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I Hippodrome may close doors I All-in-one



Students may lose student ID


internships to debtBy


Alligator NICOLE Writer SNEED almost hereBy


Unless the Hippodrome State Theatre
raises$35,000 in the next two weeks, the GEOFF BOUCHER
will close Alligator Staff Writer
17-year-old playhouse leaving
about 30 employees without jobs and UF UFs proposed all-in-one ID card took an-
theater students without a valuable in- other major step toward becoming reality
ternship program 4f 4fa Tuesday when administrators met for the first
Hippodrome officials say the theater time with the project's new full-time coordinator. -
needs the money because it is no longer .

getting government grants and its sub- + Administrative Assistant Lyn White met
qty Mf f
scriber base isn't broad enough.And that r alP' with her new bosses to discuss the nuts and
may be costly to UF theater students. bolts of the ambitious system, which is de-
Gweneth West, UF associate professorin signed to someday replace all the receipts,
the theater department, said the Hippodrome cards and IDs students use on campus. The
gives students an invaluable system, completed last summer, is polishedand
opportunity to work in a professional environment ready-now White says her job is gettingthe
and that it is the only area card in students' hands.
theater to offer an internship program 'The equipment is ordered and the softwareis
"All grad students must do an Intern- developed. Now all we have to do is figure
ship and most of them go to the Hippodrome out how to actually get the cards to everyone
," she said. "We've been very and decide how to implement them with the
fortunate to be able to give our studentsa various uses," said White, the former com-
chance to work there." puter coordinator in the Registar's office.
West said she doesn't know what stu- t .4 iQNV Plans eventually have the ID combining
dents would do about internships if the library cards, infirmary cards, Gator Dining
Hippodrome closes. Service cards,football coupons and dorm room
Mary Hausch, producing artistic direc- r { ( l keys. White said the system works, but the
tor who helped found the Hippodrome, t ,7y + i card it now produces functions only as a pic-
agreed with West. ture ID and library card. Other uses will require
"There are not a lot of programs computer networking across campus.Ed .
throughout the country who have a professional Poppell, associate administrative affairs
theater that works directly with vice president, said the system will be tested
them," Hausch said. That's a major part next month and photograph appointments,
of the recruiting package." done college by college, will probably be ar-
In an effort to raise money, the Hippodrome ranged before the semester's end.
will host a"pay-what-you-can"per- KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR Color pictures will appear not only on the
formance tonight at 8:15: of The Mysteryof The Hippodrome State Theatre will close If Mary Hausch, producing artistic card, but they will also be digitally recordedon
Irma Vepp" and is asking for at least a director, and Mark Sexton, associate director of development, don't raise each student's computer record-allowing
$2 donation at the door. Thursday's performance enough money. UF employees to recognize students. This
will cost $5. here to the Hippodrome and they are also other programs, Hauch said the feature separates UFs system from those at
Michael Wright, director of marketingand doing (public service announcement) Hippodrome's budget will be cut in half other schools, Poppell said.
development for the Hippodrome, 'spots advertising the upandcomingleaving them "hanging by a string." "I personally went to North Carolina State,
said it has raised $13,000 so far becauseof play," Wright said. "It's been wonderful Wright said another problem Is that and I also spoke to some people at Vanderbiltand
local radio stations. to get that kind of support."Without the unlike other state theaters, the Hippo- Nebraska. They are mostly producing
'These radio stations are making pleasto grants, which have been earmarked for Polaroids, just an ID card with a picture," he
see Hippodrome. 8
page I
the general public to send donations
see Card, page 8 1


Creative cheaters use beepers to get test answers a ill

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By DUANE MARSTELLER Strauss said Tuesday he wrote the memo Strauss added that no cases of students "We have over 3,000 surveys to sort
Alligator Writer as a precautionary measure after someone using beepers to cheat hawe come before through," she said. They are all here, and
reported seeing students using the gadgetsto honor court nor has he personally seen it's just a matter of putting them into the
Forget your cheat sheets, stolen examsor cheat Strauss wouldn't say who told him anyone use beepers to get test answers. computer and compiling them.
your neighbor's paper-cheating at UF about the cheaters or in what classes the Judicial Affairs Dean Irene Stevens, whose Strauss said he didn't contact Stevens or
has gone high-tech, complete with beepers. cheating may have taken place."I office oversees academic honesty cases, Honor Court Chancellor Cris Martinez be-
heard through the grapevine that such- said she also hadn't heard about such cheat- cause there haven't been any documentedcases
Some UF students have used
apparently and-such was going on, and I wrote (the ing or Strauss' memo."I of beeper cheating.
the portable pagers to cheat on tests, Stu- memo) as a preventative measure,"Strauss have never heard of that happeninghere
"
dent Honor Court Associate Chief Justice said. "Somebody told me about it and, well, ," Stevens said. "I don't know whoLarry's "It wasn't something major, he said. "No
Larry Strauss wrote in a memo to all 22 cases have come up or anything like that I
I decided to do something about it. talked to, but he hasn't been in
college deans during finals week. found out that something could happen, so
about it"
Although that couldn't be contact with me
report con-
I wanted to inform the deans that this was '
Someone who gets a copy of a test before firmed,Strauss said he was sure the person Last semester, Stevens' office and honor possible.: I
it's given or in an earlier class can call a knew what he was talking about. court surveyed UF students about their ex-
friend's beeper and give answers using a "There's no proof except for the person's periences with cheating in high school and Using beepers is just the latest in UFstudents' I+
numerical code, Strauss wrote. He sug- word, but it sounded like he had seen it and college. Although Stevens said last fall the creative attempts at cheating,
gested teachers tell students at1'the beginning that it was going on," Strauss said. "He saidit surveys would be published at the beginningof Strauss said.There's .
of the semester that beepers won't be was going on on campus. I didn't doubt this semester, she said Tuesday the results been quite a few creative people
owed In class. the person," won't be ready until March, out there,"he said,"and they'll keep trying."
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John the Theologian Orthodox Skydive: Falling Gators will meet Student Center, Northwest 18th
Mission, 9:30: a.m. Saturday at tonight at 6 in the Orange & Brew to Street and University Avenue.correction .
University Lutheran Center. Call discuss the first jump course. Call 1 1r
378-8470. 395-7112 or 3361853.
boat The UP Canoe Defend Cuong Nhu
Rock the : yourself:
A limb fell from a freeze-
and Rafting Club will meet for the Cypress School will start beginners'
damaged tree early Monday morn
first time this semester tonight at 6 classes tonight from 5:30: to 7 in the
in Turlington Room 2346 to discuss Florida Gym basement Call Doug or ing, damaging a power line at the !
800 block of Northwest 20th
the overnight trip to St. Mary's Karen at 3325515.You .
Street, Gainesville Regional Utility
River. Call 3956692. lay you want a revolution:
Get fit for free: The Isshinryu Amnesty International will sponsor spokesman Robert Hutchinsonsaid. '!

Karate Club will teach classes every Fred Gregory, UF history professor, The Alligator reported otherwise i
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at tonight at 7:30: as he discusses the on this page Monday.

