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Friday gator
At Am~ta THE SOUTHEAST'S LEADING COLLEGE DAILY
Vol. 63, No. 89 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday. February 23, 1971
DURING IFAS INQUIRY
rs Call s Vet Funds 'Pipe Dreams'
By RANDY BELLOWS Agricultural Science (IFAS). from the state's general revenue require a regional approach.
AHligator StU"ffWriter Specifically he studied the fund. In comparison, the UF's There's a federal agency called
degree to which IFAS research overall budget, (not including the Cooperative States Research
State Representative Marshall projects directly benefit Florida. money allocated to the J. Hillis Fund that administers federal
Harris, a key figure in the future HARRIS, CHAIRMAN of the Medical Center, GENYSYS and research funds allocated to the
of agricultural and veterinary H o u s e A p p r o p r ai aton s other projects) includes a general states, giving IFAS some
school appropriations, insisted Committee, questioned what he revenue bill of 35,000,000 assurance that fedrall
yesterday that expected federal considered the "dispro- dollars. supported research projects
funds for the proposed UF vet portionate" amount of general Dr. E.T. York, agricultural would not be repeated."
school are just "pipe dreams." revenue funds going to IFAS. provost, said the $18,000,000 HARRIS ALSO informed
Harris arrived in Gainesville The institute receives tab was partially a result of the York of his plans to investigate
Monday for an inquiry into the approximately $18,000,000 large farms and sprawling ruwal possible alternatives to a
Institute of Food and predominantly for research, areas in the state. veterinary school during his
HARRIS' "SHIRT-SLEEVE" two-day stay.
trip through IFAS was primarily "I can't imagine reasonable
to receive an explanatory people saying it isn't reasonable
breakdown of agricultural. to examine alternatives," Harris
research. E.T. YORK JOHN SITES said. He mentioned the expected
IPAS research could range federal support of thevet school
anywhere from the cause of saying, "I haven't seen any
wide-scale death of a certain which had not been researched realistic opportunity for funding type of grass, to an examination adequately, as yet."
of Mexican- tomato crop BUT YORK explained, Harris is against the UF vet
methods. "We've attempted to determine school as presently planned,
"Although not all projects can how relevant our research because he considers the directly relate to the stpte, most programs are." $24,000,000 cost "to be much
research done bi WAS should Meanwhile all outside projects more than we need."
primarily be' for Florida's -according to York are not HE FELT THAT the first benefit,;" Harris said. funded by the state. duty of Dr. Charles E. Corelius,
Harris questioned whether it Harris also questioned several the recently hired dean of the was proper for UF to be regional rather than state new vet school, should be to
researching out-of-state projects, research projects and the steps pare down the cost. when according to Director of taken to guarantee against He qualified a comparison he IFAS research, Dr. John Sites, duplicated research.
There were still Florida projects Sites said, "Some projects just (SEE 'PIPEDREAMS' PAGE 3)
Innocent Towtruck Victims
Need Aid Says UhlfeIder
By MARY ANN WHITLEY spoken to University Police than having their cars towed
ASligater Saff Writer Department (UPt) Chief Audie away, people would first be
Student Body PreSident Steve Shuler and William Ehnore, vice notified that they owed money, Uhlfelder is taking action to aid president for administrative as with any other account. innocent victims of towtrucks affairs, to work out a system by on campus where cars are towed which innocent parking violators Uhlfelder said the problem of away by mistake. may be reimbursed for the transportation on campus is a
T Y LAlthough a person can appeal towing charges. big one, and suggested free or
TERRY WALTERS to the honor court and get cheap parking lots off campus,
... .W charges dropped for an unfair "If people are not able to get bikeways, and more buses to
parking ticket, if his car is towed their money back," Uhlfelder help ease congestion on campus Wat's sweeping do~wi 4u s~teets of the city, blowing away he still has to pay the said, "it gives too much power roadways.
everything around in the brea? Whats lifting skirts, meeing towing fee. to the tower." Uhlfelde d "The school
hair and blowing leaves? Everyone knows It's windy. UHLFELDER SAID he has r~1~1Ih s.a ,Tesho
He said UPD is "going tends to _settle for expediency overboard" with towing. rather than efficiency. We need
- e SHULER SAID a different efficiency."
'p ins Con lic solution to the present parking
.- RT Edilemma "would be fine" if it i
was just as effective. :.
By DAVE ZIEGLER and Electric and all the other it is necessary to provide Shuler said, further explaining
Ampsur Staf writer heavies who turn students on entertainment .in the gym and u ai
tote towing procedures, "Although p &I0 STIATIONS in the i
want control of the audience subject our audience to the twing prcures Ahgh RADi aT S t
The Student Government also. Rock groups want to be inconveniences of the university mitigating circumstances might Gainesville area describ Prodiscti n (SGP)staff says it directly involved, so do the fiuepsegulations," the spokesman be sufficient to drop charges (on their reaction to Saturdayk' liodii t TI ("OP) sta ff itirety heioaid, s aid.o a parking ticket) if a car is false alert ...... page 4...
has detetz d-iif4thi re-a! conllTct ...... ei" hesiaid.- said. parked in a towaway zone, the
at the rock concert Saturday "But because our students Brce Levine, chairman of guilt or innocence on the ticket
night. choose, to discount the SG mentioned, "that at the doesn't affect towing." Clusteds ........... .W..12
"The polioehave to enforce intervering problem of fire sare time we are thankful to Editodals ...................8
fire laws. We of SOP endorse fire regulations, trouble resulted." ave a cee shelter in which Uhlfelder said he is also trying M... gulations because they are IN REGAP. TO the to work out a system for Page of Record ............O
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PAD INITIATION
Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark (left) was the guest speaker at an initiation ceremony of the Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) legal fraternity. Clark is a former PAD national officer and is currently a visiting professor at the UF Law School.
Among the 28 new brothers nitiated was law Professor L.H. Levinson (center). He was the first professor to be chosen under the new PAD program for recognition of ability in the classroom and nnmnce in the legal profulon. Clark commented on Levinson's double jeopardy case c a sfuly argued before the U.& Supreme Court last year
changing a Florida law tht has been on the books for 100 years.
Paul MIer (rlit),. justice of PAD, presidded over the ceremony which included the initiation of three funel law students. The ceremony was held in the lachua County Court House.
ka.
PIPE DREAMS...
to contract with the 18 vet in certain fields, and they FROM PAGE schools in the country for educate Floridians in others.
additional spaces for Florida State boundaries should not be nude, though in apast Algtr pe tdns
made, though in a est Alliator pre-vet students. At present, that important in this respect,"
article, between estimated costs there are a total of 31 positions Harris added.
of educating a student at the available to Florida residents at Harris wil go to Washington, proposed Florida school and Auburn, Ohio, and Tuskeegee. along with UF President Stephen other state vet schools. At the Approimately 200 UF pre-vet C. O'Connell later thi. week to time he estimated it would cost student applications were th fesidlty of the
the state an "astronomical submitted for these positions. Medical cte extension, and $43,000 to educate a single BARRIS AD 'FTED that his federal fding of the vet
student over four years. previous mention of the state of schol t
Dr. George T. Edds, chairman Wisconsin as an over-producer of
of the UF department of vtein was a mistake. Hais who at odds with
veterinary science, had said it "That's what my staff told me. O'Connt over the extension, was-m- e 1 $20-22-00 pe But there a other states with sald,- "Mhee's a bit of a battle student. Harris explained that top schools in which we could shapio up." He will continue his estimate had included capitol work out ang MUtM his talbs with IFAS officials and
bilding costs, spread out over He also said he felt it was "a a graimn-route look at IFAS 25 years. vast mistake" for Florida to research accomplishments
HARRIS DESIE several consider educating all Tuesday.
possible alternatives including professional occupations, "It's kincreag efforts "at attracting like France's attempt at one qualified vets from oter parts time to. remain entirely
of the country." self-suffiant."
"But," he admitted, "that "~I think we should have a
wouldn't help Florida residents woddking relationship with other any." states, like Georgia for instance,
He suggested a further effort in which we educate Geogians .
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better rock entertainment and Traiweys
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to provide entertainment. ebtetalnamnt on your end and 527 W. University
Rained out performances asult we want to provide it. As for Geter 372-6327
In financial loses for SGP, which those students who threw chairs
will lower the quality of the and yelled obscenities t have one
entertainment we can provide." question, 'Where are your heads Advertisers
The state fle mahall at'?"
deternes what procednes will
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Pags 4, The Fiorida AIMgptor, Tuesday, February 23, 1971
RedStiios Dibe Alert Action
By TERRY VENTO throughout the nation, ie correct alert we are supposed to the only radio station that for the word "test."
Alligator Writer added, sign off. I was the newsman on followed the FCC rules to a "T". "Most radio people are
The code for the emergency duty at the time the alert came We went off the air after unfamiliar with this system, as it
was "Hatefulness/Hatefulness", over the UPI wire at about 9:33 receiving the authentic message. has been in effect for such a causing us to believe its validity. a.m. I read the message four "UPI has nothing to do with short period of time. When the The varied reactions of radio Only the President and his times when I realized it was the what we are supposed to do. We message came over the wire
stations to Saturday's national agents can call an alert through real thing. My first reaction was, only take orders from NORAD. Saturday it was quite alert has caused some local NORAD." "It's got to be a mistake." Anyone could have held a gun to frightening. As people began to
controversy about the "Here at WRUF the man on "I went to call the chief the head of the wire operator hear about it, phone calls came
effectiveness of the Emergency duty, after seeing the message, engineer who would shut down and made him send the words in with distraught people
Broadcast System (EBS). egne h ol htdw
Kenneth S mall Diecto of contacted the engineer at our the transmitters when the "Kill" three times. But only the wanting to know what was going
WRUF said, "e ire an EBS transmitter. The transmitter is a telephone rang. It was a woman official code word has any on.
sai he N oal Den blasted, hardened shelter for our wanting to know if it was true, significance. "We had to consider all the
S equipment, he said. he said. "PERSONALLY, I think this possibilities, because if we did go
Authority has sanctioned us to "HE IMMEDIATELY started "I told her I didn't know and was a planned test of the off the air, our listeners would
stay on the air. We are no to change the program from the asked her to hold on. By the efficiency of EBS. It seemed to be scared, and it might cause
supposed to go off." studio to out there. The time I turned back another have failed miserably here in more harm than good. We
"EVERY SATURDAY transmitter is used for no other message had been broadcast Gainesville." thought it could be a mistake
morning we have a routine alert, purpose. I through a Chicago newsman who because it came over the same
'This is'a test'... If it were an "Then a strange thing waited for NORAD's message to WGGG News Editor Rob time as the random test and it
actual alert, all stations without happened. The word "Kill" finish and then bbed the wire Sharkey said, "In the past might have been a sophisticated
EBS would go off the air. came over the wire three times, and sent a message something month the FCC has instituted version of the same.
"But this was the first actual but this was not the proper code like this, "Please disregard the random tests to measure the "All it proves, in my opinion,
alert. The problem has been said for killing the message. We alert message which moved on reactions to the Emergency is that the system doesn't work.
to be a mistake originating in waited for the real code, this circuit a short time ago./ Action Notification system. The There is too much complication Colorado, the headquarters of "impish". before taking any UPR Chicago." problem arose on Saturday when in the stystem. Sometimes one
the North American Air Defense action." "Finally, a terminator was the actual alert was received at has to make the decision to
Command (NORAD)," Small News director Rich de Revere sent ending with "Impish/- the very same time as the usual disobey the authorities and act
said. ofWUWU radio I what Impish". This was a coded test. The random test looks on better judgement," said
lTe wrong code word was fed went on in his news room message that can't be faked." exactly like the real thing except Sharkey.
over the U and AP wires, the Saturday morning.
means for alerting radio stations "WHEN WE RECEIVE the "THEr ONLY time we wereons
off the air was for 30 seconds," MIV ESIT 91'4 MODERN ShOE
he said. IIIiSITY MODERN SHOE
B"A- 1 A different situation took JEWE I S
ke place at WDVH Gary Nelson, Frtmity owory RPAIR SHOPS
News Director said, "We were Now order it 6 days a wek 1620W. UNIV. AVE.
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todngt daily hearings wal be hel this week confouaing SOLES ATTACHED BEELS
cle plates on cain s, acodg to Sudet Go tent15 mins 5 min
(SG) Secretary of Trusportation Jim Gundry.
"We're going to neednew segulmtons (concerning bicycles) if we're
going to get this campus to be a bicycle campus," Gundry said.
"CURRENT REGULATIONS are not being enforced, and there
have been conplakits by the administration," he added.
iterested asdlnts are asked to attendthe meetings and voice thirj
op ons co41 rin0g bike regulations. The SG Transportion Conwnlttee will isten to suggestions today, Thursday and Fridiy in room 357 of the Reitz Union from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The eamittee
meets Wednesday at the same time in room 361 of the Union.
According to Gundry, bicycles are now suppose to follo %te
sane regulations as vehicles on campus andi4bnet. n, ,t i
make i andustanding and enforcement off the ida
instance, in Gaitesvile, bicycles are alwed to side on
eoept.in downtown shopping areas, but tey are not allow
cans sidewalks,Iie said.
In coordination with the committee meetings, QuGnry mentioned
the valrhteer bike day that SG i We dSt
staff age adred to leave their cars home for one day, and to ide bltes,
or walk to campus, if at all feasible.
SG administrative assistant Brad Raffle said of the idea, "People are
relyiag on automobiles so much it would be nice to see what it is like
to hams car-free canmus." 4F
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By JANETOLES speak from a different viewpoint.
Aligetr Staff Wrter In addition to scheduling such discussions,
members of the Women's Caucus have been active recently in researching the women's role in society and have even set up courses along these lines. Irene Gloria Steinem, famed journalist and women's lib Thompson, comprehensive English .teacher and Caucus ~ ~S Pl n upre I speak Ma 15 and 16 in the Union member of the Caucus will be holding a course next "We 're sihl
a Auditorium. Tomorrow at 5 p.m. the Women's quarter on, 'women In Literature," and Hani Van different from the
Caucus (Caucus) of Gainesville will meet in the de Reit of the psychology department will be extreme women's 11b
Fagler Inn in order to. further plan events for the offering a course on the 'sychology of Women" groups. We're more low W omen's twd day symposium on wopne's rights, with all this sunmer. keyed and primarily
W M' uii nrW interested persons uEdto attend. 'WERE SLIGHTLY different from the extreme interested in researching
Consisting primarily of women faculty members women's lib groups," explained Miss Van de Reit. the problems and faculty wives the Caucus held a similar session "We're more low keyed, and primarily interested in improb e an
last year, which was said to be a "phenomenal researching the problem and improving the improving the situation.
success," according to Dr. BettyCosby, assistant vice situation." president for student affairs. Their interest lies in the self-concept area and is
"LAST YEAR, though, we had only limited particularly concerned with the equal' opportunity
student participation commented Dr. Cosby. But aspect. "We're not man-haters," she added. this year we are inviting all students to takepart in The Caucus also extends individual counseling to the program and are urging them to express their encourage women in pursuing jobs that are typically individual viewpoints." geared toward men, 'if they're interest lies in these
Local people connected with the women's rights fields." movement will also be on hand to head small The two-day session featuring Miss Steinem is'
discussion groups and Miss Steinem is expected to open to women from all over the state and students be accompanied by two black women, who will will be admitted free of charge.
Hints From A UF
Version Of Heloise
By MARCIA Your wallet can tell .the
differ ce.. much cheaper!
Use nail, polish remover to
If you don't need help take off adhesive tape or
stretching your student budget bandaid -aks. Use the remover as far as possible, just skip this with a doth or cotton to remove column. To those of you who stickers or decals from your car
remain, let me introduce myself. windows or bumpers.
I'm the poor student's Heloise, a partial answer to a recent plea in The Alligator for a column offering practical information on surviving financially while going
to school.
I'll try to offer you tips on
cheap cooking, easy sewing, convenient minor decorating and economy entertainment. Note the adjectives --cheap, easy,
convenient, economy add !R
simple to the list.
Round-trip DC-8 JET
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student wife for almost nine
years. We've survived, so I hope '.~l~~ ,
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don't claim to be able to,
solve all your problm, jus pass n '"oam Nora' lnmr' a .. 40 o t .t
.on sont hints that have weAe
you'll know what to avoid."-- VO bnUVI =65fl"
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Lj For Tickets And Towing For College Students
The University Police Department (UPD) says A warrant will be authorized for the owner, all WASHINGTON (UPI) President Nixon urged Congress again
it will continue to follow University rules and fines will double at once, and the car will not be Monday to provide financial aid for about one million more needy
regulations and tow and hold any automobile released until the fines and towing charges are college students next fall under a $1.9 billion program that would
with three or more unpaid parking or traffic paid. early double federal spending on higher education.
citations. Towing may run as high as $25. The President renewed his appeal in a special message to the House
"This includes tickets for parking, ecals and "Those with outstanding citations can save and Senate, which refused to act on similar legislation he proposed
other offenses prohibited by the UF rules and themselves a lot 6f time, trouble and money if last year. Opponents claimed it would discriminate against students
regulations," said Officer EH. Stevens. they will take care of outstanding citations from middle-incoe families at a time when costs were rising at
. UPD officers are searching for the wanted tags before we have to confiscate the car," Stevens almost every school.
and will impound an automobile when located, said. -IN AN APPARENT response to those objections, Nixon saidhe still
A felt that "no qualified student who wants to go to college should be 1 1 barred for lack of money." His proposal, he insisted, merely "would 1A382 2030620 723667 107407 1111334 11 W12108 32Ar182
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Computer Empers 79 M.etFeb 26-27
By JANE CATO According to Dr. Julius T. were designed on a theoretical architecture. Austrian leader in programming
Alligutor Stuff Writer Tou, director of the UF Center basis. Scheduled speakers for the languages.
for Informatics Research and However, the design of more three-day conference include Dr. The Symposium will begin
Computer experts from the chairman of the symposium, this Maurice V. Wilkes of Cambridge Feb. 25, at 8 a.m. in Reitz
United States and several foreign is th first conference of its kind powerful and versatile computer Uri le Bridg Fb t 8 init
countries will convene at UF with th e main purposence of systems of the futUre and the University a leading British Union, with registration and an
countries will convene at UP wth the system ofros of theoit futur andutrs thepniggdm
Feb. 25-27, for the Association exploring the fundamentals and development of the necessary authority on computers and opening address by Dr. Harold
taine plains fata s n equipment for efficient Robert S. Barton of the Hanson, Dean of UF'Graduate
for Computer Machinery applications of data structures in Univerty of Utah, a foremost Shool.
