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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 78 TUESDAY, JANUARY, 1990





I votes to keep academic standards I


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By RONALD DUPONT JR. University basketball coach John Thompson kept. back door,"Paterno said. "You will be saying
say the NCAA legislation is racially "It's a problem (for minorities), but a way that if you can run fast enough or you can
and RON KASPRISKE
discriminatory. to solve it is not to Ignore the academic throw a football or catch it, you get in
Alligator Writers "
Interim UF President Robert Bryan and aspect," he said. school.!

Incoming college freshmen can continueto Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger, who were By ignoring the academic requirementsin Not everyone at the convention agreed
play intercollegiate sports and receive at the Dallas convention, couldn't be Proposition 42, UF would be "exploiting with Paterno. Eddie Jones, a professor at
athletic scholarships but only if they haveat reached for comment, but UF President- athletes by bringing them here and then the predominantly black Grambling State
least a 2.0 high school grade point average elect John Lombardi! said from Johns Hop- throwing them away"when they didn't meet University in Louisiana, said the rule takes
and a 700 SAT score, the NCAA decided kins University that he liked the stance UF future grade requirements, Lombardi! said. away a special opportunity for some ath-
Monday at its national convention in Dallas. took. letes.
Penn State head football coach Joe
whether elect to
"Many of us, we agreeor
About 320 colleges and universities votedon Paterno echoed similar comments at the
Lombardi said while the minimum aca- not, have been allowed to make progressby
the bylaws, with UF and 227 other col- demic standards- required in the NCAA's convention, saying that getting rid of the coming through some kind of back door,"
leges voting to allow the minimum academic hurt the chances for academic requirements will be telling stu-
Proposition 42 may Jones said. "If, by eliminating Propositionsee
requirements to become effective in August.But dents they don't have to study.
minorities to play sports or get scholarships, 10
some coaches,including Georgetown he still feels those requirements must be "You will be telling kids that there is a NCAA page


i Candidates want


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students involvedBy


would like to see SG include questions
JUDY A. PLUNKETT
that reflect more on the
Alligator Staff Writer
professor's teaching ability, such :
Putting the "student" back in as if the class improved the
Student Government isn't exactlynew student's life.

campaign rhetoric, but "I think on the whole, the faculty
F February's presidential candidates would support both the idea
say they have ideas that will of a more detailed, better instrument
OT attract even the students who for evaluations, as well as
1 f 1 K + couldn't care less about SG. having the information availableto
Though neither candidate has students," Brockmann said.
released an official party platform, To find what students most
both former Student Senate Pres- want to know about their professors -
ident Michael Browne and Today Browne said he would poll
party leader Juan Vitali said they students. He said he would like to

lan.t t to involve the average stu- conduct several polls to learndent
h Yr through several what students think f
new programs, including about other issues, such
student opinion campus concerts.

> polls and teacher eval- S Gas But Vitali said al
tIa>A uations. he also wants to
//wen
d I ....r .c" e The evaluations Spring elections poll students, he would
one of the few things deal only with larger issues -
Browne and Vitali 1990 I that might arise

agree,on. Although de- during his term.
partments requIre' evl- "When I come across

uations, the results are never pub- tough issues, I will take them to
lished. Browne and Vitali said the students," he said.
they want SG to organize separate
One way Vitali hopes to hear
evaluations and the
publish re-
from students is through a pro-
SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR sults each semester. "
-
gram he calls "Amicable UF, a
Model studentDirk Browne said he would includea
in SG
watchdog agency set up
Terrell, an astronomy graduate student and an aspiring astronaut, decided to add numerical rating system and where students could report abu-

the NASA space shuttle to his collection of model airplanes a year ago. He says the students'answers to specific ques- sive clerks and administrators.The .
model which is scale of shuttle become tions, such as whether a professor
1/144 reproduction the actual has a teachingtool agency would then report
that enables him to explain aspects of shuttle launches to his students. drops each student's lowest exam those people to their bosses."I .
grade. Those answers would help
tired of to clerks
got going up
students choose professors they
and administrators and told
want before they get into the class being
I Transient arrested for nudity at Plaza and find it's too late to drop the off," Vitali said.

course, he said. Browne said he doesn't think
UF students worried about whatto lice spokeswoman Angie Tipton County jail Monday night. "There are certain questions the agency would work because

wear for the first day of school said. Tipton said UF police get occa- deans want answered, but there's rather than helping the students,
did a better job dressing than a "There was a lot of giggling," sional reports of"flashing," but she questions students want answered the"confrontational"group would
transient who was arrested Mon- Tipton said about the crowd's reac- didn't remember the last time a ," Browne said. just make department heads and

day on campus. He didn't wear any- tion to Whitford. full-fledged streaker visited cam- Jane Brockmann, local chapter their employees defensive.

thing. Although Whitford's clothes pus. president of a statewide faculty Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt

Police arrested 23-year-old Eu- were nearby and heput\ them on "The Plaza of the Americas has union, said she believes UF fac- Sandeen, who oversees SG,
gene Whitford from Geneva, Fla., when police asked him, he didn't the reputation where you never ulty would welcome published said although he didn't want to ,
at noon after they received reports give an explanation for his: behav- know what can happen there,"she evaluations if they provided more take a position on the issue duringsee

that he was walking nude throughw1'J.'f ior, Tipton said.Whitford said. detail than the ones department Ideas, page 10alIi i
Plaza of the Americas, UF poARE was in the Alachua MIKE BRUSCELL heads now use. She said she


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Editor's note: This feature will appear every Tues- Hutchinson said the limb became brittle after recent under Copper.. Monkey :

day and Friday. cold weather and fell onto a power line at 2:30: a.m. at the PC Lab, 17 ft Unlv 372-6500 ,,;,, ,
Kelly Substation on Southeast Third Street. Secondary

J UF Student Dies In Holiday Car CrashA circuit breakers designed to compensate for the outage > 2.
overloaded and automatically shut off electricity,
UI business student with friend from
along a Hutchinson said. Power was restored to most customersin
high school, were killed Dec. 20 after the friend's car about an hour, and all power was restored by 6 a.m., I jl tat
crossed the center line of U.S. 301 and slammed into he said.

another car, The Tampa Tribune reported. Gainesville police Lt. Sadie Darnell said no traffic
Brent Schlueter, 21, left with friends from a River- accidents occurred as a result of the outage. B r

view bar at about 1:30: a.m. His friend, Raymond C. Q Flasher Banned From Oaks MallA ..44A....X.nf.nt.>FA Parfante, an Auburn University student, was driving t* WILD HAIR MOONSTRUCK;
man who exposed his genitals to an undercover ,tK
back to the bar to get a jacket left behind when the guard Saturday at the Oaks Mall has been Awesome Hair Cut ._.......$S 00 Disordered
accident happened, The Tampa Tribune said. security Prlmo Perm___..... -.-..$20.00 J in mind,
Issued a permanent trespass warning, Alachua County Super HI.Ut s_.Hi.00 #
The other passengers in Farfante's 1959 Buick also Sheriffs Office spokesman Spencer Mann said. Spiral P ..__.$39.00 supposedly affected
received injuries, as did the driver of the 1979 Cadillac K open 7 day by the influence of
they collided with. According to the police report, the unidentifiedman K Gator Plaza 174-86S7 *
approached Oaks Security Officer Raymond Bon- ******************** the moon: crazed
Tim Saviello, a friend of Schlueter's who graduatedlast ,
neville as he sat inside a doorless toilet stall in Service
month, said he'll remember Schluetter's pleasantness. dazed; lunatic. i
Court 2's men's room in the mall. The suspect ex-

posed his genitals and smiled at Bonneville, reports AlligatorAdvertising
"He had a positive attitude about everything,
Saviello said. "He always had a smile on his face." said.When
a call came on Bonneville's radio, the suspect
A memorial will be held for Schlueter
service
"lost his smile and rapidly exited the area," accordingto
tonight at 7 in the Business Administration building.
the report. He was caught shortly after and issued 378 4482
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About 12,000 people lost electricity early Monday Mann said indecent exposure in men's rooms isn'ta
morning after a falling tree limb damaged power lines, problem at the Oaks Mall, but it does occur often in DO YOU HAVE ASTHMA?
Gainesville Regional Utility spokesman Robert Hutchinson -
other public bathrooms in Alachua County.
said. '. MIKE BRUSCEU EARN $650!

Study will require four 12-hour stays
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I Teachers try to keep up with changes in Europe- ,1 I


By CHRISTY HARRIS governments, but now they will learn how lished soon will be obsolete almost immedi- Morrison said the political and teaching
Alligator Writer such systems failed. ately. changes will continue to decrease students'negative
"We will focus not on what kept it stable "Old textbooks are still useful to help image of the Soviet Union.
The dramatic changes in Eastern Europe and in place, but on why it fell apart," demonstrate to students how rapidly things
The imminent threat the Soviet
have come fast, and at the start of a new Morrison said. The question is what's next. change," he said. "It's important to under- Union
semester, some UF political science professors Where is it going?" stand that it may not be that way in a few poses to the United States and to the West
are looking for ways to revise their Morrison said the changing content of his years. Knowledge is not unchanging." has been enormously diminished" Morrison -
said. "We feel safer.
classes and keep students up to date. course sometimes makes teaching difficult. Comparative politics professor Philip Wil- can
Professors such as James Morrison, who Traditional descriptions won't do, and people liams agreed that a lack of material compli- But he warned that "democracy doesn't
teaches Soviet and Eastern European Gov- don't yet know how the present system cates his teaching.He said his 1988 textbook mean peace, happiness, love and freedom."
ernment and Politics, are trying to help works because it hasi/t been in place long can't cover the most recent changes. To Teachers have been altering their
students make sense of the historical hap- enough. compensate, he and other teachers collect courses at their own discretion, and com-
penings and appreciate their significance."It "How much the systems will change is up supplemental newspaper and journal arti- paritive politics professor Rene Lemarchandsaid
is sometimes only in the future that in the air," Morrison said. "It's easy to cles for students to read. the curriculum doesn't need any major
you see the enormity of such changes," overthrow a dictatorship. It's not as easy to He said he expected this semester's stu- rehauling.
Morrison said. "We only see today's events build a democracy." dents to be more interested than usual in There is a need for restructuring offer
and not the broader consequences." Another problem Morrison faces is that Eastern European current affairs. ings and shifting emphasis," Lemarchandsaid.
Morrison said students once were taught anything written about Eastern European 'That might mean spending more time "But we're not talking about throwingour
how communist countries maintained their government is outdated and anything pub- discussing the changes," Williams said. old syllabus in the garbage can."



I I Construction may mark last of new buildings I I


By RONALD DUPONT JR.
Alligator Writer

UF will begin more than$50 million in construction
during the next few months, marking what
may be the last new structures in and around the
center of campus.

"There are no more places for new buildings,"
said Scott Sloan, UFs Facilities Planning director.

With the College of Journalism and
Communications' expansion complete, workers
continue building a dormitory on the Flavet park-
ing lot next to the UF Bandshell, a chemical
laboratory building next to Anderson Hall, a new
art museum on Hull Road, a new student services PEDESTRIANS
building next to Peabody Hall and a new equine y NO
facility building. s BEYOND THIS
And that doesn't include the new addition to
the Reitz Union that will begin in late February.Or ,'
I P POINh.t
the road improvements. Or the renovations to llr
Peabody Hall, to the Veterinary Medical Emergency
Building or to Floyd Hall.

It's the type of construction and renovation that
brings a smile to Sloan's face.

"It shows we're growing and getting new facil-
ities," Sloan said from his second-story office
overlooking the campus. "Construction is partic-
ularly high for this time of the year. We were
fortunate to get the funding."

But too much construction can be bad, he
added. And that's one of the reasons why new Y
construction in the center of campus will begin to
slack off in 1991. UF does not want to become a
mall, of sorts, with lots of buildings crowded
together and connected by walkways, Sloan said.

"We have neat spaces between the buildings,"
Sloan said.The campus is a blending of ivy league KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-AlLIGATOR
schools and a country campus." Scott Sloan, UF's Facilities Planning director, said this construction and other work near the center of campus
"I really think this a nice campus to walk aroundin may be some of the last new buildings constructed there, because of no more room.
," he said.



