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: VOLUME 83, 5,1990



11 Lombardi ushers in new era at UF I 1



''a I High hopes. controlled chaos highlight first week
-
-
By RONALD DUPONT JR. Latin America as he is speaking to someone who is going to get in the
If f Alligator Writer groups of students.It trenches with us."

t Amidst is this type of contrasting style Another image of Lombardi! is
whirl of and
l a controversy that has won him praise from faculty, painted by UPs faculty union presi-
high expectations, 47-year-old John
administrators and students-all of
dent,Jane Brockmann,who said the
lombardi! scholar, leader and
whom say Lombardi!is putting them new president will focus his atten-
I I. driver of a red pickup truck- will first.
\. begin today as UPs president. tion on teachers.

i- Known for his diversity of knowledge "He is going to be a student's "We're very close to being major
e and contrasts in style, president," said UPs Student Body public university in teaching and
\- Lombardi! left The Johns Hopkins President-elect Michael Browne.
t University as its academic affairs "I'm excited about that. We've got see Lombard), page 8 i
vice president to replace UPs Rob-
ert Bryan as president of the nation's
10th largest university.
Hailed by students and faculty
alike as UPs savior, Lombardi! ar- to %d.
rives at a time when UF is battling
athletic scandals and racism. At the
same time, it is completing its most
. successful fund-raising campaignand
is well into its drive to becomea
national top-10 public university. 4 Al
- Lombardi! knows that he will be
I expected to make hard decisions 16
r right away. There is no time for
weeks of getting familiar with UF.
"I'm excited,"Lombardi!said from

1 driving
land. "I think it's great to come intoa i7 R
I
university and dive into it. I'm
looking forward to meeting a thou- .
sand people. I'm looking forward to
seeing the students.

,. This is wonderful stuff."
Lombardi!arrived in Gainesville in
his red pickup truck, an obvious
contrast to the luxury cars driven by
I other UF administrators. But
Lombardi's driving ;"reference: is
only one example of his contrasting

styles. .
KEVIN WISNIEWSW -ALLIGATOR
I He has the ability to speak in high Lombardi! speaks at his first news conference last November
academic tones one moment, then after accepting the offer to be UPs next president. I IPlayers
Joke around the next. He is Just as
at ease writing books about life In


::1 Students have own ideas about what's important I

-
Q This Is the first of a 5-part series California native's first task will be halting have been scrutinized by federal the behavior of some staff, faculty and administrators
I examining the Issues facing President John UPs unsportsmanlike conduct. grand Juries,the Drug Enforcement Admin- makes the learning'experience
Lombardi as he leads UF into a new "He's got to clean up the athletics," said istration and the National Collegiate Athletic difficult
decade. Chuck Gaillard, a business administration Association charges Including 1 think the people that work here have
By GEOFF BOUCHER Junior. "He's got to Illegal gambling, sexual battery this very distant attitude and I don't think f
Alligator Staff Writer get those bums out of there. If he and drug use. they're very helpful," Fisher said. *A lot of
does that, UF will be set. We've Senior. Doug Berman, cam the time you tell them your problem and ira
Put a stop to embarrassing athletic scan- already got the academics. paign manager for City Commission like,'Oh, OK. Now go away so I can do my l I
dals, teach your employees some manners "I talk to my friends up north candidate Mike Murphy work.!" '
and find a way to soothe campus hostility.And and an I hear is, 'UF this' and said Lombardi! can Improve UFs Student Body President Ed Scales also
oh yeah, get me a parking space, too. 'UF that,'and I I'm sick of it," Gail- tarnished national image by pay- said Lombardi! needs to perform some atti-
While none of UPs 34,000 students knows lard, a Philadelphia native, said. Ing more attention to 'teachers tude adjustment on UF employees.
what John Lombardi will do.hla first weekas "I want to go to a school with' than to touchdowns. "Right now when you go to Tigert Hall,
president, many of them know what he ,national respect.I want to be able "You look at the schools UD you get the impression the feeling is, This
should do and they're happy to tell the to say, 'I go to UP and be proud."' north and they have sports,they have team'sand university would be a nice place without
former provost of The Johns Hopkins Uni- Many Gator fans'find' pride hard to come they have athletics of all sorts but those 34,000 students,",Scales said. "And
versity all about it. by after suffering through two years of allegations they're not as gung-ho," Berman said.; that's an attitude that has to go. We've got
The concerns of students range from the investigations and resignations.Three "Maybe we go a little too far. There is a to have a president that's willing to be a
growing specter of racism at UF to campus of UPs top coaches left under fire, reason"the school is here, and it isn't for hands-on president when it comes to student
construction putting a dentin already-scarce two of them making abrupt, midseasonexits. sports. affairs."
parking. But if Lombardi's priorities are .A fourth coach has been booed openly Liberal arts Junior Rachel Fisher also says see Students, page 8
decided by the number of complaints, the and hanged In effigy. UPs purpose is education. But Fisher said


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?L. ALLIGATOR, MONDAY; MARCH 9,11990CAMPUS


I NEWS Your World


G Gay groups battle ROTC policy while sleeping in her dorm room at LeHigh UniversityIn

Gay-activist groups from private and public universities Pennsylvania.The .
across the country are protesting the U.S. Clery Bill which requires schools to collect
Defense Department's long-standing sexual orienta- accurate crime statistics and release them upon request -
tion discrimination policy The Daily HIM reported. is law In Florida Pennsylvania and West Vir-

The Coalition for Equal Opportunity at ginia.
Northwestern University along with groups operating The parents of University of Georgia student Dana
at other campuses are asking universities that Getzinger who was stabbed in her Athens apartmentby
promote anti-discriminatory policies to disassociate an intruder in 1988 are pushing for a national
themselves from ROTC. housing rating program for college campuses.
The military has discriminated against The program proposed by Jim and Liza Getzinger
homosexuals since its inception according to Bill will rate on- and off-campus housing according to P.We

Caldwell, Defense Department spokesman.Its safety and area crime statistics.
policy states that "homosexual behavior is Incompatible o Theta Xl's charter revokedThe
with military service," but many schoolsare National Board of Directors of the Theta XI
trying to change this. fraternity withdrew the University of Washington
chapter's charter and suspended all chapter member-
o Parents push for campus safety ships following an investigation of a hazing incident can help.
Parents of two students victimized by campus involving two sheep The Daily of the University of
crime have gotten legislation passed in three states to Washington reported.
increase awareness of campus crime and improve Theta Xi was accused of violating its national Depression Stress Management
safety measures for college students according to hazing policy after Seattle Police found two sheep in
The Red and Black an independent newspaper servo the Theta Xi house's boiler room during Hell Week. Anxiety Eating Disorders
ing the University of Georgia community. The police also found several pledges smeared with
Howard and Connie Clery have proposed the Clery peanut butter and Crisco who were wearing only their Relationship Drug & Alcohol
Bill to several state legislatures in memory of their underwear.
daughter Jeannie 19, who was murdered in 1986 EUZABETH CLARKE Conflicts Problem'sprivate


. WHAT'S HAPPENINGCommunication caring


: The G. Paul 5:30: in Weil Hall Room 320. Can Leo NOW: Campus National Organization PSYCHOLOGISTS & PSYCHIATRISTS
Moore Communication Symposiumwill 374-6868. for Women will\ meet tonight at
begin this morning at 8:30: in the Wycliffe: The Wycliffe missionary 7 at Kesl's Coney Island downtown. 376-8700 .
Reitz Union Auditorium. Call 392- will have a banquet tonight at 7 Call Joyce 336-0940 or Erica 374- j
2041. at the University Holiday Inn.A missionary 7222.
COAR: Campus Organized from Peru will report on the Bible Trivia: Chi Alpha Campus Insurance Accepted
Against Rape will have a peer education work of Bible translation. Call Hattie Ministry will meet tonight at 7 in
training session today at 3 in Douglas, ((904)) 454-1214. Turlington Hall Room 2342 for Bible Associates for Evaluation & Therapy P.A.
Reitz Union Room 122. Call 392- Words: The Gainesville Scrabble Trivia. Call Dave, 395-7178. .
1161. ext. 294. Players Club will meet tonight at 7 at Welcome: The official student
Chiles: The College Democrats Books in the Gator Plaza. Call 374- welcome for UF President John '
present Lawton Chiles today at 4 in 4241. Lombardi!will be Tuesday at 12:30: at
Reitz Union Room 346. Call 395- Career: Peer Counselors the Reitz Union North Lawn. Lom-
8514. present a Career Development bardi! will\ address students at 1:15: a
| Engineering: The Hispanic Engineering Workshop tonight at 7:30: in Reitz and meet with them afterward. Call
t I Society will meet today at Union Room 347. Call 392-1575. Jilan Carroll 3921691. r

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    2 women contend for





    Blue Key presidencyBy



    DEBBIE CENZIPER unlikely that anyone will try without cam-
    paigning first Cox said. The
    Alligator Writer new president
    will take office April 20.

    Two women are vying for the top spot Both presidential candidates, educa-
    of Florida Blue Key, UPs prestigious tion graduate student Lynda Wasula and Ilk 0,
    leadership honorary, and if there are no third-year law student Kelley Geraghty
    unexpected contenders,it will be the first said It's time for a woman to be presidentof
    time Blue Key has a woman president.Blue Blue Key. Women make up about 40

    Key President Ernie Cox said percent of the organization.

    women have run for the presidency in Wasula, who has been a member of
    the past but were beaten by their male Blue Key since the fall of 1988, said a
    counterparts. Women have held almost woman president will offer Blue Key a
    every other office in the organization different perspective and sense of sensi

    though,including the vice presidency,he tivity.

    said. "It's hard to explain"Wasula said"but

    "Having a woman president is not an women can bring additional things to the
    issue with the chapter,"Cox said."Peopleare chapter that men can't bring. I think it's k
    looking at what individuals have something that needs to happen."

    done." Wasula said she heard Blue Key SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATOR

    Although other Blue Key memberscan alumni may not be too receptive to a Finger-food

    still run for the spot on the night of see Women, page 13 UP junior Sean Milarski plays with Mo his 5-month-old albino ferret, Sunday. I
    the election, scheduled for March 14, it's


    I SG to begin polling students under Browne's plan I


    By JOHN DAHLBERG day, said he will begin Campus from them. scientific," Browne said. "My ad- needed for the project will cost

    Alligator Writer Polling, Inc. after Spring Break. Campus Polling, Inc. will seek ministration will write and admin- about $200,Browne said.The pollsters -
    The permanent program will sur- student opinions on issues such as ister the questions initially." will be volunteers.In .

    Student Government must know vey about 300 UF students each campus race relations, UF friend- Within one year, the program the
    past, polling was
    rather than assume what month by telephone to assess their liness and funding for SG-spon- will be computerized and con- radic, said Student Affairs Vice spo-

    students want and polls are an views on campus issues. sored groups, with the first poll ducted by marketing students, President Art Sandeen. Previous
    excellent to determine this what students Browne said.This should decrease
    way asking questions
    "The program will help SG make polls were taken only as issues
    said Michael Browne student more informed decisions,"Browne want on teacher evaluation forms, error and give marketing students warranted and never became a
    body president-elect. Browne said. practical experience.
    said. "Most students don't have a
    see Polls, 14
    Browne, who will take office Fri voice. This is our way of hearing "The polls will not be totally Computer software and phones page













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    RALPH ZANFARDINO in Broward Hall, Stopka said. But three
    Alligator Writer years ago, the laboratory moved into sev-
    eral rooms on the first floor of the Women's
    Physical-education for disabled studentsat Gymnasium, which previously were used
    3 IIIaSR6S.nn.n.nu1. ... / UF is both understaffed and under-fi for storage.

    nanced,according to one UF professor who "Hie university gave us some of the
    has tried to keep the program afloat since weights that they had in storage in the
    starting It in 1982.Administrators. gym," Stopka said. "Then, with the help of
    asked Christine Stopka,a the grants I got and the help from the
    toe professor in the College of Health and graduate students, we were able to put the
    Human Performance, to organize the Spe- lab together."
    cial Physical Education Laboratory in September The program offers physical educationand
    1982. Stopka started the program recreation to both permanently and
    using federal, state and local grants. temporarily disabled people in all age
    KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
    Two competitors take a turn on the half-mile criterium racetrack set- up In a Stopka said the federal grants are only groups.
    available for one to three years and that the There are only three schools in the area
    parking lot at Sante Fe Community College last weekend.
    program is In its last year of financing."It that have units available for the physically

    takes a lot of time and trouble to get disabled, Stopka said. These schools are
    Team Florida cyclists money for the program through the grants," responsible for the' disabled in nine to 12
    said Stopka, who at times had to rely on her counties.
    own money for the supplies and tools for "Adaptive physical education needs to be

    host win bike contestBy maintaining weight machinery.The see Exercise, page 10
    laboratory first operated in a room


    Sewanee, Tenn., and Clemson, S.C., to Disability Awareness Week I

    Alligator Writer compete in the event As contest hosts,
    Team Florida provided judges, snacks on
    Drawing more than 100 riders and the race site and even floors to sleep on.
    teams from 10 colleges, the UF Cycling "Like us, the teams that come here hopes to erase stereotypes I

    Team hosted the first Southeastern Cycling aren't varsity,so they have to save money .... -
    Conference Race of the spring semester when they can,"UF junior and team mem- simulate physical disabilities during a kick-
    last week in Gainesville.For ber Dale Davis said. "I had eight guys By PATRICIA LEE off programTuesday from 8:30 to 10:25: am.
    Team Florida, it was the first from Georgia on my floor and only one and PAIGE EWALDSEN at the Reitz Union. Ken Osfield, disabled
    chance to capitalize on five months of bathroom, so things got kind of crazy." Alligator Writers student affairs dean, said he hopes Disabil-

    extensive training. On the half-mile criterium racetrack, Disabled people,usually labeled for what ity Awareness Week will raise consciousness
    "We've been training about 30 hours a held in a parking lot at Sante Fe Commu- they cannot do,will demonstrate the things on accessibility problems for disabled
    week since the last race in August," said nity College, even organized racing became they can do over the next few days, said UF students on campus.
    Tim Heffner,vice president of UF's team crazy. Three riders dropped out of professor Stuart Schwartz. "This is an awareness event," Osfield
    and a junior in the College of Health and the Mens'A-team finals during their 50th Disability Awareness Week, which be- said. "Even if it just makes one person
    Human Performance. and final lap, after a high speed crash. ginsTuesday and continues through March understand that problems do exist,we have

    "Hosting the race worked to our advantage After rounding the fourth hairpin turn, 15, is sponsored by Physically Limited University succeeded."
    because we had at least two ridersin Furman University rider Robert Babb hita Students and funded by Student Student Services consultant Hank

    each event who,attacked like running curb and slid. Heffner and UF engineering Government Reidelberger has organized a committee to
    backs-and four to five more who servedas junior Chris Bruce likewise went Through discussions,movies and presen- survey 200 buildings on campus to deter-,
    linemen and blocked the other,team's down and crashed in a domino effect No tations, organizers hope to break down stereotypes mine their accessibility for disabled stu-
    riders from advancing," Heffner said. one was injured. of disabled persons and emphasizetheir dents.

    With one of the largest teams in the "When we came on the turn, I was capabilities rather than their limi-
    "Our goal is to have all buildings on
    conference and 30 riders competing, UF drafting behind Babb when he went tations, Schwartz said. Osfield said.
    won the entire weekend event The team down," Heffner said. "I somehow hit him "People will see that people who they campus"Disability surveyed Awareness by June Week, will\ kick off

    earned a total of 598 points,finishing 296 and the next thing I knew I flew over my think are very different are actually much this project, which is a main focus of ours."
    points ahead of second-place Universityof handle bars, did a flip and landed on my like them he said.
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    Riders came from as far away as really,bizarre." course designed to increase awareness and is scheduled today from 8:30 a.m. to
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    machineThe .v

    moment seems so historic. UP is turning its backon
    some of its worst memories ever and enters a new

    year, a new decade, almost with a sigh of relief.
    The feeling of solace comes after massive firings and
    resignations and a proverbial clean slate. Football coach

    Steve Spurrier rode into town on a white horse and a prac- .f ,
    tically destroyed football team glows with integrity. !

