ones personal choice by
stifling an individuals behavior to conform to a code decid decided
ed decided upon by Housing administrators.
I lived peacefully in the dorms but not with their rules. If
the RAs primary concern is to their residents then why dont
they respond to repressed residents by demanding change
from administrators?
En loco parentis is a dead concept!
Richard Gaeta
4AR

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I really hate to pay S6O for a course in frustration, so here
is some suggestions for our famous chemistry dept:
Hire some teachers who have a knowledge of chemistry;
Hire some teachers who can speak clear English;
Reconstruct the laboratory procedure so a student can
have his questions answered without waiting for 45 minutes;
Make decisions (test times and locations, for example)
and stick with them.
Name withheld upon request
If he's gay, so what?
Idltor: Funny how 1 feel a need to defend myself
against uninformed people like Alfred Victoria. He ac accuses
cuses accuses gays of being drug addicts, spreaders of venereal
disease, molesters erf little children and sado-masochists.
Well so we are. And so are blacks, Hispanics, Italians,
Jews, construction workers, you name it. The fact is those
terms can be applied to any group of people. They are in incredible
credible incredible generalizations which hie appears to believe are
applicable to all gay people.
Sheer ignorance.
Why doesnt he wake up and See that gays are just like
everyone else. We have problems, joys, sorrows, loves just
like he does. It is funny that I have to defend myself
against those uninformed people like Alfred Victoria;
there is no reason for this defense.
I am what I am, a happy, well-adjusted person, and if
I happen to be gay, well so what?
Name withheld upon request

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'BO Preview Staff To Spend Summer As UF Hosts

Seventeen UF students have been selected to serve on the 1980 Preview staff of the
22nd annual Freshman Summer Orientation program.
The staffers serve as hosts, guides, advisors and companions to the almost 2,500
freshmen and their moms and dads, who visit the UF campus during the seventeen
two-day seasons from June 23 through August 14. Two sessions will also be held for
transfers and their families in July.
Preview staff members live on campus during the summer quarter and receive a
Fuqua To Hold House
Energy Hearings Here

A Congressional subcommittee will hold
hearings on campus Friday on the future
of renewable energy resources in the
state.
UJS. Rep. Don Fuqua (D-Fla.), chair chairman
man chairman of the House Committee on Science
and Technology, said Florida leads the
nation in the development of renewable
energy resources, such as solar power
and gasoboL He said he hopes the
hearings will help determine the best
way to encourage other states to develop
similar programs.
The information we develop in this
hearing should be a tremendous help, not
only in evaluating the role the federal
government is now playing in encour*g* n g
greater use of renewable resources, but in
fashioning a comprehensive and coor coordinated
dinated coordinated federal policy on renewable
resource use and management, Fuqua
said.
Adams In Concert
For VioliiVPiano
Elwyn Adams, UF professor of music
and internationally-known violinist, will
perform in concert Friday with pianist
Hikfc Freund, professional chamber mu musician
sician musician from Chicago.
The free, public concert begins at 8:15
Friday in University Auditorium and will
feature selections from MwAimnim
Brahms and Beethoven. Adams, who
came to UF from the Symphony Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra of Bordeaux, France, where he was
concert master, has performed with Ml
Freund in concerts at the National Gallery
in Washington, D.C. and in Hamilton
Bermuda. Some of the selections Adams
will perform were played by him recently
at a concert with the New World
Symphony in Carnegie Hall, N.Y.
Choral Conceit Sat.
The Department of Music presents a
concert of combined choruses conducted
by John Grigsby at 8:15 pjn. Saturday in
University Auditorium. The free event is
open to the public.

In addition to Fuqua, Rep. Richard
Ottinger (D-NY), chairman of the sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee on Energy Development and
Application, and subcommittee member
Rep. Bill Nelson (D-FLA) are scheduled
to conduct the day-long hearing in the J.
Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium beginning
at 9:30 ajn.
Fuqua said oral testimony will be
limited to scheduled witnesses but inter interested
ested interested persons are invited to submit
written testimony.
Fuqua said the aggressive promotion
of renewable energy resources by state
commissioner of agriculture Doyle Con Conner,
ner, Conner, who is scheduled to testify, was the
primary incentive to hold the hearings in
Florida and UF was chosen as the site
because of the many innovative and
practical ideas for the use of renewable
energy that are originating at the univer university.
sity. university.
Dr. Erich Farber, founder and director
of UFs Solar Energy and Energy
Conversion Laboratory who is mndurting
a U.S. State Department-sponsored
course on alternative energy resources as
Third World nations, and Dr. Fred
Undholm, a UF engineering professor
who helped beat the Department of
Energy efficiency goals for solar cell by
eight years, will be among those testifying
about solar energy.
Others scheduled to testify include: Dr.
Wayne Smith of UFs Center for En Environmental
vironmental Environmental and Natural Resources;
Bobby Sherrod of Sherrod tjwnhr Co
Greenwood, Fla.; Philip Savffl of the
Florida Solar Energy Industries Associ Association;
ation; Association; E. Ellen Emmich of the Solar
Coalition; Dr. Jesse Foore, director of
Florida State Universitys computer cen center;
ter; center; Dr. David Block, director of the
Florida Solar Energy Center; Dr. T.
Nejat Veziroglu, director of the Univer University
sity University of Miamis Clean Energy Research
Institute, and G. Harry Graves, director
of the Southern Solar Energy Center in
Atlanta.

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Afro Arts Festival
Set For Weekend
Hie sth Annual Afro Arts Festival,
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Sunday.
Hie Festival opens Friday night at the
Tolbert Dorm Area with a Disco Block
Dance, featuring disc Jockey Edward
Jermain, from 7 :S0 to 11:30 pm.
A parade opens Saturday events at 10
am., starting at Library West, marching
north to sth Avenue, and then east to the
Downtown Community Plaza. Hie parade
will feature Greek organizations, hoanty
queens, bands, jugglers, downs and
representatives of local church groups.
Activities will be in progress at the
Downtown Plaza from 11 ajn. through 6
pm. Saturday and from 1 to 8 p m
Sunday.
Saturday activities feature rock bands,
the Laverne Porter Dancers, the FSU
Fashion Menagerie fashion show and a
reading by Atlanta author CedUa &nty
along with art displays, booths, jugglers
and clowns.
Sunday activities feature several gospel
chofr performances, a tribute to Malcolm
X and presentation of the Afro Arts
Festival Awards, along with wwtimHnp
displays.
Campus Planning Assembly
Hie Campus Planning Assembly will
meet Monday at 3:30 pan. In the Board
Room in 226 Hgert HaH Thera will be
discussions with Vice Presidents for
Administrative Affairs Bin Elmore and
Health Affairs Ken Finger.

2 JM Students
Win Thirds In
National Meet
Two UF journalism students woo third
places in the William Randolph Hearst
Foundation individual writing and photog photography
raphy photography competitions in San Francisco
Monday.
Rick Hirsh, who graduated in March
and is now a reporter for the Miami
Herald, was the third place winner in
writing, and junior Sandy Felsenthal, was
third in photography. Hirsh won a SI,OOO
scholarship, and Felsenthal, S7OO. Fet
senthals photo series was awarded a first
place.
Two other UF students, David Dahl and
Diane Julin, were among eight national
finalists and won SSOO scholarships.
Finalists were selected from toe top
point-makers in monthly competition.
UF students won the over-all team
championship for the second year in a row
and ninth time in 20 years of competition.
Students from the 78 accredited jour journalism
nalism journalism schools competed. All of ras
years entries were published in toe
Independent Florida Alligator.
Students from Kansas and Indiana
placed first and second in writing and
from Southern California and Missouri
first and second in photography.
Counseling Group
Uses Music To Express
Students and student spouses canjugn
up now for a new counseling group wrnffl
will use music as a mode of expression
and communication. Throng us e
simple percussive instruments, wtucn
wffl be provided, participants anffjM
alternatives in interpersonal commudce commudcetionand
tionand commudcetionand a new style of
musical training is needed. He
wffl be Tuesday at 4:30 pJ& I
Room 145 Music Building. The fr
to sponsored by Student Mental
and the University Counseling Center-
Can Jerry Schneider, 391-1171, for infor-

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Board clears
$G treasurer
By Rocky Moretti
Alligator Staff Writer-
The Student Government Supreme Court
has ruled that- former UF Student Body
Treasurer Janice Randolph acted within her
rights when she allocated $3,500 for new
weight-lifting equipment without Student
Senate approval
The Board of Masters ruled 1 uesday that
because the money came from the SG cam campus
pus campus improvement account, the student body
treasurer did not need to acquire senate ap approval
proval approval to allocate themoney.

'Direct advertising' actually junk mail

Jeff Sch eers
come in the mail covering everything
, from Marine ROTC recruitments to
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Student Senator Bob Wattenbarger, who
filed the complaint, argued unsuc unsuccessfully
cessfully unsuccessfully before the court that the student
body constitution requires the senate to have
control over all student money.
Wattenbarger said he will work to change
the SG law that allows the treasurer to
allocate money from the special account
without senate approval.
If the senate wishes to change the law,
they can, but as the law now stands, Janice
Randolph was acting within her legal
rights, Honor Court Chancellor Marc War Warren
ren Warren said.
The $3,500 was allocated to buy new
weights for the weight room in the Florida
Gym basement.
After the complaint was filed with the
Board of Masters, Randolph withdrew the
allocation.
Since then the senate approved $4,781 to
buy new weight-lifting equipment.

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Gainesville man found
guilty in abduction trial

By Pat Cavanaugh
Alligator Staff Writer
A 33-year-old Gainesville man who
dismissed his attorney and chose to defend
himself the day before his kidnapping trial
was found guilty Wednesday of abducting
the family of a former Gainesville hank
president.
Claude Edward Billions stared blankly as
the guilty verdict was read by the court
clerk.
Richard Pierce and his family watched at
tentivelv as the verdict was read. Pierce's
wife Jeanne lowered her head to her hands
and cried with relief. The couples
Troy, (j, and Terri Lynn, 14, smiled and
shook their clenched fists
Billions was found guilty of kidnapping
Jeanne Pierce and the children with the use
of a firearm. He faces four life sentences.
During a pretrial hearing in Circuit Judge
Osee Fagans chambers prior to jury selec selection
tion selection Tuesday, Billions refused assistance
from Tom Farkash, his public defender.
Farkash said that Billions would often not
cooperate while the case was being organiz organized.
ed. organized.
There were times where he refused to see
me, Farkash said. I cant make him listen.
All I can do is what Im charged to do and
that is represent him as best as I can.
But Billions dismissed Farkash, leaving
himself in charge of his defense.

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Bill ions said Wednesday during a trial
recess I didnt want to go to trial with the
man (Farkash). The man told me repeatedly
that I dont have any defense. He just kept on
making deals with the state and kept sug
gesting that I should plead guilty.
Billions said Farkash acted as if he was an
extension of the state attorneys office.
During court proceedings, Assistant State
Attorney Howard Holtzendorf called 15
state witnesses. The evidence they presented
included an emotional tape recording of
Pierce and his wife along with Billions
voice conducting strategy for the ransom
Holtzendorf said it was clear that Billions
without any conceivable doubt is guiltv of
the crime.
The jury agreed after deliberating only
half an hour.
Billions was arrested Aug. 31 by FBI
agents and Duval and Alachua County
Sheriffs deputies after he kidnapped the
Pierces.
He had appeared at the Pierces home
about 3 pm. August 30 posing as a carpet
layer. Billions threatened Jeanne Pierce with
a .32 caliber revolver and forced her and the
two children into the familys car.
Later Billions demanded SIOO,OOO ran ransom,
som, ransom, which was withdrawn from the Florida
National Bank in Jacksonville. Pierce is the
former president of First National Bank.
During the ransom pickup, Billions was
followed by the special agents and arrested.

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Drinking age bill stalls

(UPI) The movement to raise Floridas
drinking age suffered another major setback
Wednesday when opponents in the House
managed to bottle up the issue in committee
for a second time.
The Senate last week approved a measure
hiking the drinking age from 18 to 19 and
proponents in the House attempted to bypass
their committees to bring that bill directly to
the floor.
But when the dust had settled after 45
minutes of intricate parliamentary
maneuvering, opponents had succeeded in
sending the issue back to the House Finance
and Tax Committee, which already has
defeated one proposal to raise the drinking
age.
The ballgame is over, declared House
Speaker Hyatt Brown after proponents failed
in a crucial parliamentary vote to gain the
support of two-thirds of those present.

Industrial waste measure
wins House approval

(UPI) A landmark bill restricting the
dumping of wastes that are hazardous to
health or the environment won final ap approval
proval approval Wednesday in the House.
Florida is the only state in the Southeast to
lack such restrictions and the federal govern government
ment government has threatened to step in if tough stan standards
dards standards are not imposed.
The bill, approved 104-2, echoes those
adopted by other states in the aftermath of
the Love Canal incident in upstate New York
in which toxic industrial chemicals seeped
from the ground and drove several residents
from their homes.

Privacy amendment faces ballot

(UPI) The Senate sent to Florida voters
Wednesday a constitutional amendment
guaranteeing the right to privacy. Op Opponents
ponents Opponents warned it might make marijuana
legal and wiretapping by police illegal.
The proposal was approved 34-2. It was
okayed by the House earlier, so it goes on the
Nov. 7 general elections ballot. A similar
proposal went before the voters in 1978 as
part of the Constitution Revision Commis Commission
sion Commission package and was rejected.

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There now are six bills raising the drinking
age sitting in House committees, but unless
proponents can win two-thirds support, none
will reach the floor without going through
the finance and tax panel.
Saying that raising the drinking age could
cost the state as much as $lO million a year
in tax revenues, the finance and tax commit committee
tee committee last week killed another bill by a 15-5
vote that would have raised the drinking age
to 20.

A similar measure has been approved by
the Senate Natural Resources Committee and
is awaiting a floor vote.
The House bill, which was approved
unanimously by three committees, provides
for a cradle to grave monitoring of all in industrial,
dustrial, industrial, chemical and biological wastes that
are hazardous to human health, safety and
welfare and the environment.
The measure mandates the licensing of
firms that transport such wastes and sets up
strict procedures for the selection of dump dumping
ing dumping sites.

The plan amends the rights section of the
Florida Constitution to include the right of
every citizen to be let alone and free from
government intrusion into his private life.
The right to privacy would not be an ab absolute
solute absolute one because of other sections in the
constitution, including the Sunshine Amend Amendment
ment Amendment requiring financial disclosure by public
officials, said Sen. Jack Gordon, chief Senate
sponsor of the plan.

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happening
By Adam Yeomans
Alligator Writer
C.C. Rider: UF Motorcy Motorcycle
cle Motorcycle Club meets tonight at 9 in
room 334 of the J. Wayne
Reitz.Union.
Surfin' City: UF Surf
Club meets tonight at 7:30 to
discuss upcoming activities
in room 206 of the Florida
Gym.
History Forum: Peter
Fearon speaks on The Great
Depression: Global Effects
today at 4:30 p.m. in room
LOOS of General Purpose
Building A.
Attention Alkies: BAC BACCHUS
CHUS BACCHUS meets today from 3:30
to 4:30 p.m. in room B-65 of
the Union.
UF Intramural Dopt.:
sign-up deadline for sorority,
all-university women, mens
independent, and fraternity
team swimming is today in
room 229 of the Florida
Gym.
UF Young Democrats:
are organizing a barbecue
and softball team tonight at
7:30 in room 1508 of the
Union.
American Marketing
Association: presents Bill
Donigan on entrepreneurship
tonight at 7:30 in room 18 of
Matherly Hall. All business
majors are invited.
Cheap Boor: Sigma Phi
Epsilon and Schlitz
Distributors present Dime
Night at Dubs tonight at
8:30. Proceeds go to the
Heart Fund.
Shuffle Off to 'Lido:
Israeli Folk Dancing for
beginners through advanced
is tonight at 8:15 in the Hillel
Student Center, 16 NW 18th
St.
Beta Alpha Psi: presents
a talk about careers in
managerial accounting
tonight at 7in room LOll of
GPA.
Preprofessional Service
Organization: presents
James Cerda on the value of a
medical career in the armed
forces tonight at 6:30 in
room Cl-11 of the Com Communicore
municore Communicore Building.
Bones and Stuff: UF An Anthropology
thropology Anthropology Student Associa Association
tion Association presents Sue Mullins on
Other Peoples Garbage
tonight at 7:30 in room LOOS
of GPA.
John Who?: Students for
Anderson meet tonight from
7 to 8 in room 334 of the
Union.
Take These Jobs,
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june rent free, only $175 mo. univ. gardens
only 15 mm. to campus call 374-4572
5-20-4-1
OAK FOREST 3 bdrm. 2 bath w/wash/dryer
Available |une 15 summer qtr. only Rent
$355-June FREE call 377-7619 keep trying.
5-21-5-1
furnished 2 br. house only three blocks from
campus fireplace available beg. summer
$275/mo. 13122 NW 3rd pi. call Bob
377-0609 5-21-5-1
HELP! I desperately need to sublet my very
nice 2 bedroom, 1 both apt. in sugarfoot
oaks, lease thru august, pets allowed, rent
$260 negotiable, call 377-4459 5-21-5-1
country manor apartment, central air, fully
furnished, pool, weight room, tennis and r rball.
ball. rball. only SBO per month. 392-7977 or
377-0746 Mike 5-21-5-1
Sublet for summer. 3 pools balcony Village
Pork Apts. 2 big bedooms Big closets Close
to school. 377-1847 5-21-5-1
3 blks campus cent, air, Ivng room,
bedroom, refrig, clean, quiet, -share
utilities, serious student, summer sllO. Fall
$115373-1558. 5-21-5-1
Subletting 1 Br. fully furnished opt. for sum summer.
mer. summer. $l7O/month. Call Rick after 5 at
374-4239. CENTERPOINT APTS. 5-22-5-1
SUMMER rental 2 bdrm. 2 bath in Pinetree
Gardens. Pool/Tennis. ONLY $273/month.
Coll 392-7535 or 375-6442. 5-22-5-1
Hawaiian Vlg. Lrg. 1 bdr, furn. apt. sublet
summer w/fall option. $245 mo. 4 SIOO
refundable sec. deposit June-Rent Free.
Call 374-4167 5-22-5-1

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Sublet opt. starting June 1 with option to
renew for fall. 1 br. unfurn. $2lO mo. at
beautiful Hawaiian Villoge after 5 pm
378-2189 5-19-5-1
Summer qtr. need to sublet 3 bdr Wind Windmeadows
meadows Windmeadows no. 32 call 373-9805, 375-7249
nice pool sauna laundry great location liv
4 dia fur. 5-16-4-1
$225 for entire summer qt. only 4 1/4 mo.
utilities a/c furnished single room 2 blocks
"from campus Call Rick 375-6852 5-19-5-1
sublet summer, option for fall. 2 br., 1 bath
5 min. from campus $190.00 a month june
free call 373-8891 5-19-5-1
Sublet opt. for summer, one bdrm. furnish furnished,
ed, furnished, 1 mile to campus, pool cable tv, laundry
m bldg, $lB5/mo. 4 util, phone 377-2702.
5-15-2-1
Summer 2 Br. 2 Bath S2BO/mo. June rent
free Furnished Hawaiian Village PH
372-0639 5-20-5-1 T
JUNE RENT FREE Sublet with fall option 1 br.
unf. apt. $206/mo. cent a/h, dw, dispo,
frig, stove, pool, laundry, call 378-7243.
5-
Houses, opts, duplexs, for rent summer and
fall lists available no fee, 1219 W. Univ.
Ave. 373-7768 Pat Mendoza Realtor
6-
sublet summer qtr. 2 bed-2 bath $3lO/mo.
in Oak Forest Apts, fully furnished, close to
pool no deposits required 376-8992 5-16-3-1
2 br. furn. or unfurn apt. 1 blk from Stands
$240/mfh. June 1 372-3775 5-20-5-1
|une rent free in semifurn. 3 bdr. apt. 1/2
blk from tigert sublet for summer $295/mo.
call 375-0516 5-16-3-1
1 bedrm townhse for rent at SDT sorority,
summer only Gas and water included call
376-0110. male or female accepted
5-20-5-1
Sublet luxurious 2 bdrm/ 2 bath apt. fur furnished,
nished, furnished, new carpet, dishwasher, etc.
Recreational facilities, excellent location in
complex BRANDYWINE Apts. Call 3-Bpm
375-4084 5-28-10-1
avail. June 1. 2-bdrm townhouse, central
air/heat, carpet, pool, tennis. Close to cam campus
pus campus $240 mth. 373-7448 5-16-3-1

hunting & fishing licenses
knives
raquetball
running gear
sportswear
tennis
water ski equipment
3100 SW 34th St.
9AM-6PM

