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I Lombardi in favor of increasing: enrollmentBy I

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RONALD DUPONT JR. the nation's 10 best public universities, as the students we admit." stays around 34,200.Governmental .
and JUDY A. PLUNKETT Lombardi! said the only way UF can compete Lombardi's desire to let UF grow is in ( I Relations Vice President
Staff with the better universities is to enroll more direct contrast to former President Marshall Al Alsobrook said administrators have
Alligator Writers
good students- about 40,000 of them each Criser's carefully designed "1,500 Plan." talked about the school's future enrollment

UF President John Lombardi! said he year. The plan, approved by state legislators, al- but a specific plan to admit a certain numberof
wants to admit 6,000 more students each And all those students can be found in lowed UF to cut its enrollment by 500 students extra students each year has not been
year, a move that would catapult UF from Florida, he said. each year for three years and still drafted.

its ranking as the country's 10th largest "My argument is that we should not take receive state money for the students as if "Ever since the 1,500 Plan was adopted,
university to the number five spot. any number as the absolute limit" I Lombardisaid they were enrolled. people have discussed how long we should

The increase would take 10 years, requiremore about future growth. "We're under a The desired effect was to cut the numberof stay at this level," Alsobrook said.
facilities and allow UF to admit some tremendous enrollment pressure from the students in undergraduate classes and I Lombardi said any growth from that level
of the 12,000 freshmen it turns away each state. 1 admit the (admission) standards are improve the quality of undergraduate edu- should be at a regular pace, with UF first
year, Lombardi! said. outrageously high. And many of the stu- cation. The 1,500 Plan ended with the 1988-
Referring to UF's goal to become one of dents we turn away are practically as good 89 academic year, and UF's enrollment now see Enrollment, page 4

McEachern faces I UF pitcher dies after surgeryBy I I

McKnew runoffBy Alligator Staff Writer

CLEARWATER Between tears
BLAKE FONTENAY of grief, the family and friends of
Alligator Writer UF pitcher Steve Georgiadis wantto

Call it the Battle of the "Mc's." know why the 19-year-old soph-
died March 17
Voters living in southwest Gainesville, including students omore following
from routine shoul-
who live on campus,will go to the polls Tuesday to select either complications
W.E. "Mac" McEachern or Tom McKnew for the District 3 seat der surgery.
on the city commission.Both Georgiadis underwent outpatient -
men have had extensive experience with local government surgery at Shands Hospital to
repair a torn ligament in his left
McEachern as a city commissioner for six years and
McKnew as a member of the city plan board for seven. shoulder March 15, and experi-
And both men share some goals- such as allowing student enced "a heart-related complica-
representatives to vote on some city advisory boards and tion" following surgery, a team
said.Georgiadis r
coordinating UF's building program with the city's traffic plan- spokesman
ners. spent the next two

But McEachern and McKnew are different- and the verbal days in critical condition at Shands
warfare between the two men has increased greatly, much of before his death at 3 p.m. last Sat- +N 'Egg A
it with a partisan tone, since the two men urday. His family requested further
qualified for Tuesday's run-off election details not be released.An .
two weeks ago.McKnew autopsy was performed by the
OCpS and McEachern were forced Alachua County Medical f.
into the run-off because neither receivedmore Examiner's Office to find the exact
than 50 percent of the vote in the cause of death, and results will not
March 13 city elections. McKnew re- be released for two or three more 5 43.I
ceived 34.5 percent of the total votes, weeks, a medical examiner's office M L a

while McEachern received 32.5 percent.On spokesman said.
MARCH 27 Because of the uncertainty surrounding
March 16, when many UF studentswere
headed for the beach, the two candidates who were Georgiadis' death, his
eliminated from the race,consulting engineer Craig Hedgecockand family has contracted an attorney.
UF junior Michael Murphy, both endorsed McKnew. Separate investigations are being
conducted by attorney Anthony
Since McKnew and all
Murphy Hedgecock are registered
Battaglia and Shands Hospital Risk
Republicans, McEachern accused them of playing partisan
politics in what is traditionally a non-partisan race. Management Group.
Battaglia said last Monday he will
"All three of my opponents are Republicans, and I think it's
await the results of the autopsy be-
perfectly natural for them to support each other," said McE-
fore making statements regard-
achern,a registered Democrat. "But they should do it openly." any lawsuit.
ing a possible
McKnew said there are no partisan issues in the race, and "At that point in time, I probably
that it was "a shame" that McEachern brought up party affilia- will be in a better position to advise

tion. the family about what the circum-
"Mac is looking for a large bloc of votes," McKnew said. "I stances of death were," Battagliasaid.
don't think (McEachern's claim) will have any effect at all. I "I would think everyone will
think it's pretty much an act of desperation."
have a better direction once we get KLVIN WI'I: '' W'III: ALLIGAlvR
If everyone who<) voted in the first election returned to the the autopsy report." Gators outfielder Bo Camposano, left, and pitching coach Scott
polls Tuesday, and if all of Hedgecock and Murphy's supporters About 150 people attended a fu- Lovekamp wear black patches on their sleeves in memory of Gators
rallied behind McKnew, McKnew would command more than neral for Georgiadis Tuesday at pitcher Steve Georgiadis who died March 17.
67 percent of the vote Tuesday. But if all of the district's Greek Orthodox Church of the
registered Democrats and Republicans voted along party lines, Holy Trinity in Clearwater, includ- his Gators uniform at Serenity Garof amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
McEachern would win with about 64 percent. ing his UF coaches and teammatesand dens Cemetery in Largo. after his record-setting career with
the New York Yankees cut
Both Murphy and Hedgecock insist it was McKnew's plat- several players, coaches and He was eulogized as"the pride of short by the disease.
form, not his party registration, that won them over. athletic directors from Pinellas\ the Gators" by the Rev. Anthony

