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UF students need


f rafe measles shotsBy
s two

4M DUANE MARSTELLER ing FSU officials to require all 23,000
students to either get the booster
Alligator Staff Writer
shot or submit proof of a booster
UF wants its students to get an- shot by Feb. 1 or else not be allowedto

other shot in the arm but most attend class, FSU Clinic Supervisor -
students will probably find it painfulto Barbara Butler said.

Er I their wallets as well. UF officials, fearful the epidemic
UF health officials, hoping to would move south to Gainesville,
avoid a rubeola measles epidemiclike recommended that students get the

the one earlier this year in shot. Shands Hospital required most

Tallahassee, are requiring all stu- of its staff to get them, prompting
dents to have a second measles vac- several complaints.With .
cination before they return for fall
the new requirement, stu-
classes shot that costs about
dents will have to pay $28 for the
shot at the Infirmary or at the Al
Previously, UF required studentsto achua County Health Department,
have just one vaccination or proof or more from their doctors. Those
that they had the childhood disease. who were born before 1957, have
But now those who don't have or get had the illness, are immune to the
41.X the second "booster" shot may find
illness to the
or are allergic eggs or
themselves not attending UF this measles shot are permanently ex-

fall, Infirmary Director Boyd Kellett empt from the rule, Kellett said. A
said Monday. temporary exemption will be

"The consequences haven't granted for pregnant women."I .
changed," Kellett said. "The univer-
wouldn't mind it be-
sity already requires proof of immu- getting
cause I get allergy shots once a
nization before a student can attend
week but I'm lot of
sure a peoplearen't
class. If you didn't have the shot,you
didn't get to go to class. Now, it's going to like it," engineering

going to be two shots, not just one." junior John Labelle said. "They're
probably going to get a lot of steam
Rubeola is characterized by high "
from some people.
fever, coughing, red eyes, a sore
throat and a distinct red rash, Kellett But Kellett said the new rule is
needed to make sure measles

said.Former Interim UF President Rob- doesn't reach epidemic proportionsin

.X ert Bryan mandated the rule change, Gainesville.

which will take effect in August,after "Missing school for a week in the
Looking back SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR almost 150 people, including six middle of the semester is very dis-

Florida State University students, ruptive of the learning process, but,
Every time she looks into the mirror, Stacy LaRocca is reminded of April 10, 1989 contracted the illness in the more importantly,we don't want stu-

the day 13-year-old David Rowe stabbed her 17 times. Today, a year after the Tallahassee area in late January and dents to die from it," he said, citingan

attack, she has hopes of her life returning to normal. See story page 10. February. Indiana University student who

Leon County health officials called died in 1988 after the measles went

the outbreak an "epidemic,"prompt- into his brain.

Former U.S. Sen. Chiles may.. run for governor- I

spring.He Hardacre said. "He would have a good draw I want to do," he said.
said while he decides whether to run against the governor, automatically." Hardacre said Chiles' decision to run
Staff Writer
for? governor- ,_ former! U.S. Rep. Kenneth Chiles served 18 years in the U.S. Senateand might have interesting effects on possible
Former U.S. Sen. and current UF professor "Buddy" Mackay is considering iz years in me rionaa backers because businesses and organiza-
Lawton Chiles said Monday that al- whether he wants to be t Legislature before retiring in tions that may want to endorse Chiles al-

though the news he may run for governor Chiles' running mate. Mackay, January 1989. During his Sen- ready may have committed to Nelson or
slipped out earlier than he would have liked, who practices law in Miami, ate career, Chiles authored the Stuart. He also said an announcement from
he's still thinking of joining the race. could not be reached for comment Government in the SunshineAct Chiles could spur the other candidates'sup

During a break from his Legislative Poli- which opened agency porters.
whether he to the He also
"He's pondering meetings
tics class Monday, Chiles, 60, said that he
has been spending time with his family, wants to get involved with me," led investigations that exposed "I'm not really sure it's fair he jumps intoit
trying to decide whether he wants to vie for Chiles said. "He's a heck of a fraud and abuse in federal procurement this late," Hardacre said.
the Democratic gubernatorial nomination.He fellow.If I decide to run and hedecides during the 1970s and

said he doesn't know exactly when he'll to work with me,I don'tthink !introduced,!legislation protecting Chiles' fans may help him make his deci-
i could! do better.Gary .- rionaa s environ menu sion.A female student walked over to Chiles
make that decision."I
Hardacre, Alachua Chiles If Chiles does decide to run, while he was choosing a snack from a vend-
haven't set anything as such, Chiles machine class break and said
ing during a
County Democratic executive committee he will have to race to catch up with the
said. "It broke a lot sooner than I expectedit she hoped he would run because the Dem-
campaign funds of Democratic hopefuls Bill
chairman, said Chiles' late entrance in the
ahead of
to and it got me. gubernatorial race probably would not hurt Nelson and George Stuart. Stuart has raised ocrats need someone strong to oppose in-

Chiles, who had invited former Gov. him with voters because they haven't yet more than$1 million and Nelson has raised cumbent Gov. Bob Martinez. Chiles smiled
Reubin Askew to be a guest speaker in his decided who they will choose in the September more than$4 million.But Chiles said he isn't while the girl talked and then thanked her

class Monday,occupies the Manning Dauer primary."He thinking about money right now. for her comments."If .
Eminent Scholar Chair and has taught hisjjolitical
science course at UF since last definitely has the name recognition," "First: I've got to decide: if it's something I decide to run,I'll need your supportthe "





Q Man impersonates officerA man wearing jeans approached the victim and told him
he was under arrest,Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt.
Gainesville man who mistakenly thought he was
I under arrest Saturday afternoon lost$75 to an unknownman Sadie Darnell said. GROUPNext
impersonating a police officer. The suspect, who is described as 6-feet-tall and in his
twenties,took$75 from the victim and left, Darnell said.
The 43-year-old man was walking on the 1500 block of
Northeast Eighth Avenue at about 5 p.m. when a black MIKE BRUSCELLfast

I WHAT'S HAPPENINGCitrus scheduled meeting

:The Gator Citrus Club will Thursday morning 8-11 in the lect clothes for the needy. Donationswill April 10th
meet today at 5:15: in Fifield Hall Reitz Union Ballroom for all graduating go to the Salvation Army and the
Room 2302 to discuss the trip to seniors. Call 3921261. Gainesville Halfway House. Call 392- 7:00 8:00
Costa Rica. Call Jon 392-6902. Easter gifts: The Gainesville 4094. : pm
EAG: The Environmental Action Jaycees are collecting canned goods AA: Drinking problems? The Student
Group will meet today at 5 in Tur. and small toys for the needy for Group of Alcoholics
lington Hall Room 11>05. Call 377- Easter. They also need monetary Anonymous meets every Thursday
9367. donations and sponsors to fill baskets night at 8:30: in Reitz Union Room Infirmary Room 201

Freud: The Psychology Club will Call Alberte, 495-9562 or the 357. Call Pat, 335-1796.
meet tonight at 7 in the Psychology Jaycees, 376-9836. Special Olympics: Volunteers are
Building Room 130. Call Chris, 372- Public service: Today is the last needed for the Florida Special Olympics
3625. day to apply for the Gainesville City May 18-20. Call the Florida Special All Students with diabetes
Environmental author: Gretle Commission Student Adjunct Ad- Olympics Volunteer Hotline,
Ehrlich will give a reading to the visory Board. Pick up applications at 374-0814. welcome
Environmental Action Group the office of the clerk of the commission Meditation: There will be a Sid-
tonight at 8 in the Fine Arts Building Call 374-2002. dha Meditation Intensive Saturdayand
Room 105. Call 3920777. Pre-law: Phi Alpha Delta will meet Sunday at the Meditation Cent
Shootout: Student Government's Wednesday at 7:30: in Reitz Union ter. Advance registration is re-
"Three Point Shootout" for students, Room 361 for nominations of new quired. Call 378-1772.
staff and faculty is today at 5 in the officers. Call Arnie, 376-1421. Artists:The Reitz Union Program
Florida Gym. Call 392-0581 or 378- Singles:Trinity United Methodistwill Council's Arts Committee needs 1990 TanhelCenic
0120. have a Singles Seminar called people to paint murals in third.floor
Life: Gainesville !Right to Life will "Healthy Relationships April 21 at meeting rooms. Call 3921655.
present February Banquet speakers the church. Register before Tues- Crisis:The AJachua County Crisis Rush
tonight at 7 at 921 NW 13th Street. day,April 17. Call 376-6615. Center is looking for new Crisis Line
Call Laurence, 378-7824. Clothes Collection: Gamma Counselors. Fifty hours of trainingin
Senior breakfast: The Campus Sigma Sigma will have boxes in Suicide and Crisis Intervention is EARLY BIRD SIGN UP

Diplomats will hold a Senior Break- laundry rooms across campus to col- provided. Call 3723659.

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or come by the Panhellenlc officeat
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I Marijuana, legalization campaign comes to UF I IBy


PATRICIA LEE What we promote is the right to use mari- At UF, the rally will feature a skit by The group wants support especially now
Alligator Writer juana and a change in the current laws,"said "Captain Radical,"an anonymous performer"who that it has a lawsuit pending against the
Alan Howell,media director for Tallahassee comes across really militant but doesit Drug Enforcement Administration. In the
Marijuana laws'are outdated and an in- NORML purely for fun," Howell said. suit, NORML asks the DEA to change the
fringement of Americans' civil rights, say Prior to the rally at the plaza, Howell said With 15,000 members and more than 30 status of marijuana from a Schedule I to a
promoters of a marijuana legalization tour he will pin up posters throughout campus chapters nationwide, NORML is trying to Schedule II drug.The change would recog-
that makes its first stop today at UF. informing students about NORML and its regain support that dwindled during the nize the medicinal abilities of marijuana,
A representative of the recently-formed upcoming rally at the state Capitol Saturday. 1980s, Howell said. Howell said.
Tallahassee chapter of the National Organi- "We're a non-profit,educational organization. "During the Reagan decade, conserva- But DEA officials say it is not their job to
zation for the Reform of Marijuana Laws Our message is that people should stop tives swamped American campuses," How- change the laws, only to enforce them.
plans to speak about legalization and other being apathetic about marijuana legalization ell said. NORML has been seeking support "We are adamantly opposed to the legal-
issues during a rally from 9:30: to 10:30: am ," said Howell, a political science seniorat primarily at universities. Last month, a rallyat ization of any drug. At the same time, we
at the Plaza of the Americas.The Florida State University.Part the University of Georgia in Athens at- live in a democracy, so they (NORML) can
rally is part of Tallahassee NORM Us of the reason marijuana should be tracted more than 1,000 students.But go around and try to gather support from
tour of colleges through North Central Flor legal is that it has several medicinal benefits, NORML has not been welcomed in anyone," said John Fernandes, spokesmanfor
ida. The Florida tour is a spin-off of Howell said. Participating in the rally at the some areas, Howell said. In Tallahassee, the DEA Miami office.
NORML's third annual national Hemp Tour, Capitol Saturday will be a woman who le- NORML's radio commercials announcingthe "We do not create the laws.When peoplein
which has traveled to campuses throughoutthe gally can smoke marijuana due to glaucoma, rallies at FSU and the Capitol were this country say marijuana is legal, we'll
country in recent months. and a man who is allowed to smoke 10 banned by two stations because they were stop enforcing the laws. Until then, we're
"We don't promote the use of marijuanaand marijuana cigarettes a day to relieve pain considered"too controversial" with the not changing anything," he
we don't advocate breaking the law. caused by bone cancer. word "marijuana" omitted, Howell said.

saidBurglars strip

:::jt'rtPii two cars in


I:} impound, areaBy
0-4/ ',',..
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", "
Alligator Staff Writer
," Burglars came. Burglars saw. Burglars
broke into the Alachua County Sheriffs
.. .,.... '. office. Again.
'. ',' ..,?"
1; .. /,f"g:- For the second time in two months,
: '\ unknown suspects broke into a storagearea
.. i where impounded vehicles are keptat
ASO headquarters, 913 SE Fifth St.
t Stereo speakers and a rear-view mirror
._ remote control were stolen from two cars
early Friday morning at about 4:20: ac-
cording to an ASO report.

The items, worth an estimated $2,200,
were stolen from two cars when the sus-
pects unlaced fencing on the east side of
the compound and broke into a pink and

'{t ... maroon Cadillac and a 1984 Datsun 300
;: ZX, the report stated.

.... These had been broken into
same cars
... ....
:7' .. .. ....
"" March 9 when burglars stole radios and
.. : .
.7.#! ..
... stereo speakers of an unestimated value.
.. ............:..:... .. "
Deputies check on the compound peri-
odically during the night, but more secu-
At the end of his rope ANN MARQUES rity precautions might be necessary, ASO
spokesman Lt. Bob McLendon said."We've .
Izell Hope, who works at Painter Masonry Inc., measures lengths of "sweet rope" at the construction site of the
talked about putting out a dog,
new combined student,services building by Peabody Hall. Sweet rope is placed above sills to help with water but it's easy enough to poison a dog," he

runoff. said. "We have lights out there. Maybe we
need more"Grapski


appeal claims senate seat was mishandled .

By ANTHONY LEDERMAN Grapski is claiming that R&A violated the nomination of Gloria Markuswas "We want to hear from Charlie
the Sunshine Law when its not allowed during the meet-
Grapski, people who
Alligator Writer think he should take care of
chairwoman,Liz Bowyer,called an ing. "The senate chair is supposed R&A committee and do a in his life before
Former Sen. Charlie Grapskihas emergency meeting that changedthe to open the floor to nominations."The finding on what happened wrong own"
with the senate, she said,
filed with Student nomination.The Sunshine Law the
an appeal way replacement was
to his jail troubles.
Government's Board of Masters calls for 24-hour notice of any pub- handled was insulting to me. Even said.Grapski said if the
claiming that the senate acted lic meeting. more so because it was my seat," clares that the was arrested Feb. 15 for
illegaly when replacing his senate Munoz was approved by sena- Grapski said. "If they're going to seat was invalid, he will a mandatory court appear-
seat. tors and Markus was not allowedto replace me in the Senate, I would claim it himself. last November, stemming
Grapski, who spent 37 days in a speak at the March 13 senate want someone more like myself." Pam Lovely, the Reitz charges of driving under the
South Florida jail for missing a meeting. Meyer said he wasn't sure what staff assistant who sent the of alcohol, resisting ar-
mandatory court appearance, was Grapski wants the Board to declare Grapski's charges are and did not informing senators of actions."I and hitting a sheriffs deputy.
declared ineligible for his senate the senate election of Munoz want to comment until after the moval, said his challenge
seat because of a low grade, he invalid. hearing.The make a difference."He correction
said. Had he been in Gainesville, Bowyer said she will be "more Board of Masters will meet can bring all the
he said, he could have correctedthe than happy"to rehold the electionif tonight in Reitz Union Room 364 that he wants to,"she said. Stepanek of Vero Beach
situation. the Board declares it invalid. at 6:30: said Honor Court Chancellor not eligible for the the heavyweight division of
The Replacement and Agenda Grapski also said Senate Presi- Robert Lloyd. weeks ago and he is not 1990 Central Florida
committee originally had nomi- dent Andrew Meyer was wrong in Lloyd did not want to speculateon today." Championships Sat-
nated Gloria Markus to replace allowing senators to vote on the what the potential outcome Sen. Amira Trebincevic, The Alligator reported oth-
Grapski but then changed its nom- changed nomination. He said the could be. He said he wants to see mer senate president, said in a photo caption on this t .
ination,supporting Camilo Munoz. Senate was acting illegally when all the facts first not pleased with Grapski's Monday.'TUESDAV .

