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I Aggressive program nets money- for research I



By RONALD DUPONT JR. search money came Tuesday, soon peting more for projects private without going through the usual jects,UF is ranked 36th,just aheadof
Alligator Writer after Walsh met with President companies normally won. task of looking at a list hundreds the University of North Carolinaat

John Lombardi! in a weekly staff For example, when a county or of projects, Walsh said.. Chapel Hill and just behind

The money government agen- meeting. Walsh said UF is ex- a city advertised for companies to "It's one of the best in the coun- Duke University.

cies and private companies pay UP pected to receive about $175 mil- submit proposals projects,suchas try," Walsh said of the booklet Johns Hopkins University -
for doing research has risen almost lion in research this far
year testing water in wells, UF would Professors also can search for where Lombardi was provost and
75 percent in four years,mak- exceeding the $106 million UF received -
submit its own proposal.And specific research projects by usinga Walsh earned his doctorate degree -
ing the school "one of the fastest in 1986.
that lists thou- -is the top research univer-
because UF is not allowedto special computer
research universities in
growing "We decided we had to branch sands of other sity, getting about $557 million a
make a profit on projects, its proposals.In
the nation, said Tom Walsh,direc- out and find other sources of in sponsored research.
tor of UF Sponsored Research. money," Walsh said. "We've been proposals were very competitive. UF's most recent attempt at year .

Having increased research going up drastically each year." Further, the Sponsored Re- getting sponsored research, it was Being aggressive is not the only
which is used to teach graduate search department circulates a awarded 39 of the state's 80 projects reason why UF is doing so well in
studentsis one of several factors UF requires its faculty to do booklet each month that lists the offered by the High Tech getting more research, Walsh
needsin research,which,in turn,is used to various Applied Research Grants Program.
that administrators say UF government projects for said. UF has been hiring better
Its much-publicized goal to be help teach graduate students. which professors can submit bids. Those projects translate into $1.8 faculty over the last few years,and

one of the nation's 10 best public Walsh credited the increase in That booklet is separated into various million in research. the better faculty have attractedthe

universities.The research money to an aggressive subject categories, enabling Compared with other U.S. uni- attention of those awarding

news of UF's' growth in re- program, in which UF began com- professors to find projects easily versities that obtain research pro- research projects.




I Opportunity lures Kruger to UFO I Apartmentcomplexes


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Livingston Chatman says he will ,.Y'i.:;, ..' .. ..,. ..... ,
rejoin Gators, page 16. ; ,. :! 1: ';

By RON KASPRISKE

Alligator Staff Writer

Kansas State University loves Lon Kru-
will
ger kind of like the way UF loves its recycleBy

football coach Steve Spurrier. F' 'i 1 f fb fb

The 1989-90 KSU basketball media

guide lists Kruger, its former coach, as NICOLE SNEED
the state's "favorite son" kind of like Alligator Writer

the has been called theGators' ,
way Spurrier *8 16p
Cj.y Some apartment residents soon will be ableto
"favorite son. help lower landfill levels with the help of a
But while Spurrier and Kruger may be little Big Blue container in their kitchens.
similar in that respect, the two coaches
Both city and county officials decided Tues-
of their almamater's
had different ways handling
affection. day to include 24 Gainesville apartment com-

plexes in the Big Blue program, said City of
Spurrier came home. Kruger packedhis ,,{''I'- Y Gainesville recycling coordinator Pam Brown.

bags and moved out.Kruger's ..,:., : The expansion should be completed in August.
destination Gainesville
was ,
.J'tfI The program was created to comply with a
where he accepted the job as UFs head iI
; state law requiring a 30 percent reduction In
basketball coach Sunday night.
garbage by 1995.
And although he said Tuesday in his ; "
first news conference at UF that there is w "It's only a pilot program, Brown said.

more potential to have an outstanding .} "Eventually we will go"cityand county-wide

basketball program in Florida than in we've got big plans.
Last April, the blue plastic containers were
what
made
Kansas, he still can't pinpoint
distributed to 22,000 homes in Gainesville.Now .
him leave his home state.
the program includes 42,000 family resi-
"Leaving Kansas State was a very,very
dences.
difficult decision," Kruger said. "I really
can't say what made me want to come to ,At, ; That program, which collects 40 tons of
Florida. (Kansas State) was the place I }
went to school, the place I made a long- said.Officials
term relationship but that should all were worried that the volume of
recycleables produced 'in the apartmentswould
standard to
provide a test as a compare
be unmanageable and curbside collec-
every opportunity I have. REGGIE GRANTALLIGATOR
Kruger said money was not an issue, Lon Kruger meets the media for the first time as UF head basketball coach at tion of the containers would be Impossible, so

though he will considerably more at UF a new conference; Tuesday; afternoon.; they began a test program at Brookwood Terrace

than he did at KSU. UF Athletic DirectorBill prospects that come out of Kansas pales, season, led the Wildcats to a 2S9 recordin Apartments on Northwest 23rd Boule-

Arnsparger said Kruger will get a by comparison to the number who come 1987. vard.
"We watched that for two months and de-
base salary of $110,000, an annuity of "
out of here.
Kruger said putting together a staff and cided could do it Brown said.A .
$25,000 and a loan of $10,000 a for yes, we ,
five year Kruger,who compiled a record of 8146 recruiting players are his first priorities.The survey was sent to several apartment

years. added also will and four trips to the NCAA Tournamentas former two-time Big Eight Confer- complexes to determine which ones would be
Kruger re-
Arnsparger for shoe endorsement and KS U's coach during the last four years, ence Player of the Year said he will spend included in the Big Blue program. Complexeswere
ceive money and a radio is more than familiar with recruiting in much of this week recruiting and tryingto chosen according to: willingness to participate
television
for
appearances. Florida.. convince two of his assistants to join '
inform tenants avail-
to ,
line biggest reason I chose Floridawas ability space
for the opportunity," Kruger said., Four players on KSU's roster this past him at UF. able for the additional dumpster and tenant

"Florida offered potential that just in- season were from Florida and perhapsthe KSU assistant coaches Robert McC- demographics."We .

trigued me. The recruiting base is a lot best player in KSU history, Mitch ullum and Greg Grensing are expectedsee were more or less looking at the groupsof

broader and the high schools and junior Richmond, is from Fort Lauderdale. Rich- Krugar 10 people who ,lived in (the apartments),"

colleges are outstanding.The number of mond,'the NBA's Rookie of the Year last page see Recycle page 10II

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2,ALLIGATOR.WEDNESDAY APRIL 4,1990VOLUNTEERS

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WORLD HEALTH
Youth program needs men to recruiting, scheduling, training and assistance in preparing students 8-
work one-to-one with boys as friends logging volunteer hours. The 18 for state competition.Artist .
and advocates. Training will be schedule can suit the volunteer. needed to design flyers and
provided.A one-year commitment is Entertainment for senior citizensis brochures for senior citizens pro- DAY
required. needed.Play the guitar,piano,etc. gram. Must have good writing skills
Crisis Line needs good listenersto or lead singing for monthly programat and artistic ability. Select a time any
help people deal with problemsand nursing home.Companions weekday.
crisis situations over the are needed for teensin Resource Information Compiler "O ur Planet, Our Health-
telephone. Training begins May 19. youth shelter. Supervise client needed to develop listings of ser-
A six-month commitment is re- needs, assist staff in group counsel- vices available to cancer patients and Think Globally Act Locally"Wednesday
quired. ing sessions,etc.Training provided. their families.Training provided.For ,
Volunteer Management needs an Choose a four-hour block any day 10 more information call or write
assistant to the volunteer coor- a.m. to 10 p.m. The Volunteer Center, P.O. Box
dinator of North Central Florida Public Speaking teachers are 14561, Gainesville, FL 32604. 378- April 4
AIDS Network in areas such asWHAT'S needed in youth program. Provide 2552.

. HAPPENINGIsrael I 10:00: am 2:00: pm


: Dr. Bargad will discuss Is- number. Call 375-2715. presents Steve Spurrier tonight at 8 Turlington Hall (GPA)

raeli literature with the English AIESEC:The Students for Interna- in the Tolbert Area-Weaver Beach.
Society today at 12:50: in TurlingtonHall tional Business and Economics will Call Dana Bedden, 395-9349.
Room 4008. Call Jonathan, 338- meet tonight at 7:30: in Business Easter gifts: The Gainesville Supported by: Student Health Services

0017. Room 103.Sweethearts. Jaycees are collecting canned goods (Health Education) and Florida Association of
Engineers: The Society for Black :Alpha Kappa Alpha and small toys for the needy for
Engineers will meet today at 5:30: in sponsors a Sweetheart Game Easter. They also need monetary Professional Health Educators
Weil Hall Room 328. Call Naeemah, tonight at 7 in the Orange & Brew. donations and sponsors to fill bas-
3927969. Call Valerie, 335-2868. kets. Call Alberte Meade, 4959562or
,Michelangelo: The Art History PSOThe: Preprofessional Service the Jaycees, 376-9836.
Association will meet this afternoonat Organization will meet tonight at Education: Drs. Joseph Renzulli
4:30: in Fine Arts Building Room 7:30.: Call Denise 395-9772. and Sally Reis of the University of Third Annual t ,
201. Call 336-8818. Debate: The College Democratsand Connecticut will speak at the con

World Health Day: The Florida Republicans will debate the ference on gifted education this ..Oftr 0. I O-
Association of Professional Health death penalty tonight at 7:30: in the afternoon at 1 in the P.K. Yonge W

Educators sponsors World Health Reitz Union Room 349. Call 395- Laboratory School Auditorium. Call =0" ,
Day this morning at 10 Turlington. 6602.Wind 392.1554, ext. 39.
Call Kim Glcason. 3920583. : The Gator Sail Club will Bicycle race: The Orange and
Carlbsa: The Caribbean Student meet tonight at 8:30: in TurlingtonHall Blue Bicycle Race is Saturday morn 1
Association is practicing for VISA'S Room L005. Call Rob. 3731566. ing at 8 on Museum Road. Call 378-
l.h.1t l Jion (. 111..11
dance competition at 5:45: in the Peer help: Pi Sigma Alpha, the 2404. 1'1..Ji.H1', "
Grinter Hall Lobby. Call Anne Marie political science honorary, will offer Artists:The Reitz Union Program
Henry, 378-3871. peer advisement for fall registration Council's Arts Committee needs a sPRiNrcFLING
Freefalting: The Falling Gators through Thursday from 10 to 2 in few good people to paint murals in
Skydiving Club will meet this eve- Turlington Hall room 3343. Call third floor meeting rooms. Call 392- '
ning at 6 in the Orange& Brew. Call Sherri, 332-7867 or Dan, 373-8025. 1655. 90
Steve 373-4247. Induction: Golden Key's Spring Earth Day:The Let Every Day Be
VISA:The Volunteers for International Induction is tonight at 7:30: in the Earth Day Benefit Concert with Stan --
Student Affairs will meet this Reitz Union Ballroom. Call 392-2112 Pollack and Friends is Saturday u/ ( '{ t fUS ... I" 10'
evening at 6 in the Reitz Union. or 335-4574. night at 8:13: at the United Church of
Check the elevator for the room Football: The Tolbert Hall staff Gainesville. Call 375-2118.

