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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 125 FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1990




I White rights group, crowd clash I I


By MIKE BRUSCELL that says 'white student union?' By that "It's unfortunate that there are any students
name, you're representing all of us and at the university who are opposed to
and DEBBIE CENZIPER
that's not fair." our efforts to represent the constituency of
Alligator Staff Writers
Russ Schneider, a teaching assistant at the state," Lombardi! said. "Affirmative Action
Circling around the leaders of a white the Turlington Hall Reading Center,agreedto is our commitment to getting that to
rights group and their new faculty adviser be the group's faculty adviser Tuesday happen."
outside TUrlington Hall Thursday, about afternoon. By finding a faculty adviser, the Schneider, who seemed somewhat
150 students yelled that the "white" in the white rights group is now in its last stagesof shocked by the protesters and their ques-
white student union does not represent the being approved by UF administrators. If tions, said no one at UF has really given
views of all white tudents. approved, the group will gain UF recognition Wright a chance to explain his views.
"You're saying things that we feel you and have access to its facilities. "Maybe I'm the only one with enough
don't have the right to say for us," yelled UF President John Lombardi! said Thurs- guts to stick up for freedom of speech on
finance sophomore Carrie Welsh to the day he opposes the group's efforts to de-
Protest, 4
see page
group's leaders.."Why did you start a group nounce Affirmative Action laws.













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SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR
Students gathered outside Turlington Hall Thursday afternoon to protest the white student union's new faculty adviser, Russ
Schneider, right.



UF pitcher critical after shoulder surgery


Georgjadis in intensive care unit at Shands after 'heart-related 'condition'

By JASON DAVIS don on Georgiadis' condition will be made with the Gators this year, pitching only one
Alligator Staff Writer this morning. inning of relief.
Georgiadis is one of the three returning As a returning player, Georgiadis was ex-
) UF pitcher Steve Georgiadis was in Inten- pitchers on the 1990 Gators staff who played pected to be one of the Gators' top pitchersthis
sive care at Shands Hospital Thursday night season.
following complications arising from
surgeryto "He is bigger and stronger this year and
repair a shoulder injury. G
! leorgiadis appeared in has added several miles per hour to his
Georgiadis, a sophomore left-hander from fastball as well as an improved breaking ball,"
Seminole, underwent routine surgery Thurs- 15 games with six starts UF coach Joe Arnold said in the baseball
dayIto repair an injury to his left shoulder team's
preseason prospectus.
he suffered "a heart-related condition last year, pitching 40 2/3
Arnold could not be reached for commentlate
during Kirschner surgery said. team spokesman Steve innings. He gave up 25 Thursday night..

He was in critical condition at Shands runs on 44 hits.last Georgiadis was 12-3 as a senior for Semi-
night and further details were not nole High School, which is near Si Peters-
year when he posted a 2-2 record in three burg, but has not seemed to find his niche
The 6-foot-l]( 188-pound Georgiadis) is appearances.The with the Gators so far.
evaluation by a team of physicians at shoulder surgery was expected to He appeared in 15 games with six starts
Kirschner said. keep Georgiadis out of action for the rest of last year,pitching 40 2/3 innings. He surrendered -
A Shands spokesman said further evalua-' this,season. He has seen spot? playing,time 25 runs on 44 hits..

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_ BLOTTERJ I GRADUATING SENIORS:

Now it's time for a career.

Fraternity party marred by violenceChaos Hodgson said.
work in law
to as a
reigned at and around a Kappa Alpha Psi frater. U Player's mom slugs UF police officerAn Prepare

nity party Saturday night, but it appeared only one of the argument about returning baseball tickets turned
reported incidents was caused by a UP student. UF into a fight between a UF police officer and two Jackson PARALEGALat
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The first incident occurred shortly before midnight on sity-UF baseball game, a UF police spokesman said. The National Center for Paralegal Training

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Williams walked toward the Chi Phi fraternity house arrested at Perry Field, UF police spokesman Brett
.
where the Kappas hosted a party, UF police spokesmanBrett Hodgson said. After UF Police officer Nick Konopka College degree or employee sponsorship

Hodgson said. When James Ricks of Jacksonville tried to break up an argument between Holman and a required

grabbed Booth, a fight broke out between him and the ticket salesman, she hit him, Hodgson said. 4 month day / 8 month evening programs
other men. A sworn complaint was filed against Ricks, Holman is Jacksonville shortstop Mike Holman's Employment assistance
but no arrests were made, Hodgson said. mother and Garrison is his father-in.law, Jacksonville
At 1:45: a.m., UF student Reginald Darbone was hit in University Assistant Athletic Director Gary Izzo said Faculty of practicing attorneys
the head with a shoe at the house. Darbone, who could Garrison was arrested for pushing Konopka, Hodgsonsaid. Classes in Miami or Ft. Lauderdale

only identify the attacker as a female UF student, was Student loans for qualified students
treated at Shands Hospital and did not press charges, MIKE BRUSCELL

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FRIDAY MARCH 16.1990.ALLIGATOR 3
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shops provide money for Spring Break I


By OSBORNE HOBBS nothing new to him. instruments for cash, said Selwach, who me," he said.
Writer "Students often come in around this time appraised the students'jewelry and loaned
Alligator The two students said they weren't goingto
of year to get money to party with on Spring them money through a buy/sell agreement.
tell their parents they were going to
Two UF juniors plan to to Jamaica Break Selwach said. the
go Under such, a contract, pawn shop Jamaica. They said they both receive a fixed
Monday. They've already spent their rent items at the price of a loan. After a
Selwach, 27, started his business five buys amount of money from their parents at the
money on plane tickets. They figure that if years ago when he was a UF senior. Al- specified time, usually 30 days, the pawn beginning of each semester.
they don't eat anything during the five-day though he didn't graduate, he built a business shop sells the items back to their owners at
trip, they will have enough money for alco- out of UF's financial deadlines. a higher price-which includes the amountof
When their allowances trickle they
away
hol.
the loan plus a predetermined service or
"Most kids who come in here are waitingto use pawn shops to pay for the things they
But just to be sure, they pawned some of get their student loan money. In the storage charge. need.
their gold jewelry. meantime, they will do a personal item loan Selwach said he thinks pawn shops provide

Richard Selwach, owner of Best Jewelryand with me," he said. a public service. "Whenever we get really poor and really
Loan, weighed the jewelry and loaned Students often trade necklaces, televisionsets "We're the people's bank. When people desperate, we'll come again," one student
the pair $21. Padding students' wallets is videocassette recorders and musical can't maintain a bank account they come to

