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UFam Krager basketball coachBy I

MIKE DAME for two years. young coach had gained a reputation as one of
Alligator Staff Writer "As we solicited and reviewed names for our the college game's most promising talents.
position, Lon was always mentioned as someone Kruger's four years with the Wildcats produceda
Only the sharpest of college basketball aficio- who we would be very fortunate to attract," combined 81-46 record and an NCAA Tourna-
nados will recognize the name. Arnsparger said in a news release. "His name ment berth each year.

a 8. "4 h, a Lon Kruger, 37,who led Kansas State University has appeared among the list of the nation's top Kruger's 1987-88 squad ranks as one of the
b to the NCAA Tournament each of the past coaches for the last several years. Wildcats'all-time best,as it compiled a 25-9 mark

four years,was named UF's 16th head basketball "It would be safe to say that Lon's name is near and came within one game of reaching the Final
coach Sunday night by Athletic Director Bill the top of the collegiate list when it comes to Four. The Wildcats posted a 17-15 mark this
Arnsparger. listing individuals who combine basketball season.

Kruger's contract reportedly is worth $1.5 coaching ability"with leadership and citizenship But according to recent reports in the Topeka
million over a five-year period. If the Gators characteristics. (Kan.) Capitol, Kruger had been frustrated in
I a receive NCAA probation, the contract, like that In hiring the new coach, Arnsparger lured
Kruger football coach Steve Sourrier..will be extended Krucer away from his alma mater where the see Kruger. page 11

El Salvador I Jury conic Brazil of murder I I

protest ends Defense attorneys to

with arrestsof appeal life sentenceBy ,

Alligator Staff Writer

2 protestersBy After hearing three days of testimonyin
a trial that at times resembled the plot
BRIAN STENBERQ of a soap opera, a six-member jury took
less than an hour Friday to find Derek
Alligator Writer d.R aK
Vernon Brazil guilty in the beating deathof
Two protesters who spent Saturday night in a UF maintenance worker.
the Alachua County Jail said they weren't The three-man, three-woman jury de-
surprised when UF police officers arrested liberated 50 minutes before convicting
them for blocking the entrance to Van Fleet Brazil, 26, of first-degree murder and
Hall, headquarters of UFs ROTC program. robbery with a deadly weapon in the Oct. {
"Almost everybody goes to jail," said UF 8,1988,beating death of Edward Fulmer, f
student Scott Weinstein, a protest organizerwho 41.Brazil
was arrested following a march against who sat quietly between his
racism and U.S. support of the government in .lawyers for most of his three-day trial,
El Salvador. The march began outside the bowed his head slightly when the verdictwas .
Institute of Black Culture on West University read.His parents showed no reaction
Avenue. when their son was found guilty.
Weinstein said the arrests reflect a trend at Across the courtroom, Nina Fulmer Y
UF to jail anti-racism protesters. Since 1985, the victim's wife who testified that she
44 protesters have been arrested for engagingin was in love with Brazil and had a seven-
civil disobedience. month affair with him-broke into loud

UF police officers arrested Weinstein, 32, sobs and was consoled by family and (
and Paul D. Fertig, 25, after three protesters menas. KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
imitating members of a Central American I Despite a plea for mercy from Brazil's Derek Brazilr/gfcf/ was found guilty of murder and sentenced to life in prison I ) I
death squad executed the pair with toy ma- mother, Circuit Judge Robert Cates imlast Friday. \
mediately sentenced Brazil to life in r
chine guns. the Shady Oaks Trailer Park mobile closing arguments to the jury, strongly
After falling to the ground in front of the prison, with no chance for parole for 25
home where Edward Fulmer was beaten. hinted that Nina Fulmer may have killed
building's entrance,Weinstein and Fertig said years. Cates also gave Brazil a 27-year Cates and lawyers for both sides expressed her husband, prompting her to leave the
sentence, to be served at the same timeas
they wouldn't move until today. surprise at the speediness of the courtroom in tears. However, prosecu- I
the life sentence for the robbery
Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen jury's verdict. tors said the jury believed Brazil was the
warned the two men that they had five minutesto charge. _was___ surprised: one who hit Edward Fulmer with a 2
leave or they would be arrested.As Prosecutors they were able 1/2-foot long metal pipe."I !
contended that "I
police officers escorted Weinstein and was surprised back that
to of about 75 Brazil pretended to Cates said think the jury looked at the evi-
waiting ,
Fertig a car some they were able to ,
love Nina Fulmerto "
protesters chanted, "ROTC today, guilty tomorrow the verdict. "It dence, Assistant State Attorney James ,
." get money from back that quickly. Judge"I a very complex Nilon said. "I think that they considered
her. When her whether she was a viable suspect or not,
A group of about seven protesters met at .
money wasn't a very complex and obviously they determined beyond a
the jail Saturday evening to hold a vigil until said testi I
enough for him,
reasonable doubt that she was not"After
Weinstein and Fertig were released. But after Brazil repeatedly -Robert by Nina Ful
two hours of sitting,Pete Self,who also helped struck Edward Ful- Circuit whose
organize the event, said the protesters were mer in the head testimony Brazil was sentenced, defense
bored and went home. with a pipe to steal to oolice originally lawyer George Hendrick asked Cates to
Self,who spoke at the protest as a representative his wallet. made her a suspect f in the murder overturn the jury's verdict on the basis of
of the National Association for the Advancement made her "not an easy witness to more than 20 points of law, but Cates
of Colored People and the Student The verdict came after testimony by follow." denied the motion. Scheck said the case
Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism, said expert witnesses who examined blood will be appealed to the 2nd District Courtof
samples and fibers that linked Brazil to Defense lawyer Steve Scheck, in his Appeals in Tallahassee.II .
see Arrest, page 11

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G Nerds and geeks gain clout Officials said more than 200 students obtained ac- & Frames cl!A 4 :

The Society of Nerds and Geeks, which was cess to a computer password that allowed them to ; from :
founded at Harvard University in October to en- drop and add classes that already were full, or drop Moat pain in One Hour! :
classes after the deadline. -OK..UO"" torn-5:
courage the school's library to remain open 24 hours, EYEGWS
is spreading across the Northeast, according to the Jerry Askew dean of students, said "ringleaders"in EXPRESS 1AY':.= low Pl.II :
National the scheme were suspended indefinitely. OKMMOniCtiMUU: I u'n;: II 536.1232 I s
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Dartmouth University now has a chapter designedto Q Student president arrested for DUI l ...............................
"make people more receptive to the shy person"and Only three days after signing the new Clemson I
push for "a 24-hour cafe where students can eat University alcohol policy Student Body President GLASSES ;:

and study late at night. away from the constant William A. Blackwood was charged by university re :
Buy one pair at Reg. Price
partying." police with driving under the influence alcohol, The :
I the second pair or a pair
Cornell University, and Amherst and Claremont Tiger reported.
: of contact lenses for FREE. :
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duct suspended 19 students and put 111 on probationlast will never" be repeated, but one for which a price must I_....fRfNon....now Tool ......332.3117......I .135-12321......;
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Americas today at 1030.: Call Ann Valerie, 3352868.Art the Jaycees, 3769836. s EXPRESS=- .:::M.rw-nwrM.oeryie"M"wn ::-11 :

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I Browne working to fulfill campaign promisesBy j

DEBBIE CENZIPER tive" to the plan. Lombardi! Browne said the surveyors to print the polling results for both Student
could not be reached for com- didn't decide which areas Government and college deans.
Alligator Writer ment. needed the most lighting. "We're gonna take the tough issues and

Student Body President Michael Browne "Safety is my main concern," Browne said he wants to put find out how students feel about them,"
has been in office for 25 days now, and he Browne said."We can't correct an amendment on UF's Capital Browne said. "SG is supposed to act on how
has already put some campaign proposalsin all the lighting on campus at Improvement Trust Fund bud- students feel.
motion. once. We don't have the funds get request as quickly as pos- Browne's new course guide executive di-
Browne met with UF President John for it. But we want to have a : ... sible so the new lights can be rector will also begin working on an Im-
Lombardi two weeks ago to discuss In- main path students can walk on e'I" installed, possibly by fall. proved course guide, which will inform
creased campus lighting, a plan Browne that branches out" ; Another of Browne's projects students about grade distribution, pop quiz-
calls "Veins of Safety. According to the Browne,who said he already polling students on zes and test averages in specific classes.
plan,lights will be placed at populated pointson contacted groups including the Browne campus will begin in the Browne plans to have a completed course
campus, such as the Reitz Union parkinglots Florida Student Association, next few weeks, he said. guide by fall dropadd."It .
the commuter lot and several libraries, Campus Organized Against Rape and Browne said he wants to poll students to will be designed to let students know
creating trails of increased lighting and Panhellenic Council, said the next step is to find out how they feel about such issues as what they're getting themselves into when
safer walking. do a prioritized lighting survey of campus. racism, academic advisement, the environ-
Browne said Lombardi! was "Very recep Although there was a survey done last year, ment and teacher evaluations. He then plans see Browne page 12

Committee OKs

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switching tunaBy

Alligator Writer

UFs Food Service Advisory Committee decided Friday to
support switching to a more expensive, "dolphin safe" brandof
tuna after protesters said buying the current campus tuna
i supports dolphin killings.
The switch would raise the price of tuna sandwiches on
campus by 32 cents and tuna salads by 34 cents.
Gator Dining Service Director Wes Miller said even with
the tuna sandwich price increase to $2.65, other sandwiches,
411 such as roast beef, ham and turkey, still cost more.
The tuna sandwiches would actually be 2 cents less than
the other sandwiches we sell," Miller said.
The Committee will send a letter supporting the change to
Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen this week. Miller
said if the change is approved, Gator Dining Service would be
serving Tongol tuna within three weeks.
Miller will meet with tuna task force co-director Eric
4Y + ar 1 Botsford today to coordinate displays to explain the price
increase to the public.
Some members of the committee worried that supportingthe
ban would invite other activist groups to demand more ,
boycotts in the future. I
Committee member Louis Gentry said students who nega-

see Tuna, page 12

Minimum wage hike


to benefit studentsBy
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Slippery when wet PATRICIA LEE