I Today party may challenge campaign i guidelines {1 1

JL. W i i
not ju st go out and tell them what they want," tify themselves when taking a poll; ing tne drop-add lines at Florida uym.
By M.D.CUMELLA Adams said. What exactly does the word "cam-
"People were coming up to us to get
Alligator Writer But after checking with Elections Supervisor paigning" mean in an SG election; them,"Adams said."It only took about three
students what think has Tim Crowley, Adams found Why aren't absentee ballots "
Asking they : hours to pass out all 500. ,
never been so difficult for Today party chair- the poll may constitute campaigning used in :>o elections;
man Ty Adams and he's asking Student which is illegal before Feb. Can a political party identify Michael Browne, the other presidential
version of the Court 5. The campaign laws are vague itself with a survey once campaign-
Government's Supreme S G candidate, said he plans to do surveys of his
for help. and Adams said he wants the ing starts;
and
own once he announces a party name
Can leaders tell stu-
Adams ran into problems Sunday night Board of Masters to rule on what party
elections running mates.
campaignSpring dents their stance on Issues during
actions considered
decidedto are
when he and other party members
the time the is signing candidates -
party
ing. 1990
reactions to
students and find their
poll
to "We plan to do random phone surveys to
"We want the Board of Masters run.Crowley
24-hour library,phone
17 issues,including a "
what students want Browne said.
registration, tuition increases, two-dayelec- to get some issues settled so we said if t the party re- see ,
tions, a separate women's clinic and campus don't break any rules," Adams said. moved all identification from the survey, it
racial tensions. Adams said his party would Adams said he and Crowley will ask the would probably be legal. Today leaders still have 2,000 surveys
develop its platform based on the poll's board to clarify several different campaign Adams said party members cut the iden- they plan to distribute to fraternity and S
results. issues: tifying names off the survey and distributed sorority houses, dormitory mailboxes and i
"We want to know what the students want, Can political parties or candidates iden- about 500 copies Monday to students leav- off-campus apartments, Adams said.TI '

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4.ALLIGATOR TUESDAY JANUARY 9.1990


ELSEWHEREVolcano I The Preprofessional



. threatens oil refineriesANCHORAGE I Service Organizationis

now accepting
Alaska (UPI) Redoubt Volcano of the flooding and crews have been working since
erupted Monday with no warning, shooting an ash then to clean up the mess and to restore electricity. SPRINGAPPLICATIONS
plume at least 30,000 feet into the air that was visible Cook Inlet fishing concerns and environmental of-
110 miles away in Anchorage, a scientist said. ficials are worried that another major eruption and
Dan Miller of the Alaska Volcano Observatory said, flooding could damage the tanks and result in a majoroil
"We're having an eruption right now. It looks like a spill.
major one. Oil pipeline officials have said, and others agree, deadline Jan. 12,1990 4pm.
"It does contain a lot of ash. It didn't give any that earthen dikes around the tanks have performedas Applications available at PSO office, 327 Reitz Union
immediate warning." designed and that no oil has so far leaked from the
Miller said the volcano blew at 10:25: a.m. AST. tanks. The next general meeting is on Wed. Jan. 17,1990,
State environmental officials continue to work on The emergency order gives Cook Inlet Pipeline 7:30: pm, MSO Auditorium
insuring the safety of crude oil stored at the Drift River Company, operators of the facility, until Thursday to Executive office elections will also be held at this time.
oil facility some 20 miles from the volcano. provide the DEC with information on the constructionand ELM
Department of Environmental Conservation Com- stability of the tanks, plans for reducing the
missioner Dennis Kelso issued an emergency order amount of oil stored at the facility and information on
Friday requiring owners and operators of the oil a dozen other items spelled out in the order. MON FRI U@'B 5 1/2/ blocks
facility to place their oil spill response team on full '"They're' being very cooperative with me," the from
alert and to provide the environmental agency with DEC's Joe Sautner said Monday. 7am 9 pm campus
information about the safety of the facility, specifically Sautner said he last spoke with Cook Inlet officials SAT9am5pm
the seven oil storage tanks. last weekend and that they were working to restore 'X' Co-ed
The oil facility was partially flooded last week by power to the facility. Sautner said the company hoped
mudflows that oozed down the Drift River Valley aftera early this week to load 640,000 of the one million SUN ( No Contracts
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. Soviet Shiites seek Moslem I 372-7876 Nautilus
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MOSCOW (UPI) Azerbaijanis demanding free province, who have destroyed 120 miles of fortifica- I Spring Semester I 6 Months I I One Year I II
contacts with fellow Moslems abroad have spread tions on the frontier with Iran, streamed toward a i $60.00 $75.00 1 $100.00 j ji
their protests to the Soviet-Turkish frontier, destroying bridge over the Araks river at the frontier with Turkey j
border fortifications, the government newspaper Sunday and gave guards an ultimatum to let them i L________i_ _____1________ 1
Izvestia reported Monday.In pass, Izvestia said. WE'LL MEET ANY OTHER GYM'S PRICE AND...
ethnic strife elsewhere in Azerbaijan, presumed They said that, if the guards blocked them, they WE HONOR ALL OTHER GYM'S COUPONS, TOO.
Azerbaijani nationalists blew up two main transport would force their way across in 20 minutes, Izvestia you CflNT BEfiT PETE'S GYM!II!
bridges at the edge of Nagorno-Karabakh, cutting said.
supplies to the embattled Armeniandominatedenclave "The situation became explosive, and the soldiers
the official Tass news agency said. decided to let them pass to avoid the bloodshed," it
In Baku,the capital of Azerbaijan, Communist Party said. "A minute later, the fortifications along about
officials met with Azerbaijani activists in an attemptto one-eighth of a mile of the frontier with Turkey were
find solutions to the ethnic, nationalist and Moslem destroyed." NEw ACUVUE 4I Jy
fundamentalist problems tearing the republic apart. Although the incident involved only a small portionof
Rafik Neshanev, chairman of the Council of the southern border, it was the last remnant of DISPOSABLE CONTACTS
Nationalities of the Supreme Soviet, was present at Nakichevan's southern frontier with Iran and Turkey
the discussions during which, Tass said, "many that had not been battered down by the Moslem
speeches sharply criticized the Communist Party of Azerbaijanis."Now .
the country and the government's Council of Mini- in fact, all the fortifications on the territoryof $3.25jLens
sters." Nakichevan Province are destroyed," Izvestia said.
Shiite Moslem Azerbaijanis from Nakichevan '"The' border continues to be a zone of conflict."
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Fla. (UPI) After spending a month told The Tampa Tribune that spending time away from
behind bars, two anti-abortion activists are rethinkingtheir his family and the reality of life behind bars had given Millhopper Optical
decision to violate their probation and block the him reason to reconsider his participation in Operation
paths of patients at a Tampa abortion clinic Dec. 2. Rescue. The regional group of pro-life activists
John Neal, 45, was sentenced to a year in the Polk demonstrated in front of clinics.
2521 N.W. 41st St. 376-8000
County Jail, while Susan J. Chalkley, 37, received a Neal, who is married with five children, said he will
six-month sentence after they were arrested on the be more inclined to do his protesting off abortion clinic
property of the Alternative Family Planning Clinic in property in the future.
Tampa. An Operation Rescue organizer in central Florida,
Polk County Circuit Judge William Norris sentenced The Rev. Wayne Friedt of Lakeland, said other activists
both in July,along with 97 other protesters, to have curtailed their activity in the wake of the Bridal Show with Class
a year's probation. They had pleaded no contest to jail sentences.
trespassing and resisting arrest charges in connectionwith Once 200 members strong, the organization has January 14,1990
an April demonstration in Lakeland. virtually disbanded, he said.
"This is the stiffest penalty I've seen in central "These people have families," Friedt said. '"There's' Doors Open 1 p.m.
Florida," said Larry Smith, a St. Petersburg attorney only so much they can do."
who is representing Neal and Chalkley. Chalkleys husband, James, said his wife also ex- Featuring Gainesville's Leading
Smith said he had never heard of anyone receivingmore pressed reservations about continuing her efforts
than 60 days in jail on a similar first-degree when she is released."I Merchants, Fashion Show ByJ.
misdemeanor offenses. Neal's sentence was the maximum believe it's saved babies," he said. "I think it's
penalty allowable.A gotten a lot of people to recognize the importance of Paul Clothiers
computer technician from St. Petersburg, Neal this problem.

. Salvadoran officers questioned in priest slayingsSAN I NaturallyAt

SALVADOR, El Salvador (UPI) The Salvadoran international outrage and threatened U.S. aid to the '
armed forces said Monday the military high Central American nation. r .Admission Tickets
command was not involved in the slayings of six Jesuit "One thing is evident. Someone gave the order," $2.00At
priests but that some officers may be linked to the the spokesman said. "This is an isolated act, outside Any Of Our Merchants
killings. any institutional policy"
"The high command is not linked to this act," a President Alfredo Cristiani said in brief nationally
spokesman for Salvadoran Armed Forces said. The televised address Sunday night. that "it has been okay rn:. rst $4.00
high command includes the defense minister and the determined that some elements of the armed forces Banqaet&CoofatiKC Center At The Door
armed forces' top three officers. were involved." Galnwvill.Florida AD Proceeds Donated To
The spokesman, however, admitted that some officers Press secretary Marlin Fitzwater said the United Alachua County Girls Clubs.I .
could be involved in the incident,which sparked States has no proof of government involvement.



TUESDAY;JANUARY 91990.ALLIGATOR s



King Week focuses on racial equality.&. .. Workshop held

By ANTHONY LEDERMAN Dr. King,"Long said."Homelessness,hun today with a speech in Gainesville High
Alligator Writer ger, affliction, better housing- we must School's auditorium at 7 p.m. for civil
address the issues he'd be addressing." Long said Gainesville's celebration is a rightsTen
As UF enters the '90s, race relations on Long and UFs Black Student Union small part of the national picture, and the
UF students will spend the
campus and in Gainesville are at an all-time President Roxy Oliver both said that UFs city is simply a microcosm of racial prob- Martin Luther King Jr. weekend upcoming in
low, a city commissioner said two days recent presidential election showed true lems throughout the nation.
Atlanta at a student conference studyingthe
before the beginning of King Week. racial is still far did
equality away. Long say significant work has been civil rights pioneer's non-violence doc
Gainesville City Commissioner Rodney The hiring of John lombardi! over Marguerite done politically, and many blacks and minorities trines.
Long said he hopes this year's Martin Ross Barnett as UFs next presi- have been elected. UF
Minority Affairs Dean Willie Robinson
Luther King Jr. week of activities will alle- dent sent a negative tone to UF's He said black administrations lead the
will join the students at the conference
viate recent racial tensions on campus and Afro-American students," Long said. top five cities in the nation. David Dinkinswas titled "Nonviolence For a Change." It
in Gainesville. "I don't think it increased racial ten- recently sworn in as New York City's will feature King's widow, Coretta Scott
King Week,which starts today and sions" said. made lot of and Detroit and Los also
runs Oliver "It a stu- mayor Angeles King, and Jesse Jackson, Jr., son of the
through Jan. 16, is an annual event feature dents aware that we have not yet reached have black mayors. former presidential candidate. It will also
ing speakers and conferences,and is sponsored racial equality." "The accomplishments in the '80s has include workshops for interracial coali-
by the City of Gainesville to "I personally think Barnett was the most set a precedent for the '90s," Long said. tions and leadership development.

remember King's life. qualified candidate," she said. "Race and Oliver said it's time to start living King's More than 500 students from more than

"Gainesville has recently shown racial sex had something to do with it" principles.must 100 campuses,including a delegation from
violence and crimes,"Long said. "The city The week will feature many speakers, look toward the dream, pull China, will attend the activities which
has just experienced problems with including former federal judge and Florida together and unite," she said. begin Thursday and run through
skinheads,the skinhead trial and churches gubernatorial candidate Alcee Hastings. Great progress politically and education- Monday's parade and March of Celebra-
being vandalized by race hatred groups." Hastings, who was removed from the ally has been made since King's death, but tion.The trip is sponsored by UFs Student
Long,chairman of the King Week advisory bench for misconduct,will speak at Tigert there's still more to do, Long said. Affairs office,which put up $1,550 to cover
committee,said that to make progressthe Hall next Monday at noon.After his speech "We need to be aware that the systemis registration and hotel costs. Robinson said
celebration will shift from the com- there will be a march on Martin Luther still oppressive," he said. "The oppres- the weekend will be a learning experiencefor
memorative mode to taking actions to re- King Jr. Highway. sive people who wore the hoods are still the students.

alize King's dreams. State Rep. Doug Jamerson,D-St Peters- here, but now they wear three-piece, pin GEOFF BOUCHER
"It's time to start living the principles of burg, will kick off the week's activities striped suits."