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music groupto



? ...,..r. .. .. perform


By M.J. MORGEN
Alligator WriterA

'3Lk singing and dancing group arrived in
+
#.P wam oY+ r sas+ u R1WP.
town Wednesday. But unlike most touring
groups, the performers who prefer to be
called students paid a $9,200 "tuition" to
join their group of 104.
f Up With People changes its cast yearly to
F M_ sAnd give more people aged 18-26 a chance to travelall
over the world. Five separate casts are
performing in the Soviet Union, the American
Midwest, Mexico, Norway and North Florida.
Tom McKinney, cast manager of the group
visiting Gainesville said the group hopes to
encourage understanding between cultures
through a cross-cullurallaJ'lguage music
REGGIE GRANT ALLIGATOR The group will perform Friday and Saturdayat
they're off 8 p.m. in the Gainesville High School audi
Gatornationals qualifying races continued Thursday at Gainesville Raceway with 11 rounds of finals scheduledfor torium. Admission is $6 for students and
Saturday and Sunday. senior citizens, and $7 for adults.
""What we hope people learn is to under
stand each other," McKinney said. "Maybenot
to like each other, but to know where
Racing, restaurant are all in the family people are coming from, why people do
things, and to be better prepared to work in
By KEITH HERREL at Deb's many of the Gatornational driv- After the lunch crowd left, Debbie re- this global village that it seems the world is
laxed a bit and joined her father in some becoming."
Alligator Writer
ers."They come in here every year,"AI said. hot-rod reminiscence. Between sips of iced The two-hour performance focuses on issues
Growling cars with distended fenders "They usually have breakfast before theygo tea she told of her first race at Bronson like drug abuse, gang wars and the
and smashed-out windows jostled and slid to the track." track four years ago. environment. One song centers on a child who
around the track. Crooked, hanging bumpers Racing plaques, trophies and pictures The closer I got to the speedway, the asks, "What Color is God's Skin?"
gave each car a different expression. A hang on the diner's wood-paneled walls. scarier it got. And my right foot, I'll never "We have 16 different countries repre-
jet-black Nova smiled a devious grin as it The photos range from the 1940's to the forget it. It kept moving. I mean I couldn't sented in the cast," McKinney said. "And
passed by the 400 spectators, sending pul- present, showing different cars and racing stop it. The butterflies kept churnin' faster traveling with them is like being in that coun-
sations through the pale white, splintery events. AI doused out his Kool and began and faster. try sometimes. They've all been brought up
bleachers. pointing to some of the pictures, reliving "And when they said, 'OK Debbie, it's with certain cultures and traditions, and that's
After the laps were over, two cars pulled each scene individually."You time foryou to try it out,' then my leg started what you learn about. You learn how to work
off the track together and rumbled into the see this Buick?" he said. "Well, we going 50-miles-an-hour again. I think I was together to achieve a common purpose."
racetrack's pit area.The driver the purple were at the track and Debbie was in frontof sweating really bad too." The group also promotes unity through
Nova climbed over the roll bars, took her me, and there were a couple of cars in Debbie made it through her first race community involvement. "We're so much
helmet off and shook out her long black front of her. They started grapplin', hittin'." more than a show," cast member Kathy Da-
hair as she walked to the man sitting in the He raised both hands and made quick, see Racing page 5 visson said. "We're also a service organization. -
other car. whirling motions, demonstrating ."

"Well, you beat me again, Dad." the cars' movements. Q. The students get very little free time. About
The drivers, Debbie Sheppard, 34, and "They were big cars, Monte ... every three days they arrive in a new city and
her father, AI Tuten, 60, have a unique Carlos I think. They got all tan- are'given a schedule as soon as they unload
relationship. For nearly four years they gled up. Deb hit her brakes andI from the bus.J. .
have been racing each other and others at I hit her at about 50 or 55. We :. 17 "...... Blanton Belk founded Up With People in
Bronson Speedway, 20 miles southwest of split those" guys and went right ',. .-. "" ... ''iIIIIIIII". ". .. the 1960s to bring unity between generationsof
Gainesville. AI is the oldest driver at the through. .. people, production manager Brian Kanter
Debbie into the ::.... "
came busy :: I
track and for three years Debbie had been : ( said.
the only woman racing there. They com- dining room carrying dishes of .. \ "He was trying to figure out how to bridgethe
.... ,
hot food and set them down in '
class called -
the between
pete in rough-and-tumble gap the younger generation, who
".
front of Then M.
"purestock." some customers. were distressed at the time with the political
But when they are not at the track they as she began taking. another ,.' "I.tJ situation, and the older generation, who they
bring the spirit of racing into their restau-. order someone yelled from a were holding responsible for everything,"
booth in the
rant, Deb's Diner. Located in Gainesville'snortheast corner. Kanter said.Tickets .
industrial park, the restaurant "Hey Deb, when" we gonna i for weekend shows are available at
have ?
serves hungry workers breakfast and lunch pork chops SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR Omni Books, The Book Gallery, Hot Tops and
five days a week; but this weekend -"When we kill the pig; she Debbie Sheppard and her father,AI Tuten, show off The Gainesville Sun. They'll also be available
customers of a different profession will dineiwl said brusquely. some of the trophies at Deb's Diner. for $1 more at the door.Pawn .



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LONDON (UPI) Iraq executed a London-based from Iraq.
journalist for espionage Thursday despite worldwide He said all planned ministerial visits to Iraq had CSX TECHNOLOGYa

protests, prompting Britain to recall its ambassadorfrom been suspended and Iraqis training on courses with Unit of CSX Corporation
Baghdad in retaliation against the governmentof the British Defense Ministry would be sent home.
ISCOMING
President Saddam Hussein. The executed journalist was working for the Ob-
Farzad Bazoft,31,an Iranian who worked for British server newspaper in London when he visited the
newspapers, was hanged by the Iraqi government just military complex to investigate a report that an ex-
five days after he was sentenced to death by a military plosion at the facility had killed hundreds of people.
court. Bazoft had been accused of spying for Israel British diplomats said Iraqi Information Minister
when he entered an unauthorized military complex Latif Nassif al Jassim later delivered the body to the a r. tea.
north of Baghdad last September. British Embassy and said: "Mrs.Thatcher wanted him
British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher reacted alive. We are giving you his body Iraq will not
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angrily to the execution, telling the House of Com- be affected by Britain's anger." fW2' ,
mons that the killing was "an act of barbarism whichis Iraq's ambassador to Great Britain, Azmi Shafeeq
deeply repugnant to civilized people." al-Salihi, said the minister's comment was "a sign of TO CAMPUSMarch
British Foreign Secretary Douglas Hurd expressed refusing, rejecting any political l and media pressureon
28th
"deep revulsion"and announced he had instructed the our country, a sign that encouraging journalists to
British Ambassador Harold Walker to return home be spies is against all values of democracy."
Contact your Placement Office.

. Libyan officials investigate factory fireALGIERS

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Algeria (UPI) Libyan leader Col.! and sabotage in the interests of imperialism and
Moammar Gadhafi said Thursday his government was Zionism will lose out."
PIC N'I SAVE
investigating whether West German intelligence ser- The mercurial Libyan leader said Libya would not
vices were responsible for a fire that destroyed most conceal it if it were making "weapons of destruction,"
of a factory the United States suspects was used to but he said Libya would need another 20 years to makea
make chemical weapons. chemical bomb on its own.
The state-run'Libyan news agency JANA, which In Bonn, a West German Foreign Ministry spokesman -
initially said there were "an undetermined number of said any allegations his country was involved in
victims," later said nobody was hurt in the blaze that the fire were "totally unfounded." SEAFOOD
erupted Wednesday night at the facility at Rabta about A caller claiming to speak for the "National Wingof

40 miles south of the Libyan capital Tripoli. the .Libyan Army," a previously unknown group, I III I
Diplomatic sources in Tripoli also said they could telephoned the offices of West German television in BUFFET
not confirm any casualties. Cairo and claimed responsibility for starting the fire.
Gadhafi said his government was investigating the The caller, speaking in Arabic,said the organizationwas
fire and threatened to expel West German citizens."If opposed to Gadhafi's regime and said the fire was
the inquiries under way prove that the West started "after we made sure the plant was producing *BOILED SHRIMP
German intelligence services are implicated in poison gas." i 'CRABPASTA SALAD
whatever act in the Libyan interior the West German The Libyan news agency, in a statement in Algiers, FRIED SHRIMP
economic presence will be eliminated from Libya,"the earlier had accused the United States and Israel of f CHOICEROAST'BEEF'
Libyan strongman said in a brief statement on Tripoli setting the fire.Washington and Israeli officials denied
f 9BAKED OR FRIED FISH
Radio, "and that state which is involved in espionage involvement.
I FABULOUS FRIED CHICKEN

