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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 80 THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1990




Tickets sell out;



students sold outThe

"
r t
waiting is the hardest part "

for those camping out in the coldBy

because there was confusion at the
ANTHONY LEDERMAN
box office about how many ticketshe .
Alligator Writer wanted and where he wanted to -...:* ,J
Although the 9,100 tickets for sit, Student Government Produc-
this month's Tom Petty concert tions Chairman Raul Mateu ex-
4
sold out within five hours Wednes- plained. During those few secondsof
day,a promise to give students the discussion, other TicketMaster
best seats fell through. outlets in the state began selling
Graduate student Lindsey Rei- tickets.
der, the first person in line at the Mateu promised Sunday that
University Box Office, waited almost students would get "premiere"seats
20 hours for tickets onlyto if they bought tickets
get 21st-row seats. through the box office at Constans
Just before the tickets went on Theatre in the Reitz Union.
sale, Reider, an exercise physiology "We heard that the Constans
major, said the wait for Petty Theatre was the place to get good
was worth it seats," law student Chris Puleo
"I have never seen him before said. "I don't think they know what
and I really wanted to see him the hell they're doing." '
and I wanted to do it right,"he said Students didn't get the best
before he got his tickets. seats because the contract be-
But after leaving the box office tween SGP, the University Box Of-
with seven tickets, Reider was fice and TicketMaster calls for wn ',
livid. tickets to go on sale at the same t .'" -- --.
"It doesn't make any sense. time throughout the state, Mateu state or reserve good seats for KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
That's ridiculous. That's bullshit! said. Shows usually aren't so pop- students and "no one would' fuss," After a cold night of waiting for
Reider said.Reider ular and SGP can start selling tick Mateu said. Tom Petty concert tickets,
didn't get front-row seats ets earlier than other outlets in the SGP announced Sunday that John Garrigues, above, eats
tickets would go on sale at 10 am breakfast while still in line
I I Extra tickets availableGainesville l I but Mateu said it decided to move. Wednesday morning. He has
? the time up an hour Tuesday because been camping out since 6 p.m.
native Tom Petty prices are reduced to $12 for he anticipated a long line. the day before. People waitedin
has decided to release roughly students and$15 for the general Since the box office is a Ticket- line for up to 20 hours on the
2,000 additional seats for his public, plus a service charge. Master outlet, the company north side of Reitz Union, left,
0 a
upcoming campus concert,with The seats right behind the wouldn't allow SGP to sell tickets to get tickets for Petty's Jan.
tickets going on sale at 9:30: this stage are pretty close," said earlier without telling all state out 27 concert. The concert sold
morning at the Reitz Union's Mike DeLorenzo,the O'Connell lets, Mateu said. So every outlet out In a little more than five
Constans Theatre and other Center's associate director. started selling tickets at 9 a.m. hours.

TicketMaster outlets, said Raul Tm sure (Petty, will) turn UF sophomore Shira Friedman,
Mateu, chairman of Student around and face them,"he said. who was about 30th in line, said
Government Productions. "Plus,we'll hang some speakers her friends at the front of the line
The seats are obstructed view facing the fans behind the stage, got bleacher seats and she couldn't M+ rl
and located either behind or to so! it should sound good.". believe the floor seats were gone

the side'of,the, stage. Ticket ANTHONY LEDERMAN see Ticket, page 5 KRISTIN FISHER
I


I Award program meets opposition among deansBy I

DUPONT JR. what does that say of the quality of their UF's United Faculty of Florida chapter. "When you produce any sort of a pro-
RONALD peers on the judging committee? "It's going to cause problems," she said. gram, you don't know how it'. going to
Alligator Writer "The best teachers, per se, may not be on "I don't think it has been thought out prop- work," he said. "If an experiment.
Choosing top professors and giving them the committee that selects the best teachers erly. Good teaching is a part of our job.We But it was an experiment not planned
thousands of dollars as part of a state award ," Lowenstein said. get our reward for doing our job through properly, Lowenstein said.
program may not be a good idea,UF instruc Lowenstein asked the deans at the meet- merit pay increases. Giving people a one-
tors and administrators said Wednesday. ing who would like to be on the committee.His shot prize for a single occasion is not the "What studies do they have to show this
The new program which will split question was met with laughter.The answer. engenders good teaching?"he said. "When
.$185,000among 50 UF teachers offers statewide program calls for studentsand The Legislature wants to reward good did they talk to us?What right do they have
far too much money and will create dissen- instructors in each college to choose teaching. But this is a quick-fix solution." to' throw good money at something they
,''sion among teachers vying for the award, top teachers for the award, based on past Besides providing too much money, the know little about?"
journalism college Dean Ralph Lowenstein honors, teaching techniques, course exam- state program also has unexplained eligibility correctionIn
inations and outlines. UF gives the 50 win- requirements for the candidates,
said.The comments Lowenstein made at ,ners $2,500 each, then gives an additional Brockmann said. 1985, the Hippodrome State Theatrewas
Wednesday's deans meeting raised several $5,000 to each of the top 10 instructors Keith Legg, interim associate academic $40,000 in debt. Also, Larry Strauss is
questions, including one that silenced his chosen from the 50 finalists. affairs vice president and coordinator of the Student Honor Court's chief associate jus-
colleagues: If UFs best teachers are the But that's just far too much money for an awards program, said it may cause prob- tice.The Alligator reported otherwise on this
being considered for the award then award, said Jane Brockmann, president of lems. page Wednesday.

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2, ALLIGATOR THURSDAY. JANUARY 11.1990WHAT'S

. HAPPENINGM.L.K.
Ollie Gator
says. .
Day: Alccc Hastings will thodox Mission Saturday morning at discuss horseshow. Officers must
speak Monday at noon atTigert Hall 9:30: at University Lutheran Center. meet at 630.: Call 336-8151 for infor
for the Martin Luther King Day Call 378-8470 for information. mation.
celebration. A march to the Boardsalling: The UP Boardsailing Business council: The Business
Downtown Community Plaza on Club will meet tonight at 7:30: in Administration College Council will
University Avenue will follow. Call the Orange & Brew to discuss up- meet for the first time this semester
392-0895 for information. coming regattas. New members are tonight at 6 in Business Room 101.
Political honors: Pi Sigma Alpha, welcome. Call 335-2717 for informa- Call 395-7914 or 395-8003 for infor
40% OFFSpacesaver
the political science honor society, mation.
meets tonight at 5:10: in Turlington tion.Row and crew: The UFCrew and Girl talk: Pat Craddock will lec. 40% OFF
Room 2318 to discuss this Rowing Club will meet tonight at 9 in ture on "The Women in Gibbon's
semester's activities. There will be a Reitz Union Room 349. Call 3352274for Life" Jan. 17 at 4 p.m. in Turlington .All Strathmore Pads Drafting Tables
welcome back happy hour after the information. Room 2354. Call Linda Wolfe at 392- Bienfang Sketch/Tracing FREE assembly
meeting. Call 332.7867 or 3738025for Award celebration: The Black 2031 for information. Paper RollsNewsprint
information. Graduate Student Organization will Resources run: Wekiva Springs Pads '
Medical honors: Junior Honors sponsor a Martin Luther King, Jr. State Park and S.OAR. Inc. (Save : Design Markers
Medical Program Orientation, a program awards celebration Friday night at 7 Our American Raptors) are sponsor- C-thru Cutting Mats
allowing students to get an at the Holiday Inn-University Cen- ing the Third Annual Run To Pentel Pencil and Leads I
early start on medical school, will ter. Tickets are available at Little S.OAR. on Jan. 19. The 5K run will I
meet Tuesday night at 7 in the Com- Hall Room 452. Call 373-9376. be held at Wekiva Springs State Parkat \
municore Bldg. Room Cl-11 for all Women's soccer: The Womens 8:30: a.m. Registration before race
interested students. Requirementswill Club Soccer meets every Tuesdayand day is $8, and on race day it's $10. 40% OFF 30-33% OFF
be discussed. Call 392-3071 for Thursday afternoon from 5 to 7 Mail checks made out to S.OAR. to
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THURSDAY.JANUARY 11,1990.ALLIGATOR 3


Paul Shafferto




headline




CelebrationBy


USE FISHER
1 4A r Alligator Writer

Paul Shaffer and The World's Most DangerousBand
011t will bring their blend of "terror" to the UF
Bandshell March 10 during Celebration 1990, a festi-
val that will feature local, state and national arts.
Shaffer, known for his sarcastic one-liners and
exchanges with David Letterman, will play a wide
range of music with his band for"All That Jazz,"which
will close the four-day event .M
sponsored by Student Government
F F Omicron Delta
Kappa and Friends of Cele
bration.
"People in the music business
consider him to be a
musical genius, and a lot of
that you don't see on Late './
Night With David Letter
man," Celebration Producer "
Chip off the old block KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR Jason Rosenberg said. "He
doesn't have chance to
Although campus construction has been the center of attention recently, John Williams Jr. tries his showcase his work.a Shaffer
hand at "destruction" as he begins taking out a wall of a physical plant building Wednesday afternoon.
Negotiations to sign Shaffer and the band for the
free show began last November. "We were trying to
get someone who would appeal to everyone," Rosen

Beer tax proposal. gets mixed responses berg Letterman said. "Gainesville show." is a huge market of the David

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By JOHN F. BERRY than that by the time it reaches John Q. vote on it. Mitch Glaeser, a legislativeaid Shaffer and the band have confirmed their accep-
Alligator Writer Public," Dennis said. to Flagg, said he supports the idea of tance,but because of the performers'ongoing contract
Clark said drugs and alcohol have the tax but won't decide on the bill untilit negotiations, Rosenberg said he could not disclose
Your next case of beer may cost 75 become a serious problem for Archer's comes out of committee. how much they will be paid.
cents more if the state Legislature adoptsan 1,400 residents. Glaeser said a tax bill should be filed Shaffer, who plays keyboards, will play remakes of
alcohol tax resolution passed Tuesdayby "We are a small community concerned with the Legislature this month. old tunes, pop music, blues, rock 'n' roll and songs
the Alachua County Commission.The over a lack of resources (to treat drug Commissioner George Dekle, who from his recent album, "Coast to Coast.
commission voted 4-1 and will addiction)," Clark said. "Crack cocaineis was the only dissenting vote, said he Stanley Jordan, often called "the world's greatest
forward its recommendation to the state so addictive that people are becoming voted against the recommendation be- guitarist," will perform earlier in the evening.
Legislature, which should discuss it by bolder to meet their needs.We have seen cause the issue was rushed before the
Jordan was the festival headliner for the Jackson-
the end of this month. an increase in crime.
commission and the raised
revenue ville Jazz Festival two At least four other
years ago.
Archer city commissioner Sam Clark "For every $1 spent on alcohol, $2 is would not filter to the local level. acts may be signed next month, he said.
told the commission the tax would raise spent on alcohol problems," he said.
Commissioner Leveda Brown agrees Celebration 1990 should be the largest event of the
about $65 million for and alcohol
drug
By recommending the tax the
county with Clark, the Archer commissioner, spring semester,Rosenberg said,featuring local,state
education and rehabilitation, but some
demonstrates its support for the tax to
and said alcohol and tobacco should be
and national artists. Events will highlight the visual
think tax isn't the solution.
a
its legislators in Tallahassee, Alachua "
subject to a "user fee. arts, Renaissance culture and music and dances from
Wendell Dennis, a sales manager for county spokesman Steve Russell said. .
around the world.
Roger Marls Distributing in Gainesville, Sen. George Kirkpatrick, D-Gainesville, "Alcohol and tobacco are the greatest
said he was caught otf-guard by the and Reps. David Flagg, D-Gainesville, creators of illness in our society,"Brown Activities will include an art show, fencing exhibi-
commission's recommendation and a tax and Sid Martin, D-Hawthorne represent said. "If the cost is high enough, people tions, a candlelight symphony and a film festival.The
on alcohol is not the answer to solving Alachua county. may not be able to afford it." jazz festival may draw people from all over the state,

abuse problems. Flagg supported a similar proposal last But Dennis said even if the tax causeda Rosenberg said.
The 25 cents (per case) would mean year in the Legislature, but the bill diedin 75 cent price-hike,beer sales would not The Bandshell holds 12,000 people, and we're
40 to 60 cents a case and maybe more a committee before legislators could be affected. hoping to fill it," he said.





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4.ALLIGATOR THURSDAY.JANUARY 11. 1990.



I ELSEWHERELithuanian IN r



rally demands freedomVILNIUS V TONIGUT

of
U.S.S.R. (UPI) Thousands of awaiting Gorbachev when he arrives Thursday in the
Lithuanians, carrying national flags and banners, ral- Lithuanian capital on a troubleshooting mission WOE M010EVERT
lied to demand independence from the Soviet Union decreed at a meeting of the Soviet Communist Party's
Wednesday, a day before Mikhail Gorbachev's Central Committee."Let .
scheduled trip to confront the Baltic republic's defiant him come here and see that all] of us want to
Communist Party.A leave the Soviet Union," said Eduardus Balsukas, 60,
sea of banners, posters and yellow, green and red a retired natural gas worker. "Let him see that it is AILIL SIC
vertically striped Lithuanian national] flags filled his- not just extremists but the entire Lithuanian people."
toric Cathedral] Square in the medieval city as about A Gorbachev aide in Moscow said he believed
25,000 people gathered to demand an end to a half- Gorbachev would leave Thursday on the trip to find a
century of Soviet rule. compromise with the Lithuanian Communist Party [ ) i
Vitautus Lansbergas, president of the Sajudis that declared itself an independent party Dec. 20. It ,
nationalist front, drew a roar from the crowd by was the first splintering of the Soviet party in 72 years. T.i i
declaring: "This year is starting off well. We will fight Sajudis was organizing an even larger rally for jTUUIth rKI. %
for many years if necessary but 1990 may be a decisive Thursday and appeared intent on turning Gorbachev'strip q
year in our history." into a larger showdown over the republic's aspirations
Lansbergas and other speakers were constantly for independence.When .
interrupted by the throng's chants of "Freedom, asked about possible security concerns in the
Freedom" and "Sajudis, Sajudis" and "Lithuania, charged atmosphere, an official] reception secretary in
Lithuania, Lithuania." Gorbachev's office, Vladimir Savitsky, said, T 1 hope
The demonstration was a harbinger of the welcome that the responsible comrades will be attentive."


. Ceausescu's final-orders transcript releasedBUCHAREST I drinks NIGHT.