"It was a hard choice to make," said Murphy, who finished County high schools. Stratos. Stratos compared
Georgiadis was buried wearing Georgiadis to Lou Gehrig,who died see Pitcher, page 4
A 9- V see Election page 5

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< Racial graffiti raises questionsA ter money or by members on behalf of the fraternity.It .

dumpster the Florida State University campuswas also prohibits alcohol at any rush or pledge function

defaced with racial graffiti soon after the releaseof and prohibits sexually abusive behavior, includingany Buffet
South African black leader Nelson Mandela, according activities demeaning to women.
to the Florida Flambeau. U Fraternity punished for harassment

The spray-painted graffiti read, "Support apartheidone Southern Methodist University's chapter of Phi Lunch
less country for us to feed." Gamma Delta recently was found guilty of racial Now Serving

Mokgweetsi Masisi, a member of the Student harassment during a party it sponsored, The Daily 5 Days A Week &
Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism who lived in Campus reported. '
Botswana, said the vandals acted out of ignorance.J An SMU judicial board sentenced the fraternity to Supper Buffet

Fraternity introduces new standards 400 service hours for throwing an "Illegal Aliens" 5 Nights!

Alcohol, drugs, sex and safety guidelines are part party last semester where students dressed up as

of a risk management program recently adopted by stereotypical Hispanics.Dino LUNCH BUFFET
Beta Theta Pi, a fraternity with more than 7,000 undergraduate Madariaga, the coordinator of Hispanic Stu- thru
members on campuses throughout the dent Services, who helped investigate the incident, I Monday Friday
1130: am to 1:30: pm
United States and Canada. said he saw pictures of students wearing sombrerosand

Beta Theta Pi is one of the first fraternities to adopta makeup to darken their faces. SUPPERBUFFET _
guideline program affecting all chapters, accordingto The fraternity will develop a peer counseling pro Sunday thru Thursday
a release distributed by the fraternity.The gram and print an apology in the The Daily Campus. 6:00: pm to 8:00: pm D

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lington Hall Room 2342. Call David, Agriculture: Today is the last dayto Counselors. Fifty hours of trainingin
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I White Student Union Jury finds Rowe guilty I

becomes official groupBy Sentencing i to occur within next three weeksBy

... DUANE MARSTELLER Or he could put the youth in the rejected the defense's contentionthat
custody of Health and Rehabilitative Rowe was insane because of
DEBBIE CENZIPERand Lombardi! said Friday he will do Alligator Staff Writer Services for treatment of his strained relationship with his
RONALD DUPONT JR. nothing to hinder the group. David Rowe spent his 14th mental illness. mother, Dawn Rowe, who was

