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Chestnut wins;. McEachern,. Mcl

BLAKE FONTENAY vote." over. He said that on the problems he sees with the city's
Alligator Writer About 15 percentof ELECTION RESULTSCITY he was thinking pensidn plan,endorsed McKnew in the Dis-
the precinct's about running for trict 3 runoff.In .
For the second time in three years,realtor registered voters COMMISSION DISTRICT 2 an at-large seat on the District 3 race, McKnew was trail-
Tom McKnew will participate in a run-off turned out for the Cynthia Moor Chestnut 3,776 62.9 the City Commis- ing McEachern as the first returns were
election against a former city commissionerwho's election, a statistic sion next year, and announced outside the Alachua County Ad-
trying to get his old job back. that Murphy and Bill Howard 2,222 37.0% that he wanted to ministration Building. But McKnew's spirits

McKnew will face' W.E. "Mac" McE poll workers con- CITY COMMISSION DISTRICT 3 talk to UF Student soared when the returns for Precinct 40, his
achern, a retired telephone technician, in a sidered to be good.In Tom McKnew 1,318 '34.5% Body President Michael neighborhood, came in, putting him aheadof
run-off March 27.The two men were the top comparison, Browne McEachern.
vote-getters in an election for the District 3 32 percent of the W.E."Mac" McEachern* 1,242 32.5% sometime after They call that McKnew-ville," McKnew
City Commission seat Tuesday. county's 72,481 reg- Craig R. Hedgecock 777 20.4% spring break about said. "That's nice. God bless Suburban
McKnew collected 1,318 votes, 34.5 percent istered voters Michael Murphy 481 12.6% organizing student Heights."
of the total, and McEachern collected turned out to vote in support.In McKnew cheerfully told nearby supporters -
1,242 votes, 32.5 percent of the total. Tuesday's elec Should Alachua County adopt a 1%sales the race for the that his neighbors' contribution wouldbe
UF junior Michael Murphy gathered 481 tions."I tax? District 2 commis- difficult to repay.
votes, or 12.6 percent, to finish last in the did over 10 per No 12,412 54.8% sion seat, Mayor- "I'm going to be cutting every lawn in
field of four candidates. cent," Murphy said. Yes 10,245 45.2% CommissionerCynthia Suburban Heights all summer," he said.
McKnew, a former planning board mem- "A lot of people Should the county school board Issue Chestnut
ber, is hoping that the second time will be thought that 10 per $100 million worth of building bonds? easily defeated William
the charm for him. cent was all I'd do." Yes 11,921 52.6% Howard, a re-
In 1988, he lost to Courtland Collier in a But Murphy had tired UF finance
No 10,754 47.4%
run-off for an at-large seat on the Commis- little support elsewhere professor.
There will be runoff election between these
sion. Collier already had served on the finishing no Chestnut earned
candidates on March 27.
Commission for 12 years before that run-off. higher than second 63 percent of the
Like Collier, McEachern is no strangerto in any of the total vote in the dis-
the Commission, having served there district's five off-campus precincts in south- trict, which includes northern Gainesvillewest
from 1981 until 1987. Gainesville. and the Student Ghetto.
a
McKnew figures that voters who
supported
Craig Hedgecock, the third place Murphy's political career may be far from Howard,who focused his campaign solely

finisher in Tuesday's election, will keep
history from repeating itself. 44A
"The difference (this year) Is that I think
Craig's people will vote for me," McKnew
said."Run-offs are just an exercise in getting
your people to come back and vote again."
McEachern said that his campaign strategy
would not change much during the
runoff."I .
guess it'll be more of the same," McE
achern said.McEachern.
also said he would spend the
next two weeks courting Murphy's and 4R'
Hedgecock's supporters.
Murphy tried to remain positive despitethe a
defeat. He praised fellow students for ..
supporting him, particularly at the Reitz
Union precinct.
At the Rpitz Union, where students who
live on campus vote, Murphy dominated his d
three opponents. He was the voter's choiceon REGGIE GRANT -ALLIGATOR
215 of the precinct's 250 ballots. Above Mayor-Commissioner Cynthia Chestnut is Interviewed on the Alachua County
"I'm happy with the turnout at the Reitz Administration breezeway after being re-elected. Her son, Christopher, waits In the
Union," Murphy said. "Hopefully, this will background. Right UF junior Michael Murphy casts his vote at the Reitz Union
E. ANN STODDARD ALLIGATOR
encourage more students to register Tuesday. .


I Voters say 'no' to tax increase, 'yes' to school bond I


JOHN F. BERRY sales tax. Superintendent Doug Magannsaid Jerry Hines, the chairman of the Gaines The people don't want a Taj Mahal for a
By Writer the school board has no alternative but ville Chamber of Commerce, said the last- jail," she said.
Alligator to lobby to raise property taxes. minute negative publicity had no effect on
Alachua County voters, in a heavier than December McSherry, a leading opponentof the campaign,but said the Vote No Citizens In the six districts Irby identified as stu
expected turnout, rejected the 1-cent local- the bond said the school _____ Committee "dealt from emotion dent-dominated, those registered turnedout
option sales tax but approved a$100-million board is guilty of using"a black and mistrust. 21 percent of the time,versus 32 percent
school bond Tuesday. mail tactic. Because the tax increase failed, countywide. In the Reitz Union district -
Consumers now will keep their pennies "The bond was approved be- the county likely will cut future made up entirely of UF students 15
.and Alachua County is out the estimated cause the school board went programs to pay for a new jail, percent of the registered voters turned out.

$254 million it would have generated from around and informed parents j 'county spokesman Steve Russell The force of money dees not always win
the sales tax increase.But they weren't going to get a tax said last week.Commissioner. an election. Based on contributions through
the Alachua County School Board has increase if the bond was ap- Penny Wheat, Friday, the One Cent Makes Sense Citizens
money to repair, remodel and renovate proved McSherry said. MARCH IT the only county commissionerwho Committee collected $18,585, while the
schools in the county.Using the$100 million On Monday, three opponents opposed the tax increase Vote No Citizens Committee collected$557.
bond, the board will build five new schools of the sales t tax and bond filed f sworn comsaid the county must look to the private
north and west of Gainesville.The plaints accusing the school board of violating sector to build the jail more efficiently. She But it took 4 cents per vote by the Vote
school board lost the $63 million it nine Florida campaign and financing said the $40 million price tag for a 40-bed No group to defeat the sales tax, while
have gained from the passage of the statutes. jail is too high. Makes Sense paid $1.81 per vote.
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Gator Dining Service Brings Fine Dining to Campus

: University Af- about HUGS (Heterosexuals Under Augustine Student Center. Call 392-
Come and enjoy !he culinary sensation of Executive! Chef Steven Bikai winner of
firmative Action will present a standing Gays) tonight at 7:30: for 2198. 21 Culinary Arts Awards as he prepare for you I magnificent four course
teleconference today at noon in both homosexuals and non- VISA: Volunteers for International GOURMET DINNER From appetizer to dessert. H is a culinary experience
Reitz Union Room 235. Call 392- homosexuals. Call the switchboard, Student Affairs will meet tonightat winch will satisfy both !the epicurean as well as the novice gourmet.APPETIZERS .
6004. 332-0700. 6 in the Reitz Union to discuss the
GRIP: The Group for Responsible Find that look:The pre-law fraternity talent show and Miss VISA pageant
Interaction with the Planet will meet will hold a program on dressingfor The room number will be posted in j Aspar.Lobster ravioli smoked with salmon seafood tlmblt and with ginger pistachio MUM. cou1 ..
today at 5 at the Reitz Union Colon- success and interviewing tonightat the elevator. Call 375-2751. SOUPS
nade to discuss oil action. Call Rus- 7:30: in Reitz Union Room 361. Call Surf: The Gator Surf Club will Onion and lentil bean "Cratine
sell Bucher 376-7961. 376-1421. hold a "Port Royal Open Party" Essence of truffle consomme

TRAC: The Transfer Activities Amnesty: UF anthropology tonight at 8 at the Orange& Brew to 5AIA03 Heart of palm salad with bibb lettuce and watercress
Council will meet at 7 p.m. in Reitz professor Paul Doughty will discuss benefit the Kidney Foundation. Hot shiitake mushroom salad with Belgian endive t
Union Room 334. Call 3761757. Latin American issues with the Prizes include a surfboard and a ENTREES. .
GLSU: The Gay and Lesbian Stu- Gainesville chapter of Amnesty In- sculpture piece. All students wel Poached breast of chicken and hazelnut Florentine butter with sauce wild mushroom

dent Union is holding a discussion ternational tonight at 7:30: in the St. come. Call Lurch 373-SURF. Pork acalloplnl portwlne with a ginger and orange cream
Star anise beef with leeks and chili sauce
Broiled salmon steak- Burri Wane with bleu cheese:" and julienne vegetables
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3ananat foster with raisins and orange
Conference Assistant Seniors and handicapped individuals public about the North Central We
Com truly rIM dining experience accept
join vas for a
needed to assist at registrationtables especially needed. Florida AIDS network and assist in Thursday Mar. 15 from 6 to 8 pm Cator dub
for national conference. Will Buddy needed to provide com- recruiting volunteers. toPublic ARREDONDO ROOM Visa
assist the conference director and be panionship and assistance to per Outpatient Clinic Volunteers to :! 4th floor I J. Wayne Reitz Union MasterCard
responsible for distributing sons with AIDS or those who are help in high-patient contact areas For Reservations Call: 392.1046 ,
material. Dates: March 29, noon to 5 HIV positive. Flexible schedule. and patient waiting areas that pro- Feel free to bring your favorite wine to compliment your dining experienceOpen .
p.m.; March 30, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Science Librarian with computer vide special services. Also needed to .. .
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Parking Enforcer needed to en- journals in an agency dealing with center. Choose a shift one
force city handicapped and fire lane fish and fish research programs. day a week.
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Task force to compile findings, submit proposalsBy


GEOFF BOUCHER eventually reach the desk of UF an April 15 deadline to turn in its spent the last five weekly meetings steam last week when Lombardi
Alligator Staff Writer President John Lombardi.! recommendations. The group was interviewing campus officials suchas supported it,offered to teach it and
Task force member Dovie Gam- created after black student organi- Lombardi!, UF police Chief Ev- suggested basing the class in a

After a nine-week crash coursein ble, a recreation professor, said zations complained about campus erett Stevens and administratorsfrom strong historical context.
campus minority problems, this is the group's opportunity to hostility and the treatment they Student Affairs,Academic Af- Gardner
members of the Quality of Life get UF to make some changes, receive from UF police.Task force fairs and Administrative Affairs. Task force member Betsy -
a history junior, said the
Task Force decided Tuesday it was changes that won't come about Co-Chairman Gerardo Gonzalez The 10 members attending
needs to remember its
time to take their new knowledgeand without a catalyst. said the group is in a position to Tuesday afternoon's meeting reviewed group pur-
when it sits down to draft its
pose
apply it to a homework assignment There is no pie in the sky and make a real impact on those issues. testimony from previous suggestions.

there is no one looking down and This is the best opportunity I've weeks, and reiterated the need to
'" ever seen at this institution to increase campus minority role
saying 'Here take this Gamble
,
Each task force member will "Sometimes we get sidetrackedwith
difference Gonzalez models and UF's
make some improve minority
said. "Blacks don't have anything
take home of and facilities said
piles paperwork and policies ,
said. To change what has been recruitment.
because looked down
the impressions collected from someone Gardner, the Panhellenic Council
hours of interviews and and said'Oh,you have a need,'and standard practice and what has the discussed vice "We're here to
piece together been the status quo. I think our Again, most proposal president. pro-
a handful of proposals. gave it to us. We fought for these recommendations will was the creation of a class to mote the quality of life of students,
Those collected recommendations things and we died for them." weight" carry some educate students about communi- and I'm going to make sure we're

aimed at improving life for The task force, which has had cation and behavior between dif- doing that. And I hope everyone
black and Hispanic students, will nine weekly meetings, was given The 19-member task force has ferent cultures. The idea gained tries to keep our purpose in mind."


