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Sheppard changes plea,

must serve 8 life termsBy

DUANE MARSTELLER Sheppard, who has three prior convictions
including one in 1980 for seconddegree -
Alligator Staff Writer
murder in the shooting of his abusive
Clutching his mother's hand and occa- stepfather, waived his right to be consid-
sionally wiping a tear from his eye, Darren ered for parole. Even if he hadn't, he wouldbe
Sheppard bowed his head slightly as Circuit eligible for parole in 203 years, insuringthat
Judge Elzie S. Sanders sentenced him Mon- he "will die in prison," State AttorneyLen
day to eight consecutive life terms for killing Register said.

two Steak n Shake employees and "We resolved it i in..such ,a way that this.
critically injuring a third during man will die in prison:' said J
an Oct. 3, 1988 robbery. Register, who was prosecuting -
Saying he wanted to end the the case. "You heard the
suffering of the victims' fami- judge say 'life in prison' eight
lies and that of his own family, times. It really is death in
Sheppard, 26, changed his pleato prison, because he will die in
guilty Monday to avoid a prison."
possible death sentence. Register said the state ne.
Sanders repeated to gotiated Sheppard's plea be-
Sheppard, "(You)( ) will be sen- cause it was afraid several
tenced to the Department of pieces of evidence includ-
ff.l Corrections to serve for the ing an incriminating letter
'f\J/t-n'/ : : rest of your natural life" seven Sheppard found in the Jacksonville
"ft.. times, ending almost 18 apartment': where Sheppardwas
;. : months of anxiety for the families of both arrested four days after the shooting
,:"" victims Todd Bidwell, 17, and Isaiah would be thrown out because of challenges
Griffin, 28 and for Deanna l l..eudeman. by defense lawyers, lessening the \
the assistant manager who survived a close- chance Sheppard would receive the death
range gunshot to her head. penalty.
"Judge Sanders expressed his concern
r Sheppard, who was sentenced as a habit-
ual offender,will serve life in prison for two over the admissibility of key pieces of evidence
murder of ," Register said. "It was unlikely that
counts of first-degree one count
attempted first-degree murder, three we would see Darren Sheppard sit in the
,; counts of kidnapping and one count of electric chair. Our first preference was
armed robbery. Sanders also sentenced the death penalty, but looking at the way
appellate courts look at certain pieces of
Sheppard to life for an unrelated armed
robbery and to 10 years for grand theft from
see Sheppard, page 11
the restaurant.

r4 ; Census attracts local help I

ire UF, SFCC students aid 21st population count

Gainesville resident Jack Ronai said a
common question is if out-of-town college
Staff Writer
students should fill out the forms or let their
About 125 people locally, mostly UF and parents count them.
Santa Fe Community College students, are "Lots of times students live in dorms and
working with the U.S. Census Bureau to they're not sure whether their parents are
help complete the 21st count of the counting them," Ronai said.
country's population, which is taken every But because they spend most of their
10 years. time living at school, students should give
x Gloria Roberson, census district officer their own information and tell their parentsnot
sye p. e+ .y 5n
ffY manager, said employees had to pass a test to include them on their forms, he said.
at the Reitz Union before Spring Break and Economics Professor Stanley Smith, UF
get FBI clearance for the jobs. Positions Economic and Business Research Bureau
were available for counters, office workers population program) director, said the cen- "
and supervisors,recruiters,field operations sus is important not only to determine
supervisors and crew leaders who coordi- states' Congressional representation, but .'
nate counters. also for getting money for services.
"Many students volunteered to man ta- "Funding for all different types of pro-
bles for recruiting on campus," she said. grams is tied to population," Smith said.
Office supervisor Ruth Benjamin said the In Gainesville, as well as throughout the
30-question() test took about 30 minutes and country, census takers designated March
paperwork took another hour and a half. 20 as a separate counting effort called "$-
He does windows WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR Wages range from $5.50 to $7.00 an hour, Night"-or street and shelter night. It was ,
depending on the level of the job. If the job an effort to count the homeless population,
Dan Kong, an athletic association employee, spent his Monday afternoon requires driving, it pays 22 cents a mile. and Roberson said it went well locally.
pressure cleaning windows on the west side of Ben Hill Griffin Stadiumat Benjamin said the office, which answers But it's too soon to know how many

Florida Field. questions over the phone, has six employees homeless live here, she said. ,

working at a time, although it isn't see Census, page 11II 'tI
always busy. I



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Man beaten outside dance clubA .J Workers burned near Health CenterA Ethics Lecture Series

19-year-old man was beaten twice late Thursday father and son working Saturday afternoon at a Presented by the Dean and Faculty
night and early Friday morning after asking a womanto heating plant west of the UF Health Center were
dance at a Gainesville nightclub, Gainesville police burned after a crane engine exploded and ignited a College of Business Administration

gasoline can, UF police said. University Of Florida
said.The man, who is not being identified, was treated Alton Wiggins, 46, was in critical but stable condi-
and released Friday morning from Alachua General tion Monday afternoon at Shands Hospital after "Business Ethics and Beyond"by
Hospital after being dragged out of his car and beatenat receiving burns on his face and chest, Shands spokes-
the 200 block of West University Avenue shortly woman Lisa Sherouse said. His son, 25-year-old

after midnight Thursday, Gainesville police spokeswoman Gregory Wiggins of High Springs, was treated and Michael B. Metzger
Lt. Sadie Darnell said. The man told police he released from the hospital Saturday, UF police
believed they were the same two men who beat him spokesman Brett Hodgson said. Professor of Business Law

earlier at Central City, 201 W. University Ave., after The engine backfired and exploded after Gregory Indiana University
he asked a woman to dance, Darnell said. started it shortly after 2:30: p.m., Hodgson said. The March 1990
"He was stunned and could not describe the gasoline can, which was on fire, fell on Alton after 4>00 pm Wednesday 28

suspects, but he believed they were the same as at Gregory dropped it. Gregory burned his hands while University Auditorium
Central City," Darnell said. trying to put out the flames, Hodgson said.


