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An administrator from UF and another
from The Johns Hopkins University are
among four finalists competing for the vacant
UF provost position the second highest-
ranking job on campus.It .
is a position both faculty and administrators -
say needs a leader who will improve UFs
Y battered image and give more attention to
"Our image affects fund raising, our rela-
tionship with the Legislature and our rela-
tionship with other universities," said UF
Fs= faculty union President Jane Brockmann.
"We need someone who listens, who will
REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR encourage faculty. The worst thing is people
All that Jazz who are rigid, who reinforce some of the
Jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan, right, and Paul Schaffer and problems we already have."
The World's Most Dangerous Band, above, perform in front One of the four provost finalists is Andrew
of several thousand people at the Bandshell Saturday nightto Sorenson, associate dean for Academic Af-
a fairs with the School of Hygiene and Public
Celebration 1990.
wrap up Health at The Johns Hopkins University -
MICHAEL HOLAHAN the same university UF President John
Lombardi! is from. Another finalist, Gene
Hemp,began serving as UF's Interim Provost
when Bryan left the position.
Candidates tackle growth issues The other two finalists are Shirley Clark,
Interim Provost at the University of
Minnesota's Twin Cities campus, and Mi-

Hieh-rise i- apartment. complexes. among- ideas for Student Ghetto chael Dean at Baer the,University College of of Arts Kentucky.and Sciences

anis is the second in a three-part series said, referring to the area. adding that such an industry should be UPs provost earns about $100,000 annu-
examining the problems facing Gainesville.In "You've got slum houses in there costing environmentally safe.MayorCommissioner. ally, serves as the vice president of Academic
a survey, college students named the issues $500 to $600 a month because of the loca- Cynthia Chestnut, Affairs and is in charge of UF when the
discussed in this series crime, growth & tion." who is Howard's sole opponent in the District president is away.
development and traffic as the city's most William Howard, a retired UF finance 2 race, agrees with Murphy about the UF received more than 70 applications for
Pressing roblems. professor who's running for the District 2 need to broaden the city's economic base. the position,vacated when Robert Bryan took
BLAKE FONTENAY seat,has a vision for the Student Ghetto that Chestnut said she'd like to see more over as interim president last April. Bryan
By is similar to McKnew's. "regional-type" businesses businesseswith later retired when Lombardi! began as UFs
Alligator Writer That should be a high intensity area," more to offer than minimum-wage jobs. new president March 5.
Growth and development.They're words Howard said.I "That should all be high-rise "We have to really .market. our. city," A special Provost Search Committee will
that seem to come up during every local and apartments. Chestnut; said. "(But\ ) we're not finish interviewing the four finalists in the
state government election. Often growth Howard said that if he were interested in bringing in just any next week and then recommend three to
and development are debated in abstract elected, he would encourage the OCp businesses." Lombardi!, who will make the final choice.
terms, but the issues behind those wordsare city to buy parcels of land in the NS For W.E. "Mac" McEachern Lombardi! has already said what he wantsin
anything but abstract. Student Ghetto whenever they a retired telephone technician the next provost. He said he's looking for
The way the city handles growth and become available,then to sell the who's running for the District 3 someone who realizes that conflict is to be
development could affect, students when land to developers who would seat, the key to growth also is expected and welcomed.
they look for new apartments or part-time build the high-rise complexes. providing more jobs. "Conflict is a very important part of the
jobs. And all six candidates for two city Howard has been addressing McEachern said he supports provostial position,"Lombardi! said at the Jan.
commission seats have ideas about how only one issue: the: city's pen- MARCH 13 a vocational job-training pro- 18 meeting of the Provost Search Committee.The .
growth and development should be man sion plan during his campaign, but he gram that the city recently created. 16-member committee composed of
aged. said that he also opposes the idea of givingtax And he opposes the notion of combiningthe faculty,administrators and students had orig-
RealtorTom McKnew,a candidate for the breaks to developers to encourage city and county planning departments inally set the provost application deadline for
December 1989 but extended it to Feb. 28
3 would like to because he feels such a move would under-
District seat, encourage
developers to replace single-family homes Michael Murphy, a UF student who's cut the city's authority to develop its own after Lombardi!was named the new president.
and duplexes in the Student Ghetto with running for the District 3 seat, has spent a neighborhoods."We Since that time, the committee narrowedthe
field to four,then began interviewing the
large of his campaign talking about the
that would In-
large apartment complexes can resist the urge to end city plan-
candidates in public meetings. Those meet-
of the role in the
laundromats importance university's "
and the McEachern said.
clude groceries on ning,
community.But ings attracted faculty members, who repeat
property. Craig Hedgecock, a consulting engineerand edly asked what the candidates would do to
Because such a plan would involve more Murphy said the city needs to recruit part-time UF engineering professor control athletics, solve UPs racial problemsand
housing units on the same amount of prop- some other industry that could provide who's running for the District 3 seat, said give faculty more say-so in UF policy.
erty,McKnew said students probably would about the same number of jobs that UF the city must concentrate on basic needs "We seem to read about ourselves all the
not have to pay higher rent for new apart does. such as roads, public schools and water and time," committee chairwoman Madelyn
ments than they do now for the older The city should attract something large sewer lines to handle new growth.see Lockhart said, referring to UF's muchpublicized -
houses. enough that it would rival the contributionof problems. That's not what we shouldbe
Growth, 13
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people The St. Petersburg Times reported. o Student government may change
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Bush a nephew of Samuel Wright USFs minority campus-wide issues the Daily Nexus reported.A .
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Four of the seven injured were taken to hospitals alternative government called the Student Sterling Tire &
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PAIGE EWALDSEN NICOLE SNEED tuna task force co-directors
Alligator Writer Alligator Writer Kimberly Steinberg and Eric
Botsford pleaded with committee
UF football players faced one of their biggest The turbulent water was awhirl members to ban tuna sales on cam-
challenges Thursday night when they competed f with speedboats, fins and nets as pus. Steinberg said the growing
against the North Florida Renegades, a local team each struggled to keep the upper concern of the depletion of dolphinis
that plays in the National Wheelchair Basketball hand in the battle for life. reflected by the millions of people
Association. "Some of the dolphin drown,but who already have boycotted
UF junior Arden Czyzewski, one of seven foot those are the tuna
ball players who participated in the eighth annual lucky ones" "Even if you
wheelchair basketball game, said it takes stamina, nounces an"They've gotten tn choose to ignore
to maneuver the court in a wheel chair. voiceover, as a ethical and
4 flOUr days more sil1the
The game gives us a chance to see what it's # Ile dolphin en- imphca-
like to function in a chair," Czyzewski said. "It's tangled in a net natures than Stutions, you cannot
exhausting, but definitely fun for a change." is slowly hauled deny the biologito -
More than 300 students and community mem- its crushing dent Government cal] and ecologj-
bers gathered in the O'Connell Center to watch death. gets in their elecca] Implications,"
the Renegades defeat the Gators 8279.The game, The Food Ser- Steinberg said.
sponsored by Physically Limited University Students vice Advisory ttons. I don think ''Theseossesare]
and funded by Student Government, high Committee wit- that" just beginning to
lighted Disability Awareness Week, which began nessed this in a we can t ignore I show on the food
March 6 and continues through Friday. video Friday as -Mike Malloy chain."
This is an awareness event," said Ken Osfield, part of a presen- The committation -
disabled student affairs dean. given by Food Service tee will meet
"Events are designed to increase knowledge students who Advisory Committee March 30 to dis-
about various disabilities and to heighten aware- want Gator Din- cuss possible al-
ness of attitudinal barriers persons with disabilities Ing Service to ternatives said
encounter," Osfield] said. SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR boycott tuna. Wes Miller, the
The Renegades are helping knock down these UF linebacker Thomas Harvey takes advantageof The students said they want a boy service's director. Out of all the
barriers full force just by participating in this his height over a Renegades defender duringthe cott until what they call] the sense- deli sandwiches sold by Gator Din-
awareness week,"he said. eighth annual Renegades vs.. Gators foot less killing of dolphin is stopped. ing Services,10.8 percent are tuna.
The team's starting roster includes three UF ball players game. They also presented the committee Gator Dining buys its tuna from
students,and recent standings rank the squad 20th said that playing in the game made his team realize with 2,302 signatures from sup- the Monarch Company, which
in the nation. the Renegades aren't helpless."It's porters gathered during a periodof eventually gets it from indepen-
Dug Jones, a 31-year-old UF law student who about 20 hours. dent fisheries that use nets that e
amazing to watch the Renegades at work,
starts as guard, said most people are surprised at Bayer said. They've gotten in four days entangle dolphin.
how competitive the games are. more signatures than Student Government The only tuna brand deemed
"It's definitely a physical game," Jones said. "The Renegades are athletes like anyone else, gets in their elections "dolphin safe" by EAG and Students
"Coming and watching us play dispels the myth only in a wheelchair] ,"he said. "When you get out said committee member and sec- for the Ethical]Treatment of
that all disabled people are frail" there on the court and play, you surely don't feel] ond-year law student Mike Malloy."I ". Animals] is Tongol.} But it is expensee -
Bo Bayer,coach of the Gators'wheelchair team sorry for them-you want to kick their butts." don't think we can ignore that.
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Women report seeing School bond goes to polls

flasher sororities $100 million would go toward expansion, improvementsBy

near JOHN F.BERRY Gene Tysowsky an Alachua County School
Board administrative assistant said last week the
Q Editor's note: Names of the one offender Hodgson said. Alligator Writer board needs$100 million to solve an overcrowdingcrisis I
victims in this report have been Dana, a senior finance major saw Voters will decide Tuesday whether Alachua in Alachua County schools.
changed to protect their identities.ByALYSSAMARGOLUIS the flasher first on Feb.22 but did not County may take out t a $100 million, .- Many of those who.support!the bond.
report the incident until two weeks bond to improve ana expana me lOcal also favor the 1-cent local-option sales
later when another sorority member school system.The decision may affect a tax, which will appear on Tuesday's
Alligator Writer reported seeing him. UF students in one of two ways. QC ballot. If the tax increase passes, the

