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I Top- black coaches say... they- weren't contacted I|

Q For player reaction to UF's new head wasn't nearly as regimented as last year's Quality of Life Task Force, said he "wasn't and told members that hiring a black coach
basketball coach, see page 16. presidential search which landed Lombardi.! surprised at all" to hear that Arnsparger? would send a positive message to the campus -
By MIKE DAME After reviewing the list of didn't t contact the black community.

Alligator Staff Writer coaches, watching countless coaches. Arnsparger would not discuss Mondaythe
games and talking to top can- "Nobody ever told me they coaches he evaluated during the search,
UFs search for a permanent head basket- didates, UF Athletic DirectorBill (black candidates) would be but he did say he "reviewed all candidates
ball coach ended Sunday night with the Arnsparger discussed his contacted," Johnson said. "I regardless of color or creed."
hiring of a white coach, despite suggestionsfrom choice with Lombardi! and the wish they had been contactedif
"I don't feel I need share with
UF officials President John two came to a final decision. r they were serious (about con- to names
Lombardi! included that hiring a black Yet several prominent black sidering black coaches), but I you; Arnsparger said. "It's not fair to the
Individual the institution. I the
coach would send a positive message to the Division I college coaches said don't think a black coach could or "respect
university community.New Monday they weren't con- have been hired at this time. confidentiality of those people.
coach Lon Kruger, 37, who led Kan- tacted by UF officials for theY "The time has to be right for Among the people who applied for the UF
sas State University to the NCAA Tourna- job. Among them were Nolan "!**" everything to come about. At job were University of Michigan assistant
ment each of his four seasons there, left his Richardson of the University Arnsparger this particular time, I guessof coach Mike Boyd, who is black. Boyd could
alma mater Sunday to join the Gators. He Arkansas, Mike Jarvis of Boston Univer- they thought they needed a white coach. I not be reached for comment Monday, but
will be presented at a news conference sity and Clem Haskins of the University of don't know why." he was missing at one of Michigan's late-

today. Minnesota. During his first week on campus last see Selection, page 10
UFs search for a head basketball coach Simon Johnson, co-chairman of UF's month, Lombardi met with the task force

UF lobbyists

hope to avoid

budget cutsBy

Alligator Staff Writer

The state Legislature's session opens today,
and UF officials have a simple request for the
lawmakers don't take away anything the
school already has.
UF does have a few perks it hopes to get out
of the session, such as
extra faculty to reduce Floridathe
size of
ate classes
A'w scholarship for Flor-
? 1990
; $ ida's black and Hispa-
nic college studentsand
$1.5 million for the biotechnology centerto
be built in UF's research park near Alachua.

But for the most part, UF is just trying to
avoid possible cuts in its regular budget.

"We will be lucky to get as much money as
r4qBright we had last year,with inflation thrown in," said
Al Alsobrook, UFs top lobbyist. "It's bare
bones time."

Legislators always have problems balancingthe
budget and it takes the entire 60 days of
the session to do so, but this year they have to
lights, city lights do it with even less money. Last year the state
in less taxes than had
I The "Yo-Yo," right, proved to be one of Belle City Amusement's most popular rides when the Gainesville Mall brought legislators
planned, and lawmakers met in a November
hosted the annual carnival that ended Sunday evening. special session to approve the use of $161.6

million in lottery money to cover the shortfall.But .

that was only an emergency move, and
I Lombardi says faculty senate too bigBy this year, legislators must balance the budget
without that money-which means every state

GEOFF BOUCHER for hijn to hear faculty concerns, but the the Senate's agenda-setting committee, see Legislature. page 4
Alligator Staff Writer group may be too big to do its job. says size doesn't hamper the group as
"Whenever you have a body that is 600 much as the attitude of those it represents."I correctionScott
One trait of a great university is admin- members strong, you're going to have think any problem that might exist
istrators that listen to faculty members, UF problems," Lombardi said. "The only thing isn't necessarily because of structure"Taylor Weinstein graduated from UF in 1988.
President John Lombardi says, but at UF, they'll be able to deal with effectively is big said."I think ifs the lack of understanding The Alligator reported otherwise on this page
that exchange may be getting lost amid a issues with simple solutions. Six hundred among the faculty that this is their Monday.
sluggish system. people can't successfully debate and offer forum to address issues here at the univer- Alachua County residents pay no fee when
Lombardi said the University Senate, a into complex issues. It just won't work." sity." they bring garbage to the county's collection
605-member body representing UFs 1,600 But home economics Professor Barbara sites. The Alligator reported otherwise on this
see Senate, 9
instructors and researchers, is a great way Taylor, one of eight faculty members on page Thursday.all. .
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Dawn Elaine Kresge 22 of Gainesville apparentlyran side a local dance club Gainesville police said.
a stop sign shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday at the Officers Corey Dahlem and David Fellerman brokeup
intersection of Northwest 10th Street and Northwest23rd the fight outside the Central City dance club 201 STUDENT GOVERNMENT PRODUCTIONS

Avenue a Florida Highway Patrol news release W. University Ave., Gainesville police spokeswoman PRESENTSGATOR
stated. Lt Sadie Darnell said.
Her 1982 Datsun collided with Officer Paul Gary D. Englehorn] 21,and Michael Kelso 24, left
Forsberg's police car. Kresge's 24-year-old] passenger the club at about 12:30: am., and started a fight with REGGAESUNSPLASH
Robin A. Overy of High Springs died at the people in a car on Southwest 2nd Street, Darnell said.
scene of the accident according to the release. The officers arrested both men and 20-year-old
Forsberg, 29, received minor injuries and was Jennifer Prentis for battery on a law enforcement
treated and released from Alachua General] Hospital], officer. Prentis joined the fight after the officers did,
Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell Darnell said. Dahlem and Fellerman were both
treated and released from Alachua General Hospital
said.Forsberg was driving under the speed limit FHP after the fight. Fellerman was bitten on both forearmsand FEATURING:
spokesman Lt James McClellan] said. He said Kresge Dahlem] received cuts on his hand and a possiblebite
had been drinking,but it is unknown whether she was wound Darnell said. THIRD WORLDTIGER
over the legal limit. -MIKE BRUSCELL


: The Student Health] Out- graduate Economic Society will 2900. INNA SENSE
reach Team will meet today at 5 in meet tonight at 7:30: in Matherly Hall Easter gifts: The Gainesville
Reitz Union Room 357. Call 392- Room 18. Professors Berg and Jaycees are collecting canned goods
1611, ext. 283. Denslow will speak on environmental and small toys for the needy for SUNDAY, APRIL 8 2P.M.
Pasta: Hillel sponsors a spaghettiand and economic policy. Call Easter. They also need monetary
pizza dinner with salad and Michael],3753773. donations and sponsors to fill bas-
drinks this evening at 5:45: at HilleL China: The Chinese Club will kets. Call Alberte Meade, 4959562or FREEUNIVERSITY
Call 3722900. meet tonight at 7:15: in Reitz Union the Jaycees, 3769836.Michelangelo .
Summer In Moscow: Students Room 355. Call David 335-9861. : The Art History
planning to study Russian languageand FRESH: Friends through Racial Association will meet Wednesday OF FLORIDA BANDSHELL
culture will meet tonight at 7:30: Experiences Sharing in Humanitywill afternoon at 4:30: in FAC Room 201.
in Turlington Hall Room 1101. Call meet tonight at 7 in AndersonHall Call 336-8818. KISS 105 S.G.P. .CARIBSA
376-8153 or 392-2101. Room 2. Call Chaylee Priete or Induction: Golden Key's Spring
Ozone: The Undergraduate Carrie Welsh, 377-6733. Induction is Wednesday night at
Chemistry Society will discuss the Education: Joseph Renrulli and 7:30: in the Reitz Union Ballroom.Call .
chemistry of ozone tonight at 7:30: in Sally Reis of the University of Con 392-2112 or 3354574.
Leigh Hall. Call 335-5043. necticut will speak at the conferenceon Football: The Tolbert Hall staff
COAR: Campus Organized gifted education today at 1 in the presents Steve Spurrier Wednesdaynight
Against Rape will discuss acquaintance P.K. Yonge Laboratory School at 8. Call Dana, 395-9349.
rape with Kappa Delta and Auditorium. Call 392-1554 ext. 39. Crisis:The Alachua County Crisis' r MCWU4CD TO SAY N
Sigma Kappa tonight at 7 at the Film festival:The Israeli Feature Center is looking for new Crisis Line YOUR VEGETABLE /* )
Kappa Delta house. Call 392-1161 Film Festival presents Late Summer Counselors. Fifty hours of trainingin /' NOW I GO TO 4ONNY St" -">/
ext. 294. Blues tonight at 8:30: in TurlingtonHall Suicide and Crisis Intervention is
Environment: The Under- Room [L-011. Call Hillel], 372. provided. Call] 372-3659.

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I Orange & Brew to close Adams decision delayedDean

to determine fate of former Today chairmanBy
for renovationsBy
summer EUZABETH CLARKE sistant chairman Chris Morris, who also
presented information on Adams' behalf
Alligator WriterA
PAIGE EWALDSEN and a variety of other hot and cold sand- during the meeting, said they felt confident
wiches will be added to the menu. decision on the fate of former Today Scott would consider dropping the charges.
Alligator Writer
party chairman Ty Adams, who faces pos- Scott would not comment on the case but
Kratzer said the new design will improve
UF's only drinking establishment will sible expulsion after being charged with will inform Adams of his decision later this
service by helping customers get their food
close this summer for renovations that offi- harassment during the recent Student Gov- week,Adams said.
more quickly, even when the Orange &
cials hope will draw more students inside Brew is crowded. ernment election,was postponed until later The charges against Adams were
when it reopens in the fall this week during a meeting Monday,Adams prompted by affidavits filed by four Today

The Orange&Brew,which will close May "When this change takes place,hopefullymore said.Student party members,including graduate student
1, will remain closed until the middle of people will like it and spend more time Services Dean James Scott met and former Today party presidential candi-
August, when the project is expected to be there," Kratzer said."I with Adams, who presented information in date Juan Vitali! and criminology senior
completed, Food Services Director Wes his own defense. Randy Shanafelt, who became Today party
Miller said. want the Orange & Brew to be a place The Student Conduct Committee found co-chairman after Adams, who had been

Miller said Gator Dining Service has ap- where something is always going on," he Adams guilty on charges of violating two chairman, left the party.

plied for a license to serve beer and wine in said. "It should be a place where studentsgo sections of the Student Conduct Code, ac- Vitali, who said his purpose in filing was
the Reitz Union's Arredondo Room while to celebrate the day." cording to a letter from Scott that Adams to prevent further confrontations, said he

the Orange & Brew is closed.In received last Thursday.The feels he accomplished this, but had hopedthe
will knock the south wall
the 12 years the Orange -& Brew has Workers out committee,a five-member panel that committee would recommend counsel-
been in operation,this is the first time major leading to the patio and replace it with a heard Adams' case last week, recom- ing for Adams."I .
enclosed Miller said. Faded tables
reconstruction plans have been made, Reitz glass area mended that Adams receive a letter of rep- wish the committee had recommended
and chairs will be with
Union Director David Kratzer said. furniture. replaced rimand, the least severe of possible psychological counseling," Vitali said.