Romania (UPI) Nicolae Ceausescu aware of the seriousness of the uprising in its early .
personally ordered security forces to shoot without stages and also appears to show his direct repson-
warning at pro-democracy demonstrators last monthin sibiliy for the order to fire on peaceful demonstrators.
the western city of Timisoara, a transcript of a "They must shoot without warning,"Ceausescu said
conversation between the former dictator and his top of troops confronting demonstrators in Timisoara.
generals showed Wednesday. "And for anyone who will not obey my orders the law /IS
Ceausescu warned his top military and security will be fully applied against them." 108 S. MAIN SiflEEi ( & OVER) 3111619mmmmmmm
officials during the telephone conversation a week Ceausescu ordered that Army and security troops,
before his ouster that troops who disobeyed hisorders as well as border guards, be mobilized and armed for
would be harshly punished.A combat, with instructions to use deadly force to stop
transcript of the Dec. 17 conference call was demonstrators from smashing windows or entering wommummummmSTUDENTS
published Wednesday by the Bucharest newspaper government property.
Adevarul, or 'The Truth,' which ceased publicationwhen "Don't wait for further orders from Bucharest," he
Ceausescu came to power in 1965 and resumed was quoted as saying. These important instructionsmust
printing this month. be followed by everyone. If there is anyone who ART
The transcript suggests the longtime dictator was doesn't do his duty report him immediately."

. Report details Iranian human rights violationsGENEVA I

(UPO) Documents giving details of An investigation team was to have flown to Tehran
torture, executions and mass graves in Iran were Wednesday but U.N. sources said the Iranian govern
presented Wednesday by Iranian resistance officialsto ment demanded a postponement to prevent a report
the head of a U.N. investigation into human rights being prepared in time for the Commission's annual
violations in Iran. session Jan. 29 to March 9. D
The eight documents named 653 prisons and "tor- Iran, meanwhile, said it executed another 31 people, Q
ture centers"in Iran and the identities of 1,786 persons including three women and four Afghan nationals,
accused by the resistance of being torturers. They after Islamic revolutionary courts convicted them of
gave the locations of 30 mass graves around Tehran trafficking in narcotic drugs.
and reprinted official Iranian reports on the executionof The official Islamic Republic News Agency of Iran O
1,200 prisoners in 1989. said 10 of those hanged were members of an interna- p /
Kazem Radjavi, a representative of the National tional ring of traffickers who had set up a distribution
Council of the Iranian Resistance, said the executionof network in the Middle East,mainly in Iran and Turkey. 0
political prisoners is often "camouflaged"by calling The latest execution brought to at least 1,294 the
them drug traffickers to avoid foreign condemnation.One total number of people Iran said were hanged for drug
document said there are about 110,000 political trafficking in Iran since January 1989, when Tehran's
prisoners in about half of the known prisons, meaningthat ruling clerics launched their latest campaign to stamp
the total must be substantially higher. out the illicit drug trade.

II Overdose of cocaine kills 6-month-old girl I

PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Homicide detectiveswere gave her the fatal] dose. He said authorities were
investigating the death of 6-month-old girl who awaiting tests to determine how the cocaine was
was poisoned by a large dose of cocaine that apparently administered to the child.
was given to her, a police spokesman said Wednes- The child was born dependent on cocaine in Juneat
day.Capt. Temple University Hospital. She was found dead
Richard DeLise said authorities were tryingto sitting in an infant seat at her aunt's house in the city's
determine the circumstances that led to the deathof East Germantown section.An .
Michaela Robinson of North Philadelphia. She died examination by the city Medical Examiner's
Dec. 23."We Office showed a substantial] amount of cocaine in the
are investigating it as a homicide,"DeLise said. child's body,as well as evidence of neglect and abuse,
"The Medical Examiner is still doing further DeLise said.
toxicological] tests." The city Department of Human Services has
DeLise said the amount of cocaine in the child's removed three other children from the custody of the
body was so large that authorities concluded someone baby's mother, Robin Howell, 31.
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1 WAR W THi BORN ON THE FOURTH which Mateu said he strongly ne-
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200.: ((5.15 0(2.50))) 100,10.30: : p.m.; said English senior
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11:45.(5:16: ( : $2.60)) 7.46.0.65 Geller."We did not get good
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ceived 20 seats to give away Eddie Murphy came preciative.
*************************************** of a promotional deal.SGP a few years ago and last Feb- "I could jump out of this seat and

get an undetermined ,country singer Randy Travis kill myself,"marketing junior Britt
floor seats, Mateu said. out the O'Connell Center,said Rothman said, complaining about
: January 15-19 : While many students DeLorenzo, the center's as- his seat. "I wouldn't have bought

box office complaining, director. But that concert these tickets except my girlfriend
dents did not mind the wait SGP-sponsored. really wants them."
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"It was worth it,"business for Jan. 27 at the O'Connell contributed to this report.
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stars such as Tom Petty and Bob Seger, died told The Alligator in 1983. "I party with the kids
Tuesday of an apparent heart attack. He was 58. and them much in line."
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, Thomas was owner of Dub's Steer Room,which
has hosted live rock 'n' roll and weekly mini-skirt Thomas also founded In-N-Out restaurants,
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HippWe I thou you were an animal
jr rights lctMst!,..

hope you've seen the stories and heard the radio
and TV reports about the fate of the Hippodrome State
Theatre. The Hipp is seriously in the red because its fund- 4

ing demands keep increasing while its funding sources
keep being cut back making it another victim of

bureaucratic shafting.The .
part of the tragedy that hits close to home for us
is the fact that if the Hipp closes, graduate students in
UPs theater department won't be able to have intern- .
ships with a professional theater. The next closest one J lN
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is in Sarasota, at least three hours away. It
Students in that college haven't started a fundraisingdrive
yet ("Everyone is still in shock," a professor and
director there said) and that bothers us. They try to
recruit students to attend plays at the Hipp but actually
raising money raises a technical question that could turn

against them. If they raise money, Student Government, WIWIAtuttaar
which funds the troupe of student actors called Florida smurtat
Players, would probably strip their funding next year
saying if they can raise money for others, they should be

able to don't raise want it for them themselves.We to be screwed. by SG so here's a I Politics isn't ,just a game, or is it? I

plea to everyone at UF and in Gainesville to go see the -
special advance showing of "The Mystery of Irma Vep" Geographically speaking, the average UF student
can't find Mexico on a map. Politically speaking, the so Robert Raulerson
tonight at the Hipp for $5. The action-packed play is a
average UF student can't find their own behind, using F
murder/mystery spoof with vampires and werewolves.Two .
both hands in a well-lighted room. AIR TO MAUDLINlated
actors play four parts each, and co-star Kevin Finding Mexico isn't important since nobody in
Rainsberger, who taught at UF last year, promises to bea their right mind wants to go there. Half the people in or driven mad by the Vietnam War were:
riot. Mexico are desperately seeking Texas. A. Upper-class: college Republican typesB.
Student tickets for regular performances are $6 while What you don't know about politics can hurt you, Blacks, Hispanics and poor-white rednecks like
however. In hopes of educating the UF and
masses,
the community to $18. But those tickets if thereare me.
pays up turning a buck for myself, I've invented a new
gameI
any left, go on sale 45 minutes before the show. You I call The Pursuit of Political Trivia, patent pending.I Answer Blacks, Hispanics and,crackers like me.I .
spend more than that on a greasy pizza and a lame rent-a- hope you'll go out and buy my new game and remember watching marine patrols moving out from
movie. And you can't touch a first-run movie for that if play it with your friends. It's a spiffy way to waste LZ Dottie at sundown and the only white face among
them would be the Lieutenant's.And he was probablya
you plan on bringing a friend and munching on popcorn. some time and you might learn something. redneck.

Gweneth West, a theater professor and director for the Here Question are some: Which sample of the questions: ultra-macho Question: If the American Government invades
following
,
Florida Players, insures that once you see a live perfor- super-patriotic, conservative Republicans never saw Nicaragua, UFs College Republicans will be found:
mance, nothing else quite matches up. combat in any of America's wars? A. In the front ranks, killing Commies for Christ!
We believe her. Students are always raising the roof at A. John WayneB. B.In UFLaw School,learning to be crooked lawyers
Constans Theater on campus and shows always seem per- Ronald ReaganC. who grow up to be corrupt politicians.
formed just for you. Jack KempD. Answer If these ole boys thought they stood a
Newton GingrichE. snowball's lead with a
chance in hell of swapping
The point is, if we don't help the Hipp, no one will. George F. Will Sandanista, they'd stop singing 'God Bless America'
And if no one helps, it will close. Gainesville is no New G. Dan F. QuayleH. and start whistling The Internationale.' I refer you to
York when it comes to culture and art but we do have a All of the above the writings of Christopher F. Buckley who's still
tradition of good music and theater. There are only four Answer: H, all of the above. The only thing these moaning about having "missed out" on Vietnam.
professional theaters in the state and the Hipp is one. guys ever shot off at Nazis or Commies was their big, I hope my new invention makes me rich enough
And it's nationally known enough to attract actors fat mouths. that I don't have to fight in Nicaragua. One war is
from cultural meccas such as New York. That means we Extra Credit: Which of the above mentioned flag enough. It might seem unfair that I only included
wavers never even served in the military? conservative trivia, but, like John F. Kennedy said,
get professional actors and professional performances.And Answer: John Wayne! "Life isn't fair.
that's a great place for our theater graduates to Question: The majority of Americans killed, mutiLETTERS Robert Raulerson is a senior In journalism.
study. Interning with the Gainesville Community
Playhouse is not the same. While they, too, put on plays I TO THE- EDITOR I

and are serious about their productions, the actors and UF should support depicted in so forthright a manneras to say.
staff are not professionals. They are Gainesville citizens to make one wonder if they One of" them mentioned that
who enjoy the theater and spend their spare time on or Indian displayEditor should be seen by the children they had requested permission of
behind the stage. visitors. the University to erect a factual
: As is the case with any emo- But as we have seen with other display describing the circumstances -
Our students aren't looking to dabble in theater, they tionally charged issue of our day, it minorities whose needs have only which shaped the attitude of
want to make a living through it. is difficult for the non-Native visitorto lately begun to be addressed by the American Indian toward those
the Florida Museum to see muchin society at large, much pain and a who came from the old world.It .
the excellent exhibit on the "dis- great deal of emotion lies beneath occurred to me that such a
alligator covery"of the new world by Colum- the surface of their views.A view would be appropriate at this
EdItorLucy bus that could be construed as major objection would complement
seems to be site. If well done, it
Chabot I objectionable to the Native that, appropriate or not, it is we, the display at the sociologicallevel
Managing Editor Opinions Editor American.In the descendants of their oppres- and bring credit to the univer-
no panel of the extremely well sors," who have made this statement sity as an Institution earnestly seek-
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton done project are the actions of We have not even asked for ing to display the many faces of
Letters Policy Europeans held to be creditable, their participation.As truth.I .
latter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (about yw frby-10 page). They should be desirable or justifiable. The cruel- I listened to the would like to see the University
typed, double-spaced and sfcned. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone ties committed by the Conquis- demonstrators after kind.
speak facilitate this
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. V you have any questions call tadors for my trip an effort of
the editorial page editor at 3764458.. example, are vividly through the Museum, I felt that JoMph F. Oennaro, Jr.
portrayed. Those by DeSoto are they do have something they need UF anatomy professor



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funny and entertaining TheY
look at a New York City ,
neighborhood on the hot- ,r
test day of the year. Sadly \ \
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decade figures are quite surprising,
best to date. Hollywood's for many titles proved far stronger than
sex, lies, and videotape As unconventional as its went out with a bang, as expected. Considering the quality of most
title, this intriguing look at intercourse between four 1989 became the of these movies, however, the shock value's
adults offers both a singular view of troubled highest
young 1989 down the
even greater. may go as most
2 lives and brilliant glimpses at our own behavior. grossing year in movie successful failed film year, as mediocrityran
Consisting entirely of conversations and confronta- Fueled main- rampant and public pandering reachednew
tions set against the simplest of set pieces, the film history. by proportions. Meanwhile,audiences ate
uses remarkably lean but provocative dialogue to stream attractions like it up and re-herded for more. Even worse,
reveal an exercise in economy that's simply profound. Batman and imaginable the overkill kept screens booked solid, allowing -
Bom on the Fourth of July Oliver Stone's returnto every only a select few alternative films to
Vietnam takes place mainly in North America, sequel from Indiana reach the crowds.Ending a decade that gave
following 12 years in the life of an American marine. Jones to Christmas Vaca- rise to the Indepen-
3 Like no film before it, this exhaustive character study dent films of John I
confronts the issue of troubled veterans and their placein tion, the nation's box of- Sayles, Jim Jarmusch j w i ,
post-war America, and boasts an outstanding pro- fice saw a staggering take and Spike Lee, and -
duction, stunning visuals and genuine acting from its maintained the Im-
of more than $5 billion -
star, Tom Cruise. port of countless for-
Heathers Perhaps the only high school black up half a billion from1988's eign masterpieces like
comedy, this wicked look at cliques and politics growsas all-time record. Ran, Das Boot and Au
increasingly dark as it does hilarious. Fronted by Revoir Les Infants, '89
4 Christian Slater's impression of a young Jack Nicholson What's more, six pictures brought only a hand- "-'
the film offers great work from a nearly unknowncast achieved blockbuster sta- ful of indies sex, ,
and look for co-lead Winona h
a stunning new lies, and videotape Do
Ryder. Inventive, intriguing and far off-beat, this is by tus by breaking the $100 the Right Thing, Roger Rosanna Vie Lessons.Arquette' and A

far the year's best comedy. million mark, includingthe & Me and just one
Crimes n4Mi.4emetlnor.Woody Allen may well foreign title that enjoyed wide release-The
be the only talent that can take a light look at love surprise hits Look Bear.
laced with great comic moments and balance it per- Who's and 'Wait'll load
Talking Honey, they get a of me'Though
5 fectly against a completely unrelated, tightly focused
tale of blackmail, guilt and murder. His result is IShrunktheKidsar\dafew the line belongs to Jack Nicholson -
unique,and is highlighted by gripping visuals,terrific films aimed at more ma- who hissed it memorably beneath his
performances and a brief but hilarious film-within-a- mask of white makeup, the remark well
ture audiences Parent- could have been made by anyone involved

film.The Fabulous Baker Boys-This story of two down- hood, Dead Poets' Society with the year's banner hit, Batman. The tale
on-their-luck brothers who hire a singer to spice up '" of the Dark Knight, preceded by an ava-
their lounge act is downbeat, jazzy and, above all, and When HarrtetMet t lanche of self-induced hype, dominated
6 mature. Jeff and Beau Bridges are marvelous as the Sally... topped screens this summer and took in an insane
brothers and Michelle Pfeiffer is being properly lauded )> $260 million. It now ranks as the fifth-high-
for her star-making turn as the call-girl turned singer. lion each. : ;5N grossing film in history, in the leagueTheAPPLAUSETopTen
Writer/director Steve I loves is a very promising tal-
ent.
Drugstore Cowboy-Cus Van Sant's lyrical, poetic 1.0 01.
depiction of drug addicts who cruise from drugstore
7 to drugstore to pilfer pills is strangely hypnotic. The
period details of the '70s are right on target and Matt
Dillon is marvelous as an addict who "likes the life-
style" but decides living on the lam isn't worth it.