Symposium. programming languages. utilization of present as well as Univerty of Utah, a foremost School.
programmingiscnguages.future computers necessitate a American computer architect. Interested persons can register
be tc er sstes n d Scheduled for presentation at thorough understanding of data ALSO INCLUDED is Dr. Kurt for the conference in Larson
structures in programming the meeting are 24 papers structures and machine Walk of IBM-Vienna, an Hall, room 339.
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structure models, programming
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Pagp 8, Tihe Fle ANiptor, Tuesday, February 23,1971
The Sam Pepper Phyllis Gallub
decent provision for the poor is the true Florida Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor
test of civilization. A ligator
Alligator
-Samuel Johnson
The future is not a Jeff Klinkenberg Ken McKinnon .
gift: it is an achievement Associate Editor News Editor
EDITORIAL
Men Aren't Rats
"When you put rats in a box, and jam them together, Tp -0' v r
they fight so do people."
Jack Sandstrom made this statement three weeks ago, soon after 17-year-old Cloyce Bradley Cook was found dead in his Dade County jail cell, garroted with a rope and knotted towel and thrown on the concrete floor between two urine-stained toilets. There were 19 men in the 36 by 18 feet cell. Apparently, there was one too many. Sandstrom knows what he is talking about when he speaks about the Dade County jail. He is in charge of watching the rats in the box. He is the chief of the jail.
Judge Paul Baker of Miami called the place a "snakepit." He pointed out the terribly overcrowded conditions and threatened to start freeing prisoners unless they could be. .
brought to trial a bit faster. ot i
Dade County's jail problems are not unique. In fact, we sE
would say they are the rule. Overcrowding along with rehabilitating is probably the biggest problem of penal reform today. O
The same problem exists in Alachua County. At the time
William Baugher was found hanging in his cell last *L
September, the jail contained 115 prisoners. It was constructed to accommodate 92.
The most obvious solution to the problem of overcrowding is to build more jails. But this is not practical. Not many legislators are going to buy it. And, why should they, when their constituents do not support better
educational facilities for their children, much less support .
better jails?
Securing more jails is going to be a bitter and painstaking process. It is going to take a while. So what can be done in the meantime?
We must agree with DadeCounty public defender, Phillip L FLUTED COLUMNS
Hubbart, who believes bail reform is the answer.
Most of the overcrowding stems from antiquated bail bond laws. By reducing the number of prisoners, bail reform should help to ease much of the tension present in the jails A re Y ou There
and head off some of the crime that takes place in'the jail itself.
Hubbart calls the present bail system a "subterfuge to
hold people." He calls for a halt to the money bail system. By JOHN PARKER
We believe the man is right.
We would speculate that the majority of jail inmates are Hey, uh excuse me. I Wrote a piece on abortion last
poor, do not know anyone of influence in the community Yes, you. If you have a week:
and are black. "Ytotloyou. "o don't know me but I
Maybe you think this is easy, }' feel like you aremy friend. You
The money bail system discriminates against the poor. A doing this every day. Well, it have done more for me today
ghetto resident jailed for drunken driving stays there really is, sometimes, I guess. than anyone else has in the last
because he cannot come up with the bail money; a sos monse
businessman charged with the same offense goes free after AND OTHER times it's real ,i months.
an hour or two of inconvenience, hell. mon's I had an abortion three
A recognizance program would stop much of the One occupational hazard of "/ont t wa t eyt
splitting yourself open every dohtiwatebethngo
discriminatory practices and just as importantly, reduce the sing yof pe ee ry do... "
population of our jails substantially. single day of the week is that. I am sick of being
populion o d sutatall sometimes some of yourself has called a murderer. I
Prisoners Who do not pose a threat to society would be just got to seep onto the page. ,%. the best for the bi" te
released on their own recognizance. The burden of proof That can be both good and bad. best fo
would be on the state to show what persons did constitute a But the times when it's hard, I born.Istl do.
threat. want tO tell you about that. "Hey, I just wanted to tell over listning to the condemin
What makes, it hard is that I you that you are partofmyday. vscenow..." .,can't see you during those times. Really. You and a cup of coffee It is signed "A Girl Who Had
Ita'F do reach out for you but you at the Krystal. Hey, really." To Choose."
a n't materialize You have no So you see, sometimes I know Well, now just excuse me a
Se,n so you cant smile. Or it works. I can see you on minute while I put-an elbow on
frown the other side of this blank stiff my typewriter and breath a little
SOMETIMES THAT lasts for c p And that makes it sigh.
days. That makes it real much easier. Makes it fun. I know you're out there again,
drudgery And then, once in a great breathing, and that can do some
- But then the other times, while, a magic moment comes very nice things.
that's what I really want to tell ongarealblocbuster.Ate Thanks.
I ], ~you aboat.,,,,,,
Thaothemscj; Alligator Staff
, '"'down and rap (did you hear that Martha, he's really getting hop) Je drusik John Pasler
with you. Those are the tines Assignment Editor Editorial Assistant
that I know that you are sittdit Steve Strang.
in first peoel alas teeyj Wire Editor
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GUEST COLUMN _Tuaf, Febiu 23, 1971, The Flkqo A*Ipd, lo
Steve's Answer:
An Answer
By KEN MEGILL
Amt. Prof. of Philophy
Despite the fact that the
administration has just
announced a freeze on hiring
and a cut in many parts ofthe
current budget, every faculty
member has recently received a
twenty page xeroxed copy of a
statement by President
O'Connell replying to the AAUP
investigation which concluded
that academic freedom is lacking
at the University of Florida.
Despite the fact that O'Connell's
statement is nearly unreadable,
it is important for the university
community to be aware of
O'Connell's total rejection of the
rather obvious findings by the KEN MEGILL
conservative AAUP committee.
As I understand O'Connell's arguments, he seems to say that:
* Marshall Jones was not denied academic freedom since he was
fired, riot because of his views, butbecause Reitz disagreed "with Dr. ... and then I said 'well, if you think you can replace a Tigert secretary so easy why Jones in his relationships to students." (p.13) O'Connell quotes Reitz don't you just...'" as saying "it was not his advocacy of certain principles as it was his
actions." (p.12)
e Jones and his friends stirred "emotions and passions" by a
publicity campaign which made "the consideration of this matter with
objectivity and clarity most difficult within the university
community." (p.19) READERS FORUM
e The administration was not given due process by the AAUP.
ALL OF these points are thoroughly answered by the AAUP
report, which O'Connell did not see fit to xerox and distribute to the
faculty. Nevertheless, some short response might be in order. Fraction a friend of the Dean's, whether have been stolen and we would
Starting with the first point, we might merely note that O'Connell or not he receives a high-income have paid our fines and
is now claiming that Jones was fired, not for what he said, but for pension, if he qualifies for the successfully registered without
what he did. It seems, according to the O'Connell and Reitz doctrine EDITOR: assistantahips he holds, by the anyone knowing the difference.
that a teacher can say anything, but he does not have the right to do same standards all UF students It seems as if the system should
what he believes. According to O'Connell it seems that a teacher An open letter to Dean are awarded assistantships by, he have to be a little less cannot really mean what he or she says. Hennessey; has broken no ethic oode. ridiculously lousy than this to
In the AAUP report the fimt point is dealt with at some length and I heartily endorse Mr. To criticize one man's have legitimacy ascribed to it, it appears that Reitz's main objection to Jones was that he corrupted Olander's suggestion that you benefits from an illogical system but $1 is less than $8 and they the son and daughter of one of Reitz's close friends, as evidenced by look into the possibility of of awarding assistantships is are going to put that sticker on the fact that the son went into the Peace Corps (to Africa, no less) awarding an Assistantship to foolish. He is a result, not a your bike one way or the other, and the daughter married a "Negro." To anyone who has been Howard Hughes. cause. But if this case could be so you might as well save the
involved in teaching, it seems that the main charge against Jones is It seems to me that any time used as an example- of the bread. that he had a profound effect on students, not only in what they said, that the University of Florida problem and as a stepping-stone This has been a public service but in what they did. A real compliment, I would think, but for has an opportunity to hire a to change of the system, then announcement at the expense O'Connell, Reitz and Conner this seems to be sufficient ground for competent employe for a mere criticism of Gen. Kinzer and of... dismissal, fraction of what his services Dean Hennessey may serve a
O'CONNELL STATES many times that Jones and his friends should cost, it should not purpose. HOWARD SKILLINGTON
caused trouble by publicizing the grounds for the firing. He is hesitate to do so. SALLY KLINE
referring to a packet sent out by ten faculty members from ten DOUG OLANDER
different departments which included a supposedly confidential JOHN C. ENGLEHARDTlLW T e R~
document drafted by Vice-President Conner giving the reasons why7 'v l -S
Jones was fired. In addition, a re-print of the article which Conner"-Re t ,-rospect y lss B w r
cited as the basis for the firing was sent out and the faculty was askedEDTREIO: to support Jones.EDTREIO:
The general appeal to the faculty was taken after every possible EDITOR: Bike-riders beware. The
"channel" had been gone through (although O'Connell later found a Hogtown Police Department is After having seen the display
Senate committee which had no power to conclude that Jones In a recent note in the "cracking down" on those of us of photographs and a raft used
was not denied acdemic freedom by a vote of 3-2). O'Connell seems Alligator I implied that Howard who have not seen fit to register by Cuban refugees, I wrote the to be objecting strongly to the faculty having the information Hughes would be able to get an our vehicles with the local fire following description of my available to the administration. Those of us who signed the original assistantship if he began station. Since the fmne for impressions. letter were all certain, even then, that the action taken by Reitz and graduate work here. In bicycle violations has been raised It has the harsh colors of O'Connell would eventually bring down censure on the university by retrospect, I'd like to clarify my from the previously-announced reality. Five leaking, black the AAUP, but there seemed to be little point in waiting two and a satirical intentions. $4 to $7 (gee, all of them college rubber inner tubes held together
half years to get a report before the faculty took some action itself. I was taking a jab at Gen. s t u d e n t s @ s e v e n by strips of canvas. The roughly
THE FINAL, and perhaps the strongest point made by O'Connell, Kinzer and Dean Hennessey only dollars-a-head'...) and it is cut boards of rubber and paddles is that the administration (he always Calls it the university as if the in their roles as parts of an "necessr" '1o issue a -ticket and a lone straw hat speak more two were identical) was not given due process. This is an ironic charge irrational system of awarding rather than to simply see to it mneaningfulily of freedom than all from a man who has been accused by an AAUP committee, which has assistantships. It is this system that the offender trucks down to the speeches and all the never had a reputation of being hasty, of violating academic freedom that I was really making fun of. the fire station and pays his promises. There are the accounts of two fact members (Jones and Lambom). What O'Connell seems It is unfortunate but tie that dollar for a yellow sticker, it of perilous drifting, the to mean is'that the committee did not decide in his favor, many if not most universities would appear that the ostensible photographs of abandoned
Jones hat been fired. Lambom has been fired. The administration award assistantships without purpose of getting people to escape boats and joyous has made it clear that it rejects the findings of one of the most consideration of financial need;. register their bikes has been reunions, buit it's hard to relate. consexvative grup of professors in the country. Wiftin the past few only qualifications are taken subordinated to that of Why are average men compelled months, O'Connell has fired Bob Canney, with no process at all, due into account. In this aspect, at municiple fund raising, to leave the security of home or otherwise.o In +addition, he is now asking for a faculty code of least, UF is no worse than most In any case, Rod Steiger and family on a craft too fragile ethics, which would complement the infamous student code of large universities, himself arrested us Wednesday to float one, let alone six, across
conduct and would provide a "legal" basis to fire those whom he does However, I am hardly morning and he doesn't fool a hundre miles of open,
not lie condoning thi procedure of around. Of course, he neglected unpredictable sa?
It is clear, at least to one friend of Jones and Lamborn, that the granting assisthis. it+ seems to check the, serial numbers on +-Thor. at few more powerful only way to stop the continual departure of some of our best and obvious thtL Qandidates of our bikes when he Isue the expreu*lns of what freedom is mos)t creative tcers~ is to have a strong local organization which can siia fltaon .hu tickets. Furthermore, the shabby, ridlemlow, noble
barPI t emnsrtion, in order to seta contract which will then be co4* d by +financial iren~iin did not reqire poof of raft.
pm'd +!m u+mtuiil~y gele to the faculty and need. But it*) Eikl thst o0wnersip of us .whn we I thank thoe who have shared 'g
guha pro,$ iludn bnin rbtato UF, the edcatoul tuf oft registered our bikes that a very personal gut feeling +of i !
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Notices for Page of Record must be P a getsfoopco rth-Uivrst
sent to: Betty oome. Division of community. Private meeting
by 3e pIm FrdaoFrdameauieisP aey.ecr
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the Division of Information Services and the Public Functions Office. or to Public Functions Office,
G-72 Union.
FRINGE BENEFITS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS SUMMER SWIM PROGRAM
BOARD MEETING
Dr. J.D. Butterworth, chairman The University of Florida Golf
of the subcommittee on internal The Board of Student Club pool will be open April stf p e so n n e
faculty and staff benefits of the Publications will meet Tuesday, 30-Sept. 12. The pool hours will faculty committee on salaries Feb. 23, at 3:30 p.m. in Room be from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily and fringe benefits, has made the 331, Reitz Union. except'Sunday when it will be
following announcement: open froM 1-7 pm. There is no
In order to consider a possible recreational swimming before 1
new "fringe benefits" program p.m. Monday though Thursday
for faculty and 'staff, two SENATE AGENDA due to class instructions.
meetings were scheduled. (One The swimming lesson program
held Monday, Feb. 22, could not The University Senate will meet will be divided into three SICK LEAVE
make the "Page of Record.") Thursday, Feb. 25, at 3:30 p.m. sessions for instructional
The next meeting is Friday, in McCarty Auditorium. The purposes. The first session, May 0. Can my supervisor require a statement from my doctor before
Feb. 26, at 1:30 p.m. in Room following items are on the 3-June 17 is for adults and approving my sick leave?
116, Matherly Hall. At least agenda: / pre-school children. Session two, A. Yes. A supervisor has the right to request such a statement. This is
three companies have been from June 21 through July 22, a requirement in University and state regulations. It is designed as a
invited to present their programs 1. Proposal for establishing will enroll, school age children protection for the University and its employees. Your supervisor may for mass merchandising of the rank of "Distinguished only. Session three, July 26 require a statement from your doctor at any time he determines it is
automobile and/or homeowners University Professor" through Aug. 27, is open to all in the best interests of all concerned.
insurance. 2. Proposal for baccalaureate members.
These presentations are for degree programs with a major in Those persons eligible to swim HOLIDAYS
the information of the computer and information must be bona fide University
committee and other interested science and formation of a new full-time students, faculty, staff 0. I had to work on a holiday. Do I lose that holiday for this year?
persons. I contemplate that, if department to accommodate spouses and children. A. No, you never lose holiday time. If you are required to work on a
the committee believes these these new programs Membership applications are holiday, you are entitled to eight hours (if you are a full time
programs would be of yalue to being accepted on a first employee) of compensatory leave time which you may take at a later
University faculty and staff, we come-first served basis. Fees will date. You should check with the person in your department who is
would then call for proposal include swim lesons, but not responsible for keeping the leave records to make sure your record has
from all Interested companies, Information Items golf privileges. Checks for been credited with this time.
such as was done several years $57.20 for family membership
ago when the tax-sheltered 1. Letters from President should be made payable to the ANNIVERSARY DATES
annuity program was initiated. Stephen C. O'Connell University Athletic Association
2. Annual report of the with "swim fees" Indicated. 0. My anniversary month is May. I will be going on leave of absence
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY University Curriculum Payments should be mailed to without pay during all of February and March. Does this change my
Committee university of Florida Golf Club, anniversary month?
PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS 3. Annual report of' the P.O. Box 14106 University A. Yes. Your anniversary month must be advanced by the amount of
Research Council Station, Gainewille or brought time you are on leawe. For salary increase purposes, it would be set at
All sophomores must complete 4. Annual report of the to the Pro Shop at the golf the beginning of the nearest pay period. In this case, your new
departmental application Committee on Academic course, anniversary month will be July.
procedures by March 15. This Regulations
includes the student information 5. Annual report of the
form, course list and two regular Uqiversity of Florida Press
interviews. Students should 6. Annual report of the contact the Occupational Committee on Student Petitions Therapy Department if they 7. Annual report of th
have any questions. Student Fn cil Aid
Committee
Any student who worked for the Future Action Item .