Service America Corp., the parent com- brighter-colored punishments, which range from a letter of "He's a fine young man, he just needs to

pany of Gator Dining Service,will pay more The entertainment stage, where bands reprimand to expulsion from UF. learn to moderate his behavior."

than $200,000 to complete the project, perform will remain and be rebuilt," Miller However, Scott will make the final deci- Other Today party members said Vitali!
Kratzer said. said. "New televison monitors will be in- sion based on Monday's meeting with should not have filed charges because it

Plans include increasing seating to allow stalled.The footprints are there,yet we are Adams and his discussions with membersof was a petty situation and could have been
audiences to see the stage better, restruc- still waiting for more thoughts and ideas." the committee, Adams said. handled in other ways.

turing the service line for faster service, In a letter Adams brought to the meeting, wry should have never been brought up
adding items to the menu and redesigningthe Kratzer said fire,safety and health inspec- Adams asked Scott to reconsider the evi- on these charges," former Today party
inside Orange& Brew manager Rodney tors must review the plans before they are dence and consider dropping the charges. spokesman Ron Betts said. They could

Cruise said. Pizza, French Dip! sandwiches finalized. Both Adams and former Today party as- have settled it another way."

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backs down on stanceMOSCOW

(UPI) Lithuanian President Vytautas so could bring "grave consequences." ,
Landsbergis said Monday the embattled Baltic Landsbergis refused to consider a total reversal of
republic may be willing to delay establishment of full the March 11 declaration, saying any such suggestion"has
independence in a retreat in his 3-week-old showdownwith no grounds,"Tass reported from Vilnius. $85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam
Moscow. But Landsbergis's remarks indicated the Sajudis ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL
Landsbergis appeared to soften his stand in his nationalists now running Lithuania may be moving
remarks opening a Lithuanian Parliament session con- toward the less confrontational approach adopted in
vened to discuss Soviet President Mikhail neighboring Estonia,-where a new parliament Friday Millhopper Optical
Gorbachev's demand to rescind the legislature's approved a gradual transition to independence.The .
March 11 declaration of independence. Soviet government moved Friday to reimpose
Landsbergis told deputies that "the legal act of control over Lithuania's judicial system, firing newly 2521 N.W. 41st St. 376-8000
independence proclaimed by the Supreme Soviet does appointed Procurator Artural Paulauskas for Viola
not mean the immediate establishment of Inde- tions of the Soviet Constitution"and sending a replace-
pendence on the territory of the republic," the official ment from Moscow.
Tass news agency said. Several hundred people picketed the procurator'soffice
In an earlier telegram to Gorbachev, Landsbergissaid in Vilnius on Monday to protest Paulaskas's GATOR BASEBALL.
Lithuania "has no intention of harming the policyof dismissal Radio Moscow's Interfax news service said. .
perestroika," the Soviet president's drive for Paulaskas was supported by 95 percent of the
economic and political renewal. office's senior staff during a meeting at its head
The crisis in Lithuania has steadily grown since the quarters, Interfax said.
Sajudis nationalist movement headed by Landsbergis The legal system in the Soviet Union's 15 republics FLORIDAvs.
gained control of Parliament in Feb. 24 elections, long has been the jealously guarded prerogative of
chose him as the republic's president at its first session central authorities. .
March 10 and declared independence the next day. Gorbachev's weekend appeals contained the first
In twin appeals to the Parliament and to the outline of a basis for dialogue with the Lithuanian VALDOSTA STATE
Lithuanian people Saturday, Gorbachev urged law- people about their desire to secede from the Soviet
makers to rescind the independence declaration as a Union, which annexed all three of the Baltic states in
condition for talks with Moscow and said failure to do 1940. Wednesday, April p.m.

. Iraq threatens to devastate IsraelKUWAIT McKethan.Stadium I ,,, .Jeld

(UPI) -Iraqi President Saddam Hussein Israel," Rabin told Israel radio. "We have sufficient
threatened Monday to wipe out half of Israel with answers to these threats." FAST PIT'' H C TEST
chemical weapons if the Jewish state ever attemptedto Prime Minister Yitzak Shamir said the Iraq regimeis
attack any target in Iraq,the state-owned Iraqi News "notorious for its brutality," and described the

Agency reported. threats as dangerous. Regis er at the a t rticipate in
"We don't need an atomic bomb because we have Saddam's remarks Monday, monitored in Kuwait, ,
advanced chemical weapons," INA quoted Saddam as marked the Iraqi leader's first major address since the fa p$t chi;rcin, eryone 18
saying during a ceremony to decorate senior Iraqi Britain and the United States last week accused Bagh- or'olderJsSlig! '
officers. "Iraq's chemical weapons' capability is dad of trying to smuggle nuclear weapons triggersinto years
matched only by the United States and the Soviet Iraq.
Union."I British authorities arrested three people and a
swear to God,we will let our fire eat half!of Israelif fourth, an Iraqi, was deported. Grand Prjzfe"- AJpto| Atlanta to see
it tries anything against Iraq," Saddam said. Iraqi officials have expressed concern that the an Atlanta Bravesgame.FOR .
On June 7, 1981, Israel, using U.S.-made F-16 jets, Anglo-American action could be paving the way for a
bombed Iraq's French-built Osirak nuclear reactor second Israeli strike against Iraq's infant nuclear

southeast of Baghdad, claiming Iraq was working on power industry."We MORE INFO CALL: 375-4683
an atomic bomb. Saddam vowed at the time to take have never raised the banner of defiance and
revenge.In we are not challenging anybody," Saddam said. "But
Jerusalem, Israeli officials quickly condemned when somebody tries to challenge us, he will find us
Saddam's threat but expressed confidence in their more solid than a diamond."
ability to repulse any attack."It "If they (On the West) have the illusion that they are
is high time for the civilized world to act in unity giving Israel a cover to strike our industry, they are "Doesn'tevery
and see to it that Saddam Hussein will not have the mistaken."
possibility to pursue his irresponsible and criminal Persian Gulf-based Western diplomats said the
designs," said Yossi Amihud, spokesman for Israel's speech appeared to be designed to improve Saddam's
Foreign Ministry. image as a pan-Arab nationalist! both at home and in Pre-med
"Israel should not disregard such threats," said the Arab world.
Yitzak Rabin, Defense Minister until his resignationlast Earlier in the day,bulletins had interrupted regular deserve
month when Israel's government collapsed. "Butit programs and warned Iraqi listeners and viewers to
is in our power to give a devastating answer several expect an important announcement"As a choice?"
times stronger than Saddam Hussein's threat. for anyone who threatens us with an atomic ,
"And I would not advise him to provoke Israel. Israelis bomb. .we will destroy them with chemical weapons," Ik
strong and Iraq is within serious hitting range of Saddam said in his speech. ,r
k ( Tom Garcia M.D. WAG 75))
Houston Texas
LEGISLATUREfrom gested a scholarship for black and Congress' 1989 session, and the
page 1 Hispanic students that is equal to school is asking the state to match
the Florida Academic Scholars pro- that donation this session. "The right choice was there when I
agency, including universities, will gram. That scholarship offers needed it. I made that choice, and now I'm a
feel the crunch. $2,500 each year to Florida high physician. My alma mater be just right
Getting the same amount of school graduates who have a leasta UF can hope for some extras for may
money UF had last year will be a 3.2 grade point average and a from the session, said Rep. David you. It's your choice.

struggle, but administrators still score of 1,200 on the Scholastic Flagg, D-Gainesville, but he added ........
are asking for about$6.5 million to Achievement Test. the school's most realistic wish is .." r wY
to what it has while Universidad Aut6noma de Guadalajara
improve undergraduate education. Although Alsobrook said it keep legislators ( F
balance the scales betweenthe J School of Medicine
Interim UF Provost Gene Hemp would be tough to get the scholarship .
\ .I
state's growth and demand for Guadalajara, Mexico
this session
said administrators also are askingfor passed expressed
services and the lessening of tax
about$367,000 to add 25 to 50 more hope for UF's $12
more graduate students. million biotechnology center. money. The International ChoiceFor

UPs enrollment of black and The federal government gave
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that connect the school to the business communitycould
be improved.
Alligator Staff Writer
"My impression of the school was that it had very
The last of five finalists for UFs Business Admin- good faculty in place with the opportunity to continueto
istration College dean interviewed for the job last upgrade the faculty in the future," Alutto said.
week and the list will be narrowed again by next Huseman and the other candidates also said the
week. faculty members and students are strong groups.
Search Committee Chairman Sanford Berg said Huseman said he was concerned when he first heard
the committee would recommend later this week or about UPs television replay courses, but the stu-
early next week two to four names to Interim Provost dents he talked to didn't seem to object to them. He
Gene Hemp and UF President John Lombardi!, who said he would emphasize international programs and
will make the final decision. executive development, a program to further train
One finalist, John Kramer, has been interim dean practicing managers.
since August. He wants to continue the job he said The toughest interview question, Huseman said,
hasn't been easy because of the relatively short, was where his loyalty would lie in the UF-Georgia
Af 12-month planning time. football game.
"It makes it difficult to do anything on a long-term "(I told them) the side that paid my salary," he
basis," Kramer said.
But Kramer, former associate dean and Fisher Kraft said UF and its business school have
School of Accounting director,is confident about the the potential to be among the best in the nation, but
experience the job has given him. the business school needs to work on its doctoral
"I have a proven track record this year," he said. student placement.
"I've got a record to stand on." Kroncke said one of the reasons he was attractedto
The other four candidates are Joseph Alutto,Man- the job was the opportunity to work with Lombardi!
agement School dean at the State University of New and the business school's faculty members.
York at Buffalo;' Richard Huseman, University of Committee Chairman Berg, an economics professor -
Y Georgia management. department chairman; John said the finalists were chosen from among 55
Kraft, Arizona State University Business College applicants in a search that began last August. Criteriafor
dean and Charles Kroncke, Management School the job, he said, include good scholarly creden-
dean at the University of Texas at Dallas. tials, strong leadership and management skills. The
Alutto said he was impressed with UFs business ability to represent the business college within UF
school faculty members and students,but programsDon't and to outside groups also is Important.

