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: Law students rally to support faculty diversityBy I

GEOFF BOUCHER is to build on that,to educate students about One of the law students participating, become available. This year the committee
Alligator Staff Writer the importance of a diverse faculty and to Neal Stanley, said variety among the background looked at more than 500 resumes for about
let the faculty know we are concerned with of instructors will improve the learn- five spots, Rush said.
Law students across the country will boycott diversity." ing process for all students. The National Student Strike for Diversity

practices classes, but today students to protest at UF faculty have decided hiring College of Law Dean Jeffrey Lewis said "Having people who reflect society's diversity Day was set up by the New York-based
he shares Rosenberg's concern about a faculty creates a better understanding of National Lawyers Guild, a 9,000membergroup
patting their school the back
more than slapping on it in the may face.accomplish that has 55 professors who have tenureor differences,which builds a greater sensitivity of attorneys, legal workers and law
qualify for it Of those, seven are women to those differences," Stanley said. "It students. Guild Executive Director Michael
While protesters at Florida Univer- and four are black. Two of those female also role models. Students can Cowan said the annual event was inspiredby
sity and Harvard University skip lectures, professors were hired this year, along with identify provides with professors with similar back- a University of California at Berkeley
UF law students will stage a rally and wear the college's first Hispanic professor, Lewis grounds and experiences a little easier. It's student protest in 1988 and will have stu-
rainbow-striped ribbons to symbolize the said. dents from more than 40 law schools partic-
another to out students.
racial diversity they want in the faculty.Rally just way help ipating this year.

organizers say their plans are a sign of "When I came here in 1972,we didn't have Law Professor Sharon Rush said the 11-

support, not protest. any women on the faculty and we didn't have member committee that screens candidatesfor The Informed Student Coalition, the
"The committee (responsible for faculty any blacks on the faculty,"Lewis said."I see law faculty spots has done a good job of Black Law Student Association, the John
nominations) is doing a fine job and the the hirings we've made as a sign of change, identifying qualified women and minorities. Marshall Bar Association, the Law Associa-
students in the college are doing better with of progress.We're not by any means wherewe Rush said its "sincere commitment" to di- tion for Women and the Environmental Law

showing interest in faculty hiring," rally should be. We have a good long way to versity may not be reflected by overall ratios Association are all uniting to sponsor UFs
organizer Robin Rosenberg said. This rally go." because of the low number of positions that awareness day.

I I Workers unaware of dorm's exposed asbestos I IPHOTOS

it's pretty much a case of miscommunication air readings where unaware
,"' Grimm said. "As workers may have disturbed the
Alligator Staff Writer
long as they don't touch it or insulation.
Electrical workers have spent bump into it, everything shouldbe Housing custodian Anthony
three weeks working within fine." Smith, 24, says he didn't know
arm's reach of asbestoslinedpipes UF Environmental Health and there was any asbestos in the
in Hume Hall ceilings, as Safety Director William Pro- building he has spent the last
unaware of the cancer-causing perzio said workers should al- three months working in.

material as the students walking ways be notified about the "I really think it's bad," Smith

beneath their ladders. presence of possible hazards,but said. "I'll tell my workers aboutit
Workers for electrician Carlos he also said this specific location Why are they working aroundit
Hope are wiring fire alarms and may not be dangerous. He saidas now? They should do it when
the back-up power system many as 400 campus buildings there's nobody here."

throughout the building's hall- contain asbestos, but none have While the electrical workers

ways, but an apparent communi- the carcinogen in an "aircarriedform stood on ladders in the narrow I
cation lapse kept some workersin ,"the only threatening form. hallways Wednesday, students I
the dark about the of
presence "We took air samples and we squeezed through on their way
above their .
asbestos heads."I
r didn't find a building, or a site to the bathroom or kitchen.
don't know if it's asbestos
or within a building, where there Sophomore Dan Margrey, a
said worker who asked
not, a was a reading indicating any dan- ground floor resident, said the
not to be identified. "I'm reallynot ger," Properzio said. "When it's students have to leave their fate
to If it iSl'd be
qualified say. air-carried, it can be inhaled, to the expertise of workers."I .
worried about it When
though. then it can get lodged in the lung. don't know what require-
work around pipes, you do
Since it's almost chemicallyinert "
ments there said.
are, Margrey
what have to do what
you it doesn't get dissolved by "You just have to hope they take
to do. But I'd be worried. Idon't
the body.: the precautions necessary. I
like having lungs all
blocked up." Asbestos, a combination of don't know if they are or not.

UF Housing Director James several minerals, is an effective Wednesday afternoon, Grimm
ay Grimm said he informed Hope's insulator, but the microscopic fibers said he called Hope Electriciansto

firm about the asbestos in Hume were identified in the 1960sas remind them of the asbestos."I .

Hall before the project began. a cause of cancer and diseases just got off the phone with
"Miscommunication. I think similar to the "black lung"foundin the contractor and I told him ,

coal miners, Properzio said. a 'Hey1, tell your workers we have

k ti'4' "We perform follow-up sur- asbestos up there' and he said

veys every six months becausethe 'They know, I told them already'
situation can change," Pro- and I said, 'Well, maybe you
perzio said. "If something falls didn't,' Grimm said. "In any

*;Mrf down, or a pipe leaks and some- case, I told them to come out in
y thing slips, the asbestos can be- the morning and tell their guys
come air-carried. It's somethingwe they're working about 18 inches
have to keep up continual away from the stuff.
work on." "I also told them that if they

In areas where workers had come across anything of con-
removed ceiling panels Wednes- cern, to call me up and we'll takea
day,there were visible rips in the look at it," Grimm said.

BY SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR asbestos lining,frayed edges one Employees at Hope's firm said

Above:A UF student walks past open ceiling tiles In Hume Hall worker said were present before only the owner could commenton
the material their work began. Properzio said the situation. He did not re-
where,right, pipes expose cancer-causing asbestos.
he would send a survey team to turn phone calls Wednesday af-
Hume Hall this morning to take ternoon.

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I Former student jailed UF engineering junior wins 1

Man gets 1 year for sexual assault In dormitoryBy 'Student of the Year' awardBy

DUANE MARSTELLER "It was a fair plea in the fact that he
Alligator Staff WriterA admitted to the most serious things that
happened that night,"Jaworski said."Our CHRISTINE BARBER Brown participates in several campus
former UF student who entered including the Benton Engineering
a case was very strong. We had credible Alligator Writer groups
woman's dormitory room and sexually witnesses. Council,Mortar Board senior honorary, flor-
assaulted a 17-year-old UF student last E. Ross Zimmerman, a Tamarac attor- For the first time since the award was Ida Engineering Society, the Florida Cicerones -
September pleaded no contest Tuesdayand ney who represented Faigan, said established in 1988, a UF student has been and the leadership honoraries Savant and
was sentenced to a year in prison and Wednesday he negotiated the plea bar- named Florida Leader's"Florida College Stu- Omicron Delta Kappa.He .
five years, probation, an assistant state gain because Faigan wanted to avoid a dent of the Year. also was a member of the Presidential
attorney said Wednesday. possible guilty verdict in a jury trial. Caryl Brown, a J junior in_material science Search Committee, which! last semester rec-
Robert Eric Faigan,19,pleaded no con-, "It can be taken as a plea of conve- engineering, was chosen from' ommended the finalists for UF's
test to one count of sexual battery and nience,"'Zimmerman said. "As far as I'm seven finalists as the winner for top post,and helped in a drive to
one count of burglary for entering an concerned, he pled no contest out of a 1990. Students from more than help victims of Hurricane Hugoin
unlocked Jennings Hall room in the early belief that, if he did not plead no contest, 40 colleges and universitiesacross South Carolina. He has servedas
morning of Sept. 22, 1989, and inserting he would risk being found guilty by a Florida applied for the president of the Gator Band
his fingers into the woman's vagina, Assistant jury.: award, and judges announcedthe and vice president of Blue Key.
winner Tuesday. But Brown said his most chal-
State Attorney Thomas Jaworski Jaworski said Faigan went drinking at
said Wednesday. Along with the award, Brown lenging experience was accom-
a fraternity party that night and then went
Circuit Judge Robert Cates pronounced back to his Jennings Hall room. Later,he will receive $1,500 in scholar- panying a group of Boy Scouts
Faigan guilty, and sentenced him as a entered several unlocked rooms and of- ships, an Apple Computer, a last summer to a camp in the
youthful offender to one year in prison fered several women back rubs-includIng Honda scooter and free passesto mountains of New Mexico,
Busch Gardens. where he had to lift the spirits of
followed by five After
years probation. the one he.assaulted. Faigan didn'tsolicit
serving nine months in prison,Faigan will sex from any of the women, Brown, who works as a reBrown the young scouts despite having
be eligible for the Department of Correc- Jaworski said.Immediately. search assistant and participatesin to eat powdered scrambled eggs
tions a variety of campus activities, said; he triesto for breakfast each morning."It .
"boot-camp" ,a four-month-
program after the assault, UF hous- .
long military-style program for youthful ing officials ordered Jennings Halt floor accomplish something new every day."I was challenging physically, but being a
offenders,Jaworski said. meetings to discuss security and changedthe just wake up and say,This! is what I wantto constant cheerleader was even more chal-
In exchange for Faigan's plea,Jaworski first-floor door lock as a normal precaution get done today,'"Brown said."I make the lenging," Brown said.
dropped three counts of burglary and one UF. Housing Director James most of what I have to offer others and of what
Brown admits his schedule hectic and
count of sexual battery against Faigan, a Grimm said.All of the dormitory's indoor others have to offer me. gets
that he doesn't sleep much. He said his
freshman from Coral Springs who was locks will be changed within the next two Though Brown maintains a 3.83 GPA while
friends whom he relies on for fre-
suspended from UF after his arrest.In he said. support
years paying his way through college,judges were quently tell him to ease up on his workload.
the plea bargain, Faigan avoided a "Our primary effort has been in educa- "most impressed by (Brown's) philanthropicand
possible) 30-year prison sentence and tion," Grimm said., "If you don't know community service involvement," said Brown is paying for his education through
$20,000 fine for both counts. His trial them, don't let them in. If they say'they W.H. "Butch" Oxendine Jr., publisher of the merit scholarships, a summer internship at
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(UPI) The Senate has adopteda technologies that would allow them to continue burning
landmark clean-air bill to slice acid rain emissionsin high-polluting,high-sulfur coal in an environmen-
half, cut cancer-causing industrial pollution and tally sound way. Those provisions are designed to EDDIE MASTALERZ
dissipate smog choking 101 cities, including those in protect jobs in the high-sulturcoal fields of Appalachiaand
major metropolitan areas of Kentucky. the Midwest, which are expected to lose jobs as ..00sW.
Senators approved the bill 89-11 Tuesday night and utilities switch to low-sulfur western coal to meet the .AI8II',
sent it to the House, ending more than two months of required pollution cuts. --
floor debate and back-room negotiations with the Bush Utilities also would be required by 2005 to cut ...asw
administration on a bipartisan compromise.The annual nitrogen oxide emissions, another pollutant at>.
bill would require 107 coal-burning power linked to acid rain,by 2 million tons below 1980 levels. '
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plants, including 10 in Kentucky, to reduce annual At least a dozen cities and counties in Kentucky are
sulfur dioxide emissions by roughly 10 million tons now violating federal health standards on ozone smog
below 1980 levels by the turn of( the century. and facing pollution reduction requirements under the
Sulfur dioxide is one of the key "precursor" pol- Senate clean air bill.
lutants that causes acid rain in the Northeast and The bill sets different compliance deadlines for four
Canada. categories of cities,which are classified depending on Health Service
The bill also would set up a system of marketable the severity of the air pollution. Cities with"extreme"
pollution permits that utilities could buy and sell smog have until 2010 to come into compliance;
among themselvesso that emission control could be "severe"cities, until 2005;"serious"cities, until 2000;
carried out at those plants where solutions were the and"moderate"cities,until 1995. The Kentucky areas
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that the republic was entering "the beginning of a ture Tuesday approved a measure supporting the
period transition"to independence and that"the Lithuanian Parliament's March. 11 declaration of inde
restoration of the Republic of Estonia has begun." pendence.
Though the Estonian resolution Friday was milder Ruutel said the Estonian parliament's executive
than a Lithuanian measure three weeks earlier,which presidium would discuss Gorbachev's demand and
declared independence in Lithuania, Gorbachev gave send him a formal response.
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relieved of his powers for two days Wednesday undera The king was therefore relieved of all his powers,
historic deal allowing a law liberalizing abortion to to be restored late Thursday when Parliament will Student Computer SystemsRepresentatives
take effect despite his moral objections. approve a resolution stating the period of "1 1pos-
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after an obscure constitutional provision was invoked A bill normally becomes law only after it is signed
following an all-night session of the prime minister's by the king and published in an official gazette,so the
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The unorthodox episode prompted some calls for holdouts.
Baudouin's abdication, while others said the time had The abortion liberalization was approved despite Call 372-3268 For Next "Acer Mixer"
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By DEBBIE CENZIPER Tompkins said the changed deadline will Replacement and Agenda Committee's rec- correct "when (he) gets into Senate.
Alligator Writer make the amendment more precise and will ommendation to have old-time SG activist, He said definitions of many election codes
leave no room for discrepancies. Tom Boyer fill the open zip code 32607 aren't clearly defined.The legislative intentof
Senate President Andrew Meyer gave his Stern said it is important to exclude SG Senate seat. some codes have been misconstrued in
gavel a good work-out at Tuesday night's from the deadline so organizations can havea Boyer who ran as the vice presidential the past, he said and he has a long list of
Senate meeting.For loophole In case a funding request exception candidate for the defeated Wave party in codes that need to be more specific.
about 40 minutes, senators debated is made. 1988 served as a student senator and as Senators approved the Law ConegeCouncil's
whether to state a "threemonth9Oday" But before the amendment passed Activity senate pro-tempore in 1985.He said he plansto funding request of$5,872 for com-
or"12weekdeadline in a proposed amendment Service Fee Advisory Committee coordi- work with Vision supporter Pat Siracusato puters and a recreation table. Former Student
,which states in order for an organization nator Bret Berlin argued it is unfair to get things accomplished in senate. Body President Ed Scales a
to receive Student Government money exclude SG from its own rules. Accent Siracusa is not currently in SG but plansto second-year law student,attended the meet
it must submit its request before the set Student Government Productions and the run for the open zip code 32608 senate ing and encouraged senators to approve the
deadline. executive cabinets all fall under SG. Berlin seat request.
The amendment,which excludes SG from proposed only Accent and SGP be exempt. "Pat will be working with me more or less Senators also passed two resolutions -
the deadline, allows organizations with a "If going to look really bad on us to seta in an advisory capacity," Boyer said. the first for an organ/tissue donor week in
legitimate excuse to go through executive rule and say'Well,we don't have to followit Both Boyer and Siracusa said their first April and the second to urge the Transpor-
cabinets to receive money if they miss the but you do/" Berlin said. goal is to change the SG election codes. tation and Security director to work on
deadline. Stern disagreed and said if SG is limitedto "If become very evident to us that the prohibiting state vehicles from parking in
The amendment, written by Meyer Stu- only Accent and SGP organizations will Board of Masters is obviously afraid of deal- bike lanes.
dent Body Treasurer David Stern and Bud- have no chance of receiving money because ing with real issues like (election codes)," Senators also approved former Today
get and Finance Chairman Chris Tompkins cabinets will be powerless to make excep- Boyer said.Siracusa. party vice presidential candidate Jace Jack
was finally changed from a three-month tions. said there are a lot of things son to serve as the student senate delegateto
deadline to a 90-day deadline and passed. In other business senators approved the including election codes that he wants to UFs faculty senate.



