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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 138 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11,1990 coaching

for easing racial tension nears completion I

By GEOFF BOUCHER diversity day or week highlighting various this suggestion came up in the first place." Gonzalez, an education professor said. "I
Alligator Staff Writer cultures run in the same manner as DisabilAfter some debate, the task force also think we're seeing how little people know
ity Awareness approved a recom about the situations,and how little we know.
Last December, the Quality of Life Task Week. Task force All these people we intermendationtoconduct This is a way to collect information on these
Force was created to diagnose the problems members said the. an on-going survey to factors and see where they stand.
facing UF minority students. Now, a dozen goals of the annual viewed told us they keep track of black "Let's get the information and let the
meetings later, the group is on the verge of event may be similar thought. Hispanics and Hispanic opinions experts decide," he said.UF's .
completing a list of 23 ideas it hopes will to those Black were problems, grad-
cure those problems.The History! Month and doing fine. I think we'reseeing uationdatesdropoutHispanic ? prompted poor task minority force members retention to recom-rate

19-member task force Tuesday addedan Heritage how little 1 people rates and grade point mend an evaluation of UFs various tutorial
Week, but the new While
Institute of Hispanic Culture, a campus- averages. efforts to make sure help is available and
wide celebration of diversity and an on- event would have know about the situations, some membersmore advertised. Members said recruitment and
going study of minority problems to the list meaning be- thought the survey retention might improve if UF's Preview
it wouldn't be and how little know. would send
cause we a message -
of suggestions it must give UF President that taskstudents' program, designed to greet newly regis-
supported by the
John Lombardi by Sunday. tered freshmen, had more diversity.
activity Gerardo Gonzalez force had not done its
The 12 members present Tuesday voted fees. job, co-Chairman Task force members also want more
unanimously to establish a Hispanic equiv- Task force co-chairman Gerardo Gonzalez money for UFs mentor program, which
alent to the Institute of Black Culture,which "It would be a said the investigation assigns minority students to faculty mem-
focuses on black literature, history and art. show of faith from would build on its work. bers for individual guidance, and a commit-
Members also suggested the facility have the university, a sign that the institution is ment to language skills classes for studentssee
meeting rooms and be staffed by Hispanics. in support of campus diversity," graduateAll these people we interviewed told us Recommendations, page 9
Members also approved UF-sponsored student Antoinette Jones said. "That's why they thought Hispanics were doing fine,"


unequal pay isdiscriminatory

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About 15 UF professors say they make less money than
their colleagues because of sex or race discrimination, but
some administrators don't agree.
Administrators said they decided last month not to give
the professors a raise because the salaries are lower for
reasons other than discrimination.The .
professors are appealing to get their share of$500,000that
i'f ly. .>2$S i 4W the state Legislature set aside to pay for salary discrim-
Academic Affairs Associate Vice President Catherine
Longstreth,whose office analyzes professors'discrimination
claims, said she hasn't found any discrimination in the 15
she's looked at so far. But she still has a few more claims to
look through,which will be done by the end of the semester,
she said.
The professors whose claims were denied by Longstrethare
appealing to the Salary Equity Appeals Committee,which
meets twice a week. If that appeal is denied the last optionis
to go to UF President John Lombardi.It's .
difficult to explain to professors why they won't receivea
raise to compensate for discrimination when they believe
they should, Longstreth said. Other factors such as perfor-
mance,evaluations and when professors got their doctorates
determine salary, she said.
Sex or race discrimination is not the main reason for

< differences among professors' salaries, Longstreth said. In-
." .u stead it is salary compression which indicates a new
/1'1 professor is hired at a higher salary than a professor who's
been employed for many years.
Gainesville police officers guard Jerome Elwood Morgan, 26, of Gainesville at about 11:30: a.m. "Discrimination is very hard to determine," Longstrethsaid.
."You need to pull it apart piece by piece. Unfortunately,
Tuesday In front of Central Motor Supply, 1208 E University Ave. While police searched for a man who we can't use (the$500,000)) for salary compression or other
robbed two other men at 113 SE 10th St., they found Morgan In a fenced-in area of the business. kinds of inequities, as much as we'd like to."
Morgan was captured by police dog Alf, who bit him in the lower right leg. Morgan, who was chargedwith Victor Yellens, academic support systems director, said
burglary, was treated for four puncture wounds and then taken to the Alachua County jail, wherehe faculty members don't usually get raises beyond the one for
was being held without bond Tuesday night. Police still had not found the robbery suspect Tuesday. making full professor and the annual five percent increase
Morgan Is scheduled to appear in court today. His bail, if any, will be decided then. unless UF is trying to ward off another university'ssee

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Research Assistant needed to gather data Gerontology Majors needed to work with senior
for consumer satisfaction surveys. Must have strong clients in a mental health program. Several job Study will require four 12-hour stays
organizational and computer skills. Good work ex descriptions to choose from.PhotographerScript Monday through Friday over a 6-8 week period.

perience. Located on campus. Writer needed to take slidesof MALES & FEMALES 18-45 NON-SMOKERS
Alachua residents interested in computer experience senior volunteers at work sites and to write a script MUST WHEEZE OR COUGH WHEN EXPOSEDTO
and volunteer work close to home needed. for the slides. Expenses will be paid by agency. CATS OR DUST
Court Administrative Office needs assistance in Language Majors needed to exchange language HAVE NO OTHER MEDICAL CONDITIONSCALL

reshelving books,inserting new publications in books skills with a foreign born. Enjoy conversation in your 392-9086
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Light Aerobics/Exercise Instructor needed to familiar with English.For .
work with emotionally disturbed clients. Hours information call or write The Volunteer Center,

flexible. P.O. Box 14561, Gainesville, FL 32604. 378-2552.


: Volunteers for International Association will meet tonight at 6:30: for the Florida Special Olympics j
Student Affairs will meet this eve- in Matherly Hall Room 18. Call May 18-20. Call the Special Olympics
ning at 6 in the Reitz Union. Room Janice, 378-8127. Volunteer Hotline, 374-0814.
number will be posted in the EAG: Environmental author Peter Singles' :Trinity United Methodistwill You Are
elevator Call 375-2715.! Matthiessen will read from his \ have a Singles Seminar called
Water: UP Canoe and Rafting works tonight at 8 in Norman Hall Healthy Relationships' April 21 at
Club will meet tonight at 6 to plan Room 107. Call Marjorie Sandor, the church. Register before Tuesday [Cordially Invited!
next weekend's trip. Call 3771207. 392-0777. April 17. Call 376-6615.
Women's studies: The Women's Republicans: College Meditation: There will\ be a Sid-
Studies Society will meet this eve- Republicans will meet tonight at 7 in dha Meditation Intensive Saturdayand To Attend A Free (Seminar On
ning at 6. For directions, call Lori, Reitz Union Room 349. Call 395- Sunday, at the Meditation Cen
373.1507. 7223. ter. Advance registration is re-
PAD Pre-law: Phi Alpha Delta will\ Easter gifts: The Gainesville quired. Call 378-1772. LAW SCHOOL
meet tonight at 7:30: in Reitz Union Jaycees are collecting canned goods Artists:The Reitz Union Program
Room 361 for nomination of new of and small toys for the needy for Council's Arts Committee needs ADMISSIONS
ficers. Call Amie, 3761421. Easter. They also need monetary people to paint murals in third floor
TRAC: The Transfer Student Activities donations and sponsors to fill bas- meeting rooms. Call, 3921655. GAINESVILLE
Council will\ meet tonight at 7 kets. Call Alberte Meade, 4959562or Crisis:The Alachua County Crisis
in Reitz Union Room 334. Call Matt the Jaycees, 376-9836. Center is looking for new Crisis Line Holiday Inn West (SR 26 & 1-75))

Bald 376-1757 Clothes Rip-Off: Gamma Sigma counselors. Fifty hours of training in Wednesday, April 11, 1990 @ 7:30 P.M.
Wind: The Gator Sail Club will Sigma will have boxes in laundry Suicide and Crisis Intervention is

meet tonight at 7 in Turlington Hall rooms across campus to collect provided. Call 372-3659. Topicsdacussed by Top Provisional Speakers will include:
L005 for a club meeting and Leisure clothes for the needy. Donations will EAG: Environmental author When and where to apply;admission criteria I of top programs;
Class. Call Rob, 373-1566. go to the Salvation Army and the David Rains-Wallace will\ read from how to make your letters of recommendation count; what
Rights: The Gainesville Chapterof Halfway House. Call 3924094.AA his works Thursday night at 8 in schools look for in your personal statement;how to explain bad
Amnesty International will meet : Drinking problems?The Student Fine Arts Building Room 105. Call [grades and /how to be ready for the LSAT exam
tonight at 7:30: at the St. Augustine Group of Alcoholics Marjorie Sandor, 392-0777.
Student Center to discuss an anti- Anonymous meets every Thursday ACTS: The Apostolic Christians CALL BflR/BRI AT 1-800-777-EXflM \
death penalty protest march. Call night at 8:30: in Reitz Union Room Touching Students will meet
392-2198. 357. Call Pat Pocklington, 335-1796.! Thursday night at 6:59: in Reitz TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT
FMA: The Financial Management Olympics: Volunteers are needed Union B-70. Call 4913475.
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Former UF students receive 3 years probation '1


By DUANE MARSTELLER Sanders also withheld adjudication of Both Powers and Van Brakel said they crouching behind a car In an unlighted area
if both their drunk the of Nov. 21 of the lot.
Alligator Staff Writer guilt, meaning they satisfy were extremely night parking
probation requirements, they won't have a 1989, when they smashed car windows and Powers and Van Brakel will have to pay
Two former Beaty Towers roommates criminal record. stole radios, speakers, amplifiers and other restitution for the damage they caused and
charged with breaking into several cars in Powers and Van Brakel, former UF stu- stereo equipment from cars in the North- items they stole, including $1,000 to Gary
a UF parking lot and stealing almost $2,300in dents who lived at 902 West Beaty Towers, South Drive commuter lot. Struik, whose 1974 Volkswagen Beetle's

stereo equipment last November pleadedno both could have faced five years in prisonon "I broke into several cars and took itemsof vinyl top was slashed, and $624 to Richard
contest to the charges Tuesday and were the burglary charges. value from the cars," Powers wrote in his Field, who lost an AM-FM cassette deck,
placed on three years probation. Powers also faced four other burglary plea bargin. "All of the break-ins occurredin two woofers, two speakers and an amplifier-

Circuit Judge Elzie S. Sanders placed counts, three counts of petit theft and one one lot while I was intoxicated." equalizer from his 1981 VW Scirocco.

William Powers III,20,and John Van Brakel, count of granfl theft. Van Brakel also was UF police arrested Powers, a sophomore
19, on three years probation after they charged with two more burglary counts,one management major, Nov. 28 and chargedhim They also are required to pay three other
UF students total of $672 for items that
pleaded no contest to one count of burglary. count of grand theft and one count of petit with causing $1,000 damage to one car a
Sanders also ordered Powers and Van theft. and stealing more than $700 in stereo equip- were

Brakel to pay$1,000 in court costs and repay Prosecutors dropped the other chargesas ment from two others. Harry Shorstein,Powers'lawyer,and Jeff-
$2,296 to the owners of the cars they broke a result of plea negotiations, Assistant Van Brakel was arrested the night of the ery Meldon,Van Brakel's lawyer, could not
into, all of whom are UF students. State Attorney Claudia Clary said. break-ins after a UF police officer saw him be reached for commentTuesday afternoon.

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proposed constitutional amend-
ment that would extend
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government laws to the I
Gov. Bob Martinez spoke to Legislature. If lawmakers ap-

Gainesville's: Area Chamber of prove it, the amendment will apCommerce -
Tues- pear on November'sday
giving his general election bal
views on the lottery,
." the environment, lot."I 1 think shouldlet
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drug Florida decide he
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drugs are also part ha f.hou.p.eech. ,
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treatment and pre the crowd was an in-

I .. vention should remain a state priquiry about how lottery money

<< d... '.. ority. should be used. Martinez said he
e .. nnl "The best way to drive the drug receives many calls from people
6 .. .. ., pushers out of business is if there who don't understand that lotteryis
.. J .... no buyer,"Martinez said. "And money is supposed to pay for
Point-blank HEbblt RANI-ALLIGAtOR our best hope are those in school educational luxuries.

today,that they won't be buyers." "There are a lot of mixed sig-
Juan Garcia Jr., manager of a Sprint Food Store in Gainesville, takes stance with his
Martinez also talked about sevnals out there about what the
unloaded .357 Magnum Colt Python at Harry Beckwith's Indoor Pistol Range on Highway eral government-reform ideas lottery was supposed to do and

441 in Micanopy Tuesday afternoon. that he is backing, including Senate what it does do," he said. "But it
President Bob Crawford's does go to education."