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the prize for having the most restrictive abortion

laws in the nation goes to. someone else. Idaho Gov.
Cecil Andrus vetoed legislation Friday that would have Yesterday: Today:

given his state the most restrictive law in the country.

The reason he vetoed the bill, he said, was because it
wouldn't have allowed a woman the flexibility to choose o0)

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that would lose, Andrus vetoed it And state legislatorshave o to

convened for this year, promising to rewrite the leg-

islation and bring it back next year. 8 c

Anti-abortionists are upset and call Andrus a traitor,

vowing not to support him in his upcoming reelectionbid.

Pro-choicers are pleased as punch and have decidedto Marl>les Crack

support Andrus' campaign, even though he supports
abortion legislation in
some cases.
So what is the issue? Protecting the right to privacy or

winning this political battle? The pro-choice factions that Rowe is a victimof spected lawyers would representhim Florida does need
for themselves? They
pledge their support to Andrus.because he vetoed this leg-
been victim in all this
that David's a
islation are wrong. He supports abortion in cases of rape, circumstancesEditor too. He's a scared little boy who the J death penaltyEditor
incest and to save the mother's life. He would have .
ap- does not belong in an adult prison.I
:I would like to thank Alissa : I was disgusted by Robert
proved a less stringent bill in a heartbeat, and he probably Ross for writing the words that can only wish more people Raulerson's column in the March
.will next year if he is re-elected. cause me such extreme pain even knew David as I do, and I can only Alligator. It was poor journalismat
Pro-choice advocates need to be consistent if they hopeto to think of. See, I know David hope Judge Sanders has David's best, slander and stupidity at
win. It sends out the wrong message when prochoicers Rowe, and I consider him one of best interests in mind when he worst I had heard UFs College of
friends.I sentences him. of the best in
my true Journalism was one
support someone on one sole decision. It doesn't
guar- I was there with him throughoutthe Jeanne Prettier the country, but if Mr. Raulersonis
antee anything except another battle down the road. 3LS
trial and was with him in the representative of a journalism
car after the verdict The expres- Protest did not senior, I was grossly misinformed.Mr. .
sionless little boy people saw in the Raulerson's attack on the
Adding upThe courtroom leaves an impression accomplish goal death penalty contained the usual
quite opposite from truth.I banal argumentThe
following are a few statistics compiled by Harper's I am a 20-year-old() student vol- Editor: I attended the rally March state of Florida needs the
magazine that are telltale examples of this country, its unteer at the Juvenile Detention 31 in front of Van Fleet Hall, and I death penalty as a crime deterrent
people and its government When we take a step back Center,and I see many kids.SomeI wonder what was accomplished.We Basically, people don't commit
and look at life a little differently, it's interesting what I know can be helped, but othersdon't need to reassess foreign and crimes for two reasons they
kinds of information shows through. have much of a chance. domestic policy,and we cannot for- have morals and values which hold
David's character does not get the deaths of thousands of is
that criminal activity wrong or
Number of months after the Pentagon bought 80,000 match the terrible act he committed South Americans, especially they fear punishment for their ac-
camouflage helmet covers that it found 80,000 in storage: almost a year ago. I would like Bishop Romero. But aside from .
3. to share with you the things David short,emotional speeches, a great tions.I who
and I talked about on the way backto deal of name calling and two acts assume someone
Number of times President George Bush used the a child and throws the muti-
the center that nightFirst of orchestrated civil disobedience
words family, children and kids in his State of the Union lated body in a ditch has few moralsor
he asked me if I was OK. I can't see what was accomplished.The .
values, so the only reason they
address: 30.Number Me? I was the one who neededto speakers called for open
have not to commit a crime is fear
of times he mentioned his opposition to abor- be strong for him. As tears fell, dialogue, yet their opposition was of punishment.Does
tion: 0.Price. I said,"Yes, David,111 be OK,"and not given a chance to speak.If they
smiled as I saw his sincere concern want to educate people then hold a criminal fear spendingtime
of a condom on the black market in Moscow: $10 in an air-conditioned cell
for me. forums,create a speaker's bureau,
Portion of thirtysomething's advertising that was pulled He also wondered if there was host seminars coordinated with the watching /Love Lucy reruns?
from an episode last fall that showed two homosexuals in any way to apologize to Stacy. We Center for Latin American Studies. I know the facts don't support
bed: 3/5. decided that there really wasn't Both groups Democrats and that the death penalty deters crime.

Percentage of men living in Bangladesh who live past He got extremely upset when Republicans, leftists and right The death penalty won't deter
he thought of his grandparents wingers, communists and fascists crime as long as a murderer has
the of 65:55.Percentage .
age : finding out"They have no supportup -whatever they want to call each as much chance of being executed
of men living in Harlem who live past the there,"he said,and after awhilehe other, failed to realize that they for his crimes as he does of winningthe

age of 65:40.Number: added, 1 love them have one bit of common ground lottery.
of times Noriega's prison number was bet in And then he thought of his mom we are all human. If a criminal knew that when

the first Florida state lottery held after he was arrested: finding out the verdict over the We all want peace, love, understanding .. he killed someone he would almost
12,139. radio. His mother shot someone a ,freedom and acceptance.That assuredly die in the electric chair,
month after David's arrest, and is where we should be work we would finally see the murder
David was concerned about her.I ing from,not bickering and squab- rate reduced.In .
alligator Editor I still cry now,thinking of all the bling and trying to shout louder closing, I would like to state
Chabot factors involved, knowing that if than everyone else. that I attended the same junior high
Lucy David does not get good psychiatric No one's probably thought of it, that Kimberly Leach was abducted
Managing Editor Opinions Editor help, he won't make it And but the University Police Depart- .from.The vast majority of Colum-
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton David Rowe deserves to make it- ment, the Gainesville Police Department bia County was glad to see Ted
he's only 14. He's one of those kids and ROTC folks handled Bundy die.Justice .
Letters Policy who could actually become a ben- the situation .
well and concept.Vengeance
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words(about one 8-bylO page). They should be everyone at is an abstract
typed, double-spaced uwtsigned.. They should Include s typed name. addreM and telephone efit to society. I know David and I the rally should remember that however, is not
number. Nemes will If the writer shows Just c.u... If you"have any questions call know that to be true. Sanders3UF'
Nina Mattel Jamie
the editorial page! editor at 37644M
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Senate bill to enforce funding request deadline I I IBy


DEBBIE CENZIPER Tompkins said he will propose an amend the rule does not apply internally. SG has In other business, senators will vote on
Alligator Writer ment that would reword the bill so that always been exempt from the three-month two resolutions, statements of how the Sen-
groups have a 90-day deadline, instead of deadline, only it was never written into law, ate feels about certain Issues.
An organization may have a harder time three months. Tompkins said the wording he said.
getting Student Government money if a re- change would make the bill more precise.He "SG can make rules for outside organiza- The first resolution written by Judiciary
vised bill, which does not allow exceptionsfor said the new bill, which does not allow tions,but they don't necessarily apply to us," Chairman Adam Tanenbaum, states that
missing deadline on special funding requests for any deadline exceptions, may hinder an Meyer said."Giving money to Accent is like student senators want to ensure the safetyof
is passed at tonight's senate meet organization. But groups may take their giving money to ourselves."All cyclists and pedestrians by providing a
ing.The requests to the Executive Cabinet and re- we're doing is making it crystal clear truck-free bicycle lane.It says state vehicles,
original bill would have allowed SG ceive funding through the executive branchof because there has been question in the which park in bike lanes, cause bikers to
to fund an organization if the group had a SG. past," Meyer said. This is to eliminate any abruptly swerve out of the lane.
good reason for not submitting its special "I think that the fact that this bill doesn't kind of confusion. The resolution requests the director of
request before the three-month deadline. leave any room for mistakes or emergenciesunless The bill also states that organizationscan't Transportation and Security to work with
The Budget and Finance Committee and the the group comes up through Cabinet promise SG money to an outside UF administrators to prohibit the parking of
Activity and Service Fee Advisory Committee may be a little unfair,"Tompkins said. "ButI source unless SG grants prior approval, state vehicles in bike lanes.A .
had the power to override the funding believe it will work out because (groups) Meyer said. Groups cannot receive SG
deadline.But can go through cabinet" second resolution, which calls for an
money retroactively, either, Meyer said. If
according to the new bill, written by The only organization the deadline does a group takes a trip, it cannot come back Organ and Tissue Donor Week April 9-13,
Student Body Treasurer David Stern and not apply to is Student Government, which and ask SG for money. If a group has overspent also will be voted on by senators.In .

Senate President Andrew Meyer, no excep- includes Accent and Student Government their budget, however, SG has the money matters if Senate passes a
tions will be considered if the deadline is Productions, Meyer said. opportunity to bail them out he said. funding request on second reading,the Law

missed. Meyer said the bill just puts into writing If the bill passes, it will move to a second College Council will receive $5,087 for two
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I,I Dwayne Thomas Becomes Medical College

Minority Relations Director On July 1

The UF College of Medicine has ap- would be part of the program.In .

pointed Dr. Dwayne Thomas, a research addition, Thomas wants to offer a
fellow in pulmonary medicine, as minority similar program for minority under-
Produced by' UF Information and Publications Services. 355, relations director. graduates interested in health science
Tigert Hall and paid for it usual advertising rates to communicate
Thomas will assume his new careers. Students would take graduatelevel -
official notices and Important Information to responsibilities DR. DWAYNE
students !faculty and staff Carl 392 0186 for information. July 1 after completing his THOMAS science courses during the summer,

fellowship. Although his appointment is College OfMedicine receive training with UF faculty participatein
in the College of Medicine, he will oversee study-skills workshops and prepare for
minority affairs for all six colleges at UF's professional school entrance exams.
USA TODAY Founder Health Science Center. MinorityRelations Thomas also hopes to improve the

Thomas succeeds Will Sanders, who Director financial support available for minority
Speaks At Weimer retired in May after a 31-year career at the students by seeking donations from

Health Science Center. Dr. Lynn Romrell, minority alumni and from major corpora--
Wing DedicationAllen professor of anatomy and cell biology and tions that have shown an interest in help--
associate dean of educationis interim ing minorities.
Neuharth, founder of USA TODAY minority relations director until July.
and former head of the Gannett media em- After graduating from Louisiana State Due

pire, will be the featured speaker at Vfednesdas University's medical school, Thomas com- Applications
In the last 10 to 15 the number of
dedication of the Telecom- years
Flanagan pleted his internship and residency at Alton
munication Wing at the College of jour- Ochsner Foundation Hospital in New minority students attendin Florida For Greek Studies
has with the in-
universities not
nalism and Communications, inner Hall. Orleans. He is currently a research fellowat kept up
UF President John Lombardi will presideat UF working with Dr. Ricardo Gonzalez- crease in Florida's black population. Low Awards
recruitment of medical studentshas Undergrad
the dedication which minority
ceremony, beginsat Rothi, associate professor of pulmonary
1:30: p.m. on the lawn on the north side medicine. Thomas will also become an caused a shortage of minority health Applications are available now for two
of Weimer Hall. Visitors will be able to tour assistant professor pulmonary medicine care providers across the state, accordingto annual awards for undergraduatestudents

the new wing from 2:30: to 4 after his fellowship. Thomas.
p.m. completing About 130 blacks are enrolled in the involved in Greek Studies at UF.