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Quality of Life Task Force meets tonight for an ex- r
tended discussion about the recommendations they will

present to President John Lombardi! April 15.

Members of the committee have spent the last two

months saying what everyone already knew the prob-
lem of racism on campus is complex, needs attention
from all sides and no easy solution will clear it up. One
idea that mentioned than other the
was more any was creation --
of a class to teach racial differences.Yet .

only three of the group's 19 members included add-

ing the class among their recommendations for dealing
with racism.

The concept of better educating students is a great

idea indeed the best idea, even more so than increas-

ing minority mentor programs and hiring more black pro- MIkE Ak( Sn Irlat
fessors. Although those are good ideas, they tend to
serve most in helping minorities.

Everybody needs help. Teach the majority not to be
Honor those
who die for
prejudiced and make them aware of cultural differencesand

many of the problems will take care of themselves.
April 5, is Qing Ming. A day that Chinese
Mandatory classes work. At least seven universities have traditionally dedicated to remembering the dead.I eo. Charlie Grapski
around the country offer or will offer classes about racial think that it is particularly significant this year, as S
diversity, including Florida State University. It can be we enter the spring, and approach the one year PEAKING OUT
anniversary of a spring and summer that shook the
done and members of the Quality of Life Task Force
People's Republic of China from its foundations and ucation,
nothing can ever erase the history and return
should spend the next two weeks researching that optionto shocked the world. China to what it was before the first students gatheredin
see if that would work best at UF. As I watched the events in Tiananmen Square Tiananmen Square April 15,1989,to morn the death
Another option that would work would be incorporating unfold a year ago, I knew that a significant chapter in of Hu Yaobang.In .
the multicultural communication idea into classes the history of the world was being written. Little didI this sense it was a decisive victory in a battle
many know then how fast the impact of those events would that is continuing to this day. In a fight that will one
especially history. After all, what is the teaching of other be felt the
throughout rest of the world. day, sooner than many expect, reach its ultimate
cultures besides the teaching of their history? UF already Those few months last spring set off a chain reactionof victory. A victory that can only be achieved with the
has a number of classes that teach about other culturesbut a magnitude never seen before in the history of support of the world community.

too often they are taken by people with an interest in civilization. Americans often take for granted that which millions
that specific region of the world. If it were not for the heroic actions of these Chinese are willing to die for. It is a sad statement that
people, I do not believe that this past year's surge many Americans are so caught up in their everydaylives
Establishing a program of multicultural awareness toward democracy by Eastern Europe would have that they do not notice the unpleasant truths that
could work much the same way as the Gordon Rule. The occurred, at least not at this time and as rapidly and exist around them.

concept of educating students about racial awareness successfully. Selfishly, Americans often choose to have a short
could be taught as a theory within a class, say for a total Many people have claimed that the Chinese De- memory.
Movement has failed.
of six hours or two weeks, and students could take any further mocracy from the truth. It was a tremendous They could success.not be But we cannot forget. Only by keeping the memories

number of classes to satisfy it. The world has taken a step forward, into a future of those events alive can we have any hope to
This could be done easily. American History classestell where the possibility of a peaceful existence in tune prevent them from ever happening again. Let us
with the harmony of nature is more probable than it Americans live up to what makes us so proud.On .
of the rebellious actions of Samuel Adams around the
was a year ago today. April 5, let's join together to pay tribute to all
time of the Revolution yet they very rarely tell students of One can not measure the significance of such a of those brave people whose lives were taken away
the behavior of Malcolm X during the civil revolution of success. from them in Tiananmen Square, and those throughout
the 1960s. But was it not a failure within China?Again, it was the rest of China who also gave their lives and
not. Yes, the government prevailed and was able to are continuing to do so.
And the areas of concentration would not only be to educate
suppress the movement of the people. But at what It is not much to ask, but it is of paramount
the majority about the minoritybut all groups about I cost? Importance.

each other. Things will never again be the same In China. No Charlie Grapski is a UF graduate student in philosophy -
You teach what you know best whether you are a amount of propaganda, no amount of political re-ed-

professor or friend or a parent. And what you know best I LETTERS TO THE EDITORSmoking I
is your own culture. If UF starts expanding its own mind
and curriculum, then students will learn that. And their inside is else's carcinogenic tobacco smoke General of our country.
kids will make living with people a little easier. everyday in the hallways,stairwellsand Why can't something be done
hazardous to all public areas on campus? about this?If I ran all over campus
And what about the rights of throwing asbestos dust all over everyone
alligator Editor Editor: I am writing to complain smokers? I would be arrested. But

Lucy Chabot about people] smoking in buildingson Well, I feel that people should people don't seem to mind breath-
campus. Everyone is well which is
aware have ing second-hand smoke
Managing Editor Opinions Editor of the health dangers and increased a right to do whatever they ]
want as long it even more deadly.
as doesn't harm
Mary Shedden Sutton
Tonya cancer risk
posed by
others. non-smokers on
smoke Smoking in public definitely There must be
Utter Policy nobody does not fall into this cate- campus who feel as I do and do not
to have the
Utter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one frbplO pig). They should be appears guts to say gory; it has been proven many want to be passive victims of the
typed, doubl*>*pc d *nd ntd. They thould name addre nd telephone anything. times that
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows juustacause If you have any quettlon call Why should I, a secondhand smoke tobacco industry.
the editorial page editor I at 3764488. non-smoking poses a serious health risk to David Martin
: . . . . ... .student! ,.be exposed. to.. someone nearby, just ask the Surgeon people 4LS