Board of Student PublicationsA
during 1970 and who has not 1. Proposed Constitutional~ '1 7
received W-2 Form should amendments affecting Senate
contact the Business Office, membership I
Board of Student Publications, J
Room 330, Reitz Union.
TEACHING EVALUATION LTNCLOUU
COMMITTEE MEETING Dr. Harry Bernstein, Cit
University of New York, will b
The next meeting of the guest speaer at the Lati e {oen~~
University Committee on Amerlcan;,Colloqulum Thursday IS CIt l
~Teaching Evaluation ,will be Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. in th
. Monday, March 1, at 3.:30 p.m. colloqukzun room In the east
Sin Room 150D, Reitz union. room of Library East.
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By CARL CRAWFORD he came to Gainesville from courses his department. mysteries and adventures, good business, according to
AifitM, Festum Editor Cuba, where he was a lawyet. "There are 17,000 titles The books are divided into Mesa.
MESA WORKED at the represented in these shelves, subjects. The biggest section is
Danile Mesa, paperback Florida Book Store for five 2,000 of which are popular history and political science. "I think the young people
supervisor for the Campus Shop years, then began working at the books, the rest dealing with here are looking for changes or a
fn oo sore a p Sh op then bega wokngb o s, temelng wt "I consider that. my best n e y o loo igf. Ichanke they
and Bookstore at the UF, is campus store where he was made subjects taught here at the section too, because I'm new way of life. I think they
proud of the new Latin paperback supervisor, university," Mesa said. se look for these in religion and
American paperback section he interested in history and philosophy arid I think this is
established for the store. Pointing at the nine rows of MESA SAID HE has 23,000 political science as a lawyer," good," said Mesa.,
paperback books, Mesa said he paperbacks on file in his office, Mesa said. Mesa has been a Gainesville does not consider paperbacks 5 per cent of which are popular The bg interest in religion
resident for eight years. In 1963, that are required reading for UF books, which he calls fiction, HISTORY AND political and philosophy began a year ago science are also his biggest sellers, Mesa estimates,- and the, biggest
according to Mesa. sellers deal with Far and Near
Mesa said most people think East religious cults.
UF Linguistic Symposium buMesasai at pe ininkfpodo sth aimrc
the bookstore does most of its THE SECTION MESA is most
business at the. beginning of proud of is- the Latin America r
quarters when students are section.
buying books for their classes, or The biggest sellers in the Latin
rs T o e t e r at quarter's end when students American section, deal with the
9are selling back used books and life of Che Guevera. Mesa says
buying books for the upcoming he does not agree with the
By DEE DEE ESPOSITO "The exchange of ideas that took place created a quarter. thinking of Che, but stocks
Afliuor Wrtsr spirit of solidarity and comradeship," Dr. Jean "his isn't true. The books on him because they are
Casagrande, assistant professor of Romance bookstore, especially the good sellers. International scholars in linguistics came together Languages and co-organizer of the symposium, said. paperback department, does
Feb. 17-20 at UF in the first Linguistic Symposium Dr. Bohdan Saciuk, assistant professor of Spanish more business in between the The biggest sellers among
The conference, whivh was the first of its kind, and Portuguese Linguistics, joined Casagrande 10 start and end of quarters, popular books for the last six dealt with the study of the Romance languages months ago in organizing the symposium. because instructors are months, according to Mesa are
(French, Italian, Portuguese, Rumanian and SACIUK AND Casagrande said they consider the recommending books students "LOW Story, 1Selling of a
Spanish) within the modem theory of generative conference a success. "Many universities have can read, and students buy Pre sident, 1968" and
grammar. expressed interest in having future meetings of this them," Mesa said. Andromeda Strain."
THIS THEORY, which was developed 13 years sort," Saciuk said, "The important thing is to keep MESA ESTIMATES 95 per "MY WIFE SAYS "Love
ago, is today one of the leading theories of the newly created group in touch; able to have cent of all paperback sold are Story".is a good book because it linguistics in the. world, meaningful interaction and a regular exchange of recommended instructors, tells the story of two different
Eight of the best known scholars in the field of ideas." cultures overcoming their
linguistics presented papers at the conference. Another result of the symposium is the The section Mesa dislikes backgrounds for love," Mesa
Fourteen additional, pApers were presented by soon-to-be-released publication of the proceedings, most is a section called said. professors from all over the world. "Generative Studies in Romance Languages." astrology, palmistry, and
The 21 papers read were topically organized into "The publication will make the papers and ideas prophecy. ,The books on the shelves are seven sessions._- Three complementary or shared here available to linguists throughout the "I don't like this thing of not te nl b o ep can inter-related readings were' followed by verbal world," Saciuk said. buy. We will order any
exchange among the authors and open discussion 'Those who began the conference knowing each people trying to read the stars, paperback the people show an with the 100 participants attending. other only through their works ended up knowing but they sell so I put them in," interest in," Mesa said.
said Mesa.
UF GRADUATE students and professors joined each other personally," Casagrande said, "The Mesa keeps a file of 23,000
linguists from France, Spain, Mexico, Nicaragua and symposium has created a kinship among linguists THE RELIGION and paperback selections in his Canada at the meetings. which I think will continue." philosophy section also does office.
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Fender Mustang guitar with case and Portable elec refrig, perfect VESPA motorscooter-cheap Female Roomate Wanted To Share 2 Female to sublet room at La Mancha.
Silvertone amp- $100 or trade for condition, less than year old. ideal transportation-includes helmet-only Bedroom Apt. Air-Cond. Heat Pool, $70 includes everything. Call Jan at
decent 35mm camera. Call 372-4997 for student, camper, office. $40 cash $75-call 373-1500 after 5pm. Lauodry $40 mo. + 11 utilities Call 372-8700. (C-5t-85-p)
or see at 324 La Bonne Vie call 372-8483 mornings. (A-3t-89-p) (A-5t-89-p) 372-7815 (B-5t-85-p)
(A-5t-89-p) -Female roommate: Spring quarter
OCEANSIDE javelin II 7 ft. east SUPER SALE Blank 8-track tapes Female roommate for spring quarter away from the noise of campus. A/c, Volksbus for 400.00 or best offer coast speed 'shape with fins unlimited 6 for 9.95 MUNTZ STEREO 319 NW to share room in 3 bedroom apt. $47 central heating, big kitchen, 43.75 +
call 373-1243 or come by 1015 SW flexible fin. no dings. $100 or offer. 13 St. (A-30t-88-p) per month la bonne vie apts. 1/4 itil call 373-3706 (C-5t-86*p)
7th Ave. (A-5t-85.p) call 392-7280 (A-4t-89-p) 378-5812 (B-5t-85-p)
TENNIS! new and used rackets for Female roomate for Village Park
Stereo for sale $25.00 Call sale RACKETS RESTRUNG lessons Sublet rooms 2 blocks from campus No.55 spring & summer qtr. move in
372-8457. (A-lt-89-p) too! CALL BOB JACKSON kitchen privieges central A/C heat any time. pool air etc. 378-8668
378-7841 (A-5t-88-p) 1304 NW 1-5 th street 373-4303 or $42,50 + util. (C-5t-86-p)
Vacuum-cleaner, steamriron, ironing 378-8122 60*month includes utilit.
table-like new! Offers? Call wk. day Yamaha 180cc good condition call (B-5t-9-p) Female roommate: Spring quarter in
NOW 392-1365-Val Adderley. Or evening 378-9664 evenings If you want a 2 bedroom Landmark apt No. 167
00505 NW 14 Av. (A-3t-89-p) Mobile home 2 bedrm. 12x53 air + March rent is free. Please call
-AT: 1:44W :40505 NW 14 Av. (A-3t89-p) good dependable cycle this is it! heat call 373-3002 evenIngs 378-6592 after 4pm (C-5t-86-p)
r 6114 DI (-4t-e8-P)
PTODUI 1969 Honda 350 includes, helment, (A(B-2t-89-p)
windshield and luggage rack. New 1968 Honda S90 Only 1500 ml. Need one male roommate for spring
rear tire. Excellent bike rfoer e road and GodC o H l & Cr Room in four br house with phone. quarter in the Place. Rent $75
rear tire. Excellent bikReb fO3780105road and Good Condition Helmet & Car Racks use of house, kitchen, available including utils. Call 373-3519 at around town. Call Reb 378-0105 c. $175 or Best Offer. 373-3484 immediately or by March 1. $50. per anytime. (C-St-86-p)
(A-2t-89-p) anyime (C-3t-88-p)
eve. (A-3t-p) month, ask for Jim 373-2818
LOTUS EUROPA S2 1969 red with (B-3t-88-p) One male roommate for Sptng
all the extras must see to appreciate Drum Set, Almost New. Blue QA
Foreign student going home 4023 SW Sparkle. Bass, Snare, torn, floor tom, Need 1 female roommate for spring Quarter French uarter Apt. 88,
'~'~' 34 St or call 376-0476 (A-3t-90-p) hi-hat and rider cymbals. Sacrifice at quarter. Landmark Apt. 136 $47.50 $45/mo. plus V utilities. Call
$140. 1314 2 NW 1st Ave. plus utilities. Call 373-1487 384784afterpm(C5t85p)
Panasonic 4 track reel to reel tape (A-3t-88-p) (B-4t-87-p)
recorder & speakers plus 11 tapes, .2 female roommates to share 2 bdrm.
$100 see Steve at apt. 110 colonial Sublet efficiency PAD 80 mo plus Gatortown apt. with 2 girls $47.50
$10 eeStv a at.10 olnil Students DON'T BE FOOLEDI We per mo. + 1/4 util. alMcel
N= manor apts. 1216 SW 2nd Ave. no utilities next to campus 1829 NW per or 3 t Ca M e
phone (A-5t-89-p) 6S 2nguaratee the lowest prices New 2nd Ave. number 14 avail Feb. 27 3734304 or 376-9647 (C-10t*84-p)
phon __________ walnut finished student desk, now CALL 378-8181 (B-3t-87-p)
Electronics Experimenters!! All kinds $27.50, bookcase with glass doors Female roommate for spring qtr la
of state of the art solid state devices $19.50, 2 drawer files $19.50, Used Roommate Wanted for Apt. Luxury bonne vie townhouse $54 mo. + / and accessories available d at* solid oak swivil chairs with castors Living at a reasonable price, utilities 372-1987 (C-St-87-p) Technical Accessoriesstance Unlimited 717 $19.95 J R OFFICE FURNITURE 378-9947 (B-5t-88-p) Technical Assistance Unlimited 717 620 S. MAIN STREET 376-1146 ..*,;...--..-..;.-....... .......-...........
NW First St. 376-0624 (A-t-89-p) (A-15t-84-p) Sublet furnished 1 bedroom (twin
Largest athletic shoe selection In beds) apartment; air conditioned, gas HE LAP W A NTED
area. Adidas, Converse, Spalding, TV Zenith 17" b&w portable with heat, patio. $130 mo. Immediate ..:. Sportcraft, Saucony. Men's-ladle's. B stand $95 Sony Stereo Turntable occupancy. 376-8626 1918 SW 14th & B SPORTS CENTER 5320 N.W. Amplifier and speakers $150 both Terrace (B-10t-80-p) Red Raider camps Interviews for
13th ST. 378-1461 (A-5t-89-p) only one year old. Mons bicycle $20 summer counselors, March 1, Teitz
Boston Rocker $18 Phone 378-8401 Sublet one bedroom apt avail March union, G22, 2:00 p.m. (E-St-89p) SPOTS before your eyes on your (A-St-86-p) 14 call before 2 or after 5:00
new carpet remove them with Blue 373-2889 (B4t-89-p) Listeners wanted again Will pay
Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Love for sale. Smith bassett, very $2.00 for one hour session. Must be
Electric upholstery shampooer now affectionate. All grooming supplies --'... native English seklng nd have
available. Lowry Furniture Co. Included. AKC registered. Please call WA NTED normal hearing. Please call LeVan
(A-tf-c) 378-0556 (A-St-86-p) ... ..... -....... .......-.......... between 8 and 5 for appointment.
392-2049. (E-12t-84-c)
'65 CORVAIR CORSA: Wh. cony IBM electric typewriter model B Female roommate for spring quarter.
top with burgandy body 4spd. standard size. elite type $125 call University Gardens Bldg. 712 rm.
180hp. new everything: around 392-2671 (A-2t-90-p) 310 $47.50 plus utilities, lease runs
$750: call Scott @ 372-5254 Lv. thru June. call 373-3614 (C-5t-89-p)
name and no. (A-5t-86-p). .... : .: .:............... ..... ... .:.:...:.......
nam andno 35templem r v Female roommate for spring quarter
70 Honda 350, emblems removed, ] OR RENT French Quarter rent 51.25 Lease
, seamns filled. Black laquer andFrnhQatret5.2 Las
arome. fre bar. B maculae ad '.: ; ....::.. .. ...-....:...;;-; ends Juno call 373-3539 anytime
chrome. Drag bars. Immaculate, fast, -,(C-5t-89.P) and ultra-reliable. Must sell 392-0237 Sublet rooms 2 blocks from campus 8-5 (A-3t-87-p) Sublet rooms 2 blacks from campus
kitchen privileges central a/c heat 304 WANT TO RENT 1 bedroom
PHOTO EQUIPMENT 4x55 peed nw 15th -street 373-4303 or furnished Apt or House for spring
Graphic with Polaroid back 2 378-8122 60 month includes utility. and summer quarter near campus or (-t8-)relatively 'close. cili 373-37 0
Strobes, slave, Lens for Nikon, (B-St-89-p) l(C-t89-p) lose Call 3733073
cords, case. All for $225 call Allan (
Sh". 373-4311 (A-4t-87-p) Need female roomate green Mar apt.
1-3 available Mar. 1st. rent 44. + 1/3 1 female roommate wanted Sprg.
I 10x35 Knox 1 bedroom Mobile utilities call us or come by 1105 utrles. Point West8-ts. $58.75 -mth. +
Home. Air Conditioned. Economical N.W. 3rd. ave. apt. 11 376-0142 utities. Call 378-5507 (C-5t-89-p)
3 student living. Convenient location (B-5t-89.p) Female freak to share apt with 3
7:2 ~$2000. Make offer. 373-1767 after 5*mlfr
s$2000. (A-3t-87-p) sublet effeclency apt. available March others private bedroom move in now
Atp18, utilities included pool. apt. 308 no rent until April $70 mo utilities
s3 1969 Kawasakl 500cc mach III A lot 1225 sw 1st ave. call 378-2221. 3733454(C-5t*89p)
* of new stuff on it $650 (A-5t-89.p) (B-3t-89-p) Wanted: 10-speed, preferably large
frame (23V") Call Roy 373-2316
Brand New Kent classical guitar with Great apt to sublet for spr qtr. after 1 pm also am subletting S Case, retail $130, will take $85 or Townhouse, ac, carpeting, 1 bedrm landmark apt for summer up to 4 best offer, also good snow ski Good for anyone asp couples $150 people (C-3t-87-p) equipment for sale 392-9000 per mo. Call 373-3108 after 6:30
-5 o e f (A-t-8.p) (B-3t-89.p) Complete front-end assembly to fit
- 250-500cc motorcycle. Preferably a
Need 2 studious male roomates to 305-350 Honda. Need other body share 1g. 3 bdr. house 2 baths. NW parts also. Call 372-2748 after 5pm.
section. $66.67/mo. each includes Roger (C-5t*85-p)
ai utilities. 3732626 (B-St-89-p) ....
2 female roommates to share
1 or 2 female roommates spring bedroom with private bath in
* quarter 9 me lease pool side No. 67 hawaiian village 2 bedroom apt. $55
Cheir village park call 378-4857 anytime plus utilities. Call 373-3964
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nditiofl, power steering, heater, In early April plea se call Pam rw<lhilFb1-0yrod. or more albufft on 60-ln'Capitol
adl, ~ newtyws *95 r 3S-690need help desperately sentimental value reward If found tapes. $4 Inc tape ow wil bwa any
est offer Phone 378-8401 Parent hassle (J-5t.89-p) call 373-2397 (L-2t-87-p) competitive offers. 376-5916 nights W MIS
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7 Dodge cofrnt 440 wao fc are half way there. Happy Found: pair of men'% prescription Wedn ti"L& Ohr'-oy20am
C PS Pe _pwr rar window air Anniversary, sweetheart. I love you. sunglasses at corner of NW 171st. and Wdigrnsadohr bd s4nw OUS-trs V-4^ uses Forever. Kaka. (j-lt-89-p) Univ. ave. by catholic church Feb. 13 ornaments scutot4 and handcrafted
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gas3-ea mde akig 150.Nanny, war Is hell, life's a bitch, and Very4-p reM-5t46-p)3194
373-1524 (G-St-3-P) I love You regardless. 2LLDTG. my M" -P
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92-566492"2111 urs nay 2 butonwoo belspeaMmn $*-93 *very good references Fus av 3butnWolbllpa Exp'd Trheme & Dissertations 41#_'145,7s4 9
-69 udwe3 sa,*09 very good coats, bush Jackets, as well, as real Del- Ray Typing Servl ce, 50 cents and
~ conion *7s cell antique glass frames other goodies 37194 7-42
9274 (04647.)* available call 378-0463 after 5pm. aft 6. (M-l0t-80-p)
A5d1 SHIRT SALEc~I& 25% to Typing, dissertations, briefs, term *y
-SH00T 19LE 2S% o 50eof papers, etc. IBM, fast, accurate,
oaint w04e whel hd 916105 SPaW Man14 W.Uiest depedable. Highly approved by
adlis ofile S7230 4148p) Open 10 am till 10pm Mon. thru Sat. Grad. Sch. Call Nancy, 378-6359
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7 ~ ~ ~ R 'W".w~m~ good nOd. wit brn it W to us. ive N. Main St. 376-9666 or 37846127
*750 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ $ 3740 inP 4 9 S %ents t in lwneo Ha ber & Budd Accountants IWW 06. 165131 Man3162- W.