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j Teams must reveal


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Q More on the NCAA convention, ate," DeVoe said. "It's going to be
page 16 very revealing, but I think it puts
Alligator Staff Report more pressure on the student ath-
lete, as well as the coaches and the
Universities must now reveal the administration."In .
graduation rates of students partici- fact, what really is importantis
1 r' pating in intercollegiate sports, in- that we have higher entrance re-
J cluding race breakdowns for quirements so that athletes, when
basketball and football players, the they enter college, have a better
1j NCAA voted Tuesday at its national chance of graduating."

j convention in Dallas. Concern over athletes'graduationrates
Division I schools voted in favor is not new to UF. When Steve
of the proposal, 320-4, and the Spurrier was recently hired as new
smaller Division II schools followed Gator football coach,he was offereda
f suit, 178-6. NCAA schools have pre- $1,000 bonus if,beginning Aug.31,
1 1j pared and submitted graduation rate 1992,40 percent of the football play-
1l j r data to the NCAA office for years, ers graduate.
l but that data is not made public. Figures released by the Board of
1 With the new rule, each school Regents the 13-member panel
'} a must disclose the graduation rate for that governs the nine state universities -
/ the entire student body and thoseon show UF graduated 22.73
l lIt athletic scholarship. The athletic percent of the football players re-
data will then be broken down by cruited as freshmen in 1983-84.
sports, and football and basketball, Spurrier has said he wants a 70
I data will be broken down by race. percent graduate rate a much
Interim UF basketball coach Don higher number than his contract
a DeVoe said he hopes the disclosureswill calls for-but has not said when he
bring more attention to an would like to reach that goal.
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HydroplaneKevin athlete's academic health. The NCAA made its decision to

Lahey, a senior in 'We need to do a better job in
see Athletes page 10
Liberal Arts and Sciences seeing our student athletes gradu-

,;I water-powered, test flies airplane'his Vision party established .

Tuesday at Fleming
After discussing his campaign for phone number or hours set up for
: Field. SUZETTE COOK _ALLIGATOR almost two months, student body the hotline yet, but said it probablywill I
1 I president hopeful Michael Browne operate fora few hours each day.
officially announced his Students can ask questions
Alumni fail to receive yearbooks candidacy Tuesday and or offer ideas and party
established the Vision leaders will integrate them

,l graduate, called the Tower's faculty adviser to com- party. S G into the platform, she said.
ByANAACLEAlligator plain that he paid for his yearbook last March and "We have a vision that "We want students to
'I Writer has not received it. the University of Florida elections know there Is a place for I
students the most spring I I them in Student Governof -
Some recent graduates are complaining that UFs "I called them about six or seven times but got can get I "
4 Tower yearbook is not doing what it promises, but no answer," Schneider said. "I then called ((journalism their university, 1990 ment, Bofshever said.
Browne said. Some ideas Browne al-
the yearbook's editor says it's a matter of missed Associate Professor) Ben Patterson but he said .
deadlines. he was only the adviser and didn't know anything He promised the party ready has for his platform

Several alumni including one from Houston,have about it. He referred me to another person, who would work for and include all stu- include opinion teacher polls and evaluations the constructionof student
called UF to complain that they haven't received the claimed she was just taking. messages. It's just a dents. Browne said his party will campus bus shelters. Browne has
should have in September.But major run-around." start a hotline next Wednesday to
yearbook they gotten help students get involved in Stu- not named the running mates who
Tower editor Ralph Foreman said last year's Patterson referred Schneider to Eudine McLeod, dent Government. will help draft his platform, but said
staff missed a deadline and pushed back the delivery administrative assistant to Student Government, he will announce his vice presidentand
date to early November. Party chairwoman Miriam treasurer candidates next week.
j Yearbook, 10
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,Romania (UPI)-Lynch mobs seek- government's) is against the law and results only in Lambda Phi i ion Q
ing revenge after 25 years of repressive rule under causing panic in society," the newspaper said.
dictator Nicolae Ceausescu are executing officials State-run television showed excerpts of the trial ofa
associated with his ousted regime a Romanian major in the Securitate or secret police, charged their 2nd place finish'In Q
newspaper said Tuesday.The with attempted murder in the wounding of a soldier.
report said vigilante groups are taking justice The broadcast said the major was convicted and the
into their own hands in some areas of the country, sentenced to nine years in prison.A USF Be G National Flag Football
lynching or shooting former provincial and security secret military tribunal convicted and executed
officials and terrorizing members of their families."A Ceausescu and his wife, Elena, for genocide, corrup- & Tournament
lot of executions are taking place without trials," tion and anti-state offenses on Dec. 25. The govern- <
the Bucharest newspaper Adevarul said. These are ment has since abolished the death penalty.It eo
horrible things that remind us of the dictatorship." remains unclear how many people are facing trial 9 1987 3rd In the nations
The report came a day after the start of military for crimes linked to the Ceausescu government.It also
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the democratic climate established in our country." government except possibly for individual acts of "The Dynasty Continues"
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. D.C. mayor denies mocking Jesse JacksonWASHINGTON I < Steve'Wasserstein{ Joe Friscoc :>eo:J

(UPI) Mayor Marion Barry mayor since 1978.A Aaron Solomon Andy Litvak 2nd Team All-American e
denies mocking Jesse Jackson, but his old pal may be lot of people, most of whom don't live in the
him. District of Columbia would be cinchto $ Andrew Borsuk Greg Taylor-1st Team All-American
irked enough to try to unseat ,assume Jackson a
A 6,000-word article in Sunday's Los Angeles Times win if he runs against Barry, a Mississippi c: Greg Levine Craig Arnold Team All-American eo
quoted Barry in dialect as saying Jackson would be sharecropper's son who became an important voice in $ Neil Solomon Scott Manzo -1st Team All-American
"the laughingstock of America" if he challenged him the 1960s struggle for civil rights. 9 Jon Goldman 0c
in this year's mayoral race. But the smart money locally is on Barry, who was >
"Jesse don't wanna be no mayor,"Barry was quotedin quoted in the Times as saying, "I'll get 65 percent of eo
the piece by Bella Stumbo. "Jesse don't wanna run the vote-at least. Isn't anybody in this town can beat & ::
nothing but his mouth." me. I'm invincible." Congratulations to Let's Get Physical e ea
The mayor met with a reportedly furious Jackson Some national Democratic strategists would like to on their 1st Place Finish ::J
hours after the story was in print to deny it. see Jackson as mayor, which would remove him from 9iVU'VU
Later, for the repord, Jackson said, "I accept his another race in 1992 for the presidency.They believe ovu QVU wU QVU> ovu> ovu ovu ovu> owl cpVU OVUIstatt
word." this would enhance their party's prospects for a strong
A senior editor at the Times said Barry's remarks biracial coalition of voters in the general election.
about Jackson are on tape, recorded in an interviewin Barry forced repeatedly to deny publicly that he
a Washington bar while the mayor sipped wine. has used cocaine, has taken a lot of heat for the city's
Jackson moved here from Chicago last summer, drug-related crime. Your Mew Year Off Right!
prompting widespread speculation that he was prepar- Voters in the District, whose 638,000 population is I
ing a mayoral campaign. The two-time presidential 70 percent black, supported Jackson solidly in his two
candidate denies he plans to challenge Barry, 53, presidential bids. Regular S8SUPERCUT


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delayed shuttle Columbia thundered into orbit Tuesday 50-foot robot arm and put the space crane through its HAIR BY
flexed the ship's robot arm and set off after a paces to make sure it will be ready to snare the Long
falling satellite to pluck the 11-ton spacecraft out of Duration Exposure Facility on Friday a giant scientific SUPBtCUTS
orbit for return to Earth. satellite that otherwise would fall to a fiery demise in
Columbia and its three-man two-woman crew Earth's atmosphere around March 9.
blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center on timeat Before turning in for the day Columbia skipper 2024 S.W, 34th St. Suite 206
7:35: am to kick off a 10-day() mission, the first of 10 Daniel Brandenstein and copilot James Wetherbeefired
flights planned for 1990 and the most ambitious at- the ship's rockets to adjust its orbit in preparationfor ((34th Street Plaza)
tempted in the post-Challenger era. the LDEF rendezvous. "It went just fine," Bran-
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I exhibit protested in Tampa I UF to determine


By ALEX MARVEZ open Monday,Peters said.There were and honors early settlers who wipedout

Alligator Writer no protests on Tuesday. the Indian population.