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C WEDNESDAY APRIL 4.1990..ALLIGATOR,3


Workers say job status separates breakrooms

....
By MIKE CARR situation, they said they felt uneasy about i t secretary who also asked to remain anony- which will include designation of a new
Alligator WriterA but never complained because they wen: mous. "I thought things like this went out a breakroom area, won't begin until July, he
newcomers.. Instead,most grew accustome d 1 long time ago." __ said.
situation reminiscent of the 1960s has to the sItuation ana Infirmary Director In the meantime, employees are permitted
bothered more than a few UF Infirmary accepted it as status Boyd Kellett said any to use any breakroom they choose,
employees, but they have l learned to acceptit quo Empioyees division among em- Kellett said.Though .
as the way things are. "(It) looks strange grow accus- ployees has not been that may be true one clerical

At least since the early 1970s, two break- at first said one tamed to the separation. established by any worker said discomfort creates the separa-
rooms have existed across the hall from one health care Drofes- law or Infirmary polIcy tion.
another in the Infirmary basement. Both sional who asked to remain anonymous. ,but rather by individual choice.The two
"When in the dead
display identical signs saying "Health Ser- Employees just grow accustomed to the two breakrooms are necessary because of a lack you go nurses get
quiet and let know aren't welcome
you you
breakrooms, she said. of he said.
vice Staff Onlyand are to em space,
open any there said the worker, who asked not to
ployee of the Infirmary.But "Lots of people are worried when they "It would be impossible to get by with only be identified because she fears she might
first encounter the situation, but then they one breakroom Kellett said.
according to employees, as the years lose her job.Robyn .
passed,a sort of socio-economic segregationhas discard it as an interest-group separation. The Infirmary will eventually have one Blumner, assistant director of the
occurred, resulting in one breakroom One secretary, however has not been large breakroom when renovation is com- Miami office of the American Civil Liberties
being used predominantly by health profes- able to shake the uneasiness she has expe- pleted because "it's always better to have Union, said,"The state has no obligation to
sionals and the other by custodians and rienced for the last several years."I one breakroom Kellett said. "It promotes relieve the (psychological) discomfort of the

other staff members. was shocked when I came here and am interaction among people. individual. It only must remove all the legal
When employees first encountered the still very surprised at the situation,"said the Planning for phase II of the renovation, barriers of segregation.



Man injuredin




garage fireBy


MIKE BRUSCELL
Alligator Staff Writer ,,
a e t
Gas leaking from a van's fuel pump at a
Gainesville garage caught fire shortly before 5
p.m.Tuesday,burning a mechanic's lower legs
and causing about $150,000 damage to the

building and its contents, Gainesville. FireRescue -
officials said.

The fire, at Gainesville Dodge, 1515 N MainSt.
., apparently started after a fuel pump fell

from a Dodge Caravan van, which was sus- .,..
pended about seven feet above the ground for .
repairs, GFR district chief Phil Dennison said. '
"
M.S. Angstadt a mechanic repairing the
pump- received bums on his lower legs after
the pump fell to the ground, apparently crush
ing a drop light that ignited the leaking gas,
Gainesville Dodge service adviser Mark
Greene said.
"It was a freak accident Greene said. "The ,
pump slipped and smashed the bulb. I think it Y
mostly burned his ankles. :: '
Angstadt was taken to Alachua General Hospital : f"o mx
in a private vehicle and was listed in stable -'-
condition Tuesday night, according to an Al-
achua General Hospital spokeswoman.Three ,
other cars inside the garage also were

damaged, Dennison said. I
The garage's open skylights helped keep the _
fire under control, letting the flames rise and .
scorch the roof instead of spreading throughout

the garage, he said. -
Dodge's general manager, Andy Johnson, SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATORA
said the repair shop would be relocated. fire at Gainesville Dodge, 1515 N. Main St., Injured one mechanic and gutted a garage. .



Judge delays Rowe sentencingExtension Students seek change 'I


gives HRS others time to compile reports in harassment
policy
By DUANE MARSTELLER about the crime which will help "Everyone's trying to more fully
Sanders make a sentencing deci- explore all the options available"
Alligator Staff WriterA sion. Saliwanchik said. "It (the April 10 By SUSAN ROSENZWEIG That's like locking yourself in a

circuit judge Tuesday denieda However,Sanders said he would deadline) wouldn't have been an Alligator Writer chastity belt to avoid rape."
motion that sought to delay delay Rowe's sentencing until Mayat easy one to make. Previously, former UF Presi-
David Rowe's April 17 sentencing the request of Guardian Ad In its motion HRS wanted an More than 1.000 students have dent Robert Bryan agreed to some
four weeks, but approved another item, a group that representsJu- independent psychologist to examine signed a petition protesting modifications to the policy,which
request that accomplished the veniles or incompetent people in Rowe, and also sought the clauses in UFs sexual harassment were suggested by UFs Committee
same thing. court. records of three courtappointedmental policy that they say suggest poten- on the Status of Women. Stu-
health expertsElizabethMcMahon tial victims can avoid harassmentby dents began circulating the
Circuit Judge Elzie S.,Sanders David Saliwanchik, Rowe's
Warren Rice and watching what they wear and petition earlier this semester be-
denied a Department of Health and court-appointed guardian, said ,
George Barnard -who examinedthe how they act. cause all the committee's de-
Rehabilitative Services motion three pre-sentence reports-done '
'mands were not met.
before his trial. i
that tried to delay sentencing so it by HRS Guardian Ad Litem and youth "I don't believe women should
could have another psychologist the Department of Corrections, Rowe, 14, was found guilty by a have to monitor themselves in "I feel that the policy blames the
examine Rowe before it compileda were due on Sanders' desk April jury March 16 of attempted first- order to avoid sexual harass- victim of harassment by statingsee

pre-sentence report on him.That 10. but all three groups needed see Row, page 7 I ment,"said fine arts junior Melani Policy page 7
report will contain information more time to compile the reports. Cantlin, who signed the petition.


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Poland (UPI) The Soviet Union In Warsaw, the Polish government immediately ISRAEL
virtually closed its border checkpoint between Poland deplored the act and asked its ambassador in Moscowto II
and rebellious Lithuania Tuesday, curtailing travel of seek an explanation for the restrictions.
thousands of Poles across what was known as the Soviet authorities at the border were allowing Poles I Si[ Land
"bridge of friendship," Polish border guards said. and Soviets to return to their homelands, but made it
Soviet authorities suspended most border crossingsin clear that in the future they would need visas to travel. ft. People
Ogrodniki, the single crossing point from Poland Poles and Soviets previously did not need visas to
into Lithuania,at 9 a.m.,border guard spokesman Col. cross the Lithuanian border, although they were required An[ Opportunity
Vaclaw Kwiatkowski said. to show guards "invitations" from residents of
Polish guards said Soviet authorities were only the country they were visiting.
allowing people with visas,Soviets and Poles returningto The Soviet order apparently only affects the ap-
their homes and some transport trucks to pass proximately 45-mile-long border between Lithuaniaand
through the checkpoint.They said usually about 3,000 Poland. Other checkpoints between the Soviet
Poles a day crossed into the republic through the Union and Poland remained open, Kwiatkowski said.
Ogrodniki checkpoint without visas. Lithuania, with 3.8 million people, has a Polish
"It looks like the Iron Curtain is being built againin population of more than 400,000. \
this area," said a Lithuanian, who asked not to be About one-third of the Republic is comprised of
identified, before he crossed back into the Soviet former Polish territory ceded to the Soviet Union teat
republic. His Soviet Samara car was loaded down with under a post World War II agreement in which Poland tJ.
goods from Polish relatives he had been visiting. took over parts of Germany. As a result, many ethnic
Poland has been one of the most vocal supportersof Poles in Lithuania have family in their former
Lithuania's drive for independence from the Soviet homeland.
Union, with Polish leaders chastising other countriesfor Polish border guards said it appeared the Soviet For more information on all Israel Programscall
their cautious stance toward the Soviet republicand Union would allow Poles to cross into Lithuania to
hinting Poland may be the first to officially recog- transport goods or conduct business.They said Poles :
nize an independent Lithuania.Bulgaria could obtain Soviet visas in Gdansk and Warsaw.
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coup against hard-line leader Todor Zhivkov, was the months ahead as leaders attempt to address
elected Tuesday to the newly created post of Bulgarian serious economic and environmental problems.
president. After Mladenov's election, the National Assembly
The National Assembly, in its final session before dissolved itself, ending a mandate that began under
dissolving itself, chose Mladenov for the post by Zhivkov, who appointed most of its members.
unanimous vote and also ratified sweeping politicaland Since Zhivkov's ouster in November, the National Some people, have lot to:-.
economic reforms approved last week during Assembly has cast off its image as a rubber-stamp .
round-table talks between government and opposition legislature to take a leading role in implementing say about the Alligator"More
leaders. political and economic reforms.
The package of laws sets the rules for Bulgaria'sfirst The parliament's action Tuesday comes four days
free parliamentary election in 69 years and maps after delegates to round-table talks between the
out the course for a transition to democratic rule anda government and opposition groups agreed on the
market-oriented economy. creation of the new post of president and scheduled than anything else, the two years I
Mladenov was elected president after his old posi- elections for June 10 and 11.
at the Alligator prepared me for
tion, president of the communist-dominated State Mladenov, 53, a member of the ruling communist spent
Council, was scrapped by the legislature. He was the politburo under Zhivkov, replaced his former boss as my first full time job after graduation.It .
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. Congress approves. aid to Nicaragua' Panama I journalism school training providedme

WASHINGTON (UPI) The House, siding with which ends Sept. 30. The $2.4 billion bill is generally with a strong foundation for a
President Bush, passed a $2.4 billion emergency supported by Bush, who asked Congress to complete but lie with
spending bill Tuesday that includes $720 million in action by April 5 before leaving for its Easter recess. career, my deepest roots
aid for the new U.S.-backed governments of Nicaraguaand Programs funded by the huge spending bill include: the Alligator. I wouldn't trade my experience
Panama. $70 million in refugee assistance in the United there--or all the lifelong friends I made there
After an often-heated five-hour debate that includedone States, $25 million for refugee assistance outside the "
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a 362-59 vote, setting the stage for a battle with the resettle in Israel;
Senate. $30 million to restore African aid cut earlier; Keith Moyer
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Nicaragua, where opposition leader Violetta Chamorro Hurricane Hugo; Arkansas Gazette
upset Sandinista President Daniel l Ortega In $111 million in additional disaster assistance,
February's election, and $420 million for Panama, mostly to help Southeastern states recover from floods
where a democratic government took over after last this spring;
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i By PATRICIA LEE residence halls is only one of several ciate vice president"We two different numbers on the same who have to share a room have
Alligator Writer changes to the university net made an agreement that line.Students more privacy and don't miss their
i I work, which recently changed Southern Bell would pick up thestateoftheart also will have the op- messages," Blansett said.
i Students living on-campus soon from an analog to a digital system. capacity in the sys- tion to sign up for"voicemail,"an Other changes that will be made
will have modern features addedto Although the Division of Hous- tem and give us added features and electronicnetwork for leaving during the summer include adding
the phone service in their dor- ing will pay extra for the added dimensions for futuristic growth," messages that works like an answering family housing phones into UPs
mitories- at no extra cost features, it will not incur extra he said. machine, but requires no network.Residents in family housing -
As part of an agreement with costs because it will save money The features, popular in many special devices. areas currently must establish
Southern Bell, the Division of from the overall restructuring,said homes and businesses,are consid- "Southern Bell is providing the their own phone accounts with
Housing plans to add call waiting, Housing Director James Grimm. ered luxury items and are addedto service, but we've worked it out so Southern Bell.
speed calling and three-way callingto "It's not free. Southern Bell isn't the cost of basic local phone that campus residents who chooseit Basic local phone service will be
basic phone service in all dormi- out of the kindness of their hearts service each month. will be billed through the Divi- included in rent, at a cost lower
tories in July. giving us all these added featuresfor Call waiting, a service that lets sion of Housing," Blansett said. than what family housing resi-
"We're always trying to make free, but we will have a better the user know someone is calling, Initially the plan would be programmed dents now pay.
the best deal we can with Southern service with no increase in cost," allows people to talk on the phone for each phone number, At Southern Bell's request, UF
Bell, and as far as I know this is Grimm said.Southern. and still receive incoming calls. but eventually it may be expandedso also will change the housing exchange
the best deal we've ever 'made," Bell,which is phasing Speed call lets users program fre- that callers can leave messagesfor number. All on-campus
said Sharon Blansett, assistant di- digital networks into its system, quently-used numbers, allowing specific dorm residents. phone numbers that now begin
rector of housing for informationand agreed to add the services during them to dial two numbers insteadof "We hope to eventually enhanceit with"395"will be changed as soon
communications. negotiations last semester, said Ed entire telephone numbers. so that callers can leave mes- as the new services take effect in
Upgrading the phone lines in the Poppel,administrative affairs asso- Three-way calling lets users call sages for individuals so students July.Reggae .