Students face '





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it By DUANE MARSTELLER
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Alligator Writer

For some students, drop-add this semester has been
.brar fAk,. "Just Like Paradise." For others, it could have been
termed "Welcome to the Jungle."
Though several students said Monday they were sur-
b s'd how short drop-add lines were, some said this
semester's drop-add was the worst they've ever gone
through.
This is the first line I've got into today, but so far it
has been as bad as ever,"said freshman Jennifer Weinst- '
ock, adding she had been waiting more than an hour to
add a history class. "It's ridiculous. That's all I can say.
It's so frustrating."
1 More than 250 students snaked through the hallwayson
Turlington Hall's fourth floor Monday afternoon,
many looking to drop or add an English or history class.
Several students said they waited for more than two
hours, and some spent that time sleeping on the floor.
"It's been terrible," freshman Fred Cocozzelli said.
'The lines are crazy. It's taken me almost two hours justto
add a history class. I knew it was going to be bad, but
two hours? There's got to be a better way to do it"
But the situation was different one floor below the
REGGIE GRANT_ALLIGATOR history and English departments, where some political
Sophomore Patricia Richardson grimaces after learning all pre-calculus sections are closed and that she will science students said they got their schedules changed
be placed on a waiting list. "I got nothing accomplished," Richardson said after waiting about two hours In
11
see Drop-add page
drop-add lines In Florida Gym Monday afternoon. ,

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Program cutsBy UF's waste by recycling tons of paper I


The university Tigert has 208<> of- It took employees about two weeks to put
CATHY MAGEE had about 10,000 fice paper collection paper in the boxes and trash into the gar-,
Alligator Writer tons'of solid waste T igert Hall produces from boxes throughoutlast bage cans,King said.Once it became a habit
of generated in year and some the four floors of the the program began running smoothly,with
60 tons garbage
Almost and administrative buildings on 4,800 tons was five to 16 tons of waste building. When the contractor, Florida Central Recycle,
classrooms Krause these boxes are full picking up the waste to be recycled twice a
have been recycled paper,
during September month.
campus paper a emptied week.
they are
as part of a state-mandated recycling said."Of that,2,000
tons was probably into one of 12 steel The Reitz Union, another building that
program. recoverable." collection bins scattered_ .on each floor, said began participating Aug. 1, also produces
UFs Physical Plant began the paper re- Susan King, Tigert building coordinator. much waste.Since September the Union has
the most waste
Aug. 1 and now has 70 Tigert Hall produces
cycling program with the reduced garbage collection from two pick-
The biggest problem systemwas
buildings participating. Over the paper of any building on campus any
campus next two months another 230 buildings will where from five to 16 tons a month, Krause that people would throw garbage into ups a day to one pickup and has removedsee

be added to the program, said Al Krause, said.The administrative building was one of the paper bins thinking they were trash Recycle, page 11
UF solid waste coordinator. the first to participate in the program. cans,"King said.



I 6.ALLIGATOR TUESDAY OPINIONSDropadd,JANUARY 9,1990




Mfcbritich

heaven ?

u)(* MOMMY,

Forget drop-add hell. It'll be over in a few days and it's DOMINoESL.

too late to change things this semester. Slowly but

surely, though, UF is trying to make our lives a little] easier -
The recent move to departmental drop-add is one ex-
ample. At least it's keeping us out of the gym, though
we're not sure the third floor hallway of Turlington Hallis

a better alternative.The .
next move scheduled is registration and dropaddby
phone. UF's Interim Registrar Steve Pritz said he

couldn't guess when we'd actually see the system in ac-
tion but said administrators are busy checking out what's

available so they can pick the best program for UF.

Last summer, the hold up was getting phones that
could handle the volume of students that would use the

system. Southern Bell upgraded the phones in November.So .

now, the delay is finding that perfect system. Pritz
said he has memos dating back to the 70s when adminis-

trators first thought of the idea. Since then, we've done re-
search. And five other state universities have started

letting students register and drop-add by phone.
"This university is deeply interested in having the best I Child care : a problem of the 90sThe

service for its students," Pritz said Monday. "It is inter-
ested in making the best decision." process of growth is never easy. A child learnsto
walk by first experiencing the pain and frustrationof eo Jack Levine
Just make a decision already. If it turns out not to be falling down.The same holds true for social change O
the best system in the country, modify it. Any system growth is always preceded by a period of turmoil N FAMILYfastest
that eliminates human sluggishness and error has got to and uncertainty. -
be better than what we have now. At least more efficient, The 1980s has been a decade of remarkable changefor growing big state in America, the wounds to
and probably less bitchy. the American family.The concept of family is much our children have become more profound.The .
different today than generation The "Leave It failure to health
a ago. provide care, protective care
The of South Florida] with than 31,000
University more Beaver" of with the mother and show-
to family two parents at for toddlers quality pre-school services were!
students, began setting up phone registration and drop- home tending to the children and the father going off ing up as debits. Rising costs in remedial educationand
add last spring. Administrators there started with registration to work is reality for only one in American children. the child abuse system were direct outcomes of
for graduate students only, got student input, made Unfortunately, the early 80s was a time of great the failure to invest in children's care.
some changes and then added juniors, seniors and se- denial regarding these remarkable demographic The crises of drug and alcohol abuse, teen preg-
lected groups such as disabled students. After more changes. Most Americans, including elected officials, nancy, runaways, school dropout rates, youth unem-
seemed to believe that the majority of our children the '80s
ployment and crime all began with
changes, all degree-seeking USF students will be able to "
lived in the lifestyle of "the Beave. undervaluation of the family. The cuts have never
register by phone beginning in March. In not home at 3:00 in the after-
reality, mom was : healed, and the scars are ugly reminders of this
"We thought we'd take the ultra-conservative ap- noon, and there were no fresh-baked cookies on the nation's neglect of children.
kitchen counter. For more than a million homeless
proach USF assistant registrar Linda Crossman said.
Graham Greene wrote, "There is always one mo-
Phasing the program in a bit at a time gave USF time to children in America there was no kitchen at all. ment in childhood when the door opens and lets in
More than 30 million babies born in America
check it. Crossman said she solicited feedback after the were the future in.
during the 80s. More than 1.5 million of these new-
first phase and found that 60 percent of the students borns were Florida babies. The challenge of the 1990s is to make this the
chose to register by phone. Because many health and social programs have decade that opens the door to a more healthy and
USF, with about 3,000 fewer students than UF, is oper- been cut, eliminated or underfunded during this de- productive future for America's children and families.
cade, American newborns have suffered.It's We must work to heal the wounds of the past and
ating off 32 phone lines. UF wants 64. And while USF'sstudent
resolve to never again make the neediest among us
hard to tighten your belt when you're wearinga
body is older, more commuting students, it has diaper. suffer the most.

taken a cautious approach implementing the system that Every child-assistance program was significantly Jack Levine is the executive director of the Florida
has seemed to work. reduced during the '80s. And because Florida is the Center for Children &: Youth and has been since 1979.

Crossman said the biggest obstacle for the programwas i LETTERS TO THE EDITO
not getting students to use it but getting around
course approvals. After students complained that phone Abortion victims No woman should have to feel ball, let's go kick some puppies!"
registration was pointless because they had to walk that abortion is her only option, or But seriously Dawn, it's quite
that having her child will ruin
her
around and get physical signatures, her office updatedthe need our supportEditor life.We need to be ready to providethe obvious to me that you've been

system. Now, department heads can pre-approve stu- : Abortion is not merely a love, support and help that will lately having and some that's problems not uncommon.with men
dents in their electronic files. moral issue similar to that of choos- carry her through this time. Just as it is not uncommon for men
USF's system has been modified to fit students' needs. ing whether or not to use profanityor Only then, maybe,will the world to have problems with women.I .
The computer tells students which campus their classesare view X-rated movies. understand that many of us who
on and if it's closed, the computer offers alternatives.An Once you try to comfort some- stand against abortion do so, not should remind you that your
one he loved through the emotional out of judgment, but, because we boyfriend no more represents the
call takes about three minutes Crossman
average trauma that follows an abortion, care more than they could pos- male gender than a grain of sand
said, though Pritz said he witnessed one student punchin you see the destruction and really sibly know. represents the Siberian landscape.
200 course codes individually, vainly searching for an care about the human beings in- Barbara Shelby
open English class. That system needs to be modified. volved. Gainesville I've been hurt by a girlfriend,
but did I write an article denounc-
Before I became a Christian I Don't blame fightson ing all women? No. Did I for one
learned, the painful what
alligator way minute think that all women were
abortion can do. It damages not not!
EditorLucy 'male bonding'Editor children of Satan? Of course
only by the ultimate oppression ofa
Chabot group of people that society : I would like to thank Dawn As for MBS, I think it's about as
Managing Editor Opinions Editor chooses not to recognize as human, Cate for warning me that there significant as girl talk or group
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton but also by the destruction it brings might be some"Jim"out there that bathroom excursions, though I
into the lives of the parents.It's could infect me with Male Bonding don't know what goes on during
Letters Policy easy to believe the white- Syndrome. Until her article I had these sessions and probablynever
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by 10 page). They should be ,
typed, do'ible-spiced' and signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone washed image society paints on no idea it was such a problem.MBS will
numtw.! ,,,,.. will be withheld the writer snows lust cause If you have any questions call I abortion when it hurts someone was just something we joked about Todd Messenger
editorial editor at 316.44.5.
the
page who is faceless to us. -saying things like,"r. ooball,Foo- 1UFI



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TUESDAY,JANUARY 9,1990,ALLIGATOR,7


I Scales pleased with results of 24-hour library plan .I


By ANA ACLE semester and again people some nights 273 people at 2 am., 145 at 3 a.m., 123 at 4 I
Alligator Writer this term and four or five many a.m. and 82 at 5 a.m. The highest numberof
"I heard the library OOfficials decided in nights," Drum said. people sleeping at one time was 10 at 5
The results are in and Student Body Pres- was packed," Scales "We never had more a.m.
ident Ed Scales is smiling-the 24-hour library said, "I heard people! October to keep the b- than eight or nine
was a hit. Scales won't speculate whether officials
were there at 4:30: m sleeping on any given
Carol Drum, chairwoman of the Marston the mormng." brary Open all night for mght." will keep a 24-hourlibrary open each semes-

Science Library, which was open all night Officials argued a two-week trial basis. During his talks ter, but said he would like to see that hap-
last semester during dead and finals weeks, last fall that a 24-hour with library officials, pen.
said the extended hours went well. library was tried be- Scales contended stu-
"We had quite a few people," Drum said. fore at UF and other universities,but it didn't dents wanted the extended hours and This was a win-win type of thing," Scales
"Except for people insisting on eating and work because only a few students used it today's students are more serious about said. "It didn't cost the students any money,
drinking, we had no major problems." after 3 a.m. and many of them were asleep. studying.Library officials kept statistics dur- and gave an alternative to those who don't
Scales negotiated with library officials to But Drum said during dead and finals ing the trial basis that seem to back Scales' like studying at the traditional times."
.open an all-night library and is pleased to weeks at least 100 to 200 people used the arguments.

hear his plan was successful Officials de- library throughout the night, although the According to those records, many stu- UP libraries are paying for the estimated
cided in October to keep the library open crowd dwindled as the night went on. dents used the library between 2 am and $1,000 extra needed to keep the extended
for a two-week trial basis at the end of last "(After 3 a.m.) we had some 30 or 40 5 am The peak numbers for one night were hours for both trial semesters.


I UF reports fewer cases of sexually transmitted diseases .


