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Recycling program would limit trash outputBy I



JOHN F. BERRY Industries began distributing' to county sumers under the new system and developing Three percent of garbage is recycled in
households in October."It ways to deal with annual fluctuations in the county's rural areas-while urban areas
Writer
Alligator would encourage families to not only waste levels. recycle 12 percent, a "good" rate for a
Alachua County's waste collection coordinator recycle more, but reduce the amount of The commission also will look at ways to curbside program that has been in effect for
unveiled a program Tuesday that waste they would generate," she said. extend Big Blue into rural areas. But for only about six months, Abbott said.
could rank the county as one of the premiere Abbott said 60 percent of Seattle homesare now, complaints over the cost of extending Commissioners agreed not to expand gar
recycling communities in the country. putting out one garbage can per week, curbside garbage and recycling services bage pick-up to rural areas, citing expenses.
County commissioners heard Karen Abbott with the city averaging 1.5 cans per house- have prompted commissioners to restrict While it takes 30 seconds for a garbage
outline a collection system that would hold each week. Program organizers hopeto the two services to urban areas. truck to service an urban home it would
limit the amount of trash each household is recycle 60 percent of the waste stream. Commissioners previously considered extending take three minutes per home to service the
allowed to produce.The "In Seattle, they have educated shoppersinto the services to rural areas to allevi- county's 8,500 rural households, said Owen
plan, based on a program used in good shopping habits that reduce ate illegal dumping and burning of garbage."It's Howard a committee chairman with the
Seattle, Wash., would restrict each house waste," she said. The program encourages an accepted practice to burn garbagein Suwanee-St. Johns' Group Sierra Club.
hold to two 32-gallon cans per week. consumers to buy products that have recyclable the county," Commissioner Kate Barnes "Curbside service in rural areas is a'Cad
Customers would pay higher rates if they packages or products that are not said Tuesday. "Historically, county peopleare illac service' and not needed where collection
produced more trash. excessively packaged. harder to motivate." centers and dumpsters will do a good
Abbott said the limit would force familiesto The county commission will continue to Barnes, who lives outside Hawthorne, job," Howard said. Rural l residents now paya
put more recyclable garbage into the their study the recycling program over the next said Alachua County's rural areas have an "tipping fee"when they bring garbage into
Big Blue containers,which Browning-Ferris few months, considering ways to bill con- "abysmal" recycling rate. the county's collection sites.


UF libraries Murdered




begin bookrelocation man's wife




admits love


By SCOTT PROBART

Alligator Writer for suspectBy

Students using UF libraries may have a
tougher time than usual locating books Y
over the next few months. DUANE MARSTELLER ,
Y ,r
Up to one-half million books will be Alligator Staff Writer

moved from Library East and West duringthe The wife of a murdered UF maintenance
first phase of an effort to relieve overcrowding worker tearfully testified Wednesday that
said Carol l Turner, public services she was in love with and had sex with the
assistant director for UF libraries. man charged with killing her husband.

"We have, more books than space," Nina Fulmer, whose 41-year-old hus-
Turner said. "Last year we filled over one band Edward died Oct. 8, 1988 from re-
mile of shelf space with new books." peated blows to the head, said she was in
Because books will be available immediately love with Derek Vernon Brazil, who is on
before and after they are moved, trial in circuit court for first-degree murderIn
Turner said students shouldn't be too Inconvenienced connection with Edward Fulmer's
by the changes. death.

The longest a student should have to "Yes, I loved him," Nina Fulmer, 52,
wait for a book that is being moved is up answered through tears when Assistant
to a day," Turner said. "If a book is being State Attorney James Nilon asked about SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR
Above: Derek Brazil, on trial
scheduled to be moved that day, the student her feelings toward Brazil, 26. She also for first degree murder in the
will just have to wait another day to replied "yes" when Nilon asked her if she
death of UF maintenance
get it"But had sex with Brazil and if she was afraidof
worker Edward Fulmer, listens -
finance junior Ryan Allen said offi- him.
to testimony Wednes-
cials in charge of moving the books are too Brazil,who has been held in the Alachua
day. Left: Nina Fulmer, thevictim's
disorganized. County jail since his arrest Oct. 11, 1988, 1Y
wife, admits she
"About three days ago, I needed to finda listened intently to Nina Fulmer's testi-
couple of books for a research paper and mony and rolled his eyes when she said had sex with Brazil. .
had a terrible time figuring out where to she was in love with him.
look,"Allen said."I found one of the books, Prosecutors contend Brazil frequently
but nobody in the entire place seemed to forced Nina Fulmer to turn over most of ,
know where or when I could find the other the money she earned as a custodian in t
book." Hume Hall by pretending.that he loved l
Allen said that when he first walked into her. They say Brazil repeatedly struck
Library East, he couldn't believe all the Edward Fulmer on the head with a 2
activity and apparent confusion."I 1/2-foot metal pipe in order to steal his
thought something was wrong, be- wallet several hours after he had taken afraid of Derek Brazil.When payday came, Brazil's relatives to testify that Brazil spent
cause people were rolling big carts of books $240 from Nina Fulmer,. Mr. Brazil came" most of the night of Oct.7 and earlymorning -

out the door and loading them into trucks," "You will see,In effect,one person prey But the defense contends Brazil was of Oct. 8 at their homes.
he said."That's wheni realized it was goingto ing Upon another.Nilon told .the jury nowhere near the Fulmers' trailer in the Several times during her two hours of
be tougher than usual to find the books during his opening remarks. "You will Shady Oaks Trailer Park when Edward testimony, Nina Fulmer broke down in
I needed." hear Nina Fulmer say she was in love with Fulmer was beaten. Defense attorney
Derek Brazil, but at the same time also Steve Scheck is expected to call four of see Brazil page 9
see Book, page 9

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Series: The Center for Latin Jews for Jesus: Rabbi Greenstein Against Apartheid and Racism
American Studies Film Series will discuss the practices of Jews for Gator NAACP and Project 99 present 1
presents Romero today at 5;15 in Tur Jesus with the Reform Jewish Gators Brett field from South Africa tonightat
lington Hall Room 2353. tonight at 8 in Bless Auditorium. 8 in Turlington Hall Room 2301. A
Model UN: Model United Nationswill BACCHUS: This alcohol abuse meeting before the presentation will
meet tonight at 7 in Reitz Union prevention; group will meet tonight at begin at 7 in the same room. Field I
I Room B.60 to discuss the Arab.Israeli 6 in Reitz Union I Room 357. will discuss Life Under Apartheid'Call I
conflict Call Alex, 37 -6705. Grads: The Graduate Student L Ixsha, 3959493.New .
Writers: Poet Lisa Kilczewski and Council will meet tonight at 630; in fraternity: Sigma Pi National
fiction writer Kevin Canty will read McCarty Auditorium to meet UF Social I Fraternity is organizing a new
from their works tonight at 8 at President Ijombardi Call 3737972. chapter at UF There will be an informational .
Gocrmgs' Book Center. Call Dawn, HSA:Talent show practice will be meeting tonight at 9 in the
395-0777. held after tonight's Hispanic Student Reitz Union. Call 376-8231
SCUBA: The University Scuba Association meeting at 6:45: in Turlm.ton Manila: The Filipino Student As-
and Dive Club will meet tonight at \ Hall Room 1341. Call 371 sociation will meet tonight at 6 in
6 in the I Florida Pool Classroom. Call 7598. Reitz Union Room 355. Call 377> or
David 3354313. Apartheid: The Student Coalition 7396.

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USE FISHER
Alligator Writer

Norman Hall will\ receive about 30
to 40 new parking spaces instead of a
120-spate parking lot the Campus
Planning Assembly decided Wednesday -

Die CPA supported a motion to ex.
lend the existing parking lot I 18 feet
into the Norman I Field, costing about
S10000 Members also passed a motion .
to lurther study the parking situ-
ation and development of the Norman
Hall area, supporting a Parking and
An ounce of prevention E ANN STODDARD AUGAIOR Transportation Committee rttommen

I About 6,000 posters were placed throughout campus in an attempt to educate students about AIDS and condom dation.
The advisory committee voted at
usage. UF sophomore Russell Bucher volunteered to hang the posters at Turlington Hall Wednesday evening. meeting Monday to recommend to a

CPA that it postpone a decision on the
120-space, $100,000 parking lot until it
I 'Pet Project' stresses 'round could get more information
year care Committee members felt the park.

ing lot proposal needed more study
By NANCIE GARMER being ignorant, not necessarily cruel," club the animals to move around a lot, just like it after Campus Recreation Director
spokesman Matthew Gatof said. "If we can do would be for a child." M.B. Chafin said his department( mightbe
Writer
Alligator something to eliminate this ignorance, then The humane society handles all complaints able to give up softball field spaceat
Students have such a bad reputation as pet all the better." regarding animal cruelty in the county and the Norman Hall field for parking
owners that the Alachua County Humane Society Gatof said this negative view of students as sends investigators to find and examine ani- because a new recreation facility be-
will not allow them to adopt animals, a pet owners stems from a few isolated incidentsof mals. Truhon said the number of abandoned hind Lake Alice will include four soft
member of the UF Pre-Veterinary Club said abandonment, and that most students don't pets often increases when students leave ball diamonds. But at Wednesday'sCPA
Wednesday.The deserve that reputation. The board of directors town. meeting Chafin said they needed
club is sponsoring Pet Project, a two- of the local humane society, a privately- "It's so obvious in the summer in the the space.
exhibit that continues today the Plazaof Chafin said the recreation department .
on
day funded independent organization, has several amount of animals taken out to the shelter
the Americas, to help students understandthe reasons for refusing to allow students to adopt Truhon said. "In May, the numbers go up" needed to keep sorority and coed
responsibilites of owning pets.The exhibit animals,office manager Dorothy Truhon said. sports at Norman Field near the
stresses general pet care and preventive med- But Alachua County Animal Control Officer sororities for the women's safety and
icine. Students, who generally cannot afford to Karen Frazer does not attribute the increaseof because of scarce game space on cam
On Wednesday, the club distributed pam- keep pets, frequently switch landlords and animals taken to the Animal Control Centerin
apartments, Truhon said, Many students also the summer to students alone. pus."I "
phlets on heartworm prevention, flea control, I put my own foot in my mouth,
vaccinations and sterilization,which members leave pets stranded during breaks and vaca- "Spring and summer is the traditional time Chafin said. "We do not need to sacrifice -
collected from the UF veterinary school and tions if they are unable to take them home. of year that people move,"I Frazer said."I I think any play space"
the Alachua County Animal Control Center. "We want adoptive people who will keep the Gainesville has a very transient population The 30 to 40 extra spaces CPA ap-
"Students have such a bad reputation as pet animal for years," Truhon said. "We're think
see Pets, 10 10
page Norman
owners, but it mainly has to do with them ing of the animal first. It's very stressful for see page