Student observers Say tuna controversy exaggerated .

., If --
the facts and not falsities." they don't care but they do." observer, said sometimes he was restrictedby
By Writer Thompson said the mortality rate of dol- Thompson's observations support the captain from climbing to the mast
phins caught by American fishermen is Felando's statements. She said while she top, making observation of the dolphins
Amid the commotion over whether UF lower than what the environmental groups, was on a tuna fishing boat she saw fishermen difficult. In general, he said, the captain and
should change tuna brands for one that is such as the Earth Island Institute, report. help dolphins out of the nets. Thompson crew did not cooperate fully.

"dolphin safe," two UF students who ob- According to information compiled by the spent three months in 1987 gathering dol- But no matter how difficult the crew

served tuna fishing say the protests are United States Tuna Foundation, 92 percentof phin data. makes it, government observers rarely fal-

exaggerated. each set each time a net is hauled in "On my boat there were three of them sify dolphin mortality data, Thomason said.
Wendy Thompson and Jim Thomason, kills one dolphin.But (fishermen) that would dive in with the "Most of the (observers) who work on
UF Wildlife students observed yellowfin these boats he said. "You
both San Francisco Earth Island Institute porpoises, Thompson said. They would are biologists,
tuna fishing in the eastern tropical Pa- spokesman Gary Cook said information pro- just keep helping these porpoises over and are a biologist because you are concerned
cific. Both were placed on boats to count the moting tuna boycotts around the country is chasing these porpoises down to wash them about what is going on out there. It's not

number of dolphins caught and/or killed in compiled from private studies done by his out (from the nets) until no porpoises could like we are people off the streets who may
purse seine nets. Thompson and Thomason institute and from the National Marine fish- be seen." or may not be interested in porpoise."
counted the dolphins as part of an entry level Under the Marine Mammal ProtectionAct
eries Service. Cook said an average of two Felando said one such incident caused
job as biological technicians. dolphins is killed every set, and that some- the death of a captain's son, Jerry Correia. of 1972, all American boats must havean
After months of observing American fish times more than two are killed. Correia was in the water pushing porpoisesover observer and dolphin-release methods.

ing vessel practices, both say they believethe The Fisheries Service could not be the net when he was attacked by a They also cannot have more than one speed-
students and
information being given to reached for comment. shark. He bled to death on the ship. Felando boat accompany each vessel.
faculty is slanted to grab attention. also said porpoises entangled in nets and These regulations are enforced to protect
American Tuna Boat Association Presi-
"It's such an emotional thing, that peopleare
hauled up to power blocks have fallen on spinner, striped and common dolphin spe-
emotional involvement dent August Felando said the images of the
to an
really quick and caused said. If tuna boats
fisherman injuries. cies, Thompson fishing
said. fishing industry put out by environmental
Thompson "That's one of the reasons we want to get reach a quota for one of these species,
groups are not true, and the crews of the
"It's tactic that a lot of these environ-
a fishing for that particular dolphin is halted
tuna fishing vessels take many precautionsto them (porpoises) out alive because they can
to draw people'sattention
mental organizations for the rest of the calender
to the Felando said. year.
present a danger men,
lower dolphin mortality."We .
and in a lot of cases it is good
"It makes our fishing safer and more effi- Thompson said although dolphin mortalsee -
because it makes people aware that some- believe that the United States public
thing is going on out there,"Thomason said. has been fed a lot of baloney," Felando said. cient" Dolphins, page 14WEDNESDAY
"But in some cases you need to deal with "They try to make the fishermen look like However, Thomason, the other student



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Discovery's veteran five-member crew and for "hold" at the T-minus four-minute mark while NASA
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I Hastings withdraws from gubernatorial race '90

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Former federal judge have said often that the future of Florida is at
Alcee Hastings said Tuesday he is dropping out of the stake in this election. In my opinion the vision of the
Democratic primary race for governor, an an- Democratic Party for this great state is far superior to
nouncement that surprised neither his opponents nor that of the other party," Hastings said, reading froma "Doesn't
party officials. prepared statement at his Miami office."I .
Hastings, who entered the race last fall after the shall do everything I can to assist the Democratic
U.S. Senate removed him from the federal bench in Party's coordinated effort for victory in 1990. I every
an impeachment proceeding, said he was having dif- want to be in a position to help a Democratic governor.It Pre-med
ficulty expanding his base of support because of the is, in my view, a thing that will help the Democratic
large number of people alreadycommitted toU.S.Rep. Party, my leaving the governor's race." deserve
Bill Nelson and state Sen. George Stuart.So He discounted publicity about his impeachment for
,instead of running governor,he plans to jump his inability to win support for his candidacy.One choice?"
into the race for Florida secretary of state, Hastingssaid. thing that will not change, he said, is his ,- a
He will make a formal declaration on May 10. campaign platform as a reform candidate.to .
the highest-paid eminent Marilyn Maple, Association for Tom Garcia. M.D. (UAG '75)
SALARYfrom scholar. Women and minorities Women Faculty president, said Cardiologist
page 1 must earn at least $437 less every some professors disagree with the itl Houston, Texas
two weeks to be recognized as way administrators find salary disI I
recruitment attempts. under their projected salary. The crepancies."So "The right choice was there when I
If professors believed their pay formula won't catch someone who, few needed it. I made I'm
people are being com- that choice, and now a
was unequal,they either submitted for example,earns$400 less every
pensated in any way,shape or form physician.
My alma mater be just right
self-studies to their deans in Feb- two weeks than a colleague. may
for sex inequities, Maple said.
ruary comparing their salaries If professors are recognized as for you. It's your choice."
with department colleagues' sala- under their projected salary, they Yellens helped apply the for-
ries, or were notified of a salary are notified but do not necessarily mula to faculty members. He "
difference through an administrative receive a raise. agreed that case-by-case studies or"counterparting" / 1r "Y Universidad Autdnoma de Guadalajara
might better Z .. School
review process. of Medicine
Jane Brockmann, UFs United show a salary discrepancy than the 'j,. .? /
The review process uses a math- Faculty of Florida chapter presi- formula, which can't consider per- Guadalajara, Mexico
ematical formula to compare dent, said notifying only those formance. His office finds almostas
women's and minorities'salaries to teachers whose salaries are off by many women who earn more The International ChoiceFor
white men's salaries to arrive at a $8,000 or more a year isn't enough. than their projected salary as it

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include a broad range, from only picking up the extremes," that doesn't mean their salaries :
the lowest-paid assistant professor Brockmann said. should be cut, he said.

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Stern forms committeeto

regulate! SG finances

already expressed his doubts to Stern.
Stern,who served as ASFAC coordinatorlast
Alligator Writer
year also plans to rearrange the dutiesof
-. Student Body Treasurer David Stern is ASFAC and B&F this summer, after this
trying to rearrange the financial branch of year's budgets are complete. He said reor-
Student Government, and has written leg- ganization will give ASFAC more power.
islation and created a financial committee According to Stern's plan, B&F will be in
to- An .itStem-.- c h arge .VI., s t....AA"...........
said the SG organizations' special
nance Executive FiT funding requests while
he finance
mittee is the first of comASFAC will be in charge
kind and is composed of mittee will provide of their budgets.
those most involved in ASFAC controls more
AV T SG finances: Stern, Acall the financial omthan $4 million and assigns

tivity Service Fee Advisory cers with more infor- budgets for six
Committee major organizations,
coordinator Bret Berlin mation about travel and hotel expenditures
Senate's Budget and Finance and special funding
committee chairupcoming budgets requests over $3,000.

man Chris Tompkins, and special requests. B&F, which controls
General Accounting Of- about $200.000.. handles
fice Auditor Lee smaller budgets and special
Catledge and SG Finance Accountant Rex funding requests less than $3,000.It's .
Glover. fair to have ASFAC handle all of the
A lack of communication and consistency budgets because the nine ASFAC membersare
among the financial office,ASFAC and B&F elected to deal with financial matters
led him to form the committee, Stern said. while B&F members are appointed sena-
Many financial resources, such as the tors, Stern said. There is a turnover and
accountant's knowledge, reports and infor- change of B&F members all the time, he
mation are not being used by the two com- added.
mittees, he said. Berlin said he's confident ASFAC can
"We need to get together and set policieson handle the change and finish all the budgetson
budgeting and financial procedures," time for next year, even though Stern
Stern said. "We need to make more in- wants them to be finished earlier in
formed decisions." February instead of April."I .
think handle it Berlin said. "I
we can ,
Berlin said creating the finance committee -
is like his idea and I think it will work."
a good idea and will provide all the
financial officers with more information But B&F's Tompkins said moving the
about number of budgets ASFAC deals with from
E ANN STODDARD-ALLIGATOR upcoming budgets and special re-
A step above quests. The only disadvantage he can predict six to 48 will be too much work.
Adrian Gonzalez, 23, takes a break from working on his masters in urban is that Stern, or anyone on the "On their part it's going to be very hard,"
planning and relaxes on a staircase in the Architecture building. committee, may try to influence each Tompkins said. "It will be hard for either
others' decisions, Berlin said. He said he committee to get it done."

Road-free wildlife corridors key.. to -preserving- habitats .

By MARK BONDURANT Hall auditorium Monday night that While working on his doctorateat cies such as the Florida panther is Educating young people is im-
Alligator Writer the key to preserving a diversity in UF two years ago, Noss and UF another of the group's priorities portant, but action is needed im-
animal species lies in preserving forestry professor Larry Harris de- Earth First!member Chetano Carl- mediately, Noss said.
Nothing seems to irritate Reed wildlife habitats. The event was veloped a wildlife conservation ton said after Noss' speech and "For the immediate crisis we'rein
than roads. sponsored by Florida Earth First! slide show.
Noss more Not be- strategy that involves wildlife cor- we can't wait for education to
cause they contain potholes or and UFs department of wildlife ridors-wide areas of wilderness "There are 30 Florida panthersleft take effect," Noss said. "What we
dips but because they're killing and range sciences."Management designed to link shrinking and in the world,"Carlton said."We need now are politicians who are
wildlife. is increasingly fragmented wilderness areas, al- want to close Alligator Alley ((in willing to take risks willing to
Roads draw traffic that kills ani- necessary, particularly in a frag- lowing wildlife to migrate and South Florida) and revoke all hunt move on an issue before the public
mals,while run-off from roads pol- mented landscape where the natu- search for suitable living condi- ing licenses in the panther pre- understands its importance. We
lutes waterways, said Noss, head ral processes just aren't working tions. serve." need politicians who are leaders,
of the Environmental Protection Noss said. "Without management, Florida Earth First!, which has Concern for the environmentcomes not followers."
Agency's Biodiversity Project. human change will continue to de- recommended that 90 percent of
from a personal appreciation Citizens also have a role. Be-
Roads also provide access to hunt- grade those habitats. the roads in national forests be
of it, Noss said. Those who sides writing public officials,being
ers and encourage human settle- Noss said he hopes to design a closed, also is working to create don't care about protecting it have conservative consumers and join-
ment and development.Noss new network of"roads"that serves wildlife corridors that connect the had their natural curiosity and ing an environmental organization -
told more than 170 people wildlife rather than destroys frag- state's wilderness areas. wonder for the outdoors forced out Noss said citizens must take
who gathered in the Williamson ile habitats. Protection of endangered spe- of them by the culture. direct action.

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Ml u m.J.'I'mI +c rlurlat(
the right jobHere's

what's buzzing around on the third floor lately

among the fewer than 80 legislators and more than 20 ex-
ecutives who spend the $4.4 million students pay in Activ- Consensus: was nstfted in IBsiled \

ity & Service fees every year. sm -? \ iron after I

Vision member Larry Medvinsky was elected by the stu- realized nova of? IK m SDflg7

dent body eight weeks ago to serve on the Activity & Ser-
vice Fee Advisory Committee. That committee has nine

members four from senate to represent its needs and

five elected "at-large" to represent the average student's

After Student Body President Michael Browne got in of-

fice, he appointed Medvinsky his Chief of Staff. That posi-

tion was created by Browne's predecessor, Ed Scales -
"best thing Ed did," Browne said. I

Medvinsky said he can do much more for the student

body as Chief of Staff than as one of the few experienced

members of ASFAC, so he said he will quit his elected po-
sition on ASFAC when budgets are approved in about
three weeks.