opened The 30,000-square-foot earlier this year, is wing named, which after Dr. Allen Neims, dean of the College of Health Center's six colleges. More than 30 The awards are sponsored by UF's Center
for Greek Studies.
Medicine and associate vice president for blacks from the colleges last sem-
the retired head of Gannett
limas The Michael G. Cantons Medal for Ex-
clinical affairs, said Thomas concern for ester. for two new programs
Alvin G. who from
Flanagan, graduated
quad cellence in Greek Studies is awarded
annually -
minority students and his talent as a to attract minority students.
UF in 1941. The Flanagan Wing houses )
to a senior who has demonstrated
broadcast news facilities, administrative pulmonary physician were qualities that Under one proposal, UF would provide
excellence in Greek Studies.
led to his appointment."Dr. summer courses for high school junior Applicantsmust
offices of the College's radio and television
stations and the Brechner Center for Thomas is interested in recruitingand and senior minority students with a exhibit high academic achievement in
Freedom of Information.A counseling and is an ekcellent minimum 3.0 GPA. If a participating stu- courses taken in the Center including
of Education pulmonary specialist. As a black faculty dent chooses to attend UF, earned credits language courses, and play major role in
state Department grantwas
the primary source of funding for the member, he understands the viewpointand would be applied to those needed for Hellenic and other student organizations.The .
Peter Bill Stathakos
special problems of minority graduation. Preparation for college en- Leadership
$3.1 million wing, but WRUF-AM/FM/ and
the late Joseph Brechner, an Orlando students," Neims said. trance exams and general study skills also Award minimum is 3.0 given overall to a GPA junior, successful with a

broadcasting executive, also contributed work in at least three courses in Greek

funds for the project. Studies and participation in campus or

UF AwardWinningPoet I CAMPUS 'jLedtJ' THIS WEEK I community Application organizations.forms are available at 102

Dauer Hall and must be returned there no

Gives ReadingAwardwinning later than April 10. For more information,
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TODAY contact Dr. Karelisa Hartigan, associate
poet Debora Greger will professor of classics, at 3922075.
read from her work tonight at 8 p.m. in LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO- CENTER FOR WETLANDS LECTURE,
Room 105 of Fine Arts Building B. QUIUM, "Desenvolvimento Sustentadodo "Modeling of Marsh Vegetation in Savan-

Greger, a UF associate professor of En- Acre, Brasil by Mancio Cordeiro, nah River Wildlife Refuge,"by UF systems Traffic Alert Due To
glish, teaches poetry. She is the author of agriculture secretary for state of Acre, ecology assistant Leonard Pearlstine, 11:45:
two collections of poems Movable Islands Brazil, 11:45: a.m., 376 Grinter Hall. a.m., Room Stadium ConstructionThe
and And. She has won the Grolier Prize ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Developmentand CITRUS PRODUCTION SEMINAR,
and the Peter I. B. Lavan Award, as wellas Evolution of a Novel Type of Pelagic "Citrus Cooperatives: Organization and University Police Department is
fellowships from the Guggenheim Starfish Larva," by Florida Management," by Haines City Citrus advising students, faculty and staff to
Foundation and the National Endowmentfor assistant professor of UniversiEf McEd- Growers' Association general managerBen pay special attention to dump trucks

the Arts.Nationally. wards, 3:45: p.m., all. Abbitt, 1:55: p.m., 2302 Fifield Hall.BOI'ANY now regularly pulling out of the service
known poet John Hollander CROM CIVIL ENGINEERING LEC- drive between the football stadium and
called Greger "a powerful narrative TURE, "Construction Engineering for SEMINAR, "Advances" in the Florida Gym.
of Proteins
poet..for whom knowledge is a matter of Segmental Bridges," by Joseph LoBuono, Denslow Microsequencing, assistant research scientist, by Nancy The trucks will be clearing the area
the highest feeling:' Greger's work at- president of LoBuono, Armstrong and Center for UF through the mid-May in preparationfor
bring the boundaries of Associates, Tallahassee, 4 p.m., 328 Weil Interdisciplinary Biotechnology resurfacing Florida Field with
Research, 4 211 Bartram Hall.
mythology into the everyday world. Hall.MATERIALS p.m. natural grass. Flagmen and barricadeswill

The reading is free and open to the SCIENCE SEMINAR, GENERAL FOODS FOND SEMINAR, be stationed at the intersection of
public. 'Technological Applications of Biological "Food Safety: Three Decades and the service drive and Stadium Road

Microtubles,"!by Joel Schnur, branch head, Beyond," by Richard Swanson, director of from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. today
Faculty RequestedNot Center for Biomolecular Science and Food and Drug Administration's Divisionof Saturday. According to state law, vehicles -

Engineering, Naval Research Office, Emergency and Epidemiological Operations and pedestrians must obey flag-

To Give Exams Washington, D.C., 4 p.m., Bless 4:05: p.m., G-086 McCarty Hall. men's signals. UPD will increase pa-
Auditorium, Williamson Hall. trols in the area to assure signals are be-

During PassoverThe TION LECTURE, "Immunological Meth- MANY information session led by Helga
Kraft, UF
od for Detecting Collagenase Activity in associate professor of German

Office of Academic Affairs has ask- the Muscle of Fish," by: Norman Haard, and Mannheim study program director 5 Fall Registration Begins
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Tuesday and Wednesday, April 9-11, of Marine Resources, University of FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE LECTURE, Wednesday In Tigert Hall
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Wednesday many SUMMER STUDY IN MOSCOW geography
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participate in the Passover Seder meal, a led Eva Eichhorn, AFRICA Auditorium
departure meeting, by AMERICAN day through Friday in the basement of Ti
religious occasion, on Monday and Tuesday HERITAGE
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u exams or lab tests must be by University
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of the Moche Elite, by UF anthropology ment of for fall
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SENATEfrom agree with (Lombardi) that it is too big, planning of where the university is going." March 5, says he plans to gather more
page 1 I think that is part of the reason.There's Taylor said Lombardi's arrival also can information about the Senate before he
enough_ prestige for being a Senate help the Senate gain credibility. thinks about possible improvements Even
An important duty of the Senate is because of then,he says,any changes will be generatedby
UFs academic calendar deciding size and because "We have a new the group itself.
such as finals week and Spring Break. vote on things "We have a new president, president, so there'sa
torically, the Senate has been seen are not the most chance to get a "You can't have the president step in and
powerless body by professors who things in so there's a chance to get a fresh start," said tell the Senate how to run itself," Lombardisaid.
about its size, the scheduling of world. fresh start. Taylor, who began "If the president does that, then youdon't
and a general lack of direction. said."I teaching at UF in have much faculty governance, do
you? If there's a need to alter the Senate
"We vote on -Barbara Taylor 1977. "Dr. Lombardican
Material engineering structure, then the specific proposals will
like and
changing support en-
Fereshteh Ebrahimi, also a member of Senate Steering Committee come from the Senate members."
of depart- faculty
name courage
Senate Steering Committee, said
Ebrahimi members to bring
depth to Senate and
more agendas
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lining the could help
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perceptions. concerning the whole campusand have can promote a climate to encourage partic- input when he took over at UF, calling it "a
The Senate does not play as influence in the direction of the uni- ipation." key to steering the university toward aca-
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Walk to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-1280. Villager/ West 800 NW 18th Ave. ibd apt July 31, fully turn 3bdr/3ba $228.33/mo needed micro washer fac. 4 bike from
BR In 3br/3ba Oxford Manor 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. In nice quiet neighborhood. College Park Only need I-F rmmt. Please call 336- campus. Call 378.1 855. $200 mnth 8 1/3
Townhouse avail MAY 15-AUQ 15 end be- Plus LMR. Pool laundry no cats or dogs. Properties 411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 4. 0248. 4-6-7-4 utll. 4-4-3-4

yond. $233/mo neg. Call Rob 3717755. Santa Fa Trace Apts. 3781190. 4-30-75-
4-3-5-1 2 Studio ibd. and 2bd apts and houses DONT LIVE ALONE this summer! Sublet Rmmt needed for summer own bdr In
avail! now and for fall.Walk to UF I Best the 4 sum C-lg bdr In spacious 3bdr twnhse 2bdr/1 1/2 be twnhse. Option to rent

Oak Glade Apia. Near UF ft VA, quiet rutht College Park Properties 411 NW (Oak Foreat-furn) or unfurn-t78/mo + whole place In Aug. Patio fenced yrd
Roommate Neededto washer/dryer available In most units for 15th St. 3717777. 4-3-5-2 1/3utll (negl-rmmates) are 21 & n/. call pets ok. close to UF/bullin.. 335.5047 or
share 1 bdrm/1 bth apt across fromTlgert $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath 335-2550 4 more Info. 4-4-5-4 17432851. 4-6-5-4
Bel Air 636 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd/2ba
for Fall. Contact Tim
3771085. 4- $250-1350, sec & Imr. 372-8422. 4-30-
3-5-1 75-2 and Ibd apts. Large Oaks. College Park Reap person seeks house to rent. Max Sublet summer C Spyglass apt. 3bed'
Properties NW 15th St. 3717777. 4- $375-$425 prefer within 20 mln drive of 3bath furnished, washer/dryer, will to
$14 utll Incl. 3blks to UF. Private entrance SPACIOUSONE 3.5.2 SR24 ft '175. Local ref. avail. 375-6703 Iv sublet I to 1, 2 or 3 persons. Leave message

single rm off. upper class or grad BEDROOM APT meg. 4-4-5-4 336-0211. 4-5-4-4
Near UF, clean! 2bdr/1 b., new
call 372-1862 aft. 5. 4451Brandywlne. ONLY $283MO.LYONS very carpet -
APT flr.pl.c.c., wash/dry hook-up F n/s to sublet. room In Brsndywlne for WINDMEADOW: Lrg Ibdr apt. No de
1 r assume 4000 SW 20TH AV. 3774797 avail. Aug. $330/mo. 3731558. 4-10-10- summer months rent neg 335-3817. 4-6- posit. $37S/mo. Call 373.3558 or 377-
lease In summer, prfn.iI'37;. 4-30-71-2 2 7.4 4105 evening. 4-13-10-4
INCREDIBLE Attractive, clean apts. & houses, close to Oxford Manor Ibd avail! May 7 option for Hawaiian Village sublet May thru Aug.
LARGE house beside campus nd 3 ns Efficiency Apt. UF, avail 'for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs. renewal In Aug. Excellent location. Call Ibd/lba $3lO/mo great condition. Call
to replace gradi. $135.170/mo.ut. Starting $185 Call 405-9024. 4-30-24-2 378-9783 Iv nug. 4-4-5-4 336-1834 Iv m.g. 4-6-5-4

fsll/sum. Own Room. 335-7797 gd luck Starting $238/ 2 B.droomMEADOWCREST
Stace. Will. Kirk. 433.1 Sublease 2/2 starting summer 90 close to SUMMER SUBLET New Spacious We'll pay U $75 to sublet May-Aug 15.
371-3988 UFo central' a/c, dishwasher new rug. Immaculate WINDMEADOW Apts 2bdr/2ba. 338- 2Bdr/28a furn. $485. Gatorwood. Closeto