Scandal Based on the true story of political sex
scandal in the'60s,this British drama carefully dissectsthe
S class system in England and the people who try to
break through it. John Hurt is painful and precise as
the socially climbing doctor who becomes a scapegoatfor
the government. 40w
The Little Mermaid Disney dismantles the age
barrier with its latest full-length animated feature -
a phenomenal achievement in sight, sound and story.
9 Though its fantasy premise is a bit far-fetched,Mermaid
creates an undersea world that mirrors our own, and
throws in breathtaking animation, superb vocal work
and unprecedented musical numbers.
Parenthood Nothing Ron Howard has ever done
is nearly as good as this movie. He captures the
10' triumphs and travails of large families by harnessing
a great ensemble cast headed by Steve Martin and
Diane Weist.There are sentimental,touching momentsto
be sure. But they are invariably followed by a caustic
remark or a bitingly funny situation just like life.
This list cannot include highly acclaimed, late-year ti
releases such as Roger &Me, Driving Miss Daisy,HenryV
My Left Foot or Glory since they have yet to be
released in Gainesville.


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London Howlln' Wolf SessionsAll whips'out'a couple) of them here ,suggesting Infinite experienceand
Original Chess Masters 4("Sittin(, on Top of the World":and almost as much wisdom. Wil-
re-releases on MCAA "Wang Dang Doodle") backed bya lIe Dixon covers ("Young
quick lesson in music marketing core band of Eric Clapton (lead Fashioned Ways," "I'm Ready")
Part 1: One thing I have to guitar), Hubert Sumlin (rhythm figure heavily here as on Wolf's
admire about the hippies is their guitar), Steve Winwood album, but the highlights are in
effort to appreciate music on its (piano/organ) and the Stones' Waters' own compositions: "Keyto
own terms, and one of the best rhythm section, Bill Wyman and the Highway" and "Who's
examples of this proclivity was a Charlie Watts. This was Wolf's Gonna Be Your Sweet Man When
revived interest in older rock and next-to-last album (a startling I'm Cone?" While Waters was initially -
blues artists in the late '60s and comeback, The Back Door Wolf known for minimal accom-
early '70s. Concert promoters, led came in 1973)) and he sings with paniment, he used bigger bandsin
by San Francisco's Bill Graham, iE tO COfI i3C) 1JE OIO v fire, covering five Willie Dixon later years; this one includes
co-billed\ artists like B. B. King songs, which provide some of the Steve Winwood (on three tunes
with the latest psychedelia, and high points: "I Ain't Super- only), keyboardist Ceorgie Fame,
the crowds ate it up. Chicago- 0R stitious," "Built for Comfort" and bassist Rick Crech (fresh out of
based Chess Records saw therein the menacingly peppy "Do the Blind Faith, like Winwood),
the potential to generate new in- Do." Dixon, incidentally, was a guitarists Sam Lawhorn and Rory
terest in some of their venerable session bassist, producer and Gallagher (the latter taking the
performers, and issued a series of songwriter for Chess, not to men- more hyper leads)and former Jimi
"London Sessions" albums, which tion a great solo artist in his own Hendrix Experience drummer
teamed highly marketable young, t right. Just ask Led Zeppelin, Mitch Mitchell But it's that damn
white British blues-rock musicians whom he successfully sued for voice you can't forget. Muddy
with their mentors. The equation mill turning his "You Need Love" intoa Waters went on to make several
proved successful, even if the un- 1;""., {1,.(.\\;.. li'l thing called "Whole Lotta more vital albums before his
derlying principle- young white example. The latest batch contains But once the needle hits these Love." death in 1983, but this one must
kids will buy old black music more four of the "London Sessions" albums platters, it's obvious who's doing Like Howlin' Wolf and Bo Did- have the dumbest cover art ever,
readily if their peers are playing it (plus the excellent Muddy the driving, and believe me, dley, Muddy Waters (aka Mc- a Peter Max swipe by one Sanford
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respect on Chess' part.A field/Mike Bloomfield/Duck road. Howlin' Wolfs album was tiny Mississippi town( to Chicago, a London bobby. You did know
quick lesson in music market- Dunn/Buddy Miles album Fathers recorded first (May 1970)), and of where he began his recordingcareer. that the Rolling Stones named
Ing, Part 2: One thing I have to and Sons, which has the same for- the four, he has faded most from Waters is generally themselves after Muddy's first
admire about the yuppies is that mat), MCA no doubt heartened by public memory (long-time Hog- credited as the man who Chess single, right?
they've made an effort to preservethe the knowledge that many of the town residents may recall the electrified the blues, and re-estab- In 1955, a young St. Louis
popular music of their collective formerly young, hip British dudes Wolf's appearance at the Creat lished the rough-hewn "down hairdresser named Chuck Berry
youth, and MCA's who provided back-up have Southern Music Hall shortly home blues" as a viable form in (aka Chuck Berry) came to
voluminous Original Chess reached "elder statesman" status before his death in 1976)). the 1950s. He's also considered the
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CONTINUED FROM EIGHTof Muddy Waters? Gee, no; the York, NY 10013 ($10 plus a couple-
horizon seems strangely absent of bucks postage). It's a no-nonsense 1

F 30% to 50% OFF rock'n' roll signalled the begin- that, unless he's the guy In look at the musicians and their
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ALL WINTER MERCHANDISE the blues, today the future of preciate Chuck Berry, Ray Char- anecdotes and some attempts to ,
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U2, Springsteen and other conveniently-located Bo Diddleynow in Chi-town. Know what cracks '

reverent young-white-guy super- while they can get somethingout me up the most? Numerous men-
stars, not to mention platinum- of your interest. Watch AP- tions of the lack of decent clubs to

proven Robert Cray, who will PLAUSE for news of Bo's upcom- play, result being that"houseparties" -
wield tremendous influence in the ing appearances In the area. were often the only recourse
'90s. I don't wanna beat anyoneover If you want to learn more about for musicians. I wonder if Muddy

the head with this, but the this music, a great place to start is Waters ever staggered up to a cop,
most important thing to rememberis Mike Rowe's Chicago Blues (Da beer in hand, and demanded

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January 15, is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a holiday for UF students, facul-
ty and staff. Classes have been cancelled, and all UF offices will be closed and parking TODAY
restrictions lifted. Libraries East and West and the Marston Science Library will be closed MUSIC CONVOCATION for faculty,
Sunday but from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday. The Law Library will be from
ty UF Informal and Publications) Services 355 open open students and friends of Department of Mu-
Tigert Hall and paid for at usual advertising rates to com 7:30: a.m. to 11:30: p.m. Monday, and the Health Science Center Library will be closed sic, 1:55: p.m., Room 120, Music Building.
mumcate official notices and important Information to Monday. The Student Health Service will be open from noon to 4 p.m. Monday. All "FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR THE IFAS
students, ( and stall Call 392 0186 to informal
faculty / regular schedules will resume Tuesday. CENTER FOR NATURAL RESOURCES,"
Several activities have been planned to commemorate the slain civil rights leader's seminar sponsored by the Forestry! De-
birthday. The fourth annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Awards Celebration, sponsoredby partment, with Roy Carriker, Center's
UF's Black Graduate Student Organization, in association with the Pivision of Stu- associate director, 4 p.m., 112
Computer Seminars dent Affairs, will be Friday at 7 p.m. at University Centre Hotel. Bruce Haire, associate Newins-Ziegler.
professor of sociology at the State University of New York at Stonybrdok, will speakon FRIDAY
Planned For "A History of Pride..A Future of Promise. For informationjabout/ the awards celebra-
tion, call Russell Benjamin at 373-8993 or Vonda Shands-Mbntas at 373-9836. 25TH ANNUAL ART FACULTY EXHIBITION
Gubernatorial candidate and former federal judge Alcee Hastings will deliver the keynote features works of 21 UF art
USPS EmployeesThe address at a commemorative ceremony at noon Monday on the front steps of Tigert Hall. faculty, opens with 8.m. reception in
Music will be provided by the University Gospel Choir and University Lutheran Quartet. University Gallery, 13th St. Con-
Faculty Support Center for Com. The ceremony co-sponsored by UF's Institute for Black Culture and Campus Ministries tinues through Feb. 11, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
puting, located at 2215 Turlington Hall, is Cooperative, will be followed by a march to the downtown King memorial. weekdays, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.
offering spring-term computer seminarsfor GRADUATE CERAMICS & SCULPTURE

USPS employees. USPS registrationforms Brannon Poston Are New Assistant EXHIBIT features work of six
for the hands-on lessons have been Department of Art graduate students,
sent to each department, including instructions with 8 p.m. reception in Focus
for establishing an encumbrance Gallery, 302 Fine Arts Building C. Con-
Is
VP's Bassett Permanent DirectorThree
to cover costs. Reservations are not : tinues through Jan. 31, 8 to 11:45: a.m. and

acce Macintosh for USPS seminars.The administrators in UFs Office of De- Health Science Center; joined UF's devel- 1 PHOTOJOURNALISM: EXHIBITION. by
classroom is located in 521 and Alumni staff in 1983 director of Health
velopment AffairsStephenBrannon opment as
and white
Eric Breitenbach, displays black
Weil Hall. January and February seminarsare Michael Poston and Melda Science Center Development and Alumni of
listed capturing the struggles
belowINTRODUCTION: The Of- Relations. Poston UF from photographs
Bassett-were recently promoted. came to Or- Latin American and Caribbean immigrantsin
TO IBM PERSONAL fice of Development and Alumni Affairs, lando, where he was capital campaigns Florida, at Grinter Galleries
COMPUTER-Jan. 18, 1 to 3 p.mUSING under the direction of Vice President Robert director at Orlando Regional Medical Center Continues opens through today Feb. 16, 9 a.m. to 3

DOS-FUNDAMENTALS-Jan. R. Lindgren, is responsible for encouraging He also was formerly director of de- weekdays, 1 to.4 p.m. Sundays. p.m.
26, 9:35: to 11:30: a.mUSING private giving to the University. velopment at University Hospitals of FUROSHIKI EXHIBITION, by New
Brannon has been appointed assistant Cleveland, Ohio.
DOS-MANAGING DISK York-based artist Hitoshi Ujue, an en-
vice president for development, after serv- Bassett has been named di-
STORAGE-Feb 12, 9:35: to 11:30: a.mUSING permanent vironmental work in fabric opens with ar-
dean for( and rector for at the Institute of
ing as assistant development development tist's discussion of work at 7 in Col-
WORDPERFECT 0-Section 1: alumni affairs and director for college programs Food and Agricultural Sciences. At UF of Architecture p.m.Continues
Lesson 1, Jan.22, 1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson in the College of Law Brannon since 1981, Bassett previously served as interim lege Gallery.
2, Jan. 24, 1 to 3 p.m.; Section 2: Lesson came to UF in 1987 from Scarritt Graduate development director for IFAS. Priorto through Jan.. 31, 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.

1, Feb. 6,1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson 2, Feb. School, Nashville, Tenn., where he was coming to UF she served as coordinatorfor
8,1to3p.m. executive vice president. Prior to joining College Relations and Director of SATURDAY
ADVANCED WORDPERFECT SO-Sechon Scarritt, he served as college and university Alumnae Affairs for Brenau College, VISITING ARTIST RECITAL by Miami
1: Lesson 1, Jan. 29, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and fund-raising counsel at Ketchum, Inc., Gainesville, Ga, and coordinator of de- Dade Community College musicians, cellist
Lesson 2, Jan. 31, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m.; Sec Pittsburgh, Pa. velopment and alumni affairs for Florida Linda Byrd and pianist Linda Bustamante,
tion 2: Lesson 1, Feb. 20, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., Poston, who has been appointed assistant Atlantic University, Boca Raton. 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.
and Lesson 2, Feb. 22, 9:35: to 11:30: a.mUSING vice president for development at the SUNDAY"INTENTCONTENT

LOTUS 1-2-3-Section 1: Lesson / : CONTEMPO-
1, Jan. 29, 1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson 2, Jan. RARY DOCUMENTARY PHOTOGRAPHY -
31, 1 to 3 p.m. Scholarships For Foreign Study ," lecture by photojournalist Eric

LOTUS ADDITIONAL WORKSHEET Breitenbach, 2 p.m., 103 Fine Arts

SKilLS-Section: Lesson 1, Feb. 14,935: Available 1990 Applications DueStudents Building B.
to 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, Feb. 16, 9:35to : ; TUESDAY
11:30: a.m.LOTUS .
interested in studying abroadin mum 3.0 GPA and a detailed research project QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE MEETING
GRAPHICS-Feb. 5, 9:35: to 1990 should apply now for four scholar- proposal.The award is commensurateto to discuss life at UF for black and
11:30: a.m. ships offered by the Center for Interna- a graduate( assistant salary with a cost- Hispanic students, 3:30: p.m., 202 Tigert.

USING dBASEIV-Sectionl: Lesson 1, tional Student and Faculty Exchanges. To of-living factor. Application deadline is "CALENDARS OF THE COAST: READING
Jan. 30, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m., and Lesson 2, be eligible for three of the awards, students Feb. 20. CLIMATE AND GROWTH REC-
Feb. 1, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. must be a U.S. resident, demonstrate financial For applications and more informationon ORDS FROM MOLLUSK SHELLS," lec-

INTRODUCTION TO SAS/PC-Section/ need, be a sophomore, junior or the study abroad scholarships, contact ture by Douglas S. Jones, Florida Museumof
1: Lesson 1, Feb. 7 9:35: to 11:30amand senior and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Diana Lopez, 168 Grinter Hall, 392-4904. Natural History's Division of Natural

Lesson 2, Feb. 9, 9:35: to 11:30: a.m. Monday is Ambassador deadline for Science, 3:45: p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
the Innsbruck Award, which
INTRODUCTION TO THE MACIN- has a $2,000 stipend.. January 23 is the Science Library BRASS RING, professional brass quintet -
TOSH-Jan. 26, 1 to 3 p.m. deadline for both the International Merit 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium
MACINTOSH GRAPHICS-Section 1: Award and the Patricia B. Rambo Memorial Tours Offered Tickets available at University Box Officein
Lesson 1, Jan. 17 1 to 3 p.m., and Lesson Minority/Needy/ Study Abroad SChol- Reitz Student Union, 10:30: a.m. to 6

2, Jan. 19, 1 to 3 p.m. arship, a special award open to minority Today Next WeekThe p.m. weekdays.
MACINTOSH MICROSOFT WORD students who meet the above criteria. ,