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(UPI) U.S. and British customs agents weapons.
raided a cargo hangar Heathrow Airport and con Nine years ago, Israeli warplanes attacked the is '40% OFF
fiscated nuclear trigger devices bound for Iraq,official Osiraq nuclear reactor plant near Baghdad, which Everything
sources said Wednesday. At least five people, includ- Israelis believed could be used to build nuclear war
ing two Iraqis, were arrested. heads.
The Iraqi ambassador was called to the Foreign British Customs said Wednesday at least five people
Office and informed one of the arrested Iraqis wouldbe were arrested, including two Iraqis, in raids at
expelled from Britain in connection with the arrests.A Heathrow and around London, including the Iraqi
U.S. Embassy spokesman in London confirmedthe Airways office on Regent Street.
goods arrived at Heathrow from the United States. Scotland Yard said it assisted in the arrests but
Various news reports said the shipment had come in refused to discuss details.A .
on an American flight. Home Office spokesman said one of the Iraqis,
The seized items were destined to fly to Baghdadon who was not named, would be deported "as soon as
an Iraqi Airways flight but were seized at a cargo possible."The other Iraqi was naturalized in 1986 and
hangar at London's Heathrow Airport, governmentsources is not subject to immigration laws.
said.British The spokesman said the Iraqi would be expelled on
Customs said in a statement,"This morning, the grounds that his deportation was necessary "for
following several investigation by ourselves, the public good," national security, and for "other
the British Customs and Excise office, jointly with reasons of political nature connected with attempted
American customs, seized some goods and arrested breaches of legislation governing the export of
several people in London and elsewhere in connectionwith strategic goods from the United Kingdom."
the alleged illegal exports of what is describedas The Iraqi Embassy had no immediate comment.
prohibited or restricted goods subject to the exportof Tony Banks ofjane's Defense Weekly,asked by Cable
goods control orders." News Network how dangerous it would be for Iraq to
Sources said the goods included nuclear triggering have nuclear strike ability, said, "In the hands of the
devices. A Customs source said more than one device Iraqis, we don't know what would happen." He noted awug
designed to detonate a nuclear weapon was seized. Iraq had been accused of using chemical weapons
Iraq repeatedly has denied that it is building nuclear against its own citizens in Kurdistan in recent years.
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I Violence sweeps Peru before electionsLIMA I Classic Clothing for the Young 1978 Professional
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Peru (UPI) -Ultra-leftist guerrillas bombed Early Wednesday morning, thousands of people Open Mon-Ptl 10-6 Sat 10-5 377-0902
banks, factories, and public buildings Wednesday in lined up at bus stops in Lima waiting to board the few
a violent 24-hour general strike called to dissuade operating buses, some of them privately owned and Alterations Extra All Sales Final
voters from voting in the April 8 presidential elections. others from the state-owned transportation company,
Fifteen persons were injured in attacks ordered Enatruperu.
Tuesday night and early Wednesday in I Lima and the A leader of the Transport Union, David Quitana, MOM U46D 1b 4A1 >
neighboring port city of Callao by the Maoist Shining said Wednesday his organization was letting individual ( / )
Path rebel organization, police said. members decide whether they would workor !
A group of suspected rebels threw explosives intoa suspend their services because authorities "have *
branch of the governing Aprista Party early Wed not given us sufficient guarantees to make us risk our
nesday in the working class district of Villa el Salvador, only means of livelihood."
south of Lima, wounding four people and gutting the Quitana said that while authorities had offered to
inside of the building, police said. repair buses destroyed by rebels during the strike, at
Dynamite bombs damaged five banks, and car least 13 vehicles burned during previous strikes had
bombs created panic, injuries and damage when they never been repaired despite similar government
exploded near a plastics factory and on public streets. promises.The lrvs
Police said a woman was injured by a bullet fired president of Enatruperu, Jorge Meneses, said l : mor cR,
by police when her car failed to stop at a roadblocknear the company would operate 732 buses across the cityto
an army post in downtown Lima. help keep transportation moving, and Labor Mini-
Helicopters and army tanks patrolled the main ster Wilfredo Chau Villanueva said Wednesday that
avenues of the capital, and armored units guarded workers had two extra hours to get to work.
industrial centers in an apparent effort to maintain But hundreds of shopkeepers and dozens of
order and business as usual. markets, especially in working-class districts, closed
Some 10,000 members of the military and police for the day after Shining Path rebels put out the word
forces have been in control of law and order in Peru's that those defying the strike would be killed and their .
capital since President Alan Garcia declared a state of property destroyed. 1 1I
emergency four days ago. Many banks did business through cracked doors,
The order,called in nine of 24 departments and two fearing attacks by guerrillas.
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provinces, suspends some individual constitutional Since Shining Path carried out its first attack in
rights and puts the military and police in charge of 1980, 18,000 people have been killed in political !
the political and legal processes in the target areas. violence in Peru. 3 III 1990 fonts+VM As4.hf44 64.t


I Ethnic unrest strains provisional governmentVIENNA I "ALL VDU CAN EAT" SALAD BAR ,

(UPI) -Romanians still are assessing the In Transylvania, where tension remain high, ex- fONNV' MA6 A GReM VARIETY OF GARDEN-FRE*N
damage from last week's ethnic rioting in Transyl- treme right-wing and nationalist groups are signingup VEGETABLE: PLU# A WONDERFUL MSORTMENrOP
vania, but a clear loser is beginning to emerge: the converts at the expense of more moderate parties MIXED ALAD4! PRUIT CHEESECROUTbN4
provisional government. like the front. ,DRe%ING-)i, BREAD
Interim President Ion Iliescu and his National Sal Eight people were killed and about 300 wounded in CRAC.l LlG..n31
MEAL\
vation Front, which brought ethnic Hungarians and clashes early last week between ethnic Hungariansand GREAT ANY DAV OFTME
Romanians together three months ago in toppling a Romanian nationalists in Tirgu Mures, a city of PRIC.E VE6ETA0LE4- AT A GttE
dictator, appears to have alienated both groups with 150,000 in Transylvania, the westernmost province.The -MQMkJOULt> 8 E
its handling of the country's worst ethnic unrest in ethnic violence, the worst in Romania in four
decades. decades, completely overshadowed the official kickoff .
With the election less than two months away, op- of the country's first democratic election campaign C0JJJJdS. .
position parties are hammering away at the govern since World War II. And there were signs that at least
ment for what they say' was a botched and tardy some government officials favored postponing the REAL PIT BAR.B.Q
response to the crisis. May 20 election.

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Lombardi! to meet


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finalists
(Gainesville City Wide Hunt provost


for Fabulous Prizes!) o_ By RONALD DUPONT JR. of the University of Minnesota,
each received 12 votes of support.
Alligator Writer
Andrew Sorenson an associate
UF President John Lombardi*
dean for Academic Affairs at Johns
I will bring back to campus next
Caber Hopkins University the same
Systems week the four candi-
top provost
university Lombardi! is from re-
dates chosen the Provost
by
ceived only four votes. And Mi-
Search Committee during Spring chael Baer,the dean of the Collegeof
Grand Opening Break. Liberal Arts and Sciences at the
After the last month
spending University of Kentucky, receivedno
interviewing five finalists, the 17- votes.
member committee gave unanimous
SaturdaMarch y9 support to one candidate and UF spokesman Larry Humes
either partial or no support to the said Lombardi! and other adminis-
rest of the field. trators will re-interview the top
31 But rather than simply sendingtwo four candidates next week before
or three names to Lombardi!, choosing one of the finalists.
the committee gave him all the
names and Included how the com- UF received more than 70 appli-
(Look Here Tomorrow For Details/ !)
voted each which will
mittee on one. cations for the position,
Kenneth Smith,a business dean pay about $100,000 annually; The
3732 Newberry Road from the University of Arizona, re- committee narrowed the field to
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((904)371-6326) Hemp and Shirley Clark, interim viting those candidates to campusto
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Shift into The Independent Florida Alligator'sAUTOMOTIVATION ( Tompkins defeats Vision candidateBy

served to win," said Vision Sen.
ANTHONY LEDERMAN
Amira Trebincevic. She noted he
Alligator Writer
has run for many Student Govern-
After being defeated by Vision ment positions in the past. Tomp-
party senators for both the Student kins ran for Senate president in
Senate president and pro tempore February but was defeated. He
Special Sectionalligator positions, Sen. Chris Tompkins then ran for pro tempore but also
i turned the tables at Tuesday was unsuccessful.Price .
.
night's meeting. said,The truth of the mat-
Tompkins defeated Vision Sen. ter is ((Tompkins) has gone up for
Jill Price for the Replacement and so many darn things before the
Agenda Committee at-large seat. Senate, it makes him very visible.
Although Vision party leaders recommended
\ Price at a caucus held "Obviously his popularity is run-
r before the Senate meeting, Tomp- ning much higher than mine in the
kins defeated Price. Senate right now," she said.

"I'm upset that Vision supported Tompkins said he didn't think
Tompkins and they didn't supportone popularity was a factor in the vot-
of their own party," Vision
party leader Adam Tannenbaumsaid. ing."I
hope they looked at my work
."I feel the qualifications were
close." see Senate, page 7
Tannenbaum said he thought
Tompkins won because Vision senators
voted their conscience, in- correction

stead of with the party line. Patricia M. Walker, who servedas
Tompkins said he believed sen- Gator Growl producer in 1981,
ators voted for"the person they felt was the first woman to fill that post.
best with." The Alligator reported otherwiseon

"I'm glad Tompkins won, he de- this page Monday. -
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OPINIONSNo

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sleeping

Mr. you should give:
Florida] legislators will)) gather in Tallahassee]] next Tues- a idea thorny vision
day to open the session. The biggest issue is where to
get enough money for everyone who needs it. for the MUM jgji decisionsre ,

But buried in the myriad of environmental legislationare to bemadea ,W.
two bills that call for stricter penalties for protesters leadet's4 will taK this n3dcnin

blocking the doors of abortion clinics and for an abortion the. s....
clinic study. This is an election year and not many ]legislators N 'l he eats

] want to sponsor anything that's too controversial. his 1 o1cM..
Abortion rights in Florida appear to be safe.

But across the country and into the Pacific at least one

territory and one state are heating up the issue again. rIlT1J1

Out of nowhere three weeks ago, legislators in Guam,
a U.S. territory in the South Pacific, unanimously passedthe
most restrictive abortion legislation in the country.

The bill), signed last week by the governor of Guam

makes most abortions, including cases involving rape in-
cest and fetal abnormality, felonies by those who perform
them and misdemeanors by those who receive them.

There are exceptions for when the mother's life is in

danger but then only if two independent physicians agree
and the Guam Medical] Licensure Board approves the.
decision. The law also makes it a misdemeanor to solicita

woman to have an abortion.In .
the meantime, of course, the mother could be half] lA( 11M1c i

way through her second trimester and die.

A few days later a Federal] district judge blocked enfor-
Break is financial bustSpring
cement of the law until a lawsuit challenging its constitutionality I Spring a
] could be heard.
Break 1990. Once it was a sun-drenched
Opponents say the law contradicts Roe v. Wade the Now it's ] Helligar
daydream. only an expensive, unforgettable
1973 Supreme Court case that guaranteed abortion under memory. SPEAKING ;;jim

the 14th Amendment's right of privacy. From now until finals, many students have to look
Back on the mainland in Idaho, Gov. Cecil Andrus is in forward to classes, macaroni and cheese dinners and burly bartender snapped.We .
the middle of deciding whether to sign legislation that empty wallets. But for business owners at Florida's
Spring Break hot spots, the future holds inflated bank made that first beer last as long as we could,
the restrictive for in the nation.
would be
most a state
but found ourselves at bar No. 2.
accounts and modest summer homes in Tahiti. soon we sitting
Like Guam Idaho would outlaw abortions in
except cases I'm know who I'm about
sure you talking The
of severe fetal deformity and where the mother's life is in people behind those beach side bars in the Keys, "What do" you mean Miller Lites are only three anda
quarter? At least this bartender had enough classto
danger. It also would permit abortions in certain rape and Daytona Beach and Ft Lauderdale.Yes ask for her tip.
incest cases. even Ft. Lauderdale. Once the Spring Break
National pro-choice advocates are stepping in with the place to be, Ft Lauderdale's strip has sunk to a We each threw her a shiny quarter and sat downto
hangout for clueless students who have yet to hear gripe about our waning Spring Break funds and to
only thing that might stop the trend of telling women the news Holiday Isle is the place to be! But the watch the steroid studs hit on wayunderdressedbabes.
what they can and cannot do with their bodies theyare bars along the strip aren't prepared to give up those Just as a bronze muscle-bound man wearing
threatening an economic boycott. hefty profits they once enjoyed during those first warm .a red, skin-tight tank top was about to score, a second
Andrus agrees that the threat to boycott Idaho months of spring. fateful sign caught our attention.

potatoes, the state's top money-making industry, and a Too bad my Spring Break pals and I found that out "Bud Lights for $1.50," that sign read.
the hard
few other industries is effective. way.
One drizzly afternoon as Another false sold hours ,"
we were cruising along alarm. Those out ago
"Anytime someone" threatens one of our cash crops, it the strip and gazing at the people sitting on the muddy the bartender said as he snatched a ten from a
[becomes significant Andrus said. beach, one of us the sober one spotted a sign customer. -
Even though Florida] was victorious in its fight to that read, "The Candy Store: 16 bars and 75 'protect abortion rights the issue cannot be forgotten. drafts." Sure they did, dude.