Committee chooses to keep


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current evaluation policyBy


CHRISTY HARRIS professor, said his college gives students' com
ments to department chairs and holds"debriefing
Alligator Staff Writer
sessions" to learn how effective the classes are.
Students' written comments on faculty evaluations During the sessions, course supervisors ask stu-
will continue to be for that professor's eyes dents if the classes were useful and clear and if
l I I only, unless college representatives ask the Uni- tests were relevant to the material.
versity Senate to change the 18-year-old policy. The (medicine college) faculty council and
UF policy,set in 1972,states only the evaluated the dean's office feel student comments are useful
professors can read the handwritten portion of information in guiding faculty development,"
the form unless they Noyes said.

choose to release it. "The (medicine college) fac- But.Noyes also said
Faculty Evaluation the comments mightnot
Committee members ulty council and the dean's office be as helpful to
decided Monday to larger colleges that can
send a reminder to col- feel student comments are get more statisticallyvalid

leges dentiality., stressing confi- useful information in guiding Other numerical committee ratings.

Despite the policy, faculty development. members said the pol-
the colleges of Busi- icy works best as it is.
ness Administration, Ward Noyes Students need infor-
'4 da
G y Law, Medicine and Faculty Evaluation Committee mation about classes
I Veterinary Medicine member and teachers, and professors
b +P X46, show these commentsto should use the
A n ; department chairs. comments to improve

74 Catherine Longstreth, Academic Affairs associate their classes, said advertising professor John
vice president, said the colleges don't have Sutherland. But it would be difficult to separatethat
the authority to release comments to anyone from the evaluations' other purpose de-
other than the evaluated professor even thoughthe ciding if faculty members deserve tenure or pro-
04 guidelines also say colleges can determine motion.

their own procedures. Sutherland said about 75 percent of the jour-
"Just because something is policy doesn't al- nalism and Communications faculty he polled
ways mean it's followed," Longstreth said. preferred no policy change. He said college ad-

Louis Archbald, committee member and veter- ministrators were split over the issue.

inary medicine professor, said he didn't know
Committee chairman Arthur King dentistry
about the policy, and that his college lets depart- a
professor, said it's time to review policy. He said
ment chairs read students'comments about professors
he would ask UF President John Lombardi his
to improve teaching.
opinion about evaluation comments, and called
"Who better can help the faculty member improve another meeting for April 6.
than the department chair?" Archbald

: S asked. "Use of students'comments has not been a hot
Committee member Ward Noyes, a medicine issue," King said. "But it could be."


Exhibit protester avoids jail I


ern Hemisphere,is racist because it doesn't show
By DUANE MARSTELLER
Spanish mistreatment of American Indians."I .
6 fy Alligator Staff Writer
was a little surprised (about not getting
Michelle Diamond, the first UF student ar- sentenced)," Diamond said. "I didn't expect
rested during December's "First Encounters" (Elwell) to be a nice guy."

r Yak protest, will not have an arrest record or serve UF police arrested Diamond Dec. 11 and
additional time in jail for two criminal charges, a charged her with trespassing and resisting arrest
county judge ruled Tuesday. without violence after she climbed aboard the

County Judge Tom Elwell withheld guilt and exhibit. She also was charged with violating four

did not impose any .sentence on Diamond, 19, for rules of UPs Student Conduct 'Code and was
climbing aboard replica of Christopher placed on one year's conduct probation.Paul .

Columbus' ship "Nina" last December to protestthe Finkelstein, another UF student arrested
Feeling gravity's pull SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR Florida Museum of Natural History's "FirstEncounters" during the protests, is scheduled to go to jury

UFtrack team member Mike Holloway, a senior, practices pole exhibit trial April 23 on charges of trespassing and dis-
I at Percy Beard Track Tuesday afternoon. Diamond and other protesters said the exhibit, obeying a police officer. The American Civil
vaulting which depicts Columbus' voyage into the West. Liberties Union is providing legal help in his case.


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The Lithuanian parliament convened in Vilnius to Gorbachev opened the session Tuesday by declaring,
address the presence of Soviet army troops on its "We conduct talks with foreign states."
territory. The session came two days after the Gorbachev reacted negatively to the documents he Specialize In
nationalist-dominated legislature declared the said he had just received from Vilnius on the
republic independent of the Soviet Union and chosea Lithuanian declaration of independence."From swlmwcar and
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Mozambique Tuesday,and the African leader said his Mozambicans to flee Bush said, "We urge all partiesto
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free market policies. cut out direct assistance to Renamo, officials said.
After talks at. a luncheon at the White House,Bush Bush said that the African leader's visit has enhanced
told the departing leader: "I look forward to workingwith the ties between Mozambique and the United
you toward peace and democracy in Mozambique. States and praised Chissano for bringing about
I'm glad you came to the White House. democratic reforms. MOM USED 1t) SAY
In his farewell statement, Bush said, "We pledgeour Bush said that in their talks they had reviewed %NEAT EVeWWlNG. ON Vt>UR PLATe"' )
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political needs." plored political trends.
He did not mention an amount of additional aid to He praised Chissano for opening up the economicand
Mozambique, which has been allotted $100 million in political process,adding that"as we learned about
the current year, the same amount as last year. the world, democracy and development are related."



I Woman sworn in as Haitian president I 'ri

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POR r AU-PRINCE, Haiti (UPI) In a ceremonyat Abraham then saluted the new president, removedhis
the ornate national palace from which dictators have military cap, stepped forward and shook her hand.
long ruled Haiti, Supreme Court Justice Ertha Trouil- She pledged, "with the loyal help of the army," to -mlVOW'ALLYOU
lot was sworn in Tuesday as interim president,ending work "most rapidly to hold elections for the definitive
nearly four years of chaotic military rule. government that the people will chose in liberty.
"The army will stay in its barracks and will remainto She called Tuesday's installation of a civilian govern
serve the task of guaranteeing the security and ment "the first step to save a Haiti that has been iI
well-being of all citizens," said Army Chief of Staff humiliated, pillaged and pushed to the limit. iI
Herard Abraham. She becomes the second civilian to take over the iI
"Madame president of Haiti, the Army is at your government since the collapse of the three-decade
command,"said Abraham to the applause of about 400 dictatorship of the Duvalier family in February 1986. I
people at the palace ceremony. The crowd included Leslie Manigat served less than five months in 1988
prominent Haitian businessmen and politicians, before he was overthrown by Lt. Gen. Henri Namphywho !
military officers, foreign diplomats and Haitian and had ruled following Jean-Claude Duvalier's departure
foreign journalists. for French exile in 1986.
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Mayor Marion Barry, Barry returned from the Fenwick Hall substance YOU CAN EAT> PLUS WENCH TOW,
returning from seven weeks of substance abuse treat abuse center near Charleston, S.C., after undergoing COLE JAW AND GARU& BREAD
ment, said Tuesday he will not resign from office and treatment there since Feb. 22. He entered Fenwick FoR ONE LOW PRICE. OUT
will put his cocaine and perjury trial in the hands of Hall after 31 days of treatment at the HanleyHazeldenCenter CLEAN vow PLATE AND A'SK FoR q99
"God, my attorney" and a judge and jury. in West Palm Beach. MoReI1Ot A*>ULl> BE PROUD
Barry used most of a 30-minute speech to discuss Barry was arrested Jan. 18 in a downtown
his alcoholism and revealed for the first time he also Washington hotel, reportedly after smoking crack
was addicted to the drugs Valium and Xanax, both cocaine. He was later indicted on the further charges,
,,anti-stress medications. but says his problem involves alcohol, not cocaine.He .
Barry said he will attend"one or two"public 12-step said there was "never a question in my mind"
treatment programs, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, about resigning. REAL PIT ,BAR-B-Q

each day. He never mentioned cocaine. Under city law,Barry would be barred from holding Serving lunch and dinner 11 a.m. 9:30 p.m. (Sun.-Thur)
Barry's spokeswoman, Lurma Rackley, later said office only if jailed after conviction on a felony.If and 11 a.m. -10 p.m.. (Fri. & Sat.)
City Administrator Carol Thompson will continue to convicted of all charges,Barry could face 20 yearsin
handle most of the city's day-to-day operations. prison and$1.25 million in fines.An ongoing federal 2700 N. Waldo Road e 3635 S.W. Archer Road
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cocaine and perjury charges, Barry said he will spend tions Barry may have given city contracts to friends
of his time dealing with personal issues. who provided him with drugs.
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WEDNESDAY MARCH 14.1990.ALLIGATOR. 5