40-Section 1: Lesson 1, Feb. 19, 1 to 3 Both awards have a $3,000 stipend. Marston Science Library will offer
p.m., and Lesson 2, Feb. 21, 1 to 3 p.m. The fourth award, for graduate students free tours and instruction in the use ofLUIS Prepaid Tuition Program
i fluent in German, is for an assignment to (Library Users Information Service), \
assist English teachers at an Austrian high the online library catalog, today and next Deadline Is Friday
;i Intramural Basketball school or a scholarship from the Austrian week. The tours, which last about 45 min-
Ministry of Science and Research. Appli- utes, start at 10 a.m. on Wednesday and Friday is the deadline for state employees -
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Thursday in the second floor lobby area lege Program for 1990. The program al-
for men's intramural ,
sign-up procedures _11p 0\ 911 near the library entrance. lows parents to save money by investingnow
basketball in effect this Jr it-
are semester pp- Librarians with specific subject expertiseare in their children's future college education
Team captains must report to available for group and class presen- in the State University System.
Room 214 of the Florida
Gym today UNIVERSITYUPDATE tations. The library will conduct work- A payroll deduction plan is available.
through Tuesday to select team schedules.A c shops and seminars throughout the se- To apply for the program, contact the
mandatory captains' meeting will be mester on beginning a thesis or dissertation administrator at Florida Prepaid -
held Jan. 16, at 7 locationto
Tuesday
p.m.
and other topiCS. College Program P.O. Box 45059,
be announced. Any team not having a 5:30: p.m. WRUF-AM 850 For more information or to arrange a Jacksonville, Fla. 32232-5509, phone
the will lose
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withtitles like E. T. and Star Wars, and crashed and burned as fantasy intruded and four movies, and directors carried in multi- almost entirely responsible for Do the Right

thanks to a quick video release just in overshadowed every trace of humor. Allen ple films as well. Among them actors Thing, showed his School Daze critics he's

time for Christmas -it has surpassed E. T. was quick to cover his tracks, however, for Nick Nolte (Three Fugitives, Life Lessons, not to be taken lightly.

as the world's best-selling tape. the unqualified failure of this career excur- Farewell to the King); Rick Moranis Early forecast

Given this overblown success, Batman sion was followed later in the year by the (Ghostbusters II, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Though Oscar nominations are still a .

best represents the year in film, for its only heralded release of his full-length feature Parenthood); Olympia Dukakis (Look Who's month away, it seems this year's race will

merit lies in the masterful creation of Crimes and Misdemeanors. Talking, Dad, Steel Magnolias); and Morgan be traditionally predictable. Awards from

Gotham City. Beyond the art direction, the Mr. Soderbergh goes to Freeman (Lean on Me, Johnny Handsome, both the New York Film Critics Circle and

film boasts awkward relationships,a throw- HollywoodThe Glory, Driving Miss Daisy), and directors the Los Angeles Film Critics Association are

away romance and a slew of scattered gim- Steven Spielberg (Indiana Jones and the Last In, as are the National Board of Review's

micks-elements which rate it only slightly success story of Steven Soderbergh is Crusade, Always); Woody Allen (Oedipus winners and the nominees for the Golden
than random Bond film. perhaps the screen iuccess story of the de- Wrecks Crimes and Misdemeanors Susan
higher. any James ); Globe Awards. Though there's no general
cade.Over an eight-day drive to California, Seidelman Cookie She-Devil and G.
Stories from ( ); John consensus-best picture awards have goneto
New York's the 26-year old Baton Rouge filmmaker Alvidsen (Lean on Me, The Karate Kid III). Do the Right Thing, My Left Foot and
finest wrote a script called sex, lies, and videotape.
Driving Miss Daisy,respectively-it'sa safe
The Year's
greatestdisappointment After securing funds for the $1.2 million
More importantly, several artists over-
bet that the Academy's Best Picture nominees -
hap- independent production, he returned to
when came their questionable career paths and will be Born on the Fourth of July' Crimes
pened early on,
Baton Rouge and shot the picture.
established themselves solid talents.
Touchstone releasedthe as and Misdemeanors, Do the Right Thing, Glory
awaited Five months later, the film debuted at the Andie MacDowell, last seen in a small role and either Driving Miss Daisy or My Left

New anxiously York Stories. This U.S. Film Festival in Utah, was voted Most in 1985's St. Elmo's Fire, won resounding Foot. Possible longshots Field of Dreams

collection of Popular Film and sparked a distribution praise for her work in sex,lies,and videotape; and sex, lies, and videotape. Look for Tom
promising bidding war between nine Hollywood com- Al Pacino returned from a virtual six-year
short films from three Cruise,Daniel Day-Lewis(My Left Foot) andi
of the world's panies. Pairing up with Miramax Films, acting hiatus to a Morgan Freeman

''ck Nplte in miere directors- Martin pre-- Soderbergh displayed his work at the warm reception for (Driving Miss Daisy) in
Cannes Film Festival this spring and Sea of Love; and Tom
| Scorsese Francis the Best Actor cate-
brought home the Palme d'Or. Cruise finally
and Allen died may gory, with possible
Coppola Woody quickly :
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audiences and critics left '. guess companions Jack
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sons, provided a great first J Jwi Jmprgaslj; / I ) obligatory per-
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Ro anna aiy&bp'was lost ( (dollar-for-dollar) $24 million. more, director Williams (Dead Poets'
Arquette asCctopola's i
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Life ( unfolded Andie MacDowell James lies
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expert! be remembered best for the prolific
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By Michael GlitzIt fluencedNeneh I whole point of tween. They change beats and

Cherry Top Ten lists rhythms at a speed that makes
was a for movies, x
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poor and Soul II anyway. even the MTV generation's head
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game
of music country, jazz,
pop outfit that had Torch and show concept that frames the
Broadway, soul and especiallyrap.
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1 vay "Keep On. artist Lang. better. Lead
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sexual prowess bragging Movin' and "Back To Life." She once claimed to be the rein- ,Shane MacGowan is still the
% about who was the best rapper. The mood of consciousness- carnation of Cline and
VNN Patsy focal point, but a greater num-
metal it also seemedto
Like heavy raising even spread to main- anyone who has heard her sing ber of the lads join in on writingand

be dominated by misogynist, stream artists like Janet Jacksonand would be hard pressed to dis- vocal duties. TraditionalIrish

racist and homophobic songs the Neville Brothers. agree. The album mixes terrific ballads stand side by side

and artists. originals with achingly good with political tirades and alco-
All that changed in 1989. The The following are 10 of the cover versions of classic tunes, hol-soaked reveries. World-

militancy of Public Enemy was best albums of'89 a difficult proving that Lang will be class music.

replaced with a rush of artists choice since the 10 runnersupwould around for a long time to come.
that capitalized on innovative make an excellent list ina Mandy Patinkin/M* rfyPatinkin

of less-fruitful De La Soul/3 Feet and -Patinkin is a Broad-
I sampling to spread a message year. They are High
positivity. Excellent albums listed in order of preference,but Rising What makes these rap- way star who has appeared in

J were released by the Jungle the distinction is a minor one. If pers so exciting is their furious numerous musicals, including

Brothers, Kool Moe Dee, the anything here piques your inter- mix of samples taken from

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Sunday In The Park With George. major star is one of the great mys- Rickie Lee Jones / Flying nastiest attacks on Margaret Lou Reed/New/ York-The best

He's a prodigious talent and this teries of the '80s. Cowboys She's slow, but the Thatcher (or anyone) ever re- solo album yet from the former

collection of show tunes and stan- Bob Dylan/Oh Mercy Dylanhas wait is worth it. These songs are corded. Considering the hate she head of the Velvet Underground.With .

dards is the best of its kind since been very consistent duringthe more open and emotional than inspires among liberal British art- two guitars, drums,bass anda

Barbra Streisand's The Broadway last decade. Whenever he those found on The Magazine and ists, that is saying quite a lot. Spike clutch of great songs, Reed takesan

Album. Patinkin rips into songs wrote his own songs, the results producer Walter Becker of Steely proves again that Costello is one angry, topical look at the world
like "Pennies From Heaven" and were terrific. The last time that Dan has framed them in some of of the best lyricists around. around him. Bracingly good, New
"Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" the most and set- York lives to its title.
happened was Empire Burlesque, a propulsive jazzy Philip Class/1000/ Airplanes On actually up
with overwhelming Intensity. good set of tunes marred by over- tings Jones has enjoyed yet. That The Roof-Yet another piece from The very noteworthy runners-

Only once" on "Me and My production. Before that was the quirky, marvelous voice is also in the prolific composer. Best known up are Anything GoesNew studio
Shadow does he
seem over exceptional Infidels. After a mish- great shape. Jones sounds relaxed for his operas, the side projects of recording conducted by John Mc-
wrought. The rest is sheer great mash of live albums and ragged and playful and her confidence Glass can occasionally be just rehashes Clinn, Beastie Boys/Ptlwl'. Bou-

ness. covers of other people's songs shines through. of previous themes, such as tique, Various Artists/Brazil

Chris link/Heart/ Shaped comes another great album. It's Elvis Costello/Spike/ < -The best his flaccid score for Powaqatsi. But Classics Volume I and 11, Frank

World-He looks like James Dean aided greatly by the marvelous song Costello has recorded in a this chamber opera stands quite Morgan/Mood Indigo, The Neville

and sings like a cross between touches of producer Daniel while is his duet with Paul McC- firmly on its own by spicing up his Brothers/Yellow/ Moon, The Pixies -

Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison. Lanois. "Most of the Time" and artney, "You Want Her Too." familiar, repetitive style with /DooliUle,Soul II Soul/Keep On

Yes, he's that good, and this is his "Political World" rank with his That's on Paul's album, but Spikeis more choral music than Glass has Movin', XTC/Oranges end Lemons

third excellent album of clean,pre- very best and the rest are almost no slouch either. It is filled with used before. Ominous and involv- and Neil Young/Freedom.'












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AMERICANBob HEALTHThe ITALIAN 0 MEXICANAshley's SEAFOODPurple


Evans Club Cafe Manaro'sSince Mexican and Porpoise

Serving a complete breakfast, lunch & I Gainesville's healthy alternative. Generous 1955. "Some things never change. American RestaurantButler Oyster Pub
dinner breakfast portions prepared with an emphasis taste and our
menu. Weekday spe- fortunately your good Plaza 375-4064. 1728 W.Univ.Ave.Happy Hour47pmMF.
low cholesterol & low salt & Jumbo Margaritas -
cials 2.95. You have on delicious Italian food.
won't
to consistently .
just go Oyster Happy Hour 2-4pm daily
fiber. All foods oil are our Specialty! Open 7 days a
free.
home to get home cooking'! Located off high are Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm. and 7-close Monday Night. Drink -
Choose from a variety of muffins, bagels i week. Monday thru Saturday 11 am- specials
Archer Rd. near 1-75, behind the Motel Gainesville most popular Italian Res- night.Lunch llam-
salads, I 1:15: am and Sunday from 1 pm-1015: every specials
6 Open 6 am to 10 pm Sun Th, and 6 soups pasta potatoes taurant for over 30 yean. Casual attire 2pm. Thursday 8-10 Coors Light 25e
sandwiches, fresh fruits, yogurt, gra- pm. Happy Hour daily 11 am-6 pm.
am to 11.30pm: Fri & Sat. welcome. Fresh dishes daily including and$2.00 pitchers.
nola & smoothies. Try our new grilled chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & home- DAILY SPECIALS: Monday Long Is.
Iced Tea Jumbos$4.95,Tuesday Sex
chicken or vegeburger sandwiches. made desserts at affordable prices. on
Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Cocktails, fine wines and beer avail- the Beach Jumbos $4.95, Wednesday
Hometown Restaurant Mon-Sun. Inside the G'ville Health & able. Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Jumbo Margaritas $4.25, Thursday all THAITim's
Complete breakfasts from$1.55,create- Fitness Center. Westgate Regency 377- ( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 HawthorneRd. Import Beers 99t, Fajita Combo Dinnerfor
2 only $7.95 on Monday and Tues-
your-own omelettes only $3.25! Bis- 4955. (SR 20)) DirectionsReservationscall Thai RestaurantBrings
day.We accept VISA and MasterCard.
cuits, Muffins, Cinnamon Biscuits 372-4690.
you the "Best Blend of the Ori-
baked fresh from scratch every morning ent." Mon-Sat dosed
Open Sun.Visa,
For lunch, we feature the best sal- ITALIANLeonardo's El Toro MC AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-
ads in town, along with burgers,hot & Mexican Restaurant 5424.the .
cold sandwiches, and homemade
soups It chili. Ask your friends, we're 706 1723 SW 13th SI
the best value in town! Open 7 days a Discover California & Chicago Style Great Mexican Food 7 Days
week.Now serving Homestyle Dinners Pizzas: Shrimp & Pesto, Thai Chicken, No Brag-Just Fact.
from 4:30: 9 pm M-Sat!. 1218 N. Main. Cajun Shrimp and Lox Lover.
G'ville Shopping Center. 3712106.Snuffy's Gorgonzola Alfredo,Lasagna,Seafood
Pasta. Homemade Desserts, Espresso,
Cappuccino and a Great Wine List.
Mark Newman Chef. Open 5-10 pm
Restaurantand S-Th and 5-11 Fri & Sat. 378-2001 706
Market Street Pub
W University Ave.
Lounge Fine handcrafted meats & sausages,
1017 W. University Ave. 376-8899. imported beer In a jovial English Pub
Caribbean pub atmosphere with gour- For atmosphere. Located downtown 120
met burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, InformationRegarding II SW 1st Ave.3712927.Murphy's .
II
II
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand- IIII!
wiches, and New England clam chow-
der. Relax and enjoy your favorite Out On The Town, Pub
cocktail In our casually elegant lounge. Contact 0 0 Deli sandwiches & ice cold beer.
Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: amMidnight.Fri Lynn Spinello Daily Specials w
( &Sat), 11.30: am-2 am. (Sun),6 pm- 376-4482 Billiards, Darts & Video games. Mon-
, 11 pm. Happy Hour 3-7 pm. MC, Visa day-Saturday llam-lam.Sunday 1pm-
& Am. X. 10pm. 5112 NW 34th St. 372-4751
across from the YMCA pool.


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RENT: FOR RENT: FURN.Oak FOR RENT: UNFURN.Colonial FOR RENT: UNFURN. SUBLEASE: HSEAPTSublet


1 FURNISHED Brook Walk, micro, dishwasher, Oaks 2bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse, A spacIous 2000 sq ft. 3 or 4 bdr 2ba, pool 2bdr apt. till July $310/mo & util

wash/dry, iublse, fantastic buy, 2mo & $325, wash/dry hook up, dishwasher house 11/2 mi. West of UF. 2816 W Unlv Pompay Apts, 375.5280. 1.10.3.4
dep tree $210/mo. Call collect Troy 385- close to UF, 4221.A SW 21 PI. 3763133 Ave. $650/mo. Appt only 376.6183 or 374
3737 or James 335.6627, 1 1.175.1Mature 1 1 1.31.172Large 5430 1.16.5.2Studio Wanted Rmmt to sublet apt behind Nor.
$U5/mo/ utillncl. 3 blks to UF Private .
man Hall $1 75/mo. & 1/2 util 371 7525 or
entrance single rm. eff cntl. ht. Cooking,
parking. Upperclass or grad. 372-1862, N/S female, own room In a house, 4bdrm house, carport fenced yard, Apt walk to UF campus, nice, safe 1 18002260502. 11754
375.1728. ,., 2-5.1 pool, kitchen, 1 1/2 mile to OF Rent central a/c, $395, 237 SW 4 Ave. 372- neighborhood, utilities Included. Hurry,
$175/mo. & utilities. Call 374.5430 or 376- 6172. 1 1.31.17.2 won'I last long. $265/mo./ 371.2322 Lv. Quiet townhouse 2bdr/1 ba w/d hookup
6183. 1.12.3.1Perfect Msg. 11242 appliances cent h/a 2307 SW 32 PI 118
STUDENTS only a 1 br all utils $200 anda
WOOD FLOORS 2 bd, three blocks N of $330 negot. Call 373.3219 close to
2 All
1 br water only $185 br $250 closeto
campus 373-4593 24 hrs or 374.6934 lor grad student I bdr apt In older UF 329 NW 17 St, very nice. Office: 411 Large 4bed/2bath/ home 2mi from UF, covered Shands/va 11754 ..
107. 1.12.5.1 home, central heat/air, olfstreet parking 2 NW 15 St. 371.0769. 1 1.12-5.2 carport, big yard, trees, No pets. Xtra
blks to campus, $225 & util 378.1292. large rec. room with giant brick fireplace, Sublet Rockwood Villas. Own bedrm and

Share 2BR/2Ba Condo, $200 & util! Mo. 1 1.16.4. STUDIO walk to UF $225 water pd. 1829 $650 per mo. Lease, deposits 378.2018. bathrm $200 plus 1/3 utils 335.4914.

