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Alligator Staff Writer

As a hushed courtroom listened intently l

Wednesday, prosecutors played David on partiers
Rowe's taped police confession of how he
repeatedly stabbed babysitter and UP stu-
dent Stacy LaRocca last April. JFor more information about Spring
Rowe, 13, is on trial for attempted first-de- Break, see page 3.
gree murder in connection with the stabbingof By PATRICIA LEE
then 20-year-old LaRocca while she Alligator Writer
babysat at a Northwest 15th Avenue house
for her roommate. Students who travel to major Spring

."I had the knife in my pants' pocket andI Break destinations without hotel res-
I pulled that out and I started stabbing her," ervations or a place to stay may, if
Rowe said on the tape made by Gainesville they're not careful, end up where
police before they arrested him 10 days after there's always room for one more -
in jail. f
the stabbing.
"And after that, she got back up and I New hotel policies and already-es-
stabbed her again and (she) said 'Look, I'm tablished city and state laws will make
Spring Break a little more difficult for
babysitting, you 'Don't hurt these
those who make their plans upon ar-
kids -you can have any money' and I just
said 'No, I'm not stabbing them,' said rival. For many students, this meansit
will be almost sneak
Rowe, who will turn 14 March 25. Then, impossible to
she started, you know, clinging onto my z into hotels or sleep in cars. '
hand and I told her I had to get away. And "Many hotels have a wristband pol-
then I just started stabbing, you know, justso icy this year," said Suzanne Smith,
I could get away from there. ." director of the Spring Break Task
As the tape played, Rowe stared stoically Force for the Daytona Beach Cham-
ahead toward the jurors and LaRocca, who ber of Commerce. Hotels and motels
kept her eyes closed and bowed her head. will identify paying guests by placing
At one point, LaRocca buried her head in plastic bands on their wrists when
her hands. they check-in.
LaRocca testified Wednesday that she "Some of (the hotels) will use the
stab wounds that wristbands only for the use of certain
received 17 ,including one
punctured her lung and another that blinded facilities, like pools,but others will be
4S strict Smith said. "In
more some r
her left eye.
e places, you won't even be able to go
"He stabbed me repeatedly,over and over
again," LaRocca said as she bit her lip to inside the lobby if you don't have one."
fight back tears. "I kept asking myself Anyone who refuses to leave hotel
Why?' I'd thought he'd never stop." property may face trespassing
On the tape, Rowe said he had argued charges, Daytona Beach Sgt. John
with his mother the night before the stab- Power said. "If they're asked to leave
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR and don't do so, then we'll be called."
live with his
bing because he wanted to Thirteen-year-old David Rowe, on trial asan adult for attempted first-degree murder,
grandparents in New Jersey. He said he I But the tougher Spring Break ruleswon't
talks with his court-appointed guardian,David Saliwanchik.
apply only to hotel dwellers -
stabbed LaRocca to show his mom how
"serious" he was about moving."I Rowe's taped confession was the domi- youth was legally insane at the time of the those who use their cars as a tempo-
just,you know,looked at that babysitterand nant piece of evidence prosecutors'submit attack and did not knowingly waive his rary home also may be arrested. State
thought, you know, 'What am I goingto ted during the first day of testimony in rights when he was questioned by police. statutes and city ordinances make
do?' Rowe said on the tape: "Maybe if I Rowe's trial, and the most controversial. "We will have three distinguished psychi- sleeping inside a car illegal.
could just do something drastic my mom Rowe's three lawyers, who are representing atrists and psychologists who will testify "The casual beachgoer may fall
would really see how much I'm really seri- the teenager for free, tried twice to have before you," defense attorney Robert Rush asleep in his car after a rough day,but
ous about this or something and I started to the confession thrown out before trial, but said in his opening remarks to the jury someone who is obviously using his
get really mad andjhen,you. know, I just, it were denied by presiding Circuit Judge vehicle as living quarters could be in
started." Elzie S. Sanders. Rowe's lawyers say the see Trial, page 5 trouble," Power said.
The rule will be enforced between
11 p.m. and 6 a.m. in Daytona Beach,

White rights group finds faculty adviser where expected an estimated next week.400,000 For studentsare students

... who planned on using cars as extra
CENZIPER Tuesday to oe the group's adviser ana signeo I make a decision until early next week. beds, that rule will put a squeeze on
By Writer his name to the group's application.Schneiderteaches "It looks like we did everything expected of accommodations."That .
Alligator writing classes and tutors grammar. us," Wright said. "(Administrators) looked at doesn't sound too good for
About a week after UF President John Mark Wright, the leader of the group, was i the constitution, told us to revise it, we made us, but we'll make it somehow," said
Lombardi! denounced the white student union Schneider's co-worker in the Reading Center., changes and then all they kept saying was that engineering senior Mike Pring, whois
and any faculty member who would advise it Schneider could not be reached for com- we need a faculty adviser. Now we have one." traveling to Daytona Beach with
at a meeting with black student leaders, the ment. When asked if a teaching assistant qualifiesas about 10 friends. "I guess we'll haveto
group has found someone who agreed to take a faculty adviser, Wright said administrators cram in the hotel room."
the job. Student Activities Director Myra Morgan checked and found that he did. He and his friends had planned to
After searching for weeks, the much-op- signed her approval Wednesday on the Wright formed the much-publicized group sleep in their cars once the room was
posed white rights group found, a faculty ad- group's application. It now awaits approval by in January "to balance out the one-sided full, Pring said. "Usually it's, first
viser Tuesday afternoon the last step to Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeenand views" of the Black Student Union. He said come, first serve. After the beds and
becoming a registered UF student organiza- Academic Affairs Vice President Gene, his group opposes Affirmative Action laws and the floor are taken up, you have no
Hemp. If approved, the group will gain UF "
minority scholarship recruitment. choice left but the car.
tion.Russ Schneider, a teaching assistant in recognition and access to its facilities.
rlington Hall's Reading Center, agreed! Sandeenjs out, of,town,and! not expected to r see Adviser, page 5 see Break page 5


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Last-minute SG meeting dumps original nominee I IBy I

ANTHONY LEDERMAN senator. student body presidential elections. He was was predetermined for Munoz even before

Alligator Writer They should, have let,us both speak, but Student Body President Michael Browne'sno R&A met Sunday night."I .
one but vision can get campaign adviser this se- think everyone knows that Browne and

The Vision party's stronghold in the Stu- involved with (Student 'What really makesme mester and has known Siracusa are cronies," Carrion said. "It's

dent Senate grew Tuesday night, makingone Government)," she said. Browne since third really obvious. Browne has denied it, but
student's voice more difficult to be "I know so many people mad is if the Sen- grade. The two are also everyone in SG knows it's true."

heard. that are discouraged by fraternity brothers. Vision Sen. Jill Price concedes her party

Sociology and Russian ,major Gloria this." ate was unbiased, "IVebeen influential in did not want Markus to get the open senate
Markus Markus was compet- several of the past cam- seat.
had been recommended by the they would have let
for the off-cam Siracusa said
Replacement and Agenda Committee Sunday ing open paigns, "Munoz didn't win in the election becausehe
night for an open senate seat, but right pus seat against Munoz, us both talk on the last month. "I've always campaigned for the party and not him-
who had with Vision been here. I'll be
before the senate meeting; Tuesday, the run Senate floor. always self," Price said. "I'd rather see someone
for Senate seat but lost here.
committee and Vision members de- a
party who worked so hard with the Vision partyin
in last month's elections.At Browne said after his
cided Vision
to support another student, the Senate.
a party caucus meet- Gloria Markus victory that Siracusa
member Camilo Munoz.
Miranda said
the would be around SG Independent Sen. Nelson
ing before meeting, original nominee not
During the meeting when senators ap- Vision party leader Adam during his presidency. Markus was more qualified than Munoz.

proved the recommendation, Markus was Tanenbaum said he told Vision senators to Markus said she has been vice presidentand
Yet Siracusa in Browne's office
not allowed because Vision was seen
to speak sena- Munoz. treasurerof Volunteers for International
tors, who have a majority in the Senate, right before the Senate meeting Tuesday. Student Affairs, a member of the Hispanic
voted allow her nomination. After Munoz won the seat, former senator Browne said Wednesday that he asked
not to Student Association, president of the Rus-
Pat Siracusa, who was in the room during Siracusa to immediately leave and would not
"What makes mad is if the sian club and has attended every Senate
really me "
the vote,walked out of the Senate chambers comment further on "ridiculous drawings.
Senate was unbiased, they would have let with Munoz. meeting this semester.
us both talk on the Senate floor," Markus Anne Carrion, a first-year law student, She said she thought Munoz didn't have
said. "I think it's unfair because they're not Siracusa has been involved in SG for the said ,she also was planning to run for the

looking at qualifications to be a student last two years, helping run the last two open senate seat, but was told that the seat see Senate, page 4

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Acting architecturechairman



CHRISTY HARRIS they needed the power to influence ,
faculty and curriculum decisions.
Alligator Staff Writer
Shaw said he may meet regularlywith _
An architecture professor who student representatives from

has taught at UF for more than 20 each studio and will ensure student

years was appointed acting archi- representation on faculty search

tecture department chairman ear- committees. He is keeping the

lier this week. same five-member student advi-

Acting Architecture Dean Rich- sory council Segrest appointed.

ard Schneider chose design in- David Karpook,advisory council

structor and researcher Leland member and graduate student,said

Shaw Monday to replace former the council's purpose is to express

chairman Robert Segrest. Schnei- student concerns to the chairman

der based his decision on student instead of having them filter downas 000
and faculty nominations collected complaints.

during the last two weeks. Although Karpook supports r r, 61. \

Shaw will remain chairman untila Segrest, he said he approved ofShaw's
permanent replacement can be
appointment."I 21 looks Beach Police fake ID during the Bear's
found Schneider said. Deirdre Murray, at the Daytona Department's j
have to say that if this had to Fair on Wednesday. Murray Is going to Panama Beach this year because she thinks the police
(Shaw's) immediate tasks are to
happen, I'm real glad (Shaw) got
crowds hassle.
are too strict In Daytona and the are a
build bridges between the depart- the job," Karpook said.