    Today, UF gets its ninth president a man expectedto
    save UF. John Lombardi! has said he will not make big
    decisions until he listens to people and is around enoughto
    understand the issues.

    Some things can't wait that long. Today, we start a five-
    part series that addresses how different UF groups see
    the important issues Lombardi! needs to take control of. .

    The most prevalent of these issues is the University

    Athletic Association. Firing coaches wasn't the cure it :'
    was what the media and some alumni wanted but it A .J TheCl nupronti .oO ,

    wasn't the cure. The cure instead started when the Boardof .:--... .
    Regents put athletic associations under the authority of

    university presidents last December.In .
    that vein, the UAA should take a hard look at itself. There's just no place like homeThough

    And Lombardi! needs to do the_ same._ Getting rid ofcoaches
    was starting at the bottom. Changes need to be I find myself temporarily living in Port
    made at the top and throughout the whole system. Townsend, Washington, in an isolated corner of the -Brian Doherty
    United States' Pacific Northwest I am a Gainesville F
    Currently, the members of the UAA's Board of Direc- boy at heart. I find myself thinking of what I still REE THOUGHT
    tors are the same as those on the Intercollegiate Athletics consider my hometown often, and there are certain
    Committee, a UF committee like any other with student things about Gainesville that an expatriate who loves The record stores. Gainesville has more than
    and faculty members. The committee's duties are to super- his city misses more than any others. one super-nifty one. Many other places like Port
    vise UFs relationship with the Southeastern Conferenceand To those of you still blessed enough -and it is a Townsend, needless to say-are not so blessed.
    blessing to be in what I like to call the Center of the Lolling in the grass on campus, whether in the
    the NCAA, to insure compliance with all rules and fol-
    Universe I'd like to bring to your attention some Plaza or on the Union lawn.
    low educational objectives.But of the praiseworthy things about Hogtown that you All the young people.
    for some reason, the committee doesn't meet might not be appreciating fully now. Mutley Chix.
    regularly. Members conduct much of their business You don't know what you've got till it's gone, as Live rock n' roll in general
    under the mask of UAA directors, a group that often some hippie chick once yodeled. So,here's a selectedlist .Walking through the student ghetto in the hour
    holds its meetings in private. of what I miss when I'm missing home. before sundown, diffused colored light breaking
    .The UF library. It's a stunner, folks, particularly though the trees and illuminating all the old, crum-
    There are 18 members on the UAA Board UF presi- compared with what I'Ve' got to deal with up here. bling, yet charmingly beautiful houses.
    dent, provost, two vice presidents, seven faculty mem- Unless you move to some other town with a humun The magazine selection at Goering's.
    bers, athletic director, Board of Regents chairman, Gator gous state university, you're just not gonna find sucha Riding my bike down 13th Street, seeing peopleI
    Boosters president, two students and two alumni. treasure trove of"free"books and periodicals at your know and like wherever I go, which is the essenceof
    disposal. If you love books,knowledge and reading at home I
    After violations and criticisms members said the UAAis suppose.
    ,
    all, you should be spending hours a day in there, no .
    Sunset over the corner of University Avenue and
    "a first class operationand not "out of control.: It.isn't
    lie. You'll be kicking yourself forever if don't take
    you 13th Street, watching the colors on the Holiday Inn
    "
    like stuffing cash in a drawer, board member and associate advantage now, trust me. and everywhere else g ting richer, darker and more
    law dean Dennis Calfee said in January. OK then .Standing on the corner of University Avenue and vivid as the sun goes down, seeing all the cars go by
    ,explain the last decade of athletic scandals and payoffs. 13th Street, watching cars go by watching me standon while relaxing outside Leonardo's. ICs one of the most
    "I don't think these problems reflect a flaw in our sys- the comer. beautiful sights I've ever seen.
    tem," UF law professor and 28-year member of the board Spring. Fro going to miss Spring entirely this Now,you might think here in Port Townsend I get
    year. There's a two or three week period, usually in to see sunrise over Puget Sound right outside my
    Mandell Glicksberg said last semester. "I really don'tknow late March or early April,where the weather in Gainesville living room window, sunset over the imposing Olympic -
    what the university could have done differently that achieves temperate zone perfection: mid 70s mountain range at night,loads"scenic beauty
    would have prevented the problems we have now." temperatures, breezes, sky a vivid blue broken by the kind of stuff we're all supposed to cream over-
    Is he saying the president, athletic director, studentsand billowing clouds high up. Just right for me, lying in and I will admit it all has its merits.So .
    faculty members were in on the unlawful activities? the grass with my shirt off. how can I get all misty about sunset over "a
    Then,by May, the high 80s or low 90s have set in fume-choked intersection and a goddamn Holiday Inn?
    Or are they so removed that they just didn't know? and it rains every day between 3 and 5 p.m., and you If you have to ask, you just don't understand what it
    Maybe. Maybe not. But when a committee designed to begin wonder why you're alive. But such are the means to be home.
    ,supervise the actions of another group is made up of the cycles of the seasons and of life itself. Brian Doherty is a GainesvtlU{ patriotAs
    same members, it becomes difficult to see what is right I LETTERS TO THE EDI) I
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    Exceptional Peopleis a former student of the class requires volunteer hours to be
    ,verdicts I look back at this course as the completed outside of class
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    easy
    I class that I have taken at the takes a number of tests and
    alligator Editor Editor: I am writing this letter to University of Florida. also is assigned 11 reaction papers.
    Lucy Chabot express my strong resentment As a graduating senior, I have In addition to this,each student
    toward an article discussing the completed many classes. Exceptional learns sign language to let them
    Managing Editor Opinions Editor class Exceptional People in the People is the class that will communicate with the deaf.
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    Latin American cuisine I Fair features exotic pets I

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    I entices curious eatersBy Animal owners NICOLE SNEED discuss care of snakes, demonstrated bats how patience baboonsBy persuasionand

    Writer a few treats can make any animal a willing
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    PATRICIA LEE pupil for a wide variety of tricks. Olive twirled a
    Alligator Writer drenched in a sweet, light syrup. Move those stuffed lions, tigers and bears; baton, leaped through a hoop and played the
    "I'm homesick! said Varona, a telecommunications here come the snakes, bats and baboons. cymbals for an audience of about 50. Naud said
    Curious and hungry, more than 300
    senior. miss myTh Stuffed animal displays were crammed Into a Olive performed in a circus before taking up the
    people arrived at the UniversityWomen's Pia the aunt who cooked for her in
    (
    corner Saturday as the Florida Museum of Nat lecture circuit with her.
    Club Sunday to learn about
    Latin American cuisine. Miami) ural History made room for live exotic animals But Naud said keeping baboons takes com-

    What they found was a 40-course But Hispanics were not the only during Animal Fair '90. plete dedication. Although Olive was calm
    meal offering everything from appetizers people who attended. Curious food lovers Animal lovers gathered to talk about their throughout the entire demonstration baboonsare
    from different countries made their exotic pets and, in some cases, to warn people "potentially dangerous" animals that need
    to desserts but only for those
    dishes that such constant attention to be handled
    who arrived early. People who attended rounds sampling rangedin against keeping pets. safely.
    the Hispanic Student cost from 25 cents for coconut fudgeto Niki Caligirui, who displayed his year-old "It's a 7-day-a-week thing Naud said, "You
    Association's Latin American Food 75 cents for a spiced chicken drumstick Egyptian fruit bat Prince,said he keeps five bats have to handle these animals a lot."

    Festival had to make quick decisionsor with sauce. In his room as part of an exotic animal captive Naud also explained that baboons are social

    risk missing out. The festival was the closing event of breeding program, but he said as a rule bats animals traveling in large numbers to protect

    "The food went as fast as people the first annual Hispanic Heritage make lousy pets. themselves front predators, such\as\\ big cats and
    could eat it, and that was very fast., Week. "It Is really hard to keep them"Caligirui said. snakes. As a group they can be terrifying, but
    said Marietta Gonzalez HSA spokes- The hardest thing is getting them on the right individually they are vulnerable to their many
    "It has actually been more of an diet. natural enemies.
    woman and coordinator of the eventWhen "
    people started arriving at. international week, said graduate student The 12-year-old bat fan said he feeds his bats The baboon that finds himself alone in the
    Richard De I've
    food almost couldn't Mey. seen people fruits supplemented with liquid nutrients. wild is a dead baboon," Naud said.
    noon, servers from all nationalities at this and the
    keep up with the pace, Gonzalez said. other events." Chiroptologist Jackie Belwood said bats are Contrary to popular belief Naud said,baboonscan
    Many were tasting food from Peru, kept only for study because they tend to have live up to 15 years longer in captivity than
    Puerto Rico Cuba, Colombia, Nicaragua -' Hispanics were joined by many non- nutritional deficiencies In captivity. "They do it they do in the wild, but they require expert
    ,the Dominican Republic and other Hispanics at the Latin Fiesta Friday at in zoos and other facilities, but it is very hard to attention.
    Latin American countries for the first the University Holiday Inn and differ duplicate their natural diet" Belwood said. "If Other people at the fair said their exotic pets

    time, but others came for foods that ent cultures met again at the Carlos they are adapted to flying after insects,it's really are easy and fun to keep.
    reminded them of home. Oliva y Los Sobrinos del Jute concert difficult to get them to eat out of a dish. It takes Ferrets are great pets,said ferret owner Carol
    Saturday at the Reitz Union. months to train bats to survive in captivity." Hill because
    "We miss it like hell said advertis- they are quiet,friendly,littertrainable -
    ing senior Carlos Valiente. He and his The entire community has been Belwood currently is working with the University and inexpensive to keep. She said the
    cousin Luisa Varona both born In' very receptive to the Hispanic events," Athletic Association to move a large colonyof hardest part about keeping them is"ferretproofing
    Cuba arrived early and were able to Gonzalez said. There is a wonderful North American free-tailed bats from McK- the house" and keeping an eye on them.

    sample chicken and rice, pork rinds, feeling watching everyone have a good ethan Stadium bleachers to Lake Alice.
    12
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    Scales said former president Marshall lem with student rela- athletic scandals take a back seat to research,"Brockmann said."Having administrators -
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    Criser, who resigned last April, and his tions and it's
    temporary replacement, former Provost getting ing. Or, more accurately, the lack of it. vision will be fulfilled. They're the only people
    Robert Bryan, were unaware of UPs cold worse and worse. "God, it's just terrible" Williams said. who understand that the real purpose and goal
    shoulder."If "I paid $46 for my decal and then they of the university is education and research."
    Criser and Bryan knew how studentswere Michael Browne build a new dorm and I lose all the spots The expectation of Lombardi! to put his fore-
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    might have gotten a little more involved," Williams got crowded out last October to be expected, said Bryan, who added that
    Scales said. "But there's such a level of That tension prompted Bryan to createa when construction on UFs 23rd resi- Lombardi's first week will be "enjoyable anar-
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    Employee unfriendliness may bother student forum to improve strained rela- spaces for the 25,888 students who have Bryan said. The most difficult thing will be to
    students, but a different kind of hostilityput tions between officers and blacks. Student parking decals. But Craig Yarn, Student determine which things to do first. He will be
    UF in a statewide spotlight this semes- Body President-elect Michael Browne, Traffic Court chief justice, said studentscan led to believe each one is more important.
    ter. Reports of racial unrest on campus who replaces Scales Friday, said those find a space any time they want Perhaps the most publicized problems facing
    have been making headlines since last efforts are just a start There's enough parking," Yarn said. Lombardi! is the athletic scandal and incidentsof
    semester, with much of that attention focusing "We have a severe problem with student "It's just a matter of planning to get to racism on campus. He also must begin work-
    on a proposed white rights group. relations, and it's getting worse and campus a little earlier. (They can get a ing with alumni and continue UPs massive
    leaders of the white student union, worse," senior Browne said. "A lot of stu- space) if they really want to make a con- fundraising campaign.But .
    which has entered the process to becomean dents are afraid to walk on campus at scious effort and park at the Park-and- being at the center of controversy is just
    official UF organization, say the groupis night,afraid to talk to professors;afraid to Ride, and then ride a bus in."" where Lombardi! needs to be,said Charles Reed,
    opposed to discrimination against talk to fellow students* Varn said the Park-and-Ride area south- chancellor of the State University System.
    whiles. But many blacks see the group as Sophomore Julia Wilson, a computer west of campus offers 50 to 100 open spotsat "Lombardi! is the perfect person for UF at this
    evidence of increasing racism. engineering major, said Lombardi! needsto any given time and a 20-minute ride to time in his development Reed said. This is
    The 1 white rights group is not alone in break down the walls that divide stu- the center of campus. because of the academic set of binoculars he
    the headlines. Charges that UFpolice treat dents."I There's really no place to put up more uses to look at the future. He will take the
    blacks unfairly, the increased local visibility think he needs to work'on some type spaces," Varn said."When it comes downto excellence of UF in all of those colleges and
    of white supremacist factions and the of unification for students, some type of Lombardi!, I can't see him doing much schools and pull them together.
    defacing of the Rev. Martin Luther King system where minorities feel more COM- with parking. "I 1 just have high expectations from him,"Reed
    Jr. monument downtown backed up the fortable around other students,"" Wilson "I'm sure he's got a lot of other thingsto said. "UF is going to be able to put our state
    belief that racial tension exists. said. "He needs to reach out to students think about. university system on the map."

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    40 UF students and professors who more vulnerable office.
    came to hear him speak Thursday "Nearly a decade after (Nixon)
    with ,. night at Matherly Auditorium. sutler described resigned, he wrote, 'VIrtue is not
    Opening Act MYERS SERVICE CENTER Kutler, a University of Wisconsin Nixon as the most what lifts great leaders above othL
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    to the White House that made Americans distrust ences,offered insight into the American presidency.:

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    page 5 THE CENTER FOR JEWISH STUDIES I

    Presents Papers thesis, projects, or resumes :
    more widespread, Stopka said.
    "There is a statute that calls for "WILL OUR GRANDCHILDREN BE JEWISH?" You Type or We Type

    equal opportunity in P.E., specific- The Future of the American Jewish Communitya Low Rates Fast Service

    ally for the disabled in public public lecture by
    with fonts
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    of the slowest in the country and Personalized Assistance
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    This program n funded in pan by the Gary R. Ccrson Annual Lecture
    physically disabled students en- J Endowment, The I Ilumamuci Council and the Gainesville Jewish Appeal. PC Lab. 1 17th & W. Univ. Ave. Below Copper Monkey 372-6500
    rolled in UF's Adapted Programsand

    Special Activities courses. At

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    themselves and can't participate in

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    take the courses must have a

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    their disabilities.The Come into any Gainesville area Pizza Hut location

    midnight, March 7th, and sign up for our
    lab has several other uses Basketball Bonanza competition. Teams will compete

    as well. Retarded children from against each other in games such as: "Bobbing for Mini-

    neighboring schools use the lab for Balls," "Buried Treasure" and other exciting and hilarious

    physical fitness, and several inter- .relays using Pizza Hut's Mini Basketballs. No purchase,
    national wheelchair athletes
    use talent or skill is required. Teams are comprised of two
    the lab to prepare for competitions.
    O and adventurous who would love
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    Stopka also teaches students in time in the Bahamas. You and your teammate could win

    the College of Health and Human one of the following:

    Performance to become athletic
    7 day and 6 night trip for four ((4)) to Bluff House Club
    trainers. She said her
    work load is
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    too and that she 0
    heavy has diffi-
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    culty finding enough staff mem- .00 oQ four of you.
    bers to cater to the needs of the Free airfare for
    roundtrip two ((2)) by Comair Weekend
    physically disabled. Traveler to anywhere in Florida Comair. flies plus pizza fora

    "We are understaffed faculty- year for two.
    wise," Stopka said. 0vo Free roundtrip airfare for two ((2)) by Comair Weekend
    a Traveler to anywhere in Florida Comair flies

    The Reitz Union offered the lei- a ,0
    Basketball Bonanza to be held on Saturday, March 10 at
    Exercise for the Dis-
    sure course
    l the Pizza Hut restaurant at 3515 S.W. Archer Road in
    abled for the first time this
    semester providing disabled stu- Gainesville. Team check-in is at 9:00: a.m., the first relay

    dents another place to seek help. starts at 9:30: a.m. Rules, regulations, and game descrip-

    Susan Gornto, a senior in the Col- 5 Convenient tions available at all Pizza Hut locations in Gainesville.
    Locations in Gainesville
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    mance, formed the class after 2109 NW 13 St. 372-5295 2320 NW 43rd St. 373-6699 five teams to register will receive a free Pizza Hut Mini-

    taking part in Stopka's class. 7608 NW 8th Ave. 332-4383 Route 441 & 1-75 462-5900 Basketball and two free Personal Pan Pizza ertiflcates.1Ii I

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    protect reptiles

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    By NICOLE SNEED
    into killing them.