Cent. H & A, Washer, Etc..Lge backyard, NW 2 Ave. by O.Dome. Mgt. 411 NW 15 1232, 1.17.5.1 1
Large efficiency Apartment furnished, private St. 3710769. 1125.2
convenient to center call 338-
shop ,
quiet 0883. 1.12.S-1 entrance, bathtub and shower and Block from UFo Large Rooms utilities paid, Sublet 1bdrm apt till Aug, $220/mon/
parking call 372.2582 utilities partly fur 2 homes for rent Cox Cable, nice. Call Greg 376-3291 hardwood firs, upstairs, very close to UF,
ROOM FOR RENTin mshed 1 11631. 2 bdrm fireplace or 2 story wcentral/ $1 225/mo rent 1 1.26.1 11 I .2 very clean, low bills $200 sec.nego Call

3 bdrm condo In Casablanca heat & air, $385/mo., 373.5018. Walk to 378-1929. 1 1.18.5.4

5 minutes from $200/mo. ft 1/3 FOR RENT UF 1 1125.2 Bicycle Club
campus : .
Move In Special Apt aval. own bdr/ba mcl wash/dry/
utilities. 377 6870 M or F. 1.12.5.1Immediately 1
2 4 BD 2 BTH HOUSE BY UF soup' on us Lakewood Villas, $240/mo Jan, Feb .
UNFURNISHEDWalk 201 NW 10 St. Wood floors, cent. heat/air/ 2br/2b dep free Call 336.1267 or 373.4129 ask
n/s F to sublet for
seeking carport. Mgt. 411 NW 15 St. 371.0769, great roommate floor plan for Dylan. 1.I 18.5.4
Spring & summer, completely turn,
.
to Santa FE CC I BDR $270 $280. amenitiescall
2bdr/2ba apt. at Oakbrook, sacrifice. 2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 3 Large br 2 bath house for great details 377-2220 Sublet 2 bdr/2ba turn apt. close to UF.
$150/mo. Collect 9047887732. 1 12-5-1 Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. $450/month./ 710 NW 54th Terr 1 1.31.14.2 perfect for student $175/mo/ 1/4 utih

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 4.30.75- Large fenced yard near Oaks Mall. tei 373.1112' 1-18.5.4
Call 481-2166, 372 8404 for 2br apt, near
376.0831 after 6:30 pm/weekends./ 1.1 10. Room for rent: Grad Student looking for
campus, nice neighbors, parking (srs, jrs, Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet
3JA quiet N/S person to share a comfortable3bdr 5 ROOMMATES
students Prlv available
grad ) no pets rm washer/dryer available In most units for
hOuse. wash/dry, micro etc $180/mo
now. 1.12.4.1New $15 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B.28. 1 & 2 Bath .
clean one bdrm, upstairs apt, close to + 1/2 util 372 8391 1.16.3.2TOWNHOUSES
$250.$350, sec & Imr 372.6422. 4.30. UF, l90/mo & deposit & lease. No dogs. UNBELIEVABLEWe
furn 2br 2ba condo /
wash/dry security
752 724. NW 3 Ave 4959024. 1125.2 put roommates at your fingertips We
locks, pool, tennis, racquet ball,
2 Bedroom/ 1/2/ BathPoolILeundry can help you find that Ideal roommate
$475/mo.. Call collect 4078764207. 1- GRAD STUDENTS ONE BIK FROM 3 br apt $300/month plus utilities on bus / FAST. Gator Rental Finders. UF Plaza.
24 10 1 UNIV. One Bedroom One Bath $275/mo. .
line 1930 N.E. Waldo Rd. 376 0831 after 1 Block to UFShandsWILLIAMSBURG/ 336.9349.12.5.5
Call Kevin 376.5242 9.5pm. 1-1032 6:30: pm/weekends 1-10.3.2
House for N/S serious female bedroom APTS.
own Fully furnished twnhse, $257 & 1/2 util,
2000 SW 16th St. *** 376 1253
$200/mo Including utll. a/c, phone, 2 BR, 1 BATH KIT., LR 1 BLK to UF .
One Bedroom $235 Month MOUNT VERNON APTS. F N/S, own bed, 1 1/2 bth clean & responsible
laundry, safe area, 15mn bike. Call 378 $360/mo,2 pers. max.. I ist/lastmo. dep.. Two Bedroom $295. Month 1 & 2 Bedroom no pets, in Williamsburg. Call
3114 eves 1.17.4.1Apt 1910 NW 1st Ave. PH. 591.1410/ 622- Furnished Add $75 Month Available Now Pam 3351358. 1 1-12.5.5

4257 J.B. Walkup, now avail. 1-1252 501 NW 5th Ave. 371.1470
2370 SW Archer Rd *** 372-5389
for rent Treehouse Village own 1252, WINDMEADOWS Own room in furnished N.W. house; w/d;
bdr/ba, wash/dry, dishwasher, free bus STUDENTS only a' BR all utils. $200 and new appliances. Want n/s clean, reap
1,2& 3 Bedroom Apt.
pass to UF/Santa/ Fe, $200/mo. 3778034. a 1 BR water only $185 2 BR $250 all Take over lease nice condo across Law PoolTennisLaundryClotetoUFShands/ female grad stud. $270 & 1/2 utilities/
1.17.5.1F 1 close to campus 373.4S93 24 hrs. or 374 School / 3737097. 11255

N/S/ own bdr/ba to share 2bdr Town 6934 107. 1.12.5.2 2 bed. remodeled, urgent. 3749609. 1. 2712 SW 34th St. **373.3558
F bdr
1252 1 1.16.5.2Luxury Nonsmk grad student own room, 3
house Rockwood Villas. Washer, dryer Oakridge 2 bdr, remodeled kitchens, carpet house block from Shands, fireplace, vcr,

335.4390. 1175.1 ceiling fans & money saving heat living In Rockwood Villas. 3BR/3BA microwave $175/mo. 371.2569. 1125.5
pumps, $295, 1120NW45Ave. 3723783. FREERental
.
with washer dryer in unit, security system
Lease Assumption 2bdrm 1 1/2 bth townhouse -
Room House Cent
& Bath in NE N/S
Service. All Info large closets, across from pool. Only $675
Finding ,
Mt. Vernon furn/unf/ $510/$495 a
for
Arlington Square Apts. the serious ht/ac lease. $195/mo/ A 1/2
wash/dry, no
videos and FAST, We Key Management 372 3060 1 1.11.1.2
floorplans, more,
month $100 off AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY
security student or professional, next to the Hippo util, Call Dave after 6pm at 378.4698. 1 1.
live free to Feb. Tony 375 drome, Ibdr from $365, 2bdr from $500, can help you find that perfect place to live.
6346. 11751' uptown living..downtown! 3789682. 1. Gator Rental Finders UF Plaza. 338- 2 BR upstairs apt In Phoenix, hook,ups, N/S F to share 3bdr/2ba home wmom &
.
9349 11252 dishasher, mini's, carpet. Super deal includes
child in NW. $180mo.2/ util 371
---- pest control, yard maint, trash pickup 9614. 1.12.5.5
$300 Key Management 372-3060.

WALT: If F-1-01111'''S nO OJVOTE9. ByOoyteftStemeckr I ,., 1.1-2 MOONSTRUCKDisordered

Quiet flat off SW 34 St. 2 BR with skylight,
In mind affectedby
inside utility room, nice carpet, drapes, supposedly
dishwasher. Small pel OK. $350 Key Man the influence of the moon, crazed, lunatic
dazed. 1.1035ROCKWOOD
,
NlOffii agement 372.3060. 1 1.11.1.2
NOW 'MtN, WHKBwe NNOOT9910N
? CHLWCHV? NO'fC9.NCff:9. NOM MOBILE HOMES: M/F N/S to share luxurious
NOC9. 3br/3ba condo. Own rm/ba/

3 FOR RENT/SALE $245/mo. & 1/3 util

335.9124 or 305.971.8686.

IhIU I IC Near UF lots for rent, long term RVs 1.1255Polo

N I 140mo. Nice MH rentals, resales, 378
y 9291 Arredondo Farms Mobile Home 's M or F own bed/bath A 1/2 util

Park. 1-1993 $300 negotiable. Wsh/dry fully furn, inC.
off offdr bdr. Call 335.7255. 1 1125.5

1984 Skyline 14 X 60, 2bdr/2ba, cathedral
1 C : ceilings w/ fans, Island kitchen, etc. Appraised Roommate Wanted: N/S, young prof. or
at $12000 must sell $8500 neg grad student. Call 3761341. 1.12.5.5

100% financing avail. Susan 392-7118,
481'-2730. 11233 Free rent for Januaryl! Live way cool at
Oak Forest for only $150. Own bedroomand

Best buy I 2bdr/1 ba, new wash/dry, screen 1/4 utilities Call 336.4957 to party$$.

Thomas Burns porch & bike to campus. $4900, call 335-
Ceaser by M/F Own in 2brt1 ba SW off
6339 or 378.6904. 1.17.5.3 room nice apt
Archer Rd. $145 & 1/2 utl 335-4635

15 X 70 3 BR/2 BA Bike to UF New skirt Kate. 1 1125.5

ADI cLg35 ovA cow ing, screen porch, shed. Move or rent lot.
I C LAM 1VDYOM THEUW7WCI i 914 Got job, leaving town. $..000. 335-1352. F Rmml for furn 4bdr/2ba Condo by Oaks
Mall. Includes Washer
Dryer, Security
YEAH, SECOUDPERopPH9SDG3 ( IS A FUNNEL OH NEW Y0tfJ 1.1111.4-14 System. $200/mo./ & split util 3354298.

yfC/1 SUBLEASE: 1.12.5-5

KIZIfc6NTH-.. SPYGLASS own bed/bath In 3bdr,
4 HOUSE/APT. dish/washer/dryer

4jw M/F N/S for Spring $250moCall

60 SECONDS TO CAMPUS KEN 3367592. 1'16-5.5

Across from Tigert; 1 Rm, furn/unfurn,
pool. Sublet Jan.June; renew option in M/F roommate needed to share 2br iba
June. $250/mon/ (Includes util). 371 apt.. in NW area $118/mo. & 1/2 util Call

9508. 1.10.3.4 371-3425. .16.5-5

1
Sublet 2bdrm 1 bath Unfurnished $310 a

mo. & $150. deposit Walk to campus Classifieds.
Sunbay Apts. 708 SW 16th Av. ?h 336-
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ROOMMATESNeed ROOMMATESBicycle ROOMMATESF


N/S M/F/ Rmmt to share Spacious Club. N/S rmmt w/own/ room in to share completly furnished 2bdr/1 1/2/ I I
Condo In Somerset Village $247/mo. Call furnished 2bdrm apt. not far from cam ba Townhouse in SW area, wash dry,
Ted at 3761298. 1.12.4.5 pus. Call 335-6838. ,1-17-4-5 $225/mo/ & 1/2 utll. 3350598. 1-17-5-5

Oakbrook Walk: M rmmt to share fully (turn MALE N/S/ roommate needed. Own rm Room & Bath In 3bdr at Spyglass Apts.
2br/2ba condo wash/dry/ micro, pool, furnished In big house w/ wood floors, $230 plus 1/3 util. Call 335.5235 anytime. 1
tv/vcr. $200/mo & ulll.! Call Sim at 372- backyard. No dorks. Call Sharon 375- 1175.5
3842. 1-16-5-5 0219. Leave message. 1.17.5.5

Roommate needed for own bdrm In
Rmmts Needed: Nice 4bdr/2ba/ house Studious M N/S needed for HOUSE I Own 3bed/1ba/ house 5 blocks from UF.
close to UF, Individual least Phoenix bdrm $140/mo/ + 1/3 utll. 2 miles to UF, $150/mo./ & 1/3/ util.
Properties. 411 NW 16th St. 37V quiet NW area cat. Call 373-2078. 1-17- F n/s pref. 375-1477 Ive m... ,1-17-5-5
0769. 1-16-5-5 4-5
22.16.8'I
Own room In furnished 4/2 apartment.
N/S/ F rmmt needed to share master bdrmIn ** OAKBROOK ** $175/mo. F, Preferrably male to share rent $120 A 1/4/ /
brandywine $137/mo. A 1/4 utilities. N/S/ share rm, pool, w/d, micro, security utilities. Call Chris at 3354195. 1-12-3-5 /
Jacuzzi, weight room, pool. Call 335- :3 blk/eampue, furnished. Deposit. ',
9846. 1-16-5-5 3714708. 1.12.4.5BRANDYWINE Windmeadowa mobile park roommate

wanted 2bdr/furn l40/mo/ & 1/2 utlls.
2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath Condo. Washer, : Fern, own rm w/wtrbd/ Call 338-0375 Robert or leave message.
dryer, micro, N/S. Avail. Now. $225/mo. fully furn. 2bdr/1 ba apt. Many xtras, 1-12-3-5, (
Call 3353889. 1-12-4-5 $220/mo/ & 1/3 util. Near UF 3730024.