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By USE FISHER
Alligator Writer

The Jamaican reggae band Third World will headline the
Caribbean Student Association's Annual Gator Reggae Sun-
splash April at the UP Bandshell.
Reggae bands Tiger and Inna Sense also will perform
Sunday from 2 until 6 p.m.at the Sunsplash.The free concertis
the final event of CARIBSA Week, which began Monday.
.rE Other CARIBSA events will include guest speaker Dr.
Gerald Murray from Latin America Studies who will discuss
the development of various Caribbean cultures and
Saturday's soccer tournament and talent show, said CAR-
IBSA Vice President Daryl Chang.
CARIBSA sponsored an expo at the Plaza of the Americas
Monday afternoon to inform people about the culture of
different Caribbean Islands, Chang said. More than 80
people attended exhibits from six islands, including the
A Bahamas and Trinidad & Tobago.At .
rQ last week's Student Government meeting,Senate votedto
give CARIBSA $11,730 for CARIBSA Week activities.
About $9,000 of that will go toward the $30,000 concert,
said Raul Mateu, SG Productions chairman.
"We wanted a top-notch reggae artist," Mateu said. "Ba-
sically when you mention Third World, in the reggae world
that's one of the best names you can get.
Third World, which has a new album called Serious
Business, recently was honored by the United Nations for
its help with the African crisis.
"We are very dedicated to the cause," Third World
drummer Willie Stewart said. "Before 'We Are The World'we
SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR did a song with other artists to aid the Ethiopian
Gainesville Fire-Rescue officers examine the Ford LTD that Ina Hite Brown, 75, was driving when she children."
ran a red light at Northeast 23rd Avenue and Northeast 9th Street, Gainesville police service technician SGP will pay Third World, who recently performed to a
Colleen Maresca said. Brown's car collided with a GMC Sierra Grande driven by Mike Berry, 37. Brown sellout crowd at Central City, and Tiger a $10,000 fee. Inna
and an unidentified female passenger were taken to Alachua General Hospital, with Brown suffering Sense, a Jacksonville reggae band, will receive $700.
SGP Vice Chairman Ross said the fees for Third
Schilling
head and possible chest Injuries, GFR District Chief Phil Dennison said. Berry was not Injured.
World and Tiger are higher because the bands will 'be
coming from Jamaica.
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By JOHN F. BERRY merging the governments of Al recent fighting about Gainesville bring about a more efficient government instead of Jack Durrance,a former
".Alligator Writer achua County. and the City of Regional Utilities and among local county commissioner; Harold
The Alachua County Commis- Gainesville. government leaders may be a fac- City and county governments Graybill,president of fiscally con-
sion, responding to its legislative Carver will join 12 other mem- tor in pushing for a consolidation operate independently of each servative political action commit-
delegation's call for a countywide bers to form the Alachua County referendum. other and consolidation may mean tee; and Tom Robinson,' a
governmental consolidation referendum Consolidation Government Com- "Residents express clearly, eliminating duplicated services, developer.
this fall, nominated Tues- mission.The commission will draft through the ballot box and to such as planning, fire protectionand Commissioner Penelope
day Archer real estate agent John the referendum's exact language. elected officials, that they are fed law enforcementThe "Penny"Wheat, who opposes con-
Carver to sit on a 13-member con- Acting like a constitutional convention -. up with the continual bickeringand delegation called for a representative solidation,said voters shouldn't be
solidation commission.Sen the commission may reject inability for the City of Gaines- by noon today.Accord rushed into considering the mea-
George Kirkpatrick, D- any form' of consolidation, ville and the county to work together ing to a letter from Martin to sure in the fall
Gainesville, and Reps. David propose merging a few services or on an ongoing basis," she Barnes dated March 27, Martin "People shouldn't be herded
Flagg, D-Gainesville and Sid Mar- offer voters the option of com- said. said the delegation wanted neithera into a voting booth because the
tin, D-Hawthorne, said last week pletely consolidating govern- Commissioner Leveda Brown, governmental employee nor an state delegation gets an urge,"she
they, wanted Alachua County vot- ments. who would not take a stand on the elected official. said.

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Somewhere among all the flowers, gifts and smiles of ....
Tuesday's opening of the Florida Legislative session wasa "

sense of purpose. Some politicians will find it during
the next 60 days, wedged between the declaration of the
state pie and election-year politicking. Others won't.

Somewhere among the chaos and rubble will be issues lli]
that are critical to the welfare of Florida's citizens. Issues
that must be dealt with properly if this state plans on surviving 6 OO
through the next decade. Transportation. Health
care. Criminal justice. Education.

Naturally, we're concerned with the money, or lack ill
thereof, that goes to education. Everyone wants the best
possible things for themselves and we would welcome financial

improvements in present UF programs or the addition @@
of new programs.

But people in the educational system shouldn't be the 1 I U I

only ones concerned about money for public schools and
universities. And people at UF shouldn't worry only about
the funding for its own programs. Improvements in the LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

overall education system will benefit and help alleviate And if he does, the system posed to abortion, but each was
problems in other troubled areas. Grapski story was served its adamant that it was not the

The value of educating Florida's youth will pay off in terribly onesidedEditor purpose.Robert Chadwell government's decision for them.right to make the
the long run if legislators realize the importance of hiring 3LS
As I watched the events of the
: I began reading the storyon
more teachers and paying them than enough to Abortion is an
more survive Charlie Grapski with the expec- boycott unfold last week, I shook
the need to ease crowding by building more tation that there would be some my head, not believing the threatof
schools and the value of quality university programs. moral lesson to .be learned from issue of freedomEditor boycotting Idaho potatoes could

Apparently Gov. Bob Martinez didn't think this way the story. : How unfortunate that Mr. tive influence state a traditionally conserva-
government.I
when he wrote his budget. Running for re-election What I found was a one-sided Mark Shelby is surprised to see a
I am proud to have been wrong.
boycott of Idaho
account on the experiences of potatoes in response -
Martinez wanted to look tough by beefing up the serious what appears to be a self-centered, to proposed legislation restricting Whether it is boycotting potatoes
prison overcrowding program by 22 percent. But in con- remorseful individual. the right to have an or a large chain such as
trast, he's ignoring education by proposing a less than 6 Although I try to never believe abortion.Even more unfortunate is Domino's Pizza for pro-life ties,everyone
percent increase in its funding. That barely covers for in what I read about someone in The his narrow frame of mind that who believes that the rightto
flation.Martinez's. Alligator,the Grapski article seemsso clouded his view of the real issue choose should remain a personal,
partial that I wonder if The Alligator ; is it the government's right to not political decision, must takea
budget is short-sighted and aimed at solving reporter let Grapski write the define moral choices? stand.
immediate problems. By ignoring the need for education article himself.The Grapski quotes Mr.Shelby,you were not raped.I Kellle Anderson
funding now, he is harming Florida's future. were so numerous she might as I was while walking from the 4JM
well have Reitz Union to the commuter lot. I
anyway.
If the elementary school children of 1990 can't Census will give
develop
There was only one sentence in did not become pregnant,but what.
basic skills because they are forced into overcrowded the whole article that referred to if I had? Florida cash
classrooms and don't get the proper attention they need, Grapski's criminal charges, and According to you I am supposedto more
it will cause only negative results.If half of that sentence was devotedto leave school to have a child I am Editor: Now, more than ever,
his school involvement.Furthermore not mentally or financially pre- Florida's future depends on efforts
those students never learn to read, where will the future ,Grapski forfeited his right to pared to bear. My life has been by the Census Bureau to count all
university students come from? Florida can never expect release on reasonable bail when he shattered, Mr. Shelby, a pain I as- Floridians. That's why it's impor-
UF or the other universities to become leading established a history for failing to sure you surpasses the"psycholog tant for each of us to return our
institutions if all the state's high school students are Quali- appear the first time. ically and sometimes physically" census information as soon as pos-
If I assume that Grapski inner maiming experience you describedof
fied only to hold minimum-wage jobs.
cent of the charges of assaulting a women having had an abortion. sible.At last count, the General Accounting
It's nice that at least one legislator has that same idea. deputy and driving under the influ- Last fall, I marched with other Office-identified more
Rep. David Flagg, D-Gainesville, said increasing educational ence, why should I give him the choice advocates the rally in than 100 federal grant programs
funding will benefit all issues of concern. benefit of the doubt when he re- Tallahassee. I will forever remem- .that use population figures. Those
fused to appear and face the ber two courageous women I met programs include transportation,
"Society's problems are best solved through education," charges against him? on the bus ride up. Both were Catholic housing,crime-fighting,education,
he said, "but we're not putting priority on the one thing Under the circumstances, the and were marching against environment and economic development
that could help us." judge exercised his authority correctly their parents strict orders. to name a few.
in keeping Grapski off the They waved to me as they got The bureaucracy has not kept
Florida needs to deal with serious immediate problemslike streets where he posed a dangerto off the bus and joined a group of pace with our tremendous popula-
crime, but the educational system should not suffer society. 300 "Catholics for choice. I saw tion growth and that's wrong. I've
as a result. Legislators must rummage through session niceties Additionally, Grapski probably them later at the foot of the capitol introduced the Fair Share Act to
and worry about the future now. didn't go through his jail term unnoticed and watched their faces as they help Florida receive its fair shareof
because he was white,and spotted their congregation behind funds by requiring federal agencies -
therefore incongruous, but because pro-life lines. I saw the tears stream to use current population fig-
alligator Editor he refused to shower by his down their faces as one by one the ures when determining grant
Lucy Chabot own admission. members of the congregation allocations. .
Managing Editor Editor Grapski should stop feeling turned their backs and held stop In the meantime, we all can
Opinions sorry for himself and start taking signs above their heads.
make
census
an impact by returning
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton responsibility for his actions. The two women kept walking. questionnaires today.
Letters Policy Grapski says that the system Unlike most pro-life advocates If you have any questions about
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be serves no purpose,but if he remem- these women were able to see that the census, please call 1-800-999-
typed. double-spaced and signed. They should Include I typed name address and telephone bers the nightmare he had this the issue is not abortion, but the 1990.
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call time maybe he will show up for freedom and right to choose.
the editorial page editor at 376-4458 Both Sen. Connie Mick
his next court appearance. women were fundamentally op Florida

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I ROWE ment POLICYfrom and behavior that's genuinely friendly may be
Because HRS may get custody of Rowe, I misinterpreted by others.
from page 3 it wanted the extra time to prepare its page 3 Those clauses blame victims, Posner said.

degree murder the report. But one of Rowe's lawyers, Sal that they have control (over sexual harass- "And the last thing that we need Is to blame

April 10, 1989, Mollica, argued against ment) by what they wear or how they behave," the victims for being harassed.We don't want
bing of UF stabH the HRS motion, saying said UF junior Kim Gregson, a member of the people to have to wear sack-cloths and to walk
Stacy LaRocca, IRS sought to it had enough information Campus National Organization for Women, around with their heads down and riot smileor
was attacked at the have to compile the re- who wrote the petition. be friendly."
another
front door of a house psyport.. Student Affairs Associate Dean Phyllis Meek said the policy is insulting to both

where she was chologist examine "We didn't know what Meek and Philip Posner, chairman of UFs men and women.

babysitting. In con they wantedorwhythey" Committee on the Status of Women, met with "When you start talking about appropriate
victing him, the jury. Rowe. wanted it, Mollica said President John Lombardi! Monday to dis- professional dress, you're mainly talking
re'ected I the defer se's after the minute() hear- cuss students' objections and suggest the about women," Meek said.
contention that Rowe was insane at the ing. "We had already provided them with clauses be removed from the policy. "The implication of that is women, by the
time of the attack. the raw scores (from Rowe's tests), so way they dress, are going to sexually entice
Members of UFs of Academic
they didn't need more. Council
men in such a way that men cannot control
Based on state sentencing guidelines, Deans plan to review the policy today. these strong sexual urges they have. The

Sanders could sentence Rowe to serve up The chief staff counsel for HRS in Though the policy initially states that sex implication of that is that men can't control
to 22 years in prison or place him in the Gainesville could not be reached for com ual harassment is not the victim's fault, fur- themselves and I think that is insulting to
custody of HRS for psychological treat ment Tuesday. ther clauses warn people that some clothing men."

