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Commission candidates confront traffic troubles

QThis is the last in a 3-part series examining the problems
facing Gainesville. In a recent survey, college students
listed the issues discussed in this series crime, growth &
development and traffic as the city's most pressing
Problems. t.

Alligator Writer

What do Archer Road, University Avenue and Southwest20th
Avenue have in common with UF's commuter lots?

Around 9 a.m. every weekday, all are filled with motion-
less cars. '

Most UF students have shared the unpleasant experienceof ,
sitting in a traffic jam along a major Gainesville thoroughfare r, 11f+4 i ,5
during rush hour, sweating and cursing.
The six candidates vying for two seats on the city com-
mission have had that experience, too, and five of them say
they know how to alleviate the problem.
Retired telephone technician W.E. "Mac" McEachern, a
candidate for the District 3 seat, believes that part of the
solution is better university-city relations.
UF officials should talk to city planners about the campus City commission candidates are concerned with solving local traffic problems.
building program to determine the program's possible
impact on off-campus traffic, McEachern said. Buses would be a more attractive transportation alternative commissioners, plans for the area's future transportationtive
if they ran more frequently and later into the
"Traffic is a problem due to poor planning" said McE-
achern, who served on the city commission from 1981 until Murphy said. Hedgecock believes that his experience with the MTPO
1987. "The university will have to start coordinating its "If we had a more reliable bus system,more people would would make it easier for him to secure state and federaluse
building with planning." it, said Murphy, who serves as a non-voting member grants for road improvements.on .
program proper
Realtor Tom McKnew, another candidate for the District the Regional Transit System Advisory Board. "I could hit the ground running on transportation

3 seat, reasons that fewer students would be driving on city Murphy and Mayor-Commissioner Cynthia ," Hedgecock said.
streets if they lived closer to campus. Chestnut, who's running for the District 2 seat, OCQ One candidate, retired UF finance professor
say more people should be encouraged to ride William Howard
S freely admits that he doesn'thave
McKnew, a former member of the city's planning D
bicycles. c solutions to the city's traffic problems.
said he would developers to build more apart
encourage between and Archer Road. "One way to reduce traffic is to get more people V Howard, a former city commissioner and
ment complexes campus to ride bicycles," Chestnut said. The city uses Chestnut's lone opponent in District 2, has been
Those could be linked into UPs com-
apartments even
the traffic
engineering department to disseminate focusing his campaign on one issue the
puter system sometime in the future, allowing student
information about bike
problems he with the
sees city's pension plan.
tenants to register and reference library materials electron- MARCH 13
ically, McKnew said. Engineer and part-time UF professor Craig "I really believe that traffic should flow more
"We need to be more politically imaginative," McKnewsaid. Hedgecock, the fourth candidate for the District 3 seat, freely," Howard said. That's not an issue. Nobody has any
That's an area where the city and the university needto believes that the city might ease the traffic flow by making new ideas about traffic."
improvements to heavily traveled intersections.
work together." Voters in District 2, which includes northern Gainesville
UF student Michael Murphy,also running for the District Hedgecock serves on a citizen's advisory committee for and the Student Ghetto, and District 3, which includesthe
3 seat, says the city's bus system could use some improve- Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization. southwest Gainesville and the precinct where students
ment. The MTPO, which is composed of city and Alachua County living on campus may vote, go to the polls today.

Arizona administrator 1 Voters to decide local issues today I

joins provost finalistsAn Q For more on today's election issues,
Although students traditionally don'tvote
administrator from the University of Ari- see page 7. "The city, the county in large numbers,Swanson said this

zona has been added to a list of four finalists By BLAKE FONTENAY and the school board all election might be different.

competing for UF's vacant provost position, a Alligator Writer
have the The fact that UF Michael Mur-
something on junior
member Mon-
Provost Search Committee said For local candidates and political ac-
phy is running for the District 3 seat
day.Kenneth tivists, today is crunch day. After weeksof ballot this time. increase turnout, he said. may
R. Smith, dean of the University of knocking on doors, shaking hands

Arizona's College of Business and Public Admin- and soliciting campaign contributions, J.K. "Buddy" Irby "It should be higher than normal -
istration scheduled arrive in Gainesville is the when the candidates
was to today day will Alachua "
County but that's not saying much, Swansonsaid.
Monday night,, student search committee mem- find out if their efforts have paid off. .
ber David Winialski said. It's also one of the few days of the year Elections Supervisorpercent

The Provost Search Committee is expected to that citizens will have an opportunity to All of the county's 46 voting precinctswill
finish interviewing the finalists this week and offer direct input into their local govern- of the county's 72,481 registered be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
recommend a second group of finalists to UF ments. voters will make it to the polls today."I today. Only citizens who have previously
President John Lombardi!, who will choose the Voters living in two of the city's dis- think that it's going to be a little registered are eligible to vote, and only
provost. tricts will select someone to represent higher than it usually is for a local elec- residents of District 2 or District 3 may
The other four finalists are UF Interim Provost their interests on the Gainesville City tion,"Irby said."The city,the county and vote on the city commission candidates.
Gene Hemp; Andrew Sorenson, The Johns Hop- Commission, and voters throughout Al the school board all have something on
kins University academic affairs associate dean achua County will decide two referen- the ballot this time." Workers at the Alachua County Super-
with the School of Hygiene and Public Health; dum items one that would increasethe UF political science professor Bert visor of Elections office will assist citi-
Michael Baer,College of Arts and Sciences deanat sales tax by one cent and another Swanson said a 25 percent turnout esti- zens who have questions about voting.
the University of Kentucky; and Shirley Clark, that would authorize the local school mate might be "on the low side." Their office number is 374-5252.
interim provost at the University of Minnesota'sTwin board to issue $100 million in bonds for People tend to vote in greater num- correctionPaul
Cities campus. construction projects.J.K. bers when issues involving their own

MIKE BRUSCELL "Buddy" Irby, the county's elec- money such as the sales tax are Shaffer was misidentified in a
tions supervisor,predicted that about 25 on the ballot, Swanson said. photo caption on this page Monday.

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. Police say Camps was murdered .J Woman beaten, robbed outside bar a Unit of CSX Corporation

An 84-year-old man found dead Feb. 28 inside his A 31-year-old Gainesville woman was beaten: and IS
Northeast Fourth Avenue home was murdered, robbed by an unknown man Sunday morning outside
Gainesville police said Thursday. a bar on Northwest Fifth Avenue, Darnell said.
Essie Camps, 1316 NE 4th Ave., was stabbed in the The woman, who is not being identified, was in
chest several times inside his living room with a large front of Kitty's Palace, 705 NW 5th Ave. at about 1:30: gDe
knife, Gainesville police spokewoman Lt. Sadie Dara.m.. when a black man about 5 feet 5 inches tall and
nell said. The motive for the murder is unknown, but weighing 120 pounds hit her in the face three or four -
may have been robbery, she said. The house did not times, Darnell said. -' .. : ?
appear to be broken into. After the man took her purse and jewelry, the iItm\
Police are looking for clues, and are asking anyone woman ran toward the bar. The man caught her, hit
with information about the murder to call Detective her again several times in the face, Darnell said.
Chuck Jempson at 374-2456. MIKE BRUSCELL

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Rowe jurors

selected; judgeto

WIN hear motionBy


Alligator Staff Writer

After almost three hours of questioning Monday,
attorneys selected six people to sit in the jury box when
David Rowe stands trial in connection with the April
stabbing of a UF student.
1 Three men and three women were chosen from a
pool of more than 75 prospective jurors. Some dis-
missed included a UF professor who had LaRocca as
9"A = ""w1 a student at the time of the stabbing and a teacher at
Westwood Middle School where Rowe was a student.
Rowe, whose 14th birthday is March 25, is being
tried as an adult in connection with the April 10
stabbing of then-UF sophomore Stacy LaRocca.Gaines-
Jilike ville police say Rowe repeatedly stabbed LaRocca witha
knife when she opened the front door of a Northwest15th
Avenue house where she was babysitting.
LaRocca, who was 20 at the time she was stabbed,
irs spent 17 days recovering at Shands Hospital. She
moved to Miami after the attack,but has since returnedto
Love at first bite take classes at UF and is expected to testify at the

Nine-year-old Sky Muncaster watches "Polly" the parrot give her owner Melinda a kiss Saturday at the trial, Chief Assistant State Attorney John Carlin said.
The trial is expected to last three days.
Celebration '90 Jazz Festival. Both Melinda and Sky from Gainesville.
are "(The jury's) job is to be fact finders," Carlin said.

"My job is to prove to them that (Rowe) committed the
act, thought he was finished and just walked away."
Vitali: Dean insensitive to HispanicsBy But Rowe's three attorneys- who are representingthe
teenager for free-contend that l Rowe suffers froma
mental illness and was insane at the time of the attack.
GEOFF BOUCHER There is a campus perception that the Student Affairs Vice President Art They asked several potential jurors if they had any
word minority connotates only blacks," Sandeen outlining his complaints. Rob-
Alligator Staff Writer problems with using insanity as a defense.
Vitali said. "That perception has been inson said Vitali's comments are unwar
"We are using insanity at the time of the offense,
UPs minority affairs dean sees race institutionalized by Dean Robinson and ranted. and it's up to the state to prove otherwise," said Robert
relations only in black and white, a lack the office of Affirmative Action. That "(Vitali!) has completely misunderstood Rush,who along with Sal Mollica and Thomas Kurrus,
: of vision that often leaves Hispanic stu- should not be the case. my position on Hispanic students," is representing Rowe."My contention is that (prosecu-

dents lost in the shuffle,a student leader There needs to be more focus on Robinson said. "He has taken my state- tors) are going to have a hard time with the case as
said Monday. Hispanic students and equal attention ments completely out of context. I don't charged."
know if this is some personal vendetta
Juan Vitali, founder of the former paid to Hispanic issues by Robinson'soffice
against me or against Tigert Hall, but
Vitali said. "I've taken this
Hispanic Student Union, says Minority up see Rowe. page 10
Affairs Dean Willie Robinson gears the with him, and his usual response is, it's not deserved.
efforts of his office toward 'Hispanics don't show up.'But it's his job
exclusively In the three-page letter, Vitali wrote correction
black students and their Vitali to make the office accessible and ap-
problems. that Robinson is insensitive to Hispanicsee
J I said the problem Is representative of a proachable so they will show up." Harvey Thomas was incorrectly identified in a photo
Robinson, page 4 caption on this page Monday.
bigger issue. Vitali delivered a letter last week to