The state Supreme Court guaranteed the right to abortion There it was. We had stuck gold. So much for truth-in-advertising. At least there
under the right to privacy in Florida's] constitution. So to Or we thought we had. were 16 bars. Or maybe that was just how many
After grumblingly paying the seven-dollar cover pennies I had left when we finally stumbled out of
increase regulations Florida's constitution (or the Court)
charge, we hopefully
swaggered over to bar No. 1. The Candy Store.
would have to be changed.But "How much for a Miller Light draft?" I asked justto
pro-choice advocates need to be concerned about make sure the sign wasn't a hallucination. Next Spring Break we'll have to try the Keys.

what happens in Guam and Idaho. If those laws are Three dollars and fifty cents for a Miller Lite,"the Jeremy Helligar is a junior in journalism.

defended, other legislators may get the courage to further ERS TO THE -EDITOR
restrict abortions in their state. And while we are safe in
Florida] we may not always remain in Florida. Nor will Lombardi! wants keep us off the grass, and through faces a dwindling habitat and
our children. turnstiles, to keep us from mob- growth-mad politicians call for additional
cold crowded UF bing the doorways, and the lesson people to tax in order to
involved with the national
Stay movement to protect I took
that endless
away was the more of pay for present needs in an
the right of privacy for women everywhere, not just Editor: 1 was very disappointed to you there are, the less any single growth spiral.
Florida.] hear that one of President individual is likely to count. On this campus, the call will be
Lombardi's first moves was to call The problems accompanying out to pave over every remaining
alligator for the phasing in of a massive unlimited population growth are natural area just to meet the insa-
Editor increase in the student populationat becoming increasingly apparent at tiable demand for parking space.
Lucy Chabot UF thus demonstrating that he, every level. With the world popula- and
Managing Editor Opinions Editor too, Is a captive of the growth-is-al- tion hurdling toward 6 billion, What this campus leaders, state with the
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton ways-good-for-us paradigm.I global human misery increases planet needs are growthas
to face population
courage
daily while
I spent my undergraduate thousands of non- must cometo
yearsat a serious problem we
Letters human
Letters to the Policy editor should not exceed: 200 words(about one 8-by-lO page) They should be a state university that was very orably toward species are pushed inex- grips with, not more who try to
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include typed name address and telephone big and in my opinion also very extinction.In make us pretend it's a solution.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer show/just cause If you have any questions call mediocre. Students herdedlike
were Florida,highways and institutions Ronnie' Hawkins
the editorial page editor at 37 -458.
.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 29.1WO.) ALLIGATOR, "

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SENATEfrom Vision, "I wasn't looking for anything political These appointments created three vacancies In a somber( moment at the meeting,
I did it because I thought the Vision in the Senate two off-campus seats in senators remembered the late UF pitcher
page 5 platform was good. Then I started to think, the 32607 and 32608 zip code and one in the Steve Georgiadis, who died March 17 after
( in the Senate as reasons to support me," he Hey, wait a minute, SG's for me." Murphree Hall area. Senate President Andrew entering Shands Hospital for shoulder surgery -
said. Senators also approved all Student Body Meyer said these seats will be filled at two days prior. The cause of his death
President Michael Browne's cabinet direc next week's meeting.In has not been disclosed by.officials.
In another vote senators approved Ted
tors. However, Alan Rubin declined the External other business, Senate voted to give
Tagalakis, who campaigned for Vision dur- Affairs Directorship because he CARIBSA, the Caribbean Student Association Tannenbaum attended the same high
ing the election, to fill the off-campus 32608 would not be able to be in Gainesville duringthe $11,730 for next month's CARIBSA school as Georgiadis, and said at the meet-
senate seat. The R&A committee recom- summer. Browne required all directorsto week. Much of the money will go for four Ing he was sorry to see him pass away.
mended Tagalakis over two other candi- be In Gainesville for the entire upcomingyear. bands at the all-day Reggae Sun Splash on
dates. Adam Cohen accepted Rubin's direc April 8, which ends the week's activities, "He will be missed by the baseball team
Tagalakis said when he campaigned for torship. CARIBSA President Christopher Bird said. and all of UF," he said.


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UNIV A Beains Todav: Performances Scheduled I

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'* The 14th annual Comparative Drama partment and Center for Greek Studies. Reitz Union Ballroom; and Sophocles'
Ch' Conference, which begins today and runs Local sponsors are Goerin('s Book Center,; "Oedipus Tyrannos," by the London
through Saturday, will be highlighted Friends of the Program in Classical Drama Small Theatre Company, 2 p.m., Saturday I
tonight by a multi-media presentation, and Gainesville physician David Cofrin. in B74-75 Reitz Union
'This is the Night that Either Makes Me UF associate professor of classics Numerous papers on comparative dra-
Produced by UF information and Publications Services, 355 and directorof also will be ,
the
T gen Hall, and paid lor at usual advertising rates to com or Fordoes Me Quite, by University of Karelisa Hartigan is founder ma presented including
muncate official notices and Important information to Utah Tom Markus at 8 the international conference, which will following topics: Drama Theory, French
students,faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for onWomen's p.m. in Salon of the Gainesville Hilton. attract approximately 120 participants. Drama and East Meets West, 110.5 p.m.
The conference, devoted to the discus- Two plays will be performed during the today, Gainesville Hilton downstairs
sion and presentation of drama and play- conference: Strindberg's "Creditors,' by salons; American Drama, Germanic and
wrights, is sponsored by UF's College of the University of Georgia's Partly Free Slavic Drama and Drama on Stage, 9 a.m.
Studies Liberal Arts and Sciences, Classics De- Theatre Cooperative, 8 pm., Friday, in the to noon Friday, Gainesville Hilton down-
stairs salons; Greek Drama, Shakespeareand

Program Sponsors 15 UF Win Divisional Feminist Drama, 2 to 4 p.m. Friday in
Employees 3467 Reitz Union; and British Drama,
Comedy and Melodrama and ComparativeDrama
All-Day Symposium"Issues AwardsFifteen 9 a.m. to noon Saturday in the
Superior Accomplishment
Gainesville Hilton downstairs salons.
in Feminist Theory" is the themeof All events are free and open to the
an all-day symposium to be held Satur- UF employees have received the Superior Accomplishment Award for their lic. No registration is necessary for those
day in the Holiday Inn-University Center. work division for 19891990 The awards program recognizes employees who exhibit attending who are not involved with the
The symposium, which is free and open outstanding and meritorious service and who have directly improved the quality of life Department of Classics or conference pre-
to the public, is sponsored by UF's Women for students and other employees. sentations. For more information, call
's Studies Program and features na- Each of the 15 award winners from Division 3, which includes all colleges and depart-- Karelisa Hartigan, 392-2075.
tional and local scholars discussing ments reporting to the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs,
feminism, feminist theory and feminist will be presented with a plaque and $100 at a reception hosted by Interim Provost Gene
issues in legal studies. Hemp. Divisional winners automatically become nominees for awards at the University Human Resources
Registration is at 8 a.m., and the pro- level.
gram begins at 8:30: a.m. with a lecture by Award winners include: Sharon Thomas, executive secretary, Florida Museum of Offers Tips For
University of Rochester professor Con- Natural History; Kaye Wall, administrative secretary College of Journalism &: Com-
stance Penley entitled "Feminism, Psycho- munications; Kathy Williams, fiscal assistant, English Department; Lejene Normann,
analysis, and Popular Culture: executive secretary, Ham Museum of Art; Margaret Steptoe, administrative secretary, Census FormsSome
For additional information, contact P.K. Yonge Laboratory School; Drusilla Gurahoo, administrative secretary, Classics
Helga Kraft at 392-2101 or Linda Wolfe at Department; Larry Frederick, engineer; Physics Department; Ron Spencer, engineer, UF employees may be able to address -
392-2031. Physics Department; Dan Hanson, computer programmer/analyst/ Graduate School; Gainesville's traffic and commuting
Barbara Cleveland, office automation specialist, College of Architecture; Mar) Pendley, concerns when they complete their U.S.
Career Resource deputy registrar, Re strar's Office; Ray Thomas, engineer, Geology Department;Julia Census forms, reports the Division of
Bolden, administrative assistant, Chemistry Department and John Boatwright, student Human Resources.
affairs coordinator, Registrar's Office. By indicating their work addresses according I
Center SessionsFor to specific buildings and room

numbers, UF employees can more accur- ,
Job SeekersA ately show the number of employees in
the area. Indicating streets without build i
I CAMPUS / WEEK I and room numbers will not provide
Turner Broadcasting(CNN) vice pres- fflaTHISNEXT ings I
ident will offer advice for job-seeking stu- the Census Bureau with enough information -
from
dents during one of three programs spon- to recognize the traffic resulting
sored by UF's Career Resource Center. the large number of people commuting to
Xemona Clayton, assistant corporatevice TODAY Audience," by University of Utah finance and from UF's comparatively small area.
president for urban affairs with UNIVERSITY SENATE MEETING, 3:30: professor Jim Brickley, 10:30: a.m., 200 Census answers will be used by govern-
Turner Broadcasting, will discuss "Mak- p.m., McCarty Auditorium. Business Building. ment officials to make policy decisions
ing Your Career Work For You'!" at 12:30: FORESTRY LECTURE, "AtmosphereCanopy / 1990 JURIED ART STUDENTS EXHIBITION concerning transportation, the environ-
p.m. Friday in the Reitz Union Auditorium Interactions of Florida Slash Pine features works of UF art depart- ment and civil defense.
Claytons presentation is co-spon- Forests," by UF forestry professor Henry ment students. Opening reception at 8 For more information, contact Greg
sored by UF's Institute of Black Culture. Gholz, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. p.m., preceded by awards ceremony at 7:30: Marwede, Division of Human Resources,
Two other career-related programs are ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Systematicsand p.m., University Gallery, SW 13th St. Con- 392-1204.
scheduled for Monday in the Reitz Union Evolution of the Bathyergidae," by tinues through April 29, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Auditorium. Assessment Designs Interna- Texas A&M: University wildlife and gene- "SIMILE Ito 5 p.m. Sundays. Students Sought For
tional will test students' supervisory and tics professor Marc Allard, 4 p.m., 211 Bar- ALLEGORIES installationby
sales skills at 8:30: a.m., and Career tram Hall.MODERN. UF MFA candidate Terry Conduct CommitteeThe
Resource Center personnel will explain DANCE PERFORMANCE/LEC-/ with 8 p.m. reception in Focus Gallery, 302
company interview sign-up proceduresfor TURE by dancer/choreographer/ Dana Fine Arts Building C. Continues through Office for Student Judicial Affairs is
Fall 1990 from 10 to 10:50: a.m. fur more Reitz, 4 p.m., O'Connell Center dance April 11, 8 to 11:45: a.m. and 1 to 4:45: p.m. recruiting students to serve on the Student
information, contact the Career Resource studio. weekdays. Conduct Committee, a group of faculty
Center, B-1 Reitz Union, 392-1601. ETHNOMUSICOLOGY LECTURE, "Af- SATURDAY and students which hears cases involving
rican Elements in Trinidad's Popular alleged Student Conduct Code violations.
Applications Due Now Music," by visiting Fulbright scholar and STEEL DRUM CONCERT by Othello Any student with a minimum 2.0 GPA
Molineaux & the Trinidadian Steel
University of the West Indies African Drum who is not on conduct probation or sus-
For Reitz Union Board language professor Maureen Warner- Natural Ensemble, 2 p.m., Florida Museum of pension may apply Applications are avail-
Lewis, 4:30: p.m., 427 Grinter Hall. History courtyard. able through April 2 in the Office for Stu-
Student applications for the 1990-91 LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES FILM SUNDAY dent Services, 124 Tigert Hall, between 8
Reitz Union Board of due SERIES "Romero" a.m. and 4:30 and must be returnedto
Managers are 515; p.m., 2353 Turl- PERUVIAN ART SHOW : p.m.
by 4:30pm. Friday in the Student Affairs ington Hall. "Warriors, Priests and OPENING, that office by 4 p.m. Monday, April 2.
Office, 124 Tigert Hall Applicants must be ARC IITECIURE DISTINGUISHED LEC- Moche Art From Peru God-Kings'Ancient," : For more information, contact Lynda
in !good? standing with the University, be TURE, "Architecture as a Social Art," by vessels and burial ceramics featuring from the effigy first- Wasula or Irene.Stevens, 392-1261.
registered for at least 12 hours during Max Bond, Black architect and City College millenium Moche
culture.
spring 1990 and have at least a 2.0 GPA as of New York architecture dean, 6 p.m., In Grinter Galleries, continues Opens through April 1 Lost, Abandoned ItemsTo
of 1990. For information, 101 Little Hall.
more con-
spring May 4, 9 a.m. to 3pm.
and 1
weekdays
tact Sarah Resnick Carswell at 392-1265. AN EVENING REMEMBERING to 4 p.m. Sundays. Be Auctioned TodayLost
SAMUEL BECKETT featuring music, lec- recoveredon
tures and excerpts from Beckett's works, 8 MONDAY or abandoned property
will be auctioned in a Sale of
Library Closed SaturdayLibrary p.m., the Thomas Center; 302 N.E. 6th EARTH DAY 2000 SEMINAR, "Ozone campus the Reitz
Public Outcry at 9 a.m.today on
Avenue, sponsored by UF theatre and En- Concentrations
East will be closed Saturdaydue and Atmospheric Concen- Union Colonnade. Auction items include
to a planned power outage in con- glish departments. trations of Add Gas, Aerosols and Precipitation bicycles,jewelry, books, clothing and eyeglasses
struction activities at Peabody Hall The FRIDAY Throughout Florida," by Thomas Property that has been held for
library will close at 11 p.m. Friday and Lavery, president of Gainesville environmental 30 days without being claimed by its
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A humble green house at 1418 NW Third ing tale of his own educational\ history. His retirement 10 years later However, his son
Ave. marks the border of a once smaller and ,schooling started at Buchholz Gainesville's declares "he was the functioning head for
simpler Gainesville. In this house lived Dr. only primary school l at the time. In the tenth, many years before that.
Frank I Kokomoor, a veritable Renaissance man grade he transferred to P.I K. Yonge which Did Marvin ever want to follow in his dad's
who chose to teach mathematics at the University occupied, the site where Norman Hall stands footsteps? He did attend his father's alma
'. of Florida. today mater, the University of Michigan, after
i' ,\ As his son Dr, 'Marvin I Kokomoor,' 70, "If Buchholz was a disciplinarian institution -, graduating from UF But he enrolled in\ medical -
I: :,t. ," speaks, I try to imagine this town as it looked then P.K. Yonge was its diametric opposite school and became a pediatrician.
:r,' in 1926 when the Kokomoor family arrived where they stressed 'love of learning,' Marvin's father died in 1989, one year shortof
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.!:, '- ." from Ohio. "Only one'house lay north of us, he recalls. In fact, attendance wasn't man- attaining his ambition to survive a century.: .
<1.i. and beyond that was rabbit-hunting ter- datory and students often played on the He stayed active until the age of 90, teaching
.,. ritory." A car whizzes by, as if to refute this elevators all day. The senior Kokomoor soon Sunday school at the! First Methodist Church
"j laststatement., Marvin Kokomoor is a quiet lost his tolerance and as a result, Marvin downtown. The preacher at his funeral
iltf,1 ,,;. elderly man who seems'somewhat restless Inth7 passed UF's entrance exam after finishing the remarked of Dr. Frank Kokomoor, "There are
: his recent retirement from "baby- octorlng.* eleventh grade. people who cooperate, people who are passive
p This gentle son revealed to me the story of his Meanwhile, his father was busy teaching at and people who have to be active and do
; ,' father, "who wanted to live to be 100." UF and writing mathematics books. Those things. He was a doer.
.'\ Born in .1890 in Indiana, Frank Kokomoor days John J J. Tigert, who for many now signifies The little house at 1418 stands deserted now.
': _" grew up on a farm and aspired to be a merely the name of a building presidedover The eastern. wing: which Frank Kokomoor
I, preacher. He also loved to teach. After the school. During this period,. Frank built himself, looks forlorn and empty, victimto
IW, graduating from Valparaiso University he Kokomoor devised a syllabus for the math many years of vandalism. Unfortunately, ..
itS- : .. worked as a Methodist preacher a coach and portion! of the General College a review- the place doesn't lend itself to renovation.
t'' a high school principal. He continued to pursue oriented program at UF The General College Marvin claims "it would cost like the mischiefto
l" his dual interests, in'Ann Arbor where he originated because lower schools then set such fix up." Since the building does not fall in
\ preached while obtaining his doctorate in varying standards that "some kids shouldn't a target area for restoration no government
'!t.: mathematics at the University of Michigan. even have graduated Marvin says subsidy Is forthcoming Most likely the house
fI// \; Then he packed up his young family and For this and other achievement, Frank will be divided into apartments, covering, in
headed south, Kokomoor became head of the mathematics their stark uniformity, the last vestiges of that
' But, the younger I Kokomoor has an Interest- department: in 1950, a post he held until his quiet monument to an! historic Gainesville.

