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suspended; may face felony i charges' I


By RON KASPRISKE Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt.Sadie played his last game Saturday if he is found University Athletic Association Monday
Darnell said Officer Erin Desmond recom- guilty of the charges or if UF interim bas- stated Turner was also involved.
and LAURIE WINDHAM
mended Schintzius be charged with throwing ketball coach Don DeVoe decides that the UF sophomore and ATO member James
Writers
Alligator a deadly missile,a second-degree felony, incident is serious enough not to reinstatehis Woodroffe filed the complaint with police
UF center Dwayne Schintzius' controversial and criminal mischief, a misdemeanor, star center. after discovering Schintzius had ripped the
career may have ended Monday as the through a sworn complaint to be filed with Tim Turner,a sophomore player,was also side mirror off his 1987 Jeep Wagoneer and
7-foot-2 center was indefinitely suspendedfrom the State Attorney's Office. Schintzius suspended indefinitely, but his part in the threw it at the fraternity house at about 12:40:
the basketball team for his part in an wasn't charged or arrested because he left incident hasn't been determined becausethe Sunday morning.see .
incident at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity the scene before Desmond arrived. police report only named Schintzius as
house early Sunday morning. The senior from Brandon may have a suspect. But a press release issued by the Suspension, page 12


Reading, climbing stairs and pushing elevator buttons seem like simple activitiesto Assailantstill

most people. But to UF's disabled students, these everyday acts are a hassle,

especially on a campus plagued with inaccessible buildings. It's a situation that

leaves disabled students at large



Learningthe after rapeBy


MIKE BRUSCELL
Alligator Writer

A 19-year-old UF student was found
bound and gagged in the back seat of a car
Saturday morning after she had been raped
and robbed at knifepoint five hours earlier,
Gainesville police said.
The victim was abducted at about 5:15:
Hard a.m. as she was leaving the grey Mazda to
WayRv return to her sorority house on West
Panhellenic Drive. As she was getting out
of the car, the suspect, described by police
only as a black male,forced her back inside.
Geoff.. Boucher "She was getting out of the car and he
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approached her with a knife, Gainesville
PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY SUZETTE COOKALLIGATOR police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said.
describes her UF Student Services gives the committee The
T 7T TH111 Amy Lowndes Buildings
"He forced her into the car, tied her up and
llfirst semester at UPs College ofT $25,000 every semester for the costly cor Lowndes knew she was going to have covered her mouth."
V Law as a "horror show," she isn't rections. Physical Plant, which controls problems at the law school from the start.
The drove to location
suspect a police are
I talking about the college's notorious academic campus maintenance, and Facilities Plan "Even though I went down and identified
still trying to find, raped the woman and
rigors. ning, which oversees major campus con myself the summer before I went to orien-
took her jewelry and Darnell said.
aren't the ones struction, also works to improve tation word to the money
Her gripes typical never got person organ- He then drove for an unknown amount of
sessions or bad accessibility. But Disabled Student Affairs it that in wheelchair
tough classes, long study izing a person a was time before leaving the car-and the victim
schedules. Instead, Lowndes' enemies are Dean Ken Osfield said it just isn't enough. coming," she said. "The tour and the pre- pinned on the car's rear floor by the reclined
the building's bathrooms, doors and eleva- "Some of the buildings on our list won't sentation weren't really prepared for m."
front seat-on the 1100 block of Southeast
be worked on until 1991 or 1992," Osfield Bad turned into worse when Lowndes First Street. _
tors.Lowndes "We the committee have to found two sets of metal doors far too
27, has a form of muscular said. ( ) enough Police found the car, which the victim
dystrophy, a disease which slowly deteriorates install two elevators a year and then fix up heavy for her to push open barricadedher had borrowed from a friend, at about 10
muscle tissue and has confined her to some small stuff." from the building's book store.She also a.m. after a neighbor called it in as suspicious
a wheelchair since she was 16. Her lack of Osfield said the small stuff- such as the discovered she couldn't reach the third- Darnell said.
mobility turns the Holland Law Center's steps separating the bi-level floors in Dauer floor button in the elevator, denying her The woman,who suffered minor physical
tight spaces, out-of.reach elevator controls Hall is left over from an era when architects entrance to much of the law library. injuries, was treated and released Saturday
and heavy, metal doors into barricades. weren't particularly concerned about Classrooms were another challenge.Lack from Alachua General Hospital's emergency
Lowndes has lobbied UF administratorssince the needs of disabled people. Planning Con- of space between the walls and chairs, room, Darnell said.
she started law school last fall, urging sultant Linda Newman said as newer, bet which are bolted to the floor, often forced UF police spokeswoman Angie Tipton
them to break down the.structural obsta ter-planned buildings go up, the obstacles Lowndes to sit in the back of the room. said that although police patrol West
cles. But progress has been sluggish."I lessen. "The way some of the classes are structured Panhellenic Drive heavily during nighttime
don't think if s because people are meanor Talking about campus as a whole, I I literally could not get in the door." hours she was unsure whether increased
insensitive or something like that," she would give it a six out of 10," Newman said. The electric wheelchair Lowndes uses is patrols would have helped prevent this attack
said. "It's really hard for them to think all "Looking at the new buildings, I'd give it a about a foot longer than a manual chair. or others like it.
the way through on what the problems will better score and looking at intent, I'd give The extra inches make the law school's "At this point, it's safe to say we really do
be. It's just really hard. I'm sure they have 'it even a better score." bathroom stalls, which meet state regulations watch Sorority Row very closely," Tipton
good intentions." -Many disabled students agree,with the inconvenient for her. said. "Sometimes there's only so much a
While administrators may have good intentions high marks Newman gives UF for its mo- "If I use the bathroom, I have to leave department can do."
their effort to make the campus tives. UF offers extensive programs includ- the stall door open. There's really no way Randi Storchs, president of Delta Phi
user-friendly for more than 200 disabled ing support services such as full-time to close it," Lowndes said. "The law schoolis Epsilon, said members of her sorority have
down by small notetakers for hearing- and sight-impaired a horror show. It really is."
students is being bogged been shaken up by the rape. The sororityis
budgets and old buildings rife with architec students and specially-equipped vans for When the law school was built, building organizing a"buddy system"memberswon't
turalobstacles. transportation.Many codes didn't consider the bigger,motorized have to walk by themselves, and
The Holland Law Center Is one of 17 of the students also praise Osfield, chairs which recently have become popu- parents are organizing to pressure UF into
I buildings on a list of accessibility hotspots who took over as dean of disabled student lar.Even providing better security.
compiled last week by the UF Committeeon affairs last summer, for his hard work and fewer regulations existed for pre- "Most people are really devastated,"
Disabled Persons. Committee members easy-going personality. But as helpful as 1970s buildings. The Aerospace Engineer- Storchs said. "It's definitely affected every-
said the list is based on student complaintsand Osfield and other administrators can be, see page 14
is constantly growing. UPs campus can be downright mean. see Rape, page 13II

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2, AIUGATOR.. TUESDAY JANUARY 16,1990POLICE -

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Murder Investigation ContinuesThe NW Fifth Ave., shortly after 1 am According to police : & Frames $49

Alachua County Sheriff Office is still inves- reports, Young removed a shotgun from inside the from
tigating the murder of a Gainesville woman found waist of his pants and fired once at Moore. Moore ran i Most pairs in One Hour 8 8a"

dead in her trailer home, said spokesman Spencer from the dance floor and Young fired again, hitting .: .=_=EYEGLASS -Off.Mmberrj Squirt.Pamirs Bullir,at l"p-Plaza :
Moore in the upper left shoulder. Young then fol- .. <*< '" s
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Eileen Jones, 67, of Windmeadows trailer park, lowed Moore outside, started walking away : OKI NOVA j
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sailant, Mann said. Jones' body was found Saturday where he was in stable condition Monday afternoon. FREE GLASSES :
morning by neighbors who noticed her door open. No Young was charged with attempted murder, and his
specific motive has been determined. Although a bail is set at $25,000. : Buy one pair at Reg. Price, :

cause of death is known, the Sheriffs Office refusedto I : get the second pair or a pair :
of contact lenses for FREE.
release any information. Q Woman Blows Whistle On RobberyIt a
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some
Before the autopsy, investigators were unsure didn't take much to discourage a purse snatcher : --......Poumaq zA- 5i
whether Jones was murdered because the body did from robbing Erica Merchantjust a whistle. i =EYEGLASS' Nt...B.",,Square I.U" PI'1 j
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police spokeswoman Lt Sadie Darnell. When the man
wounded and
with gunfire Sunday, leaving one man
threatened Merchant because she refused to him -
his alleged attacker in the Alachua County jail, said give $20.00: OFFAny
Gainesville police U. Scott Meffen. her purse, Merchant blew the whistle on her key chain
several times scaring the Darnell said.
suspect away,
George Franklin Young Jr., 18, approached Milton i Complete Pair

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TUESDAY,JANUARY 16,1990., ;ALLIGATOR..3



Party stopped



after shots firedBy



MIKE BRUSCELL

Alligator WriterA

fraternity party ended early Saturday morning whenan
r unidentified man fired gunshots into the house, Gaines-
wlW11N
ville police sad.

The party at Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, 1318 NW Third
Ave.,ended soon after members refused to let the suspect
and his two companions inside the party because they
didn't pay, spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. No inju-
ries were reported.

A "They continued to argue and try to start something,"
fti4 itl said Ken Howard, a Kappa Alpha Psi member who was at
r the party. "We were telling them to go."

The suspect went to his car and returned to the house
with a chrome revolver, Darnell said.

The suspect pointed the gun at UF student Arnette
Watson, then shot a beer bottle near her feet. He walkedto
the front porch and fired a shot into the doorjamb,
kicking the door in, Darnell said.

"The other guys got into the car," Kappa Alpha Psi
member Tony Henderson said. "The next thing you heard
was 'pop' gunshots."

After walking inside, the suspect fired a third shot into
the floor, then drove away with his two companions
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR heading west on Northwest Third Avenue, Darnell said.
More than 500 people marched Monday in Gainesville to pay tribute to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Interfraternity Council President Mike Puleo said fra-

ternities have become more security conscious in recent

Hundreds march to honor King years.faculty Despite chaperoning occasional would disturbances be excessive., such measures as

said. it's talk than "These students having the functions are adults," Puleo
pant "But more William Simmons,student services
VIRGINIA MAYA "
By said. take of themselves
'They
Alligator Writer anything. Things will get better, but assistant dean and director of UF's can care
we have to get the old generation with Institute of Black Culture, told the
More than 500 people marched their beliefs out of government." crowd that he was making his final Student to form

from Tigert Hall to Gainesville's Mark Dunmore Sr., a local business public address.
downtown plaza Monday to commem- owner said, "I'm here to cele- "I've seen too much. I've read too
orate the birthday of the Rev. Martin brate a leader who's given his life for much. I've learned too much. I know I
Luther King Jr.,paying little attentionto freedom. Since then we've made too much,"he said explaining why he advocacy group
the defacing of a downtown memo- some progress. Getting black elected was reluctant at first to speak on

rial.The officials is part of it, but t there's still Sunday and why he would no longer
monument in the Martin Luther more to go." speak publicly. for white

King Jr. Memorial Garden was Groups and organizations such as Simmons said he would not dwellon rightsBy
spray painted with the initials of the 99 and King's dream nor on his famous
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Project
Ku Klux Klan but Commissioner "
City ANA ACLE
members of the Rainbow Coalition words, "We shall overcome.
Rodney Long told those who gath- lined Martin Luther King Jr. Highwayto Twenty-two years later we have to Alligator WriterA
ered in the downtown plaza that van- else's dream the
begin the march. put somebody on UF student who said he's tired of the Black StudentUnion's
dalism would not affect the day's shelf and start developing some
one-sided views wants to form a "white studentunion"
Church and gospel singers
celebration. groups dreams of our own and start facing
carried banners that called for racial that would balance arguments about issues suchas
Former U.S. District Judge Alcee reality, Simmons said.
Hastings addressed the marchersand equality and freedom. Some walked Simmons blamed the U.S. govern- affirmative action.
and others danced as they rejoiced In UF electrical engineering junior Mark Wright said a
delivered a firm message to the ment for the death of famous leaders.
vandals. the celebration. Marchers wore T- white student union would "balance out"views spoken by
Earl have
"James
Ray pulled
shirts symbolizing black pride, unity may BSU. While BSU is saying blacks are underrepresentedat
"They can deface a monument, but the trigger,but the government killed
and freedom. The shirts were also UF, no one is saying that whites are underrepresentedin
they can't deface a memory or a move- Martin Luther King, he said with
ment he said. sold by various groups to raise money sports, Wright said.
cheering from the crowd. "The government
The march honoring the late civil for their organizations. killed John Kennedy, and "It is not a black/white issue, it is an economic issue,"

rights leader had different meaningsto Downtown, hundreds gathered to the government killed Malcolm X." Wright said, referring to financial aid and college admis-

different people."It hear gospel singing and joined in He said that in 22 years,blacks may sions. "But if you make it a black" issue, you need a white
and chantedthe student union to give their side.
represents everything he's clapping swaying as they
done,"" Fred Woods, a march partici- lyrics. see March: page 8 Wright also wants to start the student group becausehe
said he's tired of affirmative action, an issue he said is

Hastings make the government's way of "babying" blacks. Wright said
I' says blacks get special treatment in areas such as college
admission and financial aid while whites suffer double

King's dream realBy standards.
"The poorest person who walks into the office should

I get the money, not the poorest black person," Wright
,( ELIZABETH CLARKE
Alligator Writer said.But
not everyone believes the answer to Wright's com-
American leaders have lied to the public about the plaints is the formation of a white student union."I .
.
.. economic health of the country, gubernatorial candidateand feel that the man is uninformed," said Karl Rainhold,
r. Impeached U.S. District Judge Alcee Hastings told a NAACP Gator chapter vice president, "and if he has a
f '. crowd Monday. gripe with affirmative action,I'd be willing to bet he knows

.. More than 350 people gathered near the steps Tigert only a little about it."

.'.. r .. Hall Monday afternoon to listen to Hastings and celebrate Wright said groups such as the National Association for
.. k what would have been the 61st birthday of slain civil rights the Advancement of Colored People and BSU are lobbying
leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. organizations that push for black issues. But Wright said
there isn't a group that pushes specifically and peaceablyfor
President George Bush and Florida Governor Bob
.If? white issues especially the abolition of affirmative
Martinez have created an illusion of national prosperity, action.
disregarding gridlocked transportation, deterioration of
Rainhold said Wright's contention that whites need a
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR the environment, a decline in adequate health care and "
Impeached U.S. Judge and gubernatorial candidate an increase in drug use, Hastings said.' group to push for white issues is "founded on ignorance.
350 White issues are dealt with by default because it's a society
Alcee Hastings spoke to more than
people gathered in front of Tigert Hall. see Hastings, page 8 see Wright, page 11 i



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4,ALUCATOR TUCSDAY: ;JANUARY 16,0990ELSEWHERE .
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The J. Wayne Reitz Unionat

the University of Florida
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34 dead in Soviet ethnic fightingMOSCOW '90

(UPI) -The Soviet parliament declareda Armenians, mainly women and children, were Spring
state of emergency Monday in NagornoKarabakhand evacuated from Baku by boat across the Caspian Sea
other parts of violence-ravaged Azerbaijan wherea to the republic of Turkmenia, Izvestia said.
three-day, anti-Armenian rampage in the capital The dramatic rescue on two ferry boats took the LeisureCourses 9a.m. 6p.ni
Baku, has left more than 30 people dead. Armenian women and children from Baku on the First Floor;
The declaration came hours after Soviet Prime western edge of the Caspian to Krasnovodsk on the
Minister Nikolai Ryzhkov said military force will haveto eastern side in Turkmenia,Izvestia said. It did not say Reitz Union
be used to prevent civil war between Christian when the evacuation took place. .
Armenians and Moslem Azerbaijanis because of the "The local authorities are helpless," wrote Izvestia .
anti-Armenian rampage.At correspondent Yuri Orlik. "Sometimes they do not classes begin January 22 .
least 34 people have died and at least 34 have even try to stop the extremists as it was in Nakichevan For Man Information CaD 393.1665 R ,
been injured in the ethnic fighting, Soviet televisionsaid. (where Azerbaijanis battered down the barbed wire
The daily Izvestia newspaper said the toll was border with Iran two weeks ago)."
likely to rise and that clashes took place for the third "Literally 65 feet from a police station, two charred
consecutive day Monday.The corpses had been tossed on a garbage heap like
official Tass news agency did not release detailsof horrible black dolls and bodies were being burned at
the emergency measures ordered by Moscow. the train station square," a correspondent for the 30% to 50% OFF
The parliament's presidium, or executive arm, im- official Tass news agency said in a dispatch from Baku.
posed the state of emergency at a meeting presidedover "In front of our very eyes, soldiers repulsed two EVERYTHING
by Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev, Tass said. young men who were dragging a woman into the
"The presidium of the Supreme Soviet, after dis- yard," the correspondent said. J
cussing the situation in Nagorno-Karabakh and other Soldiers were trying to stem the ethnic violence .
regions of Azerbaijan,issued a decree imposing a state without weapons in order to limit the number of i
of emergency in Nagorno-Karabakh and other regions casualties, Tass said.
oi:Azerbaijan," Tass said. The entire Soviet republic of Azerbaijan appearedto
Ryzhkov, KGB chief Vladimir Kruchkov, Interior be sliding into chaos. Soviet troops flown in to stop
Minister Vadim Bakatin and other senior government the bloodshed were ambushed at the airport Sundayin
officials spoke at the meeting, it said. A total of 660 Kirovabad, a regional center.