UF police are on the lookout for a 1 didn't realize he was what the If voters approve the bond,Alachua school board will receive about 25 per
County residents and UF students cent in additional generated
offender after three revenue
sex women spot- police referred to as a 'sex offender
ted and reported a man exposing his /" Dana said. "I thought he was -will help pay $88 million in interest by the tax or $63 million over its
genitals Row several through local taxes over the next 15 15-year life span.
near Sorority just some crazy walking the streets.
times over the past three weeks said years. With the new money in hand
said she to class
UF police spokesman Brett Hodgson.The Dana was house walking when she If voters. reject _the bond school MARCH 13 Tysowsky said the board immediatelyboard
from her sorority officials said they expect the will begin to repair remodel and reno
flasher described as a white saw a man who wore black running board to seek a greater portion of local property vate all public schools in Alachua County. The
male in his mid-twenties,about 6 feet shorts and carried a folder.The man taxes which most students pay through rent. board also plans to build five new schools north
tall weighing approximately 175 walked along the service drive adjacent Nathan Collier who owns and manages propertyin and west of Gainesville.
pounds may have either black or to Southwest Eighth Avenue the Student Ghetto area, estimated that be- I
brown hair.Because two women gave near Norman Field and several soror- tween 10 and 15 percent of a typical rent check A Florida Department of Education survey team

differing descriptions on hair color see Flasher, page 9 pays property taxes. see Bond, page 12
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t OPINIONSEndorsements I



The city of Gainesville was divided into three voting dis-
tricts two years ago to give its citizens better repre- This is 01 a, can fUne ies.

sentation. Two at-large positions remain to provide hrislawl u wr 1 a pac oPV

city-wide representation. 1C15o S t, a tfetozr .
Ideally, under the district system, city commissionersshould ttil lU1A IS Hcll'1! '

reflect a good cross section of the community. 1 PUFFit FASTER ard FAMRe!!
Today's endorsements of the candidates for districts 3 A .
and 2 reflect that people who will best represent their ong

constituents.For .
District 3, which includes campus and much of

southwest Gainesville, we endorse l\Iichaell\lurphy.
While Murphy may not be the most qualified candidateever
to run for the commission, he is the best person
among the four candidates because he'll do what he's sup-
posed to do. Hell represent District 3.

More than 6,000 students live in Murphy's district, and
34,000 students go to school there every day. In a city of
85,000, that's a constituency that cannot be ignored.
Both Tom McKnew and Craig Hedgecock said they
would listen to students' problems and ideas just as they
would to anyone else's. But neither offered a plan for
soliciting that reaction or intended to develop one.

W.E. "Mac" McEachern mentioned in an interview for Mid I

this endorsement Saturday that he would like to set up a ul l "kitchen cabinet" of students to keep him in tune with

UF. Is this a new idea or just something he thought stu-
Plan threatens Florida
dents wanted to hear? And why didn't he mention it ear- panthersThe

lier, at least at the forum on campus last Wednesday?
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Is proposing to
Murphy doesn't have to try to represent students. As a issue the -> Sarah Gergel
a permit for capture of one of the most
member of the student population, he knows what its con- endangered species in the world the Florida pan- S I
cerns are. He is not tainted by years of political com- ther.An PEAKING OUT
promising, and we think that's another plus. assessment of the plan as relayed in public press
Vote for Michael Murphy tomorrow. Inexperience does releases does not address the major concerns of the must have additional land if it is to recover.
not make a bad city commissioner. Sometimes, ex- Intended capture and supposed reintroduction of wild This plan does not provide for any type of natural
does. Florida Panthers.The proposed captive breeding pro- wild surroundings for the panthers In captivity. Witha
perience gram may destroy any chance of recovery of the range of 50 to 100 miles,life in a cage will not providethe
For District 2, which includes most of northern Gaines- species in the wild. mother with the opportunity to teach, or for the
ville and the Student Ghetto, we endorse Cynthia Once roaming all the way to Texas and throughoutmost kittens to learn, crucial hunting and survival skills
Chestnut. of the Southeast, the Florida Panther has been necessary for reintroduction into the wild.
While Chestnut is not particularly concerned about stu- pushed to a small range in South Florida. The only While not providing additional panther habitat or
dent needs, we think she is the best candidate for the job. reason the panther still remains is that until recently, the means for successful readaptation attempts, the
She has her the Big Cypress, Everglades, region was virtually plan also does not address the problems with previous
completed first commissionerand
just term
as a
humans. failed
impenetrable by reintroduction attempts. The experimental
one year as mayor-commissioner. Her leadership on Roadways such as the Tamiami Trail -U.S. High- release of cougars in the Osceola area proved only
the commission was noticeable. way .41 Alligator Alley and its access roads have one thing hunters will shoot large cats when
Chestnut also is important to the commission becauseif been built through critical panther habitat, thus allowed in their habitat.
she loses, there will be no women left on it. In a city making road kill a major cause of panther mortality. Finally, and most importantly, under extremely
that was divided into districts partly so the concerns of its These roads are also invitations for hunters, many of vague wording the program would allow the captureof
whom have illegally shot panthers. the entire remaining panther population!
black citizens would not be overlooked, we feel it is equally -
Furthermore, human removal of deer reduces the Letters are desperately needed.The panther's' sur-
important that women's needs are represented.Chestnut's .
major food source available to these already seriously vival is dependent on Floridians. The U.S. Fish &
sole opponent, William Howard, has ad- undernourished cats. Because of these continued Wildlife Service must be bombarded with mail
dressed only one issue during his campaign, partly be- threats, and the significantly reduced gene pool, the demanding they prevent the prime threats to the
cause he says he doesn't want to confuse the voters. That outlook for this creature is grim. panther before taking healthy animals from the wild.
scares us.Chestnut. The proposed plan by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife They must not continue with the proposed captive-
said student concerns are just like those the Service does nothing to end these threats to the breeding program while leaving questions unresolved.
entire city shares crime, development, etc. That may panther. The issue of restoring and reclaiming the More land must be acquired,deadly roadways must
panther's habitat is not addressed,and the region can be closed and hunters must be prohibited in panther
be true but there are some special student issues, such as barely support the panthers now,much less any newly- habitat if this species is to survive.Letters must be
landlord-tenant arrangements and repaving and lightingthe introduced, captive-bred animals.As mailed no later than March 15. Please write JamesW.
Student Ghetto, that she needs to work for. evidenced by the Mexican wolf fiasco, once .Pulliam Jr., Regional Director, U.S. Fish&Wildlife
If Chestnut doesn't take students seriously, who can animals are removed from the wild, .there is less Service, 75 Spring St. SW, Atlanta, GA, 30303.
blame her? Students don't vote, at least not in numbers i incentive for habitat preservation.The panther cannot Sarah Gergel is a junior majoring in resource con-
afford to lose another inch of habitat, and in reality, servation.
that command attention. In this race, the best thing stu- ----- -
dents can do is vote in record numbers Tuesday to LETTERS TO THE EDITORrow I
show Chestnut that she is accountable to them.
Hub bookstore of real computer science bardi that out of respect for real
books,hidden way back among the book stores like Goerings and
alligator Editor should be renamedEditor pens and notebooks, managed to Book Gallery East you know,
Chabot resist the encroachment T-shirts the ones where you actually see
Lucy and Garfield calendars. books when walk in this
Editor Editor : I'm sorry to announce, for you
Managing Opinions those of you who missed it, the Alas, no more. might be a,good time to rename
,. Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton demise of one of the last vestigesof Some bean counter discoveredthat the store in the Hub the "Campus
Letter a real book store in the Hub. there were actually books in Souvenir Shop and Course
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be the store that did not have guaran- Material Supply Depot."
typed. double-spaced' and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone The Hub's selection of non-re- teed buyers and sent all the com-
the number.editorial Names, page will editor be withheld at 3764458.If the! writer shows Just cause. If you- have any. questions call quired books has always been pretty puter texts back. David! A. John

paltry.. c wow But ww until w.recently w.. .,a w..wwwa small ,. ..May.I suggest. to President Lpm- .8LSt
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Housing officials concerned Coach draws on his past