Michelle L Diamond,one of two UF research rulesBy
Indian activists protested Monday freshmen arrested during the Gaines- "One of our goals is having Colum-

outside the Museum of Science and ville demonstration,said at least 10 UF bus Day changed to Indigenous People

Industry in Tampa, continuing the efforts students are traveling to Tampa this Day," Diamond said. "The RONALD DUPONT JR.

of more than 40 people who weekend to take part in further dem- glorification of Columbus' genocidaland Alligator Writer
sought to close the exhibit when it onstrations."I cultural war on the American In-
Federal guidelines that would have prevented university
appeared at UF's Florida dian is We want the name
Museum of am very pleased that what started wrong. professors from owning stock in companies for which they
Natural changed to honor the American Indi-
in December.The
History here is, being carried on," said Dia- do research have been scrapped.The .
who have been here and whose
exhibit,which drew an around- mond, who was arrested Dec. 11 for ans guidelines been proposed to stop professors from
culture affects the food eat
we our
the-clock nine-day protest during part trespassing and resisting arrest. "I lives and our actions." letting the quality of their work be determined by how much
of Its three-month appearance in know everywhere the exhibit goes stock or other equity they have in the company for which
Gainesville,will open in Tampa Jan. 18 there will be demonstrations.* they're doing research.But .
amid protests from the American In- Peters said the Museum of Science
The exhibit will tour nationally many school officials rejected the guidelines saying
dian Issues and Action Committee. through 1993 as part of the 500th and Industry may supplement the exhibit they were far too strict,a move that pleases UF administrators

About 10 demonstrators held a news anniversary. celebration of Christopher with a reading room containing and a neighboring research business.
conference protesting the exhibit Columbus' to the West books about American Indians.
voyage Warren Stern president of Pharmatec, a business in the
Monday and five picketers remained ern Hemisphere.First city of Alachua with close ties to UF, said the proposed

outside the Tampa museum during the Encounters depicts Spanish The museum will work with demon guidelines were a "big brouhaha over nothing" and he is

afternoon, said Valerie Peters, public exploration of the Caribbean and stration organizer David Goyette to glad "more sensible"ones are being written.

relations director at the museum. southeastern United States from 1492to create a bibliography that highlights The National Institutes of Healthwhich provides federalsee

Activists protested 10 days early be- 1570. Protesters claim it is racist Indian history and choose books for

cause they thought the exhibit would because it lacks an Indian point of viewALTERATIONS the reading room, she said. Research page 9

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revenge after 25 years of repressive rule under causing panic in society," the newspaper said.
dictator Nicolae Ceausescu are executing officials State-run television showed excerpts of the trial ofa
associated with his ousted regime, a Romanian major in the Securitate, or secret police, charged on their 2nd place finish
newspaper said Tuesday with attempted murder in the wounding of a soldier.
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into their own hands in some areas of the country, sentenced to nine years in prison.A USF Be G National Flag Football
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lot of executions are taking place without trials," tion and anti-state offenses on Dec 25. The govern- c 9
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horrible things that remind us of the dictatorship." remains unclear how many people are facing trial 1987 3rd in the nation $
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the democratic climate established in our country." government except possibly for individual acts of liThe Dynasty Continues" $
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. D.C. mayor denies mocking Jesse JacksonWASHINGTON I t&<: Steve'Wasserstein[ Joe Frisco &>

(UPI) Mayor Marion Barry mayor since 1978.A sAaron Solomon Andy Litvak 200 Team AU-American $
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"the laughingstock of America" if he challenged him the 1960s struggle for civil rights. Jon Goldman 0C
in this year's mayoral race. But the smart money locally is on Barry, who was e< >.
"Jesse don't wanna be no mayor,"Barry was quotedin quoted in the Times as saying, Til get 65 percent of t g.c
the piece by Bella Stumbo. "Jesse don't wanna run the vote-at least. Isn't anybody in this town can beat e
Congratulations to Let's Get Physical 9e
nothing but his mouth. me. I'm invincible.
The mayor met with a reportedly furious Jackson Some national Democratic strategists would like to on their 1st Place Finish
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a Washington bar while the mayor sipped wine. has used cocaine, has taken a lot of heat for the city's
Jackson moved here from Chicago last summer, drug-related crime. Start Your New Year Off Right!
prompting widespread speculation that he was prepare Voters in the District, whose 638,000 population is
ing a mayoral campaign. The two-time presidential 70 percent black, supported Jackson solidly In his two
candidate denies he plans to challenge Barry, 53, presidential bids. I Regular' S-8.

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falling satellite to pluck the 11-ton spacecraft out of Duration Exposure Facility on Friday,a giant scientific SUPCRCUTS
orbit for return to Earth. satellite that otherwise would fall to a fiery demise In
Columbia and its three-man, two-woman crew Earth's atmosphere around March 9.
blasted off from the Kennedy Space Center On timeat Before turning In for the day, Columbia skipper 2024 S.W. 34th St. e Suite 206
7:35: a.m. to kick off a 10-day mission, the first of 10 Daniel Brandenstein and copilot James Wetherbeefired
flights planned for 1990 and the most ambitious attempted the ship's rockets to adjust its orbit in preparationfor ((34th Street Plaza)
in the post-Challenger era. the LDEF rendezvous. went just fine," Bran-
"A new decade of spaceflight begins! launch com- denstein said.Grounded .
mentator Lisa Malone said as Columbia shot skyward Monday by low clouds and running 22 .OPEN17 DAYS A WEEK!

through a partly cloudy sky. days behind schedule overall, Brandenstein, 46, M F 9am-9pm Sat. 8am 7pm Sun. 10am 5pmA
Eight and one-half minutes later,the shuttle was in Wetherbee, 37, Marsha Ivins, 38, G. David Low, 33,
orbit and the astronauts quickly got to work, opening and Dunbar, 40, had little to.say during the Initial
Columbia's payload bay doors, readying a Navy com- hours of the mission. / 375-3767 3&I
munications satellite for launch Wednesday morning, "There were times when we wondered if this day
activating experiments and checking out the shuttle's would ever come about," LDEF project scientist Wil-
electrical and mechanical systems. liam Kinard said. "It sure was down to the wire.'



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I Columbus exhibit protested in TampaBy I UF to determineresearch


ALEX MARVEZ open Monday,Peters said.There were and honors early settlers who wiped

Alligator Writer no protests on Tuesday. out the Indian population."One .