. Gorbachev sworn in as .president. after victory I 0 SERVED 4-1:30 PM
&
MOSCOW (UPI) Mikhail Gorbachev was swornin radicalized," he said. "And I shall use my presidential 9
as president with sweeping new powers Thursdayafter powers above all toward this end." LUNCH 359 ADULTS
winning uncontested parliamentary ballot,and After the voting results were announced and he was 11AM-4PM 4-8 30PM
he immediately declared war on bureaucrats blockinghis sworn in at the Congress' morning session Thursday,
reform drive but promised not to abuse his powerful Gorbachev said "genuine people power" spurred by 6111 N. 8TH AVE.
new post.Gorbachev. his democratization drive is transforming the countryin
who ran unopposed in the secret bal- the face of grave difficulties. 300S.W.16THAVE.ATTENTION .
loting late Wednesday at the Congress of People's Gorbachev assumed power in March 1985 as
Deputies, emerged from the election with a comfortable general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party and
margin of victory -but hardly an overwhelming became chairman of the Supreme Soviet, or parlia-
mandate.. ment, last May. He retained his party rank,but gave
"I understand how dramatic the situation is, how up both the parliament leadership post and his spotas
complicated and unusual the problems are, and how a deputy with his election to the new presidency.The ADVERTISERS
emotionally charged society is, but I do not see any new post gives him the sweeping powers he
grounds for panic,let alone replacing perestroika with said were necessary to save his reform program and Deadlinesfor
another policy," Gorbachev said. consolidate the vast country in the face of disintegrating -
"It is obvious, however, that perestroika should be forces.

Spring BreakThe

PROTESTfrom adviser. According to a report from the
Ten minutes later, Wright an- Alachua County Courthouse, Alligator will not be publishing from Monday, March 19
page 1 nounced, for what he said was the Schneider hit a deputy in the face through Friday, March 23 due to the Spring Break holiday.The .
this campus," he said. "millionth time," that he was not after refusing to sign the citation,
connected to racist groups. and broke his glasses. Instead of
"Why would you want to supporta deadline for Monday, March 26 is Thursday, March 15.
Coalition Against Bigotry President being tried in court, Schneider
that has that
a stigma
group Gene LaMothe said it didn't completed an intervention program
something may be wrong?" asked surprise him that the group could which supervised his conduct The deadline for Tuesday, March 27 is Friday, March 16.
journalism junior Trenesa Stan-
not find a professor to represent
ford, referring to allegations that them. Schneider tutors These deadlines apply to both display and classified ads.
group has Ku Klux Klan con- grammarand In March 1989, Schneider was
nections. "You're opening the gateto writing l in the Reading Center. arrested and charged with lying to Display'' Classifieds

Lord knows what." "It's really interesting that they a law enforcement officer, driving 376-4482 3753463alligmnr
couldn't get anyone in academic with a suspended license and hav-
Schneider responded, "If I see standing," LaMothe said. ing a marijuana cigarette in his car.
Mark Wright's group, either in ac- Schneider 33, has had several According to the Gainesville police
tions or words, taking racist" ac- run-ins with local law enforcement report, Schneider gave officers a rojL
tions then IT back off. agencies. In February 1984,he was false name when they pulled him

And, he said, if Wright didn't arrested by Alachua County over. He said his driver's license & A.
make a public statement that dis- Sheriffs deputies for hitting a law wasn't with him, but it was actually ,
associated himself with all white enforcement officer, driving with- suspended the report stated.
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went up to him and asked him
Women of Phi Sigma Sigma he was,having the same name
," she said."When I told him
I was, he looked at me real
Congratulate our new sisters. .Then h s told me he was my
He said, 'You wait. Your
Amy Blosch Jackie Maurer. will be contacting you
Kathleen CulUgan Meridith Moyses .'''
Allison Deneve Cassie Mueller
Erin Easterling Charlotte Olsen
Laura Edkins Pam Pippin after that Debbie met
N Susan Engel Kim Reeves father for the first time.
trc: Bethany Fisher Tracy Schultz
y Carolyne Freeman KriMtna Scott pulled the pickup truck into
Debbie Greenberg Kristal Wright Royal Castle, where they had
Jennifer Jackson.. Christy Young to meet, and shut the en
Ellen)Katz off. He squinted in the sun,

...and Pledges of Spring 1990 to see inside the restaurant.

Lani Bloom Molly Nicholas 14, saw the truck and
Barbara Howard Lisa Pfund move from her seat."I.was
Patti Hutchinson Jill Price He and I
was a stranger
I < LL Kirstin Leinsing Susan Diana Rodriguez always taught to look. out for
Angela Lunczynskl Spielman ."
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\ WELCOME TO THE PYRAMID! scription."I sat in the truck and waited,
how he would recog
Debbie. But when the glass
crept open and Debbie
out,Al was sure who it was.

.went out there real slow think-
'What have I gotten myself
? I don't know this man at all
he says he's my father.' He
even get out of the truck.
before I knew it he grabbed
SEAFOOD around the neck and just held
there," Debbie said.

was 20 years and hundreds
THATWOtfTTORPEPOYOUR ago. Since then Debbie
her dad became inseparable

developed their racing tra-


heard of father and son,
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and daughter."

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Take a minuteToday ..1't-


marks five years that Terry Anderson, the As-
sociated Press' chief Middle East correspondent, was
taken hostage in Beirut. He is one of 18 Westerners held
captive there and has been there the longest. N

Unfortunately, Lebanon isn't the only place holding
people against their will. There have been 1,100 eyewitness -
accounts of Americans being held in Asia yet the
government isn't doing much to free them. .,a

At a time when oppressed communities all over the

world are standing up and taking their freedom, we pleadto
Anderson's captors in Lebanon to free the hostages.

After five months of investigation in 1986, a Pentagon
panel concluded that at least 100 American prisonerswere

still alive in Southeast Asia. What could their cap- 4Opportunities
tors possibly want? What advantage do they gain by hold-
ing the hostages? And why hasn't the government done

anything to get them home?

A bill was introduced in the U.S. House of Repre-

sentatives that urges the heads of Federal departments to
disclose information concerning U.S. personnel classifiedas

prisoners of war or missing in action from World WarII

the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam Conflict.

Publicizing that information would ease the consciences -
let minorities shine
of many relatives who have had no clue as to the life