ment and architecture practitioners.in ACC President Brendan Ellis

. the state and communicationwithin to increase and said Shaw's objectivity is appropriate Police fair highlights lawsBy

maintain good for the job.

the" department and among "He's an excellent choice," Ellis and warned that they would be out "in full force."
students Schneider said.
said. "I think he'll be able to keepall "We will not be as tolerable to people: who speed
after Writer
The appointment comes parties happy." Alligator and will pull over anybody who is in excess of the

Segrest was reassigned to a faculty But graduate student Paul Miller Some students who attended the UF police maximum speed limit," Ornowski said. (
said weeks
Schneider two
position. said he and some other students department's eighth annual Bears' Fair WednesUF junior Vivian Schneider said the Bears' Fair
ago that"fundamental communication liked the way Segrest ran the grad- day were more interested in finding ways to get served as a warning to students who might con-
between the
problems faculty, uate program and are worried it around laws than learning how sider bending the rules.to .

chair and the administration"caused may change. make Spring Break safe.IPolice are reallycracking "Police are really cracking f

the change. "There is a viable concern that "Most of the questions students down, and students have to be

Shaw, who specializes In the reasons (we) came here are at asked me regarded how down, and very careful about where theyfasttheycouldgobeforeth
able and
designing playgrounds for risk of eliminated Miller y go and what they do-or they'll:
being students have to be
said he is
disabled children, busy "
said. would get pulled over, said end up spending their break in
learning his new job, and sees no Florida'' Patrol Schneider said.
Highway careful about jail,
Architecture Professor Rocke very
major department conflicts that Trooper Ten Ornowski. Police Business administration se-
need to be resolved."I Hill said there may have been a where and
officers from around the state they go nior Rob Craven blamedstudents'
perception during Segrest's termas
don't think there's much to
gathered at display tables on wild reputation on
chairman that the program was what they do or
repair, Shaw said. "The depart-' the Plaza of the Americas to those who arrive in Florida
ment is in pretty good shape." ical weighted side. more toward the theoret- answer students'questions on they'll end up spendfrom outofstate.laws .

Many students and a few faculty and penalties that affect "They get here and they have
members unsure about thedepartment's Shaw said it's necessary t to provide Spring Break partiers.Representatives ing their break injail" this obligation to party really
of classes
variety ranging
direction met three from the hard and go home with big stories
weeks ago to determine if there was from highly theoretical to strictly Florida Highway Patrol, Al- ,"Craven said,"whereas the
truth to rumors about department practical, and to balance both ap
any achua County Sheriffs Department Florida people are used to the
Vivian I Schneider
changes circulating throughout proaches.Hill .and the Gainesville and party atmosphere and the-

the college. Students also and architecture Professor Daytona Beach police at- UF junior beach scene, so it's not that big
organized through the Architecture Fred Morgan said most of the de- tended the event. of a deal."
College Council to gain a voicein partment faculty agreed Shaw
administrative decisions. would be the best choice for acting Ornowski said officers hoped to convince stuBut Craven, who plans to go to Coral Springs

They divided on whether the ar- chairman. dents to buckle their seatbelts and remember not and the Florida Keys next; week, said police shouldto

chitecture program was moving toward "Most everyone is pretty happy drink and drive during Spring Break. Officers expect students to let loose after studying for

theory or practice, and which about the solution to an unfortunate also asked students to slow down when driving several weeks and finally taking their midterms.

approach is better. But all agreed problem! : Morgan said.



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a rapid series of questions to the former Marine, Hall repeated her earlier congressional testimonythat
prosecutor Dan Webb tried to counter the defense she made changes to the original documents at
argument that North frequently acted behind North's direction. The altered documents were then \\M\.t\
Poindexter's back in selling missiles to Iran, and put back in a White House vault as though they were 1
providing arms and money to the Nicaraguan Contra the originals.She .
rebels. also testified that Poindexter worked on a false WED &THURS :
After defense lawyer Richard Beckler completed White House chronology about the secret U.S. arms
questioning North, Webb bore down on the retired sales to Iran. $ 1'OO LONG NECKSA
lieutenant colonel with question after question. Webb The toughest portion of Webb's final interrogationof
won potentially damaging admissions from North that North came when he zeroed in on a meeting in
Poindexter was a mastermind behind the scandal. which North lied to members of the House Intel-
North told Webb that Poindexter,who was Reagan's ligence Committee about his role in aiding the Con REAL PLACE TO DANCE REVERENCE 18 YRS T
national security adviser, knew about the secret planto tras.Webb 6 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE THURS, FRI, SAT, UNTIL 3
help the Contras, that he was one of the White asserting that North "lied and lied and lied"to
House officials in charge of the armsforhostagesdeals Congress under implicit orders from Poindexter,
with Iran and was involved in trying to conceal argued that Poindexter told North before the meetingto
both operations. "take care of it."
Poindexter, 53, is charged with five felony countsof In other trial developments Wednesday:
lying to Congress and obstructing its investigationof Webb introduced as evidence 'two White House
the scandal. messages from North to Poindexter, discussing the ATTENTION ADVERTISERS
The prosecution is trying to prove that the retired logistics of a secret 1985 delivery of U.S. missiles from
rear admiral broke the law by destroying some politi- Israel to Iran. Deadlinesfor
cally embarrassing documents, knew North was The prosecutor said that while three U.S. hostageswere
destroying others and also effectively ordered Northto eventually released during the missile deliveriesto
lie to Congress when it began investigating. Iran, three more Americans were taken captive. Spring BreakThe

valid argument. change its decision. Alligator will not be publishing from Monday, March 19
SENATEfrom Munoz has said he would be in through Friday, March 23 due to'the Spring Break holiday.
page 3 Gainesville this summer. One committee member who

a chance because, "he's not goingto Markus said she was shockedby vote voted Tuesday Sunday was due not to allowed to The deadline for Monday, March 26 is Thursday, March 15.
a personal
be here Summer B and Vision
the changes made over the last conflict with Markus. Another
(wanted) senators ("to) be here for, 48-hours. member also was not allowed to The deadline for Tuesday, March 27 is Friday, March 16.
the whole summer.
Markus said Vision leaders vote Tuesday because he did not
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support a candidate who might be 'meeting Tuesday night to change who therefore cast the decidingvote Display Classifieds
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all UF students regardless of race,
ALL SERVICES FREE But of all the possible violations, The group's proposed constitution creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation
EARLY crisis CONFIDENTIAL none will be as serious as violatinglaws states "the purpose and aims or any national origin."
PREGNANCY regmney COUNSELING regarding disorderly conduct, of (the group) shall be to make
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TEST > MANY OTHER policies and injustices practiced take action against any member
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of the problems and group, Wright said Tuesday he
j Some Florida hotels are turning cultural differences betweenraces has a list of about 40 supporterswho
students away during Spring ; and to provide a forum for are interested in becoming
ATTENTION Break, requiring most who stay in those opposed to the unfair treat members. When asked why the
their rooms to be at least 25 years ment of whites." number four was used, he said it
old, said Vince Gabianelli, a travel is the number of officers and it
STUDENT HEALTH Besides having Wright listed as
j agent at World Class Travel. president and Steven McCormickas "made things simpler."

I Those under 25 must work full vice president, the group has He also added that once approved
SERVICE time and not be students, also added two officers:Treasurer ,the group will hold a memo
Gabianelli said. Kenneth La Roe and Secretary bership drive.AlJigator .

SPRING BREAK HOURSdue I But Smith said that Daytona Daniel J. Petri. La Roe is a first- staff writer Ana Acle
Beach officials don't want to turn year law student and Petri is a contributed to this report.

to ASBESTOS REMOVAL visitors away from their beaches.

sunstlo"q.p wen.W61 14y "..., ......, "We want everyone to come TRIALfrom Chief Assistant State Attorney
Carlin said Rowe
John meant to
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MARCH experiences, Smith said. Wednesday. "All will agree Davidis

Meanwhile, an increasing number not normal. All will agree David job."The event that occurred was a
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 : of students are being lured has a mental defect, and all will particularly atrocious one be-

CLOSED 8:00: am 4:30: pm CLOSED away to bigger, quieter, different agree he was insane at the time cause it was without justification,"
destinations, travel agents say. of the offense." Carlin said in his opening remarksto

12. am 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 "Spring break is still hot here, Rowe's lawyers, who will call the jury. "That young man,
a RESUME FULL SERVICE 8 am 8 pm but this year foreign destinationswere their first witness this afternoon, without warning, thrust a knife
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all aroundIt's

the Thursday before Spring Break and odds areun-

less there's a test in class, not too many people are there.
As for the students attending class, their minds probably

aren't exactly focused on the lecture in the front of the ,,
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Just as this annual spring fling brings out each student

and professor's yearning desire to be out of the class-

room, it also brings out the usual lectures on responsible ,:;:

drinking and safe sex. IWOKE

Wednesday, law enforcement officers from Alachua
County and Daytona Beach and Mothers Against Drunk

Driving set up tables and exhibits on The Plaza of the

Americas to give students a few last minute reminders.

There were fliers listing ordinances for several popular

Florida vacation spots. There was a display showing con-
fiscated fake ID s from around the country and the penal-

ties involved in using one. Of course, there were
reminders that the drinking age is still 21.

The paraphernalia had one thing in common: a simply

stated concept. Breaking the rules means serious trouble.