Results of cheating survey Victim's legs set aflame




may be delayed until fall with alcohol; 2 arrested


By MIKE BRUSCELL At about 1:30: a.m., Daniels and

By DUANE MARSTELLER The surveys were the brainchild of past Honor Alligator Staff Writer James entered the victim's room,
Alligator Staff Writer Court Chancellor Cris Martinez, who said she got poured the rubbing alcohol on his
idea An 18-year-old Gainesville man legs while he slept and set him on
the after seeing several cheating cases come
burned from the knees down
Results from a cheating survey that were was
supposed before the Honor Court last that fire, according to police. Job Corps
to be released in January,then delayed until spring. During Monday morning by two other resi- workers heard him screaming and
this month, now probably won't be available until entire semester trial, eight cheating cases went through the dents at a job training center,Gainesville put the fire out Staff member Daniel

the fall semester, a UF administrator said last process. police said. Heskett,46, received second-degree
week. Ronnie Barss, who lives at the Job
Martinez said there are only 15 to 20 people burns trying to help Barss, Darnell
The results of two conductedby Center Northeast Waldo
cheating surveys Corps on said.
who are actively compiling the results, which
the Student Honor Court and Student Judicial Road, received burns across his
Involves taking written answers to 76 different
I Affairs last semester originally were scheduled to lower legs after two other live-in Witnesses saw the two suspects
questions and coding them onto computer sheetsto
be released in January, but delays in getting responses be analyzed. Honor Court has received trainees set him on fire with rubbing leave Barss' room local Job Corps
t from students pushed that back to March, more alcohol, Gainesville police spokeswoman director Dorothy Maucy said. She
I than 3,300 to the and it takesa
r Judicial Affairs Dean Irene Stevens said in January. responses surveys Lt Sadie Darnell said. said she was aware of a conflict be-
while to compile all of them, she said.
Now, the results won't be ready until at least the The incident apparently stemmed tween Barss and one of the two sus-

I end of April, and maybe not until the beginning of "And I know how long it takes, because I've from a drug-related dispute,"Darnell pects, but would not comment
. the fall semester, she said last week. been working on it too," she said. said. No other information about the further. Barss returned to the center
I The surveys were handed out to general education motive was available. later Monday morning.Job .

I classes last October and December to measure Martinez, who was succeeded by Bob Lloyd Barss,who was taking part in a job Corps is a vocational training
I students' attitudes about cheating and their when her term expired last month, said she hopedto training program at the center, was program for 16-to 21-year-olds,
I past experiences with cheating. But Stevens said have the results ready by April 4, when the treated and released from Alachua Maucy said. Of the 348 students in
I results aren't ready because of the Feb. 14 Student Council of Academic Deans holds its monthly General Hospital Monday, Darnell the program, 304 live at the center
I Government election, during which a new Chan- meeting. She said she wants to submit the resultsto said. Eric Daniels, 19, and Anthony and must abide by house rules, suchas
: cellor and several associate justices were electedto the council to inform them if cheating is wide- James, 17, were arrested and an 11 p.m. curfew. Matches and
the Honor Court. charged with attempted murder.
spread on campus. lighters are allowed on the property
The problem is, we're depending on studentsto Daniels also was charged with hitting because some students smoke, but
convert the answers into the computer and there Stevens agreed. police officers, she said. the rule is being reconsidered after
was a changing of the staff because of the elec- Daniels was taken to the Alachua the incident, she said.
tions," Stevens said. "I'm hoping we will have The ultimate goal is to see if there's a problemat County jail and is being held on
something out by the end of April, but I'm not the University of Florida, and, if there is a $10,000 bail, a jail spokeswomansaid. "I'm not sure there's anything we
optimistic about that.We may not get anything out problem, what steps we can take to alleviate it," .James was taken to the Alachua could have done to have prevented
until next semester." Stevens said. County Juvenile Detention Center. it, but we're looking," Maucy said.





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EOOineniJ5ion) :

is often said that when the U.S. Constitution was iliTbdJvit1 ] cceFxh
being written, some of the greatest minds on the planetat
that time had joined forces. There were inventors, attor-

neys, farmers, business owners and dozens of others, all
of whom simply wanted a better society.As .

great as these people were, however, their collective
knowledge certainly couldn't compare with a similar

group of people today. Despite this, that small ,group of
people put together what may be the best document in
world history.

Now imagine this: What if some of the greatest scien-

tists, writers, biologists, attorneys, doctors and others j"
Ex yavst
were to congregate? What sorts of great documents could old
they write? What sorts of ideas could they bring forth? f ?

These are some of the questions facing UF President
John Lombardi.!

UF is the nation's 10th largest university and most .

agree it is one of the top 25 in terms of quality. And the
latest polls show that UF could soon be considered one

of the 10 best universities in the nation. LETTERS TO, THE EDITOR ,

Theoretically, that means at any time, UF has one of
nings Lobby, Graham Lobby, and forgotten is whether used
you a
the greatest collections of minds in the world in its faculty. Condom machines the Reitz Union ground floor, first condom.By .

Yet they are almost never heard from. UF even has a offer floor and Orange & Brew. Also, now,I hope every student on
faculty senate, but it is virtually powerless and also too anonymityEditor restrooms with the following room campus realizes that the use of oral
often silent. : While I will continue to designations at J. Hillis Miller contraceptives is no protectionfrom
Heath Center: Dl-7, Nl-3, Nl-5,
admire The Alligator for its effortsto STDs.
Now is the time for Lombardi to act. He has a chanceto C2-6AG-120andAG-122.
ferret out news items which will OK, this will sound corny, but
harness a never-ending source of power and ideas that be of interest to UF students, I will I was also quoted as saying thatI I've got to say it. Sex is a big deal.It .
can do nothing but benefit this university.For also continue to be chagrined I hoped the machines would not be can be wonderful and it can be
example, it is no secret that UF has massive park- whenever I have first-hand removed from the walls as awful. Be patient, be informed,
knowledge about a subject you souvenirs.That was an unfortunate choose and be of
ing problems. Why not use architecture and urban plan- wisely protective
cover and then see how differentlyit partial quote because I also said yourself and others.
ning professors to work on a solution? It's exciting just to appears in print. Please let me that I hoped students at UF would
Joanne Auth
think about the possibilities those minds could arrive at. clarify some issues regarding the honor the spirit in which the con Student Health Service
Just imagine.Or installation of condom machines on dom machines were approved and
what about UF's goal to become one of the 10 best campus.I installed, rather than resorting to Get condoms out
I was quoted as saying that the vandalism as has occurred on some
public universities? Many administrators have said UF is
machines might be removed if other, less enlightened campuses.If of the bathroomsEditor
almost there but needs a public relations campaign to sales were meager. I did not imply the students I have talked to
help "sell" UF. Why not use UF's public relations and that anyone connected with the in classes, residence halls, :I resent the idea of condom
business professors to work on a plan? university would remove them, I sororities and fraternities are any machines being put in campus
Just imagine the possibilities. indicated that the distributor mightbe indication of the growing concern bathrooms. It's disgraceful. We do
for safer not have sex in bathrooms. Sex is
reluctant to continue restockingthe sex, I think the responseto
Indeed, imagine how great UF could be if Lombardi machines if sales did not warrant condom machines here will be too much fun and too personal to
asked the faculty senate to assist him in solving its it.With. one of acceptance of the reality they have to buy condoms from
problems and concerns? He would get some of the best the other outlets for condoms represent. machines along side urinals or
advice, the best recommendations, that any leader on the already in place on campus Some students will ignore the bidets. The idea of having to duck
planet could hope for. the Infirmary pharmacy, Cam- machines because they have into the closet privy to buy a con
dom the whole idea of
pus Shop and Bookstore, Reitz chosen not to be sexually active at denigrates
By investing its power in its faculty, UF could tackle Union, Health Center and the this time.Whether a student wantsor copulation.In .
any problem. Think of it. UF could work on its own Graham,and Beaty convenience needs to use the machines is fact, having to buy condoms
problems, or even its own strengths, then begin focusing stores plus the frequent irrelevant, their presence says, "If from a machine is outrageous. Con-
attention on greater issues, such as environmental con- giveaways of free condoms by the you have chosen to be sexually doms should be free and dispensedin
Alachua County Public Health Unit active, be smart be careful." and around campus parking lots
cerns. and campus organizations, no one Speaking of being smart and close to vans or near secluded
There is simply no end to the power in the UF faculty expects the condom machines to careful, let's talk about spring clusters of bushes. Professors and
power that Lombardi needs to harness. Indeed, with compete for first place in distribu- break. Many students have already instructors should each keep a
one of the best collections of minds in the world under tion volume. signed pledges promising not to drawer full of condoms in the class
his leadership, Lombardi simply has to provide a single Nonetheless,they offer a degreeof drink and drive. With the emphasison room to give away in case of pas-
spark of inspiration to ignite the fires of the UF faculty. anonymity which cannot be DUI, some students forget that sionate emergencies.Let's .
matched by any other option. SUI sex under the influence be fair about,this. If you
Just imagine. Nonoxynol-9 spermicidally can be equally dangerous. Good have to dash into the toilet to buya
not plain lubricated Prime con- intentions and intelligent choicescan condom,you could discover you
I alligator Editor doms will be dispensed from the evaporate quickly when alcohol don't have the correct change or,
J machines for 50 cents each. It is and hot sun take over. if you were in a big hurry,you could
Lucy Chabot still recommended that better, but After last year's spring break, slip and bruise something. Or pole
I Managing Editor Opinions Editor not perfect,protection is offered bya we had the usual rash of calls and vault out the window.I .
; Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton condom plus use of a spermicideby concerns about HIV infection, I say get the condoms out of the
the female. other sexually transmitted diseasesand outhouse.. Condoms involve a
Letters Policy The exact locations of the pregnancy. Poor the neater call of nature. Let's be dig
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be machines follows Men's memory '
are as : and morning after a brief sexual nified about this.
typed. double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone encounter -
number. Names will be withheld the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call women's restrooms in Beaty Com- can be less than comforting Baxter Dummore
the editorial page editor at 376-4488 mons, Murphree Commons, Jen especially if what you've Catneevllle6AWGATOR


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,MARCH 14. IM.ALLIGATOR 7



I i Students skip meals to raise money for MSY researchBy


KIM KRONE ing about 250,000 people in the nate the cost of that meal to the SAMS members will track each She said people with MS can lead

Alligator Writer United States alone. group.The money raised will fund donor's name, dining card number normal lives, depending on the
Miller said doctors know MS is MS research and help develop bet- and donation. Dining Service em- severity of the case.
When UF freshman Michele caused by a virus and that the ter treatments and a cure for the ployees will deduct donations from
Miller began experiencing fatigue disease is not contagious or hereditary disease Miller said. their totals. "Many of the sororities and fra-

and a tingling sensation in her ,though they know little about SAMS has set up tables at the "UF is one of many colleges all ternities have been very supportive -
body last December she thoughtshe the virus. Broward, Hume and Reitz Union across the country that is sponsor- of this fund-raiser by donatingto

was feeling the stress that final "It is an unpredictable disease," cafeterias and outside Turlington ing the 'Skip-a-Meal' program," 'Skip-A-Meal' the amount of
exams place on all students. Miller said. Hall for the fund-raiser, which 'SAMS president Andrea money their house spends on pro-

But in January, Miller was diag- Miller and about 12 other stu- ends today. Members will accept Henrichon said. The organizationhas viding" one meal to their mem-
bers Henrichon said.
cash and dining cards. not set a specific monetary ,
nosed with multiple sclerosis a dents have joined a student orga- \,
disease that attacks the central nization called Students Against Students can choose how much goal to reach this week.

nervous system. MS is a chronic Multiple Sclerosis, which is spon- they want to donate and have that "The more money, the better," "Independent students will be
and often disabling disease that soring a fund-raiser this week amount subtracted from their Henrichon said. skipping a meal and donating the

commonly strikes young adults be- called "Skip-a-Meal." Gator Dining Service cards,SAMS Miller said she would like more proceeds through the support of
tween the ages of 20 and 40,affect- Participants skip a meal and doResumes treasurer Chris Carrington said. people to be aware of what MS is. Gator Dining Services," she said.