Large room separate entrance, private 375-3861 conditions great neighbors 335- 0077. UF. Call anytime 377-9193. 4-13-10-4

bath fireplace close to UF, NW secluded 4-30-70-2 6575/372-1509.
area $350/mo. 3711745. 4-6-8-1 Apts.-2bdr/2ba, furn. at Sublease for summer 2Bdr/2Ba/ at Rocky
LG 1 Bedroom close to May Point. $429/mo. Call Lisa at 378-5397 or
Check Our New Specials' campus $490/mo, unfurn. at $425/mo., May-July.
ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145 for Sum- All Amenities Available $235.00 Call 377-9377. 445.2 375-4313. 4-11-10-4 335-9455. 4-6-5-4

mar Spring & Fall also' avail at CLO. Incl FURNISHED UNFURNISHEDRoomm.t.
10 meals/wk. sill pd 1 blk to UF. Student .. Available 2bdr duplex SW 17th Av close/ to UF pets Frazsr H.. Apts sublease for summer Lakewood Villas i Sublease May-Aug
runll 377-4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th St. We're No.1REGENCY add $265/mo call Key Management 372- option for fall 1 ibdr/iba, price nego. iblk turn bdr own be, waih/dry attractive and
4-13-10-1 3060. 4-55-2 to UF 336-6236. 4-4-5-4 clean only $242/mo. 335-5589 leave
message. 4-13-10-4
378-5766 2 rooms for r.nlln Victorian home. Wood Summer sublet. May to Lakewood
Aug.15. -
Large one b.droom'.pl., four blks from
campus, N.W., a/c no d/c private and 3230 SW Archer Road floors, large porch. Duckpond area. Available Villas 2bd.loft room 2bath. Please Sublet thru Aug. Colonial Manor Apt. 5
qulat. $245/mo. $175 sac. Call Walt 338- COUNTRY GARDENS May. 371-4935. 4-5-5-2 call Lenny or John at 33S-6237.4-4-5-4 mln walk to UF on SW. 1 br/1 be 'urnl.h.d.pool. .
373-4500 $245/mo. Call Lee 378-3190. 4-4-
2001 SW 16th Street 2 Ibd apts, SW. cent heat/air, on bus 1 Lg. 2bdr/2ba. pool tennls/rscquetball 3-4

rm privilege most util pd avail now 1 avail! mid-May $275. Includ./ courts, aauna May-June only $490/mo.,
summer $ i35/mo fall $ l65/mo 4bdr apt. Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the water annual, ..., 3730701. ....5.2 Call/lv messsge 335.5408. 4-4-5-4 F grad student for 3bdr condo In
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/Info 372-2284 price of on. Pool tennis, sauna, wt. Duckpond area. Central' heat/ac
3714243. 4-3-1-1 room. Stonerldge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE CLOSE TO UF. Oxford Manor-2bdr/2ba, avail. In May wash/dry. Sublease May-July. $185 ft
3751121. 4-30-45.2 AVAIL NOW $350/MO. 378-5496.SALLY. $464/mo., for more Info call' 338.1478. utilities. 373-5712. 4-3-2-4

FOR RENT: Solve Parking Problem! Walk to UF from 4-6-5-2 4-6-7-4 Roommate needed to sublet 3bdr/3ba apt

Anglia (NW 8th/15th Str) Modern well kept Spacious 2BR apt. 5 mln bike to campus, OXFORD MANOR In the LAURELS. Starting summer A
2 UNFURNISHED Apts ea w/own washer/dryer cent ht/ac. central air, pool. Indry available 5/7-8/18 Sublease for summer! 3bdr73ba. Town- $250/mo. Call Tracy 3354085. 4-6-5-4
Now renting for f.lIlyr lease 1st ft last with option to lease $320/mo. 375-2193. housed! Price negotiable! Please call
2 bdr Apt In duck pond area house, fireplace dap. $460/mo 2bdr/1 b.. $6lO/mo 4-6-5-2 3353513. 4-3-4-4 Wlndmeadows phase 2 sublease 2bdrmof
wood floors, citing fans, big yard 3bdr/2ba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 338.8354 3bdrm/3bth apt. for Sum. C wi option 4
avail May 1. $325/mo 374-8148. 4..5.2NE 392-0554. 4810.2 1/2 block to UF11241 SW 4th Av. 821, 2nd Graduating!) Sublet 2br/lba for summer fall 336-1377 Rena or Kelll $210/mo. neg.
story security! Available Immediately! close to UF,380/mo Call Joyce 376-7412. 485.4 _
Historic district Ig. Ibdr, wood floors, ALoft Unlt-totally awesome! 1 ibdr $260/mo neg. Call Will at 377-8780. 4-6- 4-4-5-4
central heat/ac fenced backyard avail. near/UF fantastic deal' at only $200/mo (I 5-2 Looking for a great place for Summer? In
April, $27S/mo. 3770361. 4-4-5-2 pay 320)) for Msy15-Aug15 call me& 335- Sublease Sun Bay Apt. 51815. Nice Oakbrook 3rd floor, single rm woption for
4374. 4-6-10-2 Big Home 8. Yard trees, close to UF grounds, quiet clean new. Call evenings fall May June, July. $380/mo. 3766611.
4bdr/2ba, carport brick fireplace, bb goal', 378-4619. 1 1bdr.280/mo tl1. 4-4-5-4 ..e.5."
LASER PRINTING Workout no pets. 1-May $600/mo. 1-Aug 700. Prefer
1 FREE ll
G grad students over 21.376-2016. 4-6- PLEASE sublet for summer. Spacious 3/4 Plnetree Gardens, sublease for summer
with this ad!
no limit GYM F/J) ...2 ml to campus $160 nego. Call Neil 378- spacious 1 bdr apt price neg. Please call
QP no wait t..a 8346 keep trying okll 4-4-5-4 3357345. 4-6-4-4
manytypestylesvolume 1 month trialmembership Mmnn::::. 1 bdr housescreened porch/deck 2 entrances

discounts $10 IOU w. ?STREET $295 Inc utll. no dip no last mth. MAY-AUGUST, lbr.1 b..fur.qul.town 1 BLOCK FROM CAMPUS. Furnishedroom

DOWN ceew 11-1 NJ 1 Year warn 376-8400, Oil Archer ft 34 St. Pets OK.Call 378-6880 parklng.low util.pool.great m.'n.50'off' avail for Summer C semester. Call
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PC Lab, 17 fc Univ. 172-6500 ow ftPW"W&a Iv m.g. 4-5-3-2 May $260p/mo after.Call Pete,378-8468 3352202. Leave message.. 4.5.3-4
378-7042. 4-4-5-4
Sublet 2bdr/2ba May-Aug option for fall. Summer Sublet Treehouse Village,
s $440/mo or own bdr/ba for $220/mo ft1/2 n/s t for 3bd/3bth Windmeadowi apt avail. $160/mo Call Jack 375-4689. 4-0-5-4
utll. Call 375-3246 leave messsge. 4-5-3- now-Jly 31 own bd/bth $175mo + 1/3utl.
2 great deal! for more Info call Cassia, 338- Sublease until July 31 I. fully furnished
1133. 4.4-5.4 1 bdr/1 b. apt SW area. $200/mo avail Map
POINTS OF THE GALAXY DAILY) 2bdr/2ba, new carpet fenced yard dlih., 5.335-4870. 4-9-5-4
cent heat/air wash/dry hook-up near SUBLET for for fallat
: summer term, option
WMigm, flop W, .n.... Mm Pit.t Unlit... Oaks Mall $285/mo & $250 dip. 332- STONE RIDGE APTS 3bd/3ba. Call ROCKY PT. master bdr/ba In spacious3bdr
Mal l lie OUnMvllM HM4th *
1T4-MOO 4623." 4-16-5-2 now! 336-0520. 4-5-6-4 apt., pond view pool turn $190/mo.
335-6300 Iv message, must.. III! 4-9-5-
1 or 2 persons to take over lease for sum Spacious Condo Summerset Village, 4
mer. 2bd 2bath at $235 per penon. Oak across from Shands 2bdr/1 1/2ba, new
SPRING SOFTWARE MADNESS Forest Apts. 373-4220 ask for Tally. 4-9- carpet sublet starting May flex call Ted CAMELOT 2bd/1ba, unfurn. April FREE!
376-1296. 4-4-5-4 Lease ends In Aug. Good location pool
sauna, laundry. $425/mo. Call 3746576.
$ 40% OFF LIST PRICE $ MOBILE HOMES: Ventura Apts. sublet for summer. 4-12-6-4

2bdr/1 b. Fully Furnished $350/mo. great
SOFTWARE* 3 FOR RENT/SALE cond. Call 330-1693 Leave Messsge. 4- Sublet Summer I br/1 ba apt option for
ON ALL COMPUTER 5-5-4 fall 1 blk from UF. Price neg. Call 371- ..

'80 Mobile Home for sale. 2 bdr 11/2 bth. 6265. 4424Summer
IBM AMIGA MAC Good Cond. Part Furn. Ctr ae/ht. Live at Oakbrook this summer! Close to

Wash/Dry. $5500 obo 373-2227 or 377- campus, own bedrm/bath.fully furn. A Sublease: Oxford Manor,
Productivity (many new titles) 4374. 4-5-5-3 steal at $250/mo.1/2 utll. Call 376-1261 3bdr/3ba. rent for May. Is Free! Call 375-
eves. 4.554SPYGLASS 5871 Iv. message. furn. For sale also.