By KRIS ECKLUND said. Most students seek treatment
Alligator Writer "I think most students are ex- only when symptoms are obvious."If .
tremely conscientious and do not you're a guy and you've got I
For the past three years,the num- want to be infected with anything," gonorrhea and it hurts to urinate, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASESNumber
ber of sexually transmitted diseaseson she said. The thought of having an you're going to come in and get it
campus has been decreasing. STD is very distressing to stu- checked Auth said. "But if you've of cases treated at the Infirmary the last
Chlamydia, a disease character- dents." got painless fleshy bumps that
3 academic
ized by discharge and painful urina- Yet many do not realize they are could be a sign of genital warts,you years
tion for men, but usually infected and unknowingly spreadthe may ignore them. DISEASE 198719881989
unrecognizable in women, was the diseases,Auth said.They're re- Auth and Stewart agree that fear
most common STD on campus for sponsible for what Auth calls"inno- prevents many people from being
three years. Now it has been sur- cent infections." tested for STDs. Chlamydia 435 363 289

passed by genital warts,said Joanne "I'm not saying there aren't peo- "Some students are relying on
Auth, health educator supervisor at ple out there who know they have going in for a yearly exam and then Genital warts 326 344 360
the Infirmary. something that looks suspiciousand just quietly waiting to see if they're
During the 1986-1987 school they still go around and have told something,and that's the worst 181 163 133
year, 435 cases of chlamydia and unprotected intercourse, but I've thing you could do," Auth said. Herpes
181 cases of herpes were reportedat seen enough people upset by the In cases of gonorrhea, a person
the Infirmary. Last year, those fact that they've infected someone could have a severe outbreak that Gonorrhea 75 56 32
numbers dropped to 289 cases of they really care about," she said. appears to go away. Although the
chlamydia and 133 cases of herpes. Susan Stewart of the Gainesville symptoms have disappeared, the Syphilis 3 1 0
The number of cases of genital Women's Health Center said at person is still infected,but a physi-
warts has increased to 360 last year least 50 percent of sexually trans- cian will not recognize a problemwith
from 326 in 1986-1987 becomethe diseases have routine The
to mitted symptomsthat a exam. person
Increased awareness about STDs be responsiblefor
leading STD on campus. More infected people don't recog- must tell the doctor to get tested may
students are seeking treatment,but nize. and treated, Auth said. higher reported levels of some diseases and lower

that doesn't mean greater numbersare "A person will feel that they're The Infirmary treats about one- levels of others.
being infected, Auth said. fine,but they are actually spreadingthis third of all UF students who have Source: Joanne Auth/HeaKh/ Educator
More people are becoming aware infection, especially if they STD's, Auth said. The rest seek
of STDs, recognizing symptomsand have more than one (sexual) part- treatment elsewhere or remain un-
striving to prevent them, Auth ner," Stewart said. aware they are infected.


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I college students costing state moneyBy I


ernment to help pay vacy or because they media campaign to educate college studentson
GEOFF BOUCHER for those services," don't pay taxes, or the fiscal advantages of the census.
Alligator Staff Writer "Each person costs the "
Riordan said. "But if whatever, he said. "The reason the SUS is concerned is
State officials say they will try to end the someone isn't state money through theservices 'We'll be trying to let because the funds we rely upon are often
tradition of Florida college students being counted aren't. college students know "
we based on population, he said. "Right now
missed by the U.S. census, an error costingthe given money for they use if that this is not some we get back 85 cents of every dollar Florida
state federal funds and potential con them." someone isn't counted t kind of harassment, residents pay into the federal government.
gressional sealsStudents Riordan said college but it's an important The more people we have in the state, the
in Florida's nine public univer- students slip we aren't given money thing that helps the more of that dollar we'll get.
sities and 28 community colleges make up through the 10-year state."
about 7.5 percent of the state's population, population count be- for t them. Gov. Bob Martinez In addition to college students, other
but are usually under-represented in census cause they keep odd Pat Riordan said last week thestate's groups traditionally under-represented in
counts, said State University System hours and sometimes growth in the the census are the homeless and young
Spokesman Pat l Riordan He also said Mon- try to escape governmental SUS Spokesman 1980s could result in black males.
day if the tradition continues in the upcom- intrusion into as. many as four new
ing March census,the state will lose federal their lives. seats in Congress and billions 01 federal The census is done predominately
dollars and may miss out on more national "They're not home at convenient times to dollars. Martinez, who appointed the Com- through questionnaires which are sent to
political power. receive phone calls or visits from census plete Count Committee last year to improve every known address in the country includIng
"Each person costs the state money workers," Riordan said. "You know, they'renot census accuracy, also said each Florida res- college dormitories.Mailings that aren't
through the services they use -either by around from eight to five and making ident who isn't counted costs the state$300a answered are followed up by phone calls
using the highway, using health services, appointments with them is not always easy. year in federal funds.In and door-to-door visits by census workers.
the judicial system,public schools,whatever "Also some people avoid any government cooperation with the count committee The entire information gathering process
-and we get money from the federal gov- attention, either because they like their pri- Riordan said the SUS will be heading a takes about three years.



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I Teachers say freshmen lack basic skills I Support grows

By NICOLE SNEED raised,"he said."These students we are
Alligator Writer High getting today are the cream of the
I SAT scores don't crop." for tax on beerBy
Although incoming UF students are
But Carolyn Smith, director of fresh-
getting smarter each year, some UF mean students will be man English, said high SAT scores
professors are still having to reteach able to keep up with the don't mean students will be able to DEBBIE CENZIPER
basic skills they say should have been handle the coursework required to Alligator WriterA
learned in high school. coursework required to
graduate."I bill calling for a 2 percent tax on the distribution of
Many students who come to UF and
enroll in basic requirement graduate.looking think the SATs reflect their intel beer in Florida received unanimous support from 14
such courses ligence,"Smith said.There is a differ board members who attended a meeting of Community
as math and English find they'rein
over their heads, a problem Liberal at transcripts, Nelson discovered ence between a machine" graded test Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Monday afternoon.
Arts and Sciences Dean Willard W. that 80 percent of the students in and writing an essay. The council, which gets its strength from 400 mem-
of her students bers and 23 board members from different of the
Harrison said may exist because students his classes had taken algebra, geome- Many experience parts
never learned the fundamentalskills try and algebra II in high school."I problems when asked to write simple community, will back the bill when it is reintroduced to
that act as prerequisites to these found the preparation was very compositions, Smith said. the Florida legislature Jan. 31. The bill was debated
classes. good ... but still we were having a "I think they haven't had a lot of during the last legislative session but was not passed.
"Writing is notoriously difficult for number of students having difficulty," practice in writing, and that is what I Board member Sam Clark said the tax would generatean
students,"Harrison said."Mathematics he said. "It's a little perplexing that think they need-more practice," she estimated $65 million annually for alcohol and drug
is not what it used to be. Our studentsare students came in looking good on paper said.Nelson treatment and rehabilitation.
some of the better ones, but even but weren't" from the math department, "People will be taking out an insurance policy for their
in that group you would see some prob- But other teachers say students have said that sometimes the students who future," he said.
lems." been steadily improving from past breeze through high school don't haveas UF Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen, who
Harrison has also noticed a high de- years. English associate professor easy a time at UF. serves on the council, said the group "raises awareness
ficiency in students' English grammar Kevin McCarthy, who's taught for 20 The irony is that some of the better and makes community members knowledgeable to the
skills. years, said each year he tells his stu- students who have never had to work commitment to fight drug abuse."
There isn't as much of that taughtin dents they're the best he's taught yet. hard suddenly are competing with a lot The volunteer organization was founded in 1983 to
the schools as there used to be," he "I find the students are getting better of bright students,"he said. "Learninghow increase awareness of substance abuse rather than endit
explained. "It's a problem that probably each year," McCarthy said. "As you to study is the hardest thing to do." CCADA President Patti Greenough said.
started back in the 70s but its never know, UF can be very selective in its It would be impossible to pinpoint "We see ourselves as a piece of the pie and people
been corrected. candidacy of students. Each year, each why some students don't do well, but must get involved in their own areas in order to have a
Charles W.Nelson,math department class does become better-statisticallyat students who work hard and want to drug-free community," she said.
associate chairman, said he thinks the least. learn are the ones who will graduate CCADA holds monthly forums, participates in "Just
problem may be students' motivation."We Harrison said the average incoming from UF, Nelson said. say no" contests in elementary schools, prints informational -
can't say it's the fault of the high freshman SAT score of 1134 is extremely "Either they really are unprepared, brochures and sponsors workshops on substance
schools that is a cop-out' ," Nelson high and competitive with the and if they aren't (prepared), do they abuse.
said. "There has been a change in the best state universities in the nation. have the motivation to make up for it," "Our main objective is to get people aware of the
attitude towards work." "Its getting more difficult to get Into he said."If they are motivated they will council and what we have to offer the community,"
Through asking his students and UF because the standards keep being dig deeper." Greenough said.

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I mmrnnnr13 MAC MINKS: MEANS NO WAITING'ninxnni, ;.,;nittm;;;;;-
NCAAfrom very well. Having him sit out a year supported amending it. The j rj%, TAN NAKED \
is harsh enough. Academics amendment allows high school /i 1 Iw 1 \ .Week M.mb.nhp, I
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42, we are creating a back door, so ics second maybe third after letic department aid to receive ; CAIJIoESVIIUCYM ;3
family." other scholarship suchas ..
be it. your money 1i. III N"W 376MOOTrrMNoixxiV"
UF scholarship athlete and Interim UF head basketball non-athletic financial aid for students ,ryrnnaxnix'"I' 1 mA Al'I'Rovrn '''"'''''''" ,
freshman basketball player Hosie coach Don DeVoe said he also in need -if they qualify for
Grimsley said he did not like Prop- doesn't like Proposition 42. it. _
osition 42 but did like Proposition "I am from the old school, and I The delegates also voted on five InterviewSuit
48 which says students not think people have to be given the other key pieces of legislation.
meeting the academic require- opportunity to go to college if they Athletes can now receive up
ments can still get a scholarshipbut meet the minimum requirements," to$1,700 in Pell Grants,$300 more Sale
can't play sports for a year. It he said. "And if you're from a socio- than the previous limit.
also says the student has to make economic background and you .The proposal to allow Division1A i
good academic progress before be- need help,by golly,you should not football schools to sign a max- 40%
coming a sophomore. be deprived because you happento imum of 30 football players insteadof
However, according to Proposition be a student athlete."It the current 25 was voted down. OFF
42, incoming freshman can't meant that if you didn't qual- A resolution to take a poll for
participate in sports or receive ify for minimum NCAA require- freshman eligibility in basketball Entire Stock
scholarships if they do not meet ments and you needed aid, you alone was discussed and the dele-
the full academic requirements."I couldn't get it from the university, gates voted unofficially to supportthe
don't think it's fair denying a and I think that was very unfair." continued use of freshman in
kid a scholarship because he didn'tdo While most of the delegates attending basketball. Choose from
well on a test," Grimsley said. the NCAA convention sup- United Press International con-
"Some people just don't take tests ported Proposition 42, they also tributed to this report. over 200
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PLATFORMfrom a three-step plan that includes ask majors. Browne said he thinks the
1 ing minority leaders to speak to idea will attract even students who Shop early for
page student groups and organizing pro- normally aren't involved in SG be-
elections, he always appreciates grams that are co-sponsored by cause it gives them a chance to soon best selection.
student feedback about his depart two or more minority groups. leave their mark at UF. ds
ment. "It's time for student leaders to Vitali said the shelters are a
"At least for those of us in Stu- say, 'Hey, we don't stand for that good idea, but he has "other im- Sae, 1
dent Affairs, our business is work kind of thing,'" Browne said. portant issues to address."
ing with students and we don't The plan would bring students Although Browne and Vitali dis- J. Paul Clothiers
mind criticism," Sandeen said. together and help them to under agree on many points, they haveat
One campus issue that has re- stand each other's problems, least one goal in common for
ceived much criticism lately is racism Browne said. Another idea he has this election persuading more & Co.
and UF's handling of it. Vitali planned to bring students togetheris students to participate in the SG
said he would like to establish a the revival of a 1987 Wave party that spends $4.3 million of their Up Front Creekside Mall 378-9389
hotline students could call to re- platform- campus bus shelters. money."I .
port racial harassment. The shelters would be designedand think there's a lot of people
Browne said he would also like built by architecture, engi- that want to get involved, but just TOO SHY TO TELL HER HOW YOU FEEL?
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DROPADDfrom ally had hundreds of people in the hall." RECYCLEfrom January 1990 and should eventually
page 5 In addition, there hasn't been any major prob- page 5 show a profit, Day said.
lems with the computer system the departmentsare The paper that was once consideredtrash
within 30 minutes."I using to change students' schedules, UF one of its four dumpsters, said Mainte- now is being recycled in order to
haven't gotten everything I wanted to get Interim Registrar Steve Pritz said Monday. Last nance Superintendent Patrick Day. comply with the Florida Solid Waste
yet," sophomore James Irvin said after adding a semester, breakdowns in the links between the The reduction will save the building Management Act of 1988, Krause said.
political science class. "This drop-add) has been departments and UF's data center caused delays about $7,000 a year in garbage collec-
my worst because of my schedule, but the lines that left many students complaining."I've tion costs, Day said. The building pro- But the university is 15 years late,
haven't been too bad." talked to some of our folks who are duces almost four tons of recoverable said Heather Weiner, president of the
working out there,and they've said there's beenno student government-funded Environ.
each month of which is
To make things easier, the political science paper most mental Action Group.
problems, Pritz said. "Everything's gone
generated from the student activitiesarea
enforces
department now drop-add) appoint- much "
ments and allows only political science majorsto pretty smoothly. on the third floor. "We've been urging this action for
Political science student Dan
graduate Bunye,
drop or add a class the first two days. The who the with The Union began planning for the 15 years and I'm disappointed the university
working agreed
was on computer,
department also abolished waiting lists for Pritz. program in early May and since has took action only after the state
classes. law was passed,"Weiner said.
received support from both students
The computer system has been working per-
"Our department's been a lot lighter because fectly," Bunye said. "We had a lot of problemslast and faculty, Day said. The law, which went into effect July
we're now setting priorities," Warren Heymansaid semester, but they're gone this semester." Alachua County donated $27,000 to 1, requires a 30 percent reduction in
while checking students' computer sheets. Petting his computer, he added,"I'll probablytake begin the campus program, which non-recycled waste by the end of 1994
"Before, everyone came out en masse. We liter- it out to dinner tonight. should be paying for itself as early as for the university and all counties.