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Do you get steamedwhen Novorossiisk: Time to choose I


everyone mixes up their pronouns and tenses Multiple-candidate elections are novelty for sister city

they splice there sentences with commas Q Editor's note: The following is election coverage displayed the best features of their ancestors-their
or forget to punctuate them at all from Novorossiisk U.S.S.R. Gainesville's{ sister city. love of freedom and their ability to produce person
alities from their midst.
so that by the time you drag your eyesto Novostl By Press NIKOLAI Agency VISHNEVSKY Correspondent On Feb. 25, a public rally was held in Novorossiiskto

the bottom of the paragraph they've written speed up reforms in all areas and to support
NOVOROSSIISK, U.S.S.R. On March 4, 1990, progressive-minded candidates. The authorities had
you're ready to see them hung? for the first time in its 152-year history, Novorossiiskheld reason to ban it: such rallies on that day were plannedin
Then join the copydesk at The Alligator and spend democratic elections. Democratic because elec- many cities and there were official calls everywherenot
your tions to the U.S.S.R. Supreme Soviet held here one to take to the streets so as not to fuel the
nights eliminating errors while earning a small salary. Just year ago provided no alternative candidates.This destructive urge of extremist forces In some regions.
correct this ad and drop it off in our office at 1105 W. Uni- city's 250,000 residents chose from many "The two sides differ on many things," said Vladimir
candidates, with five to seven contenders in some Serdyuk, director of the children's art school and
versity Ave. on any weekday before 3 p.m. Ask to see Jon
districts, their representatives at four one of the civic union leaders running for'the
DeVries, and we'll see about including you in our ranks. power levels-district councils of the city, city council. "Our union is for more
Name: Phone number: city council,the council of the territory and Fyn reforms. Confrontation, however,

. . . . . . . . . . the Supreme Soviet of the Russian Federa- not' solve sensitive issues. ..
tion.None past days both citizens and the
of the influential and wellinformed"city party committee have shown them-
fathers" can predict the outcome. as serious forces, aware that the only
Spike Lee There are still no answers,even after the. way out of the crisis is not to make mutual
Shuttle launches election, to the two main questions agitat- accusations and confrontation, which lead
Bowl Games ing the city population: who of the newly-elected 150 only to impasse, but to pool efforts in accelerating
of the council will be the "
deputies city new mayor Perestroika in civil peace.
R.E.M. and who of four candidates will represent Novorossiisk -
A six-hour meeting that drew some 2,000 people
Presidential in the Russian Parliament?
political conventions turned out to be a school of democracy both for the
The main for the unpredictability,however,
Robin WilliamsThe reason
people conscious of their strength and for the author
is that force for the first time has entered the
a new
Johnson Hall fire ities who acknowledge that it is time for new action
political stage an awakening public seeking a and new policies.It .
Norm Sloan decisive say in determining its own future.
Paul Shaffer The elections are to decide the destiny of the city, is expected that most deputies will reach a
Forsyth County Ga. largely that of the territory and to a lesser extent that consensus at the first session of the city council,
of the Soviet Union.The public,aware of that,is activein during which it will elect a new mayor. Many local
Join The Alligator in covering the events and people the UP
changing the old scheme of things, which used to residents are against re-electing the present mayor,
community wants to read about. We're looking for photogra- be determined by the narrow centralized and bureau- Valery Prohorenko.

phers and reporters cover news, entertainment, sports and cratic system.
The city population responded warmly to a perestroika Regardless of who the next mayor will be, the
features this summer. Call the newsroom at 376-4458 and ask
slogan to turn councils from sham democracyinto forces of change have been unleashed in Novorossiisk. -
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page 1 stressed that he is going to help page 1 Village.
to make a decision today or them as much as possible."I'm Brown said."We hope that we've gota Many of the apartment complexes' PLEASE
Thursday about following Kru relieved he's here," UF representative group of Gaines- managers have not been contacted.
ger to UFo Kruger added that a forward Stacey Poole said. "We ville." Hawaiian Village manager Joanne
third assistant will be hired as have a new coach who seems to Unlike current curbside programs Adelberger said she was optimistic DON'T
well as a graduate assistant anda really care about us. I was look- tenants will collect about being included in the program."I .
student assistant. ing for that when I signed here. recycleables inside their apartmentand think it's great. I've already hada
Meanwhile, UF athletic de- You need a coach you can talk take them to a dumpster. The couple of tenants approach me and
partment officials and players to." four-yard long dumpster will contain they've started separating their gar- DIE OFAIDS
said they were happy with the Being a "player's coach" is a seven partitions for paper, plastic, bage already,"Adelberger said, add-
selection of Kruger after meet reputation that Kruger ac- aluminum and glass recycleables, ing that the tenants thought Big Blue
ing him Tuesday. Arnspargersaid quired at KSU. One year, after Brown said. The dumpsters will be was already implemented at the com-
Kruger's reputation as a moving the basketball offices collected by a crane truck that has plex.Oak
coaching genius made it easy away from the players'dormitories matching partitions to keep materials Forest manager Beckie Wells
for him to offer the 37yearoldthe and into a plush new build- separated.The said she needed to know more about
job. ing,Kruger realized he couldn't following apartment com- the program to accept it. She said
"The search we had all keep in close contact with his plexes have been chosen for the Big she was concerned whether the con-
around the country involved team. Not wanting to seem dis- Blue expansion: Brookwood Ter- tainers would be used responsibly, PROTECT YOURSELF!
many names and our duty was tant, Kruger moved the offices race, Bicycle Club, Cambridge Vil- especially by tenants who did not ask
not to overlook anyone," back to their original location. lage, Camelot, Country Manor, for them."I Learn all you can about
Arnsparger said. "But as I "He's definitely a player's Covered Bridge, Frederick Garden, would be afraid of it being out AIDS now.
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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND







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FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR.RENT: UNFURN. SUBLEASE: HSEAPTTHREE


SPACIOUSONE 1/2/ block to UFI 1241 SW 4th Av. 821, 2nd OAKS 1 or two roommates
o How to place
s Classifications a BEDROOM APT. story security! Available immediatelyl' needed, micro washer, fac. 4 blks from
ONLY $263MO.LYONS $260/mo/ neg. Call Will at 377-8789.. 4-6- campus. Call 3781655. $200 mnth 4 1/3
classified ad
: APT 5.2 util 4-4-3-4
1 for Rent. Furnished 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
In Person: 4-30-71-2 Sublet 2bdr/2ba/ May-Aug option lor fall. Rmmt needed for summer, own bdr in
RentUnfurnished
2 For Cash, check MC or VISA. $440/mo or own bdr/ba lor $220/mo x 1/2 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba twnhse. Option to rent

3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office INCREDIBLE util. Call 375-3246 leave message. 4-5-3- whole place In Aug. Patio, fenced yrd.
Efficiency Apt. 2 pets ok, close to UF/bus line. 335-5047 or
For Pent/Sale 1105 W University Ave.
Starting at $185 1-743-2851 4.6.5.4Sublet
4 Sublease.HouseApt./ M-F 8 am 4 pm "Starting at $235 / 2 Bedroom 2bdr/2ba, new carpet, fenced yard dish.,
Main BookstoreHub MEADOWCREST cent heat/air wash/dry hook-up, near summer C Spyglass apt. 3bed
5 Roommates Customer Service Desk 37S-398S Oaks Mall $285/mo & $250 dep. 332- 3bath furnished, washer/dryer/ will to
'. 375-3861 4623. 4.18.5.2 sublet to 1, 2 or 3 persons. Leave message -
6 For Sate" MF8am4.30pmReitz 4-30-70-2 336-0211., 4-5-4-4

7 Real Estate Union Cashier's Office 1 or 2 persons to take over lease for summer
M-F8am-9pmSat noon 9 pm Check Our New Specials 2bd 2bath at $235 per person. Oak WINDMEADOW: Lrg 1bdr apt. No de
8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm All Amenities Available Forest Apts. 373.4220 ask for Tally. 4-9- posit. $375/mo. Call 373-3558 or 377-
> FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 5.2 4105 evening. 4.13.10.4
9 Autos Medical Bookstore, Shards Roommates Available _

10 Wanted M- F,8am4.30pmBy We're No. 1 2BR/1BA/ quad unit, avail. summer, possibly Hawaiian Village sublet May thru Aug.
<( REGENCY OAKS longer. Fireplace, a/c/ dishwash SW I bd/l ba $310/mo, great condition. Call
11 Services Mall: 378-5766 area, no pets. $310/mo & sec. 3350213. 336-1634 Iv msg. 46-5-4

Services Use forms appearing weeklyin 3230 SW Archer Road 4-10-5-2
12 Typing the Alligator. Sorry no cash by COUNTRY GARDENS We'll pay U $75 to sublet May-Aug 15.

13 Help Wanted- mail MC VISA or checks only. 373-4500 Affordable 2bdr duplex, 2nd floor new 2Bdr/2Ba/ (furn. $485. Gatorwood Closeto
paint new carpet, quiet shaded 428 NW UF. C.II.nylim. 3779193. 4.13.10.4
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 2001 SW 16th Street 9 Ave. $300/mo./ Call alter' 5, 3735577.
Payment by VISA or Mastercard 4-30-58-2 4-11-6-2 Sublease for summer 2Bdr/2Ba at Rocky
15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum. Point, 429mo. Call Lisa at 378.5397 or
Dump roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the
1 16 Connections M. F 830. 4 pm. your Sublet 1 bdr/1 ba apt. Spacious. Behind 3359455. 4-6-5-4
price of one. Pool tennis, sauna, wt. Norman Hall. Washer/dryer. Only

- 17 Notices o How to correct or' room.375-1121 Stoneridge 4-30-45-2 Apta. 3800 SW 34 St. $245/mo. Semilurn. Avail. May 1. Dep. pdl Lakewood Villas Sublease May-Aug
Call 373-8926 turn bdr own ba, wash/dry/ attractive and
18 Rides clean, only $242/mo. 335.5589 leave
cancel your ad: Solve Parking Problem) Walk to UF from message. 4-13-10-4
19 Pets.. Anglia (NW 6th/l5th Sir) Modern well kept MOBILE HOMES:

20 Lost & Found > Cancellations: Apts ea w/own washer/dryer cent ht/ac Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt. 5 mm
Call 373-FIND Mon. FrI, 8. 4 pm. Now renting for fall lyr lease lit & last 3 FOR RENT/SALE walk to UF on SW. 1br/lba furnished,
No refunds can be given. dep. $460/mo 2bdr/1 b.. $610/mo pool. 245mo. Call Lee 3783199. 4-11-
3bdr/2ba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 336-8354 '80 Mobile Home for sale. 2 bdr 1 1/2 bth. 5..
Alligator errors: 392-0554. 4-20-10-2 Good Cond. Part Furn. Ctr ac/ht.
will ad ?
0 When your run
_ Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. Wash/Dry. $5500 obo 373-2227 or 377. Roommate needed to sublet 3bdr/3ba apt
Call 373-FIND with any.corrections) before *Loft Unlt-totally awesome) Ibdr 4374. 4-5-5-3 In the LAURELS. Starting summer A
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY near/UF fantastic deal. at only $200/mo (I 250mo. Call Tracy 3354085. 4-6-5-4
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY pay 320)) for May15.Aug15 call me @ 335-