or death of their loved ones. And the bill would also be a .
Proving yourself.It
step toward getting the prisoners home. seems like such a simple concept.Showing others so Michelle Brown
Cliff Stearns is the U.S. representative for this area. that you can live up to their measures and even surpass SPEAKING
Call him in Washington at ((202)) 225-5744. U.S. senators them. But even such a simple concept can mean OUT
Bob Graham and Connie Mack are available at ((904)) 681- different things to different people.
For some, proving themselves is a challenge strength, pride, perseverance and character still ex
7726 and ((813)) 275-6252, respectively. Call them with
promising the sweet rewards of accomplishment. But ists. It was created generations ago and is serving the
your support for the hostages. It's the best way to help. for others,proving themselves can be a tiresome chore black students of UF, just as it served the 54th
begun in grade school only to be carried through to regiment of the Civil War.
Darts & laurelsDART college and into the working world. In the movie, Col. Robert Gould Shaw, portrayedby
For minority children in a majority class,constantly actor Matthew Broderick, fought for his black
proving themselves might be the pressure that breaks regiment's right to equality. He fought for their chanceat
to the organizers of Celebration 1990 for show them -or the incentive that spurs them on. Because the expense of his own reputation and life. We don't
ing a 30-minute, self-serving video between the Stanley proving themselves means that they have been givena have a Col. Shaw, but we do have Affirmative Action
Jordan and Paul Shaffer shows Saturday night. chance and sometimes that is all that is asked for. and monies designated specifically for minorities.
All of this hit me while watching "Glory," a civil These programs and scholarships were not createdto
The video showed a few people talking about their jobs war drama about the first black regiment in battle. "baby" us or lighten the demands of our workload.
but it went too far when the audience was forced to watcha The 54th. Former slaves and freedmen, all black, led They were created so we would be given the opportunity
bunch of pals swigging beers at Farah's.If by a northern gentleman, gave their lives for the one to prove ourselves. To prove that a minority's
Celebration organizers want their events to be con- chance to help themselves, respect themselves and creativity, intelligence and leadership can be as equally -
sidered "Gator Growl of Spring," then they should work prove themselves as men before God and the nation. beneficial as a white person's in a learning or
That was in the 1800s. working environment.So .
harder promoting the show. The video didn't gain
on
you
Things haven't changed much. issue us our bayonets or books, our uniformsor
any respect; it only belittled the great job you did do. Now instead of fighting a physical enemy, we fight class schedules and train us or educate us to take
LAUREL to Michael Murphy for sticking to his guns the doubts of our abilities in the classroom and in the the fort or climb the corporate ladder. Because all we
and not dropping out of the race for city commissioner, workplace. And we only ask the same thing to be need is the chance to prove ourselves before God and
given a chance.It the nation as equals.
even after pressure from another candidate. W.E. "Mac"McEachern
and his tried convince is sad that minorities are still scaling a wall that Michelle Brown is a senior in journalism and the
supporters to Murphyto
was built generations ago. Fortunately, the same features editor for The Alligator.
drop out of the race and publicly support McEachern.
Murphy said 'no' because dropping out would reinforcethe i LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

incredulous attitude city officials have about students. Tuna isn't Yet note that the same day in often, the final result of animal-ac-
DART to the 1,500 students who are registered to vote boycott The Gainesville Sun was an article tivist legislation, as far as the
at the Reitz Union and didn't. You took the first step by just for dolphinsEditor that identifies SETA as recognizingand animals are concerned,is that even
registering but you didn't follow through and cast a bal- promoting Tuesday as the more of them suffer and die need-
lot. This DART also goes to the rest of the registered : Yet another"save the poor "Great American Meat-Out." lessly. For example, the dolphinsthat
animals from the bad humans" Apparently the emotional appealof are killed during tuna fishing
voters in this city who didn't take two minutes to vote.If .
has be used for The
animal-rights group proposeda saving dolphins is simply a con- cannot anything.
a student candidate and a tax increase aren't going to tuna ban at UF food services. venient tragedy to be exploited in crews are forced to throw them
get you to the polls, what will? If all 1,700 students at the They say that because tuna fishing order to deceptively rally support over the side, to eventually sink
Union had voted for Michael Murphy, he would have got ends up killing dolphins,we should for their latest animals-are-more- and rot on'the sea floor.complete
ten elected. Think about that the next time the City Com boycott all tuna. worthy-than-humans crusade. waste instead of using them for dog
While I think it is safe I food fertilizer.
to assume wonder how SETA and other or
mission close bar down house.
wants to a or tear your
that everyone is opposed to any such groups would explain the con Thus, somewhere, more cattle
kind of unnecessary animal deaths, founding fact that dolphins feed and hogs must die in order to fill
alligator Editor I question the ulterior motives of exclusively on meat. Maybe they're those demands.So .
Chabot these types of groups. "species-ist," and rationalize that the next time you hear some
Lucy The groups behind the ban are it's OK to kill cold-blooded animals. emotional appeal, asking you to
Managing Editor Opinions Editor the Environmental Action group Or perhaps their followers think it's oppose the killing of one sort of
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton and the Students for the Ethical OK to kill those species which animal or another, seriously ques-
treatment of Animals. Their im- never had a TV series about them, tion It. Saying no just might be
Letter Policy plied message in Monday's Al- or have never been the subject ofa better for human and
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be everyone
typed double-spaced and signed' They should Include a typed name address and telephone ligator was that we shouldn't eat cartoon character such as Flipperor animal in the long run.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call tuna because catching tuna Involves BambL Ted Avellone
the editorial page editor at 376-4458 needlessly killing dolphins. The sad irony is that all too AlachuaI


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Call 332.7432. leave message. 3.29.5.5 H P. Price same or lower than mail 88 Acura Integra RS, Red 3-dr, 5'speed, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
order System below Include 1 mb, 40mb Windsurf Fanatic 340. Fun/Race like 24.500 miles Perfect condition, $9.850 Get confidential testing and treatment at
BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr/1ba, ((28ms). graphic monitor, ... new. Thule rack harness. O Neillwetiult Call Ken 3351425. 31669 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 4.
Jacuzzi, sauna, wt room, huge pool, 1/2 MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295 $1000 obo 335.1818. 3.16.56 30.75.11

mi to UF, $230/mo for own room 12cable MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 '81 Toyota Tercel: 5'lpe.d. AM/FM Cassette .
& ulil 372.2857 Dennis. 3.29-5.5 $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery Large studio easel $75. Cost $400. Large Great Condition $1500 OBO Call AAA STORAGE

$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphic picture frame $10.20 ea 377.5792. 3. 335.1366. 3.16-59 Close to UF Convenient
6 FOR SALE monitor $970 1 A 3 year warranties. 4x4x4 $15/mo I
Onslte warranties Panasonic 1180 printer CAR STEREO equip Yamaha 6X9 ipkr 1982 CHEV Cavalier stawgn, luxury ed 4.8x8 $25/mo

Kenwood, Sony and 30 more $185, HP Laser Jet IIp- $1049 41 10 SW 180 watt, max. $80. Sanyo 6X9 40 watt 4cyl economy, auto, ps pb pw pi, pm, 533 SW 2nd Ave. 3771771
Alpine. 34th St 308 W Univ. Ave 4.30.65.6 $20. Subarv am/fm caitette 40 wins $70. stereo, cruise, map wheels very nice car 4.30.75.11
brand are all at our New Locationl Car
Prices firm Call 377.1914 Iv mast 3.16. 335.5296. 31659
3215 NW 13 St 372-
Stereo Specialist For Sale 87' Jaws Moped with low miles.
GATOR MOVING
**
2070. 4.30.75.8Rockford Please contact Justin at 3744870. $350 Double sized bed complete w/new mattress 1982 Chevy Caprice Classic loaded
obo. 327.5.8SURFERS frame. and box tprlngi Asking roadtrip machine $1500 and Kawasaki Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packmg 1.
Foagale, Yamaha, Pioneer, $125' OBO. 3784302. 32856 nem/Hse Full. DayS/Eves. Long die
373-
Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm The Beet ALLIANCE SURFBOARD FOR 440 motorcycle best offer. Ashley Lie/Ins Harry/B 374.4791 4307511
Car Stereo Installers in town. Car Stereo SALE 6FT TRI-FIN. EX.SHAPE 495 7371. 3.18.5-9

to Go 375-1134 430756 2518. 31646 7 REAL ESTATEGreat SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons .
.
87 Mazda Truck: SE 5 B 2200, 5 spd, silver
boarding woodser facilities *
bedliner, power brake, power steering
EASTERN FEDERAL THEATRES Location, Walk to class 1BR 1BA, $4395 or assume loan 332.1748 hay fides parties .tales working
students accepted 466 3224, 3758080.
PARKSIDE
Upstairs unit & Fully
ClNEPlEX OptON keep 31649
trying.
ROYAL PARKCINEMA .
equipped Owner financing $23.500. 4 30 75 11