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cleared for liftoff todayCAPE $

CANAVERAL (UPI) Keeping tabs on nine planned for 1990, is deployment of the 24,330- 3.25/,
threatening weather, NASA cleared the shuttle Dis- pound Hubble Space Telescope, the most expensive
covery for blastoff today on a history-making flight to satellite ever built and one expected to revolutionize
launch the$1.5 billion Hubble Space Telescope,open- humanity's understanding of the cosmos. $85.00 Fitting & Eye Exam
ing a new era in mankind's study of the cosmos. Able to detect the glow of a two-cell flashlight a ONE WEEK FREE TRIAL
With commander Loren Shriver, 45, and co-pilot quarter of a million miles away, the Hubble Space
Charles Bolden, 43, at the controls, Discovery was set Telescope's near-perfect 94.5-inch mirror and its five
to thunder away at 8:47: a.m. EDT today,kicking off a primary instruments will detect light emitted from Millhopper Optical
fiery climb to a record 380-mile-high orbit where the stars and galaxies shortly after the "big bang" explosion
revolutionary space telescope can study starlight un- thought to have created the cosmos. The big
affected by Earth's hazy atmosphere.A bang is believed to have occurred between 10 billion 2521 N.W.41stSt. 376-8000
giant rotating gantry was rolled away from Dis- and 20 billion years ago.
covery shortly after 1:30: p.m. Monday, exposing the One of the major goals of the 15-year space tele-
shuttle to view. Engineers planned to begin pumpinga scope mission is to refine the age of the universe to
half-million gallons of supercold liquid oxygen and within 10 percent and to gather evidence that may
liquid hydrogen rocket fuel into the ship's giant ex- help astronomers prove whether the universe will
ternal tank starting around 12:30: a.m. today.As continue to expand forever or one day collapse in a TIME IS RUNNING OUT. .
usual with recent shuttle flights, the weather cataclysmic "big crunch."
outlook was less than ideal, with forecasters callingfor Assuming a 15-billion-year-old universe, the space
a 40 percent chance of a delay because of low telescope should be able to detect light emitted from r And some of you still have to
clouds and rain in the area that could cause problemsfor stars and galaxies 14 billion years ago, that is, from rX srV NE choose a career or major.
an emergency landing should one be required. objects so far away it took light 14 billion years to Vol Choosing a career is a process -
Because of a busy schedule of activities planned for reach the space telescope. e
discover how the
the crew's first day in space, shuttle program chief Along with answering such fundamental cosmological V come process
Robert Crippen said Discovery had to get off the questions, the Hubble Space Telescope may prove works.
launch pad by around 11:17: a.m., 21/2 hours after once and for all whether planets circle other stars and
the original launch time, or the flight likely would be whether enigmatic black holes serve as the power CAREER DEVELOPMENT
delayed for the day. source for high-energy quasars at the edge of the WORKSHOP
The goal of the 35th shuttle mission, the third of universe.
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I Georgians? : rally_ to support Lithuania I Lounscloi's; J- .

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Georgians staged nearly round-the-clock rallies Mon- waiting into the evening at the government build-
day and turned their government headquarters into a ing to file past what had become a giant flower-covered
massive shrine to the victims of last year's Soviet shrine to last year's dead.
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small shovels and tear gas canisters brutally suppressed night vigil addressed the throng in their native Geor-
a peaceful nationalist demonstration in front gian tongue, but an Estonian visitor from the northern
of the government headquarters. Baltic region swept by secessionist fever drew cheersup
Sixteen people were killed during the attack, four and down Tbilisi's Rustaveli Avenue when he said Death of Vinyl SaleTom
later died in a hospital and soldiers shot one man to In Russian: "Forgive me for using the language of the
death for allegedly violating the state of "
emergency enemy.
is having Giant sidewalk 12-15.Of1Il
imposed by Moscow in the wake of the violence. The crowd parted to let Georgia's white-bearded a sale to liquidate
Georgians also include in the toll the unborn childof patriarch slowly make his way to the podium under a LEs over the next 2 weeks. At least 2000 different LP's will
a pregnant woman slain in the crackdown. large wooden cross and an icon to the mother of God. be available each day of this sale. So leave your VISA, MC,

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NAIROBI, Kenya (UPI!) Ethiopian rebels said forces. But they said the technology was widely are
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wounded 360 in four cluster-bombing raids on the U.S. Embassy spokesman would not comment on 12)). Weather Permitting. Sale hrs. 105Tom's
northern of Massawa. who had the bombs and there
port now was no Ethiopian - - -- -
The clandestine radio station of the Eritrean government comment on the rebel claims.
People's Liberation Front described the bombings as The EPLF, fighting a 27-year-old war of independence Records
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budgets go

to senate for reviewBy

ANTHONY LEDERMAN a possible discrepancy among the dis-
tribution of senate seats. Meyer said
Alligator Writer {
there may be a discrepancy of about
Student senators will begin the ar- 6,000 students. Senate seats are allocated
duous task of approving budget requests according to the student population
for student groups tonight. of each college, dormitory,
Any group that has asked for Student married housing and off-campus zip
Government funding and has code area.
submitted a budget to the Senate will
"The Judiciary committee has to
have to wait about three weeks
to see
review the population distribution;
if it will get money for next year.
Meyer said. There may or may not
Activity and Service Fee Advisory be a change..0
Committee Chairman Bret Berlin will
present the budget requests to sena- In other business, open seats will
tors tonight. Senators will be revisingand be filled. Senior Henry Gevurtz is ap-
amending the requests within the plying for the open Murphree Area
next three weeks, meeting as many senate seat, sophomore Sen. Ted
times as necessary in order to pass the Tagalakis for a seat on the Informationand
budgets before final exams. A budget Investigation committee and
request must be voted on twice beforeit freshman Sen.Meredith L Phillips for
passes. an Internal Relations and Orientation
Senators also will review a reappor- committee seat. All three candidates
tionment amendment, Senate President were. approved by the Replacementand
Andrew Meyer said, because of Agenda committee.

Libraries mark Earth Day

Bookmarks form puzzle earn free foodBy

redeemable at cafeteria.
SUSAN SPENCER any campus
Chase the Marston librarian
Alligator Writer Stephanie
who came up with the idea,
Earth Day bookmarks being given said finding all the bookmarks in the
away at libraries around campus can set won't be easy because only a few
do more than simply remind students copies have been printed of some. 9r
how many pages they have left to read. The assorted bookmarks are avail-

The bookmarks, designed to publi- able at libraries East and West, Mar-
cize a schedule of Earth Day events, ston Science Library and the Florida
also can be traded for free meals at Museum of Natural History.
Gator Dining Services locations.Six Chase said she thought this was a
different bookmarks, which great way for the libraries and food ,
form an environmental picture when services to get involved in the Earth E. ANN STODDARD -ALLIGATOR
Day activities.The Reitz Union Barber Go GatorsJames
placed side-by-side, are available at
various campus libraries. After Shop also participated by paying printing Cope, 8, got a close-up look Sunday at a baby alligator at the Florida
Wednesday, the first 20 people who costs. Museum of Natural History. The "see and touch" display gave Cope and other I
bring a complete set of bookmarks to Chase said she hopes the book- children their first opportunity to touch an alligator. Cope said, "They feel pretty
Gator Dining Services in the Reitz marks will grab students attention and nice, like a snake."
Union will win a coupon for $3.80, get them involved in Earth Day events.

Spike Lee ,

p Shuttle launches

\, Bowl Games ,.' ,.'
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.. The Johnson Hall fire
%?$ Norm Sloan

Paul Shaffer

\ Ku Klux Klan rallys

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new computer. A chance to meet Bo Jackson. A bed. A.
new report -
A fishing boat. A game of checkers. A hug. All wishes of 1 dorm: s
terminally and seriously-ill children. us, students

Every day, hospitals around the country try to make taw American
sick children's lives better by providing the best medicalcare.

But doctors and nurses can't provide enough. Pa-
tients need attention and love to make their situation bear-

Neill, ''I

able.That's where you come in. His

As college students, most of us tend to spend our free rats itself, e7I

time watching soaps or taking afternoon naps, while chari- catch the reran.,.
table organizations and hospitals need people like us to I 1 J1

volunteer.UF o

fraternities, sororities and service clubs are good
role models when it comes to volunteering. They collect

change at busy intersections, hold holiday parties for hos-

pital patients, prune themselves in shower-a-thons al-

most anything imaginable to help raise money for charity.But I i 1

you don't need to be part of a club to help. Any in-

dividual who is willing to commit at least two hours a

week for a semester is eligible to apply at Shands Hospital -

said Sandra Wigglesworth, volunteer coordinator.
Shands needs volunteers year-round to do everythingfrom

cuddling neo-natal babies to playing board games LETTERS. .. : ,TO.THE: IM 1"1]R: I
with older patients.An .
An accurate statement, albeit The Gainesville Sun appropriately
Orlando-based Children's Wish Foundation
group, Earth Day vows
sexist described the
has helped provide about 500 wishes for children with life- scene, "polite
Lea Lines and neatly dressed, the weD.be-
threatening diseases, said executive director Joel Jones. are talk not actionEditor 8LS haved crowd..did nothing that

The wishes have ranged from trips to Disney World to a : I am writing to express might look iffy on a law student's
meeting with Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers. concerns regarding the upcoming Dentist was unfairin record."

Jones said the organization helps the families in need twenty-year anniversary of Earth use of Actually I was very surprisedthat
get in touch with groups, or people, that want to help. Or- Day. couponEditor so many students allowed
ganizations of all types financially and emotionally sup- Although the first Earth Day re- : Until recently, I had never themselves to be photographed at
something like that. After all, what
found going to the dentist intimi-
sulted in unprecedented
an aware-
port the foundation. Groups can help as often as they
dating. But Monday during Spring are we really here for? Jobs, jobs
ness of our dependence on a
want, or just a child for a one-time wish. Jones and !
sponsor healthy environment, I feel that we Break, I had two wisdom teeth more jobslContrary
said his foundation has helped children at Shands before, are in worse shape now than we removed by Dr. Henry T. to popular belief,I was
but that no one has organized a Gainesville group.A were twenty years ago.I Gonsoulin.I not born a rich man. If I ever get
lot of students will leave soon, and won't be back I fear that this Earth Day will I arrived 30 minutes early and out of this place I will have to work
and with discovered I had forgotten a cou- for a living. If for no other reason
until August. But, that doesn't mean they can't volunteerat come go many promisesand
I had clipped from The than to pay off my student loans.
comforting platitudes,but little pon Alligator. -
home when in the fall. If
they return you're leaving
or action. The only real change will .I offered to retrieve the coupon Some of you may not have to worry
town, clip this editorial out and put it in your wallet. Pullit come from changes in individual since I was early but the dental about this, but I do.
out once in a while as a reminder, and act on it when attitudes and behavior. assistant said I could bring it in So what does this have to do

you come back. Everyone complains about the later.Not with diversity?
These aren't the only groups that need help, but it's a destruction of the ozone layer but until after the procedurewas If diversity will help me find a
start: people continue to use styrofoam, I informed that "later" was to better job, I want some. But if diversity
which is non-biodegradable and be within 24 hours, during which will decrease my value in
The Childen's Wish Foundation, 5500-5800 Diplomat produces the chemicals that are time I could not drive. I had to pay the job market, then I don't want
Circle, Suite 105, Orlando, FL 32810. Phone(407):( ) 629- destroying the ozone and our skin. $300 instead of the coupon price of
6621. These are the simple and individual $200.I any.Look, I need all the help I can
Volunteer Service Department at Shands Hospital, decisions made everyday that havea I brought the coupon in get!After all,not everybody makes
395-0360. real impact on our environment Wednesday morning, and was toldI Law RelJ 4w.1 I do not need any more
Every year an area of tropical would receive a refund in the mail.A cement blocks weighing me down.If .
The Volunteer Center of Alachua County P.O. Box
rainforests roughly the size of week later no check had ar- diversity means a more varied
14561, Gainesville, FL 32604. Phone: 378-2552. Pennsylvania is destroyed. Millions rived. I called them and was told I curriculum, then we need it des-
Also, Children's Wish Foundation of Atlanta is trying to of irreplaceable rainforest was not going to receive a refund. perately.The .
help seven-year old Craig Shergold get his wish. Craig is species found nowhere else in the The purpose of this letter is not course offering for next fall
dying from an inoperable brain tumor and wants to get world are lost for cheap, fast-food to complain about my troubles.Per- is pitiful to say the least Just how
hamburgers and "Scandinavian" haps I was naive to assume that a"professional" times take classeson
his name in The Guiness Book of World Records as the many can you
furniture. would be fair. tax?
sales, commercial paper or
person who recieved the most cards ever postmarked.The About one third of the drugs in But note that Dr. Gonsoulin solicits Yuck!
cards 1,200,000-plus are needed do not needto community pharmacies in the patients from the student pop- But if diversity means offeringthe
be elaborate and should be mailed by the May 1 dead- United States are derived from ulation by advertising in a student same courses, only from differ-
line. Cards can be mailed to: Craig Shergold, c/o plants, and treatments for diseases publication. I merely want to warn ent faces, then what will it really
Children's Wish Foundation, Suite 100, 32 Perimeter Cen- such as cancer and AIDS may be other students who employ the ser- add?
waiting in one of the thousands of vices of a "professional" that often Isn't the bottom line?
ter East Atlanta GA 3034&1901.alligator .
rain forest plants yet to be screenedfor their services are not provided to Shouldn't we be selecting the best,
such uses. help us, but to further their own most qualified professors regard
Editor The next time you bite into a interests. less of and not because of -
Lucy Chabot fast-food hamburger, think of the Shell! H. Godfrey3UF race, sex, or sexual preference?
55-square-feet of rain forest
or I hope this does not make me a
Managing Editor Opinions Editor thousands of gallons of federally
racist, sexist a heterosexist
Diversity is nota a or
Shedden Sutton subsidized water that
Mary Tonya resources
God forbid, because I am not any
Letter went into its production. goal by itself of these things. But maybe I'm a"bestist"
Emerson once stated, "everyman whatis
Letters to the) editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be because I just want
typed, double-spaced, end signed. They should Include typed name address and telephone plumes himself on the im- Editor: If you were not at the law best, whatever it may be.Craig .
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call provement of society and no man school Diversity Rally last Thurs- Cannon
the editorial page!! editor at 376-4458 "
changes. day, you did not miss much. 2LWI


Fewer aid applicants

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'"..,.,.. Control Program to determine the

types of errors students are makingon
I'I !o Alligator Writer
their forms.