Alan Ebeling, a senior in aerospace engineering, gets a face full of suds on his way down the Alligator Writer
slip-n-sllde at Broward Beach Saturday. The event was part of Residence Hall Week, which Many students who have jobs on campus found their time
continues throughout the week. was worth 45 cents more each hour when they returned to
work Sunday, when the first phase of a federal law raising the
minimum wage took effect
The lowest official hourly wage allowed in the United States
Electric fan blamed in apartment fireBy was raised from$3.35 to $3.80 an hour.The new rate, the first
increase since 1981, will be boosted to $4.25 an hour in April
and the hallway where it started,along Williams said.Instead 1991.
MIKE with the contents," May said. Other of trying to fight the fire For many students employed through the College Work-
Alligator Staff WriterA rooms in the three-bedroom apart- themselves, the roommates should Study Program, the increase means financial aid money will
UF student's portable electric fan ment suffered heat, smoke and water have called the fire department, May be awarded more quickly.
caught fire early Friday morning, damage. Several feet of attic space said. He said smaller extinguishers, "It's great news for the students. It makes it easier for themto
causing about $20,000 of damage to caught fire,and four other apartments such as the one used, usually don't earn their award," said Sid Holloway, assistant director of
five Oak Forest apartments, Gainesville received minor smoke damage, he put out prolonged blazes. student financial affairs.
Fire Department officials said. said.At However, May didn't know when The CWSP, a need-based form of financial aid, provides
I The 12-inch fan probably caught 1:51: a.m., Gainesville firefighters the fire started or how long the three students on-campus jobs- many of which pay the minimum
fire after it fell from a table in finance arrived at the complex after Brownlee, tried to put it out Schulz said he called wage. Students work toward totals determined from informasee -
I student Amy Brownlee's bedroom, 22, and her two roommates, UF stu- 911 about two minutes after wakingup
Gainesville Deputy Fire Chief Will dents Scott Mastej, 21, and Phil and noticing the fire. Dispatchers Hike, page 12
' May said. An unknown object apparently Schulz, 22, couldn't put out the fire received the call at 1:46: am, a press
, kept the fan's blades from turnIng with the extinguisher in their apart- release stated. correction
causing a spark and fire that ment, May said. Attacking the fire The 12 Oak Forest residents who
II gutted the second-floor apartment at through unburned attic space, firefighters were forced out of their apartments Spotted and spinner dolphins are killed during yellowfintuna
I 3301 SW 13th St. put out the blaze in about 10 received shelter from the local Red fishing. The Alligator reported otherwise on this page
i ."It completely destroyed the room ,> .minutes, assistant JlreChief Richard Cross, May said. Friday.I .





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Sudan (UPI!) Leaders of Sudan's ambassador to Sudan, James Richard Cheek, as rewarding future that puts
Islamic military have reviewed a U.S. proposal to end saying. you in touch with your skills.
the country's seven-year civil war and pronounced it Sudan's Islamic military government seized power Today's Air Force offers ongoing
"acceptable," a published report said Sunday. last June and has continued to fight the ongoing opportunities for professional
The peace initiative introduced by the U.S.assistant seven-year civil war against the nation's southern, development with great pay and
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ruling Revolution Command Council who already has other non-Moslems in southern Sudan reject as viola Air Force health professional. Call
led two unsuccessful rounds of peace talks with tions of their basic human rights.
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WASHINGTON (UPI)-U.S.troop levels in Europe The administration is seeking funding from Con
could be cut to as low as 75,000 by the end of the gress to modernize the Lance short-range missile
decade Sen. William Cohen, R-Maine, and former despite opposition from West Germany, where the
Defense Secretary Harold Brown said in remarks for missiles are based. Student Volunteers Needed for
release Monday. The administration has also set a limit,or floor, for
The two men made their comments while briefing the reduction of U.S. troops in central Europe from Fall Career Expo September 14, 1990
reporters on a new study, "Changing Roles and Shift- the current 305,000 to 195,000. Hardworking and dedicated students interested in gaining
ing Burdens in the Atlantic Alliance," written by a The study said, "President Bush's proposal to and getting acquainted with potential
bipartisan group of politicians, academicians and reduce U.S. and Soviet forces in central Europe to experience
former military leaders. 195,000 each,with the United States retaining the rightto employers can volunteer to help coordinate the Fall
The study,sponsored by The John Hopkins Foreign station 225,000 troops throughout Europe, should Career Expo set for Sept. 14 in the O'Connell Center.
Policy Institute, calls for gradual but far-reaching serve as the immediate goal of U.S. policy. Applications are currently being accepted for the
reductions in conventional and nuclear forces in "Such a treaty should be signed during 1990 and following committees:
Western Europe in light of changes in Eastern Europeand implemented by the end of 1992," it added. "In the
the Soviet Union. meantime, the United States should refrain from Arts & Graphics
The study said the United States should abandon unilateral reductions." College Relations
plans to upgrade the Lance short-range missile in The study did not address future U.S. troop cuts in Computer Services
Europe and initiate negotiations with the Soviets on Europe following the Conventional Forces in Europe
short-range nuclear weapons as soon as a conventionalarms treaty that is expected to limit each side to 195,000. CorrespondenceEmployer
pact is reached."I But it was agreed that more would be withdrawn. Packets & Name Tags
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strong opposition (from West Germany). .1 I think decade, depending on what the other arrangementsare
it's unlikely that we will have it," said Cohen, the how many German troops there are, how many & Minority Forum
ranking Republican on the Senate Select Committeeon Soviet troops remain in Eastern Europe,"said Brown, Parking and Transportation S T f.e. ti E I'i.C
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YORK (UPI) -Police slammed shut 23 more counts of arson, one count of attempted murder and
illegal social clubs early Sunday, hoping to prevent a one count of assault.
repeat of the blaze that asphyxiated 87 young partierslast Relief workers, meanwhile, said the real tragedy of
week at a Bronx social club. the fire has only now become apparent.
The crackdown came as the bodies of 48 victims of Many of the Honduran immigrants were sending WOODY'SBar
the fire arrived in Honduras,the impoverished Central money back home, and those families will now haveto
American country many had left in search of a better make up for the loss of their primary breadwinners, m.
life in the United States.Other bodies have been flownto said Ken Curtin, director of Disaster Services for the (
Puerto Rico, Ecuador and the Dominican Republic.A Red Cross of Greater New York. .
special police task force has issued vacate ordersto "We're trying to deal with the special needs of
a total of 346 illicit clubs since a sweep by the city people not only in the Bronx,but also those supporting ,
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before sunrise at 5 a.m. The UF crew team Is considered a club and
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least two Florida companies are taking the matter of

drug testing straight to the top of your head.

Barnett Banks Inc. and Blockbuster EntertainmentCorp.

will] test potential employees for drugs by snippingoff

about 50 1-inch samples of their hair, liquefying them

and testing the liquid for drugs the same way they would


The process involves analyzing the core of a hair --
strand where traces of a drug may be embedded. Expertslike -

this test better than urine tests because they say it is

less intrusive and provides a longer drug history than LTNUANIAJeep

urine tests, often revealing drugs taken several years be-

tests, new and improved or not, are still intrusiveand

violate privacy. It is no one's business if a worker w

chooses to take drugs, just so long as that use does not in-

terfere with job performance. If drug use interferes with

job performance, then fire the employee based on job per- i

formance, not on drug usage.

We aren't talking about jobs that people trust their --= -.:.::.. --

lives to, such as pilots. We are talking about the guy you

rent your video from or the woman who cashes your

check repairs are far from cheap

Doing drugs on the job is one thing. A boss has every -

right and responsibility to ensure productivity and fire I love my Jeep. That is, I loved it when I bought it
-> Sandy Wallack
those employees that are not producing because they are seven months ago.I .
from be- I worked three jobs over the summer to save for S
impaired. prohibiting people employment
hard worked wanted PEAKING OUTNo
it. My Dad saw how I and me
took months before is ridiculous.
cause they drugs to have a Jeep so badly. He wanted me to have a carI
amount of money is worth the aggravation and
wanted, a fun car. trouble of a Jeep. Jeeps are popular right now.
Now is the time for time for have very
to I
Out of control me a Jeep,
They are everywhere. But they won't be in a few
told him being in college in Florida
years. Not unless they are made better.
I spent all my money on the Jeep leaving me with does it 15 miles to the gallon? Why
Why only get
Police in a suburb of Dallas decided March 15 not to none for school. So I had to work at school. But it
does it break down' constantly? Why are they so
file who shot and killed anotherman worth it for Jeep.It .
charges against a man was my expensive to fix? Why can't they put in a stereo that
he murder else. was worth it that is until it started making sounds.
saw someone can't be easily ripped out? Why should it need a new
machine Todd Allan said And leaking oil. Then the speakers were stolen. But after ?
Copy repairman Broom, 25, engine only four years
all that was nothing compared to engine.Dn .
he watched a man murder a woman in the parking lot ofa for my Christmas Break One day I'll be rich and able to afford a car for
trip home to Atlanta ,
mall March 14. Broom shot at the man's car as he it died. It had acted up on and off for awhile. business and a car for leisure.At that point I'd considera

drove away, hoping to disable it, then fired at it again. One mechanic told me I had an exhaust leak but Jeep. But unless you can afford to pay for repairs,
have another when is fixed
to being
The second shot struck the man and he died at the hospital. everything else was fine and charged me $5 to drive and don't mind car singing use rather your than Jeep listening to the
Another suggested it was the catalytic
my car. con-
radio don't
buy a Jeep.
and I needed to drill hole in it.
verter just a Goodyearfixed
"There is such a thing as justifiable homicide, Irving my oil leak and adjusted the carburetor. As I picked it up from the mechanic, he told me

police Capt. Travis Hall said. Even though police didn't AH that time, money and trouble was a waste.They I'd need a new steering column soon. It only costs

file charges, the grand jury is going to review the facts. were all wrong. $500.A.

