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UF graduate murdered behind fraternity I

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By MIKE BRUSCELL NW First Avenue. Willis started arguing after Willis got out Willis to the hospital while his other friend
was a member of the frater of his car, Darnell said. asked a neighbor to call police.
Alligator WriterA nity. "We don't know what caused Joel Thompkins, a cook at Balls Oyster&
former UF student died Wednesday After Willis dropped his r the argument, what was said or Wing Bar, said he saw Willis there Tuesday
morning several hours after he was shot in friends off and they got inside what the motive might have been," night, but didn't notice him get in any argu
the face during an argument near a fraternity their car, a third car Darnell said. "It was over rather ments.
house, Gainesville police said. pulled up behind them.The ,' quickly." Darnell said police are not linking the
suspects, described by police Expecting a fight, Willis asked murder to other crimes, including a shooting
Ronald Worth Willis,21,died at 9:28: a.m. as two black males ap- one friend for help.] His friend got incident Saturday morning at the Kappa
at Alachua General Hospital. Willis was shot proximately 6-feet tall with out of the other car and was struck Alpha Psi fraternity house. After being refused
by an unknown suspect from an estimatedtwo large builds, left their dark- in the face by one suspect. The entry to a party, police said a black
to three feet away,police spokeswoman colored car and approached other suspect shot Willis with a man with a chrome revolver fired several
Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Willis' car. His friends are Willis chrome handgun. Both suspectsnot shots in the yard and into the house. No one
Shortly after 2 am.,Willis dropped off two being identified because no suspects ran to the car and drove away, Darnell said.
friends at their car behind the Pi Kappa have been arrested. The men and Willis Willis' friend, who was not injured, drove see Murder, page 7
j Alpha fraternity house on the 1900 block of

I Clinic plan caters to women I

I Infirmary director agrees to separate-care proposal ,

By MIKE CARR 'The possibility exists, but it will be easy to make
Alligator Writer other teams all-women," Kellett said. "The majorityof
our staff is female."
.,, ,f After six weeks of complaining, protests and a Some UF women are still uneasy, however.
... l raop/l. %4y wfg trip to Tallahassee, UF women's rights groups were "There's a danger if a new patient unknowinglygets
l placated Wednesday when Infirmary Director Boyd placed in a pod unsuited for her needs" said
Kellett agreed to include a special place for womenin UF medical student Helga I Rippen. Two of the five
.1 his new plans for Student Health Services. health care teams will not have a gynecologicalnurse
The Women's Health Services team will have specialist, she explained.But .
all-women members, including a physician, an assistant Kellett said any female who calls for an
nurses and one of three gynecological nurse appointment or walks into the Infirmary will be
t th tn specialists currently working at the Women's Clinic. asked if she prefers an all-female team.
The other two specialists will be assigned to two
"But what if you originally come in for a nose
other teams. bleed and later have a gynecological problem and
"It's easy to do, it doesn't cost extra, and it fits need to switch teams?" asked Nicole Provost, another
right In with the team approach," Kellett said medical student. "How easy will it be to switch
Wednesday during a meeting of the Committee on three months down the road?"
the Status of Women. "If you don't like the people in your team, we will
Except for a few reservations, women's rights assign you to another team," Kellett said.
advocates approve Kellett's compromise. They had Under the present system at the Infirmary, patients
opposed the original plan because it abolished the go through a screening clinic. Their problemis
Women's Clinic and did not provide for separate determined, and they are sent to the clinic most
women's care any other way. appropriate for their needs. Kellett said this systemis
"I definitely like this plan a lot better," said Betty inefficient because many health care providers
Campbell, member of Campus Organized Against stand idle while others are swamped with work.
Rape."I Under Kellett's reorganization, each patient will
like the flexibility of the plan," said Heather be assigned to a health care team which will have
Stein,director of women's issues for the Panhellenic the personnel to treat the entire person, he said.
Council. Students proposed having an all-women's team at
Stein was referring to Kellett's promise to increase the last Student Health Advisory Board meeting in
the number of all-women's teams should one December and Kellett liked it, he said.
not be enough to handle patient demand.

Perks come with the job I

Student body president gets travel carefree parking
$3,000 for other trips. Presidents can spend the
money, which comes out of student activity fees,
Alligator Writer any way they like. But the trips are for official SG
,,1-1; See the country. Park anywhere you want on business only.Former .
... ,/ campus. Get the best seats in the house. Student Body President Scooter Willis
( '.l.ii'i''!''' ; No, these aren't recruiting inducements for UF and current President Ed Scales both traveled to
; presidents or head football coaches.These are some Washington and Tallahassee to lobby legislators
,", '''' /,'y '" of the perks that come with the UF student body during their terms.
'f 9 ,.. '\\t' president's job. "You can basically take your pick where you wantto
"t: ; : Besides their $4,500 salary, student body presidents go," Willis said. "SG has a big travel budget for
receive other benefits while in office. The the president. I chose Washington."

REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR travel budget is the biggest benefit given to presi- In addition to the lobbying trips,Scales and other
Bowled and determinedJim dents. SG officials attended a six-day music seminar in New
Janowski, a liberal arts and sciences student from Student Government accountant Rex Glover said York City last summer. The group met with bands,
the 1989-90 SG budget allotted $31,500 for trips
Largo, Fla. bowls at the Reitz Union. see Perks, page 7
involving_ lobbying legislators and an additional




student senator Pat Siracusa seems to be When an Alligator reporter asked Siracusa his
up to his old "funny"tricks again The political science name, he said "Howard Beach." When the reporter

major, who was recommended by former treasurer asked him more seriously, he said"Fred Kinnan,"and t tp tw
Alan Levine for interim treasurer because he was a even spelled it for the reporter. After the group's

great "doughnut chairman for the SUN party," at- meeting, Siracusa using his real name went to ,
tended the white student union meeting Tuesday Senate and was defeated for the interim treasurer of <
night Siracusa kept cracking what he thought were position.
funny remarks about the controversial student group. ANA ACLE

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Garrett and fiction writer Mary Angelo will meet tonight at 7:30: in Business Reitz Union Room 361. Call 336.4694
will read from their works at Building room 103. New membersare or Arlene at 3356598.For Good thru Jan.31,1990., On coupon pti person.SUmeesarMl .
Goerings' Book Store tonight at 8. A encouraged to attend. Call 378- sale: Rho Epsilon, the profes- ONO"ol 0-0 MM mm MON,ONO=00 r I.
reception, sponsored by Writers at 2984 for information.. sional real estate fraternity, will Mo y AwlaMtafAttiHenal CM! I
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ngan, 392-0777, for information.Act Association, will have its first of Florida Home Loan Corp. to speak HAIR DT
!: I Florida Rotaract will meet general meeting of the semester about mortgage banking tonight at SUPERCUTS I II II
tonight at 6 in Reitz Union Rooms tonight at 7 in Computer Science and 7:30: in Matherly 103. Call Chris Ken- I I SHAM POO IJ
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( information. Student Association will meet suite 206 A *300 Value ,J
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I Donations to Hippodrome exceed expectations 1

By NICOLE SNEED keep the doors open this spring. "Romance, director of marketing and development. But to keep the theatre's six programs-includ-
Alligator Writer Romance" is supposed to be performed at Mark Sexton, associate director of develop- ing the internship program for UF theatre
the Constans Theatre on UF's campus, ment, said those deadlines shouldn't be students and the Hippodrome Improvisa-
The Hippodrome State Theatre has received Hausch said. considered the end of the tunnel. tional Teen Theatre operating.But .
o $37,000 in the first ten days of a "It will give us a nice opportunity to reach "The worst thing that could happen right with a $1,000 donation from the
fund-raising effort to keep its doors open, UF students who may not have a chance to now is to lose that momentum,"Sexton said. Downtown Redevelopment Agency, two
Hippodrome officials said at a news confer- visit the Hippodrome," she said. Federal cutbacks have forced the Hippo- $5,000 donations from the Oaks Mall and

ence Wednesday.But Judith Williams, UF theatre department drome and four other state theatres to lookto The Sovereign Restaraunt, and a fund rais-
Hippodrome producing artistic direc- chairwoman, said if the Hippodrome closes, their communities for money. Unlike the ing drive being held this weekend at the
tor Mary Hausch said although the 200 UF students will lose a valuable internship Hippodrome, however, the other theatresare Oaks Mall, Hausch was optimistic.
donations exceeded the theatre's two week program,which has bonded the theatre and in wealthier communities, Hausch said.
goal by $2,000,it will not be enough to carry UF over the years. Hippodrome officials decided last sum- 'The" Hippodrome was a dream come true
for she said."I think Gainesville las let
them into their next production, much less "We need to do everything humanly pos- mer the theatre had to cut its $1 million us,
1991. sible to keep it here," Williams said. budget to $775,000 because of lost state us know in more ways than"one that theydon't
want to stop dreaming.
Hausch said the theatre needed $30,000to The Hippodrome needs to raise $150,000to grants.
produce "Romance, Romance,"a musical $200,000 by June 1 to give them a solid Hausch said they had to fire employeesand Alligator Writer Colleen Moynahan con
I set to open Feb. 16, and $32,000 more to foundation for 1991, said Michael Wright, cut back spending on sets and costumes tributed to this report.Satellite.

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""-AV .** .low <.' .... trains policeBy

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... Alligator
J 1 Lt. Harvey Montgomery wants UF police
!) officers to watch more television specific-
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4l"",'f'" ally a 24-hour satellite network devoted to
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police-oriented programming.The
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""' .................j. broadcasting since spring 1989, became part
of the police's training program last Novem-
4 ber, said Montgomery, the department's train-
ing commander.The .
network's programming includes live
national and international news, officer safety
tips and features on physical and mental
health.Montgomery said the$488 monthly fee
UF police pay for the network isn't for enter-
*-ji '* -* tainment it saves them the thousands of
.. dollars it would cost to have officers trainedat
schools such as the University of Louisville.
. .
" '. "It's not war stories,"Montgomery said."It's
training, education and knowledge that most
departments won't get because they can't af-

1 ford Courses it" broadcast on the network are accredited

1'I by the Southern Police Institute. The
network currently broadcasts managementand
'I supervision training, but will eventually
include criminal law and psychology courses,
Montgomery said.
Although the programming hasn't resultedin
SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR any policy changes yet, Montgomery said
a A horse of course videotaped programs added to their library
Students aren't the only ones enjoying the return of warm weather to Gainesville this week. A horse at the have improved officers' mandatory eight

UF Horse Teaching Unit enjoys a cool dip in the pasture's pond. hours of training per month._Programs_i include<<:
management, domestic violence, suicide and
child abuse features. The tapes are availablefor

Martinez approves Lombardi stresses he said.all officers,making training more effective,

"It's very current and very relevant to what
\ habitat protection the officers are dealing with today," police
private donations spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. "It's stuff
1 Gov. Bob Martinez canoed down the Suwannee River they're seeing and dealing with everyday on
Wednesday to sign an executive order protecting the river creating the base to become a great the streets."
and its tributaries from potentially damaging develop- By DUANE MARSTELLER university," he said. "It is already Network programming broadcasts to both
ment. Alligator Wnter there. It's within our reach." the training center and the officers' lounge.
"The plans are well documented and there has been ORLANDO UF needs far More than 150 alumni and boosters Broadcasts are scheduled by the network ac-
good input," Martinez told the crowd of about 50 people more than state money to propel including former UF presidentJ. cording to duty shifts. Programs are repeated
who gathered at the Wayside Park in Gilchrist County. itself among the nation's top 10 Wayne Reitz,attended the recep- three times daily from 6 a.m. Sunday to mid-
"The main concern now is enforcement. universities, UF President-elect tion designed to acquaint them with night Friday.
Martinez signed the order to regulate residential and John Lombardi! told alumni and Lombardi, said Wayne McDaniel, "It's like constant training" said Officer
industrial development and set aside park areas to pre- boosters at a reception here director of alumni affairs. David Andrews. "Sometimes I'll come in halfan
serve the Suwannee River habitat, an area 30 miles west Wednesday night. But Lombardi! and UF Interim hour before a shift and watch."
of Gainesville.A To get there, Lombardi! said the President Robert Bryan used the Montgomery said the network broadcasts
21-member task force recommended that protective university must get more private opportunity to pitch for UF's $250 programming other news services don't, suchas
plans be implemented by the Florida Department of money, faculty must be willing to million capital campaign fund, exclusive interviews with officers shot on
Natural Resources, the Florida Game and Fresh Water compete against the nation's best, begun in 1988 to lift UF into the duty and footage of attack-team raids.
Fish Commission and the Suwannee River Water Man- and students must become proudto nation's top 10 public universities."No "It seems that unless a police officer gets
agement District. study at UF. university becomes abso- killed or somebody does something wrong,
The task force study found the Suwannee area to be in "All of these must come togetherto lutely great based on state funds they won't broadcast it," Montgomery said.
relatively good condition, officials said. make UF a great university," alone,"Lombardi said."Every great "(The network shows) good news. This is
Lombardi said. "It's all within our public university has to have a large education for us."
The point of the plan is that there is great potential,
amount of private money as tend to be little in-depth,
"They a more a
Martinez said. "We want to make sure damage does not grasp.
come with the development of the Suwannee." "This university, with the workof see Lombardi, page 4 little less sensationalist," Detective Eric
-JUDY SCHRAMM a lot of people, has succeeded in Moore said.




I What do UF's older students do on Friday evening?

a. 4.3 percent do their laundryb.
Colombian cartel admits defeatBOGOTA
12.6 percent Just stay at home.c. .

A few studyd.
Colombia (UPI) A written message tures from the drug traffickers when they have asked even
purportedly from members of a Medellin cartel hit for amnesty and immunity from extradition in exchange BUT SMART STUDENTS COME TO SOTA'SSOCIAL

squad said Wednesday the group accepted govern- for suspending their drug trafficking and EVENINGS.SOTA .
ment victory in the cocaine war and was willing to terrorist activities. is an organization that helps to meet the needs of UPs
suspend its terrorist campaign and drug-trafficking Former presidents Alfonso Lopez,Julio Turbay and older students. While SOTA is open to any student, the group's
operations.The Misael Pastrana had proposed that Colombia's traffickers emphasis is on serving the 25andoverstudent.Older .
statement, read to reporters in Medellin, an- would be treated more leniently if they freed students have social needs that differ from younger
nounced that in "favor of peace" the group was willingto kidnap victims and stopped exporting drugs. The students. We provide our own entertainments and social activities.
cease it actions in exchange for fair treatment for proposal appeared aimed at forging an agreement We're the people you don't find in most of your classes, the folks
their families. between the cocaine traffickers and the governmentof you used to know before you returned to school.
We provide varied activities such as picnics, parties, theatre
Reporters in Medellin said the document was turned President Virgilio Barco.
outings, etc. We also have a weekly social evening every Friday at
over by a kidnap victim, Patricia Echavaarria,who was The government so far has ignored the former 7:00: p.m. at P.J. O'Reilly's 1900 S.W. 13th Street.

released in a working-class neighborhood Wednesday presidents' proposal. On Friday, January 26, w. are going to the Hippodrome to
morning.The Interior Minister Carlos Lemos questioned the see "The Mystery of Irma Yep." We obtain advance group
note was signed "The Extraditables," the self- document's suggestion of more lenient treatment for tickets for $6 Instead of $14. You must show up at P.J.'s on
named group that launched a campaign of assassina- traffickers who met its conditions. "The governmentis Friday, January 19 to pay for your ticket
tions, bombings and kidnappings after government tied to certain laws, certain norms, that the govern- If you would like to receive our newsletter, fill out the attached
reinstated its extradition treaty with the United States.If ment cannot modify," Lemos said. slip and bring or mail it to our box at the Union.

authentic, the capitulation could be a response to Lemos said, "I do not believe in the promises" of funded by Student Government
a peace initiative this week by three former presidentswho the drug traffickers and said the government could ---------------------------
said the drug traffickers would receive more not be "benevolent" in its treatment of the cartels."I Mail or bring to
lenient treatment from the government if they ended believe that would be difficult because it would SOTA Box 29, Room 300, Reitz Union, University of Florida,,

the war declared Aug. 25. convert the government in a prisoner of organized Gainesville, FL 32611.
However, the government of President Virgilio crime," Lemos told reporters. [Name!].
Barco has consistently turned down other peace over- [Major] Phone]_
[[Address and zip]

e Soviets agree to withdraw troops I YOUR WRITING MUST BE CLEAR COMPLETE, AND READABLE

PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (UPI) The Soviet trying to link any troop withdrawal to the reduction
Union has agreed in principle to withdraw all 80,000of talks that reopened Tuesday in Vienna, a move the
its troops from Czechoslovakia, a Czech Foreign Czechoslovak delegation rejected.
Ministry spokesman said Wednesday. The Prague negotiatons adjourned late Tuesday and
Spokesman Lubos Dobrovsky,at a news conference were scheduled to resume early next month in Mos GROUPS, GROUPS, GROUPS
following two days of Soviet-Czechoslovak talks, saida cow.

timetable for the pullout must still be worked out, "The date for signing the (final) agreement is not Counseling Center Spring Term 1990
but said both sides are in "complete agreement" that the burning issue here. The burning issue is that the
all Soviet troops eventually would leave the country. troops are withdrawn," Dobrovsky said at the news
There was no immediate confirmation from the conference.
Soviet delegation, but the official Czechoslovak news Czechoslovakia has asked Moscow to pull out all
agency, CTK, quoted Soviet officials in Moscow as 80,000 of its troops by the end of the year. The
saying the talks yielded "positive results." Czechoslovak delegation asked the Soviets Tuesdayto The following small counseling: group art open to fulMlrne UF
students and spouses. You must have an Interview wWi en* of the leader
The Soviet officials also told the news agency that withdraw at least half its forces prior to elections to participate. Call 392-1575 or come to Counseling Center, 311 Little Hall,
the possible withdrawal of Czechoslovak troops would scheduled for early June, Dobrovsky said. for more Information or to sign up to talk to a group leader.

not be linked to talks underway in Vienna on reduc- Soviet army troops have been deployed in Czechos-
tions of conventional forces in Europe. lovakia since the 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion that
The Soviet delegation in Prague was said to be crushed the Prague Spring reform movement

FAMILY! ISSUES M'1 '. fM 3.00pm:
Will focus on how family of origin problems (alcoholic parents, parental' divorce, kin, and poor
. I relationships with parents) affect current relationships' and feelings about self' For students' who
Shuttle prepares for Fridav landingCAPE have Identified their family' nf origin Issue

CANAVERAL, Fla.. (UPI) Columbia's Wednesday, will guide NASA's oldest space shuttle to TRANSITIONS Mondivt., ]:00tMvm
For students with, .
having problem transition including death of I loved one, divorce, toss of
astronauts suffered another false equipment alarm in a pre-dawn landing Friday at Edwards Air Force Basein relationship, or other significant, life changes

the waning orbits of their 10-day flight Wednesday, California's high Mojave Desert. MAKING 'LAUJitlIl FPO"__ MonjJsjjJJl-iJifltlsrrj
got a break in the weather for Earth photography, and "He's certainly one of the finest stick handlers we've roe students who compulsively. overeat In cope with emotional problem

plowed through the last of their scientific experiments.In got in the astronaut corps," said Granvil Pennington, MESS..BUSTERS -,_Tan d.rt. 1.48. i.Mmii!
what was an otherwise quiet day, a smoke detector lead flight director America's 33rd shuttle mission, roe students, who want in learn effective. techniques and approaches" for managing sires and
aniiety Problem like ,lest anxiety, physical symptoms like, headaches and ulcers, social anxiety
in an aft avionics bay set off a shrill siren in the the second-longest for NASA. will he dimmed

shuttle cabin. Finding no traces of smoke, flight en- Good weather is expected for landing, but snow is '
BULIMIA -Cn> pJ j-TBCsdavui.!) <..Opm. Group 1 WedneidAXL ]::00 <:.30om
gineers attributed the scare to a bad sensor. possible Thursday in the Mojave Desert and Air Force Treatment fur omen obsessed With thinness' and struggling, with binge/purge eating behavior
"The feeling is it was a false alarm," NASA spokesman forecasters were closely monitoring two low-pressure I earn about' the underlying ,innunirs: ; of the problem' and develop alternate ways lo eope

Jeff Carr said. systems over California that could cause problems. lmlSI UtF! SF; _"- _ToruinyLI41.40pm' ; ,
Earlier in the week, erroneous data generated by a With their main objectives achieved, Brandenstein, For students who hive done well in other .... hut have dilficulliei, with mathematics or
navigational aid set off an alarm that awoke the crew co-pilot James Wetherbee, 37, Bonnie Dunbar, 40, math related courses learn strategies, for overcoming anxiety, stress and "psychological blocW.

from a sound sleep. Marsha Ivins, 38, and G. David Low, 33, wrapped up ASSERTION/SELF.:fnjMHnEEirp! / _Wednesdwj a.M ":.00nm,
For students those poor self confidence, them for themselves in relationships.
prevents asserting
Weather permitting, commander Daniel Bran- studies on materials processing, crystal growth, or other area of .their, live*.
denstein, who celebrated his 47th birthday in space human adaptation to weightlessness and other topics. DREW CROUP Wednesdays.4.M.i.OODHi

Personal problem solving-Fncii on personal. growth through supportive experiential! exercises.
analysis of dreams and journal .rilmgHCLAnilSE .