Fewer students who apply for 'We not only look at what the
financial aid are going through verification
students document, but if there are
the process by which in- departmental mistakes," Fooks

formation on student aid said. "We're also measuring depart-

applications is checked for accu- mental error at the same time."

racy.UFs participation in the federal The project involves a three-part

Institutional Quality Control Pilot process, she said. The first phase
allows officials to evaluate applica-
Program,a program developed
years ago by the federal govern- tions. "Basically you determine
ment to reduce the number of errors what, if any, problems there are."

in financial aid applications, During the second phase, offi-
ultimately will allow more studentsto cials will correct questions students

get their financial aid more have answered incorrectly and in-

} w quickly, said Karen Fooks, student form them about the changes. In

PIV financial aid director. the third phase, the Financial Af-
About 30 percent of UFs aid applicants fairs office will evaluate the corrective

or 5,682,went through verification measures to determine
in the 1988-89 school year. whether students are making fewer

But in 1990-91, no more than 20 errors.
I percent of students will be checked,
As one process starts, another
said Josette Green, associate director
takes place at the same time. "It'san
of student financial aid.
ongoing process," Fooks said."We're .
p The pilot program will allow col- in the analysis phase now.

leges and universities to develop Every year we'll be implementing

their own guidelines for determin- corrective procedures. By the third
ing which students must undergothe year we'll be evaluating."
verification process, which can
last several months. Preliminary studies indicate that

"Our participation in Quality students generally are accurate

Control allows! us to use selectionand about their financial reporting,

verification processes specificto Fooks said.

our student population," said Sid "I'm very confident that it will be

Holloway, assistant financial aid di less than one-third of the students
Playing It straight rector. "We can target only stu- (who make errors on their forms),"

John Mallery, a comedian with the We Can Make You Laugh show based out of Grand dents whose applications contain she said. "Students aren't makingas
obvious discrepancies. mistakes. I think there
I Rapids, Michigan, escapes from a straitjacket during a performance Saturday night at The office randomly selected some many errors and confusion -these are ,

the Orange & Brew.Reach about 300 in 198990for
applications are complicated forms. But I don'tthink

screening through the Quality there will be many errors."

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UNIVEH T Conservation Biologist Lovejoy Speaks I

Thursday. And Receives Carr Medal I

Internationally known tropical and con- first graduate research professor.
servation biologist Thomas Lovejoy will Lovejoy, the fifth recipient of the Carr
lecture at UF Thursda the f Medal and founder of the public television
Natural THOMAS ''Nature" will discuss "The New
series ,
Produced by IF Information and Publications Services. 355 Florida Museum of History's
T gen Hall and paid for at usual advertiSing rales to com Archie Carr Medal while on campus. UF LOVEJOY Naturalist. Generally credited with raising
musicale official notices and important information to concern for the tropical
President John Lombardi will the
students.faculty and stall Call 392 0186 for Information present WinnerOf United
award to Lovejoy at 8 p.m., Thursday, in lem, he is chairman of UNESCO's
A-101 Computer Sciences and Engineering Can States Man and the Biosphere program.
Building. Medal 10L 10Lestablished Lovejoy generated the idea of a joint

Nature Is Topic The medal honors the late Archie Carr, On Campus conservation biology research project used
a UF zoology professor from 1937 to 1987 Thursday by the World Wildlife Fund-U and Brazil's -
and world authority on sea turtles. The National Institute for Amazon Research -
For Earth Day 90 award,which recognizes outstanding con- The project is designed to define
i tributions to the knowledge and under- in 1979 by the Florida Museumof the minimum size of national parks and

Reading SeriesThree standing of man's natural heritage, was Natural History, where Carr was UF's biological reserves as well as management
: strategies for small areas. For this work,

1 Ehrlich,prominent Peter Matthiessen nature writers-Gretel and David Organ Donor Registration Drive the the Brazilian prestigious government order of Rio awarded Branco him in

! Rains Wallace-will read their works this 1988 During the Reagan administration,
week of UF's Earth Lovejoy was the first environmental scientist
I as part month-long Scheduled This Week On UF Campus
Day 1990 Celebration The reading series, appointed to the White House Science

entitled "Writing Wild: Readings for Earth UF students can learn more about willing their organs and tissues to people awaiting Council.award and lecture
Day is being held today through Thurs- transplants during this week's annual Organ and Tissue Donor Registration Drive, which presentation are
free and to the public. For more in-
day at 8 p.m. nightly. runs through Friday. Gov. Bob Martinez proclaimed April 'Flonda Organ and Tissue open
formation, contact Neddy Perez, 392-1721..
Ehrlich, who will open the series tonightin Donor Month," and the UF drive is sponsored by the American College Health Associa-
105 Fine Arts Building B, has written a tion, the American Council on Transplantation and UF's Student Health Outreach Team.
novel and poetry. Her first book The Solace Each day, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., volunteers will staff tables in the Turlington Hall
of Open Spaces, describes her transformation courtyard and in the Health Science Center lobby to distribute information on organ Senior BreakfastSet
from a city-bred film-maker to a Wyoming donation, sign up donors and answer questions about the procedure.

rancher. Donors can designate whether they want to donate any needed organs or tissue or For ThursdayIn
Matthiessen, who reads Wednesday in only selected ones. Once a person decides to be an organ donor if he or she is eligibleat
137 Norman Hall, writes about his worldwide death, the donor should inform next of kin of the decision and request these wishesto
I explorations through wilderness. be respected, said drive coordinator Eric Gabrielle. Even if a donor has signed a card, Reitz Union
I His book The Snow Leopard won the Na- next of km makes the ultimate decision.
Lombardi will send
, UF President John
tional Book Award in 1979. For more information or for donor cards, contact Gabrielle at 376-3104.
I David Rains Wallace, who reads Thurs- graduating seniors out into the real worldon
day in 105 Fine Arts Building B, has written a full stomach.Dr. .
several nature books. In 1984 he received Lombardi, along with UF vice pres-
: the John Burroughs Medal for Nature CAMPUS I idents, deans and others, will be a guest
I Writing for The Klamath Knot. P,10044 THIS WEEK server at the free breakfast for graduating
A public reception for the writers will seniors from 8 to 11 a.m. Thursday in the

, be held Wednesday from 4 to!5 p.m. in the ...... Reitz Union Ballroom. The senior break-
I Rare Book Room of Library West. The reception TODAY King's College Anthony Warnes, noon, fast, held at the end of fall and spring
and readings are free and open to 376. Grinter Hall semesters, is co-sponsored by Campus
Diplomats, the Alumni Association and
public. discuss life at UF for Black and Hispanic CITRUS PRODUCTION LECTURE, "Cit
the Office of Student Services.
I The series is the English
the sponsored College of by Liberal Arts students, 3 p.m., Division of Housing Con- rus Production in the Flatwoods," by Errol The breakfast will include an address by
I Department ference Room, Museum Road and 13th St. Fielding, vice president, Grove Development Lombardi from officials
I and Sciences Student Council and Santa and visits University
ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Dietary Toxins Property Management Orange
I Fe Community College Speakers Series. and Human Diversity," by UF associate Co. Inc., Lake Hamilton, 1:55: p.m., 2302 and displays by campus organizations A
local band will entertain-
For more information, contact Margaret jazz provide
Fifield Hall.FINANCIAL.
of rahma Jackson,
Sandor, 392-0777. professor anthropology ment. Special meal provisions will be
I 3:45: p.m., 211 Bartram Hall. INSTITUTIONS lEC- made for those students observing Passover -
WILDLIFE LECTURE, "Cats in Crisis," and MergersBanking / -
U F Senate Seeks Agenda Consolidations" For more information call Mary Lynn
I by International Society for EndangeredCats by Citizens and Williamson, assistant dean of student ser-
For Next executive director John Becker, 4 Southern Bank executive vice president ,
Items director
Meeting vices, or Jon Rou, project
I p.m., 376 Newins-Ziegler Hall. James SEAR 120 Matherly Hall. 392-1261.
The University i Senate Steering Committee t MATERIALS SCIENCE SEMINAR, "Di BOTANY "Blue-Green Algal
I, is continuing to gather information and rect Measurement of the Forces Between Blooms in Florida Lakes:' by UF assistant
seek input from current Senate members Adsorbed Polymer Layers," by AT&T Bell professor in fisheries and aquaculture Ed Summer Reserve Book
! and other interested faculty regarding Laboratories scientist Sonjay Patel, 4 p.m., p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.

, Senate restructure and educational policy Bless Auditorium, Williamson Hall. WOMEN'S STUDIES COLLOQUIUM, Lists Due April 23
t and student life issues. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LECTURE, "Law Is Not Enough: Policy Implementation -
Faculty members should forward infor- "Competitive Spatial Price Discriminationwith and Equal Employment Opportunity Faculty members and instructors who
mation items for Senate discussion to the Capacity Constraints," by UF assistant in the 1980" by UF political science wish to place library materials on reserve
Senate Steering Committee by Friday professor of economics JonathanHamilton professor Margaret Conway, 4 p.m., 2354 for Summer Terms A and B should sub-
I April 13. The Steering Committee will meet 4:05: p.m., 320 Weil Hall. Turlington Hall. mit lists by April 23 to Library East and
t April 16 to review submitted items and PLANT PATHOLOGY SEMINAR, "In ASIA AND ITS CULTURES LECTURE the Marston Science Library Lists received -
prepare the agenda for the next University tegrated Management of Web Blight of SERIES, "Lecture and Demonstration of by that date will be processed, and
Senate meeting, scheduled for April 26. Beans in Costa Rica," by UF plant pathol- Acupuncture;' by Dr. Baoting Hu, inter- all available books will be on reserve by
Typed proposals or suggestions shouldbe ogy graduate student Bernardo Mora, 4:05: nal medicine specialist and former direc- the first day of classes, May 14. Any books
sent to Ruth Alexander, Chair, Senate p.m., 2316 Fifield Hall. tor general of South Taiyuan Municipal not found will be ordered.
Steering Committee, 202 Women's Gym- 17TH ANNUAL MINORITY STUDENT People's Hospital, Shangxi Province, Lists received after the April 23rd dead-
nasium, or to Nancy Gullic, Senate Secre- Recognition Reception, 7 p.m., Arredondo People's Republic of China, 4 p.m., 205 line will be processed on a first-come, first-
tary, 135 Tigert Hall. For additional infor- Room, Reitz Union Little Hall. served basis and might not be processedby
mation, contact Gullic, 392-0063)() WEDNESDAY MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS SEMI- the first day of classes. Books not in the

UF BLOODMOBILE SITE, in front of NAR, "Soviet Science and Technology,"by libraries that are requested for reserve
Applications Due Friday Van Fleet Hall, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. UF mechanical engineering graduate student after the deadline will not be ordered.
j CENTER FOR WETLANDS LECTURE, Steven Cvetanovic, 4:05: p.m., 320 Library East reserve book lists should be
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I SG chief of staff accused of conflict of interest I IBy

ANTHONY LEDERMAN should have a problem with it. Browne said he wants Medvinsky on other."
Alligator Writer "I can see from Larry and Mike's stand ASFAC while it decides on budgets for the Independent Sen.Nelson Miranda agreed
point, it's great Thomas said. "It's like upcoming year because Medvinsky has with Berlin. He said SG shouldn't have
Several Student Government membersare Mike has a vote on ASFAC." been on the committee for so long. someone in two branches of government.
questioning the power of Student Body Medvinsky said his power as chief of staffis "When he starts making decisions in the "
"Chief of staff is Miranda
President Michael Browne's most trusted not defined but he fills in for Browne when executive branch, then it's a conflict of interest a position
said. "It can be abused in the future.Medvinsks .
adviser. needed. "If you want to get down to the grit and we'll have him resign," said involvements give the executive
Accusations are being made that Larry of itl'm (Browne's) eyes and ears,"he said. Browne. "Although, 111 listen to argumentsthat branch a big gun in ASFAC."
Medvinsky, Browne's appointed chief of As ASFAC Medvinsky and the other nine it's a conflict.
staff and Activity and Service Fee Advisory members decide how to distribute SG's al- Browne said Medvinsky is implementinghis Miranda said he is going to look at the
Committee member, has a conflict of inter- lotted $4.47 million dollars, which comes in ideas and works for the executive branch statutes and may bring it up in the Senate.
est because of the two positions he holds. through student Activity and Service Fees. but, "at the present time is not making any "Legally, there is no conflict," said Sen.
One position is in the executive branch and Both Browne and Medvinsky said they do executive decisions." Chris Tompkins, who was voted in with
the other is part of the legislative branch. not believe there is a conflict and that But several senators and members of last Scales' Students Unite Now party. "But arguably
The chief of staff position was created by Medvinsky provides a link between the ex- year's executive branch disagree."It's there is."
former Student Body President Ed Scales ecutive and legislative branches."I a conflict because the SG administration
If senators want to or resolve the
last year and is not recognized officially in might be carrying out Mike's policy in deals so much in funding," Scales said, conflict, they must bring it up in Senate.The
the student statutes. However it states "and there will be a number of funding
body the legislative funding process, Medvinskysaid. statutes state if there is a conflict not cov-
that no member may serve as a member of "Anything that may conflict with my things coming through ASFAC." ered by the statutes, then a majority vote of
two branches of SG at the same time if one role (as chief of staff) I will abstain (from Vision Sen. Bret Berlin said he also 1 is the Senate would determine the outcome.
position is an elected one and one has the voting on ASFAC)." bothered by it.
same general power as a cabinet director. "I don't think it's fair to everyone that There is supposed to be a balance of Medvinsky has said he may resign from
Former Chief of Staff Scott Thomas said, elected him if he doesn't serve his term," powers," Berlin said. "The purpose of government ASFAC once budget hearings are over.
"it's obviously a conflict. I don't think thereis Browne said, pertaining to Medvinsky's systems is separation of powers so ASFAC will finish reviewing budget re-
a question about it."He added that Senate ASFAC position. we can keep a check and balance on each quests tonight.