Michelle L Diamond,one of two UF rules
Indian activists protested Monday freshmen arrested during the Gainesville of our goals is having Colum-

outside the Museum of Science and demonstration,said at least 10 UF bus Day changed to Indigenous People
Industry in Tampa, continuing the efforts students are traveling to Tampa this Day," Diamond said. "The By RONALD DUPONT JR.

of more than 40 people who weekend to take part in further dem- glorification of Columbus' genocidaland Alligator Writer
sought to close the exhibit when it onstrations. cultural war on the American In-
Federal that would have
guidelines prevented university
appeared at UF's Florida dian is We want the name
Museum of 1 am very pleased that what started wrong. professors from owning stock in companies for which they
Natural In December.The changed to honor the American Indi-
.
History here is being carried on," said Dia- do research have been scrapped.The .
who have been here and
ans whose
exhibit,which drew an around- mond, who was arrested Dec. 11 for guidelines had been proposed to stop professors from
culture affects the food we eat, our
the-clock nine-day protest during part trespassing and resisting arrest. "I lives and our actions." letting the quality of their work be determined by how much
of its three-month appearance in know everywhere the exhibit goes stock or other equity they have in the company for which
Gainesville,will open in Tampa Jan. 18 there will be demonstrations." they're doing research.But .
amid protests from the American In- Peters said the Museum of Science
The exhibit will tour nationally many school officials rejected the guidelines saying
dian Issues and Action
Committee. through 1993 as part of the 500th and Industry may supplement the exhibit they were far too strict,a move that pleases UF administrators -
About 10 demonstrators held news anniversary celebration of Christopher with a reading room containing and a neighboring research business.
conference protesting the exhibit Columbus' to the West- books about American Indians.
voyage Warren Stern, president of Pharmatec, a business in the
Monday and five picketers remained ern Hemisphere.First city of Alachua with close ties to UF, said the proposed

outside the Tampa museum during the Encounters depicts Spanish The museum will work with demon guidelines were a "big brouhaha over nothing" and he is

afternoon, said Valerie Peters, public exploration of the Caribbean and stration organizer David Goyette to glad "more sensible"ones are being written.

relations director at the museum. southeastern United States from 1492to create a bibliography that highlights The National Institutes of Healthwhich provides federalsee
Activists protested 10 days early be- 1570. Protesters claim it is racist Indian history and choose books for
cause they thought the exhibit would because it lacks an Indian point of view the reading room she said. Research page 9

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an attempt to lessen the healthy lines that traditionally -

wrap around Turlington Hall's fourth floor, the political

science department is trying something new this

semester only permitting its majors to go through

drop-add the first two days. M


Though its intentions are noble making sure its

students are taken care of- many more students are

being hurt or at least inconvenienced by the move:


Hundreds of students take political science classes to

fulfill minors, as requirements for other degrees or as interesting

electives.We .


know the political science department is dealing

with a lot more students than it can handle. It has 23

professors for about 500 registered majors as well as a

plethora of students who need to fulfill graduation require-

ments for other colleges or are looking to fill their Too 'Much ado about nothing? '

schedules. But surprise, it's crowded all over.

"Enjoy your days with nothing to do. Lord knows
If political science majors are given the first two daysof they don't last long enough." -> Dave Hargmve

drop-add to get their schedules picture perfect, chan- This simple and not too terribly profound advice 0
that a friend me became rally over the N THE COUCH
ces are some sections are going to close without other gave my cry
holidays.My friend must know a thing or two becauseI
students chance for them.
getting to fight
even a had one of my most enjoyable Christmas seasons president of a Fortune 500 company, and I want to be
the official couch potato of the Olympics doesn't makeme
Those students are forced to take whatever classes ever.Please understand that this comes after my recent an unambitious person, does it?
they can find and end up not caring about learning but discovery that I lack the motivation and concentrationto At least I know what I want.

just getting enough credits to graduate.And be a serious college student. Not only did I reach my goal, I also learned to
While most UF students scurried to earn a higher waste time efficiently. For the first time, I was able to
what about graduating seniors who may not be grade during finals, my study attempts were inter- keep up with all seven New Year's Day bowl games
political science majors but need to fulfill political science rupted by a recurring dream. In this dream I would without falling asleep, watching a commercial or get-
i courageously escape from the depths of finals hell,
requirements to get their degrees? Those students are totally dash home, forget the fall semester ever happenedand ting a blister on my remote trigger finger.
screwed while the political science juniors who got do absolutely nothing for the next week. When my parents finally pried me off the couch, I
had a vision that instantly brought out of mY.funk..
the class are sleeping late. Every time I sat down with a textbook, my mind me
Suddenly, I saw myself for the bum that I was.
zoomed to the soft couch back home, within reach of
The solution is making sure political science majorsget cable TV, a VCR and most importantly, the remote To my amazement,I realized that my vision wasn't
a vision at all. It realIt
was
control
what they need during pre-registration. Update the
My lethargic, uninspired dream shouldn't be was my imprint on the couch.
computer to give majors priority during
system early
laughed at, it's one of few that actually true.
came
my Had it come to this? I was on the brink of either
registration so they'll get the classes they need. That way Some fellow students say I am not goaloriented.That condemning my life as a champion couch potato or
they won't have to go through drop-add, leaving those was true until my friend encouraged me to proveI accepting laziness as part of my personality and
last-minute course openings for the rest of us. I could set a goal and reach it. moving on to future odysseys of nothingness.Guess .
It was easy. I went two and one-half weeks without which choice I made.
doing anything constructive. I was only shooting fora
Did I take friend's advice too literally? Did
my
week, but I was on such a roll I kept it up.
"enjoy days with to do" I should
your nothing mean
What an accomplishment! Total inactivity for two
Living historyWe've enjoy doing nothing, or was I supposed to find some-
and onehalf weeks. I haven't been so useless sinceI
worked at Sears. thing else to enjoy since I had nothing to do?

seen the effects of changes in Eastern Europeon Thanks to my friend, I didn't even feel guilty as I No matter.I enjoyed myself immensely and learned
something: It is always better to do something con-
slept until noon and routinely woke from my slumberto
television and we even may have noticed a change in watch five hours of Monkee reruns. structive than to sit around doing nothing.But .

attitudes. Other people say I don't have ambition. How dare never as much fun.
they! Just because some student wants to be the Dave Hargrove is Junior in journalism.
We'll be seeing the effects in the classroom this I

semester, too. Several political science professors are up- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

dating their classes because of the changes. Instead of
that Today is determined to extin- either to deceive the
an attempt
studying history, we're living it. We're glad to see professors Today party will guish. However, in Homer's letter, public, or the lack of ability to gain