LOMBARDIfrom ing, but not in 10 years," said Tia ferred it that way. -____naadoo. ":OO) .'ifom
Homich, who graduated from UF The purpose of this group ii in help students who have question' about their. use of alcohol or
page 3 in December. "The first thing we "It was the most public university other substances, explore their relatinn
need to work on is our integrity. presidential search ever, but I ThunillTI. i..10 tMam:
In order for the University of Florida Right now, it leaves something to think it was good," Lombardi! said. and Focus friendship on exploring, personal'! problems related, in various kind of current intimate relationships
to become need both
great, we
be desired." "It gave the public the chance to
public and private money. GAY1!.Ea@IANL.Jl'JTIRT .
know who IO
was trying for the nurtl dayUJ1 S.OOpm
Neither Lombardi! di- pres-
Bryan A
nor Gay/Lesbian/ affirmative lupporl I group which will, deal with i issues related lo life style and
Most alumni who heard rectly mentioned UF's athletic idency. It was the best way to do relaloi! hips, with family. and significant' others
Lombardi! agreed that UF's goal to it."
when Lombardi!
problems, except fA nLI..DjRIGIN) ,
'''lU1dl' ; eYpm
become one of the top 10 public praised Bryan's leadership during"a Ihis group' will provide. structured activities. geared.. toward understanding the individuals) .
universities' by the year 2000 is conflict In relation, 'lo ""/h.r iniily of origin -
difficult time.
very Lombardi!, who will officially become -
noble,but one said she didn't knowif *CO\
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called the selection
Lombardi! also UFs president in March,will f ocus on 'issues rcl. ,
itcd .
it could be done within that time lo gnmmg up in a (.iniily where one or "both parents had problems with
period. process that named him UFs arrive in Gainesville today and attend alcohol or Imps Interested 'hllltrll' call r.,ihv Ov.en. .1 Q>M7I| or Dave Suchman! ,..W2.l"<.
ninth president "public relations a provost search committee
The plans they have are excit- propaganda," but said later he pre- meeting.


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I. Senate passes funding requests for COAR,, BSU I

By ANTHONY LEDERMAN is no reason we Although COAR got said.Levine,who is working at an internshipin
Alligator Writer shouldn't fund this," its money the group had Orlando, refused to comment.
Sen. Ross Bilbrey said passed a spe- to postpone Rape Aware- Senate also passed a special funding re-
Just three days after a UF student was during an extended de- ness Week until it was quest for the Black Student Union to bring
raped at knifepoint, a student group that bate. cial funding request to able to guarantee fund- Roots author Alex Haley to UF in Februaryfor
fights against rape had a difficult time get- "If this$3,000 savesa bring Roots author ing for Jean Kilbourne, Black History Month. The bill had
ting money from student senators. woman's life," who will be speaking passed last semester, but Levine vetoed it
During Tuesday's Student Senate meet- Bilbrey said, "then it's Alex Haley to UF for about the image of because of improper wording.
ing, Sen. Charlie Grapski mentioned the the best money the women in advertising.
Senate has ever Black History Month.spent. Also in time for the elections, three stu-
rape and said he hoped senators kept it in Maynard said COAR
dents to the elections
were com-
mind when discussing Campus Organized was unsuccessful in get-
mission.The commission listens to election
Against Rape's request for $3,000. COAR president Wendy Maynard said ting money last semester because former
conflicts that go before the Board of Mas-
This is a very serious issue," Grapski she needed the support of the Senate to senda treasurer Alan Le'vine had a personal ven- ters, Student Honor Court Chancellor Cris
said. "Something needs to be done." message to administrators, students and detta against her i group.e Martinez said.Secondyear.

But COAR members had to plead for the students' parents. She said Levin did not like her or theARand law student Walter Coursol,
money they eventually received."If "We're trying to protect the violaton of a members of CO ( he threatened to veto third-year law student Brian Collier and
we can spend more money sending woman's body," she said. "We need you to any funding the y requested. So COAR junior Eric Goebelbecker are the new
people to go march and have fun,then there do the right thing." waited until after Levine left UF, Maynard Honor Court members.
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I Film festival gives small-budget Library may replace

I movies local screening outletBy some lost study space .I

"Whether they're
RACHEL KEMPER as entertaining or palate
Alligator Writer able, these films aren't made with a design to. By DUANE MARSTELLER "Students, of course, are the ones
sell big." Writer most concerned about losing the study
When a Polish filmmaker couldn't produce a Graduate students were given a $2,000 bud Alligator seats,"said Carol Turner library public
film about the Solidarity movement in her native get to choose films for the festival. Their professors UF library officials are hoping to re- services assistant director. "We're try-
country, she left for New York City. and other film experts advised them on place about 100 of the 300 Library East ing to bring back some seating spaces,
Combining documentary and fiction,she rec- their selections. study spaces students lost last semes-- but we have to go through a few moves.
reated scenes in the film "Far From Poland," Hollywood movies already are well repre- ter, but some say that's not good It's very difficult to find space anywherein
which will be shown at UF next month. sented in local theaters and video stores, said enough. the library."
The 1990 Foreign Film Festival, which is Gregory Ulmer, a UF English and film profes- Because of a space crunch, library Turner said she didn't know when all
sponsored by the College of liberal Arts and officials replaced more than 300 study the seats would be replaced, or where '
Sciences and begins today,will feature foreignand sor.But documentaries,foreign and experimentalfilms spaces in Library East's second floor exactly they would go. As far as return-
American films each week this semester. and video art are too hard to find,he said. north reading room with offices last ing the seats to the reading room, she
Admission to the films is free. December, which sparked several stu- said"that area's pretty much closed off."
Elizabeth Coffman,an English graduate stu- "No one is taking responsibility for making dent and faculty complaints.Now The study carrels and tables were
,, dent who helped organize the series, said the these types of films available," Ulmer said."We library officials said they'll try replaced with offices for ordering and
films educate, rather than simply entertain. need to take leadership." to find room to replace about 100 of the receiving new books because there isn't
"People are used to going to the movies and The first film in the series, "Sheer Madness,* study carrels,although the spaces prob- enough room for all the books,studentssee
forgetting who they are and where they are," explores feminism sisterhood. It will be shown ably will be scattered throughout the
Coffman said. tonight at 7:30 in Turlington LOOS. library's two main buildings. Library page 7



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Hi. How have you been? Betcha been busy thinkin'

about your new job as UF president, huh? We the students

have been OK, we guess. The weather has been

great but you know how the first week of classes can be.

Drop-add was a mess (what else is new?) and financialaid

is still frustrating.But M

we decided to write you today to let you know sa

what's really on our minds. It's not the usual dilemmas

about which parties to attend or which classes we can af-

ford to sleep through.No .

Dr. Lombardi!, our concerns are much deeper than

that. We want everything to be perfect.OK .

OK. We know things can't be perfect but we

would like them to be better. And the main "thing" we

want better is parking. Strange, huh? It's true. Most of

the students we asked said parking was the biggest prob-

lem on campus. too many 'Chicken Littles' I II

One of them said you should have another parking lot
I was driving down the road the other day listeningto '
built a big with meters UF could lots of
one so earn
AM radio (hey, I like it occasionally OK?) and I Anthony Lederman
money. We know that's not really feasible. Not only heard some guy going on and on about how he knew 0
would it be ugly to have a big tar pit in the middle of cam- all about Manuel Noreiga being such a bad guy long N THE INSIDEtinue J

pus but there really isn't any room for it. before anyone else had a clue.
Then they returned to the scheduled show,which to cause panic in our society. If it did take a
Instead, what do you think about prohibiting traffic on was one of those business shows. You know, when barrel of bucks to buy bread, these guys would be
campus during the busy hours? (We know this sounds totally those impoverished talk show hosts tell you how to first on line with their barrel saying, "See, I was right,
get rich.I HA! HA! HAl"Remember!
but hear
crazy us out.)
I think Sonny Blockhead was the host. He had on the Crash of'88 was supposed to start
We want to rid campus of cars and trucks for obvious one of those self-proclaimed economic experts looking the next great depression. Ronald Reagan was sup- \
reasons students and others are getting hurt, run over toward the '90s, telling us how that ol' recession is posed to be the next anti-Christ In fact, I read two
right around the corner. These experts have been articles and heard one prediction that Reagan was
and killed vehicles We know
even by on campus. people recession since 1984 for God's sake
projecting a andit supposed to die in office, because every president
need to get around. That's why we'll agree to leaving cam- has yet to happen.
elected every 20 years since 1840 died in office.
pus open in the mornings and afternoons, giving Why, I thought, is our culture so obsessed with
employees and delivery men time to come and go. being the first to say, "the sky is falling." Is there a Instead of knocking these guys off after a hundred
prize I don't know about? For once I'd like to hear bad predictions or so,we let them go on and on tellingus
Administrators in the parking and traffic office would them say, "After studying the economic patterns for what great tragedy to expect next. And at the start
love it if more people parked in the huge commuter lot the past two quarters, I just don't know what's gonna of a new decade, they all come out of the woodworklike
happen." How refreshing that would be! moonstruck clairvoyants.All .
on North-South Drive and took a bus to class. Parking ad-
But, nol! Instead this negative culture persists.
ministrator Robert Hester said that even though UF over- What all these antagonistic prediction experts for of this crystal ball lunacy reminds me of the
sold parking decals for the park-and-ride lot, there was get is that no one has ever erected a statue to a critic. old movies when the foreign guy points a gun at the
enough space to turn part of the lot into all-decal spots. Besides, did anyone predict the destruction of the other guy and says, "Prepare to die." What, turn
Berlin Wall, or the changes in Poland, Hungary,East around so you could shoot me in the butt? Could I
Students said they don't like to park there and wait 10 Germany, Czecholslovakia, Romania or Lithuania? check a mirror to see how I look first? Shall I rewritemy

minutes for a bus. Many students, like journalism junior Not even in the National Enquirer did Jean Dixon will?

Sandy Friedman, have to leave their homes an hour anda predict any of this astounding, but true, stuff. Just shoot the guy, already. Half the time when
half early to make it to campus, park, catch a bus and Just what exactly will they gain from being right, they said that, you knew it was a cue for the guy to
? When
make it to class. Only two buses run the route from that that anyway inflation Jimmy Carter was president, he said turn the tables. Why don't these critics just enjoy life,
was skyrocketing out of control The
lot to Turlington Hall. Increasing buses and expandingtheir next day there were articles on how we'd soon needa let it happen or get off their rears and do something
about all of the
routes would encourage more students to ride. wheel barrel full of money to buy a loaf of bread. catastrophe.

Well, I can still buy a loaf of bread with money Anthony Lederman is an Alligator writer.His Prediction -
We know you aren't even officially on the job yet but from my wallet But, these opinion makers will con- for the '90s: They will habbe*.
we thought we'd let you know what's bugging us. Thereare LETTERS TO THE ----u---
other things too like drop-add and phone registrationbut I

've'll talk about those next time. Take care and have I Romero film is a Salvador over half of the population The United States gives$1.5 million
fun traveling.P.S. lives in abject poverty, threefifthsof a day to the El Salvadorian
political mustseeEditor the rural population and two- government that arms the military
Write back soon. fifths of the urban population are that tortures and murders those
: A film is coming to Gaines- illiterate, and unemployment is who seek justice in their own land.
ville that everyone must see. Romero rampant
will be shown this Saturday and Sun- The film Romero should be seen
alligatorManaging day, Jan. 20 and 21 at 11 a.m., and Archbishop Romero, at first a by all of us who's tax dollars pay
EditorLucy( supporter of the rich and in
powerfulof for the persecution of the poor
again on Monday Jan. 22 at 5:15: p.m.at .
Chabot the Center Theatre. land, embraced the poor and El Salvador. I urge everyone to see
Editor Opinions Editor Oscar Arnulfo Romero was the their plight and fought for their the film this weekend, to ponderthe
Mary Shedden Tonya SuttonLetters Catholic Archbishop of San Sal- rights to decent housing, clean situation in El Salvador and to
water, just wages, health and
care .
make your views known.In
vador, El Salvador until his assas- education. But like Martin Luther

Letter. to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be sination on March 24, 1980. King Jr., who's birthday we just my opinion, we must stop all
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone Archbishop Romero came to un- celebrated, an assassin's bullet U.S. aid to El Salvador..nowl!
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just causa. If you have any question call derstand the desperate realities of killed
the editorial page editor at 3764458. the Archbishop as he Mary Savage
the people of his country. In El celebrated Mass. Gainetvlll

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PERKSfrom in service drives. LIBRARYfrom most."

from page 1 page 1 Robie said permit holders are page 5 Canelas said she was "genu
on their honor to use the privilege
was injured. visited nightclubs and met with inely sorry" that students lost the
"Everything at this point is a possi- talent agents. The trip cost UF only when on official business and library employees, Turner study seats, but with 100,000
bility, but there's no clear connection students more than $5,700 a but theoretically they said. She also said students didn't books requiring two miles of
," Darnell said. price that was divided betweenthe could use the permit all the time. use every seat in the readingroom. shelving arriving every year, she
Flags flew at half-mast Wednesdayat president's and Student Gov- said the library doesn't have
the Pi Kappa Alpha house. Frank ernment Productions' travel "If they abuse"the privilege, it "We have a difficult situation of enough space.
be revoked Robie said.
can ,
Shields,the fraternity's vice presidentand budgets. need versus space,"she said. "Ac-
Willis' friend, said the incident Scales defended the trip in cording to a state formula, we "We are definitely concerned
shocked members, who met Wednes- July, saying the seminar helped Presidents also can benefit di- need about 50 percent more space about the lack of space,"she said.
from their office's duties
day night to discuss the incident. SGP leaders establish important rectly than we have currently, so we're "But what am I going to do with
Greek Affairs Dean Mary Carnegie contacts with entertainers and which Includes appointing two forced to make some very difficult all the books? Throw them away?
students the AthleticAssociation's
offered fraternity members UF's promoters. Scales said the trip tradeoffs." If I were given the resources I
counseling services, Pi Kappa Alpha SGP SG's Board of Direc- would like to have,there would be
was to help ,
necessary However students said
Willis said some
tors. most
,) President presidents
Jim said.
O'Leary lots of study spaces. (Students)
concert producing arm, book that is a small consolation consid-
f appoint themselves and another "
Student Affairs Vice President Art just don't understand.
t bands more effectively. ering they weren't consulted
Sandeen, who attended the fraternity student to the board because
meeting and also stayed with Willis'family Travel isn't the only perk pres- each board member gets four when library officials moved the
study carrels to the Architectureand History graduate student
football and two basketball sea-
early Wednesday morning, idents get from the office. Ora
Fine Arts Library Dec. 20. Stephanie Cole said she thought
son tickets.
said UF faculty members are pre- Robie, Parking and Administration -
of the
replacing some car-
pared to help. Services administrative as- "We're generally upset because
"My heart goes out to his family sistant, said student body Tickets to other events, suchas she (library director Dale Can- tion rels"was"but a Huebner step in the said right he doubtsit direc-
and all his friends," Sandeen said. presidents receive "official busi- Gator Growl and concerts, elas) made all these changes with- ,
will have much of impact.
Willis graduated with a bachelor's I ness" parking permits. With the aren't guaranteed but are fairly out consulting students and an
degree in sociology in December and permit, presidents can legally easy to get, Willis said. faculty," said Tim Huebner,a his-
considered attending UFs. law school, park in any space on campus tory graduate student.That's not "There's a very large shortageof
Shields said. except special reserved spacesor "You have to pay for them,butif the proper way to handle the situ- study areas for students in the
"It's a great loss,"he said. "It's likea handicapped spaces. They you ask you can usually get ation. It's a poor way to do it, and library," he said, "so I don't thinkit
complete funeral home in here." also can park for up to an hour great seats." students end up being hurt the will make much of a difference."

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1147) Warren Viessman, Jr., chairman of UF's TODAY
Department of Environmental Engineering MUSIC LECTURE, "Cesar Franck: The
Sciences, has been appointed associ- Centennial Celebration," by Departmentof
ate dean for research and graduate study Music professor Willis Bodine, 1:55:
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services 355 WARREN
Tigert Hall and paid lor at usual advertising rates to communicate for the College of Engineering effective im- VIESSMAN, JR. r p.m., Room 120 Music Building.
official notices and important information to mediately. The position was created whenM. Associate Dean FORESTRY SEMINAR, 'Interdisciplin
students faculty and stall Call 392 0186 for information J. Ohanian, formerly the college's as- For Research ary Research Indirect Selection
sociate dean for research, was named to & Graduate Procedures to Shorten the Breeding Cy-
the new position of associate dean for ad- : cle in Slash Pine," Department of FOr-
ministration and planning in August. Studyof estry associate professor T.L. White, 4

Student Forms Viessman earned his doctorate of engin- p.m., 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall.
eering from Johns Hopkins University in ZOOLOGY SEMINAR 'The' Influence of
1961. He has long been involved in water Dispersal Patterns and Mating System on
For Leadership policy at city state and national levels and the Genetic Structure of Howler
spent eight years with the Library of Con- the American Water Resources Associa- Populations," by Department of HITS
America Due gress as a senior scientist for water resources tion this month and was recently namedto Theresa Pope, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram
management. He came to UF in the Environmental Advisory Board to( BIODIVERSITY LECTURE, "Defending
1983 as department chairman. the chief of engineers of the U.S. Army Florida's Biodiversity by conservation law
available for the 1990
summer Applications session are of Leadership America, Viessman also assumed the presidency Corps of Engineers. Hall.activist Jasper Carlton, 7 p.m., 207 Leigh

the national leadership
development pro- DANCE "90, annual dance recital by Flor-

will gram have for collegiate completed undergraduates their junior year who by Student Financial Affairs Extends idance Company and 8:15 Florida Players Constans, today

June 8, 1990. through Saturday : p.m.,
Fifty participants chosen from campusesacross Hours of Theatre Main Stage. Tickets, $5.50 for
Operation Today FridayThe
the country will spend 10 weeks general public and free for UF students,

strengthening their leadership skills. The Office for Student Financial Affairs for financial aid, verification documents, available at University Box Office, Reitz Stu-
program, which runs June 8 through Aug. in Anderson Hall is observing extended Pell Grant student aid reports and award dent Union, 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays.