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watch late-night 1 I The University Symphony, directed by
television? Why do they Raymond Chobaz, will present a free concert of
appeal to you so much?We works by music alumnus and composer Henry
won't be angry; in fact, the Wolklng 8:15: p.m. Friday in the University
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Davidowskl has a lot to smile about. outside Beaty Towers in February, a gig that Alex
Alex only did he recently meet Will Lee calls strictly promotional. Matt says 100 people
The World's Most Dangerous Band, showed up, but Alex is sure the number is more
he also has a new, high-tech like "100 plus."
microphone. "Now you can actually hear what I'm Two different fliers were used to promote that
singing," Alex says, flashing a wide grin. strictly promotional show.The first one, designedby
Alex is the vocalist and sometime harmonica and Mike,read:"LIVE PROGRESSIVE BAND." Alex
trumpet player for the four-man band Henrietta's and Matt changed the "progressive" to "regres- LOVERSin
Lovers. Alex formed Henrietta's Lovers about sive" for the second flier.
,three months ago with guitarist Matt Herrero, The second Henrietta's Lovers gig was at Falafel
drummer Mike Bruccoliere and bassist extraor King on 13th Street. A strange and small place fora
dinaire Dan Ichinose. Before then, these would-be' gig. "People' didn't know whether to take that
rock idols were just UF students trying to carve gig seriously," Matt says. Still, about 75 people
out their niche in the world. packed into Falafel King to see the band play. In
"We're just three normal guys who decided to the audience was Will Lee, who stopped by for
start: a band" Matt says. Three normal guys who some carrot juice. "And to check out our band,"
have had an incredibly busy five months. Since Alex jokes. .
Henrietta's Lovers' official birth date Jan. 8, Gigs at a house party and the Artitorlum fol-
they've already written 15 songs and played in lowed, and the future indeed. promising. SPRINGTIME
public several times. They even have their own Henrietta's Lovers will play at The Rev tonight and
equipment now.Way at the Hardback Cafe Tuesday with Undertow.Still .
back in early January, Matt had guitar the band hopes to go much further. .
picks, but no guitar. The others weren't much Besides, too much money has been invested for
better off. The four eager musicians had a tom, a even the most fleeting thought of giving up."We're
snare, a bass and a trumpet among them. Every- $3,000 in the red, but breaking even is not an ,.
thing else the band had to borrow. option," Matt says. "We still have a lot of equip-
Now Alex has a new microphone, Mike has a ment to get." .
new bell for his drum set and Matt has his own I I.J.
guitar and a new Roland Jazz chorus amplifier.Matt .
used "creative financing" purchase the
$800-plus amp.He traded an old$275 amp for$350
(That's a $75 profit!), and the rest he charged on'
his American Express and MasterCard and on
Alex's Visa.The wonders of credit.
Although he's now deep in debt, Matt is ecstatic
about his new toy. The new amp gives him the
cleanest sound he can possibly get and a little more
musical authority. "Now I rcan have total control
over what my sound is," he says.
But just what is the sound that Henrietta's Lovers
call their own? Matt calls it "regressive." > "
Henrietta's Lovers are a return to the basics. ,1 -'" .l : 0 3s
"We're writing simplistic-type stuff with a lot less 'f'
t ( .:
clutter," he says. ,.
"With lot of and Alex adds. ; \
a groove feeling /' .,
There's not a lot of weird stuff going on." <:
As the group's main songwriters, Alex and Matt
are responsible for that pure, groovy sound. Alex
creates the lyrics, Matt cranks out the music and
Mike writes his own drum parts. And Dan just sits
back and looks good.Matt jokes that Dan Is mainlyin
the band for his hair. But hair or no hair, the
man plays a wicked bass.
As for Influences, Alex emulates David Byrne,
Sade, Sinead O'Connor and his old pal Peter Mur-
phy.."Jim Morrison, Murphy and I hang out a lot,"
Alex jokes.He remembers to add Kate Bush to the
list when he glances at her pretty poster hangingon
the wall.
Dan's major influence is The Church,while Matt s
worships "straight-up, college rock stuff." Bands
like U2 and,The Bodeans, he says.The Bodeans are
more than mere influences., Last fall, that band
gave direction to what was to become Henrietta's
Lovers. Matt and Mike saw'them In concert at
Dub's and decided that forming a cover band was
out of the question.Only .
three covers made Henrietta's Lovers' First on that list might be a more sophisticated Matt, Mike, Dan and Alex are Henrietta's Lovers.
repertoire.There's an extremely distorted version taping facility. Alex chuckles at the thought of the She must really be something.
of R.E.M/1 "Begin the Begin" and a jazzed-up band's primitive method of recording homemade
version of Love and Rockets' "Lazy," where Alex demos In their practice quarters, a small,
dusts off his trumpet for a tangent of a solo. "The warehouse,off Archer Road. "We have a tape
first half is like Love and Rockets," Matt says. player and a mike sticking straight up in the air,"
Then we break off and have a good time." The he says. "But some incredible things, have hap- -,. ,' ,' ". .
final cover is a faithful reading of Peter Murphy's pened in that warehouse "
"Marlene Dietrich's Favorite Poem." ,The warehouse and its furnishings may be
The band's reluctance to play covers and, at the modest, but incredible things happen in the least
same time, to completely reject them places likely of places. On the walls are posters of Kate_
Henrietta's Lovers in a catch-22. Gainesville is Bush, Soul II Soul, David Byrne and two promofliers
predominantly two-band scene. The fraternityscene from the Beaty Towers gig.Two mikes on the
is dominated by cover bands, and the wall pick' up every note played. There's even'a STORYBYJEREMYHELLIGARPHOTO
Hardback scene is frequented by what Matt calls fold-out chair for unexpected visitors. ,
"serious, gifted musicians" who don't play covers. And some unexpected fans may be dropping by ,
Their challenge Is to find a middle ground. "We soon now that Henrietta'. Lovers has its own BY E. ANN STODDARD
don't want to play covers,but I don't know if we'll compact disc divider Spec's Records.:Alex works .
fit In at the Hardback," Matt says. By coloring there,and he put in the divider as a joke,but when
covers with the band's sound like the lengthy someone called to ask about the CD, Alex was
trumpet meanderlngs In, "Lazy" they think speechless. It was only a friend on the other line .
they've found their middle ground.So playing a practical joke.
far, the formula seems to be catching on. Maybe one day those practical jokers will be
Henrietta's Lovers debuted al'Commons Cabaret" ,actual customers., "' -- "'-
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all persons born in 1957 or later. The primary dose initially required does not ap-
pear adequate, according to The Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, the American UF BLOODMOBILE SITES, Little and
Academy of Pediatrics, the Board of Regents in the State University System of Florida Matherly Halls, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Norman
and UF s Student Health Service. Field, 4 to 10 p.m.MUSICOLOGYLECTURE. '

by UF Information and Publications Services 355 Under the new policy, all UF students must have a completed, updated mandatory with com
Tigert Hall!,and paid for at usual advertising rates to communicate health card, including information on the first dose'of measles vaccine and the dose poser and UF music department alumnus

students, faculty official and notices stall and Call 392 important 0186 for information information to of rubella (German measles) vaccine. Health cards,are available at the Infirmary; the Henry Wolking discussing the art of writ-
Admissions Office and Station 2 of the Registrar's Office. ing music, 1:55: p.m., 120 Music Building.
Vaccinations should be obtained from students' own doctors or local health depart- ENTOMOLOGY SEMINAR, "German
ments before returning to UF for the fall semester. All cards must be returned to the Cockroach Control in Low Income Housing

Registrar's Office, where they will be clocked in and forwarded to the Student Health ," by':entomology/nematology/ pro
Applications Due Service. Students who are not vaccinated or who do not turn in their cards may have fessor Phil Koehler,3:30 p.m., 1151 McCar-
their class schedules withheld. ty Hall.
For Auzenne Permanent exemptions will be given to persons who were born in 1956 or earlier who FINE ARTS DEAN CANDIDATE FORM -
have a physician's certificate stating they have had the clinical disease measles, who University of Kentucky fine arts dean
have a copy of a blood test showing they are permanently immune to measles or who Richard Domek meets with interested
Fellowship AwardsBlack have had a life-threatening reaction to eggs or neomycin antibiotic. Temporary exemp- faculty staff and students, 4 p.m., Friendsof
tion will be granted to pregnant women.It Music Room, University Auditorium.
faculty and Administrative and is mandatory that students follow this procedure to prevent an outbreak of measlesat FORESTRY LECTURE, "Utilization of
Professional staff, University Support Per UF in spring 1991. For more information, call the I Infirmary at 3921161. Urban Yard Trash," by UF associate professor -
sonnel system employees and graduate of agricultural engineering Roger
students interested in plyingforfellow- Nordstedt, 4 p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler
ships for graduate study and educational! 1991-92 Faculty Sabbatical Program Hall.
leave for 1990-91 should[contact the Affir-
mative Action Office at 352 Tigert Hall, Application Procedures Summarized SERIES, "Jungle Pharmacy," 5:15: 'p.m.,
392-6004 .
as soon as possible.The 2353 Turlington Hall.
Auzenne Awards and
Grant-in-Aid Awards Fellowship will be contingentupon UF faculty members may apply for two awards under the Faculty Sabbatical Programfor QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE meetsto
the 1991-92 fiscal year. The one-semester award is for full pay, and the two-semester discuss life at UF for Black and Hispanic
legislative appropriations. Applica- award is for half pay. students, 6 p.m., 122 Reitz Union.
tions must be submitted to the Affirmative
Action Office by 5 Friday. All tenured faculty who have completed six years (two semester's count as one year) UF JAZZ BAND OPEN REHEARSAL,
During 1990-91, pans are for the Boardof of full-time service at UF prior to Fall 1991 are eligible for sabbaticals. A faculty member conducted by jazz-influenced composer
Regents to award each state who has received a one-semester; full-pay sabbatical is not eligible for another sabbatical and UF music department alumnus
salary replacement of $10,000 for facul- until he/she/ has completed at least six years of continuous service since returning from Henry Wolking, 6 p.m., 101 Music

ty or A&P personnel for the academic the previous sabbatical. A faculty member who has received a two-semester, half-pay Building.
year; $6,000 salary replacement and $600 sabbatical is not normally eligible for another sabbatical until he/she/ has completed FRIDAY
semestral stipend for a USPS employee; least six years of continuous service since returning from the previous sabbatical, but UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, Little Hall,
and $5,000 stipend each for five or more exceptions can be made. Only 12-month faculty members can apply for 1991 summer 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

, graduate students for the academic year. session sabbaticals. REITZ UNION SPRING'FUNG, fea-
The salaries of faculty A&P and USPS Applicants must submit a completed application form as well as information concern- tures live music, dunking booth and pie
employees selected will be continued in ing the last grant or sabbatical held by the applicant. A brief statement, indicating the throwing, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., ReitZ Union
full. The educational awards may be used benefits of the propsed sabbatical, must be attached to the application. The applicant Colonnade and North Lawn.
for work or should also indicate the sabbatical length of time for which he/she/ is applying. An en- Eth-
by recipients approved course MANAGEMENT LECTURE, "Law
research. dorsement from the appropriate department chairman or equivalent must also be at-
ics and Management:Toward an Effective
tached. Only one member from each department may be granted leave at one time. of
Audit, by University Miami businesslaw
All applications are due in the appropriate dean's or director's office by the end of
assistant professors Anita Cava and
The list of members awarded sabbaticals will be announced in late
Workshop on Writing August. faculty
Rene Sacasas, 11:45: a.m., 223 Bryan Hall.,
November/early/ December. For more information concerning application or selection,
Better Resumes OfferedThe contact Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Catherine Longstreth, 392-1254. UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHES-
TRA CONCERT featuring the music of

Office of Instructional Resourcesand UF alumnus Henry Wolking, 8:15: p.m.,
the Reading and Writing Center are University Auditorium.

offering a workshop, free to all UF stu- SUNDAY
dents, on 'Writing Resumes and Job Correspondence -
on Tuesday, April 10, at 2
in 2119 Turlington Hall. alligator hatchlings, 1 to 3:30: p.m., Florida
p.m. Museum of Natural Exhibit Hall.
To register, stop by the Center at 2109 History
MUSEUM LECTURE, "Understanding
Turlington or call 392-0791.
Florida's Alligators," by UF wildlife re-

search biologist Franklin Percival, 2 p.m.,
Cycle Race Closes Some Florida Museum of Natural History Class
room. Call 392-1721 to register.