Couple of problems. First, Medvinsky made a commit-

ment to serve on ASFAC and quitting that position is the

easy way out. Second, it turns out that the Chief of Staff
job entails work that others should be doing. I I
Metamorphosis of different sort
The Alligator didn't endorse Medvinsky during the a

spring campaign because he said then he might not be -
Good fellow veterans.By .
able complete his term ASFAC. He wrotea fr Wallman
to year-long on now we have all been soldiers in at least one Brittany Ray
letter to the editor telling students that they had a roommate war or "conflict"We E
choice between an experienced candidate who would be all came to school thinking the caterpillar's ASY RIDER
here for 11 months and an unqualified candidate who metamorphosis into a butterfly was the most amazing
the whole transformation on God's green Earth.
might serve year. Perhaps, though, it was just the pressures of everyday
Then descended in
reality upon us typical ugly
The students elected Medvinsky, presumably to serve wench's
form an amiable female roommate melting into a life that finally shoved her into
in the capacity for which he campaigned. Tuesday, seething, often stinky, beast. abyss. Who could handle those wrenching twists of
Medvinsky said he would better serve the student bodyas Let me tell you an old war story. If you recognize plot on the I Love Lucy Show every day, and then
Chief of Staff and said he had decided to resign from yourself, don't be mad, just apologize. remain calm wondering if good would prevail over
ASFAC. Anyway, I'm gonna make it all up to protect the evil on Highway to Heaven?
guilty plus I heard the odds of winning a Pulitzer Very probably, at the core of her demonic trans-
Now it he won't fulfill three months of
turns out
even formation is brown called the
Prize are better if I lie a little bit. a organism "nastybathtub
the term students elected him to. See how familiar this sounds: varmint. Need I say more?
Browne said he feels kind of guilty about asking There I was baking cookies for my roommate, Why not? I'm on a roll.

Medvinsky to quit, but apparently he's over it because the when I was overwhelmed by a quite rancid stench. But I have a hunch ifs all my fault. You see, one
pair are planning special projects well into the summer. But that had always been there. Something else, day I didn't take the trash out during my trash week.
Medvinsky said he's quitting ASFAC because, with all the however, was markedly different. Judging from the grotesque contortions of her face
No wings had sprouted, I grant you, but that beard and the guttural that went with it as she asked,
work hell do this summer as Chief of Staff, he won't have and those moans
weren't there
fangs a week ago. And that "
"Isn't it trash week? I must speculate that some
time to handle both jobs as well as he would like to. nagging voice! your
sort of Tasmanian her body.
The curious thing about his choice to resign is that he What is it that causes such a mutation? Perhaps it Devil was taking over
has just completed the most hectic time on ASFAC ana- was food poisoning. I mean she left refried beans on What I'm begging for here is that some science-fools.
fiction buff come to the rescue of us peace-lovin'
the stove until they grew arms and legs and helpedme
and the time
lyzing recommending budgets at same of
You're inevitable
right ifs probably an part
do the dishes-which is more than she ever did.
that he headed a project to improve lighting on campus. Perhaps it was the temperature of our apartmentthat college life. But it could be psychological warfare sent
The other problem is that Medvinsky is doing the workof melted her facial features almost beyond recog- over from our enemies back home,or our roommatesfrom
a cabinet officer and the vice president. Browne said nition. Yes, thanks to her careful placement of the the previous year.
Medvinsky backs him up and helps him with all his pro- thermostat on 97 degrees, I must first survive the Or even worse you college studs we may
jects, specifically the "veins of safety," the well-lit paths rings of the inferno before I can bring about a tem- have stumbled onto a new venereal disease.
that will run through campus. perature more conducive to my desired luxury Brittany Ray Wallman is a junior in journalism.

Browne already has a Transportation and Safety cabi- j' LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

net with a director, three assistant directors and three vol-
line for applications is April 16. not find enough loving homes for
Article GSC
unteers who are working on that and other projects. on Bill Johnson the staggering surplus of unwantedpets.

Also, Browne said Medvinsky will speak for him and not accurateEditor GSC vice president .
when he task that traditionally was
meet dignitaries cannot a -
Prevent litter Only about two out of ten com-
falls to the vice president. The vice president, : I would like to take this a by panion animals will ever find them-
Browne said, is too busy with the cabinet officers. opportunity to clarify a few items keeping pets insideEditor selves in loving homes. Nearly
Browne needs to look at the staff he's already got be- that appeared in the April 9 articleon eight million of these animals are
fore he thinks about asking someone to shrug off an the Graduate Student Council. : April has been declared put to death each year. In Alachua
elected First, although GSC has re- National Prevent A Litter month by County alone, 8,828 dogs and cats
duty. ceived funding from other sources, the Humane Society of the United were euthanized in 1989.
all GSC travel grants are currently States and the Animal Welfare
alligator Editor funded by Student Government. Committee of UFs College of Vet- In order to educate the commu-
Graduate Assistants United, erinary Medicine. We would like nity about this tragic situation and
Lucy Chabot which is not affiliated with GSC, to urge all readers to think about what they can do to help changeit
Managing Editor Opinions Editor represents all graduate assistantsat whether they are contributing to the AWC and Alachua County
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton UF, not just teaching assistants. the problem of pet overpopulation.The Animal Control are sponsoring an
Finally, GSC's free child care Humane Society estimatesthat open house at the Animal Control
Letters Policy program during dead week and more than Center on Saturday April 14 from
Letters to the editor should not e.ceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page)They should be 70,000 puppies and
typed double-spaced end signed. They should Include I typed name, address and telephone finals week is open to all full-time kittens are born each day in the 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call UF students undergraduate as United States. Even if Amy Dickey
the editorial page editor at 3764458. everyonewere
") .- .well. ..as. .graduate. and. the. ..dead-... .. to adopt an animal, we could 2VM,






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Heart I Disagreement; exists: about culture class I

By JUDY A. PLUNKm "It looks like we've done it and UF include information about about minorities into their curric-
Staff WriterA that's it," Ziller said. "It's like com- other cultures in many different ulums, but added he believes the
AnswersFibrillation Alligator ing up with a committee in govern- classes. He added that the ques- school needs the task force's rec-
class to teach multicultural ment to deal with a problem. tion of whether to include race ommended course-one that spe-
diversity may not be the answer to relations education in several cifically focuses on U.S. race
Johnson said his wants to
UPs racial problems, but Qualityof group classes or lump it into one is a"big relations.
improve students' lives and he'snot
life Task Force co-chairman dispute that is rising" across the
Ziller admitted that his ap-
sure exactly how to do that,but
Simon Johnson says it's certainlya the class is a way to get started. country.He proach could cause some prob-

start. He said he hopes it becomes popular said one of his classes, lems, such as a revamping of the
UF psychology professor Robert with students and attracts a Human Conflict, tries that ap- entire curriculum. He also said the
Ziller said the class, approved by variety of races. proach to some extent by teaching ability to institute the task force's
Fibrillation is the task force as a way to improvethe about gender, racial and ethnic course right away gives it a definite
unsynchronized This suggestion has far-reach
lives of UPs black and Hispa- conflicts. advantage."It .
contractions of heart muscle nic students, may send out the ing things for the university and

cells in different parts of the wrong signal because it looks likea the community as a whole John- UF anthropology professor An- takes immediate action

heart which prevents it from quick solution to a serious prob- son said. thony Oliver-Smith said several UF Ziller said. "That's the beauty of
lem. Ziller said he would rather see classes incorporate information it."
pumping effectively. Fibrilla-

tion usually starts when cells RECOMMENDATIONSfrom

other than the natural 1
pacemaker cells contract Task Force RecommendationsBelow
who might have problems with English.
prematurely or out of timing
The task force also wanted to increase the
with other cells in other partsof are 23 recommendations compiled by the UF Quality of Life Task Force to deliverto number of minorities on the faculty, specifically

the heart muscle. Fibrilla- UF President John Lombardi.! The task force was created to examine the problems by expanding UPs Affirmative Action

tion in the heart's upper facing black and Hispanic students. goals. The goals, written for a five-year pe-

chambers may occur with on- Create a humanities course teaching the difference between races riod, show UF hopes to maintain the same
Continue scheduling of retreats. focusing on race relations percentage of Hispanics currently on the
ly a 25 percent reduction in Increase sensitivity and awareness training for faculty and staff faculty, a growth the task force said would

the blood pumped, while Increase sensitivity and awareness training for student leaders fall short of the state's Hispanic population.
fibrillation in the lower make the UF could better serve black and Hispanic
Hire 10 black and 10 Hispanic professors to faculty more representative -
chambers is far more Impor- of the student population students if the minority programs in various

tant because the heart Create a Student Services position to address Hispanic student needs colleges and departments could have more
said. Over-
centralized control,the task force
little blood. Appoint Hispanic to equal opportunity offices In Individual collegesHire
pumps or no lapping and ineffectiveness would be limitedif
black and administrators
Fibrillation can be treated Hispanic one office could oversee and grade the
Hire black assistant basketball coaches
with drugs and electrical different efforts, the task force said.
Allocate for recruiting Hispanic students
more money
The concern about minority safety,height-
shock. In emergencies the black and students
Reserve spaces In dormitories for Hispanic
ened by local white supremacist activities in
heart can be helped to continue Establish a formal written policy and hotline to record and follow-up on racial the last year, was a force in the unanimous

I pumping blood by car- harassment complaints recommendation to set up a racial harassment
diopulmonary resuscitationCPR Increase. funding and staff of the minority mentor program hotline.
Evaluate tutorial to see If they are overtaxed or under-advertised
until medical programs The task force will meet Thursday for a
( ) Establish a UF-sponsored annual celebration of cultural diversity repeat of last week's four-hour meeting,
assistance is available. Establish an Institute of Hispanic Culture which yielded the initial 11 recommendations. -

Support a UF plan to provide a late-night social center for minority functions The group went into last week's ses-
WERE FIGHTING FOR Centralize coordination of all minority programs on campus sion with 34 possible recommendations and

VOURUFEAmerican Expand UF Affirmative Action goals for Hispanic hiring narrowed them down by tossing out overlap-

Expand course offering In Afro-American Studies Department ping ideas.
Encourage diversity In the Preview Program During the Thursday meeting, memberswill
Heart Collect Information on blacks and Hispanics to keep track of quality of life tighten recommendations, possibly re-

AssociationF. V Open minority fellowship programs for Hispanics work format.some and decide on a presentation

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< Michael Browne will announce the now the Arts and Science Building. interviewed 40 students last week
a members of the 1991 Board of After the Reitz Union opened in and then narrowed the list to 16
Managers in a letter Friday. 1967, the board began working candidates.
The students who participate on with the director of the new build- Browne will choose the eight
the board will work with six faculty ing to set policies and implement board members, but UF President
members to set admission pricesfor programs. John Lombardi must approve the
the bowling alley, allot rooms Sarah Resnick Carswell, chair- choices.
for organizations, determine man of the board's search committee "The list of 16 names was
Does It Again prices for hotel rooms in the said students who join the handed to Student Body President
> Union's upper floors and take care board must be a representative Mike Browne early Monday morn-
< of other business. sampling of the student body. ing,"Carswell said."He has prom
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year, while two faculty members everyone's interest," Carswell new 1991 board."
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DOLPHINSfrom causes, he said.
page 3 Cook said his institute makes Central City Presents
ities from American tuna boats are between $30,000 to $40,000 a year
tragic, it is a far cry from the unregulated by selling items such as books,
fishing of Japan, Korea videos, T-shirts and pins. He DAVID BYRNEOF
and other foreign countries. doesn't know how much money
Thomason said he believes a comes in from contributions but
tuna boycott may force American said the money comes mostly
fishing industries to license their from individuals.
boats with countries that don't THE TALKING HERDS
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have these restrictions."If
money here," Cook said. "Our
those boats stop fishing money goes mostly to getting information -
under American flags there won't out to the public." MON. APRIL 30th
be any way we can know what is
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But United States Tuna Foundation false information is being distrib-
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July 31. The Protection Act requires -
foreign vessels to have less said, a person can make a 18 + admitted with I.D. -
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than two times the dolphin mortal-
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groups that exaggerate statisticsare such as the film showing dolphin
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All Amenities Available for summer, option for fall, 3bdr/3ba/ Summer B share bdr l50/mo+1/5 util.