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the next several hours, how to brush her teeth and eat with her guns like that, and I'm' really proud of

; During and a team of surgeons left hand. her for that," Rogers said. "It took a lot
; five major operations on She moved back to her family's' homein of courage for her to take the stand and

I. f LaRocca in a battle to keep her alive. Miami for the rest of the summer, a tell everyone what happened."
44J Starting about three inches below her time LaRocca said was difficult. She As the trial continued, LaRocca said
neck, Mayfield made a 12-inch Incisionto couldn't' fly because of the pressure it she became frustrated at the media that

begin the most important operation: would put on her eye, so her family covered it and the events before the
open-heart surgery to repair her collapsed drove her back and forth to Gainesville trial. She said reporters focused on
lung and her heart, which had a for doctor's' appointments.. She wanted to Rowe and not on what happened to her..
s small hole where the knife had been keep the same doctors who had saved "I was upset about the fact that it

y thrust into her chest.. her life. seemed to me that what happened to

REFLECTIONSA r I After repairing her heart, Mayfield pu For the next three months, LaRocca me was forgotten, that it hardly had
a permanent staples into LaRocca's' lung to steadily improved.. Months of physical been mentioned at all," she said.. "It was

5 keep it inflated.. Another team of surgeons therapy helped her regain the use of her him and he and what could be done for

worked on her cut artery, and thumb, and she underwent three more him."
another doctor repaired her badly cut eye surgeries, the last one in February.But After hearing three days of testimony
thumb. Lastly, retina specialist Dr. Scott through it all, LaRocca was including that from two of the three
her LaRocca's' Friedman worked to save her eye. nagged by one lingering question: Why? psychologists who examined Rowe and
year after stabbing Stacy In all, the operations lasted more than Rowe's' March trial for at- said he was insane the three-woman,

eight hours.. Doctors gave LaRocca 19 David first-degree murder was three-man jury deliberated three hours

pints of blood, almost twice as much chance to have that question before returning its verdict: Guilty..
painful memories remainBy blood as the human body can contain. answered. LaRocca said she did not smile when

She lost so much blood that she could Rowe, 13, was a seventh-grade studentat the verdict was read. Instead, she felt a

have died, Mayfield later testified at Westwood Middle School, where great sense of relief and hugged her
Rowe's' trial.LaRocca teachers described him as an average, parents.. Rowe showed no expression, fit-
Duane Marsteller also could have died from but quiet, student... He had no history of ting with a psychologist's' description of

the collapsed lung, Mayfield said. He violence at the school, they said, nor did him as a boy who repressed his emo-

credited the fast work of the paramedicsand he show any signs of psychological tions.His.

T A 7 e eI Stacy laRocca looks at a calen-- certainly given me a different perspec-- being stabbed). It made a really horrible the emergency-room personnel for problems.. sentencing, originally scheduledfor
Wen/ today, she won't' see that it's' tive on life. There are a lot of things I sound.. You could actually hear it cuttingthe saving her life.. However, Rowe's' three lawyers con- April 17, has been postponed a

Tuesday, April 10, 1990. just don't' take for granted anymore. skin and it made a swishing sound.. After the surgeries, LaRocca was tended during his three-day trial that the month by Circuit Judge Elzie S. Sandersso

Instead, her mind will flash back to "I still need time for myself to get That's' the one thing that stands out in moved into the hospital's' cardiac inten-- youth was legally insane when he attacked the Department of Corrections, the

Monday, April 10,1989, the day 13- over what happened." my mind about the whole attack. That sive-care unit, where she spent the next LaRocca, that he didn't' know right Department of Health and Rehabilitative

year-old David Rowe plunged a pock- skipped her first-period class sound, that particular sound." four days hooked up to a respirator. She from wrong. Services and the Guardian Ad Litem program

etknife with a three-inch blade into her L LaRocca morning, preferring to As LaRocca wrestled with Rowe, .+A drifted in and out of consciousness be They said Rowe was angry at his can prepare pre-sentence reportson
body 17 times and almost killed her. in after arriving home late froma trying to protect herself and the two cause of large doses of morphine. mother, Dawn Rowe who also was arrested the case.Thomas .

Much has changed since that day, Cinderella/Winger/ concert in Orlandothe children, she tried to grab a hold of the Right before she was moved out of for attempted first-degree murderin Kurrus, one of the three
both for Rowe and LaRocca. Rowe, now night before. After she woke up knife handle. She missed, instead grab- the CICU and into a private room, la- October for not allowing him to lawyers who defended Rowe for free,

14, has been convicted as an adult by a around 10, her roommate Dina Carretta bing the blade and almost cutting off her Rocca said she felt the worst pain yet.. live with his grandparents in New Jer has filed a motion' asking Sanders to
jury for attempted first-degree murder, reminded her that she couldn't' babysit at right thumb in the process."I Doctors came into her room to pull out sey. He attacked LaRocca out of anger overturn the jury's verdict.. If the judge
Bob Keeter's' house that toward his mother, because he saw la- denies the motion, as expected, his attor--
afternoon because
and he awaits sentencing.. mean, there was a real struggle, several thick tubes that were thrust into
she had class.. LaRocca had Rocca playing with the children and was neys will then appeal the case to the 1 1st
For LaRocca, a 21-year-old UF nursing promised Car- she remembered. "I was trying to get up her chest during the operations to
student from Miami, much more has retta a few weeks earlier that she would and we were both slipping and sliding in prevent it from filling with fluids.. upset at his own unhappy life, they said.. District Court of Appeals in Tallahassee..
babysit.. the blood. Rowe's' taped police confession, made While Rowe sits behind bars at the
changed since the attack physically "They told me to hold my breath, and
and emotionally.. They both arrived at the Keeter house They both fell down on the bloody tile they literally ripped them out," she said.. before he was arrested April 20, seemedto Alachua County Juvenile Detention Cen--

After undergoing five major around 1 p.m., where LaRocca met floor in front of the open door, LaRoccaon ""That was the worst pain I had ever ex- back their argument."I ter awaiting his punishment, LaRoccahas
opera- Keeter just, know, looked at that hopes of her life returning to the
tions the of the attack Peggy Bob's wife and the her back and Rowe in a squatting perienced." you
day to her
life, having other people feed save and bathe mother of the two girls she would be position.. He then stopped stabbing, long When she was moved into a private babysitter and thought' you know, ''Whatam way it was before April 10, 1989..
I to do? Rowe said the returned to UF last fall and
her the following summer because she babysitting.After enough to put his hand on her knee and room, LaRocca said that was the first going on
Peggy Keeter left for work, la- tell her that he to 4Ir tape. "Maybe if ill I could just do some- L LaRocca nursing school next
was too weak to do it herself, and testify- was going rape her. time she became conscious enough to
Rocca and Carretta with the thing drastic my mom would really see a year later than planned.
played "I said 'Go ahead but
ing on the stand at Rowe's' trial, LaRocca just please tell police what had happened. Unfor '
said she now has a different perspectiveon girls for half an hour before putting don't' hurt either of the children,;' La tunately, doctors switched her to a how much I'm really serious about this After completing the two-year program,
life. them to bed for a nap. Both sitters Rocca said. "He didn't' anything." weaker pain-killer at the same time. or something and I just started to get she will look for a job somewhere other
talked for a while before Carretta left for He didn't' really mad and then, you know, I just, it
"I think it's' made me a lot stronger," rape her or hurt the "That made the pain a lot worse..
class.. children. Instead, he started stabbing SUZETTE COOK -ALLIGATOR There was no comfortable position for started. see LaRocca, page 12
said in
a recent interview.. "I'm not As the children slept, LaRocca studied again. UF nursing student Stacy LaRocca has spent the last year in and out of operatingrooms me because I had been cut everywhere.I As LaRocca listened to the tape
afraid to stand and '
up speak out about and thought about nursing school, After and in physical therapy recuperating from 17 stab wounds. LaRocca says during the trial's first day,
something I feel needs to be said.. It'sALLIGATOR' plunging his knife into LaRocca I couldn't lay on my side or my stomach;
which she would enter in May. About 4 4p.m. five more times the last stab into her the experience has_given her a new way to look at life. I could only lay flat on my back." she b became frustrated."I .

., both girls woke up and LaRocca left eye, detaching the retina and Dozens of members and friends had a lot of frustration at
leaving family
mate LaRocca her back
dialed 911, and after she couldn't answer groped way to him, at his attorneys and the
took them to the outside .
play on patio. her
permanently blind Rowe visited LaRocca the next several
suddenly the dispatcher's' question of where she the front door and lay down. A few days, things that they said," she
While the children rode their tricyclesand stopped, got up and ran down the was, she hung up and called her roommate seconds later, two Gainesville police officers but they were screened by two police officers said. "It really bothered me.
blew soap bubbles, the front door- sidewalk, leaving LaRocca dazed on the standing guard at the door. Her
She told her to to the arrived..
get over A lot of times, it just seemed
bell Leaving the sliding glass door Ifl I-
rang. floor.
bloody house right away, that she needed help.. While one of the officers held location was kept secret while police con- like that were trying to
open, LaRocca got up to answer the "It hadn't' really sunk in she said. "It tinued to search for her attacker. -
LaRocca's hand comforted her the "
Carretta didn't know who it was, downplay the severity of it..
door. It was about 4:30: p.m. didn't even sink in after it had happened.I cause LaRocca's' voice was full of panic other told the children he was going to Finally, 10 days after the attack, Earlier that day, LaRocca fl:
"I looked out the peephole and I saw I stood there for
a second not feeling Gainesville police arrested 13-year-old %
and screaming. play hide-and-seek with them and hid took the stand to testify :
someone, David Rowe," LaRocca like I had
attacked before I got to David Rowe. Police went to tell her the
them in the doghouse while he searchedfor about the attack.. her
Meanwhile the two Keeter children, Biting
recalled. "I looked down
and this
saw the phone. It was so weird. I mean, it itwas news immediately, but they had to wait .
the attacker. He didn't find .
who saw the attack, were crying and call anyone. lip to keep from crying, she
kid.. I thought he was probably some kid the middle of the afternoon.." while LaRocca underwent a second eye i
ing out Stacy's' LaRocca, who Within a minute, paramedics arrived.. answered questions for 20
selling candy, so I opened the door. But LaRocca knew two things that After she was taken back to her __
"Normally, I don't' make it a habit of she didn't' want to die and that she had didn't' scream during the attack, tried to By then, LaRocca had lost several pintsof room surgery., they told her. minutes about what hap- t t'r
calm blood and her left had collapsed pened that day. She
them lung ,
opening doors like that,, but given the to to the
j{ iyY get phone to summon "Everybody else knew before I did"," ''r ut
described the attack and
neighborhood I was in, and that it was in help. "After the first few phone calls, I told making breathing difficult.. she said. "I had originally described himas ,
the middle of the afternoon, he didn't' "I 1 worried the kids that everything was going to be LaRocca said she remembers the stood up to point where she
was I older
was going to die, being a few years than he was. '
had been stabbed to the jury. j
look like someone dangerous." that I wasn't' going to be able to get OK,," LaRocca said. "I may have told police and paramedics arriving, but not Thirteen's' pretty young.. I was very hear it
"I 1 wanted them to
LaRocca was wrong. help. I worried that them that I was going to clean it up. the ambulance trip to the Shands Hospital -
was I was going to surprised, and I wanted to know why. I from me," LaRocca said. "I
She was about to ask Rowe if she die and the kids.would be there for She then stumbled back to the front emergency room. Once she got was just concerned with why. There had thought I could tell the story
4 4k could help him when he pushed his way another three hours by themselves until door, unlocked it, and waited for help to there, doctors and nurses started to to be a reason.." it happened. I

k into the house. Rowe, holding a pock- Peggy got home. I was worried that arrive. But the phone rang, and LaRocca work on her immediately. LaRocca spent another week recover exactly wanted as them to know that I iks

3 etknife, raised his right hand and told nobody was going to know who it was be- stumbled back into the kitchen to "I 1 remember everything they said, ing in Shands. Just before she was told did remember what hap-
her, "I'm' going to stab you." cause I wouldn't' be there to describe it.. answer it.It it like ''She has no blood pressure'' and ''I she could go home, doctors removed pened."