DAYS after they are placed. THE: AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 4374. 4-6-10-2 SUBLEASE: Wmdmeadows, phase 2 sublease 2bdrm

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will, be extended be one alter day. Near UF, very cleanl 2bdr/lba, new carpet 4 HOUSEAPT.Spyglass of 338-1377 3bdrm/3bth Rena apt. for or Kelli Sum.210mo.C woption neg.4

Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can given fireplace, a/c, wash/dry hook.up, 4-6-5-4
alter
placing the ad. Changes called in avail. Aug. $330/mo. 3731558. 4-10-10-
THREE days to appear. Ads first will not be comp.n.ated.Customer .
the day
2 Apti: Sublease lor summer until Looking for a great place for Summer? In
may run for any length of time error or changes:. July 31, fully (furn 3bdr/3ba/ $228.33/mo/ Oakbrook 3rd floor single rm w/ option for
and be cancelled at any time. in at Attractive, clean apts. & houses, close to Only need 1-F rmmt. Pleat call 336- fall May, June, July. 380mo. 3766611.
Corrections must be made person UF, avail for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs. 0248. 4-6-7-4 4.8.5.4
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. Call 4959024. 4-30-24-2

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. DON'T LIVE ALONE this summer! Sublet Pmetree Gardens, sublease for summer

Sublease 2/2 starting summer 90 close to 4 turn C-lg bdr In spacious 3bdr twnhte spacious 1 bdr apt price neg. Please call
UF, c.nlr.lllc, dishwasher, new rug, immaculate (Oak Foreit-furn) or unfurn-$178/mo/ 3357345. 4-6-4-4
conditions great neighbors 335- 1/3ulil (negl-rmmatei) are 21 4 nil call
65753721509. 4-4-5-2 335-2550 4 more Info. 4-4-5-4 1 BLOCK FROM CAMPUS. Furnishedroom
avail for Summer C semester. Call
FOR RENT: -. FOR RENT: LG 1 Bedroom, close to campus May, Resp person seeks house to rent. Ma 3352202. Leave message. 4.5.3.4
$235.00 Call 3779377. 4.4.5.2 $375-$425. prefer within 20 mm drive ol

1 FURNISHED 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk SR24 & 175. Local rel. avail. 375-8703 Iv Summer Sublet Treehouse Village,
2 bdr Apt in duck pond area house, fireplace mag. 4-4-5-4 $160/mo. Call Jack 3754689. 4.9.5.4
wood floors, eating fans, big yard,
$145 util! Incl. Sblks.to UF. Private entrance to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280.
avail May 1. $325/mo/ 374-8148. 4.4.5.2 Sublease until 31 furnished
for July fully
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec.Plus F nil to sublet room In Brandywme
eff.'upper class or grad
single rm bdr/1 ba SW $200/mo/ avail May
summer months, rent neg 3353817. 4-6- I apt area
Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs.
call 372.1862 aft. 5. 4.4.5.1 LMR. 2bdr duplex SW 17th Av close to UF pets 7-4 53354870. 4.9.5.4
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 4.30.75-
slid $265/mo call Key Management 372-
Brandywine, 1bdr. furn. apt., assume 2 3060. 4552Spacious Oxford Manor ibd avail May 7 option for ROCKY PT. master bdr/ba In spacious

lease in summer,, price neg., 3785564. Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet renewal' In Aug. Excellent location. Call 3bdr apt., pond view, pool, turn $190/mo.
4.5.5.1
washer/dryer available In moat units for 2BR apt, 5 mm bike to campus, 378-9793 Iv msg. 4-4-5-4 335-6300 Iv message, must see ill 4-9-5-
central air, pool. Indry, available 5/7-6/18 4
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. B2B.. 1 & 2 Bath
Large entrance, private
room separate
with option to lease $320/mo. 3752193. SUMMER SUBLET New Spacious
bath, fireplace, close to UF, NW secluded $250-1350, sec & Imr, 3726422. 4.30- 4-6-5-2 WINDMEADOW Apts 2bdr/2ba. 336. 'CAMELOT 2bd/1 b.. unfurn. April FREE!

area, $350/mo. 3711745. 4-6-6-1 75.2 0077. 4..5.4G.lorwood Lease ends In Aug. Good location pool,

for r.ntln Victorian home. Wood Big Home & Yard trees, close to UF" sauna, laundry. $425/mo./ Call 374.6578.
ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145 for Summer 2 rooms
Available 4bdr/2ba, carport, brick fireplace, bb goal, Apts.-2bdr/2bt, (furn. at 4-12-8-4
area.
avail CLO. Incl) doors, large porch, Duckpond
Spring & Fall also at
$600/mo. $700. Prefer unfurn. $425/mo. May-July,
3714935. 4-5-5-2 no pels. 1-May 1-Aug $490/mo, at ,
10 / util 1 blk to UF. Student May.
meals/wk pd grad students over 21. 3782016. 4-6- 3754813. 4-11-10-4 Sublet Summer, ibr/lba apt option lor
runll 377-4269 or stop by 117 NW 15th St. fall, 1 blk from UF. Price Call 371-
4-13-10-1 2 I ibd apts, SW, cent heat/air, on bus, 1 4-2 neg.
avail now, 1 avail mid-May, $275 Includ. Frazer Has Apts sublease for summer, 8265. 4-4-2-4
... 3730701. 4-6-5-2 1 bdr housescreened porch/deck, 2 entrances option lor tall, ibdr/iba price rage, 1 iblk
,
annual
four blks from ,
Large one bedroom apt, water
$295 Inc util. no dep, no last mth. 10 UF 3388238. 4-4-5-4 Summer Sublease: Oxford Manor
campus, N.W.. a/c, no d/c private and HOUSE CLOSE TO UF Oil Archer a 34 St. Pets OK. Call 378-6880 3bdr/3ba. rent for May Is Freel Call 375-
quiet. $245/mo. $17 sec. Call Walt 338- 2 BEDROOM NOW $350/MO. 378.5498 SALLY. Iv m.g. 4-5-3-2 Summer sublet. May to Aug.15. Lakewood 5871 Iv. message, furn. For sale also.
;: 2071. 4.5.3.1 AVAIL Villas 2bdlolt room, 2bath. Please 4-9-5-4

call Lenny or John 335-5237.. 4-4-5-4

3756462r OXFORD MANOR sublet master bdr.
r7A7Z FurnishedUnfurnishedWe're Lg. 2bdr/2ba, pool ttnnis/racqueiball summer C across from pool,. furn,
courts, sauna May-June only, $490/mo., $200/mo. Call 371-1617. 4-6-4-4
It
; I t tto- ;4 gav.r e Call/lv message 3355408. 4-4-5-4 _
Tlew & Improved"IConvenient French Quarter 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba, unfurn.

t I 819 W. Univ. Ave. 373-6628. .1 to UF Shands. Oxford Manor-2bdr/2ba/ avail. In May, Avail April August, option lor fall. Close
$4S4/mo., for more) Info call 3381478. 10 UF. $355/mo. Call 376-6073. 4-6-4-4
Shopping. Dining 4-8-7-4

t 1. I! $ I VerticalsBasketball r Sum C -1 or 2 persons to sublease ((2 may
s start 1 yr Ise) 2 bd. Homestead pool
I SPYGLASS Sublease May-August
(turn, $196/per. 335-
good looking people
SOff /
Pets Welcome BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse, furnished
9557. 4-4-2-4
I I must see, please leave message
more 2 Bedroom Townhouses
I or I I or Fully Renovated for Fall 338-8254. 4-66-4

.. Classifleds.Continued .. .
Large furn 2bdr/2ba twnhse In March-
| Coupon I. Landmark wood for summer sublet $425/mo obo on next page.

i <. LThis Week onto Exp. 4/7 1111 SW 16th Ave 3360820. 4-5-5-4 u

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Otr close to campus, 2bdr 1 1/2 Spacious Condo Summerset Village, / N/S/ roommate needed for summer needed ASAP lor big orange ft Villas N/S F Own bdr/ba I
ba. I rmmt $177.50 & 1/2 util neg. 336 across from Shands, 2bdr/1 1/2ba, new Own bdrm In 4bdr/3ba apt $150/mo + 1/4/ blue shuttered house corner of Archer & sum and/or/ fall $225/mo & 1/3 util I, pr
1010 Chris/Roll. 4.17.11.4 carpet sublet starting May, flex call Ted util Call 332.6559. 4555 13 St across from UF fully furnished utilities sego for sum. 336.4998. 416105
376.1296. 445.4 Included.wa.her/dryer.225.Mlchelle
FEMALE RMMT Oak Forest, own mailer Summer and/or Fall/Spring N/S for own 335.9768. 4675 Roommate to share 2bd/lba/ duplex
bd/ba wash/dry/ pool, vb/tn/bb $200/mo Ventura Apts sublet. for summer lurn bdr/ba in Rockwood Villas, $250 + blocks Norman Hall. $142.50 & 1/2/ u
& 1/4 util Sublet lor Summer. Call AMI 2bdr/1 ba Fully Furnished $350/mo. great 1/3 util Call Pam 335.4469. 4555 Oxford Manor-neat nil F to sub summer It es. Call Mark at 378.7452. 4955
335.5954. 4644 condo Call 336.1693 Leave Message. 4. own upstairs br/ba very clean! rent nego
554 Own master bdr/ba In an In the Pines cheapll/3utllftw/d/ fall op call 373.5396. 1 or 2 N/S/ F Rmmti needed to share 3
Sublet Available May 2bdr/1taa SW location twnhse, close to UF, .vall.I May-Aug. Big 4.4.5-5 adorable apt for summer C. Own room
$365/mo Call 335.5454 and leave Live at Oakbrook this summer! Close to enough for 21! $250/mo Call Sarlt 371 reasonable rate. MUST SEEI' Tracy
message. 4.10.0.4 campus, own bedrm/balh.lully turn A 1833. 4665 F for own bdrm/bath In a 2bdrm/2bath apt 371.9295 Lv Message 4955
steal at S250/mo1/2 util Call 378.1261 Big enough for 2. Regency Oaks apts No
Oxford Manor (urn 1bdr avail May 5. eves 4554 F/N/S to share 2bdr/1ba, furn, $160/mo4 dep req $200/mo. Call 3750975. 445 OXFORD MANOR
Sublet a.b or c term*. For details call 1/2 util, summer C + fall, behind Norman 5 Roommate needed for summer Own meter
336.4108 Iv m.g. 4944 Oxford Manor I ibd avail May 7, option for Hall, April free, Call 373.6416. 4.5-5-5 bdr, own master bath, own walk
renewal In Aug. Nice. clean, ft gray carpet ATTENTION: Rmmt wanted for own room closet. Low rent 376.9788. 4955
OXFORD MANOR Sublease or re-rent Big enough for two! Call 378.6515 Iv HEY YOUI) Nice, Fun Jewish female to In 2br apt FULLY (urn. Lots of extras
lor summer, option for fall, 3bdr/3ba, msg. 4.9.5.4SPYGLASS share a room in a 2br/2ba in Brandywine Walk to UF 374.8563 'leave message 4- N/S/ F to share for summer 3bdr/3ba a
washer/dryer Please call 3778287. 4. $150/mo/ and summer It FREE) Call Jennifer 4.5.5 at Polo, wash/dry wt room, pool opti
17.10.4 sublease from May.Aug at 372-1987 NOWI 455.5 to stay for tall Call 3365658. 4-5.3.5