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with recent Hume Hall firesBy to speak against drugs

learned that in school." -
MIKE BRUSCELL grade alcoholic drink) and the pot."
The five fires were found mostly on thebuilding's By SUSAN SPENCER
Alligator Staff Writer Alligator Writer When Reaves graduated from UF in 1971,
east side, UF police spokesmanBrett
Several small fires set inside Hume Hall Hodgson said.Three small fires were he was a first-round draft pick of the Philadelphia
UF assistant football coach John Reaves ,but traded later
Eagles was one year
within the past two weeks may be con- reported on the second and third floors
last week shared the of his after arrested for
recovery marijuana posses-
nected to fires set in the same dormitorylast Feb. 21.Last .
from substance abuse and warned studentsof sion.
semester, a housing official said Sun- Thursday morning,a sheet of paperon the of and alcohol.
perils drugs
a bulletin board in Hume West's third "I had a promising career in the NFL,
day.UF Housing Director James Grimm said floor stairwell and paper stuffed into a "Drugs destroyed my life and I guaranteeyou which I basically ruined because of chemical
dormitory advisers and security guards will concrete block at Hume East were burned, that drugs will destroy your life,"Reaves dependency," Reaves said.
work with UF police to catch the person or Hodgson said. told about 45 UF students at Carleton Audi- In 1980,after 10 years of heavy substance
people setting: the fires. He doesn't know UF student Cara Medford, who lives on torium Thursday night The Campus Alcohol abuse, Reaves sought help at the Hazelden
whether they live in Hume Hall, but said Hume West's third floor, said residents and Drug Resource Center sponsoredhis Clinic in Center City,Minn.,where he began
it's possible the same people set fires thereat received a memo Friday night written by speech as part of National Collegiate following the twelve recovery steps of Alcoholics
the end of last semester. residence hall directors Richard Yoke and Drug Awareness Week. Anonymous. The steps begin with
Although no injuries or building damage Terry! MacDonald. Reaves,a former UF star quarterback and admitting dependency on alcohol and end
resulted from the fires, Grimm said that I Instated that the Division of Housing is National Football League player, said that with a promise to warn others about the
doesn't make them any less serious. offering a$100 reward for information lead- he started drinking in high-school and dangers of abuse.see .
"Any fire is potentially harmful to people ing to the arrest of the person or people smoking pot in college.He became involvedin Reaves, 13RESTAURANT
and property," Grimm said. "I think we responsible for the fires. "the frat parties, the purple passions (an page


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Indecent exposure is a first de-
FLASHERfrom gree misdemeanor,Hodgson said,
page 5 and he advised anyone who sees
the flasher to get a description and
ity houses. Dana noticed that he
leave .
as quickly as possible."It's
Sprin was itals.exposing and fondling his gen hard to say whether (flash-

"I was t_11115.1 A_ ers are) danger-"
ous or not,
so hard not to" "]was looking toHodgson said.
look at him,
Dana said. "It ward t the groun. I "U need possible, we
a descrip-
didn't dawn on looked Up and tion, (including)
me what was re- tattoos,facial de-
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pretended not to
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him." SO to speak" going in. Report
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Dana's, also victim of flashing it to UPD" immeof -

RaW the flasher diately._ __
Roger Ker-
on her way to class Thursday as
oack,a psychologist at the Mental
she was leaving her sorority at 9
Health Clinic,said not to show any
am.'Ibis signs of distress.
guy was walking towardme "They're trying to shock you;
and I gave him a friendly hi- Keroack said.
how-are-you smile," Kim said. "I
Men who themselves
was looking toward the ground. I expose
I usually feel inadequate,especiallynear
looked up-and saw what was up,
women, Keroack said.
so to speak.
Flashers usually do not pose an
Hodgson said UF police are pa- immediate danger, Keroack said,
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Alachua County Polling Places These elections and referendums are open only to registered .: .s AND

voters of Alachua County. SPECIAL REFERENDUMS
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PCT POLLING PLACE ADDRESS 1. ALL county voters may cast ballots on the two referendums. .' 'j{;, '.(j . MARCH 13, 1990

"... 2. Most voters in District 2, in addition to the referendums, may vote'' "

1 Waldo City Hall ''Waldo for one of two candidates for the Gainesville City Commission. .:
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5 J.J. Finley School 1912 NW 5th Avenue f'. DISTRICT 2 BALLOT DISTRICT 3 BALLOT BALLOT
All polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., ',f PRECINCTS: 5 5,7, 7,12,17 7, *, PRECINCTS: 4 4,21.,23,24, ,

6 Newberry Fire Station Newberry (North on SR 41)) tomorrow, Tuesday) March 13. ;,' .:: 21.,27,37.,38.,45., 26,31,40,' "

7 N. Central Baptist Church Bldg. A 1441 NW 6th Street .

8 Hawthorne City Hall Hawthorne For where to vote, check!< the list of polling places on these pages. t,'.

9 Town Hall (Masonic Lodge) Island Grove For your district number, check the map or the list above the sample <:;.. 'r''; :
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12 Parkview Baptist Church 3403 NW 13th Street can't' find your card, call the Supervisor of Elections office at OFFICIAL BALLOT OFFICIAL BALLOT 'A

13 E.D.. Manning Administration Annex 1817 E. University Avenue 374-5252 and they will tell you where to vote.. '. '.' GENERAL ELECTION GENERAL ELECTION TOPOFFICIAL

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15 Hall Chapel Methodist Church 6025 SE County Road 234 contact the Supervisor of Elections office at 374-5252 before going to SPECIAL REFERENDUMS SPECIAL REFERENDUMS And ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA

16 Wilhelmina Johnson Rec. Ctr. 321 NW 10th Street .the polls. '.. v;; : ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA ALACHUA COUNTY, FLORIDA MARCH 13, 1990
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17 Gainesville Mall 2552 NW 13th Street To be able to vote, you must t have with you a voter's' card, or '.', ?!.-:,; ,-

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21 Heritage Christian School 3401 NW 34th Street : :: .

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23 P.I<. School ( ;
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24' Westwood Middle School 1338 NW 31st Drive DISTRICT PLAN DISTRICT 2 (VOTE 'FOR ONE) DISTRICT 3 (VOTE 'FOR' ONE) ,;' .;H :
Baptist College Dept 425 W. Univ. Avenue
x.31 BILL HOWARD + W. E. Mae"" McEACHERN +
26 Westside Recreation Center 1001 NW 34th Street TOM McKNeW +
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27 City Recreation Center MICHAEL MURPHY +
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28 McPherson Recreation Center 1717 SE 15th Street I
29 R..T.. Schafer Lodge F &: AM 2505 NE 9 9th Street 29
2 Shall Ih. School: District of Alachua County, Shall the School District! 01 Alachua County, Shall the School District of Alachua-Counly.: :. -
J 3 31 J. Wayne Reitz Union U of F Campus ,,7 ; Florida, issue not exceeding "S100.000.000. Florida, 1 Issue not exceeding $$100,000.000, Florida, 1 Issue not exceeding. $$100.000,000. ,
11 general obligation bonds.,bearing Interest at. not! general obligation bonds,bearing Interest, ..at not general obligation bondi,bearing( Interest...at not
32 Myra Terwilliger School 301 NW 62nd Street DISTRICT t exceeding the maximum. lawful rate, maturing exceeding. t the..maximum lawful rale, maturing; exceeding. the maximum lawful rale. maturing '
within 20 years from dale' of Issuance, and within 20 yea,. from date' of issuance, andsound wiihln 20 year from date of latuanct.. and
33 Metcatfe School 1905 NE 12th Street 't .secured. by the.full faith,credit and taxing power by"the" tot'faith' ,cndIIand taxing power .aecured. by"the" full faitn,cradiland taxing power -
of District; to finance. the cost of acquiring, ot District; to finance. the cost of acquiring, of District; to finance the coat of acquiring, 'A
. 34 Fairbanks Baptist church Fairbanks .. ; i 4 building,enlarging And furnishing or otherwise. building,,enlarging and furnishing or otherwise. building,enlarging and furnishing' or othtrwu. .
Improving buildings or school grounds.; all .aa Improving buildings or school grounds,; all as Improving bulMlnga. or school grounds; all aa _
, 35 Idylwild School 4601 SW 20th Terrace described In a resolution of Th.School Board described. a r resolution of The School Board described. I resolution of Tit* School: Board
J adopted January 9, 1900? adopted January 9 9,1990, ? adopted January II, 1990?
36 Doyle Conner Building g 1911 SW 34th Street _, T "; : 'FOR BONOS + 'FOR BONDS .5. 4 'FOR BONDS t
5201 NW 34th Street .. :: : ; :

: 39 Highland Baptist Church 2620 NE 15th Street ; 1 Shall Alachua County Ordinance 80-7 be approved Shall Alachua County Ordinance 90-7 h be approved Shall Alachua County Ordinance 90-7 be approved
1r'',, \ which ordinance authorizes, a one per which ordinance authorizes, a one percent ,which ordinance authorizes t one percent
, 40 St. Michael's Church cent ((1"%" ) Infrastructure surtax. for fifteen ((15)) ((1(1H' ) Infrastructure surtax. for fifteen ((15)) ((1'Infrastructure) ..aurtax for Mla ((15))
Episcopal 4315 NW 23rd
Avenue ;?: years, /to finance, plan, acquire, Improve, and years,. to .finance'! plan.. acquire, Improve, and yean to l finance.; plan, acquire.. Improve, ,and
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41 .. .',! : .' construct county,municipal,and public school construct county,municipal 1,and public school Construct county,municipal,and public school 1',
Castlegate? Clubhouse 100 Castle Drive ,. ,:. I'' ..... Infrastructure projects, Including correctional' "Infrastructure' protects.,. Including correctional.: Infrastructure piofecta, Including correctional:
4 faellliloa,transportation,parks and open a space: facilities,transportation. ,parka and open. a space: faclMlei,transportation, ,parka,and open a spas.
42 Tower Road Baptist Church 2902 SW 75th Street ri: :: ;;:Pl..;,:(. economic cIewIOpmanIlnlrlllruclU,., .educational economic development. Infrastructure, educational .economic development Infrastructure, .educational
plants and facilities, and other< public/Infrastructure plants and facilities, and other public/Infrastructure plants and fecHMes.,and other public/Infrastructure
43 Martha Manson Academy 7715 SW Nth Avenue v ,; y1 :" ;\ i' and faculties? and facilities? and facilities?