8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.
1990 Orange and Blue Cycling Race, UNIVERSITY CHOIR CONCERT 4
open to all UF students, faculty and staff, First Presbyterian Church, 106 S.W.5rdSt
begins Saturday on campus at 8 a.m. Call
the Recreational Sports Department, MONDAY
392-0581, for registration and course infor- UF PARKING &: TRANSPORTATION

mation. The on-campus course includes Committee meeting, 3 p.m., 2nd-floor
Museum Road, Mowry Road and Center conference room; Campus Shop and
Drive, which will be closed from 7:30: a.m. Bookstore.
to 4 p.m.The University Police: Department i
advises motorists to avoid the race area. HURST BUSINESS LECTURE by Miami
attorney and American Bar Association

president-elect Talbot D'Alemberte,4 p.m.,
CORRECTIONIn 120 Bryan Hall.

the Thursday March 29 edition of John Laughton, arts and letters divi-
University!! Digest, one of the 15 Division sion head at St. Mary's College in Mary-

3 Supenor Accomplishment Award land, meets with interested faculty, staff

. winners was inadvertently omitted. UF STUDENTS PRINT WINS COMPETITIONThe and students, 4 p.m., University
Marguerite Dardis, an administrative lithograph, "Sanibel Reflections:Thirty Years,"was selected as symbolic of Sanibel Auditorium.
secretary for P.K. Yonge Laboratory Symposia's 30 years of achievement by UFs Quantum Theory Project, an interdisciplinary CLASSICS/ARCHAEOLOGY/ TALK,
School, is a Division 3 award winner research of of The Excavation of
UF's Patrician
group Departments Physics and Chemistry. College of Fine a Country
and award winner Margaret Steptoe is Arts printmaking graduate student Harry Seichepin submitted the print in a competition Villa of the First Centuries B.C./A.D./ by
an administrative' secretary in the Of- sponsored by QI'P. Framed prints from a limited edition were presented as achievement University of California-Santa Barbara art
fice for Instructional Resources.
Digest awards, and reproductions were distributed to the 350 scientists attending the history professor Mario Del Chiaro,, 7:30:
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saxophonists Michael Brecker moments are also its two most
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have staked out a distinctivelymature another woman regrets having other vocalists for years to come.
jazz-pop terrain. A major cheated. "That's how I let my fate But it's hard to Imagine anyone
commercial success in Europe, beginThrew back the sheets, let doing a better job than Ben Watton
they're finally breaking throughin someone in/ And thought that the beautiful closing number,
America with their latest love would understand/noth- The' Road." In it, yet another
release, The Language of Life, and ing ever goes as planned." jaded soul says casually,"I'll keepa
6"f its percolating first single, "Driv- As on all their albums,the songs good thought for you" only to
Ing. seem merely charming at first.But let down his guard and add plain-
Since their classic debut in 1985, after repeated listenings, the com- tively, "If you're lonely, think of
the style has changed little. Each plicated feelings and musical pas- me." It's an affecting moment,
album features the duo's pithy sages dig in: the grown man who typical of the insight EverythingBut
lyrics and Tracey's confident,self- can't talk to his wife in the title The Girl brings to all its music.
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follow her opening prayer are "You Cause As Much Sorrow," vocals are husky, almost
journeys through the secret also sung to the dead,comes much whispered, over driving guitarsthat
corners of the singer's soul. later. Here O'Connor's words are recall "Mandinka" from her
c R- I Do Not Want What Haven't Cot angry and admittedly brutal. She previous album. She even lapses
has little in common with sings, "You cause as much sorrow into Princely eloquence with
O'Connor's debut, The Lion and the dead as you did when you were phrases like "gorgeous' mistake.""
Cobra besides the singer. And alive." Even the most perverted listener
even the singer has changed some- O'Connor is joined by ex-Smiths will blush when she sings of "the
( how. The greatest strength of the bassist Andy Rourke on that song time we did it so hard there was
} first record was the sheer power and on the rocking "The blood on the wall.""
and icy strangeness of O'Connor's Emperor's New Clothes."" Here
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been replaced with quieter, more and the extraordinary fee she has the record and represents every-
.: .. reflective lyrics.O'Connor paid. "How' could I possibly know thing that is wrong with I Do Not
what I want when I was only 21?"" Want What I Haven't Got.
;) quietly asserts her she asks. She wears her heart on O'Connor's bare voice carries a
spiritual growth on the openingsong her sleeve only to pull it away dull, rambling, repetitive melody.As .
"Feels So Different." Quasi- when she sings, "I'1 will have my on several of the record's
classical strings gently loom In the own policies/I will sleep with a quieter songs, the melody is
background as she sings to the clear conscience/I will sleep in obscure,and when detectable,dif-
public or a lover or both. Intensity peace."" Although she goes to great ficult to remember. The melodic
gradually builds as the strings Increase lengths to explain herself, she repetition of the title song's five
in volume and tempo. doesn't seem to care if anyone un four-line verses soon becomes
The intended addressee of derstands. tiresome.
O'Connor's thoughts is clearer on I Do Not Want What I Haven't Cot
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Your Crave." The song is one of Boys on Mopeds" and Prince's overwrought testimonial. But it's
two serenades to the dead. O'- stark, beautiful "Nothing Com- also honest, brutal and incredibly
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Slnead O'ConnorI things I can,"" Sindad O'Connorsays tional as hip-hop percussion beats dynamic: moment. The sudden proves that true artistic talent
Do Not Want What I Haven't Cot at the beginning of I Do Not over an eastern-flavored melody.The burst of energy that opens "Jumpin lurks behind O'Connor's militant
I "God' grant me the serenity to Want What I Haven't Cot.At 23, she lyrics are almost chanted, the River" is almost startling persona and her shaved head.
ccept the things I cannot change seems to have found a philosophyshe delivered as if the singer has been after the quiet brooding of "Noth-
nd the courage to change the can live with. The songs that overtaken by a hypnotic trance. ing Compares 2 U." O'Connor's BY JEREMY HELLICAR

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the ordinary-For a refreshingly SPANISH
Our family restaurants have .
different dining experience in a ,
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intimate setting-try breakfast, lunch or Club CafeGainesville's serving yrs.
Serving llam-
daily specials
dinner at Ivey Grill Extensive break
alternative. Gen-
healthy 2:30pm: St delicious dinner entree's 5-10
fast menu, homemade soups, large erous portions prepared with an em- weekdays St 5-10:30: weekends. Comein Cake Classics
fresh salads, sandwiches and burgersfor low cholesterol & low salt &
phasis on :
& 7038 NW
lunch and dinner. Fresh seafood give us a try 10th PI Specializing in South American dishes
fiber. All foods oil free.
high are
(between Service Merchandise St MrHan's .
chicken and pasta dishes also at dinner. Caribbean Choose from a variety of muffins, ba- such as Arepas, Empanadas, Ac S.A.
Spice )3320878.Market lunch desserts St cakes! We
Or in for decadent dessert with pastries
come a
1121 W. Univ M-F 10-8 gels, soups, salads, pasta, potatoes,
espresso or cappucino. Beer and wine sandwiches fresh fruits also offer delicious vegetarian choices.
Take-out restaurant specializing in Jamaican yogurt, granola
list. Open 7 days a week. MC, VISA, beef patties. Vegetarian items St smoothies Try our new grilled Call us today for any special type of
AMEX.3303 W. Univ Ave. 371-4839. cake or dessert.All are made fresh from
available. Daily Lunch Special 1.99. chicken or vegeburger sandwiches. s
scratch-not frozen! Look for our Daily
Restaurant Fresh juices also available. Open for breakfast, lunch &: dinner.
J's Lunch Specials! We are open M-F 9:30to :
Mon-Sun. Inside the G'ville Health &
Breakfast house 20 years. Serving : 6:00: ,Satl0-3.923W.University Ave.
Fitness Center. 377-
82:3O:()( : every day.One block to campus Westgate Regency 336-1910
1225 W. Univ AveJoe's CHINESE 4955. Street Pub

Deli Fine handcrafted meats & sausages, La ConchaThe
imported beer in a jovial English Pub
Home of the two-foot Catortail! Daily N=ITALIANLeonardo's atmosphere. Located downtown 120 flavor of Key West right here In

lunch specials M-F at all locations RestaurantChinese SW 1st Ave.3772927.Murphy's Gainesville Spanish and Latin American -
Campus,34th St.13th St.Free Delivery! }J's Cuisine. M-F llam-8:30pm, 4002
377-5637 St 375-5637 food: delivery, 5-9 pm; lunch W.Newberry Rd.Plaza West 3784002.
11-2:30;dinner 5-9 pm every day except 706 Pub
Tues. night. Only a block to campus.
Snuffy's Restaurantand 1225 W. Univ Ave. Chef J 10 yrs. exp Experience the Renaissance, progres-. Daily SpecialsDeli
sive and fresh fish in alternative
pastas an
Lounge Sandwiches St Ice cold beer!
atmosphere. Offering Thai STEAKGreat
1017 W. University Ave. 376-8899. COFFEEHOUSEThe Chicken, Cajun Shrimp. Gorgonzola Billiards, Darts and Video games.
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&:California and Happy Hour 4-7 Dally Mon.-Thur11am .
burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki Chicago Style Pizzas DaVtnd's delight -12pm. Frl.-Sat. 11am-lam. Sun.
baby back ribs, seafood salads, sand- Afterwards enjoy homemade IpnvlOpm 5112 NW 34th St. across Steaks

I wiches, and New England dam chowder Philsophy Store desserts,espresso, cappuccino St a terrific from the YMCA pool.3724751Shelley's .
I Relax and enjoy your favorite Bookstore St Coffeehouse, 3460 W. wine list. Mark Newman chef. S- Beef & SpiritsFor

cocktail in our casually elegant lounge. Univ Ave. 378-6370.In the tradition of Th. MOpm&Frl. &Sat. 5-11 pm.706 the best steaks and prime rib in
I Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight. bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th W. Univ.Ave.3782001Manaro's Tavern Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
(Fri&:Sat), 11:30 am-2 am. (Sun),6 pm- &: 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by Dancing Barmaids. Now open at 11am charcoal grill or our chef will prepare

i' 11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. Me,Visa the bean or by the brew.Espresso,Cap- for lunch. Pool Tournament every your dinner. Chicken St Seafood too!

& Am. XWoody's puccino, St numerous exotic coffees Wed. Daily Specials. 6900 SW Archer Open daily 5-10.2 for 1 well drinks &
from the world over.Many varieties of Since 1955."Some things never change. Rd. dollar drafts from 5-7 p.m. 6-pound

Nationally tea, too. 10am.10pm Mon-Sat. fortunately,your good taste and our challenge. 2310 SW 13th St 3734301.
Famous Sandwiches consistently delicious Italian food" i

3458 W.Univ Ave 11/2 mi.from campus Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm.

Hearty deli-style sandwiches, Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- SEAFOOD
-. soups ti salads featuring top quality taurant for over 30 years Casual attire THAI
Boors Head coldcuts on specially For welcome. Fresh dishes daily including

baked fresh bread served in a relaxed InformationRegarding chicken, veal, steak, shrimp It homemade

casual atmosphere,conducive to meet- desserts at affordable prices.
ing friends, entertaining parents It Cocktails, fine wines and beer available Capt'n Louie's Galley Tim's Thai RestaurantBrings

family or conducting light business Out On The Town, Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Featuring Grilled, Broiled, Steamed the "Best Blend of the Ori

transactions. Imp. St domestic beer, Contact ( on Univ Ave) 2120 Hawthorne Seafood.Try our all-you-can-eat buffet. enl." Open you Mon-Sat, dosed Sun.Visa,
wine MC & VISA accepted. Open M- Lynn Spinello Rd. (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall Open 7 days a week! 309 NW 13th St, MC, AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave 372-
..u Sat 11-9. 11-10 &:closed Sun. 376-4482 372-4690. across from Krispy Kreme 5424.NA .