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demonstrators stormed the East Berlin headquartersof refugees could cause East Germany to "disintegrate,"
the hated Stasi secret police Monday, hurling rushed to the headquarters to appeal for calm.
furniture from the windows and hanging a skeleton Opposition leaders interrupted their weekly"round-
outside the building bearing the slogan, "Against a table"meeting with government officials and raced to
revival of the Stasi," the official East German news the building in an effort to bring the protest under
agency ADN reported.The control. An opposition leader issued an appeal by
protesters, ignoring appeals to refrain from television for the demonstrators to halt their action.
violence, rampaged through the security police head- Witnesses said the building had been plunderedand
quarters for an hour as an estimated 100,000 people damaged.East .
demonstrated outside in a rally called by the New German television interrupted its program-
Forum opposition group,East German television said. ming to read a government statement that said the RODERICK'SClassic
The opposition New Forum called the rally to country's young democracy was in "great danger."
demand a quicker dismantling of the state security "Irresponsible elements under cover of darkness Clothing for'the Young Professional
which is dissolved stormed and wrecked the former Creekside Mall 3501 SW 2nd Ave.
police, being by the new govern- headquarters of the
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launched an unarmed Trident 2 missile from a was the 26th test flight of a Trident 2, the Navy's
submerged nuclear submarine Monday, pressing most powerful weapon system, the seventh from a
ahead with an accelerated test program to clear the submarine and the first this year for the crew of the MODEL
way for operational deployment in March. Tennessee,which conducted the most recent test firing
The 126,000-pound, three-stage missile, carrying a Dec. 15.The .
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submarine was cruising submerged about 50 miles on the high seas,including clash with the Navy
east of Cape Canaveral. Dec. 4 In which one of the activists'ships was rammed
Propelled to the ocean surface by a powerful chargeof and damaged.The .
compressed gas, the solid-fuel missile was fired Air Force spokeswoman said no one attemptedto
toward an undisclosed target in the South Atlantic or interfere with the launching Monday.
Indian oceans.A Including 19 test firings from a ground pad at the
media pool normally activated to cover such Cape Canaveral Air Force Station,the Trident 2 record Is coming to the
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16, 1990:ALLIGATOR.' ; 5


Program recyclesold Trip to Tallahassee fails to change



phone JUDY SCHRAMM booksBy proposed plans for women's clinic


Alligator Writer Chancellor Reed says issue should have been resolved at UF
Old phone books that normally stay stashed in : .
kitchen drawers may be more valuable than some By MIKE CARR team approacn a bias ana said ne wanted 'How a waiting room is organized
people realize. Alligator Writer to be open about it with the students. should not affect how you feel,"Reed said.
"I'm on the board of a health maintenance "Nobody knows if you're there for a
UF administrators
and student
hope to
groups The four students who traveled to organization,and we deliver better bruised knuckle or an ear ache.When the
collect at least 20,000 by the end of the week, said
Tallahassee Friday couldn't convince health care by using the health care team doctor sees you, it's by yourself. It's the
UF law student Tad Delegal, who organized a
State University System Chancellor approach," he said. attitude of the health care provider that's
began campuswide Monday.phone-book recycling effort that Charles Reed to save the UF Women's The students campus NOW president important."

Clinic. Tovce Leap-! Grapski said the trip was worth it.
Students faculty and staff have until to
,
Friday Citing his own ex- "How waiting is ette, Campus Organized "We brought (Reed) up-to-date on
a room
exchange phone books for coupons to receive a perience and the Against things he did not realize."
free medium-sized soft drink at any Gator Dining success of general- organized should not affect Rape President
Service cafeteria, said Al Krause, UF solid waste ized health care at
Wendy Maynard,
coordinator. the University of how you feel. No- COAR member
.Members of Student Government,Delta SigmaPi North Carolina, knows Betty Campbell and
and the Environmental Law Society will dis- Reed said he was body if you'retherefor Grapski traveledto f
tribute coupons at the law school,Turlington Hall, sold on the team ap- a bruised the capitol be- p
Business Administration Building and Black Hall. proach that UF administrators cause they opposed
Collection bins also will be placed in commuterlots favor. knuckle or an earache. Kellett's plan to re-
and outside most of the'main buildings on But the studentsstill place specialty clin-
campus for those who don't mind foregoing the claimed success Charles Reed ics at the Infirmarywith
free soft drink, Krause said. for a number of rea SUS ChancellorReed five health care
The books will be shipped to Venezuela, where sons. They said teams.___n!_.
they will made into wall insulation,he said.They was the first official to treat them Reed asked students why they had by-
will replace tree fiber normally used in the pro- like adults because he took time to learn passed Student Affairs Vice President Art
cess. about the issues and because he promisedto Sandeen and Interim President Robert
The bins are not meant for recycling newspa- have a colleague call UF today in sup- Bryan.
pers and other paper products, Krause said. port of open dialogue on the issue. "We did not feel they would be recep- A Vk
UF groups are working with the Gainesville and Ill express our concern that this con- tive," Leggette said.
Alachua County governments to lengthen the life versation could have occurred in Gaines- But Reed said, The problems need to
of the Alachua County landfill, which was built to ville rather than Tallahassee,"said Health be worked out at UF. (UF president-elect) i WOMEM'SALLIGATOR
last Into the early 1990s.A new landfill would cost Affairs Vice Chancellor Pat Haynie who Dr. Lombardi! and Dr. Bryan need to be
$50,000. Reed has asked to make the call. brought in.Student business is their busi
Thanks to intense concentrated efforts of the Students were also pleased with Reed ness. You deserve time to have them
residents of the city and county, the landfill will because they said he judged the meritsof discuss the issue with you."
last into the mid-1990s," Krause said. the two health care systems fairly. Although calling for more local dialogue
The campus program was coordinated on short "He is for the team approach for a Reed offered his opinion on the
notice, after Krause learned phone books could reason-because he has experience withit co-educational waiting rooms Kellett has
be used in the recycling process. ," off-campus: Student Senator Charlie proposed. Maynard said many UF women PHOTO
"We were offered the opportunity in late De- Grapski said. won't feel as comfortable seeking care Joyce Leggette is president of UF
cember. It's too good a thing to pass up,"he said. Reed called his experience with the from a clinic that also treats men. Campus NOW.MOONSTRUCK.

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6,AWGATOR.,TUESDAY,JANUARY 16.1990

OPINIONSGive



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him a chanceUF's -' .

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golden son has returned. Sure, everyone knows :,. ; :i.;
that. Everyone has seen the pictures and heard the talk ;.::.-
about how UF's drowning football image will be saved. I IYa

For the first time ever, Coach Steve and his offensive ,
coaching staff were introduced to the students more
than 9,000 of them during Saturday's basketball
halftime. They received a standing ovation, needless to
say. In fact, most of the student section bowed when the

man took center court. Milk
Yet there are those who would love to blacken Coach

Steve's luster. Those people say things are too good to
be true or doubt that he can really graduate 70 percent of
UF football players. You know those people, the annoy.
ing pessimists who always complain about missing four
points on an exam when they set the curve with a 96.
It's those people who like to take the air out of our '

lofty dreams and bring us down to earth. When one con-
cerned Gator reminded us that our quarterback legend ''
never graduated, our hearts sunk. It couldn't be.true. Our : j

image of Coach Steve was blemished.But Y.
there's an explanation (whew). Quarterback Spur-
rier didn't graduate while he was here in the'60s but

came back to get his degree in 1981. Coach Steve, UF's
first and only Heisman Trophy winner, had to miss two SEC pressure leads to dishonestyAs

weeks of school during his senior year to attend several
a former UF student and Alligator sports writer,
banquets across the country to collect kudos for winningthe
-> David Miller
I get a feeling of deja vu every time I read about
Heisman Trophy the annual award for the best col- scandals.regarding the Gator football team. S

lege football player. Although the Gators went 8-2 in 1966, and 8-1-1 in PORTS TALKEvery
When he returned from the trip, he had been kicked 1969,alumni were upset that Coach Ray Graves hadn't
out of two classes for unexcused absences and given fail won the all-important Southeastern Conference cham- time I read about Watergate or Irangate, I
ing grades. Spurrier took those courses again and passed pionship. The alumni forced Graves to resign after think of the sports scandals at UF and realize that
the 1969 season and hired Doug Dickey, who had led dishonesty and hypocrisy are not confined to politics.As .
them but only three credits from teaching inter-
a
away Tennessee to a pair of conference championships. soon as the Gator football team got off probationa
nship, he dropped out of school to play for the San Fran- Despite Dickey's reputation as an ethical coach, in few years ago, Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger
cisco 49ers. 1976 the Gators offered a football-track scholarshipto !begged for an opportunity to play in a bowl game,
In 1981, Spurrier came back to UF. He took two cor- Baker County senior Houston McTear, who didn't despite a record of 6-5.
respondence courses, used his coaching experience as in- even manage to graduate form high school Florida's recent 34-7 loss in a second-rate bowl
ternships and earned a degree in physical education. The reason was obvious:McTear,one of the fastest gives me a small amount of sadistic glee, but not
sprinters in the world, might have helped the Gator much.No one but myself seems to object to the Gators'
While a lot of people may be criticizing him for taking football team win the coveted SEC championship. pathetic actions in recent years.In .
18 years to get his degree while demanding that his stu- McTear didn't come to UF, and Dickey remained my first year at UF, 1966-67, Steve Spurrier was
dent-athletes graduate, we think it takes guts. A lot of under constant pressure to produce an SEC champion. the starting quarterback for the football team and a
guts. And it commands respect. This 10-year professional Although he had a winning record, Dickey was fired senior at UF. Spurrier signed a lucrative contract with
athlete-turned-coach left his job to go back to school. before the last game of the 1978 season. (lie San Francisco 49ers, lasting 10 years in the NFL
He was replaced in 1979 Pell who before what else
by Charley had becoming ? a coach.
We to hell with the and "Go 'em
pessimists
say get broken NCAA recruiting rules at Clemson, a team So now it is 1990, and Steve Spurrier has been
Coach Steve. that would win the 1981 college championship. Pell hired as the Gators' new head coach. It's fitting thata
managed to get the Gators and Clemson on NCAA dumb, but successful, jock should become head
probation. man at a university that makes Richard Nixon and
Making progressMonday The Gators went 9-1-1 in both '84 and '85, proof the Reagan gang look ethical by comparison.
that cheating pays off.The Gator Boosters gave Char
was much more than a day free from class. By ley Pell a $28,000 car as a going-away present, proof David Miller is a graduate who is still trying to
celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day, our campus and that dishonesty is rewarded and valued highly at UF. get a Polish-American novel published.

community recognize the impact and importance of the LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
civil rights leader's struggle against bigotry and hatred.
The community has celebrated King's life for the past Clinic article had This is particularly distressingwhen There are two veterans on the
few years by holding marches and speeches. By continu- you consider that this articleis executive board of the Florida
fighting to save the women's Federation of College Republicans.John .
ing the many celebrations again this year the holiday grammar errors
clinic. I ask that you and your copy TItkanich our secretary,I
gains more respect. The more people realize the impact Editor: This letter is in regard to chief, not to mention your served in the elite Rangers of the I
King made on all of our lives, the sooner hatred and your article written by Mike Carr on reporters, keep an eye on these U.S. Army and I served as an assault -
misunderstandings will disappear. Jan. 12. factual and grammatical errors. vehicle crewman.If I

Many black leaders say the struggle is far from over First, it is only implied that Daniel R. Geraldson a conflict had arisen duringour I
and they are right. But the positive impact the holiday Joyce Leggette is the president of 2MD tours,we both would have been Ion
makes is a sign that ignorance is starting to be, replaced. UF's National Organization for Republicans the front lines. It was the example -
Women,she is not really given that serve of men like George Bush I
title properly in the article. in the and Oliver North who inspired us Ito
alligator Secondly, and more horribly, in military, too serve in the defense of our!
EditorLucy' the second column the article Editor: Robert Raulerson's com- country.. I
Chabot states that Leggette was"unable to mentary questioning the courage of There Is one question you won't!
get fingers support." Republicans is ludicrous and uncalled Include in your political trivia
Managing Editor Opinions Editor I was surprised at this. Not be- for. game: If the American govemmen!
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton cause she was unable to get the I graduated a invades Nicaragua, UF's College!
semester
early
Letter Policy support of the Health Affairs Associate from high school so I could join Democrats will be found where? I
letter to the editor should not exceed 200 word (ibout one 8-by-10 page). They should be Vice President Ken Finger, the United States Marine Corps They won't be found at all, noi
typed, double-spaced end signed They should Include I typed name, address end telephone but because she was unable to get and serve in this I
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just ceuse IT you have questions call my country. I was a country anyway.
the editorial page editor at 3784458. fingers support instead of Finger'ssupport Republican then and I'm a College Robert ChadweW

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: Senate to fill vacant executive posts

Chemical fire damages

I Request to bring Roots author also_ will be voted on

By ANTHONY LEDERMAN senators will interview tonight. local bathtub producer

Alligator Writer Former Senate President Pro Tempore Joe
Bazenas also resigned last semester because he noon."About $65,000 total damage
Still rested from winter break,student senators By MIKE BRUSCELLAlligator
graduated and will not re-enroll until his doctoral was done to the building and equip-
are getting back to work tonight,ready to fill two Writer
I I program begins in the fall. Recommendations for ment inside, Williams said.
executive positions and handle anything else that
his position will come from senators at the meet- A chemical explosion and fire deGainesville Fire Inspector Par-
comes Senate up. President Amira Trebincevic has ing but Sen.Elizabeth Deibler already knows she stroyed part of a local bathtub manufacturing ise said flammable liquids, probably
scheduled the wants the job. plant and caused several acetone or resin, were ignited by an
meeting with an agenda,an emergency
agenda and the possibility of a double This is my fourth semester in Senate," said businesses to be evacuated Monday, unidentified heat source, causing
Gainesville Fire offithe fire. Both used to
Department liquids are
meeting. Deibler, who is the current chairwoman of
cials said. manufacture tubs.
"Because of the three day weekend, we don't Senate's Budget and Finance committee. "It's a fiberglass
know what's going to be going on in there," position I've always looked up to." The explosion occurred at about Although most of the chemicals
Trebincevic said. 10:45: am at Southpoint Baths,2933 in the building were toxic, the heat
Senators must choose both an interim student No bills are scheduled to be heard,but Senator NE 20th Way, said Assistant Fire from the fire dissipated them to un-
body treasurer and a new Senate president pro Ross Bilbrey will ask to pass a special funding Chief Richard Williams.The fire was harmful levels, Williams said.
request by the Black Student Union to bring
tempore during the 7 p.m. meeting. put out in 14 minutes and no injuries The smoke that was released in
Roots author Alex Haley to UF in February for
Former Student Body Treasurer Alan Levine Black History Month. were reported. the air might have been a little toxic,
resigned in December because he accepted an Businesses on Northeast 20th but it dissipates pretty quickly," he
internship in Orlando and could not do both jobs. The bill had passed last semester, but Levine Way were evacuated for about 30 said.
His term would have ended next month when vetoed the bill for technical, legal reasons, minutes and firefighters closed the Williams said a belt used to heat
the winner of this semester's student election said. He said he the rewrittenbill
Bilbrey expects block where the fire was until about resin drums may have overheated.
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mind, his caring attitude or his vision for
MARCHfrom HASTINGSfrom America."
page 3 page 3
Hastings announced That vision includes defending
have come too far economically, politically and He said his purpose at the Rev. Martin plans to enter the Florida women's rights to abortions. "A woman's
socially. Luther King Jr. tribute was to "lift the choice in this very moral issue is always
"But we've come so far today that many of us memory of one of the world's greatest gubernatorial race Oct. her right," he said as the crowd cheered.
don't know who and what we are," he said. "Of leaders," but he focused instead on spe-
the different cultures in America today, we are cific political issues. 20, 1989.
said he carried
the only ones who try to integrate." Other cultures Politicians must recognize things suchas Hastings Alachua
but not whites, who he said County in the 1970 Democratic primary
he said, maintain their identity.He increases in prisoner population, the blacks by
criminal. for the U.S. Senate and that he expects to
announced that although he does not"havea growing drug problem and the impendingloss consider Hastings a in
Alachua County the 1990
for
problem" with inter-racial marriages, he be- of vital rivers and lakes throughout The U.S. Senate convicted Hastings of carry race
lieves they will weaken the black culture. the state, Hastings said. conspiring to obtain a $150,000 bribe and governor.
I removed him from office October 20. He
"How can we develop as a strong people in this "Are we doing all we can to make Dr.
announced plans to enter the race for Black Student Union member
country if we dilute our very own essence?" he King's dream a reality?" he asked the Cherry
said. "What we've got to do is learn to love crowd.A governor of Florida the same day. Celestine said Hastings would be a good
ourselves. And when we learn to love ourselves, true participatory democracy, in Simmons said Hastings is respected by candidate for governor but that she wasn't
we will respect ourselves. And when we respect which all races work together to solve thecountry's black people for his efforts to uphold the sure he could overcome people's preju-
ourselves we will develop unity and strength." problems, only comes with education Constitution while he was a U.S. district dices and actually win the Democratic
The crowd applauded as Simmons told them Hastings said. The only other judge, and because he is "a fighter for nomination.
the way to gain strength is by owning land. option is "the divisive notion of the rich truth and justice"Being
"You cannot be free until you are economicallyfree get richer and the poor get poorer." impeached only means that he Student Senator Raymond Sweet said
,"he said. "And if you don't control the land, William Simmons, student services as- was fired, something which has happenedto "Hastings gave a great speech and didn't
you don't control anything." sistant dean and director of the Instituteof many Americans Simmons said. sugarcoat the truth"but added that he was
Alligator Writer Lisa Schmidt contributed to this Black Culture, introduced Hastings as Hastings, upon reaching the podium, unsure that being a good speaker indi-
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Incas hidden in the Andes kets today, he said. "In Miami,
ALL OVER TAN with Solar's New deep National Research Council to iden-
Mountains of South America that there's a store that carries 400
TANNING SUITSFOR tify more than 70 South American
MEN AND WOMEN intrigues Hugh Popenoe, directorof crops and to encourage merchantsto different fruits and vegetables.
ALLOWS PENE.TRATION OF UVA international for UF. Compare that to when I was a boy
RAYS equivalent wearing programs stock such foods as quinoa, a
an SPF 10 lotion So much, in fact, that he wantsto grain, and cherimoya a fruit. and the stores only had about 12
Completely opaque NON SEE THRU to the human eye when wom bring it back and share it with Van Crowder, a UF professor of different types.
against the skin (wet or dry) the rest of the world. But it's not agricultural communication, has
Exciting high fashion Italian prints the lost people's gold or silver thathe's tasted both. "If we can generate interest here
GOOD FOR INDOOR AND OUTDOOR TANNING. interested in it's their gro- The quinoa is very high in pro- for these crops and work with