$145 utll Incl. 3blki to UF. Private entrance FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Bike to campus. 1BR apt., quiet washer/dryer. Please call 377-8287 4- Fully furnished wash/dry. Call Brent at

tingle rm ell. upper class or grad Roommates Available complex, efficiency! kitchen, patio, 17-10-4 335-1783 for Info.
call 372-1862 aft. 5. 4-11-10-1 We're No.1REGENCY Ig closet. $240
OAKS POLOS 2bd/ba In 313/ apt only Rockwood Villas female n/s/ rmmt needed

ROOM & FOOD STARTING $145 lor Summer 378-5768 Walk to campus. 2BR apt. downstairs. $200/mo sal' Beau turn, w/d/ micro, wt. summer b share bdr $195mo+1/5/ utll

Spring & Fall also avail at CLO. Incl) 3230 SW Archer Road Hardwood floors Inside bike storage. room, sauna, t more. Avail 5/1. 335-5646 Fully furn wash/dry security call Christi at

10 meals/wk util pd 1 blk to UF. Student COUNTRY GARDENS Summer rate only. $400 Lv. message. 4-11-5-4 336-8065. 4-12-5-4

runll 377-4268 or stop by 117 NW 15th St. 373-4500 2001 SW 16th Street WOWI Completely furnished 2BR doll Oxford Manor masterbd sublease May- OXFORD MANOR-subleas for summer,
4-30-58-2 house. Walk to campus. Spotless. $450 August. Own ba, washer/dryer In 2 story with option to lease for fall. 2bdrm/2bath,
Room In 3br house $160 t util. 3758329. apt, next to pool, HBO. $245/mo. Call Dan unfurn, May free. Call 3751307. 4-12-5-

41151Summer Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the Up.lalrl1BR condo, balcony, anytime 373-3538. 4-11-5-4 4

price of one. Pool, tennis, sauna wt. dishwasher, carpet, laundry In
rmmt wanted to live 1.3 ml from room. Stoneridge Apts. 3800 SW 34 St. complex. Bike to campus. $275 In The Pines DELUXE one bedroom apt Oxford Manor2bdr2ba. avail in May for

UF, NW G'ville. No dep, $230 coven all 375-1121 4-30-45-2 May-Aug. Seek a responsible renter imm. summer c. Closest pool, tennis, weight

bill*. Call 371-7703 msg. 4-18.10.1 Spacious 2BR/1 1/2 BA upstairs Price neg., fully furn. Please call 373- room. Call lor more Info. 376-0506. 4-12-

Solve Parking Probleml Walk to UF from condo, private deck, like new carpet, 4105. 4115.4 5-4

Large 1 & 2 BR apt neatly furnished, no Anglla (NW 6th/15th Sir) Modern well kept hookups, dishwasher. $420.
Spyglass 3bd 3ba avail May or June, deposit Country Village-3bd/2ba. Pool, close to
pets, convenient UF & downtown, $250- Apts ea w/own washer/dryer, cent Mac,
275 mo. 376-5957. 4-11-5-1 Now renting for fall lye lease 1st & last SUPER 4BR/2BA house. Walk to negotiable, lease exp July 31, option campus. Avail.-Sum CPartly furnished,
for renewal. Call 336-6439 after 4:30.
: $559/mo. obo. Call 377-2793 and leave
dep. $460/mo 2bdr/lba. $610/mo campus, fireplace, family room,
WALK 3 BLOCKS UF Room c/h/ac share 3bdr/2ba. $730/mo 4bdr/2ba 336-8354 central AC, hardwood floors. 4-11-5-4 msg. 4-11-5-4

kit/baths w/d prefer male grad students 392-0554. 4-20-10-2 Won't last! $750
185 single240 double 376-6652 3788122. KEEP MY DEPOSIT F/M for own Ig bdr 2brm 11/2 ba twnhse $325 mo. washer

4-27-16-1 May-Aug. Only $150/mo 1/3 utl. Pets & dryer. Call 332-5678. 4-16-5-4
Attractive, clean apts. s houses, close to KEY MANAGEMENT
ok. Close to Call Kim 3784373.
UF, avail for Aug., 1 yr lease. No dogs. 372-3060 campus.
Sublet 1bdr In 3bdr townhouse May-Aug Call 4959024. 43024.2 4-13-4-2 4-11-5-4 Spacious condo, Somerset Village,
$l55+l/4utllltles per mo across from Shands. 2bdr/1 1/2 ba, new
wash/drymicrocovered parking call Brandywine tbd fully turn apt. Sublet for carpet, Sublet summer or longer
2 bdr Apt In duck pond area house, fireplace MOVE IN NOW
summer, avail May 7, option to renew In 495mo3761296. 4-13-4-4
Susan 332-0167. 4.12-5.1
wood floors fans
celing big yard, 2BR/1BA duplex In country
NO SEC. 3785564.
Aug. 435mo./ Gary
avail May $325/mo 3748148. 4-11-10- setting near 34 St. Plaza.
Large 2 BR 21/2 bth townhouse Woodgate 2 Quiet, air, pets okay. $275 4-11-5-4 Sublet til July 31,
Mnr W/D hookup Avail May 1 $509mo.neg. Studio for $220/month.
May rent FREEI 2bdr/2ba In OXFORD College Park. Call 3719087. 4123.4
332-8564 Ask for Linda or Barbara. 2bdr/2ba, new carpet, fenced yard dish., 2BR/1BA downstairs apt. off MANOR. Rent summer C woption for
4-12-5-1 cent heat/air, wash/dry hook-up, near Tower Rd. New carpetl
Fall. Call nowI375.1208Iv. 4- Apt for 2bedrm 2bath
message. summer: balcony,
Oaks Mall $285/mo 332-
ft $250 dep. Dishwasher, hook-ups mini's.
FIREPLACE In your bdrl Own room In historic 4623. 4.16.5-2 $315 18-10-4 wgas grill, pool side view. Live In style

'Haunted Mansion. Sunny, great for close to UF. Room lor 34. $550/mo. 371-
Sublease 1 or 2 rms in 3bdr/3ba fully 0894. 4-16-5-4
cats. Laura 377.3132, 373-8784 .vs. 4- Affordable 2bdr duplex, 2nd floor, new KEY MANAGEMENT
Wind Meadows $210moneg.
turn/equip Apt,
16-5.1 paint, new quiet, shaded, 428 NW
carpet 372.3060 ?
Summer A, poss. C, call Jen/Julie Sublease LARGE 2bd/2ba apt at Hawa'
9 Ave. $300/mo. Call alter 5, 373-5577. 4134.2
NEXT TO UFI Furnished 2bd/lba behind 4-11-6-2 3366942. 4-11-5-4 Ian Village Sum C. Option to renew In

Norman, fenced yard, central ac, private Aug. Price negotiable. Call 3723467. 416.5.4 1
2 room .efficiency blk from UF. 1834 NW .
March Wood room avail from 5/3/90 to !
drive, start May, 320mo. 376-2119 Iv Block from UF, Large Rooms, Utilities
1st Ave f B, 3/4 util Inc), l65/mo. Century 8/20/90./ Pay only 3 mos. rent, 3bdr/2bs.
mess. 4-16-5-1 Cox Cable Nice. Call Greg 376-
paid ,
21 John M.rrllinc. 3721495. 4-11-1-2
Call Marty 3354208. 4-11-5-4 Completely turn apt In OAKBROOK
3291. $150-225/mo rent. 4-11-10-2
WALK. 1-2 rmmts needed for summer
Summer C Sundowne Apts.
One bedroom In Victorian home avail
May. Oxford Manor 2bdr/2ba apt. We need to & util Anne Dawn
Great Location and affordable. Avail $150 ea part Call or
$230/month Includes ulil, wood floors,
sublease from 5/7 8/15. R.nlll negotiable. 336-4411. 4-24-6-4
May 1. Ask for GS. Call 377-2596 Hurryl
ONE BLOCK FROM UNIV. $275/mo. Call 371-4935. 4-
large porch, Duckpond area.
Call us at 375-2565 ask for Joe or
4-16-5-1 Kevin 9-5 376-5242, after. Spm 3773852. 17-5-2
Nell. OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba sublet turn
Furnished efficiency apt., a/c, 2 blocks summer A or C. Rent negotiable, re-rent
For Rent 3bdrm Condo In Marchwood
Oak Forest Apt. 3bdr/2ba, new carpet and option for fall. Call 371-0777 leave mes
from campus, pets allowed. Available next Bel Air 636 NW 26th Ave. Huge 2bd/2ba/ $550 a month, 3 month lease. C.llior Interview
bar Incl. $580/mo./ Avail May 5-July 31 w/ 4-23-10-4
month on temporary or perm basis. 335- and 1bd apts. Large Oaks. College Park 336-4502, available May 1st. 4- 336-0400 Iv sage.
option to renew.
1980. 4175.1 Properties 411 NW 15th St. 3717777. 4- 17-5-2 message.
4-11-5-4 Block from UF Business school. Sublet

*** Great Summer Pad *** Own 18-10-2 Summer 1br/1ba apt, fall option. Modern,
4 BEDRM sublease for
summer, begin
apt Roomie m/f needed C 1 blk from Call
summer big enough for two. Price neg. eve
bd/bth fully furn, just feet from pool, Studio bd and 2bd and houses
1 apts May or June close to UF. Call 336-6860 $145 Own share bath 4-16-5-4
mo room
Jacuzzi, wt. room, $200. 373-6482 avail avail now and for fall. Walk to UFI Beat the leave message. Plnetre Grdns. 4-17-5-2 campus nlngI371.8265.
Call Dawn or Janna for info 3774501.
now fall and spring. 4-17-5-1 rush! College Park Properties 411 NW
4-12-5-4 Sublet 2bdr 1ba, cent ht/ac. Near VA,
15th. 3717777. 4-18-10-2 2BDR House by UF. Carport, fireplace,
Shands. UF. Fenced yard & ctyd. Avail
Sublet Treehouse Village until July 31(turn, option a/c, 328 NW 15th Ter, College Park Apts. Male, ibdr/share bath hit 1 blk to UF May 1. $300/mo./ Call Chris at 3354943.
to renew. Free bus to UF/SF, ba clean
Townhouse 2bd212 quiet pool
Office: 411 NW 15th Str. 371-7777 4-17- furnished 24hr air May-Aug $150 Incld 41654Summer
wash/dry. Call Chandra 374-4384 leave 5 minutes to UF 3600 SW 19 Ave Foxmoor Util. 371-6463. 4-13-6-4

message. 4-13-3-1 condos $450mo flexible lease call 335-
Point West
Sublet May-Aug
Live In Oakbrook one Bdrm for Summer 7021 : Roomy 2br 21/2 bath townhouse for summer 2br/1 bl, poolside, close to campus. Call

or longer sublet! beg May. Close to 374.6917 leave message. 4-16-5-4
AB or C 3rd floor wbalcony, House/duplex 4bdr/2ba. fireplace. Cent 3 FOR RENT/SALE
UF, pool, laundry, $425/mo Pickwick Park
washer/dryer 1 or 2 persons $180 each. ht/air, 1 1/2 mi so. of UF lye lease 3357508. 4-12-5-4 Please Help Us: 2bdr/1 ba Apt. for Summer

Call 374-8825. 4-16-4-1 $650/mo Call 376-6183 & Leave Mes- Nice & Dandy Customized 2bdr Mobile C. Use our furniture & pay no depositll -

sage. Home partly furn, wash & fridge on well HELP US SUBLET For Summer. Great Reasonable rent. 3366492.'
OAKBROOK WALK Summer sublet lux shaded lot. Very close to UF on Archer Apt, Great Local Price Nego 3360077.
condo, fully furnished, wih/dry, a/c, pool, 3bd/2ba house. Garage, fireplace, fenced Must sell 1750. 3381383. 41753SUBLEASE Completely furn apt In OAKBROOK
great view $250/mo. Call Moe 3364251. backyard, Ig master bedroom, In nice Summer sublet-big a quiet 1 bdrm apt WALK 1-2 rmmts needed for summer

neighborhood, avail May 15. 525mo. near sorority row + creek, arboreal view, $150 ea & part util. Call Anne or Dawn

FOR RENT: 376-4859. 4-13-5-2 : furnished. $200/mo, pet w/deposlt ok. 336-4411. 4-13-6-4

One bedroom in Victorian home avail May. 4 HOUSE/APT. 373-6432. 4-12-5-4 Sublease For Summer Woption for Fall.
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk util. Wood floors
$230/month Includes OWN RM 4 sum a.b.or c In house behind Spacious 2bdr Apt. CHEAP RENT! Call
large porch Duckpond area. 371-4935. 4- Gatorwood Apts.-2bdr/2ba, furn. at Norman Hall very close to UF $150/m+1/2/ 3768090. 4-30-16-4

to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, 13-5-2 $490/mo, unfurn. at 425mo., May-July, utll, no pets 372-2172 leave message.
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 3754813. 4-11-10-4 3-Roommates Needed for 5-bdr House 1
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 2BD/1BA $32S/MO. Phoenix Apis., close block to UF. $165/mo. Call 376-8090. 4-

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 4-30-75- to UF/Shands, very spacious avail now 1 We'll pay U $75 to sublet May-Aug 15. COUNTRY VILLAGE, sublease large

2 year or summer lease, pets ok. Brad 375- 2Bdr/2Ba furn. $485. Gatorwood. Close 1bdr., May-Aug, $344/mo, May r.nllreel! Looking for roomies lor. GREAT. .