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Five UF employees have received the
newly established Davis Productivity
i Produced ty(UF Information and Publications Services, 355 Awards for increasing productivity in state
T pert Hall and paid lot at usual advertising rales to communicate
official''' notices and important information 'to agencies. Sixty-two individual awards were
students (acuity and stars Call 392 0186 lot' information' given statewide.
Dale Hissem, a farm administrator with
the Institute of Food and Agricultural ,. .I'
Sciences (IFAS), was rewarded for im- Jf:
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Drop/Add Period proved management practices that in- H'
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netted an additional$50,000 in milk sales.

.. This Week; Fees Roy Budde,Jr., an administrative assis-
tant in the Finance and: Accounting Divi-
sion, initiated procedures that eliminatedthe
Are Due FridayLate need to pay out $18,000 in overtime HISSEMJOHNSON BUDDE
costs for processing vendor invoices.

registration for spring term will Donna Johnson, administrative com-
continue today and Wednesday in Florida puting consultant in the College of Busi-
Gym from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 8 ness Administration, designed and imple-
a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, the last day of mented an admissions application trackingand
late registration. Students registering late response system that resulted in a
are subject to a $25 late registration fee. No 20-percent increase in applications
one will be permitted to begin late regis- processed, and a 30-percent savings in stu-
tration after 1 Thursday. All late dent assistant costs.
p.m. reg-
Victoria Redd Patterson administrative
istration be ,
must completed by 4 that
day. Students with questions about p.m. late assistant in the College of Pharmacy, in-
creased the value of submissionsfrom
registration should call the Registrar's Office grant
at 392-1375 and ask for the registration $4.3 million to $15.8 million by im-
information extension. plementing a new system that identified
520 agencies that fund pharmacy teachingand PATTERSON WILLIAMS
DROPADDThe / research activities.
period for students to drop or add Lorraine Williams, administrative secre- external financial support for polymers ted by the Center.
courses or change course sections will tary with the Center for Macromolecular research by more than $1 million by Also awarded were an Individual
continue today and Wednesday from 8 Science and Engineering, helped increase doubling the number of proposals submit- Achievement Certificate to Denise Stobbie,
a.m. to 4 p.m. The deadline for studentsto College of Law Publications Office, and a
submit forms for
dropping classes orchangin Work Unit Achievement Certificate to the
sections is 4 p.m. Wed- Center Schedules UF
nesday. However, students can continueto Faculty Support Libraries'Davis Award Cataloging program Department.The is a joint pro-.

add classes on Add Only Day, from 8a.m. ject of state government, the business
to 4 Students should Seminars for A&P
p.m. Thursday. Computer Faculty association Florida Council of 100 and the
refer to the spring schedule of courses for ,
government watchdog Florida Tax-
information on drop/add/ procedures.FEE The Center for Com- 23 12:50 to 2:45 group
Faculty Support : : p.m. Watch. The annual awards are named
DEADLINEThe puting is offering USING DOS-MANAGING DISK STOR- after the Davis brothers, founders of
deadline to pay fees for spring termis seminars for faculty, A&P land AGE-Jan. 25, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. Winn-Dixie, who provided the funding.
2:30: p.m. Friday. Students should sub- post-doctoral associates. The Center, at
mit fees by mail or place them in the drop 2215 Turlington Hall, is open from 8:30: USING WORDPERFECT 5.0-Section 1: p
box at the north end of the HUB. Students a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. the Macintosh Lesson 1, Jan. 16, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and
who fail to pay fees or make arrangements classroom, located in 521 Weil Hall, is open Lesson 2, Jan. 18, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Sec- Sign Up Now For
for deferments by the 2:30: p.m. Friday only during scheduled seminar hours. tion 2: Lesson 1, Jan. 30,12:50: to 2:45: p.m.,
deadline will be assessed a$25 late charge.Fee Registration is required for the hands-on and Lesson 2, Feb. 1, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. French
payment should be made by check or lessons by calling 3927249 or stopping by ADVANCED WORDPERFECT 50-Section Spanish
money order. Students may also pay fees the center. A UF ID card and a picture I ID 1: Lesson 1, Jan. 22,9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and
in person at the HUB between 8 a.m. and are required for registration. January and Lesson 2, Jan.24, 9:35: to 11:30: a,m.; Sec- Placement TestsFrench
2:30: p.m. today through Friday, but long February seminars are listed below: tion 2: Lesson 1, Feb.13, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.,
lines are expected.Advanced INTRODUCTION TO IBM PERSONAL and Lesson 2, Feb.15, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. and Spanish placement tests can

COMPUTER-Jan. 16,, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. USING LOTUS 1-2-3-Section 1:Lesson be taken today through Thursday at the
Romanian USING DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-Jar 1, Feb. 13, U:50: to 2:45: p.m., and Lesson Language Learning Center. Students who
2, Feb. 15, 12:50: to 2:45: p.m. plan: to register for a French or Spanishcourse
MUST take a placement test if they
Class Offered
SpringStudents Save Old Phone have had two or more years of the languagein
going through late registrationor LOTUS ADDITIONAL WORKSHEET high school (except 9th grade), have had
drop/add/ this week may register for Ad- Books For Next SKILLS-Section 1: Lesson 1, Feb. 19, 9:35to : two semesters of the language at another
vanced Romanian, FOL 4905, being offered 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, Feb. 21, 9:35to : college or university, or if they have outof-
spring semester by the Romance Week's DriveHold 11:30: a.m.LOTUS classroom knowledge of the language.
Languages and Literatures Department. GRAPHICS-Feb. 5, 9:35: to Students meeting any of these condi-
Romanian, a Romance language derived on to those old phone books 11:30: a.m.USING. tions who fail to take the placement test
from Latin, is the native language of approximately and campus directories! New telephone dBASE IV-Section 1: Lesson 1, maybe dropped from the language classat
20 million people living in books are being issued campuswide, Jan. 17 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, any time by the Department of Romance
Romania and southeast Europe. and faculty staff and students are askedto Jan. 19, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. Languages and Literatures.
The course, open only to students with save their old telephone books and INTRODUCTION TO SAS/PC-Section/ Because of seating limitations, studentsare
prior knowledge of Romanian, will be campus directories for next week's 1: Lesson 1, Feb. 7, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and asked to sign up for tests in advanceat
taught by Dr. Emanuel Merdinger. For "Phone Book Recycling Days." Lesson 2, Feb. 9, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. the Language Learning Center 103
more information, call the Department of Collection boxes labeled "For Old Dauer Hall. Sign-ups will not be taken
Romance Languages and Literatures at Phone Books Only" will be installed in INTRODUCTION TO THE MACIN- over the phone. Placement tests are given
TOSH-Feb. 2, 9:35: to 11:30
392-2017. : a.m.
all administrative and classroom buildings each semester during registration and pre-
and dormitories. In addition, seven MACINTOSH MICROSOFT WORD registration periods. Students should con
large bins will be placed around open 4.0-Section 1: Lesson 1, Feb. 6, 9:35: to tact the Language Learning Center for I
News University areas on campus to collect old phone 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, Feb. 8, 9:35: to specific dates and sign-up information.This .
& Information books and directories from homes and 11:30: a.m.; Section 2: Lesson 1, Feb. 12, week's test dates'are as follows:
offices. The University hopes to collecta 12:50: to 2:45: p.m., and Lesson 2, Feb. 14,
UNIVERSITYUPDATE minimum 20,000 books between next 12:50: to 2:45: p.m.MACINTOSH Today
Monday and Friday. GRAPHICS-Section 1: 10 a.m., 1:30: p.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.

For more information about the Lesson 1, Jan. 23, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and Wednesday
V30 p.m WRUFAM 8SO recycling drive, contact UF's solid waste Lesson 2, Jan. 25, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Sec- 9 a.m.,10:30: a.m., 1:30: p.m. and 3 p.m.
6ODm: WRUFAM flSO coordinator, Al Krause, at 392. 7396. tion 2: Lesson 1, Feb. 5,12:50: to 2:45 p.m., Thursday
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the influence of 3 bdrm condo In Casablanca Large 4bdrm house,carport,fenced yard, can help you find that perfect place to live.
central a/c, $395 237 SW 4 Ave. 372-
5 3 Large br 2 bath house ,
minute from campu 200mo. & 1/3 Gator Rental Finders UF Plaza. 1-12-
the moon: crazed; utilities. 377-6870 M or F. 1-12-5-1 450month. 710 NW 54th Terr. 172. 1-31-17-2 5-2
Large fenced yard near Oak Mall.
dazed; lunatic. Immediately seeking n/s F to sublet for 376-0831 alter 8:30: pro/weekend 1-10- WOOD FLOORS 2 lid, three blocks N of
Spring & summer, completely, turn. 3-2 UF 329 NW 17 St, very nice. Office: 411 MOUNT VERNON APTS.
2bdr/2ba apt. at Oakbrook sacrifice NW 15 St. 371-0769. 1-12-5-2 1 ft 2 Bedrooms
$150/mo. Collect 9047887732. 1-12-5-1 Arlington Square Apia for the serious Available Now
itudent or provisional, next to the Hippo. STUDIO walk to UF $225 water 1829
pd.
Call 481-2166, 372.8404 for 2br apt, near 2370 SW Archer Rd *** 372-5389
drome, ibdr from $365 2bdr from $500, NW 2 Ave. by 0-Oome. Mgt. 411 NW 15 1-16-5-2
campui, nice neighbors parking (srs, jrt, uptown living..downtown) 378-9662. 1- St. 371-0769. 1-12-5-2
grad students) no pets. Prlv.rm availablenow.
1-12-4-1 31-17-2 A spacious 2000 sq ft, 3 or 4 bdr 2ba, pool
house 11/2 West of UF, 2816 W Univ.Ave.

I Fine Line by Ray Boehmer I 2 2 homes bdrm fireplace for rent or 2 story wcentral $650/mo.Appt. only 376-B183.' 1-16-5-2

heat & air, $385/mo., 3735018. Walk to Studio Apt walk to UF campus, nice, safe
UF. 1-12-5-2 neighborhood, utilities Included. Hurry,
ME AND MV FRIEND' HAVE W l'IlE TETROwSONESecrOM lie",RICH' r W WATS 6PROSLEM7 won't last long. $26S/mo. 371.23; ., .
DOWNS HERE 01' THE! SANt': n..THE\ C.'Ollo 4 BD 2 BTH HOUSE BY UF Mg. 1124.2 *i'(-1
Wt NAVETN'SCower '' LEADER? 201 NW 10 St. Wood floors,cent heat/air, *
=M ArwuD AND wI' DON I'PLAY J I DoN1 KNOW! carport. Mgt. 411 NW 15 St. 371-0769. WINDMEADOWS )\t'.
NOT! wow, Olll'Sb'iZ, ASK! THE'KIN 1.12-5-2 1,2& 3 Bedroom Apt*. %x::
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3 FOR RENT/SALE / Own Rm share ba in 3bdr Marchwood Beds: queen $ 00.2 twins $50 ea, sofa Salesman
Estate
Condo 170mo./ Lance at 372-6844. 1- course 7-day BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
sleeper queen ft love seat, like new $380, Begins Feb. 12 Saturday only class
Near UF lot for rent, long term RVi 11-3-5 chest of 5 drawers $30, a/c/ 12,000 BTU begin mid Feb. Call 371-2787 Fla Ctr for
200. 374- ,
nO/mo. Nice MH rentals, rsaales, 378- M/F roommate needed to share 2br iba 054. 1.103.6Full Real Estate ed. 1-12-5-7 '1233 NW 10th Ave.
9291 Arredondo Farms Mobil Home
apt. In NW area 118mo. & 1/2 util. Call size bed/twin size bed/6/ drawer base
3721664MCVISAInsurance
Park. 1-19-0-3 PRIME UF LOCATION!II!
3713425. 1-16-5-5 10 fish tank
gal fully equip. Neon signs
15 Room House. Fully Rentedl! Earn
(Coors ft Lite), Portable Typewriter 335- Free Pregnancy Test
Need N/S/ M/F Rmmt to share Spacious 5905. 1-11-4-6 while you learn and/or/ Invest/freter-/ Member
SUBLEASE: Condo In Somerset Village $247/mo./ Call nlty. Good Condi! 375-6652. 1-31-17-7 National Abortl-n Federation