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'Meat; out' asks students to end animal-based diet :i

Sarah Gergel, of SETA. animal-based diet both for the individual
By M.J.MORGEN president ceived opposition from people who love to
Alligator WriterA Gergel asked passersby to join The Great the farm animals that are killed and the eat meat and those who study Animal and I
American Meatout March 20 and "explorea environment," said Holly Jensen, Meatout Dairy Science. f
UF student wearing a fake chicken's less violent, more wholesome diet. The coordinator for Florida. Americans should Santa Fe history sophomore Danny
beak clucked and bobbed his head Tuesdayas annual event is sponsored by the Farm change their diets for their own health,she Knapp said that people have always killed
he approached people in the Plaza of the Animal Reform Movement, a national pub- said. animals for food and there's no reason to'
Americas, carrying handouts that encour- lic-interest organization. "Research supports the fact that the change now.
aged them to stop eating meat. Those interested in joining the Meatout healthiest diet is one composed primarily of
The unidentified student joined other could sign a pledge to stop eating meat and grains, fruits and vegetables or low on the "I used to work in a slaughterhouse,"
members of Students for the Ethical Treat mail the postage-paid form to FARM. SETA food chain,"she said."The cow is very highon Knapp said."I 1 have no problems with killing
ment of Animals gathered outside distributed pledge forms one week early the food chain. animals or wearing fur.
Turlington Hall and the plaza in an effort to hoping to attract interest before students The major causes of death and illnessare "Clubbing seals-I I have a problem with,
end people's reliance on animal-based agri leave for Spring Break this weekend. related to our lifestyle and are therefore however,because they're becoming extinct.
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culture. "Quitting meat for even one day is important potentially preventable. But if I were an Eskimo, I'd eat them because
"I'm tired of animals being treated like because it provides an opportunity to Gergel said many students were curious it's natural. Animals eat animals -
little meat machines," said UF sophomore draw attention to the harmful effects of an about theMeatout, but that SETA has'reDO'N'T why not us?"

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Alamar Gardens Inc. Millhopper Village Apts Alligator WriterA
Aloha Gardens Apts. Mount Vernon Apts
Apartment Inn Apartment Oak Forest Apts. proposed amendment that
Arbor Apts.Brentwood. Oak Glade Apts would give Student Government-
Apts. Oaks Apts funded organizations a chance to
Beval Apts. Oasis Apts
The Bicycle Club Apts Old Archer Court Apts receive money for funding re-
Brandywine Student Residences Oxford Manor quests after deadline will not be
Bndgelight Townhouses Owners Palm BayPiccadilly heard by the Senate for second
Brookwood Terrace Apts Apts reading until a better proposal is
Butler Enterprises Pine Grove Apts
Cambridge Village Pine Meadow Apts written, the Replacement and
Camelot Apts. Pine Rush Apts Agenda Committee voted Sunday
Campus Lan Apts. Pinetree, Gardens Apts night.
Cedar Ridge Apts. Pinewood, Apts
Cedar Ridge Villas Point West Apts Last week,senators passed a bill
College Terrace Apts. Pomte 23 that made 90 days the deadline to
Collegiate Living, Organization Inc Prairie View Apts submit funding requests. The sec-
Colonial Manor Apts Prainewood Apts ond portion of the bill would give
Colonial Oaks Apts Regency Oaks Apts
Country Gardens Robinson Villa the Activity and Service Fee Advisory
Country Manor Apts. Rocky Point Apts Committee and the Budgetand
Country Village Apts Rustic Spring Properties Finance Committee the powerto
Covered Bridge Apts. Santa Fe Trace Apts
override the deadline by a two-
Creekwood Apts. Serenola Manor Apts
Deerwood Apts. Serenola Manor II Apts thirds vote.Because.
East Side Garden Apts Seventh Street Towers of the long argumentsin
Fairmont Oaks Shey Associates Inc Senate last week. Senate Presi-
Silber' Properties
Feaster Hollow PropertiesFox Apts. Sorority Annex Apts dent Andrew Meyer suggested the
Fredrick Garden Apts. Southside Apts bill be delayed for two weeks to
French Quarter Apts. Starlight AptsStoneridge give Student Body Treasurer
Gainesville Garden TownhousesThe Apts David Stern time to come up witha
Gardens Apts. Ffeedorrz Sugarfoot Village Apts more agreeable bill.
Gator-Town Apts. Summer Place Apts
Gatorwood Apts Summit House Apts Some senators disagree with the
Gator Village Apts Sun Bay Apts.Sundowne second portion of the bill and say

Georgetown Apts Freedom to Choose Sunrise Apts Apts that it would give too much powerto
Glen Springs Manor Apts
ASFAC and B&F members and
Gore-Rabell Real Estate Inc Sunset Apts
Graduate Apts Freedom to be seen. ,Coy Thomas Apts may introduce bias in the commit-
Granada Apts.Grantwood Tower Oaks Glenn tees.
Towne Parc Apts
Apts Stern agreed that it create
Greenmar Apts. Tree House Village may
Hampton Court Apts Treetops Apts bias and said he is working with
Hawaiian Village Apts. Tumblin Creek II some senators to improve the orig-
Hayes House Apts When 48,000 Alligator readers Ventura University Apts Apts inal bill.
Hickory Place Apts
Hidden Village Apts choose where they sign Victoria Apts "I want to create a screening
Homestead Apts. Villa Ravine Apts mechanism that only the most re-
Horizon House Apts their summer & fall leases Village Green Apts warding and most urgent requestscan
Park
Village Apts
Kennedy Homes Apts "
through committees, he
Key Management of Gainesville Inc Village 34 Apts slip
La Bonne Vie Apts. Vizcaya Apts. said. "I want to make it difficult to
La Mancha Apts WhisperwoodWilliamsburg pass through this network."
Village Apts
Lakeshore Landmark Apts.Villas Will you be seen? Windmeadows Stern said possible revisionsmay

Lyons Apts.Majestic Woodgate Manor entail a unanimous vote of
Oaks Apts Woodland Terrace ASFAC members along with his
Woodland Villas
Manor Properties vote and the Senate.None .
Maracaibo Manor Apts The Woods
Margate Villa Apts. 1 Woodside Villas

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1 FURNISHEDSummer students/resident/professional big SALE: Billy Joel tix March 16th at 5'9" TAG surfboard laah-axcllnt for

2BR 1 1/2 BA Condo townhouie beautiful NW home, own br/bath, gang, Miami Arena bad offer gets themcall and beginner $100 obo 10 month left on

C 3bdr Condo Cypress Point. Pool complex. Washar/dryar breakfastbar prlv., all amenities. Must see. $30012/ leave menage 3757765. 3-15-3-6 G'ville Health ft Fitness $170 Alpine EQ
mini's/vertical $450
Female, Immaculate $500/mo, Close to KEY MANAGEMENT u ti 1. 371-8379. 3-16-5-5 Schwinn Circuit Racing Bike EXCELLENT crossovers, 7 band $50 395-7877. 3-
UF Call Fred aI372-0113.
3-14-10-1 3123080MOBILE SPYGLASS Need 2 rmmtt. M/F lor COND. Asking $400, obo Retail $869. BEER-learn to make the beer you like
CALL 335-4750; leave masiaga. 3-15-3- cheaply and ...ily. Great for students.
Own
3bd/3ba bd/ba. Lease
Large one bedroom, furnished, lour blocks apt. beginningMay
from library. Available May 1. 245mo. HOMES: 1. Call Michael 335-2117.. 3-16-5- 6 Classes forming now. Call 375-6836 Info.

Call Walt 3382071. 3-16-6-1 5 Guitar Westone Fletcher w/ casa, strat-
SURFERS ALLIANCE SURFBOARD FOR
3 FOR RENTSALERental SALE 6FT TRI-FIN. EX.SHAPE 495- style body w/ locking nut fine tuna bridge
F N/S rmmt needed to share 2bd/2ba turn
w/ 3 Excall. Cond.
FOR RENT: 2518. 3-16-4-6 pick-ups. $175 Nag.
Homes apt at Brandywina. $137/mo & 1/4 util. 373-2596. 3-14-4-6
Available May 1. Call 335-8846. 3-30-10-
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk from $260 5 Large studio easel' $75. Cost $400. Large
378-9291 picture (frames $10-20.. 3775792. 3- HOBIE FOR SALE

to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, 16-3-6 17 ft., wings, good lhapa.
M N/S to share 2bdr/l be. l95/mo s 1/2 Call
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. SUBLEASE: util, 1 mll.lrom UF, Call Todd 336-4010. John 336-1004
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 3-16-5-5 CAR STEREO equip. Yamaha 6X9 spkr Leave Message. 3-16-5-6

Santa Fe Trace Apt*. 3781190. 4-30-75- 4 HOUSEAPT.LAKEWOOD 180 watts, max. $80. Sanyo 6X9 40 watts
Sleeping Bag.86 X 20, 21/2 Ibs., goose
$20. Subarv am/lm Cassette 40 watts $70.
Oarf Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet F prol. or grad student share house, Ig Prices lirm. Call 377-1914 Iv misg. 3-16- down, used one. 371.2125 "leave massaga. -
(turn bdr/ba. $:!50/mo Includes util. Wendy
VILLAS
washer/dryer available in most units for sublease lor summer 3-16-5-6
option for fall 21/2 bdr/2ba $490/mo 3712981. 33010.5
$20 mo. Cats Allowed IB 2B. 1 112 Bath
Diamond
let. Diamond Is
$250.$350. sec & Imr 372.6422. 4.30- 3354217. 3-28-10-4 Ring. good qual Bookeaaaa ((2)): 4-drawer chad, solid
Have Diamond cartilicata .
M/NS and
roommate needed 'for 3bdr/2ba/ ity. rec.lpt.P.ld
75.2 wood unfinished, excellent condition.
2 bd twnh avail immad. $217/mo + 1/2 house located 5 miles from campus. $1795 will take $1000. Call Jay 336- 371,2125,1.1' menage. 3-10-5-6
SPACIOUSONE util. Call Janice ASAP. 375-2832 This Washar/dryar. $180/mo & 1/3 utllltlaa ftdepoilt. 6777. 3-14-6-6