16, includes one week each in North Car- operating hours of 8:15: a.m. to 4 p.m. letters with revision requests. FRIDAY
olina and the Rocky Mountains and three through Friday. Students visiting AnderIn addition to handling loans and grants, LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES COLLO-
weeks in Dallas, Texas. It also includes a son during these hours should enter Student Financial Affairs coordinates part- QUIUM, "Music and Language in the
four-week internship in business, govern- through the east end of the building, optime employment for students. Students Livestock Marking Ritual in the Chilean
ment or community service followed by a posite Matherly Hall, and a staff member can visit the Student Employment Office, Andes" (in Spanish)by Manuel Mamani,
closing session in Washington, DC. will route them to the appropriate office. Room 20 Anderson, anytime during the anthropology/history/ professor at Univer-
The primary criterion for selection is Regular office hours of 9:30: a.m. to 4 semester to see what jobs are available.Up sity of Tarapaca, Chile, 12 noon brown bag
"outstanding potential for leadership." Ap- p.m. will resume Monday. For convenience to-date job lists are posted daily on bulletin seminar, 3/6 Grinter Hall.
plications are available from Willie Robinson Student Financial Affairs has a drop boards in Anderson, and weekly in Tigert FACULTY VOICE RECITAL, with mez-
Assistant Dean for Student Services box at the main entrance, which students and McCarty Halls and the Reitz Union. zo-soprano Linda Spicher and pianist

and the program's campus representative, can use for forms such as UF applications Richard DiFiore, 8:15: p.m., University
in 129 Tigert Hall, or at the Leadership Auditorium.
Resource Center, 3 Anderson Hall. SUNDAY

Deadline to apply is Wednesday. Selec- Spring Career Expo Is Tuesday; COLLECTORS DAY at Florida Museumof

tion will begin in February, and invitationswill Natural History with more than 100
be extended in mid-March. Pre-Expo Planned For Sunday NightSpring hobbyists displaying collections including

For more information, call Robinson microscopes, fishing flies, hat pins, barbed
weekdays at 392-1261 or the Leadership 1990 Career Expo is Tuesday Coopers &: Lybrand, Cuthill &: Eddy CPAs wire and other"quintessential things," 1 to
Resource Center at 392-9584. from 9:30: a.m. to 4:30: p.m. in the O'Con- and Deloitte &: Touche. 4:30: p.m.
nell Center. More than 300 representatives For a list of other companies attendingthe ART SHOW OPENING of Fabricated
from 150 companies in technical, non- or additional informa- Landscapes Department of Art sculpture
Thesis, Dissertation technical and accounting fields will be on tion, Ritz Career Resource Center professor Pamela Brown and printmaking -
campus to meet and recruit UF students. Room Union, 392-1601. professor Bob Mueller, runs through

Workshops Next Week Freshmen, sophomores, juniors and sen- Feb. 17 2 to 5 p.m., Center of Modem Art,
iors are encouraged to investigate oppor- 101 S.E. 2nd Place, Sun Center.CONTINUING .
For Grad StudentsTwo tunities for full-time and summer employ- Computer Experts Set

workshops will be held next week well ment as, internships trends in the and job co-op market experience for their as Campus Demo Visits 25TH ANNUAL ART FACULTY EXHIBITION -

for graduate students who want to type area of study. A Pre-Expo, designed to show features works of 21 UF art facul-
their own thesis or dissertation on a mi- students how to get the most out of Tues- Experts from six computer companieswill ty, runs through Feb. 11 in University Gal-

crocomputer. The workshops will provide day's Expo, will be held Sunday from 7:30: be on campus on various days this lery, S.W.13th St., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. week-
information on using sample thesis files to 9 p.m. in University Auditorium. semester to answer questions and display days, 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays.PHOTOJOURNALISM .
and handouts. No registration is necessary. computer hardware in the CIRCA Center
Some of the technical companies to be re- ( EXHIBITION by
Both workshops, sponsored by CIRCA presented at Expo include General Dynamics for Instructional and Research Computing Eric Breitenbach displays black and white
Center for Instructional and Research
( Corp., Olin Corp. and United Technologies Activities) demo room, E520 Computer photographs capturing! the struggles of la-
Computing Activities), are from 1:55: to 2:45: Science and Engineering Stu-
Corp.-Pratt&: Whitney. Non-technical Building. tin American and Caribbean immigrants'in
p.m. in Room 337 of the Reitz Student dents, faculty and staff can visit the demo
companies include Barnett Banks, JByronsand Florida, in Grinter Galleries throughFeb.
Union. Tuesday's session is for those stu- the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol room to talk with the between 10
Tobacco experts 16, 9 a.m. to 3 pm. weekdays, 1 to4pm
dents interested in thesis
producing a us- a.m. and 5 on the
and Firearms. Accounting firms include p.m. following days: Sundays.
ing Macintosh's Microsoft Word, and Thurs-
Apple-Feb. 8 and April 19; Hewlett- FUROSHKI EXHIBITION, by New
day's session is for those thesis writers in-
terested in WordPerfect PC. Packard-Feb. 15 and April 5; IBM-Feb. York-based artist Hitoshi Ujiie, an en-
using on a
For more information, call Cynthia Buckman Drive 1, Mar. 8 and Mar. 29; NeXT-Jan. 25, Mar. vironmental work in fabric in College of
Karle, 335-8200. 1 and April 12; Tandy-Jan. 18 and Mar. Architecture Gallery. Continues throughJan.
Closes For 2 Months 15; and Zenith-Feb. 22 and April 26. 31, 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. weekdays.

For more information on the experts'visits
Buckman Drive will be closed from to campus, call the CIRCA consulting -. UF Alumni MagazineWins
Museum Collectors 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays to office, 335-8211, and ask for the
automobile traffic from Union Road demo
room., Regional. AwardsUF's
Day On SundaySunday north to the Chemistry Building park-
ing lot beginning Monday for alumni magazine, "University of
is the Eleventh Annual Collec- Now For
60 days. The Chemistry Build Apply Student Florida Today," has won four regional
tors Day at the Florida Museum of Natural
lot will remain dur- awards in the 1990 Council for Advance-
ing parking open Office At UnionThe
History. The event, which includes over Space
ing this time, but drivers should plan ment and Support of Education (CASE)
100 exhibitors collections of
displaying an alternate daytime route from University Space Committee of the Reitz Union District in alumni magazine competition.The .
everything from flies,
microscopes fishing Avenue to Union Road. For ad- Board of Managers is accepting appli- magazine competed in the visual
medical instruments, hat pins, watch fobs,
ditional information, contact Angie cations for office space in Reitz Union. design category and received two Awardsof
barbed wire bottles
and to quintessential is things from Tipton, University Police Department, Any registered student organization wish- Excellence (second place) and a Special
1 4:30
frogs antique cars, to(
at the museum. Admission is free.: 3921114. ing to apply for office space should pick Merit Award (third place) for editorial l design -
For p.m.more information call the Florida up an application in 315 Reitz Union and as well as a Special Merit Award for
Museum of Natural History, 392-1721. return it there by 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 26. photography. About 200 entries from across

_The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative!/ Action Institution. the Southeast competed in the category.I .
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vehement choruses. One listen is
hardly enough
Too bad Max Q Isn't being
touted as an "outside-INXS" Local
Michael Hutchence project. AdvertisersSTART ,
Maybe Atlantic Records wants to
preserve Max Q's artistry (Did COOKING UP 9
someone once say that artistry and
filiiJ commerciality aren't com- Valentine related ads now!
patible?). Or maybe Atlantic your
wants to protect INXS's
) profitability (see Sting and The alligalor 9s
: Police). Sad that if it weren't for
INXS, Max Q could just be "the Love Lines Edition
February 14,1990 ,
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Sometimes the most brilliantart
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beginnings.On ,
sabbatical after INXS's huge
Kick album, vocalist Michael
Hutchence joined Aussie under- STANDEE SWEEPSTAKES
ground hero Ollie Olsen in the
studio to tinker with some expen-
sive gadgets. The resulting group
and album combine the raw ener- KEVIN BACONWin
gy of Listen Like Thieves and the
danceability of The Swing to createa The Jesus and Mary Chain
fresh brand! of funk-rock that's Automatic
quirky, yet accessible. Press play. The first notes of
Most of the songs on Max Q arc "Here Comes Alice," the opening
about confinement and surpassing song of The Jesus and Mary
society's limitation s."Concrete"best Chain's new Automatic album,
defines the inner torment that slowly approach, camouflaged by
offers few escape routes: "I 1 know propulsive percussion and an
the smell of my own prison I ominous bass line.Throughout .
know the smell of me." Automatic, this
Almost contradicting such som- rhythmic framework supports nothing new
ber ideas, a pulsating dance beat gothic Love and Rockets-style under,the sum.
lurks in the background melodies and pithy vocals that
throughout Max Q. Hutchence sound like a marriage of Sisters of
wraps his voice around an idea, Mercy and glam metal. But under"
caresses it and pounds it into the It's an aggressive sexuality and
ground. "Everything everything brash delivery that not only i
everything everything every- prevents the sameness of some of
thing," he furiously spits out overa these songs from turning the
throbbing rhythm section and a music into background noise, but
wash of synthesizers.When makes Automatic at once,compell-
the tempo winds down on ing and deliciously revolting. a
"Soul Engine" and "Ot-ven-rot," "Gimme hell she said as she fell,""
Hutchence's ever-seductive vocalsare the X-rated "Gimme Hell" begins.
spacious and brooding. Espe:, The lyrics shock. The music jolt.It ..
cially on "Concrete the singer glues your ears to the speakers.The .
feels his way through a maze, Jesus and Mary Chain has
taking his voice where you least attitude and plenty to spare.
expect it to go. Dominated by a foreboding
As great as Hutchence sounds, rhythm section and accented by
his pipes aren't Max Q's greatest savage guitars,the songs grab you
asset. Max Q thrives most on by the collar and turn you inside-
generous productionsporadicrecurrences out. So press play. Turn the
of computerizedvoices volume up to 9, and don't even try
or the coolly indifferentverses not to pay attention.BY .
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Last week APPLAUSE asked you to name all 13 films pictured on our cover. An
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.( their phones, dialed 376-4511 BANDS (1332-7500]
Hardback Cafe Bas
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! I I" 1 LI ij / winner, Rob Ostro, not only [372-6248]
t k. fl / scored 100 percent, but was Lillian's Instant Daddio (Thurs
the first to reach us as well. Sat), Smug Brothers (Tues &:

Rob seized a $5 credit from Schoolkids Records for his efforts. 'N'B4RS Weds Madonna) [372-1010 Mama's] The Word

The answers were a bit obvious: Clockwise, on the "8": The Adventures of Baron (Thurs), Tongues of Ecstasy (FrO)

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APPLAUSE Is the weekly Mermaid; Sea of Love; Steel Magnolias; and Crimes and Market Street Pub Tammy
Murray, Jack Schuster (Fri), The
entertainment supplement to Acrosstown of
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Misdemeanors. On the 9" The Fabulous
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Boys; Davis Trio Sat) [377-927
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1 The Independent Florida Alligator. Ecstasy, Shade Hounds (Sat) [3751321 -
I editor Stephen nix of Dreams; In Country; Born on the Fourth of]July; Do the ] Metropolis Dear John (Fri), Big
1 art director denlse m. reagan Right Thing; and the tricky photo of Michael Keaton Central City Reggae party with Soul, Strange Attraction (Sat),
The Killer Bees (Tues) [(37480021Charlie' ] Glass Camels [Jax 1.3556410)Napolatano' ]
copy editor dan wine from The Dream Team, not Batman. And the apostrophe ,
We last week's Bobby Blake (Thurs), Gary Cordon (Fri
! Sebastian
regret over the crab from The Little Mermaid.
& Sat) [332-6671]
Lavell (Fri &: Sat), Tammy Murray
in the Chess
Masters sight series running music review This week the Hotline wants to know, in light of the (Tues) [371-8069] Richenbachers Collage
without a byline. The author of recent rash of UF suspensions, resignations and dis- Dub's Alter Ego (Thurs), (Thurs), Beat Street (Frl -Sat), Mr.
(Fri & Sat), Circus of Whoopee (Tucs), Tinsley Ellis
this extensive story was APPLAUSE missals, what other athletics allegations could there
(Weds) [13755363100sa]
Fools (Mon Weds) [378-5359)
veteran Tom Nordlie. possibly be left to discover? Take your best guess, and

feel free to name public figures. Call 376-4451 and takea
Writers Florida series will host read-
The at
shot at winning a $5 store credit from Tom's Records and Tapes. ,
Ings by poet Edward Garrett and fiction writer
a .04am setts rnta. a '"sow140w-.adlow. r a a scats. e Mary Angelo, as part of its regular reading
HotRob BEST series, Thursday night at 8 at Coering's Book
I Center. A reception will follow.
The Floridance Company and the Florida
Ostro revels in vic- Players' present Dance '90, an evening of"cxcit-
Ing and visually stimulating" dance, Thursday
tory, clutching the Hotline M 1 through Saturday nights at 815.: The show,
question that made him 1S which promises a wide spectrum of contemporary -
famous. His indulgent bask- Vi dance styles and theatrical innovation,
f M will cost $.25 for UF students and $5.50 for the
ing won't last long, though.
public, will take place at the Constans Theatre.
Next week the Hotline will Info 3921653.

announce a new winner, The Artitorium presents an art auction by Rob Dark, Friday nightat
throw him five bucks credit at t tTom's 7:30: that will be accompanied by a reception. Info 335-9796.
continues its show, which will
Records and The Left Wing gallery Nightlight run
through the 30th. Info 335-9796.
Tapes and best of all .. The Acrosstown Theatre will host a dance benefit for The CommitteeIn
print his face right here. P Support of People of Latin America, Saturday night at 8 at the Baird
Photo: Suzette Cooksa.41om Center ((619 S. Main St.). The curiously priced event features music by
Tongues of Ecstasy and Shade Hounds, and refreshments will be
available. Info 374-8834 or 468-1446.
a sttttaa asoaaasEM.. UF's Galleries are abounding with work this week, so if you wantto
admire an array of art, check out these exhibits:
APPLAUSE GETS LAIDout through The 25th Feb.Annual 11. Art Faculty Exhibition, at the Univcristy Gallery

by a few hard-working individuals, all of whom could use some extra help.If through The Graduate Jan. 31.Ceramics and Sculpture Exhibit, at the Focus Gallery

you love watching plays or listening to music, if you love writing about pop Portraits of the Caribbean and Latin American Experience in Florida,

culture, or if you just love seeing your name in print, come by the APPLAUSE at the Crintcr Galleries through Feb. 16.
building at 1105 W.University Avenue and ask for Steve or Denise.No experienceis For specific info about these exhibits, call 392-0186.
Best Bets is the best bet to promote your event. If your organization is
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grasp. Spielberg proved he can
deliver finely-tuned performanceswith
his first movie, The Sugarland
Express, and with more recent
dramatic efforts like The Color Sale
Purple and Empire Of The Sun. v
The cast Spielberg assembled is
certainly top-notch as well.
Dreyfuss gives a typically intel- 40%
ligent and endearing edge to Pete,
while Hunter is her usual engag- OFF
ing self. John Goodman as their
best friend Al has some of the Entire Stock
movie's funniest moments.
Age W The problem Is the script. The
relationship between Pete and Choose from
Dorinda is given no emotional
Holly Hunter and Richard Dreyfuss outshine their movie, Always. weight: They teen-agers seem more than like adults infatuated over 200

Always beginner's luck is really with a deep, meaningful commit-
Oaks 4 West whispered words of encouragement ment. Still, they make a better
Pete Sandlch is dead. Pete from old pros like Pete.They couple than Dorinda and Ted Shop early for
(Richard Dreyfuss)was a hot-shot serve as invisible mentors to the would. Ted is just a dumb lug
forest-fire fighter who treated young by passing on their wisdomto whose most interesting trait is a soon best selection.
blazes as a chance to pull crazy unwitting apprentices.Pete bad imitation of John Wayne. dy
stunts. It drove his girlfriend enjoys watching over Ted We're supposed to think -
Dorinda(Holly Hunter)nuts,until until he realizes he may also haveto along with Pete-they should get
the he his luck watch Ted and Dorinda fall in
day pushed too far together, even if it causes him
and died while saving a buddy. love. It's a painful irony: Pete pain. But the living, breathing, J. Paul Clothiers
Following Pete's death,Dorinda wants the love of his life to be handsome Ted is still no match for
sinks into a gloomy mood that happy, but can't bear to see her Pete. It would more enjoyable to
even her best friend, Al (John with another man. have Dorinda reject Ted and pine & Co.
Goodman), can't dispel. Neithercan This bittersweet, premise is a away for the rest of her life, not
the arrival of Ted Baker(Brad remake of A Guy Named Joe, A realizing Pete is by her side. Up Front Creekside Mall 378-9389
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first time he saw her. a passionate fan of that film, says happy ending. Because Dreyfussis
Don't count Pete out, though.He it's the only remake he'd ever con. a better actor than this weak Be a part ofCareer
may be dead, but he's not sider. Unfortunately, his passion script,it merely seems disappoint
finished yet. Pete is sent back to doesn't translate to the screen. ing. So does Always.
earth to be the guardian angel of The mature,restrained demandsof
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'" Home
':, is where the Hair isBy

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; drive noise-rock, but pretty much show. wanted a band more than other first part of "Without a Sound"),
unknown except to their friends. "Yeah, it's a big reward to come things. First day in the dorm he a funny, sad tune ("Bobbies PromDress"
Not any more. Now Naiomi's back to Gainesville and be met Robert, a guitarist who tookto ) and a grim one ("Tinker,
I ; Hair live in Orlando and play a wanted,"chuckles guitaristsingerScott the drums as if it were meant to Tailor") with a high-energy cover
# i. dozen gigs a month. Now they Mahaney. "We still aren't be. Scott flunked out of UF two of the Vulgar Boatmen's "Tilt-A.
.i have an album called Tara, one of playing the 0' Dome or the semesters later, went home for Whirl" for good measure and fur
the first vinyl releases from Bandshell, but this'll do." nine months, came back, met Jeff ther tribute to the old Gainesvillescene.
Orlando's Figurehead Records. But what drove Mahaney,drum- Ort through Jeff's sister Ilcsa, and The album was producedby
Now they're one of five finalist mer Joel Robert and somewhat Naiomi's Hair was born. They John Croslin of Austin-based
bands in the nationwide Snickers recently acquired bassist Marty gigged steadily, and in spring'88, The Reivers. Croslin makes par-
Tom NordlleOn New Music Search contest. Now Everett on to a full-time musical they moved to Orlando, parting ticularly good use of Mahaney's
Friday, Jan. 19, Naiomi's they're hoping to have majorlabeltalent career while so many of their com- with Ort and recruiting former resonant, honest voice, though he
Hair will play at the Orange &: scouts In the 0&: B audience rades, even their old bass player Green Today bassist Everett. gives the band a deceptively light
checkin' it out, rather than just Jeff Ort, remained here in school Yeah
Brew, the second time they will that's a severely ab- sound compared to the live ar
have done so. This one's even their screaming beer buddies. In "I think maybe everyone got breviated version, and it doesn't ticle. It's a good debut, though,
FREE. But if you've been paying short, the 'Hair return to Gaines- more serious about their immediate say much about fun or feedback or and they've racked up "1520"mostly
attention, you'll remember that ville as conquering heroes, and future after college," Mahaneysaid onstage trivia contests (I won a better songs since Marty
the first time around, the 'Hair something of a vindication to their going on to explain the early sand dollar once!) or drinkingwith joined up.
was one of Gainesville's Hogtown contemporaries of'85 to history of Naiomi's Hair as it re- the Yardapes at the old So, ha, all you kids who think
sible "local Irrepres-bands '87 Yardapes, Satellite's Gone, lated to his single-minded interestin warehouse off North Main any rock band originating In the
( NiceNewWaveBanddivision punk-rock Die Trying, Hoppin'John, Uncon- music. Mahaney moved here in Street. Tara consists of material silly town where you attend col-
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)," long on shortof in the Jeff Ort era, lege must be bad and dumb. Co
energy long since broken and never mainly because he wanted to starta few hard "One
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from love ballads to did impact the public mind very band,having decided "sometimeIn Shot" and "Levin' Babe"), a few think they've got a Snickers bar
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Beginning this semester spouses of students or

persons at UF who are not currently enrolled may presented at the Women and Minorities Forum First meeting TODAY

obtain the same health services as students. 6:45: p.m.
Reitz Union Rm. 122
Eligible are: Postdoctoral fellows, visiting students, Date: January 22,1990

spouses of enrolled students, and
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PLANT PLASMATICS" PINK FLOYD- THE" THE POGUES PIXIES ROBERT" BUSTER Everyone's/ tallying up the "best rock of the '80s,"so why should APPLAUSE be any different? Rock music remains the most universal interest down

POINDEXTER" THE POINTER SISTERS POISON here at the office.. With "best of" lists, writers get to wallow in their own importance, but there is an upshot. Many o of our favorites have been absent from

-PREFAB THE POLICE SPROUT- IGGY.. THE POPPOWER PRETENDERS STATION- PRETTY- '80s close-out coverage in other publications,and we thinkyou deserve t to o know about these works.. All o of four APPLAUSE participants chose their own

POISON.. THE PRIMITIVES PRINCE" THE PRO- criteria for their lists, so pay attention to ourFAVORITE t "+ 4Ev.