Alligator Writers "We believe that students,faculty, birthday Sunday behind bars,but Three mental health experts diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic
The White Student Union offi- even college presidents, have the the decision on where he cele- testified during Rowe's threedaytrial after her October arrestin
cially was registered as a UF student right to speak their mind,"Lombardi! brates his next few birthdays is that the teenager has a men connection with shooting another
organization during Spring Break, said. "Any six students who want to now in the hands of a circuit tal illness, but disagreed on woman in the head.
ending months of speculation about get together and find an adviser and judge. whether Rowe met the criteria to But Chief Assistant State Attorney
whether the group could get any call themselves an organization, Rowe,who was found guilty bya be considered legally insane.Dr. John Carlin said Rowe I knew
members or find a person to be its well register them." six-member jury March 16 of George Barnard, chief of what he was doing when he
adviser. attempted first-degree murderfor psychiatry at Shands Hospital, stabbed LaRocca, now 21, with a
With its new status, the White Sandeen said just because UF reg- the April 10 stabbing of UF testified that he believed Rowe pocket knife 17 times. LaRocca,
istered the group, that doesn't mean student LaRocca was sane at the time of the attack,
Student Union will be able to hold Stacy probablywill who testified that Rowe told her
the school actively supports it. be sentenced within the next while psychologists Warren Rice
meetings and fund-raising activitieson he was going to rape her, suffered
campus, as well as ask Student "We don't recognize them," three weeks. But what punish and Elizabeth McMahon said a collapsed lung,punctured
Government for money. Sandeen said. "We've registeredthem. ment or treatment he re- Rowe was legally insane. heart and was blinded in one eye.
WSU President Mark Wright said We think it more accurately ceives will be decided by Circuit David Saliwanchik, Rowe's
he plans to request money from SG describes the relationship to the uni- Judge Elzie S. Sanders. court-appointed guardian, said The three lawyers who represented
for anti-Affirmative Action speakersand versity. Our role is to provide a Sanders could sentence Rowe, the youth was "certainly disappointed Rowe for free Thomas
research. forum for a group to exercise its who was convicted as an adult but with the verdict, but he Kurrus, Sal Mollica and Robert
"They can ask, but so can the constitutional right." Is being held in the Alachua recognizes the hope for treat Rush are expected to appeal
Frisbee Club," said Student Affairs County Juvenile Detention Cen- ment." Rowe's conviction. They did not
Vice President Art Sandeen. hatdoesn't Sandeen signed the organizationinto ter, to prison for 12 to 17 years. In finding Rowe guilty, the juryMcCoy return phone calls Sunday.
official existence at the begin
mean they are going to getit.
ning of last week after giving approval -
to the organization's charges
Wright said Sunday that althoughhe constitution and adviser, Russ I
was excited the group finally
became official, their quest for reg- Schneider, a teaching assistant in Woman .refuses. to testify against. Gator. football. laver
the Turlington Hall Reading Center. --- -0--- -- -
istration shouldn't have caused such former UF student, found naked and crouching be-
controversy. Wright said his first step to promote By DUANE charges dropped and hind a newspaper rack by UF
This shouldn't have been such a the newly-registered organization Alligator Staff Writer testify at a trial, State police the afternoon of Nov. 20.
big deal," Wright said. "We're just is to hold a membership drive More than two months Len I Register said Sun Police arrested McCoy, 20,
another special-interest group." sometime in the next few weeks. woman recanted her later that afternoon and chargedhim
Supporters of the white rights suspended UF starting with sexual battery and
do ag-
good to
He said he doesn't know yet how any go
group said they doubted it would students will apply for membershipand tackle Tony McCoy cut and she won't testify," gravated assault, both felonies.He .
become official after UF President hasn't worked out the her with a knife, the "She said no matter was released on $25,000 bond
Lombardi! criticized it office victim'J
John strongly Attorney's she Nov. 23.
dures. He will be watchful, though,
and anyone who agreed to advise it because many of those who oppose week not to press charges be a witness. She said But three months later, in a
two weeks ago. the group have said they will join McCoy. was made up and she notarized letter to Huntley Johnson -
"It was a long hard road and a lot the group and try to overturn it from The state dropped wouldn't testify." McCoy's lawyer, the woman
of road blocks, but we made it within, he said. armed kidnapping, said she had retracted her storyin
around them (administrators)," assault, two counts of who McCoy said another letter to the State
Wright said. "If Lombardi! stoppedus "I'm not scared, but we're gonna sault and two counts of shared a mar Attorney's office and that its in-
,it would have been such a blatant try to stop anybody from destroyingour sexual battery against apartment with him
violation of the (U.S.) Constitution." club." last Monday because the Manor. She was see McCoy page 7

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overcrowded and apparently illegal Bronx social means of egress, no way of getting out from the many
club early Sunday, killing at least 87 people in the back," fire department spokesman Efrain Parrilla said. Personalized Assistance
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suspect, Julio Gonzalez, 36, of the Bronx, was thick smoke.
arrested Sunday afternoon and was to be charged with Nineteen people were on the first floor and 68 were
arson and murder, Police Commissioner Lee Brown on the second, "where there was nowhere to go, no
said. Gonzalez apparently set the fire after a dispute egress, no windows," Parrilla said.
with a female employee at the club, Brown said. The 87 dead made the arson fire the worst mass ":"''''(:''< : :::..",...". -*'' >'." ;:.: ... :. ...,.. ;...:", <, .,. .
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I Soviet troops occupy two Lithuanian buildingsVILNIUS I J'I'I : :'

Lithuania, U.S.S.R. (UPI) -Soviet troops On Saturday, the Baltic Council of independence I
took from the Com that the three Baltic i r't r : rr:}. '
over two buildings independent movements suggested republics
munist Party Sunday and handed them over to Mos- Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania work together to ln lj :
cow-loyal communists in an escalation of tension end the crisis that began when Lithuania's parliament jrW'
between the Kremlin and Lithuania's national leader declared Lithuania independent March 11. :
Landsbergis so far has refused to meet President .
ship.Lithuania's secession-minded leaders, headed by Mikhail Gorbachev's demands to stop formation of ': :::; : "s ;:; t; if.j0;
President Vytautas Landsbergis, gathered Sunday for self-defense units and hand over deserters from the V: ., ,, . r. '
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entered the Marxism-Leninism Institute and the Soviet soldiers who arrived by trucks took over '. : ::- .:i .
Higher Party School along with communists who have the two buildings shortly before nightfall.The fi :flf..T; ;; ( !;r
remained loyal to Moscow rather than join with the still-unexplained action came one day after an 1JU t,1Jtl.iF'3.00R.Ji 2 22'. !;:.(<::t ti:!: .$$99100 9 0' O.
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fear they will be sent outright to storm this control and for the army to round up Lithuanian ) ;
building," he said, citing information he said he deserters from the Soviet army, whose mounting
received from a soldier.PITCHER. numbers are said to have reached 1,500.