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1 FURNISHED Room In 3br house $160 & util. 3758329. Our New Specials 2 bdr Apt In duck pond area house, fireplace STUDENT: ONE BEDROOM APT
41151Summer All Amenities Available wood floors celing fans, big yard ONE BLOCK FROM UNIV. 275mo. Call
util Incl. 3blks to UF Private entrance FURNISHED UNFURNISHED avail May 1, $325/mo/ 3748148. 411.10 Kevin 9-5 376-5242, after 5pm 3773852.
$145 class rmmt wanted to live 1.3 ml from Roommates Available 2 4-11-5-2'
single rm elf. upper : or grad
UF, NW G'ville. No dep. $230 covers all We're No. 1
aft. 5.
call 372.1862 bills. Call 371-7703 Iv msg. 4-18-10-1 REGENCY OAKS 2bdr duplex SW 17th Av close to UF pets Bet Air 636 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd/2ba

Brandywine, 1bdr. furn. apt., assume 378.5766 alld $265/mo call Key Management 372- and ibd apts. Large Oaks. College Park
3230 SW Archer Road 3060. 4-5-5-2 Properties 411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 4-
[lease 4-5-5-1 in summer, price neg., 3785564. FOR RENT: COUNTRY GARDENS 11-5-2

373-4500 2 rooms for r.nlln Victorian home. Wood
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Studio, 1 bd,and 2bd and houses avail
room separate entrance: private 2001 SW 16th Street floors, large porch Duckpond area. Available opts
Large ,
May. 371-4935. 4.5.5-2 now and for (all. Walk to UFI Beat the rush!
close to UF. NW secludedarea 4-30-58-2
bath, fireplace, :
College Park Properties 411 NW 15th.
3711745. 4-6-6-1 to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280
$350/mo/ ,
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the 2 1 bd opts SW, cent heat/air, on bus 1 371-7777,
ROOM ft FOOD STARTING $145 for Summer Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. price of one. Pool tennis, sauna, wt. avail now, 1 avail mid-May, $275, Includ.
Spring ft Fall also avail at CLO. Incl) Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190." 4-30.75- room. Stoneridge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. water, annual lease, 3730701. 4-6-5-2
10 meala/wk util pd 1 blk to UF. Student 2 375-1121. HOMES:
runll 377-4269 or stop by ,117 NW 15th St. 2 BEDROOM HOUSE CLOSE TO UF.
4-13-10-1 Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA. quiet Solve Parking Problem! Walk to UF Irom AVAIL NOW $350/MO. 378-5496 SALLY 3 FOR RENT/SALE
washer/dryer/ available in most units for Anglia (NW 8th/15th/ Str) Modern well kept
Large one bedroom apt four blks from $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 18-2B. 1 ft 2 Bath Apis ea w/own washer/dryer, cent ht/ac 80 Mobile Home for sale. 2 bdr 1 1/2 bth.
campus N.W., a/c no d/c:, private and $250-$350, sec ft Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- Now renting for fall 1yr lease 1st ft [last Spacious 2BR apt 5 min bike to campus, Good Cond. Part Furn. Ctr ac/ht.
quiet. $245/mo. $175 sec. Call Walt 338- 75-2 dep. $460/mo/ 2bdr/l ba. $610/mo central air, pool, Indry, available 5/7.8/18 Wash/Dry. $5500 obo 373.2227 or 377-
with option to lease $320/mo. 3752193.
2071. 3bdr/Zba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 336.8354 4374. 455.3
SPACIOUSONE 392-0554. 4-20-10-2 4-6-5-2

/ / rm privilege, most util pd, BEDROOM APT.
summer l35/mo.. fall $165/mo 4bdr apt. ONLY $2631MO.LYONS / *Loft Unit-totally awesome) ibdr 1/2 block to UF11241 SW 4th Av. #21, 2nd SUBLEASE:
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/info 372- APT near/UF fantastic deal at only $200/mo (I story security! Available immediately, !
22843714243. 4-5-1-1 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 pay 320)) for Mayi5-Augl5 call me @ 335- $260/mo neg. Call Will at 3778789. 4-6- 4 HOUSE/APT.
4-30-71-2 4374. 4-6-10-2 5.2

Small apt for one mature student. No pets, INCREDIBLE 1 bdr housescreened porch/deck, 2 entrances Spyglass Apts: Sublease for summer until
Near UF, very clean! 2bdr/lba new car
quiet, no party atmosphere, avail now or Efficiency Apt. $295 Inc util, no dep no last mth. July 31, fully (turn 3bdr/3ba $228.33moOnly
pet, fireplace, a/c/ wash/dry hook-up 336-
Please call
need 1-F rmmt.
utilities. 378- Off Archer ft,34 St. Pets OK.Call 378-6880
May 1. $200 per mo. plus Starting at$185 avail. Aug. $330/mo. 3731558. 4-10-10- 0248. 4-6-7-4
2016. 4104.1 Starting at $235 / 2 BadroomMEADOWCREST 2 Iv msg. 4-6-4-2

Large 1 4 2 BR apt neatly furnished no 378-3988 Attractive, clean apts. ft houses, close to Sublet 2bdr/2ba May-Aug option lor fall. F n/a to sublet room In Brandywine 3353817. 4-6-forsummer
pets convenient to UF &downtown, $250- 375-3861 UF, avail for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs. $440/mo or own bdr/ba for $220/mo ft 1/2 7-4 months rent neg
275 ma.376.5957. 4-11-5-1, 430.702 Call 4959024. 43024.2 util. Call 375-3246 leave message. 4532 -

Gatorwood Apts.-2bdr/2ba, (turn at

2bdr/2ba new carpet, fenced yard, dish., $490/mo, unfurn. at $425/mo./ May-July
cent heat/air, wash/dry/ hook-up near 3754813. 4-11-10-4 ,
Oaks Mall $285/mo & $250 dep. 332-
Oxford avail. In May,
The Board of Directors of 4623. 4-16-5-2 $484/mo., for more Info call 3381476.

1 or 2 persons to take over lease lor summer 4-6-7-4
2bd 2bath at $235 Oak
Communications Inc. per person.
Campus Forest Apts. 373-4220 ask lor Tally. 4-9- SUBLET: for summer term, option for fall
at STONERIDGE APTS 3bd/3ba. Call
5-2 nowl 3360529. 4-5-6-4
publisher of
2BR/1BA quad unit avail summer, possibly
longer. Fireplace, a/c, dlshwash, SW Sublet summer C Spyglass apt. 3bed
area no pets. $310/mo ft sec. 3350213. 3bath :furnished, washer/dryer, will to
4-10-5-2 sublet' lo 1. 2 or 3 persons. Leave message -
independent 336-0211. 454.4
Affordable 2bdr duplex, 2nd floor, new
paint, new carpet, quiet shaded 428 NW WINDMEADOW: Lrg 1bdr apt. No de
9 Ave. $300/mo./ Call after 5, 373-5577. posit. 375mo. Call 373-3558 or 377-
floridaalligator 4-11-6-2 4105.venlng. 4-13-10-4

Sublet 1 bdr/1 ba apt. Spacious. Behind Hawaiian Village sublet May thru Aug.
Norman Hall. Washer/dryer. Only 1bd/lba $310/mo, great condition. Call
$245/mo./ Semilurn. Avail. May 1. Dep. pdl I 336-1834 Iv msg. 4-6-5-4
Call 373-8926 4-10-5-2
We'll pay U $75 to sublet May-Aug 15.
Block from UF, Large Rooms, Utilities 2Bdr/2Ba (urn. $485. Gatorwood. Closeto
the opening for paid Cox Cable, Nice. Call Greg 376- UF. Call anytime 377-9193. 41310.4
3291. $150-225/mo/ rent. 41110.2

the position ofManaging
2 room efficiency, 1 blk from UF, 1834 NW Classifieds. .
1 st Ave'B.3/4 util incl.! ,i65/mo./ Century
21 John M.rrlllinc. 3721495. 4.8+2 Continued on next page.

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Aptt sublet for summer Sublet Treehoute Village, MY DEPOSIT F/M/ for own Ig bdr BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr/1ba. master bdr/ba In an In the Pines

2bdr/lba Fully Furnished $350/mo./ great $160/mo, Call Jack 375-4689. 4-9-5-4 May-Aug. Only $150/mo & 1/3/ utl. Pets Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, hug pool, 1/2 twnhse, close to UF, avail. May-Aug. Big
cond. Call 336-1693 Leave Message 4- ok. Close to campus. Call Kim 378-4373. mi. to UF, 1230/mo for own room, 1/2 enough for 21 $250/mo./ Calf Sari 371-

55.4 Sublease until July 31 fully furnished 4-11-5-4 cable & utll 372-2857 Dennis. 4-30-28-5 1833. 4.6-8-5

1 bdr/1 ba apt SW area $200/mo avail May F/N/S to share 2bdr/1 be, furn., $160/mo +
Live at Oakbrook this summer! Close to Female N/S Rmmt share 2bdr/lba Apt
campus, own bedrm/bath.fully turn. A 335-4870. 4-9-5-4 3bd/3bath.SPYGLASS sublease beautiful from May-Aug $175/mo/ & 1/2 utll, walking distance to 1/2 util., summer C + fall, behind Norman
steal at $250/mo1/2 utll. Call 378-1281 great Hall April free Call 373-6416. 4-5-5-5
UF. Call 377-4244. 4.17.15-5
eves. Roommates needed ASAP 1167/mo pool area. Grab some friends & sign now I

house near UF, ac, pets ok, 1 mo. free, 3352830. 4-10-5-4 Looking for M N/S Rmmts( ) to share fair- HEY YOUI Nice Fun, Jewish female to
no deposit, 601 NW 35 Terr. Call Norm in 2br/2ba In
Sublease May-August mont Oaks Summer C woption to stay share a room a Brandywine.
BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse, furnished 392-8953 eve 3721800. 4-9-3-4 ROCKY PT master bdr/ba/ In spacious beyond. Howard 395-7258. 4-8-8-5 $150/mo/ and summer Is FREE! Csll Jennifer -

must see, please leave message 3bdr apt., pond view, pool, turn, $190/mo. 372-1987 NOWI 455.5
336-8254. 4-6-6-4 Oak Forest Apt. 3bdr/2ba, new carpet and 335-6300 Iv message, must see III 4-9-5- Share luxury 'lakefront condo w/qulet mature
bar Incl. $580/mo. Avail May 5-July 31 w/ 4 N/S F prof. Avail 5/12. Near F N/S/ rmmt needed to share 2bdr/3ba

Large turn 2bdr/2ba twnhse In March. option to renew 336.0400 Iv message. UF/Shands, next to Hilton. $350/mo + 1/2 condo. wash/dry SW area. $225/mo & 1/2

wood for summer sublet $425/mo obo, 4-11-5-4 CAMELOT .2bd/1 ba, unfurn. April FREE I utll Incl-own bdr/ba, pool, wash/dry, cable utll. Avail immediately. Call Karen 373-

336-0820. 4-5-5-4 Lease ends In Aug. Good location, pool, & wkly maid serv ((1st mo + $350 damage 2386. 4-6-5-5

POLOS Summer Sublet lIuna.laundry. $425/mo. Call 374-6578. dep) 378-7728 Iv msg. 4-6-7-5 '
: female
Rmmt needed for summer, own bdr In 4-12-8-4 Prof N/S to share 3bdr/2 1/2 ba furnishedapt
non-smoker for 2/2 ALL amenities
2bdr/1 1/2 ba twnhse. Option to rent Included. Rent Negotiable. Call 336. ROOMIES needed ASAP for big orange & for summer $174/mo part utll. 332-
whole place In Aug. Patio fenced yrd 3844. 4-9-3-4 Summer Sublease: Oxford Manor blue shuttered house corner of Archer & 6520. 4-6-5-5
pets ok, close to UF/builine. 335-5047 or 3bdr/3ba, rent for May Is Freel! Call 375- 13 St across from UF-fully furnished utilities
17432851. 4-6-5-4 5871 Iv. message, furn. For sale also. Female to share 2bdr/2bs Townhouse In
NO DEPOSIT Now thru July 31. 2bdrm 1 included-washer/dryer-225-Michelle
4-9-5.4 SW Area furnished, wash/dryer
1/2 ba, bike to school, part turn mod 335-9768. 4-8-7-5
& 1/2 utll. Call at 3356273. 4-
Sublease for summer 2Bdr/2Ba at Rocky
twnhse, Mill Run, RENT NEG. 371-4761
Point, $429/mo. Call Lisa at 378-5397 or 4-6-2-4 OXFORD MANOR, sublet master bdr. 2 bedrms w/bath In 3/2/ house, furnished 13-10-5

