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I Dean says white rights group has ro g'g'idea' I I



"white student union" to counterbalance about 350 years of discriminationthat
By ANA ACLE White Student Union formed
the viewpoints of the Black blacks in this country faced.
Writer I
Alligator Student Union. Wright said his He added that when someone triesto '
The formation of a white student group is not violent and extremistlike rectify that, they call it reverse at Temple University in 88

union may be the sign of things to white supremacists but will be discrimination. By ANA ACLE "For the most part we are an
come,Minority Affairs Dean Willie specific about white issues. Robinson said black students Alligator WriterIf educational organization,"
Robinson said.Robinson Supporters of the group said Af- who feel cheated make noise, Spletzer said. "We get people educated
said he believes the firmative Action is the whereas white students feel that's UF recognizes the white stu- to what's happening-the
decade of the '90s will be like the government's way of babying not justified.When a student feels dent union that is trying to formon loss of freedom, the changing val-
'60s a period of turbulence and blacks. Robinson disagrees. he has been treated differently, campus it may be the first in ues of the media."
frustration between black and "Affirmative Action does not there is usually someone who the state, but it won't be the first Whites should be proud to be
white communities. mean that I will give John a job just backlashes in frustration he said. in the nation. white just like blacks are proudto

"There is a new generation because he is black," Robinsonsaid. Wright said Thursday he and his Temple University in Pennsyl- be black, he said.
growing up that sincerely believes "It means if there is an open- supporters are trying to create a vania officially recognized a white Temple President Peter J.
that all things are created equal, ing, I will give everyone an equal constitution so that his group can student union in October 1988. Llacouras said in a December
but they don't understand that opportunity. register with UF. But he said it has TU's WSU was formed by archi- 1988 press release that the university
things are not equal," Robinson "Some people have abused the been difficult because of the dis- tecture major Mike Spletzer, who let the WSU form because
system, both for blacks and for ruption protesters caused. also has registered the group with banning it would be a violation of
said.More than 60 protesters showedup whites,"he said."But not all people "Let us form and write a consti- the National Association for the the U.S. Constitution.
Tuesday at the first meeting of who have benefited are incompetent. tution, and then we can debate on Advancement of White People. "Temple University is legally
a student group that calls itself the ." the issues,"Wright says.He added Spletzer,who is graduating this bound to uphold the Constitu-
white student union. The group He added that the group has a that he could hold a secret meetingto semester,wouldn't say how many tion"Liacouras stated. "This duty
has caused much controversy on right to form but that he thinks the write one but didn't want to do members are in his organization includes protecting the rights of I
campus because of its views on group knows nothing about Affir- that for fear the group would be because it is"confidential."But he all persons to freedom of speech
whites' rights and its stance mative Action. labeled racist. added that several other colleges and association."No .

against Affirmative Action. Robinson said the group wantsto To be registered as a club and I have unofficial white student group will remain regissee -
UF engineering junior Mark talk about reverse discrimination unions, and so do area high
see Robinson, page 10SUZETTE Temple, page 10
Wright said he wants to form the but they don't want to talk schools.


Lombardiaids Women cautiousin



search wake of rapeBy

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PAIGE EWALDSEN

for provostBy t. Alligator Writer

One week after a 19-year-old UF student was abductedand
raped women are changing the way they walk, the
RONALD DUPONT JR.
way they talk and the way they go to class."I .
Alligator Writer must have had 15 calls a day of someone asking where
UFs next second-in-command needsto they can buy Mace," Gainesville police officer Pati Howell
have management experience,be ableto
prepare quality budgets and realize said.Freshman Jennifer Hines, 18, stopped jogging on cam-
that conflict is a good thing, President- pus in the evenings and joined a health club.
elect John Lombardi! said Thursday at a "It is sad to say that we have lost our freedom, but our
campus meeting.In lives are more important," Hines said.
his first appearance before UFs Panhellenic Council President Joy Taylor discussed
Provost Search Committee, Lombardi! 140 lighting problems and safety precautions Wednesday with
spoke frankly and fervently about the administrators and UF police officers.