1303. 4-23-10-2 to UF. Call anytime 3779193. 4-13-10-4 Option for fall, call 336-1079 after 5. 4- 4bd/2ba house. 1/2 block from campus.
Oak Glade Apis. Near UF & VA, quiet 13-6-4 $180/mo ft 1/4 util. Free parking I Summer
washer/dryer available In most units for Sleep to sound of frogs, smell of honey Lakewood Villas Sublease May-Aug 372-5574.. 41354.

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-28,1 A 2 Bath suckle. 2bdr In quad near UF, wash/dry, turn bdr, own be, wash/dry, attractive and Oxford Manor sublet 3bd/3ba/ to start in

$250-1350, see ft Imr 372-6422. 4-30- cent ht/tc, patio, $350/mo. 3359989. 4- clean, only $242/mo. 335-5588 'leave May woption to take over lease. Close Sublease 4bdr/2ba townhouse for sum

75-2 16-5-2 message. 4-13-10-4 front; price negotiable call 3351880. 4- mer. $499/mo May FREEI Call 335-

12-5-4 5769. 4-13-5-4
SPACIOUSONE Super 2bdr/1ba apt. Phoenix 2630 SW Sublet thru July Colonial Manor Apt. 5 min '

BEDROOM APT. 33rd PI. Fireplace, 12/mo Ise, no pets, walk to UF on SW. 1br/1ba furnished LAURELS, 3bdr/3ba sublet summer c, F N/S to sublet room n.xllo SFCC new;

ONLY $2631MO.LYONS $350/mo avail Aug. 3731558. 4-16-5-2 pool. $245/mo. Call lee 378-3188. 4-11- wash/dry, attractive and clean, many May-Aug 15, no security deposit, lor more

APT 5-4 amenities, price negotiable, call 335- Info call Carolyn 3733293.
4000 SW 20TH AV. 3774787 In The Pines 6978. 4-11-4-4

Spacious 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom CAMELOT 2bd/1 b., unfurn. April FREE! $99 A MONTH!III!!
ends In Good location, pool,
INCREDIBLE Apartment & Townhouses Lease Aug. The Laurels/brand new, beautiful unfurn.
Oaks In 3 bdr Call Chris for
Efficiency Apt. Convenient to UF/Shands sauna, laundry. $425/mo. Call 374-6576. 1 bdr/1 ba, sublet avail immediately Regency apt.

Starting et $,.5 2 pools, tennis crt, weight room, 4-12-6-4 Aug. woption for renewal. Incl. free more Info. 376-9103 4-13-5-4

Starting' $235 12 B.droomMEADOWCREST sauna, 2 laundry rooms. alarm system, wt. room, sauna, pool &
373-3371 French Otr close to campus, 2bdr 1 1/2 morel I Call any time 335-4455 or 335- Classifieds. A

378-3988 205 SE 16th Ave. ba, 1 rmmt. $177.50 ft 1/2 utll neg. 336- 5750. 4-13-6-4 Continued on next page. ,
1010 Chris/Rolf. 4-17-11-4
375-3881 1/2 mile east Main. !. St. .. tI I




F to share 2bdr/lba/ apt at Home Hey 11 I need fins/ rmmt. own turn bdr for
Point Apt. won't last longl Sub cheap, 2 rmmts to sublease (for April or May, 2br/2bath/ spacious
for stead. Own bdr avail May 5, l75/mo ft 5/1-8/14 $187/mo. Call me Howl) 335-
lease 2 spacious rms in a 3bdr/2ba/ apt 3bdr/3ba/ turn condo. $150/mo' avail May- house In NW area washer/dryer, 1/2 utility. Call 3353745. 4-13-4-5 5587. 4-17-5-5
May 4 thru Aug IS Only 167mo. rent July. Pool, w/d in Casablanca. Tom at into call Randy at 377-2537 leav mes-

neg. M/F Ann or Renee 335-6493.. 4- 335-0101. 4-17-5-4 sage. 4.12-5.5 Summer and/or/ Fall/Spring. N/S rmmt for Live across from O'dome, own roombathIn /

13-5-4 own lurn bdr/ba/ In Rockwood Villas, $250 a neat-o house w/ ae, $162.50 & 1/4
Roommate wanted share 3 bdr. 2 ba.
Oxford Manor 1 bd avail May 7, option for to
& 1/3/ util.' Call Pam 3354469. utilities. Call for more Info/Molly/ 372-
Summer Sublet THE PINES: 2bdr/1 1/2 renewal in Aug. Nice, clean, & gray car. house 6 ml east of campus. Washer-dryer 7162. 4.13-3-5

ba, Ig kitchen, living area & pool. $380/mo pet. Big enough for twol Call 378-6515 Iv 3766827.and many extras. 175mo. + 1/2 util. Male roommate for summer, 2bdr/2ba,

& uti I. 3774508. 4.13-5.4 msg. $100/mo & util., Will make arrangements. Spyglass beautifully furnished 3bdr/3bath

378-9048 Leave message. 4-12-3-5 complete wash/dry.. Need one room
HEY-we want live at apl-Grten-
to new
Manor-Sublet. Summer Sublet bedroom
Country May-Aug : Spacious two
mate for summer Call Sari at 336-9890.
Need fill 3rd
wich Green. bdr 4
'1bdr/1ba, option lor (all, pool, tennis, apt in Lakewood Villas wstudy room, to Iv sum + I LOVE MY PLACE and you will tool 2 rms 4-17-5-5
call Denise 3354044.
met, clean, May rent tree. 373.3260 outdoor porch & furnishings. Call 335- bynd. & msg. avail In SW, w/d, pool, brand-newl m/l n/s

leave message. 5237. 1 BR avail late Apr. or May 1. Large 130-200 Lei's talk) 336-7245. 4-18-5-5 Spyglass beautifully furnished 3bdr3bathapt

house. Washer-Dryer. Central air & heat. complete with washer/dryer/ and everything
Wmdmeadowsl F to sublet summer A 5 ROOMMATESBRANDYWINE $200/mo./ + 1/3/ util.! Prefer creative artistor Roommate Needed Starting In May to else. Need one roommate for
and/or B. Own bd/ba/ with walk In closet.
progressive politics or grad student. share 2bdr 2bath apt in Regency Oaks summer. $190 & ((13 for w/d) a monthll
Please call Marcie 336-6393 Iv
at or msg. Call 378.4718. 4.13-5.5 $220 a mo. Call Amy 372.7827. 4-23-10- Move in May 5. Call Mike 336-9891.4-17-
4-13-5-4 FURNI 2bdr/1ba,

Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge pool, 1/2
Roommate /
Grad student for A
Beautiful spacious 2bdr/lba/ apt w/ (fireplace ml. to UF, $230/mo (for own room, 1/2/ f/ns for 2ba/2ba looking Lakewood summ Villas. Optionto rmmt bd/ba, $240 per month & 1/3 utilities. 336- 6 FOR SALE

avail 5/1 til Aug 10 or longer. cable & utll, 372.2857 Dennis. 4.30-28-5 7450. 4-16-5-5
renew lease at lower rent call 335-
$299/mo./ New carpet. Anytime 3364224. 'Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more

4-13-5-4 Female N/S Rmmt to share 2bdr/1ba Apt 3780. 4-20-10-5 Regency Oaks Roommate for Summer C, brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car
$175/mo & 1/2 util I, walking distance to Stereo Specialists. 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
*SUMMER A ONLYI* 1 or 2 f, great 3bd 2ba, 1/3 util, turn, May's rent
Your OWN room (for $1651 2 or more people UF. Call 377-4244. 4-17-15-5' Call Janet 3959083. 2070. 4-30-75-6
3bdr/2ba Apt. Own rooms, close to UFI
needed (for 2br Village Park avl. May-
Dec. May rent (reel) Call 377.6460 Female to share 2bdr/2ba Townhouse in $360 May-June 21, Jenny 376-2417. 4- Roommate to live wmale grad student Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer,

SW Area, fully (furnished, wash/dryer/ Code Alarm. The Best
evenings. 4-12-4-4 F N/S/ professional grad student to share HAWAIIAN VILLAGE 2br/1ba/ $197.50mo. Infinity, ,
$225/mo & 1/2 ulil. Call at 335-6273. 4. Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Ste-
3bdr/2ba Carol 375.3793Ieav.
Estates home, $175/mo/ + own room. message.Sum
Sublease Summer C Camelot Apis. Large r.o'o' Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6
1/2 util.! Must like sublet. 4-16-5-5
Rockwood Villas N/S F Own bdr/ba/ for dogs. Cynthia 374-4415.'
law school.
2bd/2ba overlooks pool, near
Beautiful FREE. Call 336-0186. 4- sum and/or (fall. $225/mo & 1/3 util, price ALARMS Installed remote control
May 4-16-10-5 Summer C Own bedroom in nice Lakewood Villas M/F/ own room and bath,
(for 336-4998.
'13-5-4 nego sum. house with big yard, wood floors, ceiling $190/mo & 1/3 util. Call Dean at 335- any car truck or van fully guaranteed will

Sublease for summer w/ fall option on F to share 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, own tans. 5 mln walk to campus. $156 + 6363. 4-12-3-5 demo.4-30-72-6 Call 336-9193 student 'message.

bdr/ba, $200/mo'/ & 1/2 util. Pool & conve- 1/4/ uti!. Call 3788894.
2br/2/ 1/2 bth townhouse. Near 1.75 &
Roommate wanted for 3bdr/2ba/ house,
nienl. 373.5423 or 9042643236. 4-17- Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman. Home
mall. $424 incl water & Call 332-
mo gbg.
Rmate wtd to share Ig 3/2 house in Val- convenient NW location, nice neighbor. and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansei, Sherwood

2868 Todaylll 4-13-5-4' F N/S/ to share a bedroom in a 2bd/2ba/ at wood w// young career man. Wash/dr, own hood, unfurn, $225/mo & "1/2 util, $100 and more. We Beat All Prices!

Brandywine. $137/mo & 1/4/ ulil. Avail May rm + bath. Mature cln n/s. $240 1/2util./ sec. Call Jeff 375.8173. 4-17.5-5 373-3754. 4-30-69-8
Maracaibo Manor sublet (for summer term
4. Call 3359848. 4-17-10-5 3352789. 4-18-8-5
option (for fall. 2bdl1 ba, $195' a month, N/S F for own room in part turn 2bdr/lba/ / 376-1146
rent neg. Tracy 336-4201 Leave mes N/S/ F to share cute 2 bdr/1 1/2/ ba townhouse N/S/ F to share 2BRI1 BA apt in Piccadilly. apt, $200/mo & 1/2 utll, avail May 5, close Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate

sage. 4-11-3-4 wash/dry, $172.50/mo & 1/2/ util.! Prime location Balcony overlooks court- to campus. Call 3714892.' 4-17-5-5 H P. Price same or lower than mail

376-6512' Iv msg. 4138.5 yard with pool. 335-6786 leave Meg 4- order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb
May-August F N/S share 2bdrl1 ba furn
13.5.5F to apt., ,
((2Sms), graphics monitor ...
BRAND NEW 2bdr/2ba townhouse furnished

$150/mo & 1/2 util needed ASAP. Call
Own big Master bdr/ba, avail May thru MC 286/12/ $1195, Packard Bell $1295,
must see, please leave message Aug, $165/mo' & 1/3 util at Kings Creek for own bdrm/ba in a 2bdrm/2ba apt in Lisa 335-4230 Iv message. 4-16-4-5 MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 -
3368254. 4135.4
Apts. 3728275. 4-11-6-5 Regency Oaks. Avail May-Aug. Big .
$2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery
enough for 2. $200/mo./ Call 375-0975. 1 or 2 Christian F rmmtes for summer in .
w/ 20mb &
$1999.' CompuAdd 810 graphics
LAKEWOOD VILLAS OWN ROOM In 2bd/iba apt summer C, Act Nowl 2br/2 1/2/ ba townhouse wWD./ .
monitor $970.1 & 3 year warranties.Onsite
available 1-Dee 31
3bd3ba w/d July close to campus, $'65/mo & 1/2 util, $50 t35/mo.-neg & 1/4 util. 1 1/2/ ml from
warranties. Panasonic ,1180 printer
$241 mo & utilities. 335-4894, females dep and last mo rent. Cheryl 377. F N/S for summer sublease own room In campus. 3772301. 4-16-4-5
4.17-5-4 $185, HP Laser Jet lip $1049.3743 W.University .
56373723135. 4.11-5-5 large house 7 blks n or campus. Great
location + price! $150/mo + utilities. 335- N/S lor master br/bath in 3br house SW. Ave.