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(UPI) Attorneys said Monday they that some of the key evidence includes an investigative
were finalizing court documents aimed at winning a summary that shows detectives were aware of a report i MA C' M
new trial for convicted child-killer Wayne Williams, from a reliable police informant that a Klan member
claiming that Ku Klux Klan members committed the threatened to kill one of the victims before he died. GAINESVILLE CITY COMMISSIONSterling
murders that terrorized Atlanta a decade ago. But Kunstler said the evidence was withheld from
William Kunstler and fellow defense attorneys Ron the public and defense during Williams' trial because
Kuby, Bobby Lee Cook, Lynn Whatley and Alan Der- Atlanta feared news of possible Klan involvement in I
showitz have been reviewing evidence for more thana the child slayings"might start a black-white civil war."
year that they feel implicates as many as six Klan Kunstler said the informant-dubbed "B.)."-had Tire &
members in the crimes. worked for the Atlanta police for 18 years and infiltrated I
Kunstler said Whatley will soon take the evidence the home of a Klansman who told him he was
before Butts County Judge Hal Craig and request a going to 14-year-old Luby Geter, one of the child
new trial for Williams,who was convicted in February murder victims. Quick Lube Center
1982 of killing two of the victims, Nathaniel Cater and Kunstler said a summary of the informant's report
Jimmy Payne. has "B.J."quoting the Klan member saying, "See that
Williams is currently serving two life sentences for black bastard. I am going to get him. I am going to 405 N.W. 13th St Gainesville FL 32601
the crimes. He was also implicated but not con kill him. I am going to choke the black bastard."
victed of killing another 22 youths who vanishedor The report also says that the white supremacist told ((904)) 378-1392
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The task force, set up to examine a value judgment or an impres- 1
the problems facing campus sion, it's just a fact. Robinson and Vitali both said I 1. Lifetime warranty brake pads I II
blacks and Hispanics, was inter "I don't hear about Hispanic ac- the addition of a Hispanic admin- I 1
(wmi-metalic I
viewing Student Affairs officials tivities and problems to the degreeI istrator to the Minority Student I 2. pads only) 1
about minority services. Robinsontold I hear about black activities and Affairs office could improve com- Repack front wheel bearings "'
the group that Hispanics are problems," Robinson said. "I've munication and participation. Rob- I 3. Inspect Hydralic system I II

"less aggressive" in seeking his had about a total of 20 Hispanic inson, who has no staff assistants, I 4. Resurface the Rotors !Ii:!) I II
help, except when scholarship 'students in this office since I took said he isn't sure whether the addition I (somi-nwtaHc pad slightly higher) I
money is involved. over (two years ago) compared to would bring more Hispanic .J
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Robinson said his comments black students, where sometimes students into the office, but said it -------------

weren't hostile, just honest. 20 come in in just one day,depend- is an option to explore.

TUESDAY' MARCH .19, .loon v..AT n.IGATOR.5

UF Bears' Fair Wednesday On Plaza CAMPUS NEAT THIS/ WEEK

I Offers Spring Break Safety TipsThe

University Police Department will offer students a crash course in Spring Break TODAY
safety during its eighth annual Bears' Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday on the
Plaza of the Americas. The fair is an annual day of demonstrations and exhibits by area LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-
law enforcement agencies designed to inform students on such issues as the virtuesof QUIUM, "Slavery, Debt Patronage and
Produced'by UF information and Publications ServICes. 355 safe driving and responsible drinking so Spring Break confrontations with policecan Terror: Systems of Domination of the In-
Tigert!Hall. and paid lot at usual advertising rates to com be avoided. digenous Labor Force During the First
municate official notices and important information to
students faculty and staff.Call 392 0186 for,information, "We realize students plan to party during this traditional retreat to the beach," UPD Cycle in the Colombian Amazon
) Chief Everett Stevens said, "but we're hoping the information presented here in this 1850-1930 (in Spanish), by Colombian
fun manner will encourage students to make more responsible choices." National Archives research department

Because of the growing popularity of Daytona Beach as a Spring Break hotspot, Grinter director Hall.QUALITY Augusto. Gomez, noon, 376
Nominations Are representatives from the Daytona Beach Police Department will be) available to answer
questions concerning laws in the area. Copies of Florida beach laws will also be availablefor OF LIFE TASK FORCE meetsto
other popular Spring Break locations, including Key West and Clearwater. discuss life at UF for Black and Hispanic
Sought For 1990TeacherScholar Other features include the Alachua County Sheriffs Department Underwater Recovery students, 3 p.m., Division of Housing
Unit, radar demonstrations by the Florida Highway Patrol and the Gainesville Police Conference Room, Museum Road and
13th St.
Department's K-9 Unit. Organizations such as Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, Cam-
pus Organized Against Rape and Shands' Burn Unit will also have exhibits. NUCLEAR ENGINEERING SEMINAR,
The Academic Advisory Committee of Gator Dining Service will provide free soft drinks, and Streit's Cyclery will providefree "New and Highly Effective Solution of In-

the University Senate invites all deans, bicycle inspections. UPD's Crime Prevention Unit will also be on hand to give tipson Flows tegral Equations" for Radiative Transport in
Frankel co-director of
by Jay ,
how students can keep secure while from Gainesville.
property away Participantscan
directors and department chairs to submit Florida Institute of Center for
nominations for the 1990 TeacherScholarof / also register for free gifts to be given away at 3 p.m. Computational Fluid Technology's Dynamics, 3 D.m..

the Year award. Innovative Nuclear Space Power Institute
All current UF faculty members are eligible graduate room.BIOTECHNOLOGY.

for accompanied consideration.by Nominations any relevant shouldbe infor- i: t' t"t ., "Characterization of Avirulence LECTURE Genes,

mation, such as curriculum vitae, state- 'l from Pseudomonads," by University of
ments from students and teachers associated California-Riverside plant pathology professor -
with the nominee and references and Noel Keen, 4 p.m., 2316 Fifield Hall.
examples of the nominee's scholarship. Fellow ; CIVIL ENGINEERING SEMINAR,
teachers and scholars may submit let- 'Isolation by Barriers," by University of
ters supporting the nominations. \ : .t a..llt."J. Michigan civil engineering professor
Nominations must be submitted by 4 Richard Woods, 4 p.m., 328 Weil Hall.
Provost 2, to Linda Black, Office of the ZOOLOGY LECTURE, "Systematicsand
233 Tigert Hall. For more infor- Zoogeography of the Salamander
mation, contact Committee Chairman Family Siremdae," by Paul Moler, Florida
Fletcher Baldwin, 357 Holland Law "' '' Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission

Center, 3922211.Preview. biological administrator, 3:45: p.m., 211
,1\ Bartram Hall.
90 Faculty FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "Dietary
I Recommendations and Guidelines," by

Advisor Jobs University of Wisconsin-Madison
OpenFaculty .:' biochemistry professor Alfred Harper
,. 4:05
: p.m.086 McCarty Hall.
advisors from all disciplines and
colleges are needed to assist in Preview UF Chamber Singers, whose unique repertoire includes both classical and popular ARCHAEOLOGY LECTURE, "The
'90, UF's annual freshman summer orien- music, present "Music from the Renaissance to Broadway" at 8:15 p.m. tonight in Conservation Treatment of the 'Ain
Auditorium. UF Herb Press Ghazal Statues," by John Museman direc-
tation program. Preview provides an op- University ( photo by ) ,
tor and chief conservator of the South
portunity for incoming students to get a
, first-hand look at UF and faculty advisors Florida Conservation Center Pompano
I provide one-on-one faculty/student/ con- Chamber Singers To Tour Europe ; Beach, 7:30: p.m.WEDNESDAY, 105 Fine Arts Building B.

, tacts for Preview participants. CENTER FOR WETLANDS SEMINAR
I Summer from.25 Farewell Performance Set
appointments ranging TonightUFs "Forest Biomass Crops and Future Energy
1.0 FTE Summer Sessions A
to during "
and/or/ B are available for faculty throughthe Chamber Singers present a farewell "South Pacific," "Annie Get Your Gun" Olov Needs Nilsson Sweden Swedish, by visiting professor Per
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences concert tonight at 8:15: p.m. in the Univer- and Lady." cultural Sciences, University of Agri-
Advising office.Interested sity Auditorium in celebration of their In addition to 18 singers and seven in- Garpenberg, Sweden,
faculty members must apply European tour, which begins Thursday.The strumentalists, 10 other people will go on U:45:SYSTEMS a.m., Room ENGINEERING 3 Phelps Laboratory.
by March 16. For application information, tour includes performances by the: the tour, including co-directors Ronald "Software LECTURE" ,
contact Naomi Lee, CLAS Academic Ad- singers in Austria, Germany and Switzerland Burrichter and Robinson and group Technologies in CIM, by UF I

visement Office, 3921521.VVorkshop with invitations to perform American choreographer Ric Rose, a dance faculty manufacturing student systems engineering I
music at the 500th Birthday Festivalin member in the College of Fine Arts. graduate Luiz Steinberg, 4:05:
320 Weil Hall.
Prepares Linz, Austria, and to sing Mass in the. The touring student singers are Susan p.m.,
Salzburg Dome Cathedral. Brady, Wes Everett, Steve Franz, Sonia HISPANIC FACULTY CAUCUS In-
"We decided it was time to pursue a Gonzalez, Mark Hudson, Jennifer augural Reception for UF President John
Students For GREA Lombardi, 4:30: to 6 p.m., Friends of Music
European tour, said group co-director Langford, Sharon Lee, Sharon McCabe,
five-session workshop on "Preparing Russell Robinson. "The invitational performances Terry McKinney, Daniel Monek, Jim Room, University Auditorium.
for the GRE Exam" will be held March 26 are rare and prestigious. This Moody, Harold Moss, April Pawlak, Sam ,
through 30. Sponsored by the Reading and will give international recognition to our Pawlak, Julie Schwaderer, Vicki Thomas, Chain Amino Acids, by University of
Writing Center, the workshop discusses ,de college and university." Deborah Watford and Scott Wilson. In- Wisconsin-Madison biochemistry professor
test-taking strategies, highlights verbal and interim President Robert Bryan agreed strumentalists for the trip are Don Alfred Hall.FRONTIERS.Harper 4:05: p.m., G-086
quantitative skills needed for the GRE and with Robinson and provided partial fun- Cerlanek, Jamie Dauber, Joe Dorsey, Scott McCarty
offers practice test opportunities.The ding for the tour.The College of Fine Arts Hopkinson, Judy Wingate, Mark Wood OF SCIENCE LECTURE,
workshop is free to UF students, but group raised the rest of the money from and Adam Zaricki. "The Biological" Limits to Human Perfor-
enrollment is limited. Please stop by the individual donations and the sole cor- mance, by University of Wisconsin-
and Writing Center, 2109 Turlington porate sponsorship of Nationwide Madison preventive medicine professor
Hall, or call 392-0791 for additional in- Insurance.The Pres. Lombardi! Addresses Jerome Dempsey, 8 p.m., Medical
formation and to register for the workshop.For special farewell program features Sciences Building Auditorium.
classical vocal pieces from works by Teacher Appreciation DayThe CONTINUING
Renaissance composers Palestrina, Croce, DRAWING EXHIBIT "Divergent Styles:
College of Education will hold its
61\ University .Steffens and Byrd to more contemporary sixth annual Teacher Contemporary American Drawing,"
News & InformationUNIVERSITY pieces by 19thand 20th-century composers Wednesday at 2:30: p.m.Appreciation in the Norman Day on features the work of 13 nationally and in-
and ternationally .known artists, through
de Pearsall, Fritschell Foster. Hall The celebration honors
March 18, University Gallery 9 to 5
Broadway is represented in a revue of teachers for the valuable role they play in a.m.
p.m. weekdays and 1 to 5 Sundays.
"The Best of American Musical Theater, our society. UF President John LOmbardi! p.m.
AFRICAN ART "Other World Faces,
arranged by director Robinson.The
will deliver the event's opening remarks. "
medley includes selections from "Kiss Me Other speakers include UF Education Col- Other World Hands, features costumes,
Kate, "Camelot, "West Side Story," lege Council President Cecilia "CeCe" masks, textiles and carved wooden sculp-
tures of Liberia and Nigeria, March
"Phantom of the Opera, "Les Miser- McGrath and College of Education grad- through
ables" "Applause, The King and I I" uate Flor Alvarez. 23, Grinter Galleries, open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
weekdays -and-- 1- to 4- D.IYI.. Sundays.