THEATRES 4 JEFFERY E. SIEGEL! REALTOR 373- 1980 Chevy Malibu ps/pb/ auto ae. excellent .
6063 3.26.11.7 condition low miles $1800 obo. *SUNBELT MOVING*

3702 NEWBERRY RD 373-4277 Call Mazen at 374.9830 or 377.9382 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies
Oakbrook Condo 2bd/2ba/ (turn, ground
Cinemas 3 A 4 $3 50 til 6 pm daily leave a message 3.18.3.9 1-Item House full Local/Lng dist Lie/Ins
floor, poolside Take over payments or
.
Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE 4
S3.M lAftOAIN MATINEE DAILY make offer Eve 376.9743. 316107 '82 BMW 320i, limited series, full loaded, 30.75.11
ALL SHOWS mOME :M PMT CINEMA 1 SI.00 All Shows good cond.. excell stereo car phone.
IEUCTH THUT U.CHfC IHSWTIMEI BLAZE (R) ROCKWOOD VILLAS 3bd/3bath twnhsefor $5700 will neg 3381495. 3.16.3.9
620.730940 sale Assume mortgage, fully lurn, carpet *FREE*

$3.50 STUDENT PRICE blinds central air, all appliances '78 VW bus, dependable, $975 Call 372 Pregnancy Test
WITH STUDENT CINEMA 2. SI 1 00 All Show. washer/dryer/ full am.nltles. More info 3848 evenings 3275.9 Gainesville Women's
THE LITTLE MERMAID (G) call Laura 3354044. 3.30.7.7BY HEALTH CENTER
I.D. CARD 515 7.15 1974 VW BUG $490 OBOI 720 NW 23rd Avenue
OWNER luxurious 3br/3ba In ROCK RUNS GREATI! 377.5055ABORTION
CENTER WOOD VILLAS. End unit, fully furnished
CINEMA 2 S1 00 All Show CALL NOWIII
HI SN>W. 3th Street ALWAYS (PC;) & upgraded Interior. Assumable mortgage CALL 374.4202 (To 24 Wks)
372-S347 9:10 (ONLY) For Info call 3359124. 3-29.5.7 3.18.3-9 BIRTH CONTROL

HOUSE PARTY I\ll'5130\ Gynecology Services
Today: 7:15 9 30 Mon: 2 1980 Pontiac Phoenix, 5 door, 4.30.71.1
Sat. Sun TUM.Thur.:2.15 4.30 7:15 8 30 8 MOTORCYCLES grey
CINEMA 3 am/fm stereo runs good, $750 obo 332
BAD INFLUENCE (R) REVENGE (R) leave. message 32859 CALL CJ THE DJ'S
Today: 7009:15SatThuft 6.00.10:15: Sick of parking? 87 Honda Elite. Scooter .
DJ service at 375.8483. 3 30 26 11
: 200415700815BLUE : 4900 miles excellent condition $600 79 VW Bug Convertible Mint Condition! pro

3772357 4.5.15.8 $4500 Phone: 395.8738. 3.16.2.9
STEEL (R) *NEW TAX SERVICE*
Today:730945SatThun CINEMA 4 Affordable rates $5/FORM
: 230445730945: BLUE STEEL(R) 1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc. Perfect 1978 Chevy Caprice Classic wagon Must Free consultation
625.7.30.135 cond, only 1600 mi. Comes with 2 helmets Sell as Is. $600 call Matt at 335.1783. 3.18.14.II .
call PAUL. 372 5814. mornings.
$2200 obo, for more info call 375 1629
HOW TIMk* FOR 1O.Af ONLY) 8928 or 3772014. 3.18.5.8

Can you buy Jeeps Cars 4 X 4's seized
Stalls Available Now Rocky Creek Farms
r.ldslor under $100?Call for facts
.
in drug
45 acres ring jumps TLC local
Big 11-M I PLAZA THEATRE TRIPLE 7a today 8056449533. Dept. 524. 3161 call 462.5127' or 462.4311 3.16.12.11ONE


KtDAILY TWI-LITE SHOW 44l .X Si iU/PNVv 10 WANTEDLocal STOP DENTISTRY

am .51) AND MATINEES EMMf STARTING wins iiawti BEFORE 1incut PM 371-2434 Accepting new pta emerg.

-- Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class Adult cleaning $28 child $18
$3 00 matinees $2 50 twilight shows Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. OZZI.1 Fine ((4)Wsd) tee. $325, ((3)Wsd) tee. $250.(2)WI.d. .
1 i i sterling between 4 II pm Jewelry 3739243. 4307510 ( ) tee. $200
$2.75 senior citizens 6 children 3.12 Nitrous OXide. Accept MC V. AE

i $3.50 students evening (with I D J ANYONE In the vicinity of the rear entrance Valid only with coupon, up to(4)( ) people.

LAMBADA THE HUNT FOR Rm of Club X, Saturday night Feb. 24 H.T. Gonsouhn, DDS, 372-9521
OCTOBER (PG; U) and who witnessed a bouncer attack a 3.31.15.1''
.10 111111 Ills would.be customer. Call 3784198. 3-16.
LAMBADA (pc;-U) 3.10 ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERSI?
1:30:: ,3:30TlS: ( 1:45: II S2.5O), I. 846 545 746 946 Let special care pets tiers take care of
1.00,10:15,12:15Ilk : JOE VERSUS THE VOLCANO (PG;) your pets while you are away Bonded Ins.
..1..' 715 110 WANTED Dodge Tradesman Van B100, Reasonable 486.4635. 316511
797MS Ribs 62x44149sk121xi
Midnight shows on Friday a Saturday B200, or B300 years 1972 to 1978 for

VERSUS THE show Stunt rI..y photographing. Will pay. Call 375.8710.
JOE
TYPING
MY 3 16 3 10

LEFT FOOT VOLCANO o Need Money! Sell your b ke. Call Steve at 12 SERVICES '

!BJ 3770369 2.18.2.10

1:45: ,(TLS 5:30: II SZ.5O), 15: 3:15: ,(TLS 5:111110:: $25011, YOU WRITE, WE TYPE
1:00 10:11 7:45: ,'::15,12:00: Business Legal Personal Reports
: : 11 SERVICESNW Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.

G'ville Handicapped TYPing

TOYOTAMYERS Mini storage at I.75 ft NW 39th Ave 378.7179Classlfleds.
Civil War
Hard ", 207 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
Drama [! $20, 10% disc. to students 3328917' 4. .

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TII- FORBIDDEN 4-cylinder $24.16 i : STATEWIDE TELECAST >..