( ingle Session-v1-Month Unlimited"2 ii i Weeks- iiniTtedi: cery lists. tein and is usually served in a tasty these people to increase their
Tasty and highly nutritious soup with other vegetables and yield, this could be a very good
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dores and subsequent upper "It's the tastiest fruit I've ever vived smear campaigns to become
classes shunned them, Popenoesaid. had,"he said."It is very sweet, has staples of American diet.
white flesh and black seeds. They
WANTED To them it was the food of the mix the juice with milk in the "It's not like we're unfamiliarwith
: lower classes and Indians," he blender to create a milk shake-type food from this area,"he said.
said."Because of that they refusedto drink that is sometimes spiked "It's just a matter of getting people
eat much themselves or export with rum. Either way it is excel- interested in these new varieties.
the plants to anyone else." lent." Personally,I believe that if peopleever
STUDENTS WITH SKIN But today's merchants are be- Popenoe said the crops will tasted them they'd be hooked
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Breaking down barriers I Athletes


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building, built in 1955 5, has a set of steps The Laws '" -. overcome
Lowndes, one of five students on the Com- .. :--
leading to its entrance and another set inside ..... :-
leading down to floor level.. The building's' mittee on Disabled Persons, said her goal is to '": .' .. z t
bathroom is on the raised section, making it make life easier for UF's' future disabled stu ''tI: '." + i
unreachable wheelchair.The dents.. ,< cs. '. f, '' ] frailty
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only way a person in a wheelchair can "It wasn't' just me looking for special treat ,, : : ;. !11; .t<. '
get to the building's' second or third floor is bya ment or anything," l Lowndes said.. "These are '" : ...t ,. : ("' .r." .. .,,.. '." :to'' ,

a freight elevator. Those elevators have doors things that morally and legally have to be .; ., '',"I''; .,' "" .. .. .. ; _______ stigma
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that slide up and down and must be lifted done.." .' "f" kp" "': > .. :
manually a difficult maneuver from a sitting While moral necessity is debatable, Newman
position, and an impossible one for people with says the wording in state and campus regula-- I 1"7 7b ..... By y Geoff Boucher

limited upper body strength. tions often lets UF avoid costly renovations. Imagine a Los Angeles Lakers-

Wheelchair access to above-ground floors in "Most people think accessibility means that d dt style fast break, with players racing
Larsen Hall, Fine Arts Building C and the every space in every building is accessible." downcourt, grunting as they crash
Mechanical Engineering building also is lim Newman said.. "But that's' not what the codes full speed into defenders,trying to get
ited to freight elevators which have stickers say or what the current thinking is trying to 'Js w N ,y, A position for the shot.. Now, try that
that say "Not for passenger use.." do.." t 1 f fFIh with everyone riding in 16-pound
Not all the barriers are in old buildings, The codes governing UF are based on "pro- wheelchairs.You .

though.. Newman, also a member of the Committee gram accessibility," a concept letting the older w might call it hell on wheels.Or .
on Disabled Persons, said the obstacles!> buildings on campus remain inaccessible as you might call it the special
are surprisingly widespread on campus-even long as the services housed in them are available brand of basketball played by the
in new laciiiues.. elsewhere. Osfield said the system works rf4 North Florida Renegades, the Gaines-
"Ii \you' asked me a coupie of years ago about well!. ville-based affiliate of the National
-campus: accessibility, I would have said, ''Gee, '"The university is pretty much accessible Wheelchair Basketball Association.The .
...
it It's's great." Newman said. "Now I'd' say it's' not And the university is responsive in situations l Renegade's' starting roster in-
a as!' good as I used to think.. I'm' a lot more where it's' not," Osfield said. "If a student has cludes three UF students who helped
sensitive to the problems since I've' worked an accessibility problem because of a class in push the t team to the upper echelonof
with the committee."I'm Anderson Hall, we move the class." the NWBA's' 170 teams.. The last
an architect and I work with architects, Osfield said instructors are helpful with published standings had this season's'
so I'd' like to think we do just swell," Newmansaid. class-swapping and usually arrange for new G ,rRr squad, 8-2, ranked 20th in the nation..
"But we don't' there's' a lot of oversights. meeting places the first week of class. But not I : is; The team may have slipped in the

Quite frankly, none of us are handicapped and all programs can be moved so easily.. poll after hosting a national tourna--
we miss some things that could be a problem." UF's' one and only financial aid departmentis !' ment during the weekend at P.K..

An oversight also can be made if planners also located in Anderson Hall, putting the The first floor bathroom in UF's' Aerospace Engineering building Is at the top of a set of steps, making It unreachable for people in Yonge High School.. The Renegadeswent
assume only people in wheelchairs face the offices out of reach for wheelchair-bound stu- wheelchairs like law school senior Dug Jones 1.1 in the tournament, losing
inadvertent obstacles. Many blind people com- dents.. Students who can't' use the two sets of 64-50 to the unranked Eastern Para--
plain about metal ashtrays, shaped like upside- steps leading to the office use a special tele-- it then they won't' be able to support them- braille books I needed," Oates said.. ""They student Dug Jones said that attitude can back lyzed Veterans Association from New
down helmets, that jut out from walls. The phone outside to summon a staff member who selves," she said.. ""That's' all there is to it" didn't' know what they were doing." fire."A "s .
ashtrays are placed too high to be detected by brings information to them. The Attitudes Oates said his frustration with administrators lot of times people come in and they York.Dug Jones, a 31-year-old UF law
canes and often result in sore ribs. Osfield said the call-in procedure will be Schwartz said the best way to improve cam- is a thing of the past. UF's' approach choose not to identify themselves as disabled student who starts at guard, said the
Learning about the specific problems expe-- scrapped next year when the financial aid offices pus is to improve the people on campus. And improved drastically with the arrival of Osfield, because they think they can get by if they have teams'' game average of 6 65-70 points
rienced by disabled people is the goal of Exceptional move into the new student services build the best way to do that is education. he said. something like a 40 percent disability," said makes the sport more exciting than.

People, a course designed to increase ing being added to Peabody Hall.. "Education leads to understanding," "He is just great," Oates said.. "He's' made a Jones, who suffered a spinal cord injury when people might think.
awareness and understanding of disabilities.. Administrators said accessibility is being Schwartz said. "I believe the attitudes are improving real effort to listen and comply. So many good he was 16. "It's's surprisingly fastpaced and it's'
"
Course professor Stuart Schwartz said accessi-- watched closely at the Peabody Hall addition over the years,but we still have a long things have happened under Ken Osfield.. ""The thing is, if they don't' tell the university surprisingly physical as a sport, said
bility is hard to define, much less attain.. and in the other nine projects that will be under way to go in educating the faculty and staff so There are a lot of good things at UF for disabled about their disability and at some point it Jones, who was confined to a wheel
"You can usually get fairly high accessibility, construction on campus in the next few we can continue improving the attitude toward people." becomes a problem interfering with school, chair after a spinal cord injury at 16.
but it will never be perfect," Schwartz said. months.. Oversights of the past are being usedas individuals with disabilities"Bad The "good things" at UF include VocalEyes, then they might run into some trouble,"Jones "It's' a lot like college basketball."
'"That's' mostly because no two disabilities are lessons for the future, a trend Lowndes finds attitudes and misunderstandings be where students can get audio said. The rules are the same as NCAA
can visually impaired
alike. Say both of us are in a wheelchair, but pleasing.. barriers ,. competition, except offensive playersare
as real and imposing as inaccessible recordings of textbooks, and Project Don, a
you have more upper body strength.. There are '"There's'' one thing that's' always been important buildings.. Latin and history major James Oates voice-activated computer.. UF also hires "Like if they're'' vision-impaired, but it only r ,,, r allowed in the shooting lane for
going to be places you can go that I can't.' to me-handicapped people should have said it took him three years, three administrators notetakers and interpreters and funds two happens when they're under stress, then they five seconds instead of three and
"The larger problem is the thinking behindit the to education Lowndes said. backcourt fouls always earn two free
access an with test.
and one dropped semester to figure out handivans which drive disabled students could have a legitimate problem a
it, he said. "We need to be totally cognizantto r throws. Players are allowed two
need the because
'They opportunity they'renot how a blind student could succeed at UFo. around But they never told anybody at student services
the needs of disabled people.. The newer going to be able to work in any type of Oates 22 had campus. about the 'condition. You can see how that pushes on their wheels between drib-
,
be built the letter problems with Osfield's two The Loners bles and there is doubledribblerule.
buildings can to and spirit of physical labor or at McDonald's or something. bad no
le
might e a thing.
the law, and there will still be some flaws." '"They'' need education. If they don't' have predecessors problems which pushed himto Some disabled students prefer to face the ? .
drop an 18-hour schedule last their Despite the risks, many students keep their
year."I daily challenges of college life on own. ""The main thing is everyone has to
PHOTOS BY couldn't' get student services to give me a These students think UF can't' do anything for disabilities off their records.. Osfield said the keep their butts on the chair, which

.A w reader to read (handouts and class packets) for them, so they don't' even bother to tell administrators see Barrier*, page 16 keeps the less disabled guys from
SUZETTE COOK me and they didn't' know how to get me the that they have a problem.. But law twisting around and hopping up,"said

Steve Schwarz, starting center and a
Accessibility Hot Spots UF therapeutic recreation major,
Schwarz said varying degrees of
B The UF Committee on Disabled Persons compiled this! list of.accesslbll' problems around campus. These 21 projects, spread disability prompted the NWBA to set

''INi throughout 17 buildings, don't' represent all the barriers to disabled students e just the ones being looked at for correction now. up a system to make sure teams

"weren't' made up of guys with their
Building Problem Estimated Cost Project Status big toes cut off."

Aerospace Engineering Freight elevator conversion no estimate I yet t Under review The system assigns points to differ-

Black Hall Freight elevator needs conversion. $$33,000, Under reviewBryan ent types of disabilities. Players with
i Hall Freight elevator needs conversion $$60,000, Under reviewChemical limited motion because of chest-high
review spinal injuries are assigned one point, if
Engineering $$28,500, Under
Freight elevator needs conversion
, Fine Arts Building no estimate yet Under review while spinal injuries around the waist
Freight elevator needs conversion
i ktW Florida Gym $$600 Under review level are worth two points..
Accessibility sign needed
disabilities like
Less
restraining ,
Holland Law Center Restroom needs $$7,000, ApprovedApproved
renovations worth three
amputees, are points.
Lake $$11,000
Wauburg ,
Overall accessibility The five the court can't'
players on
review
Larsen Hall $$25,000, Under
,1- Freight elevator needs conversion exceed total of 12 points at time.
a any
: reviewMechanical
& Library East Restrooms need renovation $$75,000, Under !
review Jones said the Renegades are no
Engineering Freight elevator $$75.000. Under
needs conversion
James Oates, a UF ju .- Norman Hall Computer lab accessibility needs improvement $$3,500, Under review 292-73 stranger record to success since, accumulating the franchise's'a
nior majoring in Latin Nuclear Science Freight elevator needs conversion $75,000$ Under review
birth in 1976 and finishing the 1980-
and history, reads O'Connell Center New disabled entrance needed $$25,000, ApprovedApproved
Virgil's'. Aeneid. For O'Connell' Center Viewing panels needed to replace eye-level rails $$4.000. see Basketball, page 16
most students the Rogers Hall Needs wheelchair lift installed $$25.000. Under review
text is 473 pages, Rogers Hall Restroom needs renovations $$5,000, Under review Jason Clark of London, Ontario,

but Oates'' braille version Tigert Hall Elevator call button too high $$2,400, ApprovedApproved comes up against Florida Rene--

Is 29 volumes Tigert Hall Wheelchair lift needs improvement $$3,000, r gade Dug Jones during the
a total of about 4000 Well Hall Computer lab accessibility needs Improvement $$3.500. Under reviewWilliamson NWBA tournament held In .
pages. Hall Elevator needs renovation $$34.000. Under review Gainesville during the weekend.J4 .




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191 students registered as disabledis
an inaccurate number,especially
considering the broad definition of
the classification which includes
44J everything from blindness to arthritis
to emotional disorders."I .

know there are more than we
have registered because I see students
in wheelchairs on campus all
the time who I don't recognize,"
Osfield said. "A lot of them come
in late in their academic careers,
as juniors or seniors,and they want
their jadependence. Others have
had a bad experience with admin-
istrations and they go and do ev-
erything on their own."

Osfield also said some students
with disabilities try to escape the
e stigma of being lumped togetherwith
"people that have something
wrong with them." It's an attitude
that upsets journalism graduate
student Rod Leonard."They're .


r ,.. ,.. y hurting other disabled
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students, and they're not doing
PHOTOS BY SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR "
themselves good, Leonard,
The Florida Renegades gather for a team huddle before a game during the weekend. The any
; 30, said. "You have to say 'Yes, I
Renegades finished fifth in the tournament which boasted four NWBA top 20 teams. have these problems.. It's the ma-
Right U F advertising junior Matt Sterling has been playing for the Renegades for more ture attitude to have."
than two years.

we play them." Leonard is confined to a wheel-
BASKETBALL The NWBA traces back to the late 1940s chair by osteogensis imperfecta, a
from page 15 when thousands of soldiers returned from disease he refers to as "lousy
Europe and the Pacific in wheelchairs. Mem- bones*
1981 season ranked second in the nation. And bership grew again in the 70s, when Vietnam
unlike their biggest rival, Nashville's Music tripled the number of players. He said disabled people need to
City Lightning, their "The reason the be recognized and active, and one
on-the-court success NWBA got where it'swasnotaresultofabig way to do that is through groups
'We're not just things in achair at is because of Vietnam like Physically Limited University
budget. when all these
Students which he said has a
"We lost two of our we're real people young guys came woefully low membership."I .
best players in the last home disabled, but
with real feelings. still wanted to be
two years because they.
go( to a PLUS meeting and I
other teams could pay Matt Sterling active, Schwarz said. see 10 or 15 students out of, what,
them more money and "It's just now getting to
hundreds? Sometimes I get more
let them play against UF advertising major where the teams aren't upset with disabled people than the
all Vietnam veterans
better competition,
groups that are supposed to be
Jones said. ." because they .are get helping them," Leonard said.
The Lightning beat the Renegades three ting'older. "Sometimes they have the attitude
times on the way to a national championship Sterling said the sport is another way disabled that all the things in the world
last season. The defeats did not sit well with people can prove they aren't fragile and should be there for them."
UF advertising major Matt Sterling, also a they aren't inhuman. .
starter. "If you want things in this world

"We just want to kick their butts so bad," "We're not just things in a chair, we're real you've got to fight for them and"
advocate for them.It's that
Sterling said. "We get real pumped up when people with real feelings." simple.


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just wanted it a little too much." page 26 there any pressure from people around you?
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same pressure every year
Kutcher, rival Brenn-
around).Things are kind of crazy." expected to ZA that I don't like to lose. We're going to try to
alt for the all-around title, still
Weaver said that Titus will be JL Afield the best team we possibly can. The I
learning a few new things this year, turned out a few strong perfor- spring practice and the fact that he would just be out schedule's a lot tougher next year than it's been the
She second in the
and will most likely be in the all- mances. placed there in shorts and a helmet most days. We're not few years past, but how good we can be I just don't I
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around competition by season's all-around with 37.05, three- going to put him in the scrimmages and get hit. He know.A lot's going to depend on spring practice and
a only
end.She said the only gymnast not doesn't need to prove he can run the football. He just the summer. Maybe a lot of guys will go to summer
tenths of behind Brennalt.
mentally ready for the meet was a point needs to learn the offense and run plays with dummiesin school, work out and develop some team unity. We
sophomore Melissa Kutcher. "I'm not ecstatic,"Kutcher said. practice. can be very good, III say that.