KEITH RICHARDS LIONEL RICHIE STAN jjwhat h" "t""'Ifsttggests' s :" J 8nil ite d"jnflintelymysterious (i l : I 4
ROCKWELL" KENNY ROGERS THE ROLLING I didn't' even want to consider sorting out This is not gonna be about what my six ]'every bit of effort( It takes out of you.,:' I IP best of the decade? Any list like this the'60s can be dubbed rock and roll's' H
STONES-THE ROMANTICS ROMEO VOID the top albums in terms of historical sig- favorite albums of the'80s were,or even Bad Religion/Si! / r-That rock radio"\\I Id "j Is too idiosyncratic to be truly repre-- middle ages, and the'70s rock's dark ages,
LINDA RONSTADT ROSE ROYCE DIANA ROSS nificance. It's' too early to say, and I'm' not the six "best"' albums of the'80s or What d doesn't' have room for music this kinetic, | sentative of the last 10 years. Besides, I was the '80s easily qualify as rock's' renaissance.The Is IsPFEIFER'
DAVID LEE ROTH" ROXY MUSIC" RUN-DMC "- the objective lab-person to do that anyway. the Decade Meant to Pop Music or any of angry, carefully'crafted and mostly Intel, J 13 years old when the 80s began and past decade has seen greater diversification -
RUSH- SADE SAGA" SALT ''N'' PEPA ... JOE Here are nine albums I liked and listened to that stuff; it's' gonna be about six albums I 'Ugent is such once-and-for-all proof that, I trying to figure out which Beatles album to in rock, most notably in music forms
SATRIANI SCANDAL. FEATURING PATTY SMYTH an awful lot. I won't' apologize for the very much love, which came out during the despite DJs'$'' pathetic attempts at"sounding'' I buy first. So there has been a lot of groundto spawned by punk and that dreadful thing
scores of great '80s artists I haven't' had last decade to what I perceive as almost t fwith' i It it" and the phony''. ""kids are all right"rhetorkal + cover. Instead of thinking of this as a called disco. Narrowing the product of the
PETER SCHILLING SCREAMING BLUE MESSI-- time to sufficiently explore: Elvis Costello, zero acclaim or attention no one seemsto .l excess and professed dedication: i ito definitive list-and then, naturally,dismissing '80s down to the 10 best records is a
AHS -. SCRITTI POLITTI -.. BOB SEGER MICHAEL X,Anita Baker, Pere Ubu, Kate Bush,etc. have bought ''em, heard ''em or written "the spirit ROCK" AND/. ROLL,, J it when your favorite artist doesn't' tiresome task, but someone's' got to do it.
SEMBELLO SEVEN.. SECONDS CHARLIE" SEX- Maybe this decade.Miscellaneous about ''em much.So MAN! .,'rock radio is such a awdlsgusting,, gutless -" 'appear-consider this merely recom-- Here are my 10 favorite records, in al-
TON" SHALAMAR -. ROXANNE SHANTE -. FEAR- observations about the instead of reminding you again (as if ifyou l UNNECESSARY,/ (as in, people realty' t mended listening. phabetical order, which I also consider to
GAL SHARKEY" TOMMY SHAW JULES" SHEAR" 80s.:. Albums were much more likely to be need to know) that a whole bunch of would li like ri this'stuff if they got to!hear(! U, t 1. Richard and Linda Thompson/Shoot/ be the 10 best. bP
MICHELLE SHOCKED" SHRIEKBACK SIGUE labelled "This' Side"' and ""That Side,'" rather people bought and liked Purple Rain and ,and n )you'd' '4.,still I1;be!able to:sell 1l cars and submarine I 'Out The Lights.- Eight bitter songs of love Tracy Chapman/Tracy/ ChapmanThe, ,,, ,,,
SIGUE SPUTNIK" THE SILOS.. CARLY SIMON than A and B, etc. I still don't' have a CD The Joshua Tree in the last 10 years, I'll try sandwiches in the UJS.,Armed Fore' gone awry,this '82 folk-rock album has world according to Miss Chapman
player. Pop music finally started to deal to introduce you to some friends of mine ps in between t these guys.and'iay,1;,' ,FugazlJf grown in reputation and power with each embraced racism ("Across the Lines"), greed L.
PAUL SIMON SIMPLE MINDS SIMPLY RED "- f with real life in a realistic manner,which is who I feel have been criminally ignored by t you,. tried) abomination"of something:' passing year. Richard Is an unparalleled ("Mountain of Things) and poverty ("Fast I
SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES SKID ROW" SKREW-- good.Hardcore and thrash metal raised the both press and public in the'80sI alive.and valuable..a that means a lotto a lotof guitarist and Linda has a pure,deep voice Car").Chapman's' view of a tarnished I
DRIVER" SLADE SLAYER PATTI SMITH-THE" standard of excellence(not to mention en- I call these records my friends..That's' a p f people(myself I most\ definitely iy included) that is both strong and vulnerable. From America was frightening in its frankness.
SMITHS SOFT" CELL SONIC YOUTH SOUL. II durance) for rock drummers, but didn't' do metaphor I'll' be beating to death that' ;'Just tfot a second;,111'' listen to'hystcri-. the shattering title track to the haunting Then came the first a capella words of "Be-
SOULSOULASYLUM"'SOUNDGARDEN"SPANDAU much for the other instruments.Syn-- throughout this piece,so get used to it. Seal't harangues !about the'evtlsof.' f!mass-:cud..,)l '> "Did She Jump Or Was She Pushed," this hind the Wall.'" My heart skipped a beat.
BALLET THE SPECIALS SPLIT ENZ -. thesizers mostly sucked, because they don't' What does it say about my social skills thatI m',." capitalism"with\V'straight face'"If\-'JI.\''::!''". album never missteps. Emotionally satisfying Culture Club/JCissing/ to B Be Clever- At a
allow physical control of the production of I consider pop albums to be friends? No p plied li t to-commercial l rock,radio}). j J Jook ;' time when music really didn't' matter,along
the notes (which makes for all the subtleties comment. But let me enumerate some of the ( i4";")J.ICNi9Wiakes"a., .' )(. lot,of guts't;.ndP 1 Prince/1999/ and 'Purple' Rain,.-This is came Boy George,prancing around in very
SQUEEZE BILLY SQUIER STACEY Q STARSHIPJERMAINESTEWARTRODSTEWARTSTET in "human"' instruments),and instead offer .similarities:they keep you company, giving of t of free upper-class r ..leisure$ bucks, t to.'$go 0"out 0"I,"\'"* I the greatest one-two punch in rock since bad drag.. Suddenly everything was all HJtiSI
only a wider range of waveforms.The net you some sense of human contact if you and drop$$7-9 9 bucks on\]|Jr Pp'you->' \ the Beatles released Rubber,Soul and then Revolver right.The world was a lighter shade of
SASONIC STING STRAY CATS BARBRA result was that too many people spent too just feel like hanging around with someone; )haven't; "heard on the radio or seen' on MTV 19991 is the apocalyptic dance classic blue. Later, the visuals began to wear thin. ,
STREISAND -. JOE STRUMMER THE STYLE much time worrying about the tonal they provide a .sweet context for life's' joys (not"even;:'; ..'"120.Minutes. ,.*'.""gosh$h)or''h read d that established Prince as a major artist; Unfortunately, so did the music. But for a
COUNCIL STYX THE SUGARCUBES -. THE qualities of notes, rather than which notes and sorrows; they can teach you things about i.. :; );.In e Rotting..( $$Stone" ,"but for r" once" .in" \l';'opri r) Purple Rain,. is the across-the-board smash few shining moments, Culture Club was
SUGARHILL GANG -. SUICIDAL TENDENCIES -. were being played,and in what order.. about life and yourself;,you learn more life,. ,"\\.)).listen" to, 'met::'If you' like, S galvanizing, S""" that signaled he was the one to watch.He brilliant. I I
DONNA SUMMER ANDY SUMMERS SURF Good songwriting was still more important about them as you spend more time with guitars in instantly! catchy)' crurich-hook, pat",, spawned the Minneapolis Sound,directly The Cure/Seventeen/ Seconds-Yes,
_1 1ti' than anything else, and always will be. them,and find more to admire,appreciateand terns.,)you'll>. like?this.The singer"can'actualsing ''a -, worked with a slew of artists and Influenced latecomers;there was life before The Head
PUNKS SURVIVOR SWANS KEITH SWEAT ;; The "do-it-yourself"'" ethic spread amongst love; and they can help you get !ana they"writs moldy thoughtful. countless more. No one else has on the Door., In one brilliant surge, the Cure I
SWING OUT SISTER TACO TAKE 6 TALK TALK bands, and consumers seem more willingnow through some really hairy nights.. jpord/ ..'0ne cavil;'not t that t don't' "ap 9* "* -" been even remotely as prolific or provoca- recorded f Faith, Pornography and Seventeen,.
TALKING HEADS TANGERINE DREAM ANDY to take a chance on independently I'm' not generally a snob about mass culture ', \' that ddreS alienation n,* ''*'': "".. ,ive.I Seconds.. But only the latter successfully
TAYLOR JAMES TAYLOR TEARS FOR FEARS produced works.. Guilty pleasures: Eddie and I don't' think the general public'staste E'E'rectatllllh'kI vernment\ "and social \\J upheaval h )In.music. I! 3. R.E.M./Murmur/ ",, ,- As fresh and vital merged the plights of the suicidal and the
1 10,000, MANIACS THAT PETROL EMOTION THE Money,John Waite,Poison and Debbie Gib-- is hopelessly corrupt, but I can't' for Ms"J'.'surpassingly' i"\ Y physical" ; a ,'but lines,like t... as the day it was released..One might paranoid.. ""M"' '" stands with the Cure's' best, :
THE THE THOMPSON TWINS RICHARD AND son(her live show at the Reitz Union won the life of me imagine how these albums t V l are r;the governmentYou"(. ire t. \ty'sprudenceYou 'regret the hordes of jangly guitars and and those ghostly screams during "A Reflec-- S St
LINDA THOMPSON THRASHING DOVES THE me over). People I fantasized about murder- slipped through the cracks of the distribu-- ur / + ', "he militia/You/ are"; :mumbled vocals It inspired, but nothingcan tion"' are hair-raising. Definitely best when
ing: New Kids on the Block,Journey, tion system.So my feelings about these sdicUon'*phew'!signs.of a i''k know-nothing. \ > detract from the power of this intel- listened to after midnight in the dark.
Robert Palmer, Rick Astley and Paula records, which I only hear when/put themon 'am'tlt\ d1tt' the;;more infuriating' \\le' because. ,, ligent",beautiful album.. I Peter Gabriel/So/ Why not just encase
'TIL TUESDAY THE TIME TIN MACHINE Abdul (great choreographer-STICK TO ,and very few other people I know have f thinks'it'bowi, < Ometh%i/" 1lM i I peril(I Iw [ 4. Roxy MuslcMtwtort/ ,. -Sets a quiet,, I him In gold and declare him a genius? No
TANITA TIKARAM TONE LOC PETER TOSH THAT, HONEY).Songs that probably keptme ever heard, become more personal and Internalized '1t1); ). lt1t\JM't\ + : \\t:1a: elegiac mood and sustains it wonderfully other artist was as consistently excellent
TOTO PETE TOWNSHEND TRANSVISION VAMP from doing great damage to myself and than my thoughts and emotions : throughout "More Than This"and "To during the 80s. At Genesis continued to
THE TRAVELING FUX -THE TRAVELING property: ""In My Darkest Hour,'" about the latest Robert Palmer single that's' ", ''f) gf ht .U'' ,Turn You On"' are two of the best songs sink deeper and deeper,Gabriel almost
WILBURYS RANDY TRAVIS THE TUBES TINA Megadeth; "Depression," Black Flag; "Freak now a lingerie commercial or whatever. So ;1 !:\ t,, \\t"t1, 'Bryan Ferry has ever written. But the real touched heaven. And with Kate Bush on
TURNER TOMMY TUTONE 24/7/ SPYZ TWISTED D Scene,'" urnosaur) \ jr..;and "Damage, Inc.,," forgive the little catches in my throat as I accomplishment here is how Avalon sucha ""Don't' Give Up," he must have caught a
Metallica. w seamless each track flows, effortlessly of God.Grandmaster.
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Now,here are the albums, in no special The Chills/Brm/ Words-The Chills are ',, See list'of(10 important album* ily into the next to create a near-perfect Flash and the Furious
U2 TRACEY ULLMAN ULTRAVOX UNITY 2 2- order: like friends who have been through all ,lit".d8ps; "\\I lt"e It"jjiouid4' tc not b Wionsidered. ,.a\',:- e.t. ,whole. Note:This, is also the quintessential Five/Greatest/ Messages-They were big, !
USA FOR AFRICA UTFO VAN HALEN LUTHER Metallica/Master/ of Puppett' .-Articulate, sorts of things you've' only heard about and,, .. (M I,Ist, ;iot.,a listjrf f albums.Important. .as'"'il" ((8{), ""make-out"' album,If you're' on a date 'bad, black and beautiful.They came.Theysaw.
VANDROSS VANGELIS VANITY STEVIE RAY dark,. mad, old '*"' '.r( and the with this on,, .They criticized. No one harder
young, half-stepped- serrated not yet experienced. And they can explainit 'shapingnfiuences1TM"trlusjurTllese*. <:: ;are aH person you're slaps rapped (
VAUGHN ALAN VEGA SUZANNE VEGA VEL-- ,planet-elegantly-ripped-right-ln-! it all to you such that you almost think you turd. t |,Vfonslder \ import' 'ni\\'t t"t"ns 'for rS pereo/-> "/'''It': 'you can be certain they,have only one thingon or bolder. "Scorpio" stung "New' York
VET UNDERGROUND BILLY VERA AND THE friggin'-halfed and more;the most understand, but It's's still really a mystery. I, ''' t,"wft ether.\ they}\ i opened!'! stew\ "d doors, ,. their mind. New York was too real. ""The Message"still '
consistent album Metallica has made realize how $" made" ""f8 f eel's I'' "certain' AnV | 5, The Ciash/l0m/0/ / ,. Calling-The rings in ears.A nation sits, afraidto
BEATERS VOIVOD VULGAR BOATMEN JOHN ;a rite After a while,you start to very M r !, me, "' ,a, ,I',Iwypr, t' opposite my
WAiTE TOM WAITS WALL OF VOODOO JOE of passage (for the group and for metal)) wise they are as,through repeated listen- .sate I d Witrt events.Important, ta, my of Avalon,. In every way.Loud, look out the window.
that came at exactly the right time_early. Ings and thought", you begin to see(and '1,1M, ,AT,'(esy:lalbum f"" ';"" eeon,' .th1 btf?,Us 1$., I fpflsider1\ .,t ',,\ abrasive and eminently catchy,London,. Calfflag I Midnight Oil//Diesel and Dust-Alertl! r rRSD
1986.. Puppets made possible the crucial feel) what they mean. .)a among,th""I i best. uryertnede"rvhiloothersr ,! ,pile-drives. through 1 19 songs.and every, Armageddon is comet! Only "The Message"" '
WARRANT WAS (NOT WAS)) THE WATERBOYS "Monsters' of Rock"' gigs that in turn hypedthe '"It's the night of chill blue and I hope to r :xi tMuch...cra"But. # Item!\ musical style from rock,to reggae to pop to had a deadlier sting.The throbbing drums,
ROGER WATERS" JODY WATLEY WENDY ..And Justice f for'All album and tour, God you feel this too," '"But from the ash ''J Ra "n/Throbs/, 9tmt11\> ; punk with unflagging wit, I Insight and Pete Carrett's''. .shoulder dance and the
AND LISA WHAMI WHITESNAKE THE WHO bringing the band to a level of popularity the phoenix I know goes soaring above the ; '}A 'llt"is" k''Aoitj;, Uskutg' ;, \ angry passion. 'venomous words ""Your' land must change//I
JANE WIEDLIN-KIM WILDE-MATTHEW WILDER previously unthinkable for such music.. pain that rains down," '"We' thought that ''aJ$ 1.'tWds/hmaill'l/ i;o'n' ,\ |i. 6.,Various A.rti.M/The. / '" Indestructibk' Beat t tf Your land must bum. In an era of I
WILL TO POWER DENIECE WILLIAMS VA- ,, p They played live on the Grammy Awards our world wouldn't' change/We/ must have uteri/Iars/l> MWf la '",on UtI/ Gssrw. of f Soweto' -The pervasive influence ofmusic ,Reaganite greed and flag-burning phobia,
NESSA WILLIAMS BRUCE WILLIS BRIAN last year, fer cryin'' out loud. Metallica''* been out of our brains. th/V/! t :from around the world"was'the besttrend 'the perfect pair of singles, "Beds Are Burn-
WILSON STEVE WINWOOD STEVIE WONDER best work should lie ahead,but If they There's' very little about life that't not on / tt\t tof d of f the'8 80s{)",and nothing 'was.V. as', big"' and The' ,Dead Heart,," said It all
,never top this, I won't' complain. ( this.record,,one of the ABSOLUTE BEST \ propulsive or exciting as the,wave of, ,_', Planet Earth,beware.
WORLD PARTY WEIRD AL YANKOVIC YAZ Black Flag/Damaged/ -The first LP,with POP ALBUMS EVER.The music takes a 1 pleases from Africa.Indestructible. ,compliessome [ Prince and the Revolution/1999/
YELLO YES DWIGHT YOAKAM YOUNG M.C. probably the fifth .singer(Henry Rollins) while to.sink Into:cold,dense and disturb- of the greatest examples of township, Dance. Music.Sex..Romance. 1999 was the J,
-J.Y. YOUNG NEIL YOUNG PAUL YOUNG X X- from one of the first American hardcore ", ing but never leaving a pop/rock/ bedrockof )jive into an album that i is a irresistibly dance-- decades' '. ultimate party and sex record.Per
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TOM WAXES ON, WAXES OFF not a racist, but I play one on TV ") I pedigree and what its guitarist used to do MICHAEL'S GEM-LIKE PROSE
from page six also wonder where a fan who happens to and all that; but all that concerns me about from page seven
electronics-genius for a guitarist (Greg be a white upper-middle-class long haired this record is that for six songs, a stunningly Graceland would do well to rush out and
Cinn), who thusly earned the bucks to "rock guy" fits into Public Enemy's world limber and aggressive rock 'n' roll band buy this. Pure fun.
launch his own record company, SST. Very view. But then my policy is: As long as makes not a single wrong move. Totally 7. Bruce Springsteen/Nebraska His
unlike the British punks Black Flag pur- music's good, don't worry about artists' physical, from the speed-rush of "I 1 Swear"to best album since Born To Run.
sued not anarchy but an ongoing wrestling personal lives too much. Incidentally, it the mutant surf-energy of "You'll Never Springsteen's other albums of the 80s all
match with insanity; their clothes were nondescript was pointed out that my dream-collabora- Catch My Wave" to the stumbling downerof have one or two songs not up to his stand
their origins suburban, their tion between PE and Slayer already hap- "Dropping Like Flies," this sounds to ards and, honestly, it's hard to love some-
songs dissonant and (at the time) unique, pened here, on "She Watch Channel me like if the Rolling Stones had dis- thing as pervasive and overplayed as Born
owing as much to free jazz and crisis hot- Zero?!," which uses a nasty trill-riff from covered punk rock before recording Sticky In The U.S.A., even if most of it is great.
lines as they owed to Chuck Berry. More Slayer's huggable of Death." Fingers, but really it sounds like nothingbut Nebraska is Intimate, ragged and an appeal-
than a great album Damaged introduced a Anything with Phil Collins on it He Itself and the nobility of desperate men ing risk after the mainstream success of
parallel universe of possibilities in the way was everywhere! Genesis! Solo albums! who hold their heads up through a damn The River. It's also the strongest set of
'80s hard-rock music could be made, Both continents at Live Aid! Three out of hard life with their guitars, intelligenceand songs he's written, and pushes him to
played and sold.CrampsSongs. five episodes of Miami Vice! Michelob com- energy. record some of his most affecting vocals.
< the Lord Taught Us The mercials! For me, Philco was the definitive Lindsey Buckingham/Go Insane 8. Prefab Sprout/Two Wheels Good A
only scary rock band that meant it. After 80s artist the corporate rocker who Lindsey is far from obscure as a pop artist; witty, low-key pop gem widely recognizedin
this album, ectoplasmic guitarist Bryan looked like an accountant, rather than just as the brains behind the last decade and a Europe as a masterpiece.
Gregory quit to pursue full-time study of thinking like one. You could argue that half of Fleetwood Mac, he has achieved Singer/songwriter Paddy McAloon owesas
the occult. Look at the cover of Songs the Madonna or Michael Jackson was just as both massive sales and popularity AND be- much to Cole Porter as the Beatles, and
Lord Taught Us and see those terrible, definitive, but their records inspired reac- come a hated symbol of the kind of over- his lyrics are unflaggingly sophisticatedand
beautiful faces, faces like wax. The tions from me I liked them or didn't. refined, soulless pop pap that mega-sellers urbane. Romantic and cool.
Cramps' first complete album made as "Sussudio," "In Too Deep," "Against All Fleetwood Mac represent in some people's 9. Eurythmics/Sweet Dreams Are Made Of
such, Songs was recorded at Sam Phillips'Sun Odds;" none of those sleek, capable, minds. This Synthesizer heaven. Annie
Studios in Memphis; that's fitting, monochromatic SOULLESS compositionsmade Well, some people don't know much. Lennox's singing is soulful and assured
since the band always did have the air of a me feel anything at all, except whenI Most of the Mac's 1975-1987 work has been Dave Stewart's instrumentation is quirkyand
long-forgotten sleazy rockabilly combo I heard them in Rax on a rainy Wednesday more than all right, and this, Lindsey's inventive and their songs dig in and
made into vampires, touring the sticks for afternoon and I realized how far my tastes second solo LP, is nothing short of brilliant never let go. They haven't been this good
20 years until America decayed enough to have deviated over the years, and that I'm a masterpiece of one-man-band studio- since and probably never will be again.
accept them In un-dead form. But that probably now too worn-out and cynical to wise insularity that is both totally catchy 10. Talking Heads/Stop Making Sense -
probably didn't happen. Wait, call Ceraldo! hear this fabric-softener-sounding stuff and and listenable and totally twisted and ob- This group is second only to Prince in ex-
Sonic YouthEvolJust about the time think, "Gee, I'm gonna squeeze my baby in sessive. Maybe it's just a personal thing perimentation and magnitude. One could
I thought I could distinguish between the mall and get some fries," or whateverit's with me (as if any critical reaction could be easily have selected Remain In Light, Speaking -
abstract, texturally oriented music and flat- supposed to inspire. I love Phil Collinsfor anything but), because Lindsey and I sharea In Tongues, Little Creatures or Naked
out noise, these zany New York kids split showing me what not to do. Now couple of obsessions: the fraying and dis- without anyone looking askance. Why this
the difference, and made it rock, in a static- hurry up and die, will ya? integration of romantic relationships, and one? It's simply the album I've listened to
clingy way. "In the Kingdom #19" is the Prince/Purple Rain The movie bites, the Beach Boys. In a couple of songs ("I the most. Truly the band of the 80s.
greatest rock car-crash song(passive ob- except for the live performances; I mean, Want You" and "D.W. Suite" respectively), 11. Jennifer Warnes/Famous Blue Rain-
server division, of course). Imagine being what's the plot? (Boy meets girl, boy hits he creates perfect sound distillations of the coat Warnes' only commercial success
attacked by blankets girl, boy acts tormented ). But the spirit of each. This record is the kind of has been with drivel like "(I've Had) The
Van Halen/1984 Everybody remem- soundtrack album is one of his finest mo- friend who worries you a little with how Time Of My Life" from Dirty Dancing. But
bers the nice-pop-song half of this, "Jump"and ments, commercial yet weird. All the non- intense she is all the time; but it can usually this performance of the songs of Leonard
"I'll Wait" (and they are nice songs), LP stuff that was on the singles should be make you understand and relate to why it Cohen was a life-long dream that broughtout
forgetting that "Girl Gone Bad" was the included also: "Erotic City," which caused feels that way. the best in her singing. Warnes assembled -
morally ambiguous epic they'd always much commotion when unsuspecting disc Bob Pfeifer/After Words This is the ul- stellar musicians and poured her
threatened to write (about prostitution, a jockeys flipped "Let's Co Crazy" and un- timate distillation of post-break-up roman- heart into every number. It shows.
topic the band no doubt viewed with leashed that "We could fuck until the tic misery. It seems to be some sort of 12. Michael Jackson/Thriller/ com-
mixed emotions), or that "Hot for Teacher"is dawn" line on unsuspecting roller rinks on concept album about some heavy love af- mercial and artistic thunderbolt. Except for
probably the only Top 40 hit in historyto Family Night; "Another Lonely fair breaking down and eventually result- the spoken exchange between Michael and
start off with half a minute of what Christmas," "17 Days" and "Cod," a 3:59: ing in the woman killing herself- while Paul McCartney, this is a great collection of
sounds like a top-fuel dragster revving up. minute pastiche of billowing, bending our man Bob bravely and stoically surveysthe pop songs. He revitalized the moribund
The effort of making 1984 hastened David chords, gospel-style falsetto vocals and the wreckage, barely hiding his own music industry and broke down the color
Lee Roth's (and producer Ted occasional bloodcurdling shriek, which heartbreak. Parts of this are so over- barrier erected around bland, Top 40 radio
Templeman's) split from the band, but the will clear the Pizza Inn buffet line in wrought that the less attuned to this kind once and for all. Bobby Brown and Janet
work paid off in careening arrangements record time if you find it on the jukebox on of thing might find it laughable I've had Jackson would not be at the top of the
and performances, particularly Edward's. the back of "Purple Rain," like I did. Espe- friends whose tastes I otherwise mostly charts today if it weren't for this album.
Also, you can credit 1984's sextuple- cially if you play it three times in,a row, respect beg me to take this off when I playit And you can dance to it.
platinum sales as the single greatest reason like I did. but damn, if you've ever been 13. U2/War- This album crystallizedU2
record companies marketed the living span- depressed over) a break-up, you'll find in the minds of many as important ar-
dex out of inferior lout-metal for the rest of BRIAN OOZES ALL OVER something to love about this. As near as tists. It looked at the troubles of Northern
the decade. from page sevena I've been able to discern, I'm one of about Ireland and had the courage to condemn
King CrimsonDiscipline -I I repeat lot of "intelligent hard rock" falls into, 10 people in the world who has heard it, violence on all sides. The music is fiery
myself when under stress; I repeat myself mostly because the guys who make it though you can often find it in record store and moving and the songs are anthems
when under stress; I repeat myself when aren't as smart as they think they are; but bargain bins (I picked up the CD for $4.99at that live on. Their best work is ahead.
under stress; I repeat myself when under anyway, the good lines more than out- Record Bar). It's well worth seeking out. 14. John Lennon and Yoko Ono/Double
stress; I repeat The more I look at it, the balance the bad on this, and the hits never Pained, lugubrious, REALLY sad, lots of Fantasy and Paul McCartney/Tug Of War-
more I like it. I do think it's good. The fact stop coming.The good ol' fashioned chin-up-to-hide-the- Lennon delivered unabashed tunes
is, no matter how closely I study it, no mat- Fall/The Frenz Experiment Despitethe tears male" bravado ("Success will be my and Yoko stood toe to toe with the best in
ter how I take it apart, no matter how I richness of the emotional vocabulary of revenge, "I'm better for you cause I can the business and held her own. They trade
break it down, it remains consistent. I despair and loss that permeates rock do anything you want me to") and some songs back and forth, turning Double Fantasy -
WISH YOU WERE HERE TO SEE IT (Wha- music, don't forget that if it ain't in some really sharp and workmanlike rock playingthe into an extended duet that's gripping
BOOOOWZZH pwao puu-waaiii way fun, it ain't worth much. And one of ( drummer is especially on the ball). in its intimacy. It's certainly Lennon's best
GOOOOZZHH GOOZHH BA-BOOZZH, the best ways to guarantee being fun Is Kitschy, maybe, but a sense of genuine album since his solo debut, the classic John
troch, trochaluuleeeiiiiiiaaeiieee Twikkaboodaboodabuddkweeeeessshhh being funny. tragedy here too. Lennon/Plastic/ Ono Band. Spurred on by
etc). I've spent more time laughing with this If this piece has any purpose besides John's death, Paul teamed up with George
album than other human artifact earning me a little money, it's to get the
Public Enemy/It Takes Nation of Mil- any Martin and musicians like Stevie Wonder
lions ,to, Hold Us Back- One of) the very during the late 80s. It ain't no Dead idea in your head that, if pop music gives and Carl Perkins to deliver his best album
few records this decade that made me Milkmen; these are not cheap yuks. But if you as much thought, pleasure, fun and insight since the landmark Band On The Run.
can't chuckle lines like "Get hotel as it does me, or even half as much,
think about anyone else's point of view, you at a 15. Barbra Streisand/rte Broadway
and question my own. Public Enemy rocks today/Before the idea slips away" or "A you owe it to yourself to take an oc- Album Anyone who knows Streisand
like hell, and Chuck D's crisp delivery and man should not use his fist in a steak casional buying risk. The mass-culture dis- only as the middling pop singer she's been
stunningly well-constructed raps (cowritten place" or "An odor resembling hot dogs tribution network DOES fail at times, for most of the 80s would be surprised at
the whole bedroom" deliveredin believe it or not, and the best is not always
with Hank Shocklee and others) mark permeated this remarkable album. It's a return to
him as one of pop music's few genuine singer Mark E. Smith's tic-filled drone, hailed as such, or even noticed. Occasionally form, for she originally made her mark
orators. Specific points of their politics still then don't come to my parties. you'll try something new and it won'tpump recording Broadway tunes in the '60s. But
Criff New Christs/Divine Rites As an anal- your 'nads. But you have a lot to this
elude me; the ongoing Professor con- succeeds through her thrilling voice,
obsessive rock listener and writer, there's gain. Friends as good as the best recordyou've
troversy smacks of "Cator Growl and because she is also a gifted actress:
,.., lot I should know and care and ever heard. Buy more records in
Syndrome; that is, running into trouble probably a Streisand performs these classics with verve
the 90*. Make it decade
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l 1j. f ff Born on the Fourth of July is the
by story of Kovic-a character study P w
that spans 20 years of the young IW
man's life. From his early days In
his small hometown, to his
months of survival on the foreign
front lines, to his years of struggle
through battles back home,we fol-
low Kovlc's rise and fall, and the
bitter conflict it breeds.
The story begins in 1956, in the
picturesque town of Massapequa,
Long Island. It Is the America of Vietnam war and its heroes as nize war veterans, Stone has the
the '50s, the portrait of nostalgiaand civilians shrug off concern for the speaker demand, "Where are the
most important, the world of cause, while protesters speak out kids that are defending their .ght
Kovic's! youth. A collage of recol- against it. Even family and friends to protest?"
lection, it relates key impressions make their uncertainties clear, Stone goes beyond these mo-
through seemless Images, of forcing Kovic to face his flag- ments beyond the issues; al-
make-believe battles waged in the waving Ideals. "The governmentsold together-to deliver raw,brutal
woods, of baseball games that us a bill of goods," a longtime and entirely human film. Above
molded spirit, and of July 4th friend insists. "You bought that all, Born is a movie with guts a
parades complete with soldiers, communist bullshit." movie that graphically depicts the
marching proudly and peacefullyin Kovic gradually comes to terms discomforts of an invalid, from
the streets. It's a landscape that with the anti-war movement the emptying of a catheter to an
lives only In memory, for it's a fueled by political hypocrisy, col- attempt at sex. It follows the tor-
time that was quickly outgrown.In lective disrespect and the actionsof tured Kovic to the family of a
1968, at age 22, Kovic returnsto other wounded vets. His values young G.I. he mistakenly shot,
V'y that world. After four years at evolve from those inherited, to and lets us watch as he confesseshis
war, in the field and the hospital, those battered and shaped by the killing. And ha later/tur:
he comes home to the childhoodhe horrors he faced. This transforma- bulent scene, It. dares to cast a
left. Having avoided an Im- tion"this maturity is the affecting I drunken son against his mother,
pending amputation, he arrives in drama throughout the film and. traps us between the hurled
an added appendage, and as he and the very heart of Born on the obscenities. "Cod Is as dead as my
NEVEU wheels to his room for the very Fourth of July. legs!" Kovic shouts, between mul-
HOVE : Tom ,Cruise portrays paralyzed war veteran Ron Kovic. first time, a new kind of pain pierces As told by filmmaker Oliver tiple cries of "Fuck you."
' RIGHT: Willem Dafoe takes Cruise for a ride through Mexico. through him. Remnants of an Stone, the story flows effortlesslyacross Honest moments are so rare
earlier life close in Kovic's life, punctuatedwith onscreen they glow when they are
* Born on the Fourth of July under fire, and many C.I/s take and athletic photos As he constant impact and insight. allowed there. Born is a film thatis
Oaks Four West immediate hits. Among them is trophies these momentos gear. Not one for the subtle approach, truly alight, and owes its suc-
"This must be Hell," a G.I. Ron Kovica stubborn casualty surveys for a Stone makes his anti-war-some- cess to that virtue. We follow
emarks, plodding through a swelling who refuses to fall after one profound all look thought back at emerges times anti-American message Stone's path on a painful journey
we our simpler
field in Vietnam. He refers crippling wound and continues to but Kovic clear, and still includes opposing through a wounded life. We
more to the heat than to the fight as he can. He's taken down days, stares bleakly at
the best he'll know. points. a cameo spot as a war watch that life evolve, we watchit
nightmare around him, but by a second shot,which leaves him This days is correspondent, he brings forth the collapse, and we watch it
seconds later both surroundings barely alive and paralyzed.Writh- the first overwhelming Kovic reality he point that our government, unlike rebuild. We watch Ron Kovic
meets, as
ignite, as gunshots erupt from the ing in the grass, struggling to be with the of others, allows its media "to cast make the most of his hell. And we
cautiously mingles rest
rush. noticed, Kovic already a doubt their And bit
the world.He's to on military. return a stronger because of it.
An entire platoon finds itself veteran of two tours of duty quickly exposed
a widespread apathy, for both the during an unruly event to recog- BY STEPHEN NIX

