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for residentsBy

Alligator Staff Writer

Asbestos-lined pipes in Hume Hall probably poseno
threat to residents, but UF Housing workers will
take air samples and remove frayed portions of the
Now *out*
cancer-causing insulation anyway,UFs environmental -
x health officer said Thursday.
Y+' r) 4x"WON Environmental Health and Safety Director Wil-
liam Properzio said inspectors examined the ceiling

pipes Thursday morning ,
and decided there isn't
much chance any asbestosis
prewwr.a "air-borne," the state
.y where microscopic fiberscan
be inhaled. ''

The testing was
.r 1rr1ter" t
prompted Wednesday f
when electrical workers in

Hume said they were un-
aware their work took
them within arm's reach of .
the insulation. One Properzio

worker, an employee of Gainesville electrician Car-
: los Hope, said no one told him to take special
precautions or show any extra care around the pipes.At .
least three rips in the overhead insulation also
were visible where ceiling panels were removed to
Leapin' lizardsJohn E.ANN STODDARO-ALLIGATOR Thursday.make way for the electrical work, which continued

Davis, a senior in engineering, jumps over chemistry junior Max Ragsdale, left, and accounting Certified asbestos surveyor George Diaz said the
freshman Tom Christensen. These three Judo students practiced the "roll over" after class. nearly chemically-inert substance has been linkedto

lung cancer,asbestosis and gastro-intestinal can-
cers. Diaz also said some medical experts theorize

FSU students ticket limitBy that mesothelioma, a cancer affecting the lining of
fight organs, may be triggered by the presence of only a
few asbestos fibers. Symptoms of some of these

pie in the aisles.They wouldn't have been attend the public ceremony. Four ticketsaren't diseases don't show up for 20 years.
CHRISTY HARRIS able to get out in an emergency." enough for people with large fam- Properzio said inspectors graded four ripped sec
Alligator Staff WriterA At UF, similar space problems at the ilies, she said. tions as about a "four"on a hazard scale of six, with

Tallahassee circuit judge today will O'Connell Center limits tickets tq five for There are a lot of important people in "six" being "clean" and "one" being very likely to
have air-borne asbestos.
hear a claim by seven Florida State Uni- each student graduating in the spring, my life who have had a significant impacton
versity students that a policy,which limits usually its biggest class. Students can get my graduation," Holder said. "(FSU) "We've been using this inspection scheme for four
graduation tickets and similar to UFs. additional tickets for the ceremony if they is doing everything to expand except years and we've never come up with any" airborne
activity in areas that got a score of four, Properziosaid.
graduation policy is illegal. request them by a certain deadline. "
figuring out how to have graduation. "
"We have quite a bit of confidence in it.
students' David Holder O'Connell Center Director Lionel
The lawyer, ,
said 400 buildings
said the policy breaks Florida's Govern- Dubay said the center has a capacity of FSU's April 28 ceremony in the Civic Properzio as many as campus
have asbestos but have shown indicationof
ment In the Sunshine Law that requires 12,000. As many as 1,900 graduating stu- Center would be stopped if Judge Charles the air-borne, form.,none He also said his any departmentruns
the when dents have attended the in the McClure the injunctionthe
meetings to be open to public ceremony grants temporary twice a to detect asbestos stirredup
official busi- past, he said. students are seeking. surveys year
discussing or deciding on
by factors like leaking pipes or construction.
ness. Awarding degrees, he said, is an "Our reason is one of concern for
While the tears not endanger Hume's nearly
Holder said the policy also causes an- may
official action. safety, Dubay said. "The only other
600 residents,Properzio said UF workers,equippedwith
the free tick-
choice is to hold it outside. other problem scalping
"The main argument is that it's a public respirators, may start fixing them today.When
meeting being conducted by a public But Dubay said Florida Field isn't available ets. the removal starts, workers may evacuate some

institution for public reasons," Holder because it's under renovation and Keith Legg, UFs interim academic af- nearby residents.
weather conditions could make it uncom- The removal team will probably surround the
said.Susan fairs associate vice president, said UF
Sheppard, FSU's special events fortable. doesn't have a problem with scalping pipes with "glove bags" airtightplastic sacks
director, said there was no other choice The heat can be exhausting for those graduation tickets that he knows about made with hand-shaped attachments so repairs can
except limiting tickets because the Leon who have to sit and endure," he said. be made without contact, Properzio said.

County Civic Center can't hold safely as Other: options, such as having two or "We have 'x' number of seats and we Hope did not return phone calls Thursday. Hope
many people as are expected to attend. more ceremonies,were ruled out to keep give out'x plus'number of tickets,"Legg received his Alachua County operating licenses in
Each graduating FSU student'.receives everyone in the same group and because said."The requests (for extra tickets) are 1974, and Department of Professional Regulations
four tickets and cannot get extras., they would require too many employees, manageable. records show no complaints or wrongdoing since

There's no other place to move it to Dubay said.Maureen. then, complaint analyst Kevin Browne said Thurs-
outside that is covered," Sheppard said. Holder, one of the FSU stu- He said the public meeting issue the day.. Browne said his department investigates all
"We have outgrown the Civic Center.Last dents filing the claim Monday said she FSU students are claiming is a"frivolous complaints filed against electrical contractors,architects -

April, it was so crowded there were peo- believes everyone should ,be allowed to argument" r I landscape architects and interior designers.. '
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2, < FRIDAY, APRIL! 6,.1990POLICE . ,


G Man shot three timesA G Tampa man arrested for exposure

26-year-old Gainesville man who was shot three Tampa man was arrested for exposing himself to
times Monday night escaped his unidentified attackerby an undercover police officer in Gainesville's Northeast
jumping through a window from the outside. Park Tuesday, Gainesville police said.
Booker Hayes, 1021 SE Fifth Ave., was shot three At about 1:30: p.m., John C. Moss, 41, exposed his
times in the arm and leg during a chase that began at genitals to a male undercover officer inside the rac-
public housing apartment 114 on Southeast Fourth quetball court at Northeast Recreation Park, 413 NE
Street and ended at 1900 SE Fourth St., Gainesville 16th Ave., Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie
police spokeswoman U. Sadie Darnell said. Darnell said.
While trying to escape the assailant, Hayes crashed The officer and Moss walked around the court area
through a window on the right side of the house for an unknown amount of time, having a conversation
Darnell said. No one inside the house was injured, that ended with Moss exposing his genitals, Dar
and the suspect did not follow Hayes through the nell said. Moss was arrested and given a notice to

window, she said. appear in court, she said.
The chase, which began shortly before 10:30: p.m., Moss told police he knew about sexual activity at
started after an unidentified male acquaintance of the park because of an article he read in The Tampa
Hayes pulled out a handgun during a fight between Tribune about former University of Florida Foundation
Hayes and the suspect, Darnell said. assistant vice president for development StephenF.
Gainesville police don't know why the fight started Brannon's arrest March 27. Brannon exposed himself f: Wt :ftn { ;
and are investigating the crime. Hayes was treated to an undercover police officer at the racquetballcourt
and released from Alachua General Hospital later that according to Gainesville police. : I:
night, Darnell said. MIKE BRUSCELL


Fling '90: Today's celebra- show Look Who's Talking and War of Earth Day Benefit Concert with Stan ::\ <\\n\

tion is from 10 to 2:30: on the Reitz the Roses tonight at 8:30: on the Reitz Pollack and Friends is Saturday :
Union North Lawn and will include Union North Lawn. Call 392-1670. night at 8:13: at the United Church of ;j::.:: : /::::'i.'iiij .

robotic boxing, tug-of-war, a limbo IVCF: InterVarsity Christian Fel- Gainesville. Call 375-2118.
contest and more. Call 3921655. lowship will have a guest speaker on Jet ski: The USDA East Coast Jet "
pso:The Preprofessional Service Jesus and the Passover"' tonight at Ski Championship Race is Sunday at ;: :: 1 fi, :. ,
Organization is having a blood drive 7 in Reitz Union Room 346. Call 376- the YMCA Camp. Call 462-7248. '!!
today from 9-3 in Reitz Union Room 3167. Drawing:The Artitorium will have "" M"';,
B-60. Call 395-9772. TRAC: The Transfer Student Activities Figure Drawing Sunday night at 8 at 1
Arabs: Club Arabi's guest speakerwill Council will have a party the Artitorium. Call 3359796. J H:
discuss Arab history and Arab tonight at 9 in the LaMancha Court Karate: The Isshinryu Karate ) lt
women tonight at 6 in Reitz Union yard. Call Matt, 376-1757. Club meets Monday at 4:30: in the i
Room 334. Call 395-7624. Bicycle race: The Orange and O'Connell Center in Martial Arts ,
Grads: The Black Graduate Student Blue Bicycle Race begins Saturday Room 130B. Call 395-9550 or 336- ", ;1" ato %rr
Organization will meet tonightat morning at 8 on Museum Road. The 0209. ::
6 in Reitz Union rooms 362-363. road will be closed. Call 378-2404. Public service: The Gainesville ;
Call 373-8993. Moonlight: Kanapaha Botanical City Commission is accepting ap- 'llI! lfJI\i
Shabbat: Due to preparations for Gardens Spring Moonlight Walk is plications for membership on the
Passover, B'nai B'rith will hold Shab- Saturday night at 7 in the Gardens. Student Adjunct Advisory Board I \JfWWN ; Reg9Ae..
bat Services tonight at 8:15: at The stroll features live music and through Tuesday, April 10. Pick up W' N .'
Leonardo's. Call 3722900. luminaries. Call 372-4981. applications at the office of the clerkof .rllllllWlji ; ::
Residence Hall Week: IRHA will Earth Day: The Let Every Day Be the commission. Call 374-2002. ; ), 11

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Students to meet

t I

,. ". legislative leaders

By in
bus will leave UF at 6 a.m.

Alligator Writer order to arrive in time for a breakfast

r +M. UP students will have an exclusive with the Florida Supreme Court jus-

r- chance to meet with Florida political tices.

leaders on Legislative Day-if they Throughout the day, students will

sign up early. meet and listen to several guest

The first 50 UF students who sign speakers, including U.S. Sen. Bob

'';'',",..,(...... "{' up will go to Tallahassee April 12 fur Graham, state Sen. George Kirkpat-

'f.(.,! ( Legislative Day, an opportunity to rick, state Rep. David Flagg, state

..:...... ...t... .,, meet with senators and state leaders. Rep. Sid Martin, state Sen. and gu-

"It's an outstanding opportunityfor bernatorial candidate George Stuart,

........,. UF students to see first hand not state Senate President Bob Crawford
t j- M only how their state governmentworks Commissioner of Agricultureand

-.; ,but how powerful the student Consumer Affairs Doyle Conner,

..,. lobby is and can be," Student Body Assistant Secretary of State Barbara
\& President Mike Browne said. Burnsed, Democratic Party Political

.A' The cost is$35 and all students are Director Kolby Peterson,Republican

h eligible. Applications can be pickedup Party Political Director Roger Aus-

and filled out at the Florida Blue tin, lobbyist Ralph Haben, Chancellor -
..: Key office, Reitz Union Room 312. of the State University System

"Because only 50 students go, it Charlie Reed and University Rela-

RE"" I' ,.. -..-M....... oir provides a more personal atmo- tions Vice President Al Alsobrook.The .
in which students get to actually
Waterworks sphere .
day will\ culminate with a barbecue
Fernando Nunez, a graduate student In forest and conservation from Puerto Rico, talk with leaders," said Liz at former UF President Ste-
director of Legislative Action
washes his '73 Volvo at Maguire Village. Bowyer, a division, of Florida Blue Key. phen C. O'Connell's ranch.