Nom, As LaRocca instinctively raised her I worried that I wouldn't' get to see my It was 911 calling back, again asking can't' find a pulse,' LaRocca said. "I another chest tube, one placed in her More than a dozen family ,
arms to protect her face, Rowe started family again, so I made every effort to her if she knew the address.. She said remember them saying get this and get during her second eye operation. Again, members and friends sat in s i
stabbing a plunge squarely into the get to the phone.. no, but gave them the phone number of that, and I kept saying ''I can't' breathe, I the pain was excruciating, she said. the courtroom to support la-

middle of her chest cutting a hole in her She pulled herself off the floor, locked one of Peggy Keeter's' friends who did.. can't' breathe.' Because she was too weak to take Rocca, one of whom was UF 9r

r heart, a stab into her left eye, numerous the door and stumbled down the 25-foot. After hanging up on 911 the second She remembers looking up at Dr William care of herself, she spent her first' week criminology major Michael r

cuts on both arms, a cut artery in her long hallway to the kitchen. As she time, she called Carretta again, telling Mayfield, a heart specialist at out of the hospital at a friend's' house. !Rogers! who' s started dating La- r--
back that squirted out blood as soon as stumbled, she left blood streaks on the her she wasn't' kidding. By then, Carret Shands, and asking him if she was goingto She couldn't' stand up alone. She had difficulty Kocca Marcn! ZD:>, iyoo/ -
PHOTO the blade was pulled out.. walls. ta recognized her voice and told her not die. getting up out of chairs and her Rowe's' 12th birthday. SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR
David Rowe was convicted of attempted "I really didn't' feel any pain," she Once she reached the kitchen, she fell to move, then called 911. "No, you're' going to be OK," he bed. She couldn't' shower by herself. Be- Rowe attacked Stacy LaRocca In this foyer of the
first-degree murder three weeks ago. remembered. "I felt the (of down she stuck to her home where she was babysitting two young girls.
pressure pulling the phone with her. She After the second call to her room- replied. cause of her thumb, she had to learn "I'm glad



One of those people she wants to see

Time Doesn't Heal All WoundsIn LAROCCAfrom helped is her attacker. But Rowe also must
page 11 be punished for what he did, she said.

the last year, Stacy LaRocca has undergone at least seven "A lot of people have come up to me and

operations as a result of the stabbing. The following are some than Gainesville,she said. told me that David Rowe is just this poor little
Her thumb still hurts after writ- "
especially boy who needs help, LaRocca said. "Yeah,
of the wounds that will persist: ing for long periods of time. Her lung has per: but David Rowe is also this little boy who did

manent staples in it, but she said she has had something wrong, and I don't want people to
no trouble breathing. The hole in her heart is get the impression that I don't want him to

Loss of sight in her left eye, which smaller, and doctors hope it will close by it- get any kind of help, because I do. It's just

doctors say won't be reversed,even self.She that, unfortunately, there is just no right
after performing three operationsA has light perception in her left eye, but place for him."
doctors have no hope of restoring her sight.
She still thinks about the attack every day
She may have another operation in the futureto
because it always comes up. Every time she
the muscle that the it
repair moves so
looks in the mirror, she sees the scars and
will appear normal. used to bikini while
remembers. She wear a
hole In her heart that She still has pain from the attack and the
sunbathing- now she wears a one-piece suit
doctors hope will heal ItselfA and she can't lift anything heavy.
surgeries, she says is "ugly,"and she has to apply
She has to be cautious when she drives because -
sunscreen over her scars. She hopes plastic
she's blind in the left
legally eye. visible.
surgery will make the scars less
However, the attack left more than the
People who hear her name ask her every
visible scars on her body. She also has emo-
collapsed left lung tional scars that may take years to heal."I day if she was the one who was attacked. She
that Is Inflated with has to explain to professors why she has to
kept still do have down periods, she said. "I
permanent staplesA mean, not pity, but I wish things could be the miss class because of doctor appointments.
way they used to be." LaRocca said she really doesn't mind the at-

To help her recover from the attack, she tention she gets because of the stabbing, al-
wants to become involved with the victims' though she does get tired of explaining it

nearly severed right rights campaign. She said she will attend a over and over again. She said it will probably

thumb that required memorial service for murder victims April 24 help her become a more compassionate nurse.

during National Victims Week. also different
months of rehabilitation "It's given me a perspectiveon
"It's something that I want to do, and it's nursing," she said. "I wanted to help
something that will help me in the healing people before, but now I think I've got that
process," she said. "I want to be able to help added insight that I've actually been there
other people." before."

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1 FURNISHED your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the 2BD/1BA $325/MO. Phoenix Apts., closeto .

price of one. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt. UF/Shands very spacious avail now 1 classified ad:
$145 util Incl. 3blks to UF. Private entrance room. Stoneridga Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. year or summer lease, pets ok. Brad 375-
3751121. 4-30-45-2 1303. 4-23-10-2 1 For Rent* Furnished
efl. clan
tingle rm upper or grad In Person:
call 372-1862 aft. 5. 4-11-10-1 Unfurnished
For Rent
Solve Parking Problem! Walk to UF from Sleep to sound of frogs, smell of honey 2 Cash, check, MC or VISA.

ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145 for Summer Anglia (NW 6th/15th Str) Modern well kept suckle. 2bdr In quad near UF, wash/dry, 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office
Apts ea w/own washer/dryer cent Mac cent Mac. patio, $350/mo./ 3359989. 4-
Spring & Fall also avail at CLO. Incl 1105 W. University Ave.MF .
For Rent/Sale/
Now for fall
renting 1yr lease 1st ft last
10 meals/wk util I pd 1 blk to UF. Stud.ntrun"
dep $460/mo 2bdrl1 ba. $6lO/mo Super 2bdr/lba apt. Phoenix 2630 SW Sam-4pm
377-4269 NW 15th St.
117 /
or stop by 4 Sublease House/Apt.
4-13-10-1 3bdr/2ba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 336-8354 33rd PI. Fireplace, 12/mo Ise, no pets, Main BookstoreHub
3920554. 4-20-10-2 $350/mo avail Aug. 3731558. 4-16-5-2 5 Roommates Customer Service Desk

Room In 3br house $160 ft util. 3758329. ,' M F 8 am 4:30 pm
4-11-5-1 Near UF, very clean! 2bdr/lba, new carpet In The Pines 6 For Sale ;

fireplace, a/c, wash/dry/ hook.up. Spacious 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom 7 Real Estate :: Reitz Union, Cashier's OfficeMF8am9pmSatnoon0pm
Summer rmmt wanted to live 1.3 ml from avail. Aug. $330/mo. 3731558. 4-10-10- Apartment & Townhouses ':

UF, NW G'vllle. No dep, $230 covers all Convenient to UF/Shands 8 Motorcycles ::: Sun noon 5 pm
Attractive clean & houses close
apts. 2 tennis
bills. Call 371-7703 Iv msg. 4.18-10.1 pools crt weight room,
UF, avail for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs. sauna, 2 laundry rooms. 9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM
Small for Call 4959024. 4-30-24-2 F. 8 am 4:30
apt one mature student. No pets, 373-3371 10 Wanted ,: pm
quiet no atmosphere, avail now or
party 205 SE 16th Ave.
2 bdr Apt In duck pond area house, fireplace
May 1. $200 mo. plus utilities. 378- 11 1 Services By :
2018. 4-10-4-1 per wood floors, celing fans, big yard, 1/2/ mile east of Main St.AVAILABLE Use forms appearing weeklyin

avail May $325/mo 374-8148. 4-11-10- IN MAY 12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by

Large 1 ft 2 BR apt neatly furnished no 2bdr/2ba, new carpet, fenced yard, dish., 13 Help Wanted mail MC VISA, or checks only.
pets convenient to UF S downtown, $250- Bike to campus. 1BR apt., quiet
cent heat/air, wash/dry hook-up, near
275 mo. 3765957. 4115.1 Oaks Mall $28S/mo/ & $250 dep. 332- complex, efficiency kitchen, patio. 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
Ig closet. $240 Payment by VISA or Mastercard
4623. 4-16-5-2
WALK 3 BLOCKS UF Room c/h/ac share 1 15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum.I'I<
kit/baths w/d prefer male grad students Walk 2BR
to downstairs.
campus. apt. 16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm.
2BR/1BA unit avail.
quad summer possibly
185 single240 double 378.6652 378-8122. Hardwood floors, Inside bike storage.
longer. Fireplace, a/c, dishwash SW
4-27-16-1 17 Notices
area, no pets. $310/mo & sec. 3350213. Summer rate only. $400 o How to correct

Sublet 1 bdr In 3bdr townhouse May-Aug 4-10-5-2 WOWI Completely furnished 2BR doll 18 Rides

$155+1/4utillties per parking call mewashdrymicrocovered Affordable 2bdr duplex, 2nd floor, new house. Walk to campus. Spotless. $450 19 Pets cancel your ad:

paint, new carpet quiet, shaded, 428 NW
Susan 3320167. 4125.1 20 Lost & Found Cancellations
9 Ave. $300/mo. Call after 5, 373-5577. Upstairs 1BR condo balcony :
4-"-6-2 dishwasher carpet, laundry In Call 373-FIND Mon. Frl, 8.4 pm.
2 BR 21/2 bth townhouse
Large WoodgateMnr
complex. Bike to campus. $275 No refunds can be given.
W/D hookup. Avail May 1 $509mo.neg. / .
Sublet I Ibdr/iba Spacious. Behind
apt. 332-9564 Ask for Linda or Barbara. Norman Hall. Washer/dryer. Only Spacious 2BR/1 1/2 BA upstairs o When will your ad run? Alligator errors:

$245/mo. Semifurn.Avail. May 1. Dep. pdl condo, private deck, like new carpet, Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.
Call 373-8926 4-10-5-2 hookups, dishwasher. $420. Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
Bdr/kit/living rm privilege, most pd..umm.r ,
$135mo.all/ $185/mo, 4bdrapt. SUPER 4BR/2BA house. Walk to Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
1740 NW 3rd PI. To apply/Info 372. House/duplex 4bdr/2ba, fireplace Cent RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
22843714243. 4-10-1-1 hllalr,1112 ml so. of UF lyr lease$650moCall campus central,AC fireplace, hardwood, family floors.room DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected -

376-6183 ft Leave Message. 4-13-5-2 Wont last! $750 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
FIREPLACE In your bdrl Own room in historic Union or Shands take No refunds or credits can be given after
"Haunted Mansion. Sunny, great for 3bd/2ba house. Garage, fireplace, fenced KEY MANAGEMENT may placing the ad. Changes called in alter
cats. Laura 377.3132 373-9784 evs. 4. backyard. Ig master bedroom In nice 372-3060 THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.
16-5-1 neighborhood avail May 15. $525/mo. may run for any length of time

376-4859. 4-13-5-2 Block from UF, Large Rooms, Utilities and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes:
NEXT TO UFI Furnished 2bd/1ba behind paid Cox Cable, Nice. Call Greg 376- Corrections must be made in person at
Norman, fenced yard. central ac, private One bedroom In Victorian home avail May. 3291. $150.225/mo rent. 4-11-10-2 Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
drive, start May $320/mo. 376-2119 Iv $230/month/ Includes util.! Wood floors, funds for cancelled ads.
There .
will be a $2.00 correction lee.f
mess. 4-16-5-1 large porch, Duckpond area. 3714935. 4- GRAD STUDENT: ONE BEDROOM APT

ONE BLOCK FROM UNIV. $275/mo. Call
Summer C Sundown Apts. MOVE IN NOW Kevin 9.5 376-5242 after 5pm 3773852.
Great Location and very affordable. Avail
May 1. Ask for GS. Call 377-2596 Hurryl 2BR/1BA duplex In country Bel Air 636 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd/2ba f> V V Vf\ V V Liiclvfi.ldTlw,., If If .. If
setting near 34 St. Plaza.
and 1bd apts. Large Oaks. College Park
Quiet air, pets okay. $275
FOR RENT: Properties 411 NW 15th St. 371-7777. 4- GRAB YOUR DATE

2B All BA downstairs apt. off ,
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk Tower Rd. New carpetl I
Dishwasher hook-ups mini's. MATE OR STEADY.
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280 $315 ,

2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. And Head for the New
Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs. KEY MANAGEMENT
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 4-30.75- 372-3060 Luxury Theatre...


Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA quiet Studio ibd, and 2bd opts and houses avail r
washer/dryer available In most units for now and for fall. Walk to UFI Beat the rushl I I
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 ft 2 Bath College Park Properties 411 NW 15th. 1
$250-$350, sec & Imr. 372-8422. 4-30- 3717777. 4-11-5.2 CINEMAS e 336-0408
Townhouse 2bd212 be clean quiet pool
SPACIOUSONE 5 minutes to UF 3600 SW 10 Ave Foxmoor
BEDROOM APT. condos $450mo flexible lease call 335- SPECIAL Introductory
ONLY $2631MO.LYONS 7021. 4-11-4-2

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-6797 ALL MONTH-
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Starling at $231112 BedroomMEADOWCREST
378-3988 331-8818 MSW OAKS Matt ADJACENT TO'Alit

375-3861 TEENAGE MUTANT NINA TUST LL9 (t C) 3318118HOT Mosssnsza i3k'111' 50 THIS MONTH
4-30-70-2 2 00,((4 00 0 62 50)). 400, 6.00, 10.13CRCRY
"Check Our New Specials" 130.(330( 18 1:45: ((5:30: 0 2.50)), '.00, 10:15:
All Amenities Available 1.46.(5160$2.60),30.55( ) 1 (PC)
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS (w13)) 2:00. ((5:15: 0 $2.50)), 7:45. '.55
Roommates Available 200. ((5J00I2M: ). too. 101 NUNS ON THE RUN (PC-11)
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Forest Apt. 3bdr/2ba. new carpet and Sublease LARGE 2bd/2ba apt at Hawaiian .0*) Neat, reap N/S F wanted own mstr apt, need for .ummerlfall+.prlng. spacious -
Apu.-2b3r/2ba. furn. at bar Incl. $580/mo. Avail May 5-July 31 w/ Village Sum C. Option to renew In br/bth In spacious 3br apt, summer C. safe, close to UF 160/mo*1/2util.