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RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN.Block MOBILE HOMES:

1 FURNISHEDNew from UF, Large Rooms utilities paid, 3 FOR RENTSALENear III ClassifiCations 0 How to place a

t Cox Cable, nice. Call Greg 376-3291
(turn 2br, 2ba condo wash/dry, security $150-225/mo rent 1--26-11 UF lots lor rent, long term RVs ,.. classified ad: .
locks, pool tennis, racquet ball, 140mo. Nice MH rentals, resales, 378. 1 rl or Rent: Furnished .
$475/mo. Call collect 407-876-4207. 1- Bicycle Club 9291 Arredondo Farm Mobile Home 2 Far Rent Unfurnished > In Person: .
24.10.1 Move In Sp.clalloup'a Park. 1-199-3, Cash, check "MC or VISA.
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House for N/S serious female 2br/2ba Alligator
bedroom
own Best buyl 2bdr/1 ba. new wash/dry, screen '
$200/mo Including util. a/c. phone, great roommate floor plan porch & bike to campus $4900, call 335- For Ren1/ale/ 1105. W. University. Av.
laundry, safe area, 15mn bike. Call 376- great amenitiescall 6339 or 378-6904. 1.17.5.3 ,4 Sublease House/Apt./ M F 8am 4 pm
3114 eves. 1.17.4-1 for details 377-2220
Bookstore
1-31-14-2 15 X 70 3 BR/2 BA Bike to UF. New skirtIng 5 'Roommates'H Customer: Service Desk .
Apt for rent Treehouse Village, own screen porch, shed Move or rent lot. M-F8am .
4.30pm
bdr/ba wash/dry, dishwasher tree bus Room for rent: Grad Student looking for Got job, leaving town. 4000. 3351352. 6 For Sale ,
pass to UF/Santa Fe, $200/mo. 3778034. quiet N/S person to share a comfortable- 1185.3 7 Real t Estate Reitz Union, Cash"r' Office
11751F 3bdr house wash/dry, micro etc. $180/mo M.F8.m.9pmSalnoon.9pm
+ 1/2/ util. 372-8391' 1.18.3.2TOWNHOUSES Male roommate to share tbr-lbath fully 8 Motorcycles. Sun noon 5 pm
N/S own bdr/ba to share 2bdr Townhouse furnished townhouse 140/mo + 1/2 utilities
9 Autos.c
In Rockwood Villas. Washer, dryer. 377.6273 leave message. 1-17-3-3 Medical Bookstore, Shands
3354390. 1-17-5-1 2 Bedroom/1 1/2 BathPoolLaundry 10 Wanted > M. F. 81m. 4.30 pm

Female, to share furnished 3/2 house. A/C/
Lease Assumption 2bdrm 1 1/2 bth town- 1 Block to UF/Shands and heat, fireplace. Close to campus and 11 Services. By Mall:
house Ml. Vernon lurn/unf $510/$495 a WilLIAMSBURG APTS. shopping $185 mo plus 1/3 utilities 336- 12 Services' Use forms appearing weekly
month $100 off security AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 2000 SW 16th St. *** 370-1253 5635. 1-195-3 Typing In the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
live free to Feb. Tony 375- MOUNT VERNON APTS. 13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA, or checks only,
6348. 1-17-5-1 1 & 2 Bedrooms
Available Now SUBLEASE: 14 Business Personals .By Phone 373.FIND:

Oak Brook Walk, micro, dishwasher 2370 SW Archer Rd ** 372-5389 '15 Personals Payment I by VISA or Mastercard
wash/dry sublse, fantastic buy, 2mo & WINDMEADOWS 4 HOUSE/APT. ONLY. Five, dollar minimum, ,
dep Iree. $210/mo. Call collect Troy 385- 1,2" 3 Bedroom Apt. 16 Connections 1.1 F 8 30.4 pm.
3737 or James 335-6627. 1175.1 PoolTennisLaundryCloes / Wanted F-Rmmt to sublet apt behind Nor
to UF/Shsnds man Hall $17S/mo. ft 1/2 util. 371.7525 or 17 Notices 0 How to correct or
P.rlecllor grad student, bdr apt In older 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 1-800-226-0502. 1-17-5-4 18 Rides

home, central heaVair, offstreet parking, 2 1.16.5.2 cancel ad
bike to campus, $225 & util. 3781292. Quiet townhouse 2bdr/1 ba w/d hookup 19 Pets : your :
1-16-4-1 2BR. HOUSE. 1 BATH. GARAGE, ETC.. appliances cent h/a 2307 SW 32 PI .8 Found
20. Lost & : .
Cancellations
1/2 mi. $500/mo 3752184. $330 Call 373-3219 :
to CAMPUS negot. close to ... '
Large efficiency Apartment furnished, private 1195.2 Shands/va 1.17.5.4 >: Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, a4 pm
entrance, bathtub and shower and No refunds can be glvln.
parking call 372-2582 utilities partly fur Incredible 3bd/2ba/ apt. in Three Oaks, Sublet Ibdrm apt till Aug. $220/mon.,
nished. 11631. only 2 yrs. old. 4 blocks to UF Only hardwood firs, upstairs very close to UF, O When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
$645/mo. Call 378.1855 anytime for details very clean, low bills, $200 sec-nego. Call Check your .d the FIRST day It run.
Right across from Tigert: 2rm, turn, pool, 1-19-52 378-1929. 1-18-5-4 Call 373-FIND with any corrections be-
till June. Only $168/mon.' (water Incl.) Classifieds will begin TWO fore noon. THE ALLIGATOR I IS ONLYRESPONSIBLE
Gnvle Garden Twnhse. Ph. 376-4889 or SPACIOUSONE Apt. avail.-own bdr/ba Incl wash/dry, FOR THE FIRST DAY
3782208. 1-19-5-1 BEDROOM APT. Lakewood Villas, $240/mo/ Jan, Feb. + DAYS after they are placed. THE: AD RUNS INCORRECTLY, Cor-
ONLY $260MO.LYONS dep free. Call 336-1267 or 373-4129 ask Ads mailed In or placed at the reeled ads will be tended one day.
$145/mo. util incl. Sblka to UF. Private APT for Dylan. 1-18-5-4 Union or Shands take No refunds credits can be giveri after
entrance single rm. eff. cntrl. ht cooking, 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 may placing I the : Changes called I in after::
parking upperclass or grad. 372-1862 4-30-71-2 Sublet- bdr/2ba furn. apt close to UF, THREE days to appear. Ads the ,first day will not be compensated.
3751728. 1-22-5-1 perfect for student. $175/mo + 1/4 utili may run for any length of time
New 3bdr/3ba/ luxurious apartment w/ ties. 3731112. 1-18-5-4 and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes:
Efficiency, turn or unfurn, close to UF, one washer, dryer & all appliances for rent. any Corrections must be made In person at
person, no pets, quiet private, patio, free Tennis, volleyracquetbasketball, pool Sublet tbd rm, new carpet/refrg unfurnished Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator:: 'office'\, BEFORE NOON.
cable TV, $225/mo./ plus utilities Call 378- weightroom, sauna, Jacuzzi & clubhouse. $235 (Reg $280)) & furnished $285 funds for cancelled ads. There will be a S2.oo correction..
2016. Available ASAP. Please 336-4316.. 1. (Reg $330)) a mo. 2nd floor. Ph 3753305. -F
18.4.2 1-19-5-4 111111111111111116 1

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BEDROOM $205 4brm 2ba near UF and Shands for more Sublet Spyglass Apt. A-2 3bdr/3ba.
335-1693 info 378-8341' or 685-0022 or 685-3234. Wash/dry, Micro, .amenities... $672/mo./
1-19-3-1' 1.19-4-2 Call 3736300. After 5pm 3352100. 1 1- ROOMMATESOakbrook ROOMMATESMale
19-5-4

Rockwood Villas M/F/ wanted. Own
room/bath fully furnished, wash/dry. Neat responsible Roommate wanted 2br Walk: M rmmt to share fully turn student needed to share 2br apt.
$250/mo. Cathy 3359499. 1-23-5-1,. FREE Iba ac Sunbay Apts. close to UF, shop 2br/2ba condo wash/dry/ micro, pool, Furnished l58/momh & 1/3 utilities In
ping. $155 & 1/2 uti!. January rr... 373- tv/vcr./ $200/mo & utll. Call Sim at 372- Gatorwood own room. 373-0566. ,1-17-5-
Rental Finding Service. All Info, floorplans, 7110. 1.18-4-4 3842. 1-18-5-5' 5
FOR RENT: videos and more FAST. We can help you
find ihat perfect place to live. Gator Rental ASAP Sublet $450/mo. Clean Spacious, Rmmts Needed: Nice 4bdr/2ba house IN THE PINES own room In 3bdrm/2 1/2
2 UNFURNISHED Finders A UF 3369349.. 1-23-5-2 3bdr/2 full ba Apt. In Hawaiian Village close to UF, Individual lease. Phoenix ba. M n/s for $175/mo & 1/4 util. Price
within walking disc of shops, GH & FC & Properties. 411 NW 16th St. 371- nego. Jan free. Call 336-6844.. 1.17.5-5
'Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, Student home 4 or 5 bedrooms 2 baths, big UF. Living rm set opt., pool & other amenities. 0769. 1-18-5-5
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. yard, kitchen and laundry facilities. 737 NE 336-6874. 1-16-2-4 GWM wanted to share 2bdrm townhouse
Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Bth Ave. $700/mo. & $700 deposit. 378- N/S F rmmt needed to share master bdrm $155/mo plus 1/2 utilities.Please call anytime -
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190." 4-30-75- 0658. 1.23.5.2 Plnetree Gardens. sublease own in brandywlne $137/mo./ & 1/4 utilities 3361407. 1-17-5-5
2 room/bath, mlcro/tv. $167 & 1/3 utll. Call Jacuzzi weight room, pool.. Call 335-
INCREDIBLE Chuck 336-7287 message. 1-19-5-4 9846. 1.165.5BRANDYWINE Female roommate needed for 2bdrm ,11/2
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet Efficiency Apt. bath close to UF, pets ok, price negotla-
washer/dryer available In most units for Starting $195 /1 Bedroom Sublet 1bdr apt., furn/unfurn. thru Aug, : Fem own rm w/wtrbd. ble. Call 3755493. ,1-17-5-5
$15 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B2B. 1 ft 2 Bath Sterling at $235 2 Bedroom walk to UF, pool, $265/mo dep. 1518 NW fully furn. 2bdr/lba apt. Many xtrss,
$250-$350. sec & Imr. 372-6422. 4-30- CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 4th Ave. Call/Lve msg. 373-5424. 1-19- $220/mo & 1/3 util. Near UF 373-0024. Rmmt needed, Irge house, hardwood firs,
110 NW 39th Ave. '1-17-5-5 big backyrd pets ok, short lease or thru
I Oakrldge 2 bdr, remodeled kitchens, car 378-3988 Landmark 2 BR, 1 1/2 BATH townhouse summer,' 1ml from UF..nice area.
pet, ceiling fans, & money saving heat 375-3861 dishwasher, $380 neg., very close to HELP! I Need a fun, friendly female N/S/ $225/mo. 375-7169. 1-17-5-5 ,
pumps, $295,1120 NW 45 Ave. 3723783. '4.30.70.2 campus, pets OK, 338-1042 leave message Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bdr/ba.
1-31-17-2 1-22-5-4 Avail. Now! 377-8034. 1-17-5-5 F to share completly furnished 2bdr/1' 1/2
1/2 MONTH RENT FREE ba Townhouse In SW area, wash, dry
Arlington'Square Apts.; for the serious 1bdr.........,.?..?$235 OXFORD MANOR ROOMMATE NEEDED to share nice, turn $225/mo & 1/2 mil. 335.0598: 1-17-5-5
student or professional, next to the Hippodrome 2bdr.. ... $295 3 bd/3/ ba tike over entire lease Immed.Call 2BD/2BA Country Gardens apt. 1210/mo
1 Ibdr from $365, 2bdr from $500. furnished; t r dd.$75. 3711410. 336-1387' 1-22-5'-4 .ft util. Call Larry 3359337.. 1-16-4-5 Room & Bath In 3bdr at Spyglass Apts.
uptown living...downtown! 3789682. 1 1. 130.102 $230 plus 1/3 util. Call 335-5235 anytime
1 31-17-2 Sublet Woodland Villas 2bdr 2ba. Luxury m/ns wanted to share newly furn apt In 1-17.5.5
villas, vaulted ceilings, calling fans,:all Mill Run. Must be neat, quiet, upper division
3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF. 201 NW 10th ammen., pool. 332-1836, 3323022. 1' student '
preferred. Scott. 335-5131 Roommate needed for own bdrm 4n
Colonial Oaks 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba townhouse., St. Wood floors, Cent. Ht/AIr/ Carport. Of- 28. 1.23.5-4 1l-18-6-5 3b.d/, b. house 5 blocks from UFo
lice: 411 NW 18th St. 371-0769. 1-23-5-2
$325, wash/dry hook-up, dishwasher, $150/mo. & 1/3 util,. .

close 1-31-17-2' to UF, 4221-A SW 21' PI. 376-3133.' .. WALK TO UFII lbdr/2ba ft Studios from: 5 ROOMMATES. ceiling Rmmt Wanted fans, pool large kitchen suite,own 2 fireplaces bath oak, F n/s prel. 375-1477' mss" ,1-17-5-8

$210' Must See.'Also Rmmts
Very Nice.
floors $160/mo. Call Jeff
371-1909. 1-23- Responsible, N/S
Large 4bdrm house, carport, fenced yard Neededl! College* Park Properties- 411, NW SPYGLASS own bed/bath In 3bdr, share furnished 2bdrm/2bath roommate needed with EE.to
central a/c, $395, 237 SW 4 Ave. 372. 15th St. 3710769. 1-23-5-2 dishwasherdryerMF F N/S own bdrm In NW duplex Bblks to UF. Gatortown: 175mo. & 1/2 apt utils. 374-
6172. 1.31.17.2 N/S for Spring $2SO/mo Washer,'microwave, $133/mo &.1/3 util. 8488. "1-17-5-S '. .
Call KEN 3387592. 1-16-55 Call 373-0758 leave message. 1.17.5.5M
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One bedroom apt to sublease avail. Immediately -
?A spacious 2000 sq ft, 3 or 4 bdr 2ba, pool Room For R.nllurnl.hed
house 1 1/2 mi. West of UF, 281S W Univ. $295 mo. Call Peter or Meredith at37ZB240 M/F roommate needed to share 2bi Ibis N/S Sorority Annex Until Summer. 1 19 Blocks North of all Utilities Paid.

Ave. $6SO/mo. Appl. only 376-6183 or 2 please'leave message 123.5 'apt. rrt NW area 'tl8mo.2 vtik" Call Block 'to UF, furnished. lSO/mo. Call. or $50 pet week Call Campus Rick 378-3842.$175 per mo.,1-
3745430. 1-16-5-2 371.3425: ,1-16-5-5 377-1280 or 3784078. 1.17.5-5 16-4-5

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Mal.'nll/ to share bedroom In a 2bdrm-2b student 2 ml to Shandi, JAN. RENT; Casablanca Wilt, Wanted n/s/ serious student to share 2 N/S Rmmt needed 3bdr/2ba turn., luxury I
apt it Gatorwood. Close to campui. $145 bdr for r.nlln 3bdr house, yard, waih/dry, 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, fully turn w/ bdr/1 ba apt washer, dryer l75/mo + twnhse In NW area, wash/dry micro, ;
a month & 1/3 utilititi. Jan freell 377. $160/ mo 1/3 util 375-3118 Leave mig. waih/dry, m or f nil. $260 ft 1/2 util. 1/2 util! lor more Info, David 331.1052 etc. $175/mo & 1/3 util., own bdr Julie
9193. 1-17-5-5 1.18.5.5 335-2593 Dan. ,1-19-5-5 alter 4pm. "- 7.2.5 376-4795. 1225.5

DESPERATEI! F to share mailer bdr. In Brandywlne-Deiperately need male) Rmmt Wanted. Sunny Irg bd/ba In 3bd Own Room $130 mo.* M/F, N/S. No MARCHWOOD M/F own turn master bed-
3bd/2ba/ (turn. In The Pines apt no deposit roommate. Fully furnsihed. Available yes twnhi. W/d./ dw/ pool, tennis, gym, etc. cats/dogs Walk to UF. 372-0747 1.22- room $225/mo & 1/3 util. Albert 3353834. I
Jan Ire*. Call 371-4892. 1-16-4-5 terday. 335-3817. 1-16-3-5 Avail. immed.-8/31 *, $195 neg. & 1/3 ut. 5-5 1.23.5SNeed
Marisa 335-5641 1-19-5-5
F nit/ Own bedroom In 2bedrm/lbath apt. ROOMMATE WANTED: NS M/F, $200/m/ ** OWN ROOM $152/mo *** 1 and or 2 N/S M to share 2br/2ba I
Clean ft studious ies/mo. & 1/2 util. 1/2 ut $200 sec Large nice & neat apt DESPERATE Liberal fern to occupy own 4 bike north of UF. Fully carp, cent ac/ht, house. Fully furnished; close to UF
Avail Now. Call Patti at 374-4970 leave 2bdrm 2 1/2 bath Call Tim 332-3248 1 bdr./ In modern 3bdr. house in quiet, sale dishwasher, microwave. Leave message $17S/mo. John 3351283. 1235.5 I

mesiage. 1-17-5-5 25-10-5 area. Big fenced yard, no pets. W/D, 113728735. 1.19.4.5
VCR, skylights. Approx. 2m! N of UF.
ROOMMATE M or F: N/S, quiet & studious 1180/mo. ft 1 13 util. 376-4138 Jen or Mar- N/S roommate wanted Private bedroomIn 6 FOR SALE I
MOONSTRUCKDisordered $200/m own bed & bath + 1/3 u & $200 tha. 1-19-55 large house with large fenced In back-
In mind supposedly affectedby tec. Furn condo Call 3361608. 1-24-9-5 yard. Pen OK. Only $165 00/month. Call BRAND NAME COMPUTERS
the Influence of the moon; crazed lunatic Heyl Jan. free' Own rm Gatortown 377-1914 1-194-5 As low as $25/mo no $ down
dazed. Do you have any of these SPYGLASS Jan rent free I M/F for own $160/mo. ft 1/2 util. Pets ok, M or F, pref. FREE Catalogue over 50,000
symptoms? bdrm/bath, walk-In closet, D/W micro. upper or grad. BR unfurn. Stacey 376- Roommate: Female' grad student customers 1-800-825-7283
,.,11.3.5 $223/mo ft 1/3 util. Call 335.7720.1.18- 6782. 1-17-3-5 prel/own bedroom 1 block from Tigert 2-19-30-8'
5.5 $162.SO/mo + 1/2 utilities. Jan free call
Newly Furnished Townhouse close to UF. FOR RENT 2bdrs my Springtree home 3721100. 1-22-5-5 Nice Clean Modern Furniture All at Reasonable -
F for own ba In Ig. bdr. wain/dry cable, Bicycle Club. N/S rmmt w/own room In $150 and $200 Call Kelly 376-4486. 1- Prices Come Take a Look.
pool, $200/mo to share or $300/mo for furnished 2bdrm apt not far from campus. Oak Forest own room In furnished 3 bdr. The Plunder House
own room. 336-0036. 1.25.10.5 Call 3356838. 1.17.4.5 Serious student 4br house walk' UF/clty l90/mo + 1/3 util. Free waterbed In- 511 SW 4 Avenue. 1-22-10-6 _
$159/mo A util ft $100 deposit, quiet. cluded. Call Keven 336-8954 or 376- _-