teach us what's important when some department deliver the facts he fails to deliver all the facts. the necessary information for
heads are pressuring them to de-emphasize teaching and The movement to place Scooter proper representation of the facts.
emphasizing research and publishing. Editor: This letter is in response to Willis into office was finally enacted Pertaining to your call for a
the concerns of Mike Homer'i that after' a student protest at Tigert clean election. Today is making
were expressed in the December 13, Hall. It was organized by StudentsFor every effort to ,abide by the rules,.
alligator 1989 issue of The Alligator. Responsible Student Govern- and the diversity of Today's can-
Editor Horner claims that Tyrone ment and brought light to the fact didates shows that Today repre-
Chabot Adams, Today party chairman, that something fishy was going on. sents the student body.On the final
Lucy made statements for the Today Although the delay was partially note of the Today party's insecurity
Managing Editor Opinions Editor party, which blamed Mike Brownefor caused by the senate's referral to about winning an election, I have
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton the delay faced by former Presi- the judicial branch, the matter one response:You are dead wrong.
dent Scooter Willis and former Vice could have been solved sooner.
Letter Policy President Valerie Hartung after the Mike if you're going to the
letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about one 8-bylO page). They should be use
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typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone 88 spring election. media at least tell all the facts.The John Hall
number. Names will be withheld, If the writer shows Just cause If you have) any questions call This outlandish notion is the omission of student influence Today party treasurer
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within a matter of weeks, Hausch podrome. "The lights that they CARDfrom from their account. Then they
could use it for their housing bill
,
said. used for the stage were cut out 1
page
from page 1 tuition fees Gator "
Dining Service.
"We basically had a similar sit bean cans with a light bulb in them
drome is competing with many uation,"Hausch said."We had two when they first started the theaterin said. "What's unique about what He said the IDs will be distributed
other institutions-like UF-for weeks to raise$40,000. Somehow, an old abandoned 7-11." we're doing is our system will be on the Reitz Union's second
public support. it all came together." on-line, and the picture will appearon floor and at a mobile unit that will

"Who do For'the artists who work at the Rainsberger said he and his the screen." be set up at colleges away from the
turn-to? he asked.
"The main business we in Gainesvilleis Hippodrome, the thought of the wife Margaret, have worked at The ID someday may become a center of campus.
theater closing brings back mem- the Hippodrome for many years debit card, used for purchasesacross
UF who
is
for themselves., trying The to get money in ories of its beginnings. Kevin and would have to look for workin campus, Poppell said. The all-in-one ID card was the

Gainesville is not that economy good." Rainsberger, who graduated from another city if the theater "Parents could give a $2,000 de- brainchild and top campaign prom
UF in 1978 and interned at the closes. posit at the beginning of the semes- ise of former Student Body President
This is the second time the the- theater, recalled its first years. ter and students could walk into Scooter Willis. Although
ater has asked the public for help.In "The theater started out not "Our whole livelihood is here the book store and pay for their Willis 22, left office last February, i
1985,the theater had a$140,000 making $25 a week," said with the theater," he said."We've textbooks with it," he said. "Then the engineering graduate student i
deficit that needed to be met Rainsberger, who acts at the Hip- got a lot at stake." the computer would subtract that has stayed close to the project.




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room In furnished Wllllamsburg Village & utll. Call Larry at 3359337. 1-1645,
SW Archer Rd *** 372-5389
2370 MALE ROOMMATE
Z UNFURNISHED 2bedroom townhouse, $110 & 1/4 util
1.16-5-2 Call 335-5802. 1-1255 m/ns wanted to share newly furn apt In 3BR/18A $170mo3 ulil

l alk WINDMEADOWS Mill Run. Must be neat, quiet, upper division Cable, vcr, serious student only
> to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270 $280,
Room A Bath in NE House, N/S, Cent student preferred. Scott 335.5131. Call Robert 374.8967. 1-11-25
BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec 1, Z & 3 Bedroom Apts
ht/ac, wash/dry, no lease $195/mo A 1/2/ 1-1865
lus LMR.
Pool PoolTennleLaundryClose
laundry, no cats or dogs
DESPERATEI! F to share master bdr in
1-
Santa Fe Trace to UF/Shands/ util. Call Dave after 6pm at 3784898.
Apts 3781190. 43075. 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 1255 Serious Student, N/S M, 7mln bike ride to 3bd/2ba furn In The Pines apt no de-

UFo $195/mo & utilities, located at posit. Jan free. Call 371-4892 1-1645
,8-5-2
Oak Glade N/S F to share 3bdr/2ba home w/ mom & ViscayaApts. on 34 St& 7 Av. 3758609
Apt*. Near UF & VA, quietvasherdryer
TOWNHOUSES child In NW. $ 80/mo. & 1/2 util 371- Alex. ,-,2.3-5 F n/s Own bedroom In 2bedrm/1bath apt.
available In most units for Clean & studious l65/mo & 1/2 util
"!15 2 Bedrooml/ 1112 BathPoolLaundry 9614. 1125.5
mo. Cats Allowed. IB 28.1 & 2 Bath .
Avail Now Call Patti 374 4970 leave
Rmmt Wanted, large suite. 2 fireplaces, at
i250-$350, sec & Imr 372-6422. 4.30-
5.2 1 Block to UF/Shanda ceiling fans. pool, kitchen, own bath, oak message. 1-1755
WILLIAMSBURQ APTS. MOONSTRUCKDisordered floors $160/mo. Call Jeff 371-1909 123-

BRAD STUDENTS ONE BLK FROM 2000 SW 16th St *** 376-1253 In mind supposedly affectedby 105F 6 FOR SALE

JNIV. One Bedroom One Bath $275/mo 1.\8.5.2 the Influence of the moon, crazed lunatic -
N/S own bdrm In NW duplex 6blks to UF.
dazed 0.3.5ROCKWOOD
Jail: Kevin 376-5242 9-Spm. 1-1032 -
A spacious 2000 sq ft. 3 or 4 bdr 2ba, pool Washer, microwave $133/mo/ & 1/3 util. BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs

2 BR, 1 BATH, KIT., LR 1 BLK. to UF. house 1 1/2 West of UF, 2816 W Unlv. Ave. VILLAS Call 373-0758 leave message 1.17-5-5 low at $25/mo no $ down

'380Imo..2 $6SO/mo Appt. only 376.6183; 'S-5-2 M/F N/S to share luxurious FREE Catalogue over SO.000
lit/last
mo. dep
per max., M N/S Sorority Annex Until Summer. 1 customers 1-800-825-7283
910 NW 3br/3ba condo. Ownrm/ba
1st Ave PH. 5911410622-
257 J.B. Walkup now avail. 1-1252 Studio Apt walk to UF campus, nice, tale $245/mo. & 1/3 util Block to UF, furnished $150Imo. Call 219308
neighborhood utilities Included Hurry, 335-9124 or 3059718686. 377.1280 or 3784078. 1-1755

STUDENTS won't last long. $265/mo/ 371-2322 Lv. 1-1255 SLEEPY???????????????????????
only a I BR all util*. $200 and
Male student needed share 2br
to apt
Twin bed for sale with mattress, box
I BR 1-12-4-2
water only $185 2 BR $250 all Msg
:lose to 373-4593 hrs or 374- Polos M or F own bed/bath ft 1/2/ utll. Furnished lS8/month/ ft .1/3 utilities In spring, frame, all In great condo First $40
campus furn Inc. Gatorwood own room. 373 0566. 1-175- take III I 335-4447. 1-1036
6934 $300 negotiable. Wsh/dry fully
107. 1125.2 Large 4bed/2bath home 2ml from UF, covered 5
carport, big yard trees No pets Xtra bdr. Call 335-7255. 1-1255\

Oakridge 2 bdr, remodeled kitchens carpet large rec room with giant brick fireplace I. F N/S Rmmt wanted, own bdr/ba. For Classifieds. .
Wanted N/S
or
ceiling fans, ft saving heat Lease deposits 378-2018. Roommate : young pro
money ,
$650 mo.
per more info call 378-5397 or 395-0025. Ask
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Pumps 1295. 1120 NW 45 Ave.3723783. ,.,2.3.2 grad student. Call 376-1341 1.12.5-5 for Lisa Continued on next page.BUY ..