IIUIIIIDE8 DANCE 6-cylinder $28.74some NO PERFORMING TALENT

lIED _I n Iffi] 8 I ( models slightly more.) Here'a your chance to represent Florida In the .>*

1:00.3:00: : (TLS 55': 12.50)) *
Florida
The
Miss USA Pageant on CBS-TV
1:30: (TLS 4:10:: II SZ.50) 1991
7:45,1:51:: with the state final set for this *
7.3010:30: :: WE NOW Pageant lion,
I SELL TIRES 1 .. July 31-Aug. 4 In South Florida H you are single, *

aged 18 thru 28 aa of Feb. 1, 1991, you MAY *

fj)1Qlfb BAD4l8Y I .. qualify. For FREE entry Information, send name, *

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A ) ci 444 Brickell Ave, Suite 51-213, Miami, FL 33131 *
a
[!!j I.1 3411 N. Main Torr or call TOLL FREE 1-800-BEAUTYS. State It,

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.10, ALLIGATOR FRIDAY MARCH 16, 1990


TYPING SERVICES TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDPart HELP WANTEDCAMP


QUALITY typing ft Laser.print. Thesis, Counselors: Camp Wayne Co-td time carpentry, n WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS/ ,
*Typing reports business legal it" J .
"Florida: CANTON MAINE One of Americas
finest
UF Scribe ,
resumes cassettes transcribed applications resume papers grad owner children camp, Northeastern Pennsylvania needed. Afternoons Apply
letters notary *etc Available Services 821 NW 13 St 377-6170.**** 6/22 8/21. Great opportunity (for Book Store between 12:00: and 12:30.: Ask camps seek staff June 15 through Aug
19 for positions in tennis, water skiing
24 hours/7 daySl372.2777 4.30.75.12 personal growthl! Specialty counselors for Paul. 3-16-4-13 .
needed for: Tennis, Swim Sail, Basketball competitive swimming, sailing windsurfing
Typing $1.00 pg mm $5 00 Reports, 13 HELP WANTED Volleyball Soccer, Gymnastics, Aerobics fishing and guitar/song leader Reply
EARN to: 130 S. Merkle Rd., Columbus, OH
Theses. whatever, Grad School P T List Nature Camping Guitar Batik $35This
WCS 917 NW 13th 373.9B22, 4.30.75. ADVERTISING Sculpture, Ceramics, Painting Pnntmak- week lor new donors for 2 plasma 43209. ph(614)235-3177( ) 3309.13

MAKE-UP ARTISTBe ing Photography Drama Piano Group donations on our new automated machines Childcare for 2 yr old in NW home, 20.25
MICRO CENTERTyping 3760339. Full a part of the exciting world ol newspapers Leaders, General, RN's, Nurses Aid Special bonus programs each hrs per wk. References required Leave
& sell service computing Typing starts Are you reliable? Dependable? Bookkeeper, Drivers Other positions On month. Free refreshments tree parking. message 3322624. 3.16.4.13
50/pg Resumes $6 Sell service Enjoy a challenge? Have an interest In campus 'Interviews, Wed Mar. 28th. Signup Experienced staff since 1969
serving you
resumes $2.50/hr 15/page Laser exactly how the' pages ol the newspaperare B.l IReitz Union. Call 516.889.3217 lor Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238 YMCA is looking for qualified swim instructors
'made-up? Com to the Independent
typeset. graphics spell check theses Information. 3.16.5.13EARN .
more SW 4th Ave 378.9431 Mon Frl 8.7 Sat and lifeguards For more info
Florida Alligator between 8-4 and (fill out
papers special characters employ 82. 4.30.73.13 call 3767172. 3-16-3-13
ment databases mailmerge training an application. Must be avail. for training
WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 4.30. immediately Hrs Mon.-Fri. 6.10 pm $ FOR r-
Must be avail. summer & fall No phone

Typing/Word/ Processing Quality depend calls please EOE. SPRINGBREAK The Easiest ExamYou'll
able service Reasonable rates Laser
printer 377.8175 til 9 00pm 4.30.29.12 AVON 375-8967
Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train.
TYPlng/Wordproc..slng. WordPerfect Benefits 'Insurance 4-30.75.13 while you study lor your midterms New
5.1 1 quality work fast results, low rates donors earn up to $35 this week lor 2 Ever Take
dependable, personal serVice. Tara 332- NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER/ plasma donations It's sale, easy, and no
1469 43054-12 CAMPS.MASS. Counselor Positions lor appt necessary Stop by Gainesville
program specialists: Team Sports Tennis Plasma 238 SW 4th Ave 378-9431.3.16. Breast self-examination it easy and
TlC lor your papers, projects, theses Performing Arts, Waterfront Inquire: r-
because
takes few minutes.
etc Pro wp Mac 2, laserl Graphics sp Mah-Kee.NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave. SUMMER JOBS In Ft Lauderdale Day ?1 only a
chk reasonable, nts, wknds 373.9619. Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 16 camp stall All positions 150.325wk call breast cances can be cured with early
3.27.10.12 Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045. 305 752.ymca or 384.ymca lor Interview. detection and treatment, taking this
Please call 1 1.800.776.0520. 41848.13 1
ORGANIC TYPING LASER PRINTER Counselors needed lor Florida Childrens' exam could save your life.

WP5 ENGLISH GRAD editproofspellno Need volunteers for a 2 week study of a Summer Sleep.away Camp Also, WSI s For more information about our fourth
cholesterol Ripp, 376.3649. 328 new psoriasis medication 331-5379 4. guitar players etc. Call Jerry 3350573. annual Breast Cancer Detection,
304713LOOKING
Put It In Writing Fast accurate reliable Awareness Campaign contact the

service Masters in English will check FOR A SUPER American Cancer Society at
spelling and edit 24 hrs 3731937 316 'SPLASHTACULAR' SUMMER JOB? WOODYSDaily I
912 Summer Waves Waterpark on beautiful AMERICAN 376-6866
Jekyll Island, Ga. has seasonal openingsin rLl/rtBV 1/ VCANCER
TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Service the following areas: certified lifeguards ,.,......v,.1r 1N.. Stay in touch with your body.
$1 25 double' space Call 373.8387 food service, merchandising admissions ? SOCIETY

3.26.10.12 guest services, rentals, Lunch
administration maintenance and park
Great typing* English maj/rel court rptr services Internships available. Housing and
19 yrs ex p.r. legal/medical 0 Excel available lor non-local residents March X Dinner
spellg/proofg/ From $1 ,25 Call Jill interviews now being scheduled for these Specials
377.9908 3.30.13.12 fun summer jobslll Call us for your Banquet Room and DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
Spring Break intervew Don't miss outll Available
Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc near For complete info pick up an applicationand Catering Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

campus Dependable. quality service brochure at your college placement t*| 7520 Newberry Rd. Ph. 332.7858
Reasonable rates 24hr/day/ Call Carol office, or call 912.635.2074. Deadline 63 Certain votes 30 Concerned 44 Irritatedparents'
373.4464 3.29.11.12 application April ,.t. 3.16.5.13 ''''11. '' 1 Stole, e.g. gps. 46 couture
5 Search high DOWN 31 Cake topper 47 Rent
GATOR TYPING Fast Accurate Low and low 1 Strike out 32 Ticked off' 48 LuPone
Rates Quality laser printing Discountsavail 10 Noah's oldest 2 33 Mohave role
Days. eves wknds 373.4564. 3. Stanley Utopian Speed trap
30.11,12 14 Loser of a device phenomenon 49 Removes, in
fabled race 3 Mountain 34 Upsets printing
The MOVE!
SMART
Word Processing Professional qualityat 15 More spine 37 Urbane 50 Those two
student prices. Fast reliable, service unfavorable 4 Wee Reese 38 Roadside sign 51 "Busy as -"
PREPARATION FOR
Grad school law school experience 378 : 18 Manner 5 Wavered 40 Do a slow burn 52 Catch

7128. 3.30.11.12 17 Notion, In 6 Removed the 41 Ear covering 56 New Deal org.
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,Alteration 18 Soviet Workers' 7 Table scraps
GMAT LSAT GRE org. 8 Put intoservice ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

19 Part of a ORlcA I FIIFND.IBIS

monogram, for 9 Giving anaccount R I F A I L A R D n R R A S F

Call 377-0014 short of B A fA B CAD G F .0 L L A
20 More than 10 Showed
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21 Storm centers 12 Revise iE
41 22 Distributes 13 Queens' team ft ,-A! BRA UN. AND

I. 24 Stewed 21 French I verb ji[ M E PIE: 0 ..t.L E P I LAY

26 Range rover 23 Carson stand-in T E. Rtfil A N R I A M A
BEYour 27 Mount -;: 25 Track figure iE K RON E iE 010 SED

Texas peak 26 New Orleans i F AM.. W N IG. .