Oakbrook luxury condo needs nil femaleto MALE N/S/ roommate'needed. Own rm furnished 377-0165 ,1-17-3-5 0200. 1-19-4-5' Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
share bdr/ba; l75/mo 1/3 utllltiei, 'In big house w/ wood floors back- brands are all at our New Location! Car
5-mo lean ok. walk to UF Call 375-6394 yard. No dorki. Call Sharon 375-0219. M/F/ n/s. 3 mi. to Shands In quiet SW 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath Condo. Washer Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
,.,8.5.5F Leave menage. 1-17-5-5 home w/ wash/dry micro ft many extras, dryer, micro N/S Avail, Now $200/mo. 2070. 4-30-75-6
wI/ two itudenti. 3753118. 1-18-4-5 Call 335-3889. '1-19-4-5.

n/s to ihare 2br/1 1/2 ba quiet condo In Studious M N/S needed for HOUSE! Own CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS le the oldest .
Mill Run near campui. tl90/mo 1/2 util. bdrm Sl40/mo + 1/3 util. 2 miles to UF, OWN ROOM Mobile H. Fenced yd. Pet ok. Walk to UF, room for rent In house across beat and lowest priced car stereo
Pool, laund. & micro. Call 336-4763. 1. quiet NW area cat. Call 3732078. '1-17-' M/F/ serious student $125/mo ft util. Erik from the 0 Dome. $200 month plus 1/3 store In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St.
4.5 3760579. 1.111.5.5 utilities call 373-8040 ask for Scott. 1- 43075.8

2-rmmti, responsible Ig house Duckpond 22-5-5
wanted share furnished
Female roommate to -
area all appliances, pool prlv/pklng Rockford, Foagate, Yamaha, Pioneer,
w/rental 2 blki to UF $275/mo share util MOONSTRUCKDisordered 2bedroom houie. 10 min. walk' M/F N/S/ to share 3 BR/3 ba poolside Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm The Best
371-2556. 1-16-3-5 In mind, supposedly affectedby from UF. ($285 ft utilities) divided by 2. condo. micro, wash/dry. Must be neat, Car Sterlo Installers In town. Car Stereo .
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376-5592 (h), 392-8113 (D). 1-19-5-5
studious, but fun. $190/mo. BOB 336- to Go. 375-1834. 4-30-75-6
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Share a 3bdr home In SW area. Great 4015. 1-19-4-5
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study atmosphere but NO peeks allowed! own waih/dry 2 single beds pinewood $75. each. 1
$200/mo/ neg. + 1/3 utll. Call Michelle 336- symptoms M8-3-5 quiet NW condo.. Serious student preferred FREE Roommate Matching till Friday Nnhikl 10-speed $175 $250 New. Dennis
7245. 1-18-5-5 call 378 0923. 1-19-5-5 Jan 19 lor anyone needing a place to 3763596. 1-17-7-6

M nil rmmt to ihare large turn master br Roommate Needed Ml/ NS for 3bdr/2ba Brandywine female wanted to share Gator move Rental into. Large Finders selection a UF Plaza available.. 336- RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants .

Sparrow Condo t125/mo split util woavail house. Located Smiles from campuiWaiherDryer bdrm. $150/mo 1/3 utilities urgently 8348 1-19-4-5 for your dorm or apartment. We deliver -
/ l80/mo ft 1/3 utilities. Call leave call Liz 373-
pool tennis clubhouse 332.0451 needed must area at
Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave.
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Do you have any or these symptoms We have a good deal on ATB bikes Come
Call Alligator Advertising 3764482. see us-Gator Cycle 3321' SW Archer Rd.
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MTN bike all door II w/cat eye ATC MICRO CENTERComputers/ 376.1146 for sale 1 Calculus. 2 College WritIng Alarms, Autopig, Chapman. Home Rebel 250 Kawa 550l TD. Both
comp Brand new. must sell make ollerl Editor Choice CompuAdd Northgate 3 ARC 1701 books Call Bradley after and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sinsul, Sherwood $1300 or $650 and $750 Individually Call
Yakima bike racks (or.ear $125 obo. Call HP/ Price same or lower than mail 5.00 332.1142. You will save money. 1- and more. We Beet All Prleeel 377.2263. eve best Awesome shape,
378.1508. 11758 order. Systems below Include Imb, 40mb 16-2-6 3733754.. 4.30-69.6_ clean 1.17.5.8
((28ms, graphics monitor....MC 286/12
ALMOST NEW: Art Deco black laquer $1195, Packard Bell.$1295, MC 386SX 4 rims, 2 months old, 16x7, Amer Rac. CLARION 870zrt car cassette 6mos used// Scooter Honda Express SR-50 New tires,
bedside table A dresser, matching coffee $1495, Northgate 386/20.$2299. PB 286 ing, polished lip black mesh CTR. Slug emos warranty left; dolby, ape, metal, au tune.up. very reliable excellent condition -
Aside tables; bklst table & 2 chairs 377 laptop w/hd A battery $1999. CompuAdd pattern, $520 obo, call Clark after 6pm at toreverse sop bass/treble; $150 obo. $320 332.5268 evenings. 1-18.5.8
2762. 11846 810 w20mb/ t graphics monitor. $970. 1 336.8430. 1.22-5.5 3353604.. 1.19-36
3 year warranties Onsite warranties HONDA CX 500 TURBO. Excel cond., all
Canon F1 35mm with Sunpak 544 thyriitor Panasonic 1180 printer.$185, HP Laser Everlast 70lb punching bag. Nintendo Dorm fridge only 1 semester old. 3.1 cu ft serv records call Jimmy 376.2637 day,
Flash and 'lenses all In mint condition $350 Jet lip $1049. 4110 SW 34th St. 308 W game system Tennis racqet $25 each. Sell lor $90. Call 3784882. Ask for Margaret 335.9340 eve $2195 obo. 11958
obo. 3388271 Adam. 1.17.56 Univ Ave 1 1.22.7.8 VCR $50. Must sell! Call Carlos 338.1607. 1.18.2.8Practically
1.22-56 1987 HONDA ELITE 80. with helmet' runs
For sale queen.size, wavelets waterbed Under $100 each: twin platform bed w// new 3 1/2 cubic foot refrigerator good one owner, $700 or best offer, call
w/padded Irame 8. heater $150 obo Call mattress, double & triple dressers, desk, KENWOOD 50 watt stereo rack system to be sold $120 negotiable. John 335 3786189, ask for Mike or leave message
Angie 33S.6587 or 375.1558 leave message dinette set, recliner Call eves 378.6450. phono. tuner. amp. EQ dbl I cassette deck 1283. 1.23.5-6 1956
1.18.1.8 1.19.5.8 A speakers $500 371-3127 (ask for Ken).
1.18.3.8. Ski Equip K2 skis w/tyrolla bindings Trac moped 1986 Clipper' model: Separate
48 Parallel Bars by Splrolmer lor sale 5 Piece drum set Pearl White 160cm Salomon boots like new SX81 lad. gas tank from oil tank; Exc, cord
$40. Call 3735398. 1-17.56 Crash/ride/ exC/cond. Quick peddle, hi. Queen size waterbed with headboard 12 size 7, set $250 or will split up 335.9967. $350/obo Call 335.9210. Great transportation
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hat $450. Greg 374.9635 Iv msg 1 1195. drawers underneath heater and padded 1 17 3 8
4 drawer solid wood desk. Like new condition 6 rails $100 obo 338.4020 Iv msg 11946
$40. Please leave message 336 7 REAL ESTATE 1985 Honda 650 Nighthawk Great Condition
'9207. 1175.8 Waterbed, queen mirrored hdbd heater. Lots of extras! Asking $1200. Call
COMPUTERPackard $150' oba. also Antique dresser Bill 371 PRIME UF LOCATION Carlos at 336.1607
PC.XT compatible: 640k ram, 20 meg Bell 286 12mhz, 40mb hard 7801. 1-22.5.6 15 Room Houae Fully Rented! Earn
hard disk, 2 (floppy drives, monochrome drive 5.25 1.2 floppy, 3.5 1 1.44 floppy while you learn and/or Invest/Inter- 1983 SUZUKI 1100G Sport Tour excellent
monitor $925. Accessories available. 1mb ram, vga hi.res color monitor lyr 3.way top of line loudspeakers ferrofluln nlty Good Condl 876-6652 1.31.17.7 condition 4.K miles $1950. OBO 373-
374.8486. 1.16.46 warr, 4 mths on'site, $1795, call 335 tweet, 121n poly woofer tone controls last 3129. 1.19.4-8
1300. 1.31.13.6 year s model. Will sell at cost call 377- Real Estate Licensing Course, Sat. only
CAR ALARMS installed remote control 6957. 1.18.3.6COMPUTER 12:30'6:30, 7 day crash course Feb. 12, 9 AUTOS
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will Ten speed bicycle for sale Ladies Ross Real Estate Appraiser, starts Feb 27,The
demo. Call 338.9193 student Iv. Simmons twin bed mattress and boxspr Florida Center. 371.2787. 1.30.10.7
message : kaypro Turbo PC: 20 meg Laser / am/fm/
Exc. 1985 Chrysler a/c, cass,
2 28 34 6 Ing. condition. Call 377 1192 B.O.
1-17.3.6 HD I dual floppies I monitor WordPerfect 1bdr/lba Condo for rent, Lease or w/ op. auto. trans alarm sys, hatchback w/ sunshield -
Fender Strat Plus I Lotus / tic. $1100 Bargain) Call 335- lion to Buy. Washer/dryer Hook up. 56000 mis, many new parts
1987 mint condition with maple neck BIKE tour de france champion adjusting 0268. 1 1936 $300/mo. Call Sue at 3725375. 1.26.8.7 $4300 obo. 335-3972. 11889For
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reflectors James bond quick mirror,
Comes with hard shell case $550. Call view Sale 1977 NOVA good condition. 335
possible mach I speed, 10 $80 371-
fuji sp
Mike 373 9305 4387. 1.18.36 HP 4 1 CX W/Advantage pack. Perfect 8 MOTORCYCLESPuch 1460 leave message 1.18-5.9

TREK 640 12.spd 531 -tubes, 700 wheels lor science or eng students Complete wall / 1988 Camero, perfect condo T-Tops, pw
bridal set diamond cluster'sale price 89 instructions Less than 1 year old. A Magnum X1 Moped new, red and .
24 In Irame $225. Raleigh 10.spd OR ps. pb, ac, cruise tilt am/fm cass V6Sspd
hubs Alloy Crank $69 376.7372. 1174 service merchandise, catalog $1 000. will $250 value for only $120. Call 371-6714. blK paint maps new piston overhaul Sky blue on silver Asking $9000 or
8 .sell for $500 obo 335-9967. 1.22-5-6 Leave message 1 1.22.4.5 $250 OBO Steve 338.7450. 11758 best offer Scott 3355131. 1.18.8.9


CLEARANCE SALE.many Items to ------------------
choose. from Jewelry TV s, cameras,
VCR s.etc. Best Jewelry A Loan Pawnshop .
Sale Is on till everything gonell
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Queen waterbed w/backboard/ $200. I i I
Moped $200 5.pc elec drum set $400, I I r e
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1985 Honda Odyssey wheeler 350cc, IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. j I ; I
new tires, 70mph rool cage $1000 Brian I
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376. .6509. Also lor sale horse trailer $600. Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs, etc. to be listed in a .1 !
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"directory" to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form [ I I I I

WATERBED QUEEN SIZE w/heater/ $70, explains the step-by.step manner in which to place an ad and will help I I I a I I I I I I

338.3914. 1.18.56 you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to I I I
advise youAlligator I. ;. I

Princeton high res color monitor and i
graphics card, log tec mouse never used Classifieds may be placed In a number of ways: I I I f I I I I II
Grad std must sell offers consid 335
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TREK 12.speed racing bike with water telephoning 373-FIND between 8.00 and 4:00: pm. I I I I I ( I I 'I ft m '" 2.. I
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bottles and tool bag. Excellent condition, I I I I (
used only five months Call 395.9835. 1- 2. You can mail your Alligator Classified 'form (with check, money order. I I
22.76 or Mastercard/Visa information no cash, please) to: I I I I I i I I 5 > I

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HP 28S. Like new Manuals Inlcuded Alligator Classifieds I i I i I
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BEDS BEDS BEDS 3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W. II I I i
Dressers, Chest, Bookcases. Sofas TV University Ave., between; 8 am and 4 pm weekdays. Our trained, friend I I I I I = I

carts, Entertainment centers and more at ly staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I i i ''I I I I I I
the lowest prices In Gainesville. 371.4422 r I
'Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave 4. You I i I I
can place your ad in person at one of' The Alligator's convenient I I I

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Blow Out Sale. Beach cruiser with lock, ON CAMPUS LOCATIONS: I.f i
heavy duty desk twin size, bed with box I I I I I I I

spring 2276 All 3 for $100. Call Scott 377.1027 Location Day Hours I I I J i 5 I

Main Bookstore, Hub I I I 1 I I I I I

Waterbed, klngsize reg. mattress, headboard Customer Service Desk . M. F. 8 am 4 pm I I !' I I I I
liner, heater.excellent condition I. I
$100. Call 331.7578 eves 11736 Medical Bookstore, Shands : M.- F 8 am 4 pm I.I I I I I I OFFICE USE ONLY

For Sale: $1100 worth of A DAD gaming Reitz Union, Cashier's Office M F 8 am.- 9 pm I I I I ( I 'p. ChI. I

N materials to be sold as one package. Most Room 118 . . . Sat Noon 9 pm I CASH -CKR _. I
items like new $100 obo. Call 335.9315. Sy;:
1956 Sun "Noon 5 pm I. I
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CLASSIFICATIONS (jCheck on.}' ':;N' RATES:..='<':," .:
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FROM .. $479
_1. For Rent Furnished Circle
Instructions exactly Be careful to include everything wish to Re- : -11. Services ( one)
you say.
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CALL 372-5145. quest 'for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a _12 Typing Services 1 Oiyf4002D
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.....1.18.4.8CD new advertisement THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR. CREDITS I 4 Sublease HouioAptl / Alnt/hle. / -13 HtlpWtnttd ye.__700 I
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AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error, The Alligator is = : Roommates" ,, ___1J: Personals Business I Personals' 1 Diye_.9.00
i PLAYER 1989 for car Installation responsible ONLY for the FIRST Insertion. Do not use foreign language, I _6. For Site _,1I Connections 4 D.ye.11.00 I
almost n.wl! Must sell $125. Call 376 double-entendres or manner of address which identifies the addresseeto I _7. Real Estate 17. Notice S Days...1100

1022. 1-1956 a third party. The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does _S. Motorcycles =II Ridos A4.lItI..1 Days I

MOPED Puch bought new In 86. only not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The Independent I _I. Auto. _19 Pits n.oOl.oII I
1500 mi, excellent cond., $450 ebo Florida Alligator to. publish said copy. The Independent Florida Alligator -1I. Wanted _20. Lost I Found! _days 6_ I

Please call 378.3739 anytime. 11956 reserves the right to act as a sole judge of' the suitability of any advertising I D MASTERCARD a VISA EXP. DATE: A4..IU..III.. .. I
copy submitted for publication and reserves the right to edit,revise, .00 Nell Un.each M'
M KING WATERBED delux head board w/ delay, or reject any advertising copy submitted. I CREDIT CARD d AM1NM.FOR .. .1titlttttl I
mirror lamp t shelf padded railings, -
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AUTOS AUTOS SERVICES TYPING SERVICESTyping HELP WANTED '"