Deadline for applications is April The bus returns to UF at 10 p.m.

SG committee says funding political groups legal I IBy

human rights protest, he said.
I&I chairwoman Barbara Howard told Tompkins. said.don't "We
"AI is non-political, Cheney
DEBBIE CENZIPERAlligator senators Tuesday night that her committee Tompkins said the big question his com- endorse candi-
belong to a party or a
Writer could find no legal statutes either in mittee will consider is how the group is date presidency.We just maintain impar-

Florida law or SG-that prevents SG from going to use the requested money. International and about
After investigating for almost two months be considered too polit- tiality. AI is so careful about that
committee couldn't funding a political group."It with.
Government work
a Student he said. who they'll
ical to be funded by SG,
find any laws that prohibit giving money to appeared that it had simply been tra- Cheney said his group never asked SG
Also if SG funds the group, may open
dition that we don't fund groups for those ,
political groups. for before and always money
from money
for funding requests
the door
is not to
: Howard "I&fsjob
That the network of Amnesty purposes Democrats through fund-raisers. The money from
means campus such the College
say if we should fund them or not, it's to political groups to mail their lettersin
International, which had asked Stu- College Republicans, Tompkinssaid. would enable the group
determine if funding is legal.
dent Senate for$6,451 in February,may be bulk, Cheney said.

eligible to get part of the money.The Budget Howard said it is now determine up to'the if B&F SG "What concerns me is that this will set a The time and consideration senators tookin
in Febru- committee and Senate to through the
and Finance committee requested he said. sending the group's request
ary that the Information and Investigation should fund the organization's request. precedent International President proper committees proved that they're con

committee look into whether the group is Amnesty's funding request, which B&F But campus Amnesty said the mailings are sidering everything carefully, Cheney said."I .

political and if it is legal to fund political lowered, is mainly for postage for international David in Cheney Instead, they are a think it's all being handled fairly well.
groups. mailings, said B&F chairman Chris not political any way.

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I W V SOe Brainstorm( Drafts with all night.Troy

Mandela meets with de KlerkCAPE Fri:

TOWN, South Africa (UPI) President ment rally last week. "Simon Sayseverybody
Frederik de Klerk met African National Congress Thursday's meeting was the first face-to-face encounter donee.
leader Nelson Mandela and top aides Thursday but between de Klerk and Mandela since his Feb.
vowed to oppose any attempts by the ANC to ride 11 release from prison, where he served 27 years on $$1 longnecks 912.
roughshod over power-sharing negotiations and exclude sabotage charges, and represented the highest-level "STATE OF
the opinions of other black leaders. ANC-government talks since the National Party sweptto I Sat:
The first face-to-face encounter between an ANC power in 1948.
delegation and a South African president in 42 yearsof The meeting with the homeland leaders, and the Take a trip to the
National Party rule began shortly after 6 p.m., as April 11 talks with the ANC,were intended to discuss ARTBANGBANG. future with Troy.
de Klerk's government grappled with a military coupin obstacles standing in the way of formal powersharingnegotiations SOC Drafts 912.
the black homeland of Venda the second to end the country's racial crisis.
homeland to fall to rebellious black soldiers in a Buthelezi, one of the two self-governing territory
month. leaders who attended, declared he was present as Fri & Sat:
The coup d'etat was led by Venda Defense Force president of the Zulu movement Inkatha and not as Featuring the Big
Deputy Chief Col. Gabriel Ramushwana, who vowedto chief minister of the KwaZulu self-governing territoryin
'Beat Down
establish a ruling council of unity and called for Natal province.
talks with the African National Congress and other Buthelezi, whose followers are at war with ANC- A REAL PLACE TO DANCE e 6 E UNIV AVE (ground floor).
anti-apartheid organizations opposed to the homeland linked supporters in strife-torn Natal, said in a state- 18 T THURS TIL 3 FRI, SAT TIL 4
policy. ment that de Klerk has "gone past all points of no I
Thousands of residents of Thohoyandou, capital of return in his moves away from apartheid"and said he
the tiny homeland near the northern border with is prepared to negotiate.
Zimbabwe, spilled into the streets and motorists Venda, with a population of 500,000, is one of four to Go!
honked their horns in celebration of the overthrow of black homelands that accepted Independence" in a Way
homeland leader Frank Ravele. policy that has stripped millions of blacks in the The Alligator congratulates its journalists who won Mark of Excellence
Mandela-along with ANC intelligence chief Jacob country of South African citizenship. Awards at the Southeastern Regional Convention at the
Zuma, the most senior ANC leader to return from Other than South Africa, no nation recognizes their University of Alabama last weekend.
exile, and other officials intended to discuss with sovereignty.The .
de Klerk the ANC's decision to suspend a formal homelands policy has enriched and empowereda
meeting scheduled for April 11. ANC leaders small percentage of the country's 28 million blacks MICHAEL GILTZ
suspended the meeting in protest after 11 blacks were and has failed to satisfy the aspirations for a voice in First Place, Editorial Writing
killed when police opened fire during an anti-govern- national affairs. RONALD DUPONT JR.

First Place, Spot-News Reporting

I East Germans protest monetary planEAST MIKE DAME

Second Place, Spot-News Reporting

BERLIN (UPI) -East Germany's first freely The East German mark is virtually worthless out- MARY SHEDDEN
elected Parliament convened Thursday and deputies side East Germany. First Place, Feature Writing
faced an immediate challenge as about 200,000 people Speakers condemned the Bundesbank proposal, SUZETTE COOK
protested against plans for a monetary union that under which individual East Germans would only be
could mean financial losses for East Germans. able to change up to 2,000 marks at a 1-to-l rate. First Place, Feature Photography
Huge rallies were held in several East German citiesto The plan, unveiled last week, drew sharp criticism JASON DAVIS
protest a proposal by the West German Bundes- from virtually all East German political parties and Second Place, Column Writing
bank,the central bank,under which two East German from West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl's liberal
marks will be needed to buy one Deutsche Mark when coalition partners. Third Place, Sports Writing
monetary unification between the two states is com- The Volkskammer, the East German Parliament,is UF students won the overall sweepstakes In the broadcast and
pleted, probably this summer.A expected to start discussion of the planned economic print journalism competition with 15 awards, more than any other
few hours after the inaugural session of the new, union a crucial step toward political reunification. college in the six-state region.
400-seat()() Parliament, tens of thousands of people attended Volkskammer deputies Thursday entrusted Chris-
a rally at East Berlin's Alexander Plaza- the tian-Democratic Union Chairman Lothar de Maiziere,
scene of massive demonstrations that precipitated the 50,with the task of forming a new government,which
ouster of the hard-line communist leadership last fall he is likely to head. He led the CDU to electoral
In Halle 20,000 people took to the streets,chanting, victory, winning 163 seats for the party. GATOR BASEBALLSEE
"We are no half Germans" while the number of Sabine Bergmann-Pohl,another CDU delegate,was
demonstrators in Dresden was estimated at 70,000. In elected parliamentary president He gained the back
the southern city of Leipzig, about 50,000 people ing of 214 deputies in a second ballot that was held SEC RIVALRY AT ITS BEST!
gathered at the downtown Karl Marx Plaza,calling fora after the first ballot failed to give any of the candidatesan
1-to-l exchange rate. absolute majority.

I Use of force in Lithuania ruled out I

WASHINGTON (UPI) Soviet Foreign Minister Dole said there might be efforts to curtail trade with
Eduard Shevardnadze told Senate leaders the Soviet the Soviet Union or' take other steps "that 'might
Union does not intend to use force in trying to resolve interrupt progress in U.S.-Soviet relations." S (I
Lithuania's bid for independence, the leaders said Shevardnadze indicated,however, the Soviet policy Saturday, April 7 II e .
Thursday. is not guided by what the United States does.
Senate Democratic leader George Mitchell,and "Their approach is based on what they think is the 5:00: pm (Doubleheader)
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Gorbachev is under heavy criticism at home for his not involve use of force is in their best interest and Scouts in uniform
handling of several problems and could be ousted if that's why they're doing it,not as a result of what they
he is not successful.At anticipate our reaction might be," Mitchell said. admitted free.
a news conference where they told of their Shevardnadze was in Washington for talks
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Darts & laurels

DART to Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger for not tak- q

ing more interest in "allegations" that former basketball
star Vernon Maxwell had an agent two years ago. As ath-

letic director, it should be his job to make sure athletes

and athletic programs are clean. That means investigatingrumors

and "allegations," not ignoring them.

When former coach Norm Sloan told him about a possi- 4 ,)
ble between Maxwell and the
relationship agent, Arnsparger J o4illp
instinctively should have looked into the matter. But

he didn't. Nice leadership. Just one more reason Presi- CPS

dent John Lombardi! should ask him to resign. Turns out

Arnsparger's as guilty as Vernon was.