: English professor Kevin Room 130 for elections. Call 336- porary Women's Fiction of Spain a work of art
McCarthy will discuss the under. 0487. tomorrow at 4 in Turlington Hall
graduate English program at 12:50: Human Resources: The Society Room 2318. with you in it. .
today in Turlington Hall Room for Human Resource Managementwill Poetry: UF's literary magazine, session, makeover
4008G. The English Society also will host an Internship Forum The Mangrove Review, will sponsora and folio
meet tonight at 6:30: in the Orange & tonight at 7:30: in Matherly Hall poetry reading tomorrow night at
Brew. Call Jonathan, 3380017.EAG Room 119. Call 336-7436. 8 at the Artitorium. Call 371-3017. $75
: The environmental Action Cells: The Microbiology and Cell Animal lovers. : The Pre-Vet Club
Group will meet today at 5 in Tur Science Club will meet tonight at 7 will meet tonight at 7:30: in Reitz ($175 value)
lington Hall Room 11>11. Call 392. in McCarty Hall Room 3108. Call Union Room 337. Call 395-8323. As Featured On '
MAKE. Carlos, 378-3429. Crisis:The Alachua County Crisis Channel 5 News
Weavers: The Gainesville Hand- SAMS: Students Against Multiple Center is looking for new Crisis Line
weavers Guild will meet tonight at Sclerosis will meet this evening at Counselors. Fifty hours of trainingin the results
7:30: at Howard Bishop Middle 6:15 in the Jennings Hall Conference Suicide and Crisis Intervention is Now you can see
School. Call 376-3316 or 338-7320. Room. Call Andrea 336-8829. provided. Call 3723659. of your portrait sitting-
BBQ: Hillel B'nai B'rith Founda- Conduct: The Office for Student Posters: Alachua County is sponsoring immediately. Because we'reApr
tion will have an Israeli-style barbecue Services has applications availablefor the 1990 Fair Housing Month using the KODAK PRISM
tonight at 6 preceding the film the 1990-91 Student Conduct School Children's Poster Contest to Electronic Previewing System.QN1XAT.
The Summer of Aviya in the Reitz Committee in Tigert Hall Room 124. commemorate the 22nd anniversaryof :
Union at 730.: Call today by 1 to They are due April 2. Call 392-1261. The Fair Housing Law. The con
reserve a space. 3722900. Books: The English Society will test is open to students K-12 and Call JJlffl
Skis: The UF Waterski Club will hold a book sale in front of Tur ends Friday. Call 374-5275. x TODAY3737349/ r
meet tonight at 8 in Reitz Union lington Hall this week beginning at 9 MDA: The Muscular Dystrophy COO
Room B70. Call Mike 373-2176. each morning. Call Beth 395-8570. Association needs counselors for "

Id:The Psychology Club will meet Spanish fiction: Professor Geraldine Camp Love, June 3-8 in Waycross, Cutrtntud' for Life 1'Iroh-Mrnpln: ;;
tonight at 7 in Psychology Building Nichols will discuss Contem Georgia. Call 739-3968.

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Decision on parking lot Student vote key in run-off I

/ the apartment complexes along Southwest 16th

at Norman Hall delayedBy By BLAKE FONTENAY Avenue where many students live.
Alligator Writer Students could maximize their impact in local
How important could the student vote be in elections if they rally behind one candidate and
said."We thought it (the Norman Hall
USE ASHER today's run-off election for the District 3 seat on vote as a bloc, McEachern said.
field would be the only recreational
Alligator Writer ) the Gainesville City Commission? And both McEachern and McKnew would like
available that side of cam-
facility on Just ask the two candidates for that seat, retired to have that student bloc.
The Parking and Transportation pus." Sloan said he would have to telephone technician W.E. "Mac" McEachern and McKnew said he hopes that the campus pre-

Committee voted not to support a UF contact the Dean of Recreation, Parks real estate agent Tom McKnew."It cinct, Precinct 31, and his own neighborhood,

Facilities Planning proposal Monday and Tourism before he makes any takes 50 percent plus one vote to win the Precinct 40, will swing the election his way.

afternoon to build a new 120-space, new proposals."If election," said McEachern, who served on the Winning the campus precinct by 150 votes
$100,000 parking lot at Norman Hall. we can verify it", it will solve commission from 1981 to 1987. "Any "would be a hill victory "McKnew said.

The Committee decided to recom- everybody's problems, Sloan said. one student could cast the decidingvote. But students have a poor history of

mend that the Campus Planning Assembly Recreation, Parks and Tourism ." voting in city run-off elections.

postpone a decision at Dean Paul Varnes agreed that, with McKnew,who served on the city plan Only 56 students voted in Precinct

Wednesday's meeting until further information the extra recreational space,he mightbe board for seven years, agrees. 31 during a 1988 run-off, after 390
is obtained.The eight mem- willing to lose one of the softball "The student vote could be every- students had voted in the general election .

bers agreed not enough diamonds at Norman Hall. But, he thing," McKnew said. The students two weeks earlier. However, the

consideration had been given to decide added, to take any game space away could very well be the balance in this general election that year was held in

whether a major portion of Nor now would be intolerable.The election if they come back to vote." conjunction with a presidential primary
man Hall's front lawn should becomea original proposal made at the McKnew and McEachern were MARCH 27 ,which usually produces a higher

parking lot after a recreation depart Parking Committee's Feb. 5 meeting forced Into the mrwiff because neither turnout.

ment representative said the department would have extended the existing won more than 50 percent of the vote in a general Two weeks ago, 250 students voted at Precinct
might not need the field in two parking lot into one softball diamond. election March 13. McKnew finished first with 31, or 15 percent of the precinct's registered

years. "We have only four lighted fields 34.5 percent of the vote, while McEachern fin- voters. In comparison, 3,818 people, or 36 percentof
After an hour and a half of discussion now," Chafin said. "You can't eliminate ished second with 32.5 percent. District 3 covers the district's registered voters, voted during

Campus Recreation Director the softball teams and other southwest Gainesville and the precinct where that election.
M.B. Chafin said his department About 100 softball teams vote.
groups. students living on campus may
of Elections J.K. "Buddy" Irby pre-
might be able to give up one of the play week at the Norman Hall
every McKnew and McE-
Only 76 votes separated dicted that today's turnout would be between
Softball diamonds at the Norman Hall .
softball achern two weeks ago, and with voter turnout and 25 percent of the district's 10,645 voters.
field because a new 26-acre recreation Facilities Planning's second proposal expected to be lower today both candidates are
facility behind Lake Alice will include But Irby was cautious about making any pre-
would have built the new parking scrambling for all the support they can get.
four new softball diamonds. lot in front of Norman Hall, ,off? of diction, because this will be the first-ever runoffsee