For example: How to prepare for the LSATOn

Open alcoholic beverage containers are not per- -
mitted in public or on the beach in a majority of Florida the park-and-ride bus one morning last fall, a
towns including Daytona, Clearwater,St.Augustine, Key thick-necked, Greek-lettered guy told his identical eo Alan J. Murley
West and Hollywood. friend, The LSAT can count five times as much as L

N A person possessing a forged, stolen, borrowed, fic- your G.P.A" AW SCHOOLprep
"I heard ten times, said the friend.I .
titious or counterfeit Florida Driver's License or ID card course. She attained the 96th percentile anyway
I heard otherwise, and this broadcasted ignorance
can face penalties up to five years in prison or a $5,000 -why does one bus-borne conversation always inflict using those books with what must have been the
discipline of a monk. I lack such discipline, so I did
fine and revocation of the driver's license.
a itself on the rest of us? irritated me.
Stanley Kaplan.Did .
An underage person purchasing alcoholic beveragescan You can't tell just what the score weighs, said not took, because enrolling in Kaplan is like
face up to 60 days in jail or a $500 fine. admissions people at U.F., Yale and one or two other joining a gym -what builds muscle is the work you
A first-time offender for Driving Under the Influencecan schools. The variables are too many. Yet you can't do alone. Kaplan also provides what the library does,
help wondering which datum, score or G.PA, has a place whose only is the task at hand. That
face a minimum fine of $250, at least six months more clout.Rennard Strickland,the best part of whose purpose
revocation of the driver's license, possible imprisonmentfor How to Get Into Law School is the title, said good place includes the company of when other wretched pre-law blown
types, which is nice to have you've just
up to six months, at least 50 hours of community ser- grades will outweigh a low score more easily than vice half a logic games section, as I often did.
vice and mandatory attendance at a substance abuse versa. Why? Because of what Pete Rose said a lot By themselves,those features don't justify the$695
about in inflatable auditorium heart.
our -
education course. fee. The instruction almost does, but what makes
In Daytona Beach, people will be charged with disor- Strickland,who served on a law-school admissions Kaplan worth it are tapes that explain each practice
committee, said good grades imply that you're willingto
The section in meticulous detail: why this is wrong and
balconies hotels.
derly conduct for climbing at past work,a high score that you have ability. Poor grades that right and how to see both quickly.The tapes help
few years, several Spring Break deaths around the state with a high score, then, imply that you have ability you acquire techniques. Practicing, you develop
have been attributed to people falling off balconies. but don't use it. timing, build stamina and meet the enemy.Of .
Every UF student is capable of having an enjoyable But does the[LSAT(pronounced"L-S-A-T;"L-SAT course you can get all that, as Ariel did,without
break without getting behind the wheel of a car drunk, or is jargon) really test ability? In Cracking the System: writing a hefty check to Kaplan. The right distinction
The LSAT Adam Robinson of the Princeton Review
between maddeningly similar choices can elude you
in for down the beach with
getting jail walking an
said it merely tests how good you are at taking it. He's even with the best books, though. Kaplan's tapes and
open beer. There are far too many options out there to mistaken. If it tested only skill, signal scores wouldbe teachers guide you. So would BAR/BRI's,but Kaplanis
help avoid these tragic situations. the sure result of enough practice.Why they aren'tis the Pizza Hut of prep overpriced but reliable.
Choose a designated driver. Take a cab. Stop drinking explained by the "butter knife" analogy.Its Maybe you can't afford to dismiss the fee, though,
before losing control. Think.A author is the amiable J. Michael Patrick, assis- as being less than what the Pentagon pays for a coffeepot
final note: When it comes to Spring Break's "extracurricular" tant dean for admissions at our law school. You can I couldn't,so I looked into the bargain fare,which
sharpen a butter knife, he said, only so much; what they would probably rather I didn't mention.
activities, don't forget that Sex Under the In- matters most is what there is to sharpen. A logic
This is how it works: ((1)) you send them a pathetic
fluence can be just as deadly as DUI. Don't assume that course will help that, according to successful test letter with a copy of your 1040EZ; ((2)) they knock offa
everything will be fine if safe sex isn't practiced. takers I asked and to me. So will high-protein reading. third; ((3)) you play cool; ((4)) they knock off another
Each year after spring break, there's a rash of calls to What everyone planning to face the test still has time third; ((5)) you ask your dad for the third they wouldn't
the Infirmary about sexually transmitted diseases, said for, though preparation.That knock off. For me, steps two through four took placein
should include reading Robinson's bookat class. That may
pithy their office right before the first
Health Educator Supervisor Joanne Auth. Don't expect a
least twice. He hands you tips you won't get elsewhere have helped. It was like flying stand-by.
potential partner to "take care of it, and oral contracep- and at his best he's fun to read. Arco and Alan J. Murley, a senior in philosophy, scored in the
tives won't protect anyone from STD s. Barron's aided Ariel Steele, who didn't bother with a 94th percentile on the LSAT. _

Let's be careful out there folks. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

alligator Don't test Macein Not only were my eyes irritated for owning Mace because it tends to
Editor days and my contact lenses permanently leak due to age and heat exposure.

Lucy Chabot a public placeEditor damaged, but this was a Additionally, any weapon a per-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor severe injustice to me. son carries can be turned against

Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton : Beware of Mace-wieldy Mace is not necessarily the that person by an assailant.A better
citizens. Anyone who carriesMacemust answer to warding off potential as- alternative is to learn crime preven-
'Utter Policy treat it like the weapon thatit sailants. The police who tion and secondarily, physical
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (bout one 8-by-10 pig). They should be sergeant
typed doub-.apeced: and sln.d!, they should Include typed name address and telephone is. A few weeks ago I entered a taught the self-defense class I at- defense techniques.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call restroom at CSE in which someone tended last summer discouragedthe Theresa Howtey
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* My Left Foot Lewis shot to prominence with his
Oaks Six East one-two punch of A Room With A
This is the of View and Laundrette "
story Christy My Beautiful "The All New...
Brown, a hard-drinking and He played, respectively, a prig-
abrasive Irishman who rises up gish Englishman and an earthy, la Maim
from obscurity to gain acclaim for lower-class gay man. DayLewiswas 2701 SW 13th St. '
his artistic ability in writing and so commanding in each role Air I
painting. that it was a while before audiences I
Christy's childhood is colorfulbut realized both characters were L -. ....
typical. His family is poor but portrayed by the same actor. Under New Ownership
loving; his father is full of bluster Then came Stars and Bars, a
but basically good. Christy plays failed comedy (no one's perfect!) pre-redecorating specials 377.i22Q
football with the boys and flirts and The Unbearable Lightness of
with the girls. Being,one of the great films of the Up to $610 in free rent formerly
The Bicycle Club
And, oh yes, Christy (Daniel past decade In which Day-Lewis Special Summer Rates
Day-Lewis) has cerebral palsy. It time with the entire Brown family, through sheer force of will Security & 24 hour maintenance
is the great achievement of My Left not just Christy. In fact, My Left turned himself Into a sexually 2 lighted tennis courts & racquetball courts
Foot that this is just one of many Foot is as much about how mothers magnetic doctor living in Less than 1 mile from U.F.
facts about his life. never want to see their sons grow Czechoslovakia.
Christy's obstacles are enorE up as anything else. Because Christy might very well be his Customer Satisfaction Guaranteed
only his body Christy is physically) challen ed, best achievement yet. It is a fierce
trol dexterity his mother gets Hhuncons and funny performance under the
.We him fro I wish granted for[Mra Ion most strenuous circumstances.
d palf sty is vvritjeveryone I He becomes SU( lfiR.aJ Day-Lewis is in the tradition of CPI photofinish-i folio
a {[remains dependcflonwond : Laurence Olivie1-and probably his one hour photo
: ( Pricker) tan BBiIy| jealouWf aJiftvoir equal.He is a great character actor
adult career as a great artist.In who catches his eye. Fricker's per- who can carry an entire film and %
between are countless physical formance is subtle and quite will gracefully segue into finely I ISave 50 II I IS
and emotional challenges, but deserving of the Oscar nomination tuned supporting roles late in his
Christy's achievements never she's received.But career.There. I've said it: He Is the I
seem "inspiring or "heartwarming. at the center of it all is Daniel new Olivier. I'll just keep saying on color processing& 4x6 prints II I II
." The movie's too good for Day-Lewis. He gives a technically that for the next 20 years and even- Each picture is the best it can be
that. It's simply a funny, fascinat- brilliant performance, which tually people will agree with me. I I
ing story told with honesty. should come as no surprise. Day- BY MICHAEL CILTZ or we reprint it free. now!

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Over the break, ponder our next ., semble. For more info, call 392-0227.
The University Gallery will hold a
question if, or when, your capabilitiesare t B BTs[ public reception Thursday night at 7:30:
in order.Some people think spring for "Divergent Styles: Contemporary
break is a mindless quest to rid the American Drawing," a show featuring the
works of 13 known artists,
internationally including pop-artist
of brain cells( other cells)
body among '! Keith Haring, who died this year of an AIDS-related illness.
but we here at APPLAUSE realize its

value as a rich learning experience.OK "Visions of Narcissism," a group show, opens at the Ar-
here's the question: What did titotium,410 NW 13th Street, Saturday night at 7:30.: The opening
will be marked by a "surreal extravaganza with esoteric effects.
you learn over spring break? Be as !f For more Information, call 335-9796.
funny as you can without hurting : Dance Alive!, the company in residence at Santa Fe Community -
yourself. The best answer wins a $5 I College,will perform the popular romantic ballet, Giselle,
gift certificate from Hyde &: Zeke at the Florida Theater,233 W.University Ave.,Thursday through
Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday afternoon at 2. After Sunday's
Records,since no one won it last week.In I matinee, Dance Alive I invites the public to "Can We Talk?" an
case you missed it the first time,call = "exciting afternoon" discussion concerning Giselle. For ticket
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charge to UF research faculty members for .
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U 'L f R A ,ME'- ,G A

Cornell Talks About GREATNESSBy

The New Album, Etc.