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Animation (Not reviewed) drug addiction. Too well-made to lounge-musicians features fine ac-
This 1987 collection :,of'18 ac- ignore, but the French film Round ting, but Is plagued by Incessant
claimed animated shorts from Midnight Is a much better' look'atthe smalltalk.and'1| abbreviated; :
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computer animation. We haven'tseen Blaze A'* Michelle: Pfeiffer;and one of the
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Tourney, but they are always mediate investigation, with Paul the "Makin' Whoopee" number.
/ quirky and inventive. Not to be Newman in front of the camera Cinema and Drafthouse starts
missed. Hippodrome opens and Ron (Bull Durham) Shelton be- Friday.
Friday.All hind it. This low-key comedy Family Business A A
Dogs Go to Heaven about the notorious affair between Dustin Hoffman, Sean Conneryand
Independent animator Don Louisiana Governor Earl Long Matthew Broderick star as
Bluth's insipid answer to Disney (Newman) and stripper Blaze three generations of small-time
features is a childish and pandering Starr abounds with great lines, crooks in Sidney Lumet's incisive
piece of tripe. Featuring the provides beautiful backdrops of look at family conflict and family
fine vocal talents of Burt Reynoldsand Louisiana landscapes and boasts crime. Hoffman is trapped in a
Dom Delouise, this canine outstanding work from Newman. surprisingly passive role, but
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routine. Oaks 6 East suitor so she can financially sup- Perhaps the best concert film
The Lady From Shangal port his crazy business scheme. ever made. Former UF student
j Best known for the classic hall Reitz Wednesday Jonathan Demme captured the

e of mirrors finale, Orson Welles' Romero (Not reviewed) Talking Heads in a riveting,
r murder-mystery offers top-notch Based on the real-life story of ravishingly beautiful live perfor.
e performances end a remarkable Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar mance. David Byrne and gang
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r, Leatherface: The Texas Chalnsaw outspoken man of Cod lighting and performanceartslide
S s Massacre Part III (Not who was assassinated while displays, so this one must be
reviewed) celebrating Mass. Center select seen on the silver screen to be
The third installment of Tobe showtimcs only. fully appreciated. Reitz Saturday
y Hooper's horribly violent saga of Sea of Love 1/2/
s the cannibalistic Sawyer familyand Al Pacino returns to the worldas Tango & Cash (Not reviewed)
e their hapless victims. Bring an earnest detective in search ofa If an alien culture ever ex-
e Grandma and the kids. Center, serial killer. He's aided by amined American movies to get
y Oaks 6 East popular supporting actor John an idea of what life in the U.S. was
.1 The Little Mermaid 1/2/ Goodman, and the two become like, It would probably be con-
Itn Disney's latest full-length partners who actually like each vinced that most people work as
animated feature is a true spec- other. No racial tension. No bitter cops and are invariably paired
I- tacle, offering breathtaking anima- competition. Just plain chemistryand with a partner that is their polar
tion, superb vocal work and a good sense of humor. Royal opposite. Here is more proof. Oaks
i unprecedented musical numbers. Park starts Friday. 6 East
It It has now made more money in Steel Magnolias Tremors (Not reviewed)
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n 1" movie in history. Oaks 6 East standing performances from Shir- Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward battle
9I Look Who' Talking 1/2/ ley McClaine, Julia Roberts and creatures beneath the ground. A
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I, stars Kirstie Alley and John life in a southern town jumps that wants to become a cult classic
e Travolta In a comeback role, and radically in tone from light to deserve it? Oaks Four West, Plaza
manages to muster a few laughsdue heavy and back to light before you opens Friday
( mainly to the baby's voice know it. Dramedy at its most con- Turner and Hooch (Not reviewed)
e l provided by big kid Bruce Willis) trived. Oaks 4 West Tom Hanks and his dog. Buddy
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Eatery & BreweryFull Jumbo Margaritas $4.25, Thursday all The Garlic, Mustard, Maryland Style you the "Best Blend of the Ori-
Bar, fresh brewed beer. Celebra- Contact Import Beers 99",Fajita Combo Dinnerfor Crabs You Can Eat! Lunch M-F 11-3. ent." Open Mon-Sat,Closed Sun.Visa,
tion hour 11-7 daily. Expanded Patio Lynn Spinello 2 only $7.95 on Monday and Tues- Dinner 5-12,M-Sun. Now taking reser- MC AMX 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-
with live entertainment Thurs. & Sat 376-4482 day.We accept VISA and MasterCard. vations. 5424.JEREMY .
nights. Oaks Mall Plaza I