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e london she hits a few unexpected notes. Angel" is even better. Rockets or the resurgent crazinessfor even more so on "Pharaoh"), and
But Basia certainly does keep She shows more versatility than The B-52s. This should be The the screaming guitar epilogue
Warsaw things interesting with her scat Sade, Anita Baker or even Kenny Church's year. qualifies as The Church's most
new york tered vocal pyrotechnics.Being G's saxophone. But too often she The band's seventh album, Cold intense moment on record."Disappointment" .
a good sport when losingat mistakes technique for true emo- Afternoon Fix, should be the one to is less intense
love is a recurring theme on tion. Most of the songs were co- garner some long-overdue atten- but just as affecting. The
London Warsaw New York. "So bye written by Basia. If only she would tion (if there's any justice in the song paints a desolate picture
for now/ Don't let it die'Cause sing them like she feels them. world). Finally the band members life after a relationship ends.
we can try some other time," Basia have mastered the art of compos- Kilbey's vocals are hushed and
sings on "Cruising for Bruising." ing actual verses and choruses. despondent, casting an eerie
She gently explains to a lover their Gold Afternoon Fix contains some j eauty over the despair.
relationship must end in order for of The Church's most literate Gold Afternoon Fix lapses into
each of them to survive. In a some. ,1'aar lyrics and tightly structured anonymity when Marty Wilson-
times stunning display of vocal --, music, but not at the cost of the Piper handles vocal chores on
London Warsaw New York control, she eases from low to high band's trademark esoteric style. "Russian Autumn Heart" and
Although no one seems to men. registers with little warning.She Throughout Gold Afternoon Fix, when Peter Koppes takes over the
tion it, one of the notable trends of again dons her goodsporthalo fIIw! women repeatedly turn up as viiI mike on "TransientJ h Is is
the late '80s was the incorporationof on "Take Him Back, Rachel"as \? J, ,is. "You' e (king ur1l1l g, cau n-
jazz music into the mainstream. she pleads to a lover's old rian ast It' ti lrbuti t he urch's t
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First, Sade and, later, Anita Baker flame, "Take him back, Rachel/ pes a bey sn rf wH two of that
and Kenny C, introduced a It's time to stop lying/ When he I a ::'bu{. gi b yen 'r. record e on But r
palatable form of jazz to an looks at me he's dreaming of your ill ut I: he ha ike-v on
audience raised on MTV. eyes. He was never truly happyin urc s most" fitter song to date, the almost too abstract "Pharaoh"and
The latest contributor is Basia my arms." Her modesty is com it's the band's least subtle. the tropical percussion of
Trzetrzelewska. Known simply as mendable, but it soon becomes As much as women are deemed "City," something needs to bring
Basia to her increasing legion of cloying and simply unbelievable. J 4 villains, so do high-pitched, jan listeners back to earth.
fans, she has released her Nearly as incredulous is her sac gling guitars recur. "Metropolis," Through seven records and
sophomore LP, London Warsaw charine interpretation of Stevie .. the record's first' single, begins various solo projects, The Church
New York, a collection of smoky Wonder's "Until You Come Backto with the same trembling guitars has covered a vast portion of
jazz and salsa-flavored tunes. Me." Basia's soulless vocals The Church that introduced "For a Moment musical terrain. Rather than venturing
For the most part, there are no turn urgent desperation Into Cold Afternoon Fix We're Strangers" on The Church's into unchartered territory,
major surprises. London Warsaw carefree optimism. The Church may be the last great 1981 debut, Of Skins and Hearts. Gold Afternoon Fix not so gently
New York packs the same punchesas After stumbling on Wonder's undiscovered post-modern band. They still sound great. reminds listeners of where The
Basia's debut, Time and Tide. classic, she rises again on "Coper Sure, the Australian band had ,a More spectacular are the crying Church has been and what the
Once again she improvises in nicus." Here she really flaunts her near hit two years ago with guitars that lead to the powerful band can do. Those with short
foreign tongues ("Nasza miloscia vocal ability, racing through each "Under the Milky Way," but that harmonies on the chorus of "Terra attention spans will be thankfulfor
podbijemy glob," "da da dum da line, barely stopping for a gasp of pales in comparison to the recent Nova Cain. The howlingwindsound the. reminder.
dum dum da dum dum," etc.), and air Her sly vocal turn on "Not An success of The Cure and Love and effects are chilling (and BY JEREMY HELLICAR






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mak thin tension of the characters in those collaborative medium,and "froma

quit situations," she defends. "It's not political standpoint, an extraordinary Above: Kathryn
up o rt Chicago, gratuitous. It's not vicarious. It's tool"Regardless
films
Bigelow a scene
is gra Iyke 1, not there to pump up the moment. of political aspirations
d m nnega I see the violence as sort of the Bigelow may never escape from her new action-
tist become. truth of those moments, and the her notorious thirst for the perfect suspense thriller Blue
gh truth of the characters in those image. She's been branded for Steel.
on, moments." taking visuals too seriously, often
self with! seer economy and the Those moments,despite their Innate compromising story and characterto Below
Jamie Lee
vocabulary of a true academic. honesty, are rampant in achieve the look she wants. And :
Could this be ,the director, I Bigelow's work. And while many while this criticism is altogethervalid Curtis stars as Officer

ought, care argue that they are gratuitous, no considering the end Megan Turner, a rookie
bruta film one can deny her unnerving talentIn results of each of her films we
cop whose personal life
one featc ire conveying these moments can't ignore the talent she
dba fear Dat nd visually Like many celebrated radiates. Kathryn Bigelow is a and professional duties

reogr a barrodImnocent wl "visionary"directors -Terry Gil- master of atmosphere. become twisted when she

whit | cks liam, Stanley Kubrick and Ridley "I 1 think visual landscapesshould discovers that "Mr.Right"is
slau with re a Scott among them Bigelow hasa be very seductive and inviting the
of I lycanthr he style all her own. Her violence especially if you're givingan same man
an 0' Ss the dem vil- Is delivered at a kinetic pace and audience graphic, hard-hitting responsible fora string of
lain of her latest film, Blue Steel, with a first-person sense of conviction material," she says. "You should brutal psychopathic
take the ,clothes of a victim he's And her visual tones, consis- win them over first, before you murdersKathryn .
sliced to ribbons and squeeze tent throughout each setting, glow pounce.."
blood onto'his own bare chest? with shattering contrasts in light

Indeed It was. and dark. She's one of the few '\
Bigelow "I I respond to high-impact movie filmmakers whose backgroundsarc
making Bigelow explains, when distracting. 1
.talks about questioned about the intensity of "The visuals come very easy,"
her films. "I like stuff that gets in she admits, "but working with ac-
highimpactfilmmaking your face. It's provocative. You're tors, working with a story, is what
challenged by this material that challenges. me the most.
takes risks, so that's the kind of That challenge was the drive .
material I like to work with." that led Bigelow to change careers ..
High-impact may be an under- nearly 10 years ago, when she left '
statement, for her films do more her work as a New York artist to \I >> .

than get in your face By compos- pursue a role in film.The isolationof ; .
ing some of the most potent painting, she explains, was her .
violence since the fury of Sam biggest barrier,as her lack of focus I t.

DyStephen Peckinpah, Bigelow surroundsyou around people provided a "ter .
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bludgeons your senses and rifying" approach to filmmaking.
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gets under your skin. It was also her prime motive, for : .
Nix The violence is an organic ex she sees the cinema as a "purely,
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has his moments of doubt, butfhlsown the best films of the year. We employee they will be spendingan
t ,for, >robably will appreciate obscene amount of money and
his Jranagh's ach ent love to be sucked up to.
x. WWlhiness Shakespeare all tH e lat But it's all too predictable. She'sa
I Jail. That's when* Z r hooker, but hey put her in a
''Tti a s yAw scs to deli n rsi nice dress and she'll learn to be.
for filet starring of a eo have herself and cry at the opera.
achieving his goal. Mel Gibson. He's a brutal corporate raider, but
We do see how two bishops urge Pretty Woman hey a few fun evenings and
the King to war to protect their Royal ParkA he'll learn that it's better to walk
own interests, but Harry never routine romantic comedy through the park in his bare feet.
comes to this understanding.At about a powerful businessmanwho They both seem unduly embarrassed
another point, when the town hires a hooker to be his com whenever the fact that
of Harfleur is besieged, Harry or- panion for a week. Richard Cere she's a prostitute is mentioned.And .
ders them to surrender in a fiery and Julia Roberts add some sparksof only today could two characters
speech. If they don't lay down humor especially in a shop have sex throughout most of
their arms Immediately, he ping scene in which he tells an the movie only to have the real
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threatens that his 'men will rape -- -- -
their shrill-shrieking daughtersand
have their naked infants
pitted upon spikes. But rather
than sounding barbaric or evil, it
Vol seems more like hyperbolic bully-
ing. When the town does give in
trembling in fear we are
.. .. hardly surprised that Harry orders -
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SOPHIE BAKER his men to use mercy.
I Kenneth Branagh as Henry V, woes Emma Thompson's Katherine in his This is not a criticism of the film,
brilliant Shakespearean production. merely a look at the dramatic
decisions has made.
* Henry V (in which the one-man Chorus Branagh The
Oaks Four West played marvelously by Derek final result is a boldly dramatic
Henry V is a good place for Jacobi! wanders across a movieset story filled with excellent perfor- z
filmmakers the the and mances. Michael Maloney is
to enter ) to charming ligh-
Shakespearean canon. It is brash, thearted ending Henry V is a tri- amusing as the selfpossessedFrench tlr
fairly direct and filled with umph. It proves Kenneth Branaghis Dauphin, whose adviserscan
barely contain their scorn for
enough pageantry to make Ideal- a major new talent.
ly suited for adaption. Of course, there is another him. Christopher Ravenscroftturns r
Harry, as Henry V is called, leda movie version of Henry V, filmed what might have been the 4
dissolute life Laurence Olivier World minor role of the French herald
as a young man, by during
but he has blossomed into a ma- War II as spirit-raising propaganda. into a fascinating portrayal.It .
ture and commanding King of This is certainly bloodier and is all beautifully shot and
England. Advisers urge him to more realistic than that saber-rat- backed by an exceptional score by
stake his claim to the throne of tler. But it's only a matter of de- Patrick Doyle. His music managesto P
France. gree, for this Henry V is very be stirring but never martiahs-
Convinced his cause is fair and rousing indeed. tic. .
just, Harry leads his men across Several key scenes have been Naturally, Branagh himself is
the Channel and engages in one reinstated, scenes that Olivier was also terrific. He roars through the
victorious combat after another.His urged to omit for fear of clouding major hurdles of the role suchas
adventure culminates in the patriotic fervor. They make the the St. Crispin's Day speech N
Battle of in which but with magnetism and vigor. He is
Agincourt, a movie more complex, hardly
small band of greatly outnum- revisionist. also unexpectedly charming
bered British soldiers slaughtertheir Branagh's Harry is a just and during the wooing of the French
French opponents.From compassionate man who gives due princess Katherine. ROM BATZDORFF
the witty opening scene praise to God at every juncture. He Henry V is certain to be one of Julia Roberts snuggles up to Richard Cere in Pretty Woman. I