    Alligator Writer Many times, Welker said, the

    When Mike Welker gets calls caller doesn't even know if the

    from frightened folks, he grabs his snake is poisonous or not They

    hook and pillowcase and dashesout only want it gone.

    the door to save people from But even if it is poisonous, the 1 P y.He 5A

    potentially touchy and dangerous Santa Fe Community College stu-

    situations with snakes. dent, who started a similar servicein

    He calls his service North Carolina last year,will still

    "Snakebusters," and he does it for remove it. After he captures the

    snake in a pillow case, he will takeit

    free.Welker just started "snakebust- to a protected area, such as I."

    ing" in Florida a few months ago, Paynes Prairie, to release it. 91i

    hoping to protect unwitting victims And his service is not limited to

    from home snake encounters and snakes. Welker can remove any

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    death. He said many snakes, including except alligators. The Florida i
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    636 NW 26 Ave. (off 6 St). Spacious available from government from $1 without F

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    1 and Blue Insurance now covers Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class $1.00 pg. mm $5 00. Report,
    r FAST and FUNII $2000 hlrOv.n'10.00,1broller-5.00 call 371.
    trailer included motorcycles! Low rates, low payments Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie Fine Theses whatever Grad School P.T List
    9807 after 3636
    378.75351.av. message 3 6 S A 4pm. sale rider discounts, ,last drive'thru service Jewelry 3739243. 4.30.75-10 WCS 917 NW 13th 373 9822 4-30.75-

    i Roundtrip ticket from 6'ville to Charlotte, JENSEN SPEAKERS 3.way, 10" woofers 377-2277 12-108 12

    NC. $150, Mar 1623 Call Kelly 373 $60, ONKYO TAPE DECK music search, 11 SERVICESNW MICRO CENTERTyping 336.4936 Full
    1985 Honda XL600R ENDURO excellent
    exel cond $60 Call 3744079. 3.5.2.8GREAT
    4187. 3986
    condition $1000 Great for school and ft self service computing Typing starts @
    Mini storage at I.75 & NW 39th Ave 1.50/pg Resumes $8 Sell service
    fun. Call John at 335-5444 (leave message -
    sellll Couch and loveteat $60 table PARTY BAR for sale! Bar and 2
    Must ). 3958 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from resumes $2.50/hr 15/page Laser
    $60 bench and weights $25, bar stools Asking $100 or best offer
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    $20 10% disc to students 3328917. 4- typeset graphics spell check theses
    NEGOTIABLE I 3- Please call 373 0079. 3636
    , 372 8150 ask for lorle HONDA CXSOO TURBO excel cond, all 30-75-11 papers special characters employment .

    578 miles\ service records, new batt. fuel Injection, databases ma Imerge training
    sale A/C FOR
    Black Jews moped 4 Only SALEI! Sears 12,000 BTU. Only
    cruise $1500, call 335.9340 leave message WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 4.30-
    Runs bad. Good 4 pans. 395-7083 evenings used 2 mos Now have central alr.don'ln..d. I BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
    Ask for Randy. Best offer! 37-56 Org. $460 Now $3501 Call 373 3.9.5.8 65-12

    0079. 3636
    BICYCLE, 24" Beach Cruiser, Mongoose 9 AUTOS 1233 NW 10th Ave Typing/Word/ Processing Quality dependable -

    12 speed, Like New $160 Ask For Jason SPRING BREAK.R/T Airfare to Philadelphia 3721664MCVISAInsurance service. Reasonable rates. Laser
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    377 6175 til .
    printer 9 00pm 3-16 35 12
    375.9031. 3-7.5. from Tampa Mar2125. $158. 752- .
    Honda
    88 CRX Sspd, sunroof, buy now
    3061 3-956 or take over payments good cond., must Free Pregnancy TestMember Typing/Word processing, WordPerfect
    MUST SELLI) Sherwood 140w amp. JVC
    sell 4724041 36-109 5.1. quality work fast results, low rates,
    100w amp, MGT elee crossover, 2-10" FOR SALE Dresser In great condition National Abortion Federation
    box-mini $40. New desk $60. Call Bar dependable, personal service Tara 332-
    truck
    woofers, cust spkr computer 430-7511
    1969 Jeep Wrangler driven 5-mo. low 1469 43054.12
    371-6704 39- bara at 376.2883. 3746Nishikl
    kmgcb everything cheap
    miles, like new, black wblack top am/fm
    7.& cassette) Paid $10,000 Sell for $eoo. TLC for
    Prestige 10 speed bike 2yrs old, *FREE* your papers, projects theses

    Cherry wood 1930s vanlty-armolr $300 less than 200 miles, Must Sell! asking 3774917 3.5.6.9ORANGE Pregnancy Test etc Pro wp, Mac 2, laser) Graphics, sp ,
    Chk., reasonable, nts wknds, 373.9619.
    $375 call Tim at 336-4502. 3656
    matching gold leaf sofa chair set $225 AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow Gainesville Women' 36-1012PickupDel

    mahogany chair set ol 4 $100 call 335- rates, low payments, fast drive-thru HEALTH CENTER

    2852. 3526 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME service, se habla Espanol. 377-2277 720 NW 23rd Avenue / Typing and wordproc. near

    377-CARS. We care. 3-12-10-8 377.5055ABORTION campus Dependable, quality service
    Fender Squier Telecaster w/hdcase, Peavey UF LOCATION) 15 room house (To 24 Wks) Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
    amp delay pedal, like new, $275obo 1985 Cavalier Convertible Black
    auto, BIRTH CONTROL 373-4464 37-11-12
    CH/AC. Good condition! Rented. Investmentfrsternllyother
    takes all, call Rick at 374 9578 Ive message Power everything: New stereo/cess, Gynecology Service
    / / $130,000
    374SEIZED-6 378.88520wn.r. 3.7-42.7 great condo $5000. Call 336.3826. 365- 430-71-11 ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER

    WP5 ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell'
    79 VOLKSWAGON RABBIT, 2000R. with .
    cholesterol 376 3649. 3 28
    no Ripp
    Great Location, Walk to class 1BR, 1BA,
    *SUNBELT MOVING*
    sunroof .c, $850. Call 376-4936 leavemessage.
    20.12
    CARS 4 wheelers
    trucks, Upstairs unit & PARKSIDE Fully 3549 Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies
    TV s, stereos, furniture, computersby equipped Owner financing $23,500. Jeffrey -
    Item-House full. Local/Lng dist Lie/Ins. IBM WP 5.0 Laser
    Printer
    Compatible
    DEA FBI IRS and US customs Avail E. Siegel. Realtor 373.6063. 3-16-
    1978 TOYOTA CORONA Station Wagon Priced for Students) Marty 375MOVE. 4- Legal Medical Terminology Reports PI-
    able area now. Call 1.805.682.7555 Original Owner, Excellent Condition 3075.11 .
    your Oakbrook Condo. 2bd/2ba/ (turn, ground pars Thesis Call 378 2034. 3.13.10.12QUICKSILVER
    Ext! C-1670. $1100 376-7535 leave message 365-
    floor, poolside Take over payments or
    (call 7 days I week) SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
    make offer. Eve 376 9743. 316-10-7
    PLYM RELIANT 1966 GOOD CONDITION
    Get confidential testing and treatment at
    WORDPROCESSING
    PHONE 377.6463 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881, 4-
    j $3600 000. 364-9 30.75.11 24HRS/7DAYS3786515


    DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE VW Jetta GLI 1985 4-door, speed., AAA STORAGE 13 HELP WANTED

    30mpg. great shape Inside/out, dependable Close to UF Convenient

    Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe sporty transportation $4900 obo 4x4x4 SlS/mo CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER lor The
    1 (Mark) 373-9683. 3-7-5-9 4x8x8 $25/mo Independent Florida Alligator. Must own

    '; ACROSS 3 Overly 32 One of the 47 Wlmbledon 533 SW 2nd Ave 3771771 reliable van or pick.up truck and be available .

    j 1 Like some verbose Pee Wees champ: 1975 Toyota Tercel 1981, good shape, lots of. 4.30.75.11 from Sam until Oem Monday through

    pates 4 Sweet 34 See 45 Across 48 "- she blows'" mileage left $1000, call 377-2263, evenings Friday. Must have excellent driving record

    , 5 Wonderland treats 37 Nobleman 49 "Damn best MUST SEE. 3-7-4-9 ** GATOR MOVING ** and valid Florida driver license Pay
    per route plus mileage Apply at the Alligator
    \ figure 5 Valuable 38 Magazine Yankees" role 67 VW Beetle factory sunroof good restoration Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1- offices, 1105 West University AveI

    10 Hazard possessions contents 50 Llamas roam project Doesnt run. Rusted but item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis. nue Ask for the route driver application

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    cousin family 41 Due preceder 52 Actor Alan don't miss it. 7-4-9 Opportunity Employer

    ) 15 Teasdale and 7 Golf club 43 Dopey, Doc, 53 Cover up'olhers SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
    ' 1982 Pontiac J-2000, 7&.000 miles, auto, boarding woodier facilities AVON .
    8 Hardtop or Sneezy et al. of a sort 375 8967
    j a/c, nice clean' car, good mpg, $1400 obo, hay rides parties sales' working
    16 Singer Adams fastback 44 Worn away 55 Part of ABA Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
    call 335.5298. 36-39 students accepted 466 3224, 3758080.
    1 17 Triumphs 9 Atlanta time 46 Orient Express 56 Early auto 43075-11 B.n.litsln.uranc.. 30-75-13

    18 Literary work abbr. 88 Pontiac Grand-Am: excellent condi- EARN '

    20 "- Diamond" 10 Call i It a day ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: tion, low mileage $1500 plus take overpayments MOVING? This week$35 for new donors for 2 plasma

    M 336-0011 or 372-3136 395- wfull truck will
    21 Fish-eating bird 11 Superstar Resourceful student size donations on our new automated machines

    22 Mah-jongg 12 Your majesty! 82 TOY SUPRA, deluxe model, looks and beat any price In town 336.9461 38.30- Special bonus programs each

    pieces 13 Openers 01311.10 iffEl 11 month Free refreshments' tree parking.
    runs great, Alpine CD, Ungo remote
    23 Strengthening 19 Actor Martin H P P M alarm, lull mamt rec, full power ace, Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no Experienced staff serving you since 1969.
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    seams 24 Pride fellow M N N come and see $3500 obo 335-9194. 3- security deposit, write S. Marion, 1100 SW 4th Ave 378.9431 Mon.Frl 8.7 Sat

    25 Chastity'smother 25 Singes Vy 18.10.0Ford Tudor Dr Dept A-1. G'vllle, 32607 3.8- 82. 4.30.73.13PaYing

    26 "Bonanza"T 20.11
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    27 Cathedral hand $125 w/infected/ '
    to person cuts,
    A R M Leaving U.S. must sell $1000 please call
    toppers27 Ice cream NEE R after 5pm or wkends 376-2051. 3-95-9 CALL CJ THE DJ'S scrapes, or other injuries to be on antibiotic
    29 Snow remover portion study Blood test required Call 331-
    DJ service at 375 8483. 3-7-10-11
    33 Part of a long 28 Army chaplain A S Y1 pro 5379 4.3-20-13

    poem 29 Pews K **NEW TAX SERVICE*
    34 Tenant's 30 Area east of N The Jamaican Blowout Affordable rates, $5/FORM NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER
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    contract New York City M i 01 Featuring Grammy Nominee: Free consultation program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis -
    ' 35liner (gag) 31 Come In M call PAUL 372.5814, mornings. 16-14- Performing Arts, Waterfront Inquire:

    36 Gambler 11 Mah-Kee.NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave.

    concern Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls 16
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    k Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms
    . 37 Seckels 3/5/90/ Horseneck Road Montville NJ 07045.I;
    45 acres ring jumps TLC local
    I 38 Feed the kitty call 462.5127 or 462-4311, 316-12-11 Please call1.800.77e-0520. 4-18-48-13
    39 Miners' find
    Summer Jobs Outdoors Over 5,000
    40 Sugar sources DON'T WAIT Openings! National Parks Forests. Fire
    41 Coaxes until midterms to use PC Lab. Learn WP,
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    44 Whole Drink 3726500. 9-10-11 13

    45 Specials
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    I 46 Deux follower $1 Shows ONE STOP DENTISTRY COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE for the sum

    47 Reference 23 2 S2 Mixers Accepting new pis.emerg mer. Outstanding brother/sister sport
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    Adult cleaning $28 child $18 camp on 22ml! lake near "On Golden
    50 Expert athlete ((4)Wlsd) lee $325, ((3)Wisd) tee $250 Pond" site leeks stall All trans. pd. Interviews

    51 Edible mollusk ((2)Wisd) tee. $200 avail Roblndel (girls) 215.8843326. -

    I 54 Scottish tea 33 Nitrous Oxide Accept MC. V. AE Wmaukee (boys) 9146981833. .,.
    treat With Valid only with coupon up to(4)( ) people 38-16-13

    57 Singer's 36 Opening ActC.QPRC H.T. Gonsoulin. DDS 372.9521

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    59 Lofty abode March 6, 9OQ: Singing Messenger for Balloons &

    60 Results 12 SERVICESYOU Bear* Fun and Outgoing people only.
    61 Important times at Central City 3751199 i 354-13 .

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    63 Coyote State: I Business Legal Personal Report Summer 'Takijo Boy
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    ida ha* the following part-time positions Part-time days, nights MUST be avail for busy students. Walk-ins SWITCHBOARD Fun-loving and playful. Had all shots and

    avail: able spring break Apply Mon-Frl. welcome. 10 expert stylists 3921010. 3- 332.0700 24 Hrs. Inlo/Reterral.' is housebroken 11. mos. old. Call. 335-
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    Secretary ((1pm-5pm. M.F) requires 45

    CWPM, 2yrs secretarial experience; word CRUISE SHIP JOBS, Stewarts, SFCC and UF students new 8wk ed. group EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease. & FOUNDFinders
    processing and data entry experience Stewartess. Maintenance. Earn top dollar for students of alcoholic parentage leave treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum. 20 LOST

    guaranteed openings Call now for message for Marilyn 372-6817 by 3/2. 3- optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 376-1288. '
    Receptionist ((8am-lpm, M.FI) and summer emp. 1.800.928-8447 ext 1188. 6-5-15 3-30.17-16 Keepers?
    ((12:30pm-5pm, M.FI) requires 35 CWPM 3.7.5.13 If you find something, you can place a
    1 yr. secretarial/clerical/ experience as B 4 U buy anything for tennis, racquetball Student Loans & Financial Aid No one FREE ad in this section B* kind to someone
    well as excellent phone skills and abilityto Soccer coaches needed for Spring Sea squash or badminton, check out EZ Tennis refused with good collateral. EZ terms who lost what you found. Call 373-

    deal w/public./ son. Call YMCA 376-7172 for more infor Ask your friends about our prices Best Jewelry A Loan 371-GEMS. 3-12-10- FIND.

    mation. ( Stipends are available). quality and service 34 St Plaza. 3-9-10-15
    Please specify which position interestedin 3.7.5.13 NEED CASH? Call the cash HOTLINE Reward: Blue bag containing raingear and

    when applying. Applicationresumemay The only part of your racket which comesIn 371GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHING!3-12- black leather gloves. Lost at entrance to

    be sub by Wed. Mar.7. 1990 to: BUSINESS contact with the ball is the string Don't 10-16 Piccadilly Apts on 34[h St. Brett 336-9788.