II Alligator i i Classifieds


Classifications o How to place a 1 FURNISHEDNew 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk SPACIOUSONE

classified ad: turn 2br,2ba condo,wash/dry, security to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270.$280, ONLY $260MO.LYONS .
1 For: Rent. Furnished lock, pool, tennis racquetball, 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec APT
In Person: $475/mo Call collect 407. 7 .4207. 1- Plus LMR. Pool, laundry no cats or dogs 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
2 For Rent Unfurnished 4.30.71-2
Cash,check, MC or VISA. Santa Fe Trace Apis 378 1190 43075
Right across from Tlgert: 2rm, (turn, pool,
3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office till June Only $188/mon (water Incl.) Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet New 3bdr/3ba luxurious apartment w/
For Rent/Sale/ I 1105 W University Ave Gnvle Garden Twnhse Ph. 376.4889 or washer/dryer available In most units for washer, dryer, & all appliances for rent.
M-F Sam-4pm 378.2208. 1.,0.5.1 $15 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B2B 1 & 2 Bath Tennis, volley racquet basketball, pool,
4 Sublease House/Apt/ $250.$350. sec & Imr, 372.6422. 4.30752 welghtroom, sauna, Jacuzzi, & clubhouse:
Main BookstoreHub $145/mo. utll Incl. Sblks to UF Private Available ASAP. Please call 336.4316. 1.
5 Roommates Customer Service DeskM entrance tingle rm. elf cntrl. ht. cooking, 18.4.2
6 For Sale F8am 430pm parking upperclais or grad. 372.1862 Arlington Square Apia for the serious
3751728. 1-22.5.1 student or professional, next t to the Hippodrome 4brm 2ba near UF and Shands for more
7 Real Estate Reitz Union. Cashier, Office bdr from $365 2bdr from $500 Info 378.8341 or 685.0022 or 6853234.
M-F8am 9 pm Sat noon 9 pm Efficiency, turn or unfurn, close to UF,one uptown living..downtown! 378.9682. 1. 1942,
8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm person, no pets, quiet, private, patio, tree 31.17.2
9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM cable TV, $225/mo. plus utilities Call 378
2018. Colonial Oaks 2bdr/l/ 1/2/ ba townhouse, FREERental
F. 8 4 30
10 Wanted am pm $325, wash/dry hook-up, dishwasher,

11 Services By Mall: WINDMEADOWSOWN Close to UF, 4221.A SW 21 PI. 376.3133. Finding Service, All Info,

Use 'forms appearing weeklyin BEDROOM $205 31-172 floorplans, videos, and more, FAST. We
12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by 335 1693 can help you find that perfect place to live
Large 4bdrm house carport, fenced yard, .
Gator Rental Finders UF Plaza 336-
13 Help Wanted mall I MC. VISA or checks only Rockwood Villas. M/F wanted Own central a/c, $395, 237 SW 4 Ave. 372- 9349

room/bath, fully furnished, wash/dry. 6172 131-172
Phone 373-FIND
14 Business Personals By
$250/mo. Cathy 335 9499. 1 23 5 1
VISA Mastercard home 4 or 5 bedrooms 2 baths,
Payment by or Block from UF, Large Rooms utilities paid,
15 Personals
big yard. kitchen and laundry facilities
ONLY Five dollar
minimum 2 minute walk to campus, ibdrm 1bath Cox Cable, nice Call Greg 376.3291 737 NE 8th Ave $700/mo./ $700 deposit
16 Connections MF830.4pm.O turn apt., $250/mo neg, Jan 20.May 7. $150.225/mo rent '.26.11.2 3780658.
1100 SW 8th Ave. 3757339.
17 Notices How to correct or Bicycle Club INCREDIBLE
18 Rides WALK TO UFI Furnished Room Share Move In Special Efficiency Apt
cancel your ad: kit/baths ch/ac/ prefer 2 grad students, oup'a on us Starting at $195 / 1 Bedroom
19 Pets $240 Includes utilities! 376.6652, 378 2br/2ba Starting at $235 /2 Bedroom
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: 8122. 130101Rockwood great roommate floor plan CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE

Call 373.FIND Mon. Fn. 8.4 pm. Villas 3bdr/3ba. Rmmt neededfor great for details amenitiescall 177-2220 110 NW 311th Ave.

No refunds em be given own fully turn bdr/ba In nice Condo. All 31-142 375-3861 378-3988
extras/Included $225/mo Dan 3360332
Alligator errors: 4.30-70.2
Q When will your ad run? .24.5. 2BR. HOUSE, 1 BATH, GARAGE. ETC.,
Check your ad the FIRST day it I runs.
1/2 ml to CAMPUS, $500/mo. 3752184.
Call 373 FIND with any corrections be. GEORGIA SEAGLE HALL A male co.op 1/2 MONTH RENT FREE
fore noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 3blks to UF Single occ w/kit/laundry facilIties '.10.5.2 1 Ibdr.................$235
Classifieds will TWO
begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 1002 W Umv 376.9179. 1-2671 Incredible, 3bd/2ba In Three Oaks, 2bdr.$295lurnl.hed
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected apt. add $75. 3711410.
2 old 4 blocks to UF, Only
Sublet Studio Apt. 1 block from only yrs. .
1 30 102
Ads mailed the ads will be extended one day. .
in placed at
or $125 per month. Call 375.2361 24 hours. $645/mo Call 378 1(55 anytime for de-
Union or Shands may take No placing refunds, the or ad.credits Changes can called be given,in after alter Please leave a message talls 1.19.52 WALK TO UFII lbdr/2ba ft Studios from:

THREE Ads $210 Very Nice, Must See Also Rmmts
days to appear. the first, will rot be compensated.
day Need to sublet 2br apt In Homestead Immediately 3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UFo 201 NW 10th Needed) College Park Properties 411' NW
may run for any length of time Customer error or changes: $335/mo and no deposit down. St Wood floors, Cent. Ht/Air, Carport Office 15th St. 371'.0769.
and be cancelled at any time. Call Crystal 373.8019. 12562 : 411' NW 15th St. 3710769.
Corrections must be made in person at .
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON. One bedroom apt. to sublease avail Immediately .
$295 mo Call Peter or Meredith at,
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction tee .
372 8240 please leave message 1 1.23.5.

1, 2 ft 3 Bedroom

Come to A Free Kaplan 0w j I 2712 Pool SW 34th, Tennis. St ,*':*n3 1m8WILLIAMSBURG

1.2 TH 3 Bdrme.
Pool Laundry

Education On Going To 2000 1 SW Block KIN to St.UF/Shands*** 376-1253


Medical or Dental School . 12 PoolLaundryClose Bedrooms

to UF/Shands/
Getting into the right Medical or Dental School takes a lot more .. .. 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389

than just getting a high score on the MCAT/DAT. It takes knowing \ .. wS 2352

what schools are right for you. And knowing the Intricacies bf the Apt for Rent available) NOWI! Townhouse

application process 2bdr/1 be, fenced yd., pets OK,close to UF
the MCAT/DAT Seminar. ft SFCC. $335/mo 3320763. 1-1932
Thaf why Stanley H. Kaplan created

There, you'll learn how to Improve your chances of getting Into the SUBLEASE 1BR UNFURN APT. Near

school of your choice. Review actual MCAT questions. And most Shands & VA. $325 Per Mo. Quiet Pool.
MOONSTRUCK; disorderedin Call Barry 392.1655 day, 336.1224 eves
Importantly, you'll learn how to get the highest scores on your Feb. 1.

MCAT/DAT by learning the Kaplan method. mind, supposedly affectedby I"

So reserve seat today at our next Seminar. And discover how Sublet bdr bath unfurnished till Aug.
your the influence of the moon; my $230/mo negot Walk to campus 1800 NW
our advanced: teaching methods and 50 years of experience can help 4th Ave 12 Ph. 3772533. 1-19.3.2
crazed lunatic dazed.
plan the next four years of your life. ,
3bd/1 1/2 ba townhouse In SW area
Thurs. JAN. 25th 7PM Do you have any of these symptoms. $475/mo + first last and security. Avail
Feb 1, prefer lyr lease 332.4567. 1.24.5-

Communicore Room C14 a Call
Alligator Advertising 314 NW 14th St. 2bdr/lba, Sblks 'from UF,
376-4482 $285/mo Century 21 John Merrill Inc.372-
reservation call 377-0014
For a '1495 1-1922'

Cosponsored by AED Large 4bed/2bath home close to UF Carport

big yard, bb-court. xtra large rec.
andISM room w/giant fireplace $650 per mo. short
lease 378.2016. 11922Classifieds.

Your Chances

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1 bedroom apt In Hawaiin Villas Jan luxury condo needs n/s/ femaleto roommate wanted to share furnished *** OWN ROOM l52/mo *** MoonstruckDisordered "
and July fr.e. Normal rent/$3lO/month./ share bdr/ba; $175/mo + 1/3 utilities 2bedroom house. 10 min. walk 4 blks north of UF. Fully carp, cent ac/ht,

Need $250 for sec. depo. you get lease, 5-mo lease ok. walk to UF Call 375-6394. from UF. ($285 ft utilities) divided by 2. dishwasher, microwave. Leave messageat In mind supposedly affectedby

Call 3369019. Iv. message. 1-18-5-5 376-5592h.392-8113D( ) ( ). 1195.5 372-8735. 1-19-4-5 the moon; crazed, lunatic, dazed. ,
Do you have any or these symptoms
Apt for rent take over lease F n/s to share 2br/1 1/2/ ba quiet condo In M/F N/S own bed/bath with wash/dry In N/S roommate wanted. Private bedroomIn Call Alligator Advertising 3764482.
1 br Pmeruih Aptt Mill Run near campus. $190/mo + 1/2 util. quiet NW condo. Serious student preferred large house with large fenced In back ,.,8.2-5 r
Will pay 1/2 depositPh Pool laund. ft micro. Call 336-4763. 1- call 3780923. 1-19-5-5 yard. Pets OK. Only $165.00/month. Call ,1
335.3196 leave msg.MOBILE 18-5-5 3771914. M/F/ roommate wanted 'for own room In a

Brandywine female wanted to share two bedroom apt. $140/mo 1/3/ utilities. 1
Share a 3bdr home In SW area. Great bdrm. $150/mo + 1/3 utilities urgently Roommate: Female grad student Call 372-3811 In morn. 1-19-3-5 ,
HOMES: study atmosphere but NO peeks allowedl needed must leave area call Liz at 373- pref/own bedroom 1 block from Tigert
$200/mo neg. + 1/3 util. Call Michelle 336- 2587. 1-18.3.5 $162.50/mo + 1/2 utilities. Jan free call In The Pines: F Rmmt disler. Own bdr In
7245. 11855M 372-1100. 1-22-5-5 3bdr/2 1/2 ba Townhouse. $200/mo & 1/4

*Own Room $130 mo.* M/F. N/S. No utll. 371-1633. 1235.5 'I,
UF lots for rent, long term RVs n/s rmmt to share large furn master br cats/dogs. Walk to UF. 372-9747 1-22- Oak Forest own room In furnished 3 bdr.
l40/mo. Nice MH rentals, resales. 378- Sparrow Condo $125/mo split util w/o 5.5 $190/mo' + 1/3 utll. Free waterbed In N/S/ Rmmt needed 3bdr/2ba, (urn., luxury
9291 Arredondo Farms Mobile Home avail pool tennis clubhouse 332.0451 cluded. Call Keven 336-8954 or 378- twnhse In NW area, wash/dry/ micro,

Park. Gregg. 1-18-5-5- F ROOMMATE to share master bdr/ba 020p. 1.19.4-5 etc. $175/mo & 1/3 util., own bdr Julie

Best buyl2bdr/1ba. new wash/dry/ screen Professional students 2 ml to Shands beautiful 3bdr apt In The Laurels. ** 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath Condo. Washer 3764795. -

porch A bike to campus. $4900 call 335. bdr for rent In 3bdr house,yard, wash/dry $110 ** Pool, tennis, tym Jacuzzi. 335- dryer, micro N/S. Avail Now $200/mo. M/F own furn master bedroom -
5641. 1-22-3-5
6339 or 378-6904. 1-17-5-3 $160// mo + 1/3 utll 375-3118 Leave msg. Call 335-3889. 11945. $225/mo & 1/3 utll. Albert 3353834.
-\5 X 70 3 BR/2 BA Bike to UF. New skirting N/S/ rmmt needed to share 2bdr apt, closeto Walk to UF, room for rent in house across N/S/ Male pref.' grad/law/med stud to

screen porch, shed. Move or r.ntlot. ROOMMATE WANTED: NS M/F, $200/m UF and Shands, $155/mo + 1/2/ utll from the 0 Dome. $200 a month plus 1/3 share 3br. house, Roblnlane $200/mo. ft

Got job leaving town. $4,000,335.1352. 1/2 ut $200 sec Large, nice & neat apt 3729389. 1-22-3-5 utilities call 373-8040 ask for Scott. 1-22- utll. Huge yardl! 4147 NW 75th St. Call: 2bdrm 2 1/2 bath Call Tim 3323248. ,1- 5-5 373-2816.
Rockwood Villa's M N/S/ to share luxurious
Female, to share furnished 3/2 house A/C 3bdr/3ba. Alarm, washer/dryer, M/F N/S/ to share 3 BR/3 ba poolside N/S F own room In 3bdrm house. 1 mile S

and heat fireplace. Close to campus and SPYGLASS Jan rent (reel) M/F/ for own $245/mo./ No Pets. Daryl 373-5396. 1- condo. micro, wash/dry./ Must be neat of UF. Has washer & dryer. Call 3782895.

shopping $185 mo plus 1/3 utilities 338- bdrm/bath/ walk-In closet, D/W micro. 23-5-5 studious, but fun. $190/mo. BOB 336- 1-22-4-5

5635 $223/mo/ ft 1/3 util. Call 3357720. 1.18- TOWNEPARC 4015. 1-19-4-5
5.5 M N/S. Own room In Room 4 Bath In 3/bdr apt. Spyglass' Apts.

1984 Skyline 2bd/2ba 14 x 60 Must see, 3bdr/2ba furn. apt. $147/mo + 1/3 util. FREE Roommate Matching till Friday Jan $230 plus 1/3 util. Call 335-5235 anytime.
many extras. $8500 obo. Local 481.2730 Roommate Needed Ml NS for 3bdr/2ba/ Avail now.'Call Scott or Joe at 336-8607. 19 for anyone needing a place to move 1-18-6-5

or 392.7118 ask for Susan. 12553SUBLEASE house. Located Smiles 'from campus. 1-22-3-5 Into. Large selection available. Gator
Washer/Dryer $160/mo ft 1/3 utilities. Call ROCKWOOD Rental Finders. a UF Plaza a 3369349. F to share completly furnished 2bdr/1 1/2
3758189. 1195.5 VILLAS ,.,9.4.5 ba townhouse In SW area wash/dry
: M/F, N/S 3bdrm3bthown $225/mo + 1/2 utI!. 335-6273. 1-24-5-5

OWN ROOM Mobile H. Fenced yd. Pet ok. room and bath BRANDYWINE: Fem, own rm w/wtr bd,
4 HOUSE/APT. M/F, serious student $125/mo & util. Erik $225/mo + 1/3 uti. Call 3359130. 1.23- fully furn. 2bdrl1 ba apt. Many xtras Roommate wanted to share furn. 2bdr

3760579. 1195.5 4.5 $210/mo + 1/3 util. Near UF 373-0024. own room 3blks to UF nice apt 160/mo +

Sublet ibdrrn apt till Aug. $220/mon./ 1-24-5-5 sloe please call anytime 375-6181. 1-24-
N/S/ M/F/ prof or grad student to
hardwood (firs, upstairs, very close to UF, FREE JAN. RENT: Casablanca West, young 5.5
share 3bdr/lba/ house 5 blocks form UF
very clean, low bills, $200 sec-nego. Call 2bdr/2 1/2 ba condo, 'fully furn. w/
265/mo + 1/2/ utll Call 373-7361. 1-19-2-
3781929. 2593 wash/dry Dan.m 1-19-5-5 or f n/s/ $260 & 1/2 util. 335- 5 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited

Apt avail.-own bdr/ba Incl wash/dry/ Studious M N/S needed for HOUSE! Own by Trude Michel Jaffe
Lakewood Villas, $240/mo Jan, Fob + Rmmt Wanted. Sunny Irg bd/ba In 3bd
bdrm $140/mo/ 1/3 util. 2 miles UF
dep free Call or 373.4129 ask for Dylan. twnhs. W/d, dw, tennis etc. ,
pool, gym, quiet NW area cat. Call 3732078. 1-23- ACROSS 3 "The Making 01 34 Strawberry's 50 Regretful
1-25-10-4 Avail. Immed.-8/31 +. $195 neg. & 1/3 ut. 4.5 1 Polo from tn American" field Interjection
Marisa 335-5641. 1-19-5-5
Sublet- bdr/2ba (urn. apt. close to UF.p.rf.ct Venice author 3S Labor 52 Fairy.tale
for student. $175/mo + 1/4/ utili- DESPERATE Liberal fem. to occupy own HELPII I need a fun. friendly female N/S 6 Souffle 4 Estimated 36 Riverboats: villain,

.ties. 373-1112." 1.18-5.4 bdr. In modern 3bdr house In quiet, safe Avail rmmt.NowI377.8034.Oxford! Manor 1.24.5-5 Apt. Own bdr/ba Ingredients chances of Abbr. 53 "SImon -

area. Big fenced yard, no pets. W/D, VCR, 10 Unexciting failure 39 Pulsate (chiidren'S

Sublet ibd rm, new carpet/refrg' unfurnished skylights. Approx. 2ml N of UF. $l80mo.ft / Own room In furnished 4/2 apartment.Preferrably 14 Man from 5 Tatum and 42 Bleachers e g. game)

$235 (Reg $280)) & furnished $285 1/3 util. 376-4138 Jon or Martha. 1-19- male to share rent $115 + 1/4 Manchuria, eg. Ryan 46 "A Streetcar 54 Capital of
(Reg $330)) a mo. 2nd floor. Ph 375-3305. 5.5 15 Cheerful
utllllles. Call Chris at 3354195. 1.19-2-5 tune 6 Dresden's Named Desire" Yemen
16 Brother of Eris river role 55 Bucks beginner
FOR RENT 2bdrs In home
my Sprlngtree OWN Bedroom/bath In a new apartm. 17 Fence steps 7 Lesage's 48 English poet 56 Thanks -
Sublet Spyglass' Apt. A-2 3bdr/3ba. $150 and $200. Call Kelly 378-4486. 1-
Wash/dry, Micro, all amenities. $672/mo. 19-5-5 $175 + 1/3 util. Loc. SW 20th Av. M/F 18 Berlin favorite Bias laureate: 57 Landing

Call 3736300. After 5pm 3352100. ,. 3321944. 1-22-3-5 o11927' 8 Oversupply 1668-88 crafts

19-5-4 M/F n/s 3 ml. to Shands quiet SW home 20 Fall 9 Sound system 49 Bermuda's 59 New Deal
Need 1 and or 2 N/S M to share 2br/2ba
wash/dry, micro A many extras, w// two 22 Adriatic feature makeup letters
Neat responsible Roommate wanted 2br vet students. 3753118. 1-18-4-5 house. Fully furnished; close to UF. seaport 10 Test a person
iba ac Sunbay Apts. close to UF, shop 175mo. John 3351283. 1235.5
23 Little one: 11 Greet the day ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:
ping. $155 & 1/2 utll. January free.
7110. 1-18-4-4 373'j' Suffix 12 Encounters CAT T. I ISLES S LOW

I 24 Brave people, 13 Actual being A ROW. S H A R I I. NOD E

Plnetree Gardens sublease own to Cockney 19 Pancake TAR A NIT LAS.
U 0 B 0 E
room/bath micro/tv. $167 & 1/3 util. Call OAKS MALL 1 10 DAILY TWI-4JTE SHOW 25 Pat -. of topper
Chuck 336-7287 Ive message 1-19-5-4 $2AQ 1tr1Lntftb!43011pm "SmothersBrothers 21 Farm
J3AKSMALL 6309 KEweeRHY ROAD 8 rtfH .
Implement. eRE E. M A I LON .