BEDROOM APT month frea. 3-14-5-4 Call 375-6169. 3-16-8-5 Sony video camera CCD F70 mint cond.,
For Sal $7 Jews Moped with low mil**.
ONLY $263MO.LYONS barely used, 2 batteries, all accessorieswith
Needed Male NS Please contact Justin at 374-4870. $350
Sublet Ibd/unf
Wlndmaadowi. March
APT casa, must sell quick$650 080.371.
From 5/15-8/15 obo. 3-27-5-6
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8787 through July 372-8752 leave menage. 7457. 3-14-3-6
3.16.6.4bdrlba Brandywina Bad rata you'lIlIndlC.II
Jim at 378-0293.. 3.15.4-5
INCREDIBLE
Efficiency Apt. ) to sublet 'from April to July Ut
Starting at $185 mo. rent $100, the red neg. The Wood LAURELS! F needed for Fall. Own bd/bt, BE A TEMPORARY CENSUS TAKER!!
w/d, micro, pool v/b-ball workout ,
Starting at $23512 Bedroom 336-8052 after 7pm. 3-14-4-4 room
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE lots of extras! Lease Aug. '90. $250/mo ft

110 NW 39th Ave. Sublease bdr In Country Village apt. 1 1/3 335-5954.. 3-16-5-5

378.3988 Only $ 43/mollor May-Aug. Great location The U. S. Census Bureau has temporary jobs
Own rm t187/mo 'In a beautifully turn 3/2
375-3861 & pool. Call Debbie .3761685.. 3-
15-5-4 1/2 twnhi. F only. W-D. Share 1/3 util. available, paying from $5.50 to $7.00 an

"Check Our New Specials Vary privata. Sue 3321642. Call toon. hour. Apply at the REITZ UNION HAIL, roan

All Amenities Available Summer Sublet! M/F needed early May, 3-26-5-5
.-' FURNISHED UNFURNISHED own bdr w/wtar bed In 2bdr apt 1 1/2 mi. 349, March 15th & 16th at one of these times:

Roommates Available to UF, $255/mo ft 1/2/ util. Call Jon 372- Serious student to have own room In
We're No. 1 5198. 3-14-3-4 house In quiet neighborhood Lit than 1 CENSUS
REGENCY OAKS mi. from campus, 1120/mo, & 1/3 utllitiat 8:00: am

378.5766 Oxford Manor We'll Pay You$100 to sublet 3733332. 3-27-5-5 10:00: am

3230 SW Archer Road May-Aug., great location, 2bd/2ba
COUNTRY GARDENS' $494/mo, near tennli/pool. Call 373- 1 ibl to campus m/f/ lor own mater rm/ba In 12:00: noon
4786. 3-15-4-4 hi* w/ wd fin, fire pi 2 sundecks, no 2:00 .
373.4500 lease, $175 ft 1/5 util ft dap. avbl now. pm

_2001 SW 18th Street'_ Brandywina 2br 2ba 373-9145. 3-27-5-5 4:00 pm

Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the From 5/15/ to 8/15 .
Rockwood Villa 2 F/NS for 'turn
Bed rate you'll find! fully
of Pool tennis,
price on* sauna, wt.
room. Stoneridge Apt. 3800 SW 34 St. Call Jim at 378-0293. 3-15-4-4 3bd/3ba, summer only. $200/mo ft, 1/3 Applying & testing takes 1% to 2 hours.

3751121. 4-30-45-2 Util. 3359784. 3-27-5-5 For more information call 338-6150.
SPYGLASS APTS: Sublease for summer

4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201 NW 10 St by 3bdr/3ba, washer/dryer price negotiable Trinidadian aaaks atdnt rmmt Ir Mar 31-
UF now or 5/1 carport cent air, wood Please call 3351144. 3-27-5-4 Jul 31;'$170/mo; Gator Town Apt; brng
floors own 'Irnitr; Dirk 378-6138 aftr 9pm Ir mr
College Park Properties: 411 NW
15 St 371-7777 3-16-11-2 SUBLEASE 3br/2ba all furnished, only info. 327.55
$450 lor summer > optional to renew
I..... N/S F to share 3bdr/3ba apt. at Polo'a for
Close
HUGE 2bd 2bth now or Fall Bel Air Apta to campus.. Complex Hawaiian

636 NW 26 Ave. ((011 6 St). Spacious Village. 3-15-2-4 tummar. Call 336-5658 3-26-4-5 Real Men Have Feelings Too.

grounds, magnificent oaks. Collage Park
Properties 3717777. 3-16-11-2 3bdr/2ba apt.In Pinetrea Gardena.May to 6 FOR SALE

August. Only 1584/mol Call Laura at 335- GINNIE Need Help? Call Us.
2BD $249 STUDIO $199 110 NW 15 Still( 4023 or leave menage. 3-16-3-4
Kenwood and 30
Alpine Sony more
blk to UF) & 1222 NW 8 Av College Park
Properties 411 NW 15th SI371.7777. 3- M/F roommate, ASAP, no dep. raq. $147 brands are all at our New Location! Car The Counseling Center 392-1575
Stereo 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
Specialists
16-11-2 plus ut. for one room. Call 374-7060 and ,

r leave name and number for Frank. 3-27- 2070. 4-30-75-6 Student Mental Health Services

1bd walk-in closet Village West Apts 800 5-4
Rockford' Foagate, Yamaha' Pioneer,
NW 18 Av (take 9 St N from 16 Av) 371- 3921171r
7777. 371-0251 Now or fall. 3-16-11-2 Spyglass avail 4/1, iBdrm lint floor. Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Beat
Pool, tennis, wgt. room, carpeting, and Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo -

Available now SW: 2bdr screen porch, a/c and ceiling fans, $440. Call Sandy to 00. 375113430758

wash/dry.; ceiling fans, cent heal/air altar' 6pm 3354687. 3-16-5-4
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
near bus $375. 373-0701 3-16-7-2
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will - - - - -
5 ROOMMATESFemale demo. Call 338-9193 student .
Avail Nowl In The Pines 2bdr12; ba message.
4-30-72-8
Townhouse Apt dishwasher, walk-In
to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in
closet 3753494., lots 3-16-5-2 of room pets ok. 375.3889 or SW Area fully furnished, washer/dryer Car Alarms, Autopage,Chapman. Home Alpine Kennels :

$225/mo ft 1/2 util. Call 335-6273. 3-30- and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul, Sherwood .

and more. We Beat All Prices!
.,1, or 2 Persons needed to take over lease Point
F N/S for own bdr/ba at Rocky Apts. 373-3754. 4-30-69-6 I 1 II
for summer. 2bed,2bath Oak Forest Apt,
fully turn except bdr. Avail May 6 $209/mo
235 3-26-5-2 per person 373-4220 ask for Tally. ft 1/2 util 336-3918 LV usa 3-28-10-5 MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 I Air Conditioned & Heated Rpoms1

Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate .
Rmmt.Wanted M/F S/NS own Bdr/Ba.For H P. Price same or lower than mail i
AVAILABLE NOW) Discount rent. 2 bedroom Santa fe Vets On
more Info call Lisa at 335-9455 or 378- order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 6ite. I .
home with fireplace, ,
yard new
5397. 3-14-5-5 I
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((28ms), graphics monitor f .
paint. Only 1 block to UF 3-
3735018. MC 2861112$1195, Packard Bell $1295. ObedienceProtection.Training :.
{9.8-2 Nonsmk m/f needed to share 2brm 1 bth MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 .. 1 1.
apl. Walking distance to campus. Own $2399. PB 286 ml hd a
laptop battery
Behind Norman Hall. 2BR/2BA townhouse bedroom. $165 montfui/2utllltlee, Call $1999. CompuAdd 610 w/ 20mb ft graphics Grooming Pickup& Delivery I. '1;,
duplex. Hardwood lloors. Fresh paint. 378-1283 for details. 3-14-5-5 '
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monitor- $970.1 a 3 year warranties.
$285 Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer I. ...
KEY MANAGEMENT 372-3060 Summer and/or fall a spring n/s "rmmt" for $185 HP Laser Jet Up* $1049.4110 SW Bring in this ad and receive .
own (turn bd/ba in Rockwood Villas $250 '34th St. / 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 I'
3-16-3-2 1/3 ulll Call Pam 3354469. 3.14.5.5

i'' Great 28R/1BA_/ off Tower Rd. Carpet, NEED F to share 2 bedroom.pl.lor entire KLH, 200 AM/FM stereo clock radio $125; 10 % OFF I II I IU
+ Raleigh man's mountain bike, 25' frame,
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dishwasher, hookups, mini's. $295 I IO
( summer ft maybe next fall. Lass than a 27" wheels, extras $200; IBM Selectrtc I Itypewriter
KEY MANAGEMENT mile from campus! Fully 'furnished $210
12 pitch, fabric ribbon, u correct
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FOR SALE MOTORCYCLES AUTOS SERVICES TYPING SERVICES .'