SPYGLASS sublease (for summer. Brand M/F/ ns for sum C w/ (fall opt. Clean & resp. 6627. 4.13-5-5 Walk-in closet, w/d, garage, fenced yard,
new, need 2 M/F/ own master bedroom & only, nr UF. $125 & 1/2 util, less If you just 5 mln to UF/Shands/ l85/mo & 1/3/ util. FUTON & FRAME SALEI!

bathroom, rent neg. Call 3367279. 4-13- store stud here. Keith 377-8308. 4-11-5- m roommate/ needed to share 2bd/2ba/ 336-1914.' 4.17-5.5 From only $200. per set.

3-4 turn apt at Brandywine for summerc. Call Matt 377-5650. 4-30-26-6

Halle Plantation F N/S rmmt wanted, $120/mo' / + 1/4 util. Call John at 3752120. COUNTRY MANOR
POOLSIDE APT. spacious, 3bdr/2ba/ 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, own room/ba/ 411.35 master bedroom/bath, furnished apt. Furniture must sell. Fouton mattress $100

near UF $450/mo, sublet, move In 430or wash/dry, parking, no dep., 1/2 utit. Call Roommate needed summer C. $199mo.Call / negotiable. Study desk & chair $65 neg.

sooner. Call 373-2823. 4-12-2.4 395.0972 Iv mess. 4., 1.5-5 Rockwood Villas: N/S/ F for own bd/ba. 3717974. 4-17-5-5 King wtrbd seml-waveless, pad rails $170

Fully Furn, washer/dryeralarm syst. obo. Call 336-8439 alter 4:30.: 4-11-5-6
Large 2bdr apt, at 8375 SW 9th St. No F N/S/ for own rm In nice NW home 1/4/ Move In summer or fall. $240+1/2util. Oxford Manor

dogs, wood floors, gas heat for water & mile from UF. Furn except for bd, fireplace 3357363. 4-13-5-5 Fine own bedroom own bath Paul McCartney tickets, Tampa, April 12' ,

stove, cent ac. $300/mo, deposit neg. hardwood floor, avail Summer. Rent negotiableCall 373-70731.av. message. 4-12-6-6

3710741. 4-13-3-4 $150/mo.' Robin 377-0385. 4-11-5-5 FAlLI! F n/s considerate for own bd/ba. 371-2096. 4-17-5-5

Prel. to live In Wmdmeadowsl' Please call Surfboard, 6'3, Belitz,8 mos. old, In great

$175/mth/ own 1 1br We Need 1-RMMT Starting Fall. Brand Marcie at 336-6393 or Iv mag. 4-13-5-5 OXFORD MANOR shape $180 080. 395-0616. 4-11-5-6'

PINETREE GRDNS. Furnished, pool, tennis New Apts Only $220/mo Call Karen 336. F/NS own Bd/Ba 1/2 utilities

a/c/ dishwash, parking. Avail 5/4- 0077. 4-12-5-5 HEY YOUI F N/S/ Wanted: Own bdr in Rent very negotiableCall RCA 25* color tv-$75, two 10-speed
8/19. 335.7582. Spring Tree. $170/mo 4 1/4/ util Call Michelle 335-6768. 4-16-4-5 bikes-Nishikl and Fugl. Good condition.

F/N/S/ to share 2bdr/1 ba, (furn., $160/mo' + At 378-5512.' 4.19.9-5 Leave Message. 332-2528. 4-12-5-6

CHANGE OF PLANS (for the summer? 1/2/ util., summer C + (fall, behind Norman M/F ns to sublease Summer A or C. Own

Rent own rm in part (turn apt near UF (for Hall: April free Call 37364163738926.Oxford Roommate lor Fall M/F/ : Fully furnished rm in Mill Run 2bd/1ba/ apt $185/mo' & 1/2 Bdr set 4 sale" : exc cond, walnut llnish-dbl

$155/moa 1/2 util. Call 336-6862. 4-13- 2bdr/2bath./ 220mo. 3350504. 4-16-5- bills. Call 336-7016. 4-16-4-5 dresser w/mlr$99. nitest $35 desk+chr
3-4 Manor, Frmmt to share 2bd2baapt. / 5 $65, bkshelf $20-also.clfetbl $20-call 335-

$240/mo/ +1/2utll/ Avail may 5. Call Looking for a fern non amok, very quiet 2550. 4-12-5-6

WINDMEADOWS APTS HUGE 3779751. If no ans.leave msg. 4-12-5-5 Female to share 2bdr/1 b. apt for Summer and studious room't for (fall and spring at

2Bed/2Bath/ Sublease for summer wop- Behind Norman Hall, $175/mo/ & 1/2 Rocky Point 2 bed/2 bath, entire pond Apple He monitor,duodrlv..prlnterltoll.
tion (for (fall, unlurn. Call (for more info Spyglass-2 rooms avail. May 5-summer, Util. 371-7525/1/ -800-226-0502. 4-16-5-5 view. Please call soon. Lainie 3361823. ware. $400 or best offer. Call 336-9513
In 3bdr/3ba furnished N/S M/F,
336-4218. 4-17-5-4 apt. 4-16-4-5 'leave message. 4-11-4-6
1235/mo + 1/3 util. 338-8304. 4125.5 Oxford Manor neat n/s F to sub summer.

SUMMER SUBLET Own bdr In 2 bdr/1 1/2 Own upstairs br/ba. Very clean! rent SPYGLASS. 1 or 2 rmmts to share

bath twnhouse. Less than 1 mile from Rmmt needed 4 sumC-own bdr in Ig, 3bdr nego-cheapl) util & w/d./ Fall opt. Call 3bd3ba. Rent neg. Available summer C 1 1 1I 1r

campus. Leave message 3779653. 4- twnhse (Oak Forest-lBO/mo) / + 1/3 util 373-5396. 4-13-4-5 woption for fall. Call 336-6108 and Ive

'16-4-4 (furn 4 xtr $20/mo-rmmts) r 21 +,n/.call mssge. 4-17.5.5 I

3352550. 4-12-5-5 Roommate needed for summer, may be ,

OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba/ (for summerB longer, In Apt. Own room & bath, 1 FREE Workout
Wash/dry, completely, furnished, a N/S m/l/ for own bed & bath In SW 2bd/ba $217/mo. Quiet but fun complex. Call with this adl Grj Ql'
itself Call 377.1955 anytime. 4.17.5-4 apt. $245/mo + 1/2 util. Available Immediately John at 3357745. 41235Player's 'iM!)) i
summer and/or (all. Call 332-7432, ( _
1 month trial '" "" +A80IM
OXFORD MANOR 2bd/2ba May-Aug. Ivmsg. 4-12-5-5 ,,;pf:.

Quiet area In back. Can re-rent for next Sports Club membership $10' 201 N w.im STREET

year If U respond soon. Furniture avail. LAKEWOOD VILLAS master bed & bath 1 Year $99 376-8400; J
avail. May 1 summer A 225/mo. obo. Call present vav s e0" 1 1Ea 1t
449mo./ Call Ty, Doug, or Chris at 371 -_ 1I
8297. 4-17-5-4 336-4785 Christy or Tracy J. 3 for 1's 1I I I

Summer sublease own bdr/bath/ trans toOFSFCC Female n/s 1 Ibr In 4br apt. Tonne ** WILD HAIRNexus l

.. w/d, fully (urnished. $150/mo. 175/mo+1/3utll. 2btocks from cam- *
Call Wendy at 3732088. 4-17-5-4 puspoollurnlshedweekly maid service 160S 5 W. t IJttlSt.Maracaibo .

mayl-august30 371-0424 Christy. 4.12. NiNGi40of
"J' : t
VIZCAYA 2bd avail In 3/2,1/3/ util; quiet,
clean, N/S/ avail for all summer, close to 1 bedrm w/bath In 3/2/ house, furnished, Manor '1' SS HAIRCUT )

UF $135 and $145/mo.' 3774790. 4-17- hardwd firs, fence, pets ok, quiet, 1ml to 3501 SW 24th Ave f off
5-4 ufo 1 look Is all It will take. $225, 375- $20 PERM curly or body .

7169. 4-12-5-5 373-1356 $15 SPIRAL PER$18HiLICHTS H
1.2.1 ft 3 bedroom Apts. near Univ. and e
*** Sublease 2/1 Phoenix II Apts.
and convenient to
individual share 2ba/1 b. shopping. 9
minded to
'Close to UF, Central A/C, new rug all Open Year and school term leases available.Gainesville' .M $45 LEISURE CURL
apt, need for summer/fall+sprlng. spacious "J'
appliances, quiet neighbors only 9 !most desirable area* $20 RELAXER
safe close UF 160/mo 1/2utll.
to +
$285/mo. 335-6575/372-1509 **** ..v..TV..y..v.r -tc
4-17-5-4 3731423. 4.12-5.5 $2S CARE-FREE CURL *

f N/S for Summer C w/ Fall &
8/15 / Spr. option. "J'
OXFORD MANOR 2bdr/2ba/ 5/5 thru WALK-INS WELCOME '
Own In turn walk to UFI $17S/mo
rm apt.,
Rent negotiable. Call 335.1380 ask for *
Tares or 371-3996. 4-17-5-4 & 1/2/ util. Call 377-9758 msg. 4-18-5- OPEN MON-SAT 10-6 pm ;

A Roommate wanted, 4br Sbath house, ( 374-8687 *
GREEN MAR, close to UF. Sublease for
pool W/D. Call 378-9624. $185 per << GATOR PLAZA
.umm.r, 2bdr/1ba. cent a/c. $3l5/mo. 13th St. & Univ.
month, first, last, $100 deposit.' Nonsmoker *
Call Tanya or Claire 377-9270. 4.17.5- preferred. 4-16-5-5 W******** s s

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Sola $75, Queen bed $150, dresser $25.tv Data Ine Hardware
Systems, Computer
CHOICEI! Ibanez electric lead
guitar w/ 1982 Buick Skyhawk white, clean Interior SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
stand $15. All In good condition, All
Software tutor, FREE Installing. Student
hard case exc. cond. $250 obo. Call
3353835. 4-11-4-8 auto a/c good student car $1100 Get conlld.ntiall..llng and treatment at
disc 336-4779 M-F lOam
nago. 335.4555. 4-13-4-6 4pm. neg. Ask for Laura or John Leave message PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0861 4-

FOR SALEWallrb.d. Moving, Everything for sale. Sofabed 335-1214. 4-13-5-9 AAA STORAGE
sofa, dining room table, endt-
and much more-call at 338- chairs, tables stands, etc. 1222 NW 8th 75 VW Beetle. Lovingly restored. NEW; Close to UP Convenient
able, ,
Ave '371-9087.. 4-12-3-6 4x4x4 $15/mo
0862. 4-13-5-8 Selll Excel cond, condo 2br/2ba, upholstery Int. pnls, carpet shks, tires,
Pebble Creek area 2739 39 Dr., Call 813- butterscotch pnt strong engine. $2100. 4x8x8 $25/mo
Queen size waterbed bookcase headboard Warren 3367392. 4-23-5-9 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
w5 draweri-$30. Bike, ladies -
Desk Large 666-5686 8138823525.. 4-30-24-7
padded rails, 2 sets of sheets

Workbench-sturdy-$35.10-ipeed In good Call condition.335-7696.US. $200. Korg guitar effect Peavey elec. guitar BY OWNER luxurious 3bdr/3ba in 84 Renault Encore, red, auto AM/FM stereo ** GATOR MOVING **

$200. 335-4632 4-16-5-6 ac, low mileage. Some transmission
4-11-3-6 ROCKWOOD VILLAS. End unit fully furnished Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1 1.
trouble. Must sell, bill offer takes It. 395-
Graduatlngl Tan couch matching chair & upgraded Interior. Assumable 9810. 4-17-5-9 Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long die