If playing music were brain Ultramega OK got them a Grammy one of the most important things a
surgery, then Soundgarden wouldbe nomination for Best Metal Performance band can do, and he attributes ,
doing it with chain saws. Or and a contract on A&M Soundgarden's increased
maybe their bare hands. Their Records, with a bigger budget and popularity almost solely to that. j
music is simple and strong, and at total musical freedom. Thus, their They also have a few videos out for
., ., ::.-: 1- times chaotic. It is also loud. Very second album, Louder Than Love, is the new album, which may help ; ,, i
'" ,
t: loud.The noise level they produce essentially more of the same ener them a \bit; although Cornell thinks
would be illegal at some airports. gy-infused, apocalyptic stuff their that using videos for promotion
In fact, the show I was going to see fans are used to. I think the new instead of entertainment "sucks."
was canceled' according to lead album sounds a bit more reserved, The end result of all this is that
singer Chris' Cornell, because possibly to be a little more you'll be seeing a lot more of
Florida Atlantic University marketable, but
wouldn't allow the band to play Corne 11 disagrees.
louder than 100 decibels. "I think Ultramega
ANDY "I can,sing, acoustically, at over OK jumped off the
100 decibels," Cornell said. vinyl lieu than it
Their music isn't easy to Louder Than Love #; M
FINE describe. Some have compared it to myself," he said.
Led Zeppelin. I think they sound "We didn't mess
like Black Sabbath on acid.Perhaps around as much on
Cornell describes it best. Louder Than Love, -4 AO
"It's like giant glaciers slowly but it was becausewe
melting and entrenching in just didn't feel }x,
canyons on the insides of people's like it." t
craniums." The new album
'f .:.,-:... Whatever. If it's anything, it's has also given the
t aggressive. On any given song, band a broader ap-
m Kim Thayil seems to physically tear peal, attracting both
: ;"J. the chords from his guitar, while the alternative and
i ji Matt Cameron beats his drums to heavy metal
I \\f shreds. Top it all off with Cornell crowds. Soundgarden -
ay, I-j;f.: '" wailing like a banshee, and you've has always had
"j y. ,. got something that sounds like it's alternative appeal,
-. ff; not of this earth. but their metal fol-
(, Those familiar with Soundgar lowing is a fairlynew
,'.4e 3;' den may have noticed that I've thing. ,Cornell
f' neglected to mention bassist Hiro thinks this is due to
iL '", Yamamoto. That's because he left the attitude the
tf.tf; the band. band projects with
." ;" "He just wasn't into it anymore," its music."I .
.' {t Cornell said. "I also think that he can see where a
was intimidated by playing in front metal ,,audience
of larger and larger" crowds." would like us," he
Yamamoto was replaced by said. "Metal is a
Jason Everman, who was pre- very strict genre
viously with the band 'Nirvana. where the bands fol-
Whether or not Everman makes the low the rules. but r
same contribution to the band that we don't, so I think
AT RIGHT: Yamamoto did remains to be seen. that anyone who
"We haven't written anything' likes the rawness of
The Boys In with our new bassist (Everman) metal,or what metal
yet,"Cornell said."He may help us started out as, will
The Band- write songs, or he may just writer like us."
the bass lines.,I don't know." Sound garden's
Kim Tha Y One thing is certain: They are unique musical
good. Both of their LPs are testa- style stems from a
Matt Cameron ment to the imagination and talent variety of different
of this Seattle quartet. influences. Accord-
Jason E verman, The. first of the two, Ultramega ing to Cornell, most
OK was released on the underground -' of it is based on
and Chris
SST label, and sounds like American inde-
Cornell a musical descent into Hell. The pendentlabelbands
album received heavy publicity, such as
and critical ravings from the likes Hflsker DO and the
I of Rolling Stone and Spin. AccordIng Minutemen,as well as some British Soundgarden. Their brand of
; to Cornell, the band was used stuff. music may end up being the musicof
li* to it. ""That was the stuff that everyonein the '90s strong and aggressive -
"We've always had that kind of the band listened to. We all had but without typical metal :-" I
1; press," Cornell says, "but it's our own stuff that we liked, but cliches. They are clearly on their ,.' N' ?,i'i
,, broader now." that was the stuff we'had in com- way up. Co pick up either album t-<; :
In fact, they got calls from A&M mon," Cornell said.Soundgarden and you'll see what I mean. Songs 'i:: :I
Records (their current label) before isn't planning to like "Head Injury" from Ultramega ',,," _,
; : v they released anything. "They record a new album anytime soon. OK, or "Big Dumb Sex" from .. ,_
were only offering independent- Instead they will tour for the next Louder Than Love will bring the
sized budgets, though, so we two months to support Louder Than walls down around you, and both
figured we might as well stay on Love.Currently,they're on the road albums are capable of transforming -
an independent label." with Voivod and Faith No More. you from an average person to
The response generated by Cornell believes that touring is a screaming Soundgarden fan. "

.. ., ,'. .. I ,.._ v...." -"sv or ,Krt.vH. ,. J M ..N APPLAUSE I FIVE ofSoundgarden'sChris

side, either. To top things off, they
have toured South Florida with

Soundgarden, which is one of my 4, M1
favorite bands. It looked pretty

promising.If .
you judge an album before

you listen to it like I did, you are
destined for a life of sorrow.Someof
the coolest albums in the world ,"

.Y.p have heinous covers, and vice

versa, but I forgot that. Thus, The
Big F let me down.

y t On most of their songs, they rip .. ,
a J off the Cult so blatantly that they

probably have already been sub-

poenaed. Take this into account

along with the fact that the Cultis

basically a Led Zeppelin rip-off,

and the whole thing gets pretty ..
--- silly. At times, they also manageto a
The Big F There are those who have to expand their horizons and

The Big F learn the hard way, however. mimic AC/DC (of the Bonn Scott
Some people just weren't bornto Several bands come to mind, suchas era). In fact, the singer sounds a l.._ __ __.:.

be musicians. After all, if Enuff Z'Nuff and New Kids on bit like he really is Bonn Scott Maybe The Big Farce?" Or The can't even listen to the whole

everyone could play in a good the Block. The Big F also falls into (raised from the dead, that is). Big Failure?" None of those seemsto thing. Such is the case with

band, we'd all be rich and famous this category.I There is at least one semiinteresting do it. There is one word left, Heretix's new album, Gods and

and there'd be a horrible I wanted to like this band. Real- guitar part in the first song, which I'm sure you can come up Gangsters. At least for me,

limousine shortage. Since this is ly. Their album, entitled The Big F, "Killing Time," but that's it. Mostof with on your own, that seems to anyway. I realize that I probably

not the case, most of us are has an interesting cover a sort the time, they're inclined to beata adequately describe this record. sound like an arrogant fool, be-

resigned to simply sit back and of phallic-looking picture of two riff to death. Hint: It never would be used on cause I didn't even give these

listen to those who have "The severed ears and a knife, stolen This brings us to the burning "The Brady Bunch." guys a real chance, but they are

Gift," content with the knowledgethat straight from a Hieronymous question: What does "The Big F" Heretix bad. That's bad as in nauseating.As .

we too have our place in the Bosch painting. They don't have stand for? I'll take a few stabs at Gods and GangstersYou far as I can tell, they are just

worldsomewhere else. any cheesy liner notes on the in- it. How about The Big Flop?" know an album sucks if you another part of the plague of pop-

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. metal bands that's been ravaging beings have left the island and hopefully on purpose.

..|the United States lately The guitar made records, the most notable of Other bands play on the album.

'\ riff's are weakjhe bass lines sound "WeiisTAlYarj butt There are two songs by a

and t riUkre absfflcU /thtW zydeco/polka fusion band called

: Itho nlng. M really ru Jjfhe wor Brave Combo, as well as some ,
fJ\ 0 1 e good g I ndJBJdiculousmysterious oldies that seem to fit the Cumby

!':;, th 0 e um I 't' u th u en e experience, such as "Bend Me,

tY en ut d Ince en um e Shape Me" by Donna McElroy.The .
!lhe same sense of overwhelming telepaths of NoveltyIsle Green Album is definitely

4 :first five songs. time,because Buena Vista Recordshas listenable. The album is really

The guys of Heretix are going to released an album devoted en- cheesy, but in the sort of way that

have to try again if they want to tirely to Cumby, dammit. That's makes one believe it's supposedto

reap the spoils of pop-metal star- right, the little green guy with the be that way. After all, who
dom. Gods and Gangsters would be Bobby Brown haircut. Not only could make a Cumby album with ::1'

put to better use as the compactdisc that; they managed to get some serious intent?

\ ', element of one of those "CD notable people, such as Moon Unit Unfortunately, a novelty album

Clocks" that you see advertised in and Dweezil Zappa, and Frank loses its novelty around the fourthor

j Rolling Stone. Or maybe as a highly Sinatra Jr., to perform songs for it. fifth listen. This one will get

o lethal, nearly indestructible, non- The album opens with the endless airplay on "The Dr. :1'f

returning boomerang. Zappas' "(In Love) With You, Demento Show," which is about

Various artists Cumby," which sounds like it was the best any novelty album ever

The Green Album written by the Co-Co's. It also Includes can hope for. It would be Interest- .:....

Somewhere in the world there Isan a quirky, westernish song ing to keep around if you were '

island where the people who by Jonathan Richman called "I ever in the mood for some light- "!; .

dream up novelty records reside. Like Cumby," and a psychedelicromp hearted, alternative tunes. How- .
f\1The\ island hasn't been found by called "We All Are Gumby" ever, if you're looking to spend .

Mf\\ nodern man yet. If it had, we'd by Flo and Eddie,previously in the money on something captivatingas ,\

ave destroyed it without a Turtles. Another notable song on well as musically interesting,
econd thought. Instead, these the album is Frank Sinatra Jr.'s this is not the album you're look- 'c. ,

novelty people," as we shall call rendition of "The Cumby Heart ing for (unless the telepaths from ". !

em, telepathically corrupt the Song," which was Cumby's that Island have gotten into your .W" '

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Manaro'sSince La Fiesta
The Club CafeGainesville's
1955. "Some things never change. Mexican Restaurant
healthy alternative Gen- fortunately, your good taste and our G-ville'snewest authentic Mexican res-
erous portions prepared with an em- Vnwlwim
delicious Italian food. have
consistently taurant. family restaurants
phasis on low cholesterol & low salt &
high fiber, All foods are oil free. Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm. been serving the Southeast for 16 yrs. SEAFOODCapt'n
Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- lunch 11am-
Serving daily specials
Choose from a variety of muffins, bagels
taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire 2:30pm&deliciousdmnerentree's510weekdays
salads, ,
pasta potatoes
welcome. Fresh dishes daily including it 5-10:30: weekends. Comein
sandwiches, fresh fruits, ,
yogurt gra- chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & home- & give us a try! 7038 NW 10th Pl.
nola & smoothies. Try our new grilled La ConchaThe
made desserts at affordable prices. (between Service Merchandise & Mr.
chicken or vegeburger sandwiches. Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail- Han's) 332-0878. Louie's Galley
Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. flavor of Key West right here in
able. 2 1/2 miles from Introducing salads by the pound.Fix .
Mon-Sun. Inside the C'ville Health & Only campuseast to-go Gainesville. Spanish and Latin American
Fitness Center. 377- ( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. them yourself for 2.75 per lb. And Cuisine. M-F 11am-830pm: 4002
4955. Westgate Regency (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall our fantastic buffet to go by the pound. W.Newberry Rd. Plaza West 378-4002.
372-4690. s Prices vary. 309 N.W. 13th St.