~19* 2~AU~ie 98'PROFESSIONAL Draft Counseling, extras~~~ VIMt Jeee.~d DaigadpIN taught In M ips oogcoenSa.
250 Off OW81 *S ll d3939d.WoilI t yawV a"~ Sundays. 32651 VirginIa St. No. 2
vie 361, 37-63mi ee pace. tflh*AW l~fstkNI@ designed Miami,, 446-6083 'appointments.
(G~t4.'p)to, deelp ouIterests. 373-1947 (m-25t-72'.p)
'6 W8 SspesddW-* or9 tmde or wM Oqfes#Wfri STUD SERVICE AKC reitred
er w~ n *5or ad fo TnansiOrgniersERW frmng he black mlnseture, paoddle*.: ribbon ScYcl of 4111"W""n "alue P-It-*9-p Qanewlifte Tenats Assoc. For winner good con flrmtl4on In~ruitlo cel Mke ughit disposition guerented reso It. Frad la 196SmAk (j1t_" -946.'e your apathy 373-1059 evnig (M.5t-116-p)
Radioad1515 Good shape (-at79p
$200.00 of besL t offer. Your HONDA won't run?? Steve at
376-7562 or 392-1-961. ask for Jose. Gainesville Artisans Market original the CYCLE WORKS will pick It up
(G.t49p)pottery, leatherwork, knitting, and FREE. Call him at 373-4080 for the
sewlng, ena~ etflgrpisal bsnd des xesv service for To order clasifieds, use the form below. Fill In the boxes
66 T01 inmqst0djtloR V1w harUfWe5d by- local artisans 105 W. your Honda. (M-5t46p) allvvng I box- for. 70i0 letter, spwc n ~jcuaton mark
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Auto4EIectrIc Service, 1111 S.,Main
___.***,**. LASqT a- & P M W() N 37-7330. Now I SifflkArard and than 4, ltne are reqpired. Minimum charg is 4#100 for 4 WII.,p
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~~~~ ~~ Found: pair of -men's prescription HOSSBADDfns ae&number of days the ad is to run. Subtract ~w iscontf
Sunlase at corner N.W. 17st. and .HOSSBADDfntcr&
CO.Eds Facia Ir U~e f1*W unv ave. by catholic church Weds. facilities convenient, -tals pastUrecmctveisrin (if applicable) AM tead, 4Wit
fas, iw~6~ua~ai~.*eivei pl~r-ip RltsUn~n lst fond tack room wood4 trails lighted -#
- ~~~~~~~ ~beautiful -grounds 373-15 llurmtaa cekpeerd o: Alligator Classfe, Room",
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lesdin# -t tft- ea t -of- 166 Were wined for sight -at-thesalet. 3O 2 pdr jg g
Tird o a~*Wt ~ e~dg W mtalicbrown, -green tinted eyeglass office In town..dive your gu
or te ~4 thi arssp on back, good year own waiting room to UNIVERSITY
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- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ onySt l-I eiS Iidrivilng lamps, wood OPTICIANS at 51*9 SW 4th Ave.,
day. iff V44S- m ilenotify UPO or call across from Greyhound Bus Station.
I -23t-7-)36 SLt86) 378-4480. (m-tfc)
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SByGENE ELLENSON be adequately controlled by
one's ability to reason. This
(P!TTOR'S NOTE: Gene causes malfunctioning of one's The
Ellenson, UF executive assistant autonomic nervous system and is Floria
athletic director, is a firm sure to produce poor Alligator
believer in the power of the performance and even
subconscious mind and its psychosomatic illness.
positive effects on the In order to achieve greatness thought 'about it, the more we I can say, at this time, is that I
performances of the human in any endeavor a person must began to believe it inside. There believe that by the
body. By request Ellenson synchronize positive feeling is a strong religious connection "temperature" (or mental
explains an idea he has used attitudes with all the reasoning here, but I don't have enough output) a person can influence
in his coaching career to get the powers of the cortex. He can call space to develop that theme. All those things around him.
most out of his athletes. The on the marvelous "inner brain", .
article, however, is directed the subconscious. He isn't
toward the non-athlete student, consciously aware that he is
who according to Elenison may doing this.
also find his advice beneficial.) Ask anyone who hlas created a
G LESON masterpiece in any field. He will
I've debated about doing this . positive thinker tell you that he can't really
K article. If only a few random recall how it happened. We write
ideas are put out, the reader is faith, and are in a state of deep this off as inspiration.
, apt to scoff and dismiss the seated emotion, you can Many great men keep a note
whole thing as hocu-pocus. On- auto-suggest to your pad available at all times, night the other hand if these subconscious. Just before you go and day, for these messages from "unusual" ideas are supported to sleep (the conscious mind "somewhere". Thomas Edison by facts and medical must be "quieted") you can confessed to receiving
information, it would take a lot implant humble and reasonable "messages" late at night. It was more space than is available, goals of your life into the simply that he was in tune with
If the reader is stimulated to subconscious. his subconscious. Famous
find out more about the power This procedure can work both writers will tell you that, in this 0 *
of the mind, it is suggested he ways. If you are dominated by mental state, the words on ak d
get a copy of "The Magic Power negative emotions such as greed, seemingly leap out, and it is ,e
of Your Mind" by Walter fear, anger, defeatism, jealousy, almost difficult to record them
Germain, and study it carefully. hate, etc., it is almost impossible mechanically, for they come so
Let's just assume that you for these powerful emotions to fast.
accept the fact that For years, as an athletic
autosuggestion is possible. The coach, I have been interested in
fis thing you do is to write ? $ Og the relationship between mental
down this sentence and put it up attitude and performance. I
in a place that you see every day Past Of* Maiss formed up a "positive molecule
- such as your mirror. theory." It was sort of tongue in 1%0 $e'lt A t b ilx b
"I can only be successful and OXFORD, Miss. The Gators cheek. It started as a joke, but a
happy if I have humble but came back strong in the second joke only inthds t foerI the wetnerse.
reasonable confidence in my half Monday night, scoring 53 humble but reasoible
own powers." points, *o coast to a 85-68 confidence.
Next you must use the basketball victory over the Ole The idea was that the brain
conscious mind to unlock the Miss Rebels, minus Johnny emitted tiny but powerful
subconscious mind. We all know Neumann, the nation's leading molecules that could come out the conscious mind controls the scorer. in waves and exert a physical
five senses. What, most of us do UF's Earl Findley scored 24 frce on people, places and not know is that the points to lead all scorers. things. This force can actually subconscious mind, through the Neumann was at his father's alter or influence the things at
medium of the autonomic (or side in Memphis, Tenn., after the which they are directed.
Sympathetic) nervous system, elder Neumannn suffered two We all laughed a little bit onTONIGHTI
controls all bodily f ti heart attacks Saturday. the outside, but the more we
The subMonscious has a
perfect memory. It also can o 0 0 0 C Tho
conunnicate in some aninner *. 0 0 0 c
other than the recognized five 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lgs.ic Ofnv
senses. Lastly, and mos 000 0 0
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amenable to control by the 000 g 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
power of suggestion
From all Ive been able to
gather there are two triggers that Do you still need books for this term
bridge the gap from the
conscious to the subconscious.. and plan to buy them later
One is faith and the other is
emotion.
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emotions, not your intelligence,
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In Preparation For Rollins
The UF tennis team won its match with a talented Rollins Bartlett and Nobles teamed to
second straight win of the young team at the Florida courts. down Turke and Brink 6-1, 6-1, season with a 8-0 trouncing over while McCaffery and John
Florida Atlantic University Powell beat Bruno and Sagert
Monday afternoon at the Florida THE GATORS captured all 6-1, 8-6.
tennis courts. the singles and took two doubles
before the final event was called
off because of a light rain. POSPISIL AND Rusty Addie
.The Florida Atlantic split sets with their Florida
competition was a comparatively UF's top seeded Ra Heidema Atlantic opponents before the easy workout for today's 2:30 madefeatedtch was stopped.
defeated Franic Bissey 6-2, 6-3, _Ricky Knight defeated Guido "We won," coach Bill Potters
Alvarez 7-5, 6-1, Tony Pospisil said, looking to today's battle Wl defeated George Turke 60, 60, with a tough Rollins squad.
res ters Bruce Bartlett defeated Ralph
Brink 6.0, 6-0, Bing Nobles UF, now 2-0, won its first .
defeated Maurice Bueno 6-2,,, match of the season Saturday Cancel Dual 6-0 and Mike McCaffery against the University of South
defeated Fred Sagret 60, 6-2. Florida. Florida Atlantic is 0-. Monday night's dual wrestling
match between UF and the
University of Tampa was
cancelled Monday afternoon,
and will not be rescheduled.
UF coach Keith Tennant said
Tampa's coach called, Monday
afternoon and said tat recent
TOM KENNEDY injuries-and sickness diildforce
the Tampa squad to forfeit six
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POP 14. The f !Wide Alligator, TuesfV, F~brUar ...
NOW LOOK TO SEC CHAMPO!SHIP
Summers Ctoi SofienCof egah
By MARK ROSNER followed in that order. many first place finishes as
Alligator Sports Writer "IT WAS a real tough meet *Southern Illinois but we had
but the boys swam real well and more consistent higher finishes,"
I'm very proud of them," coach .. Harlan said.
The UF swim team, with an Bill Harlan said. teIN THE MEET, four more eye on the Southeastern alifid f th
Conference title, outscored eight On the first day of the meet, X Nwimme championship. ,ce
other teams to win the Southern Mark McKee placed first in the NaAf dChe 400 individual
Intercollegiate Championships. individual medley with a time of qualified the 400 individual
this past weekend in Athens, Ga. 4:16.94. At the end of medley, Chelosky in the
The three-day event Thursday's competition, the 11 100-yard breaststroke and
concluded Saturday with the Gators trailed Southern Illinois, .- *i:800-yard freestyle relay Dorney
Gators edging out a tough 117-84. in the 200-yard backstroke and
Gators edging out a tough 11-Mnnln h 00yr
Southern Illinois team, 517-444. The Gators cut Southern McDonnell in the 100-yard
butterfly.
FSU finished third with a score Illinois lead down to four points
of 218. Kansas, South Carolina, at the end of Friday's Harlan hopes that his team's
of 218. Kansas, Soth Carolina, at te end of Friday'sdepth will enable them town
Georgia, Oklahoma and Texas competition with the help of the SEC Championships March
the SEC Championshipsrch
BILL DORNEY MARK McKEE 4-6. The scoring for that meet
KIEZEK LEWIS COMPETE ... 200-yard backstroke ... 400 individual medley will be championship scoring.
___ LEWICOM ETEFirst place is awarded 16 points,
Bruce Williams and Gary individual medley, respectively, second place 13 and third place Pw AChelosky. Williams took top On the final day of 12 points. In dual meets, first
O WS V ie A t st honors in the 200-freestyle with competition Chelosky won the place is given five points, second
e a time of 1:46.48 while 200-yard breaststroke with a is awarded three points and third
Chelosky won the 100-yard time of 2:10.33, and Steve place is one point. Harlan
breaststroke in 1:00.37. McDonnell captured the pointed out that a team can
By SIM SMITH To add to the complications BILL DORNEY and Jamie 100-yard butterfly event place second and third in an
Alligator Correpondent Tom Delaney, a FSU transfer Murphy took second place event and still come out with
student, will be eligible to play finishes in the 100-yard "Depth really paid off for us more points than the team that First base has traditionally next quarter, and he too has backstroke and 200-yard in this meet. We didn't have as takes first place.
represented Gator infields as the shown promise at first.
slugging position. This year will .
be no exception as LarryKiezek and Steve Lewis vie for that
spot.
Kiezek is a native Floridian.
He graduated from Fort Walton
Beach Choctawhatchee High S runer at rry s
School where he was selected as an all-Big Five Conference
catcher. Choice of One
HE HAS suffered a series of
painful finger injuries, red ripe tomato slices creamy cottage cheese
complicated with arthritis, tossed green salad tangy cole slaw
during the last two years. chilled fruit juice
"Most boys would have quit
with injuries like that," said
coach PA. Lee. "But not Larry. Entre
He is a real competitor." COUNTRY FRIED STEAK with pan gravy 1.75
Last year Kiezek saw action asLI tender cuts of beef, pan-braised with
a catcher in about half of the ..avory. seasonings to a delicate tenderness
games and hit .318. This spring
A he is belting the ball at a .465 DEEP FRIED FILET OF WHITEFISH 1.65
clip, this time at first base. a generous helping of north atlantic whitefish,
"FIRST BASE has given me served with lemon wedge and tartare sauce
another chance to play
baseball. I don't believe I BAKED MEAT LOAF with tomato sauce 1.65
could catch again," he said. choice chopped beef, .blended with special
Kiezek said he would like to seasonings and baked it. a zesty tomato sauce
have sole position of first but
acknowledged that he had stiff BAKED CENTER CUT HAM STEAK 1.65
competition from Lewis. served with grilled pineapple ring
Lewis, or "Big Lew" as his
teammates call him, hails from 5 CRISPY FRIED CHICKEN 1.45
Westville, N.Y. where he too was delicately seasoned and fried to
an all-conference choice in high a crisp and golden brown
school. Resembling a bad guy
from a Clint Eastwood movie, CHOICE T-BONE STEAK 1.55
Lewis presents a menacing figure properly aged and full of flavor,
at the plate. The big port side charbroled as you like it
swinger hit .302 for the B team
last season, and has shown CROICE TOP SIRLOIN STEAK 2.5
potential so far this year. broiled to your Iancy
"Lew has great power," said
coach Lee. Lewis has hit the Chlie of Two
longest ball of the spring, a shot r
that traveled 425 feet on the fly. saed green beans frenc friedptte
His defensive work has also potato b whole e l corn
drawn praise from head coach buttered early june peas creamy whipped potatoes
Dave Fuller. brode anInet .
WITH KIEZEK, a
righthander, and Lewis, swinging from the left,, the question of platooning may be brought up.