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the day students can start taking control of ( !
Gainesville. Well, at least they have a chance to commandsome .HGRWA'f

Almost half the people in this city every day are UF stu- i
dents. They drive on the roads, spend money at the res- i

taurants and bars, go to movies, grocery stores and gas
stations in town. Actually, students pump a ton of money

into the community, keeping much of it alive. -

Anyone, including city officials, will tell you that this 'h Maintain Educkn ill
city couldn't survive like it does without students. The run T bn )Mar

ning joke is that without UF, Gainesville would rival tl

Micanopy for a spot on the map.

City officials have no problem with UF being here. It
brings millions of dollars into the city on football

weekends downtown, alive.and thirsty students keep many of the bars Minority Affairs slights HispanicsDespite

editorial comments that the Qualityof
Yet when it comes time to allocate money for projectsor life Task your Force is bogged down in procedure rather > Juan A. Vitali
set policy, they rarely consider student needs or con- than substance, the group has met diligently and SPEAKING
cerns. Officials are held accountable to people who vote. focused on the problems that are affecting minority OUT I
Students don't vote.Unfortunately students. We are trying to provide a fresh perspectiveto
solving the problem of racism and discriminationand students responded to a survey issued four years ago. B
getting people to the polls in this how to fight effectively.First He didn't talk about how many surveys were issuedor
country takes a gimmick something they will rally of all, after hearing the opinion of some how the questions were formulated. He simply
around or against. In places like El Salvador, citizens risk administrators,including that of Dean Willie Robinsonof concluded that Hispanics are lethargic or unmotivated
being shot when they go to the polls. Yet they turn out in Minority Affairs, one has to wonder how this Task an all too common stereotype.Well .
Force didn't come about any earlier. it is stereotyping and insensitivity toward
numbers that U.S. elections supervisors only dream
Secondly,some members of theTask Force seemedto other cultures that we are trying to combat here on
about. be entangled and bothered by the fact that Hispanics campus and frankly I don't care to seek advice froma
Students care about their impact on the world. They should even be considered a minority on campus. dean of Minority Affairs who doesn't understandthis
In fact, Dean Robinson openly insinuated that problem and attempts to alienate Hispanics by
lot of U.S. involve-
spend demonstrating over
a energy students
Hispanic are opportunistic because accord stereotyping them.
ment in El Salvador and business trade in South Africa. It ing to him they do not participate in campus activitiesand Despite your incredulity, Dean Robinson,
just seems that they forget they can have an impact on that the only time Hispanics consider themselves Hispanics are also an ethnic minority. And if a dean
their neighborhoods too. minorities is when they seek scholarships.Well for minority affairs can not recognize this fact then
after hearing those comments and seeing maybe he shouldn't be the dean to begin with.
The actions of the city government affect their daily such attitudes toward Hispanics, it is no wonder that On the issue of racism and attitudes, blacks and
lives in very visible ways. Who do they think sets Hispanic students do not show up in Robinson's office Hispanics must work together because the issue isn't
electricity rates and, indirectly through property taxes, for help. only one of skin color. The issue with racism and
the amount of rent they pay? Robinson compared black students and Hispanics, discrimination is one of cultural insensitivity and a
saying blacks are "more aggressive," indicating that presumed allergy to accepting people that have a
Fortunately this year, students have something to rally perhaps Hispanics are not responsive to campus involvement different culture than one's own.
around. That something is a student candidate Michael activities.If This is not to say, however, that there are not
Murphy someone who will represent their needs in he only took time to attend Hispanic Student specific problems that affect each group. But on the
Association meetings, he would find out that more other hand, if we are to effect change we can not,
the bureaucracy of city The only thing stu-
than 50 Hispanic students attend the meetings regular. afford to look at the issues with myopic perspectiveby
dents need to do is vote him in. ly. If he cared to read The Alligator, he would find out categorizing them. Differentiating issues as

We'd like to see a precedent set tomorrow by having that in this last spring's Student Government electionsa Hispanic or black lessens their meaning and attempts
Hispanic student dared to run for president for the the
toiplay game of divide and conquer that many
more students vote than ever before. Even if it isn'tenough first time in many years. If he cared to find out, he would like for us to play.
to put Murphy in office, at least the officials in would know that the SGP chairman is also of Hispanic We must come together, not apart. We must work
city hall can't ignore their voice. Having a student run for origin. If he only cared to find out, if he only cared toward a goal, not against each other. There shouldnot
local office shouldn't be an oddity in a town with the about Hispanic students. be a black or Hispanic agenda on racism. There
large student population that Gainesville has, people Student Services has done very little to entice should be one agenda and one agenda only to get
should it. Hispanic students to use their services. In fact, the rid of racism and discrimination. Period.
expect only Hispanic event sponsored, but not organized, by Often I hear complaints about how Hispanics are
And not only should they expect it, they should respectit. that office for the past 3 years was a Hispanic student segregated from the rest of the campus,and how they
assembly, which was held after much prodding from don't like to be considered minorities and how they
the president of the HSA don't identify with the plight of black people fighting
Close to 200 students attended in yet another discrimination.The .
alligator Editor proof that if attention Is paid to Hispanic students, whole issue is one of communication problems
Lucy Chabot they will respond. However, it seems as though to which we need to solve immediately. Blacks,
Editor Editor Robinson the term minority only means black. Hispanics,Jews,Asians and whites need to talk among
Managing Minority newsletters have all focused black each
on other. Each group is proud of their heritage but
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton students'issues and no Hispanic events were reportedin yet it can not afford to spare time to identify common
it Yet the newsletter is called the"minority"newsletter. issues to deal with together.I .
Letters Policy In fact, Robinson couldn't even find a column in
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by.l0 page). They should be challenge all minorities to heed this call and act
typed. double-spaced and signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone the newsletter to advertise Hispanic Heritage Week.In on it before it's too late.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call yet another attempt to justify the alleged apathyof Juan Vitali is and
the editorial page editor at 376-4458 a graduate student in engineering.
Hispanics, Robinson claims that only 57 Hispanic a member of the Quality of Life Task Force.AlJlGATO .

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trifle with elections."
Howard said he wanted an election based on merit,
not'political pressure. "This is a process of government -
Sworn complaints that charge Alachua County supressing the people,"he said. "Anytime gov-
School Board officials with violating campaign and ernment opens a gauntlet and enters a fray, it
finance laws may be little more than a last-minute unbalances a referendum."
attempt to sabotage today's two county- UF political science professor James
wide referendums. Button said 48 hours is the"optimum"time
Superintendent Doug Magann said he for an event to affect an election's outcome.
expected opponents to try to discredit cam- a He said many voters become interested in
paigns favoring the $100 million school S issues and make their decisions two to
t bond and local-option sales tax. ;CZ,\ three days before an election.
Three leading opponents Monday filed "It's enough time for the media to get it
._ sr, sworn complaints with the State Attorney's out,but not enough time for the other partyto
t office asking the office to investigate nine respond satisfactorily," he said.
possible violations of the Florida Statutes. MARl CH 13 But McSherry said filing the complaintswas
The complaints accuse public officials of not timed to coincide with today's
Bustaes9po unlawfully using their public positions,fail- referendum. Since recent reports of possi-
out FOf ing to report all campaign contributions and failing to ble campaign violations, McSherry said he received
h identify political advertisements properly."We about 100 phone calls supporting his accusations."We .
have been expecting them to do something, have received many complaints from parents
and this is it," Magann said. "I.hope most people will and teachers who are afraid to say anything,"Howard
see this for what it is-a last-minute attempt to cloud
the issue." Attorney John Stephenson said the case may
Three identical complaints were filed by UF political result in an investigation and eventual prosecution,
science junior Ken Kopczynski,Vote No Citizens but would not invalidate the referendums.
Established 1978 Committee Chairman Lee McSherry and Owen How "It's. preliminary right now, but there could have
Classic Clothing for the Young Professional' ard, conservation chairman of the Suwannee-Saint been some impropriety,"Stephenson said. "They did
Creekslde Mall 3301 SW 2nd Ave. Johns' Sierra Club."I not come in asking to stop an election. I would say
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to rebuild human muscle tissue. to gauge strength improvements has increased
"We've gotten a lot bigger all four of us," by 70 pounds.
said Steve, who said he gained 25 pounds in "I'm doing one cycle and I'm out,"said Mark,
to two months, going from 140 to 165 pounds."I'm who uses a steroid called Equipoise, which i is
also about 100 pounds stronger in my bench not meant for human use. The negative stuff
press. I probably could have gotten that strongon about steroids is all bull. If you only do one
my own, but in about two years instead of cycle, your liver is not going to explode and
SuccessLarge about two months." your'you know what'won't shrink. Doctors and
Steve said the only negative aspect of taking the police are just trying to scare us.
steroids for him and his friends was what they "I believe what I'm doing is the right thing."
had to do to get and use the drug. While Mark and many other steroid users
returns from small doses "It cost us about $80 a bottle," Jack said. believe they're doing the right thing, federal
"Plus, we had to find a place that sells needles lawmakers don't. Because getting caught with
keep steroids popularStory without asking questions, so we bought them the drug without a prescription is a felony,
from a farm supplies store. And while taking Mark and the other users requested their
them, we had to lift all the time to get our names be changed to "protect the innocent."
money's worth. But that's just what we got." Dealers and users of steroids aren't dealt
Like parachute pants and sushi bars. Jack added the only negative side of his with as harshly as dealers and users of cocaine.
fascination with steroids has dis- experience with steroids was that he kept rup- But since 1987, laws have been passed to provide
appeared with the 1980s. turing veins by inserting a needle incorrectly, stronger penalties for possession of
by Gone is the media attention that covered usually causing profuse bleeding."I steroids.
Ron Kaspriske steroid use more extensively than almost all keep hitting a vein in my ass," said Jack, "Anabolic steroids are now 'schedule four'
other drugs combined. Gone are the medical who blamed the needles' larger size for ruptur- controlled substance according to the Food and
alerts and warnings from the Surgeon General ing his veins. "It's no big deal, it's just that I Drug Administration," Doering said. To put
Photo Illustration by that explained how steroid use can lead to heart wasn't very good at it. But we did it once, andI that in perspective, the FDA classifies cocaineas
attacks and kidney failures. I haven't felt any side effects in two years. I'm 'schedule two' controlled substance. Since
E. Ann Stoddard Gone is the hype that took steroids out of the bigger and I feel better about myself. Steroidsare that law was passed, steroid dealers have had
back room of body-building gyms and into the OK in small amounts." to make their business deals a lot more under-
mainstream of fitness conscious Americans.But Mark agrees with Jack. As a novice cover."
while the spotlight may be dimming on weightlifter, Mark only wanted to do what is One UF football player, who asked that his
the drug, its popularity among amateur body commonly known to steroid users as one name not be used, said steroids would be really
builders certainly isn't diminishing.You "cycle," or about 10 cubic centimeters of the popular with the football team if it weren't for
don't have to look any further than the drug.Mark drug testing that can detect if a steroid was
O'Connell Center's student weightrootn to a 165-pound UF student, says he's taken up to one year before the test.
learn that anabolic,or muscle-building, steroidsare already gained 15 pounds from doing half the "A lot of guys did them in high school," the
as popular as ever. cycle and the amount of weight he can bench
At least 15 male students who use the press which is what most weightlifters use see Steroids, page 9