Quiet, trees, 1 bdrm, walk to UF, VA,
Stands. Glass drs. to cov. patio, free water,
sewer, $lB5 furn. or unfurn. 376-2343.
5-20-5-1
REGENCY OAKS male rmmt for summer
quarter own room in 3 bedroom apt. FUR FURNISHED
NISHED FURNISHED $350 for entire summer call Mike
375-2966 5-22-5-1
FREE furniture and June rent in luxurious
landmark opts 2 bdrm. twnhouse, $240/mo.
to sublet summer quarter 374-4162 5-21-5-1
Act Fast Sublet June 1 large furn. 2 br. 2 ba.
at Gatorwood pool/tennis/sauna near UF
4 Med ctr. 376-7980 even, after 5. 5-21 -5-1
F/roommate for sum: own room sh 2 bdrm.
apt. furn. in Village Pk.-$137.50 or sblt en entire
tire entire apt. $275 1 mile to UF, a/c pool call
374- 5-22-5-1
Room for rent in nw house for summer
w/fall option $95/mo. Bus line and quiet
call 375-2605 ask for Chip 5-21-4-1
Sublet for Summer. 1 Bdr. duplex, furn. or
unfurn. Close to Campus, V.A., Stands.
Quiet neighborhood. $ 155/mo. 377-4174
1 Bedroom Potio Apt. near U of F 4 shopp shopping
ing shopping SI6CkOO/mo. Oaks Realty, Realtors
373-3000 5-15-5-1
for Summer, Vizcaya opts., unfurn., 3 br.-2
bath, a/c, dishwasher, hbo, pool, near
campus 4 law school. June rent free.
$350/month call 373-0607. 5-15-5-1
Need one roommate sublet for summer
quarter two bedroom $132.50 per mth.
Pheonix subdivisions call Joe 372-6283
5-15-5-1
Two females for 4 bdrm. twnhs. Village
opts. To sublet now thru Aug. Call Jeanne
373-0488, 373-2606. Pool, tennis, H. 8.0.
$82.50. 5-15-5-1
JUST 7 blocks from UF sunny room in large 4
bdrm, 2 b 4 home w study, porch, etc.
$87.50/mo. 374-4894 must stay summer.
5-15-5-1
sublet summer qtr. avail. June 1 Gatorwood
2bed-lbath, S3OO/mo. coll Janet before
9am 4 after 3pm 375-1328 5-15-5-1
WINDMEADOWS sublet summer Ig. luxury 1
br. perfect for 2 furnished JUNE FREE $560
summer 373-3558 8-6 apt. #lB9 5-15-5-1
SUBLET IDEAL APT. FOR COUPLE!I One
bedroom, bath, full sized kitchen, walk-in
closet. Minutes from shopping yet in quiet
country-like atmosphere. Bus stops in front
of apt. and bike ride is about 15 min. ONLY
$179/mo. with JUNE RENT FREE!! Available
mid-June. Call 373-2416 after 5 pm.
5-16-6-1
sublet summer: Mt. Vernon apt. furn.
townhouse 2 bdrm. 11/2 bath, pool, central
a/h; laundry, pets allowed, June rent free;
rent negotiable fall option. 378-0951
5-16-5-1
STONERIDGE beautiful 3 br. 21/2 bath
spacious furnished sublease summer
quarter call Stephen 375-1128 or Jay
378-4554 5-16-5-1
sublet 1 br. apt. at the woods fully furn.
summer qtr. w/option to renew lease in fall
$199 per month call 378-7703 5-16-5-1
Efficiency apt. for rent starts June 1620 nw
3rd PI. $135/mo. pets ok 378-6556 close to
campus furnished. 5-16-5-1
SUMMER RATES 21/2 mos for $225 most util,
included June 16 thru Aug. 31 air walk UF
carpet 1740 NW 3rd PI. 373-6605, 375-2700
5-16-5-1
SUGARFOOT OAKS opts. 2 bd. 1 bath,
available immediately quiet residential
close to ooks fully equipped *245 AAark
375- 5-16-5-1
Sgnip.Fe Troce apis, jonciauu c
northwest near |unior college unfurnished
no pets 1 bf. *2OO 2 br. *240 378-1190,
376- 6-6-33-1
Oak glade opts. 3524 S.W. 30th terr. country
atmosphere w-d hookups privacy patio un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished 1 br. *205 2 br. *240 no pets
372-6422. 376-336 6-6-33-1
sublet for summer 2 bdrm. 2 bath beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully furnished opt. in Regency Oaks. June
rent free, for more info, coll 374-8568.
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Furnished two bedroom upstairs apartment
to sublet for summer at SIBO p/m Duckpond
area 378-9134 secluded in the middle of
town! 5-16-5-1
sublet for summer-2 bdrm. furn. apt.
$ 165/mo. low utilities 373-7992a Iso-need
female roommate for fall. Own bdrm.,
furn. $82.50/mo. 5-16-5-1
SUBLET LUXURY 1 BR. APT. furnished, a/c,
POOL, SAUNA, S2OO NEGOTIABLE call after
5 373-7719 5-16-5-1
1,2, or 3 people needed to sublet 3
bedroom townhouse, furnished. In the
Pines. June rent free, summer quarter, call
377-2143 5-16-5-1
APT FOR RENT pay July and August only fur furnished
nished furnished in Brandywine 2 bdrm. call 374-8401
5-16-5-1
3 bedroom 21/2 bath townhouse con condominium
dominium condominium for rent this summer in beautiful
private nw section of G'ville no lease
S3OO/mo. 378-5618 5-16-5-1
Sublet for summer, 2 br., ac/heat, fully
equipped, nice 4 clean, close to UF 4
shopping, call 377-9512 after 5 pm or
376- before 5 pm. 5-16-5-1
summer sublet brand new contemporary
home furnished, four bedrooms, two baths,
wall/wall carpet dishwasher, disposal,
pool, on golf course, low neg. rent 374-4741
Larry 5-19-5-1
Gatorwood-sublet large beautiful 1 br. apt.
summer qtr. fully furn. pool tennis courts
close to campus $245/mo. Please call
377- 5-19-5-1
Sublet 1 Br. apt. avail. 6/15 option for fall
lease furn. w/ac $ 199/mo. on sw 20th ave.
374-4388 5-19-5-1
NEW 2 bdrm 11/2 bath townhouse. summer
sublet w/fall option. June rent FREE located
in Phoenix Subdivision 374-4141 5-19-5-1
CAMELOT APTS. 21/2 months rent for
summer-fully furnished, ac, pool, no
deposits, 1 mi. to campus, great deal
377- #2OB 5-20-5-1
two housemates needed for 3-bdrm. duplex
2 mi. west of Tigert quiet area, air, yard,
sllO/mo. includes util. Available now
Stephen 374-8172 eve's. 5-20-5-1
sublet 2 br. 2 ba. apt. at Vizcaya for sum summer.
mer. summer. unfurnished June rent free, call
372-1467 after 6pm. 5-28-10-1
Large 2 br., 2 full bath apt. pool, tennis
court, and laundry $268/month call
376-0685 sublet for summer. 5-20-5-1
Summer Sublet Vizcaya apts. 2 BR open;
Priced To Move! Just $230 4 1/3 util, for
Whole Summer; call 373-2535 Today!
GATORWOOD summer sublet 2 br. large
(1,000 sq ft.) tennis/pool/sauna. Fall option
avail 376-4866 keep trying, lote even.
Sublet for summer 2 bedroom 2 bath 5
minutes from campus option for Fall pool
tennis court $3lO 4 utilities 376-4190
5-30-10-1
Sublet summer with option for fall 3 br 2 bth
huose se section 5 mi. from UF. $2lO/mo.
SIOO deposit 4 first/last mo. rent 376-6169
5-22-5-1
JUNE RENT FREE Furn. 1 bdrm townhouse
(summer sublet) walk to U.F. carpet,
dshwshr, pool, laundry, $205/mth. call
374-4304 5-20-3-1
summer 2 br. furn. apt. has pool, laundry,
lots of trees, bus stop, 2 miles to law school,
real nice call 376-7893, keep tryina.
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376- 5-28-15-1
FOR RENT-Avail. June 100 steps from
House pool, coll 378-7342 ofter 4:30
Hawaiian Village June free 2 bdrm. 2 bath
unfurn. Avail. June 1 a/c, pool, laundry,
378- 374-4226 anytime 5-22-5-1
Sublet for summer. Landmark townhouse 2
br furn. opt. June rent free $265/mo.
Perfect for 4 people! Faces pool call
377- 5-15-5-1
Luxury 1 bedrm furn apt. 2 beds Hawaiian
Village $245 sublet summer option for fall
1/2 june free call 377-1579. 5-15-5-1

sublet tawaiian Village
tire summer furn. 376-9676 anytime
5-15-5-1
Sublet 1 BR opt. for summer. Close to cam campus
pus campus on SW 16 ave. Option for fall Call
376-9827 5-15-5-1
Sublet 1 Br. June free SIBO mo. dishwasher,
w/d conn, frostfree refrig., courtyard, cen centrol
trol centrol q/c by Stands 373-9781 7-12 pm
SUMMER sublet 2 bedroom at Villoge Park
Apts, furnished poolside June rent free for
more info call Fran or Borb 375-1361
5-20-5-9
ROOMMATE
Sublet for sum/fall option, spacious mstr.
bdrm w/pvt. bath *125/mo. + 1/3 util,
pool, souna Regency Ooks call Tim
373-3526 5-21-5-2
2 fern, rmmts needed sum/foll opt.
*66.25/mo. + 1/4 util. 2 pools, close to
campus Laodmork opts, call Jane or Tino
373- 5-21-5-2
SUAAAAER and/or FAIL female rmmt for new
2 br. apt. in Phoenix sub. Jul-Aug only
*lls/mo. + 1/but. -own br. or *BO/mo. +
1/3 ut-shore mstrbr. must like pets call
Vickie 376-4515. 5-19-3-2
4 bedroom house, $65 a month, 1/4 utilities
3 blocks from campus, summer only call
374- 5-16-3-2
SUAAAAER. One or two roommates, share 2
br. opt. 2 blks east of Norman. *125, June
free. 378-4402, Pete or Aido. 5-20-5-2
room uvailable 5-15 with option for foil Fur Furnished,
nished, Furnished, beaufiful home I mile UF free
cable, no pets, studious males call AAike
372-7034 5-16-3-2 ___
roomate wanted share bedroom furn. apt.
*122.50 mo. + 1/2 util, starting June
372-4526 5-21-5-2
Female roomate summer only share large
one bdr. apt., 1 blk to UF *9O/mo. + 1/2
util, call 374-9515. 5-19-3-2

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W phone S2O deposit 378-3402.
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E. opt., I blk to UF S9O/mo. + 1/2
Ell 3759515 519-3-2
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apt, close to UF, d/w pool, tennis court
I + |/3 util. Tina, Kathy, 375-1772,
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sublet master bedroom in 3 bedroom apt.
Own bathroom, spacious room, Ige. closets,
swimming pool, tennis courts. Bike to UF
376- 5-15-3-2
fe. roommate, summer qtr. only, own room
+ bathroom in large furnished house,
beautiful yard, $lO3 + 1/3 util. 376-8710
5-19-5-2
female wanted to share clean 1 bedroom
opt. for summer. Very close to campus.
$115.50 a month + 1/2 utilities, June free.
Call 378-1364 5-15-3-2
MASTER BEDROOM in 4 bdrm. house. Own
bathroom and phone. S9O/mo. 372-0766
5-19-5-2
female roommate wanted own bedroom
summer quarter quiet woody area five
minutes from campus coll 376-0045 for
details. 5-19-5-2
female to sublet own room, Windmeodows,
summer, 3 bdrm., $153/mo. + 1/3 util. +
deposit. 375-7932 or 392-0728 8-5. Sue.
negotiable. 5-19-5r2
Roommates needed for summer w/option
to rent for fall in' the Hawaiian Village.
S7Q/month + 1/4 utilities let's negotiate
374-8081 5-27-10-2
. female preferred to share 3 bed 2 both
house in nw section fenced yard w/d swim swimming
ming swimming pool fireplace for summer quarter
377- 5-19-5-2
2 Liberal fern. Own room S6O or S9O La
Bonne vie Sum. qtr. opt. for fall. Call Jane
eves. 374-4634 5-19-5-2
Female roommate wanted for summer to
share bedroom, + 1/3 utilities S6B/mo.
June free No deposit Univ. Gardens
378- 5-19-5-2
furn. rm in nice nw furn. twnhse, 3 br/ 3
bth, garage, 2 pis, rcqlball, ten., bus to
UF/Sf. May free $132.50/mo. + 1/3 utl.
Chet 372-0944 5-27-10-2

Amy Gabelman
Richard Kovach
Susan Posola
Janet Phelps
Theresa Rush
Heidi Shravas

2 roommates wanted starting sum. qtr. June
rent free, own rooms in spacious 4 bdr.
twnhouse. SBS/mth. + 1/4 util, call
378-7600 5-16-10-2
May free! need fern, to share nice 1 bdrm.
apt. for june + /or anyone to sublet for
summer S9O or $l5O/mo near campus
Modeleirvo 378-7425 5-20-10-2
roomate mole or female to live in beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully furnished house in nw has wash + dryer
stereo, etc. sl3o/mo. + 1/3 util, no con contract
tract contract or deposit call Todd 372-1763 5-16-6-2
only $82.50 a month. Own bed in 4 bed
townhouse at Villoge opts. Pool, tennis, rac racquetball.
quetball. racquetball. Call now at 376-4107. ask for
Naomi. 5-15-5-2
mole roommate for fall, own room in
Regency Oaks. Call after 5 376-9071
5-15-5-2
room for rent in beautiful large house fur furnished
nished furnished w/washer + dryer Ig. yord w/fenc w/fenced
ed w/fenced area. Must be neat + clean 377-5573.
5-15-5-2
SUBLET 1 rm. in 4 br. opt. for summer qtr.
only, villoge opts. 871/2 rent + 1/4
utilities. serious student desired 373-6267
(offer spm) 5-15-5-2
male rmmate VILLAGE June 1 own rm in 4
bdrm. twnhouse 2 both sublet for $92.50 +
1/4 o mon. coll Steve 376-3959 or 375-0139
this sublet is good until Dec. 80. 5-20-10-2
Two rooms in quiet three br. house. Must be
neat and studious June free, no deposit,
slls/mo. ovail. June 15 no lease 375-4078
5-15-5-2
Roomate wanted for the summer. Nice
home located 2 miles from UF Fenced in
backyard-pets ok. Share rent + utilities
3744692. 5-15-5-2
JUNE RENT FREE roommate for Summer/op Summer/option
tion Summer/option for Fall 3 bdr. Georgetown Apts.
SBQ/mo. + 1/3 util. Pool, coll Jon 373-0802
5-15-5-2
Non-smoking male roomate wanted for
summer quarter $78.00 mo. + 1/3 util..
Village Pork Apts. #123 375-1077
afler6pm. 5-15-5-2
Hawaiian Village sublet summer furn. 2
bedrm. 1 bath tv/w coble and great stereo
S7O/mth + 1/4 uitl. june free w/fall option
373-5575 5-15-5-2
Two females for NE home own room avoil
june Ist or june 15 $92 a month plus 1/3
utilities. 373-2649 ask for Vicki or Sara
5-15-5-2
Summer quorter/female 2 BR apt., have
own room $102.50 + 1/2 util. Woodland
Terr. Apts, off 34th Tamara or Jeanne
372- 5-15-5-2
NEED ONE ROOMATE FOR SUMMER,
beautiful 2 bedroom opt. in REGENCY
OAKS; furnished; rent + 1/2 util. 375-0926.
5-15-5-2
roommate needed summer quarter. In The
Pines-own room share bath-21/2 months at
$l2O. Furnished, washer + dryer-female
only 375-2345. 5-15-5-21
IN THE PINES own room $95 low expenses
great location pool sauna tennis w/d,
male/femole day-Joy 392-1107,
any-375-l 116 5-15-5-2
mole rmmate wanted summer qtr. own rm.
in apt. overlook pool prefer meet no nosmoker
smoker nosmoker SBS/mon 1 /2 utl. coll Rob after 6 pm
375-1077 5-16-42
VERY CLOSE to UF, one bedroom in o two
bedroom semi furnished apt., sll2 -F 1/2
utilities. Ist, last. SSO dep.. lease through
Aug. 372-7366 anytime leave a message
5-20-5-2
Roomate wonted to shore furnished 2 br.
close to campus for summer qtr. Own room roomonly
only roomonly $260 for entire summer + 1/2 utl.
373- 5-15-2-2

Molly Sirkin
Rotor C. Smith
Julio Strandlio
Joy Tehran!
Eileen Weisman

M/F roomate desired beginning summ. qtr.
to share 2 bdrm. + 2 bth. furnished Oak
Forest June free tennis + pool call 377-7288
5-16-5-2
HELP! female roommate needed summer-
OWN room-furnished ONLY SI3Q/mth near
campus-southwest villas 376-3973. 5-16-5-2
CHEAP-female for summer own room, both
SIOQ/mnth 4- utilities furnished Hawaiian
Villoge, call Karen or Toby 377-0620
5-16-5-2
Gatorwood opts, summer only 1 female
OWN BR sllomo. 1/3 ut.. totally furnished
JUNE FREE nonsmoker pref. call bt.2-4 or
aft. 10. 376-1271 5-16-5-2
Summer Quarter, own BR in Ig. unfurn. 3 br.
opt. in nw. air, dishwasher, pool, 10 min. to
campus on bike. SIOO/mo. + 1/3 util.
377- 5-16-5-2
Female rmmate needed starting FALL-own
room 3 bdrm. apt-pool, tennis. $lO5 + 1/3
util. If nonsmoker, studious, call Sue, eves.
373-5296 5-16-5-2
Sublet for summer with option for fall. 3
bdrm., 2 bath, own room, nice apt. In the
Pines-sllO/mo. 1/3 util, for fe/grod
375-1473 5-16-5-2
1 female to sublet 2 bedroom 1 bath opt. in
Hawaiian Village, Own room $93.33 sum summer
mer summer qtr. 374-8108 5-16-5-2
Sublease for summer quarter 4 bedroom
townhouse in the village opts. 1 to 4 rooms
ovoiloble mid June, Coll 372-6045. 5-16-5-2
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for summer
quarter, furnished Brandywine apt. for
more info, call 373-7047. 5-22-5-2
Hawaiian Villoge male roommate summer
shore 2 bdrm. 1 ba w/balcony overlooking
pool June free $l5O/mth. w/fall option
375- 5-22-5-2
ROOMMATE WANTED at the villge opts,
lease runs June 'BO-June 'Bl. call Cindy
392-7654. Prefer Jrs. and Srs. 5-22-5-2
Fmale roommate wanted to sublet
4bd/2bath apt. for summer. $82.50 + 1/4
ut. own room, pool, tennisl June only S4O.
Village 376-5483 5-22-6-2
1 or 2 fmale roommates wanted to sublet
2bd/lboth apt. for summer. $l3O 4- 1/2 ut.
or S7O 4 1/3 ut. pool, tennis! Gatorwood
376- 5-22-6-2
own room availabe storting 6/1 pool, laun laundry
dry laundry and oil sports facilities. $82.50 4- 1/4
utilities. Call Nancy at 373-9376 5-20-4-2
Low summer rates! 4 people, rent is
SSO/mo. Option for fall at S7O/mo. furn.
apt. else, to empus. non-smokers. See John,
French qtr. #IOO 5-16-3-2
Roommate wanted to sublet room in
spacious. 3 bdrm. In The Pines apt. for sum summer.
mer. summer. Furnished, pool, tennis, S2OO more in info
fo info call 378-9904 Neal 5-15-2-2
SUBLET Summer OWN room in 3bdrm/2bth
furn. apt. many xtra sllsmth 4 1/4 uitl.
Jun free coll Stocey 375-2890 or 373-2113
fall op. 5-20-5-2
Female roommates wanted; 2 br. furn. apt.,
SB7/mo., Country Gardens, easy walk to
UF, VA; summer or longer lease 375-6052
5-16-3-2
JUNE RENT FREE own room in beautiful 3 br.
apt. pool, laundry etc. female only for sum summer
mer summer w/foll option rent slls mo. 376-9678
Free June Rent Sublet summer qtr. in
Village apt. 05 $92.50/mo. m/f call Andy
378- rooms available. 5-21-5-2
Roomate needed for house one block from
law school. 3 bdrm. very roomy $125 plus
utilities call Rob or Dave after 5 pm.
375-3391 5-21-5-2
June rent free! Female wanted for summer,
own room in 2 BR., unfurn. 2 bath apt.
behind Shands and VA. After 5:30 378-6134.
5-29-10-2
WINDMEADOWS female roomate needed
for summer-option to stoy-$93/mo. 4- 1/4
util. furnished-June rent tree 373-4803.
5-21-5-2
Non-smoking female to share large mobile
home. Own room, shore other facilities.
$l5O for summer term 4 1/2 utilities SSO
dep. 475-1698 5-21-5-2
OWN room 4 bath in large old house shore
w/2 liberals nice yard quiet area 8 blocks
from- UF $ 100/mo. 4- 1/3 ut. start Jun
377- 5-15-1-2
Roommate wanted for summer qtr. 1
bedroom apt. Furnished. $65/mo. 4- 1/2
expense. Near libraries. Super close to
campus. 374-4523 5-16-5-2
FOR SALE
Spanish guitar w/case. Ployed by a little old
lady on Sundays Looks and sounds like
new Coll Jone 377-7124 S-16-S-4
Microphone and stand. Premier reverb unit,
pretamp and mixer. Wos $250 new, selling
allforsl2oCallMikeot377-7124. 5-16-5-4
Sam* Downtown Location
or 35 Voar"
Mika's
Books-Plpos-Tobocco
Mon.-Fri. $ ANM PM
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DISCOUNT HIFI 722 S. Mom. The Rea Bldg.
Every major brand, Lowest price. Open 11-6
WE RE CHEAPER. 375-8363 6-6-49-4
Sick of AM radio? See Car Stereo
Specialistsat 2301 NW 13 St. They have low
prices.quality installations + tap brands
Open M-FIO-7, Sat. 10-5378-0)92 66-49-4
"STUDENT SPECIAL" manual and electric
typewriters and adding machines, copy
mochines $25.00 ond up phone 376-0733
Sound Ideas Microcomputers present Ap Apple,
ple, Apple, Atari, -1- Ohio Secientificl Also ac accessories
cessories accessories for TRS-80. Come in for a demol
2201C-NW 13th St. 3760192 66-39-4
Sony, Jensen, Akoi, Celestion, Hafler,
Onkyo, Aiwa, Marantz + mare at lowest
prices and best warranties! All at SOUND
IDEAS22OI NW 13SI 3760192 66-39-4
Stereo Repoir by Elec. Eng. with 11 yrs. ex experience.
perience. experience. Our work + our prices couldn't
be better! SOUND IDEAS 2201-C NW 13 St.
3760192 66-39-4
1975 8X 35 ft. travel trailer. Separate
bedroom ond bath. Come see at Archer
Road Village 3620 sw archer lot 822 asking
4000. 61610-4
CHEAP LP'SI! New Releases as low as $2.50!
no gimmicks. Morket researcher for major
labels needs you I call 392-9518 619-10-4
Chevrolet truck parts 372-7299- Doberman
puppies Mamoiya 250 M Portrait. 66-22-4
TULL WET SUIT excell like newl 3/8 in.
neoprene, lined in/out with nylon seams
heavily Stic bed $45 coll Bob 3926998
6165-4
Ford Mustang Mach one faslback 1970
machincolly sound must sell call Joe at
377-5382 after 5 p 61664
Tired of paying rent? I have a small 1 br. 1
ba trailer for sale completely self-contained
only $2,200 Ideol for. single person.
373-9762 61664

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Guitar Amplifier, Acoustic 135,110 rms Very
Good Cond. $240.00 392-9150 after 6 pm.
620-5-4
must: twin beds desks recliner, two sofas,
compstovo, autoharp Peavey amp.,
acoustic pickup Fromus guitar, etc.
377-2094. 620-64
FISCHER 22w/CH REC + GARRARD TURN.
MAKE OFFER. 392-7514. 6161-4
Beagles Beautiful Full Blooded Puppies 6
wks. old Wormed Mole and Female $45 call
372-7763 (this ad will run only once.)
6161-4
CATAMARAN 16' for Excellent condition.
Trampoline with 5 year warranty. Large in inventory
ventory inventory $2250 378-9673 Eve. 6165-4
bar and woodgrain barstools custom mode
for towers good bargain + price. 392-7608.
6203-4
Livingroom and bedroom fruniture at low
prices, call donna at 3769613. Furniture is
in good condition. 619-3-4
Guitar amp., Gibson ES34TD stereo hollow
body, gibson 50 watt amp, wah, wah pedal
asking $475 coll 3761768 6162-4
Queen Size Waterbed with liner, pod, and
frame. Only 9 mos. old. Coll Robin at
377-6479. 6162-4
Technics FM/AM stereo receiver SA-200
Turntable System SL-03. Speaker System S
B P 1000 like new. S4OO Call 454-3995.
double bed with pop-up trundle, wooden
head ond base boards, good condition
$50.003768650 616-3-4
AM-FM STereo 8 frock (in dash). SBO or best
offer, call Jeff. 377-4516 6163-4
DIAMONDS- Need one for that special so someone?
meone? someone? Investigate our wholesale
brokerage service before you buy. For
details call Bill Cellon or Jim Dunwody.
3764408 628-10-4