This was never told to us," Facilities "Every precinct is important," said McEachern, Vote page 10
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NEW YORK (UPI) The suspect in the Happy If there is a death in an arson case, the charge is WUUlsl
Land social club fire was charged Monday with 174 usually felony murder, Johnson said. A third charge
counts of murder- two for each of the 87 victims of involving second-degree murder, intentional, was not
the inferno touched off with a dollar's worth of being brought against Gonzalez, Johnson said. Caper is
gasoline. First-degree murder applies only to the slaying of:
Bronx District Attorney Robert Johnson said Julio law enforcement officials such as police officers or
Gonzalez, 36, knew the illegal club was a firetrap,and prison guards. vE7 ComingSoon
he vowed to put the Cuban emigre behind bars for Gonzalez also was charged with attempted murder
the rest his life. and two counts of arson.
He said Gonzalez was familiar with the club's floor The charges were to be brought before a grand jury a !
plan and knew there were no windows on the second later this week, Johnson said.
floor or any rear exits. Johnson said the tragedy began early Sunday morn-
Gonzalez "forced the occupants of the club to ing when Gonzalez showed up at the Happy Land. In
choose between remaining inside or breaching a wall his confession, he allegedly told police he drank two
of flame at the doorways," Johnson said at a news beers at the bar in the club, then started arguing with
conference.He his former girlfriend, a ticket-taker at the club.
said the former Cuban soldier who came to the Before he was kicked out by the bouncer, he toldan f =- .
United States on the Mariel boatlift in 1980 had madea employee he"would shut this place down,"Johnson
full confession to police following an earlier said.Then
videotaped confession after the fire. Gonzalez walked to a nearby gas station wherehe
"I'd like to see him sentenced to the maximum bought a dollar's worth of gasoline, Johnson said.
allowable under law," Johnson said, adding, "We are He returned to the club, but, "seeing a possible
trying to see if the sentences can run consecutively.If witness," he pretended to make a phone call until the
that's the case, the minimum sentence would be coast was clear.
over 2,000 years." "He then poured gasoline between the street and 'f 7f 7f 7f 7f 'f 7f l'
Gonzalez was being held without bail under a an inside door of the club and ignited it,"Johnson said. ONO
suicide watch in the city jail on Rikers Island. "After watching the fire burn for a while, Gonzalez mom I1moSCeNE
He was charged Monday with 87 counts of murderin returned home, where police found him a few hours Md am
the second degree by depraved indifference to later,"Johnson said.
human life and 87 counts of second-degree felony Johnson said Gonzalez "reeked" of gasoline when
murder. arrested.

. Escalating violence l kills 8 injures 350 I

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) Police Responding to a surge in white and black vigilante
opened fire on thousands of anti-government attacks in recent weeks, Law and Order Minister
demonstrators in a black township south of Johannes- Adriaan Vlok warned South Africans Monday against
burg Monday, killing at least eight people and wound- taking the law into their own hands. l' NIGHTLIFE
ing more than 350 others, hospital sources said. "This can become very dangerous," Vlok said after
Witnesses said police fired bursts of shotgun and talks with Conservative Party officials and police in
tear gas canisters without provocation into a crowd of the conservative white mining town of Welkom in the Every Friday, NIGHT LIFE takes
more than 30,000 swarming the Sebokeng township's central Orange Free State province."We you Inside a local "hot spot" and
municipal offices during a protest against poor living request people seriously to desist from organiz- tells you what's happening music,
conditions. ing into vigilante groups." atmosphere, cover charge and
"The situation is still volatile, with police doing Black vigilantes Sunday halted a mini-bus loaded performance times. GOING OUT offers a quick
everything possible to stabilize the situation and re- with blacks on the outskirts of Welkom, then stabbedsix reference for every place offering live music and
store law and order," a police statement said. to death and set the van ablaze. A week ago, an conversation In town? ( and beyond.M .
Law officers were under"constant attack, mainly by unidentified black wearing an ANC T-shirt was al-
stone-throwing mobs," it said. legedly beaten to death by six whites, five of whom
Witnesses said windows of vehicles were smashedand were later arrested.
municipal office buildings set ablaze. Violence sweeping the country since the Feb. 11
The incident was among the worst in the unrest that release of black nationalist leader Nelson Mandelafrom
escalated after President Frederik de Klerk's Feb. 2 27 years of imprisonment on sabotage chargesalso
decision to lift a 30-year ban on the African National left seven dead on Sunday in the strife-torn .
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Hungary (UPI) ..: The Hungarian sisting of the unrepentant communists held 3.69
Democratic Forum,an anti-communist party launchedby percent, an indication it may not even be representedin
dissidents 18 months ago, emerged the apparent the Parliament it totally controlled for decades.The
winner in the nation's first free multi-party electionsin cutoff for a party to be represented in Parliament is 4
more than four decades, returns showed Monday. percent. 7f
Voters in the first round of parliamentary elections Prime Minister Miklos Nemeth, a Socialist Party
Sunday rejected the old-line Communist Party, which member running as an independent, and three Forum T
received a little more than 3 percent of the vote. deputies won re-election to Parliament outright. The GETAWAYS visits places that are
The Hungarian Socialist Party, consisting of the Forum deputies had won seats last year in byelectionsas ,{d within driving distance from
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The results of Sunday's election will not determinethe branches, emerged on Sept. 27, 1987, in the village of PLACES TO GO lists springs, outdoor spots and
makeup of Parliament because in many districtsno Lakitelek in southern Hungary, where 170 Intellec- attractions.
candidate won a majority. Run-off elections will be tuals met to discuss the worsening political situation.
held April 8. Imre Pozsgay, the reform communist who also
With 54 percent of the votes counted for the 152 showed up at Lakitelek and subsequently led the driveto These new additions start Friday, March 30 InI
county seats, the center-right Forum garnered 24.53 bury the Marxist one-party state system, came in
percent, followed by its chief rival, the liberal Allianceof third place in his own district and will participate in a
Free Democrats with 20.63 percent. run-off. But he said he did not regret his_contributionsto IDht Third. place went to. the agrarian Independent the demise"of his bId"party."The .
Smallholders Party with 12.87 percent, while the point was to overthrow the state party and
Socialist Party was fourth with 10.06 percent. revise (our explanation of) the events of 1956," he
The Young Democrats, the brash, independent ally said, referring to the failed revolution which the I ,. 7f 1 ,. 1 l' 7f
of the Free Democrats, tallied 8.06 percent. communists had always claimed was started by.misguided 1 1 1 1
The old Hungarian Socialist Workers Party -con- workers spurred by outside agitators.'

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I Browne creates new posts, Grapski out of jail; sets 1