, vacant provost position, often lightly Sorority houses will be made more visible by replacingold
pounding his fist on the table to empha- lights and trimming shrubs that border windows and

size a point. doorways,Taylor said.
Picking a provost-who is academic Self-defense programs also will begin in sororities this
affairs vice president and second to the semester to help prevent further violence Taylor said.
president is not simple, he said. "This makes me examine my behavior, and at the same
"You're really going to have to workto time this makes me realize that this could happen to any
get the right person." of usand we need to become more aware of our personal
He told committee members to "twist safety," third-year law student Karen Nissan said.
the arms"of people they think are good
She said many law students who live alone are now
candidates.And if a good candidate does calling the Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol when they
not want to apply for the position, then walk home late at night.
Lombardi will call that person, he said. Junior Lisa Sterits said she and friends in her sororityare
"You all should be out canvassing for taking more responsibility for each other's safety.
be candidates he .,
people who should "Everyone is keeping tabs on each other 24 hours a day,
told committee members. "I think you .- whereas two weeks ago no one would have thought to
have to be pro-active" ,take charge of your -,<- :: question where I was going when I walked out the front
own destiny. doors," Sterits said. "It is kind of like a buddy system."
UF already has received 70 applica- Tunnel-boarding COOK-ALLIGATOR SNAP busier than ever,UFpolice spokeswoman Angie
tions for the 'position, which will pay Tipton said. Escorts have assignments from the time the
about $100,000 annually. But the com- Eight-year-old Will Munroe takes a shortcut under Bledsoe Drive
service to the time it closes."It .
mittee decided to extend the original Thursday afternoon at Maguire Village while his sister Jenny, opens
is unfortunate that we don't live in an ideal worldsee
December 1989 deadline to Feb.28 after 11, right, and friend Denny Murphy, 10, look on.
Aware. page 11
see Provost, page 11

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Pledges stripped nude during dance to Student Judicial Affairs, Tipton said. .

Guests at a Chi Phi fraternity party early Sunday U Hitchhiker robbed at gunpointA C

morning wanted to see more of two pledges dancingin shopper's trip to the grocery store took a wrong ar93.Q
bow ties and shorts- so they tore off the pledges' turn Monday night when two men he hitchhiked a

clothes, UF police said. ride from pointed guns at him and took his money,

Scott Silverstein and Evan Slatkin, both 19, were Gainesville police said. t The Best Bar-BQ In The World
caught shortly before 1 a.m. running nude to a A 34-year-old Gainesville man got a ride between
friend's pickup truck parked in front of the house, 10:30: and 10:45: p.m. to Albertson's grocery store, Sunday Monday Special

police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. 2323 NW 13th St., with three men riding in a blue
All The Chicken You Can Eat
Both men said they were looking for spare clothesto sedan, police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. t
wear because unknown crowd members tore them After buying groceries, he was returned to $3.99MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM.
off{during their dance routine. Northwest Fifth Avenue where two of the men took

"They told police that they had been part of a dance out handguns and demanded his money. The men let s
routine which was a type of initiation to get into the him go, but threatened to kill him if he called the
fraternity,Tipton said. police. They also kept the groceries, Darnell said. i
No arrests were made, but both men were referred -MIKE BRUSCELL


. WHAT'S HAPPENING .


lt'. a Jungle: Recent graduateswill Welcome mat: The Caribbean original poetry tonight at 8 at the
speak on "surviving the corporate Student Association will have a wel- Thomas Center.Admission is$3 per F0d0&atDaUVUWUVr
jungle" at the Women and come back party Jan. 20 at 10 p.m. person, $5 per couple. _
Minorities' Forum Jan. 22 at 4 p.m. Call Ann Marie Henry, 3783871. Earth conscious: The Group For
in the Reitz Union Auditorium. Call NAACP:The Gator Chapter the Responsible Interaction With The 0
392-1601 for information. NAACP will meet Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. in Planet will meet tonight at 6 on the Owners
Sing and dance:Auditions for the the Reitz Union, Rooms 346 and 347. Reitz Union first floor. Call 3767961. _
musical Murat Sade will be held at Officer elections will be held. Call Dark continent: Dan Oten-
the Acrosstown Repertory Theatre 392-9456 for information.Kick mueller will present tales and fablesof U
tonight at 7:30: and Sunday at 4:30.: It: Women's Soccer Club sub-Saharan Africa at 4:30: today in re Get Your
Call 373-1515 for information. practices today at 5 at Maguire Field. the African Studies Center, Grinter
Movers: The Transfer Activities Call Sue, 336-8115, for information. Hall, fourth floor. Students for I
Council will have Happy Hour at the Q is 10 points: The Gainesville African Studies Association will also Bear's o
Orange & Brew, followed by a welcoming Scrabble Club will meet Jan. 22 at 7 meet to plan upcoming events. 0O *
party tonight at 7. Call 392- p.m. at Books in Gator Plaza, 114 Don't run away: Wekiwa Springs I
9257 for information. NW 13 SL Players should bring $1 State Park and Save Our American

Break more than rules: The Is- for refreshments and other expenses. Raptors are sponsoring a cross I Share oV
shinryu Karate Club will meet at the Call 374-4241 or 375-3558. country run Jan.20 at 8:30: a.m.at the
Women's Gym today at 4:30.: Membership Originals: Members of the park. Call Laura DeWald or Bruce 5 5I I
is free. Call Jeff at 332-0209. Gainesville Poetry Society will read Connery, 8893140.