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FOR SALE
G .E. color TV-perfect for dorm* Portable
lire, sharp picture, $l7O or best offer.
376-9078 5-14-3-4
BX3B' mobile home private 10l I mi. from
UF. Quiet shorty-cloy elec, unfurn. + clean,
firm 700 Coll after 6 pm. Don 375-1437.
5-16-5-4
700 newly released Ips-just arrived at
TOM'S USED GROOVES -1642 W. Univ. ove.
(obove super skates) $3 to $4 ea. 376-1472.
5-16-5-4
scuba pro double tanks epoxy coot shorties
with bkpk + yoke $l5O underwater movie
camera + case bouer xl 107 new SSOO
374-4336 5-15-3-4
ski or fish 14 ft. boat 50 hp Johnson runs ex excellent
cellent excellent compass S 8 radio swivel seats gas
miser all the extras too SI2OO 374-4336
5-19-5-4
mitsvbishi ms-10 speakers, excellent boss
+ smoothness. 100 + wots. 2 mot old.
Must sacrifice. $290/pr. Bob
376- 5-19-5-4
living room furniture, dinnette, chest of
drawers, prices are negotiable. Must sell,
no phone, come by after 1 pm. 501 nw 15th
ove 112 5-19-5-4
SAE 3000 pre-amp, 150$lB O 40 chonnel
CB/sb4os, Technics receiver, 2 Morontz
speakers S9O together, desperate, must sell
378-1875. 5-19-5-4
HELP ME BRO'SI Large selection of soul
music on hand. Must see and sell) Nothing
over $2 Coll Daryl at 392-9518111 5-16-3-4
ALTOS
1973 Jeep CJ 56 cylinder 17MPG stereo CB
rodio, tires like new, lots of extras, runs and
looks great S2BOO 377-1487. 5-19-4-5
1967 Ford Galaxy good trans. roomy 4dr.
289 cu. in. Mmpg only S3OO newly in inspected
spected inspected coll Skip 481-3663 early morning or
eve. 5-20-5-5
'72 Ambossodor Wagon, Full PWR. Good,
Roomy Transportation Regular Gas, SSOO
377- 5-21-5-5
1971 Ford Mustang, great condition, 351
Cleveland, a/c, automatic. A very good
deal at SI2OO. Please call 376-2806 Steve.
5-19-2-5 ___
74 Toyota Corolla 4 speed air heater am
clean great mpg battery great condition on only
ly only $1750 call 376-6175 5-19-3-5
1976 Capri II 2.8 v-6, 22 mpg just inspected
$1950, 475-1698. 5-21-5-5

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TWILIGHT SHOW AT
5:30 ALL SEATS $2.00
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WANTED
to call & check our LOW LOW starting at
AUTO & TRUCK INSURANCE RATES $44 varly
UNIVERSITY INSURANCE * $ Sot. -1
5400 S. W. 1 3th St. (Beside Brown Derby)
j7V* s ?f,

74 VW Dasher 4-door, air cond., standard,
good condition. 375-7197 after 5 pm.
1978 Honda Accord-hondamatic, air, cruise
control, 29,000 Miles, regular gas, gold.
$5700 coll 372-6085. 5-19-5-5
SERVICES
HYPNOSIS helps people attain goals by
oiding any mental + physical ability study studying/confidence/athletics.
ing/confidence/athletics. studying/confidence/athletics. Don Pratt, direc director
tor director 373-3059 $-6-49-6
RECYCLED BICYCLES we buy and sell all
types and repair bicycles in any cond. 805
W. university ave. 372-4890 6-6-496
SLEEPY HOLLOW Boarding Stables + Riding
Academy. Dressage huntseat stadium cross
country jumps + trail!. Horses leased by
month 375-8080 + 466-3224 66-496
FREE PREGNANCY TEST call BIRTHRIGHT
377-4947 66-496
TYPING
Spiral Binding-Xerox copies-Editing
1219 W. University Ave 378-9353
(One Block from Campus)
KUSTOM SOUNDS Music and Light Show-the
perfect touch to your party. Coll 377-4283
for info ond bookings. 66-436
Typing-former court reporter, legal,
medical, engineering background IBM
Selectric, self-correct* will do theses,
papers, briefs 378-0939. 5-23-326
Stereo Repair by Elec. Eng. with 11 yrs. ex experience.
perience. experience. Our work + our prices couldn't
be better! SOUND'IDEAS 2201-C NW 13th
St. 378-0192 66-396
LEARN TO SKYDIVE
No experience required
Student + group rates available
Coll Charles at 372-1957
NEED A GOOD PHOTOGRAPHER. Anything
from casual portraits to weddings.
Reasonable rales, coll Rich, 376-4928
SCUBA. DISCOVER A NEW WORLD IN JUST 5
WKS. LECTURES, POOL TRAINING. OPEN
WATER DIVES. LATEST EQUIPMENT PROVID PROVIDED.
ED. PROVIDED. PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTORS INT.
CERT. AND MORE CLASSES BEGIN MAY 5,
MAY 14, MAY 27, OR JUNE 9. REGISTER AT
FLORIDA'S COMPLETE DIVE CENTER. ALIEN'S
AQUATIC 3448 W UNIV. 373-9237 MON MONSAT
SAT MONSAT 9-8 56-31-6
SI.OO per page. Coll Linda at 475-1403 or
drop off at the Auloport, 1025 North Main
Street. 66-246
The Dissertation Doctry
(8.A., English; M.Ed.)
is on call: Typing theses, term
papers, other mss. Editing too.
Sue Kirkpatrick. 3761781;
Typingall kinds, fast, accurate, approved
by Graduate School. If interested, coll
Dionne at 392-2870 or Lillie at 472-2197.
(Cash only) 66-176-
Millhopper Montessori School now taking
enrollment for summer ond fall ages 21/2-
elem. Also summer lutaring Avoid foil
waiting list enroll now for summer.
3756773. 66-226
TYPING Experience in legal, medical,
technical + graduate work. Fast, occurote,
resonoble. References. Debbi 3736296.
typing-fast, accurate, 80c per page double
spoce, $1.50 single space all kinds
-resumes, reports etc. call anytime before
10pm 378-5199. 61656

SOLAR X window lint cuts heat, glare and
fading. Adds comfort and privocy to your
cor, truck, or van. Free estimate 372-2232
627-56
moving? let me help you with a large van.
available to move you evenings and
weekends call anytime, leove message
Mike 3768012. 620-66
Professinol Typist. ExAllence Guaranteed.
Reasonable roles ond efficient service. Lois
377-0528 622-56
Go to sleep with Mike arsdOex We will let
you cuddle a teddy bear, tuck you in all
comfy-cozy, read you a bedtime story, and
even kiss you goodnight-for sl. Call Mike at
392-7616 and Dex'at 392-7618. 622-56
FREE TUTORING for most undergraduate
classes is available to all UF students. Sign-'
up at the Sigma Tou Sigma office in 129
Tigert before 5/30. 630-116
Earn Extra Income! Free Deatails. Send
stamped envelope to : EAF Distributers 1105
N. Main 2BGoinsville FI, 32601 621-56

WANTED
CASH for GOLD, Sterling, diamonds,
jewlery, class rings, coins, dental gold. Will
visit your home. 376-5235 Mr. Ritfman
0-0-00-0
GOU) AND SILVER
Class rings. Jewlery, Gems, Cash or Trade
OZZIE 2001 NW 43rd St. 373-9243 6-4-49 7
CLASS RINGS-Top prices paid second wind
antiques 375-8733 corner of Main + Univer University
sity University we also buy all types of jewlery.
6-6-41-7
377- For TOP Morket CASH on Silver
and Gold items of all kinds. Vest We buy
clossrings of all types + sizes 377-2344
5-16-3-7
WANTED, Students interested in Video
Casstte Movies, to serve as campus sales
representative for organizations, clubs,
fraternities and sororities. Must be
available for summer and fall terms. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent income opportunity. Sign up at
Coreer Resource Center. 5-16-4-7
NEED IMMEDIATE CASH? TOP MONEY PAID
FOR CLASS RINGS CALL 378-9651
ANYTIME!! 5-16-4-7
HELP WANTED
EARN SIOO A MONTH 2-3 hours a week IN
YOUR SPARE TIME. Earn $lO twice a week
plus bonuses. Donate plasma GAINESVILLE
PLASMA CORP. (since 1969) Now at our new
modern location. 516 W. University Ave.
378- Call for appointment THIS AD
WORTH $5 EXTRA for new donor only.
ALUMINUM SCREEN ROOM MECHANIC
wanted experienced only must have tools
372-9767 6-6-348
Female Wanted, 18 or older os companion
for elderly lody in good physical health who
works. Will have to run errands in furnished
cor. Some cooking, housework, etc. Will
have to spend most evenings in home.
Room and food furnished, laundry, etc.
Small salary. Nice home with swimming
pool. Call 374-7350 for interview or drop a
cord to 1401 N.W. 60th St, 32606. 5-16-5-8
TV CASTING Comedians, musicians, writers,
tech, crew if you desire valuable tv ex exposure/experience
posure/experience exposure/experience coll 377-8459 5-19-5-8
Phase C Med students. Pheresis Assistants
needed-observe ond learn plasma and
cytopheresis techniques while earning easy
$. On-call list of assistants to work with
pheresis nurse/techs evenings 4- weekends
is being established Poy $3.50/hr. with $lO
min. if called.-Call 392-4611 or 377-6905 for
more info. 5-19-5-8
Part time drivers-must have own cor. apply
in person 1718 W. Univ, after 2 pm.
This SUAAAAER don't settle for minumum
wage. Earn $3lO/week Call 375-0635 for in interview.
terview. interview. 5-16-28
Excellent Sales Opportunity: Large, Promi Prominent,
nent, Prominent, Quality Life Insurance Company with
superior Fringe Benefits. (Quolifing, Con Contention
tention Contention To Hawaii With Excellent First Year
Earning Potential.) A Coreer You Need To
Know About! Coll Today 377-7009 or Send
Resume to State AAanoger, PO Box 350,
Gainesville, Fla. 32602.

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PERSONAL
WEDDING INVITATIONS on* weak
Hundreds of stylet. Cliff Hall Printing. 1103
N. Main 376-9951 66-49-9
Excess Hair Problems Removed Forever Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Dwyer-Registered Electrologist (28
yrs. exp.) Med app'd methods. Free
Analysis and Trial Treatment 372-8039 102
NW 2nd Ave. 66-49-9
PASSPORT job application resume photos.
READY IN 60 SECONDS***
Media Image Photography 505 S. Main St.
Amelia's Bookstore offers you books by, for
and about women, plus t-shirts -f albums.
12 NW Bth St. 377-0234 6669-9
Student mini storage comftartments 1/4
mile from UF $8 per month. Call AAA Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Storage 533 SW 2nd Ave., 377-1771
Student mini storage compartments 1/4
mile from UF $8 per month. Coll AAA Ex Excutive
cutive Excutive Storage 377-1771 533 SW 2nd Ave.
PARTY with KUSTOM SOUNDS. We play
music to beat the bond. Light show, low
rales. Call 3776283 for info. 6663-9
MICROCOMPUTERS! Computer System
Resources, Inc. in Butler Plaza.
Gainesville's Computer Store. Only Auth
Apple Dealer. Also Pet. Tl. Atari. Kim. North
Star. Dec and more. Terminals. Printers.
Nerdc Dail-ups. Books. Ports. Software.
Repair. Classes. Help. Consulting. Home,
Business, + School. Tel. 37-MICRO.
Soccer Center offers Adidas, Canterbury,
Doss, Etonic, Gola, Mitre, Pony, Puma, Sol
and much more. Butler Plaza Mini Mall
373-0451 5-28-20-9
PHI ETA SIGMA tubing at Ichetucknee is Sat.
may 17 all members rsvp at our banquet
may 15 or call pres. Frank Greco 3763196 or
Tom G. 378-7566 5-15-7-9
NEED IMMEDIATE CASH?? TOP MONEY PAID
FOR CLASS RINGS. CALL 378-9651 Anytime!!
KAMIKAZE HEADBANOS- Rising Sun worn by
daredevil Japanese pilotil Run, bike, surf,
motorcycle. $5. Divine Wind, Box 30654,
Honolulu, Hi.. 96820. 5-15-5-9
The Preprofessionol Service Organization
will accept membership applications for
summer ond foil until fridoy. May 16
Hear O Israel has on inspirational message
for all dial 378-3359 5-16-5-9
Have people quit whistling at your car? If
so, "gemsystems" will guarantee im immediate
mediate immediate results, call grod student for free
estimates + reduced rotes 378-3897
If you are interested in traveling the United
States Call Liz 374-8076. 5-16610
IN THE PINES summer qtr. sublet own room
SIOO per month, non-smoker preferred cal!
rondi 373-2751 (female) 5-15-3-9
$$ for records. We buy, sell 4- trode records
at TOM'S USED GROOVES-1642 W. Univ.
ove. (obove super skates) 3761472
'mole 29 seek female for shoring friendship
and good limes. I have blond hair blue
eyes. If interested send info to P.O. Box
12973 Gainesville Fla. 32601 5-20-5-9

Zeto Beta Tou is coming boekl XMe, u. over"
o keg Sunday at 12:30. Become a charter
member, join now. ond avoid the fall rush
For info: Morris 3786177. 5-163-9
Apt: Summer qtr, own bdrm. SIOS/mth
June free. Fml only. Call Randy 375-2706 or
Oebbie 3736091. Pinelree Gardens Apts
5-22-5-9
LBBIAN RIGHTS TASK FORCE-(uf)
Moy 19-7:30 pm-349 Reitz Union-all les lesbians
bians lesbians welcome! 5-162-9
All tennis ond rockelboll shoes 10-30 S off
All tap brands. Thru 22nd but only with
mention of this ad at Lloyd Clork's Shoo
1508 NW 13th St. 372-7836 No credit cards
this sale pleaee. 5-21-5-9
Travel the great NW! liberal young pw*> n
wonted to share casts on trip to Oregon
Leave 615. Coll 373-2129, Skip 5-21-5-9
To my big brother Mike, I hope you have o
greet birthday. What's your fantasy this
time?l love, yls the tennis player. 5-15-1-9
want to see a Zeta climb a pole. Come to
the Chi Phi-Zeto Pole a thon Kickoff Porty
Fridoy ot 4:30 at Chi Phi twenty kegs 75c o
cup, all u want. 5-15-1-9
Michoel-Grab your cousin. I've got the hot
fudge, who has the rope? love the Grouch
5161-
Dear Tracey, Thank you for the best year of
my life. HAPPY BIRTHDAY Love you bun bunches,
ches, bunches, David 5161-9
looking for travel companion to
Guatemala. Must be openminded ond
odvenlurious. leave around 6/17 I speak
Spanish. Coll 374-8720 522-59
Goytalk meets Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30 pm,
1921 nw 2nd ove. coll 3760400, 373-3261
for mare info. All lesbions ond gay men
welcome 521-59
GREAT VALUE sublet for the summer 2 of 4
bedroom townhouse furnished with all the
extras coll Bob or Rob 377-0446 521 -59
Spliff-Shroom UF Ultimate teams may 10th
vicoty furthers/the Christmas spirit. See you
N*w Yeotvl's, s's, and 3's of a kind.
519-59
female shipmates wonted to cruise
bahomos in exchange for light housework
and cooking must porty coll 3765835
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din. McLemore, who competed at No. 5
last season and made it to the semifinals,
will have to dethrone Vanderbilts Peter
Lamb, winner of the No. 2 singles title the
last two years.
Hardin, who was defeated by Georgias
John Mangan for the No. 6 title last
season, has some stem competition ahead
of him. Bill Rogers of Georgia, No. 3 win winner
ner winner in 1978, should be team-captain Har Hardins
dins Hardins toughest challenge.

Golfers-

continued
from page twenty
week.
We just didnt putt well at all in
Athens, said the first-year coach, a UF
All-American golfer in 1968 and 1969.
We need two of our boys to have a

Olympic debate shuts out 4

By Virginia Copeland
Alligator Staff Writer
As Olympic hopefuls watch their chance
to compete in the 1980 Moscow Summer
Olympic Games fizzle to nothing, forums
scheduled to debate the American boycott
also are drying up.
A Savant-sponsored Speakers Corner
Wednesday promised a debate to
Gainesville-based distance-runner champion
Marty Liquori and three other Olympic par participants
ticipants participants but yielded only Tim McKee, a
three-time silver medal Olympic winner. The
athletes were schedule to discuss the U.S.

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Colin McAlpin will have to upend
Georgias Mangan to take the No. 6 title.
McAlpin competed on Court Three last
season and finally is rounding into full
shape after missing most of the season
with mononucleosis.
In doubles, UF stands little chance of
reaching the finals. The Gators havent
won an SEC doubles title since 1973 and
this years dues have struggled
throughout the season.
The biggest part is being mentally
ready, Chafin said. Well just have to
play our hardest and see what happens.

good tournament if we expect to win,
said Darr in assessing his teams chances.
Venker, Rick Pearson, Mark Calcavec Calcavecchia,
chia, Calcavecchia, Tony DeLuca, and David Peoples
will b£ hoping to bring home the winners
trophy for UF.
I think we have as good of a chance as
anybody, Venker said.

boycott of the 1980 Olympic Games in
Moscow.
I dont know why everybody is still talk talking
ing talking about the Olympics, McKee said at the
15-minute forum. Our fearless leader has
put down his firtn hand and made the deci decision
sion decision for us.
The four-year UF assistant swim coach
said U.S. athletes should have competed in
the games and boycotted the opening and
closing ceremonies.
Then could we make the Russians explain
to everybody why were not there (at the
opening and closing ceremonies), he said.

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20

i, alligator, thursday, may 15, 1980

sports

SEC playoff rule smothers UF's chance at bid

By Noal Naff
Alligator Staff Writer
The UF baseball team has wasted a lot of time during the
past few days wondering and worrying if it would receive an
at-large bid into an NCAA regional tournament.
Unknown to the Gators, their future was decided as soon
as they lost to Vanderbilt Sunday to become the first team
eliminated from the Southeastern Conference tournament at
Perry Field.
A clause, entered into the SEC manual bv league coaches
when the playoff format was devised four years ago, states
the conferences second-place team is decided solely by the
results of the tournament. And only the first- and second secondplace
place secondplace teams are eligible for NCAA bids.
Since Auburn finished runner-up in the tourney to Vander Vanderbilt,
bilt, Vanderbilt, UF cannot be offered a bid because of its fourth-place
finish. Thus, the Gators season is over. Period.
Weve never had this situation come up in the tourna tournament
ment tournament before, so the rule has never been tested, said UF
coach Jay Bergman, who confirmed the ruling Tuesday with
SEC Associate Commissioner C.W. Ingram. Ive known
about that rule for about three weeks.
Im gonna have a lot to do with changing it, I can assure
you that. Even the SEC office thought it was poorly worded.
Its frustrating for the players, the fans and the coaches.-

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GATOR NETTER STEVE HARDIN SETS TO SERVE
. faces former No. 3 champion at SEC playoffs \

The Conference Tournaments

At the league offices in Birmingham, Ala., SEC Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Boyd McWhorter regretted that Vanderbilt will be the
only conference representative in the NCAAs.
Any system has its good parts and bad parts, but this
(rule) is what the coaches and athletic directors decided to
do a few years ago, McWhorter said. Thats what our
bylaws read. As far as Im concerned, I wish theyd open up
the bidding like basketball for any number of good teams.
While Bergman knew Tuesday that UF wasnt allowed a
'lt still hasn't hit me that it's over
maybe it will when I go to clean
out my locker.'
Ronnie Deans
bid, many of his players didnt find out until a team meeting
Wednesday afternoon.
I cant figure out why theyd put a rule like that in
there, said senior second baseman Ronnie Deans, whose
college career has come to an abrupt end. It just doesnt
seem fair. If it werent for that stupid rule, wed get a bid. It
still hasnt hit me that its over maybe it will when Igo to

Dominating trend can end
if netters pull off big upset

By Martin Cohan
Alligator Writer
Over the years, the Southeastern Con Conference
ference Conference has had a history of being
dominated by one team in a sport.
Alabama has ruled football, while Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky is running out of shelf space for all
its SEC basketball trophies.
Tennessee has dominated swimming,
winning seven consecutive SEC titles
before giving way to UF last year. Prior to
1972, UF had won 15 of 16 SEC swimm swimming
ing swimming championships.
Tennis is no exception to this rule. The
Georgia Bulldogs are the Bjorn Borg of
the SEC, having captured the title eight of
the last nine seasons.
The 42nd SEC tennis tournament
begins today in Oxford, Miss., with
Georgia and Tennessee rates as heavy

Golfers look to improve on
consistent second places

By Chuck Mulling
Alligator Writer
The eighth-ranked UF golf team,
awaiting next weeks NCAA champion championships,
ships, championships, will find out this weekend if its the
best in the Southeastern Conference when
it begins play today in the SEC tourna tournament
ment tournament in Augusta, Ga.
The Gators have been bridesmaids the
last three years to Georgia in 1977 and
1978 and to Alabama in last seasons
rain-plagued tournament in Birmingham,
Ala.
UF coach John Darr said his team will
have to play consistent golf to win this
weekends tourney at the West Lake
Country Club.
It s a tough enough course to prevent a
lot of low scores. The most important
thing'will be for us to play consistently,

clean out my locker.
baseman Tony Stevens is one bf seven other r u
who has played his last game in a Gator uniform n
I was very surprised I was sort of let down. a >
pointed, Stevens said. I wanted to kfcp playing W l2
guys. I thought we would really win a bid buHi T
end of the world. but s

.
While the Gators performance in the SEC touman**
was forgettable, Bergman didnt write off the entire year
We really had a great season, Bergman said IW
ud of the players because they accomplished a lot of nk
What we have to do now is prepare for next year. 8
Stevens, who hit .316 this year, set a season mark with 13
home runs and now holds UF records for career homers (251
and career RBI (125). David Falcones-.365-batting aver*
Jed UF starters in 1980 and his .675 slugging percent*
established a new UF mark.
Other Gator hitters above .300 were Graig McCraw
(.353), David Banes (.345), Steve Floyd (.358), Steve Lour
bardozzi (.323), Glenn Carpenter (.31.9) and Deans (.301).
With a .320 team average and 52 home runs this season, UF
broke two other records.