3bd/3bath. Absolutely, beautiful, great Roommate wanted, own room, male or
N/S/ F to have own master bedrm/bath for pool area. Grab some friends ft sign nowl F N/S rmmt needed to share 2bdr/3ba female rent $100 + 1/3 util! call 336.1541. F N/S/ rmmt needed May 1.Aug 14. Pi
ONLY l80/mmh' ft 1/3 util Need ASAPI 3352830. 4-10.5-4 condo, wash/dry, SW .rea. S225/moft1/2 4455 turn, pool, near law school Only $200/n/
Call Kim at 375.6780. 4.10-5.4 util. Avail immediately Call Karen 373- ft 1/2/ utl Own room and bath Call 37

5 ROOMMATES 2366 4.6.5.5 Easy-going n/s fm for summer C. Own 1562 4535
Sublet 2bdr apt May-Aug. Univ Heights room In 2/b 1/bth apt walk to campus!
Apts, 2 blks from UF 1 $375/mo. 377.1523. Prof I N/S/ to share 3bdr/2/ 1/2 ba furnished $175 + 1/2 util Call 377.9758 lye message 0 2 bedrms w/baih In 3/2 house, I fnished
CALL NOWI! no more parking hassles! 410.5.4 BRANOYWINE FURNI' 2bdr/1ba apt for summer $174/mo/ part util 332 4455 hardwd firs, fence, pets ok, qUI
Jacuzzi, sauna, wt room, huge pool, 1/2
6520. 4655F 1mi! to uf 1 look is all It will take $2.
mi. to UF, $230/mo/ for own room, 1/2
Cheap! 130/mo 1/2 util'. for own
+ your 375.7169. 4555
2bd.2ba apt avail May-Aug. Fully turn ac, cable & util, 372-2857 Dennis 4 30-28 5 N/S wanted for summer Own room In room. Start In May & can continue. Closeto
w/d, micro, buses to UF ft SFCC turn 2bd/lba/ apt Duel & close to UF. .
UF, pool!, & ac. Call 335 0569 for Infer
N/S I liberal rmmt, own room In 3bdr hous
$150/mo ea. Call Robin after 1 pm at 374 Female N/S Rmmt to share 2bdr/lba Apt Asking $150/mo/ ft 1/2 util Call 371.2261. 4455
4676 4.10.5.4 l75/mo & 1/2 utl, walking distance to 4435 3 blks to campus $142/mo 4 1/3 util, pe
UF Call 377.4244. 4.17.15-5 ok. 371-6059. 4635
Roomate wanted to share 2bdr fully furnished -
Sublet I ibdr in 2bdr/1 1/2 ba apt, (urn, Female to share 2bdr/2ba/ Townhouse In rent prefer' professional female -
May.Aug. $210/mo 377-9280. 46.3.4Sublease Looking for M N/S Rmmts( ) to share Fa r' SW Area fully furnished, wash/dryer or single nego mother call or Iv Oxford Manor, Frmmt to share 2bd/2/
msg
mont Oaks Summer C woption to stay $225/mo & 1/2 util Call at 335.6273. 4. 336.4156. 4455 apt. $240/mo+1/2ulIl/ Avail may 5. C
: own bd/ba In spacious lurn beyond. Howard 395.7256. 4665 13.10.5 3779751 It no ans.leave msg 445

twnhse Summer C $187/mo A 1/2 util
Call Holly 335.1270 Please leave message Share luxury lakefront condo w/quiet ma- M/F for Ig. 3/2 Greenleaf twnhse Yard
4.8.3-4 ture N/S F prof Avail 5/12. Near and woods, turn, share wi 2 Fs, $175/mo
UF/Shands/ next to Hilion.( $350/mo/ + 1/2 4 1/3 ulil.I Must see May 1. Aron 371- UFA TODAY Scott Millei
Summer Sublet, May.Aug. 3bdr/2ba/ util I Incl)-own bdr/ba pool, wash/dry, cable 4563 4.4.3.5 by
house 1 blK from law school, cent ft wkly maid sere ((1st mo + $350 damage
heat/air wash/dry $500/mo/ rent neg. dep) 376.7728 Iv msg. 4-6.7.5 F N/S Rmmt wanted. Own Bdr/Ba

3748842. 4105.4 $2l5/moft 1/2 util For For L
summer more LAGS
'YO\) ( II
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F rmmt 1BR in 3BR apt. Summer C. $186 Info call Lisa at 378.5397 or 335-9455. '

Graduating I Sublet 2br/1ba for summer, Spacious apt Pool courts May rent free 4655 ... ,.., "" < OR.MI
close to UF 360/mo Call Joyce 3767412. Call Julie Iv msg. 3786591. 4+5-5 ,,"I ? l"YoJ

4-4.5.4 OAKBROOK WALK F/M/ sublet for sum \ k'.t. / --
Share 4bdr house across from Odome lor bdr/ba lurn dis-
mer, own fully walking
Sublease Sun Bay Apt 5/1.8/15/ Nice summer, walk to school, own $150/mo lance to UF, rent neg. 3352498. 4655 1. f X I /
grounds quiet clean, new Call evenings + 1/4 utilities Call 4 Iv msg Maureen 372 OWNl

378.4819. l 1bdr,280/moulil. 4454 7162. 4.4-5.5 POLO'Sll Own furnished bdrm & bath In & 4 -S? ) ,

3/3 apt. Avail May 1 $240 nego. & 1/3 2 U.
PLEASE sublet for summer Spacious Roommate wanted to share a two bed util/mo cable & more Call 335.5646 leave ,
mi to campus $160 nego Call Neil' 378 room/two bath townhouse flat $210/mo message 4955 \ 1
8348 keep trying oktl!! 4454 plus half utilities Call Dominick 378. t '-

1034. 4455 CHEAPI! n/s f needs same to share spa f ",e.C" 1
MAY.AUGUST, ibr.iba,fur,qu et.own cious turn NW home May-Aug. $135/mo ft It ,.. \s
park ng,low util.pool.great ma n.50% oil GREAT HOUSE near law school-OWN 1/2 util Dog okay. Fenced yd. 372.9858 ; aie (
May $260p/mo after Call Pete, 378.8468, room In 2.story new home.W/D, dw, fp eves 4.6.4.5 :: \ Over/ e4.rc1 at
378-7042. 445.4 avlb May 1 rent NEG + 1/3 bills 3775789. "
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4-4-5-5 F roommate needed for summer Own
n/s I for 3bd/3bth ndmeadows apt avail.I bdrm/bath apt, fully furnished Spaciousapt
now-Jly 31 own bd/bth $175mo + 1/3ull Casa East sublet for summer own nice complex Rent negotiable Call
great dealt for more info, call Cass 336 bed/bath wash/dry $250/mo/ call today 336-9375. 4955
1133. 4454 377-3832. 4455I

2 fern roommates needed for summerfalland
SUBLET: for summer term option for fall I want I to live in The Laurels or spring $150 each plus 1/3/ ol utilitiesIn
at STONERIDGE APTS 3bd/3ba.. Call Windmeadow lor Fall How about you? 3bed/2bath townhouse Call 375.2441, .
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to share 2bdr/2 1/2/ ba condo own Rmmt needed for summer Master bdrm Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Waterbed, queen size, 50% motion, white glass table $15 am glass end table
bdr/ba $200/mo' & 1/2/ utll Pool & convenient w// own bth In large Wmdmeadows apt brand are all at our New Location! Car padded, $150 obo call 3357345. 464 $10. gray coffee table $20, chair $10,
' 373.5423 or 904-264-3236. 417 $240/mo/ neg. Barry 335.2500. 4105.5 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372. 8 lamp $10. ALL In good condition! 338-

10.5 2070 4.30.75.6Rockford 0393 Su*. 4636
ROCKWOOD VILLAS, N/S/ M/F for Fish tanks 10 & 20 gal.
CHEAPII 2 m/f rmmt needed for 3br 3br/3ba Fully (turn, own br ft ba Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, 5 spd cruiser wrack Apt full of (urn. GREAT for guyi 2 twin
home Walk to UF, $110/mo' a 1/3 util, $235/mo/ avail. May 5. Chris 335.9225 Iv Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm The Bill Kenmore gas grill, Need to sell beds, book cases. couch love seat, coffee .
! ease renewable pet ok. Call 372.1160. mig 41055 Car Stereo Installer In town. Car St*. Call M ke'Joe/ 375.6889. 4956 ( table tic. Call JEN at 372.1987. 4.

t 1055 reo to Go. 3751834. 4.30-75-6 10.5.8
I PARTY PADI! Near CJ'*, Huge TV, C.rwin.V.ga At,.8 Loud Speaker System
N/S F Rmmt needed for summer C. Own HBO/SHO/ VCR, Micro, DW, Pool Unf. CAR ALARMS Installed remote control Subwoofer/ $500 OBO. 395-9516 Eric. MUST SELL King size walerbed. In good
bdrm/bath washer/dryer/ fireplace, deck room. $187.50 avail May 1. Hurry I 335- any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 4646 condition, will take best offer Call 374.
Call Alisha at 335.7088. 4635 5441 4.10.5.5 demo Call 336-9193 student, message' 7198 4.5.2-8
4-30.72-6 SWEET 12 SPEED BIKE Centurion Elite
1 tee Neat reap N/SF wanted, own mstr NIS M/F to hare 2bd/2ba apt for Summer RS. New tires Rarely used $250 OBO. king.1121 pedestal. bed $150: desk w/

br/bth/ In spacious 3br apt, summer C. A. Covered Bridge $23S/mo' a 1/2 utll Car Alarm, Autopage,, Chapman. Home Call 335-0936. 4536 matching chair $40. Negotiable! 377.7126
- Close to campus & 2 great roommiesl Call Ken at 377.0849. leave message and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sintui Sherwood or 335-5271. 41056
I $184/moa' 1/3 utll Call 375-6060. 410 4105.5 and more. W* Beat All Price!! pre.SUMMER BIKE SALE. 1 speed cruisers .
1 5.5 373-3754. 4-30-69.6 $109, 3 speed coaster brake $189 6 Gibson Acoustic MK35 mint 1978
F to share mast bdrm ft bath In 4bdrm 2ba speed cruiser $1 SO, 15 speed alloy rims Gibson Electric Sonex 180 mint w/ cases
- N/S F to share 2bdr/lba apt at Home house W/d central heat/ac walk to UF MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376.1146 $199, 18 speed mountain bike $279 Call Matt 332.1993. Can sell teparaie
t stead. Own bdr avail May 5. $175/mo' a $126/mo' ft utilities Avail 5/3 371-6715 Iv Editor choice CompuAdd Northgat RACING & TOURING -- Miele racing 4526

J 1/2 utility Call 3353745. 4685 me*. 4635 H P. Price lam or lower than mail bike $399, Vrlveg Nvovotech alum frame
order Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb $379, Vivitech $439 3 used Can FOR SALE 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme -
F N/S to hare a bedroom in a 2bd/2ba ttBrandywine N/S F for own bdr In furn SW apt avbl now ((28ms), graphics monitor .., nondales starting at $275 Large selectionof $1500 1 Brown air conditioning
_ $137/mo & 1/4 util. Avail for i60/mo' & 1/2/ util condition. Call 373.3853
summer MC 286/12/ $1195, Packard Bell $1295' used bikes.GATORCYCLE. stereo, good
r. May 4. Call 335.9846. 4105.5 washer/dryer/ near Shand ft UF 336 MC 388sx $1495, Northgate 386/20 3321 SW Archer Rd. 373- leave menage 4836
. 9469 leave message 4-10-S.5 $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery 3962 4956
:. OXFORD MANOR rmmt needed Immedl HP fib calculator, color w, couch,
$1999 CompuAdd 810 wi 20mb & graphIcs
1/2 Apr (reel Own rm/ba In 2/2, option for m/f/ n/s needed 4 huge 4 bdr apt rent monitor $970 1 & 3 year warranties Mountain Bike Alpine Freemont Pass, loveseat, typewriter, desk, dresser, nightstand
J summer a fall Call Julie Iv mess' 371- $135 ft 1/4 utll Master bdr w/ huge walk- Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 printer top of the line. shimano diore equipped Will negotiate Call Bob at 335