'81 Toyota Tercel: 5-.p..d. AM/FM/ Cassette SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? MICRO CENTERTyping 376.0339 Full
Computer Zenith portable wInternal 1985 Harley Davidson Sportster 1000cc Great Condition $1500 OBO. Call Get confident testing and treatment at &self service computing Typing starts&
modem. $300 obo. 373-99)6) alter' spin or Excellent Condition. $2600 Call 335 335.1366. 31659 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 4. 1.50/pg/ Resumes $6 Self service
leave message 31436 2792. Includ. helmets. security chain etc. 30.75.11 I resumes $2.50/hr. 15/page/ Laser

1SS8 1976 Dattun 610 nice. air. excellent typeset graphics spell check theses
Couch big shaped beige tweed can transportation good tire*. $775 Call 373- AAA STORAGE papers special characters employment .
separate Into 3 smaller couches with 2 1981 Yamaha Radian 600cc Perfect 6922 or 374.5767. 31439 Close to UF. Convenient databases mailmerge training
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loot cushions $225 obo. Call alter' 2pm cond only 1600 mi. Come with 2 helmets 4x4x4 $15/mo WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 4-30-

3775681, 31546 $2200 obo lor more Into call 375 1982 CHEV Cavalier stawgn. luxury ed. 4x8x8 $25/mo 65-12
8928 or 3772014. 31656 533 SW 2nd Ave 377-1771
4cyl economy auto ps. pb pw pi. pm.
Surfboard 6'3* 3-lin w/ channel, Very stereo cruise mag wheel. very nee car 4.30-75.11 TYPing/Word Processing Quality dependable .
clean $t50. Ask lor Mike at 372-5977. Two 89 Tomos perfect condition only 335.5296. 31659 service Reasonable rates Laser

3-14-36 900 ml $450 each or best oiler Call Cicero GATOR MOVING printer 377.8175 til 9 00pm 3-16.35.12
or Jose 375.3187. 31638
1982 Chevy Caprice Classic loaded
Windsurf Fanatic 340. Fun/Race like roadtrip machine $1500 and Kawasaki Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Paeking 1- ng/Wordprocessmg/ WordPerfect

new. Thule racks harness. O Neill wetsuit 9 AUTOS 440 motorcycle. best oiler Ashley 373- Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves/ Long. dl. s. 5.1 quality work last results, low rates.
374.47111. 4 30 75 11
Lie/Ins
$1000 obo. 335-1818. 1656 7371 31659 Harry/Bill dependable. personal service Tara 332
1469. 4.30.54.12
Oldsmobile Cutlass Clara LS 1982 4. SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ,lessons .
87 Mazda Truck: SE-5 B-2200, S-spd. silver .
7 REAL ESTATEGreat door Auto ac. pb am/lm, 64000 miles. boarding woodser facilities TLC lor
bedliner brake. power steerIng your papers. project, theses
power
$2200 or best offer 377-2957. 1479
hay rides parties sales working
$4395 or assume loan 332-1748 etc. Pro wp Mac 2. laierl Graphics. spchk .
Location Walk to class 1BR 1BA keep trying 31649 student accepted 466 3224. 375-8080. ., reasonable. nts. wknds. 373.9619.
Upstairs unit @ PARKSIDE Fully.qulpp.d. l979Camaro. Maroon VERY RELIABLE 4.30.75.11 3.27.10.12

Owner financing $23.500. $990 firm, must sell Mike. 375-7485.. 3- 1980 Chevy Malibu ps/pb auto ac. excellent .

JEFFERY E. SIEGEL REALTOR 373- 15-8-9 condition low miles. $1800 obo. *SUNBELT MOVING* ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER
6063 3.26.11.7Oakbrook Call WP5 ENGLISH GRAD ed tproolspellno '/
Mazen at 374-9830 or 377 9382
1979 Mazda excellent Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies
RX7 condition .
cholesterol R 376 3649. 3.28
leave' pp
a message 31639 1.Item House lull Local/Lng dist Lie/Ins
Condo. 2bd/2ba turn ground new paint and tires. needs engine work. 20-12
S1000 OBO. 4627214 3-14-5-9 Priced lor Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4-
floor, poolslde Take over payments or '82 BMW 3201 limited series. luillo.ded. 30-75.I 11
make ofler Eve 376.9743. 3.18.10-7 good cond., excel! stereo car phone Put It In Writing Fast. accurate, reliable
1962 VW v.n. engine rebuilt 7000 ml
$5700 will 3381495. 31639 service. Master in English will check
neg
ago New clulch/pr..pl.lI. 20mpg. *FREE* spelling and edit. 24 hrl. 373.1937 3.16-
8 MOTORCYCLESJAWA body lair $800/obo call Bob at 378 0076
and leave mssage 3.14.4.9 '78 VW bus. dependable $975. Call 372 Pregnancy Test 9.12
3848 evenings 3-27.5-9 Gainesville Women
MOPED: Runs gr..II'! $250 Call TYPING Near Butler Plaza Fast Service .
88 Acura HS Red HEALTH CENTER
Integra 3-dr. 5-.peed.
0353 Leave 31468 OBOI! $1 .25 double space Call 373.8387
376- Message 1974 VW BUG $490
24.500 miles. Perfect condition, $9.850 720 NW 23rd Avenue 3.28.10.12
Call Ken 335-1425. 3-16-6-9 RUNS GREAT! 377.5055ABORTION
Honda Elite Scooter 150cc. It Is three CALL NOWIII
month old and only hat 210 mile on it. CALL 374-4202 (To 24 Wks) Great typing! English maj/ret court rptr .
1979 Datsun 210 station Good
Mint condition. Call Jay at 336-8777. 3. wagon BIRTH CONTROL 19 yrs exper legal/medical Excel
1468 utility car for student $400. Call 335 Gynecology Service spellg/proofg From 1.25 Call Jill .
2792. 31559 10 WANTED 43071.11 377.9908. 3.30-13.12

of ? 87 Honda Elite Scooter
Sick
parking Mazda 626 1981 5.spd. ale. am/lm cats.
,
4900 mile. excellent condition $600 Local Artist needs: GOLD Gems. Class CALL CJ THE DJ'S Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc nearcampus.
run & look good $1150 obo 335-0510.
Ozzie Fine .
377 2357, 31558 Ring ETC. Top $ or trade Dependable quality IIrVIC.
I Jewelry 3739243. 4.30.75-10 pro DJ service at 375 6483. 3302611 Reasonable rate 24hr/day. Call Carol

3734464 3-29-1 11,.,12
WANTED: 6 TICKETS lor GRATEFUL *NEW TAX SERVICE*

DEAD on 4/1 In ATLANTA not have to be Affordable rates. $5/FORM GATOR TYPING Fast Accurate, Low

together, call DOUG 395-7.77. 3145 Free consultationcall Rate*. Quality laser printing Discounts
10 PAUL 372.5814. mornings 3.1tH4. aval Day. eves wknds 3734564. 3.
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
11 I 30-11.12AWord
MEMBER ol UF STAFF FACULTY etc
by Trade Michel Jaffe to be Faculty Advisor for WSU. Who supports Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms. Processing Professional quality

a group right to form Call Mark 45 acres ring jumps TLC local at student prices Fast reliable, serv ce.
ACROSS 5 Ohio city 45 Dale orMaurice 57 Table spread 335-9630. 3.14-2.10 call 462.5127 or 462.4311. 3161211 Grad school. law school experience 378
1 Lukewarm 6 Latin I word 58 "Serpteo"author 7128. 3.30.11.12

6 Jason craft 7 Latvian port 48 Avocat Peter ANYONE In the vicinity of the rear entrance ONE STOP DENTISTRY

10 Panhandles 8 Diving bird specialty 59 Art ol Club X. Saturday night Feb. 24 Accepting new pts. emerg $1/page. accurate. last reliable Graduate '
14 Sports palaceISStarlnCatus 9 Rower 50 Raises spirits 61 Bacchanalian and who witnessed a bouncer attack a Adult cleaning $26. child $18 school approved 11 years exp Mary

10 Male animal 53 Oscar-winner cry would-be customer Call 378-4198. 316 ((4)Wsd) tee $325 ((3)Wsd) tee $250. 3720706 3.14.2.12TypingWord

18 Hipbones 11 Geographical Kline 62 Mother of 3.10 ((2)Wisd) tee. $200

17 Pirate flag abbr. 55 Turn Inside out Castor Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC V. AE processing
WANTED Dodge Tradesman Van B100. Valid only with coupon up to(4)( ) people reasonable. quality copy near campus.
19 A son of Jacob 12 Be generous 56 Pre-storm 65 Bird's beak B200 or B300 years 1972 to 1978 for H.T. Gonsoulm DOS 372.9521 377-8175. Days only. 4.23.24.12

20 Union unit 13 Uttered condition 66 Actor Beatty photographing Will pay Call 375.8710 3.31.15-11 I

21 Forgave 18 Extend QUALITY tYPing & Laser.print. Thesis.
23 Actress Anna subscription ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: Problems in Math? Then call Greg Professional resume. papers UF grad owner- Scribe

May 22 Violinist Bull MADAM I 0 I F A .1 TAL L 11 SERVICESNW and Reliable Tutoring offered Services 821 NW13SI 3776170 ** *

25 "David 24 Understand .1 Tel. 377.74IS Leave a message 3145
A BAT IE. !t LAP F L I FCopperfield" .
Mini storage at I 75 A NW 39th Ave 11 I 13 HELP WANTED *
26 French T U 0 0 R. L I R A .1 L I N T near Oaks Mall area. 5x5 to 10 x 20 from

character nobleman TON G U E I N C H E E K $20. 10% disc to students 3328917 4. ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERSI! ADVERTISING

28 Lettuce variety 27 Hunter In nnm I G Let special care petsitters take care of MAKE-UP ARTIST

29 Tiber feeder the sky nnn R FT. E V IE N S BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS your pets while you. are away Bonded Ins Be a part of the exciting world of newspa
31 Sea or Islands 28 Historic Reasonable 486 4635. 3.165.11TYPING
35 Midlanlte Alabama town E R 01S 0 0 S E N ACT pars Are you reliable? Dependable?
? Have an Interest inexactly
M 0 U THO F THE R II V E R Enjoy a challenge
defeated by 30 Bisl 1233 NW 10th Ave how the pages of the newspaperare
Gideon 32 Organic salt 0 S TEl 0 T n n L CAN F 372.1664 "made.up?" Come to Independent

37 Chuck33 Pacify SHE RON E I L.l E E MC/VlSA/lnsurance/ 12 SERVICESYOU Florida Alligator and fill out an applica

39 Frogner Park 34 Cacophony .1 PAR HAG. Free Pregnancy Test lion Must be avail lor training immediately '

locale 36 Coif Items 0 N E 0 IV U R L I Member WRITE, WE TYPE Hrs Mon..Frl. 610 pm. Must be -
call -
40 Actor O'Shea 38 Ready for use V E. N A G A V National Abortion Federationman Business Legal Personal Report avail summer EOE. ft fall No phone *

41 Mateo, Calif. 44'"Pink Panther"R 1 Term Paper Typeset Resume Etc please
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42 King of the Peter N lt! .nnnn!t .1 R F N G ville. Handicapped 378-7179. Typing Artl.lll11u.lrllor-.tabll.hed T.shirt design .

Huns 4.30-75-12 and production company looking for
43 Grant 3/14/90/ / a creative and experienced color separ*.