Games (Including TOP TEN) 4-9-5-4
SUBLEASE: Sublease May-August
Special Orders (almost anything you want!) BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse, furnished OXFORD MANOR sublet master bdr....
4 HOUSE/APT. must see, please leave message summer C, across from pool, furn,
336-8254. 4-6-6-4 $200/mo. Call 3711617. 4-6-4-4
Florida Book Store
FREE May ft Oct RENTI)
Have bdr/ba Oakbrook MoveIn French Quarter 2bdr/1 1/2 ba, unfurn.
own at apt.
1 bdr/l b., Pets OK, Pool. Laundry ft
Computer Dept. Avail April August option for fall. Closeto
Hook-up dish wash, cent ht/ec porch now pay from May to Aug $350/mo(rig
1614 W. University Ave. $280/mo. 332-0566. 4-3-6-4- 390)4.3-3.4) wash/dry micro ful furn. 335-2865. UF. $355/mo. Call 376-6073. 4-8-4-4

376-5606 SPYGLASS APTS: Lease ends MO. Option Large furn 2bdr/2ba twnhs In March-. Classifieds. .

Except discounted educational software to renew. 2bd/2ba quiet zone. Only wood for summer sublet $42S/mo obo Continued on next page. >V
$500/mo. 338-6910 after 4. 4-5-7-4 336-0820. 4-5-5-4



Casa East sublet for master bdr/ba in an In the Pines POLO'SII Own furnished bdrm ft bath In MICRO CENTER/ Computers 378.1145Edltor'l
C 1 or 2 to sublease own .
persons ((2 may & 1/3 choice CompuAdd Northgate
bed/bath waih/dry/ $250/mo call twnhse, close to UF, avail. May-Aug. Big 3/3 apt. Avail May 1 $240 nego.
start 1 yr lie) 2 bd. Homestead pool, util/mo cable ft more. Call335.58481I1v, H P. Price sam or lower than mail
377.3832. 4-4-5-5 rough lor 21 $250/mo. Call Sarli 371-
turn, good looking people" $196/per.335- 1833. 4-6-6-S menage. 4-9-5-5 order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb

9557. 4-4-2-4 I want to live In The Laurels or ((28m), graphic monitor, ...
CHEAPI! n/s f needs same to share spa- MC 266/12 $1185, Packard Bell $1295,
Windmeadow for Fall. How about F/N/S to share 2bdr/iba ( $160/mo.
Oxford Manor ibd avail May 7, option for you? urn., .
clous turn NW home May-Aug. $135/mo MC 3B6ix $1495. Northgat 386/20
renewal Aug. Nice, clean, ft car Pleat Call Karen at 336 0077. 4-4-5-5 1/2 utll., lummer C + (fall, behind Norman
gray & 1/2 utll. Dog okay. Fenced yd. 372- $2398. PB 286 laptop w/ hd ft battery .
CI1I373-UI8. 455.5
Hall April free
pet. Big enough for twol! Call 378 6515 lvmig. .
810 w/ 20mb ft
4-9-5-4 M/F for gorgeous 3bdr home In duck pond 9858 eves. 4-6-4-5 $ 1100. CompuAdd graphic
area. Witty N/S preferred. Wood floors, HEY YOUI! Nice, Fun, Jewish female to monitor $970.1 ft 3 year warranties.
French Otr close to 2bdr I2 bay window, ac/ht, fireplace, (ence/yrd share a room In a 2br/2ba In Brandywine. F roommate needed for summer. Own Onsite warranties. Panasonic "1180 printer
ba, 1 rmmt. $177,50 campus a 1/2 utll neg. 336- $200/mo 4 1/3 utll avail Mayl, 374-8148. $150/mo and summer It FREE! Call Jennifer bdrm/bath apt, fully furniihed. Spacious $185, HP Laser Jet lip $'040. 3743 W.
1010' Chris/Rolf. 4-17-11-4 4-4-5-5 at 372-1887 NOWI! 4-5-S-5 apt, nice complex. Rent negotiable. Call University Ave. 4-30-65-6
336-9375. 4-8-5-5

FEMALE RMMT Oak Foreit. own matter Oxford Manor Frmmt to share 2bd2baapt. F N/S rmmt needed to share 2bdr/3ba FUTON & FRAME SALE!
bd/ba, waah/dry, pool, vb/tn/bb. $200/mo ,240/mo+"/2utll. Avail may 5. Call condo with/dry/ SW ara. $225/mo ft1/2 2 fern roommates needed for summerfalland From only $200. per set
ft 1/4 util. Sublet for Summer. Call Alll, 377-9751. If no ens.leeve mig. 445.5 utll. Avail Immediately. Call Karen 373- spring. $150 each plus 1/3 of utllltlei Call Matt 377-5650. 4-30-26-8
335-5954 4-6-4-4 2388. 4-8-55 In 3bed/2baih townhouse. Call 3752441.

ROOMIES needed ASAP for big orange ft Formal' Gowns Handmade out of town.
blue shuttered home corner of Archer ft Prof N/S to share 3bdr/2 1/2 ba furnishedapt 6 FOR SALE Sizes: 5-11, assorted colors, $30 to $80.
5 ROOMMATES 13 St across from UF-fully furnished utilities for summer $174/mo part util. 332- 335-5417 Lv Mig. 4-3-5-6

lncluded-washer/dryer-225-Mlchelle 6520. 4-8-5-5 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr/1ba. 335-9768. 4-6-7-5 brand are all at our New Location! Car Spring Iambi for Eaiter. Hair sheep, meat
Jacuzzi, launa, wt. room, huge pool, 1/2 F N/S wanted for aummer. Own room In Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- goat, wool sheep. Grain (ed. Slaughtercan
..ml." to UF, $230/mo/ for own room, 1/2 Oxford Manor-neat nil F to sub summer (turn 2bdll bl apt. Quiet & clot* to UF. 2070. 4-30-75-6 be arranged. Ron Prokop 462-5196
cable ft utll 372.2857 Dennis. 4-30-28-5 own upstairs! br/ba. very clean I rent nego- Asking $150/mo, / ft "/2 utll. Call 371-2261. Alachua. 4-3-5-6

cheapl) 1/3 utilftw/d. op. call 373-5396. 4-4-3-5 Rockford, Foagate, Yamaha, Pioneer,
Roommate wanted to share 3bdr 2ba 44.55 Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best For Sale' Nikon-N2000 Camera Body,
house 6 mi. east of campus. Washer- Female to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse In Car Sterlo Installer In town. Car Ste. Nikon 50mm fl.' lens, Vivltar 550 FD
dryer and many extras. $175mo2 F for own bdrm/bath In a 2bdrm/2bath apt. SW Ares, fully furnished, wash/dryer reo to Go, 315.134. 4-30-756 flash. Retail $800, will sell for $400 nego.
Util. 376.6827. 4-3-5-5 Big enough for 2. Regency Oaks apts. No J225/mo & 1/2 util. Call at 3356273. 4- Call Gary at 336-6211 Lv msg. 4-4-5-6
dep req. 200mo. Call 375-0975. 4-4-5- 13-10-5 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
Female N/S Rmmt to share 2bdr/1ba/ Apt 5 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Moving-Must Sell Akal 100 watt receiver
'nSmo2 utll, walking distance to M/F for Ig. 3/2 Greenleal twnha Yard demo. Call 338.11'g3 student Iv. menage. $125, sofa and chair $150, sewing machine -
UF. Call 377-4244. 4-17-15-5 ATTENTION: Rmmt wanted for own room and woods, (turn, share w/ 2 Fs $l75moft $40. Call 376-6365 alter Spm. 4-3-
In 2br apt FULLY furn. LOll of extr... 1/3 util. Mull i**. May 1. Aron 371- Car Alarm,Aulopage, Chapman. Home
N/S F to share 2bdr/'ba Apt at Homestead Walk to UF 374.8563 leave menage. 4- 4563. 4435F and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul, Sher TIE-DYE t-shlrts, professionally done,
own bdr. Avail May 5, $175/mo a 4-5-5 wood, and more. We Beat All Priced only $8 each Bryan or Rodney anytime
1/2 utility. Call 335-3745. 435.5 N/S Rmmt wanted Own Bdr/Ba 4-30-69-6 335-6413. 4-3-4-6
Roommate wanted, own room, male or $21 S/mo & 1/2 util. For summer. For more
Looking for M N/S Rmmti( ) to share Fair female rent $100 4 "/3 util call 336-1541, Info call Lisa at 378-5397 or 335-8455.
mont Oaks Summer C w/ option to stay 4-4-5-5 6-5-5

beyond. Howard 395-7256. 4-6-6-5 Slice of Mice Voel Klein
by Virginia
Eaiy-golng n/a fm for summer C. Own OAKBROOK WALK F/M sublet for summer -
Roommate wanted for 3bdr/2ba house, room In 2tbbth apt walk to campus! own bdr/ba/ fully turn, walking distance I
convenient NW location, nice neighborhood $175 + 1/2/ util. Call 377-8758 Ive mes to UF, rent neg. 3352498. 4-6-5-5
unfurn, $225/mo/ a 1/2 Utll., $100 sage. 4-4-5-5
sec. Call Tawnya 375-6173. 435.5 Rockwood Villas N/S F Own bdr/ba for
Cheap! 130/mo + 1/2 utll. for your own sum and/or fall. $225/mo/ ft 1/3/ utll, price 041 11 I'mA
Share luxury lakefront condo w/quiet mature room. Start In Maya can continue. Close nego for mm. 338-4998. 4-16-10-5
N/S F prof. Avail 5/12. Near to UF, pool ft ae. Call 335-0589 for Inter. tA\
UF/Shands, next to Hilton. $350/mo "1/2 Roommate to hare 2bd/1ba duplex 2 4yotnes't!
utll Incl-own bdr/ba pool, wash/dry, cable NEED F to share 2 bedroom apt for Fall. block to Norman Hall. $ 42.502 util-! .
a wkly maid serv (let mo + $350 damage Fully (urnlihed-cloi to campuslss( thana Itl... Call Mark at 378-7452. 4-8-5-5
dep) 376-7728 Iv mig. 4-6-7-5 mllel) 210 a mo. Call Lynn 335-7668.
1 or 2 N/S/ F Rmmts needed to share 3/2
P rmmt 1BR In 3BR apt. Summer C. $166 Roomate wanted to share 2bdr fully furnished adorable apt. for summer C. Own room at
Spacioul apt. Pool courti. May rent free. rent nego prefer' professional' female reasonable rat*. MUST SEEI! Tracy at
I Call Julie Iv mig. 378-6591. 445.5 or single mother call or Iv mig 371-9285 lv Message. 4-B-8-5 V
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Share 4bdr house across from Odome for OXFORD MANOR
summer, walk to school, own rm $150/mo 2 bedrms w/bath In 3/2 house, furnished Roommate needed for summer. Own master
+ 1/4 utilities Call a Iv msg Maureen 372- herded firs fence, pet ok, quiet, bdr, own master bath, own walk-In 1
7162. 4-4-5-5 1ml to uf. 1 look Is all It will take. $225, closet. Low rent. 376-9768. 4-0-5-5
375-7169. 4-5-5-5