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I Presidential candidates support two-day elections IByJUDYA.PLUNKETT

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date Michael Browne first said he lowest voter turnout in UF historyat proposed a compromise that: would
The task of changing election
opposed two-day elections be- the time. But a year and a half have election officials hire fewer
Alligator Staff Writer rules falls on student senators,but
cause the number of students who before elections were cut to one poll workers for one of the two
SG law states must act before
Students who vote in next might vote on the second day were day, 6,385 students voted in the days. The compromise would give they
month's Student Government elec- not worth the cost of running elec- 1986 spring presidential election. students more time to vote, but Wednesday.

tion may have only 12 hours to tions an extra day. Since the change in voting days, wouldn't cost SG the full price of Because in the law
changes
crowd the polls, but future elec- But Browne changed his mind turnouts for the 1988 and 1989 an election day.Elections .
must through several readings,
tions could span two days. later the same day, saying he had presidential elections have ranged Supervisor Tim Crowley go said senators probably

Although the possibility of reviv- discussed the Issue with party between 5,600 and 5,900 students. Crowley estimated last semester's won't be able to reinstate two-day

ing two-day elections has come up members, and Vision's official Today party presidential candi- election cost almost $3,000 for the elections in time for next month'srace.
often since it was discontinued in stance would be to favor extended date Juan Vitali pointed out that one day. He said he didn't think .
the summer of 1987, SG leaders elections."If some students take classes only hiring fewer poll workers would bea

usually disagree on the issue. But it will bring some people who two days a week and miss the solution because students tendto Student Sen. Charlie Giapski

both of the candidates vying for are not traditionally involved in the election or find long lines when vote during rush hours, such as said he will try to introduce the
SG's top spot this year say they process,then it's worth it,"Browne they try to vote. lunchtime.He added that students' election issue at Tuesday night's

believe elections should be ex- "The whole point is accessibilityand voting habits wouldn't change, Senate meeting, but said he expects
tended to allow as many studentsas said.The last two-day election was in availability," Vitali said. even with a two-day election."I much debate and gives the

possible to vote. spring 1987, a one-party election Browne said he is still con- think it'll be just as thick both idea only a 20 percent chance of
Vision party presidential candi- that drew 2,954 students the cerned about the extra cost, but days," Crowley said. passing.

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Stern against A&S fee increasesBy Police search for clues


more outside corporate sponsorship of activities so I
M.D. CUMELLA
Alllgtor Writer students don't have to cover as much of the cost, in UF graduate's murderGainesville
he said.
r Senior finance major David Stern announced The more local businesses we can get involved police are still inves- Darnell said."We're .

Thursday he will run for student body in student programming, the less money tigating the Wednesday murder of relying on the witness
treasurer with the Vision party,saying his students will have to pay for programs," UF graduate Ronald Worth Willis, descriptions," Darnell said. "We're
top priority would be to stop the yearly Stern said.Michael. spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell just trying to fine-tune that right
\ Activity and Service Fee increases. SG Browne, Vision's presidential said. now."

The A&S fee is way out of line com- candidate, said Stern's experience makes
Willis, a Pi Kappa frater- with information about
pared to the other fees students pay,"" said spring elections him the best choice for treasurer. Alpha Anyone
nity member, was shot in the face the murder is asked to call Detective
Stern, a former Activity and Service Fee "David Stern is without a doubt the most
1990 shortly after 2 a.m. on Northwest Chuck Jempson at 3742400.Pi .
Advisory Committee coordinator. qualified person for that position,"Browne First Avenue during an argument
The A&S fee is a mandatory $4.60 said. behind his fraternity house. A Kappa Alpha held a private
students pay for each credit hour they friend drove him to Alachua Gen- memorial service Thursday night at I
take. A student taking 15 credit hours will $69 St. Catholic Church.
pay Stern is not new to Student Government finances. eral Hospital where he died Augustine
in A&S fees per semester. Willis' funeral will be held in Or-
Police
While ASFAC coordinator, he drafted SG's $4.3 Wednesday morning. are
The past few administrations raised the fee withmillion budget. He was first elected to Student looking for the unknown gunman, mond Beach, fraternity presidentJim
out working hard enough to avoid increases, Stern Senate in spring 1988,has served on five committeessaid. described only as a 6-feet-tall black O'Leary said.