$490/mo/ unfurn. at $425/mo.. May-July, option to renew. 336.0400 Iv message.Roomie Aug.16-5-4 Price negotiable. Call 372-3467. 4- Close to campus 8 2 great roommiesl 3731423. 4-12-5-5

3754813. 4-11-10-4 $184/mo & 1/3 util. Call 375-6060. 4-10-
m/f needed summer C 1 blk from Female for April or May, 2br/2bath, spacious -

campus $145 mo Own room share bath Completely, furn apt In OAKBROOK F N/S to share a bedroom In a 2bd/2ba/ at house NW area, washer/dryer, for
We'll pay U $75 to sublet May-Aug 15 Call Dawn or Janna for Into 3774501. WALK. 1-2 rmmts needed for summer Brandywlne. $137/mo & 1/4 util. Avail May Info call Randy at 377-2537 leave mes
2Bdr/2Ba (urn. $485. Gatorwood. Closeto 4-12-5-4 $150. & part util. Call Anne or Dawn 4. Call 335-0846. 4.10.5-5 sage. 4-12-5-5
UF. Call anytime 377-8193. 4-13-10-4 3364411. 4-24-6-4

Male, 1 ibdr/share bath has 1 blk to UF Rmmt needed for summer Master bdrm Roommate wanted to share 3 bdr 2 ba.
Lakewood Villas Sublease May-Aug furnished 24hr air May-Aug $150 Incld OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba sublet furn wown bth In large Windmeadbws apt. house 6 ml east of campus. Washerdryerand
(turn bdr, own ba, wain/dry, attractive and uti 1. 371-6463. 4-13-6-4 summer A or C. Rent negotiable, re-rent $240/mo neg. Barry 3352500. 4-10-5-5 many extras. 175mo. + 1/2 util.
clean, only $242/mo. 335-5589 leave option for fall. Call 371-0777 leave mes 376-6827. 4.13-5.5

menage. 4-13-10-4 Roomy 2br 21/2 bath townhouse for summer sage. 4-23-10-4 ROCKWOOD VILLAS. N/S M/F for
or longer sublet beg May. Close to 3br/3ba. Fully turn own bra ba. $23S/mo/ HEY-we want to live at new aptGreenwich -
Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt. 5 mln UF, pool laundry $425/mo Pickwick Park avail. May 5. Chris 335-9225 Iv msg. 4- Green. Need to fill 3rd bdr 4 sum +
walk to UF on SW. 1br/1ba furnished, 3357508. 4-12-5-4 Block from UF Business school. Sublet 10.5.5 bynd. call Denies & 3354044. Iv msg.
pool. $245/mo. Call Lee 3783199. 4-11- Summer for/l be apt, fall option. Modern, 4-13-5-5

5-4 HELP US SUBLET For Summer. Great big enough for two. Price neg Call evenings PARTY PAD! Near CJ's. Huge TV,

Apt, Great Local, Price Nego 336.0077. 371-8265. 4-16-5-4 HBO/SHO. VCR. Micro DW Pool. Unf. 1 BR avail late Apr, or May 1. Large
CAMELOT 2bd/1ba. unfurn. April FREEI 4125.4 room. $187.50 avail May 1, Hurry! 335- house. Washer-Dryer. C.ntr..lr, ft heat.
Lease ends In Aug. Good location pool, Sublet 2bdr iba. cent Mac. Near VA, 5441. 4-10-5-5 $200/mo. + 1/3 util. Prefer creative artistor

sauna, laundry. $425/mo. Call 374-6576. Summer sublet-big t quiet 1 bdrm Shands, UFo Fenced yard ft ctyd. Avail progressive politics or grad student.
4-12-8-4 near sorority row + creek, arboreal view, May 1. $300/mo. Call Chris at 335-4943. N/S M/F to share 2bd/2ba apt for SummerA. Call 3784716. 4-13-55

furnished. $200/mo, pet w/deposlt ok. 4-16-5-4 Covered Bridge $235/mo ft 1/2 util. Call
French Otr close to campus, 2bdr 1 1/2 373-6432. 4-12-5-4 Ken at 377-0849 leave message. 4-10- Grad student looking for summ A rmmt
ba, 1 rmmt. $177.50 & 1/2/ util neg. 336- Summer Sublet, May-Aug Point West 5.5 f/ns for 2ba/2ba Lakewood Villas. Optionto

1010 Chris/Rolf. 4-17-11-4 OWN RM 4 sum abor c in house behind 2br/2ba poolside, close to campus. Call renew lease at lower rent call 335-

Norman Hall v.rycloselo UF $150/m+1/2 374-6917. leave message 4-16-5-4 N/S F for own bdr In furn SW apt avbl! now 3780. 4-20-10-5

Available 2bdr/lba SW location util I. no pets 372-2172 leave for summer, $180/mo ft 1/2 util,
Sublet May. message.
4-12-5-4 Please Help Us: 2bdr/lba Apt. for Sum washer/dryer, near Shands & UF. 336- SUMMER A ONLYI I. 1 or 2 f f. great
Call 335-5454 and leave
$365/mo. mer C. Use our furniture ft no daposltll -
pay 9469 leave message. 4-10-5-5 3bdr/2ba Apt. Own rooms, close to UFI

message. 4-10-8-4 COUNTRY VILLAGE, sublease large Reasonable rent. 3366492. $360 May-June 21, Jenny 376-2417 4-

OXFORD MANOR Sublease or re-rent )Ibdr., May-Aug $344/mo. May rent free! 4-30-16-4 Roommate wanted to share 2bdr 1 11/2 ba 135.5

for fall 3bdr/3ba Option for fall, call 336-1079 after' 5. 4- townhouse $185/mo n/s. Fenced yard
for summer option Completely furn In OAKBROOK
13-6-4 apt pets ok. Avail May 1. Daniel at 335.4540Iv F N/S professional grad student to share
washer/dryer. Pleas call 3778287. 4- WALK. 1-2 needed for
rmmts summer
msg. 4-10-5-5 3bdr/2ba Carol Estates home, $175/mo/ +
17-10-4 $150 ea & part util. Call Anne or Dawn 1/2 util. Must like dogs Cynthia 3744415.
Oxford Manor sublet 3bd/3ba to start In
3364411. 4-13-6-4 N/S F to share cute 2 bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse 4-12-4-5
May woption to take lease. Close
N/S F to have) own master bedrm/bath for over to
ONLY 1180/mnth' & 1/3 util. Need ASAPI) front; price negotiable call 3351880. 4- wash/dry, $172.50/mo & 1/2 util. .
Summer C Own bedroom In nice
376-6512 Iv 4.13-8.5
Call Kim at 375-6780. 4-10-5-4 12.5.4 Sublease For Summer W/ option for Fall. msg.
house with big yard, wood floors, ceilIng
Spacious 2bdr Apt. CHEAP RENT! Call
LAURELS, 3bdr/3ba, sublet summer c, 376-8090. 4-30-16-4 N/S F to sublet 1 bdrm condo newly furn, fans. 5 mln walk to campus. $156 +
Sublet 2bdr apt May-Aufl Univ. Heights wash/dry, attractive and clean, many w/d a/c, d/w, etc 2 ml from Shands. 1/4/ utll. Call 376-8894.

Apts 2 blks from UFI $375/mo. 3771523. amenities, price negotiable, call 335- 3-Roommates Needed for 5-bdr House 1 $175/mo ft util. Call 335-5619. 4-10-5-5
CALL NOWI no more parking hassles! 4- 6978. 4-11-4-4 block to UF. l6S/mo. Call 376-8090. 4- Rmate wtd to share Ig 3/2 house In Val-
10-5-4 30-16-4 Own big Master bdr/ba/ avail May thru wood w/ young career man. Wash/dr own

The Laurels/brand new, beautiful unfurn. Aug. $165/mo & 1/3 util at Kings Creek rm + bath. Mature cln n/s. $240 + V2util./

2bd-2ba apt avail May-Aug. Fully turn ac, 1 bdr/1 ba, sublet avail. Immediately, thru Apts. 3728275. 4-11-6-5 3352789. 4-188-5

w/d/ micro busts to UF ft SFCC. Aug. w/ option for renewal. Incl. free Looking for roomies for a GREAT,
l50/mo *.. Call Robin after ipm at 374- alarm system, wt. room sauna pool ft 4bd/2ba house. 1/2 block from campus. OWN ROOM In 2bd/1 ba apt summer C, N/S F to share 2BR/1 BA apt In Piccadilly.

4676. 4-10-5-4 morel' Call any time 335.4455 or 335- $180/mo/ & 1/4 util. Free parking I Summer close to campus, $165/mo & 1/2 util $50 Prime location Balcony overlooks court
5750. 4-13-6-4 372-5574.. 4-13-5-4. dap and last mo rent. Cheryl 377- yard with pool. 335-6766 leave msg. 4-

Summer Sublet May-Aug 3bdr/2ba 56373723135. 4-11-5-5 13-5-5

house, 1 blk from law school!, cent Rockwood Villas male n/s/ rmmt needed Sublease 4bdr/2ba townhouse for summer
heat/air, wash/dry, $500/mo, rent neg. Summer B share bdr $150/mo+1/5 util. $499/mo May FREEI Call 335- M/F ns for sum C w/ fall opt. Clean & resp. F for own bdrm/ba In a 2bdrm/2ba apt in
3748842. 4-10-5-4 5769. 4135.4 only, nr UF. $125 & 1/2 util. less If you just Regency Oaks. Avail May-Aug. Big'enough
Fully furnished wash/dry. Call Brent at
store stuff here Keith 3778308. 4-11-5- for 2. $200/mo. Call 375-0975.
335-1783 lor info 4-12-5-4
SPYGLASS sublease from May-Aug F N/S to sublet room n.xllo SFCC, new, 5 Act NowlF

3bd/3bath. Absolutely beautiful, great Rockwood Villas female n/s rmmt needed May-Aug 15, no security deposit,for more N/S for sublease In
pool area. Grab some friends & sign Howl) summer b share bdr $195mo+1/5 util Info call Carolyn 3733293. 4-13-4-4 Only $87.50 mo ft 1/2 util. gets own room. summer own room
: large house 7 bike n or campus. Great
3352830. 4-10-5-4 Sum C In 2bd/1 b. apt. $175 mo Fall-
Fully 336-8065.turn wash/dry 4125.4 security call Christi. Spring. Deps. neg. Call 335-5520 location + price! $150/mo/ + utilities. 335-
6627. 4-13-5-5
* POLOS 2bd/ba In 3/3 apt only $99 A MONTH!III!! Amanda. 4-10-4-5
$200/mo eat, Beau furn, w/d, micro wt.
OXFORD MANOR-sublease for summerwith Oaks in Call Chris for m roommate. needed to share 2bd/2ba
Regency 3 bdr
apt. Halle Plantation F N/S/ rmmt wanted
room, sauna, ft more. Avail 511. 335.5848
option to lease for fall. 2bdrm/2bath/
furn apt at Brandywlne for summerc.$120mo .
more Info. 376-9103. 2bdr/2 1/2 ba room/ba
Lv. condo own ,
message. 4-11-5-4 unfurn free. Call 3751307. 4-12-5- .
wash/dry parking no dep., 1/2 util. Call + 1/4 util. Call John at 375 2120.

Oxford Manor masterbd sublease MayAugust. 4 Point Apt. won't last long! Sublease 395-0972 Iv mess. 4-11-5-5 4-11-3-5
2 spacious rms In a 3bdr/2ba apt
Own ba In 2
washer/dryer story
Oxford Manor-2bdr/2ba. avail In May for May 4 thru Aug 15. Only $167/mo. rent F N/S for own rm In nice NW home 1/4 Rockwood Villas: N/S F for own bd/ba.
apt, next to pool, HBO $245/mo./ Call
4-11-5.4 summer c. Closest pool, tennis, weight neg. M/F. Ann or Renee at 3356493. 4- mile from UF Furn except for bd, fireplace Fully Furn, washer/dryeralarm' syst.
anytime 373-3538.
room. Call for more inlo. 376-0506 4.12- 13-5-4 hardwood floor avail Summer Move in summer or fall. $240+1/2util.
5.4 $150/mo. Robin 377-0385. 4-11-5-5 335-7363. 4-13-5-5
In The Pines DELUXE one bedroom apt

May-Aug. Seek responsible renter Imm. Country Vlllage-3bd/2ba. Pool close to Summer Sublet IN THE PINES: 2bdr/11/2 We Need 1-RMMT Starting Fall. Brand FALL! F considerate. for own bd/ba.

Price neg., fully furn. Please call 373- campus. Avail.-Sum CPartly furnished ba, Ig kitchen, living area ft pool. $380/mo New Apts Only $220/mo Call Karen 336- Pre!. to live In Windmeadowsl Please call
4105. 4-11-5-4/ $559/mo. obo. Call 377-2793 and leave & Util. 3774508. 4-13-5-4 0077. 4-12-5-5 Marcie at 336.6393 or Iv msg. 4-13-5-5

Spyglass; 3bd 3ba avail May or June, deposit msg. 4-11-5-4 Country Manor-Sublet May-Aug F/N/S to share 2bdr/l/ ba, furn., $160/mo + HEY YOUI! F N/S Wanted: Own bdr In

negotiable, lease exp July 31, op- 2brm 1 11/2 ba twnhse$325 mo. washer Ibdr/lba/ option for fall, pool tennis, 1/2 util., summer C + fall behind Norman Spring Tree. $170/mo + 1/4 util Call Michelle -

tion for renewal.' C.1I336.84311't.r' 4:30.: t dryer. Call 332-5678. 4-16-5-4 nice, clean. May rent free. 373-3260 Hall, April free, Call 37364163738926. At 3785512. 4-19-9-5
4-11-5-4 leave message. 4-13-5-4 4-12-5-5
Roommate for Fall M/F: Fully furnished

Your OWN room for $1651 or more people Windmeadowsl F to sublet summer A Own rm In 2rm apt In restored hi- 2bdr/2bath. $220/mo. 3350504. 4-16-5-
F/M for
own Ig needed for 2br Village Park avl. May-
and/or B. Own bd/ba with walk In closet. duckpond area woodflrs.firepl.screen 5
ok.May-Aug.Close Only $150/mo & 1/3 utl. Pets Dec. May rent free! Call 377-6460 Please call Marcie at, 336-6393 or Iv msg. port h 1 u155mo. r n available if needed-air unit.
Kim 3784373. "
to campus. Call evenings. 41354Beautiful 378-6021. 4-10-3-5 Female to share 2bdr/lba apt for Sum-
4115.4 __ mer. Behind Norman H.II. $175/mo & 1/2

Sublease Summer C Camelot Apts. Large spacious 3bdr/1 ba apt w/ fireplace Oxford Manor, Frmmt to share 2bd2baapt. 371752518002260502.. 4-16-5-5
2339 SW 31 PI Apt *3, 28R new carpet I, law school.
2bd/2ba overlooks pool near
avail 5/1 tit Aug 10 or longer. $240/mo1/2util. Avail may 5. Call
close 10.4.4 to campus. 33552853721509. 4- Beautiful. May FREE. Call 336-0186. 4- $299/mo. New carpet. Anytime 336-4224. 3779751. If no ans.leave msg. 41255Spyglass2 Oxford Manor neat nIl/ F to sub summer.
13-5-4 Own upstairs, br/ba. Very cleanl rent

rooms avail. May 5-summer, nego-cheapl) 1/3 util t w/d. Fall opt. Call
Brandywlne tbd fully furn apt. Sublet for for w/ fall option on
Sublease summer furnished N/S M/F 3735396. 4-13-4-5
3bdr/3ba ,
summer, avail May 7, option to renew In 2br/21/2 bth townhous Near 1-75 ft mall. 5
util. 338-8304.
Aug. $435/mo. NO SEC. Gary 378-5564. $424 mo Incl water gbg. Call 332-2868 $235/mo + 1/3 Roommate needed for summer may be

4-11-5-4 Todaylll 4-13.5-4 BRANDYWINE FURNI 2bdr/1ba. Rmmt needed 4 sumC-own bdr In Ig, 3bdr longer, In Apt. Own room ft bath,
Jacuzzi sauna, wt. room, huge pool, 1/2
twnhse (Oak Forest-$160/mo) 1/3 util $217/mo. Quiet but fun complex. Call
May rent FREEI 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD Maracaibo Manor sublet for summer term ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room 1/2 turn 4 xtr $20/mo-rmmts) r 21+n/s-cll John at 3357745.. 4-12-3-5
MANOR. Rent summer C w/ option for option for fall. 2bd/1 b., $195 a month, cable & util. 372-2857 Dennis. 4-30-28-5 3352550. 4-12-5-5