By not pressing charges, the police are telling society My Jeep is an 86 CJ7 with 40,000 miles on it. I month after I got my Jeep back, it was making
that.killing someone you see committing a crime is per- bought it in August of 1989 for $6,800. It wasin good that noise again. I took it in to be checked out. I havea
six month the engine, so I figured I'd
warranty on
condition and our mechanic gave it the thumbs up.I .
fectly fine. Brooms committed a murder. How does he
took the best care of it that I knew how. I checkedthe be covered.
know the man wasn't killing that woman because she had oil, fluids and tires. I had the oil changed when Nope. I need some kind of joints for the drive shaft.
just killed someone else? Or what if someone else had needed and brought it in when it didn't drive well. If I don't get it done I risk losing the entire shaft. It

seen Brooms kill the man and decided to shoot him? Five months after I bought it the engine died. I'm is not covered since it is not the engine. It only costs

Civilians should not be permitted to carry guns aroundin told it was because there wasn't oil in the engine andit $100 before labor.

the street where an impulse could cause them to use it burnt out. Mechanics swear that it was just wear I'm writing this to spare someone the aggravationand
and tear and these things happen. financial ruin of a Jeep. I've spent approximately
in crime harm Almost
a or to someone. 250,000 people
Wear and tear cost me $2,500.It $2,805 on repairs in seven months.To .
died during the 1980s from handguns. Gun control does
took a month for them to rebuild the engine.For say that I am dissatisfied with Jeeps is an
not mean prohibiting gun sales. It means setting up a wait- all that money I could have bought a new Jeep or a understatement.I am dissatisfied with AMC,all American -
ing period so sellers don't sell to convicted felons. It new anything else for that matter.I car companies and mechanics in general If this

means prohibiting the sale of semi-automatic weapons. still love driving my Jeep. The openness and the letter stops one person from buying a Jeep, then it
wind great. It is a fun But it is made like has served its
"My life is a mess now, Brooms said in The New York are car. a purpose.
piece of garbage. Sandy Wallack is a senior in political science.
Times. "I could lose my job, everything I own. I don'twant

to lose my gun. I paid dearly for it. I don't want my I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR t

''gun marked up. I love that gun."
Eat Idaho passing legislation aimed at re Idaho,both economically and oth-
That's what
frightens us. potatoesto
stricting the and coura-
most inhumane prac- erwise, for their bold
law tice of them all the practice of geous stand for the sanctity of life
alligator Editor support poisoning, dismembering or other- in the face of the few very loud
wise killing an innocent, unborn opponents of the human race.I .
Lucy Chabot Editor: You know, most boycottsoccur
child. And in the process perma- I people to eat more pots
in to a dangerous urge
Managing Editor Opinions Editor nently maiming, from
psychologically toes and potato products
product, a dangerous practice, or
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton because of some inhumane condi- and sometimes physically, that Idaho and to counterbalance
tion. mother who has been coerced into NOW potato boycott.
Utters Policy the decision to have an abortion by tot. Support
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word(about one 8-by-lO page).They should be Eat a later, save a
typed, double-spaced beand signed. They should typed name.have,.M and telephone I, therefore, find it very ironic her society,her family or by other Idaho.
number. Names will If the writer shows just cause. If you any questions call that the National Organization of circumstances. Mark Shelby'AWGA
the editorial DM editor at 3764458 Women Is boycotting a state for I say that we should support Gainesville


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Alligator Writer Honor Court

While most UF students were studying for mid

terms before Spring Break, one student got a lesson
from life he won't forget. mock trialBy

For 37 days, he was studying our legal system -
from within.
Former student senator and independent leader .
Charlie Grapski was a prisoner in the Broward Alligator Writer

County jail Members of the Student Honor
His story resembles a nightmare. Court held a mock trial Thursday to
Grapski, a philosophy graduate student, an Environmental show students and faculty how cheating
Action Group member and China Support is handled at UF.

Network president,was arrested Feb. 15 for missinga "Since all of the cases are confidential

mandatory court appearance last November, stem- many students don't know what
ming from 1988 charges of driving under the Influence they entail,"said Student Honor Court
of alcohol, resisting arrest and hitting a sheriffs Chancellor Robert Lloyd. "This gave

deputy. them the chance to see what actually
He could not be released from jail because Broward "
County Judge Richard Eade would not set bond. Eade .
Lloyd said students accused of
considered Grapski "uncooperative," Grapski said. cheating must choose to have their
The released from March 23
24-year-old was jail
cases decided by Judicial Affairs Dean
on a $2,500 bond after Eade re-evaluated his case.
Irene Stevens a faculty member or a
Grapski's mother paid the bond In cash, he said. He ,
faces a jury trial in April. student Jury.
Letters written by administrators and students Juries of six students hand down

urging the judge to reconsider helped, Grapksi said. verdicts for each case the honor court
Although he is trying to reorganize his life and get tries. Three students are chosen at

back into the senate,Grapsk!said he will never forget random from the student body,while
the time he spent behind bars. three others are associate justices
The worst said with no prior knowledge of the case.
part, Grapski was having no way
out. The days kept adding up. About forty law students, undergraduates -

"I was stuck and there was nothing I could do," and faculty members who
Grapski said. "At first, I kept track of how many daysit attended the mock trial watched as a
was, but then I had a hard time counting. They jury announced the defendant not
because of lack of intent
stole a part of my life away. guilty
Grapski stayed in three different cells during his The mock case Involved a student

jail term, and he said the mattresses were like con who was reported cheating by another
crete. He never had a pillow, and most of the time student on the court's hotline.
he was not allowed to use a blanket despite the "We need to stop the value of our
freezing temperature.Prison rules did not let inmates diplomas from decreasing," Attorney

sleep during the day, Grapski said, because they General Kenny Spiegelmaa said during
would not sleep at night. the trial.
"(Inmates) couldn't get under a blanket from 5 a.m. Lloyd said he feels the hotline is'

to 11 p.m., I guess because they didn't want to make not being used enough."It .
anything too comfortable for us,"Grapski said."They is an anonymous way to report
were constantly" watching us. It was almost like I wasa cheating Lloyd said. "Students can

lab mouse. take a part in fighting academic dis-
But Grapski didn't go through his jail term unnoticed honesty by using this hotline."

typical of the blue-eyed, medium-built man, The hotline number, 392o 999, is
who often stands against the political norm.
monitored 24 hours a day.The honor
$; Grapski,who said he considered the food Insulting, 4ylt court investigates tips received
went on a five-week hunger strike, eating only bread through the hotline.
and water, and he lost 28 pounds. He said no one, REGGIE GRANT ALLIGATOR
Lloyd.said the Student Honor
Former Student Senator Charlie Grapski spent 37 days In a South Florida tried three cases last semester. No
see page
jail. real cases have been tried this semes

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I Greek Week to stress Former Today Chairmanto

service to communityBy W'_ meet conduct officialBy

MELISSA KORAN "The theme is definitely not a party

Writer theme," Ferwerda said. "We are tryingto the case.
Alligator ent any helpful information regarding
t promote a theme of community ser-
Members of UPs fraternities and sororities vice." Alligator Writer Scott win then decide whether any disciplinary
action is necessary. Scott would not comment
kicked off their annual Greek Fraternities and sororities Ty Adams,the former
earn pointsfor Today party chairman specifically on Adams' case.
'Week celebration Sunday with carnival raising money, donating blood and facing possible expulsion from UF, received a Adams, who had a hearing before the five-
[games, dunking booths and a battle-of- 1 tie fro .00-1 _.
winning various other events. e r m ;JLIIInIU:; Services: member Student ConductDean
I thebands competition. For the second year in a row,proceeds James Scott Thursday Committee last Tuesday,is
Hundreds of students converged on with conclusions from lastweek's FormerToday verbal and
from events will benefit Habitat for Hu- charged with
I Flavet Field to hear Lambda Chi Alpha's'entry
UF Student Conduct of
manity, which raises money to build physical harassment
Controlled Substance, win the homes for those who can't afford them. Committee hearing Adams party chairman Ty Today party members during
!'competition. The band will perform Sat- said.
urday during Greek Splash, a field day Last year's proceeds helped to build a Adams faces charges the time around the
,and party that will conclude Greek Week. home that a local family moved into on However, Adams, who is Feb. 14 Student Govern-
Other events this week include Talent January 20.Greek 'charged with violating the of physical and vermeat election. Those
,Night, tonight at University Auditorium, Week also benefits the Civitan 'Student Conduct Code,said bal harassment. charges stem from four party
he by
an all-day Superdance and Greek Expo, Regional Blood Center,where membersof won't release the details grad-
sororities donate blood of the letter until after his members, including
which gives non-members a chance to fraternities and
'view the Greek System. throughout the spring semester in prep- meeting with Scott today,when a final decision uate student and formerToday party presidential -

aration for this week's competition.Last will be made. candidate Juan VitalL
But Greek Week chairwoman Melissa The cite incidents ofhara.sment
charges specific
,. 'Ferwerda said there's more to the events spring, the Greek blood drive During the meeting, Scott will explain the the nights of Feb. 9 at a 7-Eleven and

than just fun and games. donated. more. than. 2,500 pints. of blood. Committee's_ findings. and allowAdams-t .
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By Keith Herrel I Ithat

Wrestling to me.' tisement after advertisement and wonder what'''
It usually takes time for foreign students to exactly ARE these things saying?
become accustomed to American lingo. Some will "1 saw the name of a grocery store in Georgia./)
ask their friends to explain the meanings of the It said Piggly Wiggly," said Enwoo Nam, statis-l!
strange terms. Others, such as Shanaz Ali, a tics major from Korea.1. imagined that the pigglyjwas
psychology major from England, feel uncomfortable related to the animal you know, the pig.i!
asking for clarification."I But the wiggly don't know about that. I thought
was driving with my friend somewhere in this was a very interesting name." j;,
WithWords South Florida and asked directions. The person To some linguists, this language barrier could;
said,'Go across the circle.!I wondered what is this be quite interesting, but for many students these;;,
circle? I felt too embarrassed to ask my friend. I misunderstandings are nothing more than something -
had no idea what it was. to get pissed at.
imagined this huge sign, like a McDonald's "In England, when we get pissed it means to'
sign with a circle on It. Maybe it is some kind of get drunk," Shanaz said. "Like if you are talking
eating place or landmark or something painted or about someone who was drunk last night,you say,
a monument. So we were driving and I didn't see 'He was pissed out of his head.!And over here to,
any circles. get pissed means to get mad or angry..
Somebody finally explained to Shanaz that a "When I just came here it used to confuse me
"circle1: is a circular Intersection connecting four because I didn't know if people were angry or
roadways. She already knew what one was, but in drunk. Because a couple of times a friend would
England they call them roundabouts. come up to me and tell me 'I'm pissed.! '
Unfortunately, driving and American jargon do Dirk Richards, an animal science major\ from,
.,-, not combine well for many foreign students.When Jamaica, was not drunk "pissed" when he'
listening to directions and descriptions, students encountered a ballpark in the classroom.
hat's up?" a friend of Fehmi Yesilcay saidas like Yoko Fukuyama, a Spanish-language major The professor returned the test questions to
W he entered Fehmi's apartment. Fehmi, from Japan, might derive the oddest images from us one day and one of the answers he put down
a UF engineering student from Turkey, our slang. that he wanted'ballpark estimate.I didn't know
was taken aback. Certainly there could not be any- "We were driving with my host parents and I (what it meant),but I heard someone else use this,
thing odd on his ceiling. saw what might have been a cat I told them thereis so I thought it meant most likely," Dirk said.
"I had to think about that for a few seconds," a dead animal there. They said it is'road pizza,' Even outdoor excursions on the Santa Fe River
,.';'& K( Fehmi said. 1. said 'what?* and he said it again. If Yoko said, crinkling her nose. aren't free of American slang.
:;'JJ 1 I looked up, it would have been dumb.
,""'fei" > Words. The tools of language.