weightroom are either taking steroids or have
done so in the past, and some of them seem to tl ", J
think there may be many more users in the
gym who don't admit it.
"Steroids may be forgotten,but they certainly
aren't gone," said Bob, a UF student who has
been injecting himself with a steroid called z
Deca-Durabolin once a week for the past six
weeks."A .
lot of people are doing them especiallyhere.
The only difference between now and
when steroids were in the news all the time is
that, because of all the literature that was
published during the 1980s, we can feel com-
fortable taking the drug in safe dosages."
What Bob says may be true according to Paul 41,
Doering, a UF pharmacy professor and co-
director of the Drug Information and Pharmacy
Center, which supplies quick information to
doctors and pharmacists about thousands of
different drugs via a toll-free telephone hotline.
Doering, who is studying steroid use, says
all the publicity steroids received during the
'80s has helped make users more knowledgeable -
about what they're taking.
"Users know how anabolic steroids manipu-
late the hormone testosterone to make muscle 214,
tissue," Doering said. "They also know how it
will affect them negatively." a .'y
Doering also agrees that Bob has a better
chance of not having to worry about steroids'
adverse side effects if he takes a small quantity.
There's no question that the risk of harmful
side effects is proportional to the duration and
quantities of which the drug is used," Doeringsaid.
.. "There is truth to what those kids are
saying about taking small amounts. But I stress
the point that steroids are extremely dangerousand
shouldn't be taken just to get bigger."
Steve, another UF student, says he's con-
vinced steroids are dangerous, but not as
dangerous as doctors make them sound.
He and three other UF students who live with
him in Beaty Towers decided two years ago to
do a cycle of anabolic steroids to.see how big
they could get.
, Steve and his friend Jack knew a dealer in
South Florida who could get them an anabolic
steroid called Winstrol. The drug's original
purpose was to strengthen horses, but the
company that makes Winstrol,Winthrop-Breon
Laboratories, has since manufactured the drug


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STEROIDSfrom the pituitary gland that causes growth during expensive, so I can't see how people would get
page 8 adolescent years. Until a couple of years ago, it,although it wouldn't surprise me to see it fall
the drug could only be obtained by extractingit into the wrong hands.
from the pituitary gland of a cadaver, but nowthere's
player said. "You know these guys didn't get "And we don't even know what it can do to
a synthetic version of it.
adults. Scientists still that. The
this big on their own. Some have told me they'd are studying
The synthetic version now is being manufactured drug is only meant for children."
like to do more now, but can't because of drug
by two companies in the United States
Your basic, testing."They think it's the only way to get for use in children with growth deficiencies.But According to Mike, another UF student who

bigger. uses steroids, those risks are meaningless to
the have the to
quasi-fashion drug may capability
UF strength coach Tom Kelso contests that
weightlifters who are looking for an alternativeto
increase and size in adults well.
strength as
fun players can gain weight and increase strength steroids."If .
funky, without using steroids. "(Professional wrestler) Andre The Giant' is

"John Durden is a good example,"Kelso said. the classic case of what an overdose of human it can't be detected and it shows results
crazy, zany, "He came here as a freshman weighing 215- growth hormone could do," said Jonathan Rob- like Andre 'The Giant,' people will kill for it."

natural fibersportswear pounds and left at 275-pounds without doing bins, spokesman for Serono Laboratories in
steroids. You simply have to eat right and Randolph, Mass. "He had a tumor that Doering,the UF pharmacy professor,agrees
that it's only a matter of time before the growth
the in
produced drug large quantities causinghim
consistently work out hard. If you do steroids,
hormone makes it to the black market.
still have to work out not to be gigantic.
and assorted you anyway, so why
( do it the natural way?" "We used to manufacture a drug called Asel- "There are no laws saying selling these drugsis

goodies store Kelso added that although steroids may lacrin in the United States that was a natural illegal," Doering said. "It's safe to sell and
make most people bigger,some people already version of what the human growth hormone is it's expensive, so dealers stand to make a lot
for men andwomen have reached their maximum growth and the now. But we stopped, and now there are only of money off of it. The laws making steroids ai-
drugs won't work. two kinds of the hormone drug available in the controlled substance have improved, but they

"Weights, eating right, steroids, or anythingelse U.S." are still limited. And even what the laws do
you can think of that might make you The two types are Protropin, manufacturedby cover don't seem to bother users and dealers."
1025 University bigger won't if you've stopped growing. Your Genentec Laboratories in San Francisco and
A former UF student who has been dealing
336-7025 body frame can only hold so much weight. Humatrope, manufactured by the Elly-Lilly
in steroids for the past four years agrees.
Steroids aren't the answer. Corp. Indianapolis.

According to some UF students, steroids According to these companies it would be "You don't see it as widespread anymore,"
aren't the answer for them either, but a human extremely tough to obtain these drugs illegally John said. "But you go to any gym and the Void
growth hormone is. because they keep close records on who they monsters are in there. I still have a lot of peopleI

Some UF students contend this will be the sell them to."Ninetyone. I sell them to.They always ask the same things,

growth drug of the future because, unlike percent of the time, we know too. I tell them not to worry about their kidney
steroids, it can't be detected in drug tests. what house our drug is in," said Genentec failing unless they plan on doing the drugs
Human growth hormone is the element in spokeswoman Susan Rogers. "Plus it's real non-stop for about three years straight."




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Court now finances a SNAP van
Alligator Writer and a SNAP handi-van, which pro-
vides nighttime transportation for
The Student Nighttime Auxiliary disabled students, Varnes said.
PRE Patrol will not be financed by SG Vice President Kevin May-
Student Government if an amend eux said he is working to find an
Spring Break rl NT N160 ment which removes SNAP'S bud- organization which will finance
Party get from the responsibility of the SNAP. By not financing SNAP, SG
Activities and Service Fee Advisory
would relieve itself of some of its
1g Committee is passed by sen- $185,000 deficit, Mayeux said.If .
ators at tonight's meeting. SNAP cannot find outside financing -
Last semester senators passed a however, SG will con
bill which removed SNAPs
budget tinue to finance SNAP, Mayeux
from ASFAC but forgot to change
another statute, which still in- said.SNAP'S
cluded SNAP under the duties of budget already was ap-
ASFAC, said Judiciary Committee proved by ASFAC this year. SNAPis
Chairman Adam Tanenbaum. co-financed through SG and Uni-
versity Police Department.
Senators will hear the amend
ment on first reading. The amend Varnes said that SG has been
f K 1 rum & coke ment would keep consistent with more than fair with SNAP'S budgetin
16 shot last semester's change, Tan the past and she is not worried
enbaum said. that SNAP will not be financed in
i SNAP coordinator Martha Var- the next fiscal year, which begins
OV 1.. K 1 beer
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willing to finance them but Florida will also vote on second
108 S. MAIN SIBEEI i8 & OVER 311-1619 law states that their money must reading a financing request of
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1 FURNISHEDSummer Ibd walk-in closet Village West Apts 800
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7777, 371-0251 Now or fall. 3-16-11-2 Belt rate you'll llndl
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wash/dry./ ceiling fans, cent heat/air, 5 ROOMMATESFemale Cash check, MC or VISA.

2 completely (turn rooms for rent. No lease. near bus, $375. 3730701. 3-16-7-2 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office

$175/mo ft 1/3 util. 373.7981a.k (for Cindyor to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse In For Rent/Sate/ 1105 W. University Ave.
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leave message. possibly SW Area, 'fully 'furnished, washer/dryer M-F Bam-4 pm
longer.Fireplace, a/c, dishwash SW
$225/mo & 1/2 utll. Call 3356273. 3-30- 4 Sublease House/Apt./
Large one bedroom, furnished/ ,four blocks area, no peta $310/mo, sec/LMR. 335- 10.5 Main BookstoreHub
from library. Available May 1. $245/mo./ 0213. 3-13-3-2 5 Roommates Customer Service DeskM

Call Walt 3382071. 3-166-1 Room In Forest of the Unicorn townhouse 6 For Sale F 8 am 4:30: pm
Avail Nowl In The Pines 2bdr/1 1/2 ba :
(for F, pool, sauna, all amenities incl.,
Townhouse Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
Apt, dishwasher, walk-in 7. Real Estate
$250/mo & 1/2 utll. 373-3584. 31310.5
FOR RENT: closet, lots ol room, pets ok. 375-3889 or M-F8am-9pm.Sat noon 9 pm

3753494. 3-16-5-2 F N/S for own bdr/ba at Rocky Point Apts. 8 Motorcycles : Sun noon 5 pm

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 1 or 2 Persons needed to take over lease fully (turn except bdr.Avail May 6 $209/mo 9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM
A 1/2 util 336-3916 LV MSG. 3-26-10-5
F. 8 am- 430pm
for summer. 2bed.2bath Oak Forest Apt, 10 Wanted
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 235 per person 373-4220 ask for Tally. 3rd Ave. NW 15 St, M/F/ share 2bd/1ba 11 i Services By Mail:

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 3-26-5-2 apt, $137.50/mo & 1/2 utll. 375-7997 Use forms appearing weeklyin
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 4-30-75- Ouyang. 3-13-5-5 12 Typing Services
AVAILABLE NOWI Discount rent. 2 the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by

2 bedroom home with fireplace, yard, new URGENTI! Rmmt. needed own "'13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA, or checks only.

Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet paint. Only 1 block to UF 373.5018. 3- room/bath, share utilities, $175/mo/ neg. 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

washer/dryer available in most units for 29.8.2 Call 376-4824. 3-13.5.5 Payment by VISA or Mastercard
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 18-23,1 & 2 Bath 15 Personals ONLY Five dollar minimum.
$2SO-$350, sec & Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- MOBILE HOMES: Female engineering stuc lookingfor 16 Connections M-F830.4pm.
75-2 ( same/similar to share a house/apt for

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BEDROOM APT. Rmmt. Wanted M/F S/NS own Bdr/Ba. For 18 Rides
ONLY $263/MO. Rental Homes more Info call Lisa at 335-9455 or 378- 19 Pets cancel your ad:
LYONS APT from $260 5397. 3145.5
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 378-9291 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:

Nonsmk m/f' needed to share 2brm 1 ibth Call 373.FIND Mon. FrI. 8. 4 pm.
INCREDIBLE apt. Walking distance to campus. Own No refund can be given.
Efficiency(( Apt. : bedroom. $165 month 12utillties. Call
Starting at $185 376-1283 for details. 3145.5 Alligator errors:
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Starting at $233/ 2 Bedroom Check your ad the FIRST day it rum
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE Summer and/or (all ft spring n/s rmmt for Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
110 NW 39th Ave. 2bd/lba apt. Camelot Great location! own furn bd/ba In Rockwood Villas $250 + noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
378-3988 Unfurn. $425/mo./ Sublet thru Aug. avail 1/3 util Call Pam 335-4469. 3-14-5-5 Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
free March and Call 374.6578. DAYS after
375.3861 now April they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected
3-13-5-4 NEED F to share 2 bedroom apt. (for entire
Ads mailed In or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
Check Our New Specials"All summer A maybe next fall. Less than a
Amenities Available LAKEWOOD VILLAS sublease 'for summer mile from campus! Fully furnished $210 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED ,option for fall 2 1/2 bdr/2ba $490/mo a month. Call Lynn 335-786811 3-14-4-5 THREE days to appear. Ads placing the ad. Changes called in after
the first will be
day not compensated.
Roommates Available 3354217. 328.104
We're No. 1 Grad students/resident/professional big may run for any length of time

REGENCY OAKS 2 bd twnhs avail Immed. $217/mo + 1/2 beautiful NW home, own br/bath/ garage, and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:

378-5766 util. Call Janice ASAP. 375-2832 This prlv., all amenities. Must see. $30012 Sorry, but there can be no refunds Corrections must be made in person at.
3230 SW Archer Road month free. 3-14-5-4 u tl 1. 371-6379. 3-16-5'S The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
for cancelled ads.Don't There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
373-4500 Sublet 1bd/unf Windmeadow March SPYGLASS Need 2 rmmts, M/F for
372-8752 leave 3bd/3ba Own bd/ba. Leas
2001 SW 16th Street through July message. apt. beginning
31664bdrlba May 1. Call Mlch.e'aI335-2117.' 3-165-

Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the 5 ="'1
1 / to sublet 'from April to July, 1st
price of one. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt.
mo. rent $100, the rest neg. The Woods F N/S rmmt needed to share 2bd/2ba furn Let Your
room. Stoneridge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St YOUR VOTE WILL MAKEA
338.8052 after 7pm. 3-14-4-4 apt at Brandywine. 37/mo ft 1/4 utll.
375.1121. 4-30-45-2
Available May 1. Call 3359846. 3-30-10- Testers GetRuinedl DIFFERENCE. END

4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201 NW 10 St by Sublease 1 Ibdr In Country Village apt. 5 STUDENT APATHY TODA
Only $143/mol/ for May-Aug. Great location
UF now or 5/1 carport, cent air, wood
Park & pool. Call Debbie at 3761685. 3- M N/S to share 2bdr/lba, $195/mo ft 1/2 VOTE FOR
floors College Properties: 411 NW
15-5-4 utll. 1 mile from UF, Call Todd 336-4010.
15 St 3717777. 3-16-11-2
Summer Sublet! M/F needed early May,
HUGE 2bd 2bth now or Fall Bel Air Apts BBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBIBBBBBBl
636 NW 28 Ave. (oil 6 St). Spacious own bdr w/wter bed In 2bdr apt, 1 1/2 ml. F prof' or grad student to share house, Ig
... grounds, magnificent oaks College Park to UF, $255/mo & 1/2 utll. Call Jon 372- (turn bdr/ba, $250/mo Includes util.Wendy I Dry Mounting CITY COMMISSION Dlst. 3
5198. 3-14-3-4 3712981. 3-30-10-5
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Oxford Manor.We'll Pay You $100 to sublet M/NS roommate needed 'for 3bdr/2ba
2BD $249 STUDIO $199 110 NW 15 St
blk to UF) ft 1222 NW 8 Av College Park May-Aug. great location, 2bd/2ba. house located 5 miles from campus.Washerdryer. CREATIVE WORKSHOP ( presented.inaty, in ,this City'
$494/mo, near tennis/pool. Call 373. $180/mo & 1/3 utilities a
Properties 411 NW 15th St 371.7777. 3-
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Male NS ALARMS Installed remote control MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-1146 Sale 87' Jawa Moped with low mile*. '1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc. Perfect
From 5/15.8/15 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Editor' choice CompuAdd Northgate Please contact Juitin at 374-4870. $350 cond only 1600 mi. Comes with 2 hel.
Brandywint Best rate you'll find! demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. messape. A H P. Price lime or lower than mail obo. 3-27-5-6 mets $2200 obo for more info call 375-
Call Jim 378-0293.. 3154.5 order. System below Include 1mb 40mb 8928 or 3772014. 3-16-5-8'
Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman. Home ((28ma), graphics monitor, ... Color TV '19' RCA like new. $150' obo. Call
lAURELSI! F needed (for Fall. Own tad/bt. and Car Stereo. Pioneer Saneul, Sher MC 286/12.81195" Packard Bell $1295 Niko. 392-9387( weekday. 335-4859 or 9 AUTOS
w/d/ micro pool v/b-ball workout room wood and more. We Beat All Price! MC 386i $1495. Northgate 388/20 335-1264.vening.. 3-13-5-6
lots of extras l Lease Aug. '90. $250/mo/ & 3733754. 4-30-69-6 $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd ft battery -
1/3/ Ut. 335-5954. 3-16-5-8 $1999. CompuAdd 810 ml 20mb & 5'9" TIC surfboard leaih-excellent for Oldsmobile Cutlass Clara LS 1982 4-
Dining table w/ drop aides Incl/ 4 graphics monitor $970 1 & 3 year war beginner $100' obo 10 month left on door, Auto, ac, pb am/fm 64000 miles,
Own rm 187/mo In a beautifully (turn 3/2 upholstered chain $200. 4-plece white ranties. Onsite warranties. Panasonic G'ville Health & Fitness $170 Alpine EQ $2200 or best offer 377-2957. 3-14-7-9
1/2 twnht. F only. W-D. Share 1/3 util. rattan w/cushion 2003368918. 3-13- 1180' printer $185 HP Laser Jet lip w// crossovers. 7 band $50 395-7877. 3-
Very private. Sue 3321642. Call toon. 5-6 $1049., 4110 SW 34th St. / 308 W Univ. 14-5-6 85 Ford Escort GT Turbo ac, tinted windows
Ave. 4-30-65-6 perfect condition. $3000 will
Fridge, full size, manual defrost works Passport Radar Detector-1 yr. old. have negotiate. Call 332-3439. 3-13-5-9
6 FOR SALE great. Bargain at $50 obo. 377-8308. box w/all parts, $150.' 3359125. Ask for
real FOR SALEI 60 Mustang Ford 2 door,
Tenspeed. cheap $20 OBO. 3-13-5-6 Andrew or leave a menage. 3-13-4-6
Alpine Kenwood Sony and 30 more COMPUTER Automatic AC/H FM/AM White wblue
brand are all at our New Location! Car let. Diamond Ring. Diamond Is good Magnavox 286 12 Mhz. 40MB ((28ms) TWIN BED FOR SALE good condition. Inter good cond. $2000. CALL 375-2690
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- quality. Have Diamond certificate and Hard Drive, 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB), Include mattress, box springs, mattress Negotiable. 3-13-5-9
2070. 4-30-75-6 receipt. Paid $1795 will take $1000. Call 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive 14" VGA Color cover and sheets ONLY $40.00. Call
Jay 336-6777. 3-14-6-6 Monitor ((31 dot pitch). 16-bit VGA switch- Laurie at 336.0411. 3-13-4-6 1982 Honda Accord 4DR Sipd, 84,500ml.
Rockford Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, able video card.MS-DOS. 401. GWBasIc) ., light blue wdark blue Interior. On
Infinity. Kicker Code Alarm. The Beet' FOR SALE: Gator National Drag Race DOS Tutorial 1 yr. warranty, $1589. BEER-learn to make the beer you like campus, must see, $2200. Call 395-9633
Car Steno Installers In town. Car Ticket 3 reserved seats with pit passes cheaply and easily. Great for students. Negotiable. 3-13-5-9
Stereo Go. :175-1634. 4-30-75-6 Sat. Mar. 17 $45 *.. 3957227. Classes forming now. Call 375-6836 Info
-- I 3-14-5-6 82 Mazda RX-7; Sipd looks and runs |
Letter Quality Printer 2 yr warranty. Best great ae.ttereo/cass, new clutch must

THEATRES There/ A D/tferencf./ printer! $305. Guitar Weitone Fletcher w/ case stral- sell $3800 obo call 377-6731 leave mes

style body w/ locking nut, fine tune bridgew sage. 3-13-4-9
OAKS MALL 10 DAILY TWI-UTE SHOW WORD PERFECT 5.1 / 3 plck-upi. Excel) Cond. $175 Neg
s2 ASIArMt.AdIDS470aapn 1979 Camaro Maroon VERY RELIABLE.
< 3732596. 3-14-4-6
Latest full students and
version faculty $990 firm must sell Mike, 3757485. 3-