favorites.
The UF squad is looking to defy the
odds and capture its first title since 1975
when the Gators tied with Georgia.
Overall, the Gators have placed first just
three times and second only three times.
There are some mighty fine teams in
the tournament holy smokes, UF
coach M.B. Chafin said. Weve been
working hard and were getting set for the
tournament.
The Gators were shut out of the in individual
dividual individual championships last year and
finished tied for fifth. Chap Brown was
the last Gator to rule supreme, having
won the No. 1 title in 1978..-
UFs hopes rest mainly on the shoulders
of Jim McLemore and No. 4 Steve Har Har
Har SmVWM'
page nineteen

He? said.
Darr said Georgia and Alabama again
will be the teams to beat if the Gators
to be SEC champs for the first time s:
1975.
UF golfer Pat Venker agreed.
Weve gotta beat Georgia j
Bloomington, 111- junior,, w 0
tied for sixth in last years conference
UF may have been encoura£
ed by its play, two. weeks a^. s
Southern Intercollegiate match i
Ga., when it finished two strokes ahead
the Bulldogs. ; coU |d
However, Darr said hi nth j
have finished higher tan ut (j n g
Athens had it not been forabadp^
j^^Golfed
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the independent loridalI PubIsthed by CompU Communecoons, Inc. Gainoilie@horido. ZVFLO MAY15 9 t ator-:day may15,1 volume73,no Not officialy associated with the University of Florido F e T r e e sandy felsenthal Sitting on a "found" grocery cart playing "The Fifteenth Terrace Blues" is Burriea Ramey, 19, currently visiting from Denver, Colorado. Along with his companion Natas, Burrieo cruises the streets collecting junk that eventually finds its way to nearby dumpsters. "I do it because it gives me good karma," he said, As summer rolls around he's planning his return to Denver. But Hogtown has won a place in his heart. "It's free and open," he said, "I like all the freaks aroud here. Profs or power: UF sacrifices teachers to pay rising energy bi By Jay Mallin and Donna Wares Alligator Staff Writers UF will be able to meet its energy bills this year because salary money -which could have been used to add 55 professors to UF's faculty -was diverted to pay energy costs. And that means UF administrators have been forced to pack even more students into already overcrowded classrooms because of the shortage of professors. Executive Vice President John Nattress said a plan was devised last spring to leave open faculty positions unfilled for a year to save money for skyrocketing energy bills. UF planners predict that at the end of the fiscal year -June 30 -there will be $1,475,000 left in the UF salary budget. The money probably will go to cover UF's $790,000 energ deficit. Had the money gone to pay for faculty positions, as it was budgeted for, it would have paid the salaries of about 55 professors, said Academic Affairs Vice President Robert Bryan. "If we could have 1put those 55 positions out then we would have had smaller classes, Bryan said. Brian said the facolts (its affected all lF colleges equally. "Escrybody shares in the misers equally F Every body's overcrowded,'' he sa id. Some UIF classes. howes er, are janopacked, including: ,-A beginning economics class where one professor teaches up to 900 students. He does so b\ using class sections where students onl\ see vi(leotapes of his lectures-, ,,A political science class, American Federal Government, where one teacher aidd a graduate student teach a single class of 300 students in a large auditorium; The money that could have been used to reduce the size of those and other classes was instead turned into "lapse" money by keeping staff and faculty positions open, officials I said. UF collects lapse money when a position is left vacant for several weeks while officials search for someone to fill it. UF automatically loses some salary money in a budgeting process designed to account for money earned that way. During the past year, however, UF has held faculty positions open specifically to increase the amount of its lapse money. UF administrators said the practice of holding positions open to keep salary money is common in the state universities. "If there were sufficient appropriations we wouldn't have to do this," Nattress said. He said UF officials had developed several plans to meet the spiraling energy costs. Nattress said using the lapse money, along with money from other sources, enabled UF to retain inoney budgeted for scientific and 'If there were sufficient appropriations we wouldn't have to do this' -John Nattress technical equipment. Earlier in tle \ear, IT Fadministrators had considered diverting 25 percent of that iione\ to pa\ bills. UF had been unable to meet its enero\ bills because fuel costs had risen faster thai o\ pected, along with increased hiel adjustment charges caused b\ the shutdos n ot the Crystal R iver nuclear plant earlier this 5 ear. While UF energ\ problems Ifor the past \ear have been a llev iated,admin istr,itors are still ssorried they will come 1) short ii\t year. The say their request for mone Irom the L egislature for the 1980-81 \ear is outdated before it has been voted on because energy costs are spiraling upwards master than administrators predicted. Union: UF stalling on discrimination charges BY Donna Wares Alligator Staff Writer feet" arninistrators are "dragging their et shx ref using to consider charges of ongoin sx (liscrimination filed by local United Faculty of Florida officials, UFF represenlatives sail Wednesday UFF'officials filed the discrimination comPlaint List month and were scheduled to 7tho! complaint with UF administrators YU1 It at the Wednesday hearing. UF administrators never showed up. But administrators said they notified UFF Grievance Chairman Chris Snodgrass Monday that the hearing was canceled because the complaint did not comply with established grievance procedure ds. The sweeping UFI' charges failed to pinpoint a specific iscrimination case'occurring within 25 days of the filing, as required by the UF-UFF bargaining agreemen, said UF Faculty Relations Liaison Catherine Longst reth. "We have never not heard a grievance, but it is questionable whether or not this is a grievance." Longstreth said. Union members say administrators are attempting to skirt the issue. "They are required by law to meet with Is. For the first time, the administration has refused to show up and hear our grievance," said UFF Statkewide Vice President Toim Auxter. We are not going to participate in sweeping under the rug the evidence we have I ound." The UFF evidence charges: ,,45 percent of UF academic department have no woman faculty members; o within the past five years the number of female faculty members has increased onlv I See UFF' next page I -'t ; -.,,, f" i

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Dvornick, chairman of the Florida Concerned Students, lost the senate president race to former President Pro tempore Remzey Samarrai by a 39-32 vote. Dvornick also lost a bid for president pro'tempore later in the meeting. Challenge organizer Dean Saunders had been expected to run unopposed. But Student Body President Erik Melear and other Florida Concerned Students leaders had been urging Challenge senator Joe Rivers to run against Saunders for two weeks. "We didn't want Saunders to run unopposed," said Senator Jim Rhyne. As the senate president election dragged on inside senate chambers, the hallways outside was a beehive of activity. Members of both parties tried to convince Rivers to run or not to run. Rivers eventually was nominated, but declined the nomination after Dvornick allowed himself to be considered for the pro-tempore spot. "The nomination of Dvornick had nothing to do with my declining the nomination," Rivers said. Saunders defeated Dvornick by a 40-30 margin to become the new senate pro-tempore. The senate spent 90 minutes electing two senators to the powerful Rules and Calendar Committee. Joe Rivers and Bob Wattenbarger were elected to the committee, beating out fellow senators Susan Joyce and Mike Crumpler. Senators announced that an off-campus seat had been vacated. It will be filled by the Rules and Calendar Committee, which will meet to interview prospective senators Monday at 4 p.m. in the cabinet room in the Activities Center of the J. Wayne Reitz Union. House votes in favor of merger 7Ml s v A TA*ATRE vaWYdi ON SALE NOW! Save $5.$6 From staff and wire reports The House Higher Education Committee Wednesday voted in favor of joining UF with the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. The merger would take place after the 1980-81 school year. Details involved in joining the two universities would be worked out by a planning council composed of represen. tativesfeomboth universities. The House committee also voted toi join Florida International University in Miami with Florida Atlantic University in Boca Baton. The vote came as the committee worked on an omnibus bill revamping Florida higher education. The act would create a board of trustees at Tech State University, abolish the Board of Regents, and establish a Postsecondary Education Coordinating Council to govern Florida colleges and universities. Although committee members agreed to tack on amendments supporting the merger, they were unable to finish work on other sections of the bill. Further action was delayed until today. The merger had been opposed by Jacksonville legislators, who wanted details of the merger worked out beforehand. They asked the Legislature to mandate a study of the mergers before voting on them. The Board of regents issued a statement last week saying legislators should order a feasibility study of the mergers before they voted on them. Some local legislators, however, supported the merger of UF and UNF. Rep. Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne, said joining universities would lessen competition in the state University System, "It would help eliminate fighting among the universities -who are at each others' throats," Martin said. Martin said UF is the main loser in the fighting for money. He also said UF would gain several advantages from being connected with an urban center, including a broadened political base. .By Sue Levin Preview Director Maggie Beistle said on the first day, Alligator Writer freshmen tour the campus, the fraternities and sororities. --. They also receive information on meal plans, insurance, offThe scene is UF, the time is September. campus housing and registration procedures. Walking along in the distance two wide eyes and an open south appear. An alien from another planet? Not quite. It is Next, new students meet with an undergraduate academic :m a freshman coming to college for the first time. adviser to decide what courses to register for the fall as well Frightened, bewildered and confused, new incoming as possibilities fre prospective majors. freshmen and transfer students can receive guidance through "We try to get representation from various departments, the Preview Program. Beistle said. th Preview Assistant Director Beverly Underwood said, "It's Ahbout 150 students and their parents attend each session. i a wonderful program and we have a great, young and eager The second day of orientation is set aside for registration. X) sfaff.During this time, staff members assist freshmen on how to sThere are 16 paid staff members this year under student make choices for classes. director Chris Craft, a senior education major. In operation for the past 22 years, the program provides a New students come to one of 17 Preview orientation sesneeded service to incoming freshmen and transfer students. sions offered luring the summer beginning June 23 and stay "Students are seared to death. We're taking people at a GAINESVILLE MALL Daily 10 -9 overnight in Broward Hall, Underwood said. critical point in their lives and taking the curse off it. We're un. 12 5:30 "itgives students a feeliq for what dormitory living is not in the business of recruiting, just demystifying," Beistle i .sheu .s aid-.*_._ 0. 41 p ATTACK CAT .wound up behind bars Meow!1 Tiny feline assaults housing employee By Andrea Rowand Alligator Staff Writer Gainesville police impounded a feisty gray and black kitten after the tiny feline bit a UF employee's finger, UF police said. The kitten nipped Division of Housing employee Joel Ellis Monday morning when Ellis tried to pluck the frisky animal from a ditch. Ellis called UF police to take him to the Infirmary for treatment, where he filled out the detailed Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Standard Animal Bite Form. Encountering difficulties catching the uncooperative kitten, Gainesville police left it up to UF police to procure the fleeing kitten, police said. Gainesville police later booked the kitten into the Alachua County Animal Shelter, where it is being "held for bite" in quarantine. The kitten will be put to sleep after a 10-day waiting period if it remains homeless, shelter employees said. Ellis declined comment on the case, because his boss "wouldn't like it." alliontnr. thuredatmne -i0 ;inom s I W#mV ThE L/LTIMAE LETTER WORp FOR TE MOO/E ThAT COULp C/IV/ MYioiOF R k27 A SXrff Pv~ors ^omritaesnowstudernts

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4. alligator, thursday, may 15, 1980 worldwide The Freedom Flotilla Carter wnts Castro to accept air or sealift WASHINGTON -President Carter challenged Cuban leader Fidel Castro Wednesday to accept an immediate airlift or sealift to bring Cuban refugees to the United States. "We are prepared to start an airlift or a sealift immediately as soon as President Castro accepts this offer," said Carter, adding the Coast Guard had been ordered to halt the current unofficial sealift by small boats out of Florida. Some 40,000 Cubans have fled their communist-ruled island in perilous voyages across the Florida straits from Cuba since April 2 1. The President also announced the opening of a family registration office in Miami and said criminal and mentally-ill Cubans -forced out by Castro -will be forced out of the United States. The presidential statement was concerned with Cuban refugees and did not set policy for thousands of Haitians who have recently sought as\ lum in this country. Miami-area schools flooded by refugees KEY WEST -The refugee flood from the freedom sealift topped 40,000 Wednesday, causing major problems for Miami-area schools and for the Carter administration which was drafting a policy to deal with the human tide. In Tallahassee, state lawmakers were balking at paying for thousands of refugee children entering the public schools, and warned property taxes would have to be raised unless the federal government picked up the tab. The Florida House and Senate have approved a resolution calling upon Carter to disperse the new wave of refugees around the country. Dade county school superintendent Leonard Britton told House and Senate subcommittees that refugees were registering for schools in the Miami area at the rate of 60 children per day -or the equivalent of a normal-sized elementary school every 2 12 weeks. Health officials say most in good health ATLANTA -Many Cuban refugees with prison and homosexual backgrounds are infected with venereal disease, but federal health officials said Wednesday most of the immigrants from the sealift are in good health. Syphilis, gonorrhea and other venereal diseases have shown up in as many as I11 percent of the refugees tested at the crowded "tent city' processing center at Fort Walton Beach, Fla. But the Atlanta-based National Center for Disease Control said cases of leprosy and tuberculosis among the refugees are few and pose almost no threat of infection for the American public. The CDC receives weekly reports of all communicable diseases nationwide. Mentally ill adults and mentally retarded children, many apparently turned out of Cuban institutions by Fidel Castro, are appearing in growing numbers in the wave of refugees, officials said. Languageproblems sideline investigation TAMPA, -Chinese language problems bogged down a Marine board investigation Wednesday of the collision of the freighter Summit Venture with the Sunshine Skyway bridge and a recess was called, giving board members a chance for an on-the-scene look at A I *111 the freighter. The body of the 35th victim of the nation's third-worst bridge accident was recovered from Tampa Bay Wednesday morning. All but four of the bodies have been identified. The language confusion tripped an interpreter flown in from New York, who apparently couldn't understand the nautical terms being used by investigators and the vessel's first mate, Chan Chin Yee, a 50-year-old seaman from Hong Kong. Senate rejects effort tn kill stamplegisIatin WASHINGTON -The Seante Wednesday rejected an effort to kill legislation to raise the food stamp spending ceiling, and began work to push a $3 billion appropriation through C~gress before a Thursday deadline. The measure is necessary to prevent a temporary cutoff of food stamps for 21.4 million Americans at the end of the month. Sen. Jesse Helms, R-N.C., tried to send the authorization bill back to a House-Senate conference, complaining the rush to get food stamp legislation approved was a "contrived crisis" to preclude serious reform of a program "out of control." His motion was defeated 61-29, and the Senate then approved the conference compromise 65-25. Weather Today's forecast: variable cloudiness with 40 percent chance of thundershowers. Highs in the upper 80s (31-32 degrees C) and lows in the low 70s (21-22 degrees C). NO w4NDE R T H ERE'S p 50O MUCH CONCE RN Budweiser OFOBM TUIRK~'(S GONNA 'CfJ Hi5 WNGS OUT! HALF-'.TIME GAME PLAN I~YE AUY*~ I 00 I Co ta' 4 WWoov L2'V)THINKg 7?$E4P-S AMMWA I

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cwre forn m id mok cadl egloral blo~d center 3760 vAT TE LLiAAATE 4 LETTER wo FR THE MOVIE -IT4AT REgOt/S, OT'SFKEN AWP COMPL&TECY /NSWIrARY QMMhV6 .ON 7 A T#E7 R NB4*YOU! alligotor. thursday may 15,1980. 5 Police back Bason for chief By Michael Szymanski Alligator Staff Writer A petition signed by 146 Gainesville police officers urging that acting police chief Joe Bason be kept on as top dog in the police department reached City Manager Orville Powell's office late Wednesday afternoon. Detective Clifford McDonald submitted the plug for Bason, saying the petition he circulated was his own idea. Powell said the petition would not sway his decision. He said he would make the best choice for the city after fully reviewing the 220 applications. McDonald told Powell how Bason handled an Iranian protest march last December. "I saw real concern for this community in him (Bason)," McDonald said. "He was right on the line with his subordinates in command and not seated elsewhere giving orders. 'Even when the march was over and the crowd would not leave and many began to fight, I observed Major Bason going to teach groups in person and explaining to them what would happen if they (lid not disperse," McDonald said. "This is commendable as this was a crucial situation involving around a thousand people which ended with no one being hurt." McDonald said he worked under Bason 10 years after being discharged from six years of duty in Vietnam. He said his experience makes him qualified to know good leadership. Another police supporter of Bason -Lt. Winston Snowden -mistakenly signed the petition twice. He said he thought Bason was a loyal, honest man. "It has been customary for the police department to endorse someone who has (lone a satisfactory job," Snowden said. Snowden "flatly denied" reports that some officers were coerced into signing the petition. "This was a strictly voluntary thing," Snowden said. "I set the petition on a desk and whoever wanted to sign the petition did. No action was taken against anyone who did not sign the petition." Snowden said he did not see the finished petition before it was turned in to Powell Wednesday. Powell received an anonymous letter Monday urging that Bason be refused the chief's job. Powell said the short letter was derogatory toward both Bason and former police Chief Courtnay Roberts. Powell plans to decide who will replace Roberts by the end of the month. A citizen advisory panel is reviewing applications for the chief's job, but Powell makes the appointment. Bason could not be reached for comment late Wednesday. 4sM4 e ~*~ot ~ b~0*ueof bloc votng gaist m b oe o th fieNJueKeyftions. Blue K -i'mb tS CQVcovethighly among some idnts. ey a7i7 include Coy. Bob Gres*haM a~ ind ie lIor-da t .trey C4enral Robert Audit planned forfinancial aid State University System officials are hiring an auditor to examine the way state universities administer their federal student financial aid programs. The check is being conducted to comply with federal guidelines requiring an audit of the programs every two years. A spokesman for the Department of Education in Washington said the auditors will check the financial books of the aid programs to make sure they are being administered in compliance with federal law. That will include checking to make sure the aid is being given to 'eligible students and counting the number of students defaulting on National Direct Student Loans. -Board of Regnets staff members say they are now selecting an accounting firm to do the audits. They said the amount the firm will be paid has not yet been negotiated. ti the band who-It'eNme-na u, i starring Flash, Pandora and Mary Lynn! Friday and Saturday, 9:00 pm And spend THURSDAY with NIGHT Gory Gordon 9:00 pm ACADEMY AWARD WINNER CRNk I FIELDS VICE-PRESIDENT OF FEATURE PRODUCTION TTMTU'EATRSALr TUTI Jl IL v JLLJ L3I U. JLL~ She'll be speaking on the role of women in the film industry. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21 JWRU AUDITORIUM 8:00 pm I , wommo-wom

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oator. thursdov. mv 15 190 This is indeed the horror film that made America stop taking showers! IN Universal Studios L U I I I Starring Barbra Streisand Ryan O'Neal Thursday, 5/15 7 & 9:30pm Color Union Aud., Rated G Starring ANTHONY PERKINS JANET LEIGH MARTIN BALSAM Friday & Saturday, 5/16 & 17 MIDNIGHT 109 minutes Union Auditorium Black & White rated PG .ESS VAMPIRE KILLERS 1a Cbini0& Five young people trying to live according to the tenets of Mao, plan to assassinate a prominent academician to foice the closing to French universities. I Starring ROMAN POLANSKI SHARON TATE Fri., 516 7:15 Sat., 5/17 9:30pm Union Auditorium Color Rated R FRISBEE TOURNAMENT Dtmnce Event $2.00 entry fee Accuracy Event Register in the Mai JWRU Games Area 16 before May 15 Open to all university 2: CX3community. Starring VINCENT PRICE & PETER LORRE Fri., 5/16 9:30pm Sat., 5/17 7:15pm Union Auditorium Black & White 69 minutes Rated GP Plan now to visitthe NATIONAL ART GALLERY and the SMITHSONIAN'S HIRSHORN AND AFRICAN ART MUSEUM in Washington, D.C. June 15-19(Spring-Summer Break). Price of $105 per person includes transportation, accomodations, three meals and an evening at the Kennedy Center. REGISTRATION begins April 30 in the Reitz Union Program Office (Room 330). Open to the University Comminity and their guest over the age of 18. A University member may register for only one other person. A $30.00 deposit must accompany each application. The balance is due May 21 at 4pm. Must have proof of Medical Insurance. For more information call 392-1655. Sponsored hv Thp I Wviona0 ^i71 Ininn SPACE STILL AVAILABLE Sunday, 5/18 7 & 9:30pm Union Auditorium Color 75 cents 2; HANDICAPP MAY 17 SCRATCH MAY 18 MAAY 179IS cpw:Liiin $4.00 ENTRY FEE REGISTRATION ENDS FRIDAY, MAY 16-OPEN TO ALL UN gVFI &"'s.''.'" tr"r C L TUBING TRIP SATURDAY, MAY 24 If you are interested in going tubing on Blue Run near Dunnellon come to a short planning meeting in the Reitz Union room B-65 May 22 at 8:30pm. We will be car pooling, so drivers will be needed. You will also need your own tube or. anything that floats you comfortably. For more information call 392-1655. .Emanuel Ax Winner of Arthur Rubinstein Piano Competition 8 PM May 22 University Memorial Auditorium U.F. Students: Free G.P. $5.00 Tickets Available Now at the Univ. (Cc &I Bck office 16% OtO. '. % N %