"It is a very definite
possibility," said Coach Fuller,
who doesn't like to platoon. But 'S
Fulkt said both men look too
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Harris Calls Vet Funds 'Pipe Dreams' By RANDY BELLOWS Alligator Staff Writer State Representative Marshall Harris, a key figure in the future of agricultural and veterinary school appropriations, insisted yesterdiy that expected federal funds for the proposed UF vet school are just "pipe dreams." Harris arrived in Gainesville Monday for an inquiry into the Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (IFAS). Specifically he studied the degree to which IFAS research projects directly benefit Florida. HARRIS, CHAIRMAN of the House Appropriations Committee, questioned what he considered the "disproportionate" amount of general revenue funds going to IFAS. The institute receives approximately $18,000,000 predominantly for research, from the state's general revenue fund. In comparison, the UF's overall budget, (not including money allocated to the J. Hillis Medical Center, GENYSYS and other projects) includes a general revenue bill of 35,000,000 dollars. Dr. E.T. York, agricultural provost, said the $18,000,000 tab was partially a result of the large farms and sprawling rural areas in the state. HARRIS' "SHIRT-SLEEVE" trip through IFAS was primarily to receive an explanatory breakdown of agriculturalresearch. IFAS research could range anywhere from the cause of wide-scale death of a certain type of grass, to an examination of Mexican tomato crop methods. "Although not all projects can directly relate to the state, most research done by IFAS should primarily be for Florida's benefit," Harris said. Harris questioned whether it was proper for UF to be researching out-of-state projects, when according to Director of IFAS research, Dr. John Sites, there were still Florida projects require a regional approach. There's a federal agency called the Cooperative States Research Fund that administers federal research funds allocated to the states, giving IFAS some assurance that federally supported research projects would not be repeated." HARRIS ALSO informed York of his plans to investigate possible alternatives to a veterinary school during his two-day stay. "I can't imagine reasonable people saying it isn't reasonable to examine alternatives," Harris E.T. YORK JOHN SITES said. He mentioned the expected federal support of the vet school saying, "I haven't seen any which had not been researched realistic opportunity for funding dequately. as yet." BUT YORK explained, Harris is against the UF vet 'We've attempted to determine school as presently planned, ow relevant our research because he considers the rograms are." $24,000,000 cost "to be much Meanwhile all outside projects more than we need." according to York are not HE FELT THAT the first unded by the state. duty of Dr. Charles E. Cornelius, Harris also questioned several the recently hired dean of the egional rather than state new vet school, should be to esearch projects and the steps pare down the cost. aken to guarantee against He qualified a comparison he duplicated research. Sites said, "Some projects just (SEE 'PIPEDREAMS' PAGE 3) Innocent Towtruck Victims Need Aid Says Uhifelder TERRY WALTERS WINDY What's sweeping down the streets of the city, blowing everything around in the breeze? Whats lifting skirts, messing hair and blowing leaves? Everyone knows it's windy. By MARY ANN WHITLEY Alligitor Staff Writer Student Body President Steve Uhlfelder is taking action to aid innocent victims of towtrucks on campus where cars are towed away by mistake. Although a person can appeal to the honor court and get charges dropped for an unfair parking ticket, if his car is towed away he still has to pay the towing fee. UHLFELDER SAID he has SGP Explains Conflict By DAVE ZIEGLER Alligator Staff Writer The Student Government Production (SGP) staff says it has determined the real conflict at the rock concert Saturday night. "The police have to enforce fire laws. We of SGP endorse fire regulations because they are necessary," an SGP spokesman -said. "We realize that Pacific Gas and Electric and all the other heavies who turn students on want control of the audience also. Rock groups want to be directly involved, so do the students," he said. "But because our students choose to discount the intervening problem of fire regulations, trouble resulted." IN REGARDS TO the inconveniences incurred by all who went to the production Saturday night, "We are really sorry that it is necessary to provide entertainment in the gym and subject our audience to the inconveniences of the university fire regulations," the spokesman said. Bruce Levine, chairman of SGP mentioned, "that at the same time we are thankful to have a covered shelter in which (SEE 'CONFLICT' PAGE 3) spoken to University Police Department (UP15) Chief Audie Shuler and William Elmore, vice president for administrative affairs, to work out a system by which innocent parking violators may be reimbursed for the towing charges. "If people are not able to get their money back," Uhlfelder said, "it gives too much power to the tower." He said UPD is "going overboard" with towing. SHULER SAID a different solution to the present parking dilemma "would be fine" if it was just as effective. Shuler said, further explaining towing procedures, "Although mitigating circumstances might be sufficient to drop charges (on a parking ticket) if a car is parked in a towaway zone, the guilt or innocence on the ticket doesn't affect towing." Uhlfelder said he is also trying to work out a system for notifying people through the Hub when they have three or more unpaid citations. Rather than having their cars towed away, people would first be notified that they owed money, as with any other account. Uhlfelder said the problem of transportation on campus is .a big one, and suggested free or cheap parking lots off campus, bikeways, and more buses to help ease congestion on campus roadways. Uhlfelder said, 'The school tends to settle for expediency rather than efficiency. We need efficiency." RADIO STATIONS in the Gainesville area describe their reaction to Saturday's false alert .page 4 Classifleds. .12 Editorials .a.8 Letters .9 Movies. 13 Page of Record.10 sports .14 what's Happening .14 U The Florida Alligator AN AmVtwna THE SOUTHEAST'S LEADING COLLEGE DAILY Vol. 63, No. 89 University of Florida, Gainesville Tuesday. February 23. 1971 DURING IFAS INQUIRY a h p a f, r r t

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Pa p, Thb Fidridaliigator, Tuesd, Febtary 23, 1971 CHUCK WILLIAMS 5 ...a Flavet boy has lost his ball 14A w,00",Photos by Tom Kennedy EI GOOD TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY etuckv Tied CkickR 214 N.W. 13th St. 376-6472 114 S.W. 34th St THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR is the official student newspaper of the 372-3649 University of Florida and Is published five times weekly except-during June, July and August when it's published semi-weekly, and during student holidays and exam periods. Editorials represent only the official opinions M YMMM N N of their authors. Address correspondence to the Florida Alligator, Reitz Union Building. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32601. The D I N E R Alligator Is entered as second class matter at the United States Post Office at Gainesville. Florida 32601. Subscription rate is $10.00 per year and $3.50 per Quarter. The Florida Alligator reserves the right to regulate the typographical tone of all advertisements and to revise or turn away copy it considers objectionable. The Florida Alligator will not consider adjustments of payments for any 3 Pc. Chicken advertisement involving typographical errors orerroneous Insertion unless R' 125 notice is given to the advertising manager within (1) one day after the Mashed Potatoes advertisement appears. The Florida Alligator will not be responsible for and Gravy nore than one incorrect insertion of an advertisement scheduled to run Cole Slaw and BRIN G C O U PO N several times. Notices for correction must be given before the next Rolls assrtion.

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Tuesday.ebrusry 23. .1971,T1 jrdaIor, Pass 3 X. PAD INITIATION Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark (left) was the guest speaker at an initiation ceremony of the Phi Alpha Delta (PAD) legal fraternity. Clark is a former PAD national officer and is currently a visiting professor at the UF Law School. Among the 28 new brothers initiated was law Professor L.H. Levinson (center). He was the first professor to be chosen under the new PAD program for recognition of ability in the classroom and mnence in the legal profession. Clark commented on Levinson's double jeopardy case successfully argued before the U.S. Supreme Court last year changing a Florida law that has been on the books for 100years. Paul Miller (rigit), justice of PAD, presided over the ceremony which included the initiation of three female law students. The ceremony was held in the Alachua County Court House. PIPE DREAMS. FROM PAGE!ONE made, though in a past Alligator article, between estimated costs of educating a student at the proposed Florida school and other state vet schools. At the time he estimated it would cost the state an "astronomical" $43,000 to educate a single student over four years. Dr. George T. Edds, chairman of the UF department of veterinary science, had said it was more like $20-22,000 per student. Harris explained that his estimate had included capitol building costs, spread out over 25 years. HARRIS DESCRIBED several possible alternatives including increasing efforts "at attracting qualified vets from other parts of the country." "But," he admitted, "that wouldn't help Florida residents any." He suggested a further effort to contract with the 18 vet schools in the country for additional spaces for Florida pre-vet students. At present, there are a total of 31 positions available to Florida residents at Auburn, Ohio, and Tuskeegee. Approximately 200 UF pre-vet student applications were submitted for these positions. HARRIS ADMITI'ED that hisprevious mention of the state of Wisconsin as an over-producer of veterinarians was a mistake. "That's what my staff told me. But there are other states with top schools in which we could work out an arrangement." He also said he felt it was "a vast mistake" for Florida to consider educating all professional occupations, "It's like France's attempt at one time to remain entirely self-ufficient." "I think we should have a working relationship with other states, like Georgia for instance, in which we educate Georgians CO>!LICT. .. FPA$E ME to provide entertainment. Rained out performances result in financial loses for SGP, which will lower the quality of the entertainment we can provide." The state fire marshall determines what procedures will be necessary in the gym for fire safety. The University Police Department is required to enforce these regulations. "We of SGP understand, endorse and even dig rock concerts, dancing and just getting it on in general, but there ae nles and we all have to abide by them," Levine said. "It is unfortunate that these students who wouldn't leave the front could not understand the problem, he added." "We are all looking forward to better rock entertainment and les hassles as you want entertainment on your end and we want to provide it. As for those students who threw chairs and yelled obscenities I have one question, 'Where are your heads at'?" in certain fields, and they educate Floridians in others. State boundaries should not be that important in this respect," Harris added. Harris will go to Washington, along with UF President Stephen C. O'Connell later this week to discuss the feasibility of the medical center extension, and federal funding of the vet school. Harris who is at odds with O'Connell over the extension, said, "There's a bit of a battle shaping up." He will continue his talks with IFAS officials and a grassroute look at IFAS research accomplishments through Tuesday. The FSUFlylng Ckreus bComin Patronize Gator Advertisers Learn to Fly Solo Course Cessna15 SANIAVIATION Stengel Field on Archer Road 376-6011 Student owned and operated jJ bL

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Page 4, The Florida Alligator, Tuesday, February 23, 1971 Radio Stations Describe Alert Action By TERRY VENTO Alligator Writer The varied reactions of radio stations to Saturday's national alert has caused some local controversy about the effectiveness of the Emergency Broadcast System (EBS). Kenneth Small, Director of WRUF said, "'We are an EBS station. The National Defense Authority has sanctioned us to stay on the air. We are not supposed to go off." "EVERY SATURDAY morning we have a routine alert, 'This is' a test' ...If it were an actual alert, all stations without EBS would go off the air. "But this was the first actual alert. The problem has been said to be a mistake originating in Colorado, the headquarters of the North American Air Defense Command (NORAD)," Small said. The wrong code word was fed over the UPI and AP wires, the means for alerting radio stations throughout the nation, he added. The code for the emergency was "Hatefulness/Hatefulness", causing us to believe its validity. Only the Presidenf and his agents can call an alert through NORAD." "Here at WRUF the man on duty, after seeing the message, contacted the engineer at our transmitter. The transmitter is a blasted, hardened shelter for our equipment, he said. "HE IMMEDIATELY started to change the program from the studio to out there. The transmitter is used for no other purpose. "Then a strange thing happened. The word "Kill" came over the wire three times, but this was not the proper code for killing the message. We waited for the real code, "impish" before taking any action." News director Rich de Revere of WUWU radio explained what went on in his news room Saturday morning: "WHEN WE RECEIVE the Bike Hearings To Begin Today Beginning today, daily hearings will be held this week concerning bicycle regulations on campus, according to Student Government (SG) Secretary of Transportation Jim Gundry. "We're going to need new regulations (concerning bicycles) if we're going to get this campus to be a bicycle campus," Gundry said. "CURRENT REGULATIONS are not being enforced, and there have been complaints by the administration," he added. Interested students are asked to attend the meetings and voice their opinions concerning bike regulations. The SG Transportation Committee will listen to suggestions today, Thursday and Friday in room 357 of the Reitz Union from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The committee meets Wednesday at the same time in room 361 of the Union. According to Gundry, bicycles are now supposed to follow -the same regulations as vehicles on campus and in town, but speciallaws make understanding and enforcement of the rules difficult. or instance, in Gainesville, bicycles are allowed to ride on sidewalks, except in downtown shopping areas, but they are not allowed on campus sidewalks, he said. In coordination with the committee meetings, Gurpdry mentioned the volunteer bike day that SG is sponsoring Wednesday. Students and staff are asked to leave their cars home for one day, and to ride bikes, or walk to campus, if at all feasible. SG administrative assistant Brad Raffle said of the idea, "People are relying on automobiles so much it would be nice to see what it is like to have a car-free campus." 1 21st Annal J Concert correct alert we are supposed to sign off. I was the newsman on duty at the time the alert came over the UPI wire at about 9:33 a.m. I read the message four times when I realized it was the real thing. My first reaction was, "It's got to be a mistake." "I went to call the chief engineer who would shut down the transmitters when the telephone rang. It was a woman wanting to know if it was true, he said. "I told her I didn't know and asked her to hold on. By the time I turned back another message had been broadcast through a Chicago newsman who waited for NORAD's message to finish and then grabbed the wire and sent a message something like this, "Please disregard the alert message which moved on this circuit a short time ago./ UPR Chicago." "Finally, a terminator was sent ending with "Impish/Impish". This was a coded message that can't be faked." "THE ONLY time we were off the air was for 30 seconds," he said. A different situation took place at WDVH. Gary Neison, News Director said, "We were the only radio station that followed the FCC rules to a "T". We went off the air after receiving the authentic message. "UPI has nothing to do with what we are supposed to do. We only take orders from NORAD. Anyone could have held a gun to the head of the wire operator and made him send the words "Kill" three times. But only the official code word has any significance. "PERSONALLY, I think this was a planned test of the efficiency of EBS. It seemed to have failed miserably here in Gainesville." WGGG News Editor Rob Sharkey said, "In the past month the FCC has instituted random tests to measure the reactions to the Emergency Action Notification system. The problem arose on Saturday when the actual alert was received at the very same time as the usual test. The random test looks exactly like the real thing except UNIVERSITY\\M24 JEWELERS Fraternity Jewelry Now order It 6 days a week 0 Trophy & Plaque Dept. Expert Engraving Watch repair Jewelry repair 02 Wst Univare-t 2 Ave. Across from Campus 2 blocks from Hub 373-1025 for the word "test." "Most radio people are unfamiliar with this system, as it has been in effect for such a short period of time. When the message came over the wire Saturday it was quite frightening. As people began to hear about it, phone calls came in with distraught people wanting to know what was going on. "We had to consider all the possibilities, because if we did go off the air, our listeners would be scared, and it might cause more harm than good. We thought it could be a mistake because it came over the same time as the random test and it might have been a sophisticated version of the same. "All it proves, in my opinion, is that the system doesn't work. There is too much complication in the stystem. Sometimes one has to make the decision to disobey the authorities and act on better judgement," said Sharkey. MODERN SHOE REPAIR SHOPS 1620 W. UNIV. AVE. 376-0315 AND 101 N. MAIN ST. 376-5211 SOLES A ATTACHED HEELS 15 mins 5 mins wW Q &j4 $$9 .9*'%04.9*'0>e~ I F ~ -4FOR 3 SALE Ivy 3 Arby-%s Roast Beef SandIchs Get One Freell Monday through Thursday February 22-25 1405 SW 13th Ste Just South. of the Underpa'ss Wth the ater Variety Bands flobet Foster, director 23 February 23 8:15 pm Union Ballroom ees" by the Oepartseet ef tf e ana toe J. Wayne Relts Union