LAUREL to the law students who chose to express

their support, instead of anger, to law school officials
Thursday. The law school does not have the most inte-

grated faculty on campus of 55 professors with tenureor

those who qualify for it, seven are women, four are

black and one is Hispanic.The be I
Garbage barges must stoppedBarges
students are showing their support for recent

changes. Just two years ago, there were five women and piled high with garbage on long-term od-
no Hispanics. The law school, as well as many other ysseys through exotic ports,have drawn ridicule from > Holly Jensen

schools on campus, have a long way to go in becomingmore people across the country. What is truly amazing is S
that the same people who laugh are often drinkingand PEAKING OUT
representative of the population of the student body
eating off disposable plastic products and using
and that of the state as well. many of the other amenities "necessary" for modem garbage imperialism,or the export of toxic waste from

Another DART to Arnsparger for not industrialized countries to capital-starved, developing
top saga of these ships'journeys might be funny countries. The EPA estimates that 2.2 million tons of
black coaches for the job of head basketball coach. The
were it not for the incredible seriousness surroundingour toxic waste are transported across international bor-
issue is not hiring a black coach instead of a white coach, inability to manage our own wastes. ders yearly.
but rather that the selection process be open. Lon Krugeris The peril of the solid waste problem can be appreciated Ocean dumping of millions of pounds of packaging
a talented, successful coach and probably will do UF in the example of the plastic foam beveragecup materials and huge quantities of indestructible plastic
proud. But not seriously considering all the top coaches built to keep coffee warm for a few minutes, nets by commercial fishing fleets causes a slow and
just doesn't seem fair. it lasts virtually forever.Its painful death for millions of sea birds, 100,000 marine
immortality is one of the primary qualities which mammals and many sea turtles each year.
LAUREL to Lombardi! for at least thinking about doing has made it useful to us. Resistance to salt-acid, rust, Industry is responding to public pressure and legal
something with the Faculty Senate. The 605 members rep- bacteria and breakage made it into the miracle sub- action slowly. A coalition of oil and chemical companies -
resent about 1,600 faculty. That's not representation, stance which literally transformed our culture. It was has made a commitment to build several massive
that's membership. TheCongress of the United States so cheap, efficient and convenient that its use prolif- recycling plants.While it's better to end up with useful
erated wildly, even for the most trivial purposes. plastic products, rather than ever-enlarging landfills,
both houses only has 535 members. Really, it's about Plastics,however, are found only to be less expen- the problem is that we are still generating more plastic.

sive by disregarding their true environmental costs. Currently less than 0.5 percent of all plastic prod
By weight, plastics make about 10 of
up percent the ucts in the United States are degradable.
time.Welcome 450,000 tons of refuse produced in the United States
Coach every 24 hours. However, they account for as muchas Though most people seem to think of landfills as
30 percent of landfill volume. The Environmental giant community compost heaps, they rarely containthe
Protection Agency estimates that one-third of U.S. appropriate moisture, nutrients or microorganisms -
cities will run out of landfill space within three years, necessary for encouraging rapid natural decay.
KrugerLon and one-half will run out within 10 years. There was a time when the world worked well
Municipal waste incinerators are looming large on without today's conveniences. People ate and drank
the horizon,offering a quick fix solution to those with off real dishes and simply washed them. Accordingto
Kruger has entered the 'believe-it-or-not' zone. So little foresight. More than 100 such facilities are in Donnella Meadows of Dartmouth College, "It's
little has been done lately that too much has gone on. operation in the United States today. In the processof easier to deal with a flood by turning it off at its source
Think about it. Too little leadership, too little disciplineand burning waste, toxic pollutants such as lead, mer- than by inventing better mopping technologies."

too little learning have resulted in too much drugs, cury, arsenic, hydrochloric acid and dioxins are re- Holly Jensen lives in Gainesville and carries her Own
too much money exchanging hands and too much mouth- leased. cup and shopping bag to reduce her contribution to the
ing off. Another "solution" to the waste problem has been garbage binge.

Kruger also enters a somewhat clean house. The play- i EDITOR

ers are talented and eager. The facilities are beautiful. All Article was unfairto must go!" but now that he is gone a traitor to his Alma Mater.
UF needs is a coach who will be a leader and bring all and someone else has stepped for- The Alligator claimed in para-
the elements together sports, school and life. Coach KrugerEditor ward and to take his place,lets back off graph five that Kruger, "still can't
give the new guy a chance. pinpoint what made him leave his
:I read thefrontpagearticle& By comparing Coach Kruger to home state. His salary and annu-
alligator Editor about UFs new basketball coach, Coach Spurrier the way it was ities were then emphaslzedimply-
Lucy Chabot'Managing Lon Kruger,and I was shocked by done,you implied that Kruger wasa ing to me that money was a major
the lack of concern and insight the traitor and Spurrier a hero. Yes, factor in his decision.
Editor Editor
Opinions writer and editor used. every Gator is proud to have Coach
,Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton In my opinion,T1te AlligatorusuI Spurrier back in Gainesville. What If you can't find a writer who
I I want to know is'what's wrong with can do a little research on his topic,
ally' does a'decent job
Letter PolicyUtters covering Coach by pub-
Kruger? don't embarrass yourselves
to the editor should not exceed 200 word(about one 8-1>)1.10 page). They should be stories such as this one. article.
typed. doubto-spaced and sKncd. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone It seemed to me Tht Alligator lishing garbage like this
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call What happened to you? should have been welcoming Adam Brum
the editorial' page editor at 376-4458
I agreed with the slogan"DeVoe new coach, not implying that he is 4JM


crew stages; scenes of UF student lifestyles j jBy


MJ. MORGEN was filming on a Saturday, when no classesare .,
Alligator Writer scheduled at UF. rayr
"It could have happened on a Friday or a
An independent production company Thursday-we just didn't have the produc-
blew into town last week,fabricating scenesit tion possibilities to do it," Degnan said.
couldn't capture in reality and finishing a The 30-minute video incorporates many
video about UF life in five days. styles of music while showing facets of UF
Jack Degnan, 23, owner and executive life.The video uses footage provided by UF
producer of Palm Tree Productions, said he Information and Publications Services and
hopes the television pilot, "College Road interviews taken by Palm Tree Productions
Trip,"will air in the fall on the USA Network. March 29-31.
Degnan, a freelance said he
Frank Ahern, associate director of Infor-
hopes the series will the
portray lifestylesof mation services, said he agreed to provide
campuses around the country.In footage because Degnan told him he was
an attempt to document propensity trying to portray UF in contrast to its reputation er
for UF women to wear aerobic wear to
as a party
class," Degnan contacted Laura Battle, aer
"My impression was that he was workingfor
obics-exercise instructor at Gainesville ;
a reputable organization that interested
Health and Fitness, and asked her to bringa was
in doing something for UF, he said.
group of women to Turlington Hall Saturday
for a video-taped workout.At But the finished video concentrates on
the start of one scene,telecommunications dormitory overcrowding, music, fashion,
senior Susan Romanski, one of the sports and other extra-curricular activities
show's three hosts, asks two women carrying instead.
books and wearing aerobic wear Romanski said the show "looks like one
whether they have time to perform a work big music video.
"I think it makes Florida look very appealing
outOne women looks at her watch and says, ," she said. "It's fun and it looks like fun. WISNIEWSKI-AILIGATOR
"Well, we have about 15 minutes before It makes Florida look like the place you wantto Jack Degnan directs the filming of his one-half hour show on UF lifestyles that he .
class." The scene then flips to the women, be." is hoping to air on USA Network this fall.
joined by additional dancers, performing a Gearing the show to 14to 24-year-olds,
routine in front of Turlington Hall. Degnan said he hopes to reach the "video Hardback Cafe appear more obviously video to friends earlier this week.
"We were supposed to create a scenario generation" with "short bursts of energy," drunk. Editors removed frames from film, television is is camera shots,"he
-what we'd do on a typical day if we were in order to entertain them and "expose the making his movements more pronounced. explained later. "What we do is take every I IAll
students," Battle said. Many of the women alternative world of college." "We used the multi-grab technique with other one out He was inebriated. We
wore T-back leotards and midriff tights. To show Gainesville's bar scene, Degnan him to make him look a little weirder," wanted to visually make that more recognizable
Degnan said he wasn't disturbed that he altered film to make a patron at Gainesville's Degnan said while showing the finished to the public"Sick

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richness,"Gesualdi said."It shows
Kanapaha Botanical Gardens Gainesville's Spring Arts Festi- who we are."
val, which has become a rite of Musicians and dancers will en-
u Invites, you to a spring, will overtake downtown tertain crowds on three stages this
: Gainesville this weekend with art weekend. Clark said music will
Spring Moonlight Walk exhibits, children's activities and range from Florida folk songs toKltiAfvraa
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.. around the coun- tant aspect of the clogging.
try will line North- Those who get
.... east First Street festival is that hungry may pur-
%01N 1#, Enjoy a moonlight walk through forests, Saturday and Sun- it's a visual man- chase Greek gyros
meadows, and gardens Kanapha Botanical day to display oil and pastries, Ital-
and watercolor ifestation ofGainesville's ian sausages,corn
Gardens on a path lighted by over a mile of
paintings, sculptures on the cob, frozen
candles and the April moon. Flute and stained cul- yogurt and fruit

dulcimer music. by Peter Martin. Refreshments glass, jewelry and tural richness. It kabobs at conces-
other forms of art. sion stands, Clark
'11 ; will be available., Festival coordinator shows who we said. Proceeds will
Nancee Clark benefit local non-
said more artists are. profit groups.

;; $2.50 Admission than ever before -Conl Gesualdl Children's entertainers
have, applied to will per-
l $1.50 for North Florida Botanical compete for Gainesville cultural form on the
$20,000 in awards.'Celebrating Thomas Center
members. operation manager21st
f Society I its grounds in the
1 year:, the Spring Arts Festival Children's Rainbow Garden:which
,. 4625 S.W. 63rd Boulevard has evolved from a strictly local will triple in size,Clark said.
"'' (located just off S.W. Archer Rd. arts and crafts show to a nationally "We are expanding the
For more information renowned fine arts and crafts exhi- Children's Rainbow Garden into a
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call 372-4981 gional and local artists. Clark said.wilt have 15 handson -
The festival is sponsored by workshops for children,a face-
Santa Fe Community College, painting booth and a ceramics
SFCC Endowment Corporation, workshop."
the City of Gainesville and Cross- Clark said the garden encourages -
The Board of Directors of land Savings. children to appreciate art by
Clark said the event draws allowing them to participate in ac-
Campus Communications, Inc. more people to Gainesville than tivities like painting,mask-making,
Gatomationals. Organizers expect gardening and clay building.
publisher of the festival, the largest of its kind Those who visit the garden also
in North Florida and second onlyto may help build a giant, "balloon-
Homecoming in attracting like" sculpture using hundreds of
the independent florida crowds,to draw more than 130,000 multi-colored wind tubes, Clark
spectators. said. The inflated, 3-D form will
Coni Gesualdi,Gainesville's cul- surround the Thomas Center
tural operation manager, said grounds.
floridaalligator there are more artists.in Gaines- Festival; hours are Saturday from
ville than in most other cities. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from
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Rendezvous NetworkPresents 'Caribbean culture explained

"THE FIRST FRIDAY"IN UF professor's speech part of Asians.Caribsa Week celebrationBy