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What's Happening Tonight? Dime Nite AT Thurs., Mo 10c Beer Covor Flowing ALL Night! $1.00 Lad ALL Proceeds go to the Heart Fund Sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon & Schlitz Dist. Man Doth Not Live On Subs Alone! He ALSO Needs Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Salad, French Fries, Side Orders. Enjoy ALL Of It This Weekend At Remember Our Lo-Lo Keg Prices -Butler Plaza and Cin City Locations. Eat In, Take Out or Delivery 377-6510 Student Government Productioi Ex-Outlaws Henry Paul an their hot new band toC evening of Florida Groat Southern Friday, May 23rd Tickets $5.50 advance UF Student $6.50 day-of show and general public ns and WGVL present id Monte Yoho bring Gainesville for an Rock 'n' Roll. Music Hall 8 and 11pm advance tickets at Nell's Take-Out Cost Plus University Box Office erae ENROLL NOWI Travel guides and phrase books Final Class Series B .K S for every kind of traveler for June28 and nearly every land. LSAT Exam forms May 26th 0 wma' GOERINGS' BOOK CENTER EUCATIONAL CENTER Tes Ppaato Spc lists For normtion, ase Ca1:i University & Thirteenth OPEN 10:00-9:C 377-0014 I .-.------. ------------------------------------------------------www wcmz.L.:-A .0", 6 alligator, thursday., may 15, 1980, 7 Illegal calls traced to UF freshmen State attorneys have agreed to allow two UF students to make restitution for $1,486.09 worth of unauthorized phone calls made over a four-month period, UF plice'said. The calls, eight of them to West Germany, were made from the office phone in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Women's Studies Program, police said. Police said Allan Williams and Judy Valles, both IUF, admitted to the calls and agreed to pay $325.55 and $1,121.82 respectively, leaving a small amount still unaccounted for. Four of the West Germany calls cost more than $100 each, making them a felony, police said. Police said Valles, a former employee in the office, is on )0 academic suspension. Feud spurs arrest A Gainesville woman was arrested and charged with shooting her husband in the head early Wednesday morning, culminating what Gainesville police termed a family argument. Police said Cora Lee Baker shot her husband Nathaniel with a .32 caliber handgun about 2:30 a.m. in the Baker home at 1403 NE 20th Place. Cora Baker, charged with aggravated battery, was releas1s ed from the Alachua County Jail on her own recognizance Y by Circuit Judge Chester Chance. Nathaniel Baker was listed in satisfactory condition at les Alachua General Hospital Wednesday afternoon. Wound leaves woman in critical condition A Gainesville woman is in critical condition at Shands Teaching Hospital with back wounds suffered when she was shot Tuesday morning. Bobbie Jean Simpson, 28, of 2626 E. University Ave., was shot with a medium-caliber handgun during an argument, Gainesville police said. Police said a man was seen fleeing the scene, but they have not made any arrests. Stickwielding citizen thwarts local burglary A Gainesville man prevented a burglary Wednesday morning by keeping a suspect at bay with a large stick until police arrived, Gainesville police said. Police said Gordon Jones, 2225 NE Seventh St., was investigating the sound of breaking glass outside a 7-11 store near his house when he confronted the suspect. While Jones detained the suspect, Jones' wife called the police. Police arrested Timothy E. McRae, 18, of 2831 NE Ninth St. and charged him with burglary y I M~ae in being held at the Alachua County Detention Center in lieu of $500 bond. Six packs of cigarettes were recovered at the store at 680 NE 23rd Ave. UF police arrest former student after cigarette theft UF police arrested a former UF student Wednesday at the Campus Shop and Bookstore and charged him with stealing a pack of Marlboro cigarettes worth 77 cents. Randy Alan Corn, formerly a UF freshman, was arrested after a clerk allegedly saw him hide the cigarettes in his clothing, police said. Police said Corn told them he would have paid for the cigarettes but he left his money at home. Corn was charged with petty theft. Jewstrays from homepot A Wandering Jew wandered from its homein a Norman Hall office Wednesday, leaving only the plant pot intact on the windowsill, UF police reported. Miriam Williams, the secretary who shared her office with the plant, told police she had left the office locked the night before. Police said there was no sign of forced entry or exit. Vandal sprays toiletsblack An vandal spray-painted toilet seats with black enamal Wednesday in the Shands Teaching Hspita Physical Therapy Department lounge, UF police said. Dr. William Gould reported the $15 act of vandalism t police, adding that the lounge is open 24 hours daily, police I s id. F

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*1. ~ 8. alligotor. thursday, may 15. 1980 opinions Legal logic Actions taken by UF president Robert Marson in the last two years illustrate a dangerous inconsistency in Florida's financial disclosure law that threatens the intent of the three-year-old statute. In 1978, Marston agreed to serve on the Board of Directors of the multi-million-dollar Johnson and Johnson pharamaceutical corporation. No harm in that, Marston said. But Marston failed to note UF's extensive dealings with the New Jersey-based medical supply company. In 1977, a year before Marston bought 1,200 shares of J and J stock at a legally undisclosed price, UF did $50,338 in business with the giant band-aid supplier. In 1979, after Marston had served on the J and J board two years at another undisclosed fee, UF more than doubled its business with J and J to $116,693. We don't believe Marston is illegally responsible for the increase in business. But we do believe his legal refusal to disclose his compensation from J and J has dropped a cloud of suspicion on UF. In 1977, 79 percent of Florida voters approved an amendment to the state's 1973 disclosure law. The amendment requires Florida's 1,600-plus elected officials to report annually their net worth, sources of income more than 10 percent of their total income, and the amount of money they received from each source. This action, known as financial disclosure, is required of every elected state official from governor to county commissioner. It is designed to keep politicians from tampering with taxpayer money. High-ranking appointed officials -primarily the university system chancellor, the 10 members of the Board of Regents, and the nine state university presidents -also must comply with the law. But these officials, who this year managed a $365.8 million budget, are exempt from revealing the amount of money they receive from their sources. We don't understand the logic of an ethical code that includes an elected city commissioner responsible for thousands of tax dollars but partially exempts a high-ranking appointed official controlling 10 or 100 times that amount. Two weeks ago, state lawmakers had a chance to rectify this unfortunate double standard. But for the third year, the effort to require full disclosure of highranking appointed officials was all but killed. State Sen. Harry Johnston, who gutted the most recent attempt to expand the disclosure requirement, said five of the 10 Regents would quit if forced to file full financial disclosure. J.J. Daniels, a Regent who threatened to quit, said anyone who wants to steal from the state can find a way "whether they reveal their finances or not." The financial disclosure requirement, however, has proven to be a definite deterrent to fiscal finagling. Within three years after the original disclosure law was passed -a much weaker measure than the one we believe should be implemented -three state cabinet officers and two Florida Supreme Court justices either resigned or were kicked out of office for illegal fiscal mismanagement. We suggest a plan that calls for a two-tier system of disclosure that would allow the amount of information officials must reveal to depend on the responsibility of their jobs. The plan still would require all elected officials to file an annual full disclosure statement. But it also would require appointed officials whose responsibility includes $500,000 or more of public money to file a similar annual disclosure. The $500,000 amount today would include the Regents, university system staff and the nine university presidents. We suggest Florida officials who cannot comply resign or file complaints in a court of law. To quote University of South Florida President John Lott Brown, "Why not disclose? If you don't, it looks like you have something to hide." We urge local Sens. Buddy MacKay and Pete Skinner to think about the logic of Brown's remark. We hope they will successfully amend the bill when it is considered by the full Senate. Csoul. l i ieutt-gv ftegernwtis ANIMALMOLSE Anderson He o-,ffers voters a diffrence Editor: John Anderson has spent nearly 20 years in the House of Representatives, serving as chairman of the House Republican Conference and the senior Republican on both the Joint Atomic and Ad Hoc Energy Committees. He's been described as one of our ablest and most skillful legislators and perhaps the best speaker in Congress. He is an intelligent man, who doesn't speak in vague generalities. This is how John Anderson addresses America: #Inflation -He believes we must hold down government spending and boost productivity. He introduced legislation to limit government outlays to 20 percent of the estimated GNP for each year. He supports making interest on savings account up to $500 non-taxable, tax incentives for research and development, and a new federal manpower policy to upgrade market skills rather than providing temporary jobs. &Energy -A part of the problem results from the failure of our leaders to offer firm solutions. Not Anderson. He proposes a 50 cent a gallon 'energy conservation tax' on motor fuels to reduce consumption and dependence on foreign supplies. Safeguards for the needy, elderly and business include using the tax proceeds to reduce Social Security taxes and increase benefits and to allow for certain tax credits. Anderson also supports deregulation of oil prices, a standby gas rationing plan and a windfall profits tax to be used for low-income assistance, mass transit, and the development of energy alternatives. He favors an Energy Mobilization Board to cut red tape on energy projects. He favors a review of the whole nuclear question. w-Women's Rights -He supports ERA and voted to extend its deadline for ratification. He feels poor women should have the right to choose abortion as do women who can afford it. P-Health Care -He feels the private sector must be involved on any health care program to provide a choice in the delivery of services. He supported an extension of Medicare and Medicaid services, and for federal oversight to control fraudulent practices in them. "The Environment -He supports the Alaska Lands bill, voted for the National Parks and Recreation Act of 1978, renewal of the Clean Air and Water Acts, plus numerous other legislation. In sum, John Anderson is a man of ideas who addresses our problems in a comprehensive manner, keeping an eye on today while preparing for the future. So before you pledge your support to any candidate come to room 334 of the Union at 7:00 p.m. today and consider John Anderson. Roger J. Anderson Other countries in Vietnam, too Editor: This letter is in response to Mr. Jaffe's letter printed in the May 13 Alligator. Jaffe cites the Vietnam War as his major example. First of all, Vietnam was not a war, it was a police action just like Korea. Vietnam was also the result of many treaties with the countries of southeast Asia. These treaties are-similar to the -I alliaftr I Editor: Cindy Spence Managing Editor: Charlene Hamby News Editor: Sorry IKlein News Editor: Robedt McClure News Editor: Chvstopher Bonus OpinionsEditor: Patrick Connolly PM Editor-. KtCarson InsAe Edior: Diane Julin Sports Editor: Michael Sersndto lolbut Editor: JoMn Snyde L-ro~1E o~r:on bsiel At Director: VrgiwoCopeland Wire Editor: Ralph Diam Published by General Manager: C.E. Babe Administrator: Mrs. Evelyn Best Business aner I-orry Montevideo Adverftiing Director: Fred Serion Operoulono meno Guy R. HW opeth Interim Classiied AkaOge: Susan Terr Pvodutiomnlupervior Lee Herring Production Supervor. Donald oOrak Bokkeeperiirey Pondes Creditt anagerBSob HOod Campus Communications, Inc. P.O. box 14257 Unvesly Slbtion, GinesvIlle, Foroda. Office behind "e Colege inn. 7 woes Unvwity Ave. Cla.Med AdvertWng: 37&4446;. eOW Dpkv Advertsing: 36-4432; I~eom:376445. r.~t."34~M. Stneesoffice. -74446 ------NATO treaties of today. We were not the only country fighting in Vietnam. The Austraillans and French were there also. Being a police action the military was not given a free hand in doing what was necessary to win. The bureaucrats in Washington kept the military from fighting the war effectively. The bombing of the North is a classic example of tbs. .We were hurting the North so badly with our bombing that it had to be stopped as a prerequisite.to the beginning of the Paris peace talks: In a war there are no prerequisitesto beginning the peace proces. In answer to Yom concern about the peasants of Vietnam and their fsualty Mtes: we killed more civilians ionefire bombing raid over Tokyo than we killed in all the bombing ralckon0;t0-N And'anothir thiig, thPo pesants had a bad habitof wai pg into militay install tin with booby traps on their persi .IR STI W .akliwrwere killed in this manner. As for Iran;I do not Irs to address this iue, a ot think that you should address-it either without support what you say with fact-. Do ypu think that th coadite under the Ayato any better thln wjdielbahvTh Shah is reported to have killed 35,000 hi 25 yer.1Th Ayatolah has already killed 2,000" in a little over a year. 0lsre it out for yourself! janwsEwood

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.IuIiiUS -aligator, thursday, may 15, 1900, 9 Birth Control Doctor details one way Editor: As Regina Jackson correctly points out in her recent article on contraception (Alligator, Thursday, May 1) natural methods are not as reliable as some other forms of birth control. An estimated 5-10 percent of couples across the country, however, are finding so-called rhythm methods acceptable in contraception and child spacing. The failure rates of natural family planning methods are said to be in the order of those for condom and diaphragm. Reliability is greatly improved if couples have a high degree of fertility awareness, are wellmotivated, and are prepared to abstain from intercourse or use barrier methods during potentially fertile days each cycle. Your article states that abstinence from sexual intercourse is recommended during the post-ovulatory, high body temperature phase of the menstrual cycle. On the contrary, a sustained rise in body temperature (taken daily each morning) signals the beginning of a period of absolute infertility which lasts until a few days after the beginning of the next menstrual bleeding. A rule of thumb is to wait until three temperatures are greater than any of the preceeding six before assuming that a safe period has begun. Expert assistance is required in the interpretation of many basal body temperature graphs. Instruction in natural family planning methods is available at the Gainesville Women's Health Center. Robert Abrams, Ph.D. UF Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology Teachers who cannot speak English still teach Editor: I came to UF to learn at the best university in the state of Florida, but to my surprise, the department of chemistry is not quite what I expected in the way of higher education. I am presently taking CHM 2041 and the only reality of the course is instructors that cannot speak' English but nevertheless teach. In my chem lab for example, my TA is of Middle East origin and his accent makes comprehension impossible. When asked a question, he will not answer the question with a reasonable answer -he will only answer whether the answer is wrong or right. I agree that independent work increase learning and selfreliance, but if I knew everything about the course, I wouldn't have to take the course. In my discussion class, when asked a question about our honlework, our TA will look up the answer in the teacher's manual and write the answer on the board. If a student still does not understand, tough luck! The student can still go to help sessions, only to have the same treatment. So here I am, a reasonably intelligent student learning to hate a subject due to the frustration of trying to learn it. RA letter took aim at the whole system Maiten I would like to counter the responses from various RAs made on May 7. My April 30 letter was not aimed at RAs from a personal standpoint. My letter was ainud at the systeM. Residents are second class citizens because they do not enjoy the rights guaranteed them by the U.S. Constitution. If an RA can enter and search a room without a search warrant and against a citizen's will, then that citizen is relegated to second class -status. The reason I lived in the dorms was because my parents and I thought is would be a positive living experience and because I could not afford other housing. If I had kuiwn that I would have been in a temporaryy" triple half the year I would have found another place. Why should there be an elevator key? Walking up and down five flights of stairs several times every day is exhausting. As far as visitation goes. I was never given a chance to vote Lettrs Polky 0 tIYp4 dges4 domubI mnsd en a W' SpOsS.-Mimeud me e-sd d--Netbealpged (ithapiisdipuvs n o s e d d e e s d teands m b e rs of wrltwxs Heafswwsbl Heshhpd 404Wi Witer 91-M-ge lWt usu.t e w ra e the right to editere *o 60 1. WrNeIS' now j U a, 11 eaa kw O unf, 4' latterat. 6e efoie r s*o m m "UW .AV aiwhsrjieesled Is wubg m g a regrier feste h 0 .s 1 edit, dW be prepared' to 4w wark oilp on it. If there is such a vote -bravo to Housing -that's a step in the left direction. Housing could take it a step further by protecting those (say the 40 percent or so who don't want visitation) to come and go freely as adults. This could be achieved democratically by designating two floors for freedom and three floors for visitation. My sexual relationships were very fulfilling except for those times proscribed by visitation policy. The dorms should not regulate one's personal choice by stifling an individual's behavior to conform to a code decided upon by Housing administrators. I lived peacefully in the dorms but not with their rules. If the RA's primary concern is to their residents then why don't they respond to repressed residents by demanding change from administrators? En loco parentis is a dead concept! Richard Gaeta 4AR university avenue I really hate to pay $60 for a course in frustration, so here is some suggestions for our famous chemistry dept: se-Hire some teachers who have a knowledge of chemistry; PeHire some teachers who can speak clear English; o-Reconstruct the laboratory procedure so a student can have his questions answered without waiting for 45 minutes; PoMake decisions (test times and locations, for example) and stick with them. Name withheld upon request If he'sgay,sowhat? MIteg Funny how I feel a need to defend myself against uninformed people like Alfred Victoria. He accuses gays of being drug addicts, spreaders of venereal disease, molesters of little children and sado-masochists. Well so we are. And so are blacks, Hispanics, Italians, Jews, construction workers, you name It. The fact is those terms can be applied to any group of people. They are incredible generalizations which he appears to believe are applicable to all gay people. Sheer ignorance. Why doesn't he wake up and see that gavs are just like everyone else. We have problems, joys. sorrows, loves just like he does. It is funny that I have to defend myself against those uninformed people like Alfred Victoria. there is no reason for this defense. I am what I am, a happy, well-adjusted person. and if I happen to be gay, well so what? Name withheld upon request by virginia copeland TAME6 A WI 0VA ~ii6 O~4I0 .EW.TI.N6 ALL. gal $TUENM PN~ 8 -w~w WN-4"a /I l Wiaw ----

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1980 PREVIEW staff: Sitting,~L to R.: Glenna Golden, Greg Needles, Mike Director), David Downs, Sandy Beaston, Jesse Gould, Mary Deola, Franklie mur, Williams, Kathy Keller, Steven Focazio, John Bradford, Stoney Bogga, John and Autumn Tolliver. Moran, and Tamara Gappen. Standing, Lto R.: Karen Dihosh, Chris Kraft (Student '80 Preview Staff To Spend Summer As UF Hosts Seventeen UF students have been selected to serve on the 1980 Preview staff of the 22nd annual Freshman Summer Orientation program. The staffers serve as hosts, guides, advisors and companions to the almost 2,500 freshmen and their moms and dads, who visit the UF campus during the seventeen two-day sessons from June 23 through August 14. Two sessions will also be held for transfers and their families in July. Preview staff members live on campus during the summer quarter and receive a Fuqua To Hold House Energy Hearings Here A Congressionalsubcommittee willhold hearings on campus Friday on the future of renewable energy resources in the state. U.S. Rep. Don Fuqua (D>Fla.), chairman of the House Committee on Science and Technology, said Florida leads the nation in the development of renewable energy resources, such as solar power and gasohol. He said he hopes the hearings will help determine "the best way to encourage other states to develop similar programs." "The information we develop in this hearing should be a tremendous help, not only in evaluating the role the federal government is now playing in encouraging greater use of renewable resources, but in fashioning a comprehensive and coordinated federal policy on renewable resource use and management," Fuqua said. Adams In Concert For Violin/Piano Elwyn Adams, UF professor of music and internationally-known violinist, will perform in concert Friday with pianist Hilde Freund, professional chamber musician from Chicago. The free, pubic concert begins at 8:15 Friday in University Auditorium and will feature selections from Mendelasohn, Brahms and Beethoven. Adams, who came to UF from the Symphony Orches. tra of Bordeaux, France, where he was concert master, has performed with Miss Freund in concerts at the NationalGallery in Washington, D.C. and in Hamilton, Bermuda. Some of the selection Adams will perform were played by him recently at a concert with th New World Symphony in Carnegie Hal, N.Y. Choral Concert Sat. The Department of Music presents a concert of combined choruses conducted by John Grigsby at 8:15 p.m. Saturday In University Andltrium. The free event is qmto the pubc._____ noe In addition to Fuqua, Rep. Richard Ottinger (D-NY), chairman of the subcommittee on Energy Development and Application, and subommite member Rep. Bill Nelson (I-FIA) are scheduled to conduct the day-long hearing in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Auditorium beginning at 9:30 a.m. Fuqua said oral testimony will be limited to scheduled witnesses but interested persons are invited to submit written testimony. Fuqua said the "aggressive promotion" of renewable energy resources by state commissioner of agriculture Doyle Conner, who is scheduled to testify, was the primary incentive to hold the hearings in Florida and UF was chosen as the site because "of the many innovative and practical ideas for the use of renewable energy that are originating at the university." Dr. Erich Farber, founder and director of UF's Solar Energy and Energy Conversion Laboratory who is conducting a U.S. State Department-sponsored course on alternative energy resources as Third World nations, and Dr. Fred Lindholm, a UF enginering professor who helped beat the Department of Energy efficiency goals for solar cell by eight years, will be amongthosetestifying aboutsolar energy. Others scheduled to testify include: Dr. Wayne Smith of UF's Center for Environmental and Natural Resources; Bobby Sherrod of Sherrod AmbMer Co., Greenwood, Fla.; Philip Savill of the Florida Solar Energy Indusmrles Association; E. Ellen Emmch of the Solar Coalition; Dr. Jesse Foore, director of Florida State University's computer center; Dr. David Block, director of the Florida Solar Energy Center; Dr. T. Nejat Veziroglu, director of the University of Miami's Clean Energy Research Institute, and G. Harry Graves, director of the Southern Solar Energy Center in Atlanta. Umiverulty of Flbd I am Equl Eupiy stipend from the University. The students just completed a quarter-long traRing program designed to prepare them for their campus diplomat roles. The Preview Program is under the supervision of Assistant Dean for Studat Services Maggie Beistle. Previously called FOCUS, the program has received attenita from other universities because of its proven success rate. A recent survey indicated that freshmen who participate in the program are more likely to stay in school tha those who do not. And 98 percent of freshmen who participated in the program indicated their positive reaction to Preview when surveyed. UniV r 'ty 2 JM Students i a SWin Thirds In k. t Miqin nf ruuuceu by t; e Dvson o information and Publications Services to communicate official notices & important information to students, faculty & staff at the University of Florida.I Afro Arts Festival Set For Weekend The 5th Annual Afro Arts Festival, sponsored by the Institute of Black Culture, will be held Friday through Sunday. The Festival opens Friday night at the Tolbert Dorm Area with a Disco Block Dance, featuring disc jockey Edward Jermain, from7:30to 11:30 p.m. A parade opens Saturday events at 10 a.m., starting at Library West, marching north to 5th Avenue, and then east to the Downtown Community Plaza. The parade will feature Greek organizations, beauty queens, hands, Jugglers, downs and representatives of local church groups. Activities will be in progress at the Downtown Plaza from 11 a.m. through 6 p.m. Saturday and from 1 to 8 p.m. Sunday. Saturday activities feature rock banda, the Laverne Porter Dancers, the FSU Fashion Menagerie fashion show and a reading by Atlanta author Cecilia &nh, along with art displays, booths, jugglers andclowns. Sunday activities feature several gospel choir performan -, a tribute to Maleom X and presentation of the Afro Arts Festival Awards, along with continug. displays. Campus Planning Assembly The -C M Plaming Asmuby w meet Monday at 3:30 p.m. In the Board Room in M TIg rh T e ill b discussions with Vime Premao bfor Administrative Affairs Bill Enore a-d Health Affairs KenFier. art OppWrtu/AjMnjtve Aetis Enpi National Meet Two U journalism students wo" thrd p*ac in Me WE= R andA*ph&As Fomutatiidm v"d wr ngandphM*g rao in San Francm ick H&mb, who graduated in March and is now a reporter for te M-Iam Herald, was the third place winner In writing, and junior Sandy Felsenthal, a third in photography. Hlrsh won a $1,006 scholarship. and Felsenthal, $700. Felsenthal's photo series was awardeda first Plame Two oter U students, David DahWad Dim JMIA, wmre mf geWghtnatOmd Finhsts were selected from fth tOP and~inath inmeafearsD Pelftim Students fro m .78 acedted journalim schools competed. All of thk year's entries were punished in tN T p fFloridaAMltar. Stdens from Kanoas and Inia placed firt and send in writing and from Soumern CalIornIa and MIU600i flrstandsecomdfnphotgrapWY. Counseling Group Uses Music To Express Sntsmb and student spouses can s g up aw for a nw coselng gOOp whiCh Wwe mule as a mode of aim"-nh and s anednTruhned aim*pwapecssive srmetWW& wil be provlded parmicbi smt alternst IRes In ldrperso aico tim and a nwapeo eepeso.N muskicl trai U is needed. 11 fl" swaign wil hEo Tuaed at 4:30 A Room 145l3 e 81W.idbc trW PO s puore by St& Utm 0 imb 5 and tme Uuiywy C U Wa C r. Cal Jerry Scmdr, 33-1171, for it yer. a. -E m