    I Anna Capitanio settle for a cheap imitation. This messageIs 355.20
    Shands Hospitalat provided as a public service courtesy of TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver diamonds
    the University of Florida 14 PERSONALS EZ Tennis. 3-9-10-15 etc. New or used or broken. Best.Jewelry Lost: women's watch Feb. 21 sentimental
    Box J.347Galn..vllI. Loan, 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-43(7.3-12- value' Reward please call Heather 373-

    ., FL 32610 COMPUTERS terminals ft pc's buy, sell EZ Tennis knows "stringing! Nylon $8+; syn 10.18 8075. 3-6-5-20

    EOE trade, rent & repair Great prices, QUALITY gut $12,11 they go low, EZ Tennis will go
    CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 4-30- lower 3722257. 3-9-10-15 STATE-OF-THE-ART- FOUND: Pair of glasses near 13th St. and

    ,' College Work Study needed (for general 75.14 BANG-BANG University Ave. 392-5671 (days) 336-0504

    secretarial duties 10.20 hrs per week. Our goal at EZ Tennis Is to help you gavel) THE REV: A good place to dance. Coming (,v'l.) 353.20

    $4.50 per hr. Call 3928740. 3.7.4.13 RESUMES B 4 U buy rackets, shoes, sportswear March 9lh. 3-13-10-16
    Same day. Next day. balls check Found Arizona I I.D. Call Marc for more inlo
    strings, grips or even us out.
    Part-time teaching aid to assist afternoon Many Styles & Fonts. Editing. We've built our reputation on price, quality Tall slim BM desires to meet tall slim WM 376-1743 36-3-20
    enrichment program at United Church, PC Lab. 17 ST. & Univ. 3726500.DON'T & excellent service. 3-9-10-15 for discreet friendship. PO BOX 5223 Gnv
    Wednesdays 12.30.3:00.372.4615.: 38- 32602. 3.5.4.18 FOUND: Set of keys by CSE on

    5.13 WAIT Our great prices continue: tihlrts 30% off; Greenpeace keychain, call 395-6898 ID.
    until midterms to use PC Lab.
    most shirts shorts, skirts up to 25% off; GWM seeks mature/'responsible, stable, 3-6-3-20
    dBaseNow.
    CAMP GREENVILLE located in the Blue Learn WP. Lotus 123, stringing.don't take our words, ask your clean, non-smoker for long term room
    Special plans. 3726500. 3.2.5.14 Gold chain bracelet 2/27/ RE-
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    Ridge Mini is looking for F/M counselors friends; most rackets 30% off; tennis balls mate. Couples ok. Reply Box 4175 G'ville : on ,
    For more information, call Rober 335- INVESTMENT CLUB $1.88 EZ T.nnll. 3-9-10-15 32613. 35316EARN$100MONTH WARD. 371-0349. 3.5.2.20
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    limited Initial $$$ required for Investment LOST DOG, Dalmatian, (white w/ black
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    pick own stocks! Call Todd at 335- pop / male 10 old was
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    : Camp Wayne, voice lessons. It, Fr. A Ger. diction. Reasonable
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    personal growthl! Specialty Counselors centers. appointment
    with the PC Lab Gold Card
    needed for: Tennis, SWim. Sail Basketball Information,
    unlimited use of computers A softward Theta Chi'sDECLINE Alpha Plasma Center FOUND: book In Little Hall on 2/26. Call
    Volleyball. Soccer, Gymnastics, Aerobics
    Nature Camping, Guitar, Batic, $99/4 months 372-6500.3-9-10-14 M-F 9:30-5:30-Sat 0:30.2:30: : 338-1500. 3-6-3-20

    '. Sculpture, Ceramics, Painting, Printmak- o SW 1st St. 378-9204.

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    Call Second Act. 3738527. 4.30.75.15Vuarn.tlC."eraRay.BanGator. W Call Michel 335-5423.
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    Recreation supervisors, camp counselorsand 18 RIDES
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    Laboratory 3765563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 claim. 373.20
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    Natural Foods and Vitamin including air, hotel ((8-days/7-nlghts) trantported. GMG trans 336-7026 ((305)) campus Wed night 372-7618 John. 3-8-3-
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    Reggae beach parties, morel' Call Collect 2683788. 3-13-46-18
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    need $$$ for your spring activities? 3052849800. 3-6-5-15
    87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 Classifieds. .
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    the following areas: certified life 372-1226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central $ USED CD'S' $
    guards, food service, merchandising admissions City. 4-30-75-15 as low as $205/month/

    guest services' rentals, We buy A sell call 37-SPIKE, Spikes Re .J &" 2 BR e Furn/Unfurn.
    administration, maintenance, and park cords. 3-7-5-15
    Internships available. Housing e 3 Pools e 3 Laundries s,
    services. SAVE ON RAYBANS
    available for non-local residents. March University Opticians GREEK DINNER Flexible Leases

    interviews now being scheduled for these 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480 SOUP TO DESSERT Five Recipes 300 e Close to Campus*
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    MONDAY MARCH 5.1990,ALLIGATOR.
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    fl 1 Crimson Tide, rolls past UF, 63-54 Lady Gatorsfall


    p' By DAN SHFFLER at SECtournament

    Alligator Staff Writer
    r
    The UF basketball team reached the magic
    : number 20 for the fourth consecutive season t.! n ...'K LiV
    :i Saturday afternoon against Alabama.

    i'l But unlike the last three seasons when the By GREGG DOYEL
    ! Gators won 20 games en route to reaching the Alligator Staff Writer
    NCAA Tournament, the 1989-90 squad ended
    \ the regular season 7-20 with a 63-54105s to the The UF women's basketball
    I! Crimson Tide in front of 7,111 in the O'Connell squad's best season in five years
    I i Center. came to an end Saturday at the
    I "They just out executed us today and we hands of Tennessee, 81-56, in the
    I lost. They just have a lot of horses and they second round of the Southeastern
    ! play hard," freshman Stacey Poole said after Conference Tournament in Albany

    I scoring a team-high 18 points."We played our err z.s'i'r Ga.
    ; hearts out but the shots just wouldn't go down f pR 1 r aJ- w But the loss didn't come before

    today. We could have beaten them if some of the Lady Gators gave the nation's .
    I f the shots would have fallen for us. r4 yak oI third-ranked team an early scare.

    . "We could have beat them today and I think UF,which upset Kentucky 70-54

    they know that. 4 t ff Friday in first-round action,
    1' With the loss, the Gators finish the season r M 8 jumped to a four-point lead late in
    with a 3-15 mark in the Southeastern Confer- the first half against the Lady Vols,
    ! ence and the last-place seed in the SEC Tournament who beat the Lady Gators 75-42 on
    which starts Thursday in Orlando. Feb. 17.
    y The 20-loss season is the first since the 1981-82 41
    But Tennessee brought the Lady
    season and it is the seventh time in history.
    Gators back down to reality over
    While the Gators battled the Alabama
    l larger
    the last five minutes of the half,
    r players, they also had trouble finding sympathy outscoring the suddenly cool Lady
    from the officials. Alabama shot 27 foul
    Gators by 15 during that stretch to
    . shots, making 18, while the Gators took only take an 11-point halftime lead.
    !. four foul shots, making all four.
    The second half held of the
    more
    The final analysis is the home team shots 411r
    and same for UF, despite its rebound-
    four free throws the visiting team shoots
    " 27," interim coach Don DeVoe said. "Who's ing advantage over the taller Lady

    going to win with a disparity like that? No, Vols. UF, the eighth-best rebound-
    II you're not going to win.* ing team In the country and tops in

    The Gators took no foul shots in the second the SEC, outboarded Tennessee
    3736.
    half while the Crimson Tide attempted 19,
    t, building the lead to 13 points with 6:13: left in Junior guard Sophia
    the game. Witherspoon led all scorers with

    I The officiating plays a very Important partin 22 points. Junior forward Rhvonja i
    the game and you have to believe they are Smith added 17 points and a team-
    doing their very best job: DeVoe said. "But high 10 rebounds for the Lady Ga-

    t, today we shot four and they shot 27, and we tors ((15-13)).
    ' play man defense and they play some man Daedra Charles scored 17 points
    il, defense." KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR and Dena Head added 16 for the
    But the Gators refused to give up at 13 down, Dwayne Davis grabs one of his game-high 12 rebounds during the Gato,.' 63-54 loss I Lady Vols, which improved to 24-4
    r going on an 8-1 run in a four-minute span to Saturday to Alabama In the O'Connell Center. with the victory.

    pull within six,53-40, with 2:46: remaining. But "We didn't play very well today,"DeVoe said. I'm not relieved the regular season is over," UF avenged an early-season loss
    the Gators would get no closer as'Bama closed "At the end of the game, we were not able to Poole said."If been very disappointing.wish to Kentucky on Friday, riding the
    I. the game by making four of five free throws set up for good shots, and Alabama had a lot we could have those 14 games over again. It's crest of a 44-point second-half out-
    f. while UF had scoring trouble."I to do with that." over and we just need to get going to get ready burst at the expense of the Lady
    t think we gave the effort. A lot of shots UF center Dwayne Davis recorded a double- for the tournament"UF Kats, who only managed 21 pointsin
    , that went up tonight just didn't fall,"Poole said. the last 20 minutes.Witherspoon .
    ' double, 10 points and a game-high 12 re- will the SEC Tournament
    "I think we could have done without it (the open against had 13 of her
    bounds. Melvin Cheatum Alabama with 21
    u missed shots) but it happens, and you've' got Vanderbilt in Orlando Arena.
    points and Keith Askins scored 13 points. game-high 19 points in the second
    to live with it. and UF turned its
    But Alabama had a lot to do with the UF The loss is the Gators' seventh home loss "Florida is going to beat someone if we come Achilles'half, heel into a potent perennial,
    weapon
    , missing its shot DeVoe said. The Crimson this year, matching the most losses at home in prepared," Poole said. "If we don't come in sinking 24 of 34 free throws to the
    \ Tide used a variety of defenses against the since the O'Connell Center opened in 1981. prepared,Florida is going to get blown out No Lady Kats dismal 7-for-23 shootingat
    :I Gators and took away their inside game. "I'm relieved we broke that losing streak but one is going to take us for granted." the line.


    !j More UF runners qualify championships I It. shooting The Lady 59 percent Gators from had the been line,

    .. but Improved on that against Ken

    t. The men's and women's track teams each season.The Gators also qualified a 4x400 relay free. Both were first-place times. tucky,shooting at a 71 percent clip.

    :c qualified for the NCAA Indoor Championships team composed of Everett, Kemp, Diamondand Water polo club holds tourney Senior UF forward Ann Glasse
    { in Florida Fast Times Lewis Lacy. scored nine points and a
    \ one more event at the Despite a 7-0 record and 'a "home-pool" game-
    r( the O'Connell Center on Friday. The Lady Gators lone qualifier Friday came advantage, the UF water polo club was high 11 boards, both career-bests,
    in the 4x400-meter relay which ran a 33691.: and freshman center LaTonya
    r The m met was a last chance to qualify for the knocked out of this weekend's doubleelimination -
    :5 NCAA Indoor Championships, to be held in Women golfers place 14th Gator Spring Invitational after two games.A McGee added 11 points and nine
    r the Indianapolis this Friday and MONTEREY,Calif.':'" The UF women's golf rebounds. The Lady Gator out-
    .HooserDople!
    t Saturday. team finished in 14th place Sunday at the team from Clearwater defeated UF 9-7 in rebounded Kentucky, 6131.
    I Josten's/San Jose State InvitationalThe the tournament's opening game and North The Lady Gators held ,-

    i Lady Gators shot a three-day total of .Miami Beach eliminated the Gators later in the Kentucky's Kristl Cushenberry,
    ' 331-323-317-971, Ming 38 strokes behind day. UF took out its frustration on the Univer- who had 29 points in the Lady Kats'
    . AROUND winner Arizona State. Tulsa was second with sity of Miami club with a 244 thrashing Sundayin 84-70 victory Over UF on Feb. 10,
    'SPORTS 940, followed by Oklahoma State ((946)). a consolation game. to just 14 Friday.

    Lisa Hackney was UTs top finisher, placing, The Miami city club won the tournamentwith Kentucky entered the contest
    Junior pole-vaulter Mike Holloway cleared 15th with a three-day total of 235. a 16-12 victory over North Miami Beachin 10th nationally in scoring offense, '"
    17 feet 7 Inches to qualify. The jump was 2 swimmers qualify for NCAAs the final averaging 84.3 points a game. But
    Hollowa/i first to clear 17 feet In competitionsince UFswinuner Mike Wermuth with leading scorer Lisa Ellis scor-
    Wes Faunce led the Gators with
    eight goalsIn
    Injuring his hamstring before the season and Vince Giambalvo qualified for the NCAA the tournament and Scott Spangler ing just eight points, the Lady Kats
    started. tournament Saturday at the State of Florida goalie were held to 34 under their
    stood out down the
    defensively shutting
    Hofloway joins long jumper Dion Bentley Region IV Swimming Championships in the Hurricanes' offense. season's average as UF knockedthe
    200 and 400-meter runner Tyrone Kemp, 400 Orlando Aquatic Center. Lady Kats from the SEC tour
    and 800 runner Mark Everett and hurdler Earl Wermuth qualified in the 50 freestyle in Comptttd from Alligator staff and win reports ney for the second consecutive )
    Diamond as the Gators' who qualified this 20.34 seconds. Giambalvo qualified in the 200 year.

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    SPORTSgymnasts >>




    I improve on road, but still lose meet I IBy


    SHARON GINN our job tonight. We only had to count UF got the score they needed without the Titus and sophomore Christina Mc-
    Alligator Writer one fall, so we were pretty pleased with that services of sophomore all-arounder Melissa Donald shared first place in the uneven bars
    fact" Kutcher, who was ill and did not make the competition with LSU's Amy Churchill and
    Although the UF gymnasts haven't ex- The Gators haven't won a road meet yet trip.The Gators filled the gap easily,postinga Eva Hozman.The four scored a 9.60 to win
    actly been road warriors this season,Friday this season, a fact that Weaver said could season-high vault total of 46.90 despite the event. Baldock scored a 9.55 to place
    night they may have taken a step in the right hurt them at the March 24 Southeastern being one vaulter short. Three Gators second, and ASU's Tracy Butler took third
    direction. Conference Championships in Athens, Ga. matched or set their collegiate-best vault with a 9.50.
    The No. 13 Gators lost to No. 4 Louisiana UF will be facing four of the teams they have scores Kim Day ((9.15)), Amy Beispiel UF posted a season-low floor exercise
    State and No. 11 Arizona State, but their lost to this year,including 1989 NCAA cham- ((9.35)) and Jeannette Hrubes ((9.35)). total of 46.90. Titus led the Gators on that
    score of 187.25 was their highest road total pions Georgia. Senior Karen Brennalt and junior Pam event, scoring a 9.60 to take third. LSU's
    of the season. I the meet in Tempe, Ariz. ASU took second road score at this weekend's meet even for third in the all-around with a score of Butler scored a 9.70 to win the beam
    with a 188.75."I more than they needed a win. The Gators' 37.70. LSU's Rachelle Fruge took first witha competition, and ASU's Molly Carpenterand
    was very happy with our team score," previous season-high road total was 185.65in 38.25, and ASU's Suzy Baldock scored a Julianne Wilson tied for the vault title
    Gators coach Ernestine Weaver said. "We their Feb 10.loss to Alabama and Georgia. 38.05 to place second overall. with scores of 9.75.