Alligator Writer Creole languages based on French, English or
Portuguese developed with West African influences,
UPTOWN MANHATTAN'S Club Med, Creole and voodoo are just part of the Murray said.
Caribbean's rich heritage,UF anthropology professor But many Americans are misinformed about Car-
((112 SW 1 1st Street Next to Market Street Pub) Gerald Murray told about 50 ibbean language, culture and
Friday April 6th 1990 people in Little Hall Wednes- "The Caribbean popula- religion,he said.Television and
movies often depict Haitian voodoo
From speech was part of Car tion is construed homo- as a deadly religion full of
9pm-4am ibsa Week, organized by the black magic,but in reality voo-
; Caribbean Student Association. geneously as a doo is primarily a healing reli
The Caribbean population is population that puts on gion.
74e 4awa 1/evUettf tot 1H uQtcarcce construed homogeneously as a "Animal sacrifice, from Af-
population that puts on white white coats and brings rica,is a part of the religion,"he :
%) Pan, OUICC, ; cuae Reggae, Rafcas / coats and brings red punch to said. "But to practice voodoo I
C du ee 9 h.r HaM1'8. tourists said Murray,who has red punch to tourists. correctly,you have to be Roman
with FREE Champagne worked on a number of Carib- Catholic. i
}. t/ and Food Catered by bean islands. -Gerald Murray Graduate student Laetitia
Z "FingerTips"'o But the Caribbean is more ofa UF anthropology professorhe Nisbeth,who was born in Curacao
t. Admission is $3.00 union than a true melting pot, ,said some Americans think
Brought to you by the said."One of the first things that strikes a visitor the Caribbean is so primitive that they ask whether
f Rendezvous Network is that each island maintains its own unique charac. she grew up with running water, or whether people "
ter.: drive cars in Curacao.
Though in many ways they share a common history "I 1 wish'more people had come tonight-Caribbe- 'I
I and culture, Caribbean countries developed differently ans, Americans, everybody so that they would
"LAND HO"Pirate I I due to varying degrees of influence from the know a little more about what the Caribbean is really
South American Indians, Europeans, Africans and like"Nisbeth said. 1 1I
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Manor 'turn 1bdr avail 5,.
1 FURNISHED UF very clean! 2bdrl1 ba. new carpet Manor-2bdr/2ba avail in May May Roommates needed ASAP i67/mo,
Sublet ab, or c terms. For details call
fireplace, a/c wash/dry hook-up,, 484mo.. for more Into' call 3381478. 336.4108 Iv mlg. 4-8-4-4 house near UF, ac, pets ok, 1 mo. free,
$145 util incl. 3blk to UF. Private entrance avail. Aug. $330/mo. 3731558. 4-10-10- 4-6-7-4 no deposit 601 NW 35 Terr. Call Norm

tingle rm ell. upper class or grad 2 SPYGLASS OXFORD MANOR Sublease or re-rent 382-8953, eve 3721800. 4-9-3-4
call 372-1862 all. 5. Sublease May-August for for fall 3bdr3bawasherdryer
summer option ,
Attractive, clean apts. & houses close to BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse furnished Please call 3778287. 4- Oak Forest Apt. 3bdr/2ba, new carpet and

Large room separate entrance, private UFo avail lor Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs must see. please leave message 1710.4 bar Incl. $580/mo./ Avail May 5-July 31 w/

bath fireplace, close to UF. NW secluded Call 4959024. 3368254. 4-6 6-4 option to renew. 336-0400 Iv message.

area $350/mo 3711745. 4-8-6.1 2 bdr Apt In duck pond area house, fireplace Rmmt needed lor summer own bdr in N/S F to have own master bedrm/bath for
ONLY Roomie mill needed summer C 1 blk from
$180/mnth 1 1/3 util. Need ASAPI,
wood floors, celmg fans, big yard 2bdr/1 1/2 ba twnhse Option to rent
ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145 lor Sum Call Kim 375-6780.. 4-10-5-4 campus $145 mo Own room share bath
mer Spring ft Fall also avail at ClO. Incl) avail May 1$325/mo 374-8148. 4-11-10- whole place in Aug. Patio, fenced yrd Call Dawn or Janna for info' 377-4501',

10 meals/wk util pd 1 blk to UF. Student 2 pets ok, close to UF/bus line. 335-5047 or Sublet 2bdr apt May-Aug Univ. Heights 41254Ibdrshare
run II377-4269 or by 117 NW 15th St. 17432851.
stop Apts. 2 blks 'from UFI $375/mo. 3771523.
2 1bd opts SW cent heat/air on bus 1
4-13-10-1 CALL NOWI bath hse 1 blk to UF furnished
no more parking hassles 4-
avail now, 1 avail mid-May $275 includ. : Lrg I 1bdr apt No de 10.5.4 24hr air May-Aug $150 Incld util call Kim

Room in 3br house $160 & util.! 375-8329.. water annual lease, 373-0701. 4-6-5-2 posit. $375/mo. Call 373-3558 or 377- 371-6463. 4-10-3-4
4105 evening
2bd-2ba apt avail May-Aug Fully turn, ac,
Summer rmmt wanted to live 1.3 mi from AVAIL NOW $3SO/MO. 378-5498 SALLY. Hawaiian Village sublet May thru Aug. w/d. micro, buses to UF ft SFCC. Roomy 2br 21/2/ bath townhouse for summer
UF, NW G'ville No dep. $230 covers all 485.2 Ibd/lba $310/mo, condition. Call $150/mo ea Call Robin after fpm at 374- or longer sublet beg May. Close to
bills. Call 371.7703 Iv msg 336-1834 Iv msg. 4-6-5-4 4678. 4105.4 UF, pool, laundry, $425/mo Pickwick Park
3357508. 4-12-5-4
Spacious 2BR apt, 5 mln bike to campus
Small apt for one mature student. No pets, Sublet Ibdr in 2bdr/1 1/2 ba apt turn
central air, pool Indry available 5/7.8/18 We'll pay U $75 to sublet May-Aug 15. HELP US SUBLET For Summer. Great
quiet, no party atmosphere, avail now or with option to lease $320/mo. 375-2193. 2Bdr/2Ba furn. $485. Gatorwood. Closeto May-Aug $210/mo. 3779280. 4-6-3-4
May 1. $200 per mo. plus utilities 378- 485.2 UF. Call anytime 3779193. 4-13-10-4 Apt Great Local, Price Nego 3360077.
2016. Sublease: own bd/ba In spacious furn.

1/2 block UF11241 SW 4th Av. Sublease for summer 2Bdr/2Ba twnhse Summer C $187/mo & 1/2 util.
to 921', 2nd at Rocky
Large 1 & 2 BR apt neatly furnished no story security! Available Immediately! Point, $429/mo. Call Lisa at 378.5397 or Call Holly 335.1270 Please leave mes Large 2bdr apt at 837 SW 9th St,
convenient UF ft downtown $250- sage. 4-6-3-4 $300/mo. 371-0741 4-8-2-4
pets, $260/mo neg. Call Will at 3778789. 4-6- 3359455. 4-6-5-4
275 mo. 376.5957. 5-2
Lakewood Villas Sublease May-Aug Summer Sublet, May-Aug, 3bdr/2ba Summer sublet-big & quiet 1 bdrm apt

WALK 3 BLOCKS UF Room c/h/ac share 1 bdr housescreened porch/deck 2 entrances turn bdr, own ba, wash/dry/ attractive and house, 1 blk from law school, cent near sorority row + creek, arboreal view,
kit/baths will prefer male grad students heat/air wash/dry, $500/mo rent neg furnished. $200/mo, pet w/deposit' ok.
$295 inc util, no dep, no last mth. clean, only $242/mo. 335-5589 leave
185 smgle240 double 376-6652 378-8122. 3748842. 4-10-9-4 373-6432.
Oil Archer & 34 St. Pets OK. Call 378- message. 6880 Iv msg. 4-6-4-2 SPYGLASS sublease from May-Aug OWN RM 4 sum a.b.or c In house behind
Sublet thru Colonial Manor
July Apt 5 mm
Sublet Ibdr in 3bdr townhouse May-Aug 3bd/3bath Absolutely beautiful, great Norman Hall very close to UF $150/m/ +1/2
2bdr/2ba new carpet, fenced yard dish., walk to UF on SW. ibr/iba furnished
$155+ 1/4utilities per mo pool area. Grab some friends ft sign Howl! util no pets 372-2172 leave message.
cent heat/air, wash/dry hook-up, near pool. $245/mo Call Lee 378-3199. 4-11- 4-12-5-4
3352830. 4-10-5-4
wash/drymicrocovered parking call Oaks Mall, $285/mo & $250 dep. 332- 5-4
BSusan 332-0167.
4623. 4-16-5-2 Roommate needed to sublet 3bdr/3ba POLOS 2bd/ba In 3/3 apt only COUNTRY VILLAGE, sublease large

Large 2 BR 21/2 bth townhouse Woodgate 1 or 2 persons to take over lease for sum In the LAURELS. Starting summer apt A $200/mo Cal Beau furn, w/d, micro, wt. Ibdr., May-Aug $344/mo. May rent free!

Mnr W/D hookup, Avail May 1 $509mo.neg. / mer. 2bd 2bath at $235 per person. Oak $250/mo. Call Tracy 3354085. 4-6-5-4 room, sauna, & more. Avail 511. 335.5848 Option for fall, call 336-1079' after 5. 4-

332-9564 Ask lor Linda or Barbara. Forest Apts. 373.4220 ask for Tally. 4-9- Lv. message. 13-6-4

Wlndmeadows 2 sublease 2bdrm
5-2 phase
Oxford Manor masterbd sublease MayAugust. Ox lord Manor sublet 3bd/3ba/ to start In
3bdrm/3bth for Sum. C 4
FOR RENT: apt. woption Own ba washer/dryer In 2 story May w/option to take over ,lease. Close to
2BR/1BA quad unit avail. summer, possibly 336-1377 Rena or Kelt! $210/mo./ neg.
4-8-5-4 apt next to pool HBO $245/mo. Call Dananytime front; price negotiable call 3351880. 4-
longer. Fireplace dishwash SW
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk a/c 373-3538. 4115.4 12-5-4
area, no pets.' $310/mo ft sec. 3350213.
4105.2 Looking for a great place for Summer? In
to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280 Oakbrook 3rd floor, tingle' rm w/option for In The Pines DELUXE one bedroom apt LAURELS, 3bdr/3ba sublet summer c,

2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. Affordable 2bdr duplex 2nd floor, new fall May June, July. $380/mo. 376-6611. May-Aug. Seek a responsible renter Imm. wash/dry, attractive and clean, many

Plus LMR. Pool laundry no cats or dogs. paint, new carpet, quiet, shaded 428 NW 4-8-5-4 Price neg, fully furn.. Please call 373- amenities, price negotiable, call 335-
Santa Fe Trace Apis. 378-1190. 4-30-75- 4105. 4-11-5-4, 6078 4-11-4-4
I 0 Ave. $300/mo./ Call altar 5, 3735577.
4-11-6-2 Pinetree Gardens sublease for
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet spacious 1 bdr apt, price neg. Please summer call, Spyglass 3bd 3ba avail May or June, deposit The Laurels/brand new, beautiful unfurn.

washer/dryer available in most units lor Sublet, 1 bdrl1 b. apt. Spacious. Behind 3357345. 4-6-4-4 negotiable, lease exp July 31, op. 1 bdr/1 ba, sublet avail. Immediately, thru
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 a 2 Bath Norman Hall. Washer/dryer. Only ton for renewal Call 336-8439 alter' 430.: Aug. w/ option for renewal. Incl. free

250350. see ft Imr. 372-8422. 4-30- $245/mo. Semilurn. Avail. May 1. Dep. pdl Summer Sublet Treehouse Village, 4-11-5-4, alarm system, wt. room, sauna pool ft

1 Call 373-8928 $160/mb, Call Jack 375-4689 4954 morel Call any time 335-4455 or 335-.
SPACIOUSONE KEEP MY DEPOSIT F/M for own Ig bdr 5750. 4-13-6-4

BEDROOM APT. Block from UF Sublease until May-Aug. Only $150/mo & 1/3 utl. Pets
Large Rooms Utilities July 31' fully furnished
ONLY $263MO.LYONS APT paid, Cox Cable, Nice., Call Greg ;376- 1 bdr/1 ba apt SW area $200/mo avail May ok. Close to campus. Call Kim 3784373. Rockwood Villas male n/s rmmt needed
3291. $150.225/mo rent. 4-11-10-2' 5, 3354870. 4-9-5-4 Summer B share bdr $150/mo+1/5 util.
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 Fully furnished wash/dry. Call Brent at

4-30-71-2 2 room efficiency. 1 blk from UF, 1834 NW ROCKY PT master bdr/ba in spacious POL OS. Summer Sublet (May-Aug) female 335-1783 for Info. 4-12-5-4

INCREDIBLE 1st Ave .B, 3/4 util Incl., $1 liS/mo. Century 3bdr apt, pond view pool, turn, l90/mo. non-smok lor 2/2 ALL amenities
21' John Merrill Inc. 3721495. 4-6-1-2 335-6300 Iv message, must see III 4-9-5- Included. Rent Negotiable. Call 336- Rockwood Villas female nil rmmt needed
Efficiency Apt. 4 3844. 4-9-3-4 summer b share bdr l95mo.1/5 util

Starting it $185 GRAD STUDENT: ONE BEDROOM APT Fully turn wash/dry security call Chrl.tI.t'!