Fall. Call nowl 375-1208 Iv. message. 4- rent neg. Tracy 336-4201 Leave mes- F N/S for Summer C wFall ft Spr. option. .,

18-10-4 sag*. 4-11-3-4 Female N/S Rmmt to share 2bdr/1ba/ Apt N/S m/f for own bed & bath In SW 2bd/ba Own rm In turn apt., walk to UFI $175/mo
$175/mo & 1/2 util, walking distance to $245/mo 1/2 util. Available Immediately & 1/2 util. Call 377-9758 Ive msg. 4-16-5-
Sublease for summer with option for fall. SPYGLASS Sublease May-August UF. Call 3774244. 4-17-15-5 apt. summer and/or/ fall. Call 332-7432,
Mill Run townhouse 2bdr/1 1/2 ba. Rent BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse, furnished 4-12-5-5 A Roommate wanted, 4br 3bath house,
negotiable. Call 335-1287 leave mes- must see, please leave message Female to share 2bdr/2b Townhouse In Iv m.g. pool, W/D. Call 3789624. $185 per

sage. 4-10-4-4 336-8254. 4-13-5-4 SW Area, fully furnished wash/dryer LAKEWOOD VILLAS master bed & bath month, first, ,last, $100 deposit. Nonsmoker -
$225/mo & 1/2 util. Call at 335-6273. 4- preferred. 4-18-5-5
A 225/mo. obo. Call
avail. May 1 summer
Sublease 1 or 2 rms In 3bdr/3ba, fully Spacious condo Somerset Village, -
336-4785 Christy or Tracy J. 4-12-5-5 *
furn/equlp. Wind Meadows Apt, $210moneg. across from Shands, 2bdr/1 1/2 ba, new Rockwood Villas N/S F Own bdr/ba for N/S F to share 2bdr/1 ba apt at Home-
Sublet summer or longer sum and/or fall. $225/mo ft 1/3 Wit I. price stead. Own bdr avail $17S/mo &
Summer A, poss. C, call Jen/Julie carpet, Female' n/s 1br In 4br apt. May 5.
336-6942. 4-11-5-4 $495/mo. 376-1286. 4-13-4-4 nego for sum. 336-4998. 4-16-10-5 $175/mo+1/3util. 2blocks from cam- 1/2 utility. Call 3353745. 4-13-4-5

March Wood room avail from 5/3/90 to Sublet til July 31, F to share 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo own pus.pool.furnlshed.weekly 371-0424 Christy.maid service 4-12- Summer and/or Fall/Spring. N/S rmmt for

8/20/90. Pay only 3 mos. rent, 3bdr2ba.Call Studio for $220/monih. bdr/ba, $200/mo & 1/2 util. Pool & conve 5-5 mayl-augustSO own turn bdr/ba in Rockwood Villas, $250
Marty 3354208. 4-11-5-4 College Park. Call 371-9087. 4-12-3-4 nient.10-5 373.5423 or 904-264-3236. 4-17- ft 1/3 util. Call Pam 3354469. 4-16-5-5

w/bath in 3/2 house furnished
1 bedrm ,
Oxford Manor 2bdr/2ba We need to Apt for summer: 2bedrm, 2bath balcony,
apt. ok 1ml to
firs fence quiet
hardwd ,
CHEAPII 2 m/f rmmts needed for 3br pets Classifieds.
grill, pool side view. Live In style .
sublease from 517.8/15. Rent Is negotiable. wgas
: uf. 1 look ,Is all It will take $225, 375- .
371- home. Walk to UF, $110/mo & 1/3 utll
for 34. $550/mo.
close to UF. Room
Call us at 375-2565 ask for Joe or 7169. 41255. Continued on next page.I I
Neil 0894. 4-16-5-4 lease renewable, pet ok..Call 372-1160,



roommate for summer 2bdr/2ba, Large w/ 5 drawers-$30. Bike, ladies 2br 1 1/2 ba twnhte In axe condo Shell 1982 Buick Skyhawk white, clean Interior Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
$100/mo A util.. Will make arrangements 10-speed In good condition-$35. Rock Villa, orlg. owner. Extras Inc fire pi, auto, a/c, good student! car $1100 near Oaks Mall a ta. 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
378-9048 Leave message. 4.12.3-5 Workbench-sturdy-$35. Call 335-7696. ceiling tans w/d. If qualify assume 10% neg. Ask lor Laura or John Leave mat-. $20. 10% ditc. to itudentl. 332-8917. 4-
FHA loan w// low down. $41,900. 332- sage 335-1214. 4-13-5-9 30-75-11
I LOVE MY PLACE and you will tool 2 rms Car amp Rockford Fosgate and Yamaha 8324. Iv mess. 4-10-5-7
avail In SW, w/d pool, brand-new! m/f n/s amp & car speaker infinity CS2-K la It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
$130-200 Let's talkl 3367245. 4-16-5-5 Phasellner, car Alarm. 375-2543. 4-13-5- Assumable 8 1/2% Low down only through the U.S. Government? Get the
$310/mo P & I. Adorable Spacious IBdr (facts todayl) Call 1-708-742-1142 Ext.

Roommate Needed Starting In May to SURFBOARD 6'6", Almerrlc, squash tail, wloft, calling tan, skylight vertical 6B8. 4-10-1-9 1233 NW 10th Ave.
share 2bdr 2bath apt In Regency Oaks $150. 336-1498. 4-13-5-6 blinds, Indry rm, storage & 2 decks; Beau 372-1664 I
$220 a mo. Call Amy 372-7627. 42310. landscaping w// lot of Dogwood & Azaleas 75 VW Beetle. Lovingly restored. NEW; MC/VISA/lnsuranc I I

5 Everything MUST got 2brs, living & dining 374-4923 or 376-4702 eves/wknds. upholstery Int. pnls, carpet shks, tires, Free) Pregnancy Test
room turn.; everything In great condition 4-10-3-7 butterscotch pnt strong engine. $2100. Member I
Roommate M/F LAKEWOOD VILLAS own prices neg. call 378.1685Ieav. message. Warren 338-7392. 4-23-5-9 National Abortion Federation
bd/ba, $240 per month ft 1/3 utilities. 336- 4-13-5-6 BY OWNER luxurious 3bdr/3ba In 4-30-75-11
7450. 4-16-5-5 ROCKWOOD VILLAS. End unit, fully fur

Amiga 1000 computer 3 drives, monitor nished & upgraded Interior. Assumable 10 WANTEDLocal SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
Regency Oaks Roommate for Summer C, printer $1200 obo. 18' Diamond back mortgage. For Info call 3359124. 4-13-5- Get confidential letting and treatment at
3bd 2ba 1/3 utll turn. May's rent free) Apex atb $600 call Tony 371.2251 Iv. 7 Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
Call Janet 3959083. 4-12-3-5 message. 4-13-5-6 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 30-75-11
8 MOTORCYCLES Jewelry 373-9243. 43075.10
Roommate to live wmale grad student MUST SELL!! Couch and recliner set, Call AAA STORAGE

HAWAIIAN VILLAGE 2br/1ba/ $197.50 3359710. 4-13-5-6 Sick of parking? 87 Honda Elite Scooter WANTED Toyota pickup 1981 to 1983 (for Close to UF, Convenient
mo. own room. 375-3793 leave message. 4900 miles excellent condition $600. half hour photographing. Will pay. Call 4x4x4 $15/mo/
Sum sublet. 4-18-5-5 MUST SELL! VCR, TV, Queenbed microwave 3772357. 4-18-10-8 375-8710. 4-11-7-10 4x8x8 $2S/mo
table w/4 chairs, all in excellent
533 SW 2nd Ave.
Lakewood Villas M/F own room and bath condition. Call 378-2202. 377-1771
1986 Honda Spree. Excel. cond. Call Crew To Sail to Mexico 4-30-75-11
$190/mo I 1/3 utll. Call Dean at 335-
Gary 335-4781.. 4-10-5-8 Need
6363. 4-12-3-5 Furniture: desk $60 wallunits $50, 2 Teacher sailing to Mexico.
lamps $10 each, dormsize frig $40 must cook/deckhand/ You pay for food only. ** GATOR MOVING **
Suzuki I llOOr 1987 4000 miles only
gsxr May-June This is your chance to enjoy the
sell call Kurt 335-9125 In
6 FOR SALE pm. 4-11-3-6 $3500 O.b.o. call 3778510. 4-135-8 leisurely pace of sun, fun and more sun. Full/Serv Mov/Storige/Packing/ 1-
Call Mike, evenings 813-949-7744. 4-12- Item/Hie Full. Days/Eves. Long dls.
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more Like new twin bed. $$50 obo 336- 85 Honda Rebel 250 black/chrome 15k 5.10 Llc/lnt. H.rry/BiIl374.47111. 4-30-75-11
brands are all at our New Location! Car 6342. 4-11-3-6 miles $700 obo Call Chuck 373-1891 eve.
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- 4-13-5-8
2070. 4-30-75-6 AUDIOPHILE CD player. 3 repeats, mute,
ambience, compresion, lots more. Call 1980 Suzuki GS 1000G $900. Call after French Addiction Alley Katz Corner
Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, Todd 335.7985 225. 4.112.8 7pm 372-3814. 41658AUTOS
Infinity Kicker Code Alarm.' The Best Lingerie Boutique ,1'III
Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo For Sale: Compact computer with 20 meg Bowling 0 Billiards
to Go. 375-1834. 4-30-75-6 hard disc printer and monitor. Must selll 9
Will take best offer. Rich 395-8635. 4-23- ALE }i$0 0 MinI-Golf 0 Lounge

CAR ALARMS installed remote control 10-6 SUPRA
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 1983 Toyota Celica Supra 5-spd, good 819 W. Unl. AYe. 373.6628 373-3833
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message. FISHTANK .. 55 Gallon includes: filter cond., all maintenance records, 4000.
4-30-72-6 pump, gravel heater, lighted hood and air Call Mark 371-8172. 4-13-6-9
hose $150. Call Dave 336-9019. 4-12-3
Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman. Home CAMARO 85 Grey ps, pb, pw, pwlock
and Car Stereo. Pioneer Stneul, Sherwood MUST SELL Mans Puch 10 speed $125. lowliest, V6 fuel Injection. 53 Kodo $4750 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
and more. We Beet All Prlceel TV Stand $35 Sofa & Love Seat $400. obo. Call Rob M. 373-3708. 4-10-5-9
3733754. 4-30-69-6 372-0057. 4-13-4-6 by Trude Michel Jaffe
1988 Pont LeMans Great deal. SIP, a/c/ ,
MICRO CENTER/ Computera 376-1146 Car speakers, hard to find Kenwood 6X9s ps, red. fully serviced new brakes tune
Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate cost over $200 like new $150. 3718130. up, etc. Must get rid of. Call 336-7723 and ACROSS 3 Bellowing 39 Gave way to 51 Type of orange
H P. Price same or lower than mail Iv mlg. 4-11-5-9 1 On -: equal 4 Decorate again fear 52 Kukla's pal
order, Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 2 sets single boxspring and mattress 1 set 5 Pocket change 5 Slide 40 Shadow 53 Sing Swiss
((28ms), graphics monitor '.. originally $550, both only $150. Peugeot 1987 DODGE CHARGER black. 5-spd, 9 Before noon 6 artery 45 Resident of style
MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295 menu bike 1 yr new $275, now $135. 338- ac, great shape, asking $4200, eves 14 19th cen. 7 Fen Toledo 54 Rigging
4001 4-12-3-6 wknds. 378-8574. 4.12-5-9
MC 386SX $1495. Northgate 386/20
Frenchillustrator 812/24/ or 12/31/ 46 Dykstra orDeighton supports
$2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd ft battery
$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics CHOICEI! Ibanez electric lead guitar w/ '82 Mazda 626 low miles, power everything 9 Llama's kin 55 Theater box
monitor $970.1 ft 3 year warranties. hard case exc. cond. $250 obo. Call with sunroof runs great $3000 obo 15 Popular name 10 Mountain base 48 Wear away 56 Jai -
Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer 3354555. 4-13-4-6 371.8298. 4-10-3-9 in Oslo 11 Veritable 50 Pays attention 58 Craze

$185. HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 3743 W. 16 Navigational 12 Merit to 59 Romanian coin
for sale. Sofabed B..utlfuII1187 Subaru GL-XT. Must sell
Moving, Everything
University Ave. 4-30-65-6 syst. 13 TLC dispensers
chairs, tables, stands, etc. 1222 NW 8th ASAP. In perfect cond will make offer
17 Owl howl 21 Japanese ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
Ave e5. 371-9087. 4-12-3-8 Diana 374-4785/377-8285 Iv msg. 4-13-
FUTON & FRAME SALE! 5-9 18 Telegram Immigrant TAL I S PRY G11111 I .

From only $200. per set. Queen size waterbed, bookcase headboard 19 Comes down in 22 Stray nnnrn nnnn I nnnnn'
Call Matt 3775650. 4-30-26-6 padded rails 2 sets of sheets buckets 24 Express
$200. Korg guitar effect Peavey elec. guitar 20 Sweet potatoes 27 Hot Houlihan
HP 17b calculator color tv, couch, $200. 3354832. 4-16-5-6 22 Consumed of 0 A N Q A Y L E R SN r

loveseat typewriter desk dresser night PREPARE 111,03 23 New Zealand 28 "M'A'S'H"Y lET U G ENE
stand. Will negotiate. Call Bob at 335-
6684. 4-10-5-6 7 REALESTATE city on the Avon lake
25 East Lansing 29 Social nnnnnn. nnn- nnnn I

Apt full of furn. GREAT for guys. 2 twin Oakbrook Condo 2bd/2ba/ furn., ground JUNE Univ. engagement PAL MY R A. 8 MIU Ig E 0

beds book cases, couch love seat coffee floor, pool lid.. Take over payments or 26 Followed 30 Slightly open E R LIE GAR L AISIT E 0
table, etc. Call JEN at 3721987. 4-
make oiler. 376-9743. 4-10-10-7 30 &
10-5-6 31Spaceagcy. .SIC 0 R _L RIC H A R Y
33 Straight 32 604, to Cato LIS 810 N. OICI. .
Must Selll Excel. cond, condo 2br/2ba, 36 Money In 34 Moral
Furniture must sell. Fouton mattress $100 Pebble Creek area 2739 39 Dr., Call 813- I N LAW F T I Z W A LI E R
negotiable. Study desk & chair $65 neg. 666-5686 or 8138823525. 43024.7 ..aarse 37 Arum Naples philosophy S P I K E A T A .1 H 0 P E
King wtrbd semi-waveless, pad rails $170 family 35 Fraternity letter
obo. Call 336-8439 after' 4:30.: 4-11-5-6 member 38 Type of needle AUGER nnnn. nnnci
1005 Welt' 41 "It's to nmriin nrnmn. nnnn I
Paul McCartney tickets, Tampa April 12. fIo I. UniversityeXfir Tell..."
373-1234 4/10/90/ /
373-70731..v. message. 4-12-6-0
OO3f1Q'n 42 King of Tyre

Surfboard 63. Belltz 8 mos. old, in great t 23rd Avenue GMATCLASSES 43 Observe
Trattoria treat
shape $180 OBO. 395-9616. 4-11-5-6
Now 3 locations! 375-1234 47 Hoopster's org. 1

RCA 25" color tv-$75 two 10-speed 49 Joseph
New Location!
bikes-Nlshlki and Fugl. Good condition. Roses 2122 SW Wambaughnovel
Leave Message. 3322528. 4-12-5-6 34th Street STARTGRE..April

:Wth Street Pt.u$1495DOZ 55 Paris1Quarter
Bdr set 4 sale: exc cond walnut finish-dot 336-1234 12LSAT..April -
dresser w/mir.$99 nltest $35 desk+chr
$65, bkshelf $20-also.cffetbl $20.caIl335.! 57 Clam's cousin:
2550. 4-12-5-6 ********* 16 Var.