The cabinet should help student groups find and was elected outstanding senator of 1988. male driving a dark-colored car, MIKE BRUSCELL



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defendants acquittedLOS

ANGELES (UPI) The jury hearing the In the hallway outside, where parents of children Saturdayanuary 2d :oo pm
nation's longest criminal trial, the McMartin Pre- who had attended the school had gathered,there were 4ToConnell: Center
School child molestation case, declared in a stunning more tears as disbelieving mothers and fathers ,
verdict Thursday that the two defendants were in- clutched at each other for support. .STUDENTS: PHOwNE;HOME
nocent of all 52 charges remaining against them. "I'm very distraught," said parent Alan Lagunoff. "I I T 100 registerere '.*-* .
Raymond Buckey, 31, and his mother, Peggy Mc- think we'll see that all of us are distraught. I don't Jgrst 1 eive' .,
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Martin Buckey,63,were found innocent of the chargesby know what this is going to do to my son (who was 2 free; '3jninute! (_ vlthl l :4"
.i Superior Court jury of eight men and four women years old when he attended the school). It's going to
thai deliberated 36 days after sitting through the be very detrimental." continental .
nearly three-year trial. "I think the jury's wrong," Lagunoff said, blamingthe : FREE ADMISSIOtl .
Kay Buckey was charged with one count of con- prosecution. "So many mistakes were made in this "
spiracy and 51 counts of child molestation. His motherwas case."
charged with the same count of conspiracy and Two of the children the Buckeys were alleged to ALL
\> -hild molestation counts.An have molested were those of John Cioffi, who also m3ATORsBASKETB
audible gasp arose in the courtroom when the blamed the prosecution for the verdicts. "Youth, League Night""
verdict was read. l Raymond Buckey wept openly and Cioffi said the "bottom line" was that the court
was led out of the courtroom through a back door. system discounts the testimony of children. SEE YOURyMFAVOF3ITL: 14At PINTS"
Peggy McMartin Buckey listened stoically. Jurors Wednesday told Superior Court Judge Wil- BATTLE'mOClBMHALFTIMElGATO
Several of the jurors said they believed some of the liam Pounders they were deadlocked on 13 of the 65 ,
children were molested but that the prosecution never counts against the Buckeys, including the conspiracy
seemed able to prove its case.'I charge. Pounder Thursday declared a mistrial on .. |iysMISSISSIBRhST: ftTE
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believe that some of the children may have been those 13 counts.
molested, but proving it was kind of shaky," said juror The verdicts capped a 33-month trial, the longest Saturday, January 2d 7:30: pm
Darryl Hutchins. criminal trial in U.S. history and perhaps the world. O'Connell Center


. 7 more die in South African strikes I FREE ADMISSIONSALESPERSON

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) Seven Africa Transport Services official said.
more people died in clashes between striking and Most of the 80,000 black workers employed by
non-striking rail workers, police reported Thursday, SATS earn the minimum wage of$233 per month and
and management and union officials agreed to inde- are employed on a temporary basis, allowing them to
pendent mediation to end the increasingly violent be fired at any time, according to the South African
11-week-old pay dispute. Railway and Harbors Workers Union.
The casualties pushed to 35 the number of strike- The union has demanded a minimum wage of$584 OF THE MONTH
related deaths since the walkout began Nov. 2. and secure contracts for its members.
Five men were hacked and stabbed to death and SATS, which has sacked about 23,000 striking
two more shot and killed since Tuesday in scattered workers, used the strike as a pretext to reduce its staff
strike-related incidents in black townships east of prior to privatization of the company, the union said.
Cape Town, an official police report on the strike said. Officials say the fate of the dismissed workers is a
After talks lasting 1 1/2 hours Thursday, both central issue in resolving the conflict.
parties agreed to mediation to end the strike, a South