Roommate wanted to share a two bed N/S F to share for summer 3bdr/3ba apt
room/two/ bath townhouse flat. $210/mo M/F N/S roommate needed for summer at Polo's, wash/dry, wt. room, pool, optionto
plus half utilities. Call Dominick 378- Own bdrm In.4bdr/3ba apt. $ 50mo4 stay for (all. Call 336-5658. 453.5
1034. 4-4-5-5 Utll. Call 332 6550. 4-5-5-5

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GREAT HOUSE near law school-OWN Summer and/or/ Fall/Spring. N/S for own furn, pool, near law school. Only $200/mo
room In 2-itory new home-W/D dw, fp- furn. bdr/ba In Rockwood Villai, $250 + & 1/2 utl. Own room and bath. Call 373-
avlb_May 1-rent NEG + '/3 bllli 3775789. 1/3 util. Call Pam 3354469. 455.5 1562. 4-5-3-5 I

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SAILBOAT 1989 Holder 14 by Hoble. Complete bedroom set: Incl dbte Graduating! Must sell 37-hlgn 20-long Fish tanks 10 & 20 gal. Must Sell! Excel. cond. condo 2br/2ba,
monohull complete spinnaker and bed.dresier wmlrror.desK.nlghtstand.. and 10 gallon freshwater tanks: all with 5 spd cruiser wrack P.bbl.Crltk area 2739 39 Dr.,Call 813-
trailer $2.995 14730060. 4-5-5-8 $100/obo. Call Robin 375-0875. 4-4-5-6 hood stand and all equipment. Cyndl Kenmore gas grill. Need to atll. 666-5686 or 613-682-3525. 4-30-24-7
3351135. 4-6-5-6 Call Mike/Jo 375-6689. 4-8-5-6
Peavey VTM 60 watt amp. Less than one 5 piece dining t.bl.lor sale. $60 obo..Call Mill Run townhouse, 2bdr/2 1/2 ba,
year old. Paid $450/wlll sell lor $300! now at 336-0529. 4-5-6-6 Graduation Sale! complete sell-out of all Crwln-Vga At-$ Loud Speaker System wash/dry, partially (urn, make an offer
Great sound great deal! Call anytime. furniture and bicycle, chalra, matching Subwooler $500 OBO. 365-9516 Eric. 904-372-4283.. 4-3-5-7
335-5860. 4-4-4-6 Car Audio car CD deck $100, Kenwood seta, glass table, *to. Rich 375-1200 Iv
ISO mess. 4-5-3-6 SWEET SPEED BIKE. Centurion Elite Hall. Plantation 2br/2ba, gazebo deck
apks wt $50, Alpine spk 90 wt $40.
LOFT cu.t-mad.lor Beaty rm.,carpeted Ads amp $50. Alarm $50. All neg. 395- RS. New tires. Rarely usd. $250 OBO. fenced yard all appllancei ..m. non-
- ladder Incld. Asking $165 obo. Call 7860. McCartney McCartney McCartney Call 335-0936. 4-5-3-6 qua). 9.6% fixed FHA w/ very low down.
385-6150. 4-6-5-6 Tampa Tampa Tampa 372-7259. 4-5-5-7
McCartney McCartney McCartney pre-SUMMER BIKE SALE. 1 speed cruisers -
BAHAMAS! Round trip
MUST SELL Mena Duch 10 speed $ 25. cruise tickets for two.4d/3n.Call Eric 335- 2 Ticket April '372-351B.. 4-9-5-6 $100. 3 speed coaster brake $189, 6 Assumable No Qualifying/ 8 1/2% Low
New Lecarra Steering Wheel $35, Sofa 5551. Will accept best oiler. 4-5-5-6 speed cruiser $15D. 15 speed alloy rims down only $310/mo P 11. Adorable Spacious -
* Love Seat $400. 372-0057. 4-6-5-6 Waterbed, queen size, 50% motion white $ 0D. 18 speed mountain bike $279 1 IBdr w/ loft ceiling f.n. skylight
3 Paul McCartney The 4 sale 4.14 padded, $150 obo, call 3357345. 4-6-4- RACING ft TOURING Mlel,* racing vertical blinds, Indry rm. storage A 2
Waterbed queen size new mattress, tide Robbie ttad. Great seats FLOORI Call 8 bike $309 Vrlvega Nvovotech alum' frame decks; Beautiful landscaping w/ lots of
pads, heater $175. Call 378.8345 leave Gall 395-8172 Iv. m.g. 4-5-5-6 Everything MUST Gol 3bdra, living ft din $379, Vlvatech $439. 3 used Can- Dogwood ft. Azalea 374-4923 or 376-
nondales starting at $275.Large selectionof '
4-4-3-6 4702 eves/wknds. 4-4-3.7
menage. ing room turn washer 6. dryer; everything .
Roll.".. 35mm Norm.ll.n. w/addltlonal In cond call 375-5871 Iv used bikes.GATORCYCLE
********* 80 to 200 Zoom case, filters tripod A all 4-9-5-6 message. 3962. 4.9.56Mountain 3321 SW Archer Rd. 373- 8 MOTORCYCLESSick
accessories. Asking $300. For more Into
* WILD HAIR Michael at 372-6117 or leave msg. 4-9-5- 4 MCCARTNEY TIX, LEX, KY. APR 9. .
Bike Fresmont Pass
Alpine ,
e 3727563. 4-6-4-6 ol parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter
NEXUS: top of the line, shimano dior equipped, 4900 miles, excellent condition $800*
I go m-..mmmmovesoHAIR looks like n.w. barely used. Call 371- 3772357. 4-5-15-6
* $S HAIRCUT )f } FurnishedUnfurnishedWe're 0422. 4-5-3-6
AFFAIR 87 Jawa moped$300. Excel.cond. 2
* $20 PERM curly or body 5! Tandy 286 100% IBM, 640K 20MBhd; blocki.tarp.ga can Incl. Call Chris Anytime -
$35 SPIRAL PERM J First Time "new fit Improved" 3.25. 5.25 drv. rqbcolor, modem mouse 372-3559. 4-3.4.8
$18 Hi-LIGHTS WashNWearPerm $25 ; ft dmpletter prntr. Software $1500. Call
Jf( $45 LEISURE CURL O.' Convenient to UP Shands mac 392-5879 wkdys 24pm. 4-5-3-6 Must Sell 85 Yamaha XJ700 to first reasonable
RELAXER 1 Special I Shopping Dining oiler. Low mile, great condition
C $20 1 (Long hair txtra. With coupon) I Frostiest refrigerator/freezer' side-by- lots of X-trss. Call 336-8794 for details.
f( CARE-FREE CURL .. .. VertJcalsBasketball
$25 aide Avocado 21 cu ft. $300. 3921733ask 4-6-6-6
i MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN ,'!. : We Do: ;;;--l;; j for Pat. 4-9-5-6
WALK-INS WELCOME Pets WelcomeI 1987 Honda Elite 80, runs great blue,
*| OPEN MON-SAT 10-6 pm )* WET CUTS $61! I I or :2 Bedroom Townhouses 7 REAL ESTATEOakbrook Mike h.lm.tlncluded.at 378.818D.I.avta$700 or message.best offer 4-6-call
K 374-8687 )f4f Long Hair Extra : Fully Renovated for Fall 5.,
902 OPEN Condo 2bd/2ba turn., ground
GATOR PLAZA 13th St. & Univ.* if N. MAIN TUES-SAT Landmark floor poolslde. Take over payment orm.k. Tomos golden bullet
1111 SW 16th Ave .
175-2472 7a -'pm offer. 376-0743. 4-10-10-7
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85 VW JETTA GLI good sporty reliable In Math? Then call Greg. Pro Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality dependable CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full
** GATOR MOVING ** service. Reasonable rates. Laser ft self service computing.Typing starts 0
transportation runt and look great, gray fessional and Reliable Tutoring offered. 1.50/pg A Resumes $6 A Self service
w/black tint call MARK at 373-0883. 4-4- Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Tel. 3777415. Leave Message. 4-5-5-11 printer.377-8175 til 00pm.: 4-30-29-12 resumes A 12.50/hr 15page. Laser
Full. Days/Eves. Long dls.
5-9 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11 Typlng/Wordproceislng, WordPerfect typeset graphics A spell check A theses
80 VW Rabbit Convertible 141k, rum McCoy Mini Storage 5.1. quality work fast results, low rates, A papers special characters A employment
good. *pd. FUN. 335.7172 Iv mig. SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 2160 N.E. 1st Blvd. dependable personal service. Tara 332- databases A mailmerge A training.
$3800 obo. 4-4-5-8 boarding A woodser facilities SX10 10X10 10X20 1468. 43054.12 WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 4-30-
hay rides parties sales working Call Us 376-3286
81 Honda Accord hatchback good condition students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. 4-27-20-11 TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast S.r. 13 HELP WANTEDAVON
reliable 81900 3711900. 4-4-5-8 4-30-75-11 vice. $1.25 double space. Call 3738387.
MOVING? Running out of time?Let Gator 4-8-30-12 375-8867

1878 Toyota Corona nation wagon, Reliable *SUNBELT MOVING* Moving pick-up, store ft deliver your belongings Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
Original Owner. $1100. 378.7535 to you In the fall. 374-4791,374- *Word Processing* Professional qualityat Benefits Insurance. 43075.13
leave message or 3711900. 4-4-5-8 Professional' Moving/Packing Supplies. 4488. 4-30-21-11 student prices. Fast, reliable, service)
MumHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. Llc/lns. Grad school, law school experience. 378- NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER
1873 Alia Romeo Convertible Spider, Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 4- SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 7128. CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions' for