44 SW United Methodist Church .": : ,FOR.the.. one. per.tent...((1 1 n..).sales.tsx s FOR' .die. ene per.sent....((1 I"| sales..toAQAMST r ,FOB the one per.sent.... ((1,1.MNW>(...
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BONDfrom But Harold Graybill, presidentof would need fire hydrants, street .....
Friends of Alachua County, a lights and roads.
page 5 political and environmental group, Graybill said UF students, who ttE'1l ACUVUE 4*.Jp
indicated in February 1989 that said it is bad business to pay $88 will have to pay for new infrastructure
Alachua County should expect to million in interest on a$100 million through property taxes,won't DISPOSABLE CONTACTS
loan. benefit from further growth.
add 1,100 new students each year
for the next five years.The countynow Graybill said he is not against "What will it avail to students to
uses 183 temporary sheltersto improving existing schools,but ob- have infrastructure extended to $3.25/Lens
ease overcrowding. jects to borrowing money to build the boondocks?"he said. ,
Tysowsky said about 3,000 stu- five new schools. Instead of seeking a bond and
dents in the county school systemare Building schools in the county's building more schools, Graybillsaid $85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam
children of UF students. unincorporated areas would leadto the school board should con-
Those attuned to schools will uncontrolled growth of neigh- sider developing year-round
see the issue very clearly,"he said. borhoods, he said. These'areas schools to ease overcrowding.
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strictly enforce UF's drug policy for athletes was decreasing. Last year,
"I have not had a drink or a drug in athletes and encourage testing for he said, there were more than 268
Hedgecock also said that more private industries need to ten years,"Reaves said. staff members. random drug tests on scholarship ath-
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M steps which he read to the audi- said. After three positive tests, ath- scored,came to UF about one month
got all of our eggs in one basket,"Hedgecock said. ence. Reaves also read an AA slogan letes will be kicked off their teams. ago at Spurrier's request Reaves will
"We educate our people and then we export them it's a that UF football coach Steve Spurrier "It's like striking out at baseball coach tight ends and quarterbacksnext
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Apartment Inn Apartment Oak Forest Apts. and
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The Bicycle Club Apts Old Archer Court Apts. Catering Available
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to share 2br/2ba/ house In NW
1 FURNISHEDSummer 4 HOUSE/APT. Sublet Ibd/unf Wlndmaadowi March Brand/win 2br 2ba $250/mo + 1/2 utll turn, cable,
through July 372.8752 leave menage From 5/15/ toe/15/ washer/dryer nice area call Randy.et
C 3bdr Condo Cypress Point 2 bdr/1 b. Apt carpeted, fenced yd for 3-16041bdr1ba Bit rate you 378-0293.'II llndl 1544 377.2537 leave mag 31265
Call Jim at
In SW area Kay
Close to avail 3/1/ $220/mo
Females, Immaculate 372 0113$500/mo. 314101 pan management 372.3060((0-Spm)462 7299 1 / to sublet from April to July, lat F N/S for own bdr/ba at Rocky Point Apts
UF Call Fred at after' 5pm 3.12-6.42bd1ba mo. rant $100, the rill nag The Woods S ROOMMATES fully furn except bdr.Avail May 6$209/mo
2 completely furn rooms for rant No laasa 336-8052 after' 7pm. 314.4.4Sublease & 1/2 mil 336.3918 LV MSG. 32810.5F.
$175/mo/ ft 1/3 ut I.373.7981 ask for Cindyor / apt Camelot Grill location! Female to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse In
Unlurn $425/mo. Sublet thru Aug. avail 1 bdr In Country Vlllag apt furnished aaher/dryer/ N/S/ Rmmta for summer 2 bda avail
31331Large SW Area, fully
leave message Call 3746576. $143/mol for May-Aug. Great location Oaks Master (un-
now 'free March and April Only $225/mo/ & 1/2 util Call 335-8273. 3-30- 3bd/2ba apt Regency
one bedroom,furnished,four blocks 1354 & pool. Call Debbie at 370-1685. 3 furn) $190 2nd bd (turn) $175. Opt. for
ot the Unicorn townhouse Fall 375-6250. 3.12.5SMF
Available May 1. $245mo.Call Room In Forait
from library. for summer 2 bd twnh avail Immad $217/mo + 1/2
sublease Incl.,
LAKEWOOD VILLAS for' F, pool, sauna, all amenities
31661' $1 0/mo/
Walt 338-2071. This In 4/2 house
/ Call Janice ASAP. 375-2832 / N/S own room
fall 21/2 bdr/2ba 490/mo util 3.13.10-5
,option 'for $250/mo/ & 1/2 ulll 373-3564 Iv.
ok. Call 376 msg
335.4217. 3-28-10-4 month fraa 3-14 54 + 1/4 utll pats
FOR RENT: M/F rmmt to share
Rockwood Villas,
Summer Sublttl M/F/ needed early May, Oxford Manor.Wall Pay You$100 to sublet 3bd/3ba. condo $250/mo + 1/2 utll, Summer and/or fall&aprlng nil rmmt
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk own bdr w/wtar bad In 2bdr apt, 1 1/2 ml May-Aug., great location, 2bd/2ba. wash/dry/ security system, many extras, own furn bd/ba/ In Rockwood. Villas $250+
Jan 372 tannii/pool/ Call 373- 1/3 utll Call Pam 335 4469
10 UF, $255/mo & 1/2 utll Call $494/mo naar Kelly 335-6359. 1275
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, 5198. 1434 4786 31544 .
NEW Townhouse $440 Sec J r 4 .. .I!" II
2 BDR $335
Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs 3M Oil V il We're looking for
Santa Fa Trace Apts 378-1190. 4-30-75 )

2 FARM LIQUIDATION1st students, who want

Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet OFFERING
washer/dryer/ available In molt units for to be teachers.
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B28, 1 & 2 Bath ALACHUA COUNTY RESIDENTS .
$250-$350 75-2 sec & Imr. 3726422. 4 30 5 Acres from $18,900 ATTENTION LIBERAL ARTS MAJORS:

SPACIOUSONE 10 minutes to 175 and Oaks Mall. These beautiful parcels haveit The Career Resource Center is sponsoringa

BEDROOM APT. all rolling pasture large oaks paved road & power. Perfectfor workshop for students interested in a
ONLY $263MOLYONS commuters or future retirement. Owner will finance. Great about
APT from 8:30: to 8:30: teaching career. If you are thinking
selections. Call Now. Patten Corp., owner,
4000 SW :20TH AV. 377-8797 Ext. 818 becoming a teacher, or haven't decided what

..43071.2 904-495-3441 your career choice will be this workshop may

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CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE WHERE: Rin. 362 of the Reitz Union
110 NW 39th Ave. "The All ..

378 375-.3988 3861 New. TOPICS COVERED WILL INCLUDE:

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Roommates Available More Information Contact the

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3230 SW 378 Archer.5766 Road pre-redecorating specials formerlyThe Bicycle Club stop by C-1 of the Reitz Union.

373.4SOO .> Up to $610 in free rent

2001 SW 16th Street .1 Special Summer Rates CELEBRATE.SPRING .

430582 Security&24 hour maintenance '

Dump your roommate; Get a 2 bdr for Ih.prlc' a 2 lighted tennis courts & racquetball courts BREAK 90IN
0'' on. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt
a Less than 1 mile from U.F.
room. Stonarldga Apts 3800 SW 34 St ) LAUDERDALE ATM
375.1121. 430.452
Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed
4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201 NW 10 St by on the beach
UF now or 5/1 carport, cant air, wood
floors College Park Properties: 411 NW
15SI371.7777. 3.1611' .2 \ FT.LAVDERDALE-S PREMIERE
HUGE 2bd 2bth now or Fall Bel Air Apts o AND OLDER ADMITTED
636 NW 26 Av,. (off 8 51)). Spacious 18 YEARS
grounds magnificent' oaks College Park 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. POOLSIDE PARTIES
371.7777. .
.not T-BHUTT KHATV THE vnuwiar oamtn
blk to UF) & 1222 NW 8 Av College Park APPLICATIONS wc IN PIATBOT tUOAZDA CABH FBBM: WC T.sUlilAlm
Properties 411 NW 15th St 371.7777. 316112 OTHER GIVEAWAY
umoa OAMI von now ai SALE M u aR on CMUT.T.

tbd walk-In closet Village Wait Apts 800 7 P.M.