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FOR SALE FOR SALE 8 MOTORCYCLES 10 WANTEDLocal SERVICESSLEEPY


Queen waterbed w/heater/ sheets ;comforter -- RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants 1981 Honda 750 Supersport very sharp Artist needs: GOLD. Gems Class HOLLOW HORSE FARM lesIons 1

$150 obo 375-2218. 1-12-5-6 for your dorm or apartment. We good condition, first $750 takes it, 373- Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine boarding woodser facilities '
deliver) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 377- 5018. 1-12-5-8 Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 hay rides parties sates' working ;
SOFA: 7 feet long decent condition light 5265. 6 blocks E, of campus. 2-6-20 students accepted 466-3224 375-8080. 'I

blue slipcovers need to be dyed. Incredible Puch Magnum X1 Moped new, red and *** WANTED. I want a moped. Call Jay 4307511TERMPAPER I
comfortablel 374-8547 evenings. 1- NEW SHOP bile paint, maps, new piston, overhaul at 378-0046 If you want to sell one I'm
10-3-6 We have a good deal on ATB bikes Come $250 OBO. Steve 3387450. 1-17-5-8 sick of parking on campus. 1-11-2-10 HELPER I
see us-Gator Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd. Writing research. Fast, reasonable I
Take over my Power Plant I Membership! 373-3962. We buy sell, and trade. 1-17- Honda Rebel 250 Kawa 550L TD. Both Leonard Cohen enthusiast wants to buy prices. 800331.9783 ext. 999.
$150. Thru ;/91. 373-7374, leave mettape. $1300 or $650 and $750 Individually. Call video copy of concert broadcasted on ch.
V12-5-6 BIKE SPECIALIII' 377-2263, eve. best. Awesome shape, 5 Jan 5-6. 468-2765 before 10pm. 1-12- *SUNBELT MOVING*
Quality Touring ATB bikes $189' & up. cl.an.1758
3-10
Nice Clean Modern Furniture All at Reasonable Large selection of used bikes $45 A up. Professional' Moving/Packing/ & Supplies.
Prices Come Take a Look. $7.99 U-lock with bike purchase. Bikes & 1-ltem -House full. Local/Lng dlst. Lie/Ins./
The Plunder House More 2133 NW 6th St. 373-6574. 1-17-5- Priced for Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4-
9 AUTOS 11 SERVICESNW 30-75-11
511 SW 4 Avenue. '1-22-10-6
MTN bike, all deore II w/cat eye ATC

Beds: queen $100, 2 twins $50 ea, sofa comp. Brand new must sell make offer) 1985 Chrysler Laser a/c/ am/fm cass, Mini storage at '1-75 & NW 39th Ave ONE STOP DENTISTRY
sleeper queen & love seat like new $380. Yakima, bike racks for car $125 obo. Call auto trans alarm syt, hatchback w/ sunshield near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Accepting new pta emerg.
chest of 5 drawers $30 a/c 12,000 BTU 378-1506. 1-17-5-6 56000 mil many new parts. $20, 10% disc to students. 3328917. 4- Adult cleaning $28, child $18
$200. 374-4054. 1-10-3-6 $4300 obo. 335-3972. 1-18-8-9 30-75-11 ((4)Wisd.) tee. $325, ((3)Wlsd.) tee $250
ALMOST NEW: Art Deco black laquer ((2)Wisd.) tee. $200

Full size bed/twin size bed/6 drawer base bedside table ft dresser; matching coffee For Sale 1977 NOVA good condition. 335- BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC. V, AE
10 gal fish tank fully equip. Neon signs I side tables; bkfst table & 2 chairs. 377- 1460 leave message. '.18-5-; Valid only with coupon up to ((4)) people.H. .
(Coors & Lite'Portable) Typewriter 335- 2762. 1-16-4-6 T. Gonsouhln. DDS 372-9521
'5905. 1-11-4-8 Dodge! Caravan LE, 1986 loaded all
Modern sofa and loveseat light brown clean 472- 1233 NW 10th Ave.
power extras, very $7995,
New Bicycle ATB style iSspeed chro- $250. Brown velvet sofa excellent condition 6325. 1-12-3-9 3721664MCVISAInsurance MOPED CITYPick

molly frame, Index shifting all the bells $175. 472-6423. '.".2-8 Free Test up/Drop off..,/2 off now
and whistles. Mult sell. Call 3320940. 1988 Camero, perfect cond. T-Tops, pw, Pregnancy 1-31-16-11
1-12-5-6 ADV 4200? Don't pay top $ at the stores: ps, pb, ac, cruise, tilt, am/fm/ ca... V6- Member
used tools and materials cheap! blue silver. National Abortion Federation
buy my Sspd. Sky on Asking $9000 or Gainesville's Women's *
Portfolio A drawing board Incl. 335-3604. best offer, Scott 335.5131. 1-18-6-9
Country-style furniture, sofa, coffee table SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Health Center
4 chairs, good condition $125 call 375- 1-12-3-6 Get confidential testing and treatment 720 NW 23rd Avenue
Honda Accord, 1978, 3 door, 5-spd, ac,
8017 ask for Chris, after 6pm 377-5216. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4- 377-5055
1-12-5-6 BED am/fm/ good body A r.bulll.ngine. needs
Only 3 months old Full size Clutch work $590, 372-1768. 1123.9 30-75-11 ABORTIONUp

PEUGEOT 12 spd man's road bike. Excellent $100, AAA STORAGE to 24 Week
condition, $175 or beat offer Call Call 335-6653 Ford Maverik '74 Runs good, on HWY too. Close to UF, Convenient Free Pregnancy Tests
336-6491. 1-12-56 Price $400 or best offer. Call any time CONFIDENTIALCOUNSELING
Single mattress, box spring and frame 377-8419. '.'2-3.0 4x4x4 $15/mo/
$50. 1 extra single mattress $20. 371-' 4x8x8 $25/mo
Female Practitioner
Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
brands are all at our New Location! Car 4823 obo. 1-12-3-6, VW Rabbit for sale 1980 model 4 door, 4-30-75-11 533, SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 Full Range of
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- gas fuel Injection exc. cond. For $800. Gynecology Services
2070. 4-30-75-6 Canon F1 35mm with Sunpak 544 thyrls- Phone 336-8604 evenings. 1.12.3.9 4-30-74-11' ,
tor Flash and lenses all In mint condition GATOR MOVING **

CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the oldest $350 obo. 336-8271 Adam. 1-17-5-6 Toyota Corolla SR 5'81 Sspeed ac, Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Free Poster with any glamour session
best and lowest priced car stereo am/fm/ cass, 62,000 mis., excel' engine. item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves./ Long dis. with award winning photographer Bill
lore in town 372-2070 2201 NW 13 St. Moped for sale White PUCH. Low Mile $1750 Obo. 373-1265. 1-16-4-9 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 3744791. 4-30-75-11 Home. Studio or location. Glamour with
4-30-75-6 age. Good Shape. Call 3788840. 1-12- style. 377-6583 See the display now. 1By .