Starting at $235 2 BedroomMEADOWCREST ONE BLOCK FROM UNIV. $275/mo. Call CAMELOT 2bd/1ba unfurn. April FREE! NO DEPOSIT Now thru July 31. 2bdrm 1 336-8065. 4-12-5-4'

Kevin 0-5 376-5242, alter' 5pm 3773852. Lease ends In Aug. Good location pool 1/2/ ba, bike to school, part turn mod
378-3988 sauna, laundry. $425/mo. Call 374-6576. twnhse, Mill Run RENT NEG. 371-4761 OXFORD MANOR-sublease for summer
375-3861 4-12-8-4 6-2-4 with option to lease for fall. 2bdrm/2bath,

I 4-30-70-2 Bel Air 636 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd/2ba unfurn, May free. Call 375-1307. 4.12.5-

I 'Check Our New Specials" and 1bd apts. Large Oaks. College Park Summer Sublease: Oxford Manor, 2339 SW 31 PI Apt *3, 2BR, new carpet, 4

All Amenities Available Properties 411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 4- 3bdr/3ba, rent for May Is Free! Call 375- close to camput 335-5285/372-1509. 4-

FURNISHED UNFURNISHED "1152Studio. 5871 Iv. message, (urn. For sale also.' 10-4-4 Oxford Manor2bdr2ba. avail In May for
4-9-5-4 summer c. Closest to pool, tennis, weight
Roommates Availabl.W.'r. 1 bd, and 2bd opts and houses avail Brandywine ,Ibd fully turn apt. Sublet for room. Call for more Info 376-0506. 4-12-'

No. 1 now and for fall. Walk to UFI 1 Beat .the rush! OXFORD MANOR, sublet master bdr. summer, avail May 7, option to renew In

REGENCY 378-5768 OAKS College Park Properties 411 NW 15th. summer C, across from pool, turn, Aug. $435/mo./ NO SEC. Gary 378-5564.
371-7777. 4.11-5.2 200mo. Call 371-1617. 4-6-4-4 4-11-5-4
3230 SW Archer Road 5 ROOMMATES
May rent FREEI 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD
COUNTRY GARDENS Townhouse 2bd212 ba clean quiet pool
French Quarter 2bdr/1 1/2 ba unfurn. MANOR. Rent C
373.4500 summer w/ option for
5 minutes to UF 3600 SW '19 Ave Foxmoor
2001 SW 16th Street condos $450mo flexible, lease call 335- Avail April August, option for fall. Closeto Fall. Call nowl 375.1208 Iv. message. 4- BRANDYWINE' FURNI 2bdr/1ba.

4-30-58-2 7021. 4-11-4-2, UF. $355/mo. Call 376-6073. 4-6-4-4 Sublease for summer with option for fall. )Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, hug pool, 1/2

Oxford Manor 1bd avail 7 for Mill Run townhouse 2bdr/1 1/2 ba. ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room, 12C&61@
May option Rent
Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the SUBLEASE & utll, 372.2857 Dennis. 4-30-28-5
: renewal Nice clean ft negotiable. Call 335-1287 leave
price of one. Pool tennis, sauna wt. Aug. gray car mes-
room. Stonerldge Apt*. 3800 SW 34 St. 4 HOUSEAPT.Spyglass pet. Big enough for two! Call 378-6515 Ivmsg. sage. 4-10-4-4 Female N/S Rmmt to share 2bdr/lba Apt
3751121.' 4-30-45-2 $ 751mo & ,
Sublease 1/2 util walking distance to
1 or 2 rms In 3bdr/3ba fully

Solve Parking Problem! Walk to UF from Apts: Sublease' summer until French aIr close to campus, 2bdr 1 1/2 furn/equlp. Wind Meadows Apt, $210/mo UF. Call 3774244. 4-17-15-5'

Anglia (NW 6th/1 Sth Str) Modern well kept July 31, fully turn 3bdr/3ba $228.33/mo ba.1 rmmt. $177.50 ft 1/2 util neg. 338- neg. Summer A, poss. C, call Jen/Julie. Looking for M N/S Rmmts( ) to share Fair

Apia ea w/own washer/dryer, cent ht/ac. Only need 1-F rmmt. Please, call 336- 1010 Chris/Rolf. 4-17-11-4' 336-6942. 4.1 t.5.4 mont Oaks Summer C woption/ to stay

Now renting for fall lyr lease 1st ft last 0248. 4-6-7-4 beyond. Howard 395.7258. 4-6-8-5
dep. $460/mo 2bdr/1 ba. $610/mo FEMALE RMMT Oak Forest, own master March Wood room avail from 5/3/90/ to

3bdr/2ba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 338-8354 F n/s/ to sublet room In Brandywme for bd/ba, wash/dry, pool, vb/tn/bb. $200/mo 8/20/90. Pay only 3 mos. rent, 3bdr/2ba. Share lakefront condo w/qulet" mature
392-0554. 42010.2 summer months, rent neg 335-3817. 4-8- ft 1/4 util. Sublet lor Summer. Call All! Call Marty 335-4208. 411.54 N/S u11 prof. Avail 5/12. Near
7-4 335-5954. 4-8-4-4
Oxford Manor 2bdr/2ba UF/Shands, next to Hilton. $350/mo 1/2
*Lolt Unit.totally awesome! bdr Sublet Available 2bdr/1ba SW sublease from 5/7. 8/15.apt.Rent We need to util incl-own bdr/ba, pool, wash/dry, cable
Gatorwood Apts.-2bdr/2ba furn. May. location Is
.'f near/UF fantastic deal at negotiable
at only $200/mo/ (I ft wkly maid $350
serv ((1st mo damagedep
pay 320)) for MayiS-AuglS 1 call me & 335- $490/mo, unfurn. at $425/mo., May-July. $36Vmo.. Call 335-5454 and.leave Nell.. Call 4-13-7-4 ut at 375-2565 ask for Joe or ) 376-7728 Iv msg. 48.7.5to
4374. 4-6-10-2 375-4813. 4-11-10-4 message.: 4-10-6-4 .

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needed ASAP lor big orange ft to share 2bd/lba duple 2 MANOR rmmt needed Immed N/S for own rm In nice NW home 1/4 MICRO CENTERComputers 376.1146

blue shuttered house corner of Archer ft blocks to Norman Hall. $142.50 ft 1/2 utilIlles .. 1/2 Apr, free) Own rm/ba In 2/2, option (for mile from UF Furn except for bd, fireplace Editor choice CompuAdd Northgate
13 Si across from UF.lully furnished utilities ( Call Mark at 378.7452. summer & fall Call Julie Iv mess 371 hardwood floor, avail Summer H P. Price same or lower than mail'
Included,washer/dryer.225.Michelle 1477 4945 $150/mo Robin 377.0385. 41155 order, Systems; below include 1mb, 40mb

335.9768. 4-8.7.5 1 or 2 N/S F Rmmts needed to share 3/2 ((28ms). graphics monitor
adorable apt. for summer C. Own room at Rmmt needed for summer Master bdrm We Need RMMT Starting Fall. Brant MC 286/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1295,
Own master bdr/ba in an In the Pines reasonable rate MUST SEEI! Tracy ai w/ own bin in large Wlndmeadows apt.. New Apia Only $220/mo Call Karen 336 MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20
twnhie, close to UF, avail. May.Aug. Big 371.9295 Lv Message 495.5 $240/mo neg Barry 335.2500. 4.10.5-5 0077 41255 $2399. PB 286 laptop whd & battery
enough for 21 $250/mo. Call Sent 371 $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphIcs .
1833. 4885 OXFORD MANOR ROCKWOOD VILLAS, N/S M/F loi F/N/S to share 2bdr/1ba furn, $180/mo monitor $970. 1 a 3 year warrant.
Roommate needed for summer Own master 3br/3ba./ Fully furn, own br A ba. $235/mo,, + 1/2/ util, summer C + fall behind Norman Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer

F N/S rmmt needed to Share 2bdr/3ba bdr, own master bath, own walk.in avail. May 5. Chris 335.9225 Iv msg 4. Hall April free, Call 373.8418/373. $185, HP Laser Jet Up $1049. 3743 W.
condo,wash/dry SW ar.a. $225/mos1/2 closet Low rent 376.9788. 4955 10.5-5 8928. 4.12-5.5 University Ave.
utll Avail Immediately Call Karen 373

2388 4655 POLO'SII Own furnished bdrm & bath in PARTY PADI! Near CJs, Huge TV,. Own rm In 2rm apt In restored hs. FUTON & FRAME SALE!