and.. Ntij iI. ;

him," Gators catcher Mario sity of Alabama last weekend be-I ,, ,
of of the circumstances. W'" '' ;tr "E> '" :=\\'Y> : : ?" L
Linares said. "We'll be thinking cause : ; ::
from page 1 him every time we Southeastern Confer- : : ::: B01 ti',; lF: f:.
"Most people know Steve froman step on the field." ence still has not de- If b7Fd .
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UF coach Joe Arnold cided whether to re- :>; :, M" "" .
all-too-short baseball
career, schedule .. /:;:; :i y / : '/ >; li
Stratos said. "He earned the love said the rest of the series or .i}, "t"'F > : :: ;

and knew.respect" of the people he dedicated the season to has the been left- make Georgiadis UF forfeit was it.2-2 fi..rAcl: a d j mic Y Version fi]Y:::;J.Fl: $ 88,00cadmic

handed pitcher, and in his college career, That was never more evident his No. 19 uniform but had played only > ; ):: ;;>;.<'.;',t : <
when the news of his death became this ff'En :"':"" >: n" will be retired at inning
a one year. IC OSO '
known. ceremony later this h k He damaged the rotator > ,, ,.: ftit: !} /;:ti/.y.; ; .; .
"He was a great young man, a year. The Gators are cuff in his left '
super person," said Bill Brinker, wearing Georgiadis' shoulder while play- 1" c ;,V r r.yr.Y mo t m;;:; S 139 00
baseball coach at Seminole number their ing for the Nevada
High on jersey Georgiadis .
where Georgiadis was an all-state sleeves. Griffons of the Kan- : t '0 >>>O> i .,; .r-4*}..:.:; :!'jt : ;j :;:;: :
player. The Gators cancelec d 1 a threesas Jayhaw k League during the (: > u ,:''l h:.':; .:::}.k.;<; 3400

"We love him and we'll miss game road series with t he Univer- summer. ,"


liberal arts is not too small,relativeto wards, chairman of the Board of of Ror dttetudents.{: ;A
ENROLLMENTfrom the size of the university," he Regents the 13-member panel 1.WfoRly r; YUFJ?I.D lflrequired.<'NF :/

page 1 said.To the extra students, that sities.governs Legislators the nine continually state univer face ; !
building new facilities to handle get F
the increase. Lombardi! will have to go to legis- tight budgets with little money for gr.
Most of the increase should be lators and ask them for money to growth, he added.Alsobrook : : I
in the College of Liberal Arts and pay for the new buildings, faculty said legislators haveto :
Sciences, Lombardi! said. and students. State money now allows realize the state is producingmore
UF to enroll about 2,900 fresh potential college students
The focus on liberal arts is that
men each year. each year who have to go to school.
my first look at the university, in
comparison with other institutions, But getting extra money couldbe "The students are there whether
leads me to wonder whether our a problem, said Charles Ed- anybody likes it or not."



1\1Don't! make voting cMc' -stake Blue Key chooses I

could cause confusion in run-off electionBy 1st woman presidentBy

BLAKE FONTENAY There's a chance of that hap- The possibility of name confusion
Alligator WriterIn pening," said Craig Hedgecock, is a problem that has crossed -
who finished third in the city's McKnew's mind. But he said that ANDREA VAlDYKE the candidate is wearing a dressor
the race between McEachern March 13 district election. "Hope- voters were more likely to make a Alligator Writer a pair of pants."
( and McKnew, it wouldn't be too fully, the public is smarter than mistake in voting March 13, when Geraghly has been active in
,'i, difficult for some voters to make a that. I would guess that they prob- his last name was sandwiched on Florida Blue Key elected its first Blue Key since fall 1986 and has
J "Mc"-stake. ably won't get the names con the ballot between two other "M- woman president March 14, end- held numerous offices.
names" McEachern and UF ju- ing 67 years of male domination.
Only 76 votes separated the two fused. -
J nior Michael Murphy.The Third-year law student Kelly "Because I have been in the
men during general election two
a Tom McKnew is a real estate Geraghty received more votes chapter for so long, I have strong
weeks "hard-core"voters who
ago, men agree agent who spent seven years on par- than education graduate student ideas about where I think the
that vote in run-off ticipate in run-offs are more knowledgeable -
every Tuesday's the city plan board, while W.E."Mac" Lynda Wasula,but Blue Key mem- chapter should be going in the
election for the District 3 about politics and
city com- McEachern is retired tele- "
a bers would not comment on the 1990s, she said.
mission seat will be important. therefore less likely to be con
phone technician who served on
But whether many voters will the city commission for six years. fused, McKnew said. vote.Geraghty said she is surprisedby Women make up about 45 per-
I confuse the two candidates, who McKnew finished first in the voting On that point, McEachern i the emphasis on her gender but cent of the chapter's active mem-
J have different platforms but similar March 13 and McEachern finished agrees with McKnew. realizes she is a novelty in Blue bership. Though women have
names, remains an open ques- second,but neither won more than "People are literate they can Key's history. A woman presidentis sought the presidency in the past,
f tion. 50 percent of the total vote. read," McEachern said. long overdue, Geraghty said. they always have been beaten by
their male counterparts,Ge.raghty
"In the chapter, women are on
said. Only the presidency! and the
equal footing with men,"Geraghtysaid.
of Gator Growl
i ELECTIONfrom Murphy that McEachern could win mental protection and increased "The issue is not that I am a post producernever
been filled
page 1 without a run-off if Murphy student representation in local woman,the issue is whether I can by a woman.
dropped out of the race and government, McEachern said do a good job as president." Other officers elected were
pledged his support before March Murphy's decision was expected."I Florida Blue Key President first-year law student Dean Can
fourth in the March 13 election. 13. But since fewer voters returnto guess I was disappointed, butI Ernie Cox said members welcomed non as vice president and account
For several days prior to the the polls in run-off elections, I wasn't surprised," McEachernsaid. the first woman presidentand ing graduate student Steve Lichtas
election, McEachern and his sup- Murphy's backers would do McE- ."It was obvious that they were hoped to change Blue Key'sformer secretary.
porters urged Murphy to drop out achern little good then. both Republicans." image."It .
of the race and support "(McEachern's supporters) told Hedgecock, who finished thirdin is important in this day and The officers will be sworn in for
McEachern's candidacy. Murphysaid me that I'd be worthless to help the election, said that if voters age that Blue Key is not looked an eight-month 21. term during a ban
that the pressure tactics used Mac after the general election," insist on choosing a Democrat upon as a good ol boy's network," quet April