appoints cabinet directors. sights on new senate seat I

By DEBBIE CENZIPER he said, and two executive directors ran ANTHONY LEDERMAN of bread and water for most of his duration
with his opposition in SG elections. in jail and beat inmates. He
Alligator Writer Writer was up once by
Fifteen of the 16 new cabinet directorsare said the whole ordeal is still unbelievable.
Student Body President Michael in either a fraternity or sorority. After spending about a month in a Broward "I 1 saw how the system, in most cases,
Browne announced before Spring Break Four black students applied and were County jail, former Student Sen. Charlie serves no purpose," Grapski! said.
his appointed cabinet directors and exec- interviewed by Browne and Mayeux. UF Grapski has returned to UF and says he He said he is very thankful to students and
utive directors
,experts who will deal daily hopes to regain a spot in Senate next week.
in realms junior Sophia Benjamin, the one black administrators who wrote the judge on his
of Gainesville and campus life. director, was appointed multicultural affairs Grapski, who said he is still a full-time behalf. He said the letters and phone calls
Browne and Student Body Vice Presi- director. Two other black students philosophy student, was particularly both made the difference in getting him out of jail.
dent Kevin Mayeux interviewed 64 appli- who applied for directorships have been ered when he found out how his vacated
The court decided to give me a bond
cants for two weeks and created six new offered assistant directorships, Browne senate seat was filled at the last Senate meet "
executive hearing after reviewing the letters, he said.
directorship positions: capital said. ing.
"I didn't even know anyone on campus was
improvements, campus polling inc., Ca-
refused to allow the nominationof
Resource "I'm very. mad that more minoritiesdidn't aware that I was in jail or even that I w"i
reer Center liaison,course guide Gloria Markus and instead approved
apply, he said. missing.
director telecommunications and
Gator Camilo Munoz for Grapski's off-campus
graduation. Browne and Mayeux also cre- Linda Vickers, who ran as treasurer for 32607 seat. The Replacement and Agenda The judge decided to post bond becausehe
ated three new directorships in their ad- Browne's opposition in February's elec- Committee had recommended Markus but didn't see' me as a liability anymore,"
ministration: environmental affairs, tion, was appointed executive director for chairwoman Liz Bowyer overturned the recommendation Grapski said."He mentioned the letters quitea
campus involvement and a division of the community liaisons."I at an emergency meeting, giv- few times during the hearing."
publications and public relations cabinet. think we have a good agenda," ing the seat to Munoz. While Grapski was in jail, Reitz Union staff
The newly created positions will benefit Vickers said. "We conducted ourselveswell "I'm really disappointed with the way my assistant Pam Lovely wrote in a memo to
students and provide such things as stu- during the elections and I didn't burn seat was handled," he said. Senate President Andrew Meyer that Grapski!
dent evaluations, an improved freshman any bridges." The appointments of cabinet directors for was no longer eligible to hold his seat and
course guide and a radio station, Browne Browne agreed. Student Body President"Michael Browne's that it had nothing to do with his legal

said.Appointees "There is for Linda in SG administration will cause vacancies in the troubles.
a place ,
need a two-thirds vote of Senate, and Grapski hopes to fill one of those One reason for losing a senate seat is not '
Browne said. "It's important to to \
approval.from student senators. Senatorswill very me seats. paying tuition fees. Grapski said he became
vote at Tuesday night's Senate meet- bridge that gap. Grapski was released from Broward ineligible because of a mix-up with his financial -
Randy Shanafelt,who was a cochairmanwith County Detention center last Friday on aid. He said he was straightening out the
ing.Browne said he and Mayeux appointed Browne's opposition, was appointedas $2,500 bond,which Grapski's mother paid in problem when he was put in jail. Grapski
students who came to the interviews with the Gator graduation executive director. cash. He was jailed Feb. 15 for missing a added that "bureaucracy caused the prob-

creative ideas and already had proven Vision Party spokesman Mama Weston, mandatory court appearance last November, lem."
their leadership abilities. who was one of the few blacks working for which stemmed from 1988 charges of resist "I want it to be official that I couldn't have

"You are the leaders in your fields," Browne's party,said he thinks Browne has ing arrest, hitting a sheriffs deputy and driv- lost my seat," he said. "When they needed
Browne told the new directors at a news made a firm commitment to recruit minor- ing under the influence of alcohol. proof from me, I wasn't here."

conference. There is not one person on ities into SG. But minorities remain under- Grapski,who was being held without bond, In other business tonight,Senators will fill /
the list that I'm not proud of." represented in Senate and SG, Weston said Broward County Judge Richard Eade the off-campus 32608 seat and two open I
Browne said he made a commitment to said: would not grant bond because he considered committee seats, one on the Affairs and Eth-
get more minority students involved in "I think that blacks are gaining confi- Grapski"uncooperative."Before Grapski!and ics Committee and the other on the Internal \
Student Government and his selected di- dence in the Vision Party," Weston said. his lawyers took the case to an appeals court, Relations and Orientation Committee.
rectors proved his goal. The directors "Browne has been bending over back- Eade re-evaluated the case, Grapski said. Alligator Writer Debbie Cenziper contrib-
come from different cultural backgrounds, wards to get blacks involved." Grapski said he went on a hunger strike uted to this report.

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dreamsA N

*" :
few days ago, UF president John Lombardi! men-

tioned that he would like to start admitting 6,000 more :( -

students a year making UF the fifth-largest university TAr ,$ ;r
in the nation. This must be done to make UF a top-10 TATT.4Tr Tqr _;

university, he said, since more students produce more TAT TAT TAr 44T :c t 1:"

graduates who will hopefully contribute more money 'pTATTATT4TAT T ; !
back to the school. Increasing enrollment will also ac- \' -.J I\

count for the rising influx of the state's potential students.In cl.
the case of UF's image, bigger does not necessarilymean -_ ( ,
better. Adding a certain number of warm bodies -
won't do the job of making UF a premiere university.Sure --

more bodies will give UF more money state legis- .l 1t
lators give public schools a certain amount of money for

every student they have but with more students, the

money will have to be used to house and teach them and I

do very little to improve the quality of existing education.

There are plenty of needs UF should work on to im-

prove itself without adding the stress of more students, in-
cluding expanding programs and increasing curriculum. lft

UF must adjust to the needs of high school and com-

munity college students. All nine state universities must. BUSH'S NEW NICARAGUAN POLICY

But providing a quality education should be Lombardi's

first concern, as well as that of all state educators and LETTERS TO T E EDITOR

legislators. By adapting to the growth, the best students large number of students to vote in part-time university student. I
and the top-10 status will naturally come to UF. Environmentalistsvote the preliminary election. Mike could relate to student issues, butI

The Board of Regents, the 13-member panel that McEachernEditor made himself a factor and opened I was not the "student candidate."

governs the nine state universities, isn't doing enough for many students'eyes to the political How can any student candidatebe
the soon-to-be-crisis condition of education in Florida. Ig- : In another few weeks there opportunities in front of them. taken seriously when it's hard
Michael Murphy studied all of enough for students to make their
will be all kinds of of
noring the problems that come with growth is the worst Earth Day, of the environmentalcrises coverage the issues, especially those of par- first class? Are the citizens of
thing that could happen to the quality of education. that exist and the immediate ticular interest to the student Gainesville going to vote for a can-
Lombardi's idea is a glimmer toward a solution but it challenges we face. Everyone will population. He received 481 votes, didate who will be making extremely -
needs to be refined. Accept the state's need to enroll be urged to take action and makea which was a significant showing. important decisions that shouldbe
Although he did not make the based study, personal
more students and adjust for it at a reasonable rate, not a difference. run- on
off he that students will be and full-lime
proved knowledge attention
rate that will UF the list. It's Well, the environment isn't
put on "Top-Five Largest"
heard in District 3. when the candidate will also haveto
that exists
something in the
time to make the dream into a solution. mid-term exams,
Brazilian rain forests or on the Alas- I appreciate very much that concentrate on
kan coast. Our local environmenthas Michael Murphy has endorsed me has been in town only two years
Get been damaged and is and is actively working with my and will probably never be heard
out and voteYes ,threatened. campaign. Mike, and all the stu- from again? This is why student
dents, will have my ear if I am candidates continue to get between
it's voting day again. We know today's run-off elec- make Today a,difference.voters in District They 3 can can elected to the commission. I share only 5 and 10 percent of the vote.I .