Toyota Corolla SR 5'81 Sipeed. ae, 1982 Honda Accord 4 dr., 5.pd, a/e. stereo AAA STORAGE $1.00 pg : min. 500. Reports, BALLOONACY li looking for guys and
am/fm cats 62,000 mis., excel engine. 84,000 mil... Asking $2500 obo. Car Close to UF, Convenient These, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. gall with hot bodi for stripper poaitioni.
$1750 obo. 3731265. 1-16-4-9 can be seen on campus by calling at 395- 4x4x4 $15/mo/ WCS 917 NW 131h. 373-0822. 4-30-75- Earn big buck for very little effort. 1021
9633 1-228-9. 4x8x8 125moS33SW2ndAve 12 W University Avenue. 1-16-5-13 f
AUTO INSURANCE SAVE $$ at orange A 377-1771
blue Insurance In butler plaza we care callUS Honda Civic DX 11188 5-peed A/C/ 4-30-75-11 GATOR TYPING moved ft lowered pricei. Part-time school helper wanted weekday
1st 377-CARS or 377-2277. 1-25-10-0 stem canine. Excellent condition 26K Laser printer. Resumes $12 ft up. Page mornings 8:30: 12:30: for 5 yr. old child
mil... $7950. OBO 373-3129. 1.19.4.9 ** GATOR MOVING ** discounts avail. Days ft ev... 3734564.. who.I li physically impaired. Will split position. I
1980 Rabbit auto., ./C. am/fm c...., 1-31-17-12 Hm. 375-8946 Wk 392-1051. 1-22-
tinted windows,runs good, malnt.records Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- 9-13
avail. $980. 377.3257 leave msg. 1-17-4-. 10 WANTEDLocal Item/Hie Full. Dayi/Evei./ Long die, LOOK A LETTER GRADE BETTER. Use I

Lie/In Harry/Bill 374-4791 4-30-75-11 styles, fonts, graphics, proofreading ft editing EARN $100 MONTHFor I
1987 Ch.v. Spectrum Red, AC AM/FM/ Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Clan PC Lab 17 & Univ. 372-6500.. 1-17-
Cassette Auto 40,000 Miles, Runs Excellent Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie'i Fine SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 5.12 your plasma donationa. Our fully automated i
Asking S,300-OBO 378-4050 Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 boarding woodier facllltlei system It safer and fader than I
after 5pm. 1-17-4-9 hay rides partial sales working MICRO CENTER/ Typing 3364936. Full manual' center Air conditioned Special '
COMIC BOOKS wanted! students accepted. 466-3224 375.8080. ft self service computing. Typing starts@ bonus with this ad 0 Call for appoint
For Sale: 1987 Pontiac Grand Am LE. I want to buy your comic I will trade only 4-30-75-11 1.50/pg A Resumed $6 A Self service ment.
loaded good cond., mutt sell undent! If YOU want to. Call Mark 378-3029 alter' resumes A $2.50/hr/ A ,15/pige./ Laser Alpha Plasma Center
332-6759 Iv. metsage. 1-23-7-9 7pm. 1-22-6-10 *SUNBELT MOVING* typeset graphic A spell check A theses M-F 030-5: '30-Sat 11:30-2:30: :
9 SW 11 St. 378-9204
A papers A special' character A employment
1982 Honda Accord dr., Spd,a/c ate- Professional Moving/Packing/ ft Supplies databases A mallmerge A training 1-31-16-13
reo 84,000. mile*. Asking $2500 obo. Car 11 SERVICESNW 1ltemHouie full. Local/Lng dlit. Llc/lni WordPerfect specialist. Viia/MC. 1-22-
can be teen on campus by calling at 395- Priced for Studentil Marty 375MOVE. 4. 7.12 Saleswomen ft men to pursue student
9633. Mini storage at 4-75 & NW 39th Ave 30-75.11 computer services market. Good commissions
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Pickup/Del./ Typing and wordproc. near a benefits. PC L.b.17 & Univ. 372-
. 1983 Toyota Corolla a/c, tinted windows, $20, 10% disc to itudent 332-8917. 4- ONE STOP DENTISTRY campui. Dependable quality service. 6500. 1-16-4-13. 4
new: paint tram and brakes; am/fm 30-75.11 Accepting new pti emerg. Reasonable rates 24hr/day.. Call Carol
can, enkel' magi, alarm. $3200 obo.378. Adult cleaning $28 child $18 373-4464. 1-31-11-12 Computer Dept. at Florida Book Store I I.
48891v m.g. 1-19-5-9 ((4)Wnd) tee $325, ((3)Wisd.) tee. $250, looking for technical and morning sale
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS ((2)Wltd.) tee. $200 help. Experience with IBM compatllbe
BMW 1982 3201 A/T A/C sunroof Enkel Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC V. AE 13 HELP WANTEDTypist software and/or hardware req Appy after'

maps removeabl stereo silver metallic Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.H. Tuesday Jan 1-16-3-13
w/black leatherette $6700 376-0784 1233 NW 10th Av. T. Goniouhm DOS 372-9521
372-1664 Babysitter wanted In my SW home. Responsible
1-31-17-11
(alter' 5pm) 1-22-5-9 needed
literal to help
Computer
person
MC/VISA/lnsurance/ loving person to care for 18
Is It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 Free Pregnancy Test type Alligator classified on Tuesday ft mos. baby. Reference required. Call
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Thursday, : pm.
Member MOPED CITYPick
through the US Government? Get the 371.2780 Chrla. 1.19.5.13Help
National Abortion Federation able. Fill out application at The Independent
facts today! 1-708-742-1142 Ext. 4307511SEXUALLY up/Drop olf...1/2 off now Florida Alligator from 11.4 pm Mon. Wanted Rocky Roccoco Pizza

688. 1-16-1-9 1-31-16-11 Fri. EOE/AA/ Now hiring delivery driver full/part-time

1989 ford bronco II 6,000 miles $13,000or TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Apply in person at 138 NWth St 373-
Get confidential FREE* AVON 3758967Sell
testing and treatment at 8161. 1-17-5-13
and take
$1,000 down up payments
PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
sport rims many extras call 376-2879 Pregnancy Test Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13
30-75-11
Monday-Friday 3'00pm6 : -
after 500.: 1-22-5-9 Gainesville'!! Women' Babysitter
: in my SW home transportationrequired.
HEALTH CENTER A Plus Notes-Are you an 'A' Student do Call Mill Valentine at 332-0444
720 NW 23rd Avenue you take excellent notes, would you like
for more Info. 1195.13
377-5055 to earn while you 'learn, if 10 then call
ABORTION To 24 Wks 3716954. We are looking for students
( ) Balloonacy I i. now hiring fun energeticand
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited BIRTH CONTROL the following classes: talented people for deliveries and in I
Gynecology Service ADV 3000, ADV 3501, APB 2150 APB tore work. Call 3780177. 1-18-5-13
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ANT 2149, ANT 2301 ANT 2402. ANT BLOCKBUSTER VIDEO I

ACROSS 3 Throngs 41 Construct 55 Parts of the Need help with Mi-Doi, WordPerfect 2410. ANT 3511 ARC 1701 ARC 2681 Now hiring lor part time customer service
1 Farm father 4 Actor Ron 43 Sadden Sov. Union Lotus, Pascal, or just turning on a Computer AST 1002. AST 2037 BSC 2010, BSC representative Call 375-8580 & leave
4 Ballet 5 Light shade 44 Rubbing out 56 Blow one's own ? Want friendly knowledgeable 2011 CAP 3802 CCJ 3024, CCJ 3704. message 1-17-3-13
? CDA 3101 CHM 1020, CHM 1021, CHM
computer assistance that cornea to you .
movements 6 Pub orders 47 horn (
Johnny -
Call Lampert Consulting at 395-7597 1. 2040 CHM 2041 CHM 2045, CHM 2046..
Work part-time $135 a week lull time
9 Do thebackstroke 7 Emulates Rover 49 Watch holders 57 Actress Lee CLA 1120 CLP 3144, COC 3110 COG
17-5-11
for $360 a week. To apply come to meetIng -
8 51 The Lone 59 Butter
Pittsburgh 3400 COM 1000 COP 3110, ECO 2013.
,." 7:30 at Polo
on .QO. : pm apartment
13 Costa player Ranger'scompanion alternative Valentine Special be photographed by ECO 2023. ECO 3202. EUH 2001 FIN *. Clubhouse 2330 SW Willnton
14 Dieter's 60 3408 GEO GEO 2201, GEO 2420.
Brilliance Principal Internationally known beauty photographer 2200 Ave. 1-17-2-13
15 Holiday tree hideaway 53 Singing group 62 Carter or Bill Home. Get a free poster print. GEO 2500 GLY '1000 HIS 2484 ISM

16 Reps. 10 Persecution, 54 Pelts Irving 3776583. 1.31.15.11 3011, ISS 2120. JOU 3100 OFFICE WORK: Part time, will train, Mature
LEI MAC ""2. MAC
LAH 2020, 3830
wanted. Prefer GVL resident
17 Cara of "Fame" of sorts person
18 boy! 11 "- the Woods" ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: *** MOPED REPAIR *** 3233, MAC 3311, MAN 3021, MAR 3023. or UF Sophomore, good phone voice &
nnnnnn. Fait quality lervice. Very reasonable MGF 1202 MMC 2100 MMC "4200 OCE personality a must. Some tales, ability.
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19 One of BillMurray's 12 Margaret theanthropologist 2005, PCO 2714. PET 3320, PET 3350,
Free 8 Call between
ratei pickup/dropoff. yrs. exp. Must work evening ft weekend -
crew S NAKED t TM A 0 CALL MARK 375-0961 1-17-5-11 PHM 2101 PHI 2100 PHI 2403, PHY ".3. 3770081. 1.18.3.13Does
22 Oily fish 13 "From to HAlT RED T R PIE ID A l 3053 PSB 3004. PSY 2013, PUR 3000.

23 Brook riches"A TIT A R. R E E T. GNU Free Potter with any glamour session PUR 3101 OMB 3205. OMB 3600. REE your fraternity sorority or organization
24 Deep cut 20 Recorded DUE S. B I S S.I Y EGG with award winning photographer Bill 3043 REL 2001 REL 2240, RUT 3452 need $$$ for your spring activities.?
Home. Studio location. Glamour with RTV 2100 RTV 3000 SOP 2513 STA week marketing .
26 Gaudi's country 21 Squealer or Participate a one on-campu
29 Engraves, 25 Peruse ramn cinnnn.cinmnn I ityle 377-6583 See the display now 1- 3023, STA 3024, SYG 2000, SYG 2430. project. Call Jill at 395.9690. !I.
S ENE N E E A S E R 31.15.11 and SYG 3010. Call 371-6954 if Inter. 15113.
In 27 At
a way liberty
32 Promos 28 Bright lights N N E. A R R. ested. 1-17-7-13
Guitar ft Ban Lesson tailored for BE ON TV needed for commercial
many
In DOT Y R N EIS 31 your
35 30 Part of HOMES Infected
Ingratiate $125 to cuts
Paying person all For info Call
needi. Top professional w/ 25 yrs. exp. Now hiring age* casting
37 Emanation 31 Envelope enc. R S f I L Y .1 L Beglnner-Adv. Suzuki-based children's scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic ((615)) 779-7111 I Ext. T235. 1-16-1-13
38 Handled 32 Pilots anna .nnnna.nnnn method available. Larry 336-5624. 1-19- study. Blood ten required. Call 3315379. -

40 Home site 33 Major tint! nnnnm.nnrann 5.11 1-31-17-13 Babysitter needed in my home Mon Wed

41 Capital of 34 Adhesive R A T R DEN S R a.m., all day Fri. Tramp and reference
County Clare 36 Fighting N G A E RAe E R S Need (urn., clothing household good? BE A GATORFUNDRAISERI required, begin Jan 29. Call 377.8322. I.
Great bargains layaway plan avail. 1225.13
42 Actor Jannlngs 39 Vigor : .
.nnnnnn. nnnn !
Weeks Flea Market State Road 26, 3ml
43 Unit of finenessfor I
wen of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open Many telephone communicator positions Need part time student for about 3hri a
silk 1/16/90/ / Sat ft Sun. 472-2061. 2-0-20-11 available: Mutt have excellent (peakingvoice day M.F for filing and misc. office work in
45 Casual shirt enthusiastic attitude. On campus. bookkeeping dept. Apply in person kt t:
46 "And what Is PROBLEMS IN MATH? Great experience. 3 evenings/week, $4 1105 W University Ave. No phone calls,
as a day...?" Professional and Reliable plus/hour./ 392-1691, ext. 17. 1-17-7-13 plea**. Minorities are encouraged to
48 Toss about 14 L Tutoring offered. Call 3777415. 1-22-5- apply. AA/EOE./ 1-22-5-13

50 Unfit 11, *BRANCH OPENINGS*
17 Student help wanted to do research In UF
52 One way to go JOBS JOBS O JOBS Medical Library Approx 4-tirt/wk a*

on a crossword 1 TYPING $13/hr,we train. National coatings needed $13,SO/hr 372.8531 9.5. 1-19, .4-
56 Popular franchise expanding. Full/part/ time. 13
sandwich, for 12 SERVICESYOU LABOR MGT. POSITIONS AVAIL.
short Potential own your own buiinesi. EARN INSTANT CASH I Debate, English,
58 Witches', 27 21 WRITE, WE TYPE C.lllor Immediate Interview.. Forensic, law, speech 'majors. Feb 15,

transports Business A Legal Personal Report 813-886-7151. 16, 17 at Reitz Union. Contact Dr. Barbara
61 Latvian capital Term Papers Typeset Resume A Etc. 1.31.17.13 Williamson Brevard Community College -
63Chou 39 G'ville Handicapped Typing Computer Programmeri- Tltusvllle. FL. 32796. 1-29-10-13 s"

64 Blend 378-7179. UCS Inc,- a software development co. in Singing Messenger for Ballon & Bears.
65 College grad. 4-30-75-12 Ft. Laud., has entry level to mid-level positions Outgoing people only! 375-1199 1-19-4-

66 Beer mug Typing A reports A business A legal A for software engineerscomputerprogrammers.
67 Perfect ones resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications ., C programming. required. College Work Study (only) $5.00/h evenings
68 Strong tasting A letter A notary ..[c. Available Candidate should also h.vey.ar de ft Saturday Telephone Survey Interviewer
Send Resume to: UCS Inc., 6184 Bob/Martha 3920171.
gree. Apply:
69 Wife of SunYatsen. 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 4-30-75-12
NW 11 St., Sunrise, FL 33313. 1-19-3-13 >>
12210.13 [

Ch'lng-llng 64 RESUME HOUSE. Attention CIS & ISE Majore Procter A
Now accepting application for Resident Gamble la looking for you. Come Join
70 Aves. Professional resume writing 1 Assistant positions for the Fall u* for free food A Information. Casual
development services.: 371-8148. 1990 Semetter. Applications availableat atmosphere, bring your resume. Thur
DOWN Net 1 -1 1-22-10-12 either the Homing Office or all residence Jan 16.6.30pm.: PJ O'RIIeya 1900 SW
1 Correct hell area offices: Applications 13th Street. 1.17.213Classifieds.
RESUMES are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to the
2 Thespian' 1990 UsUsek/ That Syndicate 1/16/90/ Same day Next day. Division of Housing Office. For further
Many Styles a Fonta. Editing. Information contact the Staff A Student .
PC Lab 17. SI a Univ. 372-6500. 1-17-5- Development Office at 32-2161. 2-2- Continued on next page.
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I HELP WANTEDOccasional 15 PERSONALSLADIES PERSONALSYES CONNECTIONSSHY 20 LOST & FOUNDFinders


yard work. Weeding mulching MAKE MONEYWe YOU CAN start the New Year right. GUY tall blue eyes, good listener/ Keepers?

planting, etc Private home $5.00 per buy & sell good used clothing.Call Learn how to improve yourself spirituallyat sense of humor, seeks female friend send If you find something you can place a
hour Call 3351935. 1.19.3.13 Second Act. 3738527. 4.30.75.15Vuarn.tCarr.raRay.BanGalor lecture sponsored by the UF Christian photo/phone po box 13115 Gville FI FREE ad In this section. Be kind to someone
Science Org. Tues Jan 16, B 65 Reitz 32604. 1-18-5-16 who lost what you found. Call 373-
VAX/VMS System operator. Manage a 3- Great Union at 6pm. 1-18-3-15 FIND.
CPU VAX duller in a LAT network environment pnces-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical l STRESS, SICKNESS DRUG ADDICTION

Requirement Incl. working Laboratory 376-5563 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 MOONSTRUCKDisordered HATRED: Eliminate them In the way Found men's watch at Business rm 104
knowledge of DCL and System management block from Ala Gen. 4.30.75.15 of Christ Jesus. To find out how, attend a during dead week. Call 373-0871 to Identify -
utilities like MONITOR. Send resume In mind, supposedly affectedby lecture sponsored by the UF Christian Science 1-16-3-20
and salary req. to Jones, Edmunds Natural' Foods and Vitamins the Influence of the moon; crazed lunatic Org. Tues Jan 18, 665 Reitz Unionat
and Assoc. Inc. 730 N Waldo Rd, G'ville Birkenstock Sandals. dazed. 6pm. 1-16-3-16 Found F Kitten tabby w/chest/paws NW
32601 Ann: R. S. Puller. 1.19.3.13 Sunflower Health Foods Do you have any of these symptoms area 372-9747
87 SW 34th St 372-7482 1-16-3-15 Sell me your class rings & broken chains
PUBLIC RELATIONS EXPERIENCEGain 4.30.75.15 we pay more for jewelery' In good shape. Found small black kitten with studded blue
practical experience to enhance SWIMSUIT MODELS Best Jewelery A Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. collar on corner of NW 8th St and Unlit Ave
resume. Internship available PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get Immediatetest full figured or slim $25 an hour no experience 371-4367 3725431. 1-16-3-20
your results from a reliable source needed. Contact PO Box 24171
with The Independent Florida Alligator PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- Gainesville 32602, 1225.15 FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES Best Found black chain purse with silver claspIn