Ted at 376-1298. 1-12-4-5, New Bicycle ATB style '18speed, chro- 4-30-75-11,
4 HOUSE/APT. molly frame, Index shifting, all the bells
Oakbrook Walk: M rmmt to share fully furn and whistles. Must sell. Call 3320940. 8 MOTORCYCLES SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE

60 SECONDS TO CAMPUS 2br/2ba condo wash/dry/ micro, pool 1-12-5-6 Get confidential testing and treatment at
tv/vcr. $200/mo/ ft util.! Call Sim at 372- 1981 Honda 750 Superaport, very sharp, PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-
Across from Tigert 1 Rm, furn/unfurn
;
pool. Sublet Jan-June; renew option In 3842. ,., 6.5.5 Country-style furniture, sofa, coffee table good condition, first $750 takes it, 373- 30-75-11
ft chairs good condition. $125, call 375- 5018. 1-12-5-8,
June $250/mon. Include util 371-
( )
9508. 1-10-3-4 Rmmts Needed: Nice 4bdr/2ba/ house, 8017 ask for Chris, after 8pm 377-5216. ** GATOR MOVING **

close to UF. Individual lease. Phoenix 1-12-5-6 Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packlng/ 1ItemHse .
Sublet 2bdrm 1bath Unfurnished $310 a Properties. 411 NW 16th St. 371- 9 AUTOS / Full. Days/Eves. Long di*.
PEUGEOT' man's road bike. Excel
spd
mo. & $150. deposit. Walk to campus. 0769. 1-18-5-5 Llc/lns. Harry/Bill/ 374-4791. 4-30-75-11
lent condition $175 or best offer Call 1985 Laser am/fm casa,
Sunbay Apt 708 SW 16th Av. Ph 338- Chrysler a/c.
Roommate Wanted for a spacious 3-bed- 336-6401. 1-12-8-6 alarm hatchback w/ sunshield -
1543. 1.10-3-4 auto. trans syi SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons
room apartment. Rent ia $165/month ft 58000 mis, many new part*. boarding woodier facilities *
Sublet 2bdr apt. till July $3lO/mo/ & util. util. Poolslde. Male/N/S./ / Georgetown Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more $4300 Obo. 3353972. 1-18-8-9 hay rides parties tale working
brands are all at our New Locationl Car
apta. 375-6326. 1-16-5-5
Pompay Apts. 3755280. 1.10.3.4 students accepted. 466-3224 3758080.
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- I'a It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 4-30-75-11
N/S F rmmt needed to share master bdrmIn 2070. 4-30-75-6 through the US.: Government Get the
5 ROOMMATES brandywine l37/mo. & 1/4 utilities. facts today! Call 1-708-742-1142 Ext. TERMPAPER HELPER
Jacuzzi weight room, pool. Call 335- CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest 688. 1-9-1-9 Writing, research. Fast, reasonable
9846. 1.18.5.5 ', best and lowest priced car etereo
UNBELIEVABLEWe pricts. 800-331-9783 ext. 999.
store In town 372-2070 2201 NW 13 St.
For Sale 1977 NOVA good condition. 335- 1-12-5-11,
put roommates at your fingertip We
2 bedroom 22 bath Condo. Washer 4-30-75-6 1460 leave message. 1-18-5-9
can help you find that Ideal roommate dryer micro N/S. Avail. Now. $225mo.Call / .
FAST. Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza. 3353889. 1-12-4-5 Rockford Foegtte, Yamaha Pioneer, *SUNBELT MOVING*

336-9349. 1-12-5-5 Infinity, Kicker Code Alarm. The Beat 10 WANTEDLocal Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies.
Serious student 4br house walk UF/city. Car Sterlo Installers In town. Car Stereo 1-ltem -House full. Local/Lng dlst. Llc/lns.
furnished twnhse $257 ft 1/2 util.
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Fully ,
lS9/mo. & util! & $100 deposit. Quiet. to Go. 378-1834. 4-30-75-6 Artist needs: GOLD Gem, Class Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 4-
F N/S bed bth.
own 1 1/2 clean & responsible -
377-0165. 110.25 Ring ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine 30-75-11
no pet, in Willlamsburg. Call 2 single beds plnewood/ $75. each. 1 Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10

Pam 3351358. 1-12-5-5 ** OAKBROOK $17J/mo./ f, NI.hlkI10-lpeed $175. $250 New. Dennis ONE STOP DENTISTRY

N/S, share rm, pool wId. micro security 376-3596. ,.,7-7-8
Own room In furnished N.W. house; w/d; 11 SERVICESNW Accepting new pts, emerge

new appliances. Want n/s, clean, reap, 3 blk/cimpue, furnished. Deposit. 371- 1985 Trac Eagle moped great condition; Adult cleaning $28, child $18
female grad stud. $270 & 1/2 utilities. 4708. 1-12-4-5 $275. Refrigerator great lor dorms; $75. Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave ((4)Wisd.) tee. $325 ((3)Wild.) tee. $250,
373-7097. 1-12-5-5 Call 372.79I1g.48' near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from ((2)Wiad.) tee. $200
$20, 10% disc, to students. 332-8917. 4- Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC. V, AE
F Nonsmk grad student own room 3 bdr 6 FOR SALE Fender Stratoctiter Plus with case $550, 30-75-11 Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.H. .
house 1 block from Shands. fireplace vcr also assorted effects. Call Bruce 374- T. Gonsouhln, DDS, 372-9521
microwave 175mo. 3712569. 1-12-5-5 BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs 4202 after 8pm on weekdays. 1-12-5-6 AAA STORAGE 1-31-17-11
low as $25/mo no $ down Close to UF Convenient
Nonsmoking female wanted to share bedroom FREE Catalogue over 50,000 4x4x4 $15/mo
In furnished Williamsburg Village, customers 1-800-825-7283 Queen size waterbed headboard $75 4x8x8 $25/mo MOPED CITYPick

2bedroom townhouse, $110 ft 1/4 util. large 2-dresser set w/ mirror $50, dining 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771' up/Drop off...1/2 off now
Call 3355802. 1-12-5-5 SLEEPY??????????????????????? room table w4 chairs $40, call Michelle 4-30-75-11 1-31-18-11
Twin bed for sale with
mattress, box 338-1714.
message. 1-12-5-6
Room ft Bath In NE House, N/S, Cent spring frame all In great condo First $40
'ht/ac, wash/dry/ no lease. l95/mo & 1/2 takes itl I 3354447. ,-, 0-3.8 i

util. Call Dave after 6pm at 378-4898. 1- Waterbed King seml-wavelea with book
12-5.5 Queen waterbed w/heater, sheets a com case headboard, light wood. $110. 335-
forter $150 obo. 3752218. 1-12-5-6 4635 Kate. 11256LOOKI iI
N/S/ F to share 3bdr/2ba home wmom ft
child In NW. 180mo. A 1/2/ util. 371- Assembled oval wood dining table leaf I
9614. 1-12-5-5 Included ..aIl8. 4 matching chairs $125 ... 000 King waterbed-use
obo 373-7425 Iv. message. 1-12-5-6 standard sheets-cost $700 newsacrifice

$225, Aquarium 45 gal complete $260,
MOONSTRUCKDisordered SOFA: 7 feet long decent condition light wht brass hdbd twin $30. All prices neg.
In mind supposedly affectedby blue slipcovers need to be dyed. Incredible 3380483. 1-12-5-6

the Influence of the moon, crazed, lunatic comfortable' 374-8547 evening 1-

dazed. 11035ROCKWOOD 10.3.8 Love-sest Gold/Green Color $75 Chair

VILLAS Take over my Power Plant Membership! beige seat and back $50 Both $110.

M/F N/S/ to share luxurious $150. Thru 8/91/ 373-7374, leave mes Both 11-3-6 In excellent condition. 378-2616. 1-

3br/3ba condo. Own rm/ba/ sage. 1-12-5-6

245mo. & 1/3/ util.
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable
335-9124 3059718688. Nice Clean Modern Furniture All at Reasonable remnants
or for dorm or We
your apartment.
Prices Come Take a Look.
1125.5 deliver! Ray' Rug 535 SW 4th Ave. 377-
The Plunder House
5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 2-6-20-6
Polo's M or F own bed/bath & 1/2 util. 511 SW 4 Avenue. 1-22-10-8

$300 negotiable Wsh/dry fully furn. Inc. I ,
bdr. Call 335-7255. 1-12-5-5
FOR THE LOVE OF HORSESThe

Roommate Wanted: N/S, young prof. or

grad student. Call 3761341. 1-12-5-5 foal intensive care unit of the College of

Free rent for January! Live way cool at Veterinary Medicine invites those interested in
I Oak Forest for only $150. Own bedroomand
1/4 utilities. Call 338-4957 to party$$.
1.12.5.5 helping to care for hospitalized newborn foals to


j M/F Own room in nice 2br/1/ ba SW apt. off come to an orientation meeting. Something for thoseof

Archer Rd. $145 ft 1/2 util. 335-4835
1.12.5.5 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 5:30: PM
Kate. who aren't
I
Veterinary Medical Teaching: Hospital you taking
F Rmmt for furn 4bdr/2ba Condo by Oaks
Mall. Includes Washer Dryer Security Small Animal Receiving Entrance Stanley H. Kaplan Prep

I System. 200mo. & split util. 335-4298. Questions? Call 392-4741
11255Christian

f n/s to share 2br apt wsame.. We've produced more top scores on tests like the

...eve/wkds.$100/mo. ,&.,1/2 0.3.5/ util. Call 373-0794 LSAT, GMAT, GRE and MCAT than all other courses

combined. Which means if you're not taking Kaplan

$150mo3bdr / OAKS MALL 10 I$2.51 '1iaMtb.w..n4304spe DAILY IWI-UTS SHOW Prep;" you may need to take more than a #2 pencilto
apt in B-Club 338-1767/335-2836 OAKS MAll 6309 M W81 PRY ROAD b

Leave Message. 1.11-3-5 OAKS EAST OAKS 4 WEST the test.

331-8818 HISIM OUSMAn ADJACENT TO MALL |
STANlEY H. KAPLAN
SPYGLASS own bed/bsth/ In 3bdr 331-8118 M OAKS rl AIA
dish/washer/dryer DM Take Kaplan Or Take Your Chances

,,M/F/ N/S for Spring $250/mo/ WAR oP 'mfl.U\R) BORN ON THE FOURTH
Call KEN 336-7592. "1-16-5-5 1 1:30,1500: 0 ) 0.1 u
TANGO CASH: (R' OF JULY (R)
200, ((530' aUOI.) 00. 10.15, 1:15(4:1505250),7:15,10:15: ( : ) : :
BACK TO THE FUTURE II (PC:;)' BLAZE (R) CALL 377-0014
145.: ((3 00 0 UH). 7.30.155CHRISTMAS
200.: ((515: 0$250))), aOO, 10xI::
.
145.: ((5 .II 02 VACATION.50)). 7.45(,PC'.5$11)) STEEL MACNOLJAS; 0:15)( ;) 409 S.W. 2nd Ave. .
WITH NO) ANCIU (PC-ID ,1.4S, ((4.45: 91250)), 7:30: :
2 00. ($30 0 IUO). 6 00, 10.30 ALWAYS (PC)

1 THE: LITTLE MERMAID (C) 130(500: ( : 91250)), 7,48, 10:16: For other locations call 800KAPTESTi4
-1 1.00,100iOOOI290),700.: ( ) 8.00MMM".9

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TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTEDCollege HELP WANTEDA HELP WANTEDOffice -