tion isn't as glamorous as the one two weeks ago when choose between W.E. "Mac" Mc- his concerns for better crime I was a candidate not because I
prevention around student but because my five
UF Michael the ballot but it is im- Eachern, who has been endorsedby campus ex- was a
junior Murphy was on panded recycling efforts in student years of participation in local issues
portant. And we know only a third of the city gets to vote, the Sierra Club and the Leagueof apartments and increased student made me concerned about my
but that third includes the students who live on campus. Conservation Voters, or Tom participation in city government. home, Gainesville.:
McKnew, who has been endorsed
The run-off election is between W.E. "Mac" McEachernand by'the Gainesville Homebuilders.I Mike will be calling on my behalf Because I received about 30 percent
before Tuesday's run-off.I hope his of the vote in a three-way race,
Tom McKnew. One of those men will sit on the city I agree with the part of your
call will to to the I became what is known by political
encourage you go
commission and make decisions that affect every resident. 'editorial about the bottle clubs. I "
polls one more time and make your scientists as the "king-maker. By
The students who live on campus or in the area off was the only city commissioner in student voice heard in the city getting their supporters back to the
Southwest 13th Street and Southwest 16th Avenue have, 1983 to support the bottle clubs government. Begin a new Gator polls to vote for one of the two
when the issue first came But
the responsibility of representing students in this election the environment is more important.up. tradition today. Vote. remaining candidates, the king-
because only the people who live in District 3 can vote. It is most important. Tom McKnew maker can determine who the next
District 3 candidate "king" will be,
The new commissioner will represent'all residents in- Make election day Earth Day-
I did this for one my op
cluding thousands of students living outside the district. vote W.E. "Mac" McEachern.Gary McEachern wants ponents. In the precincts I carried,

We think students will have a better voice with Tom Gordon the best for we worked to get my supportersback
McKnew. Though he doesn't have a record of getting stu- city out in the run-off. These

dents involved, he hasn't made grandiose promises out of McKnew shares Editor: On March 13, UF students precincts increased their vote for
were asked to participate in the 'him more than the precincts wedidn't
the blue and we think he might just listen.
student fundamental of work.
But the important thing in this election, as it is with concernsEditor country, the right principle to vote. The our Alligator So, how can UF students who
most elections, is to vote. If city officials see students as a : The City Commission run- pumped the students to get really care about Gainesville show
block with concerns, they will not make decisions without off is today. For the first time in out the vote and to vote for Michael they can have an impact on local
getting their input. And with students making up almost many years,events have transpiredthat Murphy, the "student candidate"for elections?
afford UF students a huge say District 3. And Be the king-makers! Get out t and
; half of this city, they deserve at least that. rightly so, con-
in this election. who
sidering The Alligator is the "stu join the coalition of citizens
I First, the division of Gainesvilleinto dent paper." care about the city. Use the
alligator Editor districts for the purpose of Murphy received 12 percent of student's 5 or 10 percent vote for
Chabot choosing commissioners means the vote in a four/way race. He did the candidate who will protect the
Lucy that your vote will be extremely not win. Did Murphy prove once interests of the ,students and the
Managing Editor Opinions Editor important. Many students live in again that students have little im- city as well. This means voting
, Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton District 3, which includes the main pact on local elections? today for W.E. "Mac" McEachern.Send .
. campus and the Southwest 16th When I ran for the GainesvilleCity a 'message to the local
I Latter Policy 1 Avenue apartment area. Commission In 1988 I structure that the student
Letters to the editor I should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-by-lO page) They should be was power
I typed, double-spaced end signed They should Include a typed name address end telephone Second, the candidacy of pressed by The Alligator on the vote has to be taken seriously.Ken .
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call Michael Murphy,a UF student and question of whether I was the"stu- Kopczynski
the editorial page editor at 376-4458 Yulee Hall resident, inspired dent candidate" because I was a Galn *vlllMlJCAro


,MARCH 27,1990,ALUGATpR, ,7

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Catherine Longstreth discussing this year's
Produced by Uf Information and Publication Services, 355
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students, 3 p.m., Division of Housing Con-
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I ZOOLOGY LECTURE, "Evolution of
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a rence Gilbert, 3:45: p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
Determination in the Human and
Domestic Animals," by UF dairy science
Awards ( ) graduate student Yong Kb, 4:05: p.m.,.201

Black faculty and, : FOOD SCIENCE/HUMAN Building./ NUTRI-

Professional staff, ] : TION LECTURE, "Pplyamine Antiprolifer-
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Hall, 392-6004, as Blight in Brazil and Florida," by Julia Beretta -
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The purpose of the p.m. matinees on March 31 and April 4,
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Succession of Agriculturally Altered
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Installed On MICROCOMPUTER DEMO by Claris
Corporation, displaying various products
UF has responded for the Apple Macintosh, noon to 2 p.m.,
pus condom machines CIRCA Microcomputer Demo Room,
the health and welfare E520D Computer Sciences & Engineering
machines have been Thursday.'t Building.ENGLISH.
rooms on campus for DEPARTMENT SEMINAR,
ience. Dean of the "Virginia Woolf &: Psychobiology," by
Related Professions author and University of Hawaii assistant
said UPs main Gutekunst is 2 CAMPUS Turlington Hall.
Task Force, the group PLANNING ASSEMBLY
installation of the MEETING, 3:30: p.m., President's Board
V\fe have installed Room, 226 Tigert Hall. ,
the students asked for : RING ENDOWMENT BUSINESS
said. "Students who ETHICS LECTURE, "Business Ethics and
benefit from the : Beyond," by Indiana University businesslaw
condoms to protect professor Michael Metzger 4 p.m.,
presence of the 'University Auditorium.
tended to encourage BOTANY SEMINAR, "Fossil Marine
The condom ; : Algae as Tools for Stratigraphic Paleoen-
condoms, at 50 cents vironmental .Interpretation," by UF
spermicide, associate professor of geology Paul
are located in the Ciesielski, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
Commons, Jennings UF associate professor of Romance
Cobb; the ground-, language Geraldine deary Nichols,
of the ; ( ) "Limits Unlimited: The Strategic Use of
rooms D1- Nl-3, Nl-5, Fantasy in Contemporary Women's Fictionof
and AG-122 of the \ HISPANIC! p.m., 2318 Turlington Hall.
meeting, 5 p.m., 346 Reitz Union.
"What Do Babies Think of Themselves?" :
by Murray Schwartz, dean of arts and I
'The deadline has humanities of Massachusetts I
dents to .at Amherst, sponsored by UF Institute for
Stephen CPtyConnell Psychological; Study! of the Arts, 7:30: p.m.,
Board, which provides 2305 Turoo ton HallFRONTIERS ,
and activities at the OF SCIENCE LECTURE,
ty Auditorium. "When the Forest Falls Silent: The Futureof
at Student Services, I Africa's Elephants," David Western,
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I Low response to forum disappoints peer advisers -