3/3/ apt Avail May 1 $240 nego. ft 1/3 HBO/SHO VCR, Micro, DW Pool, Unf duckpond area. woodflrs.flrepl.screer From only $200. set
Prol N/S to share 3bdr/2/ 1/2 ba furnishedapt util/mo/ cable ft more. Call 335.5648 leave room $187.50 avail May 1. Hurry I 335. porch,furn available If n..ded.alr unit Call Matt 3775650.per
for summer $174/mo part util 332 message 5441 155mo.378.8021. 1035

6520. 4855 Moving.Must Sell Akai 100 watt receiver
CHEAPI! nil f needs same to share spa N/S M/f/ to share 2bd/2ba apt for SummerA. Oxford Manor, Frmmt to share 2bd/2bi $125 sofa and chair $50. sewing machine
Female share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in Clous turn NW home May.Aug. $135/mo Covered Bridge $235/mo/ 4 1/2 util Call apt $240/mo+1/2util Avail may 5. Cal $40. Call 376.8365 alter 5pm
SW Area, fully furnished, wash/dryer/ 1/2/ util Dog okay. Fenced yd. 372.9858 Ken at 377.0849, leave message 4-10- 377.9751. if no ana.leave msg !
$225/mo & 1/2 mil Call at 335.8273. 4. eves 4645 5.5
LOFT cust made for Beaty rm, carpeted
rooms avail. May 5 summer,
F N/S/ Rmmt wanted Own Bdr/Ba F roommate needed for summer Own F to share mast bdrm & bath in 4bdrm 2ba In 3bdr/3ba furnished apt. N/S M/F -3956150 ladder. incld. Asking $165 obo. Call

$2l5/mo & 1/2 util For summer For more bdrm/bath apt, fully furnished Spacious house W/d, central heat/ac, walk to UF $235/mo + 1/3 util 336.8304. 41255

Info call Lisa at 378.5397 or 335.9455. apt, nice complex Rent negotiable. Call S126/mo & utilities Avail 5/3.371.6715/ Iv
SELL Mens Duch 10 speed $125
Rmmt needed 4 sumC own bdr in Ig,3bdi
OAKBROOK WALK F/M sublet for summer 336-9375. 495.5 mes 4635NS twnhse (Oak Forest).$160/mo + 1/3 utl New Lecarra Steering Wheel $35 Sola

own bdr/ba fully turn, walking distance 2 fem roommates needed for summerfalland F for own bdr In turn SW apt avbl now (turn 4 xtr $20/mo.rmmll) r 21 +,n/s.cal ft Love Seat $400 372.0057 4656

to UF, rent neg 3352498. for summer, $160/mo & 1/2/ util 335-2550. 41255F .
spring $150 each plus 1/301 utilities Graduating I Must sell 37 high, 20 long.
In 3bed/2bath/ townhouse. Call 3752441. washer/dryer, near Shands & UF 336
and 10 freshwater all with
Villas N/S F Own bdr/ba for 9469 'leave 41055 rmmt BR in 3BR apt.Summer C. $186 .
4955NS message
sum and/or fall $225/mo & 1/3 util price Spacious apt.Pool,courts. May rent free. hood stand and all equipment. Cyndi335

nego for sum 3364998. liberal rmmt, own room in 3bdr house m/l n/s needed 4 huge 4 bdr apt rent $135 Call Julie Iv msg 378-6591. 4455 1135.

3 bills to campus. $142/mo ft 1/3 util, pets & 1/4 util Master bdr whuge walk.ir 35mm Normal lens w/additonal
N/S m/f for own bed ft bath In SW 2bd/ba
ok. 3716059. closet & balcony killer deall. Contact Mike 80 to 200 Zoom, case filters. tripod & all
apt $245/mo + 1/2 util Available Immediately,
CINEPLEX ODEON : accessories Asking $300. For more info
summer and/or fall Call 332.
THEATRES F to share 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, own Michael at 372.8117 or leave msg. 495
bdr/ba/ $200/mo & 1/2 util Pool & convenlent Roommate wanted to share 2bdr 1 1/2 ba 7432, Iv msg. 6

; 373.5423 or 9042643236. 4.17. townhouse l85/mo n/s Fenced yard
105CMEAPII pets ok Avail May 1 1. Daniel at 335.454C WOOD VILLAS master bed & bath McCartney McCartney McCartney
Iv avail. May 1 summer A 225/mo. obo. Cal
m.g. Tampa Tampa Tampa
336.4785 Christy or Tracy J. 41255
S3 M BARGAIN MATINEE 2 mIl/ rmmts needed for 3br 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse McCartney McCartney McCartney
F to share cute .
ALL SHOWS BEFORE SM: PM home. Walk to UF $110/mo & 1/3 util, wash/dry, $172.50/mo/ & 1/2 util Female n/s 1br In 4br apt. 2 Tickets April 12372 3516. 4.9.56Fish

[$3.50 STUDENT PRICE lease renewable pet ok. Call 372.1160.NS 376.6512 Iv msg. 4.10.5.S 1175/mo+1/3UIII. 2blocks from cam tanks 10 & 20 gal
pus.pool,furnished.weekly maid ...rvlc.mayl.augu.,30 .
WITH STUDENTI.D. / F Rmmt needed for summer C. Own N/S F to sublet ibdrm condo newly turn, 371'.0424 Christy 4.12. 5 spd cruiser wrack/
CARD bdrm/bath, washer/dryer, fireplace, deck Kenmore gal grill Need to sell
2 mi from Shands 5-5
w/d/ a/c/ d/w, etc.
Call M ke/Joe/ 375.6889. 4956Cerwm
Call Alisha at 335 7086. 4635 $175/moftutil. Call 335.5619. 41055
CENTER 1 bedrm w/bath in 3/2 house, furnished,, .
1015 N. W 13th Street ... Neat, rasp N/S F wanted own Their Own big Master bdr/ba, avail May thri hardwd firs, fence, pets ok. quiet, imitcut Vega At 8 Loud Speaker System
372-5347 br/bth/ in spacious 3br apt, summer C. Aug $165/mo & 1/3/ util at Kings Creek 1 look is all It will take $225, 375 Subwoofer $500 OBO 395.9516 Eric.
TEENAGE MUTANT NINIA TURTLES (PG) Close to campus ft 2 great roommiesl Apts 372.8275. 7169 41255
WN 8 7. Sal S Sun iwta6,1, S $184/mo & 1/3 util Call 375.6060. 4.10.
WVVt 6llVi iFTtH
IHtja __ BIKE SALE. 1 speed cruisers '
THE FIRST POWER (R) 55NS Country Village 3bd/2ba Pool, close tc Open, need minded for individual summer/falUsprlng to share 2ba1baapi spa $109, 3 speed coaster brake $189 ft,
WMluUyi: 530: 730: e:3o: campus Avail Sum C. partly furnished, cruiser $159 15
speed speed alloy rims
Sate Sun: 2:30.: 530: .730: 930 F to share 2bdr/1 ba apt at Homestead $5S9/mo obo. Call 377.2793 and leave clous. sale, close to UF 180/mo/ +l/2utll/ ,
Own bdr avail May 5. $175/mo & 3731423. 41255 $199. 18 speed mountain bike $279
HOUSE PARTY (R} 1/2 utility. Call 335.3745. 4885 msg. 41155 RACING & TOURING -. M,ele racing I
Weekday except Men: 5:IB (:IS Own bike $399, Vnvega Nvovotech alum frame
F'nonsmkr serious but social
Mon: 7:1611:11S. : : Have YOUR OWN ROOM! N/S F serious ,
.. I Bun: 2:155:157:155:1a: : : : F N/S/ to share a bedroom In a 2bd/2ba alBrandywln. student 38R 2Bath Apt. for summer C,, bdrm/bath/ $2l2/mo/ + 1/2 util PmetretCargens $379, Vval.ch, $439.3 used Cannondales
.. $137/moft t 1 1/4 util Avail May $155 month & 1/3 Util 338.4111. 4629 Call Beckie 3357529. 4925 starting at $275. Large selection of used
4. Call 3359846. 41055

Female/NS wanted to sublet room in a Female for April or May, 2br/2bath, spa GATORCYCLE 3321 SW Archer Rd. 373 I I

A Difference!!! 4BR Duplex, $183/mo & 1/4 utilities, 1 clous house In NW area washer/dryer,, 3962.
There .
THEATRES block from campus. CALL 336.8324 for Info call Randy at 377 2537 leave refrigerator/freezer side.by,sde

OAKS MALL 10 DAILY TWI-LITE SHOW NOW. 4625OWN message 41255 Avacado 21 cu ft. $300. 392.1733 ask for
shout IMMf MNTI UCiUOH ROOM in 2bd/iba/ apt summer C,, 6 FOR SALE
close to campus $165/mo ft 1/2 utll, $50 I

OAKS 6 EAST 331-8818 INSIDE OAKS MALI dep and last. mo 4.U.5.5MF rent Cheryl 3775637372.3135. Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 372.7563. 4646 I II
brands are all at our New Location I Ca I

This Is No Cartoon! DANA CARVEY / ns for sum C w/fall opt Clean & resp.. 2070.Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 Si 372 Beach cruiser 3 mos old like, new, must

only, nr UF. $125 & 1/2 util, less if you lull sell, $601372.7190. 4636

TEENAGE MUTANT OPPORTUNITYKNOCKS store Stuff here Keith 377.8308. 4115 Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer,,
Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Bill Alphasonik 2175 car amp 175/watt X two
HIHJATURTIES> 53144TISJ30S2.SO. Only $87.50 mo & 1/2 util gets own room. Car Stereo Installer In town Car Ste. channels less than one yr old. List $625
Sum C in 2bd/lba apt $175 mo Fall sell for $350 obo. 335.4387 leave message -
too to 00. 375-1834. 4-30 75-6
00,240,4: ,4:00.fOS( 6:00 0$2604) ,( : Spring. Deps neg Call 335.5S20 463.6
/"00. 10:30: 12:10::
9.00,10:15,12:18: : Amanda. 41045Haile CAR ALARMS Installed remote contro

THEVOLCANO any car truck or van fully guaranteed will For sale:: matching couch, loveseat ft
JOE Plantation F N/S rmmt wanted demo Call 336.9193 student message. chair coffee table & endtable $430 Din-
2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, own room/ba, 4.30.72-6 ing table with chairs $45. Call 338.1079
Boy wash/dry, parking no dep., 1/2 utll Call after 5. 4-10-5.8
395.0972 Iv mesa 41155 Home '"
Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman
An Average Joe. Iffi( ] and Car Stereo Pioneer, Ssnsul, Sherwood FISH tank for sale 35 gal with stand, !

IpG ul (TLS1S@$2.SO,730: ) :: and more We Beat All Prices! brand new pump & all my acc. $135/neg
755,3.00(TU ixes.su tit Rocky Horror 1230:: 3733754. Also 3X5 desk $45/neg Call Dave 372-
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Ernest F Ing room turn, washer & dryer: everything Panasonic 1081 like new w/

f OFTM.FLIES LORD In great cond call 375.5871 Iv message manual prof traded.up. Bargain $100 obo.