ITALIANLeonardo's Market Street Pub
Fine handcrafted meats & sausages, LaFitte's Seafood and
imported beer in a jovial English Pub
atmosphere. Located downtown 120 Raw Bar
SW 1st Ave. 3772927.Murphy's 11 S.E. 1st Ave. 3729928For
Mexican and 10 years offering the best seafood in
Experience the Renaissance, progres- Pub Gainesville. Blackened, Broiled, and Great Steaks
sive and fresh fish in alterna-
pastas an American RestaurantButler
Grilled...Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que
tive atmosphere. Offering Thai Plaza 375-4064. Jumbo Margaritas Daily Specials Shrimp, Tuna, Caviar, Oysters, Stone Beef & SpiritsFor
Chicken, Cajun Shrimp. Gorgonzola Deli Sandwiches & Ice cold beer!
are our Specialty! Open 7 days a and Video Crab, Steak, Chicken and Quail. the best steaks and prime rib in
Billiards Darts
Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and games.
Chicago Style Pizzas. DaVind's de- week. Monday thru Saturday 11 am- Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur. Nightly fresh specials. Every Sunday, Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
Afterwards homemade 1:15: am and Sunday from 1 pm-10.15: llam-12pm. Fri.-Sat. llam-lam. Sun. Monday&Tuesday night:All The Gar- charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
light. enjoy pm. Happy Hour daily 11 am-6 pm. lic, Mustard, Maryland Style Crabs your dinner. Chicken & Seafood too!
desserts, & a ter- Ipm-lOpm. 5112 NW 34th St. across
espresso cappucdno DAILY SPECIALS: Monday Long Is. You Can Eat! Lunch M-F 11-3. Dinner Open daily 5-10. for 1 well drinks &
chef. S- from the YMCA 3724751.
rific wine list. Mark Newman pool.
Iced Tea Jumbos$4.95,Tuesday Sex on 5-12, M-Sun. Now taking reservations. dollar drafts from 5-7 p.m. 6-pound
Th. 5-10 & Fri. It Sat. 5-11 706
pm pm. the Beach Jumbos $495, Wednesday challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 373-4301.
W.Univ. Ave. 378-2001
Jumbo Margaritas $4.25, Thursday all Red Lion
Import Beers 99t, Fajita Combo Dinnerfor Tavern & Grill
2 only $7.95 on Monday and Tues-
day. We accept VISA and MasterCard. been Jammin!Come by and see the hot- Purple Porpoise THAITim's

For test ladies in town! Nightly beer spe- Oyster Pub

InformationRegarding El Toro cials.Grill open 12-12. 2413SW 13th St. 1728 W.Univ.Ave. Happy Hour47pmMF.
3786320Shelley's Oyster Happy Hour 2-4pm daily
Mexican Restaurant and 7-close Drink
Monday Night. specials -
Out On The Town, Thai RestaurantBrings
Lunch lam-
1723 SW 13th St. Tavern every night. specials
Contact Great Mexican Food 7 Days Dancing Barmaids. Now open at 11am 2pm. Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25< you the "Best Blend of the OrI-
Lynn Spinello No Brag-Just Fact. for lunch. Pool Tournament every and $2.00 pitchers. ent." Open Mon-Sat, dosed Sun. Visa,
376-4482 Wed. Daily Specials. 6900 SW ArcherRd. MC, AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-

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music and come together musically. It feels good

and we have a good time. But then when we play live, it's a
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thing. I feel total Joy when I'm really 100 percent flying into it.

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The way we feel, we play.
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Fugazl will play at 10 p.m. Friday at the American Legion Hall, 521 E. University Ave.
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THURSDAY' .MARCH..._.___ IS! ., -1990--- ALLIGATOR. 7



III Classifieds -



1 FURNISHEDLarge 3 FOR RENTSALERental lAURELSI) F needed for Fall Own bd/bt/ !.

. Classifications o How to place a I wid, micro, pool v/b-ball workout room,
lots of extrail Lease Aug. '90 $250/mo &
classified ad one bedroom furnished four blocks Homes 1/3/ ut 335.5954. 31655
from library Available May 1. $24S/mo from $260

1 For Rent Furnished Call Walt 338.2071. 31661 378.9291 I Own rm $187/mo In a beautifully turn 3/2
In Person
2 For Rent Unfurnished : 1/2 twnhs F only. W.0. Share 1/3 util
Cash, check MC VISA. Summer C 3bdr Point
or Condo Cypress SUBLEASE: Very private Sue 332.164?. Call soon
3 Mobile Homes Females, Immaculate $500/mo/ close to
The Office
Alligator UF call Fred at 372.0113. Serious
student to have own room in
For Bent/Sale/ ,05, W UrwersilyAve. 4 HOUSEAPT.LAKEWOOD house In quiet neighborhood less than 1mi

4 Sublease House/Apt./ M.F 8.m..pm FOR RENT: VILLAS sublease for I from campus, l20/mo ft 1/3 utilities
Main BookstoreHub summer 3733332.
5 Roommates Customer Service Desk 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk option for fall 2 1/2 bdr/2ba $490/mi

6 For Sale M FSam ".30 pm 335'4217. Ibl to campus m/f for own mater rm/ba in
has w/ wd firs, fire pi, 2 sundecks. no
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270 $280.
7 Deal Estate Reitz Union Cashier Office Sublet Ibd/unt/ Wind meadow., March I lease, $175 S 1/5 util & dep avbl now.
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. See through July 372.8752 leave message
M-F8am-9pm. Sal. noon 9 pm 3739145 32755
Plus LMR. Pool. laundry. no cats or dogs.Santa ,
8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm Fe Trace APIS 378 1180. 4.30.75- Sublease ibdr In Country Village apt
Rockwood Villas 2 F/NS for fully furn
9 Autos Medical Bookstore Shands Only $143/mol for May.Aug. Great location .
Oak Glade Apts Near UF A VA, quiet 3bd/3ba, summer only. $200/mo & 1/3
F,8am-430pm & pool. Call Debbie at 376 1685 3 .
10 Wanted ulil 335 9764. 3 27 5-5
washer/dryer available in most units for

11 Services By Mall: $20 mo. Cats Allowed. I 1B2B 1428ath Oxford Manor. We'II Pay You $100 to sublet ,
Trinidadian seeks stdnl rmmt fr Mar 31.
Use forms weeklyin $250.$350, sec ft Imr 372.6422. 4.30- May-Aug., great location 2bd/2bs,
appearing Jul 31 $170/mo Gator Town
: : ; brng
12 typing Services the All gator. Sorry, no cash by SPACIOUSONE $494/mo near tennis/pool Call 373 own frnltr.: Dirk 378.6138 aftr 9pm fr mr

13 Help Wanted mall.I MC, VISA, or checks only. BEDROOM APT. 4786. 315.4.4Brandywine Info 3.27.5-5

Phone 373-FIND ONLY $263MOLYONS 2br 2ba
14 Business Personals By : APT4000SW20THAV N/S F to share 3bdr/3ba apt at Polo for
Payment by VISA or Mastercard From 5/15 to 8/15 .
summer Call 3365658. 3 26 4 5
1$ Personals 377-8787
ONLY Five dollar minimum Best rate you'll find I
Call Jim at 378.0293. 3.154.4
M F830 .
16 Connections 4pm INCREDIBLE Quiet Mature F to share 2bdrll b. Duplexin

Efficiency Apt SW .area near UF, mostly furn,
SPYGLASS APTS Sublease for
: summer
17 Notices o How to correct or Starting at $185 3bdr/3ba, washer/dryer, price negotiable $180/mo. 112 util, noise, 335.9622 Lisa
18 Rides Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom
Please call 335.1144. 327.5.4SUBLEASE
cancel ad: CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE Student/professional to share a nice
19 Pets your 110 NW 39th Ave 3br/2ba all furnished, only 2br/2baths apt Cenl.a/h.pstiotrees.
378.3988 $157 1/2 utils,deposit. 822 NW 39 Ave
20 Lost& Found Cancellations: $450 lor summer optional to renew 373.8310 3.26 35
375-3881 -
lease Close to 3753187. 3 15
Call 373 FIND Mon. Fri 8. 4 pm. campus

No refunds can be given Check Our New Specials' 243bdr2baapt 6 FOR SALE

All Amenities Available
Alligator errors: In Pmetree Gardens May t to
Q When will your ad run? Check your ad the FIRST day it runs FURNISHED Roommates UNFURNISHED Available August Only $584/mol Call Laura at 335 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
before 4023 or leave message 31634MF brands are all at our New Locationl Car
Call 373 FIND with any corrections
We're No. 1
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372

Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE noon. THE FOR ALLIGATOR THE FIRST IS ONLY DAY REGENCY. OAKS roommate, ASAP, no dep, req. $147 2070.
378 5766
plus ut for one room. Call 374.7060 and
DAYS after
they are placed
3230 SW Archer Road
leave name and number for Frank 3.27. Rockford, Foagate, Yamaha, Pioneer,
Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. COUNTRY GARDENS Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm The Beat

Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given alter' 373,4500 Spyglass avail 4/1 IBdrm first floor Car Sterio Installers In town Car Ste-

placing the ad Changes called in after' 2001 SW 16th Street Pool, tennis, wgt room, carpeting, an d r.o 10 Go. 375.1834.
THREE days to appear Ads the first day will not be compensated a/c and ceiling fans, $440 Call S.ndy]

may run for any length of time Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the after 6pm 335.4687. 31654 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
and be cancelled at any time Customer error or changes: price of one Pool, tennis stuns, wt any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
Corrections must be made in person at room. Stonendge Apts 3800 SW 34 St Sublet Mar 20 Aug. Colonial Manor Apt. demo. Call 336.9193 student, message
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON 3751121' 430452 Smln walk to UF on SW. br/1 ba lurn. 1

for cancelled ads There will bee $2.00 correction lee pool. $265/mo. Mar free Call Lee 378
4 or 3 bd 2bth HOUSE 201' NW 10 St by 3199 31624 Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman Home

UF now or 5/1 carport, cent air, wood and Car Stereo Pioneer, Saneul, Sher-
floors, College Park Properties: 411" NW Live at POLOS this summer! 2bd/2ba, wood, and more We Beat All Prlceel!
1 5 SI371-7777., own wash/dry, microwave 490/mo/ May 1' 373.3754. 430696

Augreg( 620)), cable. Jacuzzi morel 374
HUGE 2bd 2bth now or Fall Bel' Air Apts 4917 MICRO CENTERComputers 376 1146,

FARM LIQUIDATION1st 636 NW 28 Ave (off 8 St). Spacious Editor choice CompuAdd Northgate
grounds. magnificent' oaks College Park WANT TO SUBLEASEAPT H P. Price same or lower than mail
OFFERING Properties 371.7777. 3.16.11-2 2.250 order, Systems below, Include 1mb, 40mb
371.6103 AFTER 5 monitor .
((28ms), graphics "
ALACHUA COUNTY RESIDENTS 2BD $249 STUDIO $199 110 NW 15 St ((1 MC 288/12-$1195, Packard Bell $1295,

from blk to UF) & 1222 NW 8 Av College Park 5 ROOMMATESFemale MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20
5 Acres
$18,900 Properties 411 NW 15lh St 371.7777, 3. I $2399 PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery .

10 minutes to 1-75 and Oaks Mall. These beautiful parcels haveit $1899 CompuAdd 810 wi 20mb & graphics .
Townhouse Ir
to share 2bdr/2ba I
1bd walk in closet Village West Apts 800 .
monitor $970 1 & 3 warrantiesOr
all rolling pasture large oaks paved road & power. Perfectfor ft SW Area, fully furnished, washer/dryei year
NW 18 Av (take 9 St N from 16 Av) 371' warranties Panasonic 1180 printer
commuters or future retirement. Owner will finance. Great 7777, 371'.0251 Now or fall 316112 $225/mo ft 1/2 utll Call 3356273. 3 30 .S,85.HPL..erJellip-SIO..0."OSW

selections. Call Now. Patten Corp., owner, from 8:30: to 8:30: F N/S for own bdr/ba at Rocky Point Apia 34th St 308 W Univ Ave
Available now, SW: 2bdr, screen porch,
fully turn except bdr. Avail May 6 $209/mi/ 0,
904-495-3441 Ext. 818 wash/dry. ceiling fans. cent heat/air, ft 1/2 utll 336.3918 LV MSG. 3.26.10.S For Sale 87' Jawa Moped with low miles.Please .
near bus, $375. 3730701. 1672 contact Justin at 374.4870. $350

Grad atudents/resident/professional' bi(g lobo. 32756
- - -
Avail Nowl In The Pines 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba
beautiful NW home, own br/bath garage,
Townhouse Apt, dishwasher, w.lk.ln p i SALE
priv., all amenities" Must see $300/ 1/i
StsWteyH. Kaplan closet!. lots of room, pets ok. 375 3889 or utll. 371-6379, 17 ft., wings, good shape
375.3..0.. 31652 Call John 338.1004

SPYGLASS Need 2 rmmts, M/F to r r Leave Message 31656
The SMART MOVE 1 or 2 Persons needed to take over lease 3bd/3ba apt Own bd/ba. Lease beginning(

for summer 2bed,2bath Oak Forest Apt, May, Call Michael at 335.2117, 3165F Sleeping Big, 88-X 28',21/2 Ibs, goose
PREPARATION FOR: 235 per person 373,4220 ask lor Tally down, used once 371-2125, leave message .

N/S rmmt needed to share 2bd/2ba fur 31856
AVAILABLE NOW! Discount rent 2 bedroom
DAT apt at Brandywme $137/mo & 1/4 util,
MCAT SAT home with fireplace. yard new. Available May. Call 335.9846. 33010M Bookcase ((2)); drawer chest, solid
paint Only 1 block to UF, 373.5018. 3 wood unfinished, excellent condition

GMAT LSAT GRE N/S to share 2bdr/iba, i95/mo/ & 1/i 2! 371'.2125, leave message 31656
Behind Norman Hall. 2BR/2BA townhouse util', 1 mile from UF, Call Todd 336.4010
duplex. Hardwood doors Fresh paint Couch big shaped beige tweed, can

$285 separate into 3 smaller couches with 2

Call 377-0014 KEY MANAGEMENT F prof or grad student share house, l Ig(I foot cushions $225 obo Call after 2pm
372-3060 turn bdr/ba, $2SO/mo includes util Wendy), 377.5681. 31546

Great 2BRII BA off Tower Rd. Carpet, 3712981 330105 .
Windsurf Fanatic 340. Fun/Race/ like
dishwasher, hookups, minis $295 M/NS roommate needed for 3bdr/2b I new Thule racks harness. O'Neill wetsuit

ID KEY MANAGEMENT. house located 5 miles from campus. $1000 obo 335.8.' 3.16.56
372 3060 Washer/dryer $180/mo & 1/3 utilities I

1. 1632 deposit! Call 375.8189. 31655 Large studio easel $75. Cost $400 Large
frames $10.20 es 377.5792 3.
Super 2BR 1 1/2 BA Condo townhouse picture
Pool complex Washer/dryer, breakfastbar Needed Male NS
mini's/verticals. $450 From 515'615Brandywme Classlfleds. '

KEY MANAGEMENT Best rate you'll findtCall Continued on next page.

_372:3060_ .Jim' at 378.0293..: _3:!.5.:.4.S . . -.-.
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SALE: Billy Joel tin March 16th at 1979 Datsun 210 station wagon. Good BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS **NEW TAX SERVICE Typlng/Wordprocessmg, WordPerfect
5.1 work, fast results, low rates,
for quality
Miami Arena best offer gets them- call andleave utility car students. 400. Call 335- Affordable rates $5/FORM/
message 375-7765. 3-15-36 2792. 3-15-5-9 Free consultationcall dependable, personal service Tara 332-
3725814. 3-16-14- 1469. 4-30-54-12
PAUL. mornings.
'81 Toyota Tercel: 5-speed, AM/FM Cassette 1233 NW 10th Ave.
Schwinn Circuit
Racing Bike EXCELLENT Great Condition $1500 OBO. Call 372.1664 Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms TLC for your papers, projects, theses,
COND. Asking $400 obo Retail $869. 335.1368. 3-16-5-9 MC/VISA/lnsurance/ 45 acres ring jumps TLC local etc. Pro wp, Mac 2, laser! Graphics, sp

6 CALL 335-4750; leave message. 3-15-3- Free Pregnancy Test call 462-5127 or 462-4311, 3-16-12-11 chk., reasonable, fits, wknds, 373-9619.

1982 CHEV Cavalier atawgn, luxury ed., Member

SURFERS ALLIANCE SURFBOARD FOR 4cyl economy, auto, ps, pb pw, pi, pm, National Abortion Federation ONE STOP DENTISTRY ORGANIC. TYPING LASER PRINTER -
WPS edit/proof/spell
stereo cruise, mag wheels, nice car.
335-5296. 3-16-5-9 Accepting new pis emerg no cholesterol Ripp 376-3649. 3-28-
2518. 3-16-4-6 Gel confidential testing and treatment at Adult cleaning $28. child $18 20-12

1982 Chevy Caprice Classic loaded PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- ((4)Wisd) tee $325, ((3)Wisd.) tee. $250,
CAR STEREO equip. Yamaha 6X9 spkrs roadtrlp machine $1500 and Kawasaki ((2)Wisd.) tee, $200 Put It In Writing. Fast accurate, reliable
AAA STORAGE Nitrous Oxide MC V AE service. Masters In English will check
180 watts, max. $80. Sanyo 6X9 40 watts 440 motorcycle, best offer. Ashley 373- Accept ,
$20. Subarv am/lm/ cassette 40 watts $70. 7371. 3-16-5-9 Close to UF, Convenient Valid only with coupon, up to(4)( ) people.H.T. spelling, and edit. 24 hrs. 3731937. 3-16-

Prices firm Call 377.1914 Iv mssg. 3-16- 4x4x4 $l5/mo Gonsoulin, DDS, 372-9521 9-12
4x8x8 $25/mo
87 Mazda Truck: SE-5 B-2200.5-spd, silver
Double sized bed complete w/new mattress 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERSILet TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser-
frame and box-springs. Asking bedliner power brake power steer 4-30-75-11" special care petsitters take care ol vice. $1.25 double space. Call 373-8387.
ing. $4395 or assume loan. 332-1748
Bonded Ins
$125 OBO. 378-4302. 3-28-5-6 your pets while you are away. 3-26-10-12
keep trying 3-16-4-9 Reasonable 486-4635 3.16511TYPING I t

7 REAL ESTATEGreat 1980 Chevy Malibu ps/pb, auto ac, ex- Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- Great typing! English ma/ret.| court rptr 0
0 Excel.
cellent condition, low miles, $1800 obo. item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis.LieIns 19 yrs exper legal/medical
From $1.25 0 Call Jill 0
Location, Walk to class 1BR, 1BA, Call Mazen at 374-9830 or 377-9382 / Harry/Bill 374-4791 4-30-75-11' spellg/proofg
leave a message. 3-16-3-9 12 SERVICESYOU 377-9908. 3-30-13-12
Upstairs unit @ PARKSIDE Fully

equipped Owner financing $23,500.
JEFFERY E SIEGEL REALTOR 373- '82 BMW 3201 limited series, full loaded, boarding woodser facilities WRITE, WE TYPE Pickup/Del., Typing and wordproc. near

6063. 326-11-7 good cond., excel) stereo car phone, hay rides parties sales working Business Legal Personal Reports campus. Dependable, quality service.
Call Carol
$5700 will neg. 338-1495. 3-16-3-9 students accepted 466-3224, 375-8080. Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. Reasonable rates 24hr/day.