331-8818) INSIDE OAKS MALI I JHI-811B ADJACENT TO MALI I 17 ft., wings good shape.
I IN OAKS PLAZATHE ELITE #335-1300 Call John 336-1004 1979 Mazda RX7 excellent condition
BAD INFLUENCE(R) Leave Message. 3-16-5-6' new paint and tires, needs engine work.
HUNT FOR RED OCTOBERPG) 200, ((5.15 @ 12.50)), 7.45 9 55 $'000 080. 462-72'4.' 3-14-5-9
I 0 (2 50)) 7:10 I 10:1: "
Sleeping Bag 86 X 26 2 1/2 Ibs..
S. THE 15 DOT 7(45( l 1962 VW van, engine rebuilt 7000 ml.
fo s2 S0).i) f. fJ
( : 1.30, ( $2.50) 1 55 FUTON & FRAME SALEI goose down used once. 371'2125.I.av. .go. New clutch/press.plate, 20mpg
SKI PATROL (PC GLORY (:) From only $200 per ..t. meisige. 31858Bookc..a. body fair $800/obo call Bob at 376-0076
14S. ((5.JO *) $2.60),1.00.10:15) :
1 1:45: ((5 00 9(2 ) '0.15Iso.'iftmmr.l
Call Mat
'R) DRIVING MISS DAISY (PC) 377.5650 ((2)); 4-drawer chest solid and leave mssage. 3-14-4-9
: ( :: ) .955 3-13-10-6 wood unfinished excellent' condition.
200. ((530 @ $2.50)), 9 00, 101'5 371-2125.leavI 3-16-5-6 76 Ford Ranchero pickup V8, a/c,
ZOO.SI5( :1J:15: .\ 55 BORN ON THE FOURTHOF Cassidy Furniture; ft ApplianceGifts menage. pw/brakes pw/steering am/fm/tape

JULY (R) General Merchandise New & Used Sony video camera CCD F70 mint cond., atereo. Needs tuneup. $750 or best offer,
730 Buy & Sell. 534 SW 4 Ave. 373-9505. barely used, 2 batteries, all accenorie 332-6514 after 5pm/ 3-13-3-9

Times Strewn For Monday Thru-Thursday, 3-13-10-6 with cat, must tell quick $850 OBO. 371
7457. 3-14-36 88 Acura Integra RS, Red, 3-dr S-speed
KLH 200 AM/FM stereo clock radio $125; 24,500 miles Perfect condition $9,850

Raleigh man' mountain bike, 25" frame, Computer Zenith portable wInternal Call Ken 3351425. 3-16-6-9
27" wheels, extras $200; IBM Selectrlc I modem. $300 obo. 373-9916 after 6pm or
rwe ac SWf :> 4lKg t iw'4II Mlens. typewriter, 12 pitch fabric ribbon, u correct leave menage. 3-14-3-6 1979 Datsun 210 station wagon. Good
$75. 3381109. 3-14-7-6 utility car for students. $400. Call 335-

Couch big U-.haped beige tweed can 2792. 3-15-5-9
PRINT 30" X 37" signed by LeRoy separate Into 3 smaller couch with 2
Neiman. Lions and Cubs. Exceptionally fool cushions. $225 obo. Call after 2pm Mazda 620, 1981. 5-.pd. a/c am/fm cats,
f atpR beautiful, framed well. 462-1673. 3-13-5- 377.5881.15.4.8 runs & looks good $1150 obo 33S-0510.
6 3-14-4-9
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One Jacksonville to New York City
I I I I I I I I I I I I I ;lI way '81 Toyota Tercel: S-speed. AM/FM Cassette
Sexy Thong Bikini March 20th $120. Call 3381374. 3-13-2-
Beautiful Corsets CINEMA It DRfiFTHOCJSEBACK 6 3351366., Great 3-16-5-9 Condition $1500' OBO. Call

Elegant A Exotic TO THE FUTURE II
Surfboard 6'3 3-fin channels. Very
Lingerie (PC) clean. $150. Ask for Mike at 372-5977. 1976 Datsun 610 nice air excellent
3-14-3-6 transportation good tire. $775. Call 373-
5:00: 7:15: 9:45 MID 6922 or 374-5767. 3-14-3-9

oe Windsurf Fanatic 340. Fun/Race, like
THRU THURSDAY 1982 CHEV Cavalier ttawgn luxury *d.,
new. Thule racks harness, O'Neill wetsuit
$1000 Obo. 335-1618. 3-16-5-6 4cyl economy auto pi. pb. pw pi, pm
: stereo cruise, mag wheels, very nice car.

FOR SALE: Billy Joel tlx March 16th at 335-5296. 3-16-5-9
Miami Arena best offer gets them' call and
leave message 375-7765. 3-15-3-6 1982 Chevy Caprice Classic loadedroadtrlp
machine $1500 and Kawasaki

3766843PREPARE Schwinn Circuit Racing Bike EXCELLENT 440 motorcycle, best offer. Ashley 373-
819 W. Univ. Ave Gainesville, FL, 32601 373-6628 COND. Asking $400 obo Retail 869. 7371. 3-16-5-9

CALL 335.4750; leave message. 3-15-3-

FOR SALE 6FT. TRI-FIN. EX.SHAPE 495- $100. Corvettes, Chevys, Porsches, and
2518. 3-16-4-6 other confiscated properties. For Info
Call ((615)779-7111) Ext. R-438. 3-13-1-9

ATTENTION ADVERTISERS 7 REAL ESTATEGreat 87 Mazda Truck: SE-S B-2200. 5-spd. silver

bedliner, power brake, power steer-
Deadlinesfor Ing. $4395 or assume loan. 332-1748
As Location Walk to class 1BR 1BA
Upstairs unit!! & PARKSIDE Fully keep trying. 3-16-4-9

equipped Owner financing $23,500.
Spring BreakThe 6063. 3-26-11-7

Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class
Condo. 2bd/2ba turn, ground
Alligator will not be publishing from Monday, March 19 Oakbrook floor, poolslde. Take over payments or Jewelry Rings ETC.373-9243.Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine

March 23 due the Break make offer. Eve 376-9743. 3.16-10.7
through Friday, to Spring holiday.
WANTED: weights and/or bench. Also
8 MOTORCYCLESJAWA dorm-size refrigerator. Call 472-3928
The deadline for Monday, March 26 is Thursday, March 15. after 6pm. 3-13.4-10

A MOPED: Run great) $250 Call
The deadline for Tuesday, March 27 is Friday, March 16. 378-0353 Leave Me.sag*. 3-14-6-6 DEAD on 4/1 In ATLANTA not have to be
together, call DOUG 395-7877 314510 -
NOW Honda Elite Scooter iSOcc. It Is three
months old and only has 210 miles on It.
These deadlines apply to both display and classified ads.
Mint condition. Call Jay at 336-8777. 3- MEMBER of UF STAFF. FACULTY etc.

Display Classifieds 14-6-8 to be Faculty Advisor for WSU. Who supports -
to form. Call Mark
a group right
376-4482 375-3463 Sick of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter 3359630. 3142.10 .
4900 miles, excellent condition $600. .

alligator l VARM 377-2357. 3-15-5-8 11 SERVICESMaine

EDUOCnONALctwnn 1985 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1000cc
Excellent Condition. $2600. Call 335- NW Mini storage at 1-75' & NW 39th Ave
TEST H*MIUTION Vf cmiiits. MCI: Isis 2792. Includ. helmet, security chain etc. near Oak Mall area, 5 5 to 10 x 20 from
CALL DAYS EVENINGS* WEEKENDS 3-15-5-6 $20, 10% disc to itudent 332-8917. 4-

377-0014 SCOOTER Honda Elite ISOcc 1985 Metallic 30-75-11 -

Exc. Cond. 14500 ml.. 80 mpg. new
409 S.W. 2nd Ave.
Classifieds. ;11
battery helmet' rain suit $750. Evenings
3325268. 3-13-2-8 Continued on next page.



Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator./ Great
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Typing/Word processing, WordPerfect the Gator Getter Teaml! Applications.I Income Opportunity price*.reg or rx sunglasses The Optical
5.1, quality work fast results low rates set own hrs, part/full time high InB -
now being takenl I 2nd floor stadium' F ;1 your Laboratory 376-5563. 818 SW 4 Ave. 1
dependable, personal service Tara 332- office See Betty only 8-5 March 7.12 come potential' What will It hurt to look? block from Ala Gen. 30-75-15
1469. 4305412TLC 371-3536
1233 NW 10th Ave 3-13.4-13
372.1664 Natural Foods and Vitamins
MCVISAlnsuranceFree/ for your papers, projects, theses, buys used clothes, we also Birkenstock Sandals.
Pregnancy Test etc. Pro wp, Mac 2, laser) Graphics, spchk Assistant Teaching Position at Flowers, trade and cons Convert your old clothes Sunflower Health Foods
Member ", reasonable, nts, wknds. 3738618 Montessori School 3111 NW 31st Ave. to cash 375-3752 107 N. Main St. open 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482

National Abortion Federation ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER Apply in person Mon-Frl 1pm-3pm 376- 106 3145.14 43075.15 ,
4-30 75 11 4700.
WPS ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell" Put terminal In for Ii
a computer room
PREGNANT? Don t guess Get Immediatetest
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE no cholesterol Ripp 376 3649. 3.28. as little as $50. Buy sell trade pcs ft compatibles results from a reliable source j'

:Set, confidential testing and treatment at t IBM Compatible WP 5.0 Laser Printer, CDCS 818 W University 338- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 4. Legal, Medical Terminology, Reports 0378. 30.75.15 j
A few sharp people who would like to
30 75 11 Papers. Thesis. Call 378.2034. 31310 1
make lots of money fastl! Anyone ambitious STOCKS JOIN INVESTMENT CLUB NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get
AAA STORAGE Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable Is qualifiedl I Call today after 5 or limited Initial $$$ Investment required!! special student discounts on exams and
Close to UF. Convenient service Masters In English will check leave a message anytime Kristen or Call Todd 335-7042. 316514PERSONALS all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
4x4x4 l5/mo I spelling and edit 24 hrs 3731937 316- Harold 371-1968 3-14413 3770881. 30-75-15

4x8x8 $25/mo 15
533 SW 2nd Ave. 3771771 TYPING Near Butler Plaza Fait Service Counselors: Camp Wayne, Cooed Look Your Best Everyday! $1 25 double space Call 373.8387. children camp Northeastern. Pennsylvania LADIES MAKE MONEYWe Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis. Inc. for
6/22 8/21./ Great opportunity for Info about the PERMANENT removal of
Great typlngl English maj/ret./ court buy & sell good used clothing.
rptr unwanted facial t body hair. 374-4307.
** GATOR MOVING ** personal growthl! Specialty coun..lorane.d.d
? 19 yrs exper legal/medical' Excel Call Second Act. 373-8527. 430.75.15lei
for Tennis Swim Sail 43075.15
: Basketball -
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- ipellfl/proolg/ e From $1.25 Call Jill e
item/Hse Full. Days/Eves Long die. 3779908. 3.30-13-12 Volleyball, Soccer, Gymnastics,
Aerobics, Nature Camping, Guitar, Batik, e .
Llc/lns Harry/Bill 374-4791 4 30-75-11
Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc near Sculpture, Ceramics, Painting, PrintmakIng .

SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons campus Dependable, quality service. Photography, Drama Piano Group
A Reasonable Leaders, General, RN's, Nurses Aid, UMBROMANIAI'E
boarding A woodser facilities A rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
hay rides A parties A sales working 3734464. 32911-12 Bookkeeper, Drivers Other positions On [ THE STYLES MARVEL AT THE PRICESW.tg.te
students campus interviews, Wed. Mar. 28th. Signup
466.3224 3758080.
accepted. ,
Pie Nth 1 Unl.
4 30 75 GATOR TYPING Accurate Low B-1 Reitz Union Call 516-689-3217 for .
-11 I Fast Niit u Outlines llli Health t Fitness
Rates. Quality laser printing Discounts more Information 3-16-5-13 374-S400

avail Days, eves. wknds 3734564. 3-

Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies Word Processing Professional qualityat SCREEN TV PLUS RAISE BIG $$$ I WANT COOKIES WILD HAIR Jt

1 Item House full. Local/Lng dist Lie/Ins student prices Fast, reliable, service IN JUST 10 DAYS!!!
Priced for Studentsl I Marty 375MOVE. 4- Grad school, law school experience 378 Objective: Fundraiser Buy 2 Get 1 Free Everyday Prices x>
K $5 Haircut >*
30.75.11 Commitment: Minimal
7128.$1page Money: Raise Big $$$ ..11< ,II ,," ,III ooki.. II''Hit I II K $20 Perm. *
K $18 HI Lites
Cost: Zero Investment I '''11'011/1\111'' h "
*FREE* accurate, fast, reliable 374-8687 Walk-In. Welcome >*
Graduate school approved, 11 years exp Campus organizations, clubs, (frats, .." 17" II 1..11.. Ch.u.."' '7'.4'71LC. {. Unlv & 131h SI Free Parking 4
Pregnancy Test Mary 3720706. 3142.12 sororities call OCMC ****.******.*******
1 800.932 0528/1 800.950
Gainesville Women -8472, ext. 10

720 NW 23rd Avenue
3775055ABORTION Artlst/lllu.lr.tor.establl.hed T-shirt

(To 24 Wks) 3758967Sell design and production company looking
BIRTH CONTROL Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. for a creative and experienced color DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
B.n.'ltlln.uranc.' 4-30.75-13 separator with a portfolio of multi-colored
4-30.71.1 Gynecology Services Illustrations This Is a full-time career opportunity by Trude Michel Jaffe
CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for ACROSS 8 Merit 42 Nobelist 57 Ell

CALL CJ THE DJ'S' program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis 1 Palindromic title 9 Geronimo was Root 58 Ready forbusiness

pro DJ .service at 375.8483. 3.30-26.11 Performing Arts: Waterfront. Inquire: EARN $ FOR 6 Thought one 47 Pilotless
Mah-Kee.NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave 10 Sort of ship or 10 Like Jane planes 59 "The Terrible"
*NEW TAX SERVICE* Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 16 SPRINGBREAK story Pauley 49 More sizable 60 Musical
Affordable rates IS/FORM Horseneck Road, Montvllle NJ 07045. "
14 Lessen 11 ..sin to 53 Luster Fountain
Free Please call 1-800.778.0520. 4-16 48-13
consultationcall "
15 Hit tell 54 Riviera 61 Racetrack
PAUL, 372-5814, mornings 3.111-14.
11 Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew while you study for your midterms Newdonors 18 Nobelist Wiesel 12 Chain resort circuit
psoriasis medication. 331-5378 4. earn up to $35 rt this week f for 2 17 Henry VIII component 55 Part of a stove 64 Heard from

Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms plasma donations It's safe, easy, and no was one 13 Permit 56 Touched the herd

A 45 acres A ring A jumps A TLC local LOOKING FOR A SUPER 'SPLASH- necessary Stop by Gainesville 18 Genoa coin 21 Skin
call 462-5127 or 4824311. 31612-11 TACULAR' SUMMER JOB? Summer Plasma 238 SW 4th Ave 3789431 3.16- 19 Serge scourge Irritation ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

Waves Waterpark on beautiful Jekyll Island 5.13 20 Mockingly 22 Mimic a .B A II Ll Ll 'S II ro
ONE STOP DENTISTRY Ga has seasonal openings In the
BE ON T.V. needed for 23 Auction ending whirlybird A lill E N A t'ft
following areas: certified lifeguards, food many commercials M R A N
Adult Accepting new pts, emerg service, merchandising, admissions, Now hiring all ages For casting 24 Road 25 Sample record P A III E10 0A R If 1 A S A
cleaning $28, child $18
Info Call ((615)779-7111) Ext. T235. 3. 25 Dental deg. 26 Refuse
((4)Wisd) tee. $325 ((3)Wisd) tee $250, guest maintenance services and, rentals, administration., 13-1.13 28 Take ten 27 Dixie, with S I SIT IE R I N lAW N I E IT
services Internships
((2)Wisd) tee, $200 available, park 31 Levels "The" H A I R S. M I 0 l E
Housing available for
Nitrous Oxide Accept MC, V, AE non-local residents. March interviewsnow SUMMER JOBS In Ft Lauderdale, Day 34 Cupid 29 Tender ASS E R T E R Ie. .

Valid H.T.only Gonsoulin with coupon, DDS, up, 372.9521 to(4)( ) people being scheduled for these fun summer 305 camp 752-ymca staff. All or positions 384-ymca 150-325wk'for Interview 36 Accomplishes 30 Rockies' range JOlT. S E GAIL. E kft O S

331-15 jobslll I Call us for your Spring Break 16-4-13 38 Make laws 32 Part of USNA ALE S. SAG AS. KILLE
Intervew. Don't miss outll!! For completeInfo 40 Delta 33
Play segment R 0 PER. LEMUR l 0 N

Problems In Math? Then call Greg. your, pick college up an application placement office and brochureat or call Counselors needed for Florida Children 43 Path lead-in 35 Depth .. M E E IT. M N 0 E 0
Professional and Reliable Tutoring offered Summer Sleep-away Camp. Also, WSI 44 File or flail 37 Pump orplatform
912-835.2074. Deadline for application B R 0 K E R. PEA ''E. .
Tel 377-7415 Leave .
a message guitar players, etc. Call Jerry 335 OC73! 45 Christmas
3-14-5-11 April 1st.! 316513PR 3-30-9-13 I liT I FIR S T C U SIN I
candy 39 Ash or
aspen A Ie H BOA T. RAT E
Position if you are a mats communications 46 Fragment: Var. 41 Goddesses of
ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERSI! grad or soon to be grsd, sendresume Part time carpentry, painting help 48 A Simon theseasons liE E.OIElll A.L 0 GS
Let special care petsitters take care of to Ocala Jai Alai, PO Box 548, needed Afternoons Apply at Florida 50 One of the IE IR R. .IS IY M S .IS NO R I
while Bonded Ins
your pets you are away.
Book Store
Orange Lake, FL 32681. No Phone Calls between 12:00: and 12:30.: Ask
V Reasonable 486-4635 3-165-11 Please for Paul. 3164-13 Grants 3/13/90/ /
51 Golf goal

TYPING Electrltian helper' needed for 10-week ATTENTION POST 52 Crone 2 3 5 19
r 15 17 18 10 111 112 11
period In G ville area Must have experience 54 Parental 1
12 SERVICESYOU In commercial, Including conduitIn GRADUATESEARN admonition 1 15 t
wire. Call 1-800-330.6704 ask for Bob. TOP $$$ 61 Exist
The Cape Canaveral Think Tank
62 Lowest
WRITE, WE TYPE EARN BIG $$$ PART TIME needs 200 outstanding graduate high
Business A Legal A Personal Reports tide
813-281-8256. 24-hr. message 3.13.5- students In all academic fields 20 21
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. for part-time Think Tank 63 Attention getter,

GVIIIe Handicapped Typing CAMP WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS/ operations The Imaginative and In court
378 7178.
CANTON. MAINE One of Americas fin Innovative Individual should apply 65 King topplers

Typing A reports business A legal At est camps seek staff June 15 through Aug Send transcript, GPA photo, and 66 Magazine for 29 31

resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications 19 for positions in tennis, water skiing short blo wstarts to: the fashionable 39
letters notary *etc Available competitive swimming, sailing windsurfing CCTT P.O. Box 5852, Tltusville, FL 67 Poet's muse
24 hours/7 days/372-2777 fishing and guitar/song leader. Reply 32783 68 Stylographs
to: 130 S. Merkle Rd., Columbus, OH 69 Actress Anna

Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, 43209. ph(814)235( ) .3177, 330813 Rocky Rococo Pizza Now Hiring Counter 70 Freshen
Theses, whatever Grad School P.T. List Persons, Delivery Drivers, and preps for
WCS 917 NW 13th 373-9822. 30-75- Childcare for 2 yr old In NW home 20.25 full & part-time. Apply In person at 136
12 hrs per wk. References required. Leave NW 13th St. 3.13-5.13 DOWN
message 332.2624. 3164-13 1 Wrestler Ir 11

"* MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full CJ'S Waitresses wanted, day ft night surface
& self, service computing. Typing starts & ADVERTISING shifts, 3423 SW Archer 375.2337 apply 2 Adjoin
1.50/pg A Resumes $6 A Self service MAKE-UP ARTISTBe anytime. 3.13.5-13 3 Pedestal part
resumes $2.50/hr A ,15/page Laser a part of the exciting world of newspa 4 Make amends
typeset graphics spell check A theses pars Are you reliable? Dependable? 5 Corporate"marriage'
/ A papers special characters A employment Enjoy a challenge? Have an Interest Inexactly BUSINESS
databases A mailmerge A training, how the pages of the newspaper
WordPerfect specialist VisaMCj / are 'made.up?* Come to the Independent 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 6 of Man
Florida Alligator and fill out an application. 7 Half of MCIV

Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable Must be avail for training Immediately terminals ft pc's. buy, sell,
service. Reasonable rates. Laser Hrs. Mon.-Frl. 6-10 pm. Must be trade, rent t repair. Great prices, 1990 Let Aittks Times Syndicate! 31390M / /

printer. 377.8175 III( 00pm.: 3-16-35-12 avail summer & fall No phone calls QUALITY. CDCS 81. W Univ. 338-0378.
please EOE. 30-75-14