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Board clears SG treasurer g RockyMoretti AlliatOr Staff Writer. The Student Government Supreme Court has ruled that. former UF Student Body Treasurer Janice Randolph acted within her rights when she allocated $3,500 for new weight-lifting equipment without Student Senate approve al. The Board of Masters ruled Tuesday that because the mone\ game from the SG campus improvement ac(Count, the student body treasurer did not need to acquire senate apprucal to allocate the-money. totwWriter. Te terms "direct direct mail seincef at average person &it $utik mad'" ts p ting descriphoon of the )Pmphl*'s and av a anein the mail S Marine TC iagazinesubscrlptibs. Unammville Pstmaste ketmail advertising is ~ rican I Student Senator Bob Wattenbarger, who filed the complaint. argued unsuccessfully before the court that the student body constitution requires the senate to have "control" over all student money. Wattenbarger said he will work to change the SC law that allows the treasurer to allocate money from the special account without senate approval. "If the senate wishes to change the law, they can, but as the law now stands, Janice Randolph was acting within her legal rights," Honor Court Chancellor Marc Warren said. The $3,500 was allocated to bu new weights for the weight room in the Florida Gym basement. After the complaint was filed with the Board of Masters, Randolph withdrew the allocation. Since then the senate approved $4,781 to buy new weight-lifting equipment. nd firms buy their mathat have 4iopks; computer ist stsfr femt 0 alligator, thursday,' may 15, 1980, 11 Gainesville man found uilty in abduction trial By Pat Cavanaugh Alligator Staff Writer A 33-year-old Gainesville man who dismissed his attorney and chose to defend himself the (lay before his kidnapping trial was found guilty Wednesday of abducting the family of a former Gainesville bank president. Claude Edward Billions stared blankli as the guilty verdict was read by the court clerk. Richard Pierce and his lamil watched at tentivelv as the verdict was read. Pierce's wife Jeanne lowered her head to her hands and cried with relief. The couple's children, l'roy, (6, and 'Terni Lynn. 14, smiled and shook their clenched fists. Billions was found guilty of kidnapping Jeanne Pierce and the children with the use of a firearm. He faces four life sentences. During a pretrial hearing in Circuit Judge Osee Fagan's chambers prior to jury selection Tuesday, Billions refused assistance from Tom Farkash, his public defender. Farkash said that Billions would often not cooperate while the case was being organized. "There were times where he refused to see me," Farkash said. "I can't make him listen. All I can do is what I'm charged to do and that is represent him as best as I can." But Billions dismissed Farkash, leaving himself in charge of his defense. Billions said Wednesday during a trial recess "I didn't want to go to trial with the man (Farkash). The man told me repeatedly that I don't have any defense. He just kept on making deals with the state and kept sug gesting that I should plead guilty." Billions said Farkash acted as if he was an extension of the stateattorney's office." During court proceedings, Assistant State Attorney\ Howard Holtzendorf called 15 state witnesses. The evidence they presented included an emotional tape recording of Pierce and his wife along with Billion's \ oice conducting strategy for the ransom. Holtzendort said it was clear that "Billions without any conceivable doubt is guilty of the c'rim('.'T'he jury agreed after deliberating only half an hour. Billions was arrested Aug. 31 by FBI agents and Duval and Alachua County Sheriff's deputies after he kidnapped the Pierces. He had appeared at the Pierce's home about 3 pm. August 30 posing as a carpet layer. Billions threatened Jeanne Pierce with a .32 caliber revolver and forced her and the two children into the family's 'ar. Later Billions demanded $100,000 ransom, which was withdrawn from the Florida National Bank in Jacksonville. Pierce is the former president of First National Bank. During the ransom pickup, Billions was followed by the special agents and arrested. Home of Gainesville's Finest Steaks and BIGGEST Hamburgers. Sports and Courts offers steaks and hamburgers that are in a class all by themselves. Our steaks are only OO"s the best cuts; aged and charbroiled to perfection. served with home fries or vegetable of the day. Our burgers are a half-pound of the finest beef, char broiled and served on bakery rolls. Come on in and see why people keep coming back. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC With coupon expires May 25 Not valid for take-out )p gGet 2 New York Stripu Steaksfor$7.95 1 1430 S.W. 13th St. 377-0348 With coupon expires May 25 \ Not valid for take-out Get Any 2 Burgersi for $3.75 1430 S.W. 13th St. 377-0348J

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12, alligator, thursday, may 15, 1980 I. Drinking age bill stalls (UPI) -The movement to raise Florida's dIrinking age suffered another major setback Wednesday when opponents in the House managed to bottle up the issue in committee for a second time. The Senate last week approved a measure hiking the drinking age from 18 to 19 and proponents in the House attempted to bypass their committees to bring that bill directly to the floor. But when the dust had settled after 45 minutes of intricate parliamentary maneuvering, opponents had succeeded in sending the issue back to the House Finance and Tax Committee, which already has defeated one proposal to raise the drinking age. "The ballgame is over," declared House Speaker Hyatt Brown after proponents failed in a crucial parliamentary vote to gain the support of two-thirds of those present. LEiA There now are six bills raising the drinking age sitting in House committees, but unless proponents can win two-thirds support, none will reach the floor without going through the f ina nce and tax panel. Saying that raising the drinking age could cost the state as much as $10 million a year in tax revenues, the finance and tax committee last week killed another bill by a 15-5 vote that would have raised the drinking age to 20. Industrial waste measure wins House approval (UPI) -A landmark bill restricting the dumping of wastes that are hazardous to health or the environment won final approval Wednesday in the House. Florida is the only state in the Southeast to lack such restrictions and the federal government has threatened to step in if tough standards are not imposed. The bill,napproved 104-2, echoes those adopted by other states in the aftermath of the Love Canal incident in upstate New York in which toxic industrial chemicals seeped from the ground and drove several residents f rom their homes. A similar measure has been approved by the Senate Natural Resources Committee and is awaiting a floor vote. The House bill, which was approved unanimously by three committees, provides for a "cradle to grave" monitoring of all industrial, chemical and biological wastes that are "hazardous to human health, safety and welfare and the environment." The measure mandates the licensing of firms that transport such wastes and sets up strict procedures for the selection of dumping sites. (UPI) -The Senate sent to Florida voters Wednesday a constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right toprivacy. Opponents warned it might make marijuana legal and wiretapping by police illegal. The proposal was approved 34-2. It was okayed by the House earlier, so it goes on the Nov. 7 general elections ballot. A similar proposal went before the voters in 1978 as part of the Constitution Revision Commission package and was rejected. The plan amends the rights section of the Florida Constitution to include the right of every citizen "to be let alone and free from government intrusion into his private life." The right to privacy would not be an absolute one because of other sections in the constitution, including the Sunshine Amendment requiring financial disclosure by public officials, said Sen. Jack Gordon, chief Senate sponsor of the plan. An evening with "f GAMBLE ROGERS and special guest AUTUMN A Total Entertainer America's most entertaining artist will appear at the Hippodrome Theatre. Sunday and Monday May 18th & 19th 9:00PM Available at these locations Lipham Music Mike's Bookstore Strictly Music The Briar Patch Call 378-MIPP Sabine Music for more information Presented by Blade Productions Tickets are $4 in advance $5 at the door I' EXPRECE "Practicum in College Teaching" EDH 6947 Dept. 4 credits. NRN 2423 Fall '80 In. structional Leadership offers experience tutoring in the Honor Council's English Composition Center where you can apply teach ing techniques when proofreading students' papers, One On one. Sponsored by COll09eof Education CLASSIC j in ./) K The pegorus Discotheque Presents. 'K~ MaIe ight TONIGHT pegosui 'K OPSCCJTHFOUR 9.12 Women Got FREE Drinks Sign up for "On The Strip Weekend" The last day oj each month is a lottery for free hotel reservations on the Daytona Coast. Sign a lottery ticket every night if you like. And Remember Fri. Night Is Howeian Night 11 SW 13th St. Located in University inn SGP, the U of F Athletic Assoc. and WGGG present a day of music and football with The Dixie Desperados and special guest Tim Murphey a FREE concert leading up to the Orange-Blue spring football game. I Iam, Saturday, May 17th, Forida Field UF Student free (wi fee card) -,eM .aeaPubfic $2 Privacy amendment faces ballot r.I ., .I i -WOOOPF -v--v --v V T v T op, -.I

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16 alligator. thursday, may 15. 1980 FOR ENT Female Roomate needed as of June 1sf Opion for Fall Williamsburg Close to compus and Shands $87.50 month 375-0441 5 21-5-1 fern s needed to sub 2 rms in furn Ok Forest 3 bdrm opt mstr w/bth $143 + util. other rm $100 + ud coll 375-2622 ask Teri or Iris 5-21-5-1 Sublet summer 4 bdrm opt at The Village opt own bdrm $90/mo + 1/4 utilities Call 392-7885 5-19-3-1 subletfor summer furnishedlI brm opt lune rent free only $175 mo univ gardens only 15 mmn. to campus call 374-4572 5-20-4-1 OAK FOREST 3 bdrm 2 both w/wash/dryer Available tune 15 summer qtr only Rent $355-June FREE cal 377-7619 keep trying 5-21-5-1 furnished 2 br house only three blocks from campus fireplace available beg. summer $275/mo 13122 NW 3rd pl. call Bob 377-0609 5-21-5-1 HELPi I desperately need to sublet my very nice 2 bedroom, I both opt in sugarfoot oaks lease thru august pets allowed. rent $260 negotiable cal 377-4459 5-21-5-1 country monor apartment. central air, fully furnished, pool, weight room, tenns and rball only $80 pet month 392-7977 or 377-0746 Mike 5-21-5-1 Sublet for summer 3 pools balcony Village Pork ApIs 2 big bedooms Big closets Close to school 377-1847 5-21-5-1 3 blks campus cent air, Ivng room, bedroom, refrig, clean, quiet, share utilities, serious student, summer $110 Fall l 15 373-1558 5-21-5-1 Subletting 1 Br fully furnished apt. for summer $170/month Call Rick after 5 at 374-4239 CENTERPOINT APTS. 5-22-5-1 SUMMER rental 2 bdrm. 2 both in Pinetree Gardens. Pool/Tennis ONLY $273/month. Call 392-7535or375-6442. 5-22-5-1 Hawaan Vlg Lrg I bdr, furn. apt sublet summer w/fall option. $245 mo. + $100 refundable sec deposit June-Rent Free. Call 374-4167 5-22-5-1 Sublet apt. starting Jun'e I with option to renew for fall. I br unfurn $210 mo. of beautiful Hawaiian Village after 5 pm 378-2189 5-19-5-1 Summer qtr need to sublet 3 bdr Windmeadows no 32 call 373-9805, 375-7249 nice pool sauna laundry great location liv + di for. 5-16-4-1 Quiet, trees, I bdrm, walk to UF, VA, Stands. Gloss drs. to cov. patio. free water, sewer, $185 furn, or unfurn. 376-2343. 5-20-5-1 REGENCY OAKS male rmmt for summer quarter own room in 3 bedroom apt. FURNISHED $350 for entire summer call Mike 375-2966 5-22-5-1 $225 for entire summer qt only + 1/4 mo. FREE furniture and June rent in luxurious utilities a/c furnished single room 2 blocks landmark opts 2 bdrm. twnhouse, $240/mo. from campus Coll Rick 375-6852 5-19-5-1 to sublet sumner quarter 374-4162 5-21-5-1 sublet summer, option for fal, 2 br., I both Act Fast Sublet June 1 large furn. 2 br. 2 ba 5 min from campus $190 00 a month une at Gatorwood pool/tennis/souna near UF free call 373-8891 5-19-5-1 + Medcr. 376-7980even. ofter5. 5-21-5-1 Sublet apt for summer, one bdrm furnished, 1 mile to campus, pool cable tv, laundry in bldg, $185/mo + util phone 377-2702 5-15-2-1 F/roommate for sum own room i2 bdrm. apt furn in Village Pk-$137 50 or sblt entire opt $275 1 mile to UF, a/c pool call 374-8080 5-22-5-1 Summer 2 Br 2 Bath $280/mo June rent Room for rent in nw house for summer free Furnished Hawaiian Village PH w/fall option $95/mo Bus line and quiet 372-0639 5-20-5-1 .call 375-2605 ask for Chip 5-21-4-1 JUNE RENT FREE Sublet with fall option I br unf. apt. $208/mo. cent a/h, dw, dispo, frig, stove, pool, laundry call 378-7243. 5-20-5-1 Houses, opts, duplexs, for rent summer and fall lists available no fee, 1219 W. Univ Ave. 373-7768 Pot Mendoza Realtor 6-6-17-1 sublet summer qtr 2 bed-2 both $310/mo. in Oak Forest Apts. fully furnished, close to pool no deposits required 376-8992 5-16-3-1 2 br. furn. or unfurn apt I blk from Shands $240/mth. June 1 372-3775 5-20-5-1 une rent free in semiforn 3 bdr, apt 1/2 blk from tigert sublet for summer $295/mo. call 375-0516 5-16-3-1 I bedrm townhse for rent at SDT sorority, summer only Gas and water included call 376-0110. mole or female accepted 5-20-5-1 Sublet luxurious 2 bdrm/ 2 both apt furnished, new carpet, dishwasher, etc. Recreational facilities, excellent location in complex BRANDYWINE Apts. Call 3-8pm 375-4084 5-28-10-1 avail. June 1. 2-bdrm townhouse, central air/heat, carpet, pool, tennis. Close to campus $240 mth. 373-7448 5-16-3-1 BOB'S SPORTING GOODS a little of almost everything. athletic shoes archery monogramming darts & boards exercise equipment fishing tackle guns & ammo hunting & fishing licenses knives raquetball running gear sportswear tennis 0 water ski equipment Sublet for Summer. 1 Bdr duplex, furn or unfurn Close to Campus, V A Shands Quiet neighborhood $155/mo. 377-4174 1 Bedroom Patio Apt near U of F + shopping $160b00/mo. Oaks Realty, Realtors 373-3000 5-15-5-1 for summer, Vizcaya opts., unfurn., 3 br -2 both, a/c, dishwasher, hbo, pool, near campus + low school. June rent free. $350/month call 373-0607. 5-15-5-1 Need one roommate sublet for summer quarter two bedroom $132.50 per mth Pheonix subdivisions call Joe 372-6283 5-15-5-i Two females for 4 bdrm. twnhs. Village opts. To sublet now thru Aug. Call Jeanne 373-0488, 373-2606. Pool, tennis, H.B.O. $82.50. 5-15-5-1 JUST 7 blocks from UF sunny room in large 4 bdrm, 2 b + home or study, porch, etc. $87.50/mo. 374-4894 must stay summer. 5-15-5-1 sublet summer qtr. avail. June 1 Gotorwood 2bed-lbath, $300/mo. call Janet before 9am + after 3pm 375-1328 5-15-5-1 WINDMEADOWS sublet summer Ig. luxury 1 hr perfect for 2 furnished JUNE FREE $560 summer 373-3558 8-6 apt. #189 5-15-5-1 SUBLET IDEAL APT. FOR COUPLEtI One bedroom, both, full sized kitchen, walk-in closet Minutes from shopping yet in quiet country-like atmosphere. Bus stops in front of apt and bike tide is about 15 min. ONLY $179/mo. with JUNE RENT FREEHI Available mid-June. Call 373-2416 after 5 pm. 5-16-6-1 sublet summerMi. Vernon apt. furn. townhouse 2 bdrm. 11/2 both, pool, central a/h, laundry, pets allowed, June rent free; rent negotiable fall option. 378-0951 5-16-S-i STONERIDGE beautiful 3 br. 21/2 both spacious furnished sublease summer quarter call Stephen 375-1128 or Joy 378-4554 5-16-5-1 sublet I br. apt, at the woods fully furn. summer qtr. w/option to renew lease in fall $199 per month call1378-7703 5-16-5-1 Efficiency apt for rent starts June 1620 nw 3rd Pl. $135/mo. pets ok 378-6556 close to campusfurnished 5-16-5-1 SUMMER RATES 21/2 mos far $225 most util included June 16 thru Aug. 31 air walk UF carpet 1740 NW 3rd Pl. 373-6605, 375-2700 5-16-5-1 SUGARFOOT OAKS opts. 2 bd. 1 bath. available immediately quiet residential close to oaks fully equipped $245 Mark 375-0936 5-16-5-1 Santa Fe Trace ogtLe. awu.n-w eohwTesf nearjunbar college unfurnished no pets 1 br. $200 2 br. $240 378-1190, 376-3336 6-6-33-1 Oak glode opts. 3524 S.W. 30th terry. country atmosphere w-d hookups prinvocy patio unfurnished 1 br. $205 2 br. $240 no pets 372-6422, 376-336. 6-6-33-1 sublet for summer 2 bdrm. 2 both beautifulIy furnished opt. in Regency Oaks. June rent free, for more info, call 374-8568. Hawaiian Village June free 2 bdrm. 2 bath unfurn. Avail. June 1 a/c, pool, laundry, 378-0789, 374-4226 anytime 5-22-5-1 Sublet for summer. Landmark townhouse 2 br. furn. opt. June rent free $265/mo. Perfect for 4 people Faces pool call 377-1882. 5-15-5-1 Luxury I bedirm burn apt. 2 bedls Hawaiian Village $245 sublet summer option for fall Tonight At The Rat the Artificial Ingredients and Marty Bear 9pm a Rathskeller-SGP Presentation. P14mg-aow Wlmbt.1 1-17-1 -7 A p 377-7678 3100 SW 34th St. 37S-PORT 9AM-6PM Furnished two bedroom upstairs apartment to sublet for summer at $180 p/m Duckpond area 378-9134 secluded in the middle of town 5-16-5-1 sublet for summer-2 bdrm. furn. opt. $165/mo. low utilities 373-7992--also-need female roommate for fall. Own bdrm., furn. $82.50/mo. 5-16-5-1 SUBLET LUXURY 1 BR. APT. furnished, a/c, POOL, SAUNA, $200 NEGOTIABLE call ofter 5 373-7719 5-16-5-1 1, 2, or 3 people needed to sublet 3 bedroom townhouse, furnished. In the Pines. June rent free. summer quarter. call 377-2143. 5-16-5-1 APT FOR RENT pay July and August only furnished in Brandywine 2 bdrm. call 374-8401 5-16-5-1 3 bedroom 21/2 both townhouse condominium for rent this summer in beautiful private nw section of G'ville no lease $300/mo 378-5618 5-16-5-1 Sublet for summer, 2 br., oc/heat, fully equipped, nice + clean, close to UF + shopping. call 377-9512 after 5 pm or 376-4483 before 5pm. 5-16-5-1 summer sublet brand new contemporary home furnished, four bedrooms, two baths, wall/wall carpet dishwasher, disposal, pool, on golf course, low neg. rent 374-4741 Larry 5-19-5-1 Gotorwood-sublet large beautiful I br. opt. summer qtr. fully furn. pool tennis courts close to campus $245/mo. Please call 377-8361 5-19-5-1 Sublet I Br. opt.avail. 6/15 option for fall lease furn.r. /oc $199/mo. on Sw 20th Ove. 374-4388 5-19-5-1 NEW 2 bdrm 11/2 both townhouse. summer sublet w/fall option. June rent FREE located in Phoenix Subdivision 374-4141 5-19-5-1 CAMELOT APTS. 21/2 months rent for summer-fully furnished, oc, pool, no deposits, 1 mt. to campus, greot deal 377-8223, #208 5-20-5-1 two housemotes needed for 3-bdrm. duplex 2 mi west of Tigert quiet area, air, yard, $110/mo. includes util. Available now Stephen 374-8172 eve's. 5-20-5-1 sublet 2 br. 2 ba. opt. at Vizcaya for summer. unfurnished June rent free. call 372-1467 after 6pm. 5-28-10-I Large 2 br., 2 full both opt. pool, tennis court, and laundry $268/month call 376-0685 sublet for summer. 5-20-5-1 Summer Sublet -Vizcaya opts. 2 BR open; Priced To Movet Just $230 + 1/3 util. for Whole Summer; call 373-2535 Todayf GATORWOOD summer sublet 2 br. large (1,000 sq ft.) tenets/pool/sauno. Fall option avail 376-4866 keep trying. late even. Sublet for summer 2 bedroom 2 both 5 minutes from campus option for Fall pool tennis court $310 + utilities 376-4190 5-30-10-1 Sublet summer with option for fall 3 br 2 bth huose se section 5 mt. from UF. $210/me. $100 deposit + first/lost mo. rent 376-6169 5-22-5-1 JUNE RENT FREE Furn. I bdrm townhouse (summer sublet) walk to U.F. carpet, dshwshr, pool, laundry, $205/mth. call 374-4304 5-20-3-1 summer 2 br. furn. apt. has pool, laundry, lots of trees, bus stop, 2 miles to law school, real nice call 376-7893 keep trying. -= 2 %, -in Sugorfoot Oaks Four 0 Realty Realtor 376-0000 5-28-15-1 FOR RENT-Avail. June 100 steps from House ool, call 378-7342 after 4:30 C %, ,t Jw womommummo sublet hawaiian Village townhouse for entire summer furn, 376-966 anytime. 5-15-5-1 Sublet 1 BR opt. for summer. Close tb compus on SW 16 ave. Option for fall. Call 376-9627 5-15-5-1 Sublet 1 Br. June free $180 mo. dishwasher, w/d conn. frostfree refrig., courtyard, central a/c by Shands 373-9781 7-12 pm SUMMER sublet 2 bedroom at Village Park Apts. furnished poolside June rent free for more info call Fran or Borb 375-1361. 5-20-5-9 non-smoking June15 own room In 3 bdm negotiable call 375-28sgl 5-21-5-2 sublet bedroom in 2br aopt,.a MEADOWS $150/m.on Bbor375-6129 51932 Romnsate Needed Female shre 2-bedroom apt. or Wi1lao $87-50/mo. + 1/4 oIl ll 5-22-5-2 Female r-mare nedefor~b/b4 opt. Only $160 all summer V. or bus to campus, funilshed 5-22-5-2 SPARROW CONDOMINIUM (22 wonted) club house, sauna,2 hidpK room, swimming Pool. 5/n + uts. 375-2549 5-22-5-2 non-smoking female for summerfI own bedroom furnished close 10 har 374-8377uavailable June13 5225.2 Sublet own room in 2 br. apt. SV 1/3 utilities available early Juuin mer qtr. apt only Smn to UPtall 373-2578 try after 5 pm. 5-22-5-2 REGENCY OAKS female to share bdt nicely frnshed apt. $95/m+ 1/.3d call 377-8974 prefernon-sm er Wanted female roommate summer own room beautiful French Qtr. opt $100/m + 21/3util. coll 374.8701 tng. 5-22-5-2 NEED 2 roomates, one room ovae the other-mid June. 3 br. hose mnqe" neghbrhd $108/mo. + 1/3 us 374-4660 5-22-5-2 UNIV. GARDENS Femalerooamasi Mr. aIly Furn. 1/108, 2/$70 Split tlFall ton pl. 375-3-416 5-22-5-2 Own room, 3 bdr. house $93/m + l/3 to begin next august, near bus + shp ctr. 1960 NW 31st. Place, onlyafter p weekends 5-22-5-2 ROOMMATE Sublet for sum/fall option. spacious mstr. bdrm w/pvt. both $125/mo. + 1/3 until. pool, sauna Regency Oaks call Tim 373-3526 5-21-5-2 2 -fem. rmmts needed sum/fall opt. $66.25/mo. + 1/4 util. 2 pools, close to campus Loodmork opts. call Jane or Tina 373-0387 5-21-5-2 SUMMER and/or FALL female rmnt for new 2 br. opt. in Phoenix sub. Jul-Aug only $115/mo. + 3ut.-own br. or $80/mo. + 1/3 ut-shore mstrbr. must like pets call Vickie 376-4515. 5-19-3-2 4 bedroom house, $65 a month, 1/4 utilities 3 blocks from campus, summer only call 374-8076 5-16-3-2 SUMMER. One or two roommates, share 2 br. opt. 2 blks east of Norman. $125, June free. 378-4402, Pete or Aldo. 5-20-5-2 room available 5-15 with option for fall Furnished, beaufiful home 1 mile UF free cable, no pets, studious males call Mike 372-7034 5-16-3-2 roommate wanted shore bedroom furn. opt. $122.50 mo. + 1/2 util. starting June 372-4526 5-21-5-2 Female roomote summer only share large one bdr. opt., 1 bfk to UF $90/mo. + 1/2 util. call376-9515. 5-19-3-2 N URA ANTONELU HAS THE NICEST PAIR OFHIT YOU'VE EVER SEEN. 'WIFEMISTRESS'IS( VPNOTIC AND EROTIC.--Ge,,hu. SeKNBC-l Marcello Mastroanni "RIBALD ROWDY ura AntoreJli AND INVENTIVE." -BrwIMillemsee I st --1M0wrJ#W--. 5:45 9:45 7:50 ONLY STARTS FRIDAY TWILIGHT SHOW AT 5:30 W 13th STREET Wsd1 MON-FRI ALL SEATS $2.00 23rd BOULEVARD TONIGHT dir.' SAT? 0 All remainingtickets at the door c k ttdo ,.will be sold PRICE Tues.-Thurs. oNLY students ith current fee cards. 07IE'S DIAMOND EXCHANGE pO TICKETS ON SAE AT PAPERBACKBOOII AND THlE BRIARPATGI AT TI E O'KSLU IPPODROM New Season. New Home. Subscribe 375IIPP 0 w 11 m 7. -.7.r Z I e e e e e e e a e e e e