    'Canes hit Gators

    ,

    I

    take 2-game seriesBy


    scored in the first inning after walk
    ALEX MARVEZ
    Alligator Writer ing, stealing second base and
    crossing home on a single by
    The UF baseball team ended its Frank Mora.
    two-game series against the Uni- Tosar struck again in the third
    versity of Miami in appropriate inning, belting a three-run homerun f r4 t o
    ,
    fashion Sunday Billy Minnis with Orlando Palmeiro on third reb
    grounded into a double-play with base and Gino DiMare on second. "
    runners on first and third base to Tosar, a junior who had only one
    seal an 8-3 loss to career homer entering
    the Hurricanes in the series
    ,
    t front of 4,186 fans "(Miami is) put also delivered a
    at Perry I'iclcl. solo blast in the
    ting together
    The (Gators some eighth inning of
    stranded 1 10() run things that a win- Saturday's game.
    ners on base Saturday The Gators,
    in a (6-3: loss ning ballclub has who split a two-

    and four on Sun to do and we are game series on
    day. In the second the road against
    game, Dave not at this particular Miami last week,
    Majeski was closed the score
    stranded on third moment. to 4-2 after Russo
    base in the first drove in Majeski
    inning, Herbert Joe Arnold from second base
    Perry and JoeRussoweielefton UF baseball coachdid with a single in
    l the fourth inning KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
    first and second in the fourth, ando and Britton scored an inning later. Gators first baseman Herbert Perry had to get used to a lot of Miami runners on base during the I
    Mike Moberg hit into a fifth-inning The fourth-ranked Hurricanes series this past weekend.

    double play (that drove in Rick ((15-2)) ensured the victory,though, UF freshman John Burke ((2-3)) But Miami came back and down," Tosar said. "I think that
    Britlon from third but forced by scoring three runs in the sev- lost his second consecutive gamein scored three runs in the seventh before the game they were a little
    Gregg! Castaldo out at second. enth inning. DiMare led off withan an erratic manner.He struck out inning and did not trail again. Mora bit mentally beat."
    "We have got to get going offensively infield single and moved third nine batters but allowed eight hits led off with a single and scored on
    and start to get a little hungrier base on a double by Greg Erick- and seven earned runs. a home run by Charles Johnson.
    if we are going to be son. After a ground out by Tosar, "My fastball was a little bit flat," Jorge Fabregas and Jon Farrell
    successful this)year,"UF coach Joe Mora singled to center field to Burke said. They caught up to it each singled and advanced one ahead to FSU.The
    Arnold said. "In order for us to do drive in both runners. Mora then in the seventh. In the third inning, base on a balk by loser Cord Gators Looking preparing for a
    anything,we've got to start getting scored on a single by Jon FarrelL Tosar turned on one. That cost us Corbitt ((2-1)). After Juan Flores now begin series
    home-and-away four-game
    some runs in when we "have run- "Miami proved they're a better big time right there." grounded out off.reliever John with Florida State beginning
    ners in scoring position. ballclub right now than we are," In Saturday's loss, the Gators Pricher, Palmeiro singled to drivein Thursday. UF plays host to the
    UF, 8-7 and ranked 18th in the Arnold said.. "They're putting together jumped out to a 2-0 second-inning Fabregas. third-ranked Seminoles Thursdayand
    Collegiate Hascball/ESPX poll, some things that a winning lead. Castaldo tripled to drive in "The key was winning Friday, then travels to
    found itself in a 4-0 hole Sunday in ballclub has to do, and we are not Mario Linares from second base, (Saturday's) game, which gave us Tallahassee for games on Saturday
    the third inning. Mike Tosar at this particular moment and scored on a double by Moberg. a boost and put them a little bit and Sunday.


    _ r Women's tennis team falls at ITCA Championships I

    .L .....
    Alligator Staff Report Sunday's final against Stanford with a 5-2 Kirsten Dreyer). Sunday, 10th-ranked Alabama defeated

    victory. Amy AlcinI posted UPs only othervictory, UF 8-1.The only victory for the Gators ((6-2
    Not quite how as planned.That's Results of Sunday's final) were not avail- a 7-5, 6-2, 7-5 win at No. 6 singles, but it overall,1-2 in the.Southeastern Conference)
    ". the USTA/ITCA Women's National able at press time. wasn't enough. came at No. 4 singles.where Rick Holton
    Indoor Team Tennis Championshipswent
    '
    for the lady Gators this weekend at UFs No. 1 player,Andrea Farley,lost 6-2, UF advanced to the final four of the tour- beat Brad McMurray 6263.
    Madison, Wis.Thirdranked% 6-2 to UCLA's Jessica Emmons after having nament Friday with a 6-0 whitewashing of Alabama improves to 4-4 and 1-1.
    UF entered the tournament defeated her in November to start the on- No. 6 Southern Cal. At Auburn, the Gators were swept in

    Thursday !seeded as the No. 2 team, and slaught at Nielsen Tennis Stadium. NN singles play,with their two victories coming
    following the history of the tournament,was After Nicole Arendt tied things up with a from the teams of David Blair-Holton and
    favored to reach the Sunday's final against 6-2,6-0 thrashing of Kim Po, the rest of the Mcn'l.quad loses two.The Gators lost Jeff Mager-Jim Spencer.
    C: top-seeded Stanford. way was tough. IF fell behind 3-1 following their first matches of the season this week- The Tigers improve to 1M( >, 1-0.
    Instead, UClA took advantage of several losses by Holly Danforth ((7-5,6-2 to Mamie end, falling to Auburn and Alabama on the UF will face No. 2 Georgia today in Ath-
    UF mistakes Saturday and advanced to Ceniza) and Jillian Alexander ((6-2, 6-3 to road. ens, Ga.0 l

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the independent florida PubI,.hed by C.mpu Cnmmuncron. Inc oP Glr11,14 Fiord1. VOLUME 83. NUMBER 16 Physical education program faces crunch.5 Basketball team loses No. 20.19 Lombardi ushers in new era at UF High hopes, controlled chaos highlight first week By RoNAD DUPCONA. Latin America ahe is speaking to someone who is going to get in the Alligator Writer groups of students, trenches with US." Amidst a whirl of controversy and high expectations, 47-yer-old John Lombardi -scholar, leader and driver of a red pickup truck -will begin today as UPS president. Known for his diversity of knowledge and contrasts In style, Lombardi left The Johns Hopkins University as its academic affairs vice president to replace UPs Robert Bryan as president ofthe nation's 10th largest university. Hailed by students and faculty alike as UFs savior, Lombardi arrives at a time when UF is battling athletic scandals and racism. At the same time, it is completing its most successful fund-raising campaign and is well into its drive to become a national top-10 public university. Lombardi knows that he will be expected to make hard decisions right away. There is no time for weeks of getting familiar with UF. "I'm excited," Lombardi said from his new home Thursday after driving 17 hours straight from Maryland. "I think it's great to come into a university and dive into it. I'm looking forward to meeting a thousand people. I'm looking forward to seeing the students. Ibis l wonderful stuff." Lombardi arrived in Gainesville in his red pickup truck, an obvious contrast to the luxury cars driven by other UF administrator*. But Lombardi's driving -reference Is only one example of his contrasting styles. He ha. the ability to speak In high academic tones one moment, then joke around the next He Is just as at ease writing books about lIe In It is this type of contrasting style that has won him praise from faculty, administrators and students -all of whom say Lombardi is putting them frst. "He is going to be a student's president," said UPs Student Body President-elect Michael Browne. I'm excited about that. We've got Another image of Lombardi is painted by UPs faculty union president,Jane Brockmann,who said the new president will focus his attention on teachers. We're very close tobeingamajor public university in teaching and see Lombardi. cage 8 LcmbaMl speaks at his first news conference at November after accepting the offer to be UPs next president. Students have own ideas about what' 0 Th is te flat of a -par seis camining the kines fAcilg PyridestJohn lrabaatdn hs ad F inis a sees decade. mmaw souice Mlgesb Staff Anne Put a stop to embarrassing .eitic scandals, teach your employees --= ianwss and find a waq to soothe campus hosility. And, oh yeah, get me a parking space, too. While none of UPs 34,000 students hnows what John Lombardi will do his rst week a president, many of them know what he sknld do and they're happy to tell the former povost of The John Hopkins Un i varsity all about It. 'The concerns of students ramp from the growing specter of racIsm at UF to campus constructionputtinga dentined'ecvce parking. But If LAmbard~s prile am decided by the number of comytal, hw California native's first task will be halting UPs unsportsmanlike conduct "ads got to clase up the athledcs," said Chuck Gallard, a business aMinistration junior. "le's got to get those bum out of them. If he does tha, UP will be set. We've already Sgot the academics. I talk to nw friends up north and all I hear iS, 'UF thIt and, 'UF thatol and rm sick of It Galllard, a Philadelphia native, saId. I want to go to a school with national respect. I went to be able to sy,I go to UP and be pmud" Many Gator fans find pride hard to come by after sffering through two yeasm of alleNations, Investigations and resignations. 'hee of UPs top coaches left under Are, two of them making abrupt, midseason sits. Alourth coach ha. been boosdopenly Bd hanged in effigy. Players have bae. Scrutinized by federal grand juries, the Drug Enforcement Adminitradionand the National Collegiate Athletic: north and and they Association forcharges Including Megal gambling, sexual battery and drug use. Senior Doug Berman, campaige manager for City CommisSion candidate Mike Murphy, Said Imbardi can hIprove UFs tarnished national image by pyr ing more attention to teachers than to touchdown. ''You look at the schools up they have sports, they have teams have athletics of all sorts but they're not as gung-ho, "Maybe we go a little too ,easns the school Is here, sports Berman said. far. There Is a and it Isl't for ilberalartsjuniorlachel Fisher also says Ups purpose Is education. But Fisher said the behavior of some staff, faculty and administrators makes the learning experience difficult. I think the people that work hem have this very distant attitude and I don't think I they're wry helpftl." Fisher said. OA lot of the ime you tell them your problem and it's like,'Oh, OK. Now go away so I can do my) work.' Student Body President Ed Scales also said Lombardi needs to perform Some stiltude adjustment on UF employees Right now when you go to 'igert Hall, you get the impression the feeling is, Pris university would be a nice place without those 34,000 student, Scales said. mAnd that's an attitude that has to go. We've got to have a president that's willing to be a handon president when It comes to student affal.rs' see stad.s, page a s important A

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J. UJJ(AI OH MON[ Y M AI&1k! 5 fast CAMPUS NEWS J Gay groups battle ROTC policy Gay-activist groups from private and public univer lilies across the country are protesting the U S Defense Department's long-standing sexual orienta ill discrimination phey. The Daily Iln j reported [he Coaltion for Equal Opportunity at N oar Iwestern in verilty, alone g with groups operating at other campuses, are asking universities that promote anti-disenminatory policies to disassociate themselves from ROTC. The military has discriminated against homosexuals since Its inception, according to Bill (aldwell, ouiense Department spokesman Its policy states that "homosexual behavior is in. uornpatible with military service," but many schools are trying to change this J Parents push for campus safety Parents of Iwo students victimized by campus crime havegotten legislation passed in three states to intreae awareness of campus crine and improve ofety measures for college students, according to The Red and Black, an independent newspaper serying the University of Georgia community Howard and Connie Clery have proposed the Clery Hill to several state legislatures in memory of their daughter Jeannier 19. who was murdered in 1986 while sleeping in her dorm room at TnHigh University in Pennsylvania. The Clery Bill, which requires schools to collect accurate crime statistics and release them upon request, is law in Florida. Pennsylvania and West Vi ginia. The parents of University of Georgia student Dana Getzinger, who was stabbed in her Athens apartment by an intruder in 1988, am pushing for a national housing rating program for college campuses Theprogram, proposed by Jim and iaGetzinger, will rate onand offcampus housing according to safety and area crime statistics Li Theta XI's charter revoked The National Board of Directors of the Theta Xt fraternity withdrew the University of Washington chapter's charter and suspended all chapter memberships following an investigation of a hazing incident involving two sheep. The Daily of the Uxu'enity of Washington reported Theta Xi was accused of violating its national hazing policy after Seattle Police found two sheep in the Theta Xi house's boiler room during Hell Week. The police also found several pledges smeared with peanutbutterand Crisco who were wearingonly their underwear. -EZAAETH CLARKE WHAT'S HAPPENING Communication: The G. Paul Moore Communication Symposium will begin this morning at 8 30 in the Benz imon Auditorium Call 3922041 COAR: Campus Organized Against Rape will have a peer educaion training session today at 3 in Reitz Union Room 122. Call 3921161. ext. 294. Chiles: The College Democrats present lawton Chiles today at 4 in Reitz Union Room 346. Call 3958514. Engineering: The Hispanic Engineering Society will meet today at volume 83 5 30 in Weil Hall Room 320. Call Leo. 374,6868 Wycliffe: The Wycliffe mission. ary will have a banquet tonight at 7 at the University Holiday lin.Amissionary from Peru will report on the work of Bible tran station. Call Hattie Douglas. (904) 454-1214. Words: The Gainesville Scrabble Players Club will mcttoightat7at Books in the Gator Plaza. Call 3744241. Careers: Peer Counselors present a Career Development Workshop tonight at 7:30 in Reitz Union Room 347. Call 392-1575. ISSN 0889-2423 ait with the Unlvers'1vy Fditon Ne d srplay N. f. 0 r O r r fr It Ior I al to Ad. San-n Ir, oaron "od, 'Imrs s .1.1 colrdMaior, NOW: Campus National Organization for Women will meet tonight at 7 at Kestos Coney Island downtown. Call Joyce. 336-0940 or Enca, 3747222. Bible Trivia: Chi Alpha Campus Ministry will meet tonight at 7 in Turlingtoi, Hall Room 2342 for Bible Trivia. Call Dave, 395-7178. Welcome: The official student welcome for UF President John Ltmburdi will be Tuesday at 12:30 at the Reitz Union North lawn Lon bardi will address students at 1:15 and meet with them afterward. Call Jilan Carroll, 392-1691 number 116 dependent fl orid t iln at or OfFodsa Pubishe by Camrpus Covrmna Ic of Gainesvie FoL Lacy Chabl Mary Stedden Ana Ae tr Seat Suetli Cook Tcrol Sin To,. Care Motor D Palms Joe; L Mina Can Anderson Pal stelo Sa r Aida _11,Monda. Es F, Panzen In" it ll i n. L of 111r lest 6ri r-ale '+*annr.e! Joe Ms11a )iIresW Mogary I trial, P ChIiOt. a [ SaLialo,. PooISlo Persh j Taylo, inn.Me *om,(},o or Mar r C E Bane, VirgInIa cirol Dolor. 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MONDAY. MACH 5. T990,AIIICAtOR. 3 2 women contend for Blue Key presidency By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Writer Two women are vying for the top spot of Florida Blue Key, UFWs prestigious leadership honorary, and If there are no unexpected contenders, it will be the first time Blue Key has a woman president. Blue Key President Ernie Cox said women have run for the presidency in the past, but were beaten by their male counterparts. Women have held almost every other office in the organization, though, Including thevicepresidency, he said. 'Having a woman president is not an issue with the chapter,"Cox said. "People are looking at what individuals have done." Although other Blue Key members can still run for the spot on the night of the election, scheduled for March 14, it's unlikely that anyone will try without camipaigning first, Cox said. 'The new president will take office April 20. Both presidential candidates, education graduate student Lynda Wasula and third-year law student Kelley Geraghty, said it's time for a woman to be president of Blue Key. Women make up about 40 percent of the organization. Wasula, who has been a member of Blue Key since the fall of 1988, said a woman president will offer Blue Key a different perspective and sense of sensi. tivity. "It'shard toexplain,"Wasula said. but women can bring additional things to the chapter that men can't bring. I think it's something that needs to happen." Wasula said she heard Blue Key alumni may not be too receptive to a see Wonan, page 13 SG to begin polling students under Browne's plan By JOHN DAHLBERG Alligator Writer Student Government must know -rather than assume -what students want, and polls are an excellent way to determine this, said Michael Browne, student body president-elect. Browne. who will take office Friday, said he will begin Campus Polling, Inc. after Spring Break. The permanent program will survey about 300 UF students each month by telephone to assess their views on campus issues. T1heprogram will helpSG make more informed decisIons," Browne said. "Most students don't have a voice. This is our way of hearing from them." Campus Polling, Inc. will seek student opinions on issues such as campus race relations, UF friend liness and funding for SG-sponsored groups, with the first poll asking what questions students want on teacher evaluation forms, Browne said. "ne poils will not be totally scientific," Browne said. "My administration will write and administer the questions initially." Within one year, the program will be computerized and conducted by marketing students, Browne said. This should decrease error and give marketing students practical experience. needed for the project will cost about $200, Browne said. The pollsters will be volunteers In the past, polling was sporadic, said Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen. Previous polls were taken only as issues warranted and never became a Computer software and phones see Polls, page 14 FingiOod Ms r n IJF junior Sean Milarskl plays with Mo, hi s 5-month-old albino ferret, Sunday