3359455. 4-6-5-4 summer C, across from pool, turn, hardwd firs: fence, pets ok, quiet,
$200/mo. Call 3711617. 4-6-4-4 N/S liberal rmmt, own room In 3bdr house,
1ml to uf. 1 look Is all it will take. $225
Lakewood Villas Sublease May-Aug, Sublet Available May. 2bdr/lba SW loca- 375-7169. 4-5-5-5 3 blks to campus, $142/mo ft 1/3 util, pets

turn bdr own ba, wash/dry/ attractive and lion $365/mo. Call 335.5454 and leave French Quarter 2bdr/1 1/2 ba, unfurn. ok. 371-6059. 4635F

clean only $242/mo. 335-5589 leave message. 4-10-6-4 Avail April August, option for fall. Closeto M/F N/S roommate needed for summer.
4-13-10-4 UF. $355/mo. Call 376-6073. 4-6-4-4 to share 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, own
message. Own bdrm In 4bdr/3ba apt. $1 S0/mo/ + 1/4
Oxford Manor turn bdr avail May 5. bdr/ba, $200/mo ft 1/2 util. Pool & conve
utll. Call 332-6559. 4-5-5-5
Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt. 5 mln Sublet a.b or c terms. For details call Oxford Manor 1 bd avail May 7, option for nient. 373-5423 or 9042643236. 4-17-

walk to UF on SW. 1 br/1 ba furnished, 336-4108 Iv msg 4-9-4-4 renewal In Aug. Nice, clean, A gray car Summer and/or Fall/Spring N/S/ lor own 10-5

pool. $245/mo. Call Lee 3783199. 4.11. pet. Big enough for twol Call 378.6515 Iv furn. bdr/ba In Rockwood Villas. $250 +
OXFORD MANOR Sublease or re-rent msg 4-9-5-4 CHEAPII 2 m/f rmmts needed for 3br
5.4 1/3 utll. Call Pam 335-4469. 4-5-5-5
for summer, option for fall, 3bdr/3ba home. Walk to UF, $110/mo & 1/3 util,

Roommate needed to sublet 3bdr/3ba/ apt washer/dryer Please call 377-8287. 4- French Qtr close to campus, 2bdr 1 1/2 F N/S/ Rmmt wanted. Own Bdr/Ba lease renewable, pet ok. Call 372-1160.
17-10-4 ba 1 rmmt. $177.50 & 1/2 utll neg. 336- 4-10-5-5
in the LAURELS.
Starting summer A $215/mo/ ft 1/2 util. For summer. For more

$250/mo. Call Tracy 3354085. 4-6-5-4 N/S F to have own master bedrm/bath/ for 1010 Chris/Rolf. 4-17-11-4 info call Lisa at 378-5397 or 335-9455. N/S F Rmmt needed for summer C. Own

Windmeadows phase 2 sublease 2bdrm ONLY $180/mnth & 1/3/ utll. Need ASAPI FEMALE RMMT Oak Forest, own master bdrm/bath, washer/dryer/ fireplace, deck.
3bdrm/3bth apt. for Sum. C woption 4 Call Kim at 375-6780 4-10-5-4 bd/ba, wash/dry, pool, vb/tn/bb./ $200/mo OAKBROOK WALK F/M sublet for summer Call Alisha at 3357086. 4-6-3-5
own bdr/ba fully turn, walking distance -
fall & 1/4/ util. Sublet for Summer. Call AMI
336-1377 Rena Kelll $210/mo.
4-6-5-4 or neg. Sublet 2bdr apt May-Aug, Univ. Heights 3355954. 4-6-4-4 to UF, rent neg. 335-2498. 4-6-5-5

Apts, 2 blks from UF I $375/mo. 3771523.
Rockwood Villas N/S F Own bdr/ba for Did You Know?
for CALL NOWI! no more parking hassles! 4-
Looking a great place for Summer? In 10-5-4 POLOS 2bd/ba in 3/3 apt only sum and/or fall. $225/mo & 1/3/ utll price

Oakbrook 3rd floor, single rm woption for $200/mo eal Beau furn, w/d/ micro, wt. nego for sum. 3364998. 4-16-10-5
fall May, June $380/mo. 376-6611. by TomKurrut IKA
4654Pinetree 2bd-2ba apt avail May-Aug. Fully turn, ac, room, sauna, & more. Avail 5/1. 335-5848
wid. micro, buses to UF ft SFCC. Lv. message. 4-11-5-4 Roommate to share 2bd/1ba duplex 2 Attorney

Gardens l50/mo ... Call Robin after 1pm at 374- blocks to Norman Hall. $142.50 ft 1/2/ util
sublease for summer 4676. 4-10-5-4 Oxford Manor masterbd sublease May- ities. Call Mark at 3787452. 495.5 Some lUtes require that a child of sufficient
spacious 1 bdr apt price neg. Please call August. Own ba, washer/dryer In 2 story mum shall support parent unable to

3357345. 4-6-4-4 Sublet 1bdr In 2bdr/1 1/2 ba apt turn apt, next to pool, HBO, $245/mo./ Call Dan support himself. Not a bad idea, don't you

May-Aug, $210/mo./ 377-9280. 483.4 anytime 373-3538. 4115.4In think?
1 BLOCK FROM CAMPUS. Furnished I "Brilliantly Funny. *
room avail for Summer C semester Call
3352202. Leave 4-5-3-4 Sublease: own bd/ba in spacious furn. The Pines DELUXE one bedroom apt I -Vincent Canby NEW YORK TIMES The Federal| Court In Hawaii upheld the
message. twnhse Summer C $187/mo & 1/2/ util. May-Aug. Seek a responsible renter Imm. right of police to detain arrested drunk

Call Holly.335-1270 Please leave mes Price neg., fully furn. Please call 373- Go See It:' :driven: until they sobered up' to that
2339 SW 31 PI Apt 13. 2BR new carpet, 4-6-3-4 4105. 4-11-5-4 'Just Interrogation could be conducted. Imagine
close to campus. 33552853721509. 4- sage. that. Whatever happened to the
10-4-4 -Richard T.Jameson, 7 DAYS constitution! right to remain silent Dew
Spyglass 3bd 3ba avail
Summer Sublet, May-Aug, 3bdr/2ba May or June deposit the court consider the drunk unable to

Brandywine 1bd fully turn apt. Sublet for house, 1 blk from law school cent negotiable lease exp July 31 option A FILM assert his rights of silence until he*! sober
summer avail May 7, option to renew In heat/air, wash/dry, $500/mo, rent neg. for renewal. Call 336-8439 alter 4.30. II that b the case, and K the drunk talk,
4-11-5-4 wouldn't the waiver of his of silence
374-8842. 4105.4 right
$435/mo. NO SEC. Gary 378-5564.
Aug. 6Y JIM also be Invalid until he'lloberl
''I *

May rent FREE! 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD zimc A witness to s crime may be held In (fan If,
MANOR. Rent summer C woption for for one reason or another, the court
THEATRES There /$ \ Difference'OAKS ,,,()noo AttOiClONFfeINN
Fall. Call now! 375.1208 Iv. message. 4- IID- believes he will not appear at trial. Small
-Coop: MAMMA;
9 wonder people do not want to be Involved
18-10-4 MALL 10 l DAIlY TWMJIE SHOW as wll", .... But Isn't this In the Interest. of

OAKS MAll hI0(.M.i4Xlt.", s.:.., | justice since: justice will depend upon that
Sublease for summer with option for fall CENTER THEATERThis witness1 presence:
Mill Run townhouse 2bdr/1 1/2 ba Rent OAKS.IAS1' OAKS WEST
Call 335-1287 leave mes 331-8818 .SIDI sass eAtt Tom Kurrus # Attorney
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POLO'SII Own furnished bdrm A bath In Village 3bd/2ba. Pool close to PAD! Near CJ'.. Huge TV, Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more pre-SUMMER BIKE SALE. 1 speed cruisers
3/3 apt. Avail May 1 $240 nego. ft 1/3 campus. Avail Sum C. partly furnished HBO/SHO. VCR. Micro. DW. Pool, Unf. brands are all at our New Location! Car $109, 3 speed coaster brake $189. 8
utll/mo cable a more.Call 481.av. $559/mo obo. Call 377-2793 and leave room. 187.50 avail May 1. Hurry! 335- Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- speed cruiser $159, 15 speed alloy rims
message. 4-8-5-5 msg. 4-11-5-5 5441. 4-10-5-5 2070. 4-30-75-8 $199,18 speed mountain bike $279
RACING ft TOURING Miele racing
CHEAPI! n/s t needs Mm to share spacious Have YOUR OWN ROOMI! N/S F serious 1 or 2 N/S F Rmmts needed to share 3/2 Rockford. Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer bike $399, Vrivega Nvovotech alum frame
(turn NW home May-Aug. l3S/mo ft student 3BR 2Bath Apt. for summer C. adorable apt. for summer C. Own room at Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Beat $379. Vlvatech $439. 3 used Can-
1/2 util. Dog okay. Fenced yd. 372-0858 $155 month ft 1/3 util. 336-4111. 4-6-2-5 reasonable rate. MUST SEE! Tracy at Car Sterlo Installers In town. Car Stereo nondales starting at $275. Large selectionof

vet. 4-6-4-5 371-9295 Lv Message. 4-9-5-5 to Go. 378-1634. 4-30-75-6 used bikes.GATORCYCLE.
Female/NS wanted to sublet room In a 3321 SW Archer Rd. 373-
F roommate needed lor aummer. Own 4BR Duplex $183/mo ft 1/4 utilities 1 OXFORD MANOR CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 3962. 4-9-5-8

bdrm/bath apt fully furnished. Spacious block.from campus. CALL 336-6324 Roommate needed for summer. Own master any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
apt nice complex. Rent negotiable. Call NOW. 4-6-2-5 bdr own master bath, own walk-In demo.Call 336-9193 student Iv.message. Mountain Dike Alpine Freemont Pass,
336-9375. 4-9-5-5 Closet. Low rent. 376-9768.. 4-0-5-5 430726Car top of the line, shlmano dlore equipped,
HiS F to share 2bdr/1 ba apt at Homeatead. looks like new, barely used. Call 371-
2 tern roommates needed for summer/fall Own bdr avail May 5. $175/mo ft N/S F to share for summer 3bdr/3ba/ apt Alarms, Autopage, Chapman. Home 0422. 4-5-3-8
and apring. $150 each pine 1/3 ol utilitiesIn 1/2/ utility.Call 3353745. 4-6-8-5 at Polo's,wash/dry,wt. room pool option and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul, Sherwood
3bed/2bath townhouae. Call 3752441. to stay for tall. Call 336-5B58. 453.5 and more. We Best All Prices! Tandy 286 100%)( IBM 840K 20MBhd;

4-9-5-5 F N/S to share a bedroom in a 2bd/2ba at 3733754. 4-30-68-6 3.25,5.25 drvs. rqbcolor modem mouse
Brandywine. $137/mo ft 1/4 util.Avail May F N/S rmmt needed May 1-Aug 14. Part a dmpletter prntr. Software $1500. Call