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[ begin when they finallykiss suspecting shmuck. Michael is drawn into a world of
( on the lips. Alex's latest victim is Michael crime and deceit where his
1/2/ Bad Influence (James Spader), a timid corporate boardroom powerplays turn into
Oaks Four West employee competing for a major violent confrontations. Unnervedby
Most of us lead decent, normal promotion. Michael hardworking it all, he tells Alex to get out ear
lives. We go to work for 40 hoursa and industrious, but that isn't of his life. And that's when the
| week, plus a little overtime. We nearly so useful as mastering office real game begins. t
(develop relationships and creditIn politics and schmoozing with Bad Influence is a fast-paced and
the same straight-forward man- the boss something his rival is intriguing thriller that is unexpectedly
Jner. We look forward to Saturdays very good at. All of this tension, good. The script is by .
and holidays and two weeks a along with a boring fiance, has David Koepp, who co-wrote last
(year spent on vacation in a motel. given Michael painful ulcers anda year's Apartment Zero, a moody,
And we have the nagging burning desire to be stronger homoerotic character study that
( [ is having a hell of a lot more In steps Alex a charming was marred by an ending that
Ifun than we are. Faustian rogue who gives Michael owed a little too much to
Alex (Rob Lowe) is the one everything he wants and more. Hitchcock's Psycho. There are no
having the fun. He ignores the They wander through chic such problems here. The plottingis COLUMBIA' PICTURES
rules. He dances the night away, .. nightclubs till all hours of the intelligent and inventive right Paul Balthazar Getty may be cute but even he can't t save Lord of the Flies. I
sleeps with whomever he chooses morning, powered by champagneand up to the last moment.
and is liable to knock off a liquor poppers. Alex teaches Lowe uses his good looks to meekness to meanness over a few Michael discovers, that's some-
kicks. His wallet is have been overplayed. A A Lord of the Flies
never empty women and play hardball back at sliminess seem very appealing.
because he can always pick up a work. Everything is terrific But Spader has the more challenging Not Spader. He begins the Oaks Six East
new one from some poor, un- But slowly the stakes are raised. role. He has to change from movie by acting unconfident, un- The original film version of this
assured and barely able to maintain story was shot crudely in black
eye contact with other people. and white on a barren landscape.
At the end he seems tough, brutal It had a certain cautionary power.
and capable of anything. It's a This new treatment seems merely
convincing performance in a routine. Piggy who is supposedto
movie that takes us on a dark and be the calm voice of reason,
dangerous ride. For two hours we comes across as blubbering and
get to break the rules and never pitiable. Read the book Instead.
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Archer Rd. near 1-75, behind the Motel baked fresh bread served in a relaxed ;I Take Nutty home Fudge many to more 1:15: am and Sunday from 1 pm-1015: Crilled..Seafood Pastas, Bar-B-Que
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Reservations recommended-371-8069. El Toro
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warm Country Inn setting featuring Mexican Restaurant

unique seafood, veal, steaks, fowl and 1723 SW 13th St. Oyster Pub

Hometown Restaurant Mill pasta specialities; Tableside flambe' Great Mexican Food 7 Days 1728 W.Univ.Ave. Happy Hour 4-7pm

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baked fresh from scratch every morning hour 11-7 daily. Expanded Patio SE 2nd Place. 3757620. MC/VISA ac- 2pm. Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25t

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AMEX. 3303 W. Univ. Ave.371-4839. Best! 11-9:30: (Sun-Thu) & 11-10 (Frl- ITALIANLeonardo's imported beer in a jovial English Pub Steaks

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J's Restaurant Alachua. the best steaks and prime rib In
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pastas in an your dinner. Chicken & Seafood too!
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Chicken, Cajun Shrimp. Gorgonzola Deli Sandwiches & Ice cold beer! dollar drafts from 5-7 p.m. 6-pound

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your money?Where's your money?
Where's your billfold at?' I heard

everything, yelling\ screaming,
(then) Derek came out and said,'I!
got him.1Nina
Fulmer also testified that
Brazil struck her husband with a
hollow pipe and stole his wallet

SouNDs..LIKE Now! about husband's two death.weeks before her

Fay Strange,a custodian who
arranged for Brazil and Nina Ful-

SALTY DOG mer to meet, testified that they had
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EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY Automatic "fallen in love,"but when asked by
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trailer,on the kitchen counter near

SALTY DOG THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN the stove.
Has Its DayTHEM AntWHtJc Prosecutors will call more
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Turner said the move eventuallywill
Featuring:Manhattan<< Skyline consolidate
allow the library to
Jog,ar getionsKe social science, humanity and gen-
eral interest books in Library West.
team anyases4 Special interest and more diverse
books will be in Library East.
ASKS
JUSTR Books that are being moved
should be in temporary locationsin
libraries across campus by about
alA fRIWtPIII'CIIMI June 30, Turner said..After that,
construction on Library West to
provide more shelf space will!
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captivating melodies. begin.
"What we need in the long term
SAtE6K> ? On Sale Through April 11 th is a new building," Turner said. I

"Until we get that, we're going to
have to keep moving books to
I make space for more books." !

"We just don't have enough ,

.',,' room for all of the books," she
continued. "A library is considered
crowded when it is 85 percent full;
we are about 87 percent full."

01WON Each day, the library will post a
list of call numbers of the books
being moved so students can consult
the list before searching for a'
book Turner said.
First-year law student Clayton
Proulx said he is glad to see the
library trying to be easier to use.
I BAR I GAINESVILLE Oaks Mall, Oaks Plaza 331-4664 "I've been at UF since 1984 and

.' '" have always felt the library was a
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Ken Courage said the CPA study "We went from 140 proposed spaces PETSfrom
NORMANfrom should look at UK's master plan for back to 30.There should be somethingwe page 3
page 3 Norman Hall's front lawn. Under that can do better with the money."
around and there are instances when people can't move with their
future construction
proved will not Interfere with any of thefield's plan any extend "
Norman Hall should go in that area. In February CPA decided to pets. We can't single out students.
Norman Hall'sfront
game space or the parking lot Into Norman Field in
lawn-the place where Facilities Student Traffic Court Chief Justice to concerns about security at The Animal Control Center does not segregate between
Planning wanted to put the new park- Craig Varn, a CPA member, said the response sororities from the Parking and Trans- students and non-students when processing adoptions.

ing lot. proposed parking lot, with 120 to 140 portation Committee. After Chafin,
would have been better. two puppies from the shelter to
Because of the College ofEducation's spaces from the recreation department, ob- Frazer brought campus
to losing Softball diamond the Wednesday for Pet Project and said she hoped to dispelthe
strong opposition to the "I can't see it satisfying very many jected a
parking lot in front of Norman Hall other people" said Varn, who voted issue was referred back to the committee myth that animal control is synonymous with the dogcatcher

Parking and Transportation Chairman against the additional row of spaces. for alternate solutions. .

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1 FURNISHED Bel Air 636 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd/2ba to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$2SO, AVAILABLE NOW) Discount rent. 2 bed 3 FOR RENTSALERental
r | and 1bd apt*. Large Oak. College Park 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. room home with fireplace, yard new
I Summer C Furn. Studio Properties 411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 4- Plus LMR. Pool, laundry no cats or dog. paint. Only 1 block to UF 3735018. 3-
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Apt* 378-1190. 4-30-75-
I Sundowna Apt*. Close proximity to ovary- Near UF. very clean! 2bdr/1 ba. new carpet from $260
I thing. Avail May 2. Call 377-2596 ask lor fireplace, a/c, wain/dry hook-up, Oak Glade Apt*. Near UF a VA, quiet WINDMEADOWS APTS. 378-9291
[G.S. 3-29-5-1 avail. Aug. $330/mo. 3731558. 4-10-10-2 washer/dryer available In mod unit for 1,2, & 3 Bedroom
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apt apt* & houses, close to $250-$350. sec & Imr. 372.8422. 4.30. 2712 SW 34th St. **373-3558
I quiet no party atmosphere, avail now or UF,avail lor Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs.Call Wash/Dry. $5500 obo 3732227 or 377-
( May 1. $200 per mo. plus utilities. 378- 495-9024. 4-30-24-2 SPACIOUSONE WILLIAMSBURG APTS. 4374 4.5.5.3
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MASTER BR In 3br/3ba Oxford Manor 822 NW 39 Ave. ALSO rmmt wanted. $157 LYONS APT Pool, Laundry
Townhouse avail MAY 15-AUQ 15 and be- 81/2 mils., deposit. Call 3738310. ..2...- 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 1 Block to UF/Shands 4 HOUSE/APT.
[ $233/mo Call Rob 3717755.
yond. neg. 2000 SW 16th St. **376-1253
LRG 2bdr/1 ba: sublet summer C or B INCREDIBLE
Sublet 1 1bdr apt May-Aug 712-303 SW
w/Fall
option, fireplace wood/Mr. 2nd
Roommate Needed floor, 4-blk to UF. Courtyard. $400/mo Efficiency Apt. MOUNT VERNON APTS. 16th Ave close to Shands and UF,
I to share ibdrm/lbth apt across (from 377-8940. 4-2-3-2 Starting at $185 1 & 2 Bedrooms $220/mo. nego. Call Meg 3787780. ".2.
at $235/ 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST
Tigert (for Fall. Contact Tim 3771085. 4- Starting PoolLaundryClose
Sublease 2/2 darting summer 90 close to to UF/Shands Summer Term Sublease 1 bdr w/study
I Bdr/klt/llving rm privilege, most util UF, central a/c/ dishwasher new rug, Immaculate 378-3988 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389 turn Camelot Apt. $325/mo. Call 371-
pd.summer, 135/mo.lall l85/m.4bdr apt conditions great neighbors 335- 375-3861 6293. 4254Gatorwood
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/info 372- 6575372,15011.5.2 28R/1BA quad unit avail summer, possibly .
22843714243. 3-29-1-1 Check Our New Specials"All longer. Fireplace, a/c, dishwash SW Apt*. 2bdr/2ba/ unfurn.
2 bdr Apt in duck pond area house, fireplace Amenities Available area no pets. $3iO/mo sec. 3350213. $"50/mo. Sublet through June Available
ibd apt, kitch, pool, 2 blocks from UF. wood floors, celing fans, big yard, FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Nowl Call 336-0567 leave Message. 4-
Available May 3-Aug 30. $260 per month. avail May 1. $325/mo 37481"8.5.2 Roommate Available Loft Unil-tofally awesome! Ibdr
I Call 372-4929. 4-2-3-1 We're No.1REGENCY near/UF fantastic deal at only $200/mo (I FREE May & Oct RENTI!
NE Historic district Ig. 1bdr, wood floors, OAKS pay 320)) May15-Augl5 call me@ 335- Ibdr/lba, Pet OK, Pool, Laundry &
$145 util incl. 3blks to UF Private entrance central heat/ac fenced backyard, avail. 378-5768 4374. 4.6.10.2Villager Hook-up dish wash, cent ht/ac. porch,
... 3230 SW Archer Road $280/010. 332-0566. 4-3-5-4
single rm ell. upper class or grad April. $275/mo. 377-0361. .5.2
I call 372-186 alt. 5. ..-..5.1 COUNTRY GARDENS West 800 NW 18th Ave. 1bd apt I
Solve Parking Probleml Walk to, UF from 373-4500 in nice quiet neighborhood. College Park Sublet thru Aug. Colonial Manor Apt. 5.
Anglia(NW 6th/l5th Sir) Modern well kept Properties 411 NW 15th St. 371-7777. 4- min. walk to UF on SW. ibrMba furnished
FOR RENT .2001 SW 18lh StreetDump
: Apt ea w/own/ washer/dryer, cent ht/ac, pool. $245/mo. Call Lee 378-
Now renting for fall 1yr lease lit & last your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the Studio 1 ibd, and 2bd opts and house 3199. 3-30-3-4 I
2 UNFURNISHED dep. $460/mo 2bdr/1 ba. $810/mo price of one. Pool, tennis sauna wt.' avail now and lor fall. Walk to UFI I Beat the
3bdr/2ba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 336-8354 room. Stoneridge Apt*. 3800 SW 34 St. rush) College Park Properties 411 NW 1 BDR Apt furnished near UF, Sublet for
I LG 1 Bedroom, close to campua, May,
392-0554. 4-6-10-2 3751121. 4-30-45-2 15th St. 3717777.' 4-3-5-2 Summer A.B or C. Call 376-1593 after'
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INDOOR TANNINGOpen Education Nursing Recreation SPYGLASS APTS: Lease ends 6/30. Op-
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"20 minutes In one of our beds Is the same as 4-6 hours In the sun
WE NOW HAVE TAN-THRU" SWIM WEAR BY SOLAR! Oxford Manor, sublease May-Aug. optionfor
Experience the ability to achieve and keep an ALL OVER TAN with Solar's New Do You Like To Work Outside? fall. 2bdr/2ba, 1479/mo, great cond.,
new carpet & tile Call 373-5195 Iv. message.
TANNING SUITS [i'0-Au-T-THOO-SUilSl I The New Anneewakee a wilderness based psychiatric | 4-3-5-4