T,Apple tie monitor.duodrlve.printerisoft- < WILD HAIR 4 58 Leaf manuscript of a 33

ware. $400 or best offer. Call 336-9513 59 Press 37
leave message. 4-11-4-6 "J' Nexus: disclosure

iC HAIRCUT J sometimes
Moving-Must Sell! Foldover Couch and ss
two chair $75. Ent.Center $40. Call 378- ..f $20 PERM curly or body 60 "IvTA'S'H"actor
8287 after 7pm. 4-12-5-6 $JS SPIRAL PERM *J
61 Capital of
"J' $18 Hi-LIGHTS ) 45 54 51
.? Sofa $75, Queen bed $150, dresser $25.tv 62 Advantage
stand $15. All In good condition. All $45 LEISURE CURL ...... 63 Layer 57
nego. 335-3835. 4."-4-8 $20 RElAXER 3 64 Condescend
.Jc C $2S CARE-FREE CURL 65 Secondhand

FOR SALEWaterbed f ME & CHILDREN.... EDUCXmtML 66 Snlggler's
sofa, dlningroom table, endt- "J' WALK WELCOME
able, chairs and much more-call at 338- !ll'frlAlISTSINCr! 1.M

I 377-0014 1 Type ofCommittee
FOR SALE graduating! Blaupunkt Houston iC 374-8687 *

remote control car stereo$150obo 21g 4f GATOR PLAZA 13th St. & Univ.* 409 S.W. 2nd Ave. 2 Rdo, Is one *IWO Lot Angeles Times Syndicate 4/10/90/ /
loveieats $22ea weight set 125lb+bench,
Charlie3733296. 4-10-2-6 *********r

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.APRIL 10, 19M. ALLIGATOR. 17, .


Trailer 8ft high by 40 ft long by 8 ft *Typlng reports business legal $1/page, accurate fast, reliable. Graduate Experienced nursery attendants needed. 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
wide lor summer storage purposes. For resumes cassettes transcribed application school approved, 11 I years exp. Mary Need recommendations. Call Mary Lou
info 332-8878 Mr. Kaplan. Iv mig ft phone letters notary *etc. Available 372-0706. 4-11-2-12 Miller 378-1527 Tues. or Wed.3.. 4."- sell
427.15.11SLEEPY 24 hours/7 days3722777. terminals & pc's, buy, ,
I Great QUA I-
trade, rent & repair. prices

HOLLOW HORSE FARM I... Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, 13 HELP WANTEDAVON FEDERAL JOBS ITY. CDCS 818 W Univ. 3380378. 4-30-

ions boarding woodier facilities Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T.LI.t. Above average earningsAll
hay rides parties sales working WCS 917 NW 131h. 373-9822. 4.30.75. 375-6967 occupations free details 15 PERSONALSLADIES

students accepted. 468-3224, 3758080. 12 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. 804-485-1 Ext El05. 4115.13 B.n.lilliniuranc.. 4-30-75-13 MAKE MONEY
MICRO CENTER/ Typing 376-0339. Full MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Excellent career We buy & sell good used clothing.Call .
*SUNBELT MOVING* ft self service computing. Typing starts @ NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER opportunity for motivated goal' oriented Second Act. 373.8527.
1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for and productive Individual,degree
Professional Moving/Picking ft Supplies. resumes $2.50/hr 15page./ Laser program specialists: Team Sports, Tennis Health Sciences or previous supervisory Great
1 ItemHome full. Local/Lng dlst. Llc/lns. typeset graphics spell check theses ; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire: experience preferred. Must be willing to prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical
Priced for Students I Marty 375MOVE. 4- papers special characters employment Mah-Kee-NscBoys( ) 190 Linden Ave, relocate, full benefits, please stop by Laboratory 376-5563 618 SW 4 Ave. 1

databases mailmerge training. Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeeglrls( ), 16 Gainesville Plasma, a diviiion of North block from Ala Gen. 4-30-75-15
*FREE* WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 4-30- Horseneck Road, Montvllle NJ 07045. American Biologlcali Inc. on 238 SW 4th
Pregnancy Test 65-12 Please call 1-600-776-0520 41848.13 Ave. 4-11-5-13 Natural Foods and Vitamins
Birkenstock Sandals.
Gainesville CENTER Women'sHEALTH Typing/Word Processing. Quality depend Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew In search of a hardworking, energetic person Sunflower Health Foods
able service. Reasonable rates. Laser psoriasis medication. 331-5378. 4- Interested In learning how to assist 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
720 NW 377.5055 23rd Avenue printer. 377-8175 III 9:00pm.: 4-30-29-12 30.47.13 athletic' people buying athletic footwear 43075.15

and apparel.' No phone calls. Lloyd Clarke
ABORTION (To 24 Wks) Typing/Wordprocesslng, WordPerfect Sports 1504 NW 13 St. 4-10-4-13 PREGNANT? Don't gu.... Get immediate
BIRTH CONTROL 5.1, quality work fast r..ult..low rates, EARN $35This test remits from a reliable source ,

Gynecology Services dependable personal service. Tara 332- week for new donors for 2 plasma Medical Receptionist full or part time positions PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4-

1469. 4-30-54-12 donations on our new automated ma availble, apply at Gainesville 3075.15
CALL CJ THE DJ chines. Special bonus programs each Plasma 238 SW 4th Avenue. 4-11-5-13
Word Processing Professional qualityat NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
month. Free refreshments' free parking.
DJ service 375-8483.. 4-13-36-11
pro student prices. Fast reliable, service. Experienced staff serving you since 1969. Art.Graphici.Art ed, etc, 10 hrs per week, Get special student discounts on exams
MOVING? Grad school, law school experience. 378- Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 begin c term 5 blocks from UF, art letterIng and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT-
7128. 4-13-10-12 SW 4th Ave. job. $4.00 hr to start. Reply to box HOOD. 3770881. 4-30-75-15
Resourceful student w/full/ size truck will 378-9431 Mon-Frl 6-7 Sat. per

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longtime ,
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Some sports I Pitchers at a premium for Gators I I IBy

make us singa ALEX MARVEZ

Alligator Writer

With the UF baseball team strugglingto
happy tune stay in the race for the Southeastern
Conference title, the Gators' seldom-
used pitchers probably will be appearingin
,J Today's column: A reason to smile on an two non-conference games this weekto

otherwise uneventful Tuesday. rest a weary staff for an SEC weekend
Anybody remember pop singer Anne Murray? series against Mississippi State.
You know, back in the early '80s. Heard on Sophomore Chris Law, a right-handed
radio stations like ""WOLDl Music of Your transfer from Palm Beach Community
Life"before she dropped off the face of the earth. College, probably will make his first start yh
She had a song called "A Little Good News of the season at 7 tonight when the A
and the chorus of the song concludes with "We Gators ((19-17 overall, 4-5 in the SEC) SA4
all could use/A little good news/Today." play at Jacksonville University.Law .
has appeared as a spot reliever in
*Jason Davis eight games this year,posting a 2.65 ERA
and earning a save in one inning of relief .
March 22 in a 3-0 shutout of Massachusetts. o/

UF's starter for Wednesday's 7 p.m. AV
Actually,this bit of musical trivia has very littleto game against Southeastern Louisiana .
do with this column. Blame it on the AM radio ((14-17-1)) at Perry Field has not been "
that's playing in (Alligator sports department.After announced. :;::?: ..., ,
nearly a year of nothing but bad news "(Chris) is available and the most : .' .. 'I" !;'
coming from the UF sports scene, maybe it is ready to throw right now," UF coach Joe r- : .
time for a little good news today. Arnold said. "In relief, we've got to use : .
Doug Brennan, Todd McCray, Mike ..
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Miller and Scott Monk. (Cord) Corbitt is KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-AlLIGATOR
Meet a coach who really cares. also a possibility. UF's Herbert Perry slides into base Sunday during the Gators' 5-3 loss to LSU I I

The UF gymnastics team pulled off one of the "We're going to be pitching by com- at Perry Field.
biggest surprises in recent history Saturday mittee. We plan to go with everyone,
scheduled for movedto
Sunday was
Left-hander Matt 4.78
Brady ((2-2,
because we cannot with too
night at the NCAA Regional Championships. go anyone
3 p.m. Friday for a live telecast on ERA) is the probable starter for the Dol-
a. The Gators didn't win the meet,but their score ESPN, thus throwing off UF's pitching
Part of the reason the Gators are phins ((27-11)).Marc Marini(.430,25 RBI)
of 190.425 was high enough for them to qualifyfor rotation.UF .
leads Jacksonville in offensive cat-
nationals anyway. It took everything they had strapped for pitching is the use of seven every
to get that score, with them being ranked 13th of their 10 pitchers over the weekend in which lost two of three games to egory except triples and home runs.
in the nation, to be among the 12 teams goingto a three-game SEC series against Louisiana LSU, is in sixth-place in the SEC. MSU, Earlier this season, the Gators shutout
Corvallis, Ore. State. which lost two-of-three games to Auburnover Jacksonville 5-0 at Perry Field.
Few thought the Gators had any chancewhen Also, the Gators' home series against the weekend, is second behind
national scores were compiled late that night.So MSU ((20-9,8-4)) was moved up a day.The Georgia ((28-8,9-3)). see Gators page 19

when UF coach Ernestine Weaver found
out the good news the next morning, she called
our her.gymnastics reporter at home to tell Series with 'Bama officially scrapped

Usually, coaches let the P.R. people make the The Southeastern Conference an- Canceling this year's series will not the road. The latter choice would have
phone calls. But Weaver's unbridled love for the nounced Monday the UF baseball team affect either team's SEC standing, as given UF six of nine SEC series on the
sport and her team shone through. That was would not be penalized for canceling a the conference winner is determinedby
class. It's hard to find football and basketball three-game series last month against winning percentage. Next year's se- road.UF
coaches who will do the same thing. Alabama. ries still will be played in Gainesville.Last decided not to choose either op-
tion last Friday, leaving the choice to
EN The Gators elected not to travel to Thursday, the SEC contacted the SEC. Arnold said the school would
Talk about class. play the Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa, UF Athletic Director Bill Arnspargerand have protested either of the two earlier
Ala., March 17-18 because of the hos- Coach Joe Arnold and gave the options to the SEC.
When the UF baseball team
suddenly can-
pitalization and subsequent death of Gators the option of forfeiting two
celed road series Alabama
three-game against
pitcher Steve Georgiadis. games or playing next year's' series on ALEX MARVEZ
of the and
c last month because hospitalization
subsequent death of pitcher Steve Georgiadis, I I
word was that the Southeastern Conference
probably would make the Gators forfeit all three
games. Determination pays off for gymnast I

Monday afternoon,the SEC announced it sim

'ply-would strike the games from the schedule, By SHARON GINN place in the top three on any event. Winstonettes Gymnastics Club,she was on
and not make the Gators play a series that had Writer But the applause for the 5-foot-l gymnast the Canadian National Team in 1985,1987, I
many painful memories attached to it. is long overdue. McDonald sat out and 1988. She placed
Apparently, even some corporations have Long before she was an international her freshman year after injuring her 9 second in the 1988 Ca-
compassion. competitor, even longer before she came knee during her balance beam dis- nadian Olympic Tri-
.c. to UF, Christina McDonald saw a gymnastin mount at the 1989 season opener.She als, and was named
action on television and decided she is just now becoming the collegiate captain of 1988 Cana-
Dan Ormes' task for the last four months or wanted to go to the Olympics. competitor that Gators coach Ernes- dian Olympic Team.McDonald .
so has been trying to get the 13th annual AC. McDonald is used to getting what she tine Weaver thinks she can be. said
Moore Soccer Tournament off and running.As wants. She's also used to working for it. There's still so much more to going to the Olympicswas

president of the UF soccer club, he's got The sophomore from Whitby, Ontario, come," Weaver said. "She has so the fulfillment ofa
"-a good start. Eight of the region's best teams is best known to UF gymnastics fans for many tricks in her backpack that shehasn't dream, but the trip
will be here this weekend for the tournament, her graceful floor routines and her perfor- pulled out yet. She's playing to Seoul, Korea,
held in various locations on campus. mances on bars. She has been wowing right now. She's testing the waters. i opened- her eyes.
"We're trying to target the UF students who audiences and winning events since the "But she's doing it with a great deal McDonald "I went into it a little -
of the of knowledge of self. Christina is such blind," she said. "I
want to see soccer, said Ormes, the club's beginning season.
an experienced international competitor should have realized that this is not absolutely -
goalkeeper. "Everything's going well for us.We've At last weekend's NCAA Southeast Re-
been working hard to get this in order. gional, for example, McDonald scored a that meets.she" knows how to peak for the big perfect. There's a lot of things that

Now we want everyone to come out." 9.775 on the uneven bars to take second. go on.

_. m, Ormes has done a good job. It's up to us to She and junior Pam Titus, who won the McDonald has run the gamut of interna.
*, ..witness his work. floor exercise, 'were the' only Gators to tional competition. As a member of see McDonald page 19 u