NW 18 Av (take 9 St N from 16 Av. ) 371.. ACCEPTED FOR THE lkto COLLEGE HAPPY HOURU
7777, 371-0251 Now or fall 3-16 11 2 ? IWn
Available now, SW: 2bdr, screen porch,
wash/dry.; calling fans, cant heat/air, COLA sass AGE essDlo tnIJ&IrIW ssni aelwaalr'IOT.IHIIITwma.AIDAIIOW 7 AND a PAL W NS PROPsa CXILUIQ&LuALL
near bus, $375. 3730701. 316722BR1BA We are looking tor energetic, enthusiastic,
Innovative and motivated people to lead us In BAR DROVE AND DRAFT BEER 7M
quad unit,avail.Summer,possibly COMPETE IN CONTESTS FOR PRIZES!
longer. Fireplace, a/c, diahwash, SW our crusade against
area. no pets. $310/mo, lec/lmr 335 boredom and apathy In the Reitz Union! EVENINGS
will be accepted
Avail Nowl! In The Pines 2bdr/1/ 1/2/ ba Applications PIAYDVO THE BEST DANCE MUSIC...'
i.Townhouse Apt, dishwasher, walk.In Rertz Union Program Office ((3rd floor) PUS BARS ro SERVE!: SUCK '

closet, lots of room, pets ok. 375.3889 or until March 16,4pm 3753494. 3185.2MOBILE
HOMES: Committee-Art. Special Elms Newt i Vlewt Hol t HotpitaBty; ONE FREE BAR DRINK OR DRAFT OR SOFT DRINK ,
Splntl Tech. Enters aknmant/ Publicity GOOD FROM 7-8 F...NIGHTLY

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F to share 2 bedroom apt.for entire prof. or grid student share house. Ig Grid students/resldent/protcssionil big Wanted M/F SINS own Bdr/Ba./ For Needed Male NS
summer & maybe next (all. Ln thin I turn bdr/bi $2SO/mo Includes utll.Wendy beautiful NW home, own br/bath gang, more Info call Lisa at 335-0455 or 378- From 5/15-/ 8/15
mile from cimpuil Fully furnished $210 371-2981. 3-30-10-5 prlv., ill amenities. Must see. $300// 1/2 5397.. 3-14-5.5 Brandy wine Best rate you'll find!
I month. Call Lynn 335.788811 3-14-4-5 utll.371.8370. 3-16-5-5 Call Jim at 378-0293. 3-15-4-5
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Rooms $50 per month w/utllltlM in exchange house located 5 miles (from cimpus.Wisherdryer. SPYGLASS Need 2 rmmts, M/F lor (fenced yd.Wash/dry.4.5 miles to UF,call
(for housekeeping:$250 per month / l80/mo ft 1/3 utilities & 3bd/3ba ipt.Own bd/bi.Lease beginningMay Erik 376-0579.. $135/mo. 3.12.3-5 6 FOR SALE
w/utilitl Tower Oaks N/S 332.07881111r deposit. Cell 375-8189. 3-16-5-5 1.Call Michael at 335-2117 3-16-5- Nonsmk mIl needed to share 2brm ibth
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
8pm. distance Own
apt. Walking to campus.
3rd Av*. NW 15 St, M/F/ share 2bd/1ba/ Female engineering student looking bedroom. $165 month+1/2utillti. Call brands are all at our New Locationl Car
F N/S/ rmmt needed to share 2bd/2bi/ (turn apt $137.50/mo & 1/2 utll. 375-7097. (for same/similar to share a house/apt (for 378.1283(for details. 3-14-5-5 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
apt it Brindywln $137/mo' & 1/4 utll. Ouyang. Fall 90. Call Anne 335-6723.. 3-13-5-5 2070. 4-30-75-8
Available Miy 1.Call 335-9848. 3-30-10- lAURELSI! F needed for Fall. Own bd/bt.
URGENT! Rmmte needed own LAURELS. M/F/ NS SHR 2BDRM. 1/2 wId. micro pool. v/b-ball, workout room, Rockford, Foegtte" Yamaha, Pioneer,
M N/S to share 2bdr/lbi, $195/mo, & 1/2 room/ba'th shire utilities, $175/mo neg. RENT 1/2 UTILS. CALL 336-7522 LEAVE lots of exlrail Lease Aug. '90. $250/mo & Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best
utll 1 mile from UFo Call Todd 3384010. Clll 376-4824. 3-13-S-5 MSG. 3-12-3-5 1/3 1 ut. 335-5954. 3-16-5-5 -Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo
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9 Lisa Crane Stacey Lakind o 6 Sara Stack Frank Coldenstein Jason Rosenberg ELITE #3351300FUTON

a Amy Dickson Nanette Lerner tog Jackie Bain Mami Cordon Amy Seawright

Linda Epelbaum Stacey Levine o oI m Jackie Baron Creg Cravell) Terri Snyder
c I Rayna Friedman Liz Lubin & FRAME SALEI
Caryl Brown Kim Page Clenna Thornton
wg Lisa Goffman Jesse Markowitz Ia From only $200 per set.
0w Chrissy Conkling Jennifer Herndon Janna Underhill Call Mat 377-5650
I Jenny Goldberg Phillips
Robin Mike Donegan Bobble Ann Marshall Jason Unger 3-13-10-6
Lori[ Goldberg Plevy t>
a Aileen Goldenberg Zeva r0nw Deedee Fales Michelle Mihalick Marc Vail Cassidy Furniture & Appliance
Randee Goldenstein Amara Ruin to > Melissa Ferwerda Terri Mullican Amy Wintcrbotham Gilts General Merchandise New & Used
Debbie Zorovich Buy ft Sell. 534 SW 4 Ave. 3739505.
o a Hillary Goodman Singerman mM 313106KENWOOD
Jodi Gordon Hydi Travis
e Julie Guttman Michelle Vogel ga Would Like to Invite You to Apply. 50 watt stereo rack system:
I Sarah Halpern Lisa Wortman mw tuner, amp, phono, 14 band eq hi-speed
I.1J t> Applications available on Union 3rd floor & 124 Tigert. dub, dbl cassette deck. $450 371.3127

w PC 89. .together through time Informational reception at 7:30 p.m. Ken. 3-12-5-6

o oI 0G Tuesday March 13 in CSE rm A101 Apple Macintosh SE, 20meg hard drive
e tTJ HP deskjet printed$3200. Negotiable.Call
I 30V< 30V 3<1>V 3V HOV< 3V 30V I> 31>V3<1>V 30v 3 PV Kevin 3354317. 3-12-5-6

KLH 200 AM/FM stereo clock radio $125;
Raleigh man's mountain bike, 25* frame,
GET INTO THE SPRING BREAK SPECIAL 27 wheels" extras $200; IBM Selectric I
typewriter, 12 pitch, fabric ribbon, u correct .
$75. 338-1109. 3-14-7-6 *

JOIN Dining table w/ drop sides, Incll 4 upholstered
$200. whit rattan
chairs 4-piece
THINGS ... + $50 Off cushions 2003388918. 3-13-5-6

T OR Fridge, full size, manual defrost, works
Take Your Break. tIn <( I great. Bargain at$50 obo. 377.8308.Ten-
\ speed, real cheap $20 OBO. 3-13-5-6

1ct. Diamond Ring. Diamond is good qual
FromGator NO ity. Have Diamond c.rtlflcltelnd receipt.
/ Paid 1785,will take$1000.Call Jay 336-

Auto Leasing DOWN PAYMENT 8777. 3-14-6-6 -
FOR SALE: Gator Nationals' Drag Race
518.75/MONTH Tickets 3 reserved seats with pit passes
Sat. Mar. 17 $45 ... 3957227. 3-13-5-6
Special Weekly Rates
OVER 30 NAUTILUS MACHINES PRINT 30" X 37" signed by LeRoy Nei-
As Low As $14622 man.Lions and Cubs. Exceptionally b.autlful. -
TOTAL FREE WEIGHT FACILITY framed well. 462-1673. 3-13-5-6
We Rent To 19 Years & Up.
LARGEST AEROBICS ROOM IN TOWN For Sale 87'Jawa Moped with low miles t
Please contact Justin at 3744870. $350
e Call For Reservations
OPEN 6:00: A.M. TIL MIDNIGHT obo. 3-27-5-8

& Complete Details a Color TV 19'RCA like new.$150 obo.Call

CHRYSLER "Join Now Pay After Spring Break" Nikon 335.1284.v.nlng., 302-9387 weekdays. 3-13-5-6, 335-4859 or

Gator Auto Leasing UUMCSYJTfM THE LEASING 2100 S.W. 34th St. PLAZA 373-1725oflt.'r

3535 N. Main 372-2561 PROFESSIONALS oxpiros 3 1690 Classifieds. .
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Glass table and chain, Bookshelf ReclinIng MOPED: Runa great) $250 Call 1982 Honda Accord 4DR Sspd 84,500 1862 VW van, engine rebuilt 7000 mi. I
chair Fulliz bad and dranar. Must 376-0353 Leave Message. 3-14-6-8 AND BLUE AUTO INSURANCElow mi.. light blue wdark blue Interior. On ago. New clutch/press.plate, 20mpg
rates, low payments, fast drive-thru body fair $800/obo/ call Bob at 3780076and
sellfnep.( ) ASAP. II inter call 3773100. campus, must see. $2200. Call 395-9633\ -
3-12-3-8 Honda Elite Scooter iSOce. It la three service, ae habla Espanol. 377-2277 Negotiable. 3-13-5-9 leave mssage. 3-14-4-8
months old and only has 210 miles on It. 377-CARS. We care. 3-12-10-8 L
Ron mans 10-ipd bike $100 K.nmor.lg Mint condition. Call Jay at 336-8777. 3- 82 Mazda RX-7: Sspd looks and runs 78 Ford Ranchero pickup V8, a/c.
micro like new $180. Necklace mans 18k 14-6-8 1980 Chevy Citation good condition reliable great ae.stereo/casa, new clutch must pw/brakes, pw/steerlng am/fm/tape/ ste I
gold rope chain new $425/now $300. $ transportation 4-door. $900 OBO. sell $3800 obo call 377-6731 leave mes- reo. Needs tuneup. $750 or best offer.
nag. 335-1651. 3-12-3-6 Sick of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter 3358835. 3-12-5-9 sage. 3-13-4-9 332-6514 after Spm. 3-13-3-8