1-17-5-5 F n/s rmmt., serious student, private bdr,
Serious student 4br house walk UF/city. In nice house, iblk Norman Hall, $180 &
$159/mo./ & util & $100 deposit. Quiet. HELPI! I Need a fun, friendly female N/S/ share utll, 3785897. 1.12.3.5
377-0165. 1.10-2.5 Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bdr/ba./
Avail. Now I 377-8034. 1-17-5-5
MOONSTRUCKDisordered
Responsible N/S roommate needed to ,
share furnished 2bdrm/2bath apt with EE ROOMMATE NEEDED to there nice, turn In mind supposedly affectedby
Gatortown: $175/mo. & 1/2 utils. 374- 2BD/2BA Country Gardens apt. $2lO/mo/ the infuence of the moon; crazed, lunatic .
8488. 1-17-5-5 & utll. Call Larry 335-9337, 1-16-4-5 dazed. Do you have any of these
symptoms?
Room For Rent furnished all Utilities m/ns wanted to share newly furn apt In
Mill Run. Must be neat, quiet upper division Non-Credit
Paid. 19 Blocks North of Campus $175 .
per mo. or $50 per week Call Rick 378- student preferred.' Scott 3355131. 6 FOR SALE

3842. 1-16-4-5 1-18-6-5 BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs Athletic Improvement Class

Male n/s/ to sham bedroom In a 2bdrm- Serious Student N/S/ M, 7mln bike ride to low as $25/mo/ no $ down
2ba apt at Gator ood. Close to campus. UF, l95/mo & utilities, located at FREE Catalogue over 50,000
$145 a month 8 1/3/ utilities. Jan freell Vlscaya Apts. on 34 St & 7 Ave. 375-8609, customers 1800825.7283 Open to all UF students
377-9193. 1-17-5-5, Alex. 1-12-3-5 2-19-30-6
Physical examination required for participation

OXFORD MANOR share 2bdr/2ba/ & 1/2/ Rmmt Wanted, large suite, 2 fireplaces, SLEEPY???????????????????????
utilities Have your own bdr/ba JANUARYIS ceiling fans pool, kitchen, own bath, oak Twin bed for sale with mattress, box Organizational meeting January 12, 3:00pm:

FREEII Call Joe 3752565. 1.12.3.5 floors 10.5 $160/mo.CalUeff 3711909. 1-23- spring, frame, all in great cond. First $40 South End Zone Meeting Room, Football StadiumFor
takes 335-4447.. 1-10-3-8
DESPERATEI! F to share master bdr, in further information call 375-4683 Ext. 4994
3bd/2ba furn. In The Pines apt, no deposit F N/S/ own bdrm In NW duplex 6blks to UF. Queen waterbed w/heater, sheets & com
Jan free Call 3714892. 1-16-4-5 Washer microwave. $133/mo' ft 1/3/ utll. forter, $150 obo 3752218. 1-12-5-6
Call 373-0758 leave message. ,1-17-5-5,

F n/s Own bedroom in 2bedrm/1bath/ apt. SOFA: 7 feet long, decent condition, light
Clean & studious St85/mo. & 1/2 utll. M N/S Sorority Annex Until Summer. 1 blue slipcovers need to be dyed. Incredible '
Avail Now. Call Patti at 374-4970 leave Block to UF, furnished. $150/mo. Call comfortable! 374-8547 evenings. 1- U'LOCK
message. 1.17.5-5 377.1280 or 3784078. 1-17-5-5 103.8

Male student needed to share 2br apt. Take over my Power Plant Membership!
MOONSTRUCKDisordered Furnished $158/month/ & 1/3 utilities in $150. Thru 9/91, 373.7374, leave message.
Gatorwood,own 373-0588. 1.1755
room. 1-12-5-6 $16.95
in mind supposedly affectedby .
the Influence of the moon: crazed, lunatic
dazed. Do have of theeesymptoms Nice Clean Modern Furniture All at Reasonable
you any
? F N/S/ Rmmt wanted own bdr/ba./ For Prices Come Take a Look.
1-16-3-5 more Info call 378-5397 or 3950025. Ask The Plunder House
for Lisa. 1-17-5-5
511 SW 4 Avenue. 1-22-10-6 Thru 1/31/90
Newly Furnished Townhouse close to UF.
Nonsmk M/F to share 2bdrm bth
apt
F for own ba in Ig. bdr. wash/dry/ cable, HO/month A 1/2 utilities, walking distance Beds: queen $100, 2 twins $50 ea, sofa NO WI2 CONVENIENT IOMTIONSm
pool, $200/mo to share or $300/mo/ for sleeper queen A love seat, like new $380, .
to campus. Call 376-1283 for de- ...."4abl /muitnt MSW'ntMit
own room. 336-0036. 1-25-10-5 .. 1-17-8-5 chest of 5 drawers $30, a/C 12,000 BTU .,.tiNMnsMsnnrmt lase
$200. 3744054. 1-10-3-6
Furn NW house 3-ml to UF. Dishwash
rm ,
IN THE PINES own room In 3bdrm/2 1/2/
wash/dry/ fireplace fenced $150/mo/ + ba. M nfor $175/mo A 1/4/ utll. Price New Bicycle ATB style I8speed, chro-
Lv molly frame, Index shifting, all the bells
$150 1 dep 1/3/ util. 371-2328 M." 1. Jan free. Call 336-6844. 1-17-5-5
nego.
12-2-5 and whistles. Must sell. Call 3320940.
,.,2.5.8
BICYCLE CLUB rmmt needed m/f. mstr
Oakbrook condo needs nIl femaleto
luxury
bdrm w/ba $200/mo & 1/3/ utilities and
share bdr/ba/ ; $175/mo + 1/3 utilities, Country-style furniture, sofa, coffee table
phone. Call Brady 335-5959. 1-12-3-5
S-mo lease ok. walk to UF Call 375-6394. A chairs, good condition, $125, call 375-
1-18-5-5 8017 ask for Chris, after 6pm 3775216.
GWM wanted to share 2bdrm townhouse
$1,55/mo plus 1/2 utilities. Please call anytime 1-12-5-6
F n/s to share 2br/1 1/2/ ba quiet condo In .
336-1407. 1175.5
Mill Run near cam pus. l90/mo+ 1/2/ utll. PEUGEOT 12 spd man's' road bike. Excellent .. IN .
Pool, laund. & micro. Call 336-4763. 1. condition $175 or best offer. Call .
Female
roommate needed for 2bdrm 1 1/2 ,
18-5-5 336-8491. 1125.8 ,
bath close to UF, pets ok, price negotla- ,
ble. Call 375-5493. 1-17-5-5
2-rmmts, responsible house Duckpondarea Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
all appliances, 'pool priv/pking LAKEWOOD VILLAS brands are all at our New Location! Car

w/rental/ 2 blks to UF $275/mo share utll M/F NS For own Bdrm $180/mo/ A 1/3 utll. Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
371-2556. 1-16-3-5 Call 336-6446. 1-12-3-5 2070. 4-30-75-6

Share a 3bdr home In SW area. Great CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest -
Rmmt needed, Irge house, hardwood firs, a, a a 4a
but NO allowed! best and lowest priced car stereo
study atmosphere peeks ,
big backyrd, pets ok, short lease or thru
$200/mo neg. + 1/3 util. Call Michelle store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St.
summer, Iml from UF, nice area,
336-7245. 1185.5 4-30-75-6
S225/mo.375.7189./ 1.17.5.5

M n/s rmmt to share large furn master br
Sparrow Condo $125/mo/ split util w/o/
5 1/2/ blocks
avail pool tennis clubhouse 332-0451 MON FRI Q U

Gregg. ,.,8-5-5.
7am 9 pm campus

Professional students 2 ml to Shands, MOONSTRUCK;

bdr for rent In 3bdr house yard, SAT disordered in mind
$160/ mo 1/3 utll 375-3118 rfrom ,
'. wash/dry + 9 am 5
pm I ..
Leave msg. 1.1855BrandywineDesperately SUN supposedly affected by the

need male influence of the moon
roommate. Fully furnsihed. Available yes- 12 noon -4 pm ;

t.rday.335-3817. 1-16-3-5 536 S.W. 2nd Ave crazed, lunatic, dazed.

ROOMMATE WANTED: NS M/F. $200/m 372-7876 Nautilus

1/2 ut $200 sec Large, nice & neat apt -------- -------- --------II a Do you have any ..
"2bdrm 2 1/2 bath Call Tim 332-3248. 1- I
25.10.5 I Spring Semester I 6 Months {I One Year I II of these symptoms? ; :.r',.? ; I

$60.00 $75.00 I $100.00
ROOMMATE M or F: N/S/ quiet & studious I I II

$200/m/ own bed & bath + 1/3 u & I
$200 sec. Furn condo Call 336-1608. 1- I ________1________ ---------j I

24-9-5 WE'LL MEET ANY OTHER GYM'S PRICE AND...

WE HONOR ALL OTHER GYM'S COUPONS, TOO.
SPYGLASS Jan rent free! M/F for own

,fr' $223/mo bdrm/bath& 1/3 walk-in util. Call closet 3357720.D/W micro.1-18- YOU CAN'T 'BEAT PETE'S GYM! !

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THURSDAY., !.vNUARY 11,1990. AUJGATOR, 9


FOR SALE FOR SALEFor FOR SALE SERVICES TYPING SERVICESGATOR


Waterbed super-single .ml-wav. liner, sale queen.size, waveless waterbed Queen waterbed w/backboard $200
heat, mat pad, pad, like new used less w/padded frame & heater $150 obo. Call Moped $200, 5.pc elec. drum set $400 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS TYPING moved 4 lowered prices
than 10 time $120. Cruiser gen. light $40 Angle 336.6567 or 375.1558 leave message surfboard $150. Call Mark 3736820. ,118 1- Laser printer Resumes $12 a up. Page
373.3827. 1-1636 1.18.1.8 .56 discounts avail. Days 4 eves 3734564.
1233 NW 10th Ave 1.31.17.12

Blow Out Sale Beach cruller with lock, 48" Parallel Bars by Spirolmer for sale 1985 Honda Odyssey wheeler 350cc, 372.1664
heavy duty desk, !twin size bed with box $40. Call 373-5398. 1-1756 new tires, 70mph, rool cage $1000 Brian MCVISAlnsuranceFree RESUME HOUSE
spring All 3 for $100. Call Scott 377-1027 3766509. Also lor sale horse trailer $600 Pregnancy Test
2276 4 drawer solid wood desk Like new con 1-1856 Member Professional resume writing &
dition, $40. Please leave message 336- National Abortion Federation development services 3718148.
Bedroom suite 0 mattress and box spring 0207. 1175.8 WATERBED QUEEN SIZE w/heater/ $70 430-7511 1.22.10.12
dresser mirror, nightstand, headboardand .
336 3914. 1-18-56
frame 378-6968 leave message $550 For Sale dorm-size refrig' $25. Call 371. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? RESUMESSame

obo. 1989. 11236 Princeton high res color monitor and Get confidential testing and treatment at day Next day.
graphics card, logitec mouse never used PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4. Many Styles 4 Fonts Editing.
BIKE SPECIAL PC-XT compatible: 640k ram, 20 meg Grad std must sell offers consid 335- 3075.11 PC Lab, 17 St & Umv 3726500. 1175.
Quality Touring ATB bikes $189 & up. hard disk, 2 floppy drives, monochrome 1548. 1185.8 12
Large selection of used bikea $45 & up. monitor. $925. Accessories available AAA STORAGE
$7.99 U.lock with bike purchase. Bikes, & 374.8488. 118.48 TREK 12-speed racing bike with water Close to UF, Convenient LOOK A LETTER GRADE BETTER. Use
More 2133 NW 6th St. 373-6574. 1-175- bottles and tool bag. Excellent condition, 4x4x4 $l5/mo styles fonts graphics, proofreading 4 ed
8 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control used only five months Call 395.9835. 1. 4 8x6 $2S/mo Iting. PC Lab, 17 & Univ 3726500. 1.17, .
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will. 22.76 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 512

* MTN bike, all dears II w/cat/ eye ATC demo Call 336.9193 student Iv message 4.30.75.11
comp Brand new, must sell make offerl! 2.2834.8WATERBED HP 28S. Like new Manuals Inlcuded. MICRO CENTERTyping 336.4936. Full
Yakima bike racks for car $125 obo. Call Must sell-changed major $160 negotiable ** GATOR MOVING ** & self service computing.. Typing starts @
378-1506. 1.17.5.8 QUEEN size 75% wavelesswith Call 335-4192 leave message 1-17- 1- 1.50/pg/ Resumes $8 A Self service
headboard heater and padded rails Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng resumes $2.50/hr .15/pag. Lasertypeset -*
ALMOST NEW: Art Deco black laquer $200 or best offer 371-9071 days 1-12- Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves 43075.11 Long dis graphics spell check theses
7 REAL ESTATEReal Llc/lns Harry/Bill 374-4791
bedside table ft dresser; matching coffee 2.6 papers A special characters A employment

ft side tables; bkfst table & 2 chairs 377- SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons databases A mailmerge A training.
2762 1184.8 Fender Strat Plus Estate Salesman course 7.day WordPerfect specialist VIsa/MC 1,22-
1 1987 mint condition with maple neck Begins Feb. 12 Saturday only class boarding woodier facilities *
Comes with hard shell mid Feb Call 371.2787 Fla Ctr for hay rides parties sales' working
ADV 4200 Don't pay top $ at the stores: case $550. Call begins
students accepted. 466.3224, 3758080. 13 HELP WANTEDAVON
buy my used toots: and materials cheapl Mike 373-9305 Real Estate ed 1.125.7PRIME 4.3075.11TERMPAPER

Portfolio & drawing board Incl. 3353604.
1-1236 TREK 640 12-spd 531-tubes", 700 wheels' UF LOCATIONII 375.8967Sell
24-In frame $225. Raleigh 10.spd OR IS Room House Fully Rentedl Earn HELPER Avon Full or Part time We Train
Single mattress, box spring and frame hubs Alloy Crank $69. 376.7372. 1.1704- while you 'learn and/or/ Investfrsternlty / Writing, research Fast, reasonable Benefits Insurance 4-30-75.13
999
331-9783
prices. 800- ext
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$50. 1 extra single mattress $20. 371- 6 Good Condi 376 6652. 131-177
4823 Obo 1-1236 1.12-5-11 College Work Study (only) $5.00/h evenings -
CLEARANCE SALE-msny Items to & Saturday Telephone Survey Interviewer .

Canon F1 35mm with Sunpak 544 thyristor choose. from Jewelry, TV s, cameras, 8 MOTORCYCLES *SUNBELT MOVING* Apply: Bob/Martha 392.0171.
Flash and lenses all In mint condition VCR s.etc. Best Jewelry & Loan Pawnshop Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies 1-125-13

$350 obO. 336.8271 Adam. 1175.6 Sale Is on till everything gonell 1981 Honda 750 Supersport, very sharp 1-Item -House full. Local/Lng dist Llc/lns
1-25.10.6 good condition, first $750 takes It, 373- Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 4- F.N. Wolf & Co.. Inc.
Investment Bankers
5018. 1-12-5-8 3075-11
110 Wall St.. N.Y. N.Y.