Typing, copywriting, newsletter 30-75-15 Jelery A Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371- parking lot of Target copy center. 376-

production, promotions, and arrang- JANSPORT PACKSlifetime GEMS 1-25-10-16 3826. 1.18.3.10
NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?Get
ing special events. Stop by the Alliga. special student discounts on exams and warranty $4.00 off with this adl! TOP CASH FOR GOLD silverdiamondsetc. .. FOUND: book In Narston's Science LI-
tor for an application. Affirmative all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. Eastpaks now on sale. Lloyd Clarke New or used or broken. Best Jeweleryand brary. 371-1911." "1-16-3-20
Action/Equal/ Opportunity Employer. 3770881. 43075.15 Sports 1504 NW 13th St. 3727836. 1-22- Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-GEMS

5-15 Found mans class ring in the new business
House/Childcare Needed for 1 1/2 and 3 Look Your Best Everydayl! CHECK CASHING no ID required. FREE building. 3920163. 1-19-3-20
yr old girls In my nice NW home. Person Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for RUSSELL ATHLETICBasic MONEY ORDERS Best Jewlery & Loan
needs to be loving & energetic N/S experienced info about the PERMANENT removal of & crewneck sweat shirts 523 NW 3rd Ave 371GEMS. 1-25-101-6 Found: Pair of prescription glasses In a red
reliable transportation & reference unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307. sweatpants case outside Turlington on 110. Please
$11.00 with this adl I 20 colors A
required Tues.Tllurl.Frl 9-6 43075.15 many Student Loans & Financial Aid No one call to claim. 336-6362. 1-19-3-20
styles to choose from Lloyd Clarke Sports
378.0615. 1.25.7.13 refused with good collateral. EZ terms-
STUDENTS GET CASH 1504 NW 13th St. 3727836. 1.22.5.15 Best Jewelery A Loan 371GEMS. 1.25- Found Chrysler car key with Air Force key

The O'Connell Centeris For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's chain by O'Connell Center parking lot 335-
STUDENT JOBS Work
College Study
currently taking student applications for 3721226. 211 W. Univ. Ave.next to Central 4774. 1.19.3.20
the City. 4-30-75-15 jobs available for Spring 1990. Many UF MOONSTRUCKDisordered
employers need your help. Come to Student
Event and Technical Services Teem. In mind supposedly affected
Hours vary; work is assigned on a per. Jamaica Jam $199 3 Nit... $319 7 Nites., information.Financial 117215GUNSIGUNSIGUNSI Affairs Anderson Hall for by the moon; crazed lunatic dazed.
event basis STOP BY RM 1302 BEFORE Hotel/Air Anytime Ochos or Negril Dorothys Do you have any or these symptoms?
JAN 18TH TO FILL OUT AN APPLICA. Travel Professionals 9043771600. Call Alligator Advertising 3764482. 1- c
TION AND ARRANGE FOR AN INTERVIEW 1.25.10.15

1-175-13 JOIN US TODAY for our daily $2.89 dell 1800 500 Gun handguns InventoryOver in stock 17 NOTICES

THE MILL Is looking for a few good peopleto sandwich special w/lree 16 oz. drink. BAGELS Buy, Sell Trade, or Repair /4d&dT.ik
DON'T WAIT
work days. The only exp necessary Is UNLIMITED 1620 W University ,1- Reloading Supplies 466.3340 /
Harry Beckwith Gun Dealer until midterms to use PC Lab.
a good attitude Great benefits for 22.10.15
part.
8mi. South of G'ville on 441 Learn WP Lotus 123, dBase
lime employees and students. Apply bet.
NOW.
Also Indoor pistol range Special plans 3728500.
2 5 at The Mill 1193.13
MARDI GRASCome Handicap facilities lhgafor

Have Computer Skills? Micro Center party with us at the world's largest 1.17.1.15 18. RIDES eve

needs typist/sales/tech support help. party! 2/22-25/90 R/T bus, 2 nights hotel ay.F .
Apply in person. 4110 SW 34th St. (sw party pass, taxes l69/person based on MoonstruckDisordered 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yrs of
campus store). 1.25.7.13 quad occ. Breakaway Tours. 3776369. 1 1- weekly Frl's/Sun/ bus trips. Pets ok pkg
23.10.15 in mind, supposedly affected transported. GMG trans 336-7026 ((305))
Market Discover Credit Cards on your by the moon; crazed, lunatic dazed. 266-3788. 1.30.16.18
campus. Flexible Hours Earn as much asil'00hour BALLOONACY Is looking for guys and Do you have any or these symptoms
$ ( ) Only ten positions available. gals with hot bode for stripper positions, Call Alligator Advertising 376-4482. 1-
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University Avenue. 1.16.5.15
Warm. fun and reliable person wanted to Great selection of ladies running shoes OAKS MALL 10 DAILY TWI-UTESHOW
babysit Weekdays 12:30-4 lor children 3 SKYDIV 40% oft. Great quality at great prices! E Z 2.52 At.uq b. ..r 4301/pnr
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the right person, some (taxability (will 7970. 1.30.15.15SPRING 15 OAKS. EAST >AKt 4 WfST
consider 1 person for M.W, another T- 33))-68)8) MSIDE OAKS MAIL ADJACENT 10 MAIL I
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BREAKBahamas to overlook it, but E Z Tennis gives great WAR OF THE )
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14 PERSONALSAre 6369.holds your 1.23.10.15 spot) Breakaway Tours 377- 30% off most tennis rackets- 4 U buy or ZOO: TANCO, ((5:It t>CASH 12 ). 1 JO( ,)ISSn 115.: ((4:150 $2.50)). 7.15,1015:
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NEW SHOP 1.17.5.15 St. Plaza. 1-19-3-15
We have a good deal on ATB bikes. Come
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2331 NW 13th Str. 1251015We
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prices... 1-19-3-15 PREPARE FOR
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U NIVIR- Presidential Task Force To Study UF's I




Quality of Life for Blacks HispanicsInterim I


President Robert A. Bryan has this campus." He added, "This task forceis Student Financial Affairs; and Dovie
appointed a task force of eight studentsand not just window dressing to search for Gamble, recreation.
eight faculty members to examine the short-term solutions-this task force has Political science graduate student
Produced by UF Information' and Publications Services. 355 quality of life for Black and Hispanic long-range goals with a commitment to Russell Benjamin, a task force appointee,
and lor at usual rates to com
Tigert municate Hall.official paid notices and Important advertising information to students at the University. The Quality of solve whatever problems we find:' hopes the group can "make life a lot bet
students,acuity( and staff Call 392 0186'0IlnformatlonNominations Life Task Force will meet for the first time Dr. Gonzalez said the task force is unique ter for minority students." "The Univer-
today at 3:30: p.m. in Room 202 Tigert. because of its wide focus and considerationof sity is doing a good job of recruiting
Bryan has charged the group to review the problems of Hispanic students. "We minority students. Now we need to find
the status of Black and Hispanic students have been given the freedom and autonomy additional sources for fellowships and
Open and to suggest specific ways the Univer- to look at every part of the institution, other financial aid," said Benjamin.
sity can enhance their success. Results of and this very broad charge is unique.Also Other student members of the task force

For LAS Teaching the review and recommendations are to even,though Hispanics are the fastest-erow-- include senior Diego Monies; juniors
be presented in a written report to incom- ing minority group in the nation and flor- Alexandria Stewart, Saidy Barinaga,
ing President John Lombardi!by ida is one of four states with the largest Rosiana Oliver; Betsy Gardner and Patrick
Advising AwardsNomination College of Education professors Simon Hispanic populations, Hispanics are not Chesley; and graduate student Juan Vitali.

forms for this semester's Johnson and Gerardo Gonzalez will co- always seen as a {group having special The task force meeting is open to the
chair the task force. needs," said Gonzalez. public.
of Liberal Arts and Sciences
College? Dr. Johnson described the task force as Faculty members of the task force, in ad-
and Awards
Teaching Advising are different from past task forces because dition to Johnson and Gonzalez, include
available today through Friday, 9 a.m. to "we have a commitment from((Vice Presi- Vivian Correa, education; Isis Carbaial de I
3 p.m., in the Turlington Hall courtyard.Eighteen dent for Student Affairs) Dr. Sandeen and Garcia, associate general counsel; Gareth e WEEK
awards of $2,500 each will be
Interim President Bryan to really get at Schmeling, classics; Jackie Resnick, Uni- CAM P US
Nominations, which be made
given. can and identify the problems of Blacks on versity Counseling Center;Joel Buchanan,
by students, alumni, faculty, staff and d dTODAY
parents of students, are due March 1. =

nominees To be eligible must for demonstrate the teaching excellence awards,, Division of Human Resources Sets

effectiveness and innovation in course
design and/or/ instruction. Nominees for Seminars For Supervisors EmployeesThe QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE MEETING
the advising awards must display innova- to discuss life at UF for Black and
Hispanic students, 3:30: p.m., 202 Tigert.
tion and outreach in
advising. Division of Human Resources is of- For "public contact" employees who deal
Nomination forms are also available "CALENDARS OF THE COAST:Reading
sessions this with customer relations. Covers commun-
fering employee training se-
Climate and Growth Records from Mollusk
the office in 2014
through College Turlington -
in of Each train- with customers, resolv-
mester icating positively
a variety subjects.
the Phi service booth Shells," lecture by Douglas S. Jones, Divi-
Alpha Omega
and the
ing session will be in 451 Stadium and is ing customer complaints handling
located between the HUB and Turlington, sion of Natural Science,Florida Museum of
limited to 20 participants.Those interestedin difficult customer.
and 358 Little. For additional information, Natural History 3:45: p.m., 211 Bartram.
call the LAS office, 392-2230. attending a session must call Joella YOU ARE WHAT YOU COMMUNICATE BRASS RING, professional brass quintet -
Seay, 392-4626, to reserve a seat. Employees -10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Jan. 18, Feb. 27 8:15: p.m.? University Auditorium.
Aid must have approval from their imme- or Mar.: 20. To assist all employees in Tickets at University Box Office, 10:30: a.m.
Financial Help diate supervisors to participate. Sessionsare becoming more effective communicators, to 6 p.m. weekdays. ,?f'
as follows: including discussions of communication
Sessions Thru Feb. 8 EVERYTHING YOU AlWAYS WANTEDTO barriers, non-verbal communication, listen- WEDNESDAY"PRECIPITATION

The Office of: Student Financial Affairsis KNOW ABOUT SUPERVISION9a.m. ing skills and conflict resolution. AS A SOURCE OF

conducting help sessions through Feb. .to 4 p.m.,Jan. 25, Feb. 14 or Mar. 14. NUTRIENTS "for Epiphytes in Tropical
Cloud Forests, seminar sponsored by the
For the new supervisor or a refresher course
for in
8 students needing assistance completing Faculty Support with Kenneth Clark
Includes Botany Department,
financial aid forms. for experienced supervisors. time of Sarasota's Marie Botanical Gar-
Workshops will be held at 7 p.m. at management, supervisory communications, Center Selby
Computing dens, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram.
the following locations on these dates: performance appraisals, discipline and JEWISH SCHOLAR JONATHAN

Jan. 17-Rooms 361-363 Reitz Union, motivation. Offers Grad HoursThe SARNA lectures on "The Struggle to
Jan. 29-Hume Hall Lobby Jan. HOW TO SUCCEED AS A SUPERVISOR Preserve American Judaism: 19th Century
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31-Beaty Towers TV Room, Feb. or Mar. 22. For employees with no pre- Faculty Support Center for Com- .m., Gannett Auditorium.FRONTIER .
Broward Hall, Feb. 5-Graham Area vious supervisory experience. Explores puting is open evenings and Sundays this OF SCIENCE LECTURE,
Lobby Feb. -Murphree Area Com- fundamentals of personnel managementand semester to graduate students and their
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8-Rooms 346-347 Reitz Union. ing, employee assessment and the chang- preparation.The 8 McCarty Auditorium.
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is Monday through Thursday, 7 to
Financial Affairs, 392-1275. EVALUATING EMPLOYEE PERFOR- open Beal discussing his recent work and the
MANCE-9 a.m. to noon, Feb. 8 or Mat. 9. 10:30: p.m., and Sunday afternoons from of Naturalism he developed in the late
1 to 5 for the trial style
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For supervisors responsible for appraising p.m. spon- lOs, 8 p.m., Reitz Union Ballroom.
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Lecture Topic functions.they' relate to other management graduate student status. For additional in- 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium. T

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I Kansas still No. 1 in poll
Swim
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tained the No. 1 ranking for the The United ,.... Intern.tll".1 Io.d .t 500th win for
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lege basketball teams joined the ::';4 tau lot=0.0404 4::d''I6 bet oolnte..I's la
Top 20 on Monday in voting con- rriIng. SHARON GINN more Bob Utley, and freshman Jason Thompson all
ducted by United Press 1.KII'IU ((30)( 582 1 Alligator Writer won two events. Sophomore Anthony Nesty, a gold
International's Board of Coaches. 2.Georgetown ((9!)'118.o' !'548 2 medalist in the 1988 Olympics, took top honors in
4.Oklahoma Missouri '1S.'1)))431 488 3 5 The UF women's swim team apparently wasn't the 200-yard()() butterfly in his debut as a Gator.
Kansas again received strong 5.Syracu ((12.1)')!387 8e. adversely affected by the announcement Thursdaythat The women had six different individual winners
liinotl 12.1)')347 7 Randy Reese would resign their coach.
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support over Georgetown for the 7.Michigan ((11.2))332 5I. and swept the two relays. Sophomore Kristen
top spot The Jayhawks ((18-0)) col- .DIU ((12-2)293) 11e. Saturday, the 104,fourth-ranked women gave UF Linehan swam the fastest time for the Lady Gators
lected 30 of 39 first-place votes cast 10..Nevada-Las louisVIlle Vegas ('((12.2(10-3)250)!219' 10 8 its 499th swimming win in school history with a 62-49 this year in the 1,650 freestyle16 minutes, 47.83

and totaled 562 points. Georgetown l Genrpis Tech (I(11.1): : )215 ; defeat of Miami. seconds.
((13-0))) received nine first- 13.Lou Arkansas State ((102)152) 1 Minutes later, the 6-2, ninth-ranked men's team The victories came just two days after Reese
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place votes and 548 points. No. 3 14. Indiana 112.2! fI6 12 brought in victory No. 500 a 65-39 rout of the announced that at the conclusion of the 1989-90
Oklahoma, one of the poll's three ft UCLA- ,., ((11-2)) 44 191a unranked Hurricanes. season, he will coach only the men's team.
undefeated teams at 12-0.had 488 17.51.Purdue John" ((112)28) 27 16to Z UFs combined win-loss record nowrstands at The decision came as a surprise to many, but
points. Xavier(Ohio) 114-31 20 I 500-117-3, dating back to 1930 for the men,and 1973 Reese said that he had been considering the change
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2'3, ALISGATOP Tt ESDAY. JANUARY 16, 1900


' A conversation with new coach Steve Spurrier I



The new Gator football coach talks about
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his goals and ideas for the team he inherits \
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and bring order to the team?
Since his arrival on New Year's Eve new
I hope not, but I imagine that some-
football coach Steve Spurrier has given Gator
Al along the line I'm probably going
raithful across the state reason to believe UF 4L
have to suspend a player if he docs
football is headed toward its greatest heightsin
something that embarrasses our team and our
the 1990s. Alligator staff writer Mike Dame
I'm do that and
university. prepared to hope
spoke with Spurrier at length last week to
fully we can talk to them and try to impress
discuss the 1966 Heisman Trophy winner'sgoals ,
upon them the reasons to be a good citizen
and philosophies.
and stay out trouble. When a football player
You've placed a lot of emphasis on the breaks rules and gets into trouble, it's not just
Q importance of an education. How docs him, it's all of us. It's his teammates, coaches,
i ib I''
that fit in with the athletic demands at head coach, athletic director, University of
UF? Florida fans it makes all of us look bad.

your college days arc over you That's why (Athletic Director) coach (Bill)
Nnhen go out and get a good job, a Arnsparger hired me, to keep these players
ful job that pays a decent salaryso doing the right things. That's the first thing I
you can live comfortably. want our talked about as our goals as a football program.We .
players to have character, be good studentsand want sound citizens with good characteroff
then be football players. That's what col. the i field. I

lege is all about, and I think it's a shame thatso Allen Trammel!, one of your former
many players come to the university, play Q| teammates; in the 1960s and now the
their hearts out for their school and after four president of the UF Letterman's Club,
ir five years they leave with no degree, no said you exude an air of winning. He said with
education and they've not bettered themselvesat you on the field,the Gators thought they could
all. It's our job as coaches to impress upon win any time they took the field. Winning has I't
our) players that the main objective is to get followed you everywhere. What is your secret?
the education and graduate: hard to answer, and I don't like
The NCAA voted last week to begin AiThat's about myself too much. Basically
Q year-round testing for drugs. First-time try to do is practice and repeatso
offenders COUld lose a year of eligibility many plays that when you get into a pres.
ender the new rules. What arc your feelings sure situation, you don't really have to be
iRout the measure? nervous or be tight. Just go ahead and play
I am for testing. I think if and allow good plays to happen. Really, I think
APcrsonallY' to hide, then it ccr- instead of the desire to win, hating to lose is
bother you. The school a little bit more of an emotion. I hate to lose a
'Nat I just left Duke University, is a private whole lot more than I like to win. And I think
,rhool. and they do not) test there. They say it most coaches are that way. Mentally you try t
G an infringement on privacy. But I'm for the to get your team to where they expect to win.QBecause .
way the University of Florida does it. Basically, of the uncertainly with the
"I'm not here to try and change any policies, | : : job and possible NCAA
Because I agree with the way we run our many high school athletes I
tootball department and athletic department across the state didn't consider UF before your ,
arrival. What kind of reaction have you been
The NCAA also voted to shorten spring getting of late from high school prospects?
Q| practice by five days, from 20 days to c've been receiving a positive re-
15 days, beginning in 1991. Do you A and we should. Shoot, I and our ALLIGATOR PHOTOS
beneficial for the finest Top: Steve Spurrier details'his plans as
thin that will\ be players? arc all coaches at
A I think that's OK. I think once you get academic school in this state. Vanderbilt is the coach of the Gators during a Dec. 31
ZA started,possibly you don't need 20 days. only school academically ranked higher thanus news conference. Far left: Spurrier works
JL AjBut that starts in '91, so that will\ really in the SEC (Southeastern Conference). The out in the team training room in a photo

help us because we'll put in a new system advantage of a Florida degree, living in the taken several years ago. Left: Spurrier
offensively and defensively. We'll need all the state of Florida we should be able to excel confers with an associate during a practice

time we can get this year.JThe easily. Football-wise, we have the finest facilities session.was .
past few years, the UF has had we're going to put grass back on the field.
problems on the football And when they enlarge the stadium to 85,000
often involving run-ins with the (capacity), it will be one of the finest in the
difficult to discipline the Gators nation.We've got everything going for us here. r1
We've just got to get out and get the message
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f across and get a little better track record for a .
graduating our players. That's something that l
will come along with our success on the field. ItN
And hopefully these young men will maybe
look at my track record.
The coaching staff you have brought

| to UF boasts a vast array of experience, y ,
from college to the United States Foot 4
ball Ceague to Arena football. What was your

philosophy when you were choosing your assistants
?
A The first thing you look for is a good