4900 miles, excellent condition $600. 88 Acura Integra RS. Red 3dr. 5-speed,
Oldsmobile Cutlass Clara lS 1982 4-
5'8" T&C surfboard wleast.uc.lI.ntlorbeglnn.ra ( 3772357. 3-15-5-8 1979 Camaro. Maroon VERY RELIABLE,
24.500 miles, Perfect condition $9,850
door. Auto, ac, pb am/fm, 64000 miles,
$100 obo 10 months led on $990\ firm must sell Mike. 3757485. 3- Call Ken 3351425. 3-16-6-9
G'ville Health & Fitness $170 Alpine EQ 1985 Harley-Davldson Sportster 1000cc $2200 or best offer 377.2957. 3-14-7-9
crossovers, 7 band $50 3957877. 31456 Excellent Condition. $2600. Call 335- 1979 Mazda RX7 excellent condition, 1979 Datsun 210 station wagon. Good
2792.lnclud. helmets, security chain etc. 74 Dataun 260z 4speed. white/black Int. new paint and tires, needa angina work. utility car for student $400. Call 335-
well but needs work,
runs some good pro-) $1000 080.462.7214. 3-14-5-9\ 2792. 3-15-5-9
Passport Rador Datactor-1 yr. old have act car. $1200. Call 378-0058 For details. --. --- .. --. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... n. ...u .u.' .n' ...u .n. B."
box w/all parts $150. 3359125. Ask lor SCOOTER Honda Elite 150cc 1985 Metallic 85 Ford Escort GT Turbo ae tinted windows ;i ':::1i: '::K'i:1:::::':ti:i:'..:::jr:S'.:::ji:'.'::ii:; '::i:1ii: :: '::::1:1ij:: -': -':!:!::-'::: ':::: ;:: :::'-': : -':::::'-':::: -':;:::'-'::

Andrew or leave a message. 3-13-4-6 Exc. Cond. 14500 mi., 60 mpg new perfect condition. $3000 will n.go- ; :{ 7+Y
battery, helmet' rain suit $750. Evenings
tiate. Call 332-3439. 3-13-5-8 Y
TWIN BED FOR SALE good condition. 3325268. 3132.8 I FLORIDA BLUE KEY ;
Includes mattress, box springs mattress
FOR SALEI 80 Ford Automatic
Mustang door.
cover and sheets ONLY $40.00. Call Laurie 1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc. Perfect
at 3360411. 3-13-4-6 cond only 1600 mi. Comes with 2 helmets AC/H, FM/AM White wblue ?(:* MEMBERSHIPs Y
Inter cond.
good $2000. CALL 375-2690
$2200 obo for more Info call 375- % A
Full 1889 set Encyclopedia Brittanica ((32 8928 or 377-2014. 3-16-5-8 Negotiable. 3-13-5-9\
vol.) Paid $1500 make an offer. Must sell APPLICATIONS
Call Meeraj) 336-5935 or 392-3411 3-12- XQ AM CTA Xn MA ZfA XO AM ZTA XQ MA ZfA XO AM fry 5
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BEER-learn to make the beer you like Mark your calendar! :::$ THURSDAY, MARCH 15 yI:
cheaply and easily. Great lor students.Classes :'; : ':
forming now. Call 375-6836 Info :;:J THE FLORIDA BLUE KEY OFFICE n
:':' :'
3-14-5-6 TRl-LUAU( } >mmmuuumHtumwmn fH ; ; ;:
.4:::,.ltmmttttt".tt"'l1'tt\'tl'ttt.l rmm r.rr ''f'I..>mOTnrnStttrm; >tiig'::';::';

amp Elec GUITAR exc/cond JB$300.player-Hying kg/wtrb .V semiwave w/crate : [lQR( )[ ::

w/hb 3-12-3-6& pads $120. Scott at 3351507. Saturday, March 31st A'

Guitar Westone Fletcher wcase, strat- 3:00: pm 9:00: pm ::0,0.:::>{: MONDAY 9:00: MARCH P.M. A i:{

style body locking nut line tune bridge :::{ ]J.W. REITZ UNION
w3 pick-ups. Excel) Cond. $175 Neg. X An invitation that's worth the wait! : ROOM 346,347 ?:!''C
373-2596. 3-14-4-6 I''S f t5
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17 It., wings good shape.
Call John 336-1004 Typing Services
Leave Message. 3-16-5-6

Sleeping Bag. 86" X 26", 2 1/2 Ibs.,
goose down used once. 371.2125.I..v. Papers, thesis, projects, or resumes :

message. 3-16-5-6 You Type or We Type

Bookcases ((2)); 4-drawer chest, solid
wood unfinished excellent condition. Low Rates, Fast Service

371'2125.I..v. message. 3-16-5-6 Laser printing with many fonts 11I

Sony video camera CCD F70 mint cond., Personalized Assistance
barely' used 2 batteries, all accessorieswith
case,must sell quick$850 OBO. 371
7457. 3-14-3-6 c:!:comPUTlnG.J LAB
I The University Libraries

Computer Zenith portable wInternal PC Lab. 17th & W. Univ. Ave. Below Copper Monkey 372-6500 collections are being reorganized
modem. $300 obo. 373-9916 after 6pm or materials.By
to make room for incoming .
leave message 3-14-3-6 O
mid-summer most books In Library East

Couch big U-shaped beige tweed can (Smothers) will be moved to another location
separate Into 3 smaller couches with 2 CSX TECHNOLOGY
foot cushions. $225 obo. Call after 2pm In that building or to another campus library.
3775681. 3-15-4-6 a Unit of CSX CorporationIS

Information will be available at each campus library on
One way Jacksonville to New York City
March 20th $120. Call 3381374. 3-13-2- what has been moved, what Is currently being moved

6 and what will be moved next.

Surfboard 6'3 3-fm channels. Very
clean. $150. Ask for Mike at 3725977. [gl No book should be unavailable for more than 24 hours

3-14-3-6 because of these moves.

Windsurf Fanatic 340. Fun/Race, like
new. Thule racks harness,O'Nelll wetsult WE'RE SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE
$1000 Obo. 3351818. 3-16-5-6 Jf1m'


Location Walk to class 1BR 1BA March 28th
, Upstairs unit @ PARKSIDE Fully
equipped Owner financing 23500. Avoid a
JEFFERY E. SIEGEL REALTOR 373- Contact your Placement Office.
6063. 3-26-11-7

Spring Break-Down !
Oakbrook Condo. 2bd/2ba turn ground
floor, poolslde. Take over payments or
make offer. Eve 376-9743. 3-16-10-7

Perfect for students! Clean 3bdr house. 4
Hardwood (Irs, ready to move In. $36,000
assumable FHA mortgage, call Sue SIGMA. KAPPA : TRIP CHECK
Lillycrop 372-5375 or res. 376-6130.
Coldwell Banker/M.M. Parrish & Asioc.. Welcomes our National Officers
Inc. REALTOR. 3-12-2-7

available from government from $1 with .
out credit check. You repair. Also tax delinquent .
foreclosures. Call
1-805-682-7555 Ext. H2004 for repo list 4 Exp. 3/17/90
your area. (Call 7-dayi week). 3.12-1.7 ; MARYLOU CAROLE 'Includes a test drive, engine inspection check air filter,

,v''BY OWNER luxurious 3br/3ba ROCK- TURNER 4 hoses, brakes & tires top off fluids up to 1 quart.
WOOD VILLAS. End unit fully furnished DUERK'W
& upgraded Interior. Assumable mort
gage. For Info 3359124.. 3-12-5-7 4


Orange and Blue Insurance now covert JENKINS-WILLIAMS 215 NW 13th St.

,.r motorcycles* Low rates, low payments 4 next to McDonalds o7tHJlOlr ,
'safe rider discounts fast drive-thru service EKVEKVZKVZK1ILKTLKVLKVIKVIKVIKVZKt2Kt2K
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Mazda 626, 1081 5-apd, a/c. / Typing A reports A business A legal Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew
storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave *
looks t1150 obo,
runt > good psoriasis medication. 3315379. 4-
resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications
Oaks Mall area, S x 5 to 10 x 20 from Test
10'% disc to students.. Pregnancy A letters A notary ..tc Available 30-47-13
SEIZED CARS trucks, 332-8917. 4-
Gainesville Women's
24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 4-30-75-12
stereos furniture, computers by HEALTH CENTER Shands Hospital at the University of Florida

IRS, and US Customs, 720 NW 23rd Avenue Typing $1.00 t pg. min. $5.00. Reports, has the following part-time positions
area now. Call 1-805-682-7555 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 377.5055 Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. avail:
1670 (Call 7-days a week). ABORTION (To 24 Wks) WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4-30-75-

BIRTH CONTROL 12 Secretary ((1pm-5pm, M-F) requires 45
It It True You Can Buy Jeeps ( 1233 NW 10th Ave. Gynecology Services CWPM, 2yrs secretarial experience; word
through the U.S. Government? 372-1664 4-30-71-11 Typing/Wordprocesslng, WordPerfect processing and data entry experience.
(acts today! Call MC/VISA/lniurance/ 5.1, quality work, fait results, low rates,