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The University of on Thursday April recruitingfor mer. Avail May 5,2bdr/2ba:
ALLOWS PENETRATION OF UVA RAYS Call
own wash/dry. $390/mo.
Completely opaque NON SEE THRU to the human eye when wom our Carrabelle Florida Hospital. We are seeking Denise at 371-1399 or leave message.
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SUBLEASE: HSE/APT ROOMMATESF ROOMMATESNS ROOMMATES ROOMMATESCasa

F N/S/ neat studious roommate
*
East! sublet, for
Apts Sublease' until summer own
Spyglass : summer
N/S roommate wanted for summer Own / F Rmmt needed for summer C. Own wanted to share 2bd apt for summer and bed/bath
31 (turn 3bdr/3ba $228.33/mo/ wash/dry $250/mo/ call
July fully today
bd (turn) In 3bd/2ba apt $175/mo/ & 1/3 bdrm/bath, washer/dryer, fireplace deck next school year no palls .e. Call 3773832. 4455
Only need 1 rmml. Please call 336-0248.
mil Regency Oaks 3756250 33035 Call Alisha at 335.7086. 4255 Jessica at 373.0786 .00 3.292.5Share

DON'T LIVE ALONE this summer! Sublet I want to live in The Laurels or
4 sum C.ID bdr In spacious 3bdr twnhse N/S F to share 2bdr/1 ba Apt at Homestead Roommate wanted to share 3bdr 2ba luxury lakefront condo w/quiet/ mature Wndmeadow for Fall. How about you?

(Oak Forest).turn or unfurn.$178/mo + own bdr. Avail May 5. $175/mo & house 8 mi. east of campus Washer N/S/ F prof Avail 5/12, Near Please Call Karen at 336.0077, 4455

1/3utll (neg!).rmmates are 21 & nil/ call 1/2 utility Call 335.3745. 4355 dryer and many extras $175/mo ft 1/2 UF/Shands n.x110 Hilton. $350/mo1/2/

335.2550 4 more Into 4.4.5.4 util 376-6827. 435.5 utll I mcl.own bdr/ba/ pool, wash/dry/ cable M/F for gorgeous 3bdr home in duck pond
for M N/S Rmmts to share Fair I mo $350 damagedep
Looking ( ) ft wkly maid serv ((1st + area Witty N/S/ preferred' Wood floors

Reap person seeks house to rent Max mont Oaks Summer .C w/ option to stay F N/S, post.taac, seeks serious F studentas ) 376.7728 Iv msg. 4675 bay window, ac/ht, fireplace. fence/yrd

$375.$425, prefer' within 20 mm drive ot beyond Howard 395 7256. 4685 roommie for May +, Want apt close to $200/mo + 1/3 utll avail May 1. 374.8148.
SR24 & 175. Local ref' .vall.I 375.6703 Iv Shands/VA. Call Sheryl 904.264.3320 1 rmml need to share 2 bd 2 ba turn apt 4-4.5-5
msg 4454 Roommate wanted for 3bdr/2ba house Help. 4.10.105F.mal. tv cable 300 mo util include lake shore
convenient NW location, nice neighborhood towers view over lake g II call 336.8268.
Oxford Manor, Frmmt to share 2bd/2ba
F n/s to sublet room In Brandywme for unfurn, $225/mo. & 1/2 util. $100 N/S/ Rmml to share 2bdr/iba Apt 4235F apt $240MTO/ +1/2util Avail may 5. Call

summer months, rent neg 335.3817. 46 sec Call Tawnya 375 8173. 4355 $175/mo & 1/2 util, walking stance to 377.9751 it no ans.leave mlg. 4455
UF Call 377-4244. 41715.5 rmmMBR !In 3BR apt. Summer C. $186

Oxford Manor tbd avail May 7 option for Roommate needed house near UF, master Spacious apt. Pool courts May rent free ROOMIES needed ASAP for

renewal In Aug. Excellent location Call bed/bath/ ac. fenced yard last mo. ATTENTION: Rmmt wanted for own roomin Call Julie Iv msg 378-6591 4455 blue shuttered house corner big of orange Archer &&

378.9793 Iv msg 4454 free, 1/3 utilities Call Norm 392-8953. 2br apt FULLY furn Lots of extras 13 St across from UF.fully furnished utilities .
eve 372-1800. 3.30.3-5Female Walk to UF 374.8563 leave message. 4. Share 4bdr house across from Odome for included.washer/dryer.225-Michelle,
SUMMER SUBLET New Spacious 455 summer walk to school own rm l50/mo 335.9768. 4675
WINDMEADOW Apts 2bdr/2ba. 336 needed to share spacious + 1/4 ut lities Call 4 Iv msg Maureen 372.

0077. 4.4.5.4Gatorwood area 2br/2bth and NW more house call washer Randy ,at dryer 377-2537 nice Roommate wanted own room, male or 7162. 4.4.5.5Roommate Oxford Manor.neat n/s F to sub summer
female rent $100 + 1/3 util call 3361541.
leave 3.30.5-5 own upstairs br/ba very clean! rent nego
message wanted to share two bed
Apts. 2bdr/2ba. turn at 4.4.5.5Easygoing a
cheap! 1/3 util&w/d fall op call 373.5398.4.4.5.S .
$490/mo, unfurn at $42S/mo/ May.July. room/two bath townhouse flat $210/mo ,
375.4813. 4.11.10.4 M N/S to share 2bdr/1ba, $195/mo & 1/2 n/s/ Im 'for summer A. Own plus hall util ties. Call Dominick 378
mil. 1 mile 'from UFo Call Todd 336-4010.
room in 2/b 1/btrt apt walk to campus! 1 1034 4.4.5.5GREAT
F for own bdrm/bath/ In a 2bdrm/2bath
Frazer Hse sublease 'for $175 1/2/ util Call 377.9758 Ive apt
Apts summer + message
Villas M/F N/S
Rockwood rmmts( ) neededfor Big enough for 2. Regency Oaks apis No
option for fall, 1 bdr/1 ba. price nego 1 Iblk 4-4.5.5 HOUSE near law school OWN
Ig bdr/ba In fully turn apt for summer $200/mo Call
dep req. 375-0975. 445
.
2 home W/D .
to UF 336 8236. 445.4 for room in story new dw fp
Call at 335-6230 info 4-
Perry more 5
Cheapl I 130/mo + 1/2 utl 'for your own avlb May 1-rent NEG + 1/3 bills 377.5789.
255
Summer sublet May to Aug.15. Lakewood room. Start In May & can continue Close 4.4.5.5
Villas 2bd loft 2bath. Please to UF, pool & ac. Call 335.0589 for inlor
+ room, NEED ROOMMIES m/f for 3bd/2ba inLakewood Roomate wanted to share 2bdr fully furnished .
call John at 335.5237. 4454 LAURELS roommate needed to shr 2
Lenny or .
summer/fall rent prefer'
opt. Wash/dry nego professional female
NEED F to share 2 bedroom apt for Fall. bdrm, have own room and bath. SummerC
hookup furn Avail May 1. Call 336 8185 or angle mother call or Iv
Lg 2bdr/2ba pool tennis/racquetball Iv 4.2.5.5 Fully furnished.close to campusless( than 1/2 rent 1/2/ utls m/f/ n/s call 336.7522 338-4156. 4455 msg

courts, sauna May.June only, $490/mo. message a mll.)1)! 210 a mo. Call Lynn 3357868. lye msg 4235

Call/lv message 335.5408. 4454


Oxford Manor.2bdr/2ba, avail. in May,
$484/mo for more into call 338 1476. Alachua CO.

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3353513. 4344
15 min. from Gainesville mall University and hospitals. 3318818 asm OAKS MAIL 331-8118 AOJAIINT TO MAIL
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Graduating summer, LORD of THE FUSS (sl)
close to UF, 360/mo/ Call Joyce 376.7412. Near springs & rivers, easy drive to Gulf. Beautiful JjJ 200 (S45 ) J50|, SOOkOCVt 10.1 S
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mi to campus $160 nego. Call Nel 378 GLORY (R) |530tHM). 74S9SSHENRY
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MAY.AUGUST, 1br.1ba.fur.quiet.own ((5 IS t> (2 SOI). S.&

parking.low util.pool.great mam.50%, off America TIMU SHOWN red MONDAY THRU THUMSAY
May $260p/mo/ after Call Pete 3788468,

378-7042. 4454 '._' Saturday !March 31, fpm 1JJj ,,,,,., "' ,

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now.Jly 31 own bd/bth $17Smo + 1/3ut!. ((1510 W. Univ. An..:> UF campus) 0$3.50 "
great d.alllor! more info, call Cass 338- Voluntary Civil disobedience after rally CINErux ODEON 1015 NW. 13111 Street
1133. 4454 THEATRES 312-5347


FUR 1BR APT SUBLET near campus, End U.S. violence) against people

$199 mo call 377.4239. 33024 i ._ of color hew end abroad S3.00 BARGAIN MAnNEE.ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6:00: PM

End all U.S. aid to El Salvador Kid N' Play Today: 7:15: 9.30

SUBLET: for summer term option for fall : .- > End U.S. Intervention In Nicaragua HOUSE PARTY R Fn. uJh a' 5.15 7.15 9.15
at STONERIDGE APTS 3bd/3ba./ Call -=--=..=.. No ( ) i ;: : 2:155.157:15915Mon. : : :
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nowl 336-0529. 4564
CISPLA Project 99 8CAAR Co. Again Booty SETA Veterans Pees NOW 7'15 9'15

Spacious Condo Summerset Village, Roy Scheider Today: 7:00: 9.1S I

across from Shands, 2bdr/1 1/2ba new Fn Mon-Thurs:
THE FOURTH WAR (R) 7,3
carpel 3761296 sublet 4454 starting May flex call Ted DO YOUH EACHESTCOLDi Sat; & Sun 2.30

Jamie lee CurtiS Today: 7.30 9 45

5 ROOMMATESFemale I COUGH RAISING PHLEGM ? I II BLUE STEEL (R) Fn-Thura: 5:30: 9.30

INVESTIGATIVE ORAL ANTIBIOTIC STUDY 1Yi;; TAIf AND GREENI' 'S'.rtl' Freda I
to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in I I TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (PC) Weekday": .00 7.00 100
SW Area, fully furnished, washer/dryer 5. 14 Days 18 yrs. and older N vp, M..t .'v.. 'M No .... Sit a Sun'. 3. S. 7. 9Da

$22S/mo & 1/2 util Call 335-6273. 3-30. I No Placebos I

Receive $25 EACH VISIT plus free exam.
F N/S rmmt needed to share 2bd/2ba turn
I Diagnostic Lab and FREE ANTIBIOTICS I
apt at Brandywme $137/mo & 1/4 util
Available May 1. Call 335-9848. 330.10F CALL 373-9510 OR 335-7521
I Leave your name address and phone number on I II
prof or grad student share house, Ig
maching with best hours to call back.
turn bdr/ba, 1250/mo Includes util Wendy I L answering J I
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N/S M/F for own room & bath In 2/2 SW
apt $245 & 1/2 util Avail Immediately' * * * *.* * * * *. A with AESU

Call 332.7432. leave message 3.29-5-S
: MISS USA WINS $200,000 ON CBS-TV : U

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Jacuzzi sauna, wt room huge pool. 1/2 : 1991 MISS FLORIDA USA : .
mi. to UF, $230/mo lor own room, 1/2 PAGEANT
cable & ulil 372.2857 Dennis 4.30.28.5 //PLUSt l GREAT DISCOUNTS on
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other FLY & RAIL PACKAGESFor
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wash/dry cent ac/ht. fireplace, wood 4 .
floors, tl85/mo + 1/4 util Avail sunjmer} Here's chance FREE EUROPE TRAVEL Call
4c your to represent Florida In the Catalog :
c, for N/S M/F 376 0549. Kate 3 30 S-5
41 1991 Mia USA Pageant on CBS-Tv. The Florida !, !! 1!