Puch Magnum X1 Moped new, red and ONE STOP DENTISTRY
A Full Service Firm
blk paint, maps, new piston, overhaul -
Accepting new pis, emerg
We Are Expanding And LookingFor
$250 OBO. Steve 336-7450 1.17.5-8 Adult cleaning $28 child $18
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited Entry Level Account ExecutivesWe
((4)Wisd) tee. $325, ((3)Wisd) tee $250, Will Be On Campus On
Honda Rebel 250, Kawa 550LTD Both $200
by Trade Michel Jaffe $1300 or $850 and $750 Individually. Call Nitrous((2)Wisd Oxide.) Accept tee MC, V, AE January March 7th 23rd 1990 1990

377-2263 eve best. Awesome shape, Valid with to ((4)) peopleH .
"_ only coupon up
ACROSS 6 Fashion 33 Crested ducks 50 also clean. 1.17.58Scooter 110313A
T.Goniouhin, DOS, 372 9521
1 Wllander of magazine 36 Pub serve.. : Milton
tennis 7 Aviv 37 Worshipped one 51 Burden Honda Express SR-50 New tires, 1-31-17-11 Plus Notes-Are you an 'A' Student do
52 Greek tune- reliable, excellent condition you take excellent notes, would you likev
5 Fraternity letter 8 Busy Insect 38 Shad delicacy peak up very
to earn while learn, II so then call
44 Spa features 53 Ready for $320. 332-5368 evenings 1-18.3.8 MOPED CITYPick you
9 Project 9Shrsmplilu9crustacean
371-6954. We are looking for students in
13 "Tosca" tune 45 Take on cargo business up/Drop off...1/2 off now the following classes:

14 "Stormy 10 Rich supply 46 Barry and 54 Strawberry 9 AUTOS 1-31-1611 ADV 3000, ADV 3501 APB 2150, APB

Weather" 11 Yemen's capital Kelly 55 Normandy town 2151 AMH 2010, AMH 2020, ANT 2141,

composer 12 Highland loch 47 Plays the ram 57 Tibetan ox 1985 Chrysler Laser a/c, am/fm/ cass, Gainesville Women's A ANT 2149, ANT 2301, ANT 2402 ANT

15 Took a taxi Following 48 Open 58 Sash for M. auto. trans, alarm sys hatchback w/ sunshield Health Center 2410 ANT 3511, ARC 1701 ARC 2681,
49 alone Butterfly 58000 mis 720 NW 23rd Avenue AST 1002, AST 2037, BSC 2010, BSC
16 Useful fellow 17 Formerly Fly many new parts
$4300 obo. 3353972 1-1889 377-5055 2011, CAP 3802. CCJ 3024, CCJ 3704
19 Truant 18 tvanhoe's lady
e.g. PUZZLE ABORTIONUp CDA 3101, CHM 1020, CHM 1021, CHM
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS :
20 Olympian Jesse 22 Play byFeydeau
2040 CHM 2041 CHM 2045 CHM 2046
For Sale 1977 NOVA good condition 335- to 24 Weeks
21 These In nnnn I SeA R E.I ranon 1460 leave message 1-1659 Free Pregnancy Tests. CLA 1120 CLP 3144. COC 3110, COC
Toulon 23 Oriental A I E IE. ALP EN. ARE A CONFIDENTIALCOUNSELING 3400, COM 1000, COP 3110, ECO 2013

22 Doe's baby servant S U GAR BUS H V A ILL E Y Dodge Caravan LE, 1986, loaded ..11pow.r ECO 2023 ECO 3202, EUH 2001 FIN

24 Roof support 24 Ronald's nan. nnnan. BLOT S extras, very clean, $7995, 472- Female PractitionersFull 3408, GEO 2200, GEO 2201 GEO 2420,
GEO 2500, GLY 1000, HIS 2484 ISM
28 Tag, e.g. Donald 6325. 1.12.3-9 Range of J
.anna. nnnn 3011.' ISS 2120 JOU 3100.

29 Family member, 25 Got up 0 BUS S Y TOR R E N T 1988 Camero, perfect condo T-Tops, pw, 4307411 Gynecology Services LAH 2020, LEI 3830, MAC 1142, MAC'

for short 26 Parade nosaB. rannn I nnn I pa, pb ac, cruise, tilt, am/fm case V6Sspd 3233, MAC 3311, MAN 3021 MAR 3023
32 Perry's creator attraction Sky blue on silver Asking $9000 or MGF 1202, MMC 2100 MMC 4200 OCE
nnnn I .nnnno. pgnci I Need help with Ms Dos, WordPerfect,
33 Packaging 27 One of theKennedys best offer Scott 335.5131. 1-1869 2005, PCO 2714 PET 3320, PET 3350
Lotus, Pascal, or just turning on a computer
material nran. nnnn i I liE V E PHM 2101 PHI 2100, PHI 2403, PHY
? Want friendly, knowledgeablecomputer
34'"- Marla" 28 Certain Celts SAM ION J lAJLIBBK-V I RED Honda Accord, 1978 3 door, 5-spd, ac, assistance that comes to you? 3053, PSB 3004 PSY 2013 PUR 3000,
35 Sociable fellow 29 Ointment .ncHiti nnnn. am/fm, good body & rebuilt engine, needs Call Lampert Consulting at 395 7597 1- PUR 3101 OMB 3205 OMB 3600, REE

39 "I wandered 30 Resembling Is H 0 A IT. nnnnn. nun Clutch work, $590, 3721768. 1-1239 17.5-11 3043, REL 2001, REL 2240 RUT 3452.
RTV 2100, RTV 3000 SOP 2513, STA
lonely cloud" some college MAR T H .! N E I Y A Ford MavenK'74 Runs good, on HWY too. Valentine Special be photographed by 3023, STA 3024, SYG 2000, SYG 2430
40"Diefitodermaus" walls nnnn I "" R ''E.prnnn Price $400 or best offer. Call any time Internationally known beauty photographer and SYG 3010. Call 371-6954 If interested .

role 31 Oracles nnnn. A IE S .nncin 3778419. 1-1230 Bill Horne. Get a free poster print 1.17.7.13

377-6563 1-31-15-11 -
41' finished 1/11/90/ Toyota Corolla SR 5'81 Sspeed, ac, Paying $125 to persons infected cuts.
42 Bottom line am/tm cass, 62,000 mis, excel engine scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic '
MOPED REPAIR Blood Call 331-
43 Swart $1750 obo. S73-1265. 1.184.8AUTO study test required
Fast quality service Very reasonable 5379 1-31-17-13,
44 Runs, as dye INSURANCE SAVE $$ at orange 4 rates Free pickup/dropoff. 8 yrs exp
46CUk>ids CALL MARK 376.8008.. 1-175-11
blue Insurance In butler plaza we care callus HEARING EXPERIMENTS
47 Ranch sound 17 lot 377-CARS or 3772277. 1-25-10-9 Conclentloue, normal-hearing listeners -
48 Mctaelmas Free Poster with any glamour session needed for Spring Semester. 5-10

datoy 1980 Rabbit, auto, ./c, am/fm cass, with award winning photographer Bill .hre./week. $3.35/hr. ft 22% bonus at
51 Alfresco tinted windows, runs good, maint records Home Studio or location. Glamour with .emeet.,'. end. Call 312-8470 ((10 am-
56 Available fellow avail. $980. 377-3257 leave mso 1-17-4- style 377-6583 See the display now. 1- 1pm only). 1103.13

59 Sailor". 1987 Chev-Spectrum Red AC, AM/FM/
direction Cassette, Auto, 40,000 Miles, Runs Excellent TYPING BE A GATQ'RFUNDRAISERI

60 Borders on M 34 Asking $5.300 OBO 378-4050 "'
61 Circus after 5-pm. 1-17-4-9 12 SERVICESYOU
performer Many telephone communicator positions
available: Must have excellent speaking
62 Rogers et al. 10 WANTEDLocal WRITE, WE TYPE voice, enthusiastic attitude On campus
63 Rock group Business Legal Personal Reports
Great experience 3 evenings/week, $4
64 Domini Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. plus/hour. 392-1691. extj 17. 1-17-7-13
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzle's Fine GVille Handicapped Typing

DOWN Jewelry 373-9243. 43075.10 4307512 378-7179 BRANCH OPENINGS* .r

1 Goya model JOBS JOBS JOBS .
41 Leonard Cohen enthusiast wants to buy
2 Middle video copy of concert broadcasted on ch. Typing A reports business A legal A $13/hr,we train. National coatings
Easterner S Jan 5.6. 468-2785 before 10pm. 1-12- resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications franchise expanding! Full/part time I
3 Personal quirks A letters A notary *etc.Available LABOR & MGT. PO ITIONS AVAIL.

4 Japanese rice 24 hours/7 d.y./37Z-2777. 4-30.75-12 Potential to own yoJ> own business t
wine 11 SERVICESNW Call for Immediate Interview

5 Scottish Typing $1 00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, 8138887151.Classifleds. .
Mini storage at ,I-7S & NW 39th Ave Theses, whatever Grad School P.T. List

hillsides near Oaks Mall area, S x S to 10.20 from WCS 917 NW 13th 373.9822. 30-75-.. ..
$20, 10% disc to students 3328917. 4- 12
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I HELP WANTED BUS. PERSONALSHappy PERSONALS CONNECTIONSEYE 17 NOTICESDON'T


I Office help wanted Allstate Int.M new year 19901 EZ Tennis' new BACKPACK SALEAll EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease WAIT
.W-F 9.00 am to 1 :00 pm T 4 Th 1 :00. year resolution Is to continue giving you treatment. 28 years exp Dr. J. Beckum until midterm to use PC Lab.
to 5pm great prices quality products & service 34. Eastpak backpacks on sale nowl! Lifetime optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288. Learn WP, Lotus 123 dBase
Apply by phone 373.0333. 1-12-5-13 St 1-12-4-14. warranty-super value. Great selection 1-31-17-16 NOW. Special plans. 3726500.
of Jansport packs also Lloyd Clarke 1-17-5-17

OFFICE WORK: Part time, will train Mature NEWI Moon passing cars with Bummey Sports 1504. NW 13th St. 3727836. 1-12- NEW SHOP
person wanted. Prefer GVL resident moveable stick-on squeeze concealed device 5-15 We have a good deal on ATB bikes. Come
or UF Sophomore good phone voice & and he drops Ms drawers. Send see us-Gator Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd. 18 RIDES
personality a must Some sales ability. $15.00 to UM 2913 SW 39 Ave G'ville. RUSSELL SWEATSin 373-3962. We buy, sell and trade 1-17-

Must work evenings & weekends Call between 1-12-5-14. many styles & 20 colors. Huge sweat 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yrs of
11-3, 377-0081. 1-10-3-13 BiWM masculine, well-built, good looking
selection Bassett Walker basic Frl's/Sun but
including weekly trips. Pets ok
Are you an 'A' Student? Do you take EXCELLENT athletic straight appearance, work out pkgtransported.
pants from $9.99. Lloyd Clarke Sports GMG tram 336-7026
Attention for NOTES? Earn While You Learn leeks tame. Must ((305))
perfect students M-F 5:30: 1504. NW 13th St. 372-7836. 1-12-5-15 with free weights daily, 2663788. 1-30-16-18
9:30pm: phone sales hourly wages plus Call 371-6954, For more Information. 1- be seriously into lifting weights. Write P.O.
bonus. Friendly atmosphere. Call after 22-10-14. Box 12553. Gvl. 32604.. 1-24-10-16.
I need a ride to WPB or even Ft. Pierce
1 378-3238. MARDI GRASCome
1pm 1.10.3.13
COMPUTERS terminals & pc's, buy sell, SHY GUY tall blue eyes good listener// leaving 1/12./ Will pay for gas. Please call
Computer Programmers- trade rent & repair Great prices QUALITY party with us at the world's largest sense of humor seeks female friend send 3959222. 1-11-1-18
DCS Inc. a software development co. In CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. .4-30- party! 2/22-25/90/ R/T/ bus. 2 nights hotel, photo/phone/ po box 13115 Gville FI
Ft. Laud., has entry l.v.110 mid-level positions 75-14,. party pass, taxes. l69/person I based on 32604.. 1-18-5-16
for software engineers/computer/ quad occ. Breakaway Tours. 3776369. 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders
programmers C programming required. A national full service brokerage firm Is 1-23-10-15 STRESS SICKNESS DRUG ADDICTION
Candidates should also have .4-year de looking for hard-working motivated peopleto HATRED: Eliminate them In the way
gree. Send Resumes to: DCS Inc., 6184. work In their Palm Beach Gardens of BALLOONACY Is looking for guy and of Christ Jesus. To find out how attend a Keepers?
NW 11 St., Sunrise FL 33313. fice. No experience necessary Call Mr. gals with hot bods for tripper positions. lecture sponsored by the UF Christian Science If you find something you can place a
,.1.22.10.13 Deiter 18008219494. 1.10.1.14 Earn big bucks for very little effort. 1021W Org. Tues Jan 16, BBS Reitz Union FREE ad in this section. Be kind to someone
Avenue. 1-16-5-15
University at 6pm 1.18.3.16 who lost what you found. Call 373-
Now accepting applications (for Resident NEW SHOP FIND.
I Assistant positions for the Fall We have a good deal on ATB bikes. Come SKYDIVE Sell me your class rings & broken chainswe -
1990 Semester. Applications availableat see us-Gator Cycle 3321 SW Archer Rd. Skydive with the Williston Skydiver 336- pay more for jewelery In good shape. FOUND: Gold necklace by benches at
either the Housing Office or all residence 3733962. W* buy, sell, and trade. 117. 7970. 1301515SPRING Best Jeweiery & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. Matherly Circle, found before' break Call
hall area offices. Applicationsare 5-14 371-4367. to ID. 373-2062. 1-12-3-20
due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to the BREAKBahamas
Division of Housing Office. For further Have Computer Skills? Micro Center FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES Best Found: Short blk dog, male,
Information contact the Staff & Student needs typist/sales/tech support help. 3nt $189 Jamaica ant $309 Jelery & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371- lab/dauchsund/ mix. Call 3356237. 1-12-
Development Office at 3922161. 2-2- Apply in person. .4110 SW 34th St. (SW Key West ant $139. Extra nts. avail. $39 GEMS 1-25-10-16
19-13 campus store) 1-22-7-14, holds your spot! Breakaway Tours 377- Found men's watch at Business rm 104.
6369. 1.23.1015SKI TOP CASH FOR GOLD silverdiamondsetc. during dead week. Call 373-0871 to Iden

Chiropractor's Assistant Public Relations 15 PERSONALSLADIES New or used or broken. Best Jeweiery tify. 1-16-3-20
and Technical Assistant Will Train. and Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-GEMS
HrsM-W-F9-1.2-6. Call 3735510. 112. SNOWSHOESki Found F Kitten, tabby w/chest/paws/ NW
.4-13 MAKE MONEYWe Break 1182190./ R/T/ bus, 2nt CHECK CASHING no ID required FREE area 372.9747
I buy & sell good used clothing condo/slopeside/ 2 day ski rental and lilt MONEY ORDERS Best. Jewlery & Loan
BALLOONACY "is looking for guys and Call Second Act. 373-8527. 4307515VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator ticket $240/person./ Breakaway Tours 523 NW 3rd Ave 371GEMS. 1-25-101-6 Found small black kitten with studded blue
gals with hot bods for stripper positions. 3776369. 1-16-5-15 collar on corner of NW 8th St and Univ Ave
/ / Great Student Loans & Financial Aid 372.5431. 1-16-3-20
Earn big bucks for very little effort. 1021W No one
University Avenue. 1-16-5-13 pnces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI refused with good collateral. EZ terms-
Laboratory 376-5563 618 SW 4 Ave 1 1800 Gun InventoryOver Best' Jeweiery & Loan 371-GEMS. 1-25- LOST Jamaica and Florida ID'S, blue-
Part-time school helper wanted weekday block from Ala Gen. .4-30-75-15 500 handguns In stock 10-16 rimmed glasses. Call 376-4176. 1-12-2-

mornings, 8:30: 12:30: for 5 yr. old child Buy Sell Trace, or Repair
who is physically impaired. Will split posi Natural Foods and Vitamins Reloading Supplies 466-3340.
\tion. Hm. 375-8948 Wk 3921051. 1-22- Blrkenstock Sandals. Harry Beckwith Gun Dealer V V /% .v.
Sunflower Health Foods 8 mi. South of G'ville on .441 r J V L
9.13 n A r 1'A A 7 L VV
87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 Also Indoor pistol range r 7 A L 7
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Bus. Boys Wanted Phone 3731823. 1- 43075.15 Handicap facilities A L L A > A L L n.1n
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Study Jobs available for Spring 1990. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. .4- TIAL ARTS For UF students staff-fac > Alligator .... > L. 'rA
Many UF employers need your help. 3075.15 ulty. l,. i. '
Come to Student Financial Affairs, Anderson T-TH-F-5: 7pm. FL Gym Basement. V- /. r
Hall for information. 1.10.2.13 NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get 1.17-5.15 -4 L Advertising ) L
special student discounts on exams and <. > l 1\
all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. FREE PASSPORT radar detector to any A ,. /7 t. G
i EARN $100 MONTHFor A"
3770881. 4-30-75-15 one who can remove It form our demo L,. /' L. J l LA 1\ I.
your plasma donations. Our fully automated vehicle without triggering the alarm ( //.0"" ,. A /'to > L
system is safer and faster than Look Your Best Everydayl! THE DRIVER'S SIDE 607 NW 13th St. I" .) f\ ., <
manual centers. Air conditioned, Special Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for 371-8190.1-12-2-15 < ", ... i..V" A
bonus with this ad Call for appoint info about the PERMANENT removal of A '" I' 3 "'"

ment. unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307.. SKI SALE: Great selection of quality ski