688. 3-12-1-9 Free Pregnancy Test dependable, personal service: Tara 332- Receptionist ((8am-1pm. M-F) and
Member CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro 1469. 4-30-54-12 ((12.30pm-5pm: M.F) requires 35 CWPM,
81 Toyota Tercel: 5-ipeed, / National Abortion Federation DJ service at 375-8483. 3-30-26-11 1 yr. secretarial/clerical experience as

lette. Great Condition $1500 TLC lor your papers,. projects. theses, well as excellent phone skills and abilityto
3351366. 3-16-5-9 *NEW TAX SERVICE* etc. Pro wp, Mac 2, laser! Graphics, sp. deal w/public.
TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Affordable rates S5/FORM/ chk.. reasonable, nts, wknds, 3739619.
1976 Datiun 610, nice, air, confidential testing and treatment at Free consultation 3-27-10-12 Please specify which position interestedin
transportation, good tires, $775. PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4- call PAUL. 372-5814, mornings. 3-16-14- when applying. Applicationresumemay
8922 or 3745767. 3-14-3-9 11 ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER be sub. by Wed. Mar.7, t990. to:
3145'I WPS ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell Anna Capitamo,
1982 CHEV Cavalier staw'gn, AAA STORAGE Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms no cholesterol Rlpp 376-3649. 3-28- Shands Hospitalat

4cyl economy, auto, ps, pb, pw, Close to UF, Convenient A 45 acres A ring A jumps A TLC local 20-12 the University of Florida
stereo, cruise, mag wheels, very 4x4x4 US/mo call 462-5127 or 462-4311. 3-16-12-11 Box J347Gainesville
3355296. 3-16-5-9 4x8x8 $25/mo/ IBM Compatible WP 5.0 Laser Printer FL 32610
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 ONE STOP DENTISTRY Legal, Medical Terminology, Reports, Papers EOE
1982 Chevy Caprice Classic Thesis. Call 3782034. 3-13-10-12 A
Accepting new pts, emerg
roadtrlp machine $1500 and GATOR MOVING ** Adult cleaning $28, child $111(4)Wi.d. LOOKING FOR A SUPER
440 motorcycle, best offer. Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable SPLASHTACULAR' SUMMER JOB
$325 tee. $250,
/ Mov/Storage/Packing 1- ( ) tee. ((3)Wisd.)
7371. 3-16-5-9 service. Masters In English will check Summer Waves Waterpark on beautiful
((2)Wied.too.) $200
/ .. Full. Days/Eves. Long dls.
and edit. 24 hrs. 3731937. 3-18-
J.kylll.land, Ga. has seasonal openingsin
/ .. Harry/Bill 374-4791 43075.11 Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V. AE
10 WANTEDLocal 9-12 the following areas: certified lifeguards
Valid only with coupon, up to(4)( ) people. _
HOLLOW HORSE FARM les H.T. Gonsoulm, DDS, 372.9521 food service, merchandising, admissions -
TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser
services rentals,
guest ,
Artist needs GOLD Gems
boarding woodser facilities *
vice. $1.25 double Call 3738387.
space. administration, maintenance, and park
Rings ETC. top $ or trade. rides A parties sales working 32810.12
Jewelry 3739243. 4307510WANTED accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080. English for Foreigners Tutor for Individuals services. Internships available. Housing
available for non-local residents. March
Female with 15
or small yrs
groups. Great. English maj/ret. court .
typing rptr
Interviews scheduled for these
: weights and/or Int.rnatlonalexp.rl.nc.. 375-6781. 3- now being
19 legsl/medical Excel.'
dorm-size refrigerator. Call 12.5-11 yrs exper. fun summer jobslll' Call us for your
spellg/proofg From "'-.25 Call Jill .
after 6pm. 3-13-4-10 *SUNBELT MOVING* Spring Break Intervew. Don't miss outll

... Moving/Packing ft Supplies. Editorial & Research Assistance (for students 377-9908. 330.13.12PlckupD.I. For complete. Info, pick up an applicationand

WANTED: 6 TICKETS (for -House full. Local/Lng dist Llc/lns. academics & businesses. $lO/hr/ and brochure at your college placement
Typing wordproc. near
DEAD on 4/1 In ATLANTA, not for Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4- Call 3350950. 3-12-3-11 service. office, or 9126352074.. Deadline forappllc.tlon
Dependable, quality
together, call DOUG 3957877. campus. April 1st. 3-16-5-13
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
Problems In Math? Then call Greg. Professional -
and Reliable Tutoring offered. 373-4464. 3-29-11-12 Arby's Roast Beef: Now accepting applications -
3-14-5- for full and part-time help. Applyat
Tel. 377-7415 Leave a message.
11 GATOR TYPING Fast, Accurate Low Arby's Roast Beef: 1405 SW 13th Str.
Rates. Quality laser printing. Discounts No Phone Calls Pleasel 3-12-5-13
avail. Days, eves, wknds. 373-4564. 3-
Let special care petsl tiers lake care of 30-11-12_ Publicity Assistants needed for Rec.
by Trude Michel Jaffe your pete while you are away. Bonded Ins. Sports. Dept. Great experience for PR
Word Processing* Professional qualityat
R..on.bl.486-4835. 3-16-5-11 majorl) Come by rm 214 FL Gym or cat!
ACROSS 5 Makes beloved 39 Look for 53 Kitchen utensil student prices. Fast reliable, service. '392-0581. 3-12-5-13
Grad school, law school experience. 378-
1 Rear 6 Flight of steps 41 Poison ivy'scousin 54 Biblical TYPING
7128. 3-30-11-12 Director needed for Rec.
Publicity Sport
6 to (takes 7 Merits song
Dept. Great Experience for PR major)
care of) 8 Jannlngs or 44 Shortened a 55 Miss Kett 12 SERVICESYOU 13 HELP WANTEDAVON Come by rm 214 FL Gym or call 3920581. !,
10 Command to Ludwig sail and others 312513PR

Dobbin 9 Street or seed 48 Flinches 58 -poly WRITE, WE TYPE 375-8967

13 Comic Fred 10 Offspring's 49 Erie and Huron 59 Kind of palm Business A Legal Personal Reports Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. Position .If you are a mass communications
14 Less unruly offspring 51 Nerve cell 60 Chariot's way Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13 grad or soon to be grad, send
16 Fled 11 Atelier support 52 Paul Newman 61 Aviary GVIIIe Handicapped Typing resume to Ocala Jai Alai, PO Box 548,

17 Blanched 12 Growing film: 1989 residence 378-7179. NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER Orange Lake, FL 32681. No Phone Calls

18 Greet the day' outward MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for Please 3-15-7-13

19 "Bright 15 Fix an electrical ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: &sell service computing. Typing starts1.50pg @ program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis EARN BIG $$$ PART TIME

button" device ARC H. POD A L. S A K I Resumes $6 A Self( service ; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire: 813-281-8256, 24-hr message.. 313513 -
Mali--NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave,
20 Brother's wife 21 Ceremonies IC 0 LA. A D 10 R E. A M I N typeset resumes graphics A $2.50/hr*/ spell A .15/page.check A theses Laser Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeeglrls( ), 16 '

22Snood. 25 A Smothers ROOSEVEILTIISLAND I Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045.
A A special characters A employment .
papers ;
CJ'S Waitresses wanted day & nightshifts
23 They are often brother ESP M IS S Y AND Y databases A mailmerge A training. Pleas 1-800-776-0520.. 4-18-48-13 3423 SW Archer 375-2337 apply

split 28 Slightly open .8 I N S..T 1M. WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 4-30- anytime. 3-13.5-13
24 Word with East 27 Fly without an Electrltlan needed for 10-week
65-12 helper period
H ElL L G A I T E 8 RID I G E have
West or InstructorAmerica In G'ville area. Must experienceIn
28 Dad's second G U R D Y .. ETA T. 0 I L E Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable commercial Including conduit In wire. ClassifiedsContinued ..

28 Declare wife AGAR.AISITER.PIIER service. Reasonable rates. Laser Call 1-800-330-8704 ask for Bob. 3-13-5- on next page.

29 Author Ambler 32 "Sleepy R I:: I U. I" AND Y printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.: 3-16-35-12 13

30 Iota Time -" 8 ROO K L Y N B R II D G E.

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ATTENTION POST FLASHBACKS buys used clothes, we also STATE-OF-THE-ART- set of' keys outside of LI! Hall 395.

GRADUATESEARN trade and cone Convert your old clothes CANCUN BANGBANGTHE 851 S. 3-12-320

to cash. 375-3752 107 N. Main St. open REV: A good place to dance. Coming
TOP $$$ 106 3-14-5-14 Some apace still left March 9th 3-13-10-16 FOUND: Gold bracelet on 3/1 on Express
The Cape Canaveral Think Tank GREAT ESCAPE TRAVEL Bus. 395-9213. 3-12-3-20

needs 200 outstanding graduate Put a computer t.rmln.lln your room for 331-2800
students all academic fields, as little as $50 Buy sell trade pc's A compatibles 3-14-10-15 EARN $100/MONTH/ Ladles eyeglasses 'found In ground floor

for part-time Think Tank CDCS 818 W University 338- For your plasma donations Our 'fully automated restroom at GPA. Please call 335-2651.
operations The imaginative and 0378. 3-16-7-14 system I Is faster and safer than 3-12-3-20
Innovative Individual should apply. $ USED CD'S $ manual center Call for appointment and

Send transcript, GPA, photo, and BUY STOCKS JOIN INVESTMENT CLUB We buy A sell, call 37-SPIKE, Spikes Record Information. LOST: Gold link bracelet, w/amethyst and
short bio wstarts to: limited Initial $$t Investment required!) *. 3-16-12-15 Alpha Plasma Center aquamarine atones. Lost between Fletcherand

CCTT, P.O. Box 5852, Titusville, FL Call Todd 335-7042. 3-16-5-14 M-F 9:30-5:30-Sat 0:30-2:30: : Norman Hall 3/6. 395-8681, Reward)