Sublet ibdr apt., furn/unfurn./ thru Aug, OAKS 6 EAST OAKS 4 WEST Comedy pioneer GAR E S B ACT E R I AShow"

walk to UF pool, $265/mo +dep. 1518 NW 331-8818 INSIDE OAKS MALI 19110 ADJACENT TO MU I 25 Sobriquet forHemingway I ILL US. BUR IT. OAR Y
4th Ave. Call/Lve msg 3735425. 1-22- //N OAKS PLAZA
5.4 WAR Of TW MOSES (*) 29 Sentence ROBS FILES I PIE R

1.30.1500$2.50)INTERNAL( ). 0.15 subject 26 Stout and ABU 0 R G S. PAN IN E
Landmark BR 11/2 BATH townhouse, 145 ((51501250)), 7 U. 11)15) FOURTH 30 Canadian prov. porter N E MAT ODE. PAR S E.
dishwasher, $380 neg., very close to TANGO Sj CASH R OF |JULY (R) 31 City on the 27 Deseret today.
) .
campus, pets OK, 338-1042 leave mes 2.00. ((5:15 9 IZ.50)). 7 J e 55 115.: ((415: @ $2.50)). 7.15,1015: Tevere 28 Kim of COT B 10 NO. .
sage. 1-22-5-4 THE LITTLE MERMAID (C) BLAZE (R) "Picnic"S P R. E E 0 I C I FLU
1.00.1 00. ((5.00 91 2 SO),J).ol t 115: ((4.'150 $2 50)). ,'5. 10,15 33 Nuisances 29 Stupor: A l I A. R H I N I 0 C E R 0 S
CHRISTMAS VACATION (PC.11)) STEEL MAGNOLIA PG 37 Type of moss Comb. form
3 bd/3 ba take over entire lease Immed. 1:15: ((415: @ $2 50)). 7t5.: to.15 38 Chris of tennis 32 Debussy's"La
Call 3381387. 1.22.5-4 1 1.45. ((5.30 9 H.50)), S 00.1 10.30UATHERFACI ALWAYS (PC) -
(R) 115: ((415: @ $2.50)), 715,1015 40 Photo 1/18/90/ /
Lakewood Villas need rmmt. master bdr, 2:00: ((5:30.ft (2.50)), '.00. 0.55FREE 41 Cinders _
private bath wash/dry, $268/mo 335-
43 Cunning 1
Times Shown For Monday Thu Thursday
2814. 1193.4 44 Golda

45 Place for apigeonhole 1 i 1
Sublet turn apt. until April 90 bdl1/ bath
$250/mo/ (negotiable). Call 372-3276 t i 1
Available NOWI 1-19-3-4 47 Trying
I experiences 1
Room (for rent In 2bdr/2ba In Oxford 49 Jeweller's

Manor $239.50/mo + 1/2/ 373-7135 for STUDENTS WHO NEED I weight 24

.,more Info Need as soon as possible, fe 51 pro nobis
male. 1245.4 52 stones 2

pool Sublease view,apt barbecue, UNF.,, fireplace 2bd/2ba $5SO/mo Camelot 58 Lea 34 135 136 1

373-5784. 1-24-5-4 Every Student is Eligible for Some Type of 60 Affairs of honor 40
1 61 Cut of' meat
Financial Aid Regardless of Grades or Parental Income. 62 Harp's ancestor 4 4 4 44

,5 ROOMMATES We have a data bank of over 200,000 listings of scholarships, fellowships 63 Grain disease 4 4 4 +

grants, and loans, representing over $10 billion In private sector 64 Antlered beasts
wanted share 'turn In I
m/ns to newly apt funding.
65 Strong ox 4 51
Mill Run. Must be neat, quiet, upper division e Many scholarships are given to students based on their academic Interests, 66 Common

student preferred. Scott 335-5131. I career plans, family heritage and place of residence. bovines 55 54 57
e There's money available for students who have been newspaper carriers,
, Rmmt Wanted, large suite, 2 fireplaces
f grocery clerks, cheerleaders, non-smokers. .etc. I 5
ceiling fans, pool, kitchen, own bath, oak e Results GUARANTEED. DOWN
floors 160mo. Call Jeff 3711909. 1-23- 1 Manly: Abbr. 61

For A Free Brochure. 2 Travel agents'org.
'If r Newly Furnished Townhouse close to UF. -I 64
F 'for own ba In Ig. bdr. wash/dry, cable, ((800)) 346-6401 J
pool 1200/mo to share or 1300/mo for :::

own room. 336-0034. 1-25.10.5 L_ __ ___ I990 Los Angela Times Syndicate 11890JOAWGATOR /

181990. AlliGATOR


roommate to share 1 br/1 bath fully Queen waterbed w'backboard' $200. Magnavox TV and stereo Best offer Call Natural Art surfboard 8'1' trl Richard Under $100 each: twin platform bed w/
furnished townhouse 140/mo 1/2 utllties Moped $200 5-pc else drum let $400, 371-8392 am and pm. Leave message. A Cramm Model, excellent shape. Also Rip mattress, double & triple dressers, desk
377.62731..ve message. 1-19-2-5 surfboard $150. Call Mark 373-6820. 1- good bargain. Must Sell. 1-23-5-8 Curl bag O'Neill wetsuit. $220 call 377- dinette set, recllner. Call eves, 3786450.
18-5-6 6093. 1-22-36 1-19-5-6
M/F/ N/S/ own bdr/ba in Rockwood Villas, GREAT DEAL 170 Ibs. cast Iron wts. Includes
new, fully turn., washer/dryer, $225/mo 1885 Honda Odyssey 4-wheeler 3SOce straight bar curl bar, bench and Bridgestone MB1 21sp, 21 1/2 deore X 5 Piece drum set. Pearl White
3749891. 1 12455. new tires 70mph, rool cage $1000 Brian dumbells $75. Call 372-1160 Iv. message. Tcomp., $750. Mongoose ATB 18sp, 19" Crash/ride, exc/cond. Quick peddle, hi-
376-6509. Also (for tale' horse trailer $600. 1-19-3-6 deore comp. $290. Days 375-1030, Eve. hat $450. Greg 374-9635 Iv msg. 1-19-5-
1185.8 3327861. Troy. 1-22-3-6 6
6 FOR SALE Packard Bell computer with monitor and
WATERBED QUEEN SIZE w/heater $70, Okldata printer Includes ATI DOS and Nlshlkl International racing bike. Perfect COMPUTERPackard
BRAND NAME COMPUTERS 336-3914. 1-18-5-6 word processor software. $1400 obo. 375- cond. Index shift 21.5 In. Must see. $375
As low as $25/mo no $ down 6082. 1-30-10-8 obo. Call Phil at 395-9062. 1-24-5-6 Bell 288, 12mhz 40mb hard
FREE Catalogue over 50,000 Princeton high rei color monitor and drive, 5.25 1.2 floppy, 3.5 1.44 floppy,
customers 1-800-825-7283 graphics card logltec mouse never used. ** Liquidation ** For Sale ** King size APPLE ll-e 4/sale/ w/2 disc drive monitor 1mb ram, vga hi-res color monitor lyr
Grad std. must sell offers consld. 335- waterbed $150 Llvlngrm set-Dmlngrm modem, printer and tons of programs. warr., 4 mths on-slle, $1795 call 335-
Nice Clean Modern Furniture All at Reasonable 1546. 1-18-56 set-End TablesLamps All Great Cond. Only $450 Nag. Josh 371-9150. 1-24-5-8 1300. 131136For
Prices Com Take I Look. Call Rob 376-2967. 1-19-3-6
The Plunder House TREK 12-speed racing bike with water SONY portable compact disc player. Can Sale: $1100 worth of A D 4 D gaming
511 SW 4 Avenue. 1-22-10-6 bottles and tool bag. Excellent condition, Marshall 100 Watt Guitar Amp. and a 4-12 vas hammock w/stand. Folds for easy materials to be sold ss one package. Most
used only five monthi. Call 395-0835. 1- cabinet channel' switching, effects loop transport. Michelle: 375-1208 (leave message It.mllik. new. $100 obo. Call 335-9315.
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 22-7-8 and footpedal both (for $925 obo 377- ). 1-23-3-6 1-19-5-6
brands are all at our New Location! Car 5795. 1-23-5-6
Stereo Specialists' 3215 NW 13 St. 372. BEDS BEDS BEDS MOPED Puch bought new In 86, only COMPUTERSXT
2070. 4-30-75-8 Dressers Chest Bookcases Sofas, TV Day bed-white Iron & brass w/ popup trundle 1500 ml, excellent cond., $450 obo. FROM ............$479
carts, Entertainment centers and more at $150, obol Car bra-fits new Mustangs, Please call 378-3739 anytime. 1-19-5-6 AT FROM ............$689
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the old- the 'lowest prices Gainesville. 371-4422 pract. n.w. $50, obol Call Inger 3725720. CALL 3725145.
eel, beet and lowest priced car stereo Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave. 1-22-36 KING WATERBED delux head board w/
COMPUTER: kaypro Turbo PC: 20
store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St. 2-2-16-6 mirror 'lamp & shelf' padded railings, meg.
HD / dual floppies monitor I WordPerfect
4-30.75-8 Luis Vulton Purse. Brand new. Was allilt. $175 neg. 3323243. 1-19-5-6
Blow Out Sale. Beach cruiser with lock Must sell, Best offer 373-3351 Leave message / Lotus / etc. $1100 Bargain! Call 335-

Rockford' Focgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, heavy duty desk, twin size bed with box at beep. 1-23-4-6 4 rims, 2 months old 16 x 7, Amer. Rac- 0268. 1-19-3-6
Infinity, Kicker Code Alarm. The Beet spring. All 3 lor $100. Call Scott 377-1027 ing, polished lip, black mesh CTR. Slvg
Car Stereo Installer In town. Car Stereo 1-22-7-8 1 Nlshlkl 10 speed, red. quick release pattern, $520, obo, call Clark after 6pm at HP 4 1 CX W/Advantage pack. Perfectfor
to Go. 373-1834. 4-30-75-6 wheels $175: $250 nw.1 single bed with 336-8430. 1.22.5-5 science or eng. students. Complete w/
MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1148 pine wood frame $100. 376-3596 Dennis. all Instructions Less than 1 year old. A
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants Edltor'a Choice CompuAdd Northgate 1-24-5-6 KENWOOD 50 watt stereo rack system $250 value for only $120. Call 371-6714.
'for your dorm or apartment. W* de- HPPrice same or lower than mall- phono, tuner, amp, EO, dbl cassette deck Leave message. 1-22-4-5
liver) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. order. Systems below Include Imb, 40mb 3 piece sectional couch good condition, & speakers $500.371-3127 (ask for Ken).
3775265.6 blocks E. of' campus. 2-6-20- ((28ms, graphics monltor.MC 286/12- light green, $100. 3324567. 1-24-5-6 11838. Car Alarms, Autopsge, Chapman.
Home and Car Stereo. Pioneer Sansul
$1195 ,
Packard Bsll-$1295. MC 386SX-
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control $1495 Northgate 386/20-$2299. PB 288 For Sale: Desk with drawers 30.00. sun- Queen size waterbed with headboard, 12 Sherwood, and more. We Beat All
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will laptop w/hd a battery $1999. CompuAdd pak flash 522 with dedicated module for drawers underneath heater and padded Prices) 37I-37S4. 4-30-69-6
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message.Fender 810 w/ 20mb A graphics monitor $970.1 canon 90.00 Cobra radar detector 50.00 rails. $tOO obo 336-4020 msg. 1-19-4-
call 371-7820. 1-19-2-8 CLARION 870zrt car cassette 6mos.
+ 3 year warranties. Onsite warranties. 6
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Panasonic 1180 prlnter-l8S HP LaserJet warranty ; dolby apt
1987 mint condition with maple neck. lip$1049.. 4110 SW 34th St. 308 W Bedroom Set: Double bed with canopy BIKE tour de trance champion adjusting metal autoreverse, sep. bass/treble;
Comes with hard shell case $550. Call Unlit Av. 1-22-7-8 dresser mirror matress, bedspread reflectors, James bond quick-view mirror $150 obo. 335.3804. 1-19-3-6
Mike 373-9305 drapes A canopy cover. $125. Call 392- possible mach I speed full 10 sp $80
4198-w, 332-8531. 1-22-36 3714387. 1-18-3-6 Dorm fridge only 1 semester old. 3.1 cu (It.
CLEARANCE SALE-many Items to WATERBED queen size with bookshelf, Sell (for $90. Call 3784882. Ask for Mar.
choose from. Jewelry TV's, cameras, headboard & heater. $100 assembled 4 SURFBOARD Natural Art 6'0" trl (fin In excellent bridal set diamond cluster-sale price 89 garet. 1-18-2-6
VCR's-etc. Best Jewelry' 4 Loan Pawn- delivered. Call 591-2932 anytime, leave condition $175 371-1900. 124.5 service merchandise catalog $1000 .will
shop. Sale lion till everything's gonell message. 1-23-5-6 6 sell for $500 obo 3359967. Practically new 3 1/2 cubic loot refrigerator
1-25-10-6__ to be aold. $120 negotiable. John 335-
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30-6.30.: 7 day crash course Feb. 12, Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine Business Legal Personal Report Medical Library Approx 4 hrs/wk, as Need bright, motivated person who can
Real Estate Appraiser, starts Feb. 27, The Jewelry 3739243. 4-30-75-10 Term Paper Typeset Resume Etc. needed $3.50/hr 372-6531 9-5. 1.22.5-13 type on computer, has good proofreadingskills
Florida Center 371-2787. G'ville Handicapped Typing and welcomes a variety of tasks.
COMIC BOOKS wanted! 3787179. EARN INSTANT CASHI! Debate, English, Exper. In health publishing a plus. Flexible .
1 bdr/1/ ba Condo for rent. Lease or w// option I want I to buy your comic. I will trade only Forensics' law, speech majors. Feb 15, hours, $5.50 to start. Send resume to
18, 17 at Reltz Union. Contact Dr. Bar Director 5429 SW 80 St G'ville
to Buy Washer/dryer/ Hook up. If YOU want to Call Mark 378-3029 alter 32608.
$300/mo. Call Sue at 3725375. 1-26-8-7 7pm. 1-22-6-10 Typing reports business legal bara Williamson Brevard Community College 1-23-5-13
resumes cassettes transcribed applications Tltusvllle, FL. 32796. 1-29-10-13
PRIME UF LOCATION) letters notary *8IC. Available BUSINESS
15 Room House ch/ae/ Good condition! 11 SERVICESNW 24 hours/7 days3722777. 4-30-75-12 Singing Messengers for Ballon & Bears.
Rented, Investmenl/Fraternlty/other./ / Outgoing people only)1375-1199. ,.,g.4. 14 PERSONALSAre

$130,000. 378.88520wn.r. 2-20-25-7 Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave RESUME HOUSEProfessional 13

near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from College Work Study (only) $5.00/h/ evenings you an 'A' Student? Do you take EX.
8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA $20, 10% disc to students. 3328917. 4- resume writing ft & Saturday Telephone Survey Interviewer CELLENT NOTES? Earn While You
developm.nl.ervic..371.8148. Apply: Bob/Martha/ 392-0171 Learn. Call 371-6954 For more Informatlon. .
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 1-22-10-12 1-22-10-14
CX 500 TURBO. Excel. cond., all Attention CIS ft ISE Major Procter &
serv. records, call Jimmy 376-2637 day MICRO CENTERTyping 336-4936. Full Gamble I I. looking for you. Come Join COMPUTERS, terminals & pc's, buy sell,
335-9340 eve. $2195 obo. 1195.8 1233 NW 10th Ave. & self service computing. Typing starts @ u* for free 'food & Information. Casual' ft Great
1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self .service ITY.
372-1664 atmosphere, bring your resume. Thur
1987 HONDA ELITE 80. with helmet runs MC/VISA/lnsurance/ resumes $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser Jan 18.6:30-9pm.: PJ O'RIley 1900 SW
good one owner, $700 or best offer, call Free Pregnancy Test typeset graphics spell check theses 13th Street. 1172.13 Have Computer Skills? Micro Center
378-6189, ask for Mike or leave message. Member papers special characters employment needs typist/salei/tech support help.
1-19-5-8 National Abortion Federation databases mailmerge training. VAX/VMS System operator. Manage a 3- Apply In person. 4110 SW 34th St. (SW
WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 1-22- CPU VAX cluster In a LAT network environment campus store) 1227.14
1983 SUZUKI I 1100G I Sport Tour excellent SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 7.12 Requirements Incl. working
condition 4-K miles $1950. OBO 373- Get conlld.nllalllliing and treatment at knowledge of DCL and System management Multi Million Company seeking part time
3129. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near utilities like MONITOR. Send resume Individuals to earn Top $$$ per mo. Serious
campus. Dependable, quality service. and salary r.q.lo Jones Edmunds, entrepeneurs need only to apply. 376-
KAWASAKI KZ 440 10000 miles. HONDA AAA STORAGE Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol and Assoc. Inc. 730 N Waldo Rd, G'ville 2967. 1-22-5.14
HAWK 400 15000 mile $800 ft $60.0 Close to UF, Convenient 373-4464. 1311112ONE 32601 Aim: R. S. Puller. 1-19-3-13
both exc. condition mechanic owned 336- 4x4x4 $15/mo Squash rackets 50% off. Aerobic wear
1972. 1-22.3-8 4x8x8 $25/mo PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect PUBLIC RELATIONS EXPERIENCEGain 50% off; aerobic shoes 25% off. Tennis
533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 0-edlt/proof/spell all work guaranteed- clothing 25% off. If U need II, E Z Tennis
HONDA MAGNA 87. V4 liq. cooled, shaftdr. English B.A. Ripp 376-3649. 2-13-20-12 practical experience to enhance has It. 1-19-3-14
Tank and saddle bags. Excel cond. a GATOR your resume. Internship availablewith
** MOVING **
gem. $2500 ph. 376-2777. 1245.8 13 HELP WANTED The Independent Florida Alligator. All racquetball rackets 30% off I When others
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Typing, copywriting newsletter go low, E Z Tennis will go lower. Giveus
1984 Kawasaki 750turbo. Great condi Item/Hse Full. Days/Eve. Long di*. a try 134 Street Plaza 3722257. 1-19-
tion. New spark plugs and oil filter Only Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. Typist production, promotions, and arranging
18000 mi. MUST SELLI $1700. Call Paul Computer literate person needed to help special events. Stop by the Alligator Happy new year 19901, E Z Tennis' new
81373-9853 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM ,lessons type Alligator classified on Tuesday ft (for an application. Affirmative year resolution Is to continue giving you
boarding woodser facilities Thursdays, 4 6:30 pm. Must be depend Action/Equal/ Opportunity Employer. great prices,quality products & service 34
hay rides parties sales working able. Fill out application at The Independent St. 1-19-3-14

9 AUTOS students accepted. 466-3224, 375.8080. Florida Alligator, from g. 4 pm, Mon. House/Childcare Needed for 1 1/2/ and 3
Enthusiastic? Enjoy people? Put your en-
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1985 Chrysler' Laser a/c, am/fm cass, *SUNBELT MOVING* needs to be loving my ft energetic, N/S, experienced Ir.p.n.urlallkilll to work for you. Great
auto trans alarm *yi, hatchback w/ sunshield Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. AVON 3758967Sell reliable transportation ft reference earning Great training. 335-0100 Iv
58000 mis, many new parts. 1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dist. Lie/Ins. Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. required. Tues-Thurs-Frl 9-6 msg. 1-24-6-14

$4300 obo. 335-3972. 1-18-8-9 Priced lor Student! Marty 375MOVE. 4- B.nellllln.uranc.. 4-30-75-13 378-0615. A FREE GIFT JUST FOR CALLING.