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STUDENTS GET CASH STATEOFTHEARTBANG you pay over $20 for any aerobic Item $ USED CD'S $ NEED CASH? Call the cash HOTLINE
For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy't BANG you are paying too much period. Come & 371GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHING! 3-26-
with E Z Tennis. 50 off We buy & sell, call 37-SPIKE, Spike 5-18
3721226. 211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to THE REV: A good place to dance. Coming save %" on aerobic _
Central City. 430751SSAVEONRAYBANS March 9th. 31310.15 gear. 3-16-5-15 Record 3-16-12-15
TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver diamond

THE AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE Remember at E Z Tennis we don't match SFCC and UF Student New 8-wked. group ate. New or used or broken. Bait Jewelry'
TO price we beat them. B 4 U buy shoes- for students of alcoholic parentage. Leave & Loan, 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371.4367.3-28-
University Opticians DIETI Lose 7-16 pounds in
rackets-strings. Check us out for saving message for Marilyn 372-6817. 3-28-10- 5-18
300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 6wk*. The Amazing Micro Diet For Free
3722257. 3-16-5-15 15
4-30-66-15 Sample Call Dr. Hill 004-438-2903. 3-
14-10-15 SKYDIVE 17 NOTICESHit
Reitz Union Barber Shop-ground floor.Appointments BIKINI SALEon Skydive with the Willlston Skydivers 338-

for busy students. Walk-In all wo. bikinis! Gotcha Raisins, Ca. 7970. 4515.15 and Run Mar 2, around midnight
welcome. 10 expert stylists 3921610. 3- CANCUNSome Praline & mor*. Get 'em while they'r hot Newberiy Rd. near Royal Park Theatre
14-20-1S at Lloyd Clarke Sport 1504 NW 13 St. VOTE TODAY FOR MICHAEL MURPHYI' motorcycle was atruck by older model
space still left 3-16-5-15 Student Candidate for City Commission white car. Anyone w/ Info about the car
B 4 U buy anything for tennis, racquatball GREAT ESCAPE TRAVEL District It' pd. pol Adv. 3-11-1-15 that fled, please call 376-3378. 3-14-3-
squash or badminton, check out EZ Ten
331-2800 17
friend about
nis. Ask your our prices, 3-14-10-15
and service 34 St Plaza. 3-16-15- this ad ft receive 20%" off any Umbro 16 CONNECTIONSGAY VOTE TODAY for Student Representation -
quality Unstoppable! L.A. Gear, free Gil Soccer shorts. We have a great selection on Oalneavllla City Commie-
Janklowicz video & watch wrist bands w/ Including Neons) Lloyd Clarke Sports elon-Vote for Michael Murphy) pd. pol.
EZ Tennis know stringing! Nylon $8+;syn aerobic shoe purchase $2.99 flame B-ball 1504 NW 13 St. 372-7836 (expire 4-10- SWITCHBOARD Adv. 313117.
gut $12+. If they go low, EZ Tennis will go wmen's shoe purchase. Lowest prices! 90)). 3-16-5-15 332-0700, 24 Hrs. 'Info/Referral.
lower 372-2257. 3-16-6-15 Active Sportlf,Tower Plaza. 3320725. 3- 4-30-75-16
14-3.15 Free stringing racquet purchase at Active 18 RIDES
Sportlf. Head & Wimbledon dealer, EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease L
?:???????????????? ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????? tennis, racquets, clothing, accessories, treatment. 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 OIW 5 ol
: etc. Coming Soon: Wilson & Pro-Kennex. optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 3761288. yn
:. Fri'l/Sun bus
... wkly trip Pen ok pkg
f It has no calories.It Tower Plaza 3320725. 314315Fun 3-30-17-16_ trantported. QMS tram 336.7026 ((305))
268. 7AA 4-3-J-75-18:/
Wear Wallaby Jack, Island Boyz Island Student Loan & Financial Aid NO crtc
f It has no cholesterol.It Gecko Maul Starbus & morel See Ya refused' with good collateral. EZ terms .
I Need A Ride To St. Louis MO or any
at Active Sportlf 332-0725. 3-14-3-15 Best Jewelry & Loan 371GEMS. 3-26-5-
nearby area lor spring breakl I Call Brand!
; has no sugar. Experience Life In the Fast Lane at 395-8579. 3158.18

Savant Grand Prix 1990 STATE-OF-THE-ART-
x: It has no fat. : BANG-BANG 20 LOST & FOUND
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laughing; ; his way into the record books

sprinter into the fastest collegiate half.
miler ever.
Staff f Writer
Alligator "I know what it takes to make it, to
Just moments before the start of the be No. 1," he said. "A lot of guys can't
1990 Southeastern Conference indoor put the pain, the effort, it takes to be
800-meter() final,UF senior Mark Everettwas No. 1. It's the extra running after pray
giggling. tice, the hard workouts, that put you In
That a runner from Kentucky was position to be No. 1."
going to run the race barefooted Everett,who put himself into positionto
amused Everett, something that hap- be crowned the country's top half-
pens quite often. miler by winning the 800 at the 1990
"Here we are, right before the half NCAA Indoor Championships last
(mile) final, and the guy has no shoes weekend, burst onto the national scene
Everett says, still shaking his head in after his sophomore year, running the
amusement weeks later. "I was just second-fastest 800-meter time at the
cracking up. Things like that make me Olympic Trials to land a spot on the
laugh." team. And Everett is looking ahead to
Less than two minutes later, Everettwas Barcelona and the 1992 Olympic
the fastest American collegian ever Games."If .
to run the 800 meters, obliterating the everything goes as planned, I planto
old mark by nearly a second, an un- be there (On Barcelona)," he said.
heard of margin for such a short dis- Everett's on-the-track goals are
tance. matched by those off the track, wherehe
Things like that make Everett smile. expects to earn a degree in sports
Everett, a four-time All-American, administration.
covered the distance in 1 minute, 46.28 "I. can't put all my goals in a bottle,"
seconds, beating Earl Jones' 1985 markof he said. 'There's so much I plan to do.
1:47.26: by nearly a second. I'd love to work for the Olympic Com-
"I. didn't know how fast it was while I mittee in Indianapolis, get involved in
was running," Everett said after the real estate, own a travel agency and
race. "I imagined it was pretty quick, travel the country to make speeches.
because everybody's eyes were big at There's so much to do."
the finish." And in typical Everett fashion, who,
Everett has been opening eyes since by the way, "reads everything I can get
his freshman year, when he arrived as my hands on, from novels to comic
more of a sprinter than a half-miler. books" and is the proud owner of an
After running just a few half-miles- as a impressive comic book collection, he
prep at Milton High in the Florida Pan- puts all the records and goals in the
handle town of Bagdad, Everett was perspective of an easily amused college
inserted by UF coach John Webb into student which is exactly what he is.
the 800-meter run at the Tampa In- "What I get the biggest kick out of is
vitational. when people yell to me from the stands,
Everett turned in a 1:47: the year's like they expect me to stop and wave,"
fastest half-mile clocking by a collegian, he said, grinning.
and has been churning out victoriesever "Can you imagine'Emmitt Smith run-
since. ning down the sideline and just stoppingat
Pointing to Barcelona, Spain, site of the student section to say, 'Hey,
I UP senior Mark Everett, a four-time All-American, holds the U.S. college-record ALLIGATOR time in PHOTO the the 1992 Summer Olympic Games, Ev- how're you doing?'.
800-meter run with 1 minute, 46.28 seconds. erett espouses the kind of philosophythat Everett just shakes his head and
has turned the former high school laughs some more.

Women's tennis team UF baseball team seeking


shuts down Ole Miss recovery.. against! Dobbins

By GUERRY SMITH of my matches," Farley said. "It really The UF baseball team, coming off a disas- point. The Shockers ((10-1)) suffered their first
t Alligator Writer did come into my mind that.I wanted to trous series against Florida State this past loss last week to Nebraska.
win 24 games in a row today." weekend, seeks to recover tonight with a game Miami ((19-3)), was ranked third, followed by
After UFs loss to Georgia last month, N against Jacksonville at Perry Field undefeated Oklahoma State ((11-0)) and Georgia
women's tennis coach Andy Brandi! told The Gators, 8-11 after losing four games to Tech, 18-1 with a 15-game winning streak.
his team they needed to reestablishtheir Men's team wins. The 15th-ranked the Seminoles in a home-and-away series, face Oklahoma No. 1 In hoops poll
dominance in the Southeastern UF men's team tuned up for the Dolphins ((13-4)) at 7 p.m. NEW YORK Oklahoma, boasting a 26-4
Conference and make teams fear them match No.4 Miami record and Re-
Wednesday's against the top seed in the Midwest
again.If by beating internationally flavored gional of the NCAA Tournament, was named
Mississippi ((5-2)), UFs second SEC Southern Illinois 6-3 at the Varsity AROUND Monday champion of the 1989-90 basketball
victim in as many days, was not intimidated Courts. season by United Press International's Boardof
before Monday they certainly will
.. Coaches
( The Salukis ((4-10)) have two players poll.
be if the two teams play again in the SEC
from Brazil and one each from Sweden The Sooners received 34 votes for first place,
Tournament.The and France to join their three players Jacksonville, winner of nine of its last 10 followed by Nevada-Las Vegas, Connecticut,
third-ranked Lady Gators ((12-2, from Illinois. games, will be led on the mound by right Michigan State and Kansas.
2-1 in the SEC) lost a total of nine gamesin hander Jody Treadwell ((4-0)). Gators coach Joe Rounding out the Top 10: Syracuse, Georgia
The Gators did not win easily,though. Arnold has not announced
six singles matches as they cruised a starter. Tech, Arkansas, Georgetown and Purdue.
cto a 9-0 victory at the Varsity Courts. Tom match-points Finnegan at No.squandered 4 singles before seven FSU tops In baseball poll The bottom half of the Top 20 includes

Andrea Farley was perfect, winningall winning 7-5 in the third set. TUCSON,Ariz.-Florida State,which swept Missouri, last year's champion Arizona, La
24 games in her singles and doubles four games from the Gators this past weekend, Salle, Duke, Michigan, Louisville, Clemson,
matches.After Farley whitewashed Nina UFs No. 2 and No. 3 doubles teams took over the No. 1 spot in the Collegiate Illinois, Alabama and New Mexico State.
Topper at No. 1 singles, she and partner clinched the match, giving it an insurmountable B ia///ESPN/ college baseball rankings released Compiled from Alligator staff and win reports.
Nicole Polasek rallied from a 40-0 deficitin 5-2 lead. Monday.UF .

the final game of their doubles match Coach Ian Duvenhage's decision to previously ranked 27th, dropped from m correction
Jo preserve her streak. move David Blair from No.1 singles the poll UF junior Pam Titus performed on the bal-
Before the game,at the change-over, down to No. 2 did not help the struggling The Seminoles 21-2 after winning their last ance beam in a photograph on this page Mon-
I said to Nicole can win 6-0, 6-0 in both freshman, as he lost in three sets. 13 games, displaced Wichita State by a single day.

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