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I. AlIIGAkR MONDAY, MARL H 5. 199 ELSEWHERE Hostage negotiations [cI RU T, fxbanon (UI) -An Iraiman deltgation A sum o W ,d Unofficial vI Its to lhe capials of Syria and it said I vhAlton Sunday amid a s* ii of fresh rep},rin on the The [ra poM b1e release of Western hostages i Lebanon. Iranian Pre The Independent newspaper of Iondon reported [he interest in Iranian negotiators' mission was to organize the up Iran's to release of one or more of the 17 captives Iranians According to the newspaper, leading Iranian figures the brothe andU S officials, including Cyrus Vance, have already MinisterF held secret talks in Geneva, Muscat and Ankara, Health Min 'he Americans involved were careful not to have The sou coriacts with present officials in Washington," the Rasi on I Independent said reconstru In Washington, Vice president Dan Quayle dented demolished that any "quid pro quo" negotiations for the release but hinted' of the hostages were taking place have been "We're not using Cy Vance to negotiate for the U.S. offi release of the hostages, Quayle said in an interview clandestine with CBS's "Face the Nation as ridiculo British officials acknowledged, according to the strike deal Independent, that "an approach" had been made But Mos several weeks ago offemng to open negotiations for American the release of Anglican Church envoy Terry Waite. result of th / /e / / or sanas donating blood shaIng cigaes coughing sharing sating utensils reported 1 $20 million was to be included in the deal, man team was dispatched to Beirut by sident Hashemi Pafsanjani, who has shown developing relations with the West to prop ,tterng economy, the newspaper said. ources in Beirut said Mainoud Rafsanjam, r of Rafsanjani, met with Syrian Foreign trouk Al Sharaa in Damascus and Lebanese ister Abdullah Rasi in Beirut. sces said Mahmoud Rafsunjani talked with he possibility of Iranian assistance in citing a water circulation network d in the ongoing inter-Christan fighting, that the plight of 17 Western hostages may discussed in the Syrian capital. cials have emphatically denied reported efforts and President Bush branded them us. Washington has officially vowed not to a with "terrorist organizations or states' erm sources told UPI that one of the eight captives was likley to regain freedom as a e secret U.S-Iranian diplomacy. Soviet voters flock to elections MOSCOW (UPI) -Soviet voters jammed polls in the nation's three major republics Sunday in elections that Mikhail Gorbachev called a "people's referendum on perestroika The elections represent the second stage of the Soviet leader's democratic reforms that began last year with the emergence of a largely freely elected national parliament. Sunday's multi-candidate elections offered voters choices among Russian nationalists, orthodox Communists and radical reformers, In some places, up to 20 candidates vied for one spot. At stake were 1,068 seats in the Russian Republic's parliament, 450 for the Ukrainian legislature and 310 in Byelorussia, andhundredsmorein city and regional Councils In Loeningrad, the country's second-largest city after Moscow, a specialized regional news agency said democratic bloc candidates swamped the orthodox Communists Ilie Northeast News Agency, which covers Leningrad, said 80percentofthecandidateswho made it to the runoff elections were nominees from either the Greens, the Russian or Leningrad Popular Fronts, or informal democratic organizations of various stripes. Gorbachev, accompanied by his wife Raisa and his Jury selection to beg WASHINGTON (U) -John Poindexter goes to court Monday, more than three years after the IranContra scandal rmined his career, in a key trial expected to feature television testimony by Ronald Reagan. Poindexter, Reagan's former national security adviser, is the highest ranking Reagan administration official to stand trial in the foreign policy and political debacle that seriously marred Reagan's second term. The scandal involved the secret sale of weapons to Iran in an effort to win freedom for American hostage. in Lebanon, and diversion of money from the weapons sales to aid the rebel Nicaraguan Contras when Congress had banned such military assistance. Jury selection begins Monday and the trial Is expected to last more than a month. Although Reagan will not appear personally, he will be the overriding presence at the trial. /r / / / / kissing hugging handshakes public rerooms swimming pools, hot tubs granddaughter, cast his vote in Moscow's Oktyabrskaya district and praised the broad array of candidates on the ballot. "Tbe essence is that it is a people's referendum on perestroika," Gorbachev told reporters. "I do hope people will come forward and take greater responsibility for themselves. Showing combative spirit, Gorbachev declared he would not refuse a nomination for his just created super presidency when the Congress of People's Deputies votes for a chief executive next week. Although the communists were the only recognized party in the balloting, they were opposed by a host of contestants from movements certain to become op position parties once the Conunist Party formaizes its pledge to end its monopoly on power. The Russian, Ukrainian and Byelorussia republics comprise almost three-fourths of thecountry'spopul. tion of 290 million people. The Rusaian republic has a population of 147 million, the Ukraine 51.7 million. and Byelorussia 10.2 million. On the eve of the elections in the giant Russian republic, fesida newspaper rocked the countryes fast. changing political landscape by publishing the progrm of the Communist Party's radical wing. It was another sign of splintering at the top of Soviet power structure. in in Poindexter trial It will be the first Iran-Contra trial to contain tese timony from Reagan. Poindexter finally obtained Reagan's teatlwony on the strength of argumens that he reported dallyand directly to the fonerpresident. After a long legal battle, during which Reagan fried to avoid testifying, he relented at the last minute and agreed to respond to questioning. Reagan spent some eight hours testifying on videotape in .s Angeles Feb. 16 and 17, and Poindexter's lawyers are expected to argue that Reagan gave overall policy guidance to Poindexter in [ran-Contra matter. Poindexter was Reagan's national security adviser from December 1985 =fit he resigned In November 1986 as the scandal unraveled and became public. 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MONDAY. MARCH 5. 19e. ALIGNA1R,5 Program for disabled in need of funds, staff KEVIN W1sNMEWMJ -ALLIGATOR Two competitors take a turn on the half-wile criterlum racetrack set up in a parking lot at Sant. IFe Community College last weekend. Team Florida cyclists host, win By SETH OLSEN Alligatorviter Drawing more than 100 riders and teams from 10 colleges, the UF Cycling Team hosted the first Southeastern Cycling Conference Race of the spring semester last week in Gainesville. For Team Florida, it was the first chance to capitalize on five months of extensive training. "We've been training about 30 hours a week since the last race in August," said Tim Heffner, vice president of lF's team and a junior in the College of Health and Human Performance. "Hosting the race worked to our advantage because we had at least two riders in each event who attacked like running backs-andfour tofivenore who served as linemen and blocked the other team's riders from advancing," Heffner said. With one of the largest teams in the conference and 30 riders competing, UF won the entire weekend event The team earned a total of 598 points, finishing 296 points ahead of second-place University of Georgia. Riders came from as far away as ike contest Sewanee Tenn. and Clemson, S.C., to compete in the event. As contest hosts, .Feam Florida provided judges, snacks on the race site and even floors to sleep on. "Like us, the teams that come here aren't varsity, so they have to save money when they can," UFjunior and team member Dale Davis said. "I had eight guys from Georgia on my floor and only one bathroom, so things got kind of crazy.* On the half-mile criterium racetrack, held in a parking lot at Sante Fe Community College, even organized racing became crazyThree riders dropped out of the Mens' A-team finals during their 50th and final lap, after a high speed crash. After rounding the fourth hairpin turn, Furman University rider Robert Babb hit a curb and slid Heffner and UF engineering junior Chris Bruce likewise went down and crashed in a domino effect. No one was injured. "When we came on the turn, I was drafting behind Babb when he went down," Heffner said. "I somehow hit him and the next thing I knew I flew over my handle bars, did a flip and landed on my feet sliding through the grass. It was really bizarre'" By RALPH ZANFARDINO Alligator Writer Physical education for disabled students at UF is both understaffed and underfinanced, according to one UF professor who has tried to keep the program afloat since starting it in 1982. Administrators asked Christine Stopka, a professor in the College of Health and Human Performance, to organize the Special Physical Education laboratory in September 1982. Stopka started the program using federal, state and local grants. Stopka said the federal grants are only available for one to three years and that the program is in its last year of financing. "It takes a lot of time and trouble to get money ortheprogramthrough thegrants said Stopka, who at times had to rely on her own money for the supplies and tools for maintaining weight machinery. ne laboratory first operated in a room By PATRICIA LEE and PAIGE EWALDSEN Alligator Writers Disabled people, usually labeled for what theycannot do, will demonstrate the thigs thell can do over the next few days, said UF professor Stuart Schwartz Disability Awareness Week, which beginsTuesday andcontiues through March 15, is sponsored by Physically I nied tnversity Students and funded by Student Government Through discussions, moviesand presentations, organizers hope to break down stereotypesofdisabled persons and emphasize their capabilities -rather than their limitations, Schwartz said "People will see that people who they think are very different are actually much like them. he said Schwartz teaches Exceptional People, a course designed to increase awareness and understanding of disabilities. The class will in towardd Hall, Stopka said But three years ago, the laboratory moved into several rooms on the first floor of the Womens Gymnasium, which previously were used for storage vihe university gave us some of the weights that they had in storage in the gym," Stopka said. "Then, with the help of the grants I got and the help from the graduate students, we were able to put the lab together-" The program offers physical education and recreation to both permaiently and temporarily disabled people in all age groups. There are only three schools in the area that have units available for the physically disabled, Stopka said. These schools are responsible for the disabled in nine to 12 counties. "Adaptive physical education needsto be see Exerclin, page 10 simulate physical disabilities during a kickoffprogramTuesday from 8:30 to 1025a.m. at the Reitz Union. Ken Osnield, disabled student affairs dean, said he hopes Disabilty Awareness Week will raise consciousness on accessibility problems for disabled students on campus. [.is is an awareness event," Osfield said "Even if it just makes one person understand that problems do exist, we have succeeded." Student Services consultant Hank Reidelberger has organized a committee to survey 200 buildings on campus to determine their accessibility for disabled students. "Our goal is to have all buildings on campus surveyed by June," Oslield said. "Disability Awareness Week will kick off this project, which is a main focus ofours." A pre-conference communication sympasium is scheduled today from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Reitz Union. 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AlJ(GAIl)Rt M4ONIMY %TAR( [I OPINIONS Welcome to the machine The moment seems so historic. UF is turning its back on some of its worst memories ever and enters a new year, a new decade, almost with a sigh of relief. The feeling of solace comes after massive firings and resignations and a proverbial clean slate. Football coach Steve Spurrier rode into town on a white horse and a practically destroyed football team glows with integrity. Today, UF gets its ninth president -a man expected to save UF. John Lombardi has said he will not make big decisions until he listens to people and is around enough to understand the issues. Some things can't wait that long. Today, we start a fivepart series that addresses how different UF groups see the important issues Lombardi needs to take control of. The most prevalent of these issues is the University Athletic Association. Firing coaches wasn't the cure -it was what the media and some alumni wanted but it wasn't the cure. The cure instead started when the Board of Regents put athletic associations under the authority of university presidents last December In that vein, the UAA should take a hard look at itself. And Lombardi needs to do the same. Getting rid of coaches was starting at the bottom. Changes need to be made at the top and throughout the whole system. Currently, the members of the UAA's Board of Directors are the same as those on the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee, a UF committee like any other with student and faculty members. The committee's duties are to supervise UF's relationship with the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA, to insure compliance with all rules and follow educational objectives. But for some reason, the committee doesn't meet regularly. Members conduct much of their business under the mask of UAA directors, a group that often holds its meetings in private. There are 18 members on the UAA Board -UF president, provost, two vice presidents, seven faculty members, athletic director, Board of Regents chairman, Gator Boosters president, two students and two alumni. After violations and criticisms, members said the UAA is "a first class operation" and not "out of control.' "It isn't like stuffing cash in a drawer, board member and associate law dean Dennis Calfee said in January. OK, then explain the last decade of athletic scandals and payoff. "I don't think these problems reflect a flaw in our syetern," UF law professor and 28-year member of the board Mandell Glicksberg said last semester. "I really don't know what the university could have done differently that would have prevented the problems we have now." Is he saying the president, athletic director, students and faculty members were in on the unlawful activities? Or are they so removed that they just didn't know? Maybe. Maybe not. But when a committee designed to supervise the actions of another group is made up of the same members, it becomes difficult to see what is right and wrong. Not to draw an unpleasant comparison, but if criminals sat on their own juries, how many guilty verdicts would there be? amgator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Letters Posay LSIWrs to UV WWr nWM ret Wc0d 200 w (ids 'NA* we &bio pole). Th." 2AM Is twwd dabiwsn ws a irnsw The eiisM 6tid NI M we 1 0 tW ,,1SI .esl,a S 57444 There's just no place like home Though I find myself temporarly living in Port Townsend, Washington. in an isolated comer of the United States' Pacific Northwest. I am a Gainesville boy at heart. I find myself thinking of what I still consider my hometown often, and there are certain things about Gainesville that an expatriate who loves his city misses more than any others. To those of you still blessed enough -and it is a blessing to be in what I like to call the Center of the Universe -I'd like to bring to your attention some of the praiseworthy things about Hogtown that you might not be appreciating fully now. You don't know what you've got till its gone, as some hippie chick once yodeled. So, her's a selected list of what I miss when I'm missing home. M The UF library. It's a stunner, folks, particularly compared with what Ive got to deal with up here. Unless you move to some other town with a humungous state university, you're just not gonna find such a treasure trove of "free" books and periodicals at your disposal. If you love books, knowledge and reading at all, you should be spending hours a day in there, no iI. You'll be kicking yourself forever if you don't take advantage now, bruit me. N Standing on the corner of University Avenue and 13th Street watching car go by watching me stand on the corner. Spring. I'm going to miss Spring entirely this year. 'iert's a two or three week period, usually in late March orearlyApril, where the weather in Gaine.s vile achieves temperate zone perfection: mid 70s temperatures, breezes, sky a vivid blue broken by billowing clouds high up. Just right for me, lying in the grass with my shirt off. Then, by May. the high 81% or low 90s have set in and it raing every day between 3 and 5 p.m., and you begin to wonder why you're alive. But such are the cycles of the seasons and of life itself. Exceptional People is not an easy 'A' Ed or: I am writing this letter to express my strong resentment toward an article discussing the class Exceptional People in the Feb. 28 Allfgator. As a teaching assistant of the class, I recommend that you have Your writers clarify their facts before printing such derogatory statement. aif Brian Dohiffy FREE THOUGHT The record stores. Gainesville has ror than one super-nifty one. Many other places -like Port Townsend. needless to say -are not so blessed. Lolling in the grass on campus, whether in the Plaza or on the Union lawn. All the young people. Mutley Chix. 1 Live rock n' roll in general. Walking through the student ghetto in the hour before sundown, diffused colored light breaking though the frees and illuminating all the old, crumbling, yet charmingly beautiful houses, M The magazine selection at Goering's. Riding my bike down 13th Street, seeing people I know and like wherever I go, which is the essence of home I suppose. Sunset over the corner of University Avenue and 13th Street, watching the colon on the Holiday Inn and everywhere else getting richer, darker and more vivid as the sun goes down, seeing all the cars go by while relaxing outside Leonardo's. e one ofthe ost beautiful sights I've ever seen. Now, you night think here in ert Tbwnseid Iget to see sunrise over Poget Sound right outside my living om window, sunset over the lnposing Olynm pic mountain range at night, loads of weale beauty." the kind of stuff wees all supposed to cream On -and I will admit it all has its merits. So how can I get all misty about sunet Over fume-choked Intersection and agoddama Holiday Inn? If you have to ask, you just don't understand what it means to be home. Bria Dohry is a Gabakl poarks. As a former student of the class, I look back at this course a the greatest leaning experience of any class that I have taken at the University of Florida. As a graduating senior, I have completed many classes. Excep. tonal People is the class that will help me the most in the real world. Consequently, even though the grades may be high, with the 'A' grading scale ranging from a 93 percent to 100 percent, this i. by no means An easy class. 'The class require, ,olunteer hout to be completed outside of class throughout the semester. The l dent takes a number of gets and also IasdignMd11reaction ppers. In ad ibo to this, each student leana sign language I. let them comnunlcate with the dea, Stadistic. show dug the mor a student enjoys a clan, the IMre they will study. his could be a rmsonwhy the graesamonselgh Tam"m stand" 41M / -76c~a cor'hmes.,