44 Malice Typing report business legal tor with a portfolio ol multi-colored illus
46 Certain socials resumes cassettes transcribed applications trstlons This I I. a lull.time career

47 Make possible letters notary *etc Available opportunity 335.4638. 314313

49.The transept 24 hours/7 days/3722777. 4-30.75.12

crosses It
Typng$100pg. min. $5.00. Report.
51 Bakery order Theses. whatever Grad School P.T List Classifieds. .

52 Egg part Village Park WCS 917 NW 13th 373-9822. 43075 Continued on next page.
54 Ashen 12

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60 Type of orange

63 Jal follower I

64 Tied
OAKS MALL 10 TWI-UTE SHOW ,
67 A Sprat 4306 ape
preference French Quarter OAKS MALI 6309Nf WBtDRY ROADOAKSIAST $2.CMIW W

68 Kitchen staple OAKS WIST

69 Rust Special Summer Rates 331-8818 Msm OMIMAU 414 ana ADJACfNMOMAU
70 Lichen IN OAKS lotaza
as low as $205/month
71 Aloof one lAD INFLUENCE (I)
72 lieu I & 2 DR *> Furn/tnfurn TM HUNT KM RCD OCTOeM) (PC) 200, ((51591250)): 74S9S5:
leirKM .
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.3 Pool e 3 Laundries VS. 1M VOLCANO (PC) HARD TO KILL (R) '"

DOWN Flexible Leases Yob, (it.10 *> $2.60).1.00.) foil 1:30.: ((5'15 0 12.50)). 7:45: 9 55

1 Mahal Close to Campus Ml' PATROL (PC) CUMV (R)
14: $. (It.M. *> $ .SO). IW '1011I" : 145: ((50001250)). 1015:
2 Piccadilly Circus Ceiling Fans MY LIfT fOOT 1 on PC
DRIVING MISS DAISY ( )
1:10: ,((6:16: 0 '. 7. ....
sight ALSO LEASING FOR FALL : 200 (S 30 @ $2.50)), 100, 1015:
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HELP WANTEDAVON HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDNational BUS. PERSONALSA PERSONALS -


3758967Sell Marketing Firm seeks mature national full service brokerage firm is SAVE ON YBANS

Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. EARN $ FOR student to manage on-campus promo looking for hard-working motivated peopleto University Opticians

B.n.Illlnlur.nc., 4-30-75-13 tions for top companies this school year work In their Palm Beach Gardens of 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480

SPRINGBREAK Flexible hours w/ high earnings potential fice., No experience necessary. Call Mr. 4-30-68-15
NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER each semester. Must be organized, hard Defter 1-800-821-8494. 3-14-1-14, ,

CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for working ft money motivated Call Jeanme Reitz Union Barber Shop-ground floor. .
specialists: Team Sports, Tennis of Sale of Public Outcry of Appointments
program or Lisa at 800-592-2121 3-14-1-13, This Is a Notice for busy students.
: Performing Arts: Waterfront. 'Inquire: while you study for your midterms New lost or abandoned property recovered on welcome. 10 Walk-mi
Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave donors earn up to $35 this week for 2 YMCA is looking for qualified swim instructors campus. The auction will be held in the 142015B expert stylists 392.1610. 3-

Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 16 plasma donations It's safe, easy, and no and lifeguards' For more info Colonade area of the J. Wayne Reitz c

Honeneck Road, Montville NJ 07045. appt. necessary Stop by Gainesville call 3767172. 3-16-3-13 Union on March 29,1990 at 9am. Included 4 U buy anything for tennis i
Please call 1-800-776-0520 4-18-48-13 Plasma 238 SW 4th Ave 3789431. 3-16- for auction will be bicycles, jewelry, racquetball
squash or badminton, check out EZ Ten

Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew Counselors: Camp Wayne, Co-ed EARN $35 that books has, clothing been held, eye lor 30 glasses.days ft Property not been nis. Ask your friends about our prices, l I
and service 34 St Plaza.
psoriasis medication 331-5379 4. children's camp, Northeastern Pennsyl This week for new donors for 2 plasma claimed by rightful owners by lIam on quality 3-16-15-

30-47-13 vania. 6/22/ 8/21./ Great opportunity for donations on our new automated ma March 29, 990 will be sold at this Public I
personal growth! Specialty counselors chines. bonus each Outcry. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE
LOOKING FOR IA SUPER needed for: Tennis, Swim, Sail, Basketball Special programs GATOR LOAN FUND. 3-16-3-14 EZ Tennis knows stringing! Nylon $8+: lyn i
'SPLASHTACULARSUMMER JOB? Volleyball, Soccer, Gymnastics, Aerobics month Free refreshments, free parking. gut S1 2*. II they go low, EZ Tennis will go y
staff '1969
Experienced since
serving you lower 372-2257. 3-16-0-15
Summer Waves Waterpark on beautiful Nature Camping, Guitar Batik, s
Call Gainesville 238
or stop by plasma PERSONALSLADIES
15
J.kylliliand, Ga. has seasonal openingsIn Sculpture, Ceramics, Painting, Printmaking 6
SW 4th Ave 378-9431 Mon-Fri 8-7 Sat THE AFFORDABLE ALTERNATIVE
the following areas: certified lifeguards Photography, Drama, Piano, Group TO
food service, merchandising admissions Leaders, General, RN's, Nurses Aid, 82. 43073.13 MAKE MONEYWe OPRAH'S DIET! Lose 7-16 pounds in

guest services, rentals, Bookkeeper, Drivers Other positions On buy & sell good used clothing.Call 6wks. The Amazing Micro Diet For Free
Mature ns f 110 care for 2 super kids ft .
my Call
Dr. Hill
Sample 904.438.2903.
administration, maintenance, and park campus interviews, Wed Mar 28th Signup dolt. hskpg Fri. only 8.30-5.30. Pay nag Second Act. 3738527. 4.30.75.15VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator. 14.10.15 3-
ervices. Internships available., Housing B-1 Renz Union. Call 516-889-3217
Ref ft car a must Jennifer 336-5623
available, for non-local residents March more information. 3-16-5-13 Great
interviews now being scheduled for these msg 3-16-3-13 prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
fun summer jobslll Call us lor your SUMMER JOBS in Ft Lauderdale Day Laboratory 376-5563. 818 SW 4 Ave. I CANCUNSome
Spring Break mtervew Don't miss outll! camp staff. All positions. I 1SO-32Swk call BUSINESS block from Ala Gen. 4.30.75.15
305 752-ymca or 384-ymca lor interview. still left
space
For complete into, pick up an applicationand
brochure al your college placement 3-16-4-13 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS Natural Foods and Vitamins GREAT ESCAPE TRAVEL

office, or call 9126352074. Deadline for Birkenstock Sandals 33''.2800
Counselors needed for Florida Childrens'Summer
Sjnflower Foods 3-14-10-15
application April 1st 316-5-13 Sleep-away Camp. Also, WSI's terminals ft pc's, buy sell, Health
87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
guitar players, etc. Call Jerry 335-0573. trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, QUAL.
3-30-9-13 ITY, CDCS 818 W Unlv 3380378. 4-30- 4-30-75-15 $ USED CD'S' $
PR Position if you area mass communications

grad or soon to be grad, send Part Income Opportunityset PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediate We buy & sell, call 37SPIKE. Spikes Re
resume to Ocala Jai Alai, PO Box 548, time carpentry, painting help your own hrs, part/full time high income test results from a reliable source cords. 3-16-12-15
Orange Lake, FL 32681. No Phone Calls needed. Afternoons Apply at Florida potential. What will it hurt to look? PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4-
Book Store between and
12.00 12:30.: Ask
Please 3-15-7-13 371-3536 3-16-8-14 SFCC and UF Student New 8-wked group
lor Paul. 3-16-4-13 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get for students alcoholic parentage. Leave

Assistant Teaching Position at Flowers FLASHBACKS buys used clothes, we also special student discounts on exams and message for Marilyn 372-6817 3-28-10-'
Montessori School 3111 I NW 31st Ave. CAMP WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS/ trade and cons. Convert your old clothes all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. 15
Apply in person Mon-Fri I 1pm-3pm 376- CANTON, MAINE. One of America's fin to cash. 375-3752 107 N. Main St. open 3770881. 4-30-75-15
4700. 3.15.5.13WANTED est camps seek staff June 15 through Aug 10-6 3-14-5-14' SKYDIVE
19 for positions In tennis, water skiing, Look Your Best Everyday!
windsurfing Put a terminal! In room for Skydive with the Willlston, Skydivers 336
competitive swimming sailing computer your Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
fishing and guitar/song leader. Reply as little as $50. Buy sell trade pc's & com info about the PERMANENT removal of 7970. 4515.15

A few sharp people who would like, to to.: 130 S. Merkle Rd., Columbus, OH patibles. CDCS 818 W University 338- unwanted facial ft body hair. 374-4307.
make lots of money last! Anyone ambitious 43209. ph(614)235-3177( ) 3309.13 0378. 3-16-7-14 Unstoppable! L.A Gear tree Gil
Janklowicz video & watch wrist bands
WI/
$STUDENTSGETCASH$
is qualified! Call today alter 5 or
leave a message anytime Kristen or Har Childcare for 2 yr old in NW home, 20-25 BUY STOCKS JOIN INVESTMENT CLUB For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy's aerobic shoe purchase $2.99 flame B-ball
old 3711968. 3-14-4-13 hrs per wk. References required. Leave limited Initial $$$ Investment requiredllCall 372-1226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next Can- wmen's shoe purchase. Lowest prices!
message 332-2624 3-16-4-13 Todd 335-7042. 3-16-5-14 lral City. 4-30-75-15 Active Sportif. Tower Plaza, 332-0725. 3.