Car amp Rockford Fosgate and Yamaha 2 end tables, dble bed, nits stand, mortgage. For Info call 3359124. 4-13-5- Llc/lns Harry/Bill 3744791. 4-30-75-11

amp & car speaker Infinity CS2K.Phasellner dr..r.2 desks, will take best offer 1985 V6 Chevy Camaro awesome 380
Alarm. 3752543. 4-13-5- SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
6 ? car Elys 375-0287. 4-17-5-6 8 MOTORCYCLESSick amp sound, mag wheels, top shape, A boarding woodier facilities *
$8250. 1.237.1551. 4-20-7-9
MOUNTAIN BIKE cannondale 6 monthsold hay rides A parties sales working
SURFBOARD &'8", Almerric squash tail, of parking? 87 Honda Elite 50 students accepted. 466-3224 375-8080.
90 frame red trim fat
wyellow tires, VW Rabbit 82 Black Tie Ed. AC, Sap bra,
4-13-5-6 Scooter 4900 miles, excellent condition
$150.33&.1498. $400 firm. Brian 376-6509 leave message. 5003772357. 4-19-10-8 clean, good gas mil. $1500. Call or tires

4-17-5-6 3366299. 4-16-4-9
Everything MUST gol 2brs, living & dining *SUNBELT MOVING*
1100r 1987 4000 miles
room (urn.; everything In great condition LOFT custom-made single' bed wladder, $3500 o.b.o.gsxr call 3778510. 4-13-5-8 only *76 Mercury Capri needs paint dent Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies.

prices neg, call 37&.1&851.ave message. 9 mo old, very sturdy, easily assem Engine Interior, tires in Excellent cond. 1-Item-House full Local/Lng/ dist, Llc/lns.
bled/disassembled apprvd by housing, $800 best offer. Call Chris 372-
4-13-5-6 85 Honda Rebel 250 black/chrome 15k Asking or Priced for Studentsl Marty 375MOVE. 4-,
$125.395-8459. 4-17-5-6 3559. 4-13-3-9
miles $700 obo Call Chuck 373-1891 eve. 30-75-11
Amiga 1000 computer, 3 drives, monitor, 4-13-5-6
printer, $1200 obo. 18* Diamond back Must sellll Desk $40, dresser $30 sofa 1079 OLDS CUTLASS

Apex alb $600 call Tony 371-2251 Iv. mes- chair $45. Call 332-5415 before 10 pm. 1980 Suzuki GS 1000G $900. Call after mechanics special I green *FREE*

sage. 4-13-5-6 4-12-2-6 7pm 3723814. 4-16-5-8 good rims and tires I $800 obo Pregnancy Test
Call 335-7688 ask for Nate. 4-17-5-9 Gainesville Women'sHEALTH

Moving-Must Sell! Foldover Couch and King size waterbed bookcase, drawers, 1988 Tomos Moped, Excel Condition recent CENTER
and rails $180 OBO. Men's red 10 79 VW Rabbit rebuilt & looks
spd eng., runs
720 NW 23rd Avenue
two chair $75. Ent.Center $40. Call 378- full srv checkup. Call Craig at 378-
6287 after 7pm. 4-12-5-6 $60. Call Michelle, 3785512. Iv message. 8524. 4-17-5-6 great, red ext., reliable, must sell, asking 377.5055
41756AIRLINE $650. Call now 336.9137 or Iv map 376-
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MUST SELLI! VCR. TV, Queenbed microwave 88 Honda Elite LX. Perfect cond, 112 mi. 3016. 4-13-3-9 BIRTH CONTROL

table w/4 chairs, all In excellent TICKETS on Comalr anywherethey Bought for $1300 In Oct., asking $1100 Gynecology Services
Good Have 2. $120 81
fly. through Aug. Plymouth Champ
condition. Call 378-2202. 4-20-10-6 obo. Helmet incl. Eves 3773833. 4-17-5-
each, or best offer. 336-6113 Iv m.g. 4- Built by MitsubishiIt's

Furniture: desk $60, wallunits $50. 2 8 not pretty but It runs CALL CJ THE DJ

lamps $10 each dormsize frig $40 must For sale, everything must gol All bedroom MOPED Yamaha starts/runs flawless, $425. Call Thomas 3727027. 4-16-4-9 pro DJ .service 375-8483..
kitchen and den furniture must
sell call Kurt 335-0125 In pm. 4-11-3-6 gol low miles, great mileage, very dependable
M.IIIS.336-0282. 4-13-3-6 w/ helmet $250 neg. Call Moe 336- 10 WANTEDLocal MOVING?

Like new twin bed. $50 obo 336- MOVING OUTWash.rdry.r 4251. Resourceful student w/full size truck will
beat any price in town. 336-9461 4-25-
6342. 4-11-3-6 $300typewriter Artist needs GOLD Gems ClassRings
: 19-11 I
89 Yamaha Jog 50cc, great cond. only
ETC. $ trade. Ozzle's Fine
$85 Top or
1800 ml, very fast, gr.allor campus, leaving
AUDIOPHILE CD player. 3 repeats, mute, Call 335-6768. 4-13-3-6 school, must sell fast, $675 obo. 395- Jewelry 3739243. 4-30-75-10 McCoy Mini Storage

ambience, compresion, lots more. Call 9124 Mark. 4-13-3-6 2160 N.E. let Blvd.5X1010X1010X20.
Todd 335-7985 $225. 4.112.& Windsurfer. Mistral Maul WANTED Toyota pickup 1981 to 1983 for

Good Condition, 2 sails, 9 AUTOSSUPRA half hour photographing Will pay. Call Call Us 376-3286

For Sale: Compact computer with 20 meg New Mast $400 3758710.

hard disc printer and monitor. Must selll) Call Jon 376-5726. 4-17-5-6

Will take best offer. Rich 395-8635. 4-23- Crew To Sail to Mexico MOVING? Running out of time? Let Gator
1983 Cellca Supra 5-apd good
10-6 FOR SALE: Toyota Teacher sailing to Mexico. Need Moving pick-up, store ft deliver your belongings
cond. all maintenance records $4000.
PINK COUCH like newll cook/deckhand You pay for food only. to you In the fall 374-4791,374.-;
Call Mark 371-6172. 4-13-8-9
FISHTANK .. 55 Gallon Includes: filter Taking Best Offer! May-June This Is your chance to enjoy the 4488. 4-30-21-11 I

pump gravel, heater, lighted hood and air Call Stacy at 335-5966. 4-16-4-6 1988 Pont LeMans Great deal. Sap, a/c. leisurely pace of sun, fun and more sun.

hose $150. Call Dave 336-0019. 4-12-3-6 Bedroom and llvingroom furniture ps, red, fully .serviced new brakes, tune Call Mike evenings 8139497744. 4-12- ONE STOP DENTISTRY
***********FOR up, etc. Must get rid of. Call 336-7723 and Accepting new pts, emerg.
MUST SELL Mens Puch 10 speed $125 Adult cleaning $30 child $20
SALE***.**.****** Iv m.g. 4-11-5-8 need 2 graduation tlx. Will
TV Stand $35 Sofa & Love Seat $400. must sell. CallSI.V. ((4)) Wisd. tee $325 ((3)) Wisd tee. $25 -
Law student graduating
$. Call 335-2974 and leave
4-13-4-6 pay message. ((2)) Wisd. tee. $200
3720057. 332-6692.. 4-13-3-6 1987 DODGE CHARGER black, 5-spd.
ac, great shape, asking $4200, eves + 4-17-5-10 Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC. V, AE

Car speakers, hard to find Kenwood 6X9s. Longboirdi $250 ... On size wit bed wknds. 378-8574. 4-12-5-9 NEED GRAD TIXIf Valid only with coupon up to ((4)) people.H.T. .
cost over $200, like new $150. 3718130. Gonsoulin, DDS, 372-9521
$100. Wetsuit full $75': Stumpjumper Mtn you have any extras, please call Don
4-12-3-6 Beautiful 1987 Subaru GL-XT. Must sell
bike $275. Bud neon sign $100. Call 376- 335-1614. 4133.10
ASAP. In perfect cond will make offer

2 sets single boxspring and mattress 1 set 1803. 4-17-5-6 Diana 374-4785/377-8285 Iv msg. 4-13- Summer refrigerator storage dorm sized

originally $550, both only $150. Peugeot 11 SERVICESNW only. Cost S/mth ft $5 for pick-up & de

mess bike 1 yr new $275 now $135.336- Couch chair ft 2 end tables all matching 84 NISSAN 300ZX TURBO: Auto, low livery. Call now to reserve. a space 338-

4001. 4-12-36 wood, $125. 336-9461. 4-24-10-6 miles, must sell. $6895. 3733512. 4WALftfU.'t'S -". Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave 0093. 4-11-5-11

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Van Trailer Bit 40 ft long by 6 ft
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12 SERVICESYOU position open for Resident Manager LOOKING FOR AN INTERNSHIP?Design WORK: Part time. Will train. Mature Natural Foods and Vitamins
In the Dlv. of Housing. Position to Specialties Unlimited Is hiring 3 students person wanted, prefer' GVL resident, Birkenstock Sandals.
WRITE,WE TYPE begin May. Supervise staff of 3 In Village to work part time on campus during the UF freshman or soph. Good phone voice Sunflower Health Foods
Business Legal Personal Reports of 350 spts. Administrative ft community 1990-1 school year Interviews will beheld and personality a must. Some sales abil. 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
Term Papers A Typeset Resume Etc. dey. responsibilities. Part timeposition on Mon. April 16. For more info ity. Must work some evenings and wek-
G'ville Handicapped Typing for full time UF Student please contact Student Employment Office ends. Call Marc 377-0081, NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?
3787179. $8500/12-mos plus apt at $50/mo/ (utilities 20 Anderson Hall. 4.13-5.13 Get special student discounts on exams not Included). Deadline April 12.. Childcare & light housekeeping, for 2 girls and all supplies at PLANNED PARENT.
Applications at Dlv. of Hous.,corner of; SUMMER WORK: You can earn great ages 7 A 12, Wed 2-8pm, Thurs 3-6pm, HOOD. 377-0881. 4-30-75-15
Typing reports business legal Museum SW 13th St. 41111.13 money, college credit & valuable career $3.50/hr. Must have own car. 375-6208.
resumes cassettes transcribed applications exp for resume. For an Int, call Terry 373- Look Your Best Everyday!
letters notary *"c.Available CAMP ANDROSCOGGIN. Main boys 8860. Full time summer camp counselor positions Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
24 hours/7 days/372-2777 camp seeking out going staff to teach avail. G'ville YMCA reliable people Info about the PERMANENT removal of
tennis & sailing also have openings i In Energetic, vivacious student wanted. 15- who enjoy children. Call 3767172. 4-17- unwanted facial & body hair. 3744307.
Typing $1.00 pg. min. 500. Reports, canoe, riflery, dramatics and craft. Excellent 20hrs/wk for marketing and office duties. 4-30-75-15
Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List facilities, generous time off. Write or Call for appt. 378-6165. RESUME CITY. BUSINESS
WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4-30-75- call collect at: 733 West Street, Harrison 4-11-3-13 $STUDENTS GET CASH$
12 New York 10528. 9148355800. 4-13- 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's-
10.13 Students needed p/t to serve as campus 372-1226. W. Univ.Ave.-nett to Cen-
MICRO CENTER/ Typing 3760339. Full reps for national Corp. Must be outgoingand trsl City. 4-30-75-15
&, self service computing. Typing starts @ PART-TIME WORK wk/days, wk/ends, self-motivated. Call Toby 305-253- terminals & pc's, buy, sell,
1.50/pg A Resumes $6 Self service summer for resp./coll/students w/trans., 1232. 4-13-5-13 trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUAL- SAVE ON RAYBANS
resumes A $2.50/hr/ 15page. Laser heavy lifting required. Call 374-4791, ITY, CDCS 818 W Unlv. 3380378. 4-30- University Opticians
typeset graphics A spell check theses 3744488. 4-13-10-13 Attention Students! 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
A papers A special characters A employment full and part time work available! A national full service brokerage firm Is 4-30-68-15
databases rnailmerge A training SCREEN PRINTER Now hiring experienced Excellent pay, hours incredibly flexible. looking for hard-working motivated people
WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC./ 4-30- Printers and Artists Part lime Call 3721476. 4-16-5-13 to work In their Palm Beach Gardens of Anybody can sell low once, but at EZ Tennis .
65.12 Reply to Box 593 Micanopy, FL 32667. lice. No experience necessary. Call Mr. we are making it a career. Sale or no
Will call to schedule interviews. Experience CRUISE SHIP JOBS Dener 1-800-821-9494. 4111.14 sale, we will beat any price In town. 4-20-
Typing/Word/ Processing. Quality depend- ONLY please. 41310.13 Opportunity guide
able service. Reasonable rates Laser Summer jobs 15 PERSONALSLADIES At EZ Tennis, we provide our customers
printer 377-8175 Ill 900pm 4-3029-12 Local Girl's Scout Camp, 7 wk live-in position 508-927.9768 Ext. C-6 with 3 things: quality products, great
counselors, horseback riding instructor 4-16-5-13 MAKE MONEYWe prices, excellent service. When you think
Typmg/Wordprocessing, WordPerfect cook. If you love children call used about it, anything else Is uncivilized. 4-
buy & sell good clothing.Call
5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates, Kay 4953917. 4-16-10-13 Student programmer needed to code. Will 201015Player's
Second Act. 373.8527.
dependable, personal service. Tara 332- learn authoring application. Exp in C or
1469. 43054.12 Experienced nursery attendants needed. pascal needed. Must be able to work entire / Great Club
Need recommendations. Call Mary Lou project May-Aug 20-25hr/wk $6/hr prices-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical Sports
Word Processing Professional quality Miller 378-1527 Tues or Wed. 9-3. 4-11-, Apply 408 W Univ Av.1408. T-Th ONLY. Laboratory 3765563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 presents
student Fast, reliable, service 4-13-4-13
Grad school prices., law school experience. 378- FEDERAL JOBS block from Ala Gen. 4-30-75-15 3 for 1'sTonite