,)15( Americans combine,contract,misspell
and misuse them until they wreak
", +# havoc, on unsuspecting foreign atuj 0 Jayy ln.drr
j 1 '? dents. Sometimes, it's taken for
''I granted that our foreign friends under-
: stand the peculiar phrases and idioms What'

,:'h", of our slang. But actually,many times, p. .
they walk away, shaking their heads UpN 4
.,-: 'Americanized words?""
From first contact, greetings may
confuse many foreigners. For Khaled 1 1"I
Sume,wasn't the content of the greeting
that befuddled him as much as the
"'Hawaya.: they said to me," said
Khaled, an electrical engineering stu- r
dent from Palestine. "I. heard strange
things while I was in New York but
Tiawaya'was one of the worst. I finally'
realized what it meant"
Peter Wanyande, a political science
student from Kenya,couldn't figure out
the common greeting of "How are ya
7\- doin'r But after finally making sense
of that saying,he came across another,
)ilk! more threatening phrase Take
',j "When I would finish a conversation
: with 'someone, Instead of saying
'goodbye' theY would say'take care,'*
he said, rubbing his hands nervously
together.still don't understand.The
impression that I got was that I shouldbe
careful when I go outside. It's like
a warning against people who are out-
t side who can beat you up. I thoughtt7
" :, there waS lots of dangerous people

Although Americanized greetingsand could not understand at first Then they told "We were camping and canoeing, and they
farewells confused foreign students,the slang me the road is the bread, and the animal is the (American students) said It (B.S.) a lot both on
I 'of everyday conversation presented an even meat.Then I understood. and off the water,"Yoko said. They said it once
I ',_ greater challenge. Suddenly, shoes were more of Tomoko Itakura,Japanese business major,had when one of the boys made a mistake.I didn't ask
than Just articles of clothing. They were parts
Another Japanese girl asked them. They
and anyone.
a.misunderstanding of a more unfortunate
l left for foreign students, like Khaled, to
., h jargon serious nature. While taking her driving test in said that you use that when you hear a lie, or
translate.: Gainesville,'Tbmoko's driving instructor growledout something is cheated, or someone don't tell the
:r .They would say, 'I don't want to be in your commands., truth.
,shoes,'" Khaled said. The first thing I did was some incomprehensible
"Now times I will that is B.S. this
transfer it word by word.Then by the third time I Tun up and make a three-point-turn:she said many say or
heard it,'I thought I figured what it meant Don't explained Tomoko. "I. thought "pull up?* I,mean I Is B.S.-
, 1 it mean 'I don't want to be involved in your business pull is one direction and up is another. I didn't Enwoo also has had some experience with this
A" ?" know what to do, so I Just made threepointturnright topic.
Legs found their way Into'the limelight too. there. "My daughter said she had to poo-poo and
."I got to churches and places like that,and many Tomoko failed the test for not obeying instructions. pee-pee" Enwoo-said. 1. asked my wife what it
times I heard that Tou are pulling my leg,'" said meant and she told me.I studied English for about
Yonghua Yang, an environmental engineering I Imagine the confusion of lame foreign studentsas 10 years, but I don't have experience, with these
'major from China."I.had t to ask someOne to explain they drive past road sign'after road sign,adver- words. J

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I Sneaker-savs apartheid doomed Women's Month endsThough

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By MATTHEW G. MOORE rica. These people enjoy the highest stan- the feminist movement has made some progressIn
Alligator Writer "The people in my area struggledto dard of living in the world," Field improving conditions for American women, several
get three meals a day,"Field said. speakers who addressed audiences at a symposium Satur-
Economic malaise eventually will "In an ordinary day,you would have said poor educational opportunities day said there is much more work to be done.
destroy apartheid,said a native South people knocking on your door askingfor ensure that blacks only be- "Issues in FeministTheory"a day-long event that markedthe
African who spoke during a forum in bread. I remember going to come eligible for jobs that require end of Women's History Month, attracted about 100
Turlington Hall Thursday. school and eating dry brown bread few skills. people to the Holiday Inn University Center. Women in
"The system of apartheid has and milk. For some of those kids, it The South African government European countries have better opportunities than those in
burned itself out," said Brett Field, would be the only thing they would spends four times as much on white the United States, said UF law professor Nancy Dowd.
who left South Africa when he was eat all day." students as it does on blacks, Field Governments in those countries provide for programs
16 and now attends Rollins Collegein Field, who remains in the United said.The system ensures that blacks such as child care services,while employers respect women
Orlando. "It just doesn't make States on scholarship, said it wouldbe drop out before getting high school more, granting them"workpower," Dowd said.
moral sense. It doesn't make economic hard for Americans to visualizethe diplomas or college degrees.
Stahmer said women's
Paula H. continueto
sense.It doesn't make political sub-human conditions under "Blacks cannot escape their miserable -
sense." which South African blacks live. ,hopeless living conditions he be poor.
About 50 people attended the Blacks often build"shanty" homesout "Black and white women who graduate from college will
forum, sponsored by the Student Coalition of corrugated iron to escape the said.South Africans have endured loot- be paid less in the" work force than a man with an eighth-
Against Apartheid and Rac- harsh weather. Because they are illegal ings and battles waged near their grade education, Stahmer said.
ism,Project 99 and the Gator chapterof the government often sends homes. Field said one of his friends UF law professor Sharon Rush said women should be
the National Association for the bulldozers to tear them down, leav- once was shot in the ear. more vocal about the problems they face.
Advancement of Colored People. ing families homeless Field said. "I also distinctly recall when our "The public doesn't speak out,"Rush said."Their silence
Field said economic growth and The irony of these shanty townsis whole school building was burned to says this is the American way."
well-being cannot be obtained in an that if you go 15 minutes away, the ground,"Fields said. "We had to GOLOIE LANDSKRONER
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KRUGERfrom and interim coach Don DeVoe
who said he would
page 1 not apply for
the full-time job after drawing the
his efforts to attract top athletesto ire of fans upset with the 1989-90
the KSU campus in Manhattan, team's 7-21 record.

Kan. Those frustrations com- Grimsley said Kruger could
bined with UF athletics' national
bring a new attitude to the squad."A .
exposure-may have led Krugerto

Gainesville. friend of mine (Patrick Sams
There is a tremendous amountof from Bartow High School) plays
potential for the Florida basket for him, and he said the coach is
ball program during the decade of a real nice guy,that he's a players'
the 1990s," Kruger said in the coach and that he knows basketball
release. That potential, com- ," Grimsley said.
bined with statewide support and
commitment, makes this a truly During his playing days at KSUin
great opportunity. the early 1970s Kruger was
Despite his impressive resume, named the Big Eight Conference
Kruger, whose eight-year coach Player of the Year in 1972 and'73,
ing record is 133-105 is a relative and he led the Wildcats to a com-
unknown from America's heart- ''bined 61-22 record during his .
land. He had not been mentioned three years on the court. Kruger
among candidates for the UF jobas also proved his merits in the class-
the rumor mill turned at a fran room, as he was a three-time
tic pace in recent weeks,churningout member of the All-Big Eight Academic .
big-time college names suchas Team and an Academic All- KEVIN VWSNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
Paul Westhead of Loyola American as a senior. I Paul Fertlg.cenfer, was one of two protesters arrested by UF police at Van Fleet Hall Saturday. I
Marymount University, Cliff Ellis I:
of Clemson University and Nolan Kruger began his coaching ca- ARREST down by not requiring much police white, we try to settle them I
Richardson of the University of reer as an assistant at Pittsburg "
protection at the protest. through negotiation, while con
from 1
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Arkansas. (Kan.) State University in 1976-77
Eleven groups, including Project flicts with other races involve ammunition
before joining the ,KSU staff In he'd talked with UF police Chief Weinstein said.
Kruger's hiring surprised even 99, Gainesville National Orga- ,
UF basketball player Hosie 1977. He remained with the Wildcats Everett Stevens several days before nization for Women, Students for I
Grimsley. until 1982, when he earned the protest to arrange Weinstein the Ethical Treatment of Animals But one counter-protester said
"Really? I didn't' know that," American his first head coaching job at Pan and Fertig's arrest. and Veterans for Peace, sponsoredthe the groups should stop focusing on I
University in Texas. The deal Self said didn't include skin color.
Grimsley said when he heard the event.
news Sunday. "It's good to have Pan American's turnaround jail time. The U.S. wars in Central America -
someone named. I'm happy as under Kruger was dramatic. His But Weinstein, who will appearin and around the world are basedon This separation thing that's
long as he's going to come in and first Broncos team posted only court April 11 to plead innocentto underlying racism," said been going on for so many years
let us play. It's really been hectic seven victories, but it turned in a trespassing charges, said he expected Weinstein, a member of the Com- is ridiculous," said Gainesville res-
around here." 20-8 mark by the time he returnedto to go to jail,and he took the mittee in Support of the People of ident Lourdes Chu,28."Black this,
Kruger replaces long-time KSU to become Its head coachin opportunity to talk to other inmates Latin America, which coordinatedthe Black Student Union, black whatever I
coach Norm Sloan, who was the 1985-86 season.Kruger also about the protesters'cause. event. ," Chu said. "I'd really like to
forced to retire Oct. 31 amid served as the athletic director at Self also said he worked with UF "In other words, when we have see the day when we stop calling I
charges he broke NCAA rules, Pan American for three years. police to help keep UFs expenses conflicts with people who are each other by our races."

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GRAPSKIfrom "The food was never enough,"he said."It of such rapes. from his experience he said it was'that,
page 8 was always meant to keep you hungry and Grapski refused to shower and was beaten often the legal system is not fair.
wanting more." because he said he wouldn't back down. He "All I wanted to do was sleep the days
not the guards or fellow inmates, cared Hunger was not the only pain Grapski said he had to bang on the glass walls to away," Grapski said. "It was a waste of my
about his strike. But he did it only for endured in jail catch the guards' attention. life. I saw how the system in most cases

himself he said. Three and a half weeks into his term,two Grapski was thrown in solitary confinement serves no purpose."
He couldn't stand institutionalized called "lock down," for four days -
feeling inmates cornered Grapksl and beat him. He
with and to
bloody a story
he said. He their supposedly for his own protection. But two Grapski. a eye
didn't want to follow suffered a concussion, a bloody eye was hit is to
trying re-
tell his grandchildren now
rules. days later he was told one of the men who
in the jaw and said he may suffer from a
gain a seat in Senate. He said he hopes to
"It was the only way I could have kept my fractured cheekbone. beat him up was released on parole and the find the same support from his peers they
sanity in there" Grapski said. "I wasn'tgoing Grapski,who refused to shower regularlyas other received no punishment. offered him while he was in jaiL
to accept that I was in there. I had to part of his rebellion, said the fight started During confinement he refused both
fight the system within myself.I wasn't ableto when an"otdtimer28.pound( inmate said bread and water. He also refused to sign a "People whether they were on the same
sit in there for absolutely no reason at "I'm gonna put you in the shower. Grapski form that would waive his right to prosecutethe side of political issues as me or not were
all" said he didn't know what the inmate had in two men who beat him up. Afterward great," Grapski said. "But I don't know how
The food in jail was almost inedible, any mind. He said he didn't see any homosexu- he was placed in a different jail cell long they're gonna be happy when I start
way Grapski said. ality while in jail, but said he heard rumors If there was one thing Grapski learned opening my mouth again in Senate.