by McEachern's supporters con- Murphy said.That really annoyedme. Tuesday, they'll have an impossible Cox said. "It will be business as usual,"
tributed to his decision to endorse ." choice to make because McE- Geraghty said members are Cox said. 'The only difference is

McKnew. Although McEachern and Mur- achern was a Republican until he more concerned about candidates' a woman will occupy this office as
McEachern's supporters told phy agreed on issues like environ- switched parties several years ago. qualifications and goals than "if opposed to a man."


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isn't over iUi>ag '-1ftMPolitics

Tomorrow will be a frightening day in city politics.

Tomorrow there is a run-off for the City Commission's

District 3 seat which covers most of southwest Gaines

ville and campus. The two men vying for that seat probably
won't give student issues the time of day.

The first-ever District 3 commissioner will either be

W.E. "Mac" McEachern or Tom McKnew. Both men have

lots of experience with city politics but neither has a his

tory of championing student needs.

For District 3, we endorse Tom McKnew because we
think students have a better chance of making him listen.

The best way to judge how receptive these candidates
will be to students is to look at their histories and how

they dealt with students during their campaigns.

While McKnew certainly hasn't advocated student

rights as a member of the city's plan board, he didn't
make transparent promises on student issues either. And
throughout this campaign he has treated students just

like other citizens in his district no better, no worse.
McEachern has said throughout the campaign that he

has a great interest in student issues, yet during his stint

as city commissioner from 1981-1987, student interests

weren't particularly well served.In .

1986, the city introduced an ordinance that

prohibited alcohol consumption in public places after 2

a.m. When asked about the ordinance two weeks ago, Mc
Eachern said he was just one vote on the commission
when it passed. He said if people really want that law

changed, he would look into it. .
Previous Alligator articles show that McEachern and

former commissioner David Flagg came up with the idea
is than fiction
for the ordinance. stranger

Previous stories also showed that students and bottle
club owners were upset with the proposed ordinance yet I was wondering .
If the frat rats who jeered the Take Back the Night '* Robert Raulerson
the pair continued its efforts to pass it, blaming late-night march and rally had human, female mothers or were F
drinkers for downtown crime. The statistics linking drink they hatched from crocodile eggs? AIR TO MAUDLIN
ing and crime were questionable at best, and Student If white student union founder Mark Wright knew
Government the he admits to with If Bob Martinez ever wonders why Bundy came to
leaders gave the commission a 470-signature two men reportedly meeting
petition voicing their concern about the issue.It were members of the Ku Klux Klan or did he really Florida, a state famous for conducting executions, to
commit three murders? Leach died in
Kimberly spite
think they were sports agents seeking to sign him as
bothers us that McEachern tried to mislead us. And the first white player on the Harlem Globe Trotters of Florida's electric chair that's obvious. But, per
it bothers us that he said The Alligator created the con basketball team? versity being what it is perverse is it possible
troversy and that students really didn't care. If the Gator fans who threatened Coach Devoe's Kimberly died because of Florida's electric chair?

For some reason, McEachern thought he was telling us wife should be horsewhipped, handcuffed and stuffed lithe NRA types who compare automobiles to guns
what we wanted to hear. We like to hear the truth. on a bus bound for Louisiana, or should we show are willing to see gun owners subjected to the same
McEachern also took a great interest in the candidacy compassion and offer them free room, board and type of licensing and registration requirements as car
at the Florida State Mental in Mac- owners?
therapy Hospital
of UF Michael the election.In .
junior Murphy during general
Clenny, for the rest of their miserable lives?
fact for weeks the election he and his If brain tumors are contagious? Former CIA Director
two prior to supporters
If anyone under the rank of citrus magnate will William Casey had one,and that's where IranContra -
tried to pressure Murphy into dropping out of the ever see UF President John my-door-is-always-open originated. Now Republican National Party
race, reasoning that with Murphy's endorsement, Mc Lombardi again, now that the housewarming Chairman Lee Atwater has one. Is that where Dan
Eachern could win without a runoff.In ceremonies are over? Quayle for VP originated?
If Ben Hill Griffin Jr. figured out a to take it
left machine way
a message on Murphy's answering just with him.If If there's any economic significance to a 10.5 per
before the election, a McEachern supporter said his sup cent drop in the demand for durable goods, rising
crowded South Florida will be seeing of the
port would be worthless after the general election. disbanded Contras, now that the great big Nicaraguan any interest rates in Japan and West Germany,low housing
Worthless? Is that what the enthusiasm of student starts and the collapse of junk-bond king MikeMilken's
a war is over, or will Ollie North put them up on his
Drexel Burnham? Naw! Don't be
who cared enough to run for the commission would be? livingroom sofa? stupid! worry
We hope the fact that McKnew has a daughter at If you'll buy Governor Bob Martinez as an environ
Tulane University in New Orleans and a son approaching mentalist? Yes? Then IVe got a sinkhole in WillistonI'd
like to sell you.LETTERS. Robert Raulerson is a senior in journalism.
would make him students.If
college age more receptive to .
enough students vote tomorrow, McKnew will realize TO THE EDITOR
their concerns need to be served just like other citizens'.
If they stay home, he couldn't be blamed for ignoring I Article focused on sible, to spend a significant part of best, the editorial page is the place
them. I the story discussing adviser Russ for that kind of opinion.I .
Schneider's troubles with the law.
character not issue I am confident that there are
It is surely a low form of argument
honorable people on each side of
alligator Editor Editor: I read the article, "White to seek to discredit a person or a the questions concerning Affirm
Lucy Chabot rights group, crowd clash," in the view by discrediting a person who ative Action and WSU. You do not
March 16 issue of the The happens to hold that view.
Alligator.I the
Managing Editor Opinions Editor do justice to the issues or
I do not yet have an opinion con The three paragraphs discussing people involved by the approach of

Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton cerning the White Student Union, Mr. Schneider's troubles the article in question. I trust that
Letters Policy but I do have an opinion on the to have no role other than that seem of The'Alligator will learn from its
article and the of reporting.It .
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page) They should be style an attack on his character and in mistakes.
typed, double-speced and signed!. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone seems to me to be a bit improper tegrity. I believe Michael Webb
If the writer If have call any responsible
number Names will be withheld shows Just cause you any questions
the editorial page editor at 376-4458 I if not outright irrespon- journalist would tell you that, at GainesvilleIt



u Campus tranquil during break

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Students who stayed enjoyed short lines, lots of parking:

VO By PATRICIA LEE and offices were closed,those who time and space,however,an'"tmpty;
had errands to run found there campus seemed a bit eerie for
Alligator Writer
00a were no lines in the financial aid some.
O "\"c.O' The dorms were silent. There office, Infirmary and other nor "It was strange to see everythingso
were no lines in the Infirmary or mally busy campus offices. empty,"said Abraham Quezada,
financial aid offices. And finding a Finding parking spaces on cam a foreign exchange student from
parking space was no problem at pus was easy, as most cars were Mexico. Quezada, a graduate student
all. gone and parking restrictions were employed by the poultry sci-
\ il --- = "f. While many students were lifted. ence department, decided to stayin
drinking, dancing and dozing in Some of the few places that Gainesville and work instead of
// 1W ) Daytona Beach, the Florida Keys seemed to run at normal capacitywere going home."I .
-., and other vacation spots during the libraries, where students would have loved to go home,
TONIGHTMONDAY ; Spring Break last week, those who worked on term papers during limited but it would have been too much
) stayed behind took advantage of hours. money," he said. "By staying here,
MARCH 26th an empty but semioperationalcampus. "This was a good time to get I was making money Instead of
things accomplished," said spending it."
* at the Orange & Brew "It was nice and quiet,and it was Durden, who spent much of the Money was a deciding factor for
just wonderful" said break who decided remain."I .
sophomore house-hunting, jobhuntingand many to
u, 5:00: 9:00: pm biology major Wanda Durden,who exploring spots she had not 1 had plenty of reasons to stay,"
O lives in Thomas Hall. yet visited, like Lake Wauburg. Durden said, "but I was also too
Although many departments Despite the much-enjoyed extra broke to go anywhere."

c Film your own a McCOYfrom her into testifying were unsuccessful. coach Steve Spurrier said earlier
this year McCoy could return for
o music videos j page 3 "We waited for a long period of the 1990 season if he was clearedof

> Keep a FREE video tape sistence on prosecution was "an time to see if she would change her the charges and became aca-
_X outrageous act of prejudice against mind and testify,"he said."She just demically eligible.
O No lip-synching Tony McCoy." did not want us to prosecute." Spurrier and UF Athletic Director

c Choose from 96 songs, Register said the woman has McCoy, a 6-foot-l, 265-pound ju- reached Bill Arnsparger for comment could Sunday.not be
written several similar letters to his nior from Orlando,was indefinitely
V 6 wild backgrounds office since then the last one suspended from the football team Alligator\\ staff writer Jason Davis
March 9 but attempts to coax and UF for the incident, but UF contributed to this report.
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I' Lady Gators begin Swim teams do well at NCAAs 1 1United