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Tuesday, February 23, 1971, The Florids AMIphear, PageS Caucus Plans Women's Symposium Is By JANET OLES Aligator Staff Writer Gloria Steinem, famed journalist and women's lib supporter will speak May 15 and 16 in the Union Auditorium. Tomorrow at 5 p.m. the Women's Caucus (Caucus) of Gainesville will meet in the Flagler Inn in order to further plan events for the two day symposium on women's rights, with all interested persons urged to attend. Consisting primarily of women faculty members and faculty wives the Caucus held a similar session last year, which was said to be a "phenomenal success," according to Dr. BettyCosby, assistant vice president for student affairs. "LAST YEAR, though, we had only limited student participation commented Dr. Cosby. But this year we are inviting all students to take part in the program and are urging them to express their individual viewpoints." Local people connected with the women's rights movement will also be on hand to head small discussion groups and Miss Steinem is expected to be accompanied by two black women, who will Hints From A UF Version Of Heloise By MARCIA If you don't need help stretching your student budget as far as possible, just skip this column. To those of you who remain, let me introduce myself. I'm the poor student's Heloise, a partial answer to a recent plea in The Alligator for a column offering practical information on surviving financially while going to school. I'll try to offer you tips on cheap cooking, easy sewing, convenient minor decorating and economy entertainment. Note the adjectiVes -cheap, easy, convenient, economy -add simple to the list. I'VE BEEN a student and student wife for almost nine years. We've survived, so I hope you can too. I don't claim to be able to solve all your problems, just pass on some hints that have worked for me. I may even pan on some hints that haven't worked, so you'll know what to avoid. Your suggestions are heartily welcomed. Send them to this column in care of The Alligator. The gals forget that guys may not know a simple thing like darning a sock. The guys forget that gals may not know an equally simple thing like hammering a picture holding nail into a wall. JUST TIME for a couple of quick' : You should use powdered skim milk for cooking if you aren't already. Make it as you need it. That way it's always on hand, doesn't spoil and cones in just the right amount for your recipe. Your tongue can't tell the difference in cooked food. Your wallet can tell .the difference .much cheaper! Use nail polish remover to take off adhesive tape or bandaid marks. Use the remover with a cloth or cotton to remove stickers or decals from your car windows or bumpers. 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Each campus the facilities and environment to which the most academic-minded student can relate. There are 2 six-week sessions at Berkeley, U.C.L.A. and Davis. And sessions of various lengths at Irvine, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz. All of them start in mid-Junefees for each ranging from $125 to $160. For an application and a bulletin on one or more campuses, just Mill out this coupon and mail it to: 570 University Hall, University of California, Berkeley, CaLf. 94720 O Berkeley 0 Davis 0 Irvine 0 Riverside 0 San Diego O Santa Barbara I2Santa Cruz 0 U.C.LA. I am a 0 student, 0 teacher at: NameAddressCity/Sta *UUU3UUsEUUEnEE3EUUUUEEUEUUUUEUEEEEEnsaEmsEUsEsEUUUsEEU ate/Zip Ua U ''We're s lightly different from the extreme women's lib groups. We're more low keyed and primarily interested in researching the problem and improving the situation." I speak from a different viewpoint. In addition to scheduling such discussions, members of the Women's Caucus have been active recently in researching the women's role in society and have even set up courses along these lines. Irene Thompson, comprehensive English teacher and member of the Caucus will be holding a course next quarter on, "Women In Literature," and Hani Van de Reit of the psychology department will be offering a course on the "Psychology of Women" this sunmer. "WE'RE SLIGHTLY different from the extreme women's lib groups," explained Miss Van de Reit. "We're more low keyed, and primarily interested in researching the problem and improving the situation." Their interest lies in the self-concept area and is particularly concerned with the equal opportunity aspect. "We're not man-haters," she added. The Caucus also extends individual counseling to encourage women in pursuing jobs that are typically geared toward men, "if they're interest lies in these fields." The two-day session featuring Miss Steinem is open to women from all over the state and students will be admitted free of charge. L. mosomms

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Page 6,Thd Floida Alligetor, tuesday, Februbfy23, 1911 UPD Contitnues-Fining For Tickets And Towing The University Police Department (UPD) says it will continue to follow University rules and regulations and tow and hold any automobile with three or more unpaid parking or traffic citations. "This includes tickets for parking, decals and other offenses prohibited by the UF rules and regulations," said Officer E.H. Stevens. UPD officers are searching for the wanted tags and will impound an automobile when located. 1 A 382 1 A 3811 A A 7062 1 19208 1 30189 a31399 1 136012 1 43407 1 46706 148404 1 58724 164565 1 67547 1 74688 184590 190539 1 92423 1 98856 1 151445 1 159318 1 171203 1 184238 1 195760 1 199299 1215866 1 D 568 1 D 2542 1 D 3233 1 0 4408 1 0 6678 1 0 11917 1 89723 1 D 61334 1 0 28132 1 0 40925 1 043357 1 0 61822 1 D 69166 172867 1 0 76952 1 0 79610 1 0 82161 1 W 6877 1 W 17608 1 W 18088 1 W 23846 1 W 30510 1 W 41046 1 W 60059 1 W 78184 1 W 100544 1 W 112482 1 W 144861 1 W 154353 2 0 30620 2 E 2178 2 E 5489 2 R 104 2 W 10277 2 W 17363 2 W 21779 2 W 34886 2 W 66035 2 W 69004 3 1203 3 1762 3 4476 3 6576 3 11701 3 16590 3 19145 3 19674 3 20839 3 77419 3 0 1629 3 D 1646 3 0 9433 3 0 16804 3 0 18139 3 D 18347 3 018412 3 0 22030 3 D 30148 3 W 1070 3 W 21415 3 W 55905 3 W 61128 3 W 68046 3 W 68046 3 W 74996 4 A 113 4 A 862 4 17935 4 73989 4 D 6451 4 0 7490 4 0 10417 4 D 18491 4 0 22423 4 0 31197 4 0 38294 4 0 38691 4 W 36602 4 W 106866 4 W 117719 5 1339 5 2156 5 4609 5 5481 7 23667 7 24212 7 25493 7 28155 7 28825 7 38505 7 38270 7 42691 7 43176 748297 7 50198 7 50198 7 50930 7 5452 761141 7 0 596 7 0 1527 7 D 1846 7 0 5940 7 07784 7 D 8969 7 09354 7 0 10135 7 0 14487 7 17466 7 D 19988 7 D021961 7 0 19030 7 0 26559 7 W 11794 7 W 27384 7 W 47931 8034121 8 4391 8 28542 8 30771 8 31785 8 32111 8 33974 8 34907 8 D 233 8 D 263 8 D 4607 8 D 5857 8 0 7323 8 0 8442 8 MF 107 8 W 17257 9 1711 9 11851 9 14341 9 14884 9 29226 9 D 2022 Q n0q A warrant will be authorized for the owner, all fines will double at once, and the car will not be released until the fines and towing charges are paid. Towing may run as high as $25. 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The President renewed his appeal in a special message to the House and Senate, which refused to act on similar legislation he proposed last year. Opponents claimed it would discriminate against students from middle-income families at a time when costs were rising at almost every school. IN AN APPARENT response to those objections, Nixon said he still felt that no qualified student who wants to go to college should be barred for lack of money." His proposal, he insisted, merely "would assure that federal funds go first, and in the largest amounts, to the neediest students in order to place them on an equal footing with students from higher-income families." Failure to approve the program "would not only deny these benefits to many students, but also would limit their opportunity to make major choices about their lives," the President said. Under the proposed plan, an undergraduate college student from a family of four with a taxable annual income of $3,500 could get $1,000 a year in federal grants on work-study subsidies and $400 more in federal loans. Students in this category also would be eligible for up to $1,500 in additional government aid. ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAlS estimated that more than 300,000 collegians from families with incomes of $10,000 and up would lose federal subsidies if the program became law. But they said those students now get loans averaging only about $750 to $900 a year and could get that aid if necessary on the private market. Federal spending for aid to needy college students currently runs about $970 million. About $644 million of the nearly $1 billion increase proposed by Nixon would be spent next fall, with the rest appropriated later. Included in the President's message was a proposal for creation of a national student loan association. 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TuesdayCo puvyry E er1971,she FloridaMAllFb7 Compu-teirExperts -To-, Meet-Feb. 25-m27 By JANE CATO Alligator Staff Writer Computer experts from the United States and several foreign countries will convene at UF Feb. 25-27, for the Association for Computer Machinery Symposium. The topic for discussion will be computer systems and data structures in programming languages. MORE THAN 200 men in the fields of education, industry and government are expected to attend the sessions. Dialogue To Air Ecology ForUm Conservation 70's, a citizen's lobby which is one of three statewide ecology-oriented groups, will hold an open phone forum tonight from 11I p.m. to I am. on radio station WRUF. Speakers who will answer questions live include botany professor Dr. David Anthony; Bill Seaman, founding president of the Environmental Action Group (BAG); and Brad Raffle, past president of BAG. The purpose of the forum is to promote citizen concern and action for ecological problems, as well as to offer suggestions for constructive programs in the state legislature. The numbers to call are 392-0772 and 392-0773. SDX Elects New Officers Sigma Delta Chi professional journalismfraternity elected its new officers Sunday night to serve through February 1972. The new officers are: Richard Roskowe, president; Randall Stout, vice president; Vickie Rich, secretary; Tom Kennedy, treasurer; Carl Crawford, sergeant at arms; Belton Jennings, historian. SPEC IAL 5 Shirts Good Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (22,23 24 Feb) 994 with a dry-cleaning order Men's or Ladies' pants According to Dr. Julius T. Tou, director of the UF Center for Informatics Research and chairman of the symposium, this is the first conference of its kind with the main purpose of exploring the fundamentals and applications of data structures in programming languages. Scheduled for presentation at the meeting are 24 papers concerning information structure models, programming languages, data organization and applications of data structures IN THE PAST, computers were designed on a theoretical basis. However, the design of more powerful and versatile computer systems of. the future and the development of the necessary equipment for efficient utilization of present as well as future computers necessitate a thorough understanding of data structures and machine BOX 10.(. High Point, N.C. 27261 Member Netienal Associateo g Teechers Agencies! This is a long and wordy text that we generally would not use in an ad. We are betting however that if you are serious about tape recording you will read every word. Those who weren't didn't get past the headline. The Advent Model 100 is designed for people who own good recorders and demand a great deal of them. The more ambitious the recorder and more demanding the recordist, the more necessary an investment it is. 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I decent provision for the poor is the true test of civilization -Samuel Johnson EDITORIAL Men Aren't Rats "When you put rats in a box, and jam them together, they fight -so do people." Jack Sandstrom made this statement three weeks ago, soon after 17-year-old Cloyce Bradley Cook was found dead in his Dade County jail cell, garroted with a rope and knotted towel and thrown on the concrete floor between two urine-stained toilets. There were 19 men in the 36 by 18 feet cell. Apparently, there was one too many. Sandstrom knows what he is talking about when he speaks about the Dade County jail. He is in charge of watching the rats in the box. He is the chief of the jail. Judge Paul Baker of Miami called the place a "snakepit." He pointed out the terribly overcrowded conditions and threatened to start freeing prisoners unless they could be brought to trial a bit faster. Dade County's jail problems are not unique. In fact, we would say they are the rule. Overcrowding -along with rehabilitating -is probably the biggest problem of penal reform today. The same problem exists in Alachua County. At the time William Baugher was found hanging in his cell last September, the jail contained 115 prisoners. It was constructed to accommodate 92. The most obvious solution to the problem of overcrowding is to build more jails. But this is not practical. Not many legislators are going to buy it. And, why should they, -when their constituents do not support better educational facilities for their children, much less support better jails? Securing more jails is going to be a bitter and painstaking process. It is going to take a while. So what can be done in the meantime? We must agree with Dade County public defender, Phillip Hubbart, who believes bail reform is the answer. Most of the overcrowding stems from antiquated bail bond laws. By reducing the number of prisoners, bail reform should help to ease much of the tension present in the jails and head off some of the crime that takes place in the jail itself. Hubbart calls the present bail system a "subterfuge to hold people." He calls for a halt to the money bail system. We believe the man is right. We would speculate that the majority of jail inmates are poor, do not know anyone of influence in the community and are black. The money bail system discriminates against the poor. A ghetto resident jailed for drunken driving stays there because he cannot come up with the bail money; a businessman charged with the same offense goes free after an hour or two of inconvenience. A recognizance program would stop much of the discriminatory practices and just as importantly, reduce the population of our jails substantially. Prisoners who do not pose a threat to society would be released on their own recognizance. The burden of proof would be on the state to show what persons did constitute a threat. TAwS -t AR 1AP MO n P f, CC Page 8, The Florida Aligator, Tuesday, February 23, 1971 FLUTED COL [Are Hey, uh excuse me. Yes, you. If you have a minute I'd like to talk to you. Maybe you think this is easy, doing this every day. Well, it really is, sometimes, I guess. AND OTHER times it's real hell. One occupational hazard of splitting yourself open every single day of the week is that sometimes some of yourself has just got to seep onto the page. That can he both goodtand bad. But the times when it's hard, I want to tell you about that. What makes, it hard is that I can't see you during those times. I reach out for you but you don't materialize. You have no face, so you can't smile. Or frown. SOMETIMES THAT lasts for days. That makes it real drudgery. But then the other times, that's what I really want to tell you about. The other times, I can just sit down and rap (did you hear that Martha, he's really getting hep) with you. Those are the times that I know that you are sitting in first period clas sleepily staring out the window at the aunshine and winding to hell you were sitting under a tree. AND I got proof to back up those feelings. You came up to meone day: -I" UMNI. You The "o 4 "Hey, I just wanted to tell you that you are part of my day. Really. You and a cup of coffee at the Krystal. Hey, really." So you see, sometimes I know it works. I can see you on the other side of this blank stiff copy paper. And that makes it much easier. Makes it fun. And then, once in a great while, a magic moment comes along, a real block buster. After re? JOHN PARKER I wrote a piece on abortion last week: "You don't know me but I feel like you are, my friend. You have done more for me today than anyone else has in the last six months. "I had an abortion three months ago. It wasn't easy but I thought it was the best thing to do. .". ..I am sick of being called a murderer. I just wanted the best for the babies that are born. I still do. "'hanks, John. I think I am over listening to the condemning voices now ." It is signed "A Girl Who Had To Choose." Well, now just excuse me a minute while I put an elbow on my typewriter and breath a little sigh. I know you're out there again, breathing, and that can do some very nice things. Thanks. Alligator Staff Marian Jedrusiak John Parker Assignment Editor Editorial Assistant Steve Strung Wire Editor Publhied by students of the Unversity of Florida underthe auipiesof he Board of Student Pubicanltwm. Editorial, BelnemAdvertising offi in Student Puigom Suite, sd~d floor, Reins Union. -_ Editobi Offim phone&. 392-16 87. Bor Bq. Opao8 eprmes io the Floida Aalptor ae thoasof thedls or of theWa ofwfe article ad not those of the Univ ert of Florida, .------. 1 i i The Sam Pepper Phyllis Gallub Florida Editor-I n-Chief Managing Editor Alligator The future is not a Jeff Klinkenberg Ken McKinnon gift: it is an achievement Associate Editor News Editor QN-GOOLTLET fcsNOT T15QF tKVINEO04 W LNI ~w---p rVt L-* M

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letter were all certain, even then, that the action taken by Reitz and O'Connell would eventually bring down censure on the university by the AAUP, but there seemed to be little point in waiting two and a half years to get a report before the faculty took some action itself. THE FINAL, and perhaps the strongest point made by O'Connell, is that the administration (he always calls it the university as if the two were identical) was not given due process. This is an ironic charge from a man who has been accused by an AAUP committee, which has never had a reputation of being hasty, of violating academic freedom of two faculty members (Jones and Lamborn). What O'Connell seems to mean is that the committee did not decide in his favor. Jones has been fired. Lamborn has been fired. The administration has made it clear that it rejects the findings of one of the most conservative groups of professors in the country. Within the past few months, O'Connell has fired Bob Canney, with no process at all, due or otherwise. In addition, he is now asking for a faculty code of ethics, which would complement the infamous student code of conduct and would provide a "legal" basis to fire those whom he does not like. It is clear, at least to one friend of Jones and Lamborn, that the only way to stop the continual departure of some of our best and most creative teachers is to have a strong local organization which can bargain with the administration in order to set a contract which will provide procedures mutually agreeable to the faculty and administration. With such a procedure, including binding arbitration in case of unresolvable conflicts, Jones and Lamborn would still be With -1 = I m tuniversity could begin to become a truly open and free batits of lemlg GUEST COLUMN Steve's Answer: An Answer By KEN MEGILL Asst. Prof. of Philosophy Despite the fact that the administration has just announced a freeze on hiring and a cut in many parts of the current budget, every faculty member has recently received a twenty page xeroxed copy of a statement by President O'Connell replying to the AAUP investigation which concluded that academic freedom is lacking at the University of Florida. Despite the fact that O'Connell's statement is nearly unreadable, it is important for the university community to be aware of O'Connell's total rejection of the rather obvious findings by the KEN MEGILL conservative AAUP committee. As I understand O'Connell's arguments, he seems to say that: a Marshall Jones was not denied academic freedom since he was fired, not because of his views, but because Reitz disagreed "with Dr. Jones in his relationships to students." (p.13) O'Connell quotes Reitz as saying "it was not his advocacy of certain principles as it was his actions." (p.12) a Jones and his friends stirred "emotions and passions" by a publicity campaign which made "the consideration of this matter with objectivity and clarity most difficult within the university community."