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MONDAY, MARCH 5. ll. MAJGATOR. 7 Latin American cuisine entices curious eaters By PATRICIA LEE Alligator Writer Curious and hungry, more than 300 people arrived at the University Women's Club Sunday to sn about Latin American cuisineWhat they found was a 40-course meal offering everything from appetizers to desserts -but only for those who arrived early. People who attended the Hispanic Student Association's Latin American Food Festival had to make quick decisions or risk missing out. gehe food went a. fast as people could eat it, and that was very fast," said Mariella Gonzales, HSA spoke* woman and coordinator of the event. When people started arriving at noon, food server, almost couldn't keep up with the pace, Gonzales said. Many were tasting food from Peru, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Colombia, Nicar. Pua, the Dominican Republic and other Latin American countries for the first time, but others came for foods that reminded them of home. 'We miss It like hell," said advertising senior Carlos Valiente. He and his cousin Lulsa Varona, both born in Cuba, arrived early and were able to sample chicken and rice, pork rinds, coconut fudge, cassava, pork stew and capuchinos, miniature sponge cakes drenched in a sweet, light syrup. "I'm homesick!" said Varona, a telecommunications senior. I miss myna Pin (the aunt who cooked for her in ifa -i)." But Hispanics were not the only people who attended. Curious food lovera from different countries made their rounds, sampling dishes that ranged in cost from 25 cents for coconut fudge to 75 cents for a spiced chicken drumstick with sauce. The festival was the closing event of the first annual Hispanic Heritage Week. "It has actually been more of an Intandional wek" said graduate Btu. dent Richard De ey. "Fve seen petpie from all nationalities at this and the other events." Hispanics were joined by many nonHispanics at the Latin Fiesta Friday at the University Holiday Inn, and different cultures met again at the Carta Oliva y Los Sobrinos dd Jun concept Saturday at the Reitz Union. "The entire community has been very receptive to the Hispanic events," Gonzalez said. "ITere is a wonderful feeling watching everyone have a good time together." Fair features exotic pets Animal owners discuss care By NICOLE SNEED Alligator Wnter Move those stuffed lions, tigers and bears, here come the snakes, bats and baboons Stuffed animal displays were crammed into a corner Saturday as the Florida Museum of Natural History made room for live exotic animals during Animal Fair'90. Animal lovers gathered to talk about their exotic pets and, in some cases, to warn people against keeping such pet. Niki Caligirzi. who displayed his year-old Egyptian fruit bat. Prince, said he keeps five bats in his room as part of an exotic animal captive breeding program, but he said as a rule, bats make lousy pet. "It is really hard to keep them," Caligirui said. 'The hardest thing is getting them on the right diet" The 12-yearold bat fan said he feeds his bats fruits supplemented with liquid nutrients. Chiroptologist Jackie Beiwood said bats are kept only for study because they tend to have nutritional deficiencies In captivity. "Ihey do it in zoos and other facilities, but It Is very hard to duplicate their natural diet," Belwood said. "If they are adapted to flying after insects, it's really difficult to get them to eat out of a dish It takes months to train bats to survive in captivity." Beiwood currently is working with the University Athletic Association to move a large colony of North American free-tailed bats from McKethan Stadium bleachers to Lake Alice. Jan Nuad and her 15-year-old Guinea baboon, of snakes, bats, baboons Olive, demonstrated how patience, persuasion and a few treats can make any animal a willing pupil for a wide variety of tricks. Olive NWrled a baton, leaped through a hoop and played the cymbals for an audience of about 50. Naud said Olive performed in a circus before taking up the lecture circuit with her. But Naud said keeping baboons takes com plete dedication. Although Olive was calm throughout the entire demonstration, baboons are "potentially dangerous' anmals that need constant attention to be handled safely. "It's a 7-day-wyweek thing," Naud said. "You have to handle these animals a lot." Naud also explained that baboons arm social animals, traveling in large numbers to protect themselves front predators, such as big cats and snakes. As a group they can be terrifying, but individually they are vulnerable to their many natural enemies. "IThe baboon that finds himself alone in the wild is a dead baboon," Naud said. Contrary to popularbelief, Naud said, baboons can live up to 15 years longer in captivity than they do in the wild, but they require expert attention. Other people at the fair said their exotic pets are easy and fun to keep. Ferrets are great pets, said ferret owner Carol Hill, because they are quiet, friendly, litter-train. able and inexpensive to keep. She said the hardest part about keeping them is "ferret-proof. ing the house" and keeping an eye on them. see Pets, page 12 We ace pleased to announce thar the Cafle Schoen Iriirutce of Ohr Soaayach klngee is once eamn siponuring is 'Summer Vacation i Israel' %udy and touring program WHEN: Full Prt,grant lune J-Auguyl 1. 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A, AUJGAfl)R. MONI) v I AIL i' % STUDENTS from page 1 Scales said former president Marshall Criser, who resigned last April. and his temporary replaCement, former Provost Robert Bryan, were unaware of UPs cold shoulder. "[(Criser and Bryan knew how students were treated by faculty and staff, then they might have gotten a little more involved Scales said. "But there's such a level of bureaucracy, the problems never get to them." Fmployee unfriendliness may bother students, but a different kind of hostility put UF in a statewide spotlight this sees ter Reports of racial unrest on campus have been making headlines since last semester, with much of that attention focusig on a proposed white rights group. leaders of the white student union, which has entered the process to become an official UF organization, say the group is opposed to discrimination against whites But many blacks see the group as evidence of increasing racism. the white rights group is not alone in the headlines Charges that UFpolice treat blacks unfairly, the increased local visibiliy of white supremacist factions and the dclacing of the Rev. Martin Lither Iing Jr monument downtown backed belief that racial pension exists Aligator Advertising Don't you just hate that panicky, sqwRnil sinking feeling you get when you lose something? (Shudder) We do, too. So much, in fact, that if you find something, we'll let you place a feae ad in our Lost and Found section Be kind to someone who's lost what you've found Call 373-FIND up the "We have a severe problem with student relations, and it's getting worse and wors.' -Michael Browne Student Body President-elect That tension prompted Bryan to create a task force to examine the causes, while UF police Chief Everett Stevens set up a student forum to improve strained relaLions between officers and blacks. Student Body President-elect Michael Browne, who replaces Scales Friday, said those efforts are just a start 'We have a severe problem with student relations, and it's getting worse and worse," senior Browne said. "A lot of students are afraid to walk on campus at night, afraid to talk to professors, afraid to talk to fellow students." Sophomore Julia Wilson, a computer engineering major, said Lombardi needs to break down the walls that divide students "I think he needs to work on some type of unification for students, some type of system where minorities feel more com fortable around other students," Wilson said "lie needs to reach out to students I TANNAElD_ IW,,L M,bfth~r (AM *-2i "'4'il-e VF1 AN*,m ncH oI) to get over these problems." But political science junior Keith Wi hams said problems with race relations and athletic scandals take a back seat to the most important issue -campus parkmg. Or, more accurately, the lack of it. "God, it's just terrible," Williams said. "I paid $46 for my decal aod then they build a new dorm and I lose all the spots that I could use It's really a bad situation Williams got crowded out last October when construction on UFs 23rd residence facility cut 489 parking spots from Flavet parking lot, leaving 17,437 campus spaces for the 25,888 students who have parking decals. But Craig Varn, Student Traffic Court chief justice, said students can find a space any time they want. 'There's enough parking," Van said. "It's just a matter of planning to get to campus a little earlier. (They can get a space) if they really want to make a conscious effort and park at the Park-andRide, and then ride a bus in." Varn said the Park-and-Ride area southwest ofcampusoffers5Oto 100open spots at any given time and a 20-minute ride to the center of campus. "I'here's really no place to put up more spaces," Varn said. "When it comes down to lombardi, I can't see him doing much with parking "I'm sure he's got a lot of other things Io (himk about." r Ch-Lunch at Alanl Cubsnr 1712WUnivo I This week's Super Special I Chl-rolled Cheeseburg. I Sm French Fries 3 z I I Plus 20 other lunch specials I I rom$195 I cati ahead for fast takeout 3 3756969 --111 -111 -111 -111 1111 1111 -1111OM LOMBARDI from page 1 research," Brockmann said. "Having administrators who are academicians is the only way that vision will be fulfilled. They're the only people who understand that the real purpose and goal of the university is education and research." The expectation of Lombardi to put his foremost attention on several groups at one time is to be expected, said Bryan, who added that Lombardi's first week will be "enjoyable anarchy." "He will be pulled in 15 directions at once," Bryan said "The most difficult thing will be to determine which things to do first. He will be led to believe each one is more important" Perhaps the most publicized problems facing Lombardi is the athletic scandal and incidents of racism on campus. He also must begin working with alumni and continue UF's massive fundraising campaign. But being at the center of controversy is just where Lombardi needs o be, said Charles Reed, chancellor of the State University System. "Lombardi is the perfect person for U Fat this time in his developmentr Reed said. 'This is because of the academic set of binoculars he uses to look at the future. He will take the excellence of UF in all of those colleges and schools and pull them together. 'Ijust have high expectations fromhim," Reed said "UF is going to be able to put our state university system on the map." I SmUDENT COVtmSMENT IMIoAtONAL LIUIO CAUNE7T REfZUNi PROGRAM COUNCIL NCGI Ah WINNERS M me one? AvnfJA1 SRGANIZAT10NAL BRAN B WL TOURNAMENT lsT: 2ND: RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 10171W University Avenue Gainesville.Flodda a 904/376-8899 PHI DELTA THETA STUDENT HONORS ORGANIZATION 3RD: PHI KAPPA TAU CONGRATULATIONS! A 64