7128. 4-13-10-12 Above average earningsAll
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PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- 1605 SW 13th SI
ENGLISH GRAD -edit/proof/spell/ no
If you're energetic people/sales oriented, ,
cholesterol Ripp 376-3649. 4-25-21-12 MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Excellent career
full time UF student sophomore or above
opportunity, for motivated goal oriented
Put It In Writing. Fast, accurate, reliable and productive individual, degree In wat/ least B average, some computer
service. Masters in English will check Health Sciences or previous supervisory experience Manpower needs you to pro
spelling and edit. 24hrs. 373-1937. 4-30- experience preferred. Must be willing to tems/2 mote the sales of .the IBM Personal Sys. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited

relocate, full benefits, please stop by on campul.MANPOWER
BJ's 24 hour wordprocessmg Reports, Gainesville Plasma, a division of North by Trude Michel Jaffe
resumes, cover letters and more. Call American Biological Inc. on 238 SW 4th TEMP/SERVICE/
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legal technical 335-7064 Plasma 238 SW 4th Avenue. 4115.13 own ability to sell. 411 NW 15th St. 371- 6 Peter, Paul or 6 Spasmatic 40 Aits, : Var. 50 "Rosebud" of

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Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc. near Art.Graphics.Art, etc, 10 hrs per week, 10 Old English 7 Stripling 46 Group of eight 51 Perry Mason's'
campus. Dependable, quality service begin c term, 5 blocks from UF, art letter-
letter 8 Sale sign 47 "The Red concern
Reasonable Call Carol
rates 24hr/day. Ing $4.00 hr PAPERS
job. per to start. Reply to box
373-4464. 41711.12 13 Falcon'sweapon 9 Fix pavement Badge of 52 Elbe feeder
286 Gainesville 32602. 4.12-5.13 19, 78 to choose from
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sale for 3 years, which makes It our daily you BLACK WALLET near law school.
price. Once again we rest our case. 4- until our next PERFECT moment together J&L pawnbrokers 371GEMS. 4-135-16 $45 r/l Miami WPB/Pomp$30 o/w 5 yr..of Contains Important documents. REWARDto
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20.10.15 trips. ok pkg finder. Call 336-6728 ASAP. 4-12-3-20
CASH LOANS trantported. GMC tram 336-7026 ((305))
Get at Best Jewelry and Loan. Cash
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Quality tennis shoes under $30; Aerobic SLAM DUNK preliminaries Tonight for EVERYONE 371GEMS. 4135.16 FOUND: Cat. 3745877. 4-12-3-20
shoes $35;running shoes 25V45%off. B from 5-8pm In the Fie Gym
4 U buy check out EZ Tennis. We are EVERYONE'S INVITEDI! For Info come CASH FOR YOUR GOLD New Used Broken Need ride to Tallahassee Easter weekend Found 4-7 mos old kitten drk blk, brw w/
small-yts but we can save you a bundle by Room 214 Fla Gym or call 392-0581. Top Cash Best J&L 371-4367. 4-13- Leave frlday afternoon return Sun white spot. 395-7142. 4-12-3-20 4-11.M5 day-will pay thru the nose. Call Terry
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EZ Tennis offers the best In rackets, Best
SILVA METHODMIND Jewelry & Loan 371-GEMS. 4-13-5- band. REWARDI! Any Information?
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shoes sportswear
low prices with great service. 34 St. CONTROL Cash for Anything. Gold, Diamonds, Role 19 PETSFREE Please call 335-5201. 4-13-4-20
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Fun loving, ruggedly handsome health 374-6684. 4-17-5-15 to good home. Two year old all dog Yorkshire/terrier any Info call 378-
profession student seeks semimaturelady WE'VE GOT THAT KIND OF CASH. white cat w/ yellow eyes. Declawed and 5428. 4-17-5-20
for quality time. Photo please. Attention JEWISH STUDENTSI! You are Best J&L 371GEMS. 413516If neutered female. Very well behaved and
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P.O.Box 14837 G'vllle. 4-13-6-15
FOUND: pair of tortoise shell framed
thurs. 59pm: Reitz Union B70. Your valuables now 335-6821 Amy. 4-16-7-19
your pawning someplace
your glasses In Joe's Dell on Univ. Ave. 372-
Air/Hotels/Tours presence will be a great honor. 378.6053 else-Switch to Best J&L
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SPORTSCandidate I

I out of Lady., Gators coaching- search I IBy

of his decision to stay in Philadelphia.Ann more candidates before making a decisionand ues, UF remains active on the recruiting
GREGG DOYEL Marie Lawler, UF's associate athletic has targeted the end of April as a front. The Lady Gators already have one
Alligator Staff Writer director for women's sports, confirmed that possible date for securing a permanent early signee, Amanda Butler of Mount Ju-
St. Joseph's women's basketball coach Foster interviewed for the position, but she coach. liet, Tenn., who signed in the fall.
Jim Foster, whom many considered the top declined to comment when asked if Foster Suspect circumstances surround the de- Assistant coach Rick Reeves said he and
candidate for the vacant UF women's coach- had turned the job down. parture of Whitmire,who left citing personal Henry expect to sign another today,and said
ing position, has taken his name out of Interim Lady Gators coach Lea Henry, reasons late last season. several others are waiting to see whom UF
consideration for that post. who also has interviewed for the position, Whitmire, in the last year of her five-year hires as head coach before making a deci-
Foster, who had been offered the UF job could be next in line. Henry spent the last contract, had turned the program around sion.
according to several unconfirmed reports, four years as an assistant to Carol Whitmire, after three consecutive su b..500 seasons.UF
said Tuesday he will remain in Philadelphiaas who resigned late last season. was on its way to its best season since 1985 "We could have a very good recruitingclass
coach of the Lady Hawks, whom he led Neither Henry nor Lawler would com when Whitmire abruptly resigned. She re- or we could not," Reeves said. "We're
to a 24-7 record this past season."I ment on Henry's status other than to confirm fuses to comment on the circumstances going after several who are waiting to see
will be at St.Joseph's next season,"said that she has interviewed. surrounding her resignation. who comes in here, but we're definitely
Foster,who added that he has informed UF Lawler said she will interview at least two While the search for a new coach contin- signing one more."
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I I Gators lose 'best game' of yearBy Ulf laces bleak

Alligator ALEX MARVEZ Writer signing periodBy

JACKSONVILLE Three possible reasons why the UF
baseball team lost 3-2 to Jacksonville University Tuesday nightin Alligator Staff Writer
front of 1,083 fans at Brest Field:
First,poor base running.Two UF base runners were thrownout Today could pass quietly at the UF athletic
department-despite it being the first day of the
at home plate trying to score -Jimmy Bell attempting to
score from third base on a double-steal in the second inning, w spring sports signing period.
and Billy Minnis from second by outfielder Raul Rivera in the The Gators hired Lon Kruger as their new head
fourth on a single by Mario Linares; basketball coach only one week ago and the
Second, lack of clutch hitting. With the Gators trailing 3-2, former Kansas State coach still is making up for
pinch-hitter Jason Beaird grounded out in the seventh inning lost recruiting time.
with two outs and runners on first and second base. But while it might seem like just another day
With runners on first and second and one out in the next on the third floor of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, it
1 inning, Minnis flied out to left field and Bell hit a weak blooperto is a good bet UF baseball coach Joe Arnold will
second baseman Eric Whitford; and y have reason to smile.
Third, Jacksonville pitchers Matt Brady and Chad Elder. The baseball team is expected to sign pitcher
Brady ((3-2)) scattered five hits over seven innings and allowedtwo Ron Scott of Sarasota High School, the nation'sNo.
runs, one earned. Last Sunday, Brady was shelled in the 2 team according to USA Today and the
Dolphins' 12-5 victory over Virginia Commonwealth, allowing defending national champion.Scott .
two hits and three earned runs in a third of an inning. e verbally committed to the Gators and is
Elder did not allow hit over the final two innings tor the expected to sign a letter of intent today. He is 6-0
this season with 92 strikeouts in 49 innings.
save.Despite the loss, UF coach Joe Arnold said he was pleased Meanwhile Kruger said last week that he did
with the Gators' performance, in which his team also caughttwo not expect to sign any players. However, UF
base runners attempting to score. appears close to signing a former UF recruit,
"This is probably the best game we've played all year," Johnny Walker.
Arnold said. "I'm not pleased with the loss, but we played the The 6-foot-8,250-pound power forward signed
kind of baseball we need to play the rest of the year." with UF in 1988 after being named Mr. Basketballin
The Dolphins ((28-11)) jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first the state. But Walker left UF after a problemwith
inning when Marc Marini singled and advanced to second on his entrance exams and spent the last two
an errant throw by left fielder Dave Majeski. He reached third seasons at Chipola Junior College in Chipley.
two batters later, and scored when Paul Gay singled up the Kruger and Walker were supposed to meet last
middle. Friday but Walker missed the meeting becauseof
The Gators ((19-18)) answered with one run in the next a doctor's appointment.
inning, when Minnis scored from third on a sacrifice fly by
Bo Camposano.
a. In the bottom of the second inning, Jacksonville's Mike
Holman doubled to center field to drive in Rusty Umphenourfrom
third, making the score 2-1. y'UF'F(
The Gators tied the score at 2 in the sixth inning when Mike
Moberg doubled off the left-field wall, moved to third on a .
The men'
sacrifice bunt by Majeski and scored on a sacrifice fly by track
third I
place to'NCAA
Herbert Perry. w Irlfcafteramen {
The Dolphins retook the lead later that inning whenTommyLovett
singled and scored on a double by Gay. i r l ,
UPs Doug Brennan ((3-1)) surrendered eight hits and two was ineligible., ;
earned runs over five innings. John Pricher hurled the final Aggies junior eleot
I three innings in relief, allowing two hits. Stulce sulVai
? 9n,qawsi'Airfr"S F-. .. was dieq ,
Russo OK to play. Tests on a knee injury to UF third ab ibrthe
baseman Joe Russo were negative Tuesday and he made his John Pricher allowed two hits In the final three ALLIGATOR Innings PHOTO unspecified ,;
appointed start against the Dolphins. Tuesday. regulationpoiats weirs
UF to face Southeastern Louisiana. The Gators will r'rhe
play host to Southeastern Louisiana at 7 tonight at Perry Field. Baseball/ESPN Top 30 poll, released Monday. Gatorrs ts
<, The Dons, 14-17.1 entering Tuesday night's game against Stanford ((30-7)), Arizona State ((33-9)), Wichita State ((26-6)) 910 r li'et' at tbwa
Stetson, are led by Mark Williams (.344, 8 RBI) and Ronnie and Florida State ((34-7)) round out the top five. UF was not /
Stevens (.342,18 RBI). ranked.Of kit to*'
Chris Law ((00( (), 2.65 ERA) is the probable starting pitcherfor learned of
the Gators. Kenyatta Fleet ((3-4, 3.46 ERA) or Jody Fife the other state schools, Central Florida was the only one VTR MMI
((3-3, 5.95)) is expected to start for the IJons.t included in the poll ranked 24th with a 28-10 record. The r-
Miami still No. 1.The Miami Hurricanes,at 34-5 overall Knights have won 20 consecutive games.

this season, retained! the top spot in this week's Collegiate/ Jacksonville just missed making the poll, rating 32nd.

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