N/S F lor own bdr In turn S W apt avbl now 4. Call 335-9846. 4-10-5-5 turn, pool near law school. Only $200moa MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146 mac 392-5979 wkdys 24pm. 4-5-3-8
1/2 utl. Own room and bath. Call 373- Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate
lor summer. 1160/mo ft 112 util!,
waiher/dryer, near Shands I UF. 336- OXFORD MANOR rmmt needed immedl 1562. 4-5-3-5 H P. Price same or lower than mall Frostlesa refrigerator/freezer aide-by-
9469 leave" message) 4-10-5-5 1/2 Apr. free! Own rm/ba 2/2. option lor order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb aide Avacado 21 cu ft. $300. 3921733ask
summer a fall. Call Julie Iv m.... 371 ... Neat, rasp N/S F wanted own mstr ((28ms). graphics monitor ... for Pat. 4-9-5-8

mil n/t needed 4 huge 4 bdr apt.rent$135 1477. 4-9-4-5 br/bth In spacious 3br apt summer C. MC 286/12 $1195' Packard Bell $1295, f
a 1/4 util. Master bdr whuge walk-In Close to campus a 2 great roommleal MC 386SX $ 4115. Northgate 386/20/ Everything MUST Gol 3bdrs, living ft din-
closet t balcony, killer dull Contact. Mike Rmmt needed for summer. Master bdrm $184/mo a 1/3 util. Call 375-6060. $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd ft battery Ing room turn,washer & dryer; everythingIn
338-6274. 4-10-5-5" w/ own bth In large Windmeadows apt $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb ft graphics great cond, call 375-5871 Iv message.
$240/mo neg. Barry 3352500. 4105.5 N/S M/F to share 2bd/2ba apt for SummerA. monitor $"70. 1 ft 3 year warrantlea. 4-9-5-8
.Covered Bridge $235/mo ft 1/2 util. Call Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1160 printer
Roommate wanted to share 2bdr 1 1/2 ba
townhouse $185/mo n/s. Fenced yard ROCKWOOD VILLAS N/S M/F/ lor Ken at 377-0849.; leave" message.F $185, HP laser Jet lip $1049.3743. W. 4 MCCARTNEY TIX, LEX, KY. APR 9.
3br/3ba. Fully turn own br & ba. $235/mo. University Ave. 4-30-65-6 372.7583. 4.6.46GRADUATINGI.
Daniel 335.4540
Avail 1.
pets ok. May avail. May 5. Chris 335-9225 Iv msg. 4- to share mast bdrm ft bath In 4bdrm 2ba
Iv m.g. 4-10-5-5 10-5-5 house. W/d, central heat/ac walk to UFo
Super sing water bd.,
$126/mo a utilities. Avail 5/3.371-6715 Iv
From only 200. per set. aeml-waveleis, liner heater headboard
LASER PRINTING m... 4-6-3-5 Call Matt 3775650. 4-30-26-6 $80; dresser-$35: comp. desk-$3S: wood

tte wen sr.sr N/S F to share cute 2 bdr/t 1/2 ba townhouse desk-$70.336-3833 Rosa Lee.
Sell Akal 100 watt receiver'
wash/dry, 172.50mo/ t 1/2 util.
no wait sole and chair $50 machine
$125. sewing
o many typtstytesvoturns [ ] 376-6512 Iv msg. 4-10-5-5 $40. Call 376-8365 after 5pm. 4-9-8-6 Beach cruller, 3 mos. old like n.w. must
o discounts Daily Lunch Special4couponfcutomerGoodTues sell
N/S F to sublet bdrm condo newly turn,
aww .....
c.e. table for sale. $60 obo. Call
.Thurs thru 4128/ w/d a/c, d/w/ etc. 2 ml from Shanda. 5 piece dining Furn. sale couch (ok) $30 dresser $30,
Lab 17 fc Univ. J72 SOO now at 336-0529. 4-5-6-6
PC 172*_W,Unfr Aw _____________ 378 L87 $175/mo ft util. Call 3355619. 4105.5 woman's dresser $40 desk $40 coif. tbl.
chair $45. Call 332-5415 before
Own big Master bdr/ba. avail May thru 10pm. 4-5-2-6
Call Eric 335-
cruise tlck.I.'or' two.4d/3n.
Aug. l65/mo ft 1/3 util at Kings Creek
LOOKING FOR A JOB Apts. 3728275. of."-8-5 5551. Will accept best offer. 4-5-5-6 Alphasonlk 2175 car amp 175/watt X two

channels, ,less than one yr old. List $625,
OWN ROOM in 2bd/1ba apt summer C, 3 Paul McCartney Tlx 4 sale 4-14 sell for $350 obo. 335-4387 leave mes
AFTER 'GRADUATION ? close to campus l65/mo/ a 1/2 util $50 J.Robbie G.1I3115.8172Iv.atad. Great seats 4-5-5-6 FLOORI! Call sage. 4-6-3-6
dap and last mo rent. Cheryl 377- msg.

56373723135. 4-11-5-5, For sale: matching couch loveseat &
SAILBOAT 1989 Holder 14 by Hobie.monohull. .
chair coffee table & endtable $430. Din
Have skills M/F ns for sum C w/fall opt. Clean & resp. complete spinnaker and ing table with chairs $45. Call 336-1079
your management only, nr UF. $125 & 1/2 util. less if you trailer 299514730060. 4-5-5-6 after 5. 4-10-5-6 y

tested and obtain your results. lust". store.$ stuff here. Keith' 377-8308. .4- _LOFT ladder cust-made Incld. Asking for Beaty$165 rm.,obo.carpeted Call FISH tank for sale., 35 gal with stand,

brand new pump & all my ace. i35/neg.
395-6150. 4-6-5-8
Only 87.50 mo & 1/2/ util. gets own room. Also 3X5 desk $45/neg. Call Dave 372-
Sum C In 2bd/1ba apt. $175 mo Fall- 9417. 4-9-4-6
MUST SELL Mans Duch 10 speed $125.
FREE Call 335.5520
Spring. Daps. neg. .
New Lecarra Steering Wheel $35, Sola
Amanda. 4-10-4-5 PRINTER Panasonic 1081 like new w/
a Love Seat $400.372.0057. 4-6-5-6
manual prof traded-up. Bargain $100 obo.
ADI ILICTRONIC Haile Plantation F N/S rmmt wanted Eves & wkds 3777633. 4-9-4-6
Graduating! MUll sell 37-hlgh. 20-long,
Assus-aENlIYITIM> 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo. own room/ba.
wash/dry parking no d.p.2 util. Call and 10 gallon freshwater tanks: all with MUST SELL King size waterbed. In good
Stop by the UFL Career 395-0972 Iv mess. 4-11-5-5, hood stand and all equipment. Cyndl 335- condition will take best offer. Call 374-
1135. 4-6-5-6

Resource Center or call F N/S/ for own rm In nice NW home 1/4/ 7198. 4-5-2-6

mile from UF. Furn except for bd, fireplace Rollaflex 35mm Normal lens' w/additlonal' king-size pedestal bed $150; desk w/
392-1601 for details! filter's ft all
hardwood floor avail Summer.$150mo. 80 to 200 Zoom case, tripod matching chair $40. N.gotlabl.1377.7126or !
Robin 377-0385. accessories. Asking $300. For more info, 3355271. 4-10-5-6
Michael 372-8117 or leave msg. 4956 -

Gibson Acoustic MK35 mint 1976

Gibson Electric' Sonex 180 mint w/ cases
Graduation Salel complete sell-out of all
Can sell
Call Matt 332-1993. separate.
furniture and bicycle, chairs, matchingsets
glass' table, etc. Rich 375-1200 Iv 4-5-2-6

Look outbelow mess. 4-5-36 FOR SALE 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

$1500, Brown air conditioning
0 McCartney McCartney McCartney stereo, good condition. Call 373-3853
Tampa Tampa Tampa leave message. 4-6-3-6
McCartney McCartney McCartney

2 Tickets April 12 3723516. 4-0-5-6 HP 17b calculator,, color tv, couch

loveseat typewriter, desk dresser night
Waterbed queen size, 50%)( motion white stand. Will negotiate. Call Bob ut 3356684. -*"
padded $150 obo. call 3357345. 4-6-4-6 41056Lg

Fish tanks 10 ft 20 gal. end t table
glass I table $15' sm glass
5 spd cruiser wrack/ $10, gray coffee table l $20, chair $10,
Need sell.,
Kenmore gas grill. to lamp $10, ALL in good condition! 338-
Call Mike/Joe/ 375-6889. 41158Cerwln.V.g.
0393 Sue. 4.8.3-8

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Apt full of turn, GREAT for guys. 2 twin
OBO. 395-9516 Eric.
Subwoofer $500
beds, book cases, couch, love seat, coffee
4-6-4-6 table, etc. Call JEN at 372-1967. 4-

Furniture must sell. Fouton mattress $100 10-5-6

negotiable. Study desk ft chair $85 neg. SWEET 12 SPEED BIKE. Centurion Elite

It's time you gave'yourself a GSE'If Obo.King Call wtrbd 336-8439 seml-waveless after 430.,:pad rails 4-11-5-6. $170 Call RS. 335-0036.New tires. 4-5-3-6 Rarely used. $250 OBO-

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McCartney tickets Tampa. April 12, Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class ? Running out of time? Let, Gator Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near Girl's Scout Camp 7 wk live-In po.

373.7073Ieav. message. 4-126-6 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine Moving pick-up, store, & deliver your belongings campus. Dependable, quality service. sition, counselors, horseback riding instructor .
Jewelry' 3739243. 430.75.10Wanl.d to you in the fall. 374-4791,374- Reasonable rates 24hr/day./ Call Carol cook. If you love children call
Surfboard, 6'3", Belitz 8 moi old, in great 4488. 4-30-21-11 3734464. 4-17-11-12 Kay 495-3917. 4-16-10-13
shape $160 OBO. 395-9616. 4-11-56
: Baby crib and accessories. Must
be In good condition. Price negotiable ONE STOP DENTISTRY QUALITY typing & Laserprint. Thesis Engaged couples needed for new exciting

4 McCartney tlx. Tampa April 12. $30 Call 336-0632 M-F 610pm. 4-9-5-10 Accepting new pts, emerg resume, papers. UF grad owner. Scribe research project on conversations
each. Call Marie at 377-2600 eves. 4-9- Adult cleaning $30 child $20 Services 821 NW 13 St. 377-6170. Karlene 395-8270 Call ASAP. 4-5-3-13

3-6 WANTED McCartney Tix for Miami show. Wisd $325 Wisd $250 A* A A 4-27-17-12
((4)) tee. ((3)) tee. EARN FREE TRIP TO EUROPE
Have 2 fix for sale or trade for Tampa ((2)) Wild tee. $200 .

7 REAL ESTATE 4/12. Call MIKE 378-4703 and Iv msg Nitrous Oxide Accept MC, V. AE 13 HELP WANTEDAVON ented Looking tour for company.campus rep 18-35(for college-ori Valid with to yr Interested
only coupon up ((4)) people. In culture of
history discos
H.T. Gonsoulm, DDS. 372-9521
Oakbrook Condo 2bd/2ba (urn., ground WANTED Toyota pickup 1981 to 1983 for 4-30-19-11 375-8967 THIS 1 IS AS MUCH FUN AS YOU CAN
floor, poolside Take over payments or half hour photographing. Will pay. Call Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. HANDLE Contact: PJ Ferries for personal .

make offer. 378-9743. 4-10-10-7 3758710. 4117.10 RESUMES don't wait till the last minute Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13 Interview 3415 W Univ Ave. 9.4

get' the best now. For appt. 378-6165, M-F. 484.13ASSISTANTSHIPS.
Must Sell! Excel cond condo 2br/2ba/ ,
2950 SW Archer. Also see our grad announcements.
Pebble Creek area 2739 39 Dr., Call 813- 11 SERVICESNW 4-10-5-11 I CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for Doctoral and Masters
666-5686 or 8138823525. program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis Area of Severe and Profound Hand.