Own Master bdrm/bath. Oak Forest Apt, 49 Pageant to on, with the state final set for this MI,1111 1111

Close to UF. available May 1. Big enough 41 July 31-Aug. 4 In South Florida If you are single *

for twol) $195 mo Call Tiffany 338178311FM aged 18 thru 26 a* of' Feb. 1. 1991, you MAY Or write: f

41 qualify For FREE entry Information send *
name '
N/S Rmmt wanted Own Bdr/Ba
For address. age and phone to Mia Florida-USA; AESU, Inc. BRITISH
215/mo + 1/2 util For summer more
Info call Lisa at 378.5397 or 3359455. 41 444 BrickaJI Ave. Suite 51-213 MIami FL 33131 Suite 248 W. Quad AIRWAYS
t or call TOLL FREE 1-800-BEALJTYS. State +1wAw4l..ef,1p 3S. Village of' Cross Keys

,' SUBLET FOR SUMMER: Own bdr/ba 'fully 41 r r..aa_ winner will receive$20,000 In prizes and award '- -- Baltimore, MD 21210

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Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Quality Stereo System: T.chnlcalap. Moving-Must Sell Akal 100 watt receive 80 VW Rabbit Convertible 141k rum 12 SERVICESYOU

trends are all at our New Location I Car deck equalizer. Harman/Kardon amplifier $125. sofa and chair $150 sewing machine good, 5 apd FUN. 335.7172 Iv msg

Stereo Specialist 3215 NW 13 St 372 and tuner C.rwln.V.ga speaker; impressive $40. Call 376-8365 after 5pm 4.8. $3800 obo 4459 WRITE, WE TYPE

2070. 43075.6Rockford $600 Call Daryl 338.901. 3. TIE.DYE shirts, professionally.done' Business Legal' Personal ReportsTerm
11185 112 Ford Escort Great student caIn Papers Typeset Resume Etc.
Foegete, Yamaha, Pioneer, Formal Gowns Handmade out of town only $8 each Bryan or Rodney anytime good condo Excellent gas ml $2800( G'ville Handicapped Typing

Infinity, Kicker Code Alarm. the Beet Sizes: 5-11, assorted colors, $30 to $80. 335.6413. 4346 obo 375.2513 or 3788358. 4-2.3.9 378-7179.
Steno Installers In town. Cir Steno 335-5417 LvMsg. 4356
Car 4-30.75.12
Solid Oak dining table w/chairs $70, recliner .
to Go. 3751634. 430.75.8CAR 81 Honda Accord hatchback good condition
Hotpoint 2-dr frost free fridge, 2 Llv/rm good condo $30 OBO 336-0561 reliable $1900 371-1900 4.4.j.9! Typing reports business legal *

ALARMS Installed remote control chairs, chandelier kitchen sundries, resumes cassette transcribed applications
book 462-0071 after & Complete bedroom set: Incl dbl* 1978 Toyota Corona station Reliable .
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 6pm reasonable wagon. letter notary *etc Available
demo.Call 336.9193 student menage hire on wkend 3.30-3.6 bed.dresser w/ mirror.desk.nightstand. Original Owner $"00. 376.7535! 24 hours/7 day/372.2777. 4.30.75.12
$100/oeo. Call Robin 375 56
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4 30 72-6 message or
Spring lambs for Eatter Hair sheep, meat Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports.
Car Alarms, Aulopege, Chapmen Home goat, wool cheep Grain fed Slaughtercan Tuesday night Grateful.Dead for Atlanta 1980 Dattun 210; New repairs Just com Theses. whatever. Grad School P.T, List
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul, Sherwood be arranged Ron Prokop 462-5196 Show call Rachel at 373 3773. 4.2.3.6AMPPevey plated, purrs like the 80's, $750 0 b.o. WCS 81TNW 131h. 3739822 4307512 -

and more We Beat All Prlceel Alachua. 4356 Call Phil at 336-6966. 4239;
renoun guitar amp. 2chan.
3733754. 4.30-69-6
Furniture! Graduating, mull tell Contemporary n.I.2.12', lotza punchll super price- MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376.0339. Full
$ 78.119 or best ofr call Joe 3350825.leave 10 WANTEDLocal
MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376.1146 living room set $200. Bedroom set 4236 & self service computing. Typing starts &
Editor choice CompuAdd Northgate $150. Many other Item, appliance. meteg 1.50/pg Resume $6 A Sell service
* H P.-Price tame or lower than mail Ami at 336.4603 eve*. 3-30.3.6 Dressers Almost New Artist needs: GOLD Gem, Clan resumes $2.SO/hr 15/page Laser
EtC. trade Ozzie Fm
order Systems below include 1mb, 40mb Ring Top $ or typeset graphics spell check A theses
Call and make offer .
((28m), graphic monitor, ." Furn cheap)! Brn sect. couch $50 Dining Vickl336-1416 Jewelry 373-9243. 4 30 75-10 A papers A special characters A employment

MC 286/12/ $""5. Packard Bell $1295 room tbl w/ chair $40. TV land $20, 33026 databases A mailmerge A training r
MC 386i $14115, Northgate 386/20 bkcase $20. Call 332.5415 before' 10 pm. WANTED WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 4-30-
Grateful Dead ticket for Atlanta April 1-3,
$2399. PB 2B6 laptop w/ hd & battery 65.12
5 table for tale $60 obo. Call
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb t graphic 1 im ice chest $3.00,1 *m Am. Tour Igge piece dining call TOM 376.9327 leave message 3-30.
monitor $970 1 A 3 year warranties $5.00, 1 ltd mkup mirror $6.00, 1 ptble now at 336-0529. 4566 3-10 Typing/Word/ Processing Quality, dependable .

Onsite warranties Panasonic 1 180 printer elect heatr $8.00. pf* cp stwe $70.00. eervice Reasonable rates Laser
$185, HP Later Jet Up $10411.3743 W. Call 371.9807 alter 4pm. 3-30.3-6 7 REAL ESTATE WANTED Apple Macintosh compute) printer 377-6175 tit 9 OOpm. 4.30-29.12

University' Av*. 4-30-65-8 with printer to rent for several days II
Nikon FE2 w/ MD12 totally.mint, a real ROCKWOOO VILLAS 3bd/3bath twnhse interested call Bob at 372.7836 daytime Typing/Wordproceiling. WordPerfect

FUTON & FRAME SALE! beauty must tee, Immaculate. Must tell for sale Assume mortgage, fully turn,carpet hr*, 330310 5.1 quality work. fast results; low rates,
quick $600 080. 371.7457 anytime 3. blinds, central air, all appliances, dependable, personal service Tare 332-
$200. let
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full amenities More Info 1469 430.54.12TYPING"
Call Matt 377-5650. 4.30.26-6 MUST SELL) Waterbed Super Single call wisher/dryer Laura 3354044. 3-30.7.7 11 SERVICESNW

Complete with heater sheet, rail, and Near Butler Plaza. Fast Service
Reclining chair, glass table and 2 chair cushion! $60. Call 3731004. 4246 BY OWNER luxurious 3br/3ba ROCK- Mini) storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave $1.25 double space Call 373-8387.
In good condition. Must tell ASAP all WOOD VillAS. End unit, fully furnished near Oak Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 Iron 493012

Items nego Gary at 336-8375 12-6pm. For Sale Nikon-N2000 Camera Body a. upgraded Interior Assumable., mortgage $20. 10% disc to student 3328917. 4.

Macintosh SE double drive and 20meg Nikon 50mm 11.8 len, Vlvitar 550 FD For Info call 335.9124. 3.29.5.7 30.75.11 Great typing! English maj/ret/ court rptr .
flash Retail $600 will sell for $400 nego Excel
external harddisk. Very' new Call Kevin at 19 yr* exper legal/medical
335.4317. 4-248 Call! Gary at 336-6211 Lv msg 4456 2br 1 1/2 ba iwnhse in exc condo Shell BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS pellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill .

Rock Villas, orig owner Extras Inc !hrepl 377-9908. 3.30.13.12
ceiling fans, w/d If qualify assume 10%
FHA loan Wi low down. 41,900.332.8324. 1233 NW 10th Ave Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc. near

Iv me.... 330.5.7SAlESUAN 372-1664 campu Dependable, quality service.Reasonable .
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited MCVISAlnsuranceFree rates 24hr/day. Call Carol

LICENSE! APPRAISER LICENSE Pregnancy Test 3734464. 32911-12
by Trude Michel Jaffe Call for Details. Starts soon Florida Member

Center 371-2787. 3.30.5-7 National Abortion Federation GATOR TYPING Fast Accurate Low
ACROSS DOWN 30 A "Casablanca"actor 47 Michaelmas Ratee. Quality laser printing. Discounts

1 Greengrocer 1 Launcelot's daisy Assumable No Qualifying 8 1/2 % low SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE'? avail Days, eves. wknds 373.4564. 3.

purchase uncle 31 Look down 48 Bakery down only $310/mo P A I 1. Adorable Spacious Gel confidential testing and treatment 30-11-12

5 Desires .2 Skip one t nose at worker I8dr w/loft ceiling fan, skylight PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881. 4. t

10 Part of a 3 Pony Express 33 Bugs or Max 49 African vertical blind, Indry rm, storage t 2 30.75.11 Word Processing Professional quality
party line terminus 36 Lets on republic 'decks; Beautiful landscapingwlots of at student prices Fast reliable, service

14 The tentmaker 4 Makes 39 Objects 50 Stuffed shirt Dogwood a Azaleas 374-4923 or 376 AAA STORAGE Grad school, law school experience 378
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In the British 6 More than 42 Advice 53 Skirt feature Oakbrook Condo 2bd/2ba furn, ground 4x8x8 $25/mo 24.HR TYPING/WP5 LASER PRINTER

West plump columnist Ann 54 Toasts In floor; poolside Take over payment or. 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 ENGLISH GRAD -edn/prooi/speii no

Indies 7 For each 44 100 centavos the sun make oiler 3768743 4-10.107 cholesterol Ripp 376-3649. 4-25.21-12

16 Officiate 8 Little 45 Joined the team 56 "Pig poke" ** GATOR MOVING **
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17 Pilau have these ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: Pebble Creek area, 2739 39 Dr.,Call 813- Mov/Storege/Packing term paper. etc Professional quality andreliable
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10 Severe AIUICIT 110 N fiE R II Tlf N wash/dry, partially turn, make an offer, SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lea Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable
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25 Abalones 28 Turn sharply II A R A A Enjoy a challenge
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27 Work clothing 29 Captured by nnnnnnnnnn 3772357 45.158 '
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32 Silly ones CommodoreStockton anna N A Tv.nnnn Florida Alligator between 8.4 and fill out
33"Rabbit" 1646 Scooter Honda Elite 150 CC, low mile, .. Test
: nnnn: nnnnn: _nnnn Pregnancy an application Must be avail for training,
34 Midday 80 mile per gal. like new, w/ helmet Gainesville Women Immediately., Hrt Mon-Frl 6-10 pm.
35 Operated 32990l $680. 332.5268 alter 6pm. 3.29-2.8 HEALTH CENTER Must be avail summer a fall No phone r

38 Strode 720 NW 23rd Avenue call pleat EOE.
1982 Suzuki 550 full velter faring 8200 377-5055 .
37 Sign for a 1 2 3 4 i200/offer 377-
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38 Outer: Comb 4257 Mike or leave message BIRTH CONTROL Avon Full or Part.time. We Train.
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form 1985 Interceptor 500 Yoh exhaust Kin Gynecology Services

40 Raise filtercharg + extra 18k mile $1250 negperfectalmost 4-30-71-11 NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER

41 Mild cigar' ( ) John 377.7065.238 CAMPS.MASS. Counselor Positions for

43 Corks CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro program specialists: Teem Sports...Tennis
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45 Pluto, forexample 87 Jawa moped$300 DJ .service at 375-8483. 3-30-28.11 ; Performing Arts; Waterfront Inquire:
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46 Cosset 372.3559. 4348AUTOS ONE STOP DENTISTRY Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 18Horteneck
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48 Accompanying Puts upon 9 Adult cleaning $28 child $t8 Please call 1-800.776.0520. 4.18.48..3 .

52 Most 17 ((4)Wied) lee $325. ((3)Wisd) tee. $250
downcast 'Need volunteer for a 2 week study of anew
1979 280ZX sell or trade Exceptionallyclean ((2)Witd) tee. $200
55 Site of a U.S. trade for travel trailer psoriasis medication 331-5379 4-
low mileage, Nitrous Oxide Accept MC..V, AE
57 mint 1870-93 that la self contained Call 371-1470. 3- Valid only with coupon, up to(4)( ) people Counselor needed for Florida Childrens

58 Cinder NObelist ending 1982 VW Rabbit Defeat, great cond..ecc- HT. Gonaouhn, DDS 372.9521 Summer Sleep.away Camp. Also. WSI a

Wesel nomlcal. $1800 obo. 373-5045. 3.30.3-9 3311511Guitar guitar players etc Call Jerry 335-0573.