BROWNEfrom TUNAfrom HIKEfrom

page 3 page 3 "I'm glad they're switchingtuna page 3

they choose a class," he said. tively connect issues with products may call for because now I can start tion they submit on financial aid

Browne also is lobbying administrators similar boycotts. Gentry gave the Idaho potatoes eating tuna here again. forms.
and faculty members for"student- boycott as an example.Those who favor abortion Because students cannot earn
run* teacher evaluations. He said it's rights had threatened holding an Idaho potatoes Klrsten Clprl more than the amount they are
important for students to be able to rate boycott if the state's governor had decided to Public Relations Seniortuna awarded the new minimum wage
their teachers and have both the teachers restrict abortions. will decrease their time commit
and the deans read the comments. The concern I see is whether we are setting brands naturally being driven out of the ments.
some kind of precedent we will be dealing within market "College work-study students
"Some teachers are going to fight us
the future," Gentry said. "I the effort but I think it's in the
tooth and nail on this," Browne said. support wrong can only earn what they're eligiblefor
But committee member Linda Bobroff said form" Graves said. "The student out there
"Some teachers think if they publish can but the higher the wage the
books or get so much money in grants saving dolphins and supporting abortion were make the judgment whether they want to boycott less the amount of time they haveto
that they're a good teacher.That's not incomparable because there is a direct connection tuna or not If Mr.Miller only sells two sandwichesper work for it,* Holloway said.
between "unsafe" and demise."I week he will
tuna tuna.-
eating dolphin stop selling
always true. That's just an excuse. Students who already receive
think this is a much more clear-cut issue," Public relations senior Kirsten Cipri who $3.80 an hour or more will receive
Browne who is taking 12 credit Bobroff said.Committee. stopped eating tuna about a month ago said a pay increases only if their Individual
hours this semester, said he averages member John Graves said advocating price increase would be worth it if it meant saving departments can afford to grant
50 hours a week in SG and is learningmore the views of the protesters"opens the door toa dolphins. them Holloway said.

people."I about. campus just by talking to non-winnable situation" because future groups Tm glad they're switching tuna, because nowI The Division of Housing will
will see it as a precedent. can start eating tuna here again," Cipri said. grant some Increases by charging
love the talking-to-people part of "All of a sudden we become a keeper for know I've missed eating tuna. residents more for rent. Residentsof
my job,"Browne said."I never want to everyone," Graves said. Journalism senior Starla Powell said the price family housing villages will pay
feel isolated as president. "I think we opened that can of worms when we increase would not deter her from buying tuna. 6 percent more in the fall to cover
If I can do anything this year I want said we would move to use biodegradable mate- Looking down at her half-eaten Gator burger administrative costs that include
to destroy the thought that everyone rials said committee member Dave Carter. Powell said she missed eating tun.a. pay increases for members of the .
can't get involved or that it's govern- Graves said the choice to boycott tuna shouldbe "Tuna would still be reasonable compared to villages' staffs who work at the
ment for the few. on an individual basis resulting in "unsafe" what I paid for this burger." minimum wage.

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mi to campus $160 nego Call Neil 378. utilities 373-5712 Shands/VA. Call Sheryl 604-264-3320
8346 okll
F n/s to sublet room In Brandywine for keep trying THREE OAKS 1 or two roommates Help 41010.5
I summer months, rent neg 335-3817 4 6- Roommate needed to sublet 3bdr/3ba/ aptin
MAY-AUGUST, 1 ibr.lba.fur.quitt.own needed micro washer lac 4 blks from
I the LAURELS. Starting summer A Female N/S/ Rmmt to share 2bdr/lba/ Apt
Call 378.1655. $200 mnlh & 113/
parking.low util.poolgreat main.50% oil campus
Oxford Manor bd avail May 7 option lor $250/mo. Call Tracy 335-4085 4-6-5-4 i7S/mo I & 1/2 util. walking distance to
I renewal in Aug Excellent location Call May $260p/mo after Call Pete, 378.8468, Ulll. UF Call 377.4244. 4-17-155
378.9793 Iv msg 4.4.5. 378.7042. 445.4 Windmeadows phase 2 sublease 2bdrm
needed lor own bdr in
3bdrm/3blh/ apt for Sum. C w/ option 4 N/S/ F to share 2bdr/lba Apt at Homestead .
n/lllor/ I 3bd/3bth/ Windmeadows apt avail 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba iwnhse Option to rent
SUMMER SUBLET New Spacious tall 336-1377 Rena or Kelli $210/mo neg bdr. Avail 5. $175/mo ft
WINDMEADOW Apts 2bdr/2ba 3360077 now-Jly 31 own bd/bth/ $175mo + 1/3utl. whole place in Aug. Patio, fenced yrd . great d.alllor! more Info call Cassia 336- pets ok close to UF/bus line. 335.5047 or 1 1/2 utility. Call 335-3745. 4-3-5-5
1133. 4454SUBLET' 1-7432851 46-5-4
Looking lor a great place for Summer? In Looking for M N/S/ Rmmti( ) to share Fair-
Apts.-2bdr/2ba./ turn at : for summer term option for fall Sublease for summer 2Bdr/2Ba at Rocky Oakbrook 3rd floor single rm w/option lor mom Oaks Summer C w// option to stay
$490/mo, unlurn. at $425/mo./ May-July at STONERIDGE APTS 3bd/3ba. Call Point $429/mo./ Call Lisa at 378.5397 or (all May. June, July $380/mo 3766611 beyond. Howard 3957256. 4665The

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wanted for 3bdr/2ba house, Manor Frmmt to share 2bd/2ba N/S Rmmt wanted Own Bdr/Ba Alarms, Autopage, Chapman Home LOFT cull.made for Beaty rm, carpeted
convenient NW location, nice neighborhood apt. $240/mo+l/2util./ Avail may S. Call $215/mo/ 1/2 util For summer For more and Car Stereo Pioneer, Saneul, Sher. -. ladder meld Asking $165 obo Call
unfurn, $225/mo I 1/2 util, $100 377.9751. "if no ant leave msg info call Lisa at 378.5397 or 3359455. wood, and more, We Beat All Price! 3956150' 4656
sec Call Tawnya 378.6173. 4.3-5.5 173-375. 4.30-69.6
ROOMIES needed ASAP for big orange ft Waterbed queen size, new mattress. side
Share luxury lakefront condo w/quiet mature I blue shuttered house corner of Archer OAKBROOK WALK F/M sublet for summer MICRO CENTERComputers 376.1148 pads, heater $175 I Call 376 8345 leave
N/S F prof. Avail 5/12/ Near '351 across from UF.fully furnished utilities own bdr/ba fully turn, walking, distance Editor choice CompuAdd Northgate message 4436
UF/Shands/ next to Hilton $350/mo + 1/2/ included,washer/dryer.225.M'chelle to UF, rent nag 335.2498. 4655 H P. Price same or lower than mail
util mcl.own bdr/ba, pool wash/dry/ cable 335.9768. 4675 order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb Scubapro gear excellent condo Sanyo
ft wKly maid lerv ((1 st mo + $350 damagedep M/F N/S roommate needed for summer ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... computer double drive Panosic anlw.rmachine
) 376.7728 Iv mag 4875 Oxford Manor.neat n/s F to sub summer Own bdrm in 4bdr/3ba/ apt $' 50/mo + 1/4/ MC 28612$1195. Packard Bell $1295 $100 373.2335 Greg 4216
own upstairs br/ba very clean) rent nego util. Call 332.6559. 4. 5.5-5 MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20
1 rmmt need to ahare 2 bd 2 ba (turn apt eh'lpI1/3! / util&w/d, fall op. call 373.5398. $2399 PB 286 laptop whd ft battery Graduating! Must sell 37.high, 20-long.
tv cable 300 mo util Include lake shore 4455 Summer and/or Fall/Spring N/S for own $1999 CompuAdd 810' w/ 20mb ft graphics and 10 gallon freshwater tanks: all with
towers view over lake g II call 338.6268. turn bdr/ba in Rockwood Villas $250 monitor $970. 1 ft 3 year warranties hood stand and all equipment Cyndi F for own bdrm/bath In a 2bdrm/2baih apt 113 mil Call Pam 335.4469 Onsite warrantiei Panasonic "1160 printer 335.1135. 4656
Big enough for 2. Regency Oaks apti No $185 HP Laser Jet lip $1049 3743 W
F rmmt 1BR In 38R apt. Summer C. $186 dep req. $200/mo. Call 375.0975. 445 Own master bdr/ba In an In the Pines University Ave Rollallex 35mm Normal lens w/additional
Spacious .pt. Pool, count May rent free 5 twnhse, close to UF, avail. May.Aug. Big 80 to 200 Zoom case. fillers tripod & all
Call Julie Iv msg 378.6591 enough for 21 $250/mo Call Sarlt 371- FUTON & FRAME SALE! accessories Asking $300 For more into
ATTENTION: Rmmt wanted for own roomin 1833. .4865 From only $200 per set Michael 372.8117 or leave msg 495
Share 4bdr house across from Odome for 2br apt FULLY furn. Lois of extras Call Matt 377.5850. 4.30.26-6
summer, walk to school own rm $1 I 50lmo Walk to UF 374.6563 leave message 4. F/N/S to share 2bdr/iba (urn., l60/mo, + Peavey VTM 60 watt amp Less than one
. 1/4 utilities Call & Iv mig Maureen 372 4.5.5 1/2 util.. summer C + fall behind Norman Macintosh SE wdouble drive and 20meg year Old. Paid $450/will sell for $300''
7162 Hall, April free Call 373.6416, 4555 external harddisk Very new Call Kevin at Great sound great deall Call anytime
Roommate wanted own room, male or 335.4317, 4246 335.5860. 4446
Roommate wanted to share a two bed female rent $100' 1/3 util call 336.1S41, HEY YOUI Nice Fun Jewish female to I

room/two bath townhouse Hat $210/mo share a room in a 2br/2ba in Brandywine. Formal Gowns Handmade out of town 7 REAL ESTATEOakbrook
plus half utilities Call Dominick 378 $150/mo/ and summer is FREE'' Call Jenniferat372 Sizes: 5.11, assorted colors, $30 to $80
1034. Easy.go ng nil fm for summer C. Own .1987 NOWI 335.5417 Lv Msg 4356
room in 2/b/ ,1/bth apt walk to campus! Condo 2bd/2ba furn, ground