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I Pre-Registration Forum scheduledfor plaining about lines when they deadline at the end of the day. UF junior Shannon Broadbentsaid
By March 14. Many counselorswere won't take advantage of this,"Vera Organizers, who had hoped an other students may be turned
Alligator Writer hesitant about mailing too early deadline would keep stu- off because they associate the

UF Peer Counselors are giving many invitations.If said.The forum has been re-sched- dents from forgetting to register, forum with bad experiences they
students who are undecided about all 300 responded, Vera said, uled for Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. said they'll continue to register stu- may have had with faculty advisersat
their majors a second chance to the counselors would be swamped, and will offer one-on-one advisement dents today. the counseling center.
receive pre-registration advice. defeating the forum's goal. The by peers. "We certainly have plenty of "It's a lot easier to relate to

Earlier this month, the group counselors had hoped to offer ad- Students who participate will re- space left," said Naomi Lee, coor- student counselors because
mailed 300 letters offering pre-reg- visement without the long lines ceive complete print-outs of their dinator of advising services. they're within the system," Broad-
istration advisement to UF stu- students usually face at the coun- course fulfillments and require- Peer Counselors Student Director bent said. "They know what we're
dents undecided about their seling center in Little Hall. ments through the new computerized Deborah Wick said many stu- up against."
majors, said UF senior Soladad But only four students re- Student Academic SupportSystem. dents are "reactive instead of Lee said students who attend
Vera, peer counselor in charge of sponded, and the March 14 forum proactive" and may not be inter- the forum will have an advantage

academic advisement.The was canceled. But only seven of 300 students ested in advisement. because peer ,counselors will be
students, chosen randomlyby "We were really upset becausewe who received invitations Monday "They're going to wait until "prepared to spend as much time
computer, were invited to a don't want to hear people com- registered for the forum by the they're in trouble," she said. with each student, as it takes."


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remember the animals that have i
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cue Speakers will discuss ways to
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focus on oil-drilling off the coast of
"Drilling is not being made any
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page 1 Bill Salmon, one of Sheppard'stwo
lawyers,agreed with Register,
evidence, this was the next best saying Sheppard chose the lesserof
thing." two evils.

Register also said I udeman "His options were being electrocuted
JOIN r testified in her deposition that she or spending the rest of his
LOOK GREAT THIS SUMMER Alley Katz Corner kept her eyes on the robber's life in prison," Salmon said. "(In
chrome revolver and toward the prison) he knows that his family
5022 OFF floor to avoid eye contact with him. will be there.Gainesville.
Later, she picked Sheppard and
NO DOWNPAVMENT x Mini-Golf Lounge police say Sheppard
man from a police lineup,
ONLYU.7SMONTH.NAUTILUS walked into the Steak n Shake at
she wasn't certain which
373-3833 saying 1610 SW 13th St.in the early morn
AEROBICS the robber.
one was ing of Oct. 3, 1988, marched the
FREE WEIGHTS V Don't Let Your Leudeman and family members three employees into the store's
smiled when Sheppard was sen- cooler,shot each in the back of the
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her. She refused to comment after safe.
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our district," I Roberson said about homeless were sleeping, countersdidn't
S.W. 34th ST. PLAZA
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the area including Alachua, Put
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TUESDAY and who work with "
people away, Roberson said. "Most were
the homeless. We found them in
very cooperative. Some were a lot
some surprising places." more articulate than may be expected
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1,2, ft 3 Bedroom SW Area, fully furnished washer/dryer wash/dry, cent ae/ht/ fireplace, wood apt $245 ft 1/2 util Avail Immediately'
$225/mo ft 1/2 ulil Call 335.6273. 3-30. (loon, 85/mo + 1/4/ utll Avail summer Call 332,7432, leave message 3295.5
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WILLIAMSBURG APTS. Available May 1. Call 335-9846. 330.10 Close to UF, available May 1. Big enough mi to UF, $230/mo lor own room, 1/2
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Sundowne Apts. Close proximity to everything 1,2 TH & 3 Bdrms. F prof or grad student share house Ig
F/M N/S Rmmt wanted. Own Bdr/Ba Rockwood Villas M/F N/S rmmts) neededfor
Avail May 2. Call 377.2596 ask tor Pool, Laundry turn bdr/ba, $250/mo includes util Wendy
G.S. 1 Block to UF/Shands 371-2981, 33010.5 215/mo/ + 1/2 util For summer For more Ig bdr/ba In fully turn apt for summer
2000 SW 16th St *** 378.1253 inlo call Lisa at 378-5397 or 33S.945* Call Perry at 335.6230 for more Info 4.

/ rm privilege, most util pd, Serious student to have own room in
summer $135/mo/ Fall $165/mo, 4bdr apt. MOUNT VERNON APTS house In quiet neighborhood less than 1
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/info 372. 1 & 2 Bedrooms mi from campus, $120/mo & 1/3. utilities. Slice of Mice by Virginia Voel Klein
2284/371.424J.: Pool/Laundry 373 3332, 3 27-5 5
Close to UF/Shands
2370 SW Archer Rd. ... 372.5389 1 bf to campus. m/f for own mater rm/ba in
RENT: hoe w/ wd firs, fire pi, 2 sundecks, no
2BRI1 BA quad unit!, avail summer, pOSSI. lease, $175 & 1/5 util ft dep. avbl now.
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk bly longer Fireplace, a/c dishwash SW 373.9145. 3.27.5-5
area, no pets. $310/mo, + sec 3350213.

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pay 320)) for May Aug15 call me@ 335
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378-1190. 4.30.75Oak
4374. Trinidadian seeks stdnt rmmt fr Mar 31.

Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet Jul 31, $170/mo/ : Gator Town Apt; brng
washer/dryer available in most units for HOMES: own frmtr; Dirk 378.6138 stir 9pm tr mr
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B2B 1 ft 2 Bath Info 3.27.5-5
$250.$350, sec b Imr 372-6422. 4.30. 3 FOR RENTSALERental
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SPACIOUSONE Homes SW area, near UF, mostly turn,
BEDROOM APT. $180/mo. 1/2 utll, no Ise 335.9622 Lisa.
ONLY $263MO.LYONS from $260
APT4000SW20THAV 378-9291

377-8797 Summer a, F to share Ig bdrm w/d, house
SUBLEASE: In NW, walk to UF, $128 mo/ea/ utilities
INCREDIBLE 371-6715 leave message Available May
Efficiency Apt. 4 HOUSEAPT.LAKEWOOD 1. 3.28.3-5
Starting at $185

Starting at $235 /2 B.droomMEADOWCREST VILLAS sublease for summer Female needed to share spacious .t.