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n sublet manner om las bedrom 2 r~ommaesante startng sum. qtr. tune /F sr -mm a ay ---7 OIM-ATE "I'l on oomin ptnear UF room, )mfr fall. Mature, studious, Call Melissa 392-9431 to furnshed master bedroom rto3b$&0mmtownhouse at Sparpool.ceighroom, suna. 3769 5-215-2 M GE Rimt. needed summer 1 1/3 viil. + hbo. June rent neg. ,/2dent students. Grod. stud. ,q ,etp rs o n 3 7 516 0 .5 -1 9 -3 -2 needed in sublet for summerbr. apt. near Shands + VA, pool, ret coll Cindy or Beth T. at 5.22.5-2 Otbsolemue needed to shore ivinnw qtr. NO DEP. REQ'D only Mro. Anal 06/16 Tracy 377-4440, I15.20.5-2 yMIJERI female to shore I br. s atrw/option in Sept. SW 34 Call Robin 373-6021. Female wanted summer qtr. June $1/mo + 1/3 uti. OWN ROOM 5-20-5-2 eIfor summer quarter. Furnished 2 clowe toCampus. $65/mo. 1/2 uil., phone $20 deposit 378-3402. 2 s home needs 2 female roomotes mnet/fall 1/4 utilities, real quiet. Anytime. 5-22-5-2 owumate summer only shore large opo I blk to UF $90/mo. + 1/2 1l376-9515 5-19-3-2 M/ten/forsummerqtr own room in si close to UF, d/w pool, tennis court + 1/3 util. Tino, Kathy, 375-1772, Iing. 5-20-4-2 sEcT uTUREc Kramer vs Kramer own baotroom. SP06awsro-, uIe. Csets swimmingp.l.tennis couls.N o to U 376-4624 5-15-3-2 fe. roommate, sumner qtr. only, own room + bathroom in large furnished house, beautiful yard, $103 + 1/3 util. 3748710 5-19-5-2 female wanted to share clean I bedroom apt. for summer. Very clos to compus. $115,a month + 1/2 utilities, June free, call 378-1364 5-15-3-2 MASTER BEDROOM In 4 bdrm. house. Own bathroom and phone. $90/mo. 372-0766 5-19-5-2 female roommate wanted own bedroom summer quarter quiet woody area five minutes front campus call 376.0045 for details. 5-19-5-2 female to sublet own room, Windmeadows, summer, 3 bdrm., $153/mo. + 1/3 util. + deposit. 375-7932 or 392-0728 8-5, Sue. negotiable. 5-19-52 Roommates needed for summer w/option to rent for fall in' the Hawoian Village. $70/month + 1/4 utilities let's negotiate 374-8081 5-27-10-2 female preferred to share 3 bed 2 both house in nw section fenced yard w/d swimming pool fireplace for summer quarter 377-8459 5-19-5-2 2 Liberal fem. Own room $60 or $90 La Bonne vie Sum. qtr. opt. for foll. Call Jane eves. 274-4634 5-19-5-2 Female roommate wanted for summer to shore bedroom, + 1/3 utilities $68/mo. June free No deposit Univ. Gardens 378-7264 5-19-5-2 furn. rm in nice nw furn. twnhse, 3 br/ 3 bth, garage, 2 pls, rcqtsoll, ten., bus to LF/SF. May free S132.50/mo. + 1/3 uti. Chet372-0944 5-27-0-2 The Visitor 1&: s Am As (S:8@I1.U 8:15 Roger Vodim's Holiday Hookers Night Games (5:301.16) ':0 Is (&ie@1M $ 35 BnnitActress-Solly Field Norma Rae S(5:1$1.50) I Walt Disney's Lady & The Tramp 0~1.3 sm i rent foee, awn rooms in spaio__us 4 ba~r ,wnhouse ,,mth. + 1/4 viii call 378-7600 5-16-10-2 May freely need fem. to share nice 1 bdrm. apt. for june + /or anyone to sublet for summer $90 or $150/mo. near campus Madeleine 378-7425 5-20-10.2 roomate male or female to live in beautifully furnished house in ow has wash 4dryer stereo, etc. $130/mo. + 1/3 util. no canIroct or deposit call Todd 372-1763 5-16-6-2 only $82.50 a month. Own bed in 4 bed townhouse at Village opts. Pool, tennis, racquetoll, Call now at 376-4107. ask for Naomi. 5-15-5-2 mole roommate for fall. own room in Regency Oaks. Call after 5 376-9071 5-15-5-2 room for rent in beautiful large house furnished w/washer + dryer Ig. yard w/fencad area. Must be neat + clean 377-5573. 5-15-5-2 SRLkET I rm. in 4 br. apt. far summer qtr. only. village opts. 871/2 rent + 1 4 utilities. )erious student desired 373-6267 (after 5pm) 5-15-5-2 male rmmate VILLAGE June 1 own rm in 4 bdrm. twnhouse 2 both sublet for $92.50 + 1/4 a mon. call Steve 376-3959 or 375-0139 this sublet is good until Dec. 80. 5-20-10-2 Two rooms in quiet three br. house. Must be neat ond studious June free, no deposit, $1 15/mo. avail. June 15 no lease 375-4078 5-15-5-2 Roommate wanted for the summer. Nice home located 2 miles from UF Fenced in backyard-pets ok. Share rent + utilities 374-4692. 5-15-5-2 JUNE RENT FREE roommate for Summer/option for Fall 3 bdr. Georgetown Apts. $80/mo. + 1/3 util. Pool, call Jon 373-0802 5-15-5-2 Non-smoking male roomote wanted for summer quarter $78.00 mo. + 1/3 util., H.B.O., Village Park Apts. #123 375-1077 ofter6pm. 5-15-5-2 Hawaiian Village sublet summer furn. 2 bedrm. 1 both tv/w cable and great stereo $70/mth + 1/4 uitl. june free w/fall option 373-5575 5-15-5-2 Two females for NE home own room avail june 1st or june 15 $92 a month plus 1/3 utilities. 373-2649 ask for Vicki or Sara 5-15-5-2 Summer quwter/feale 2 B opt., have own room $102.50 + 1/2 util. Woodland Terry. Apts. off 34th Tamara or Jeanne 372-7092 5-15-5-2 NEED ONE ROOMATE FOR SUMMER, beautiful 2 bedroom apt. in REGENCY OAKS; furnished; rent + 1/2 util. 375-0926. 5-15-5-2 roommate needed summer quarter. In The Pines-own room shore both-21/2 months at $120. Furnished, washer + dryer-female only 375-2345. 5-15-5-21 IN THE PINES own room $95 low expenses great location pool sauna tennis w/d, male/female day-Joy 392-1107, ony-375-1116 5-15-5-2 male rmmate wanted summer qtr. own rm. in apt. overlook pool prefer meet nosmoker$85/mon 1/2 utl. call Robofter6pm 375-1077 5-16-4-2 VERY CLOSE to UF, one bedroom in a two bedroom semi furnished opt., $112 + 1/2 utilities, 1st, last, $50 dep., lease through Aug. 372-7366 anytime leave a message. 5-20-5-2 Roo-oteowanted to share furnished 2 hr. close to campus for summer qtr. Own roomonly $260 for entire summer + 1/2 utl. IM9251. 5-1&2-2o to sh 2 bdrm. + 2 bth. furnished Oak Forest June free tennis + pool calf 377-7286 5-16-5-2 DISCOUiNT HiFlI 7M S. Main, Tle Rect Mgl.Every major brand, Lowest price. Open 11-6 WE'RE CHEAPER. 375483 66-49-4 Sick of AM radio? See Car stereo HLPI female roommate needed summerSpecilistsot 2201 NW 13 St. They have low OWN room-furnishied ONLY $130/mth near prces,quality intltlations + top brands campus-southwest viltas 376-3973. 5-16-5-2 Open M-F10-7, Sat. 10-5378-092 64-49-4 CHEAP-fele fair summer own roOm, both "STUDENT SPECIAL" manuel and electric $1O/mnth + utilities furnished Hawaiian typewriters and adding machines, copy Village, call Karen or Toby 377-0620 machines $25.00 and up phone 376.0733 5-165-2 Sound ideas Microcomputers present AppIe, Atari, + Ohio Secientifict Also acGotorwood opts, summer only 1 female cessories for TRS-80. Come in for a demot OWNE BO $It~so. 1/3 u. totally furnished 22WC-NW 13th St. 378-0192 64-39-4 JUNE FREE nonsmoker prf. cl bt2-4 or ________________ oft. 10. 376-1271 5-16-5-2 Sony. Jensen, Aki, Celestion Hater, Onkyo, Aiwa, Marant + more at lowest Summer Quarter, own BR in Ig. unfurn. 3 br. prices and beet worrontiest All at SOUND opt. in nw. air, dishwasher, pool, 10 min. to IDEAS 2201 NW 13 St. 378-0192 6-6-39-4 campus on bike. $100/mo + 1/3 util. 377-9920 5-16-5-2 Stereo Repair by Elec. Eng. with It yrs. enperience. Our work + our prices couldn't Female rmmate needed starting FALL-own be better SOUND IDEAS 2201-C NW 13 St. roon 3 bdrm. opt.-pool, tennis $105 + 1/3 37-192 6-6-39.4 util. If nonsmoker, studio, a I Sue, eves. 373-5296 5-16-5-2 1975 8X35 ft. travel trailer. Separate bedroom and bth. Came see at Archer Sublet far summer with option far fall. 3 Road Village 3620sw archer lot 822 asking bdrm. / 2 both, own room, nice opt In the 400 5-15-10-4 Fies-St t/mo. 1/3 util. fr fe/grad ___________________ 375-1473 5-165-2 CHEAP LP'Sl New Releases as low as $2.501 S m s d. no gimmicks. Market researcher far mjor I eaeto sublet 2 bedroomI both pt, i labels needs youl call392-9518 5-19-10-4 Hawaiian Village, Own room $93.33 summerqtr. 3748108 5-165-2chevrolet truck parts 372-7299Doberman Sublease for summer quarter 4 bedroom puppies Mmoiya250MPortrait. 6-6-22-4 townhouse in the village opts. 1t04 rooms FULL WET SUIT .celI like ne 3/8 in available mid June. Call 3726045. 5-16-5-2 neoprene. lined in/t with nylon seams FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted far summer heavily stiched $45 call Bob 392-6996 quarter. furnished Brondywine apt. for 5-15-5-4 mare info. call 373-7047. 5-22-5-2 __Ford Mustang Mach one fastback 1970 Hawaiian Village male roommate summer machincally sound must sell call Joe at share 2 bdrm. 1 bo w/balcony overlooking 377-382after 5 5-15-5-4 pool June free $150/mth. w/fall option 375-3725 5-22-5-2 Tired of paying rent? I hove a small 1 br. 1 bo trailer for sae completely self-consined ROOMMATE WANTED at the vilge opts. only $2,200 Ideal for. single person. lease runs June '80-June '81. call Cindy 373-9762. 5-15-5-4 392-7654. Prefer J. and Sns. 5-22-5-2 Fmole roommate wanted to sublet LIVE CA 4bd/2both opt. far summer. $82.50 + 1/4 ui. own room, pool, tennis June only $40. Villoge 376-5483 5-22-6-2z I or 2 male roommates wanted a sublet 2bd/both apt, far summer. $130 + 1/2 ut. or $70 + 1/3 ut. pool, tennis Gtorwod --4 376-5483 5-22-6-2 x own room availbe starting 6/1 pool, lun* dry and all sports facilities. $82.50 + 1/4 utilities. Call Nancy at 373-9376 5-20-4-2 'ow summer rates 4 people, ent is A Thurs. -Sat. $50/mo. Option for fal at $70/mo. furn. -May-15-17 apt. cse. to cmpus. non-smokers. See John, m French qtr. #100 5-16-3-2 Roommate wanted to sublt room in spous. 3 bdrm. in The ines pt. fr summer. Furnished, Pool, tennis, $200 more info call 378-9904 Neal 5-15-2-2 SUBLET Summer OWN room in 3bdrm/2bth furn. opt many extra $115mth + 1/4 uil. Jun free call Stacey 375-2890 or 373-2113 fall op 5-20-5-2 .MI NIGHT FRID Female roommates wanted; 2 br. furn. opt.$87/mo., Country Gardens, easy walk to MISSS8TS UF, VA; summer or longer lease 375-6052 2 shows far $3.00. SavestubframFri 5-16-3-2 followingSaturdaynightforFEE JUNE RENT FREE own room in beautiful 3 br. opt, pool, laundry etc. female only far summer w/fall option rent $115 mo. 376-9678 Free June Rent Sublet summer qtr. in Village opt. #5 $92.50/mo. m/f call Andy 378.53663 rooms available 5-21-5-2 Roomate needed for house one block from low school. 3 bdrm. very roomy $125 plus utilities call Rob or Dave after 5 pm 375-3391 5-21-5-2 JunecrentfrnetFemale wanted forsumm own room in 28OR., unurn 2 both opt. behind Shands and VA. After 5:30378-6134. 5-29-10.2 WINDMEADOWS female roomate needed rnmWarner Brs A Waer Co for summer-option to sIay-$93/mo + 1/4 util. furnished-June rent free 373-4803 5-21-5-2 Non-smokng female those large ob e home. own room, share othe fclies $150 far summer term + 1/2 utilities $50 dep. 475-1698 5-21-5-2 OWN room + both in large old house share w/2 liberals nice yard quiet area8 blocks fromUF 20/mo. + 1/3 start Jun 377-1075. 5-151-2 Roommate wanted far summer qtr 1 bedroom opt. furnished.$W/o+ 1/2 eexnse. Near libraries. Super clse to campus. 374-4523 5-16-5-2 FORSALE T-Spanish guitar c/case Played by a little old lady on Sundays Looks and sounds like P a r i new Call on.377-7124 5-16-5-4 Microphone and stand, Premier reverb unit, ,e-ampand mi. Was $250 new, seing all far $120 Call Mike 1t377-7124. 5-165-4 for 35 Veers" Mike's msosPipe-Tobam PM t~I' BLE CAST 1305 NW 5th Ave. 372-9109 BLE RADIO AY & SATURDAY:MOM SPqGAL day night and parent it to cashiwr the Admission to onothwrpr Mottion. mmunications Company I Mary Agocs Randall Bodner Kevin M. Coy Gregory Dittmer Bob Filen Dexter Filkins A yGabelan Richard Kovach Susan Pesoa Jeset Phelps There Rush Heidi Shreves Molly Sirkin Peter C. Smith Julie Strandile Joy Tehrani Eileen Weisman <"Prm University of Florida's honorary tutoring society would like to con gadulate its Spring 1980 inductees: Thank You all for helping us provide students with a FREE tutoring service. STS now hcs 760 active members and offers tutoring in over 180 undergraduate courses. Any suaj whe noeds udenic help is invited sfubtip in eroffice. I"9 Tigert. bB ---JLjjLJjmpowso Guitar Anspllfler, Acouetic 135110 rms Very Good Cond. $240.00 392-9150 after 6 pm. 5-205-4 must: twin beds desks recliner, two sofas, campstove, outohorp Peavey amp., acoustic pickup Framus guitar, etc. 377-2094. 5-20-5-4 FISCHER 22w/CH REC + GARRARD TURN. MAKE OFFER. 392-7514. 5-15-1-4 Beagles Beautiful Full Blooded Puppies 6 wks. old Wormed Male and Female $45 call 372-7763 (this ad will run only once.) 5-15-1-4 CATAMARAN 16' for Excellent condition, Trampoline with 5 year warranty, Large inventory $2250 378-9673 Eve. 5-15-5-4 bar and woodgrain borstools custom made for towes good bargain + price. 392-7608. 5-20-3-4 Livingroom and bedroom fruniture at low prices. call donna at 376-9613. Furniture is in good condition. 5-19-3-4 Guitar amp., Gibson ES34TD stereo hollow body, gibson 50 watt amp, wah, wah pedal asking $475 coil 375-1768 5-16-2-4 Queen Size Waterbed with liner, pod, and frarne. Only 9 mos. old. Call Robin at 377-6479. 5-15-2-4 Technics FP/AM stereo receiver SA-200 Turntable System SL-03. Speaker System S B-P 1000 like new. $400 Call 454-3995. double bed with pop-up trundle. wooden head and base boards, good condition $50.00376-86505-16-3-4 AM-FM STereo 8-track (in dash). $8 or best offer. call Jeff. 377-4516 5-16-3-4 DIAMOFSNeed one for that special someone? Investigate our wholesale brokerage service before you buy. For details call Bill Cellon or Jim Dunwody. 376-44085-28-10-4 I I se iAo%^ am F