I Prosy InternationalINDIANAPOLISUFused compete for Spain at the 1990 were the top performers for the
Goodwill Games. Lady Gators. Hedgepeth com
l outdoor competitionThe two peted in seven events and scored
Individual championships Saturday 54 points for the team. Linehan,
to lock away a fifth-place finishat Lady Gators take third. The along with senior Julie Gorman
UF women's track team The discus and javelin throwers the 1990 NCAA Men's Swim
UF women's swim team had to and sophomore Jane Kerr, won 42
opened its outdoor season at the who do not In ming and Diving
participate Championships. compete with only 10 swimmers points for UF.Hedgepeth.
Georgia Relays in Athens Ga., the indoor'season, competed in Despite the strong showing the against big guns Stanford and won the 200-yard
on Saturday without the sertheir first competition of the' Gators were unable to move up in Texas at last week's NCAA cham- freestyle in 1 minute, 45.21 seconds
vices of seven-time
Howard. AlIAmeriyear.. Lady Gator Cindy Herceg the team standings.Texas claimedits pionships. So it wasn't a surprise ,a UF record. She also placed
- can won the javeiin with a throw of third consecutive team title with when the Lady Gators took thirdto second in the 500 free second
Howard, who accounted for 159 feet, inches. 506 points. Southern Cal was sec the two teams in the meet at only to Olympic gold medalist and
16 of her team's 22 1/2 points ond ((423)) followed by Stanford Austin, Texas. Stanford freshman Janet Evans.
at the Indoor NCAA Championships UFo also finished fourth, fifth ((354)), Michigan ((351.5)) and UF What was surprising, though, Hedgepeth swam the event in
,pulled her left quadricepmuscle and eight in the discus.Raelene ((305)). was the intensity of their swim 4:38.80: beating her personal best
during a meet in Jamaica Carter threw 144-8; Manette UFs winners were sophomore ming.Last year,with 17 swimmers, by over two seconds.
during the break and will Cheshareck came up with 144-5 Anthony Nesty with his second
the Lady Gators earned 58 All- She also swam legs on the American
be sidelined for two to three and Katherine Heller threw 137- title of the meet and junior Martin America honors. This year, they record-breaking 200 medley,
weeks with the team of- 7, Zubero with his first. &
Injury Nesty won garnered 52. relay and the second-place 800 free
ficials said. JOSEPH TODD the 200 butterfly in 1:43.46: ,adding "I think we outswam everybodythere relay. Linehan and juniors Lorraine
that title to his 100 butterfly crown with what we had going in," Perkins and Stephanie
won Friday night. Lady Gators coach Randy Reese Zunich joined Hedgepeth in the
GYMNASTSfrom Lack of depth, the gymnastssaid An Olympic gold medalist in said. "We're losing less from our 200 medley relay.
page 12 ,is what put them in fifth place. 1988, Nesty edged out UNLV's team than Stanford and Texas and, Linehan just missed breakingthe
Robbins broke former UF Aside from losing Miller last year, Bart Pippinger ((1:43.55): ) and if we can have an even recruitingyear American record of 53.98 in the
- gymnast the Gators have had to compensatefor Tennessee's Melvin Stewart with them, we will definitelybe 100 backstroke. She won the event
Melissa Miller's all-around
38.80 win. record, the loss of senior Janice Kerr ((1:43.55): ). back in contention for the na- with a UF record and secondfastest
scoring a to
and sophomore Lynnette Wittmeier Zubero won the 200 backstrokein tional title with a good chance of American time of 54.10.
The Gators did not place
anyonein to season-ending injuries. a pool-record 1:43.99: unseating winning it next year." She then went on to defend her
either the all-around or in india Nevertheless, Weaver is Im- defending champion Jeff Rouse of Texas took first in the competition 1989 200 back title, winning the
vidual events. UPs top all-aroun- pressed with her team's progress Stanford ((1:44.61): ). It was the third with 632 points, defeating top- event with a UF record of 1:57.02.:
der senior Amy who
was Beispiel
this season. top-three finish of the meet for ranked Stanford, which scored Zunich was the other Lady Gatorto
took 11th place with a 37.55. Titus "Gosh, think of what the kids Zubero, who finished third in the 622.5. UF scored 477. Californiawas win an individual event. She
placed 13th ((37.40)) and senior have done," she said. "We're stay- 200 individual medley and 100 fourth with 263, and UCLA swam a 1:01.37: to keep her 1989
Karen Brennalt placed 16th ing up with the big guys. You backstroke. took fifth with 224. NCAA title in the 100 breast.

((37.00)). know,we're not very far away from Following the race, Zubero said Freshman Whitney Hedgepethand Alligator writer Sharon Ginn
Junior Tracy Wilson was theGators' them, gymnastically speaking he had accepted an invitation to sophomore Kristen Linehan contributed to this report.
top individual event fin- and with almost nothing. Take

isher, tying for fourth on beam their(Alabama's) top five away and Women netters win 6 win 3 I
with a 9.65. Sophomore Christina let's see how they would have done men
McDonald scored a 9.65 to tie for tonight."

sixth on bars. And the gymnasts think they are Alligator Staff Report and Ellen Walliser 6-0,6-1. in Houston. UF reached the third>;
The Gators, ranked 14lh nation peaking in lime to qualify for the During the break, the Lady Ga- place match by defeating Ohio
ally on the floor, posted their low NCAA Championships at the April The third-ranked UF women's tors ((18-2)) earned five victories, State 5-4 Friday and losing to Rice
est total this year- a 47.05 on 7 Regional Qualifying meet in tennis team swept doubles play to defeating Brigham Young, Okla- 6-3 Saturday.
that event. UF was the first teamto Gainesville."We defeat sixth-ranked California 6-3 homa State, Utah, U.S. International During the break, the Gators
compete in the floor during the don't have the depth that Sunday at the Varsity Courts. and San Diego State. ((12-6)) split matches, defeating

meet,which Weaver said may have Alabama does," Titus said. "But The score was tied at 3 after the mom Southern Methodist 9-0 and losing
hurt them. we've done well with what we have. singles portion of the dual match, to Texas 5-1. A match against Louisiana
The gymnasts then went on to Everybody's improved some- and UF took a 4-3 lead in the match Gators take third. Courtesy ofa State was rained out, and
score a season-high 47.30 on vault. where. A lot of good things have when the No. 2 doubles team of 5-1 victory over Trinity on Sun another against Columbia was
But two falls on bars and five on happened this season for us. And Nicole Arendt and Jillian Alexan- day, the UF men's tennis team postponed because the CU team
beam,put them behind Auburn. it's not over yet." der whipped Cal's Tiffiny Silveria placed third at the Rice Invitational was quarantined with chicken pox.