GREAT HOUSE near law ichool.OWN $175 + 1/2 util Call 377.9758 Ive message F N/S rmmt needed to share 2bdr/3ba Spring lambs for Easier Hair, sheep meal floor, pooliide.Take over payments or
room In 2'itory new home.W/D, dw fp- 4455 condo wash/dry SW area. $225/mo& 1/2 goats. wool aheep Grain fed Slaughter make offer 376 9743. 410107.
avlb May 1.rent NEG 1/3/ billl 377.5789. util Avail immed aiely. Call Karen 373 can be arranged Ron Prokop 462.5198
Must Sell! Excel cond condo 2br/2ba, Cheap! 130/mo 1/2 util for your own 2386 4.6.55Prof Alachua Pebble Creek area 2739 39 Dr. Call 613

room Start in May & can continue Closeto .
668 5686 or 813 862 3525. 4 30 24 7
roommate. needed to ihr 2 N/S to share 3bdr/2 1/2 ba furnishedapt Sale Nikon-N2000 Camera Body
UF, pool, t ac Call 335.0589 for mlor
bdrm, have own room and bath SummerC for summer $174/mo part .util'. 332 Nikon 50mm fl.8 lens. Vivitar 550 FD
Mill Run townhouse 2bdr/2 1/2 ba.
1/2 rent 1/2 util m/f nil call 336.7522Ive 6520 4655 flash Retail, $800. will sell for $400 nego
furn, make an offer
mig NEED F to share 2 bedroom apt for Fall. Call Gary at 336-6211 I Lv msg 4456 wash/dry call 904.372, partially-4293.
Rooms $50 month utilities In exchange
Fully furnished close to campusless( thana
East sublet (for summer own .Must Sell Akal 100 watt receiver
Casa for $250 month Moving
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mlle)1) a mo Lynn SICK OF THE DORMS? 3 bath/Sbflrm/
bed/bith waih/dry $250/mo call today utilities/ Tower Oaks n/s 332.0786 after $125. sofa and chair $150 sewing machine Rockwood townhouse, assume mortg
377.3832. .4455I 8pm. 4215 $40. Call 376-6365 after 5pm 4.3.
4.6 great turn wash/dry, a/C/ dishwasher Call

I want to live In The Laurels' or wanted to share 2bdr fully furnished F N/S wanted for summer Own room in 335.9819.

Wmdmeadow for Fall. How about you? rent nego prefer professional, female turn 2bd/iba apt Quiet ft close to UF TlE.DVE t shirts, professionally done. Plantation; 2br/2ba gazebo, deck
Please Call Karen at 336.0077, .4455 or single mother call or Iv mig Asking $150/mo & 1/2 util Call 371.2261. only $8 each Bryan or Rodney anytime fenced yard all appliances, asm non
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area Witty N/S preferred Wood floors, 2 bedrms w/bath in 3/2 house. furnished to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse In CAR ALARMS installed remote control 3727259.

bay window ac/ht/ fireplace, fence/yrd hardwd fire fence pets ok. quiet, SW Area fully furnished wash/dryer any car truck or. van fully guaranteed will. VA & HUD HOMES
$200/mo + 1/3 util avail, May 1, 374-8148. 1ml to uf. 1 look Is all it will take $225 $225/mo/ & 1/2/ ulil Call al 335-6273. 4. demo Call 336 0193 student Iv. messageAMP available from government from $1 with

4..4..-S.-S 375.7169. 4555 13.10.5 .Pevey renoun guitar amp. 2.channel out credit check You repair Also tax delinquent .

M/F for 3/2 Greenleaf twnhse Yard .2.12'a, lotza punch!! super price foreclosures Call
Ig $179.99 or best ofr. call Joe 335-0825, 1.805.682.7555 Ext. H2004 for repo list
Scott Miller and woods. turn share w/ 2 FI, $l7Smoft
UFA TODAY 1/3 util Must see May t. Aron 371- 'leave messg .4236Car your area (Call 7.day. a week). ,.

Audio car CD deck $100 Kenwood Assumable No Qualifying 8 1/2% Low
spks ISO wt $50 Alpine spks 00 wt $40 down only $3iO/mo P ft I I. Adorable Spacious '
6 FOR SALE Ads amp $50. Alarm $50 All nag. 395 iBdr w/ loft ceiling fan, skylight

7860 .4336FREEPORT vertical' blinds Indry rm, storage ft 2
TA6 Qnt Car, Two-Or1il'.'" Fo,",, 41yO Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more decks; Beautiful landscaping w/ Ion of
brands are all at our New Location! Car BAHAMAS! Round trip Dogwood ft Azaleas 374.4923 or 376
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372 cruise tickets for two. 4d/3n. Call Eric 335 ..702.v.llwkndl.
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Car Sterlo Installers In town Car Stereo Gall 395.8172lv. msg 4556
to Go. 375-1834 430756 of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter
SAILBOAT 1989 Holder 14 by Hobie, 4900 miles excellent condition $800.
Complete bedroom set: .incl dble monohull, complete spinnaker and 3772357

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$1' 00 min. $5 00 Reports,
1985 Interceptor 500 Vosh exhaust, Kin Mini Storage pg. psoriasis medication 331.S379 4. Hiring for summer/fall positions Experience '
Theses whatever Grad School PT List
liliercharg + extra 18k miles $1250' neg. 2160 N.E. 1It Blvd. 30.47.3' necessary No phone calls please
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perlectalmost( ) John 377.7065. 4238 SX) '10 10X10 10X20 SNUFFY'S '1017 W Univ Ave. 435.13
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87 Jawa moped300. Excel.cond. 2 MICRO CENTERTyping 376.0339 Full EARN $35 One position open for Resident Manager
blocks.tarp.gas can mcl Call Chris Any. 2 In the Div. of Housing Position
& sell service Typing starts @ This week for new donors for plasma
MOVING? Running out ol time? Let Gator computing
time 3723559. begin May.Supervise staff' of 3 In Village -
Moving pick.up, store ( deliver your belongings I SO/pg/ Resumes $6 Sell service donations on our new automated ma. of 350 apts Administrative & community -
Sell 85 Yamaha XJ700 to first reasonable to you in the (lall. 374,4791, 374. resumes $2.50/hr 15/page Laser chines. Special bonus programs each dev. responsibilities Part time
typeset graphics spell check theses month. Free refreshments tree parking.
otter Low miles great condition 4488 4302111SUNBELT' position for full time UF Student.
papers special characters employment Experienced staff serving you since 1969.
lots ol X-tres. Call 338 6794 lor details
$6500/12-mos plus apt al $30/mo/ (utili-
) databases mailmerge, training Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238
4668 MOVING* WordPerfect' specialist Visa/MC, 4.30. SW 4th Ave 378.9431 Mon-Fri 8.7 Sat. ties not Included). Deadline April 12.
Professional / & Applications at Dlv. Of Houa, corner of
Moving/Packing Supplies 85 12 82. 430.73.13C..hi.r
1987 Honda Elite 80 runs blue,
1 Item Houseful! Lie/Ins/ Museum a SW 13th SI '
helmet included, $700 or best offer, call
Mike at 378.8189, leave a message ".8. Priced. 'for Students! Marty 375.MOVE, 4. Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable energetic' responsible person (for
58 30 75-11 service Reasonable rates. Laser lull time pOSition. Apply Florida Book Subjects age 40.53 needed for
printer 377.8175' tit 9 00pm 4.30.29,'12 Store IBM W Unlv. Ave. a study of face perception & memory

9 AUTOS *FREE* Must be born In US all paid. 3785218.
Typing/Wordprocessing, WordPerfect Graphics, Art Ed, etc '10 15 hrs per 4-2-4-13
Pregnancy Test 5 1 1. quality work, 'last results low rates, week begin C term 5.blockalrom UF art
1988 Toyota Corolla GTS, hatchback, Gainesville Woman dependable. personal service Tara 332 lettering Job $3.75 per hr to start Reply
black, twin cam 16 valves, excellent conditions HEALTH CENTER 1489 Box 286 Gainesville, 3260 41511!\ Attention perfect for students M.F S;30
$5950 obo. Must sell Call 335 720 NW 23rd Avenue 30pm; phone sales, hourly wages plus
5396. 4359 377 5055 Near Butler Plaza. Fast Service Balls .is looking lor exp kitchen help. bonus. Friendly atmosphere After 'ipm
,.. ABORTION To 24 Wks $1 25 double space Call 373.8387 Please apply In person at '1718 W Unlv\ 378.3238. 43213
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85 VW JETTA GLI good sporty reliable, BIRTH CONTROL (upstairs' ), 336 1111" 4-3.5.'13
transportation runs and looks great, gray
w/black tint call MARK at 373.9883. 4.4. Gynecology Services Word Processing* Professional qualityat Attention Students! Does your fraternity sorority, Or organization '
5.9 430-71-11' student prices Fast, reliable, service Full and part lime work available! Excellent need $$$ for your spring activities?