Gainesville Women Hyping reports business legal Work Study (only) $5.00/h evenings Plus Notes-Are you an 'A' Student, do help wanted Allstate Ins
Health Center resumes cassettes transcribed applications & Saturday Telephone Survey Interviewer you take excellent notes, would you like M.W.F 9.00 am to 1:00: pm T & Th 1:00:
720 NW 23rd Avenue letters notary *etc Available Apply: Bob/Martha 392-0171 to earn while you learn, If so then call to 5pm
377-5055 24 hours/7 days/372/ -2777. 4.30.75-12 ,-,2-5.13 371-8954. We are looking for students in Apply by phone. 373.0333. 1-12-5-13, I
the following classes:
ABORTIONUp Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, F.N. Wolf & Co., Inc. ADV 3000, ADV 3501, APB 2150, APB Paying $125 to persons Infected cuts
to 24 Weeks Theses. whatever Grad School P.T. List Investment Bankers 2151, AMH 2010, AMH 2020, ANT 2141 scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic -
Free Pregnancy Tests WCS 917 NW 13th 373-9822. 430-75 110 Wall St.NYNYA ANT 2149, ANT 2301, ANT 2402, ANT study. Blood test required. Call 331
CONFIDENTIALCOUNSELING GATOR TYPING 2410, ANT 3511, ARC 1701, ARC 2681, 5379 13117.13OFFICE
moved t lowered prices Full Service Firm- AST 1002, AST 2037, BSC 2010 BSC
Female Practitioner Laser printer Resumes $12 a up. Page We Are Expanding And Looking 2011, CAP 3802 CCJ 3024. CCJ 3704,
discounts WORK Part time, will train, Ma-
:
Full Range ol avail Days ft eves 373-4584.
For Entry Level Account Executives CDA 3101, CHM 1020, CHM 1021, CHM
1-31-17-12 ture person wanted. Prefer GVL residentor
Gynecology Services We Will Be On Campus On 2040 CHM 2041, CHM 2045, CHM 2048, UF ,
Sophomore good phone voice &
4-30-74-11 23rd 1990 CLA
January 1120 CLP 3144, COC 3110, COC
personality a must Some sales
RESUME HOUSEProfessional March 7th 1990 3400, COM 1000, COP 3110, ECO 2013. Mull work evenings &weekends Call ability.between
TYPING 1.10.3.13HEARING ECO 2023, ECO 3202, EUH 2001 FIN ,
11-3 377-0081 1. 1-103-13 I
resume writing & 3408 GEO 2200, GEO 2201, GEO 2420.
12 SERVICESYOU 1-22.10-12 development services 371.8148. EXPERIMENTS GEO 2500, GLY 1000 HIS 2464, ISM CIRCA computer ft IBM PC operators.
Conclentlous, normal-hearing listeners 3011, ISS 2120. JOU 3100, Part-time, 2 terms min. Must have VAX or
WRITE, WE TYPE needed for Spring Semester 8-10 LAH 2020, LEI I 3830, MAC 1142, MAC PC exp req 335-8242, 520 CSE. 1-11
13 HELP WANTEDAVON 3233, MAC 3311, MAN 3021, MAR 3023.
Business Legal Personal Reports hre /week. $3 35/hr. ft 22% bonus at 4.13
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. semester's snd. Call 392-8470 ((10 am- MGF 1202, MMC 2100 MMC 4200 OCE
Q'vllle Handicapped Typing 375-8967 1pm only). 1-10-3-11 2005 PCO 2714 PET 3320, PET 3350, Attention perfect for students M-F 5:30:
378-7179. Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. PHM 2101, PHI 2100 PHI 2403 PHY 30pm: phone sales, hourly wages plus
4307512 Benefits 'Insurance 4-30-75-13 3053 PSB 3004, PSY 2013, PUR 3000 bonus Friendly atmosphere Call alter
PUR 3101 OMB 3205, OMB 3600, REE
BE A GATORFUNDRAISERI
378-3238. 1-10313
a' a'. .'W 1pm
.,....W.....WO.......WO...W...........V....... 3043. REL 2001, REL 2240, RUT 3452
41! RTV 2100, RTV 3000, SOP 2513, STA Computer Programmers-
i.f.! SAVE MONEY! ;II! Many telephone communicator positions 3023, STA 3024, SYG 2000 SYG 2430, UCS, Inc. a software development co. In
available: Must have excellent speaking and SYG 3010. Call 371-6954 If Interested Ft Laud, has entry level to mid-level positions
BUY YOUR BOOKSBOOKS
voice, enthusiastic attitude On campus.Great 1-17-7-13 for software engineerscomputerprogrammers
sip AT experience. 3 evenings/week, $4 C programming required
I! !II! plus/hour 392-1691. ext. 17. 1-17-7-13 Assistant to Marketing Director: If you Candidates should also have 4-year degree
sip want to be challenged ft are a self-motivated Send Resumes to: UCS Inc., 6184
*BRANCH OPENINGS spirited achelver, we have a full NW 11 St., Sunrise FL 33313.
fe time position for an organized, personable 12210.13
JOBS JOBS JOBS
self-starter wan eye for details
$13/hr! ,we train National coatings Our newest employee must also have Now
accepting applications for Resident
0! Guaranteed Lowest Prices In Gainesville = franchise expanding Full/part time. some experience computers, mail Assistant positions for the

fc Located In the Gator Plaza near Eckerd's LABOR & MGT. POSITIONS AVAil. order ft working wsales reps. Salary Spring, 1980 Semester. Applications
Potential to own your own business comenserate experience.. Nonsmoker available at either the Housing Officeor
!8! 114 NW 13th St. 374-4241 ;II! Call for 8138887151.Immediate Interview send resume to: Spirit Marketing, all residence hell area offices Applications .
3458 SW 42nd Ave Suite East G'ville, are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb.

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owners react to death of Dolphins' Robbie I

....
United PraM International He backed the awarding of our stars 1 was on a scouting mission chairman and chief executive officer
franchise for the Tampa Bay area day for a kid named Smith," replacing former owner John
MIAMI Elizabeth Robbie,the and offered valuable counsel and said."I came across this big Fetzer, who becomes chairman
I wife of late Miami Dolphins owner support." at plowing a field without a emeritus.
[joe Robbie, said control of the week and asked for directions.
Robbie is survived by his wife; Schembechler recommended
I team and of Joe Robbie Stadium, his mother, Jennie Robbie of pointed the way with the plow." Michigan retain Jack Weidenbach,
I built with private money four years Mitchell, S.D. his brothers, Fran for the in
; was only beginning his chief assistant,to succeed himas
I ago,would remain with the family. cis and Paul; daughters Diane, era when athletes like Babe athletic director. University
Meanwhile, reaction poured in Janet,Lynn and Deborah;and sonsJ. Red Grange,Jack Dempsey President James Duderstadt said
from around the country to the Michael,Timothy,Brian,Daniel Bobby Jones were painted as he will recommend Weidenbach,
news of Robbie's death. Cause of and Kevin,as well as eight grand- later than life. Nagurski,6-foot-2 65, as interim athletic director
I death was undetermined, but children. cago 235 pounds,was one of them.
I Robbie, 73, reportedly had been ber Bo goes to Tigers Schembechler announced in
|battling respiratory disease. Funeral arrangements were December he was quitting as football
Bo Schembechler,
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pending.The family requested ser- coach and turning the job over
"The state of Florida, and the vices be restricted to the family, has spent a lifetime in football to Gary Moeller Schembechler's
I Tampa Bay area in particular,owe close friends and Dolphins and recently retired as the Michi- last appearance as coach came
I Joe Robbie their everlasting gratitude stadium staff members. coach, Monday was named New Year's Day when Michigan "'
I Culverhouse man of the Detroit Tigers.
said Hugh ,
lost to Southern Cal 17-10 in the
I owner of the Tampa Bay Bucca Nagurskl dies at 81 time will give up his job as Rose Bowl.
neers. "He was the first owner to INTERNATIONAL FALLS, he athletic director and
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state and he always supported the symbol of brute power on a football Paul 'president and chief operat the Tigers' entire operation in
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Lady Gators rebound for successBefore BASEBALLfrom page 20


this season, there<<: always was plentyof Talk Is cheap before the Georgia gamewe season's end.Sophia test."
basketball played in the O'Connell Center, said we could beat them, but as the game Witherspoon, a junior guard who, Of the newcomers, Arnold has
aside from that of the Livingston Chatman- wore on,we saw that we really could beat them," along with fellow Lady Gator Rhvonja Smith nine junior college transfers,
Dwayne Schintzius variety. Whitmire said. "We didn't, but we feel we can earned a bronze medal at the 1989 Olympic eight freshmen, three red shirt
Now there's plenty of good basketball, other play with everybody,and now we need to proveit. Festival, saw the close loss at the hands of the freshmen, one Division I transfer
than hoops a la Chatman-Schintzius,happeningin ." Lady Bulldogs as an indication of good thingsto and one walk-on.
that big white monolith across from Florida Although the loss dropped UF to 9-3, the come.
Field. Lady Gators are off to their best start since "If they're No. 3 in the country and best in
1984, losing only to 1988 NCAA Tournament the SEC, we know we can play with the best," Despite their inexperience, the
Gators earned No. 17
Gregg Doyel teams UNLV, Miami and Georgia. And despitethe Witherspoon said. a rankingin
loss, all the more devastating in that UF On this, UFs most successful team in years, the preseason Collegiate Base-
HOOPSCOOPAfter played the Lady Dawgs even for-38 of the 40 Witherspoon probably has the most talent ball/ESPN< / Top 25 poll. Arnold
minutes, hope pervaded the postgame inter- When her mind is set, as she will be the firstto said the rating is a tribute to UPs
views instead of disappointment.One admit, Witherspoon can take command of a recent success, which includes a
years of fattening everyone else's re- of the most optimistic Lady Gators was game in Magic Johnson-like ways: threepointers trip to the 1988 College World
cord, the UF women's basketball squad has senior point guard Camille Ratledge, who at the buzzer, no-look passes from Series.
emerged as a legitimate Southeastern Confer- played through the lean years like 1987, when halfcourt,or her hallmark,slashing to the hoop,
ence contender after compiling a 46-66 record UF finished 9-18. hanging and double-pumping for the deuce. "People knew we had that
from 1986-1989, winning only four SEC games "We were upset (after the Georgia game) With her squad finally emerging from the many new people before they
during that stretch. because we could have won," Ratledge said. fog, Whitmire says she can finally see the lightat voted, and that says a lot for the
The 1990 version is made entirely of players "For the first time since I've been here,we thinkwe the end of the tunnel. program," Arnold said. To be in
recruited by Coach Carol Whitmire, her first can win every time out. We can." "We are so much better now, but let's don't the Top 20 with 12 freshmen on
such team in her five years at UF, and her When UF does win, one thing's for sure stop here," Whitmire challenged her troops. the team and only three seniors,
methods not only have sunk in, but are now Ratledge will assist in a big way. The assist "Let's keep getting better. It's beginning to that's quite a compliment.
being applied effectively.The portion of the UF record book has Ratledge'sname work for us."
nearly 1,000 people who witnessed UFs enough times to fill the attendance bookof Ratledge reinforced Whitmire's words. UF began two-a-day practices
hard-fought loss to the nation's third-ranked most freshman-level classes, and she just "We're going to upset some teams,"Ratledgesaid. Monday morning and will con-
Georgia Lady Bulldogs saw UF send a messageto moved into fourth-place on the SEC career There's gonna be some surprises." tinue that schedule through Fri-
the rest of the country: the Lady Gators are assist list. Barring injury, Ratledge will top the Gregg Doyel covers women's basketball for the day.INSTRUMENTALISTS .
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top spotUnited


Press International

NEW YORK-Kansas unseated

Syracuse as the nation's top college
basketball team Monday in votingby
United Press International'sBoard
of Coaches.

Syracuse,which lost to Villanova

93-74 Saturday, had held the No. 1 1.4h _1k
spot the previous six weeks. Kan-
sas ((15-0)) won twice last week.

UF received no votes. ..

Under Coach Roy Williams,Kan- N.. 1 1r
sas has been the surprise of the
season. The Jayhawks opened the

campaign unranked, then capturedthe
Big Apple NIT to vault to a No.

2 ranking they held until this week. .J Z s .jivitiliw. 3r4 i'u ;'
The 42-member board gave Kan-
sas 32 first-place votes and 606
points. Syracuse plunged to No. 6
J' .. ...., .. Wk.
while Georgetown improved from
No. 3 to No. 2 with nine firstplacevotes ALLIGATOR PHOTO
Senior Julie Gorman placed second in the 200-meter butterfly event at the Perth International Invitational over the weekend.
and 582 points.No. 8 Nevada-
Las Vegas claimed the other first-

place think vote."I .the polls are vastly over- Swimmers show off at Perth meetBy

rated at this time of the year,"
Williams said. "I think they mean SHARON GINN away with high rankings at the site of next one silver in international competition this

more once they get into the confer- Alligator WriterIn year's World Championships.Gorman summer,has been described as a"world class

ence race. At the same time, it a 12-time All-American and de- swimmer" by Coach Randy Reese. The new-
means that people think that our an international meet during the weekend fending NCAA champion in the 200-yard()() but- comer took third place in the 200 backstrokein

kids have accomplished somethingthis billed as a "dry run" for the 1991 World terfly, won a silver medal in the 200-meter 2:16.83.:
season and we're proud of that Championships, three UF women's swim- version of that event for the American "A" The top American finisher in that event was
fact and we don't want to belittle mers left their opponents fairly wet team with a time of 2 minutes, 16.83 seconds. 15-year-old Janie Wagstaff, who edged out
that She also placed second in the 400 individual Loveless with a time of 2:16.35.:
"Maybe it does say that our kids Senior Julie Gorman, freshman Lea love- medley ((4:55.65)) and took third in the 100 fly
less and sophomore Kristen Linehan com- Linehan, a four-time All-American, also
have accomplished something so ((1:02.41): ) the top American finish in that
far, but the best thing about our peted in the Perth (Australia) International event. fared well this weekend, with a fifth-place
team is that they do understandthat Invitational Friday, Saturday, and Sunday as finish in the 200 backstroke. She holds the
it is early in the season." members of the United States team, coming Loveless, who earned five gold medals and NCAA title in that event.