28 April Item athlete P I II IT Y 0 R ME.
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34 Zoo's powerful 29 Christiania, II
basic, veggle eater today f r.R; IF R I E.I S LAP
COLLEGE 35 Cheese In lA I I FiT F R .1 S F NT

quasi-fashion, STUDENTS 29 Down 3/16/90/ /

funky fun MAJORING IN 36 Mackinaw, e.g.
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crazy, zany, A 39 Coastal denizen Tr -
AdmID..tJoaDiscover .
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natural fibersportswear
a challenging, 41 Saintly symbols

rewarding future that puts 42 Sheinwold ploy

you in touch with your skills. 44 Destroy,

and assorted Today's Air Force offers ongoing 45 Greek In a way Isle

opportunities for professional
46 Harassed
goodies store development with great pay and 60 Sail stiffener

benefits, normal working hours, 52 Famed

for men andwomen complete medical and dental care, researcher
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and 30 vacation with
days pay per 53 Eden resident
year. Learn how to qualify as an 54 Woodwind

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336-7025 57 Incarcerate

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FRIDAY, MARCH I 16, 1990. ALLIGATOR

HELP WANTEDMature PERSONALS 16 CONNECTIONSGAY LOST & FOUNDFOUND LOST&FOUND '


ns f to cart lor my 2 super kids & STUDENTS GET CASH FOUND: Black cat by Brody Yogurt in
: Man's watch outside Tolbert Hall
do It. htkpg Fri. only 830530.: : Pay n gRef For SWITCHBOARD
Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy Westgate Plaza, 373.0079. 3.27.3.20
,
on 3/10' 395 8191' Ask for Cindy 3163
ft .car. a. mult Jennifer 336 S623mg 372.'1226. 211" W. Univ Ave..nexttoCen. 332-0700, 24 Hrs Info/Referral 20
3 '10 3 '13 tra'' City. 4307515 4.30-75-16 Found set of keys at Bryan Hall. 378.4565.

Found pocket calculator in science I library 3.27.3.20
BUSINESS SAVE ON RAYBANS EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease 3/13 392.2819 or 372-6571 (eves) to I I.D.
University Opticians treatment 28 years exp Or J. Beckum, 3-26-3.20 LOST: Gold ladies Seiko watch on 3/13/'
14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 optometrist 917 W Univ Ave 376.1268. Tues at Danny Reward. Sentimental
3.30-17.8 Found set of keys at Motherly In Girls restroom value 3359995. Leave message for Lau
B 4 U buy anything lor tennis, racquetball, Call Sue at 377-5834 3.27.3.20 ne 3.27.3.20LOST
terminals pe'., buy, tell, squash or badminton, check out EZ Tennis Student Loans & Financial Aid No one
trade, rent & repair Great prices, QUAL Ask your friends about our prices, refused with good collateral EZ terms LOST silver Iridescent stone, : Black cat w/ nterhaven, tag, lost
ring
ITY CDCS 818 W Univ 338-0378. 4 30. quality and service 34 St Plaza. 3.16.'15- Best Jewelry ft Loan 371-GEMS. 3-26.5. around Murphree CSE, or Reitz on 3/9 call 3/10' Sat, Please call Cathy 373.9883. 3.

75.14Income 18 378.6761' or 378.8466 (message) reward.
EZ Tennis knows stringing! Nylon $8+: syn 3285.20 FOUND: bike U.lock key by the railings In
Opportunity gut $12+. If they go low, EZ Tennis will go NEED CASH? Call the cash HOTLINE front of Library East on 313.' 395.9087
set your own hrs, part/full time high Income lower 372-2257, 3.'166.15 371-GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHING! 3.26- I II
potential What will It hurt to look? 5.16
371.3S38 316014'
$ USED CD'S $ TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver diamonds

Put a computer terminal your'room lor. We buy & sell, call 37.SPIKE, Spikes Records etc New or used or broken Bill Jewelry
as little as $50. Buy sell trade pc s & compatibles 3-16.12.15' ft Loan, 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371'.4367. 3.26-
CDCS 818' W University 338- 5.16

0378. 316714 SFCC and UF Student New 8.wk.d. group
lor students ol alcoholic Leave
parentage EARN $100/MONTH/
BUY STOCKS JOIN INVESTMENT CLUB
for Marilyn 372 6817. 3 28,10.
message -
limited Initial $$$ Investment required For your plasma donation Our fully auto
Call Todd 3357042. 3-16.5.14 SKYDIVE mated system Is faster and safer than tam t tV
Skydive with the Willlston Skydivers 336 manual centers Call for appointment and
This ,Is a Notice ol Sale ol Public Outcry ol 7970. 4-5,15.15 inlormation.
lost or abandoned property recovered on Alpha Plasma Center
campus The auction will be held In the If you pay over $20 lor any aerobic item M-F 9:30.530= -Sat 9:30.2:30
Colonade area ol the J. Wayne Reitz you are paying too much, period. Come ft 9 SW tat St. 378.9204.
Union on March 20, 1990 at Sam Included save with E Z Tennis 50% oil on aerobic 3-30.8.8
lor auction will be bicycles, jewelry, gear 3.16.5.15Remember' '
books, clothing, eye glasses Property WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. Fast
that has been held lor 30 days ft not been at E Z Tennis we don't t match Cash for Fast Times Best Jewelry and
claimed by rightful owners by lIam on prices we beat them. B 4 U buy shoes Loan. 371.GEMS. 3.265.16Bi
March 29, 1990 will be sold at this Public rackets-strings. Check us out lor savings ii
Outcry. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO JHE 3722257. 316515' -WM, 35, attractive, healthy, seeks
GATOR LOAN FUND. 316314' other G/BI.M' lor friendship, possible relationshlp .
PO Box 8090,Q'ville FL: 32605
BIKINI SALEon

15 PERSONALSLADIES all wos bikinis! Gotcha, Raisins, Ca.
Proline ft more Get 'em while they're hot 18 RIDES
MAKE MONEYWe at Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW '13 St.
buy & sell good used clothing $45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w/ 5 yrs ol
Call Second Act. 373-8527. 4.30.75.15VuarnetCarrerapayBanGator. UMBRO GALOREBring wkly Frl's/Sun bus trips Pets ok pkg
trantported GMC trans 33S-7026 ((305))
this ad & receive 20% oil any Umbro
Greatprices ,
266 3788. 4 30-75 18
The Soccer shorts We have a great selection
-reg or rx sunglasses Optical
Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave 1 Including Neons! Lloyd Clarke Sports R/T ticket G'ville Charlotte, NC, Ivs Sal
block from Ala Gen 4-30.75.15 1504 NW 13 St 372-7836 (expires 4-'10- 3/17' returns 3/20 $150' obo. Call Gena

90)). 3.8.55ROOM 392.7040 or 332.'1374 after 5pm. 3163'
Natural Foods and Vitamins
ft FOOD STARTING 145mo.
rkenstock Sandals
Sunflower Health Foods Spring Summer a fall housing avail at 19 PETS
CLO. includes meals/wk' util pd, 1 blk ,
87 SW 34th St 372 7482
to UF 377.4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th eCO
4.30.75.15PREGNANT GREYHOUND month old female Freeto
St Student runll 3.215-5"5
good home Phone alter 7pm. 1 497
? Don t guess Get Immediatetest 1214' 316319' '
results from a reliable source COUNSELORS (male & female) lor North
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881'. 4. Carolina finest' 8 week children summer .1
20 LOST & FOUNDFinders
30-75,'15 camp. Cool mountain climate, good 9
pay and great fun) Exp. not necessary For .1I
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get brochure/application: Camp Pinewood, Keepers? I
special student discounts on exams and 20205 1NE 3rd Court, Miami, FL 33179 or II you find something, you can place a
all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. phone 305-722-7560. 461315' FREE ad In this section BI kind to someone 01
377.0881 4307515' who lost what you found. Call 373-
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Results of the women's swim Zubero holds the U.S. Open record .

team's progress at the NCAA in the 200-yard backstroke.The .