'Car Infinity Rockford Sterlo, Kicker Foegate Installers, Code Yamaha In-town.Alarm.,The Pioneer Car Beat Stereo w/padded 3-6 For sale queen-size frame & heater, waveless$150 waterbed obo. Call I IW.I.t1EU-'fS, azo E O Doyle. tStenwckyeo I IM

to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 Angle 336-6567 or 375-1558 leave mes
sage. 1-16-1-6

.2 single beds pinewood $75. each. 1 f ONLY'
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48* Parallel Bars Spiroliner for sale 6O--VOU1 t C SAVIN' I
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Nishiki, 10-speed $'175, $250 New. Dennis
CAN We Ill TMBM
376.3596. 1-17-7-6 $40. Call 3735398.17511 ---PxruTtofff 9 Lot! NOT 'V MH,
2XTRY lLD3 OVCR
Off 6189N1990\ YOU WON'Teo. TILL..
4 drawer solid wood desk. Like new con- WHAT DO I DO IN'91 ? I_IN"9! YOU OVER AN' OVf R? Y1Du
1965 Trac Eagle moped great condition; : INq"z gOR !>''IILOPl,
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dition. $40. Please leave message 336- !O 16LH
$275. Refrigerator great for dorms, $75. 2L0
Call 3727999. 1-11-4-6 0207. 1-17-5-6 6091020L89. IIN1M 01 to ON.-
TO n+ flr+M.Llr..
For Sale dorm-size refrig. $25. Call 371- '"
Fender Stratocasier Plus with case $550
1989. 1-12-3-6
also assorted effects. Call Bruce 374-
4202 after 6pm on weekdays. 1-12-5-6
PC-XT compatible: 640k ram, 20 meg. h
hard disk, 2 floppy drives, monochrome
Queen size waterbed headboard $75
monitor. $925. Accessories available.
large 2-dresser set wmirror $50, dining .374-8486. 1.16.46Integrated
room table w4 chairs $40 call Michelle

338-1714 Iv, message. 1-12-5-6 '
stereo system with
cassclocktuner8trackequallzerspeakers. / / 11 _
Waterbed King semi-waveless with bookcase
$35. Pair of Panasonic Thrusters
headboard, light wood. $110. 335- -
4635 Kate. ,1-12, .5-6 $15. 3748488..2.8
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standard sheets-cost $700 newsacrifice Estate Salesman course 7-day YOU KiJoW, I MISS ...ANP EVERY TIME i DON'T THINK |
$225 Aquarium 45 gal complete $260
Begins Feb. 12 Saturday only class
wht brass hdbd twin $30. All prices neg. begins mid Feb. Call 371-2787 Fla Ctr for FESTER ALRE/IPV./ LOOK AT HIS PHONE SHOULD HAVE DoNE

338-0483. 1-12-5-6 Real, Estate ed. 1-12-5-7 NUMBER THAT HE THAT
Love-seat Gold/Green Color $75 Chair PRIME UF LOCATIONII!! ME$ IT MAKES MEWANnIA

beige seat and back $50 Both $110.1 18 Room House. Fully Rented! Earn CM2HP
Both In excellent condition. 376-2616.I 1- while you 'learn and/or 'Inveet/frater-

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TYPING SERVICESYOU TYPING SERVICES HELP WANTEDA HELP WANTEDOffice

Led help with M.-Doi, WordPerfect WRITE, WE TYPE RESUME Plus Notes-Are you an 'A' Student do help wanted Allstate Ins.
.otus, Pascal or Just turning on a com- Business Legal Personal Reports Same day Next day. you take excellent notes, would you like M-W-F 9:00 am to 1 :00 pm T & Th 1 :00
puttr? Want friendly, knowledgeable Term Paper Typeset Resume Etc. Many Styles ft. Fonts. Editing. to earn while you learn If so then call to 5pm
computer assistance that comes to you? G'yili. Handicapped Typing PC Lab 17 St 4 Univ. 372-6500. 1-17-5- 3716954. We are looking (for Itud.ntaln Apply by phone. 3730333. 1-12-5-13
Call Lampert Coniulllng at 395-7597 1. 378-7179. 12 the following classes:
4-30-75.12 ADV 3000, ADV 3501, APB 2150 APB OFFICE WORK: Part time, will train, Mature -
Valentin Special' b. photographed by 2151. AMH 2010, AMH 2020, ANT 2141. person wanted Prefer' GVL residentor
Internationally known beauty photogra- *Typing report business legal 13 HELP WANTEDassassins ANT 2149 ANT 2301, ANT 2402 ANT UF Sophomore, good phone voice ft.
R77.6583.Home. Get a free potter print resume cassettes transcribed applications 2410 ANT 3511, ARC 1701', ARC 2681 personality a must. Some sales ability.
'1-31-15-11 letter notary *etc. Available AVON 375-8967 AST '1002 AST 2037, BSC 2010. BSC Must work evening &. weekend, Call between
24 hour./7 days/372-2777 43075.12 Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. 2011." CAP 3802, CCJ 3024 CCJ 3704. 11-3, 377.0081. ,.'0.3.3'
** MOPED REPAIR *** Benefit Insurance. 4.30.75.13 CDA 3101. CHM '1020, CHM '1021.' CHM
fait, quality service. Very reasonable Typing $,00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, 2040. CHM 2041' CHM 2045. CHM 2046 CIRCA computer A. IBM PC operator '
tatea. Free pickup/dropoff. 8 yrt. exp Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. College Work Study (only) $5.00/rt evenings CLA 1120 CLP 3144 COC 3110 COC Part-tlm',2 term min. Must have VAX or
ALL MARK 378-eooa. 1175.11 WCS 917 NW '13th 373-11822. 4-30-75- & Saturday Telephone Survey Inter. 3400 COM 1000, COP 3' '0, ECO 2013 PC exp req. 335-8242 520 CSE 1-11-
viewer. Apply: Bob/Martha 3920171. ECO 2023 ECO 3202 EUH 2001, FIN 4-13
TYPING GATOR TYPING moved & lowered prices. "- 2-5.13 3408, GEO 2200, GEO 2201 GEO 2420
Laser printer. Resumes $12' &. up. Page GEO 2500, GLY 1000, HIS 2464, ISM Attention perfect for students M-F 5:30:
SERVICES discounts avail. Days ft. eves. 373-4584. F.N. Wolf ft Co., Inc. 3011.' .ISS 2120.' JOU 3100 30pm: phone sales, hourly wages plus
12 1-31-17-12' Investment Banker LAH 2020 LEI 3830 MAC 1142, MAC bonus. Friendly atmosphere. Call after
110WallSt.N.Y.N.Y. 3233, MAC 3311" MAN 3021' MAR 3023 1pm 378-3238. 1103.13
OOK A LETTER GRADE BETTER. Use MGF '1202 MMC 2100 MMC 4200. OCE
ktyles, font,graphic, proofreading &. editing RESUME HOUSE A Full Service Firm- 2005 PCO 2714' PET 3320 PET 3350 Computer Programmers-
t PC Lab, 17 &. Univ. 372-6500. ,117Professional, resume writing We Are Expanding And Looking PHM' 2101 PHI 2100, PHI 2403, PHY DCS, Inc. a software development co. in
.-12 d'Yllopmnll'rYlc..37'.8148.USE For Entry Level Account Executive 3053, PSB 3004, PSY 2013, PUR 3000 Ft. Laud., has entry level to mid-level po-
We Will Be On Campus On PUR 3101, OMB 3205, OMB 3600, REE altlons for software engineers/computer
January 23rd 1990 3043. REL 2001 REL 2240, RUT 3452. programmer C programming required.
March 7th 1990 RTV 2100 RTV 3000, SOP 2513. STA Candidate should also have 4-year de
1-10-3-13 3023. STA 3024 SYG 2000, SYG 2430. gree. Send Resumes to: DCS Inc 6184
;,. A COMPUTER ALL NICHTJ ; HEARING EXPERIMENTS: and SYG 3010. Call 371-6954 If Interested NW 11 St, Sunrise, FL 33313
1-17-7-13
Conclentloue normal-hearing listeners
Now accepting applications for Resident
needed for Spring Semeeter. 5-10 Assistant for the Fall
Infected
Paying $125 to persons cuts positions
hrs./week. $3.3S/hr. ft 22% bonus at scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic 19(0 Semeeter. Application available
$ semester's end. Call 392-8470 ((10 am- study. Blood test required. Call 331- at I either the Housing Office or all residence .
lQQ 1pm only). 1-10-3-1J 5370 13117.13 hall area oftlcee. Applicationsare
due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 'to the
BE A GATORFUNDRAISERI *BRANCH OPENINGS* Division of Housing Offles. For further
JOBS JOBS JOBS Information contact the Staff StudentDevelopment
$13/hr we train. National coatings[ Office st 392-2161 2-2-
PC Lab get acquainted offer Many telephone communicator positions franchise expanding Full/part time. Chiropractor' Assistant Public Relations
available: Mutt have excellent peaking
LABOR MGT. POSITIONS AVAil.
1$ UF Plaza, 17 & Univ., Below Copper Monkey 372-6500 't voice, enthusiastic, attitude. On campus. Potential to own your own business. Hrs M-W-F and Technical 9-1.2-6.'Call Assistant 3735510.Will Train.1-12-
Great experience. 3 evenings/weak, $4 Call for Immediate Interview.
plus/hour. 392-1691. ext. 17 1-17-7-13' 813-886-7151. Earn $$$ now In your major. The College
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I Assistant coaches make Spring football shortened;