As Syracuse, Illinois and Indiana

the troublesome.discovered start of conference with Kansas losses learns play last can week whatit be, Curry named Kentucky football coach I


can be like when the Jayhawksopen decide.
United Press International
their Big Eight season.
They began it Monday night at LEXINGTON Ky. Bill Curry was named CUrry was given a five-year Northern Illinois coach Jerry Pettibone with-
Nebraska, where they have had football coach of Kentucky on Monday, one day drew his name from consideration and Newton
problems in the past. In a non
ference game Wednesday, they just one week after completing a 10-2( season income will candidates Eastern Kentucky coach Roy
play at Miami which snapped with a Sugar Bowl loss to national champion reportedly ap- Kidd fired Pittsburgh coach Mike Gottfried,
Kansas' 11-game winning streak Miami proach $350,000 from Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant coach Rich-
ard Williamson and Houston
Oilers
last season. Kansas closes the "It became clear this was a tremendous op- assistant
and radio and televi- coach Doug Shively had Curry turned down
camps
week Saturday at home against portunity to continue what we believe in -
Oklahoma State,a tough team that teaching young children to be the best they can sion deals. the job. Alabama appointed a four-man committee -
last season upset then-No. Okla- be on the field and in the classroom," Curry Monday to search for Curry's replacement.
Roger Sayers, the university president, named .
homa. said.Curry This is anything but a step down. I came froman Ingram to lead the search and said he and
47 Jerry Claiborne, who
replaces
,
outstanding program to an outstanding pro-
J" Ingram will make the final decision. Sayers said
< ;k' after at Kentucky.
resigned Nov. 28 eight years "
U P.I lJop. 20 Curry told his players and Alabama officials he gram. he hopes to have a new coach by the end of
Curry never won the favor of Alabama fans the week."I .
The Prep iT
Uiritri' "fettanMHMir ta < but did not reveal
Cow*'T* M MOP kMUM... .......,wnh! was resigning Sunday night despite a No. 7 ranking and share of the South-
ft**.** vow** wares toagk.. JM. I h ', his future plans at that time.
eastern Conference title this He took
-W point!|bM4 M li peM*(tar season. anxious to
caftem hired ina am promptly secure the ser-
,;M to. 'wcwNJ,, ncj was IMI mM'i. He then flew to Lexington and was the Crimson Tide to bowl games in each of his vices of the best available candidate
1IIIkJftg. *' > < someone
school's athletic
unanimous vote by the asso-
f. KarjujOkklwnq. ,j ft, '2't three years, including a 33-25 loss to Miami on whose career to date illustrates a commitmentto
e ciation Monday night"William
george1OWll.,, ., ''( 582' a A. Curry is recognized by many to New Year's Day.Alabama's our priorities of academic integrity and ath-
i. aF,. 0.0 490 'I" other loss came in the regularseason letic excellence," Sayers said.
4. U1ch1gall.'c'J $ 0.1 .t4 a I be at the very top of his profession, said C.M. \.
5. Mluo//lli.>1:,, ', 3.1 437 7'SYWM Newton Kentucky's athletic director. "He has finale to rival Auburn a team Curry never
, 428 AIII. beat in three tries. That and the fact Curry wasa
.i' ((10-1 Shultz and quarterback
the class and integritywith Gary Hollingsworth
7. been credited for dignity,
llinoit
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Nevads-LasVsgsi' I tt1).(I) (p. 312 9 which he conducts his football programs Georgia Tech graduate and not a disciple of said they favor assistant coach Jimmy Fuller,
t.Georgia TacO \.W 307 12 both and off the field." legendary coach Paul "Bear" Bryant never en- named interim coach Sunday after Curry re-
10. LOUW410 H on
242 '10 deared him to Tide fans despite a 26-10 record.
i10.0 signed.
11. pike 207:,13 Curry was given a five-year contract with a
12. indiana \ H5 JIt base salary of$105,000. His total yearly income' Curry visited the Kentucky campus Wednes-. -

14. Mwat IAuIsiana SI',... :'ey ((10.4100( ) .H.t1 ,. will reportedly approach $350,000 from camps day and Thursday with wife Carolyn and son "I would love to keep Coach Fuller,"
t 15. t.Iinnesott a,,f tS1';:;;i',""" 33 t'. 2 and radio and television deals. Bill Jr. During that time Newton offered Curry Hollingsworth said. "If he kept some of the
17.1a St Arizona John...ato ,;r;., ii. t( 33"" z "I had respect and 'admiration for Coach the job, which became 'available when assistants, that would be great. I have confi-
,
Loyola Matpourt) I'i' 12' is Curry as a player, and I watched that respect Claiborne resigned Nov. 28. He was the sixth dence in Coach Fuller and the whole team
,
19 UCLA > candidate interviewed since "
125 Denver. Broncos does.
when he took at ,
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assistant coach Mike Shanahan turned down
ranked Georgia Tech," Newton said. "Then I saw the
U0tim MMMM.MUK Colai.toSMt.uSdto.. : ,. he did at Alabama." the position. Fuller is a former coach at Jacksonville State .
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n"ku..eP,, ft.** tarfnMMnn UuMm, TOM.: > "I feel we met the challenge and answeredthe Friday, Curry asked Alabama Athletics Di- who served as interim coach for four days after
ayr xawCho.(, critics before we left Alabama," Curry said. rector Cecil "Hootie" Ingram for more time to Ray Perkins left Alabama for the Bucs in 1987.Iansas .



,ALLIGATOR,TUESDAY,JANUARY 9,1990


SPORTSSpurriers






I Spurrier meets with football teamBy



night on the importance of the running
call MIKE DAME
return game in his offense may have been for his
and RON KASPRISKE Emmitt
Alligator Staff Writers Smith hasn't benefit.
"He may have said it just to make me feel
'best gift'.J UF football coach Steve Spurrier formallymet said if he will stay or go good," said Smith, who rushed for 1,599

with his new players for the first time pro. yards, this past season. "But I don't think

Monday night and several members of the it's' his style."
Today's column,: Family ties.
team-including All-America running back
It was an interesting holiday break for Emmitt Smith said they were impressedwith Smith's teammates meanwhile also tooka Last week Spurrier said he plans to meet

the Steve Spurrier family. what their new coach had to say. liking to Spurrier in their first meetingwith with Smith for a one-on-one meeting.

While the rest of the country was spec- him. "It's his future and if it's best
for him
"He was pretty much relaxed and seemed to
ulating about it for the previous two "I was impressed by Coach Spurrier and
said Smith who is consid- turn then I'm certainly not to
eager a junior pro going try
\nonths not even his kids ever really knew the rest of the staff, junior tight end Kirk "
ering skipping his final season at UF for the to talk him against it, Spurrier said.
their father was going to become the new Kirkpatrick said. "Everybody's real excited
professional ranks. (Running backs) coach
Gators football coach until Christmas about starting the new season. I wish practice One factor that apparently concerns
(Carl) Franks stressed to they do want
me
morning. would start tomorrow." Smith is the risk of suffering a careerending -
back and that I talk to him
me can come
No Steve didn't hold a family meeting to Several players said that during the meet- injury next season at UF one that
anytime. He just wants to evaluate
announce his plans. Instead, they found out erything and don't get me mixed with ev- ing, Spurrier who coached at Duke the would end his professional aspirations."That's .
up
when sisters Lisa and Amy, both UF students past three years dispelled the myth that "
agents. spooky, said Smith who is in-
his offensive scheme is solely oriented.
gave him his Christmas present. pass
Smith said he still is undecided whetherhe "Everybody says there was a wide-open sured in case of such an injury. "I'm healthy
will leave UF enter this NFL right now, probably as healthy as I'll ever
fr Jason Davis or year's offense at Duke but they had a great running
be.Next I could into bowl
Draft. season go a game
back, said newly reinstated quarter-
LEFT and get injured and end career."
FIELD"Up "One day I feel like I want to leave and back Kyle Morris referring t to( Duke's my

the next day I want to stay," Smith said. "I 1,000-yard rusher Randy Cuthbert. "We'll Spurrier and his assistant coaches will\

probably won't make up my mind soon. I'm definitely run the ball." hold an official news conference today at 11
until then, he didn't have much to just glad to be back at school now." Smith said Spurrier's emphasis Monday a.m. to introduce the staff.
say about it," said Lisa, a senior majoringin

health and human performance. "But we Baseball

had this idea that it might happen, so my

sister and I got him this orange and blue

Gator tie. squad 1

"We figured if he didn't need it, he could

just return it. But he looked at it fora while. 4Yr (/

Then he took the price tag off it." man downBy II hI

"* With that simple action they knew that -i

tie wasn't going to be returned. Their dad u ( i iI I
MIKE DAME
I
would have a use for it.
Alligator Staff Writer
He made it known he was going to makea

return nonetheless.A An already inexperienced UF

return to his alma mater. baseball squad lost one of its four

"That was the best gift of all," Lisa said. senior leaders Monday, as Coach

But the indecision and the uncertainty of Joe Arnold said utility player Tim r
the past two months has made l life anythingbut Oxley failed to meet academic re- I> j

a holiday for the Spurriers. Like the quirements and will sit out the

rest of the nation the family had little upcoming season. 1
indication of what Steve planned to do. "He was not admitted to his

Would he stay at Duke where he led the college" Arnold said. "He can't
work out and he's not with us.The
Blue Devils back to prominence after many
years of mediocrity? Would he go back to most optimistic I could be was to
the Gators? Then again what about the tell him to take this year off. If he

NFL's Phoenix Cardinals and Atlanta Fal- does get himself squared away

cons, who were actively pursuing him? academically, then possibly he
"
could return next
"We were in the dark" said Amy, a year.
sophomore. "We really had no idea what Oxley who has played right
field and first base
predominantly p
was going to happen.
during his three seasons at UF, Awe
Sometimes the sisters had to shake the 1
batted .254 last season with eight
grapevine to find out the latest.
.r home runs and 33 RBI. A starterin
"Amy and I would call each other saying toad
56 of 66 games last season
'What did you hear? This is what I heard
Oxley was expected to contendfor
.," Lisa said. "It was kind of crazy but I the starting right fielder's position

understand why everything happened."I this season.

would have been disappointed if he The Gators began practice Sun-

didn't (go to UF). This is the right place day afternoon in preparation for
"
for him. their Feb. 3 opener against Western
Apparently they all think it's the right Carolina at Perry Field. Ar-

place. Even Steve Jr., a senior in high nold welcomes 31 players-22 of

school back in Durham, N.C., is setting his them newcomers into spring

*eyes on UF as a place to continue his camp, with only nine players re-

education. turning from last year's 44-22
"I'm still trying to decide between goingto team which earned a berth in the M

Duke and Florida," he said. "I'd like to NCAA East Regional.

be down here, but I've been up there for a "We've got a lot of new faces

while, too. I really like it here though so and inexperience is what we're

f". well, you never know." looking at right now,"Arnold said.

Amy said she is glad to have the familyin "I'm not saying we're going to bea

one place again. bad ballclub or anything else.
a
"I'm very excited about Dad coming We're just inexperienced. We've

here" Amy said. "Last time we were here got a lot of talent, but when you ,4f

(when Spurrier was a coach under Doug go( out and play Florida State and Kick ball SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR

Dickey in 1979)),the last thing I wanted him Miami and South Florida early in

.-to do was leave Gainesville. Now I'm so the season, it's going to be a real Georgia guard Rod Cole tries to defend UF guard Brian Hogan during last

happy he's back." Saturday's game. The Gators pounded the Bulldogs 97-69.
see Baseball page 17
Many people are,Amy. Many people are.


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