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Gymnasts take 5th

win two at conference meetBy

erage, by which all NCAA teams
vs. VandyBy Writer are ranked.
Alligator "We were looking fora 188, and
ATHENS,Ga.-It was a record- that's exactly what we did,"
MIKE DAME breaking night at the Georgia Col- Weaver said. "We would have likedto
Alligator Staff Writer for it seemed in fourth to it
iseum everyone, stay position get ,
It wasn't the prettiest display of but the UF gymnasts. but I don't think .15 (points) is any
Division I college baseball, but no Some of the nation's top teams big deal."
matter. As far as UF coach Joe were gathered there Saturday for Alabama won the meet with a
Arnold is concerned,a win is a win. the 1990 Southeastern Conference record 193.55 points. LSU placed
Every Gators starter hit safely 00 M4r Gymnastics Championships second ((192.05)) and Georgia took
Sunday afternoon against South- what one coach predicted wouldbe third ((191.85)). All three scores
eastern Conference foe a "mini-nationals." were higher than UF's score last
Vanderbilt, as UF ((14-12 overall, She was right. One SEC meet year of 191.50, which was good
2-1 in the SEC) outlasted the Com- record after another fell as gym enough to give them the 1989 SEC
modores ((10-10, 2-4)) for a 13-9 nasts posted scores as high as 9.85. title.But
victory in front oi 999 spectators at Unfortunately for the UF gym- Weaver said she didn't con-
Perry Field to take the weekend nasts, they weren't among those sider the judging to be unusually
series 2-1. standouts. Instead, UF's own SEC high. She said the teams could
"It was an ugly win today, but records were swallowed up by the easily be "one, two and three at
I again it's a win, and we'll take it conference's big three No. 2 nationals."
any way we can get it,"Arnold said. KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR Alabama, No. 3 Georgia, and No. And Alabama, she said, was un-
UF's John Pricher helped keep Vanderbilt in check during theGators'
"I'm very pleased to win two out of 4 Louisiana State while the No. beatable.
three. I think that's somethingeach 13-9 victory Sunday at Perry Field. 15 Gators struggled to stay on the "It's the mind set that they
team strives for in every se- gled to spark the rally, and Joe But the Commodores returnedthe balance beam and uneven bars. have,"Weaver said."They don't do
ries, and if we can do that, we're Russo and Gregg Castaldo walkedto favor in the sixth and seventh, In the end, the Gators managedto anything different than the rest of
going to be in good shape at the load the bases with one out. tying the game at 8 to set up UPs place fifth with a 188.00, their us, but they have a total mind set
end." Mike Moberg then singled just four-run outburst in the bottom of lowest finish ever at the SECs. and they're very focused on every
The Commodores aided UF's ef- past the shortstop to drive in a run, the seventh. Vandy's Mickey Ellison Unranked and fifth-seeded Auburn event."
fort with five errors in the contest, but Vandy left fielder Bart King delivered the key hit with a moved into fourth place, beating UF All-American Pam Titus
leading to five unearned Gators muffed the grounder to allow three-run homer in the seventh. UF by .15 points. agreed.
runs. Vandy, which tallied 14 mis- Russo and Castaldo to score and Both teams scored a run in the Yet UF coach Ernestine Weaverwas "It's not so much physical"Titussaid.
cues in the series, has committed Moberg to move to third base. eighth for the final margin. UPs anything but disappointed.The "It's just that they (Alabama)
57 errors in 20 games this season Moberg then scored on a Dave Eric Martinez drilled his third Gators' score was their high- are just so mentally set, that they
an average of almost three a Majeski fielder's choice hit to the homer of the season for the Gators' est road total this season and can walk in on any night and do it.
game. first baseman. 13th run. exactly what Weaver said she was And that's exactly what they did
After UF reliever Todd McCray McCray ((2-2)) struck out three The victory capped a split of a hoping for. tonight. Nothing in the world could
i gave up four runs in the top of the Vandy batters in the last two in- doubleheader Saturday, in which The total likely will move them have stopped them."
seventh inning, tying the game at nings to earn the victory. UF won 7-5 in the first game and up in the rankings by replacing the That was apparent. Alabamanow
8,the Gators offense came through After Vandy took an early 1-0) lost the nightcap 10-8. 185.65 UF scored at Alabama on owns the meet records for
with four runs in the bottom of the lead, the Gators pulled ahead with During the break, UF won three Feb. 10. A team's top two home team totals on vault, bars and
frame to secure UF's sixth victory three runs in the second, one in games, beating MarylandBaltimore scores, top two road scores and beam. Crimson Tide senior Mariesee
j in seven games. the third and three in the fourth County and winning a dou- next highest score are used to de-
UF catcher Mario Linares sin- for a 7-1 lead. bleheader against Massachusetts. termine its regional qualifying av Gymnasts' page 11



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