Mini storage' at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave Summer refrigerator' storage dorm sized ; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire: icaps. Beginning September 1990. Must,
Haile Plantation, 2br/2ba, gazebo, deck, near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from only. Cost $5/mth & $5 for pick-up 4 delivery Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave have a minimum of two years experiencewith
fenced yard, all appliances, asm. non- Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 16 Individuals who
$20, 10% disc to students.' 3328917. 4- Call now to reserve a space 336- exhibit severe cognitive
qual. 9.5% fixed FHA wvery/ low down. 30-75-11 0093. 4-"-5-.11 Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045. and behavioral problems. Strong applied -
Please call 18007760520. 4-18-48-13
3727259. 4-5-5.7 behavior analysis background

preferred' : Contact: Dr, David Gast, or Dr.
2br, 1 1/2/ ba twnhse In axe cond. Shell TYPING Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew John Langone, 570 Aderhold Universityof

Rock Villas ong owner. Extras Inc flrepl, psoriasis medication. 3315379. 4- Georgia Athens Ga. 30602. 4-5-2-13
ceiling fans, w/d. If qualify assume 10% 12 SERVICESYOU 30-47-13
1233 NW 10th Ave.
FHA loan w/ low down. $41,900.332. Adorable 8 mo. old 'twin girls' need
372.1664MCNISAInsurance Need a summer job? Florida has thou
8324 Iv mess 4-10-5-7 WRITE WE TYPE reopen part-time, daytime
/ sands of job opportunities. All areas, babysitter,
Free Pregnancy Test, Business Legal Personal Reports complete, listing Call 14073471490. 4- starting end of April. Must have own vehicle
8 MOTORCYCLESSick Member Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. 6-5-13 flex hrs. SW G'ville. 371-7877 exp
National Abortion Federation G'ville Handicapped Typing w/ Infants necessary. 4-10-5-13

of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter 4307511SEXUALLY 378-7179. PART-TIME WORK wk/days, wk/ends,
4900 miles, excellent condition $600. 4-30-75-12 summer for resp./coll/students/ w/trans., MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Excellent career -
377-2357 4-5-15-8 TRANSMITTED DISEASE? heavy lifting required. Call 374-4791 opportunity, for motivated goal oriented
Get, confidential testing' and treatment at Typing reports business A legal A 3744488. and productive Individual, degree

Must Sell 85 Yamaha XJ700 to first' reasonable PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications Health Sciences or previous supervisory
offer. Low miles, great condition 30-75-11 letters A notary ".''C. Available SCREEN PRINTER Now hiring experienced experience preferred. Must be willing to
lots of X-tras. Call 336.6794 for details. 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 4-30-75-12 Printers and Artists, Part time. relocate' full benefits, please stop by
AAA STORAGE Reply to Box 593 Mjcanopy, FL 32667. Gainesville Plasma, a division of North
1987 Honda Elite 80, runs great, blue, Close to UF Convenient Typing $1.00 pg. min. 500. Reports, Will call to schedule interviews. Experience American Blologlcals Inc. on. 238 SW 4th
Theses whatever. Grad School P.T. List., Ave. 4-11-5-13
4x4x4 $15/mo ONLY
helmet Included, $700 or best' offer, call please. 41310.13
WCS 917 NW 13th 373-9822. 43075.
Mike at 378-6189, leave a message. 4-6- 4x8x8 $25/mo
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1986 Honda Spree. Excel. condo. Call 14 Fluke, fluff or 6 "- for Your grandparents poetically
students' accepted. 466-3224 3758080. Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable
Gary 335-4781 4105.8 4-30-75-11 service. Reasonable rates. Laser fishing net Money": 36 Nutmeg53 Repeat

printer. 377.8175 1111I.00pm. 4302912TyplngWordprocesslng 15 Fight site Guinness flavored drink 54 Big Apple field
1988 600R. White & Blue.
Ninja Red 16 In a quandary film 38 Troublemaker 55 DLIII doubled
$1900 obo. Call Doug 395-7904.
WordPerfect 17 Derring-do 7Min. part 43 Genuine, along 56 Gee-tars' kin
Professional Moving/Packing A Supplies. 5.1 1. quality work fast' results, low rates, 18 Artful dodger, 8 "- Dinka the Rhein 57 Truth stretcher
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Priced for Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4- 1469. : Durante 46 "A In the 58 Miscalculates
30-75-11 I 20 Foe of Richard I theme song RAF": 1941 film 60 Hesitant sounds
1979 Olds Cutlass Supreme, new paint I, 22 Petroleum 9
Downy surfaces
Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser
upholstry, brakes, plugs and wires Also
trans still under wary $990 Call 371- *FREE* vice. $1.25 double space. Call 3738387. residue 10 Profit from ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
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Morris' past I Hart learns to cope with frustration I IBy

will soon bea Alligator JEFF MORIARTY Writer "All I do is learn from each may Hart actually says losing help.doesn College bother golfers him don't-it

I out there make any money, anyway.
Every day, UF senior golfer Dudley Hart experience. go
ritually practices at the University Golf and try to play the best I "All those times that I have been there so
Course in hopes of preparing himself to win close to win I've had a couple of bad breaks
memoryWith his first college tournament. can. I'm not worried about and thrown a few away," Hart said. "I just
cool and to myself, 'Just try to be positive.' Ill
only two days left before the annual If it wasn't for his disposition not winning. say
Orange & Blue Game, Kyle Morris officially confidence that one day his first college say,'If s going to be paid back when you go
is in the home stretch of being able to victory will come, he might have given up Dudley Hart play for money.
by now.But he keeps going because he says
forget one part of his past forever. UF golfer
He said winning a tournament involves
his time to win will come in college, and
While he has quietly and successfully even if it doesn't, winning isn't everything.At more than just good,golf. He said he hasn't
returned to the status of the Gators' top least 15 top-10 collegiate finishes, four second- won because golfs two major aspects -
not right now.
quarterback this spring, the troubled Mor- place. This year, he may help bring UF its luck and good play-have not come on the
"All I do is learn from each experience. I
ris still has one more hurdle to clear.
NCAA team title in 18 day.
first same
Before his gambling suspension loses its go out there and try to play the best I can," years.
Hart said. "I'm not worried about not win Hart may be one of the nation's best "
status of notoriety and assumes its role as "It gets disappointing, Hart said. "Win
ning.I'm confident I can make it on the tour collegiate golfers, but he says he has one
trivia Morris has to deal of well and
a silly question, ning isjust a matter playing being
major problem-he plays like the nation'sbest
with UF's sometimes ruthless band of spec- and I don't think not winning a college there at the right time and getting the right
of tournamentbut
for the first two days a
tators this Saturday. tournament destroys my career. breaks.I've got to expect that stuff to happen
the final day, he either plays poorlyor
Hart will have his next chance for a victory on /
someone else plays an incredible final though.
> Ron Kaspriske when the second-ranked Gators meet
nine of the nation's top 25 teams at the round.It But he is far from giving up. He has six
LAST American College International in Cary, already happened once this year at the more chances this year to win and says he
CALL N.C., beginning today. Golf Digest Intercollegiate in Houston last should win at least one of them.
Aside from a medalist victory, Hart has month. Hart led the tournament after the
Morris says he really isn't sure how fansat accomplished as much as any other UF first two rounds but became sick before the "Maybe it will come the last tournamentof
the game will react to his first appearancein golfer. He is a three-year All-American and final round. He finished third after team- the year," Hart said. "Maybe that will be
a Gators uniform since he was kicked off on his way to a fourth,which will make him mate Pat Bates shot a 4-under-par 68 to win my reward for waiting all these four years,
the team in October for gambling.Will only the third UF player to do so. He boasts the tournament in sudden-death. to win nationals.: "
he hear boos?

Will he hear cheers?

Probably.But .
regardless of what happens, this
1 should be the last time the troubled quar-
terback has to be reminded of his past.
Should be is the key phrase. Morris
knows all too well that UF fans love to
remind him of the troubles he's had.

"Hopefully this has made Kyle a
stronger, more mature person," said UF
coach Steve Spurrier, who has frequently
praised Morris' performance this spring. '
"The really good quarterbacks are the ones *U 'i FITBARBQ
that don't worry about these things.He has
come back from a lot of things that would
destroy the confidence of a lot of players.His .
11, AI
confidence is high.
Morris admits he's grateful to be playingthe
sport he has played since he was old
enough to walk. But gratitude is the only '
way he cares to think about what has
happened to himhe says he's learned 10
from his mistake, but it's time to go on.
Now when Morris talks about learning,
he means learning about Spurrier's com-

That' I still have a lot to learn about," Gators outfielder Eric Martinez slides Into base during UPs 8-7 comeback victory Wednesday against Valdosta State College
Morris said. "I was hoping I'd be back in at Perry Field.Gators.
the spring. Frankly I really didn't know I
when I'd be back. But I am back and I'm
using this as the best time for me to learn. get job done beat VSC 8-7
Spurrier said he's learned quick. Not

only has he picked up the.offense quicker By ALEX MARVEZ come back and take the lead and get it Bonds struck out Joe Russo and causedBo
than the other quarterbacks, but he has' Alligator Writer done." Camposano to fly out before pinch-hitter
also thrown the ball better. With the score tied at 7, UFs Dave Jimmy Bell tripled to score Martinez.
..,.# Other spring practice notes: When UF leadoff batter Herbert Perry hit\ Majeski led off the eighth inning with a UF reliever Todd McCray ((4-2)) pitchedthe
/ .Fox out for Saturday.Brian Fox,who a home run on the first pitch he faced single to left-center field.Majeski then stole final two innings for the victory.
had been battling Morris for the top quar- Wednesday against Valdosta State, it appeared second and scored when Moberg tripled a The Blazers ((11-16)) tied the score'in the
terback spot, will miss the Orange & Blue the Gators had gotten a good starton 2-2 pitch over the head of Valdosta State eighth Inning when Scott Purvis singled in
Game because of a stress fracture in his repeating Tuesday night's 17-8 victoryover right fielder Rusty Brown. Joe Myrick from third base with two outs.

right footSpurrier the Blazers. Valdosta State reliever Keith Bonds)" Valdosta State jumped to a 1-0 lead in the
said Fox should be back for fall But after Perry's blast, the Gators fell got me down two strikes and I was just first when leadoff batter Don Ariail reachedon
, drills In August. Fox will be in a cast for behind by four runs and needed an eighth- looking to get the runner over," said an error by Jason Beaird, stole second
four to six weeks. inning RBI triple by Mike Moberg to defeat Moberg,who went 3-for-5 with a double. base,moved,to third on a ground out to first
.Paulk to miss game.Linebacker the Division II Blazers 8-7. The Gators ((18-15)) scored three runs in and scored on a single by Rusty Brown.
Paulk will miss the spring game becausehe "I was very pleased with the intensity the seventh inning to take a 7-6 lead. Billy UF starter Brent Stuart allowed eight hits
dropped a couple of courses and fell level," UF coach Joe Arnold said. "We went Minnis led off with a triple and scored on a in four innings and surrendered four runs
under the 12-credit minimum that all UF down in the game,we came back,they came ground-rule double by Mario Linares. before being replaced by Mike Juhl, who
athletes have to maintain to participate in back on us and. we went back.and got the Bonds ((2-3)) then entered the game in relief came in with the bases loaded and no outs.
.", a sport. Spurrier said he will make up the lead. of starter Frank Marsden and allowed a Juhl walked in one run and surrendered
courses this summer and should be eligible' "Each time, I just had a real good feeling double by Eric Martinez, who went 3-for-4 another on a single before retiring the next
for practice in August that I haven't had in while-that we would with two'RBI's. three.Valdosta State batters.t tf

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