ZA person, someone you know you can get
JL JLalong with and you can send him to any

high school in the state or any alumni group here. How would you handle a I can assure you.
and he's going to represent you and the University problem with overzealous boosters? One of the most pressing concerns of
of Florida. After that, you look for men Obviously you can't watch every Q fans around the state is whether or not
that can get along with other people. Thereare around the But
state. hopefully Emmitt Smith is going to stay here or
so many coaching staffs that have a few r1.ow;; with what has happened when move on to the NFL Have you had a chance
+r coaches that can't get along with the other schools are accused and convicted of cheating, to talk with Emmitt one-on-one?
guys, and you can't have it. It's something I you see what damage it does to a university. We've talked a couple of times. He's
will not put up with, and I really believe we've Hopefully those boosters can see that. If they A till thinking and weighing all the pos-
got coaches with excellent character. And do anything to hurt their school, other boost. ibilities. I talked to him a little bit about
their track records as coaches are great. ers ought to make it tough on them. You just
Former UF head coach Charley Pell try to educate them and impress upon them
Q got in trouble with boosters while he that we're not going to break any rules here. see Spurrier, page 17I



TUESDAY,JANUAKV16,1990,AUJGAT )R. 2?



earn team, personal victories at meet I


and W dtmeler.Brennalt .
By SHARON GINN
lived up to the expectations by
Writer
Alligator winning the all-around with a 37.35 and the
The UF gymnastics team posted more vault with a 9.60. She also placed second in
6 than just team victories Friday night whenit the floor exercise competition with a 9.55,
defeated Georgia College and Iowa in its with a routine choreographed by Miller
season opener. Two Gator gymnasts had "(She) was a real joy because I've been
personal triumphs of their own. trying to convince her she could do that for
For the first time in her college career, three years,"Weaver said. "It's all right that
all eyes were focused on senior Karen she did it in the last year. It would be pretty
Alx Brennalt. And for sophomore Christina Mc- hard to tell her tonight that she's not goingto
M Donald, the event that caused her such griefin nationals."
last year's opening meet put the former "It was a nice feeling to be out there,"
F Olympian in the spotlight.All Brennalt said. "I've been working very hard
this from a depth-shy team whose and I feel that everything I accomplished I
success this season figured to be questionable have worked for. I came in every day with
at best. the hope that I'd do all-around."
Any doubts that the injury-plagued UF Brennalt had to share the spotlight with'
gymnasts would continue to do well were McDonald, who competed in her first full
erased when the team scored 184.80 pointsto meet with the Gators. She was expected to
'' Iowa's 177.50 and Georgia College's be a standout on the team last year, but
;' r 169.55 in the O'Connell Center. The Gators injured her right knee during her balance

..,.. 4 took 10 of 13 individual event honors and beam dismount at the 1989 season opener.
it, first and second in the allaround.The McDonald, captain of Canada's 1988
only non-UF gymnast with a notable Olympic gymnastics team, proved she has
performance was Iowa's Lori Cole, who took healed from her injury both mentally and
third place on the vault, second on the physically by winning the balance beam
balance beam and third in the all-around event with a 9.30. She also took second on
competition. the uneven bars with a score of 9.35.

UF starts its season at 2-0 with the dual- "In warmup I did (think about the injury),
meet victory. but not in the meet," McDonald said. "You
Gators coach Ernestine Weaver said she just remember how to compete."
was happy with the results of the meet, but "She did a beautiful bar routine," team-
was particularly pleased with how they handled mate Pam Titus said. "And the beam I
the loss of senior All-American Janice was so happy for her. I think it is a big
Kerr and sophomore Lynette Wittmeier to accomplishment for her."
preseason injuries. Titus had her own triumphant momentsat
That was left behind before they came the meet. The All-American, lacking a
into the gym," she said. "They have confidence beam routine, did not compete in the all-
s x in themselves." around. But she did place in the three eventsin

Brennalt and McDonald certainly demon which she performed, taking top honors
strated their self-confidence: Friday night. in the floor exercise with a 9.60, tying Mc.
For the first time, Brennalt went into the Donald for second place on the uneven bars
meet as the expected standout for the Ga and placing third on vault with a 9.10.
tors. Last season, she showed a glimpse of "I'm pretty satisfied Titus said. "There
.! her abilities by winning the Southeastern were a lot of problem areas. Bars was not a
Conference vault championship, but for the good routine for me. It's kind of hard to say
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI-ALLIGATOR past three years,her performances had been right now (when I'll compete in the all-

UP gymnast Christina McDonald rebounded from, her season-ending injury last year overshadowed by gymnasts such as six-time see Gymnastics page 17
to win the balance beam event in Friday's meet. All-American Melissa Miller, as well as Kerr


UF athletic officials opposedto Lady Gators fall short I


Auburn 73-66
against

cutback of basketball seasonreally . .
DOYEL helped put the Lady Tigers up 4t>-
By GREGG
liked for that (vote) to have happened a little Alligator Writer 36 at intermission.
By RON KASPRISKE differently. But it won't take effect until 1992, so the UF shut down Jones during the
Alligator Writer NCAA has several chances to review this rule and The UF women's basketball second half, holding her to seven

UF delegates left last week's NCAA national convention make sure it's the best course of action to take." squad couldn't figure out Auburn's points. But Godby picked up the
inside-outside tandem of Linda slack, using her 6-foot-6 frame to
in Dallas pleased with the steps the association The NCAA thought it took the best course of
Saturday
short theN
Godby and Carolyn Jones on toss jumpers over
took to reform several rules. action in several areas, thanks to a push by college falling to the 15th-ranked smaller Lady Gators. Godby, who
With one exception. presidents to emphasize to college athletes the importance before fouling
Lady Tigers 73-66 in Auburn, Ala. finished with 13 points
UF Athletic Director Bill Arnsparger and his as- of academics in the 1990s. For the third time in a week, the out with 5:32: to go, scored five
sistant in charge of finances, Jeremy Foley, made it to start the second
Delegates voted in several reforms that Arnsparger Lady Gators suffered from the too- quick points
quite clear that the new rule to cut the college said were favorable not only to the President'sCommittee little, too-late syndrome. UF actually half as Auburn opened a 19-point
basketball season from 28 games to 25 beginningin but to athletic directors and coaches. outscored Auburn in the lead, 5738.

1992 is something they strongly oppose. Presidents and athletic department officials were second half, but couldn't quite UF chipped away, though, pull-
Foley said the loss of three games would cost UF pitted against each other throughout much of the overcome the Lady Tigers' 10- ing to within seven points on a
$150,000 in revenue, and while that may sound like convention, but through compromises, legislationwas point halftime lead, mimicking two three-point shot by senior guard
just drop in the Athletic Association's multi-million passed to appease both sides."I previous losses. Camille Ratledge with 1:22: remain
dollar bucket, it's still money the school counts on. ing. But the Lady Gators could get'
"One hundred fifty thousand dollars is $150,000," think many of the issues that were discussed at Last Saturday, UF played third- no closer than six on a Sophia
Foley said. "It's hard to speak for the majority (of the convention were issues that both sides neededto ranked Georgia even except for a Witherspoon three-pointer with
stretch late in the first
said. "Some of the two-minute
economic on, Arnsparger
compromise
definite
schools), but. this will have a seven seconds left.
impact with no exceptions. If this rule goes into original proposals needed to be Worked out." half that gave the Lady Bulldogsan
insurmountable nine-point lead. Witherspoon had 17 points and
effect, we'll" have to find a way to make up for lost Arnsparger said the presidents' original proposalof Wednesday, a Florida State run seven rebounds for the Lady Ga-
revenue. shortening spring football practice to only 10 days over the last five minutes of the tors, who fell to 9-5 overall, (0-2 in*
Foley added that he has a long time to figure out with the elimination of contact drills was a good opening period enabled the Lady the Southeastern Conference. Junior
how to make up for the loss of revenue, but he hopesit example. Seminoles to hold on for a one- forward Rhvonja Smith added
never comes to that. point victory over the Lady Gators. 13 points and a game-high 13 re-
Arnsparger echoed that sentiment, saying the The original proposal had to be compromised, bounds for UF, which out-
the said Arnsparger, who voted for spring football to be Jones had 22 first-half points-
NCAA out if shortening
has two years to figure rebounded the taller Lady Tigers
basketball season is the right thing to do. reduced to 15 days with five no-contact: days. "You most coming from the perimeter 44-35.
have to keep contact in football. That would be like as Auburn opened an 14-point *
"We would not support anything that takes money our taking the water out of a swimming pool. Everyone lead in the early going. After UF Jones led Auburn ((12-4,3-0)) with
away from a program that is used to support the compromise in good faith." cut the deficit to 29-23, Jones 29 points and eight rebounds.
other 14 sports," Arnsparger said. "We would have accepted Wit--; ..:I.,,'n\'\mmMAvwwwmvvYUGymnasts : ,



28.ALLIGATOR TUESDAY,JANUARY 16, 1990


SPORTSChatman





I takes leave from basketball squadBy



am not really enjoying the arship. DeVoe has been the focus of strategy against the Tigers until

All of basketball right now and Chatman, who averaged 12.6 some of the players' frustrationsthis the injuries sidelined Chatman

burned out," Chatman said. points and seven rebounds a game season, having rearranged the out.Chatman's
UF this time, I feel it is important for the 6-5 Gators, was not sched- starting lineup for the past three mother, Claudette,
Livingston care of my physical well- uled to play in Saturday's 84-62 games. reached by The Alligator at her
speculation I do not think it would be victory over Auburn at the Against Kentucky last Wednes- home in Lakeland, said the deci-
day with the to my teammates or fans to O'Connell Center because of his day, DeVoe did not play his three sion was strictly her son's."I .

take an to play in this physical injuries. He skipped Friday's prac- top returning front-line players let Livingston take care of
from the or frame of mind." tice and did not appear at the arena Chatman, center Dwayne these things," she said. "It was his
a preseason All-South for the game, leaving DeVoe and Schintzius and forward Dwayne decision."

ward Chatman from Conference player, said he his teammates wondering about Davis at the same time. She declined to say how long
DeVoe."I UF lost 89-81 to the probation-
v\nd concentrate on working to- the situation. Chatman had been thinking aboutit.
his decision. a degree in sociology. He said Following Saturday's game, depleted Wildcats, and the three- .
in 1991. some called by some analyststhe
to
graduate DeVoe had harsh words about
a sprained best front line in the college This was not the first time Chat-
added he has not ruled Chatman going AWOL but
right knee, was ranks openly questioned man has made a departure from
the possibility of returning next more understanding Sunday.
licly upset DeVoe's tactics. the team. He and Schintzius both
ing changes He said he will not transfer is skipped a practice session the day
"Livingston obviously going Those players, who led UF to its
Norm school. through some physical and mental first SEC title last season, pointedout following DeVoe's appointment as
ousted amid chose to come here, and I'll' anguish at this time," DeVoe said. the previous success as reason interim coach. Both said they were
lations be a Gator," Chatman said. "Hopefully, he can work through they should be playing together. upset about the way Sloan's dis-

coaching said he will recommend these times and play again. I wish Nonetheless, DeVoe said he had missal was handled and protestedthe
coach Don retain his athletic schol- him a speedy recovery." planned on using! the same situation.Bentley.


I Schintzius stands tall in UF victory I shines


I as track teams
By DAN STIFFLER I
Alligator Staff Writer

While! off-court distractions continue to open seasonBy

.)ague! the UF basketball team, one player
stood head and shoulders above the rest m GREGG DOYEL
the O'Connell Center on Saturday. Alligator Wnter

v Eight inches to be exact. UF freshman Dion Bentley burst onto the

Center Dwayne Schintzius scored 26 collegiate track scene with a bang at the

points and pulled down 13 rebounds to lead Florida All-Comers Meet on Sunday at the

the Gators to an 84-62 victory over an O'Connell Center, breaking the 10-year-old
Auburn Tigers squad with no starter taller Southeastern Conference indoor long-jump
than 6-foot-6 in front of a crowd of 9,177. l record in his first meet as a Gator.
soared 26 feet inches beat
Bentley five
to
later that
But night, Schintzius became
the 26-4 jump Tennessee's Grimes.
involved in an incident at the Alpha Tau Jason
He also smashed the UF
record of 25-31/2,
Omega fraternity house that forced interim
set in 1987 by Nick Rahal.
coach Don DeVoe to suspend the preseason -
All-America candidate Monday. "Dion Bentley had just an unbelievable
performance today," Gators track coach
And Schintzius had just become the focal John Webb said.
point of the Gators' attack when forward
Four
other UF
w performers and two relay
Livingston Chatman missed Friday's prac- teams didn't fare too badly themselves,
tice and the It later
game. was announcedthat
walking away from the 1,000-plus partici-
Chatman plans to sit out the rest of the
pant meet with victories.
year. Anita Howard matched Bentley's splashy
Schintzius scored repeatly inside over debut by winning two events with NCAA
the smaller Auburn lineup.The Tigers were qualifying times in both. Howard's time of
forced to foul Schintzius, and the 7-2 senior 6.71 seconds in the 55-meter dash broke

converted all eight of his free-throw at her own school record of 6.81, set last year.

tempts. Later, she won the 200 in 23.73,while fellow
v.: Also shining on the inside for the Gatorswas Lady Gator Tasha Downing finished fourthin
disgruntled forward Dwayne Davis. 24.56.

Davis, who was upset after the Kentucky One of the best showings of the day, that
game, replaced Chatman in the starting of All-American Earl Diamond, didn't net a
lineup and had 10 points, 10 rebounds anda victory. Diamond finished five hundredthsof
team-high five assists. a second behind Olympic gold-medalist
Arthur Blake, who recorded time of 7.21
"Dwayne Davis is one of the best re- a
bounders in the league," Auburn coach in the 55 hurdles.

Tommy Joe Eagles said. "Schintzius and UF sophomore Tyrone Kemp's anchor
leg of 45.6 in the 1,600 the Gatorsa
Davis are both a factor inside as much as relay gave
keeping the ball alive on the boards." come-from-behind win, while UFs Russell
\ Willitt won the shot put with a heave of 55
But Davis acknowledged the Gators had feet, nine inches.
to raise their level of play with the absenceof
Chatman. UF women's coach Beverly Kearney,
looking for her athletes to step in and
"We miss him a lot," Davis said. "We had provide results, found two volunteers in
to work harder. He took a lot of pressure Kim Mitchell and Coralena Velsen.'Mitchell

.off us." placed second in the 400 with a time of
AUBURN ((62)-) Caylor 470-08, Amok) 8-110-0 ,16, Brand. 55.52, while Velsen sixth ((5:05.38): ).
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6, Patrick ,12-0-03, Baumgartner 01000' Wrench 000-00, The javelin throw was almost a Lady
Smith 000-00, Hester 0-0 0-0 0 Total 23.56 13-18 62 Gator sweep. Cindy Herceg won the event
UF((84))- Davis 4-62410' Pool 041-41, 0 Schintzlui 819 .r -
8.8 26, Garcia 3-8 4-412' Grimsley 2.3 0.2 4, T Schintziui 0-10.0 with a toss of 165-6, followed by Mary Aman
0 Cartir452310Tumf12244'Jackson 3.711. 7. Hogan 2.3 (third),Jai Dakoski (fourth) and Katherine
238.: Stewart: 110-02. Let 0-0000. Totals 29 59 22.3384. Heller fifth
( ).
Halftime-UF 42, Auburn 32, Three.point, goals-Auburn 312
._.(Gallon '1-3, Battle 1 1.5. Dennison, Patrick 1 1-2)). UF 4-11 (Garcia Also, UF's Raelene Carter won the discus
2-6. Jackson 0.2r.oa:02.3)) Fouled out- Brandt Total loud- REGGIE GRANT ALLIGATOR with a toss of 137-4 1/2 while the women's
Auburn 25, UF ; Auburn 32 (Caytor 10)), UF 41 UF', Willie Jackson goes for a layup against Auburn's Reggie Gallon during the ,
((0.ScNntfu* 13)) Assists Auburn"J1.(Battle 4J J. UF 16 (Days 5)). .. ... 1,600 relay team notched a victory in
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