32783 SFCC and UF Student New 8-wked group 9 SW 1st St. 378-9204. 3-13-4-20

3-135-13 15 PERSONALSLADIES for students of' alcoholic parentage Leave
FOUND 'female In
cat Laurels
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By JOSEPH TODD The women came back strong Howard,who took second place in The men opened the meet with Gators' big guns raring to race on
Alligator Writer after a poor performance on Friday the 55-meter dash in 6.72 secondsto defending champion Earl Saturday,their chances forvictory
to edge Arizona State and Califor- earn her seventh All-America Diamond's second-place finish in appeared strong.
The third-place results were the nia 201/2 points to 20 on Saturday honor. Howard also anchored the the 55 hurdles Friday night. But only Mark Everett, in the
same for the' UF's men's and for the third-place spot.Texas took runner-up 4x400 relay that shattered Diamond's career-best and school- 800 meters,won Saturday and the
women's track teams at the 26th first with 50 points and Wisconsin the year-old UF record by record 7.15 was not fast enough to Gators fell to Arkansas,which won
annual NCAA Indoor Champion followed in second with 26. more than two seconds ((3:35.92): ). beat Chinese Olympian Tony U of for the seventh consecutive year.
ships in Indianapolis, but each The youthful Lady Gators squad Maria Galloni's sixth-place fie in Washington! State 7.13. Trailing Arkansas' 44 points were
team's reactions to' its perfor- exceeded all expectations, placing the high jump earned the Lady .Also, Dion Bentley jumped from Texas A&M ((36)) and UF(29)( ).
mances after the first day were as in the top seven of a national meet Gators the deciding half-point seventh to fifth in'the long jump Tyrone Kemp was defeated in
different as the expectations it had for the first time. which moved them into sole possession standings with his leap of 26-1. the 400 meters by Baylor's Gabriel
going into the meet. Leading the women was Anita of third place. With Friday's 10 points and the Luke, who ran a 45.79.

GYMfrom page 20 I Morris shines in football team's, scrimmageAfter I
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competition two weeks of spring practice and passes for 29 yards. Netters end losing streak
three meets, Brennalt had struggled her two scrimmages, UF football coach Steve Donald Douglas, who started four games The 15th-ranked UF men's tennis team(83 ( ...
last three times out after injuring her neckin
Spurrier still hasn't trimmed his fivenamelist last season, went 3-for-7 for 19 yards and 2-3)) ended a three-match losing streak
practice. of potential starting quarterbacks.But fumbled twice. Lex Smith,who started once with a pair of victories this weekend, defeatIng
"I'm baaaaaaackl"! Brennalt sang. "After in a scrimmage Saturday, one stood last season, made three of five for 72 yards, Georgia State 8-1 Saturday and a 5-4
getting the neck injury, I just wanted to out in Spurrier's mind from all the rest. Kyle including a 24-yard TD pass. Shane Mat victory over Mississippi on Sunday.
kick myself in the butt. Now I've got the Morris completed three of six passes for 42 thews did not play. Also,the No. 3 Lady Gators earned a pair
rhythm of things." yards and rushed for one touchdown. No UF divers qualify for NCAAs of home victories this weekend, blanking

But it was the Lady Tigers who con- UFs first diving team in two years failedto unranked Louisiana State 9-0 Sunday and
qualify anyone this weekend for the ISth-ranked Miami 8-0 Saturday.
trolled the meet from the outset,jumpingto
March 22.24 NCAA Championships.Tara Golfers place second
a ,55-point lead after their turn on the AROUND
vault. LSU leads the country in the vault SPORTS Justice was the closest to qualifyingof Despite winning first- and third-place in-
and swept the top three places in Friday's the four divers who traveled to Lexington, dividual titles this weekend, the UF men's
competition.LSU Ky., for the NCAA Zone Diving Champion golf team still could not beat No. 1-ranked
"Kyle did a lot of good things out here," ships. She placed seventh out of 29 diversin Oklahoma State at the Golf Digest Collegiate
held a 1.05 lead'entering the final Spurrier said. "Of course, he was playing the 3-meter event, scoring a 420.75, and Invitational in Houston,Texas.,
rotation with UF on the floor its specialty with the first offense. The other playerswere took eighth ((370.20)) out of 32 divers on the The second-ranked Gators shot a 295, led
-and LSU on the beam-its worst with the second and third offense, 1-meter board. by Pat Bates, who shot a 4-under-par 68
event. But Fruge and Jaml Snopek turnedin which broke down on almost every play." UFs lone men's diver,Jason Thompson, Saturday to win the medalist title.
the second-and third-best beam perfor- Three other QBs saw action. Transfer scored 486.10 points to place ninth out of 18 Alligator writers Sharon Gin, Cueny
mances of the night, respectively, as the Brian Fox, the Big Ten Rookie of the Year competitors on the 3-meter.Thompson took Smith and Jeff Moriarty contributed to this
Lady Tigers held on for the win. for Purdue in 1988,completed three of nineS 14th out of 21 on the 1-meter, for 413.20. report.




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The UF gymnastics team trated UF coach Joe Arnold. "I'm
vaulted and cartwheeled four of RON KASPRISKE
not surprised the ball hit the
five visiting teams into intensivecare Alligator Staff Writer pitcher. He didn't even see the
Friday night at the Shands TALLAHASSEE They came ball. I've never had a streak like
Invitational.And one hit away from defeating Florida this where nothing falls for you."
although the fifth visiting State Friday night. Gregory picked up his third
squad, Louisiana State, left the
hit from consecutive save in as many days
They came one away
O'Connell Center with its second
Florida State Saturday after relieving Scott Steinitz, who
Yf defeating
victory over UF in eight days, the del 11
night. gave up two runs on two hits in
Gators made it clear that theyaren't
And with the bases loaded and one-third of the inning.
in need of first aid headinginto
the Southeastern Conference two outs in the ninth inning Sun- Mike Brady, one of four pitchers
Championships, despite two dev day, UF again was one hit away to get work for the Seminoles
astating preseason injuries. from defeating Florida State. Sunday,started the inning by forcing
Mario Linares to ground out,
After searching this season fora Same outcome, different day.Sunday's
cure for the shorthandednesscaused version ended as Jim but was ousted after two hits by
by season-ending injuriesto Bell lined a shot off pitcher Brad Bill Minnis and Tim Vannatta.
Janice Kerr and Lynette Wittmeier Gregory, who scooped it up and Brady, who relieved starter
UF ((10-6)) posted its best score threw it to first, sending the Ga- Gary Painter after three innings,
of the year Friday, 190.15, toppingits ar9 tors back to Gainesville with a 7-6 was the winning pitcher. UF
previous high of 188.70. loss at Dick Howser Stadium. starterTodd McCray ((1-2))was the
LSU, however, scored a 191.0 to Bell's hit back to the pitcher loser after giving up five runs and
pick up the victory. With the top ended UF's third straight attemptto eight hits in the second inning."I .
two places out of reach after the string together a ninthinningrally don't have an excuse," McC
first of six rotations, Ohio State after being seemingly lifeless ray said. They strung some hits
won the battle for third, followedby through most! of the game. together because I was getting the
Minnesota, Wisconsin and E.ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR UF scored six runs on nine hits ball out over the plate."
George Washington. UF junior Pam Titus, performing here on the vault, won the floor I in the ninth inning of their last UF gave McCray a 2-0 lead to
Tonight was a different kind of exercise with a career-best 9.80. three games while scoring five work with on a two-run home run
fun," UF coach Ernestine Weaver Kristine McDonald, finished ninth Had UF avoided only two of the runs on 22 hits in the first eight by Linares in the top of the sec
said. They didn't get the win, but overall. falls it would have walked away innings of the same games. ond,but McCray was ripped in the
they still think they can do it, that "Rachelle had an amazingmeet with the title. The second-ranked Seminoles bottom half of the inning and was
they're still peaking." ," said UFs Pam Titus, who But "would-haves" don't win ((21-2)),off to their best start since ousted..
UF would have pulled off its won the floor exercise with a ca anything. Ask Karen Brennalt. 1986 when they went 28-2, swept Eight singles by the Seminolesput
second major upset of the season the Gators in the four-game se- them on top 5-2 before reliever
reer-best 9.80."There's no place
(the Gators' victory over third- "We didn't have too good of a ries,defeating them 5-1 Thursday, Scott Pricher was able to get out
for her to She's already at the "
go. beam set, she said. "We have to
ranked Georgia on Feb. 16 was the 3-2 Friday, and 5-3 Saturday. Flor- of the inning.
top. but that'sover
first) had it not been for five falls concentrate more" ida State has won its last 13 games. FSII l added to its lead in the seventh
from the beam and LSU's But Fruge's heroics notwithstanding this time. Meanwhile, UF, which outhit as three straight base hits
Rachelle Fruge. the Gators would have Brennalt and Titus took second the Seminoles in three of the four and a throwing error by Linares
Fruge recorded three 9.75s and found themselves on top at night's and third, respectively, in the all- games, now has dropped eight of gave the Seminoles a 7-2 lead.
one 9.70 on her way to the all- end had they not fallen five times around. its last nine games including six The Gators answered with a
around title as she carried the otherwise from the balance beam, an event After chalking up two firsts anda straight four to Florida State, rare display of power as Mike
toothless Tigers to their they rank fifth in nationally.Each third-place finish in the all- and two to Miami. Moberg and Jim Bell each hit a

11th victory of the season. LSU's fall immediately lowers the see Gym, page. 19 I "They've done everything I've home run to make it 7-4 going into
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