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floor Take drug raids for under $100.00? Call for
matching chair $40. Negotiable! 377-7126 poolside. over payments or DJ service at 375-8483. 4-13.38,11
or 3355271. 4-10-5-6 make offer. 3769743. facts today. 805.644.9533 Dept. :S24 4- pro
1233 NW 10th Ave. MOVING?
Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Must Sell! Excel cond condo 2br/2ba
FOR SALE 1978 Resourceful student w/lull size
372-1664 truck will
$1500, Brown, air conditioning, Pebble Creek area, 2739 39 Dr., Call 813- Mazda GLC 1985 47k miles, looks great MC/VISA/lnsurance In 336-9461,
beat price town. 4-25-
stereo, good condition. Call 373-3853 666-5686 or 813.882.3525. 43024.7 runs well, am/lm/call, no a/c/ $1500. 335- Test, any
6776. 4-12.5.9 Free Pregnancy 19.11
leave message. 4-6-3-6 Member
2br, 1 1/2 ba twnhse In axe cond. Shell
HP I7b calculator, color tv, couch, Rock Villas, orlg owner Extras Inc firepl.ceiling 1987 DODGE CHARGER, black, 5-spd. National Abortion Federation McCoy Mini Storage
N.E. Blvd.
loveseat. typewriter, desk, dresser, nightstand fans, w/d If qualify assume 10% ac, great shape, asking $4200. eves + 4-30-75-11 SX 2160 10 10X10 lit 10X20
Will negotiate. Call Bob at 335- FHA loan wlow down. 41900. 332- w k n d s. 378-8574. AAA STORAGE Call UI 376-3286
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table $15 end table Assumable 8 1/2% Low down 10 WANTEDLocal $15/mo
Lg glass sm glass only
4x8x8 $25/mo/ MOVING? Running out of time? Let Gator
$10, gray coffee table $20, chair $10, $310/mo P & I. Adorable Spacious iBdr,
533 SW 2nd Ave.\ 377-1771 store & deliver be
lamp $10, ALL in good condition) 336- wloft, ceiling fan, skylight, vertical Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Moving pick-up your
In the fall.
0393 Sue. blinds. Indry rm, storage & 2 decks; Beau Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine longings you 374-4791,374-
landscaping w/ lot 01 Dogwood & Azaleas Jewelry' 3739243. 430.7510 4488. 4-30-21.11
Apt full ol (urn. GREAT lor guya. 2 twin 374.4923 or 376-4702 eves/wknds ** GATOR MOVING **
beds, book cases, couch, love seat, coffee 4-10.3.7 Wanted: Baby crib and accessories. Must Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng/ ,1- ONE STOP DENTISTRY
table, etc. Call JEN at 372.1987.. 4- be In good condition. Price negotiable Item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves. Long dis. Accepting new pta, amerg
10.56 8 MOTORCYCLESSick Call 336.0632 M-F 6-10pm 4-9.5.10 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 3744791. 4-30-75-11 Adult cleaning $30, child $20
((4)) Wisd. tee. $325. ((3)) Wisd. te*. $250
Furniture must sell. Fouton mattress $100 WANTED Toyota pickup 1981 to 1983 for SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons ((2)) Wild. tee. $200
'.. negotiable. Study desk & chair $65 neg. of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter half hour photographing. Will pay. Call boarding woodser facilities Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V, AE
King wtrbd semi-waveless, pad rails $170 4900 miles, excellent condition $600. 3758710. 4117.10 hay rides parties sales working Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.
obo. Call 336.8439 alter 4:30.: 4-11-5-6 3772357. 4-19-10-8 students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080. H.T. Gonsoulln. DDS 372-9521

Crew To Sail to Mexico 4-30-75-11
MUST SELL* Microwave $40, exercise Teacher to Mexico. Need RESUMES don't wait till the last minute,
Must Sell 85 Yamaha XJ700 to first' reasonable sailing
bike $25. foldout bed/chair $20. Call Kim cook/deckhand You for food get the best now. For appt. 378-6165,
offer. Low miles, great condition, pay only.
after 3351296. 2950 SW Archer. Also
3pm This is see our grad an.
May-June chance
lots of X-tras. Call 336 6794 for details. your to enjoy the
Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies. nouncements. RESUME CITY 4-10-5-11
4-6-6-8 leisurely' pace of sun, fun and more sun.
McCartney tickets, Tampa, April 12, Call Mike evenings 813-949-7744. 4.12. t ItemHouse full. Local/Lng/ disc Lie/Ins./
373.7073Ieav. message. 4-12-66 1987 Honda Elite) 80, runs great, blue, 5.10 Priced for Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4- Summer refrigerator storage dorm sized
helmet' Included, $700 or beat, offer, call 30-75-11 only. Cost $5/mth & $5 for pick-up ft de
Surfboard, 6'3', Belitz, 8 mos old. In Mike aI378.8189leav. a 4-6- livery. Call now to reserve a space 336-
56 great snape, $160 OBO. 3959616. 4-11-" 5-8 message. 11 SERVICESNW *FREE* 0093.

SALE: Furniture for all rooms/20'/ stereo TOMOS GOLDEN BULLET Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th, Ave Gainesville Pregnancy Women's Test TYPING
STK near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
TV/JVC Prt stereo/CD.( Eq HEALTH
$20, 10% dISc. to students. 3328917. 4- 12 SERVICESYOU
tape/Trek) Mtn bike/70 wt. Realistic tuner 1986 Moped FOR SALE. $350. Call 335- 720 NW 23rd Avenue
& amp/weights & benchmuch more. 5607 and leave msg 4-8.4.8 30-75-11 377-5055
Steve 3765161. Cheap/neg. 4-6-2-6 WRITE WE TYPE
Honda Elite Scooter, 150 cc's, excel, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Business Legal Personal Reports

64 K Home, Computer w/ printer and word cond., 60 mpg, whelmet, $620. eves. Get, confld.ntiall.lling and treatment at BIRTH CONTROL Term Papers Types Resume Etc.
processor more Best offer over $100. 3325268. 4-9-4-8 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4- Gynecology Services G'ville Handicapped Typing
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1986 Honda Spree. Excel. cond. Call

4 McCartney fix Tampa April 12. $30 Gary at 335-4781, 4-10-5-8
each Call Marie at 377.2600 eves. 4.9-
36 1986 Ninja 600R. Red White & Blue. Fine Line by Ray Boehmer
$1900 obo. Call Doug 395-7904. 493.8

GARAGE SALE. University Women's
Club 2300 SW 2 Ave. (near UF tennis
Courts) Sat. Ap. 7, 30-1:30: pm, collectibles 9 AUTOS Sob-b'' You just don tunderstand
small kitchenware So? No one Is forcing : _.
appliances, toys, I should stop eating what tough -
clothes Proceeds to UF 1979 Olds Cutlass Supreme, new paint this | so bad you to eat that garbage! problerrs I have to face!
Scholarship Fund. 4-6-1-6 upholstry, brakes, plugs and wires. Also, forImp body! Show some will power teen, right
trans still under warr $990 Call 371- and throw it out* ,_ 1 r

RCA 25' color tv-$75, two 10-speed 7261. 46-5-9 ,-- .. \ T
bikes.Nishikl and Fugl. Good condition. .
Leave Message. 332-2528. 4-12-5-6 1979 Mercury Cougar, white, auto a/c. .. :..- ,,

very good shape, $2000 OBO. 371-7162 ,/ (s-- :r .,. ....
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Dodge Magnum XE 79 recently rebuilt engine \
Bdr set 4 sale: exc cond, walnut finish-dbl and trans, Loaded, asking $1900. -fl- D5J ( /
dresser w/mir $99 nitest $35, desk.chr David 372-9739. Leave message on answering C ., _
$65. bkshell $20-alsocffeibl $20-call machine. 4-9-5-9 yo _
3352550. 4-12-56 ,\b '. z .
PORSHE 1977 "924" burg wllan/ leather,

Apple He monitorduodrive.printerisoft- ac, perfect but needs valve/cramshatt
ware. $400 or best offer. Call 336-9513 job. Steal It for $1800 obol) eves & wkds
leave 4-11-4-6 377-7633. 4-9.4.9

Couches $20.$65; armchairs $20, $40; 1983 Toyota Celica Supra, 5-spd. good
shelves $30; computer desk-cabi cond., all maintenance records, $4000. I JUST LOVE MY NEW I'MHEAOW'TOmREAOW /
net/shelves $50; office manual typewriter Call Mark 371.6172. 4-138 KJtr-SHMANCY FISH Roots EDNA Q D BHMMEUP.SCOTTIE,

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two chair $75. Ent.Center $40. Call 378- b 41 THE gIGGESTMooN' I
1988 Pont LeMans Great deal. SIP, a/c. ,,,,
6287 alter 7pm. 4-12-5-6
ps, red, fully serviced, new brakes tune EVER SAw/I IIS
+ up, etc. Must get rid of. Call 338.7723 and DoSNT s
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U stand. $15. All In good condition, All '82 Mazda 828, low miles, power everything M
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Weekend Prospects good for tennis teams I

Forecast Men's and women's teams on SEC road trips this weekendBy

GUERRY SMITH The Lady Gators play Kentucky today, The men's team ((13-6, 2-3)) faces
Forgot about us, didn't you? Alligator WriterIn Tennessee on Saturday and Vanderbilt on Vanderbilt ((6-12)) Sunday. Doug Proud-

Thought we only surfaced during football Sunday. The Lady Volunteers, 15-2 overall ian, who missed several matches at the
didn't ? the last couple of years, the UF and 4-0 in the SEC, should provide the beginning of the fall season because of a
you women's and men's tennis teams have toughest match. back injury, will try to extend his eight-

Well,yeah,you're right. had contrasting results in Southeastern UF, ranked third in the nation, has match winning streak against the Com-
Conference competition.The modores. Since returning to the lineup
several players ranked individually.
We here in Alligator Sports are, simply quiveringwith
excitement because the annual Orange& Blue women have been virtually unbeat- Freshman Andrea Farley is fourth,Nicole he is ll-lln dual-match competition, pri-
spring football game is upon us Saturday at the able, losing their first SEC match ever Arendt is 12th,Holly Danforth is 25th and marily at No. 5 singles.
this against Georgia.The have Alexander is 57th. The doubles
year men
Gator Bowl in Jacksonville.
"Last year, I had a streak where I won
struggled, winning only one SEC matchin team of Arendt-Alexander is fifth and the
nine in and I the bestI
a row, was playing
And,technically speaking,this is football.Barely.So 1988 and 1989 combined.But Danforth-Cathy Goodrich duo is ninth. "
I had in a while, Proudian said."This
that's why we fired up our Briggs and Strat- this weekend, it is not only the Kentucky is 9-4 overall and 2-0 in the year,I think I'm playing even better than
ton-powered computers to present to you, at no women who could come back to Gaines- SEC and l Vanderbilt,64.winless in SEC last year. I guess it goes in streaks, so I ..I
additional cost.. ville victorious. dual matches this year. hope I can keep it going."