Alpha Plasma Center 4.30.75.15 wear; won't last long at these prices.
M.F 9.30-5.30. Sat 9:30.2:30: : Come by today! Brasmgton Trail Shop
9 SW 1 1st St. 3789204 $STUDENTS GET CASH 2331 NW 13th Sir. 1.25.10.15
1-31-16-13 For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
372-1226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central -
We buy Gold. Cash Checks, & make loanson
Does your fraternity sorority or organization Cily. .4-30-75-15 ANYTHING Best Jewlery & Loan 523
need $$$ for your spring activities? NW 3rd Ave. 371GEMS. 1-25-10-15 O
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rules in effect for rec teams, weight room Io


'Jntramurals appears every other weight room.. Five-on-five basketball! the first spring want to alleviate the overcrowding."
Thursday.The In the past, scheduling has been in the sport using the new scheduling technique. To keep track of the number of students
new year brings changes across the hands of the department. Team captains Sign-up began Jan. 8 and continues through working out, identification bracelets num-
UF campus a new football coach, a new registered their teams at the captains'meetings Tuesday. A mandatory basketball captains' bered 1-80 will be traded for student fee
president soon, a few new buildings, etc., and waited for their team schedules.But meeting to discuss rules and procedures will cards and picture IDs at the door.When the
etc. Not wanting to feel left out, the intra- this semester,for all sports, the depart be held Jan. 16 at 7:20: p.m. in Room 120 of 80-person() limit is reached,a waiting list will
murals department Is instituting a few ment allows individual team captains to Norman Hall. be established.
changes of its own. choose the day and time that best suits their
team's needs. EN Froman said a few other changes include

-* Shane Best Captains now must go to Room 214 of the You'll have to "weight. In an attemptto the addition of two fitness supervisors to
Florida Gym and choose the day and time better organize the O'Connell Center answer questions about workouts, regular
i they want to play each week. Times are weight rooms, the recreation department is hours for both the Nautilus and the free
NTRAMURALSAmong available first first served basis. weight room, and the closing of the weight
on a come, limiting the number of people allowed in the
With this new system, intramurals officials Nautilus and free-weight rooms to 80. room on Saturdays.The .
the changes will be a new proce- are hoping for fewer forfeits,since each The idea is to make it a comfortable hours for the weight room will be 2
dure for scheduling intramural team sports team will be playing at a consistent time each atmosphere for working out,"said Russ Fro- to 9:45: p.m. weekdays and 2 to 6 p.m.
and new policies in the O'Connell Center week. man, assistant director of intramurals. "We Sundays. .4

I Vandy's Kramer named Southeastern Conference boss I

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United Press Intematlonal that meant I had an interest in the of impeccable character and Integ cized problems at Kentucky, now ing on some of his new tasks
Southeastern Conference,that was on NCAA probation in basketball, "within the next few weeks,"is the
DALLAS The Southeastern correct. rity."He has served as an administrator and UF,under investigation by the SEC's sixth commissioner. The
Conference ended a six-week "I've always had a strong Inter- in our conference for a numberof NCAA."I first was Morton S. Connor ((1940-()
search for a new commissioner est in this conference. I've been a years,so he knows our strengthsand believe very strongly in the 46)), followed by Louisiana State
Wednesday by naming one of its member for 12 years and seen it our weaknesses," Zachariassaid. basic Integrity of this conference," coach Bernie Moore ((1948-1965)),
own,Vanderbilt Athletics Director change and grow in a lot of ways." "He understands the proper he said. That doesn't mean there Georgia Tech administrator Tonto
Roy Kramer. Kramer's appointment was announced role of athletics and has great con aren't some problems. But they Coleman ((1966-72)), Georgia dean
Kramer,in the post at Vanderbilt by SEC President Donald cern for the student-athlete. He is need to be addressed on the individual Boyd McWhorter ((1972-1986)) and
since 1978,succeeds Harvey Schil Zacharias,president of MississippiState the best man to lead us in this campuses and from within. Schiller.
ler,who resigned Dec.1 to become in Dallas where both were critical period." "I've always believed in taking a 1 foresee a lot of change in
executive director of the United attending the NCAA Convention."We Kramer, a 1953 graduate of positive approach about athletics," college athletics in the decade
States Olympic Committee. are excited that Roy Kra- Maryville College, was head football Kramer said. That doesn't mean ahead," Kramer said.correction.
Kramer, 60, was reported to bea mer has accepted the challenge to coach for 11 years at Central we don't need to change some
candidate several years earlier lead our league into the 1990s,* Michigan, where he compiled an things. But I've been around athletics
when the conference selected Zacharias said. "It was the unanimous 83-32-2 record and won the Divi- a long time and seen it from UF center Dwayne Schintzius is
Schiller, then at the Air Force feeling of our CEOs that Mr. sion II national championship in all sides. I think we should face not the Southeastern Conference's
Academy. Kramer is one of the most widely 1974. issues and correct them, but also all-time leading scorer. A photo
The media made me a candidate respected individuals in intercollegiate Kramer was asked about the focus on the positive." caption in Wednesday's Alligator_
,"Kramer said Wednesday. athletics today. He is a man SEC image in the wake of publi Kramer,who hopes to start take said otherwise.

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'Noo Yawk' Kentucky beats UFAlligator



game to 'Cats Staff Report row,the Gators ((5-5,1-2)) were hurt
by turnovers, committing 24 turn
He still wears the same flashy Armani I suits The road continues to be the overs to the Wildcats' 13, with
and he still sports the same slick haircut that downfall for the UF basketballteam. three coming in the last two minutes .
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made him the most charismatic basketball For the second time in two of the game. Kentucky turned
coach since Pat Riley hit the courts. jot weeks, the Gators on Wednesday those 24 giveaways into 24 points.

But Rick Pitino's city-slicker style goes night lost a Southeastern Confer "Our basketball team did not

along with his new job as the Kentucky head ence game away from home. handle the ball well," DeVoe said.

., basketball coach about as well as white wine Following a defeat last week to "In a way, we beat ourselves be-
along with hog Ole Miss, probation-plagued Kentucky
{goes jowls. cause we could not handle the extended
used a late nine-point run to pressure."
-> Ron Kaspriskc defeat the Gators 89-81 in Rupp
Arena in Lexington, Ky. Kentucky quickly jumped out to
LAST "It was an inability on our teamto a 10-4 lead before the Gators
CALLThese cope with the last parts of the fought back to make it a two-point

game," UF coach Don DeVoe said. game 16-14 with 12 minutes

days, the native New Yorker and "We did take them out of their remaining before halftime.The Ga
former coach of the NBA's New York Knicks three-point shots but they beat us tors traded baskets for the remainder

and Providence University is playing the in a lot of other ways." of the half before a threepointplay

starring role of his own situation comedy, With the Gators trailing 64-61 by Renaldo Garcia gave UF a

titled "Out of Place". with 9:16: minutes remaining, center 42-40 lead at intermission.

In the sitcom, a kid off the playgrounds of Dwayne Schintzius took con Schintzius led UF with 17 points
New York finds himself coaching one of the :J..: trol of the Gators'offense, scoring and nine rebounds, and junior
most illustrious college basketball teams in 11 of the next 13 UF points, includ- Dwayne Davis,coming off an ankle
t the country. ., ing a free throw tying the game at injury,scored 13 points and pulled
72 with less than four minutes left.
The only problem is that the job is in t down 11 rebounds in a reserve
,4 But Kentucky ((6-7 overall,2-2 in
Lexington, Ky.,which is, in New York terms, .
the SEC) outscored the Gators 17-
role.All
roughly the size of the Empire State Build-
10 the rest of the way behind a of the Wildcats' starters
ing. KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
three-point shot by center Reggie scored in double figures, led byWoods'
Guard Renaldo Garcia,defending against Georgia's Litter-
In the first episode, Pitino gets to meet
Hanson and 10 of 12 free-throw 20 points. Hansen added
lal! Green In a game last week, scored 12 points Wednes-
Athletics Director C.M. Newton and of
some shooting by guard Sean Woods. 19 and John Pelphrey chipped in
oJ the other good ol' boys who want to make day against Kentucky.Florida. And for the second game in a 16.encountered.
sure their new coach understands the "Ken-

tucky Way" of doin' things. 6362Alligator
Here's the dialogue... State nips Lady Gators, I

Pitino: Hey guys! Anyone here know Staff Report son, only one more than they had their last Lady Gators with a game-high 19 points -
where a guy can get a knish? time out against Georgia, also a UF loss. 14 in the second half- while junior guard

Newton: Ah, there are none of them As the old saying about cigars goes, it FSU took advantage of the Lady Gators' Sophia Witherspoon had 14 points and junior

knishes in the fine state of Kentucky. Only was close, but.. first-half slump,building its lead at intermission forward Rhvonja Smith added 10.FSU's .

fried chicken and collard greens. But that'snot The UF women's basketball team put upa behind Chantelle Dishman, who fin- victory serves two purposes. It
important.We're here to talk to you about fight, but couldn't overcome a poor first ished the night with 18 points and six ends the Lady Gators' drive to beat each of
half and lost 63-62 to Florida State Wednes- rebounds for the Lady Seminoles.The .
offense and defense.
your philosophies on the six other teams in the state and avenges
day night at Tully Gymnasium in victory improves FSU,riding a seven-
Good ol' boys: That's right. What about last season's 63-60 defeat to UF.
Tallahassee.With game winning streak, to 9-2. UF falls to 94.
zone defenses and getting the ball into the
the score tied late in the first half Although the Lady Gators pulled within
big man? That's how Adolph Rupp and JoeB. Despite the loss, UF holds a 23-22 series
the Lady Seminoles outscored the Lady four points several times in the second half, edge.
Hall would have done it. They coached
Gators by nine over the next 5:43: to take a too many missed opportunities spelled their
this team to five NCAA national championship
know. 31-22 halftime advantage,a lead they would defeat. Senior guard Casandra The Lady Gators can rebound Saturday,
you never relinquish.The Washington's three-point shot in the waning but it won't be easy.' UF travels to Auburn,
Pitino: Well, if you must know, I plan on 22 first-half points was the second- moments accounted for the final margin. Ala.,to face the nation's eighth-ranked Lady

having the boys shoot some threepointersand lowest total by the Lady Gators of the sea- Sophomore forward Erika Lang led the Tigers.
do a lot of running around on defense.


t Newton Good ol': Did boys you: What's say three-pointers a three-pointer? ? NCAA: Athletes will be tested for drugs I


Adolph never mentioned nuthin' about a United PraM International About 36 football players would be selected by student-athletes. -
three-pointer for testing at Division I school.
every
When it first came to a vote Tuesday,
Pitino: Well, you know that silly line 19 DALLAS Student-athletes will be sub- Testing would begin in at least two years. delegates voted 170-150 to refer it for further

feet, nine inches away from the basket? If ject to year-round random drug testing, and "We're not saying this is a cure-all," said study. Several hours later, the motion
you shoot behind that line you can get three the college basketball regular season will Pittsburgh Athletic Director Edward E. passed 206115.Wednesday's.
points. Been around for a while. be slightly shorter.-according to two decisions Bozik, who proposed the drug-testing legis-

Good ol' boys: Sounds like somethin' rendered as the annual NCAA Con lation on the final day of the tumultuous drug-testing legislation was
them communists would do. What about vention drew to a close Wednesday. convention."If adopted despite legal concerns expressedby

zone defense? Our boys are too small to. Delegates approved a $2 million drug- this stopped all drug use, the whole some delegates. But Bozik said legal
... match up against other teams. testing program and a one-year ban on world would use this testing. But we haveto concerns would be addressed when they
competition for any athlete who fails a drug take steps in everything.This legislationwill had to be.
Pitino Well, I like man-to-man defense.
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test. Athletes who fail a second test will be act more as a deterrent and it will help
Listen, do they televise hockey around here? banned for the remainder of their college educate the athlete." "Up to now, there has been no successful

The debate goes on for minutes, until careers. Bozik said athletes may be tested more federal challenge to any NCAA drug testing

Pitino lays down the law. Frank Sinatra's Although the legislation did not limit the than once each year. ,* Bozik said. "If the federal government
"New York, New York" Band begins to playin eventually tells us we can't do this,we don't
Each NCAA division voted
drug testing to any sport,as a starting point, separately on
the background. He's going to do it"Myyy do It. The government said we couldn't get
the NCAA said it would limit its random the proposal. Division I passed it 272-39,
waaaaaaay". testing to football players in Division I and Division II adopted it by a 138-23 vote, and together to negotiate" television contracts,
The sitcom is sure to be a Golden Globe would be testing only for steroids. Division III approved 159-49. so we stopped.

winner. Although many schools and conferences UF officials approved the measure. In other action Wednesday, the NCAA

Other episodes will include: "Rick tries to including UF and the Southeastern Con- Meanwhile, delegates voted late Tuesdayto also passed legislation that will provide sum-
find the subway," "Rick gets arrested for ference -have their own drug-testing policies reduce the length of the basketball season mer school financial aid to incoming freshmen

. demonstrating what a bagel is," and don't the NCAA until now has tested only from 28 to 25 games beginning with the a proposal submitted by the
forget the season-ending episode,"Rick gets following football bowl games and at championship 1992-93 season. The 25-game limit was the President's Commission which went againstthe
lost in the Appalachian Mountains on a re- events such as the NCAA basket key portion of Proposal 30, established for grain of their normal cost-cutting
cruiting trip." ball tournament. the purpose of reducing, the time demands wishes.


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