Oakbrook Condo. 2bd/2ba/ lurn, ground 4-30-75-11 G'ville Handicapped Typing 3734464. 32911.12
78 VW bus, dependable $975. Call 372- 378-7179.
floor, poolside Take over payments or 3848 3-27-5-9 GATOR TYPING Fast Accurate Low

make offer Eve 376-9743 3-16-10-7 evenings. *SUNBELT MOVING* Typing reports business legal Rates. Quality laser printing Discounts

ROCKWOOD VILLAS 3bd/3bath/ twnhse 1974 VW BUG $490 OBOI Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies. resumes cassettes transcribed applications avail. Days, eves, wknds. 3734564. 3-
RUNS GREATI! 1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst Lie/Ins. letters notary *etc. Available 30-11-12
for sale Assume mortgage, fully turn car.
CALL NOWIII Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 4- 24 hours/7 days/372-2777 4-30-75-12
pet blinds central air, all appliances
CALL 374-4202 30-75-11 *Word Processing qualityat
washer/dryer/ full amenities. More info Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports student prices. Fast reliable, service.

call Laura 3354044. 30-7-7 1980 Pontiac Phoenix grey, 5 door Theses whatever Grad School P.T. List. Grad school, law school experience 378-
am/fm stereo runs good, $750 obo 332- *FREE* WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4.30.75- 7128. 3-30-11-12
8 MOTORCYCLESSick 3511 leave message. 3-28-5-9 Pregnancy Test

Gainesville Women'sHEALTH MICRO CENTERTyping 376-0339 Full
of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter 79 VW Bug Convertible Mint Condition! CENTER & self service computing Typing starts (@> QUALITY typing & Laser-print. Thesis,

4900 miles, excellent condition $600. $4500 Phone: 395.8738. 3-16-2-9 720 NW 23rd Avenue 1.50/pg/ Resumes $6 Self' serviceresumes resume, papers. UF grad owner. Scribe
$2.50/hr A 15page.I / Laser Services 821 NW 13 St. 377-6170****
377.2357 4-5-15-8 377-5055
1978 Chevy Caprice Classic wagon Must typeset graphics spell check theses
1985 Harley.Davidson Sportster 1000cc Sell as Is. $600 call Matt at 335-1783. BIRTH CONTROL( ) papers special characters A employment 13 HELP WANTEDPart

Excellent Condition. $2600. Call 335- databases A mailmerge training
2792 Includ. helmets, security chain etc. 10 WANTEDLocal Gynecology Services WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 4.30-
4-30-71-11 time carpentry, painting help
1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc. Perfect Typing/Word/ Processing Quality dependable needed. Afternoons. Apply at Florida
cond. only 1600 mi. Comes with 2 helmets Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, ClassRings CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro service. Reasonable rates. Laser Book Store between 12:00: and 12:30.: Ask
ETC. Top $ trade Ozzie's Fine
$2200 obo, lor more info call 375- Jewelry 3739243. or 4-30-75-10 DJ service at 375-8483. 3302611LAST printer 377-8175 til 00pm.: 4-30-29-12 for Paul. 3-16-4-13

8928 or 377-2014. 3-16-5-8

ANYONE in the vicinity of the rear entrance
Two 89 Tomos 0 perfect condition only 11111011RAILAR
of Club X, Saturday night Feb. 24 r
900 mi. $450 each or best offer Call Cicero -
and who witnessed a bouncer attack a
Jose 3753187. 3-16-38
or would-be customer. Call 3784198. 3-16- DAY

for summer! 1986 FZ600 BACK TO THE FUTURE II (PC)
Get! ready
Dodge Tradesman Van B100.
Yamaha, extras, includes like new 5:00: 7:15: 045: MIDNIGHT
many B200, or B300 years 1972 to 1978 for
Arai helmet. $1200 nego.. call anytime Will Call Starling Friday:
photographing. pay.

Need Money! Sell your bike. Call Steve at
9 377-0369. 2-16-2-10 I

1979 Camaro Maroon, VERY RELIABLE,
$990 firm must sell. Mike. 375-7485. 3-

88 Acura Integra RS, Red, 3-dr 5-speed, Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave 3766843spf VOICES OF LIBERTYWALT
24,500 miles Perfect condition $9,850 near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
Call Ken 335-1425. 3-16-6-9 $20, 10% dISc. to students. 3328917. 4-
DISNEY WORLD CO. Is seeking choral singers with mature

voices and outgoing personalities for "Voices of Liberty" profes-
C141 "I U01 N! ""
CENTER sional a cappella ensemble at EPCOT Center. Vocal auditions are to

$3S0.: cast current and future full-time (one-year contract) and substitute
lei 101 <; N W Illb SIH'''' :
CINErux THEATRES ODEON HZ 5341 t ., positions.

DATE Saturday, March 31, 1990


Kid 'n Play Today & FrI: 7:159:30: : Hilton Hotel at Walt Disney World Village

MARKETINGWITH HOUSE PARTY (R) SatSunTues-Thurs: 2:15: 4.30 7:15'8.30: 1751 Hotel Plaza Blvd. Salon VII

Monday: 12:157.158:30: : Lake Buena Vista, FL

Today&FrI: 7.00 9.15
AT&T ,BAD INFLUENCE (R) Sal-Thurs: 2004:157008.15: All appplicants must be at least age 18.
Bring non-returnable photo and resume.

1990 Steven S.agal Last Day Prepare and memorize two short vocal selections that best show

Back to School PromotionAT&T HARD TO KILL (R) Today: 7.30 9:45: your vocal range, style and versatility.

STUDENT Bring sheet music In your key (accompanist provided).

CAMPUS MANAGER Jamie Lee Curtis Starts Friday Callback auditions will be April I, 1990.

Sales-oriented student sought for BLUE mn (R) Friday: 730 45SatTours' Applicants may be required to perform (memorized) the last 16-32

marketing/promotion/ position. Management 2'30 4'45 730 9 45 measures of the following required selections, (Audition Committee -

responsibility lor campus group. Excellent pay will select key)
and bonuses. Flexible hours. All work Is on Soprano 'Summertime"
campus. Must be available full-time 1-2 weeks zimc Alto "God Gentlemen"
THEATRES There h A Difference'' Rest Ye Merry
prior to start of classes. Opportunity to work as a
Promotions Representative on a project by "Danny Boy"Baritone
project bas.. OAKS MALL 1 10 ,/ DAILY T1MI-uTE 430a SHOW They Call The Wind Maria"

AT&T ASISTANT OAKS MAll 6309 NIWBIPRY ROAD +G-rrL Mllxiai4 r apia Bass "Ol Man Riverplus( one verse an



Student with strong sales/leadership/ ability 331-8118 '" OAKS PLAZA Full-time employees receive a flexible insurance benefit package

needed for seven day program, Fall 1990. Must BAD INFLUENCE (R) that fits Individual needs and lifestyles. Other benefits Include sick

be available 1 week prior to start of classes. M I. 0, (un: r1.fol)a, CTOeIR: to:1: JPG) 200, '((515: 0 $2.50)), 7:45: g 55 days, merchandise discounts, park admission and more.

REPRESENTATIVE/STUDENT VOO.KM VS.< ::JDIZSO TM ), 6.00,1(0:1.( : 1.30. HARD((5.15 9 TO$2.50)KILL), 7(:45 R), 9.SS If you have questions call 407-345-5701 Monday-Friday, 10 am .

CAMPUS GROUP SKI PATROL ( GLORY (R) 4 pm. o 1990 The Walt Disney Co.

Outgoing I glc sales-oriented t group/individuals/ t 45.1((6:JO OHM),f'J. 10:15: 1:45. ((5.00 ? 12.50)). 10:15:
needed AT&T and MY un fOOT R
represent products ( ) DRIVING MISS
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services on Top and bonuses. Must 1:30.15:10: : 0 $2.601.1.30. 9.SS
campus. pay 2.00. ((5:30 0 12. $.00, 10:15
50)) :
be available 1 week prior to !the start of classes MAm4OUSE ( \ W
!'( 62.50)). 55 BORN ON THE FOURTH leJAcr efSNff \\, ]
For more Information send resume to: CDI OF JULY (R)

AT&T Recruitment 210 West Washington 7.30 ,
ru Square, lift Ilea Philadelphia PA. 19106. or ''I>
call ((800)) 582-2121. Equal Oppty. Employer. iimo, Shown For Monday Thru Thu div;


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Leaders, General RN's, Nurses Aid,
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Bookkeeper Drivers. Other positions' On
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campus interviews Wed. Mar. 28th. Sign .
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more information. 3-16-5-13

YMCA li looking for qualified swim instructor .
e d GI-OFFS RLD and lifeguards For more Info
call 376-7172
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Experienced staff serving you since 1969
Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238
SW 4th Ave 378.9431 Mon-Fn 8-7 Sat..

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MENS SURFWEARby R/T 'ticket, G'ville Charlotte. NO.
lost or abandoned property recovered oncampu. $100/MONTH/
Cad Gene
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Colonade area ot the J. Wayne Reitz Great new looks for the upcoming warm For your plasma donations Our fully automated 392-7040 or 332 1374 after 5pm
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books, clothing, eye glasses Propertythat Whatis
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has been held lor 30 &
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March 29, 1990 will be sold at this Public
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PLUS TOP ass RAISE IN ONLY 10 DAYS graduating In 3 mo., II you would like to
Student groups, frats, and sororities Photographer seeks mil models to expand enjoy life. Caribbean cruises. travelling, Keepers? your quest?
the outdoors, and eventually have a family If you find something you can place I
needed lor marketing project on campus portfolio. lean muscular, photogenic .
FREE ad In this section Be kind to someone
with 2.2 children,
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For details plus your FREE GIFT, Group m/l ages 2035. Send loto, Info phone
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15 PERSONALSLADIES sincerity above all else and although there book by Turl ngton on Frl 3/9. 48,000 intellectually
SWITCHBOARD are a lot of fun people at UF, I've yet to 395.8490. 3I I 5.3.20
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EYE EXAMS contact lenses. disease
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prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical optometrist 917 W Univ Ave 378.1288. FL 32607. Please leave name and phone Hall. Eileen 377-5396 to ID Ivmsg. 3-16-
Laboratory 3785563. 618 SW 4 Ave 1 number Photos a plus. but not 3.20
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Jewelry & Loan 371-GEMS. 3-28-5.
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Foods and Vitamins on 3/10,395.81111 Cindy AAlligator