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PERSONALS PERSONALS PERSONALSRemember CONNECTIONSWE'VE 19 PETS

TAMMY-n-JULIE THUR PORPOISE, at E Z Tennis we don't match GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. Fast
UBS THANX so much, you made my night. Stop prices we beat them. B 4 U buy shoe- Cash for Fast Time Best Jewelry and GREYHOUND month old 'female Freeto
by my work. Dinner, drinks, a week In rackets-strings Check us out for saving Loan. 371-GEMS. 3-26-5-16 good horn. Phone after 7pm. 1-497-
NEED CASH? Walklkl. BUMMIN', 3-14-2-15 3722257. 3-16-5-15 1214. 3-16-3-19


BUY BACK OPEN Weekend In St. Augustine, 113/night, stay BIKINI SALEon 17 NOTICESHit 20 LOST & FOUND
UNIVERSITY BOOK AND SUPPLY In the heart of Old Town, bike/boat rentals,
all wo*. bikinis! Gotcha. Raisins' Ca.
1227 W Unlv. Ave 377.1788 St. Augustine Hostel, 32 Treasury St. 829- and Run Mar. 2, around midnight,
Prolin & more. Gel 'em while they're hot Finder
6163. 3-14-1-15 Keepers?
Newberry Rd near Royal Park Theatre,
COUNSELORS (male ft female) for NorthCarollna'a at Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 St. motorcycle was struck by older model If you find something, you can place I
3-16-5-15 FREE Id finest 8 week children' summer OUN3IGUNSIGUNSI white car. Anyone w/ info about the car
camp. Cool mountain climate, good 1800 Gun Inventory that fled, please call 376-3376 314-3-' who lost what you found. Call 373-
pay and great funl) Exp. not necessary. For Over 500 handguns In stock UMBRO GALOREBring 17 FIND.

brochure/application: Camp Pinewood Buy, Sell, Trade, or Repair this ad ft receive 20% off any Umbro
FOUND: keys by GPA,around room L-005,
20205-1 NE 3rd Court Miami FL 33179 or Reloading Supplies 466-3340 Soccer shorts. We have a great selection -
18 RIDES has Saab key and pictures on it. Call 335-
phone 3057227560. 6-13-15 Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer Including Neons) Lloyd Clarke Sport 3513. 3.14.3.20
8 ml South of G'ville on 441. 1504 NW 13 St. 372-7836 (expire 4-10-
If you pay over $20 for any aerobic Item Also Indoor pistol 3-165-15 $4Sr/tMiamlWPB/Pomp$30o'wSyrs' of
range 90))
too much period. Come 4 Found Fundamental of Computer Engineering
you are paying
Handicap facilities wkly Fri's/Sun bus trips. Pet ok pkgtrantported.
save with E Z Tennis. 50%" off on aerobic GMC book by Turlington on Fri 3/9.
3-14-1-15 Free stringing racquet purchase at Active Iran 336-7026 ((305)) 3958490 3-153-20
3-18-5-15
gear Sportif. Head ft Wimbledon dealer, 266-3788 4-30-75-18
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tennis, racquets, clothing, accessories, Found Sharp calculator In Mat 119 on Wed
by Virginia Voel Klein etc. Coming Soon: Wilson ft Pro-Kennex. 3/7. Call Stephanie 371.7528. 315320LOST
Slice of Mice Tower Plata 332-0725. 3-14-3-15 I Need A Ride To St Louis, MO or any
nearby area for spring breakl! Call Brandt
: Boston Terrier, 'Cricket needs
Fun Wear, Wallaby Jack, Island Boyz, Island at 395-9579 3-15-8-18 medication I :for epilepsy, lost: behind NorA
Gecko Maul Starbus ft morel See Ya man Hall 3/10. Rewardl 376-7750 3.27-
at Active Sportif 332-0725 3-14-3-15 New York tlx R/T to La Guardia, 3/19-
3/26. Please call Eileen 373.8453, 100. Found calculator 3/10 in front of Leigh
ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145/mo. 3.18.3.18 Hall. Eileen 377-5396 to 10 Iv msg 3-16-
r- :------------l Spring, Summer & fall housing avail at 3-20
CLO. includes 10-meals/wk, util
1-blk
pd .
) R/T ticket G'ville Charlotte, NC, Ivs Sat
to UF. 377-4269 or stop by 117 I NW 15th.
ysf 3/17 returns 3/20. $150 obo. Call Gene FOUND: Man's watch outside Tolbert Hall
St. Student runll 3-26-5-15
Ask for 3-16-3-
392-7040 or 332-1374 alter 5pm. 3.18.3- on 3110,395.8181 Cindy.


M.k., : MENS SURFWEARby

Gotcha, Quiksilver Starbus ft morel
1 1rat. Great new looks for the upcoming warm
1i weather months Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504
NW 13 SI. 315.315

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16 ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY MARCH 14, IMF

F SPORTSWabberson






i I adds dimension to tailback battle I


I admit that he hasn't been Redskin anytime soon, suf '
GREGG DOYEL Quick to John Riggins
By blessed with the natural ability of McC fered. .. 41
I II Alligator Staff Writer lendon or Rhett Wabberson calls patienceand But the arrival of Spurrier and his fi "'I' :'
Before the start of UF's spring football intelligence his forte."I nesse-style of play has given him a chanceto ,' '
I practice, the competition for the starting know I'm not quite as talented as those fight for playing time this season. ; ": '
quarterback slot in Coach Steve Spurrier's guys" Wabberson said. "I'm more of an "For me, it's a good offense" Wabberson .. ;\ ; .. : '' .f.i ...

wide-open offense hogged most of the intelligent kind of player like waiting for said. "It's not power like last year. It ., ...
attention. blocks and doing the little things right. takes what the defense gives you and the ,.,' .:"\''''''''',.... '
Saturday a little-used and even lesser Wabberson did enough of the little offense clicks if you know where to go." ". ''y.',!1>.,'.. .
known quarterback from Brown University things right to catch Spurrier's eye who Wabberson knew where to go Saturday "' '.
threw his name into the battle at had said earlier in the spring that the right into the hunt at tailback. 'k
tailback. tailback position would boil down to McC- MEN
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Chuck Wabberson a senior from Sparr lendon who ran for 510 yards one year .
in Marion County who returned to his ago and Rhett, a redshirt last season. Alive and kicking. Donald Douglas' .
home state after spending two seasons at "I'll tell you who had a good scrimmagewas forte with the Gators so far has been ; .
Brown, made it known at Saturday's controlled Wabberson Spurrier said."He knows playing quarterback but the sophomore J .
scrimmage that the tailback position how to run to daylight and make people proved at practice Monday night he could
once thought to be a dogfight miss him." do something else well punt.In "
between sophomore Willie McClendonand Wabberson transferred from the Ivy three attempts Douglas boomed two .
freshman Errict Rhett might be a League two years ago as a quarterback punts of more than 50 yards and the other ..,
little more complicated than originally but after seeing negligible practice time at about 35 yards all of which went further ..... .
planned. that position then-Gators offensive coor- than the line-drive attempts of projected REGGIE GRANT -ALLIGATOR
Wabberson ran for 45 yards on nine dinator Lynn Amedee switched Wabberson starter Jason Hailey and walk-on Jud Davis."I Chuck Wabberson has practiced at tail
carries and caught three passes for 65 who runs a 4.6 in the 40-yard dash to was just out there having fun" said back during spring drills.
more yards including the longest play of tailback. Douglas who said he kicked a 75-yard said 'Sure;Spurrier said. "Nobody knewhe
the afternoon. After gathering a screen Whitey Jordan replaced Amedee one punt during four years of punting in high could do it. If he wants to punt I'll give
I pass from sophomore quarterback Lex year ago and brought with him a power- school."I wasn't really taking it seriously." him a good look."
Smith the 6-foot 187-pounder broke several type of offense built around All-American While Douglas may have been jesting,
tackles and sprinted down the sidelinefor Emmitt Smith.Wabberson,who isn't likelyto he did catch Spurrier's attention. Alligator writer Alex Marvez contributedto
I 39 yards. be confused with former Washington "He said 'Coach let me hit one,' and I this report.Gators.


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SRI ALEX MARVEZ
Alligator Writer

!h Unlike the storyline in the UF baseball team's
last three games, the Gators didn't have to wait
for a ninth-inning rally Tuesday night and
earned a 5-0 victory over Jacksonville in frontof
an estimated 750 fans at Perry Field.
The Gators ((9-11)) jumped to a 3-0 lead in the
first inning against the Dolphins 13-5 and
ranked 25th by Collegiate Baseball/ESPN and
y added two runs in the third to snap a six-game
losing streak.
UF scored seven runs in the ninth innings of
I ( three games last weekend against top-ranked
NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION
'Florida stranded runners on
Over the next five days, more than 100,000 fans are expected to attend the 21st annual Gatornationals drag race, which State but seven
base and lost all three
starts today at Gainesville Raceway. More than 300 racers will compete. games.
"Getting three in the early inning just to get
us the lead..we forgot how that feels" said UF
Schintzius won't face criminal charges coach Joe Arnold who carried a horseshoe in
his jacket during the game."It's a good feeling."

Former UF center Dwayne Schintziuswill fixed and apologized. Schintzius had faceda event. Cord Corbitt ((3-2)) scattered four hits and
I not face criminal charges stemmingfrom maximum penalty of 60 days in jail anda More than 300 racers will try to run a struck out six over seven innings for the victory.
the Jan. 14 fraternity house incident $500 fine. 1/4-mile course in less than 5 seconds Todd McCray struck out four in two innings of
I that led to his suspension and ultimate exit Gatornationals roar Into town pushing finely tuned machines at speeds relief work.
from the team Assistant State Attorney The area's single-largest moneymakerwill nearing 290 mph.Gainesville "(Corbitt) has shown a pattern of going
John Stephenson said.C through about five or six strong innings and
be in town today through Sunday as Raceway is located about 3
I the 21st annual Gatornationals then losing his location. Any sign of trouble in
drag races 1/2 miles north of the airport on S.R. 225. "
the seventh and he was out of there Arnold
i gear up at Gainesville Raceway with a purseof Netters play host to Miami
AROUND more than $1.1 million on the line. The UF men's tennis team undefeatedat said.With
in the
: runners on first and second base
SPORTS The National Hot Rod Association home and 9-3
race overall gets a stern test
first inning and UF leading 1-0 Herbert Perry
is expected to generate more than $8.4 today against fourth-ranked Miami in a Dolphins
attempted to steal third. An overthrow by
I Schintzius had faced a second-degree million for the local economy-more than 1:30: p.m. match at the Varsity Courts. catcher Chris Basso was bobbled allow-
misdemeanor charge for allegedly ripping any single UF football game. The Hurricanes 11-2 entering a Tues- ing Perry and Mario Linares to score.
a side-view mirror from a vehicle after For $5 college students with a fee cardor day match at Florida State lead the all-time In the third inning Dave Majeski hit lead-off
being asked to leave a party at the Alpha student ID can watch "nitroburningfunny series 56-7 and beat the Gators 8-1 last single and moved to third base on a single by
Tau Omega house.But Stephenson said the cars shake hands with the devil as year. They have three players ranked in Linares who moved to second on the throw to
I+- owner of the Jeep Wagoneer UF student they leap through the fiery gates of hell" the top 50, including Conny Falk at No. 8. the infield. Joe Russo and Billy Minnis each
James Woodroffe decided not to press or so.went. a promotional phrase used Alligator writer Guerry Smith contributedto walked to score Majeski. A sacrifice fly by Rick
l charges after Schintzius had the mirror several years ago by another drag racing this report. Britton drove in Unares.r .


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