1477. 4.11+5s In closet & balcony, killer deal) Contact $185 HP Laser Jet Up $104\\!,.3743 W, look like n.w. barely used Call 371 6684 41056
Mike 336-6274. 41055 0422. 4536
University Av*. 4 30-65-6
N/S F to share cute 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse Graduating) Must sell 37.high, 20-long.
- wash/dry/ $172.50/mo' t 1/2 util Roommate wanted to share 2bdr 1 1/2 ba FUTON & FRAME SAlEI! Tandy 286 100% IBM, 640K 20MBhd; and 10 gallon freshwater tanks: all with
a 376.6512 Iv msg 41058 townhouse t85/mo' n/s/ Fenced yard 3.25, S.25 drvs rqbcolor, modem mouse hood stand and all equipment Cyndi 335
pets ok Avail May 1. Daniel at 335.4540Iv From only $200. per set & dmpletter prntr Software $1500. Call 1135. 4656
ill N/S/ F to sublet Ibdrm condo newly turn m.g. 4.10-5-5 Call Matt 377.5650. 430266For mac 392-5979\! wkdys 2-4pm. 4536

w/d/ d/w/ etc 2 ml' from Snands Rollaflex 35mm' Normal lens w/additional
_ t/c .
Sale Nikon N2000 Camera Body, Frostless refrigerator/freezer/ side.by. 80 to 200 Zoom case. filters, tripod & all
$175/mo' a Util Call 335-5619. 410.5.5Own M/F for gorgeous 3bdr home in duck pond
Nikon 50mm II.8 lens, Vivitar 550 FD
side Avacado 21 cu ft. $300 392.1733 accessoriea Asking $300. For more Info
N/S Wood floor
ar.a. Witty preferred flash. Retail $600 will sell for $400
Master bdr/ba avail thru window / nego. ask for Pat 4956\! Michael' 372.8117 or leave msg 4.9.55 .
May bay
big ac/ht fireplace, fence/yrd Call Gary at 336.6211 Lv msg' 4456
Aug l65/mo' a 1/3 utll/ at King Creek $200/mo' + 1/3 utll avail May, 374.8148. .
MUST Gol Sbdrs a dining
Everything living
AplI.372.8275. 4.-8.5, 44SS Moving.Must Sell Akal 100 watt receiver room 'turn washer & dryer; everythingIn Graduation Salel complete sell.out of all

I $125, sofa and chair $50, sewing machine great cond, call 375-5871 Iv message furniture and bicycle, chairs. matching
I .
alter 4966\!
$40 Call 376 6365 5pm.
Rich Iv
4956 sets, glass table, etc 375.1200
mess' 4536
5 piece dining table for sale $60 obo. Call 4 MCCARTNEY TIX LEX KY. APR 9.

now at 336-0529. 4566 372 7563 4.8.4.6GRADUATINGI McCartney McCartney McCartney

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited Tampa Tampa Tampa
BAHAMAS) Round
FREEPORT. trip
Super sing water bd., McCartney McCartney McCartney
Edited by Trade Michel Jafle cruise ticket for twO. 4d/3n. Call. Eric. 335- semi.weightless, liner, heater head 2 Tickets. April 123723516. 4956
5551 Will accept best offer 4 S-5 6 board, $80; dresser.$35; comp desk

8 Evils 41 British 49 Austrian $35; wood desk.$70. 336.3833 Rosa Lee Alphasonik 2175 car amp 175/watt X two
3 Paul McCartney Tlx 4 sale 4.14
1 Candle 9 Light-Horse Conservative psychiatrist 1056 channel. less than one yr old. Lift $625,
Robbie stad Great seats FLOORI Call
6 sell for $350 obo. 335.4387 leave mes-'
Scoop out Harry et al. 42 Starlet Alfred .
Gail 395 6172lv, 4556
msg Beach cruiser, 3 mos old like new, must
sage 4636
10
Pepper follower 10 Gras 44 Every 51 Lake or singer sell $6013727190 4.6.3.6Furn.
14 Mountain ridge 11 Dostoyevsky's 45 Chemical 52 Toward the SAILBOAT 1969 Holder 14 by Hobie,

15 Make eyes at "The -" compound mouth monohull. complete spinnaker and sale couch (ok) $30 dresser $30 7 REAL ESTATEOakbrook
18 Hebrew month 12 Abalone feature 48 Some spies 53 Pedestal part trailer $2,995 1.473-0060. 4556 woman s dresser $40, desk $40 coif tbl

17 Jewel weight 13 Lock of hair 47 Inventor Howe 55 Dies $10. chair $45. Call 332-5415 before' Condo 2bd/2ba/ (urn.. ground
Peavey VTM 60 watt amp. Less than one floor, pool side. Take over payments or
18 Border 22 10pm. 45.2.8'For
on- a Miniver" 48 Fill with 56 Birch or root year old. Paid $450/will sell for $3001! make offer 3769743 4.10.10.7
shield 23 War god )Joy 60 Scrap for Fldo Great sound, great deal! Call anytime '
19 Jerry of the S.F. 25 South American 335 5660. 4446 sale: matching couch, loveseat a
Must Selll! Excel cond condo 2br/2ba
chair, coffee table & endtable $430. Dining
49'ers mountains ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: table with chairs $45. Call 336-1079 P.bbl.Cr..k area 2739 39 Dr. Call 813-
20 RNI forte 27 Storage bin IT IT rf T. ADD I1T P Il A IT LOFT cust.made for Beaty rm., carpeted alter 5, 4.10.5-8 666-5686 or 813.882.3525. 430247
21 Diplomats 28 Devout r ladder incld Asking $165 obo. Call
A r H T. D'n II r! 11.L.1i
24 Eastwood's 29 Picnic pests I! H n R I Tin ROlF Ilft N 3956150 4656 FISH tank for sale 35 gal with stand Halle Plantation, 2br/2ba, gazebo, deck
fenced yard, all appliances asm non
& all l3S/neg/ .
30 brand ace
26 Ceremonial 31 Resounding H 0 R R I n I R E S A fy I S t MUST SELL Mens Ouch 10 speed $125. Also 3X5 new desk pump$45/neg/ my Call Dave 372- qual 9.5% fixed FHA w/ very low down.

- IRE ; 00 E WI E = 1 New Lecarra Steering Wheel $35 Sola 9417 4946 372.7259. 4557
procedures sound
ft Love Seat $400. 3720057. 4656
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27 Dispatches 32 Secure Assumable No Qualifying 8 1/2% Low
28 Summon, a ship A T.i N If 0 R. N rf Waterbed queen size. new mattress, side manual PRINTER prof traded Panasonic.up. Bargain 1081 like$100 new obo.w/ down only $3lO/mo' P i.1 I I. Adorable Spacious .

31 Feathered 33 Zaire H C KF N II AND W H pads, heater $175 Call 378.8345 'leave Eve a wkds 377.7633. 4.94.6E 1Bdr w/ loft, ceiling fan, skylight
friends river rf F N n III R E. A i E message 443.6Player's vertical blinds. Indry rm, storage & 2

32 Very small 34 Altruistic TIN iG f SEA .1 FRY E R decks; Beautiful landscaping. w/ lots of

37 Cosmetic 35 Sly look A P A W Sports Club 4702 Dogwood eves/wknda& Azaleas 4.4.3.7 374 4923 or 976
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Ingredient 38 Have S RAN presents

38 Loot brunch A M : : 2 FOR 291 PAGE CATALOG 2br, 1 1/2 ba twnhse In axe condo Shell
39 Draft status 38 Bikini IiifN I M 3 for I'sTonll. TOLL FREE FOR INFORMATION Rock Villas, ong. owner. Extras inc (firepl
M A M
40 Enormous part 1-600.777.7901 ceiling fans, w/d/ If qualify assume 10%
42 Map feature II R F.N n 1.800.3314783 FHA loan w// low down. $41 ,900. 332

43 Scull crew 4/4/110/ 1605 s.w. 13th 51. 6324. Iv mess' 4.10-5.7

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45 .*******************: MOTORCYCLESSick
Arabian chief I pl LASER PRINTINGno 8
49 Binary star in for complete It limit
Perseus 114 II' ot parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter
wait
50 Pamper *:1:35: 5 q9 many no typestyles 4900\! miles. excellent condition $600
III
377.2357. 46.15.8Mat
54 Taradiddle 7 No Matter When Needed It volume discounts
57 10 Day In Advance 4 .
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Hipbones -c
121 '.Uninnlty Tuxtdo 4 Sell 85 Yamaha XJ700 to first reasonable .
58 Viva voce UnIV 12nd toot) S71J.8462 It PC Lab, 17 ft Unlv. 372-6500 offer Low mile, great condition
59 Bete J******************** lots ot X.tras. Call 336-6794 for detail

61 Shipshape 4686

1 62 Created I aCllYlC
63 She-bears: Lat THEATRES I ATM M.W I 1987 Honda Elite I 60, runs great, blue, I
64 helmet Included $700 or best offer' ,call
Being PAJLT Ewe 134E SHOW
65 Aroma Jl OAKS MALL 10 =2 baboa as s op Mike, at 378-6189, leave a message' 46-
1 68 Heavens OAKS MAll 6309: HI wet am ROAD l = 56

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DOWN 331-8818 MUH Baas..uTtDMCI 1331-8118 auatlaT asaxsnaza To tact TOMOS GOLDEN BULLET'108S

1 Needed by MUTANT NMIA TMTUI OK) Moped FOR SALE. $350. Call 335-
2 00. (4.00 a12.so1. CM, 100: I itofvonTVNrrv -
21 Across ( NUNS ON THE BUN (PG-13) 5607 and leave msg 4648 y
2 Soviet Inland 1:46. (3:167112-601.: N.81 200: (ISO: 0 MM), 100.: ISS
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III 51 54 Honda Elite Scooter 150 cc's, excel.
sea 155 r KNOCK (K-ii) DRIVING MISS DAISY (PC)
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3 Draft horse 51 10-10- toe (I." 012.M), t.00 10:11: t 14S: ((5:IS 0 IUD), 7:45: '.55 cond., 60 mpg,- w/ helmet eve. 332$268.
4 O'Hare Info. 111 L... 111I POUR WAIt (II) HENRY V (NR) 4946
5 Slows too 130.: ((4J00I2M), 730.: 10IS:
III. Honda Excel. condo Call
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"1 THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOREI (PC)
6 Hatch or trap '1.12.101.: ) .00.. U
7 Taj Mahal site 1114 MY LEFT FOOT(1t' 1:30: ((4.30 0 $2.SO), 7:30, 1015
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14, ALIJGATOR WEDNESDAY. 4,1990MOTORCYCLES