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Sunflower Health Foods 371GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHING I 13.26- HU
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4-30.75-15 TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver diamonds $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 5 yrs of 3/13 392.2819 or 372.6571 (eves) to I.D. N
etc New or used or broken Best, Jewelry wkly Fri's/Sun bus tr ps. Pets ok pkg ..
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info about the PERMANENT removal of Classifieds I I I
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4-30 75-15SSTUDENTS
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needed was to know how to use her doing."I c
AROUND SPORTSfrom RHODESfrom talents." was always amazed that I was on the

page 12 page 12 It didn't take long for Rhodes to catchon. team, because I didn't think I was doing
that well," Rhodes said. "But it hit me at
And though UPs 10 at the state meet than "
through Saturday. strongest me. "
the SECs that I had come a long
In her first season with the Lady Ga-
women are going, even Coach Randy Reese has
doubts they can beat top-ranked Stanford and No.2 Kearney said when Rhodes began tors in 1987, Rhodes finished eighth in With degree in hand, Rhodes said she
practicing with the UF track team, she the long jump at the SEC Outdoor Cham- has already obtained her most importantgoal
Texas. noticed right away that Rhodes had a lot pionships and 12th in the triple jump. but added it would be nice to makeit
But the Lady Gators (14-1)) should be strong of potential, but had no idea of how to Rhodes contributed consistently to the NCAA Outdoor Championshipsin

individually. UF returns three 1989 NCAA champions use her own quickness and great leaping throughout the season and she even managed the long jump. She needs to jump a

Kristen Linehan ((100and()( 200-yard back ability. to win the triple jump at the Eastern distance of 21 feet to qualify for the event,

stroke), Stephanie Zunich ((100 breaststroke) and "You could see that she needed to Airlines Invitational with 36-2 3/4. to be held May 30-June() 2 in Durham, N.C.

Julie Gorman ((200 butterfly). know a lot of things about long jumpingand The senior improved steadily from that "I hope I can make it," Rhodes said.

triple jumping," Kearney said. "She point on, but admitted it wasn't until last "I've been working hard and like every
Alligator writers Guerry Smith and Sharon Ginn had a lot of quick speed and she could spring's SEC Championships in Gaines- one else, it would make it all worth whileto
contributed to this report leap really far for her small size. All she ville that she realized how well she was make it to the NCAAs."


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by TomKurrus

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the putative wile Is not told In advance that
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drags I Rhodes keeps herself on right track I IBy

Kearney, and she got me in- a world of potential. She has the work
the best out RON KASPRISKE terested in track again." habits and potential to be one of the best

Alligator Staff Writer Kearney, UF's head coach, long jumpers in the nation,and I think what
convinced Rhodes she could she's done tells you that."
Lisa Rhodes didn't come to
UF on a track scholarship.In be a success in both track and Rhodes, who also competes in the triple
of everyone fact, she didn't even school,but even Kearney had jump and holds the school record in out
come to college with the no- no idea how much of a suc- door competition with a leap of 40-0 3/4,
Q Today's column: Amazing race. tion that she would competein cess Rhodes would be. wasn't a track phenom coming out of high
Rhodes received her de- school.
Mufflers do little good here. The 4,000-() track. last
horsepower cars crackle and growl as they But two years after she en- gree in advertising year Track wasn't even her favorite sport
wait to be released from the end of the race- rolled at UF, Rhodes discov- r while becoming one of the top during her years at Northeast. Rhodes
the South-
way. Your ear drums pound as every piston ered she could fulfill the long jumpers in played softball and volleyball before deciding
fires like a machine gun. reauirements of a doubleRhodes eastern Conference. in her senior season to try track, and
major- advertising and long jumping. As a senior, Rhodes placed while she was a natural in the long jump,
The Christmas tree of signal lights holdson
"Track ended for when I left Oak- third in the Southeastern Conference Out- Rhodes said she didn't have enough

me ( experience
red, then switches to yellow ... yellow..
door with of 20 feet
yellow.. yellow.. land Park) Northeast High," said Rhodes, Championships jump and coaching to attract any college
1 1/2 inches, and according to Kearney,
who graduated from Northeast, a Fort Lau- scouts."I .
Green! Rhodes could place the top five long
derdale-area school,in 1985 after receiving among was all right, but it was just my first
honors in the and the jumpers in the nation this season.
All-County long jump year competing and I didn't know anything
*Jason Davis 400-meter() relay. "I had no desire to com- And while she is competing in her final about technique," said Rhodes, who also
LEFT pete in track. And my mom was totally season, Rhodes is pursuing a master's degree competes on UF's 400-meter relay team.
FIELDThe against anything that would interfere with in advertising. "We won the (Class 4A) state championship

getting a degree, so I didn't even think "She's truly an amazing story," said but there were better long jumperssee

cars squeal down the track, runningthe about track for two years. Kearney. "No one even bothered to recruit Rhodes, 11
quarter-mile length in five seconds. "But then I talked to Coach (Beverly) her coming out of high school and she had page

They're pushing speeds of 290 mph.

Soon, the pungent scent of burning rubber I Spurrier to begin paring QB hopefuls I
hangs in the air. It's a fine complement to the
.6.. ..... .
cloud of exhaust left behind. "" '"" .6.

But this is more than just an assault on the By MIKE DAME rier said. "We had a chance to lookat
senses. Alligator Staff Writer a lot of players, but it was your
This is typical spring scrimmage."
drag racing.Gatornationals
With three weeks of workouts
Junior Kyle Morris, who had
is back in town. behind them, UF's quarterback been the most impressive of the
Each year, more than 100,000 fans head out candidates walked off the practice quarterbacks entering the scrim-
Q to Gainesville Raceway for the five-day run- field Wednesday toward a much- mage,completed only three of nine
ning of the races. Tom's been one of them deserved 13-day spring break. passes for 95 yards, including a
since the first Gatornationals race was run in Coach Steve Spurrier, mean- 70-yard() pass to sophomore wide
1970. while, will have little time to relax, receiver Tre Everett But inside
"This thing's gotten bigger and bigger each i as he and his staff plan to pare the 20-yard() line, Morris was 2-for-2
year,"Tom says in between sips of Coke from i down the Gators' list of five quar- with a touchdown pass to outshinehis
the concession stand. "Was a time when peo- terback candidates before the competitors.
ple didn't always come out here. Now you get 5 squad returns March 27. Purdue transfer Brian Fox and
so many people they're giving over a million "Over the break, we will look at sophomores Shane Matthews and
dollars to the winners. People know a good all the tapes of the spring scrimmages Donald Douglas also saw time
thing when they see it, I s'pose." ,"" Spurrier said, "and then Wednesday at quarterback, while
Tom never did give his last name, but that A4s we will come back the 27th and sophomore Lex Smith was takinga
didn't matter. Everybody's on a first-name work a couple of guys (quarter- test and did not practice.
basis at the races anyway. backs) more than the others and Matthews put up the best statis-
You can talk to Darrell (Gwynn), Shirley get a couple ready to play." tics of the five quarterbacks when
(Muldowney) or Don (Prudhomme). Just UF ran through its third con- working with an open field, completing -
walk right up to the pits and shake their hands. trolled scrimmage of the spring five of six passes for 56
They'll take a break from making the precision Wednesday, and Spurrier worked yards with one interception. But
calibrations on their tires and checking the each quarterback behind the first- his passes consisted mainly of
diagnostic computers to determine the aero- team offensive line. And with that screens and short patterns, while
dynamics of the fenders. They'll smile, talk unit's marked improvement in the the others threw the ball deep.

with you for a little'while, thank you for your scrimmage, each quarterback was Fox, considered before spring
". interest and go back to work. given the opportunity to direct drills began as the player to beat

The race is the big time, but the driver's Spurrier's wide-open offense for the starting job, was 3-for-6 for
attitudes aren't. REGGIE GRANT -ALLIGATOR under equal conditions."The 38 yards and 2-for-3 inside the 20

Tom leans back in his bleacher seat on the Donald Douglas (with ball) looks for running room first offensive line is really for 27 yards. Douglas, meanwhile,
pit-crew side of the track and pauses for a during team scrimmage Wednesday afternoon. coming around and the protectionwas completed a 20-yard pass to red-
moment. much improved today," Spur- shirt freshman Willie Jackson.

"You know, this isn't like any other sport,"
Tennis falls swimmers NCAAsBefore I
he said. "Could you imagine watching a bas- team ; at
ketball game and talking to Magic Johnson -- -

during a timeout? These people love what UF's dual match against fourth- the victory when UFs Gary Finnegan out- singles matches over Bruce Haddad and
they're doing. It's the last major sport with ranked Miami Wednesday afternoon, lasted Daniel DeBoer 6-4, 3-6, 6-2 at No.. 4 David Blair.'
honest-to-God people In it. That's why I loveit. Coach'lan Duvenhage said the Hurricanes singles.A Swimmers In hunt at NCAAs

." would not have an easy time leaving town UF sweep in doubles was not incon- The UF women's swim team is used to
He isn't the only one. John does too. with a victory.He ceivable because Miami has no ranked being a contender.
John who? you ask. was accurate, but unfortunately for doubles tandems. But Johan Donar and
Since 1983 the Gators have finished -
John Lombardi!, new president of UF. He the Gators ((9-4)), Miami survived a few Conny Falk broke David Blair and Rick either second, Lady or third at every NCAA
showed at the late Thursday after- nervous moments on its way to a 5-4 victoryat Holton in the 11th game of the first set of
6, up raceway championships. Aside from the lone na-
and said he's to be there the Varsity Courts. No. 1 doubles and then won seven of the
noon planning tional title they won in 1982, they always
last nine games to deprive UF the '
through the weekend. upset have been just a few points away from the

"When you grow up in Los Angeles as a "They won because on the big points winner- usually Stanford or Texas.
teen-ager, it's a part of life," Lombardi! said. AROUND they play better" Duvenhage said. "They This year may be no different.
"Everybody talks about drag racing. I've SPORTSThe do the right things, get their serves in on
I watched it all my life. When my parentsweren't big points and they get returns in play." The third-ranked Lady Gators travel to
Austin Texas for the 1990 Women's NCAA
16'. watching, we'd do it on the street."I Hurricanes who have three Miami exhibited its
((13-2)), strength at the top Division I Championships,which run todaysee
really enjoy this." players ranked in the top 38, won four of of its lineup, losing a combined seven

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