(p.19) The administration was not given due process by the AAUP. ALL OF these points are thoroughly answered by the AAUP report, which O'Connell did not see fit to xerox and distribute to the faculty. Nevertheless, some short response might be in order. Starting with the first point, we might merely note that O'Connell is now claiming that Jones was fired, not for what he said, but for what he did. It seems, according to the O'Connell and Reitz doctrine that a teacher can say anything, but he does not have the right to do what he believes. According to O'Connell it seems that a teacher cannot really mean what he or she says. In the AAUP report the first point is dealt with at some length and it appears that Reitz's main objection to Jones was that he corrupted the son and daughter of one of Reitz's close friends, as evidenced by the fact that the son went into the Peace Corps (to Africa, no less) and the daughter married a "Negro." To anyone who has been involved in teaching, it seems that the main charge against Jones is that he had a profound effect on students, not only in what they said, but in what they did. A real compliment, I would think, but for O'Connell, Reitz and Conner this seems to be sufficient ground for dismissal. O'CONNELL STATES many times that Jones and his friends caused trouble by publicizing the grounds for the firing. He is referring to a packet sent out by ten faculty members from ten different departments which included a supposedly confidential document drafted by Vice-President Conner giving the reasons why Jones was fired. In addition, a re-print of the article which Conner cited as the basis for the firing was sent out and the faculty was asked to support Jones. The general appeal to the faculty was taken after every possible "channel" had been gone through (although O'Connell later found a Senate committee -which had no power -to conclude that Jones was not denied academic freedom by a vote of 3-2). O'Connell seems to be objecting strongly to the faculty having the information available to the administration. Those of us who signed the original EDITOR An open letter to Dean Hennessey; I heartily endorse Mr. Olander's suggestion that you look into the possibility of awarding an Assistantship to Howard Hughes. It seems to me that any time that the University of Florida has an opportunity to hire a competent employe for a mere fraction of what his services should cost, it should not hesitate to do so. JOHN C. ENGLEHARDT lLW Retrospect EDITOR: In a recent note in the Alligator I implied that Howard Hughes would be able to get an assistantship if he began graduate work here. In retrospect, I'd like to clarify my satirical intentions. I was taking a jab at Gen. Kinzer and Dean Hennessey only in their roles as parts of an irrational system of awarding assistantships. It is this system that I was really making fun of. It is unfortunate but true that many if not most universities award assistantships without consideration of financial need;, only qualifications are taken into account. In this aspect, at least, UF is no worse than most large universities. However, I am hardly condoning this procedure of granting assistantships. It seems obvious that candidates of similar qualifications should then be considered by financial need. But it seems unlikely that UF, the educational turtle of the South, would be likely to initiate such change. So whether or not Kinzer was a friend of the Dean's, whether have been stolen and we would or not he receives a high-income have paid our fines and pension, if he qualifies for the successfully registered without assistantships he holds, by the anyone knowing the difference. same standards all UF students It seems as if the system should are awarded assistantships by, he have to be a little less has broken no ethical code. ridiculously lousy than this to To criticize one man's have legitimacy ascribed to it, benefits from an illogical system but $1 is less than $8 and they of awarding assistantships is are going to put that sticker on foolish. He is a result, not a your bike one way or the other, cause. But if this case could be so you might as well save the used as an exampleof the bread. problem and as a stepping-stone This has been a public service to change of the system, then announcement at the expense criticism of Gen. Kinzer and of Dean Hennessey may serve a purpose. HOWARD SKILLINGTON SALLY KLINE DOUG OLANDER Cyclists Beware EDITOR: Bike-riders beware. The Hogtown Police Department is "cracking down" on those of us who have not seen fit to register our vehicles with the local fire station. Since the fine for bicycle violations has been raised from the previously-announced $4 to $7 (gee, all of them college s t u d e n t s @ s e v e n dollars-a-head' .) and it is "necessary"lAo issue a ticket rather than to simply see to it that the offender trucks down to the fire station and pays his dollar for a yellow sticker, it would appear that the ostensible purpose of getting people to register their bikes has been subordinated to that of municiple fund raising. In any case, Rod Steiger himself arrested us Wednesday morning and he doesn't fool around. Of course, he neglected to check the serial numbers on our bikes when he issued the tickets. Furthermore, the fireman did not require proof of ownership of us when we registered our bikes that aftemoon. (He said that we didn't look suspicious so it wasn't necessary.) They. could The Raft EDITOR: After having seen the display of photographs and a raft used by Cuban refugees, I wrote the following description of my impressions. It has the harsh colors of reality. Five leaking, black rubber inner tubes held together by strips of canvas. The roughly cut boards of rubber and paddles and a lone straw hat speak more meaningfully of freedom than all the speeches and all the promises. There are the accounts of perilous drifting, the photographs of abandoned escape boats and joyous reunions, but it's hard to relate. Why are average men compelled to leave the security of home and family on a craft too fragile to float one, let alone six, across a hundred miles of open, unpredictable sea? There are few more powerful expressions of what freedom is -a shabby, ridiculous, noble raft. I thank those who have shared a very personal gut feeling of what liberty is all about. HOWARD M. TUPPER .and then I said 'Well, if you think you can replace a Tigert secretary so easy why don 't you just .' Tuesday, February 23 1971, The Florda Alligator, Pae CAPTIONS OUTRAGEOUS Fraction 0

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Page 10, The Florida Alligator, Tu08ay, February.23, 1971 The University Calendar will be published weekly listing only Notices for Page of Record must be eventss to open to the University sent to Betty Coomes, Division of community. Private meeting Information Services, Building H. AllP a g notices will be carried in "What's copy for Tuesday must be received Hapenices wllMbecarred.nW b3 m.rdy.Friday deadline is Happening" on Mon., Wed., and by 3 p.m. Friday.Fida V edne Formerly Orange and Blue Bulletin. Produced every Tuesday & Friday Fri. and should be submitted to 3 p.m. the previous Wednesday. for the publication of official University notices and public events by the Alligator office, 365 Union the Division of Information Services and the Public Functions Office or to Public Functions Office, G-72 Union. FRINGE BENEFITS Dr. J.D. Butterworth, chairman of the subcommittee on internal faculty and staff benefits of the faculty committee on salaries and fringe benefits, has made the following announcement: In order to consider a possible new "fringe benefits" program for faculty and staff, two meetings were scheduled. (One held Monday, Feb. 22, could not make the "Page of Record.") The next meeting is Friday, Feb. 26, at 1:30 p.m. in Room 116, Matherly Hall. At least three companies have been invited to present their programs for mass merchandising of automobile and/or homeowners insurance. These presentations are for the information of the committee and other interested persons. I contemplate that, if the committee believes these programs would be of value to University faculty and staff, we would then call for proposal from all interested companies, such as was done several years ago when the tax-sheltered annuity program was initiated. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS All sophomores must complete departmental application procedures by March 15. This includes the student information form, course list and two regular interviews. Students should contact the Occupational Therapy Department if they have any questions. PUBLICATIONS STUDENTS Any student who worked for the Board of Student Publications during 1970 and who has not received W-2 Form should contact the Business Office, Board of Student Publications, Room 330, Reitz Union. TEACHING EVALUATION COMMITTEE MEETING The next meeting of the University Committee on Teaching Evaluation will be Monday, March 1, at 3:30 p.m. in Room 150D, Reitz Union. STUDENT PUBLICATIONS SUMMER SWIM PROGRAM BOARD MEETING The Board of Student Publications will meet Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 3:30 p.m. in Room 331, Reitz Union. SENATE AGENDA The University Senate will meet Thursday, Feb. 25, at 3:30 p.m. in McCarty Auditorium. The following items are on the agenda: 1. Proposal for establishing the rank of "Distinguished University Professor" 2. Proposal for baccalaureate degree programs with a major in computer and information science and formation of a new department to accommodate these new programs Information Items 1. Letters from President Stephen C. O'Connell 2. Annual repor of the University Curriculum Committee 3. Annual report of the Research Council 4. Annual report of the Committee on Academic Regulations 5. Annual report of the Uoiversty of Florida Press 6. Annual report of the Qpmmittee on Student Petitions 7. Annual report of the Student Financial Aid Committee Future Artion Item 1. Proposed Constitutional amendments affecting Senate membership LATIN COLLOQUIUM Dr. Harry Bernstein, City University of New York, will be guest speaker at the Latin American Colloquium Thursday, Feb. 25, at 8 p.m. in the colloquium room in the east room of Library East. The University of Florida Golf Club pool will be open April 30-Sept. 12. The pool hours will be from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily except Sunday when it will be open from 1-7 p.m. There is no recreational swimming before 1 p.m. Monday through Thursday due to class instructions. The swimming lesson program will be divided into three sessions for instructional purposes. The first session, May 3-June 17 is for adults and pre-school children. Session two, from June 21 through July 22, will enroll school age children only. Sessiorv three, July 26 through Aug. 27, is open to all members. Those persons eligible to swim must be bona fide University full-time students, faculty, staff spouses and children. Membership applications are being accepted on a first come-first served basis. Fees will include swim lessons, but not golf privileges. Checks for $57.20 for family membership should be made payable to the University Athletic Association with "swim fees" indicated. Payments should be mailed to niversity of Florida Golf Club, P.O. Box 14106 University Station, Gainesville or brought to the Pro Shop at the golf course. st aff personnel colun SICK LEAVE 0. Can my supervisor require a statement from my doctor before approving my sick leave? A. Yes. A supervisor has the right to request such a statement. This is a requirement in University and state regulations. It is designed as a protection for the University and its employees. Your supervisor may require a statement from your doctor at any time he determines it is in the best interests of all concerned. HOLIDAYS 0. I had to work on a holiday. Do I lose that holiday for this year? A. No, you never lose holiday time. If you are required to work on a holiday, you are entitled to eight hours (if you are a full time employee) of compensatory leave time which you may take at a later date. You should check with the person in your department who is responsible for keeping the leave records to make sure your record has been credited with this time. ANNIVERSARY DATES 0. My anniversary month is May. I will be going on leave of absence without pay during all of February and March. Does this change my anniversary month? A. Yes. Your anniversary month must be advanced by the amount of time you are on leave. For salary increase purposes, it would be set at the beginning of the nearest pay period. In this case, your new anniversary month will be July. is coming GAINESVILLE FLORIDA CAMPUS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION AUTO LOANS AVAILABLE for UF faculty and staff 6% dividend $$Is/NN/NNEINNsNINNNINENNIIINI//ININNNIINNN/$/ININ/IINN/IIN/INNNNA v/Inns//ssssssssNewIsssssssssssssess/ssIz1112|| m M & 2

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Tuaadg~,. February 21. t9~'I/rhsPicsrida Alligator, F~ag~ it Tus&y, Fsbojof2 :, f9h, -T tffc*Ids Alliptor,'sq; I!-* SUPERVISOR PROUD OF COLLECTION New Latin Section At Bookstore By CARL CRAWFORD Alligator Feature Editor Danile Mesa, paperback supervisor for the Campus Shop and Bookstore at the UF, is proud of the new Latin American paperback section he established for the store. Mesa has been a Gainesville resident for eight years. In 1963, he came to Gainesville from Cuba, where he was a lawyer. MESA WORKED at the Florida Book Store for five years, then began working at the campus store where he was made paperback supervisor. Pointing at the nine rows of paperback books, Mesa said he does not consider paperbacks that are required reading for UF By DEE DEE ESPOSITO Alligator Writer International scholars in linguistics came together Feb. 17-20 at UF in the first Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages. The conference, which was the first of its kind, dealt with the study of the Romance languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, Rumanian and Spanish) within the modem theory of generative grammar. THIS THEORY, which was developed 13 years ago, is today one of the leading theories of linguistics in the world. Eight of the best known scholars in the field of linguistics presented papers at the conference. Fourteen additional papers were presented by professors from all over the world. The 21 papers read were topically organized into seven sessions. Three complementary or inter-related readings were followed by verbal exchange among the authors and open discussion with the 100 participants attending. UF GRADUATE students and professors joined linguists from France, Spain, Mexico, Nicaragua and Canada at the meetings. courses his department. "There are 17,000 titles represented in these shelves, 2,000 of which are popular books, the rest dealing with subjects taught here at the university," Mesa said. MESA SAID HE has 23,000 paperbacks on file in his office, 5 per cent of which are popular books, which he calls fiction, "The exchange of ideas that took place created a spirit of solidarity and comradeship," D. Jean Casagrande, assistant professor of Romance Languages and co-organizer of the symposium, said. Dr. Bohdan Saciuk, assistant professor of Spanish and Portuguese Linguistics, joined Casagrande 10 months ago in organizing the symposium. SACIUK AND Casagrande said they consider the conference a success. "Many universities have expressed interest in having future meetings of this sort," Saciuk said, "The important thing is to keep the newly created group in touch; able to have meaningful interaction and a regular exchange of ideas." Another result of the symposium is the soon-to-be-released publication of the proceedings, "Generative Studies in Romance Languages." "The publication will make the papers and ideas shared here available to linguists throughout the world," Saciuk said. "Those who began the conference knowing each other only through their works ended up knowing each other personally," Casagrande said, "The symposium has created a kinship among linguists which I think will continue." mysteries and adventures. The books are divided into subjects. The biggest section is history and political science. "I consider that my best section too, because I'm interested in history and political science as a lawyer," Mesa said. HISTORY AND political science are also his biggest sellers, according to Mesa. Mesa said most people think the bookstore does most of its business at the beginning of quarters when students are buying books for their classes, or at quarter's end when students are selling back used books and buying books for the upcoming quarter. "This isn't true. The bookstore, especially the paperback department, does more business in between the start and end of quarters, because instructors are recommending books students can read, and students buy them," Mesa said. good business, according to Mesa. "I think the young people here are looking for changes or a new way of life. I think they look for these in religion and philosophy and I think this is good," said Mesa., The big interest in religion and philosophy began a year ago Mesa estimates, and the biggest sellers deal with Far and Near East religious cults. THE SECTION MESA is most proud of is the Latin America section. The biggest sellers in the Latin American section deal with the life of Che Guevera. Mesa says he does not agree with the thinking of Che, but stocks books on him because they are good sellers. The biggest sellers among popular books for the last six months, according to Mesa are "'Love Story, "Selling of a President, 1968"99 and "Andromeda Strain." MESA ESTIMATES 95 per "MY WIFE SAYS "Love cent of all paperbacks sold are Story" is a good book because it recommended by instructors. tells the story of two different The section Mesa dislikes cultures overcoming their mothe section aslkes backgrounds for love," Mesa most is a section called said. astrology, palmistry, and prophecy. "The books on the shelves are not the only books people can "I don't like this thing of buy. We will order any people trying to read the stars, paperback the people show an but they sell so I put them in," interest in," Mesa said. said Mesa. Mesa keeps a file of 23,000 THE RELIGION and paperback selections in his philosophy section also does office. 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Luxury Living at a reasonable price. 378-9947 (B-St-88-p) Sublet furnished 1 bedroom (twin beds) apartment; air conditioned, gas heat, patio. $130 mo. Immediate occupancy. 376-8626 1918 SW 14th Terrace (B-10t-80-p) Sublet one bedroom apt avail March 14 call before 2 or after 5:00 373-2889 (B-4t-89-p) WA TIE13 ...;;;;.;;.;;;;.;;;;;;;; .;-;;;;;;;.--.;. Female roommate for spring quarter. University Gardens Bldg. 712 rm. 310 $47.50 plus utilities. lease runs thru June. call 373-3614 (C-5t-89-p) Female roommate for spring quarter French Quarter rent 51.25 Lease ends June call 373-3539 anytime (C-5t-89-p) WANT TO RENT 1 bedroom furnished Apt or House for spring and summer quarter near campus or relatively close. call 373-3073 1 female roommate wanted Sprg. Qutr. Point West Apts. $58.75 mth. + utilities. Call 378-5507 (C-5t-89-p) Female freak to share apt with 3 others private bedroom move in now no rent until April $70 mo utilities 373-3454 (C-St-89-p) Wanted: 10-speed, preferably large frame (231a") Call Roy 373-2316 after 1 pm also -am subletting landmark apt for summer -up to 4 people (C-3t-87-p) Complete front-end assembly to fit 250-500cc motorcycle. Preferably a 305-350 Honda. Need other body parts also. Call 372-2748 after 5pm. Roger (C-5t-85-p) 2 female roommates to share bedroom with private bath in hawaiian village 2 bedroom apt. $55 plus utilities. Call 373-3964 (C-10t-87-p) WA NT3ED Female to sublet room at La Mancha. $70 includes everything. Call Jan at 372-8700. (C-5t-85-p) Female roommate: Spring quarter away from the noise of campus. A/c, central heating, big kitchen, 43.75 + 1/ util call 373-3706 (C-5t-86-p) Female roomate for Village Park No.55 spring & summer qtr. move in any time. pool air etc. 378-8668 $42,50 + util. (C-5t-86-p) Female roommate: Spring quarter in 2 bedroom Landmark apt No. 167 March rent is free. Please call 378-6592 after 4pm (C-5t-86-p) Need one male roommate for spring quarter in the Place. Rent $75 including utils. Call 373-3519 at anytime. (C-5t-86-p) One male roommate for Spring Quarter French Quarter Apt. 88, $45/mo. plus 11 utilities. Call 378-4784 after 5pm. (C-5t-85-p) 2 female roommates to share 2 bdrm. Gatortown apt. with 2 girls $47.50 per mo. + 1/4 util. Call Michelle 373-4304 or 376-9647 (C-10t-84-p) Female roommate for spring qtr la bonne vie townhouse $54 mo. + 1/4 utilities 372-1987 (C-5t-87-p) I-I EXI.P WA NTEI3~ Red Raider camps interviews for summer counselors, March 1, Teitz union, G22, 2:00 p.m. (E-5t-89-p) Listeners wanted again! Will pay $2.00 for one hour session. Must be native English speaking and have normal hearing. Please call LeVan between 8 and 5 for appointment. 392-2049. (E-12t-84-c) Today's more for your money meal atmORRISORS CAFETERIA I TUESDAY'S FEATURE GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN I 'ALL YOU CAN EAT I 4I WEDNESDAY' SI V FEATURE 3! FISH ALMONDINE WITH HUSH PUPPIES OR OA FRENCWHFRIED19 POTATOES LUNCH: 11 tit 2 SUPPER:4:30 t 8FREE PARKING OjRR iSOfl's CAFETERIA et.n the ydicomparis a 2620 N.V'. 13th Street in the Gainesville Mail