59 Gift receiver a. 54 1986 Toyota Corolla GTS, hatchback, A Da.l..on. tailored for your CAMP WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS. 9;

60 Restrain black twin cam 16 valve, excellent condition goal, Top professional' w/25yr. exp Be- CANTON. MAINE One of America finest -
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61 Oilfield 57 *. $5950 obo. Must sell; Call 335 glnner-Adv Suzuki.based children' camp seek staff June through Aug
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62 Turf competitive swimming sailing windsurfing -

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EARN $35 Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for shoes sportswear, strings & accessoriesat GAINESVILLE MALL t 11 am. If found please call Lori 335

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donations on our new automated machines unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307. Plaza. 46815, Club Benefit' Moonlight Delight Fri. 8pm.
Special bonus programs each 4-30-75,15 to midnight Unlimited ridel $7. 3.30.3. FOUND keys in a case in the journalism
month. Free refreshments' tree parking MARIA NOh Calcutta" Red & black courtyard on Thurs. before break. Call to

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energetic, responsible person lor SAVE ON RAYBANS Join ACTS Thursday, 8:59pm: Reltz B70 266.3788. 4.30.75.,IB. If you find something, you can place a
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Store 1814 W Unlv. Ave 42513' 300 SW 4th Ave 378.4480 "The Night Before The End' by Dr. Nor. who lost what you found Call 373-
4-30-68-'IS man Wagner 491'-3475 24 hr. info 329 19 PETSGood FIND.
Art, Graphics. Art Ed. etc 10-'15 hrs per 2.15

week, begin C term 5.block.lrom UF. art SKYDIVE home needed lor 2 male kittens .
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WAITRESS/WAITER COUNSELORS (male & female) for North books I found a new place for the Fall graduating moving 2025 or Iv msg (no question asked)). 4.2.

Hiring for summer/tall posit ons. Experience Carolina finest 8 week children summer Frederick Gardens at t 1130 SW 6th AveIf Pups AKC weeks, black females 520
necessary No phone calls please camp. Cool mountain climate. good you're still looking, call 372.7555 for $125' ea. ,1st shots 495.3562 alter 5pm
SNUFFY'S 1017 W Univ Ave 4-3.53' pay and great fun! Exp. not necessary informal and weekends 3.30.3.19 Found set of keys In Bryan Hall before

For brochure/application; Camp Pinewood Luv Ya spring break 378-4516' 42320
One position open for Resident Manager 2020S 1 NE 3rd Court Miami, FL Sally.445I. 20 LOST & FOUNDFound
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begin May Supervise stall of 3 In Village microscope lens 3/27 near Shands FOUND: W. McDowell wallet Call 375
of 350 apts Administrative & com ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145/mo./ HEY DANI! Is March 31 a significant dayor 395.8298. 4.2.3.20 '1387 4.2-3.20
munity dev responsibilities Pert time Spring Summer & Fall housing avail at what? J.9 & all ol us wish you HAPPY
position for full time UF Student CLO. Includes 'O.mealS/wk. util pd, 1 1-blk BIRTHDAYI! 3.29.,5 1
$6500/12/ -mos plus apt st $50/mo/ (utilities to UF 377.4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th
not Included). Deadline April 12. St Student runM' 42515'
Applications at Dlv of Hous, corner of 16 CONNECTIONSGAY

Museum & SW 13th St. 4111113' FISHERMEN. Learn to tie flies 'for fresh &

salt water species Course begins April SWITCHBOARD
Dynamic sell'starters wanted for man- '18 Info call 378.83156109pm' 42515
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500 affiliate' Opportunity lor SAILING, 40' Morgan w/captam/ Si Augustine .
exceptional part of full time income Call lOO/day, 6 people max EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
Now I 800.926-3369. 3.30.3. '13 $16' .66/personwith 6. 1.473-0060. 425 treatment 28 years exp. Dr. J. Beckum.
15 optometrist .917 W Univ Ave 376 1288.

Research Subjects age 40-53 needed for 3.30.17.16EARN

a study of face perception & memory. Anybody can s.lIlow once, but at EZ Tennis ,
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SLOANfrom bation of the football program in 1984. Arnsparger did not return several calls to prised if it ends before the fall."
page 16 UF Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger said his office by The Alligator. NCAA Director of Enforcement David
he was happy, at least, to see Sloan was Sloan said sanctions because of
ateur Athletic Union (AAU) in the are likely Berst said the case is not on the agenda of
game
with the
cooperating investigation.Arnspar. the expense and amount of time the univer- the NCAA Committee on Infractions meet
in Summer
Panhandle 1984.- ger and former UF president Robert Bryan sity has incurred in its own investigation."She ing, scheduled for April 20-22 in Kansas
He also admitted allowing several
playersto were responsible for Sloan's forced resignation
(Doyle) can't spend two Mo.
on us City,
years
use his car to drive to a remedial math on Oct.31,and since then both Arnsparger and "
come Sloan said. "Mike
up empty
course at Santa Fe Community College in and Sloan have been adversarial toward Glazier can't take hundreds of thousands of Sloan said he thinks the investigation is
Gainesville that summer. the other. being blown out of
dollars and not come up with something to proportion.
Sloan rebutted the rental-car charge by "We're aware of the accountof justify taking that money."
newspaper
"I don't think there's violation
a major to
the AAU reimbursed him thus free-
saying of violation. ,. Norm Sloan's meeting with the NCAA The university continues its investigation,. this thing. I used to think that a major
ing him but we don't have any additional facts," and it will for a while,said UF spokeswoman violation was one that gave you a recruiting
He also said he did not realize allowingthe Arnsparger said in a prepared statement."It Linda Gray. advantage, or a competitive advantage.
players to use his car was against the is our policy to fully cooperate with the "Our internal investigation is still goingon None of these things fall into that category,
rules. A similar charge, however, was Included NCAA, and it appears that is what he has ," Gray said. "Our counsel (attorney Pamela and none of these things were intentional
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Richardson Sloan admits NCAA violations




right man for I SayS" .nrohe concerns 2 .Diane tickets improper. use of vehicles

June. having problems with his personal life. I
JASON DAVIS
By Staff Writer "This thing is a foregone conclusion," thought being with (former Celtics coach)

basketball job Alligator Sloan said. "They're going to name these KC.Jones and Red Auerbach, being in that

Former UF basketball coach Norm Sloan things major violations.They're going put environment, would help him."

UF Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger hasa has admitted violating several NCAA rules (the basketball team) on probation for a Maxwell, now with the NBA's Houston

big decision to make. during his tenure with the team and expectsthe year, maybe two years, but one year with Rockets, declined comment through a team
Gators to receive up to two years pro- sanctions, because it's in the best interestsof spokesman.The .
It's probably the second most important
decision in his career at UF, behind select bation. all parties for that to happen." second round-trip ticket went to're-

ing Steve Spurrier as head football coachin Sloan met with an NCAA investigator and Sloan told NCAA investigator Carrie cruit Reed Crafton to bring him to Gaines-

1 late December. That choice was easy. an attorney for the university on Monday in Doyle and UF counsel Michael Glazier he ville from Indiana, which is not an NCAA

This choice won't be easy, but it betterbe Tallahassee, and admitted paying for two purchased a round-trip ticket in 1987 for rules violation. But Crafton did not use the

the right one or Arnsparger may not airplane tickets for former players Vernon Maxwell to attend a Boston Celtics basket- return portion of the ticket and his mother

survive the criticism he will undoubtedly Maxwell and Reed Crafton, among other ball clinic. He said he did not know it wasa used it on an unrelated personal trip.

receive for getting the wrong guy. things.In violation because he did not try to concealit Sloan also said he arranged for a rentalcar

an interview in Wednesday's editionsof on his expense account. for Maxwell,Kenny McClary and Ronnie

-o Ron Kaspriske; The Orlando Sentinel, Sloan predicted "((The NCAA) said it could come under Montgomery so they could drive to an Am-

LAST sanctions against the program, which has the heading of a competitive edge," Sloan see Sloan 15
CALL been under NCAA investigation since last said. "I sent him there because he was page



Arnsparger not only has to find a good Leath : I

basketball coach, and a widely known bas-

ketball coach, but also a basketball coach

who has integrity, is a solid recruiter and beassistant
is someone who cares about the program want to

more than himself.

Texas coach Tom Penders, whose team
was eliminated in the NCAA regional finals

by rival Arkansas, leads a list of coaches Ar
Arnsparger has contacted. Other candi-

dates mentioned are North Carolina- By MIKE DAME

Charlotte's Jeff Mullins, New Orleans' Tim Alligator Staff WriterA

Paul Westhead. t permanent head basketball
coach may not be in place yet at
Arnsparger won't comment on specific
UF but former Gators Randall
player -
coaches, but one that hasn't been men- '
Leath already has set his sightson
tioned prominently as being pursued by UF
should joining,the new coach's staff.
definitely be the athletic director'sfirst
choice if he's available. Uath, who just completed his
/ third season as head coach at P.K.
Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson, with- ; k aYN )
out question, is the right choice. Reason? Yonge High School, said Wednesday
That's simple.Richardson. .:. he has applied for an assistant
coach's at UF he strivesto
position as
not only has coached underdog ..
one day become 'a Division I
Arkansas to the Final Four of this ',.
college coach."I .
season's NCAA basketball tournament, but ...
.
think this is in
he's a stage my
a proven, successful, charismatic
career where I'd like to advance to
coach
-more so than any basketball coach
UF's ever had. ;. the next level," said Leath,27, who

And, he's black. played at UF from 198185. "I
wanted to the school
start at high
Skin color should never be the sole reason
level to if this is I
see what really
to hire someone. But in Richardson'scase
'like and it turned out to be
,
a career
it would be beneficial to the UF athletic KEVIN WI JNI. WSKI -'UGAFOR
Leap I intO action that I really love and I want to stayin

If you program.consider, UF has had only two Nearly 4,000 athletes converged upon Gainesville Wednesday as the 47th it."

black head coaches in its history (both in annual Florida Relays began at UF's Percy Beard Track. The event started with Under Leath's guidance, P.K.

women's track), and the fact that 34 of the college heptathlon and distance\ events. High school athletes begin competitiontoday Yonge force in has Class become 2A boys'a basketball consistent,

54 athletes on the basketball team over the and members of the UF track teams will compete Friday and Saturday Leath
compiling a 5532record.But
last four
years are black, it seems silly not
said he is ready for a new challengeand
to hire a coach as highly qualified as Rich-
ardson.A is eager to join the Gators.
UF Bethune- "I've learned lot here at P.K.
coach's ability to recruit is among the rips Coolmian a ,
but my ultimate dream is to be a
most important aspects of his job, and it
doesn't take whole lot of brain cells head coach in Division I," Leath
a to front of an announced '
crowd of 519
GREGG DOYEL at
By Perry said.
To reach that I have to
figure a black coach would probably havea Field. ,goal,
Alligator Staff Writer take it one step at a time,and I think
better chance to recruit black
players Four VIpitchers, led by freshman righC-
than a white one. After suffering through Tuesday night's com- hander Doug Brennan, declawed the Wildcats'batters this is another necessary step .

'.' Examples? Richardson at Arkansas is edy of errors seven, to be precise and striking out 20. Brennan breezed "Me being a native Floridian and

107-50 over the last five years. Georgetowncoach watching Central Florida win 5-1, UF baseball through five innings for the win, at one time being from Gainesville and being
John Thompson has coached his coach Joe Arnold decided a change was in order. whiffing seven consecutive batters. ) recognized within the coaching

Hoyas to one national championship and Call it a youth movement.' Brennan ((2-0)), who finished with 13 strike- community think that would throughout be the state for, I
a plus (
several conference titles. And call it a blowout. outs, has pitched 18
innings this. season, all being hired at UF .And those
)
guysat
Arnold made wholesale
in
Then there is Minnesota's Clem Has- changes UF's scoreless.

,:a;t. kins, who has taken the Golden Gophersto lineup, starting eight freshmen Wednesday UF blasted the hapless Wildcats in the second, and( UF I want) are to'be all, good ballplayers of it." ,

the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournamenttwo night against Bethune-Cookman, which had lit- capitalizing on two errors for four a part
runs, all 1 Leath his
started at forward se-
years in a row. Boston University'sMike tle more than nerve on its side. The new-look unearned, before the rain delay.
Jarvis, who has interviewed for the Gators feasted on the Wildcats, 15-0. But Bethune-Cookman nior season at UF and planned to
((3-23)) hadn't finished with an Italian in the
head coaching job at Miami,also is another Even' 47-minute rain delay in the second giving up runs just yet: Three play team
example of a solid coach. inning couldn't cool off the Gators, whose 15-run errors in the sixth more Wildcats European League during the 1985-
opened the
It's not coincidence that all these outburst was* their biggest since their second Gators scored. Center fielder floodgates Rick as eight,t 86 season. But after undergoing a
Britton who hand the
coaches are black. And it's time UF seri- game of the -season, an 18-2 victoryagainst went 3-for-5.with four RBI hit operation after'college,
a three-run homerun 6-foot-9 Leath said his European
ously considered that Richardson exactly Western Carolina. his
second of
the'year as UF opened his
plans worked and
never' out
what its looking for. :With the win,'the Gators improved to 1 15-13 in, a.15-0: l ad. pJaying career ended' .


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