The Alligator-brand Picks Column Special considerscutting
Spring Edition. Insert( echo effect here). NCAA
F4 Z" AI '1 -1 611 1
If you don't believe it,just look at the thing right
below this sentence.


p ICKS COLUMNSee tourney teams

WASHINGTON -Hoping to scuttle an"incentiveto
cheat," the NCAA said Thursday it plans to alter
? the way money from the NCAA Tournament is dis-
tributed,including the possibility of greatly reducing
But on top of this alleged football we are aboutto money paid to the 64 participating schools.

see,there's a truckload of other sports going on Collectively, about $36 million will be paid to the.
this weekend. fa Y fig''. schools that participated in this year's NCAA Tournament -

Enough for any sports junkie to get his or her that ended Monday with a Nevada-Las Vegas
fix. victory over Duke in the championship basketball

We've got baseball ,Saturday and Sunday, as
Louisiana State comes into town for a three-game
Southeastern Conference series. The Gators are i game.AROUND '

tough.18-15 overall, 3-3 in SEC games. LSU is always 7'46r SPORTS

And hey, if you so desire, you can slip into theO'Connell e The dollars have gotten to the point where they
Center Saturday to catch the NCAA do several things they place undue pressure on
Regional gymnastics meet.The Gators are fightingfor coaches to get their teams in the tournament (and)
a chance to qualify for nationals, and it's goingto they place a lot of pressure on the athlete that isn't
take a strong performance to do so. necessary," said NCAA Executive Director Dick
Then there's tennis on the road ,in Tennessee,
Women on road
and the men's track team will be in Miami, and the golfers
The sixth-ranked women's golf team are in Miami
men's golf team is in North Carolina, and the
today to play in the Ryder/Florida State Intercollegiate
women's golf team is in Miami, and the water polo ,
team is in the Bahamas, and the Frisbee club.. Championships. ,
The field will contain all women's teams from

Busy,busy, busy.It Florida,but only three of the teams are ranked in the
nation's Top 50. UFs strongest competition will be
can get confusing,but never fear.The Alligator, No. H Sbuth Florida.
in association with General Motors and from
a grant
and wire
Compiled from Alligator staff reports.
the Exxon Corporation, brings you this piece of
journalism to keep you aware of the fun aplentythis
weekend. FOOTBALLfrom

page 20
The prestigious panel of pigskin prognosticatorsis
led by sports editor Jason,"I,was Picker of the to Jacksonville, should at least bring the largest
Year"Davis,who won the title by using his psychic crowd ever to a UF spring game even if they. don't'
powers in the fall. But Jason isn't picking in this surpass FSU's attendance number.
Special Edition because there's room for only seven "A lot of people in Gainesville will come, plus a lot
people. And he has the strength of 10 men. of people in Jacksonville will come," Klein said.
"When it's in Gainesville, people from Jacksonville
I So the Picks Panel is the Mike "De-
: usually won't drive down there,but this is a big Gator
posed sports editor"Dame,Gregg "Either brilliantor "
town and well have a lot of people here
just good enough" Doyel, Sharon "Awash in a
UFs ticket office already has sold an estimated
sea of egos" Ginn, Ron "You talkin' about me? '
Kaspriske, Alex "Wrestling ... lots of wrestling" 3,000 tickets to the event, which is normally held at
Marvez Florida Field.The game was moved to the Gator Bowl ,
Dan "Dan" Stiffler and Guerry "Rhymeswith '
buenyr Smith. because Florida Field's turf is being replaced with
natural grass.
Here's the list of questions: ((1)). Who'll win, Tickets are $3 for adults, $1 for anyone 18 and
Orange or Blue? ((2)). How many games will UF win under, and free to boosters and UF students with a
against LSU? ((3)).Will the gymnasts go to nationals? fee card and a picture I.D.
((4)). Will the basketball program,get the death
Quarterback Kyle Morris, wide receiver Ernie n I
Penalty, probation or nothing? Mills, running back Errict Rhett and linebackers

I So that's it for the Special Edition. See you in the E.ANN IOUUAHU -ALLIGAIOR Godfrey Miles and Harvey Thomas will lead one
fall. squad, while quarterback Lex Smith, running backs
I Up, up and away Willie McClendon and Dexter McNabb, and line-
0 irtmi MllGOIQIIKJMDtGt UF track team member Dion Bentley leaps in the long jump backer Huey Richardson will lead the other team.

orwt UM.II/t/ loot Or I. atrrt s+. during last weekend's Florida Relays. The Gators will Sophomore transfer quarterback Brian Fox will

' M.. >...t No r Vt Pi Y.Pr No Pr Yt Pi Vi ft fti Pi participate Saturday In the Miami Invitational. miss the game because of a stress fracture on the 'p
top of his right foot i itttAAY. i





I seek balance vs. LSU Decision on series

By ALEX MARVEZ rying about the negative,like makingan with 'Bama due today
Alligator Writer The out or not hitting the ball well, I've
UF baseball out and told 'I'm
just gone myself,
UF baseball coach Joe Arnold said Thursday the university
Entering a three-game Southeastern to hit this ball.
its would make a decision today concerning
Conference series this weekend hopes to get hitting a three-game
Moberg,the team batting leader at Southeastern Conference road series against Alabama that
against Louisiana State, the UF base-
and pitching on target .360,was 4-for-8 with the winning RBI was canceled earlier this season.
ball team's performance this season
has been similar to a foreign film this weekend againstthe triple in Wednesday's 8-7 victory.UF's Arnold said he was contacted by the SEC Thursday and
dubbed in English. given two options of how to make up the series against the
Tigers.some John Pricher ((2-2,2.56 ERA)
Crimson Tide either forfeit two this
Everything seems a bit out of sync. games season or
is scheduled to start the first ofSaturday's
When the Gators ((18-15 overall,3-3 confidence. game play three-game series at Alabama next year. The latter

in the SEC) went on a six-game losing "Pitching is a question mark. LSU against Chad doubleheader Ogea ((5-1, 4.24)at )5. John p.m. option would leave UF with six of nine SEC series on the

7 streak earlier this season, UF was is a really good ball club. If we don'tpitch Burke, who hasn't pitched in a week road.
outscored 34-18. Then when Gators well, it's going to be a slugfest, since injuring his right shoulder, is The weekend series was canceled March 16 because of
pitchers allowed only six runs in five and I don't know which team has expected to face Paul Byrd ((84,4.36)in ) the hospitalization and subsequent death of Gators pitcher
consecutive victories, the hitters more offense right now." the nightcap. Steve Georgiadis from complications following shoulder
were still eating too much popcorn, Statistically, LSU has a .328 team surgery."I .

scoring 20 runs. batting average, compared to the Arnold has not announced a starter talked with the team and discussed both ends,"Arnold
Now, following a two-game series Gators' .277 The Tigers ((25-9, 5-4)) for Sunday's 1:30: p.m. game, while said. The majority would rather take the two forfeits, buta
against Division II Valdosta State ear are led by Rich Cordani ((.440, 34 the Tigers will send either John decision will be made (today)."
lier this week, it appears the Gators RBI), Wes Grisham (.394, 42 RBI) O'Donoghue ((5.1, 2.18)) or Mark La-
pitchers are watching Kung Fu The- and Tookie Johnson (.380, 32 RBI). Rosa ((4-0, 3.06)). The Gators were able to move a non-conference game
ater while the batters have turned off Eric Martinez and Mike Mobergare against Massachusetts on March 20 to March 22 as part
the television. UF recorded 25 runs the Gators' hottest batters. .Georgiadis'jersey retired.The of a doubleheader. UF resumed play March 21 against
and 27 hits in two victories over the Martinez currently is hitting.323 and jersey of UF pitcher Steve Georgiadiswill Maryland-Baltimore County.
Blazers,but also surrendered 15 runs went 5-for-9 against Valdosta State be retired Sunday in a ceremony UF ((18-15)) and Alabama (19-9)( ) are tied for fifth place in
and 30 hits."We're with two home runs and a double. before the Gators play LSU. the SEC at 3-3. Mississippi State ((19-7)) leads the conference .
a little more confident," UF "I've been on and off the whole Georgiadis died March 17 from com- at 7-2,followed by Georgia ((26-7))at W,and Louisiana
coach Joe Arnold said."We swung the season, but the last two or three plications following, shoulder surgery State ((25-9)) and Tennessee ((15-13)) tied for third at 54.
bats real well, got plenty of hits and weeks I've been relaxing and havingfun two days earlier. He wore uniformNo. ALEX MARVEZ
that's what we needed to do to get ," Martinez said. "Instead of wore 19 in his two years at UF.

UF ready Spurrier

for regionalsBy debuts as

Alligator Staff Writer

This time last year, the UF gymnastics team coach on
i was licking its chops while preparing for the

NCAA Regionals and NCAA Championships in t UIEt4 r.+'
the coming weeks.

One year and three All-Americans later, the SaturdayBy
Gators are wiping the sweat from their brows,
faced with the possibility of not qualifying for

the NCAA Championships for the first time in Alligator Staff Writer
school history.Or .
are they? Gator Boosters can hardly wait
"We haven't really talked about what would for Saturday to get here.
happen if we didn't make it, because we just Not only do they get free admis-
feel like we will make it," Pam Titus said, as sion to UPs annual Orange& Blue
13th-ranked UF gears itself for Saturday's spring football game;
Southeast Regional at the O'Connell Center. And not only do they get to see
"We really do feel like we can do it, get to their favorite son, Steve Spurrier,
I nationals." coach the Gators for the first time;

Tickets are$6 for adults,$3 for children and But when they get to the Jack-
UF students. The meet begins at 7 p.m. sonville Gator Bowl around 1 p.m.
Twelve teams qualify for the NCAA Championships Saturday, UPs Gator Boosters are
the five regional champions and the also going to get to do some count-

next seven highest scoring teams. But UF ing.Carl
coach Ernestine Weaver needs only to look to Klein, former president of
last year for a precedent that says her Gators the Jacksonville Gator Club, said
still have a shot at the national title. they'll be counting to see if more

"Georgia was in the 13th place last year going people attend UPs spring game
in and they won the national championship," ." ;1 than attended Florida State's sea

Weaver said.:"So you never can tell." "''' ';.. .... .'. /. ;. son-opener against Southern Mis-
; : .'i:,. in the Gator Bowl Sept.
And the host Gators are armed with more Ii.i'. .'f.. 3.sissippi on
than hope. The most potent weapon in UPs
arsenal be There will definitely be a good
may the O'Connell Center itself,
where the Gators are 11-1 on the year. turnout," Klein said Thursday.

The crowd factor will be very important. If E.ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR "And it's possible we can get more
Gators gymnast Jeanette Hrubes performs on the beam people for a Florida scrimmage, so
:r we're pumped and we start hitting routines, during last week's meet at the
O'Connell Center. to speak, than FSU got for its sea
they're going to be psyched, Titus said. "The
place is going to rock, no doubt about it." ow e're not going to depend on them falling mance of the season, Senior Night last Friday, able son opener.to get 30,000 At worst people,we should there.be

Fourth-ranked Georgia, UPs main competi- for us to win, because we can beat them if they where they posted a season-high score of Florida State drew a dismal
tion Saturday night, ventured into the have a good meet and we have a good meet," 190.85. Six Gators had career-bests that nightas 48,746 in the Gator Bowl, which
O'Connell Center on Feb. 16 and left with a senior Amy Beispiel said."I UF drubbed Michigan State.
seats more than 80,000 people.
I narrow loss. And although the later think we're at the that if
Bulldogs point now they "Knowing that we scored a 190 last week Klein said Spurrier's debut,coupled
avenged that loss at the Southeastern Confer- have a great meet still have chance
1.. we a at makes us that much more confident that we with the being movedsee
ence Championships, UPs two seniors don't beating them," said senior Karen Brennalt. can do it again,Titus said. we go 190 againat game
think the Gators need charity to beat Georgia. The Gators are,coming off their best perfor- regionals, I think we will make nationals." Football, page 19v

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