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ni stlNitrthursdnvmov 15. 1980 FORSALE G E color TV-perfect for dorms Portable size, sharp picture, S170 or best offer. 376-9078 5-14-3-4 8X 38' mobile home private lot I mi. from UF. Quiet shady-clay elec. unfurn. + clean. firm 700 Coll after 6 pm. Don 375-1437. 5-16-5-4 70D newly released lps-just arrived at TOM'S USED GROOVES -1642 W. Univ. ave. (above super skates) S3 to $4 *a. 376-1472. 5-16-5-4 scubopro double tanks epoxy coat shorties with bkpk + yoke $150 underwater movie comero + case bouer x 107 new $500 374-4336 5-15-3-4 ski or fish 14 ft. boot 50 hp Johnson runs excellent compass S8 radio swivel seats gas miser oil the extras too $1200 374-4336 5-19-5-4 mitsvbishi ms-10 speakers. excellent boss + smoothness. 100 + wail. 2 mas. old. Must sacrifice. $290/pr. Bob 376-3192/372-4332. 5-19-5-4 living room furniture, dinnelte, chest of drawers, prices are negotiable. Must sell, no phone, come by after I pm. 501 nw 15th Ove. 012 5-19-5-4 SAE 3000 pre-amp, 15051B.O., 40 channel CB/sb4O, Technics receiver, 2 Morontz speakers $90 together, desperate, must sell 378-1875. 5-19-5-4 HELP ME BRO'S! Large selection of soul music on hand. Must see and sell Nothing over $2 Coll Daryl at 392-9518111 3-16-3-4 AUTOS 1973 Jeep CJ 56 cylinder 17MPG stereo C8 radio, tires like new, lots of extras, runs and looks great $2800 377-1487. 5-19-4-5 1967 Ford Galaxy good trans. roomy Adr. 289 cu. in. 14mpg only $300 newly inspected call Skip 481-3663 early morning or eve. 5-20-5-5 '72 Ambassador Wagon, Full PWR. Good, Roomy Transportation Regular Gas, $500 377-2624 5-21-5-5 1971 Ford Mustang, great condition, 351 Cleveland, a/c, automatic. A very good deal at $1200. Please call 376-2806 Steve. 5-19-2-5 74 Toyota Corolla 4 speed air heater am clean great mpg battery great condition only $1750 call 376-6175 5-19-3-5 1976 Copri 11 2.8 v-6, 22 mpg just inspected $1950, 475-1698. 5-21-s-5 TWILIGHT SHOW AT 5:30 ALL SEATS $2.00 TONIGHT w 135is:3T61$7 I"4 SOUtVAND 7:46 9.50 Nick Nolte Sissy Spacek John Heard Heart%'Bea R 2 Tonight VO 3,*sin ft g 1 2314 soucOvaS 5:30 -7:30 9:40 "A SMALL CIRCUS FRIENDS" WANTED Students., Young & "Hard Luck" Drivers 74 VW Dasher 4-door, air cond., slin ir good condition. 373-7197 after 5 pm, 1978 Honda Accord-hondamafic, air, cruise control, 29,000 tiles, regular gas, gold. $S5700coll 372-6085 5-19-5-5 SERVICES HYPNOSIS helps people atoain goals by aiding any mental + physical ability studying/confidence/athletics. Don Pratt, director 373-3059 4-649-6 RECYCLED BICYCLES we buy and sell all types and repair bicycles in any cond 805 W. university ove. 372-4890 6-6-49-6 SLEEPYHOLLOW Boarding Stables + Riding Acaderty. Dressage huniseot stadium cross country jumps + troill Horses leased by month 375-808 + 466-3224 6-6-49-6 FREE PREGNANCY TEST acall BIRTHRIGHT 377-4947 66-49-6 TYPING Spiral Binding-Xerox copies-Editing 1219W. University Ave. 378-9353 (One Block from Campus) KUSTOM SOUNDS Music and Light Show-the perfect touch to your party. Call 377-4283 forinfooand bookings. 6-6-43-6. Typing-former court reporter, legal, medical, engineering background IBM Selectric, self-correct? will do theses, papers, briefs 378-0929. 5-23-32-6 Stereo Repair by Elec. Eng. with 11 yrs. experience. Our work + our prices couldn't be better SOUNIDIDEAS. 2201 -C NW 13th St. 378-0192 6-649-6 LEARN TO SKYDVE No experience required Student + group rates availale Call Charles at 372-1957 NEED A GOOD PHOTOGRAPHER. Anything from casual portraits to weddings. Reasonable rates., call Rich. 376-4928 SCUBA. DISCOVER A NEW WORLD IN JUST 5 WKS. LECTURES, POOL TRAINING. OPEN WATER DIVES. LATEST EQUIPMENT PROVIDED. PROFESSIONAl INSTRUCTORS. INT. CERT. AND MORE. CLASSES BEGIN MAY 5, MAY 14, MAY 27, OR JINE 9. REGISTER AT FLORIDA'S COMPLETE DIVE CENTER. ALLEN'S AQUATIC 3448 W. UNIV. 373-9237 MON.SAT. 9-8 6-6-31-6 $1.00 per page. Call Linda at 475-1403 or drop off at the Avloport, 1025 North Main Street. 6-6-24-6 The Dissertation Doctor (B.A., English; M.Ed.) is on coll: Typing theses, term papers, other mss. Editing too. Sue Kirkpotrick, 376-1781: Typing--all kinds, fast, accurate, approved by Graduate School. If interested, call Dionne at 392-2870 or Lillie at 472-2197. (Cash only) 6-6-17-6. Millhopper Montessori School now taking enrollment for summer and fall ages 21/2elem. Also summer tutoring. Avoid fall waiting list enroll now for summer. 375-6773. 6-6-22-6 TYPING Experience in legal, medical, technical + graduate work. Fast, accurate, resonoble. References. Debbi 373-6296. typing-fost, accurate, 0c per page double space, $1.50 single space all kinds -resumes, reports etc. call anytime.before 10pm378-5199. 5-165-6 SOLAR-X window tint cuts heat, glare and fading. Adds comfort and privacy to your car, truck, or van. Free estimate 372-2232 5-27-5-6 moving? let me help you with a large van. available to move you evenings and weekends call anytime. leave message Mike 375-8012. 5-20-5-6 Professinol Typist. Exsitilence Guarqnteed Reasonable rates and efficient service. Lois. 377-0528. 5-22-5-6 Go to sleep with Mike ond.Dex. We will let you Cuddle a0teddybear, tuck you in all comfy-cozy, read you a bedtime story, and even kiss you goodnight-for $. Call Mikeat 392-7616ondDexot 392-7618. 5-22-5-6 FREE TUTORING ior most undergeoduote classes is available to all UF students. Signup at the Sigma Tau Sigma office in 129 Tige before 5/30. 3D.011-6 Earn Extra Incomel Free Deotoils, Send stomped envelope to: EAF Distributers 1105 to Call & Check our LOW LOW slartingof AUTO & TRUCK INSURANCE RATES $44 yearly UNIVERSITY INSURANCE 9 Sat. 9 -1 5408 S. W. 13th St. (Beside Brown Derby) 3 7'44." WANTED CASH for GOLD, Sterling. diamonds, jewlery, class rings, coins, dental gold. Will visit your home. 376-5235 Mr. Rittman 0-0-00-0 GOLD AND SILVER Class rings. Jewlery, Gems, Cash or Trade OZZIE 2001 NW 43rd St. 373-9243 6.6-49-7 CLASS RINGS-Top prices paid second wind antiques 375-8733 corner of Main + University we also buy all types of jewlery 6-6-41-7 377-2344 For TOP Market CASH on Silver and Gold items of all kinds. Yesl We buy classrings of all types + sizes 377-2344 5-16-5-7 WANTED, Students interested in Video Cassie Movies, to serve as campus sales representative for organizations. clubs, fraternities and sororities. Must be available for summer and fall terms. Excellent income opportunity. Sign up at Career Resource Center. 5-16-4-7 NEED IMMEDIATE CASH? TOP MONEY PAID FOR CLASS RINGS. CALL 378-9651 ANYTIMEII 5-16-4-7 hLP WANTED EARN $100 A MONTH 2-3 hours a week IN YOUR SPARE TIME. Earn $10 twice a week plus bonuses. Donate plasma GAINESVILLE PLASMA CORP. (since 1969) Now at our new modern location. 516 W. University Ave. 378-9431 Call for appointment THIS AD WORTH $5 EXTRA for new donor onIv. ALUMINUM SCREEN ROOM MECHANIC wanted experienced only must have tools 372-9767 6-6-36-8 Female Wanted, 18 or older as companion for elderly lady in good physical health who works. Will have to run errands in furnished car. Some cooking, housework, etc. Will have to spend most evenings in home. Room and food furnished, laundry, etc. Small salary. Nice home with swimming pool. Call 376-7350 for interview or drop a cordto 1401 N.W. 60th St. 32605. 5-16-5-8 TV CASTING Comedians, musicians, writers, tech. crew if you desire valuable tv exposure/experience coll 377-8459 5-19-5-8 Phase C Med students. Pheresis Assistants needed-observe and leam plasmo and cytopheresis techniques while earning easy $. On-call list of assistants to work with pheresis nurse/techs evenings + weekends is being established Pay $3.50/hr. with $10 min. if called. -Call 392-4611 or 377-6905 for more info. 5-19-5-8 Part time drivers-must have own car. apply in person 1718 W. Univ. after 2 pm. This SUMMER don't settle for minumum wage. Earn $310/week Call 375-0635 for interview. 5-16-2-8 Excellent Sales Opportunity: Large, Prominent, Quality Life Insurance Company with superior Fringe Benefits. (Qualifing, Cnrention Ta Hawaii With Excellent First Year Earning Potential.) A Career You Need To Know About! Call Today 377-7009 or Send Resume to State Manager PO Box 350, Gainesville, Fla. 32602. PERSONAL WEDDING INVITATONS one week delivery. Hundreds of styles, Cliff Hall Printing. 1103 N. Main 376-9951 6-6-49-9 Excess Hair Problems Removed Forever Edmund Dwyer-Registered Electrologist (28 yrs. exp.) Med opp'd methods. Free Analysis and Trial Treatment 372-059 102 NW 2nd Ave. 6-6-49-9 PASSPORT job application resume photos ."READY IN 60 SECONDS"' Media Image Photography505S. Main St. 373-1911 Amelia's Bookstore offers you books by. for and about women, plus t-shirts + albums. 12 NW 8th St. 377-0234 6-6-49-9 Student mini storage compartments 1/4 mile from UF $8 per month. Call AAA Executive Storage 533 SW 2nd Ave., 377-1771 Student mini storage compartments 1/4 mile from UF $8 per month. Call AAA Excutive Storage 377-1771 533 SW 2nd Ave. PARTY with KUSTOM SOUNDS. We play music to beat the band. Light show. Low rates. Call 377-4283 for info. 6-6-43-9 MICROCOMPUTERS Computer System Resources, Inc. in Butler Plaza. Gainesville's Computer Store. Only Auth Apple Dealer. Also Pet. TI. Atari. Kim. North Star. Dec and more. Terminal. Printers. Nerdc Dail-up. Books. Parts. Software. Repair. Classes. Help. Consulting. Home, Business, + School. Tel. 37-MICRO. Soccer Center offers Adidas, Canterbury, Does, Etonic, Golo, Mitre, Pony, Puma, Sol and much more. Butler Plaza Mini Mall 373-0451 5-28-20-9 PHI ETA SIGMA tubing at Ichetucknee i Sot. may 17 all members rsvp at our banquet may 15 or call pres. Frank Greco 376-3196 or Tom G. 378-7566 5-15-7-9 NEED IMMEDIATE CASH?? TOP MONEY PAID FOR CLASS RINGS. CALL 378-9651 AnytimellI KAMIKAZE HEADBANDSRising Sun worn by. daredevil Japanese pilot Run, bike, surf, motorcycle. $5. Divine Wind, Box 30654, Honolulu, Hi., 96820. 5-15-5-9 The Preprofessional Service Organization will accept membership applications for summer and fall until friday, May 16 Hear 0 Israel has an inspirational message for all dial 378-3359 5-16-5-9 Hove people quit whistling at your car? If so, "gemsystems" will guarantee immediate results, call grad student for free estimates + reduced rates 378-3897 If you ore interested in traveling the United States Call Liz 374-8076. 5-16-5-10 IN THE PINES summer qtr. sublet own room $100 per month. non-smoker preferred call randi 373-3751 (female) 5-15-3-9 S$ for records. We buy, sell + trade records at TOM'S USED GROOVES-1642 W. Univ. ave. (above super skates) 376-1472 male 29 seek female for shoring friendship and good times. I have blond hair blue eyes. If interested send info to P.O. Box 12973 Gainesville Fla. 32601 5-20-5-9 GUNSCNE OF 42Ws -466-3340 HARRY EacT GUN DEALER 10% iscuit with this, ad OXPIES-40U From Mon-Fri 7amn -6pmn Sat 7am-Ipm owe mmuim inmin ,~ 01101N vu~w a#=1 7 --km Newwm Jebsuo's 2820MW 13 St. 3-M Park in Roer rate Entrance toLou ST UDEI4TS* 25% OFF All Dry Cleaning Every Thursday T This Rip's Locationo nly.: /204.N-W13th St. / Zeab owis coming back Moet us over a beg isiemtit at i2'.3oL Se-ome a charter adoadnicki -n Amer.join9now. 0and Ovoid the fail rsus.knife ta* f t For info: Moris 379-677. 5-16&9 Tired ft I wo Shavig"d huhhv -mog Apt: Summer qr onbdirn.s. 1 -/oh u sikt ~ June free. Peel only. Coil Randy 35276or SRby Debbie =7-W)M. Pn e are FE I 5-22-5-9 rOrs by onc tutors, ECC LESLAN RIGHM TASK FORCE.(f) mti ownin i rlts May 19-7:30 pm-Sg RetzUin 1oil9les. blons weicomet5-n16-2-9 All lenniis and rocketboll shoes 10-3% off, graham 11o 9 Skils is All top branb .ThruwMnd but only with Students w/id ees mention of this ad at Lloyd Clork's Shop. wi otg mel "nil 1506 W 131hSt372706 No credit card students esk "hsoaloPlease. 5-21-5.91" Travel the great NWILiberal Young person wonted to share coms on ip to Oregon. Leave 6-15. Call 373-2129, Skip 5-21-5-9 Flying to N.Y. ond NotE To ey big brother Mike, I hope you a about oseI/ eca lanoib gret birthday. Whas your fanaythi s 2 c st O n timrs?f Love, yis the tennis player. 5-151-9 32265-93-10 want to se a Zetoa climb a polo. Come to cng okt". k e ne the Chi Phi-Zeto Pole a than Kickoff Party p pepre hats Friday at 4:30 at Chi Phi twenty kegs 75c a cup, all u want. 5SJ5-1.9 Michael-Grab your cousin. I've got tho hot LOST& F1 fudge, who has the rope? Love the Grouch 5-16-1-9 Lost, one pair of case. If found call 395.Dear Tracey, Thank you for thbes yeor of Marlene. 5-19411 my life. HAPPY BRTHDAY Love you bunches, David 5-16-1-9 $20 REWARD GOL CAMPUS WED. 7. call 374 Looking for travel companion to Foundladies watch. #ay 21Wd4 Guatemla. Must be openminded and hall. Call Sue 78-15%btm adventurious, Leave around 6/17 I spook PMand identify. 5-19-5.I Spanish. Call 37487205-22-5-9 dog togs found nesiars.vmt Gaytolk meets Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30 pm. ore on white rope. redodes 1921 nw 2nd ove. call 378400, 373-3261 corolina. To identify y Isnk for mare info. All lesbians and gay men computer lot. 5245-1 welcome 5-21-5-9 Found: long hair GREAT VALUE sublet for the summer 2 of 4 male, very friendly cont bedroom townhouse furnished with all the a home or else. 55 pla extu call Bob or Rob 377-0446 5-21-5-9 Spliff-S9room LI Ultimate teams may 10th Last key to frorigt car (ponso) vicoty furthers/tse Christmas spirit. See you Aners6n hall "REWAR call af N Years-1's, 5's, and 3's of a kind. 5-19-2-Il 5-19-3-9 LOST DOG. Mixed breed, block wsA points, short hair, 75 I, t female shipmates wanted to cruise 373-16495 -19s ,11 bahomas in exchange for light housework -9 and cooking must party call 376-5835 .. 5-16-2-9 HairAffsk Sul Lonely? How about a feathered friendFor Men W onW young gray cockatiels $40 each. 392-7704. UNPM 5-21-5-9 leg $25Now520 EXPERIENCE "practicum in college teaching" EDH 6947 dept 4 crdts NRN 2423 902 N Mo's 1 tutoring lob in Honor council eng. cr. es-isarhmb-E111. FL FeartureC TONIGHT'S LADIES NIGHT 50C drinks & drafts HAPPY HOUR EVERY NIGHT 1.50 pitcher of beer 1 00 Highballs (4-7pm) No COVER FRIEEMOVIES & POPCORN

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Which Rutherfords Diamond Will It Be? Whatever the style, shape of diamond, or color of gold Rutherfords has it. Our diamond experts will gladly help in this most important decision. And your selection will be backed with the finest guarantee in the industry. We've been engaging couples for over 50 years. Come on in and let us show you why for quality and price.nobody can undersell Rutherfords. We guarantee it, Registered Jewelers ( ) Certified Gemologist Member American Gem Society 376-44%314 1N HEGOMIsvuLME *.gtourant & Lounge rCa-i5~.r37-1 IM W. Uo erdty Avese Freeelivery Witlin AVWfrim ?Aurpn O Dr" M-inw Cf "Mr. Ups"Lounge inside Alan's Cubana Presents the Thursday Nite-Weekend Warmup 6 -10pm Live Entertainment 79pm Highballs Only 50c Whiskey Sours, Daiquiris & Collins.75c Draft Beer.40c Mug of Miller & Lowenbrau Dark Heineken Draft Only 75c All Other Drinks & Beer at Our low Happy Hour Prices C'mon Up & Join The Fun at Mr. Ups ALSO serving Pizza, Char Burgers, Subs, Salads & Shish-Kabob 'I. continued from page twenty din. MeLemore, who competed at No. 5 last season and made it to the semifinals, will have to dethrone Vanderbilt's Peter Lamb, winner of the No. 2 singles title the last two years. Hardin, who was defeated by Georgia's John Mangan for the No. 6 title last season, has some stern competition ahead of him. Bill Rogers of Georgia, No. 3 winner in 1978, should be team-captain Hardin's toughest challenge. Golfers continued good tournament if we expect to win," from page twenty said Darr in assessing his team's chances. Venker, Rick Pearson, Mark Calcavecweek. chia, Tony DeLuca, and David Peoples "We just didn't putt well at all in will be hopingto bring home the winners' Athens," said the first-year coach, a UF trophy for UF. All-American golfer in 1968 and 1969. "I think we have as good of a chance as "We need two of our boys In hav a anybody," Venker said. Olympic debate shuts out 4 By Virginia Copeland boycott of the 1980 Olympic Games in Alligator Staff Writer Moscow. As Olympic hopefuls watch their chance "t don't know why everybody is still talkto compete in the 1980 Moscow Summer ing about the Olympics," McKee said at the Olympic Games fizzle to nothing, forums 15-minute forum. "Our fearless leader has scheduled to debate the American boycott put down his firm hand and made the decialso are drying up. sion for us." A Savant-sponsored Speaker's Corner The four-year UF assistant swim coach Wednesday promised a debate to said U.S. athletes should have competed in Gainesville-based distance-runner champion the games and boycotted the opening and Marty Liquori and three other Olympic parclosing ceremonies. ticipants but yielded only Tim McKee, a "Then could we make the Russians explain three-time silver medal Olympic winner. The to everybody why we're not there (at the athletes were schedule to discuss the U.S. opening and closing ceremonies)," he said. Rathskeller Board of Managers is now accepting applications. Apply in Room 305 J. Wayne Reitz Union by 4:30, Thursday, May 15. Rathskeller Managers must attend classes Summer Quarter. I Colin McAlpin will have to upend Georgia's Mangan to take the No. 6 title. MeAlpin competed on Court Three last season and finally is rounding into full shape after missing most of the season with mononucleosis. In doubles, UF stands little chance of reaching the finals. The Gators haven't won an SEC doubles title since 1973 and this year's dues have struggled throughout the season. "The biggest part is being mentally ready," Chafin said. "We'll just have to play our hardest and see what happens." [ Netter.otla~PW~ r oips y -o, 19yr Y~,l

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20, alligator, thursday, may 15, 1980 spo rts SEC playoff rule smothers UPs By Noel Neff Alligator Staff Writer The UF baseball team has wasted a lot of time during the past few days wondering and worrying if it would receive an at-large bid into an NCAA regional tournament. Unknown to the Gators, their future was decided as soon as they lost to Vanderbilt Sunday to become the first team eliminated from the Southeastern Conference tournament at Perry Field. A clause, entered into the SEC manual by league coaches when the playoff format was devised four years ago, states the conference's second-place team is decided solely by the results of the tournament. And only the firstand secondplace teams are eligible for NCAA bids. Since Auburn finished runner-up in the tourney to Vanderbilt, UF cannot be offered a bid because of its fourth-place finish. Thus, the Gators' season is over. Period. "We've never had this situation come up in the tournament before, so the rule has never been tested," said UF coach Jay Bergman, who confirmed the ruling Tuesday with SEC Associate Commissioner C.W. Ingram. "I've known about that rule for about three weeks. "I'm gonna have a lot to do with changing it, I can assure you that. Even the SEC office thought it was poorly worded. It's frustrating for the players, the fans and the coaches.' At the league offices in Birmingham, Ala., SEC Commissioner Boyd McWhorter regretted that Vanderbilt will be theonly conference representative in the NCAAs. "Any system has its good parts and bad parts, but this (rule) is what the coaches and athletic directors decided to do a few years ago," McWhorter said. "That's what our bylaws read. As far as I'm concerned, I wish they'd open up the bidding like basketball for any number of good teams." While Bergman knew Tuesday that UF wasn't allowed a 'it still hasn't hit me that it's over -maybe it will when I go to clean out my locker.' -Ronnie Deans bid, many of his players didn't find out until a team meeting Wednesday afternoon. "I can't figure out why they'd put a rule like that in there," said senior second baseman Ronnie Deans, whose college career has come to an abrupt end. "It just doesn't seem fair. If it weren't for that stupid rule, we'd get a bid. It still hasn't hit me that it's over -maybe it will when I go to The Conference TournamentsDominating trend can'end if netters pull off big upset By Martin Cohen Alligator Writer Over the years, the Southeastern Conference has had a history of being dominated by one team in a sport. Alabama has ruled football, while Kentucky is running out of shelf spate for all its SEC basketball trophies. Tennessee has dominated swimming, winning seven consecutive SEC titles before giving way to UF last year. Prior to 1972, UF had won 15 of 16 SEC swimming championships. Tennis is no exception to this rule. The Georgia Bulldogs are the Bjorn Borg of the SEC, having captured the title eight of the last nine seasons, The 42nd SEC tennis tournament begins today in Oxford, Miss., with Georgia and Tennessee rates as heavy favorites. The UF squad is looking to defy the odds and capture its first title since 1975 when the Gators tied with Georgia. Overall, the Gators have placed first just three times and second onlythree times. "There are some mighty fine teams in the tournament -holy smokes," UF coach M.B. Chafin said. "We've been working hard and we're getting set for the tournament." The Gators were shut out of the individual championships last year and finished tied for fifth. Chap Brown was the last Gator to rule supreme, having won the No. 1-title in 1978. UF's hopes rest mainly on the shoulders of Jim McLemore and No. 4 Steve HarSee'Nett page ninet"M Golfers look to improve fon consistent second places GATOR NETTER STEVE HARDIN SETS TO SERVE faces former No. 3 champion at SEC playoffs By Chuck Mulling Alligator Writer The eighth-ranked UF golf team, awaiting next week's NCAA championships, will find out this weekend if it's the best in the Southeastern Conference when it begins play today in the SEC tournament in Augusta, Ga. The Gators have been bridesmaids the last three years -to Georgia in 1977 and 1978 and to Alabama in last season's rain-plagued tournament in Birmingham, Ala. UF coach John Darr said his team will have to play consistent golf to win this weekend's tourney at the West Lake rick mc wley Country Club. "It's a tough enough course to prevent a lot of low scores. The most important thingwillbe (or u to play consistently," he said. Darr said Georgia and Alabama again will be the teams to beat if the Gators are to be SEC champs for the first time since 1975. UF golfer Pat Venkeagreed. "We've gotta beat Georgia." said the Bloomington, Ill., junior,. who finish tied for sixth in last years conferen playoffs. Darr and UF may have been encourag ed by its play, two weeks ago in the Southern Intercollegiate match in Athens. Ga., when it finished two strokesah the Bulldogs. -5d However, Darr said his team couin have finished higher than seventh Athens had it not been for a bad putting page finel e I m chance at bid clean out my locker. First baseman Tony Stevens is one of seven other (a who has played his last game in a Gator uniform. "I was very surprised -I was sort of let down and pointed," Stevens said. "I wanted to keep Playing with guys. I thought we would really win a bid; butiths n end of the world."t lsot While the Gators' performance in the SEC tours was forgettable, Bergman didn't write off the entire year. "We really had a great season," Bergman said."'Trm ud of the players because they accomplished a lot of gA What we have to do now is prepare for-next year." Stevens, who hit .316 this year, set a season mark with is home runs and now holds UF records (or career homers( and career RBI (125). David Falcone's.365.batting av led UF starters in 1980 and his .673 slugging perce established a new UF mark. Other Gator hitters above .300 were draig McGra (.353), David Banes (.345), Steve Floyd (.358), Steve L* bardozzi (.323), Glenn Carpenter (.319) and Deans (.301 With a .320 team average and 52 home runs this seasonUF broke two other records.