Grad school, law school experience 378 pay, hours, incredibly flexible Call Participate a one week on.campus mar.
80 VW Rabbit Convertible 141k, runs CALL CJ THE DJ 7128' 4.'13'10.'12 372.1..76. 4.4.6,'13 ketmg project Call Jill at 395.9690. 4.2.

good 5 spd, FUN 335.7172 Iv msg DJ 375 8483. 4.13.36.
pro service at 11
$3800 Obo 4459 24.HR TYPING/WPS LASER PRINTER Earn top $. Day + evening shifts avail Need a summer job? Florida has thou
Telemarketing Hourly + commission + sands of job opportunities All areas,
ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell/ no
1985 + 1/2 Ford Escort Great student car ONE STOP DENTISTRY cholesterol R pp 376.3649. 4252112' bonus 1.S9S,1866. 4.2.3.'13 complete listing Call 1.407.347.1490 4.
in good cond. Excellent gas mi $2800 Accepting new pie, emerg

obo 375.2513' or 378.8358 4239 Adult cleaning $28. child $18 Typing and Wordprocessmg Legal.
((4)Wid) tee $325. ((3)Wsd) lee $250,
61' Honda Accord hatchback good condition ". ((2)Wisd) tee $200 term papers etc Professional quality and
371.1900. 4459 Nitrous Oxide Accept MC V. AE reliable service Call Nancy 372.2750 tAO ACUVUE 4y
reliable $1900' 4.'10.10.'12
Valid only with coupon up to(4)( ) people
'1978 Toyota Corona station wagon, Reli H T Gonsoulin DDS. 372.9521'
Put It In Writing Fast accurate, reliable
able. Original Owner $1100. 3767535 service Masters in English will check DISPOSABLE CONTACTS
leave message or 371'.'1900. ......5.11 spelling and edit 24 hrs 373.1937 4.30.
t Bass Lessons tailored for your

1980 Daisun 210' ; New r.pa"'lult com goals Top professional w/25yrs./ exp Begmner 23.12
like the 80's $750 o.b.o. .Adv. Suzuki.based children
pleted, purrs ; BJ s 24 hour wordprocesSing. Reports, $3.25/Lens
Call Phil at 336.6966. method available Larry 336.5624. 445 resumes cover letters and more. Call

II t 336.8535. Call returned ASAP. 4.30.21',
84 NISSAN 300ZX Turbo: Auto, low
miles, must sell $6895. 373.3512' 423 GOLFERSI! Perfect your swing with revolutionary 12
9 training device Rod 335-6413 $85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam
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before' noon. 43411"
'1973 Alfa Romeo Convertible Spider, Resumes, term papers dissertations, ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL
Red great cond $2900 obo, Call Sarah GUITAR.learn to play nowll 4 or 8 legal, technical. 335.7064.
3959529. 4339Is acoustic or electric Just say YES to
music) call univ music 372.2637. 445 13 HELP WANTED Millhopper Optical

It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 11,
through the U S. Government? Get the ADVERTISING
facto today? Call 1.708.742.1142 Ext. Problem in Math? Then call Greg Professional MAKE.UP ARTIST

688. 4319' and Reliable Tutoring ottered Be a part of the exciting world of newspapers 2521 N.W.41stSt. 376-8000
Tel 377 74)5) Leave Message 45511, I Are you reliable? Dependable?

SIZED CARS, trucks, wheelers. TVs Enjoy a challenge? Have an Interest inexactly
stereos, furniture, computers by DEA, MOVING? how the pages of the newspaperare
FBI, IRS, and US Customs, Available Resourceful student w/full' size truck will *
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to Ind.p.nd.ntFlorida
your area now. Call 1.80S.682.7555 Ext. beat any price in town. 336.0461, 4.25. Alligator between 8-4 and fill out mmmmwmwwm-fm-m-mwm-m-mf-m-m-ma-mmif-rm* .
C.1670 (Call days a week) 4219 19.11 an application. Must be avail for training

immediately Hrs Mon..Fri, 6.10 pmMust THE REITZ UNION CINEMA PROUDLY PRESENTS:
1979 Olds Cutlass Supreme, new paint TYPING
be avail. summer & fall No phone
upholstry brakes, plugs and wires Also,
calls please EOE, The Rrcniuatestarring
trans still under warr $990 Call 371'. 12 SERVICESYOU

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WRITE WE TYPE Sell Avon Full or Pan.time. We Train ( Dustin Hoffman and Anne Banfccrojt

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Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. .
Artist needs GOLD, Gems Class G'vllle Handicapped Typing NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER directed; by rtlfce Nichols

Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ollle'a Fine 3787179 CAMPS MASS Counselor' Positions for 1987
Jewelry 373.9243 program specialists: Team Sports Tennis in
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*Typing reports business legal Man.Kee-NacBoys( ), '190 Linden Ave,
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letters notary *etc Available Horseneck Road, Montville NJ'07045.
Mm storage al I 1.75 & NW 39th Ave 24 hours/7/ days/3722777/ 4.30.75.'12 Please call 1.BOO.776-0520.
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4x4x4 $15/mo' I Graduate Student Affairs

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533 SW 2nd Ave. 377.'1771'
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.I Fast-Same Day Service 3)) Cabinet Staff
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1 1.
nem/Hse Full. Days'Eves/ Long dl,. I Free Proofing' 4)) University Committees : :
Lie/Ins Harry/Bill/ 374.4791. 4.30.75"1))
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SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons I Special Resume Classes
boarding woodser facilities *- --J; APPLY ROOM 305 ,JWRU
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'surprises'- No. 11 Texas combination against'-' USFBy

ing shot after another past her bewildered the match that I thought Campos has always had
By GUERRY SMITH opponent. GUERRY SMITH stamina problems. Chances are the guy is goingto
Alligator Writer Alligator Writer
"I've learned to really mix up my run out of steam"Although
Surprises abounded Friday in the passing shots between angled cross- Although freshman Bruce Haddad has had the 7-2 team score was similar to
third-ranked UF women's dual match court and down the line," Farley said. an excellent season overall, he had struggled at the 8-1 result in the teams' earlier match in
with Texas at the Varsity Courts. "I was a bit nervous all day. I was No. 1 singles entering Sunday's dual match Tampa, the victory was much tougher. Playing
The first shock was that the match nervous when I had the option. But I against South Florida at the Varsity Courts, without its top two players, USF won no more
was not rained out a light rain de- knew I was playing much better than compiling a 1-4 record. than four games in any set of its losses in the
layed the start of play from 2 p.m. until last summer and it would be a whole This time, however, he rallied from a 2-5 first meeting.This time,only two of UFs singles
about 5:15: p.m., and heavy rain ap- new situation." first-set deficit to beat Jose Campos 7-5, 6-2 at victories came easily.
No. 1 singles leading the Ga- Freshman David Blair
peared imminent for most of the day. Farley said she could not have been
Then, when competition began, the better-prepared for the match."I tors to a 7-2 victory. crushed his opponent, Carl
UF improved to 12-6, while The Wennerlind, 6-0, 62.
battle between the second-
g expected and freshmen in was very happy about coming back USF dropped to 8-9. Gators rippedthe Duvenhage moved Blair,the
third-highest-ranked and beating her the way I did," Farley The baseline battle between team's former No. 1 player,
the nation turned into a rout, as UFs Bulls 7-2 Sun-
Texas' said."What helped a lot was practicing Haddad and Campos featured to No.4 singles,a change he
Andrea cruised
Susan Gilchrist Farley 6O, 62. past against Nicole Arendt. She's a lefty, a several long rallies as the two day at the Varsity said he should have made
serve-and-volleyer, and she's got the players ran each other from earlier in the season."I .
And the Lady Gators ((19-2)),who had same game as Gilchrist. It helped so side to side, but Haddad re- Courts. did this i with Warren
struggled to defeat fifth-ranked California u "
much. bounded from crooKS
a SlOW Start to laSt yearIJuvcnn'
in their previous match, won this Fittingly, the match ended when control the match. He broke Campos' serve age said. "I left him at No. 1 singles too long,
one against the nth-ranked Lady Gilchrist was barely able to get her twice in a row to win the first set. and he lost his confidence. I said I made a
Longhorns ((12-4)) without losing a set racket on a Farley passing shot. Over- Haddad said he never was concerned about mistake and I won't do it again,and I did it again.
their victories.
in four of five singles
UF earned a 5-1 victory when rain all, Gilchrist held her serve only twice losing to Campos."He It's not very smart coaching."He .
forced the cancellation of the doubles and never won more than two pointson was playing well, but doing nothing to went out on the court and thought he was
matches. Farley's serve. overpower me," Haddad said. "I was making going to win, and because he thought he was
Lady Gators coach Andy Brandi! "I think Andrea Farley is a much mistakes early. Even if I didn't win the set, it going to win, he was going for his shots."
gave Farley the option of playing No. better player than Susan Gilchrist,and wasn't going to bother me." In doubles, Haddad hurt his left knee in a
1 or No. 2 singles because No. 2 player she proved it tonight,"Brandi! said. Nothing Campos tried in the second set collision with Blair, but continued playing. Al-
Nicole Arendt had beaten Gilchrist be- The entire team,not just Farley,was worked.He hit a couple of drop shots in the first though Haddad was limping after the end of the
fore, but Farley chose the tougher impressive. Nicole Arendt won for the game,but Haddad responded by hitting winners. match, which the duo won 6-2, 6-1 over Chris
match. 16th consecutive time, dispatchingCarla Then, when he ventured into the net, Haddad Marquez and Roy Weinberg, he said the injurywas
She immediately took command Cossa in straight sets at No. 2 passed him with perfectly placed shots. In the not serious.In .
against the net-charging: Gilchrist,who singles, and Holly Danforth, Holly final game, Haddad hit the sideline with one other action,Rick Holton,Jim Spencer and
chose to attack Farley's strength, her Lloyd and Jillian Alexander won their passing shot and the baseline and the sideline Doug Proudian won their matches, while Gary
'backhand. She had lost to Gilchrist in matches. Cathy Goodrich, subbing for with another."I Finnegan lost a tough three-setter.Jim Spencerand
a tournament last year, but this time Amy Alcinl at No. 6 singles, was the felt he played very well," UF coach Ian Jeff Mager lost at No.1 doubles and Warren
she ripped one winning backhand pass- only UF player to lose. Duvenhage said of Haddad. "I told him before Brooks and Gary Finnegan were victorious.

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I Morris emerges as Gators' quarterback leader I


ByGREGQDOYEL Gator Bowl in Jacksonville. starting position just yet,especially since his But with Fox momentarily out of the
Alligator Staff Writer The 6-foot-3.207-pound junior from Clin- primary competition for the job, Brian Fox, picture and Douglas permanently out-he
ton, Miss., completed eight of 11 passes for sat out Saturday's scrimmage with a will transfer to Houston this summer -
Less than a week ago, UP football coach 149 yards and a touchdown as he led the sprained foot muscle. Morris easily outshone the remaining com-
Steve Spurrier was faced with a serious offense to a pair of touchdowns one against "Who knows? Fox was hurt"Morris said. petition in front of an estimated crowd of
dilemma. the first-team defense. still had a stupid 500 at the Gators' practice field.
Spurrier, himself an All-American quarterback Morris was 2-for-2 (a short lob to
for the Gators:>> in the late 1960s,had against the first unit, I Mills in the end Smith completed 10 of 22 for 178 yards
to whittle a group of five quarterbacks to a Including a 30-yard Saturday."I. that Monty Grow and an interception. Matthews was 7for13for
more manageable number-one. scoring strike to senior ). It might 97 yards and an interception.With .
wide differ-
receiver completely
Saturday, Kyle Morris did everything he Terence Barber. the quarterback picture clearing up
quickly Spurrier said his squad is almost
could to make that task a little easier. After his
"Kyle's probably "T swaYing where he wants it to be heading into the
Morris, who started the first six games a ahead of everybody else,"Spurrier said."He quarterback corps for three weeks Spurrier Orange and Blue game.
year ago before his midseason suspensionfor made a lot of fine plays.We're going to have announced a week ago that Morris and Foxa
gambling on college and pro football, fine passing offense. would see more action than sophomores*LexSmith "We're getting closer,even though you're
leaped to the head of the pack at Saturday's Shane Matthews and Donald Doug- never completely satisfied," Spurrier said.
controlled scrimmage, UFs last before this Morris, wary after a month of battling for las, a freshman All-SEC pick a year ago. "There were some excellent efforts out s'
Saturday's Orange & Blue Game at the the starting nod, isn't ready to accept the there today.