Championships in Austin, Texas, five-time All-American broke d r/
were not available at deadline the record at the Southeastern

Thursday night. Conference meet last month,

By SHARON GINN swimming the event in 1 minute.
43.30 seconds.
Alligator Writer
Nesty is Surinam's 1988 Olym-
The 11th-ranked UK men's swim pic gold medalist in the 200-meter

team will be in Indianapolis next butterfly. He is expected to battleit
week for the 67th annual NCAA out with Tennessee's Melvin

Championships. Stewart in the fly events.

Fourteen Gators have qualifiedfor The Gators have won two NCAA

the meet, which runs next championships. In 1983, UF won
Thursday through Saturday at the its first-ever title, edging Southern

Indiana University Natatorium. Methodist by 11 points. The meet

Gators coach Randy Reese said came down to the final race the

he is looking for junior Martin 400 free relay- which UF neededto

Zubero and sophomore Anthony win to beat SMU. In 1984, the

Nesty to challenge for individual Gators again won a close meet,

titles. beating Texas by 10.5 points. .. > ,

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cross-country trekBy .

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tween No. 4 and No. 5 singles, is
GUERRY SMITH
in the rankings for the first time at
Alligator Writer No. 59.

I While most UF students are Alexander and Arendt hold at E ANN STODDARD ALLIGATOR

spending their spring break party No. 5 in the doubles rankings, UF sophomore gymnast Christina McDonald, who sat out last season with a knee injury, will be
ing, the women's and men's tennis while Danforth and Cathy Goodrich competing in her first SEC championship meet next Saturday.
teams will be busy touring the na- have improved to No. 7 from

tion to face top No. 9.
competition. After losing a UF an underdog at SEC meetBy

The third- The latest college tight 5-4 match t to -
No. 4 MIamI
ranked Lady Ga- bama, Georgia and LSU for the top meet.
SHARON GINN
tors head to Utah tennis rankings inTuesday, the im- Alligator Writer spot, leaving UF lost in the shuffle."I The Gators also lost to unranked
UF men'sfor
and California proved
elude I four Lad Y travels think it's going to be a little Auburn in their home gym Jan. 27
five matches team to
Spring break will be anythingbut bit of a private fight between Ala scoring a 185.60 to the Tigers'
against top 25 Gators singles play- Louisiana and for the UF gymnastics team, bama and Georgia," Weaver said. 186.95.

teams before re- Texas for a sollid which will travel to Athens, Ga., "In their minds, they'll be the only
turning home for ers and two dou- week of tennis.a But the gymnasts feel like they
for the Southeastern
next Saturday two that are contenders for it (the
14th- peaking just in time for SECs
March 25 battle The are
bles earns. Conference Gymnastics Champi- title). But I think LSU can do it,
and the 7 NCAA Regionals.
with seventh- ranked Gators, 9- April
onships. too.
ranked California. 4 overall and 2-3 They said they hope to surprisethe
The No. 12 Gators ((10-6)) will Thus Weaver said her team will
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Conference rest of the gymnastics world
UF, 12-2, plays Brigham in the Southeastern ,
Utah meet three of the nation's top five just be looking for a good road by scoring well next Saturday and
Young, Oklahoma State and travel to Baton Rouge, La., todayto
Utah and State. teams in Athens-No. 2 Alabama, score of 188 points or better then qualifying for nationals."I .
this weekend in Provo, face No. 12 Louisiana
No. 3 Georgia and No. 4 Louisiana that
has eluded
something them
U.S. International and San Diego From there it's off to Dallas for a think we'll do better than a lot
State. UF will be defending the all
State in San Diego next week. match with Southern Methodist on year. "
of people think we're going to do,
1989 SEC title it won last March
The depth-shy Gators have lost
Sunday, followed by a confrontation -
Four Lady Gators singles players senior all-arounder Karen Brennalt -
18 at home in the O'Connell Cen-
all their road meets this season,
with Texas Tuesday in Austin,
and two doubles teams are in ter. said. "Never count us out com-
and UF's highest from
score
the latest college rankings. Fresh- Texas. away pletely, but we're going in as the
But UF coach Ernestine Weaver the O'Connell Center was a 187.25
man Andrea Farley is ranked No. For the remainder of spring isn't anticipating a repeat of lastyear's effort against Arizona State and underdogs, and that might helpus.
2 along with another first-year sen- break, UF will compete in the Rice performance. The Gators LSU two weeks ago. ."
sation, Stanford's Meridith McG- Tournament March 23-25 in Hous- But matter how the meet
have lost their three top gymnasts UF has lost two other away no
rath. ton. two to injuries- since winningthe meets to SEC teams, including a goes, Weaver guarantees the com-

Nicole Arendt, meanwhile, has The Gators open the competition SEC title last season, and the Feb. 10 whipping by Alabama and petition will be intense.

dropped from No. 5 into a tie for against Ohio State,while other squad has had difficulties this sea- Georgia. Alabama won that meet "It's going to be difficult to hit,

14th, and Holly Danforth has teams competing in the three-day son competing on the road. with a score of 191.75, with Georgia because you'll be able to cut the
I slipped 12 places to No. 22. Jillian tournament include No. 6 Tennes- In fact, Weaver thinks it will be close behind at 190.85. The tension with a knife,"Weaver said.

Gators scored a 185.65 in that "It's not going to be fun at all."


AlaResurgent schedule at AlabamaMore I

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4 importantly, the Gators were able to base in those innings.
By ALEX MARVEZ After facing Alabama, UF will play hostto
Writer score early with three runs in the first inning Neither UF or Alabama ((11-4 entering a three non-conference teams Massa-
Alligator
and two in the third. late Thursday game against Murray State)
chusetts (Monday and Thursday, 7 p.m.)
The UF baseball team appears to have UF had trouble scoring early last week- has announced a starting pitcher for and Maryland-Baltimore County (Wednes-

snapped out of its batting slump just in time, end against top-ranked Florida State, which Saturday's 5 p.m. game or Sunday's 2 p.m. day, 7 p.m.).
as the Gators open their Southeastern Con- swept a four-game series between the intra- contest in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

ference schedule on the road this weekend state rivals. Top batters for the Crimson Tide are Joe The SEC schedule resumes next week

t against Alabama. The Gators scored a combined seven runs Vitello (.451, 15 RBI 4 HR), John Farrell end with two games against Vanderbilt

UF ((9-11)) ended a six-game losing streak in the ninth inning of three of those losses, (.403, 13 RBI and Phillip Doyle (.377, 8 (March 24 at 5 p.m. and March 25 at 1:30:

Tuesday night by blanking Jacksonville, 5-0. but they also stranded seven runners on RBI). p.m.).