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10, AJlIGATUR. MONI)AY, MARCH 3, 190 EXERCISE frorm page 5 more widespread." Stopka said. "There is a statute that calls for equal opportunity in PE specifically for the disabled in pu blic schools This state is probably one of the slowest in the country. and lack of funds is used as a reason The laboratory also is used by physically disabled students enrolled in UF's Adapted Programs and Special Activities courses At the beginning of eath semester, about 16 permanently disabled students are enrolled in the courses Students enrolled in other physreal education courses who injure themselves and can't participate in daily activities join the course to keep from losing credit and to rehabilitate themselves. Those who take the courses must have a doctor's note stating the limitations ot their disabilities. The lab has several other uses as well. Retarded children from neighboring schools use the lab for physical fitness, and several international Wheelihair athletes use the lab to prepare for competitions Stopka also teaches students in the College of Health and Human Performance to become athletic trainers She said her work load is too heavy and that she has diffi culty finding enough staff members to cater to the needs of the physically disabled We tire u ide rstaffed wise," Stolk a said facultyThe Reitz [fnion offered the lei. sure course Exercise for the Dis abled for the first time this semester, providing disabled students another place to seek help. Susan Cornto, a senior in the Colloge of Health and Human herCormance, formed the class after taking part in Stopka's class. When Gornto sprainedherankle and found herself unable to parici)dte in the conditioning course she had enrolled in, she was placed in Stopka's Adaptive Programs course. She saw how Stopka worked with the disabled students, and she decided to form the course. 4We are not physical therapists or trainers," Gornto said, "but we are trying to help them out,' Gornto said. "We offer them a nice atmosphere It's relaxing." Despite the popularity of the course before enrollment, only one student enrolled in the class. Gornto said. Gorato blames inilex. ible class hours for the small turn out. Carnto works wih journalism junior Beth Formica three times a week and said she is using this time to learn how to improve the course for summer enrollment. Formica, who has cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair, said Gornto has helped her ihprove her ability to walk. Gornto hopes to put the experi. ence to use by pursuing a career in the field of physical education for special populations, particularly with physically disabled students. 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1j AUJGATOIR. MONDAY MARL H 5, l'I) 'Snakebusters' work to protect reptiles By NiCOLE SNEED than 10 feet long. frighten people A.gator witer into killing them Many timev, Wkr said, the When %ike Welker gets calls caller doesn't cv te know if the from frightened folks, he grabshis sinake is pOiS{>nOuis or not They hook and pillowcase and dashes only want it gone out the door to save people from 1pAtetially toucy and dangerous sitiiins Vinh snakes He calls his service SO.ikelbosie" and he does it for re WVlktr lust started "snakebust g"'I la a few months ago, mpinrg to Jii IeI( unwittingvictimis from hoime snake encounters and proitt snaels from maiming or dooth Ile said many snakes, incI (I ng Ihe h a rIess endangered Ildgo which can grow to more PETS from page "You have to be really careful not to leave doors open because they ought leave. and unlike dogs, they won't come back," said Ifill, whow pet s name is blazer fill said she wanted to dispel rumos 0 but Lithe ferociousness of ferrets and teach people how to properly care for ferrets they own [ut even i it is poisonous, the Santa Ye Commutly College student, who started a siTilar service in North Carolonalastyear, will still remove it After tie captures the snake in a pillow cise, he will take it to a proected area, such as Paynes Prinie, to release it And his service is not limited to snakes Welker can remove any type of aiphibian or reptile except albgators The Florida Garre and Fresh Water Fish Commission will remove the alligators. Jerry Ruoz and his 17-foot Burmese Python, Puffy, guarded the front entrance of the museum. Ruiz, who is a zoo keeper in High Springs, said he feeds Puffy six rabbits every other week -by hand "You can just hold (the rabbit) by the hind legs so that the snake can grab it easier," Ruiz said, adding that he has never been bitten by his snakes O AmedcanHeart Assoclafion WEArFIGHTING FOP F NOUGthFE BLACK HAIR CARE Everyday Prices Cam .se Curi $33 leisure Cudt us41 *E Roiitrs $20 i a WILD HAIR 374 8687 PIZZA TO go m\ SPECIALIZING IN PIZZA'S & ITALIAN SUBS WE DELIVER FREE 4320 S.W. 20th AVE. 335575 Lg. 16" Garlic Bread 1g. 6' Pia Chse Piu wh 1 To Ing 0su. n 12" USC g t .o .I s-",cN,, NoVIO 14, dr, ErW N .r 1,a", 1,1 ors III,. Ma, 15 wm E~onMau I5NO El ( In M, I, 192 Buy 2 12 cheese 6 pk Special 12" Italian Sub Pinas only$8.4 Buyany C LI"2 $&. plus I cano Extra Item $1.00 pi. .:ol and I bag Bo chip. 6 pk. of cofs FREE cos with sub No ~ ~ VA ~ h' ~ vd QI*l My Criwn Nol 4IN .1 n se III Nd 6 04h al .1d~id !h ~* o 15' M h .,r N 01 *,f MWh INN90 Bae The Clock Specil $3.U Off any 12" Italian Mealtball 16 Lg. Ch1se Pln. with 1 loppinLg. 16" deluxe Sub S13.A .ole .r." Save $1 NC rag 54 69 E0 .,ad soy VaI I$ I E e w r .1*,, EIA d 0 a No.'i MWd 15 hecINo i o lhIM 15 IMfr o ~"W" 01 COM (.p,,e. SI S NEN.ss, 5 90IQ UI NOW OPEN FOR iUNCH must have coupon to get special -'I AN MaBh Monday Pre ovent, rrtI uewtl I~,i Minm Sympehum I Wyn Reil, tnic 83ai -I ipm PruNed By NBo.l com SpdeI LIgI U0lH," f F"A, (Ce, Wini~ al ~cI P,.nr, .or, Machlsaftrdy KlVk-i .oF P gwm 0 ShXmv iDsn d ij,,i,ec %mu.Laie 0 a inwuro 02 ~ m d:i JWR harderm Otsuibiy AnWen Week EXPOfl, wKLI Colonade fru I Ris, n2thu hii Sonay .ails .oWyd W MAts Kjrllv P sca'e. r tignt Pam AVsNe IIhI~r -WIN12-5yM le danm inh-'M'uu.iy. Bki aMd M he -criidnd MSH$. swo hwcsh Myi na My -, Mor w"Meti AYu. Cnas.d Isse WNWrk (RUIC). ar W, Whau, PennS MarfhTT Thural~y aplTemb keteMd'na Fflir. Uu'Miy Aves widwn er is .jn amo2 on, Se'egasA he Oco niter SI"tinH Mor Ue' 13Tuesday x "is. b, t-ga-a fll calAama p. iyn~i esdes W. isa Or~. I lpha Kapp, Pet Chma. WNW a Us. -Nylelm INVI KI -,2.,10o ANNt, 111 Cnr|jirr At~a Peop H0sue toaalin Library Wie les l&Wado W 2 Wu NI MApprlewnhy M da be.n 3922161 SKIP A IAtaL -Sp 26edbyWSAMS .( A.rn Mau1. Schmsm) CatorDining StudCHS and Gntk afiwied saudonuskip a a and rd go to MuIp Sccross Foondar IE Gtor Dhing dat is from March 1214. and the Grkr HIouNs is by choice Conttw Andrea 36-8829 fer Candi't(2' -"'-rdea n --amtt -Ois-i21.eOffc --guSanc disABILITY AWARENESS WEEK March 6 -15, 1990 Sponsored by: PLUS Funded by Sudni Oowernent 'Na

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I& AI.fGATOR MONDAY. MARCH S. 1990 HELP WANTED hands HosP I 11 I me Un er'siy Of fior do nes M i 1'u ir, .I '' '' 'ur'if si 5 .I vaii *Secretlry (Ion, Jn M L req.rs 45 CWPM 2yrs Pir a lI eare erCe worn Trocessant ino dair ,r v ,iper once *RecepTonis i 18m 'pm M I ) and i12 30pm 5pm M It reqwres 35 CWPM Ssecre'aralcerical saperriece as well as excient phone skiiis -and ablly 10 deal wcpubi. 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Crimson -y D &nts Alligator Staff Writer The UF basketball team reached the magic number 20 for the fourth consecutive season Saturday aftemoon against Alabama. But unlike the last three seasons when the Gators won 20 games en route to reaching the NCAA Tournament, the 1980-90 squad ended the regular season 7-20 with a 63-54 loss to the Crimson Tide in front of 7,111 in the O'Connell Center. flley just out executed us today and we lost They just have a lot of horses and they play hard," freshman Stacey Poole said after scoring a team-high 18 points. "Weplayed our hearts out but the shots just wouldn't go down today. We could have beaten them if some of the shots would have fallen for us. "We could have beat them today and I think they know that. With the loss, the Gator, finish the season with a 3-15 mark In the Southeastern Conference and the lastlace seed in the SEC Tour, nament, which starts Thursday in Orlando. Te 20lonemn Isthefirst sincethe 198142 season and it is the seventh time in history. While the Gators battled the largerAlabama players, they sIN had trouble finding synpathy from the officials. Alabama shot 27 foul shots, making 18, while the Gators book only four foul shots, making all four. "TIe final analysis is the home team shots four free throws and the visiting team shoots 27," interim coach Don DeVoe said. "Who's going to win with a disparity like that? No, you're not going to Mn. The Gatous took no foul shots In the second half while the Crimson 'lde attempted 19, building the lead to 13 points with 6:13 left in the game. Ibre officiating plays a wery Important part in the game and you have to believe they are doing their very beat job. DVo said. 'Hut today we shot four and they shot 27, and we play man defense and they play some man defense.! Butthe GatorS*fuSed togiveupat l3down, going on 81 run In a four-minute span to pull within six, 5340, with 2:46 remaining. But the Gatorswould getno closer as'Bamacloed the game by making four of five free throws while UF had scoring trouble. "I think we gave the effort A lot of shots that wentup tonightjustdidn't fall" Poole said. 'I think we could have done without It (the missed shots) but it happen, and you've got to live with IV But Alabams had & lot to do with the UP missing its shot, DeVoe said. The Crimson Tide used a variety of defenses against the Gaton and took away their inside game. UF, 63 -54 waiN WJE U -AuiAT Dwayne Davis g S one of his gane-high 12 rebounds during the Gators' 63-54 loss Saturday to Albt In the O'Connell Center. "We didn' play very well today, DeVoe said. At the end of the game, we were not able to set up for good shot., and Alabama had a lot to do with thal." UFenter Dwayne Davis recorded a doubledouble, 10 points and a game-high 12 rebounds. Melvin Cheafim led Alabama with 21 points and Keith Askans scored 13 points. The los is the Gatrs' seventh home loss this year, matching the most losses at home since the O'Conell Center opened In 1961. I'm relieved webroke that losing atreak but I'm not relieved the regular season is over," Poole said. lt'sbeen very disappointing. I wish we could have those 14 games over again. It's over and we just need to get going to get ready for the tournament. UF will open the SEC Tournament against Vanderbilt in Orlando Area 'Florida is going to beat someone If become [a prepared, Poole said. "if we don't come in prpared Florida is going to get blown out. No one Is going to take us for granted." More UF runners qualify for championships Th men's and women's track teams each qualified for the NCAA Indoor Chaplonships in one more event at the Florida Fast Thes In the O'Conne Center on Friday. Theretwa a last chance to qualify for the NCAA Ihoer Cbamplonshlp, to be held in the lndlanapolls Hoosier Doe thisFridayad Sat-a. A ROUND $PORTS Junior polenllur Mike Hoowy cleared 17 feet, 7 inches to lua*. The juM was Hollowe'g A to clear 17 Anet In competition since lnhalag his haumling before the son started. Hollowy joins eMg Jumper Dion Bentley. 200 and 400ameier maner on Kemp. 400 and 800 rnair Mark Everett and hurdler Earl Diarmnd as tie G ;rs who quafiad this season. The Gators aisoqualified a 4x400 relay team composed of Eveett, Kemp, Diamond and leawis Lacy. The Lady Gaors lone qualifier Friday came in the 4x400-meter relay which ran; 3:391. Wonien Us mph" 140 MONTEREY, Calif. -The UFwomen's golf team finished in 14th plow Sunday a the Joeiets/San Jose Sae yabmtiona The imly Gatore shot a three-day total of 331-323137-7of, bIll.g 38 strokes behind winner Araloisn StOL. Dm was mcand with 940 followed by Okho.a Stte W. Lisa Hackney we Urs top finisher, oing 15th with a thresdb total of 235. 2 swkeloime 1-y M KCAA ORLANDO-UFwi ur Mike Wermutb and Vince GkImbehd quailled for the NCAA towmet Saiurday a oe r of Florms Region IV S9wikng OsqlAos In s the Ortando Aquatic Center. Wewlh riamed to te 50 beestyl. in 20.34 mocis. Glaw al quaffeid in the DOC free. Both were first-place d.on Water polo club holds tourney Despite a 7-0 record and a Thome-pool* advantage, the UF water polo club was knocked out of this weekend's doubimellmination Gator Spring Invitational after two games. A team from Clearwater defeated UF 9-7 in the tournament's opening game and North Mind Bech eliminated the Gators later In the day. UF took oat Its frustration on the Univerallyof Miami club with a 24.4 thrshing Sunday IN a =asladee game. The Miasm city club wan the tournament with a 16-12 victor over Norh Miami Beach in the final Wes Fa led te Gatoe with eigt goals In th toumr ant and goale Scott Spangler s"ood out defensively, shutting don the Hu,*.tag offene Cianm fen Algator satf s .dn. Pea.k Tide rolls past By GREGG DOYEL Alligator Staff Writer The UF women's basketball squad's best season in five years came to an end Saturday at the hands of Tennessee, 81-56, in the second round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament in Albany, Ga. But the loss didn't come before the Lady Gators gave the nation's third-ranked team an early scare UF, which upset Kentucky 70-54 Friday in first-round action, jumped to a four-point lead late in the first half against the lady Vols, who beat the Lady Gators 75-42 on Feb. 17. ButTennessee brought the lady Gators back down to reality over the last five minutes of the half, outscoring the suddenly coot Lady Gators by 15 during that stretch to take an 11-point halftime lead. The second half held more of the same for UP. despite its rebounding advantage over the taller Lady Vols. UF, the eighth-best rebounding team in the country and tops in the SEC, outboarded Tennessee 37-36. Junior guard Sophia Witherspoon led all scorers with 22 points. Junior forward Rhvonja Smith added 17 points and a team,high 10 rebounds for the Lady Gatort (15-13). Daedra Charles scored 17 points and Den. Head added 16 for the lady Vols, which improved to 24.4 with the victory. UF avenged an earlyseason loss to Kentucky on Friday, riding the crest of a 44-point second-hall outburst at the expense of the Lady Kids. who only managed 21 points in the last 20 minutes Witherspoon had 13 of her game-high 19 points In the second half, and UF turned its perennial Achille'heel into potent weapon, sinking 24 of 34 free throws to the lady Kits dismal 7-for-23 shooting at the line. The Lady Gators had been .hooting 50 percent from the line, but improved on that against Kentucky, shooting at a 71 percent chip. Senior UP forward Ann Glasse scored nine points and a gamehigh 11 boards, both careerbests, and freshman center laTonya McGee added 11 points and nine rebounds The lady Gators outrebounded Kentucky 81,31. The Lady Gators held Kentucky's Kristi Cushenberry, who had 29points in the Lady Kats' 84-70 victory over UP on Feb. 10, to just 14 Friday. Kentucky entered the contest loth nationaly In scoring offense, averaging 84.3 points a game. But with leading scorer lisa Elis co king just eight point, the lady Kats were held to 34 under their seon's average is UF knocked the lady Kate fom the SEC our nmy for the second consecutive yIr. Lady Gators fall at SEC tournament

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20 ALLIGJAT R. MONDAY MARCH 5, Io990 SPORTS Gymnasts improve on road, but still lose meet By SHARON GINN Alligator Writer Alt elUUQII tlie UF gymnasts haven't exa.IV I co r)id warriors this season, Friday iglu (hwy 'yi hive taken a step m the right dil ( lt I i' so I i tors lost to No 4 Louisiana Slae Til \:o 1I Ariona State, but their N(011 00 1K ) s their highest road total l 1 , 1 NET posted a 190 15 to win tho inmt 1 I iipt, Ar/ ASIJ Look second 'I* 'ti i I I I vtii ],a ppy with our teami score," Calot QXA h 1 ltnstmot Weaver said "We did our job tonight. We only had to count one fall, so we were pretty pleased with that fact" The Gators haven't won a road meet yet this season, a fact that Weaver said could hurt them at the March 24 Southeastern Conference Championships in Athens, Ga. UF will be facing fourofthe teams they have lost to thisyear, including 1989NCAAchamplans Georgia But Weaver said UF (6-5) needed a good road 'core at this weekend's meet even moe thin they needed a win The Gators' precious seaso-high road total was 185.65 Iii their Feb 10. loss to Alabamaand Georgia. Ul got the score they needed without the services of sophomore all-arounder Melissa Kutcher, who was ill and did not make the trip The Gators filled the gap easily, posting a season-high vault total of 4690 despite being one vaulter short. Three Gators matched or set their colegiate-best vault scores -Kim Day (915), Amy Beispiel (9 35) and Jeannette Hrubes (9 35) Senior Karen Brennalt and junior Pal Titus were the Gators' top performers, tying for third in the all-around with a score of 37 70 LSU's Rachelle Fruge took first with a 38,25, and ASU's Suzy Baldock scored a 3805 to place second overall Titus and sophomore Christina Mc. Donald shared first place in the uneven bars competition with LSU's Amy Churchill and Eva Hozman. The four scored a 9.60 to win the event. Baldock scored a 9.55 to place second, and ASU's Tracy Butler took third with a 9.50 UF posted a season-low floor exercise total of 46.90. Titus led the Gatonrs on that event, scoring a 9.60 to take third. LSUs Fruge placed first with a 9.85 Butler scored a 9.70 to win the beam competition, and ASU's Molly Carpenter and Julianne Wilson tied for the vault tile with scores of 9.75. 'Canes hit Gators, take 2-game series Bt ALEX MARVEZ I---I~~10 1 1)1 1 I"'een s L I It lh I I 1 1 I'lmm ollo ll w' -I : 'lay ii II' time .ilbh l)Idy w ith lailt II I id lhnd bnee to I l,,t CI hi C I I I(Alia tig toge S i I things t n:, [' unl xn Ining ba ""ir to do, a gle. I ic not at ith Ml 1s bMrcmin~ !1 li,,IE basol in til(I H Ib Ibi Pert y .ndi le UF base RII,'N\ it lino i first andr t t iid Ii the fourth, and MI ike Nlolw li) Into a fifth-inning doille r it drove in Rick Bril(O N oni third but forced Gigziti ti, out a second "We lu, e got to get going offensively in If t i I I get a little hungrier if we .i e going to be successful (his year," UFcoachioe Arnold sul "iT order for us to do anythi ig. we'% e got to start getting some runs i %then we have run. ners i Ttorooq position." Ul. p-7 and ranked lith in the Collegiate Haselaml/ESPN poll, found itself in a 4-0 hole Sunday in the lhird inning. Mike Tosar Neimod ifi he tirst iniiiignfiterwalkIg.