1988 Camero, perfect cond. T-Tops, pw, ONE STOP DENTISTRY Paying $125 to persons Infected/ cuts, Market Discover Credit Cards on your PLUS RAISE IN ONLY 10 DAYS
ps, pb ac, cruise, tilt, am/fm cass. V6- scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic campus. Flexible Hours. Earn as much as Student groups, frats and sororities
Sspd Sky blue on silver Asking $9000 or Accepting new pta emerg study. Blood test required. Call 331- $10.00hourOnly 1 / ten po.illonlavailabl.. needed for marketing project on campus.
best offer. Scott 335-5131. Adult cleaning $28 child $18 5379. 1-800-950-8472.. ext. 3. For details plus our FREE GIFT. Group
((4)Wisd.) tee. $325 ((3)Wiid.) tee $250, Officers Call 1-800-765-8472 EXT 50. 1-
((2)Wisd.) tee. $200 Warm, fun and reliable person wanted to
blue Insurance In butler plaza we care callus Nitrous Oxide. Accept Me, V, AE babysit Weekdays 12:30.4: for children 3 Cherry the clown show! Gr"llor Birthday
1S1377-CARS or 3772277. Valid only with coupon up to ((4)) people.H. JOBS JOBS JOBS & 7 yrs. Must have own car. Good pay for Parties with Ten Free Bailors. Call Cherry
T. Gonsouhln. DDS 372-9521 $l3/hr, we train. National coatings the right person, some flexabllity (will 373.7755 after 6pm. 1-18-1-14
For Sale: 1987 Pontiac Grand Am LE, franchise expanding. Full/part/ time. consider 1 person for M-W, another TTH .
loaded good cond., must sell student! MOPED CITYPick LABOR ft MGT. POSITIONS AVAIL. ). 3756939. 1-19-2-13
332-6759 Iv. Potential own your own business.Call 15 PERSONALSLADIES
message. up/Drop off.1/2 off now for Imm.diatelntervi.w. THE MILL Is looking for a few good peopleto

1982 Honda Accord 4 dr., Sspd a/c, stereo 813-886-7151. work days. The only exp. necessary ,Is MAKE MONEYWe

84,000 miles. Asking $2500 obo. Car *FREE* Computer ProgrammersUCS time a good employees attitude.and Great students.benefits Apply for part-bet. buy ft sell good used clothing
be at 395- Call Second Act. 3738527. 4307515MOONSTRUCK
can seen campus by calling
Pregnancy Test Inc. a software development co. In 2-5 at The Mill. 1193.13
9633 12259. Gainesville Women's Ft. Laud., has entry '.v'lo' mid-level' positions .
for software ..nglneerscomput.rprogramm.rs.
1983 Toyota Corolla a/c, tinted windows HEALTH CENTER
new: paint trans and brakes; am/lm 720 NW 23rd Avenue C programming required.
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gree. Send Resumes to: UCS, Inc., 6184
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BMW 1982 3201! A/T A/C sunroof Enkel Gynecology Services Now accepting application for Resident 0
maps removeable stereo silver metallic Assistant positions for the Fall 0r
w/black leatherette $6700 376-0784 Valentine Special be photographed by 1990 Semester. Application availableat
(after 5pm) 1-22-5-9 Internationally known beauty photographer either the Housing Office or all residence .
Bill Home. Get a free poster print. hall area office Application
1989 ford bronco II 6,000 miles $13,000 377-6583. 1-31-15-11 are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to the "
or $1,000 down and take up payments 0
Division of Housing Offle. For furlh.rInlormallon
sport rims many extras call 378.2879 Free Poster with any glamour session contact the Staff & Student
after' 5:00.: 1-22-59 with award winning photographer Bill Development Office et 392-2161. 2-2- .
Horne Studio or location. Glamour with
1982 HONDA ACCORD 4DR SSPD A/C style. 377-6583 See the display now. 1- .
',. STEREO 84.000 miles. Asking $2500 EARN $100 MONTHFor t goo
obo. Car can be seen on campus ly. call- Guitar & Bass Lessons tailored for your your plasma donations. Our fully automated o
Ing at 3959653. 1-22-5-9 needs. Top professional w25 yrs. exp. system I II safer and faster than !'

Beginner-Adv. Suzuki-based children's manual centers. Air conditioned Special ".
Honda Civic DX 1988 5-speed. A/C, !method. available. Larry 336-5624. 1-19- bonus with this ad Call for appoint 0
stern, cassette. Excellent condition 26K ment. ft OD to
miles. $7950. OBO 3733129. Need furn., clothing household goods? Alpha Plasma Center
Great bargains layaway/ plan avail. M-F 11:30.5:30.: : Sat 930.230: ;
1985 Chevy Spectrum, auto, a/c, ps, pb, Weeks Flea Market, State Road 26, 3ml 9 SW 1st St. 378.9204
Kenwood Stereo excell. cond. $2900 west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open
offer or possible trade 335-5296. 1-23- Sat ft Sun. 472.2081. Babysitter Monday-Friday 3:00pm.:
600pm: In my SW home transportation
77 DASHER $960 73,000 mi. 4 dr, auto PROBLEMS IN MATH? required. Call Mill Valentine 332-0444 disorderedin
A/C brown. Clean Good trans., New battery Professional and Reliable for more Info. 1-19-5-13 ;
Call 371-0829 wknds ft nts till 9pm. mind
"' Tutoring offered. Call 3777415. 1-22-5- supposedly affected l'' .@RULE Balloonacy Is now hiring fun energeticand ,
talented people for deliveries and In 5] by the influence of the moon ; fcj
87 Hyundai Excel' excellent cond. AC PRO DJ SERVICEII store work. Call 378-0177. 1-19-5-13

am/fm cass low miles take over paymentsor Reasonable rates excellent tunes, pro crazed, lunatic dazed.Do .
$4700 335-4164. 1245.9 equipment. Give CJ a call at 375.8483 and OFFICE WORK: Part time will train. Mature ,

Ford Escort 1983.2 door. Good condition. Iva m.g. 1-31-10-11 UF person Sophomore wanted., good Prefer phone GVL residentor voice ft you have any of these symptoms.

$1500 obo call 336-6470 after 5:30: p.m. personality a must. Some sales ability.
ci I TYPING Must work evenings ft weekends. Call between r< Call Alligator Advertising ,
1980 Pontiac Phoenix grey 5-door am/fm/ ".3, 377-0081. ,1-18-3-13
stereo many new part $900 332-3511 12 SERVICESTyping 376-4482

leave message. 1.24-5.9 Babysitter needed In my home Mon, Wed .
$1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports, a.m., all day Fri. Transp. and references' Qr 4tr.t. i
Chrysler' 1983 4dr auto trans a/c am/fm Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List required begin Jan 29. Call 377-8322. Q
radio 74000 m/s excellent condition WCS 917 NW 13tn 3739822. 4-30-75- 1-22-5-13
$2800 call 373-2078. 1223.9 12

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I fully maintained, low mileage, automatic Laser printer. Resumes $12 & up. Page Apply In person. 4110 SW 34th St. (sw
loaded $11300 obo call 332.7307 or 376- discounts avail. Days ft eves. 3734564. campus store). 1-25-7-13
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lifetime warranty $4.00 off with this adl get 1990 rolling; at E Z Tennis, our goal Is prices-rag or rx sunglasses The Optical Hotel/Air Anytime. Ochos or Negril Doro GAY SWITCHBOARD
Eastpaks, now on ..I.. Lloyd Clarke to sell lower than anyone. Check us out! Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Avt. 1 thys Travel Professionals 9043771600. 332-0700, 24 Mrs. Info/Referral
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5.15 Tennis sweat pants 40%( off; all t-shlrts Natural Foods and Vitamins JOIN US TODAY 'for our daily $2.89 deli EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease
30(, off & more great savings at E Z Tennis Birkenatock Sandala sandwich special w/free' 16 oz drink. BAGELS treatment 28 years exp Dr. J. Beckum,
RUSSELL ATHLETIC For quality products, service, low Sunflower Health Foods UNLIMITED 1620 W UniverSity. 1- optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288
Bane sweatpants & crewneck sweat third prices... 1-193-15 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 22.10.15 1-31-17-16
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around town A see why our name Is E Z results from a reliable source party with us at the world's largest with 'free weights' dally seeks same Must
Tennis! 1193.15 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- party I 2/22-25/90 R/T bus, 2 nights hotel be seriously' Into lifting weights. Write P.O.
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the moon; crazed, lunatic, dazed. A student hotline designed for you. Call to NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get 23.10.15 SHY GUY tall blue eyes, good listener/
have or these symptoms? express your concerns, offer new Ideas special student discounts on exams and sense of humor seeks female' 'friend send
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Call you Alligator Advertising 376-4482. 1. and 'find out how you can get Involved In all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. SKYDIVE photo/phone po box 13115 Gvllle FI
182-15 Student Government and the Vision Party. 377-0881. 4-30-75-15 Skydlve with the Wllllston Skydivers 336- 32604. 1-185-16
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Great selection of ladles running shoes 6pm-9pm. The Vision Party.Because Look Your Best Everyday) Sell me your class rings & broken chainswe -
Seeing Is Believing 1-22-1-15 Call Katie Inc. for pay mort 'for jewelery In
40%( off Great quality at great prices! E Z at Omega Electrolysis, good shape
Tennis 34th St Plaza 372-2257. 1-19-3- Info' about the PERMANENT removal of' BREAKBahamas Best Jewelery ft Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave
unwanted facial ft hair. 371-4367
SAVEONRAYBANSUniversity body 374-4307.
15 3nt $189, Jamaica 3nt $309,
Opticians 4-30.75-15 Key West 3nt $139. Extra nts avail. $39 FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES *'
Some deny Itsome try to ,fake Itsome try 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 holds your spoil Breakaway Tours 377- BestJelery
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prices quality dally. Ask your 'friends 119315 For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's GEMS 1-25-10-16
ACTS MEETING Thursday, 18, 6:59 372-1226. 211 W. Univ. Ave.next to Central -
SKI SALE: Great selection of' quality ski TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver diamonds
City. 4-30-75-15 -
pm Retlz B70. Bible study, worship,
wear; won't last long at these prices. etc. New or used or broken Best
30%( off most tennis rackets- 4 U buy or prayer ft share. 491-3475 ACTS 24hrbeeper. Jewelery
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We buy Gold, Cash Checks, ft make loanson Shop and Loan 523 NW. 3rd Ave 371-GEMS
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must save with usl, 34th St. Plaza 372-
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page 16 toward the team total. And even with con with the shot at hand," Ryan said. distance.
sistent performances from Hackney and Senior Lisa Nedoba also had her ups and Ryan said the rest of her team has potential

qualify. Vinieratos, UF's other two scores remain downs in the fall, but Ryan said she has ,but they need more experience-some
The fall was Vinierato's first season at UF. unpredictable. improved her consistency from last year. thing she said she has not been able to give

She has become one of the top starters, Junior Laura Brown was one of the team's "She's playing much better, much more them this year.

finishing in the top 20 three of her four most consistent players last year, but has consistent,"Ryan said."I hope that the way "We've been working very well as a team,"

tournaments.If had trouble keeping the mental part of her she's playing now will help give her more Hackney said. "We have been giving sup-

the fall is an indicator, Hackney and game together, Ryan said. Ryan blames it confidence." port to one another and I think everyone is
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fall short Hoops woes

against Tennessee simply more

By DAN STIFFLER utes of the game.
of the
Alligator Staff Writer 'We were just kind of tired at sameThe

the end," Davis said after a 14-
Playing their first game without point, six-rebound night. "We latest chapter in "As the Round Ball

suspended center Dwayne gave it all we had but we got tiredin Turns" couldn't raise a single eyebrow.Tuesday's .
Schintzius, the UP basketballteam ge, >r k that Schintziusand
the end. news Dwayne
played a full-court,up-tempo his sidekick Tim Turner had been in-
game, but in the end, the Gators The Gators looked anything but defintely suspended from the basketballteam

were a man shy in the middle. tired in the first half,jumping out was about as news worthy as boxer

And the man was Schintzius. to a 17-8 lead after five minutes of Gerry Cooney announcing that after gettingthe

Tennessee took advantage of play. The Gators used an aggres- life beat out of him by 41-year-old George

the smaller Gators on the boards sive man-to-man defense to builda Foreman, he would retire.

44-31 en route to an 80-75 victoryin 43-36 halftime lead. LeaR4k To put it simply, no one cares.
front of 8,214 in the O'Connell

Center. The defense by the Gators led -> Ron Kaspriske
Schintzius' absence in the mid to 15 steals in the first half and a

dle proved to be the glaring weak school-record 21 for the game. LAST

ness for the Gators and after the But while the Gators were takingthe CALLIf

game the 7-foot-2 center apologized ball away, they were also giv- .
to his teammates. ing the ball away 26 times. ai. r s -s that's hard to believe, then take a lookat

"Sorry fellas," said Schintziusas just a small sampling of reactions to the
The Vols got back in the game two players' suspension.
his teammates
themselves weary into the locker dragged room. behind Carlas Groves' play and Fred Hickman (CNN Sports Tonight):
took the lead with eight minutesleft. It A
"My bad." "If it wasn't for bad news coming out of
The Gators had problems Gainesville, there would be a news blackout"Mike
And while his teammates collectively
handling the Vols'press,and com Patrick (ESPN's SportsCenter):
defended Schintziusafter bined with poor free throw shoot "Guess who got suspended. again?"
the game saying everyone ing, slowly faded in the end.
Rick Stroud (St. Petersburg Times sports
makes mistakes, the final cog in
writer): "Is that all Schintzius did?"
front line knew
UF's once-great Stacey Poole scored 13 points
that the Gators needed their team and pulled down 11 rebounds and ALLIGATOR PHOTO 0 Craig Arjemi (former Fort Lauderdale
mate badly."If The Lady Gators will look to senior Lisa Hackney to drive News sports writer and a UF alumnus):
B.J.] Carter added 16 points, eight
this "Schintzius has million-dollar body and a
the toward a
squad success season.
we had Schintzius and (for- assists and five steals. But in the "
two-cent head.
ward Livingston) Chatman, we end the Gators
were just a man
wished remain
Student who to anonymous
would have blown them out," short in the middle, a fact that Women
golfers lose player and I'm
: "They one more
Dwayne Davis said of his front irked DeVoe."I "
going out for the team.
line companions.But .
instead, the Volunteersused do not want to talk about it," Actually, the last remark is currently the

an aggressive press and 22 DeVoe said of the suspensions of seek consistencyBy second-most popular phrase on the UF campus
behind "You screwed on Petty ticketstoo
offensive rebounds to hand the Schintzius and forward Tim got
Gators their third conferenceloss. Turner and the absence of Chat ?

UF fell to 6-6 overall and 2-3 man, who took a leave of absence The biggest reason for the world giving
Writer this incident the cold shoulder treatment is
in the SEC. Tennessee improvedto from the team. "They were obvi- Alligator

9-5,4-1. ously a factor in this game." The UF women golfers obviously are eager for a first-place simple.The They've had involving enough.Schintzius and

Bell sealed the with finish this weekend at the Oklahoma State/Guadalajara In episode
Greg game TENNESSEE((80))- Rivers 14002, Rees 5 1 on"
Turner already is in the "life stage
free throws down the stretch and 0010.Lockhart 3.9 2.2 8.,BellS.11121422 I .Houston vitational. But to get it, they must beat some of the toughest goes
3-18 5-711. Groves 7-9 11, IS, Taylor 5 80.1 12, for everyone else besides the star actors.
finished with 22 points and five Price03000,Smith00000.WisemanOOOOO. golf teams in the country.Yet Unlike Schintzius'tennis racket battle with
rebounds.But Totals 29-67 20-25 80. the Lady Gators lack one important component to success
UF((75))-Grimsley 1 1.5 3-4 5, Poole 6.131.313, two UF students a year ago, Gainesville res-
the Gators also contributedto Davis e-9 2.514, Garcia 5." 0111Carter683-4 consistency.In idents have now built enough immunitiesto
the Vols' comeback from nine 16. Hogan 1 1.3 2.2 5,Schintzius 00444. Jackson the four tournaments it entered in the fall, UF turned in up
ignore the basketball team's faux pas.
22024 Stewart 12003 Totals 28 54 15 25 75.
points down in the second half- Tennessee fifthfourth-, third- and a second-place finishes, respectively. less
Halttlme UF 43 36 Three-'point The more wrongs they commit, the
with poor free-throw shooting. UF goals Tennessee 21(Bell 1 0'2,Houston 0-2,Taylor Individually, the team had its ups and downs as well. attention which is good.
2 .UF4.13 Poole 0.1,Garcia I 1-6,Carter .3. they get -
'2)) ( Hogan
But the
whether for
shot 47.1 from the line in they're ready spring season or not, the
percent 1 1-2, Stewart 11)). Total louls-Tennessee 23, UF The basketball team has been an
the second half including missing 22 Fouled out-none R.boundlTennessee 44 10th-ranked Lady Gators travel to Guadalajara, Mexico, this embarasssment to UF over the past four
four front ends of one-and-one (Lockhart 15)), UF 31 ((Poole 11)). Assists-Tennes- weekend to defend the title they won there last year. But they
see It (Houston 4)),UF,18 (Carter 8)).Technical fouls years, and despite its success' people are
l', free throws in the last eight min- -non. A-8.214. must face golf powerhouses like fourth-ranked Tulsa, seventh- beginning to wonder if there's an end to this
ranked Oklahoma State and 13th-ranked Texas.
madness.It's .
Coach Mimi Ryan said their only chance to repeat as cham- sad that the basketball team has had

NCAA pions is if they are confident and play well as a team. no luck in removing the reputation it earnedas

investigatorsclear "It's going to take a lot of hard work and not just practice," one of the most trouble-laden programs in

I Ryan said. "They've got to get out and play and make sure that the nation.

mentally they are ready." The removal of former head coach Norm

track programBy The team's five tournament-playing members were the same Sloan didn't help. Former player Kenny

__ u. throughout the fall season, and Ryan said they will continue to McClary's testimony that he lied about re-
MIKE DAME 'The enforcement staff has play in the spring. ceiving money from coaches didn't help, and

# Alligator Staff Writer concluded that insufficient reliable Leading the Lady Gators is senior Lisa Hackney, who played winning the school's first Southeastern Con-
information is available most consistently in the fall,finishing in the top 10 three of four ference title last year didn't help.

The NCAA has cleared the concerning NCAA rule violations times. Ryan said Hackney is a long hitter, but sometimes she And this past weekend's incident certainly
UF men's track and field program in the men's track program does not find the middle of the fairway. won't help.

of any wrongdoing, con- ," Berst wrote. "She's a real scrambler," Ryan said. "You can't complain, Players like Schintzius and Turner need to

firming the findings of UPs UF and the NCAA continueto though, because when you think there is no way she can geta realize that because of the basketball team's

internal investigation com- investigate the Gators bas- par, she'll get a par or even a birdie." reputation, any little thing they do is goingto

pleted late last year. ketball and football programs. Hackney shot her lowest tournament round for UF at Gua- seem like a big deal to the public.It's .

In a letter dated Jan. 9 and The internal investigation of dalajara last spring,yet took second individually. Hackney said the price they pay for being in the

received by UF on Tuesday, UF's track program was she is playing well and hopes to play even better this year."I spotlight.It .

David Berst, the NCAA's assis- prompted by an anonymous let have biggerplans for this semester,"Hackney said."MaybeI'll may not matter to these players whether

tant executive director of en- ter dated Oct. 20 and mailed go one further." they can find their way back into the hearts

forcement, said a review of from New Orleans to various Behind Hackney is junior Michelle Vinieratos. In 1989, and souls of Gators fans, but it would be a

information collected by UPs media, the NCAA, the South- Vinieratos played two rounds in the U.S. Open-a professionaland shame if the next generation of basketball
r attorneys does not warrant an amateur tournament where only the nation's top amateurssee players have to deal with this team's legacy.
NCAA investigation. see Track, page 14 How do you tell a basketball recruit that
Lady Gators, page 15
no one cares about the team anymore?

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