Red, great cond. $2900 obo, Call Sarah 30-75-11 Get confidential testing and treatment at program specialists: Team Sports. Tennis
395-8529. 4-3-3-8 24-HR TYPING/WPS LASER PRINTER Arts Waterfront. Inquire:
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881 4- ; Performing ;
*FREE* ENGLISH GRAD -edlt/proof/spell no Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 180 Linden Ave,
li It True You Can Buy Jeeps (for $44 Pregnancy Test WIN A HAWAIIAN VACATION OR BIO cholei .lerol Rlpp 378-3648. 4-25-21-12 Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeeglrls( ). 18
through the U.S. Government? Get the SCREEN TV PLUS RAISE BIO $$$ IN Horseneck Road, Montvllle NJ 07045.
facts today? Call 1-708-742-1142 Ext. Gainesville Women'sHEALTH JUST 10 DAYSIII Typing and Wordprocesslng' Legal, Please call 1-800-776-0520. 4-U-48-13
688. 4-3-1-8 CENTER Objective: Fundraiser term papers,etc. Professional quality and
720 NW 23rd Avenue Commitment: Minimal reliable service. Call Nancy, 372-2750. PART-TIME WORK wk/days wk/ends,
1879 Olds Cutlass Supreme, new paint 377-5055 Money: Raise big $$f 41010.12 summer for respJcoll/students/ w/trans.,
upholstry brakes, plugs and wirei. Alto, ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Cost: Zero Investment heavy lifting required. Call 374-4791 ,
trans still under warr. $990 Call 371- BIRTH CONTROL Campus organizations, clubs, (frats, Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable 3744488. 41310.13
7261. 4.8.5-11 Gynecology Services sororities call OCMC 1-800-832-0528/1-/ service. Masters In English will check
430-71-11 800-950-8472 Ext 10 43111TYPING spelling, and edit. 24 hrs. 373-1837. 4-30. EARN
1879 Mercury Cougar, whit., auto, a/c, $35
very good shape, $2000 OBO. 371-7162 BJ's 24 hour wordprocessing. Reports, This week for new donors for 2 plasma
alter April 8 or 3921850. 4-9-5-9 CALL CJ THE DJ resumes, cover letters and more. Call donations on our new automated ma
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Dodge Magnum XE 79 recently rebuilt engine pro DJ service at 3758483. 4-13-36-11 12 SERVICESYOU 12 month. Free refreshments free parking.

and trans, Loaded, asking $1900.1 Experienced staff serving you since 1969.
Guitar I Bass Lessons tailored for
David 372-9739. Leave message on answering your **ACE WORDPROCESSING** Call or atop by Gainesville plasma, 238
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machine. 4-9-5 glnner-Adv. Suzuki-based children's exp. WRITE, WE TYPE Resumes, term papers, dissertations SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 6-7 Sat.
method available. Larry 3365624. 445. Business' Legal A Personal Reports 'legs), technical. 335-7064. 4-20-15-12 '-2. 4-30-73-13

10 WANTEDLocal 11 Term Papers Typeset Resume A Etc.
G'vllle Handicapped Typing Pickup/Del./ Typing and wordproc. near Art Graphics. Art Ed etc. 10.15 hrs per
3787179. campus. Dependable, quality service. week,begin C term, 5-blocks from UF, art
Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class GOLFERSI! Perfect your swing with revolutionary 4-30-75-12 Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol lettering Job $3.75 per hr to start. Reply
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle'a FineJew.lry training device Rod 335-6413 3734464. 4-17-11-12 Box 286 Gainesville 32602. 4-3-S-13
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Wanted: Baby crib and accessories. Must to play nowll! 4 or 6 resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications
be In good condition. Price negotiable.Call siracoustic or electric. Just say YES to A 'letters A notary **to.Available COURSES FALL 1990
i 336-0632 M-F 8-1 Opm. 4-0-5-10 muslcl 11 call unlv. music 3722637. 4-4-5- 24 hours/7 days3722777. 43075.12 xJ! WlSHn-.STUDES

WANTED McCartney Tlx (for Miami show. Typing $1.00 pg. min. 500. Reports, earaa.3410 10117"s Awrso.a Jewish.. EipMwnciJwtenn Irian G.n wnrJaT
Have 2 fix for sale' or trade for Tampa MOVING? Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T.LI.t. .l&T Oslo MWF a w.- "Isenberg .
4112. Call MIKE 378-4703 and Iv msg. Resourceful student w/full size truck will WCS 817 NW 13th 3739822. 4-30-75- .lilT 300 T 34 Wryer o.Jam HMwyl BMr..rarR3 . beat any price In town. 336-9461. 4-25- 12 JST3UOJST490S T'" .... and.the.. IMdto East SchCMIMsun
WANTED Toyota pickup 1981 to 1883 for TIIA .laeb....u.l Work in Jewish. Sludise
HBR/ 1120 M F I Beginning Modern I fn..nHIIA,20 ..
half hour photographing. Will pay. Call MF 7 00,1110111111.9, Mode.lift.. I Friedman
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UF players curious about new basketball coach

It had been reported that Chatman is words for his new coach because the 6-2 "It's a plus because we need to start this
By DAN STIFFLER considering transferring to Georgia Tech or guard said he had no idea who Kruger was. family as soon as possible] ," Poole said. "It
Alligator Staff Writer Minnesota."For "I don't know too much," Garcia said. "I 1 will make us a better team as soon as he

The day after UF announced the hiring of me, I'm going to talk to him tomor- have never heard of them. I know Kansas gets in here."
Lon Kruger as head basketball coach, several row (today),"Chatman said. "I haven't madea State is purple." Kruger, 37, becomes the third coach in
]members of the team expressed a sense decision; that's' why. I'm going to talk to Garcia wasn't alone. Forward Stacey less than a year for the Gators after leadingthe
of curiosity in their new coach. him tomorrow." Poole said he also had no idea who Krugerwas Wildcats to four consecutive NCAA ap

Especially one player-junior Livingston Through 10 games last season, Chatman but added today's presentation of Kru- pearances."I .
Chatman. averaged 12.6 points and seven rebounds ger should be exciting."It's think he'll be my coach for the next
The 6-foot-8 forward from Lakeland] left before he cited "burn out"Jan. 14 going to be interesting to have him three years,"freshman Hosie Grimsley said.
the Gators in the middle of last season,citing Most of the team was out of town duringthe here because we don't know anything about "We're all going to have to adjust to a new
personal and physical problems. Chatman weekend and learned of their new coach him," Poole said. coach but I'm"just relieved the whole ordealis
said Monday he's back to 100 percent phys- Monday through other players and the Poole also said the first job of Kruger will behind us.
ically, but will have to talk to Kruger before media. be to get to Gainesville as soon as possiblefor Alligator staff writer Gregg Doyel contrib-
making a decision. Junior Renaldo] Garcia was at a loss of the benefit of the team. uted to this report.Getting .

Cris and friendstee

off for charity y 6z Prsy

5th annual Collinsworth Classic beginsBy 41 4Xij

a.m. at the Turkey Creek Golf and
Alligator Writer Racquet Club, links the commu-
nity to MHS's cause by providingthe
Neal] Anderson, Lorenzo Hampton public with entertainment from
and John L Williams,the three some of Gainesville's former he-
running backs instrumental in roes.
UF's football success of the mid- "We try to give something backto
1980s, return to Gainesville todayto the community," said Tom Um
golf in the annual Cris Col- ]lauf, director of resource development ] .r 7=
linsworth Benefit Classic. for MHS. "It enhances our 011 AI
Collinsworth, a standout re- reputation as a town."
ceiver for the Gators in the 1970s, Umlauf said this year's event
has headed the tournament, which should raise more than $100,000.
benefits Gainesville's Mental] Other expected participants include -
Health Services, since 1986. He former Major League Base-
retired from the NFL's Cincinnati ball manager Danny Ozark and I
Bengals] last year after a successful former Major League player Rick
career and now works in radio. Reichardt.

Other former Gators who were Umlauf confirmed Collinsworthwill
on NFL rosters last year that will be at the tournament,since his I
participate include Ricky Nattiel] of status was in question because his
the Denver Broncos, Lomas wife was expecting a baby. She ., .s
Brown Detroit Lions and Kerwin
gave birth to a girl on Saturday.
Bell of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. UFs Bates earns honor.
In the tournament, an athlete or Golf Digest has named UF golfer
celebrity will team with four spon- Pat Bates March's collegiate
sors for a round of golf. player. i

The tournament has raised Bates, who won March's Golf
more than $250,000 over the past Digest Invitational with a 5underpar -
four years. That money has been 211, is the second consecutive his kicks SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR
used to help establish a MHS drug UF golfer to win the magazine's
and alcohol] treatment center, award. Chris DiMarco won Judd Davis works on place-kicking drills at the Gators' practice field. UF concludes spring I

... which will open later this year. February's award.The Invitationalwas practice Saturday with the annual Orange & Blue Game at Jacksonville's Gator Bowl.

The Classic, which begins at 8 Bates' second career victory.

UNLV lambastes Duke 10373for Valdosta State next for Gators I

national basketball crown Slumping UF begins 5-game home stand vs. Blazers
DENVER (UPI) Anderson Hunt struck for 29 points By ALEX MARVEZ ERA) to get the nod. Valdosta at 7 p.m. Wednesday and
and Nevada-Las Vegas played crackling defense to hit college ]- Alligator Writer, Mike Moberg leads UF in batting resume their SEC schedule this
basketball's jackpot Monday night, defeating Duke with a .350 average. Dave Majeski is weekend with three games against
103-73 in the biggest rout in an NCAA championship final. The UF baseball team begins a the only other Gators starter batting Louisiana State ((23-9, 54)).
In a commanding show of strength,discipline and sparkle, five-game home stand at 5 p.m.today better than .300, with .314 average. Miami tops poll. Miami, win-
the Rebels] set a record for most points scored in the Valdosta State
against The Division II Blazers ((11-14)) are ner of its last seven games, moved
championship final and left no doubt as to the premier teamin
college basketball.The The Gators ((16-15)) lost two of led by Rusty Brown (.411 27 RBI, into the No. 1 spot in the Collegiate
three Southeastern Conference seven home runs), Ward Holton Baseball/ESPN poll Monday.The .
Rebels] ((35-5)) shredded Duke during an 18-0 run in
the second half, silencing any prospect the Blue Devils had games last weekend against Missis- (.395)) and Andy Rykard (.326)). Hurricanes ((31-5)) won the
of winning their first NCAA title in four final game appear- sippi and are tied for fourth place In Valdosta] State's starting pitcher was Pillsbury Classic tournament last
ances. the SEC at 3-3. Mississippi State is not announced.The week, defeating previously top-

Hunt was 12 of 16 from the floor and 4-for-7 from three- in first with a 7-2 conference mark, Blazers] finished with a losing ranked Wichita State 2-1, along with
point range. He was backed by Larry Johnson,who delivered 19-7 overall. record for the first time last season Minnesota 3-0 and Stanford 43.
22 points and 11 rebounds. Greg Anthony had 13 and Stacey Doug Brennan is the Gators'probe under 23-year coach Tommy Wichita State, after losing three
Augmon 12 as the Rebels shot 61 percent from the floor. able starter today. Brennan is 2-0() in Thomas,who needs only 11 victoriesto times last week, dropped to fourth.

., Duke ((29-9)) was led by Phil Henderson with 21 points, seven games this season and has not become the second Division II Stanford ((26-7)) was No. 2, fol-
while Christian Laettner added 15 and Alaa] Abdelnaby] 14. surrendered a run. If he doesn't coach to win 800 games. lowed by Arizona State ((30-9)) and
start look for Brent Stuart ((4-1,2.75 The Gators again play !host to, No. 5 Florida:] State ((30-7)).

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