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Tuesday, February 23, 1971, The Florkia Alligator, Page 13 FORD GALAXY 1964 Good :ondition, power steering, heater, adio, top grade new tyres $495 or 2est offer Phone 378-8401 G-5t-86-p) 67 Dodge Coronet 440 wagon fact AC PS PB pwr rear window air shocks 4 new polyglas tires v-8 uses rag gas 3-seat model asking $1500. 373-1524 (G-5t-83-p) AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE 1967 excellent condition must see under 33000 miles $950 or best offer 392-0560 392-0520 (G-2t-87-p) 65 mustang 3 speed 289 very good mechanical condition. $725 call 3 92-7 344 (G-2t487-P) MGA 1600 1960 excellent cond new top paint wire wheels good Interior adials corelas 3722340 (G-t-aa-p) 59 BMW 2002 air cond. 4-speed 2 new radials very good cond. $1995 57 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE good cond. $750 37&-0308 evaninga. (G-St-85-p) P0 RSCHE lmost completely stored. 1959 356A engine 912+ nany extras much invested. Acsino 52250 offers tvadest 581 LaBonne Vie 361 378-5823 must see. (G-3t-89-p) 65 Mustang 3speed 289 radio and heater. Very clean $725 or trade for 'cycle of equivalent value (G-2t-89-p) Ford galaxy 1963. Air conditioning, Radio and heater. Good shape. $200.00 or best offer. Phone 378-7582 or 392-1951. ask for Jose. (G-5t-89.p) 66 GTO in excellent condition, new 4-speed trans, tires, and more. $1150 or best offer. Call 373-3127 after 5 p.m. (G-5t-89-P) POERSOfAL Co-Eds Facial Hair removed forever, fast, low-cost gentle ,hair removal. Edmund Dwyer. Elocta$ogist. 102 N.W. 2"d Ave. Call 372-8039 for appointment.'J-44t-54-pl rired of apt living? CLO beapeninge for the spring l block behindKrystal .only $195/qt for room and 3 meals a day. Vince at 3769473 J-23t-75-p) if you are female and going to europe In early April please call Pam 378-6890 need help desperately parent hassle (J-5t-89-p) Dear Pogo: Can you believe it? We are half way there. Happy Anniversary, sweetheart. I love you. Forever, Kaka. (J-1t-89-p) Nanny, war is hell, life's a bitch, and I love you regardless. 2LLDTG. my pictures please or no more xoxo presents. stay true-blue BBBLOVESN tJ-lt-89-pi Furs, navy 13 button wool bells, pea coats, bush jackets, as well as real antique glass frames other goodies available call 378-0463 after 5pm (J-2t-89-p) SHIRT SALE 25% to 50% off Spanish Main 1642 W. University open 10 am till 10pm Mon. thru Set. (J-3t-87-p) Get that old beat up poster off the wal & bring it over to us. veill give you 50 cents trade in allowance on a new one. Spanish Main 1642 W. Univ. (J-5t-47-p) Drawing and painting taught in private studio. Work at your own pace. individual instruction designed to develop your interests. 373-1947 (J-5t486-p) Tenantsl Organizers now forming the Gainesville Tenants' Assoc. For information call Mike Pugh at 392.165. Get off your apathy (J-15t-79-p) Gainesville Artisans Market original pottery, leatherwork, knitting, and sewing, and beautiful graphics all handmade by local artisans 105 W. University Ave. (J-5t-86-p) LOST &c FOUNJ3 Found: pair of men's prescription sunglasses at corner N.W. 17st. and univ. aye, by catholic church Weds. pick up at Reitz Union lost & found (L-3t-89-p) $100 REWARD for any information leading to the whereabouts of a 66 VW metallic brown, green tinted glass, airscoop on back, good year racing, tires, driving lamps, wood dashboard. Please notify UPD or call 376-6575 (L-5t-86-p) CONIINCo urn~I~. f:W A U T.S.A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8-track cartridges custom Recorded 2 or more albums on 80-min Capitol tapes. $4 Inc tape or will beat any competitive offers. 378-5916 nights (M-5t-85-p) Wedding rings and other. -body ornaments sculpted and handcrafted in silver, gold, and other materials. Very reasonable. 373-1947 (M-5t-86-p) Typing themes, theses, papers, etc. Guaranteed accuracy and neatness. Electric ty writer $.50 and up Phone 378-7493 very good references (M-5t-87.o) Lost: K&E slide rule, between frat. row & little hall Feb. 15-30 yrs old sentimental value -reward If found call 373-2397 (L-2t-87-p) Found: pair of men's prescription sunglasses at corner of NW 17st. and Univ ave. by catholic church Feb. 13 pick up at Reitz Union lost & found (L-3t-88-p) SERVICES % .. Exp'd Theses & Dissertations Del-Ray Typing Service 50 cents and up per page 373-1984 days 373-1429 aft 6. (M-l0t-80-p) Typing, dissertations, briefs, term papers, etc. IBM, fast, accurate, dependable. Highly approved by Grad. Sch. Call Nancy, 378-6359 (M-3t-87-p) INCOME TAX returns prepared 35 N. Main St. 378-9666 or 378-6127 Haber & Budd Accountants (m-46t-57-p) PROFESSIONAL Draft Counseling Medic-legal-psychologic, open Sat. & Sundays, 3265 Virginia St. No. 1, Miami, 446-6583 appointments. (m-25t-72-p) STUD SERVICE AKC registered black mineature poddle ribbon winner good confirmation & disposition guarented resort, 373-1059 evenings (M-5t-86-p) Your HONDA won't run?? Steve at the CYCLE WORKS will pick It up FREE. Call him at 373-4080 for the best and least expensive service for your Honda. (M-St-86-p) Alternators generators starters electrical systems tested and repaired. Auto-Electric Service, 1111 S. Main 378-7330. Nowl BankAmericard and Master Charge. (m-tfc) HORSES BOARDED finest care & facilities convenient stalls pasture tack room wooded trails lighted ring beautiful grounds 373-1059 (M-St-86-p) We're wired for sight at the smallest eyeglass office In town. Drive your own waiting room to UNIVERSITY OPTICIANS at 519 SW 4th Ave., across from Greyhound Bus Station, 378-4480. (m-tfc) ALL16ATOR CLASSIREDS To order declassified, use the form below. Fill in the boxes allowing 1 box for ech letter, space and punctuation mark. Count 2 boxes for CApital letters. Don't use hyphens at the end of a line (which contains 35 characters). Use additional form if more than 4 lines are required. Minimum charge is $1.00 for 4 line$. For each additional line; add $.25. Multiply the total by the number of days the ad is to run. Subtract the discount for consecutive insertions (if applicable). Mail the ad, with remittance (check preferred) to: Alligator Classifieds, Room 330, Reitz Union, Gainesville, Florida 32601. No refunds. Deadline -3OO pjn 2 days pior to sting day DO NOT ORDER BY PHONE eA 0 00 000C300 I 0 -W --z C z 00000 a C 0z CC)D 'a -I Z NOW! DON'T MISS? (Mkche~l CNeW". IN 1:40 3:40 S:335 7:40 9:41 LAST 5 3 DAYS SHOWS .: 3 2:20 4:4 7:03 3:20 w jo.% f.10 al RPPP' -qqv.p"-

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Page 14, The Florida Alligqtpr, Tuesday. February 23, 1971 Ellenson Probes TheSubconscious By GENE ELLENSON (FITOR'S NOTE: Gene Ellenson, UF executive assistant athletic director, is a firm believer in the power of the subconscious mind and its positive effects on the performances of the human body. By request Elenson explains an idea he has used in his coaching career to get the most out of his athletes. The article, however, is directed toward the non-athlete student, who according to Ellenson may also find his advice beneficial.) I've debated about doing this article. If only a few random ideas are put out, the reader is apt to scoff and dismiss the whole thing as hocus-pocus. On the other hand if these "unusual" ideas are supported by facts and medical information, it would take a lot more space than is available. If the reader is stimulated to find out more about the power of the mind, it is suggested he get a copy of "The Magic Power of Your Mind" by Walter Germain, and study it carefully. Let's just assume that you accept the fact that auto-suggestion is possible. The first thing you do is to write down this sentence and put it up in a place that you see every day -such as your mirror. "I can only be successful and happy if I have humble but reasonable confidence in my own powers." Next you must use the conscious mind to unlock the subconscious mind. We all know the conscious mind controls the five senses. What most of us do not know is -that the subconscious mind, through the medium of the autonomic (or sympathetic) nervous system, controls all bodily functions. The subconscious has a perfect memory. It also can communicate in some manner other than the recognized five senses. Lastly, and most important, the subconscious is amenable to control by the power of suggestion. From all I've been able to gather there are two triggers that bridge the gap from the conscious to the subconscious. One is faith and the other is emotion. Remember this, your emotions, not your intelligence, rule your behavior. If you have FROM $23 4 GENE ELLESON ..positive thinker faith, and are in a state of deep seated emotion, you can auto-suggest to your subconscious. Just before you go to sleep (the conscious mind must be "quieted") you can implant humble and reasonable goals of your life into the subconscious. This procedure can work both ways. If you are dominated by negative emotions such as greed, fear, anger, defeatism, jealousy, hate, etc., it is almost impossible for these powerful emotions to C~atrs Charge Past Ole Miss OXFORD, Miss. -The Gators came back strong in the second half Monday night, scoring 53 points, ,to coast to a 85-68 basketball victory over the Ole Miss Rebels, minus Johnny Neumann, the nation's leading scorer. UF's Earl Findley scored 24 points to lead all scorers Neumann was at his father's side in Memphis, Tenn., after the elder Neumann suffered two heart attacks Saturday. be adequately controlled by one 's ability to reason. This causes malfunctioning of one's autonomic nervous system and is sure to produce poor performance and even psychosomatic illness. In order to achieve greatness in any endeavor a person must synchronize positive feeling attitudes with all the reasoning powers of the cortex. He can call on the marvelous "inner brain", the subconscious. He isn't consciously aware that he is doing this. Ask anyone who has created a masterpiece in any field. He will tell you that he can't really recall how it happened. We write this off as inspiration. Many great men keep a note pad available at all times, night and day, for these messages from "somewhere". Thomas Edison confessed to receiving "messages" late at night. It was simply that he was in tune with his subconscious. Famous writers will tell you that, in this mental state, the words seemingly leap out, and it is almost difficult to record them mechanically, for they come so fast. For years, as an athletic coach, I have been interested in the relationship between mental attitude and performance. I formed up a "positive molecule theory." It was sort of tongue in cheek. It started as a joke, but a joke only in that it did stimulate humble but reasonable confidence. The idea was that the brain emitted tiny but powerful molecules that could come out in waves and exert a physical force on people, places and things. This force can actually alter or influence the things at which they are directed. We all laughed a little bit on the outside, but the more we gO @090@00S* 00 0 0 00 0 0 C :000 CO:O000009 0 0 000 0 0 0 0 C 0* 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Do you still need books for this term and plan to buy them inter? As a Service to you, the student, this ad is to notify you that the Campus Shop and Bookstore will be making returns to the publisher of un-sold books for the current term beginning February 25. If you still need books for this term -come In Dl .1Cat t n ithe The Florida Alligator thought about it, the more we began to believe it inside. There is a strong religious connection here, but I don't have enough space to develop that theme. All I can say, at this time, is that I believe that by the "temperature" (or mental output) a person can influence those things around him. TONIGHT L 'The Story of Hitler's Last-Ditch Offensive.' Hey Fn, Reimt thaw, Eet mte ye, Dame Aedovm, Pier Angel, larbara Wele, Beerge in cartoon fealurs Shows: 25~ 7:54:15 pm.5 admission presented by S.G.P. I,'

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Tuesday, F abr 23, 1971, The d Alligator, Page 15 UF Downs Florida Atlantic In Preparation For Rollins TOM KENNEDY RAY HEIDEMA GRABS SINGLES WIN ..defeats Franic Bussey 6-2, 6-3 The UF tennis team won its second straight win of the young season with a 8-0 trouncing over Florida Atlantic University Monday afternoon at the Florida tennis courts. The Florida Atlantic competition was a comparatively easy workout for today's 2:30 Wrestlers Cancel Dual Monday night's dual wrestling match between UF and the University of Tampa was cancelled Monday afternoon, and will not be rescheduled. UF coach Keith Tennant said Tampa's coach called Monday afternoon and said that recent injuriesand sickness would force the Tampa squad to forfeit six weight classes if it were to compete. Intramurc Sigma Chi opened up a snappy 48-point lead in the Orange League race by crisply defeating the TEPs, 38-27, in basketball action Wednesday night. The TEPs opened up a 12-10 first quarter lead but were then outscored, 13-2, in the second period to ensure their defeat. They managed to close the gap to seven in the third quarter, but the Sigs had little trouble in icing the victory. BALANCED SCORING on the part of the Sigs was instrumental in victory. Rick Benet led the team with 12 points, but Kevin Rhinehart added eight, Bill McCall five, and Jeff Burr four points. The win gave the Sigma Chis the bracket II championship and the right to play Phi Delta Theta in the semi-finals. Meanwhile, second place Sigma Nu and third place SAE each managed to win only one game in their respective brackets. In the only other game Wednesday night the Betas stoppedthe ATOs,49-42. IN TIE Blue League, Delta Tau Delta continued on its rperry way dissoving the Delta -AM US REP BOB STACY 3-5222 MtL.R-BR OWN 4222 N W 13th ST. Sigs, 51-21. Gator football star Jim Hadley led all scorers with 14 points for the Delts. In other league action AGR stopped Phi Psi 37-16, DU crashed Sigma Alpha Mu, 33-13, and Chi Phi moved a step closer to the finals by coming from behind to edge the Theta Chis, 31-29. In the Independent Bowling League, the Bisons were upset by SC&BAI 1610-1506. The Bisons had been averaging over 1600 points a match prior to that game. THE STRIKERS also moved to the finals by beating the Free Radicals, 1556-1459. Lyle Wilson bowled a 219 first game for the Strikers. Uuesoa carp, FIND IT UNDER AUTOS IN GATOR CLASSIFIEDS BRIT T CRIT TEN TON ia Independents are reminded that the deadline for signing up for volleyball has been extended to today at 5 p.m. In Law League basketball action the Personal Fouls were knocked off by the Trotters, 47-45, in the biggest upset of the year. The last day for signing up for dormitory bowling is Wednesday at 5 p.m. All interested dormitory sections should contact the Intramural Office at room 229 Florida Gym or call 392-0581. [.---. match with a talented Rollins team at the Florida courts. THE GATORS captured all the singles and took two doubles before the final event was called off because of a light rain. UF's top seeded Ray Heidema defeated Franic Bussey 6-2, 6-3, Ricky Knight defeated Guido Alvarez 7-5, 6-1, Tony Pospisil defeated George Turke 6-0, 6-0, Bruce Bartlett defeated Ralph Brink 6-0, 6-0, Bing Nobles defeated Maurice Bueno 6-2,,. 6-0, and Mike McCaffery defeated Fred Sagret 6-0, 6-2. Bartlett and Nobles teamed to down Turke and Brink 6-1, 6-1, while McCaffery and John Powell beat Bruno and Sagert 6--1, 8-6. POSPISIL AND Rusty Addie split sets with their Florida Atlantic opponents before the match was stopped. "We won," coach Bill Potters said, looking to today's battle with a tough Rollins squad. UF, now 2-0, won its first match of the season Saturday against the University of South Florida. Florida Atlantic is 0-1. DEROSA FEATURING CHUCK WAGON STEAKS FROM 99c OPEN 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM -7 Days Weekly Westgate Shopping Center -PHONE 378-3320 3321 W. University Ave. -Gainesville, Florida PIZZA CARRY OUTS-DINING ROOM 5 Now serving the University of Florida the finest in Italian: Pizzas Hot Poor Boy Sandwiches Spaghetti and Ravioli Casseroles o Fried Chicken, Fish,& Shrimp Baskets ALSO Golden FrenchFries e Crisp Chef SalaOds e Oven-Baked Garlic Bread. Whether you eat it here, or take it with you, ty Pasqualeos for finest Italian food In Galnesvite. Phone ahead & your order will be ready in minutes 378.423 1720 W. University Ave -11:00 a.m. l2:00p.m. Caol: 378.93 a,. I TAKE THE 30 MINUTE DRIVE AND -,SAVE! -HOURS WEEKDAYS8AM -6PM SATURDAY 8AM -1PM GAINESVILLE PHONE 372-0103 ANYTIME BY APPOINTMENT P ROMlil --------------llillilitlililllllillllilllliiliillllilllilillliilillllililin R illRillillinnillilllillillilRililNiilliim#llimlintilllintillillillllililillilllillilllillinillininGRimnBI i 1

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Page 16, The Florida Algtr Tuesday, Febrary ?2, 1971. Alligator, NOW LOOK TO SEC CHAMPIONSHIP Swimmers Claim Southern Collegiate By MARK ROSNER Alligator Sports Writer The UF swim team, with an eye on the Southeastern Conference title, outscored eight other teams to win the Southern Intercollegiate Championships, this past weekend in Athens, Ga. The three-day event concluded Saturday with the Gators edging out a tough Southern Illinois team, 517-444. FSU finished third with a score of 218. Kansas, South Carolina, Georgia, Oklahoma and Texas followed in that order. "IT WAS a real tough meet but the boys swam real well and I'm very proud of them," coach Bill Harlan said. On the first day of the meet, Mark McKee placed first in the individual medley with a time of 4:16.94. At the end of Thursday's competition, the Gators trailed Southern Illinois, 117-84. The Gators cut Southern Illinois lead down to four points at the end of Friday's competition with the help of KIEZEK, LEWIS COMPETE PowersV By SIM SMITH Alligator Correspondent First base has traditionally represented Gator infields as the slugging position. This year will be no exception as Larry Kiezek and Steve Lewis vie for that spot. Kiezek is a native Floridian. He graduated from Fort Walton Beach Choctawhatchee High School where he was selected as an all-Big Five Conference catcher. HE HAS suffered a series of painful finger injuries, complicated with arthritis, during the last two years. "Most boys would have quit with injuries like that," said coach PA. Lee. "But not Larry. He is a real competitor." Last year Kiezek saw action as a catcher in about half of the games and hit .318. This spring he is belting the ball at a .465 clip, this time at fsrst base. "FIRST BASE has given me another chance to play baseball. I don't believe I could catch again," he said. Kiezek said he would like to have sole position of first but acknowledged that he had stiff competition from Lewis. Lewis, or "Big Lew" as his teammates call him, hails from Westville, N.Y. where he too was an all-conference choice in high school. Resembling a bad guy from a Clint Eastwood movie, Lewis presents a menacing figure at the plate. The big port side swinger hit .302 for the B team last season, and has shown potential so far this year. "Lew has great power," said coach Lee. Lewis has hit the longest ball of the spring, a shot that traveled 425 feet on the fly. His defensive work has also drawn praise from head coach Dave Fuller. WITH KIEZEK, a righthander, and Lewis, swinging from the left, the question of platooning may be brought up. "It is a very definite possibility," said Coach Fuller, who doesn't like to platoon. But Fuller said both men look too good to sit the bench. BILL DORNEY MARK McKEE -200-yard backstroke .400 individual medley Bruce Williams and Gary AL i jChelosky. Williams took top ie i St honors in the 200-freestyle with a time of 1:46.48 while Chelosky won the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:00.37. To add to the complications BILL DORNEY and Jamie Tom Delaney, a FSU transfer Murphy took second place student, will be eligible to play finishes in the 100-yard next quarter, and he too has backstroke and 200-yard shown promise at first. EO Jjry~ individual medley, respectively. On the final day of competition Chelosky won the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:10.33, and Steve McDonnell captured the 1 00-yard butterfly event. "Depth really paid off for us in this meet. We didn't have as many first place finishes as Southern Illinois but we iad more consistent higher finishes," Harlan said. IN THE MEET, four more swimmers qualified for the NCAA Championships. McKee qualified in the 400 individual medley, Chelosky, in the 100-yard breaststroke and 800-yard freestyle relay Dorney in the200-yard backstroke and McDonnell in the 100-yard butterfly. Harlan hopes that his team's depth will enable them to -win the SEC Championships March 4-6. The scoring for that meet will be championship scoring. First place is awarded 16 points, second place 13 and third place 12 points. In dual meets, first place is given five points, second is awarded three points and third place is one point. 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