first public appearanceSpurrier voting on hoops today

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Best in AmericaBy in the summer and when the fall
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By RON KASPRISKE
rolls around,you want to playas
JASON DAVIS cellent job." Alligator Writer Delegates de- many games as you can. Everybody
As for the offense, Franks re-
thinks it makes the
Alligator Staff Writer NCAA Division I schools season
mains hopeful as well with or voted Tuesday to shorten spring ferred voting on a more interesting. As far as play
UF football coach Steve Spurrier without All-America running back
think like the
ers g,1( we longer
football five in
practice days a
officially presented his assistant Emmitt Smith."I proposal to shorten season."
between
coaching staff Tuesday morning, told him at our team meeting compromise university
bursting with pride and confidence (Monday night) that we wanted him presidents and delegates at the basketball sched- Interim head basketball
about the men he selected to help at the University of Florida,"Franks third day of their national con ules by three coach Don DeVoe said if dele-
him lead the Gators into the 1990s."I said. "This is the biggest decisionin vention in Dallas. gates do vote to shorten the
read where (Alabama Athletic life for him to make. We'll get Spring football practice at UF, games.The season, the NCAA should make
Director) Hootie Ingram said he with him later on in the week.We're which traditionally spans 20 adjustments to allow all teamsto
was going to get the best coachingstaff not going to tell him what to do; days during the months of debate between the play in the tournament playoff
in America (to replace the re- that's not fair. March and April, now will be President's Commission and system at the end of the season.
cently resigned Bill Curry)," Spur "But I'm working forward to shortened to 15 days, with five delegates stems from thecommission's
that The top 64 teams in the na-
rier said. "Well, I think he's goingto working with all the running backs. of those practices remaining no- argument
student-athletes tion, as selected by an NCAA
contact workouts. are spendingtoo
have to after the second best"The chance to makeme
go They've got a great
much time at and committee,currently play in the
The presidents originally had games
nine assistants publicly ap- look like a better coach"Franks
and don't have enough NCAA basketball tournament,
peared together for the first time quipped. wanted practice reduced to 10 practices
which determines the national
since Spurrier became coach on Other topics Tuesday were recruiting days with no contact at all. time to study.
New Year's Eve. which Spurrier said is "I don't know what kind of Their (the presidents') heartis champion.

+! Helping Spurrier are Jim Bates going well without discussing spe- effect it would have," UF line- in the right place," said Appa- "What I would like to see, if
(defensive coordinator), John cifics,and the resurfacing of Florida backer Huey Richardson said."I lachian State faculty representative they do shorten the season,
Reaves (tight ends),Dwayne Dixon Field with natural grass. guess I will have to wait and see Alan Hauser. "But their would be to allow everyone to
(receivers),Jerry Anderson (defensive They say it's no problem havingit what happens with this beforewe expertise is not. They should play in the NCAA basketball
tackles), Bob Sanders (defensive ready for next year," Spurriersaid. know if this will help or hurt give us a plan and let the" experts tournament," DeVoe said. "If
ends), Tim Marcum "It's not 100 percent definite, \ us. It makes no difference to me work out the details. you allow everyone to play in the
(linebackers), Jim Collins (linebackers but it looks pretty good." I how long it is." UF basketball player Brian tournament, you're allowing
), Carl Franks (running deferred Hogan said he and his team-
Also Tuesday, delegates teams to play an extra two
backs) and Rich McGeorge (offensive a proposal to cut the basketball mates prefer the present lengthof games."
line). No 'Canes for a while. season from 28 games to the season and that it doesn't
"I think they're all outstanding Spurrier's wish that the Gators and 25 games beginning in 1992. affect their study time."I International
United Press
teachers and they're good people," Miami Hurricanes resume the foot The proposal Ts'expected to be like the season the way it
Spurrier said. "None of them like to ball series as soon as possible likely voted on today.: is," Hogan said. "You work hard contributed to this report.
lose, and they don't make excuses will not happen, athletic:directorsat

when things go bad." both schools say. BASKETBALLfrom college basketball powerhouse. year probation, including a two-
But the assistants don't UFs and Miami's
expect Arnsparger page 15 NCAA probation cast a dark year live television ban and
things to go bad at UF. Sam Jankovich, who are attendingthe cloud over a tradition-rich scholarship restrictions.
"We think have another annual NCAA convention in Dallas pro-
we can
said. "The concentration level gram that has won more games Three starters from last
good defense," said Bates, who re- said schedule logistics will not has to bs there. It's the point in than any school in history and year's squad left the team, and
placed former interim coach Gary permit the matchup anytime soon. the year where we have to find has won five national titles, second the Wildcats have only eight
Darnell. "We will use some of the Jankovich told several news "
out what we are made of. only to UCLA. scholarship players on the ros-
same ideas on defense, because agencies a 'Canes-Gators game ter taller than 6-7.
when you have a good product,you would be held in Miami or Gaines- The Wildcats lead the all-time Former coach Eddie Sutton none
don't want to break It. Anytime you ville or not at all, apparently ending series with the Gators 55-18,but resigned March 19 amid almost Player departures and lack of
finish third in the nation,you know talk of adding an extra game and this might be the year many daily allegations of academic scholarships and height has
the coaches and players did an ex moving it out of the country. SEC teams get their revenge fraud and recruiting violations. spurred Pitino's switch to an
against Kentucky, a longtime Kentucky then received a three- up-tempo, wide-open style.

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