I Gators .... I Teams ready


shine at for NCAA

FloridaRelays hoops finalDENVER

F q3 Duke coach Mike
Krzyzewski just wants to play a basketball
game and win a national championship. He
can't worry about Armageddon."I .

don't look at us as the good guys and
Alligator Staff Report them as the bad guys," he said Sunday.

Nagging injuries weren't enoughto '. respect them as a basketball team and aspeople.
prevent two UF track members !;- ."
from each winning an event Satur- Duke ((29-8)) plays Nevada-Las Vegas ((34-'
day in the collegiate invitational di- 5)) for the NCAA crown tonight at 9 p.m. ina
vision of the 47th annual Florida
game that will have considerably more to
Relays at Percy Beard Track. do with man-to-man defenses than the final
Cindy Herceg,who pulled a mus- confrontation between the forces of good
cle in her back last Monday, recorded and evil.
a personal-best javelin throwof
173 feet, 11 inches on her first
attempt to win the division and qual-
ify for the NCAA Outdoor Champi- AROUND
onships, to be held May 30 in SPORTSDuke
Durham N.C.
1 wanted to get a good throw as and UNLV carry impeccable basketball -
quickly as possible," said Herceg ; FLORIDA credentials. The Blue Devils are
whose throw was more than eight playing In their third straight Final Four.
feet better than her previous best. The Rebels have won at least 25 games the
Thaf why I was really happy, be- last eight seasons. Both are bidding for
cause then I didn't have to worry their first national title.
about the rest

Herceg, a sophomore, said she tI Stanford wins women's title
plans to take most of this week off
Sonja Henning
to rest her back. t scored 21 points and Katy Steding added
UF long-jumper Dion Bentley, re- ---' 18 by hitting a record six three-point shots
covering; from a pulled hamstring, .Sunday to lead Stanford to its first NCAAwomen's "
set a Relays record with a jump of
... basketball championship with an
26 feet, 1/4 inch, and also qualified 88-81 victory over the Auburn.
for the NCAAs.UF' .. .
\ < ',' Stanford ((32-1)hit) 11 of26 threepointersand
Dorchelle Webster was
"" "." "" overcame an 11-point deficit and 11
.i" !
named the meefs outstanding female ";"" """ "
She won the 400-( .......,...... turnovers in the first half to win the title
performer. and send Auburn ((28-7)) to its third straight
meter hurdles in 57.80 and ran a leg .,........,..,... I
defeat jn a championship
on the victorious 4x400 relay team. ,, game.
Javelin thrower Tom Pukstys won Auburn's Carolyn Jones scored a game-

his event with a throw of 2521."I -,- high 24 points and also made the all-tour
wanted to throw over 250 every .. ,"'.."..... nament teamMusburger's
time this year,"Pukstys said. "But I contract not renewed
was kind of groggy...it was like DENVER Brent Musburgers contract
throwing in molasses. with CBS Sports will not be renewed and

._,-- his last appearance on the network will be
The Tampa-based Florida Clippers ----"'- at the NCAA men's basketball champion-
dominated the meet, however, --, .,. .'.. ship, the network announced Sunday.A '"t
,,, .
winning many of the distance run- 'v. ,. CBS spokeswoman would not elaborateon
ning events. The Clippers, foundedby b ..l''z( .'$;f>!b.:.!;.." ;' the reasons for the decision.
New York Yankees owner Musburger who joined CBS in 1975 is
George Steinbrenner, are made up scheduled to make his final network appearance
of former college runners and Olym- E.ANN STODOARO-ALLIGATOR tonight when he does the play-by-play .

pic Alligator hopefuls.writer Alex Mane contributed Monifa Taylor was a member ofUF's winning 4x400 relay team Saturday at the Florida at the game.Compiled. .
from United Pros International
to this report Relays.

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I UF leaning toward deal with Sunshine Network I

2.85 million homes in Florida. Such a deal "You have to look at the whole picture," to add UF to its programming schedule.
By would end UFs three-year affiliation with Foley said. "Obviously coverage to our fansis "We have, in the past, expressed interestin
Alligator Staff WriterIn SportsChannel Florida,which is available in important, money is important, the whole the rights to the University of Florida and
recent years, UF has seen its in-state 800,000 homes in the state. bid is important. You have to look at which have continued to do so now that their rightsare
recruiting edge in many sports reduced by package is the most complete." becoming available,"Almstead said.
Both cable networks have placed offerson
Florida State's growing athletic success and the table, and Jeremy Foley, UFs senior UFs contract with SportsChannel ends In many local cable systems,SportsChannel -
increased television exposure. But things associate athletic director,said Friday it will this school year, and sources say it also has is a premium channel which requires an
soon may change -at least on one front. be two weeks before a final decision is made. offered a five-year deal. extra fee. In Gainesville, SportsChannel is

High-ranking UF sources say the Gatorsare But Foley admitted that"exposure is the key Sunshine has carried FSU sporting events available to 40,000 homes, but only 11,000
leaning toward signing a five-year pact element in the whole package, there's no the past two years, and network president pay the $2.90 monthly charge to access the
with the Sunshine Network, which reaches doubt about It." Dave Almstead said his company is eagerGators channel.

( Ole Miss

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O'DomeBy vs. GatorsAlligator

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Mississippi reliever Dickie
Alligator Writer Dixon pitched 6 1/3 innings Sun-

For years,Senior Night has meant one last day afternoon, surrendering only
time for graduating UF gymnasts to show one hit, to lead the Rebels to a 6-3
their stuff in front of a home crowd. Southeastern Conference victoryover
Friday night, no one took that tradition UF at Oxford, Miss.
J more literally than Amy Beispiel and Karen The victory gives Ole Miss the
Brennalt. series victory, as the Rebels defeated
The seniors packed a one-two punch in the the Gators 4-2 in the first
all-around to help 15th-ranked UF pound half of a doubleheader Saturday.
Michigan State 190.85 to 184.20 in front of UF won the second game 5-1.
3,013 fans in the O'Connell Center. Ole Miss ((13-14 overall, 4-5 in
Beispiel,UFs highest finisherat the South- ti. the SEC) rocked Gators starter
eastern Conference Championships last Mike Juhl for four runs in the first
weekend, won the meet with a ,career-high inning to take a lead it never lost
38.30 -the top score for a UF gymnast this UF came back in the top of the
season. second with a pair of solo home
At the SECs, Beispiel placed 11th in the runs by Jim Bell and Mike Mobergto
all-around, setting a then-career-best mark of draw to 4-2, and Bill Minnis
37.55. It's no accident,she said, that she beat scored from third base on a passed
that mark Friday by almost a point. ball to make the score 4-3 at the
This happened to me four years ago whenI end of three innings.
I was a senior in high school," Beispiel said, The Gators ((16-15, 3-3)) chased
"and I realized the last few high school meetsI Rebels starter Michael Cosman,
I was ever going to be in (were coming up). but they could come no closer.
"And now, it's the end of my career and I With the victory Dixon im-
am just working real hard so everything can proved to 3-1. Juhl dropped to 0-3.
be right at the right time. And everything Saturday pitcher Todd McCray
seemed to fall into place today.: worked the Gators out of a fourth-
Although she hadn't finished in the top inning jam and held the Rebels
three in anything yet this season, Beispiel scoreless for the final three inningsto
added two firsts and a second to her all- give UF its lone victory.
around win. She took top honors on the E. ANN STODDARD-AUIGATOR McCray entered the with
uneven bars with a 9.65,and then tied for first gymnast Pam Titus performs in the floor routine during Friday night's meet at two runners on base and game two out
the Center.
on the beam with Brennalt, scoring a 9.70. and the score tied at 1. He gave upa
Beispiel also scored a 9.60 on the floor single, to load the bases, but
exercise,tying with teammates Christina Mc- At regionals, UF will need to place first or "If we hadn't been home would have been struck out an Ole Miss batter to
Donald and Melissa Kutcher for second score a high team total to Qualify- for the different."Weaver said."But--_after__n the___tension n.._._.. end the inning.
place. NCAA Championships and the atmosphereof The Gators staked a 3-1 lead
Brennalt tied her season-best all-around ,to be held April the SECs, every- when reliever Richard Hines gave
-e total of 38.15 to take second overall.Althoughshe 2021.If 1 think everyone had sort thing went like clock- up run-scoring walks to Mario
posted career-high scores on beam and UF doesn't qual- of a relaxed mindset going work." Linares and Joe Russo In the sixth.
bars,she thought she could have done better. ify, it will be the first And McDonaldsaid In the seventh, Moberg scored on
1 had a chance to break my career-high time in the 11 seasons into the meet -just to go she thought the an RBI single by Herbert Perry,
(all-around) until I missed the first pass in Ernestine Weaver has and meet was just what and Perry came around on a throw-
my floor routine," Brennalt said. "You put a coached the Gators.In through actually enjoy the team needed. ing error by Rebels catcher Brian
t lot of pressure on yourself" in your last yearto it for once. "After the meet at Silvia.In .
break those records. anticipation of the SECs, where ev- Game One, Ole Miss broke
But it wasn't the last chance in front of a next week's meet, Christina McDonald eryone was a little bit open a 2-2 game in the eighth in-
home crowd for Brennalt, who tied with UF Weaver said her gym- UF gymnast jittery, it was good," ning with a pair of runs from Lee
junior Pam Titus to win the vault event Friday nasts used the dual McDonald said. "I Hodge and Rob Boyd, who were
night with a 9.60. She and the rest of the meet against Michi- think everyone had tripled home by designated hitter
Gators will compete at home next week at gan State to relieve sort of a relaxed mindset going into the meet Larry Cannon.
their most important meet of the season the tension after their fifth-place finish at th e -just to go through and actually enjoy it for The Gators return to action
the NCAA Southeast Regional. SECs. once; and that's what we did." Tuesday with a game against
Valdosta State College.r .