SERVICESONE TYPING SERVICESMICRO HELP WANTED PERSONALSDear


CENTER/ 376.0339. Full ASSISTANTSHIPS Doctoral and Masters Howard, .
Typing
HONDA SCOOTER
aero 125 1984 $50. STOP DENTISTRY
Area of Severe and Profound Hand Spring Break was great thanks to Breakaway .
ft self service Typing starts
PUCH computing
MOPED 1980 $25 both not,
running. Accepting new pis emerg 1990. Must Tours, but now It's back to the
September
icaps. Beginning
I have titles, Dan 332.0265 4- 1.50/pg/ A Resumes $6 A Self service
message. Adult cleaning $30. child $20
book I found a new place for the Fall-
4.1.8 resumes A $2.50/hr/ A 15/page Laser have a minimum of two years experiencewith
((4)) Wlsd. tee. $325 ((3)) Wisd. tee. $250 individuals who exhibit severe cognitive Frederick Garden at 1130 SW 16th Ave
t typeset graphics A spell check A theses
((2)) Wisd tee. $200 and behavioral problem Strong ap. If you're still looking, call 372-7555 for
papers A special characters A employment
9 AUTOS Nitrous Oxide Accept MC, V, AE information
behavior background
plied analysis
databases A mailmerge A training
Valid only with to ((4)) people
coupon up Gast Dr. Luv Ya.
WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC./ 4-30- preferred.' Contact: Dr. David or
H.T. 372-9521
Gonsoulm. DDS.
85 VW JETTA GLI good sporty' reliable 4-30-19-11 65-12 John Langone, 570 Aderhold Universityof Sally.
transportation, runs and looks great, gray Georgia. Athens, Ga. 30602. 4-5-2-13 4-45-15
w/black tint' call MARK al 3739883. 4-4-
Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
RESUMES don't wait till the last minute,
5-0 service Reasonable rate*. Laser Now Hirmg/gov'l, jobs $500 1500 wkly no BEAT THE HEATIn
get the best now. For appt. 378-6165, printer. 377-8175 tit 9 00pm. 4-30-29-12 exp ness Part time or lull time, recorded all the latest men' & women' swim ft
2950 SW Archer Also
an
see our grad
80 VW Rabbit Convertible. 141k, runs message gives details. 372.6150. 4-6-3- summer wear featuring Gotcha.
goodS spd. FUN. 335.7172 Iv msg nouncements. 4-10-5-11 I *ACE WORDPROCESSING** 13 Qulksilver, Raisins, Vuarnet ft morel
$3800 obo. 4.4.5.9 Lloyd Clarke Sport 1504 NW 13 St. 4-6-
GATOR MOVING ** legal Resumes, technical., term 3357064.papers, dissertations 42015.12 BUSINESS 3-15

81 Honda Accord hatchback good condition Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing/ 1-

reliable $1900 3711900. 4.4.5.9 Item/Hse Full. Da ./Ev... Long dis. TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Service 14 PERSONALS COUNSELORS (male & female' ) for NorthCarolina'
Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill/ 374-4791 4-30-75-11 finest 8 week children' turn
.
$1 25 double space Call 3738387.
1978 Toyota Corona station wagon Reliable mar camp. Cool mountain climate, gooo
Original Owner. $1100. 376-7535 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 4.9.30.1213HELP COMPUTERS terminal ft pc'.. buy sell, pay and great funl) Exp. not necessaryFor

leave message or 3711900. 4-4-5-9 boarding woodser facilities trade, rent ft repair. Great prices, QUALITY brochure/application: Camp Pinewood

hay rides parties sales working WANTEDAVON CDCS 818 W Univ. 338.0378. 4.30. 20205-1 NE 3rd Court. Miami Fl

1979 Olds Cutlass Supreme, new paint students accepted. 468.3224, 3758080. 75-14 33179 or phone 3057227560. 4-6-13-15
upholstry, brakes, plugs and wires Also, 4-30-75-11 375-8967

trans still under* warr. $990 Call. 371. Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. A national full service brokerage firm Is *********
7261. 4.6.5.9 Benefit Insurance. 4-30-75-13 looking for hard-working motivated peopleto
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1979 Mercury Cougar white, auto a/c Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies, NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER fice. No experience necessary. Call Mr.

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SPORTSThis




may not I Chatman : 'I'll play here next year'By I

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more to him in five minutes than I did all down with him and talking to him in-depth."
be the year GREGG DOYEL year with DeVoe." After scoring 16.1 points a game and

Alligator Staff Writer Chatman, who left the team in January earning all-conference honors as a sopho-
Seven months away from his first gameas citing mental and physical burnout after 10 more, Chatman-aching from several knee
for teamFor UF's basketball coach, Lon Kruger already games,was singing a tune different than the operations saw his role in DeVoe's offense
gym has claimed a major victory- living- one he sang after a similar first meeting with reduced."I .
ston Chatman. Don DeVoe,who replaced long-time Gators was looking forward to my junior year,"
the first time in her 11 years as the The senior forward came away impressedafter coach Norm Sloan on an interim basis. Chatman said. "No one had more to lose
UF gymnastics coach, Ernestine Weaver's his initial meeting with Kruger- the Kruger now can build his team aroundone than me (by leaving the team). I couldn't
motto is "Wait 'til next year." Gators' third coach in less than a year of the conference's top front lines in afford to sit it out.
That phrase has been echoed season and said he will join his teammates when Chatman, senior Dwayne Davis and sophomore "I worried about my teammates. I knew
after season at Gators football and basket- they take the court for the first time under Stacey Poole. they needed me. But my knees were hurt-
ball games. But it sounds a little awkward Kruger on Oct. 15. Treading lightly around a sensitive area, ing, and I have the scars that show that"
when applied to UFs gymnastics team. "On Oct. 15,I'll be on the court,"Chatman Kruger wouldn't confirm that Chatman is Chatman said Monday that he was 100

said."The door is open for me to come back, indeed returning. percent physically, and was eager Tuesdayto
-> Sharon Ginn and the way things stand now, I will play "Lots of people told me good things about get started again."I .
ON here next year. Livingston, and after talking with him over just want to play basketball," he said.
THE BEAMAfter "I 1 talked to (Kruger) a little today, and he the phone I found those things to be true," "I'm known here,and I know everyone.Thisis
talked to me like a man. It seems like I talked Kruger said. "I'm looking forward to sitting where I'd like to spend my last year."

Saturday, though Weaver may
have to wait until next season. Wait for the UF poundsVSC
return of top all-arounder Lynette Wittmeier -
who sat out this year after an injury.
Wait for a bigger recruiting class.

And wait for another shot at a national 17-8

title.The ,
No. 13 Gators are in danger of not lAf
qualifying for the NCAA championships. If By ALEX MARVEZ
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they don't, it will be the first time since Alligator Writer 1rw

Weaver took over the team in 1980. The UF baseball team moved at three

This has been an off season for the different speeds Tuesday in posting a 17-8
Gators. Six-time All-American Melissa victory over Valdosta State in front of 484 at
Miller's eligibility with UF ended in 1989, Perry Field.

and both Wittmeier and senior All-Ameri- First, they walked. UF batters drew 14
t can Janice Kerr were lost to injuries before walks against Blazers pitchers, and scored
the season even started. two of seven fifth-inning runs on bases-
And UF has had its share of problems on loaded walks.

the road. The Gators did not win a single Then, UF ((17-15)) ran, stealing a season-
meet away from the O'Connell Center this high seven bases.
year. Two weeks ago, UF placed fifth in the Finally, UF's Eric Martinez jogged. r

Southeastern Conference Championshipsin Martinez belted two home runs, a two-run
Athens, Ga. its lowest finish ever.It .
blast in the sixth inning and a three-run shotin
won't be easy for the Gators to earn the seventh.
that trip to Corvallis, Ore. Only 12 teams UF
starter Doug Brennan, who had not
make it to nationals each year.The winners
allowed a run in 18 innings this season,
from each of the five NCAA regions ad-
GENE BEDNAREK
finally surrendered three runs with two outs
vance, as do the teams with the next top in the sixth inningon bases-loaded double. Valdosta State starter Nick Speth dodges a bat lost by UF batter Jim Bell during
seven scores.The Gators will have to either Brennan struck out eight over six inningsto the Gators' 17-8 romp Tuesday.in .
beat No.4 Georgia at the Southeast Region-
improve to 31. relief." tors last Thursday after asking to be allowed
als in the O'Connell Center Saturday
score at least in the 190 which or "You know it was going to happen sooneror UF will play host to Valdosta ((11-16)) again to transfer. Vannatta, a junior who transat -
they have done only twice range this year. later," Brennan said. "It might as well 7 tonight. ferred from Palm Beach Community Col-
have happened now so I don't go into a 0 Vannatta off team. Junior outfielder lege, played in 17 games and was batting
"It's like waiting for Christmas, Weaver series worrying about giving up my first run Tim Vannatta was dismissed from the Ga160 with six RBI.
said. "Somebody tell me, did we make it or

not But?" the Gators have been given an early I Former Gators back: for golfBy Fox may have

Christmas present the gift of the home -
. court advantage. MATT FOGLESON Jones,who recently was traded from the Detroit -broken :foot
Nationals would be out of reach for the Alligator Writer Lions to the Seattle Seahawks. ,

Gators if the regional were going to be held Allen Trammel, the president of UF's Sophomore transfer quar-
ALACHUA-As they drove golf balls into the
anywhere else. Lettermen's Club,led his team to a 16-under-par 'terback Brian Fox may missSaturday's
driving range before Tuesday's Cris Col- 56 to win the Classic, which raised more than Orange & Blue
The (home) crowd factor will be very
linsworth Benefit Classic
former UF football
important Saturday night junior All-Amer- $250,000 in its first fouryears and about$100,000this Game, in' Jacksonville, because ;:
players Neal Anderson, Kerwin Bell and James '
of stress
ican Pam Titus said. "If we start hitting year. a possible
Jones communicated as if it only last week
was :, fracture in his foot; he said.,
routines, there's no doubt that the crowd'sgoing that they were enduring grueling practices together As the event grows, more and more people J'
to get psyched.The place is going to on the UF practice field. benefit, said Bell, who broke the Southeastern .: Tuesday,
rock. There's no doubt about it." < "1 had'planaed on coming
Though their professional careers don't allow Conference record for career passing yardage "
.. The Gators also have more than a fair them to keep in close contact, the former team- during his four years at UF. out 'today ( hospital) but I
shot at beating Georgia.I It will be the fourth mates teased each other's form and talked about went by the this
"Every year you see it getting better and 'morning,and had! my foot .
time UF will face the Lady Bulldogs this the many college games they won together in "
better, said Bell, who was unable to be- "
golf
season. Georgia whipped the UF gymnastsat the 1980s. scanned: Fox said at team
the SECs and cause of a knee injury he sustained playing a -,practice It i might have a,
at a tri-meet in Alabama, "It's a lot of fun to get to see some of the guys
basketball
but the Gators edged the 1989 national you played college ball with," said Anderson, where pickup it's going to game."There's" no telling, ,,t small fracture tin the' 'top, part'.,
champions by .05 points Feb. 16 in Gaines- who recently signed a contract with the NFL's go. :, 'of'my foot? i"i. ",
r ville.It. Chicago Bears that made him the highest paid Though Anderson and Jones didn't place their :_. Fox said lie'did'not know'

could happen again, but Weaver is running back in league history. teams in the top five, UF football coach Steve :. how long he,will be out, but
doubtful.The Lady Dawgs,always shaky in The players said they enjoy playing in the Spurrier and baseball coach Joe Arnold helped J plans to go to ShaRds Hospif -;
the O'Dome, will be prepared this time. annual Classic, which began in 1986, because it their teams to second and fourth place finishes, tal for more,,tests today:; .<
Nevertheless, the gymnasts say they are benefits a worthy charity -Mental Health Ser- respectively. ;)f.:', !-'J'still'nal&beable to"jlay %

ready too -and aren't considering the fact vices, Inc., which donates money to fight drug "There's so many good memories here in ,Ii In.the;sQfi 'game,.',Fox:
that Saturday's meet might be their last. and alcohol abuse. Gainesville,"said former QB Wayne Peace,who sakL 1ot1t--'J! : ;x,., .tF.. ;',j.io .
They aren't going to wait for next year until "I 1 like to see the guys and benefit drug and has played in every Classic. "It makes you feel :*AI "''JI.' ,:;
is alcohol abuse prevention at the time "said .. .' .... "
this long, tough season finally over. same ; young again. I''o i. '

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