,option for fall 2 1/2 bdr/2ba/ $490/mo 2br/2bth NW house washer, dryer, nice
378-3988 3354217, 328.10.4SPYGLASS area and more call Randy at 377-2537
375.3861 leave message 330.55

APTS Sublease for
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All Amenities Available 3bdr/3ba,washer/dryer, price) negotiable
Pleas call 335.1144.
Roommates Available By Doyle tStemeckyDON'T
roommate, ASAP, no dep req $147
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plus ut for one room. Call 374.7080 and
REGENCY OAKS leave name and number lor Frank. 3.27.
3230 SW Archer Road Live at POLOS this summer! 2bd/2ba, OWL.1WAYw fdAt13) NO Wt; TALXiN' Al3gJt?

COUNTRY GARDENS own wash/dry/ microwave 490/mo/ May 1- a +eRr TRA91-I1 Ad0/ FINS?si15?
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Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the Sublet bdr apt May-Aug, 712.303 SW u9 PAY I = WB ((9 ABOUT TOM
price of one Pool tennis, sauna wt 16th Ave. close to Shands and UF, Y1KE5Wi L11YERIM' THIS TWMIMATOWPBUY /
room. Stonendge Apts 3800 SW 34 St $220/mo. nego. Call Meg 3787780. 42. cosA !
3751121 430452
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AVAILABLE NOW) Discount, rent 2 bedroom (turn Camelot Apt $325/mo. Call 3716293 .

home with fireplace, yard new 42.54Galorwood
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Apis ea w/own/ washer/dryer cent ht/ac
Now renting for fall lyr lease lit & last 5 ROOMMATESM
dep, $460/mo 2bdr/1ba $610/mo
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Lakewood summer/fall opt. Wash/dry and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sanaul, Sherwood of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS physics. statics, Spanish Italian aqua Rates
hookup turn Avail May 1. Call 338.8185 and more. We Beat All Priced' 4900 miles. excellent condition $600 call John 3732816 327211
Iv message 4255 3733754. 4-30.69-6 3772357
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N/S/ F Rmmt needed for summer C. Own MICRO CENTERComputers 376.1146 ready for summer! 1986 FZ600 372.1684MCVISAInsurance *FREE*
bdrm/bath, washer/dryer, fireplace, deck Editor choice CompuAdd Northgate Yamaha many extras. includes like new Pregnancy Test
Call Allsha at 335-7088 425.5 H P. Price same or lower than mail Arai helmet' $1200 nego.. call anytime Free Pregnancy Test Gainesville Women
order, Systems below, Include 1mb, 40mb 371 -9546. Member HEALTH CENTER
6 FOR SALE ((26ms). graphics monitor, '", National Abortion Federation 720 NW 23rd Avenue
MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295, 9 AUTOS SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 377.5055ABORTION
Alpine), K.nwood, Sony and 30 more MC 366sx $1495 Northgate 386/20 .. Get confidential .testing and treatment at (To 24 Wks)
brands are all at our New Location! Car $2399. PB 286 laptop ml hd & battery '78 VW bus dependable, $975 Call 372- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 4. BIRTH CONTROL
$1999 CompuAdd 810 wI 20mb &
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372 graphIcs 3848 evenings 3-27-5.0 Gynecology Services
monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties AAA STORAGE
2070. 430.75.8Rockford
Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 Close to UF. Convenient4x4x4
1980 Pontiac Phoenix, grey, 5 door
$185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 3743 W. $15/mo, CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro
Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, am/lm stereo, runs good $750 obo 332
Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm The Best University Ave 4-30-65-8 3511 leave" message 32859 4x8x8 $25/mo. DJ service at 375.8483
533 SW 2nd Ave 377 1771
Car Sterlo Installers In town Car Stereo
For Sale 87' Jaw Moped with low miles
to Go. 375-1834. 4.30.756CAR 1979 280ZX sell or trade Exceptionallyclean TYPING
Please, contact Justin at 3744870. $350 low mileage. trade for travel trailer ** GATOR MOVING **
ALARMS Installed remote control obo. 3-27-5-6 that It self contained Call 371-1470. 3- Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packmg 1. 12 SERVICESYOU

any car truck or van fully guaranteed will item/Hse Full. Day liE/ v... Long die,
demo Call 338-9183 student message 7 REAL ESTATE Is It True You Can Buy Jeeps lor $44 Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 3744791. 4-30.75.11 WRITE, WE TYPE
the U.S. Government? Get the
4-30 72-6 through Business Legal Personal Reports
ROCKWOOD VILLAS 3bd/3bath twnhsefor facts todayl Call 1.708.742.1'42' Ext SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc
sale Assume turn, 688 3-27+9 A woodser facilities *
Double sized bed complete w/new/ mattress mortgag..lully carpet boarding A G'ville Handicapped Typing
'frame. and box.springs. Asking blinds. central' air, all appliances. hay rides parties sales working 378-7179
$125 OBO. 3784302. 3-28.5-6 washer/dryer full amenities More into 10 WANTEDLocal students accepted 488.3224,375.8080.SUNBEL .
call Laura 3354044. 3307.7 *Typing reports A business legal *.

15* Pro-Series auto speakers. $150 for Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class T MOVING resumes cassettes transcribed applications
BV OWNER luxurious 3br/3ba/ in ROCK- letters notary *etc Available
pair, 335.2811 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie Fine Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies.1Item .
WOOD VILLAS. End furnishedft 24 hours/7 daYIl372-2777. 43075.12
unit fully .
Jewelry 373 9243 4 30-75 10 -Houltlull. Local/Lng dial LieIns.Priced .
& FRAME SALEI! upgraded. Interior Assumable. .mortgage "- lor Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4. Typing $1.00 1 pg. min. $500. Reports,
For Info call 3359124. 3 29 5 7 GRAD TIX-dtlparat.y, seeking fix for
From only $200. per set
Theses. whatever. Grad School P.T List
Call Matt 377.5850. 4-30.28-6 graduation Huge Immediate family Ifnecessary ONE STOP DENTISTRY WCS 917 NW 13lh 3739822. 43075
2br 1 1/2 ba twnhse In axe condo Shell will pay. Call 335-7314 m-I I 8-
Rock Villas. Extras Inc Accepting new pts emerg
org owner llrepl 10om 3283.10
Queen size waterbed semi-wavelessbookshelves MICRO CENTERTyping 378.0339. Full
Adult cleaning $28 child $18
ceiling fans. w/d/ If qualify assume 10%
headboard heater, $150. FHA ((4)Wisd) tee $325 ((3)Wisd) tee, $250, & tell service computing Typing starts @
loan w// low down 41,900.332.8324.Iv
375.3118 Leave mes 3-28 3-6 mess 11 SERVICESNW ((2)Wisd) tee, $200 SO/pg Resumes $6 Sell service
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Prof I couple need r.sponSibl./caring/ sitter I 1' Vuarn.tlCarreraIRay-Ban/G.tor./ Great INTRODUCTORY PRESEN-
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Gators look to keep offense going against UCFBy

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ALEX MARVEZ slump last weekend by scoring 28 runs the scoring slump)," said outfielder Mike Mike Juhl] ((0-1)() ) probably will be the Gators'
Writer against Vanderbilt to win two of three gamesin Moberg,who leads the Gators in hitting witha starting pitcher tonight. Juhl, who has
UF's first Southeastern Conference se- .360 average. "Also, people bearing down earned two saves In the Gators' past six

Rick Oleshak, the public-address announcer ries. trying to get the job done. We've got to start games, has started one game this season
for the UF baseball team, may wantto In the 10 games before the series againstthe pulling together, especially at this time." and has a 4.76 ERA in 17 innings.If .

add the theme music from "Jaws" to his Commodores, the Gators ((14-12)) had UCF, 21-10 and ranked 30th in the latest Juhl]does not get the starting nod,Brent
stadium tunes when the Gators play host to averaged only three runs a game. And in the Collegiate Baseball/ESPN poll, is led by Stuart probably will. He is 4-1 this year.
Central Florida] at 7 tonight. Gators' four victories during that span, UF Steve McClellan] (.398, 13 RBI), Ernest
Brandon Turner ((2-3)) is the probable
pitchers allowed only one run. Martinez (.389, 32 RBI) and Chad Mottoia
After all, just when opposing teams starter for the Knights.Turner has appearedin
thought it was safe to leave UF runners in Dum da dum da dum.. (.360,18 RBI). nine games, starting eight, and has a 3.25

scoring position, the Gators broke a scoring "SEC play had a lot to do with (breaking UF pitching coach Scott Lovecamp said ERA in 61.0 innings with 57 strikeouts.

Gym team's I Reese makes winners of swimmersBy I

dream closerto MIKE DAME

Alligator Staff Writer

When the phone rang at I Randy
Reese's Jacksonville home back in the
a nightmareATHENS
summer of 1976, little did he know how
that call would affect his life.

Ga. For the UF gymnastics team, On the other end was Ray Graves,
Saturday's Southeastern Conference Champion- then athletic director at UF, and he
ships must have seemed like a dream-one of those needed a swimming coach. Reese, who
types of dreams where you wake up and wonder if had just led Jacksonville Episcopal] High
it really happened.This School to a national swimming championship

one did. seemed a viable candidate.
The rest is .
The Gators,who have never placed less than thirdin history."I
the SEC or less than 10th in the nation, found didn't even know if I wanted to go
themselves dwarfed in a land of giants. into college coaching," said Reese, a
Daytona Beach native who celebratedhis r
44th birthday this weekend.
a Ronald
.. Dupont Jr. "My brother (Eddie) was doing it (at
0 Texas),and I never really thoughtaboutit
N THE BEAMJust until Coach Graves called me.

"I guess my main drive was to go on.I .

one statistic will make this painfully clear: I perceived it as coaching the best ath-
UF set the SEC record last year with a 191.50. This letes at that level and being in a situationto

year, that score would have placed them fourth. coach people all the way up throughand
going to the Olympics. It was fairly
And getting their season-best road
score difficult to get high school]kids to makeit t
UF fifth at the SECs behind ) 1
((188.00)), placed right to the Olympics."
Auburn. That has never happened.On .
During his 14 seasons at UF, Reese
top of that, Pam Titus, who is UF's best has carried the Gators men's and i

all-around performer, fell on the bars and on the women's programs to the upper eche-
floor. That's almost unheard of. lon of the college swimming world. He

Maybe it all was a dream, because Georgia, has won four national titles, two with
Louisiana State and Alabama certainly put in performances each program, and been named NCAA
that could only occur in dreams. Coach of the Year five times.

LSU coach D-D Pollock was on the verge of tears This past weekend in Indianapolis,
the entire meet because her team was doing so well. Reese failed to win a fifth national titleat

They went on to score a 192.05, the second-best SEC the NCAA Men's Championships, as
score ever. the Gators finished fifth there. But that
could be a stepping stone to future I
And then there was Alabama, believed this year .
to be the best collegiate gymnastics team ever.They success.If j
shattered, pulverized, demolished and laid to rest anything, the Gators should be a -
the old SEC record by scoring a 193.55. In fact, the better-coached squad at the 1991 ALLIGATOR PHOTO
lowest score they had to count was a 9.50. NCAAs. Reese will devote all his timeto Randy Reese, who coached his last meet as women's swim coach two
the men's program next year and weeks ago, will be able to spend more time working on strategy for themen's
For Alabama, the SECs were a dream come true. Mitch team
Ivey will head the Lady Gators."I next year.
Other notes of interest: felt it would take giving the
up because Ill] spend the same time on the three-time
Olympic workouts.
For years, UF gymnasts have said they hate to women for the men to become a perennial pooldeck] coaching. But being able to '
compete at Georgia because the fans are rowdy and ] championship team in this day and watch them all work out and talk with UF's future looks promising. Only
downright mean. Saturday night, the LSU coach age," said Reese, who led the Gators to them more about their training is a real two seniors will be lost,and with a coach
echoed similar comments, saying, "It's one of the back-to-back NCAA titles in 1983 and big concern, and a lot of times I just who now can concentrate solely on one
"A,, few places where they cheer for you to fall off the '84.That was the main objective, to get didn't have time to do that I just think program, the Gators could find themselves
beam." back to producing teams that are goingto it will be a much better situation." back at the top.

Despite being within driving distance for most win it or real] close to it and have a Long known for his innovative theories "You try to find the thing that's going

of the teams, attendance was only 3,461, well below lot more people" break American or on training, Reese's methods to create the right environment, but
the 5,118 who attended the SECs in UF's O'Connell world records. often sought by top coaches in are the they're not farfetched," Reese said.

Center last year. In fact, UF's fan-following has given Reese's no-nonsense nature would United States and around the world. UF "I'd like to, naturally, get on a better
seem to better suited for the men'sprogram
the Gators virtually SEC attendance record
i. every swimmers have and longer streak
stroked upstream in the winning at the
and most of the nation's records, too. but the Florida State graduatesaid
NCAAs with the
that had little to do.with his deci nearby Ichetucknee River, done pool men's program and
A final note: Despite losing their five best sion. workouts fully clothed and crawled hopefully produce a lot more Olympic
performers from last year and having their worst The i their way up the Florida Field] entrance champions and break a lot of world
I like
season in 10 years, the Gators are ranked 15th in difficult way to coach, it's very ramps on their hands with wheels attached records," Reese said. "I think if you
to deal with
I the nation and probably will compete in the NCAA a large number of to their ankles. don't have those type goals for the team
I National] Tournament. swimmers, said Reese, who has won a and the individuals, you're not going to
combined 17 SEC titles at UFo "I'm While
some consider
may these get nearly as far as if just set
"Not bad, huh? Weaver said. you some
going to have that much time
L Inaeed. more methods bizarre, they are typical of the little, short-range goals.] "