. Leaders react cautiously to cartel's offerBOGOTA I

Colombia (UPI) The administrationof judges."
President Virgilio Barco reacted cautiously He also said "it is not the fault of the government"that
Thursday to a conditional surrender of a warring leading traffickers were wanted in the United
cocaine cartel, calling on the drug traffickers to turn States, a signal the government would continue ex-
themselves in to face justice. traditions to the United States.
Interior Minister Carlos Lemos also hinted extradi- The extraditions are the main point of contentionwith
tion to the United States would continue despite the the drug cartels and led to the formation of The
surrender message Wednesday from a hit squad Extraditables.The .
linked to the powerful Medellin Cartel. Bogota newspaper Tiempo called Thursdayfor
The Extraditables, the group authorities say does "prudence and optimism"The
the violent bidding of the Medellin Cartel, announced cartel surrender statement was turned over bya
Wednesday the government had won the cocaine war kidnap victim, Patricia Echavarria,who was released
and offered to halt its terrorist campaign of assassina- Wednesday with her young daughter.The Kachelle Painter
tions,bombings and kidnappings as well as its cocaine note was signed by The Extraditables, the
trafficking in return for "constitutional and legal self-named group that launched a bloody terrorist
guarantees." campaign last August after the government reinstatedits Kachelle Painter is the Salesperson of the
"They must complete that which they have extradition treaty with the United States.
declared," Lemos told reporters. "We have to see if "We turn to the legal system with the hope of Month in the Advertising Department of
they suspend'the shipments to the United States. We obtaining from the government and society, respectfor The Florida She
have to wait to see if they submit themselves to our rights and the reintegration of our families into Independant Alligator.
Colombian laws, turning themselves over to the the community," the note said. has worked at The Alligator for over one

year first as and intern, and then as an
. D.C. arrested in narcotics II
mayor sting Account Executive. Kachelle has excelledin
WASHINGTON (UPI) Mayor Marion Barry, who police and federal agents all nIght. the
has repeatedly denied allegations of drug use, was WUSA-TV, quoting unidentified sources, reportedthat area of sales and overall job
arrested Thursday night on narcotics charges,the U.S. Barry apparently had been caught in an under performance. Congratulations on a job
Attorney's office said.A cover sting, of which he was not the target, on the
statement issued by U.S. Attorney Jay Stephenssaid seventh floor of the hotel.! well done.
Barry was arrested "shortly after 8 pm tonight The seventh floor of the Vista was cordoned off by
(Thursday) at a downtown Washington hotel.! law enforcement officials, and two plainclothes law
Barry's arrest "was the result of an undercover enforcement agents could be seen leaving that floor,
operation conducted by the FBI and the Internal each carrying a plastic bag of what appeared to be
Affairs Division of the Metropolitan Police Depart- evidence.
ment," the statement said. There have been many allegations that Barry has
Barry was expected to be arraigned before a U.S. used drugs. The most startling came from convicted Bad
Magistrate in federal district court on Friday. drug dealer Charles Lewis, whom Barry once calleda Business,Frustration? !
The statement did not say at what hotel Barry had friend. At a sentencing hearing two months ago, e Advertise In Independent/ Florida AKgator..i\'
been arrested, but reports over local television and Lewis said Barry took crack cocaine with him at the I
radio identified it as the Vista International Hotel in Ramada Inn in downtown Washington. 376-4482
downtown Washington. The hotel was filled with Barry. has denied this and other allegations.
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I Impressions of Panama :,, .q.. "J. ,Iw j i


UF seniors Evaristo Choy and Agus- ,-
tin Olmos went home to Panama over
the winter break, seeing and feeling
things they never had before. The follow-
ing are their words.
The first impression was to see
dark parachutes sprawled over con
tainers near the airport. Camouflaged''' ':

helicopters,jets, and armored jeeps
moved through the area.

v The airport was a designated ',
military zone, meaning the public J '
could not pick up passengers so a bu\. 1,
had to drop us off in the outskirts of ."
town. During the ride, we saw sol- > t
diers checking cars for weapons, <..,
week-old garbage scattered on the '
road and houses either shredded with
bullet holes or blackened by fire. "
Even with the foreign occupation of(;
our country, most Panamanians were
content with the U.S. presence. For example
civilians continuously drove by:,'''
Noriega's house and took pictures of
themselves with the soldiers. It was
common to see Marines surrounded
q'r I by curious children. Some even
played soccer in full fatigues.
Besides the heavy American
presence, the other major change
were all the sacked businesses due to'N'
\ the first days of battle when looting
I
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was rampant. Neighborhoods were
J I I
forced to construct barricades built of \v

rocks, boards, trees and anything U,
\ people could move trying to deter I Il'
'I looters from private homes.
\ The days were generally uneventful
l'
It j since an official curfew was in order.
The turning point came on Jan. 3
when, after a three-hour mass con-
centration of civilians in front of the
," convinced heW
J Nuncio, Noriega was
11 I\II" : r| had no future in Panama.

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\ Vatican Embassy, instantaneous
Photos B/Evaristo Choy an
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Above: Two U.S. Marines guard the entrance of Noriega's N64-NagMAMA curfew was completely forgotten, as
and Americans cheered
i seized home. Right: A sign hanging on the wall of a downtown VRIQ25 Panamanians ,
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danced and drank in the streets until
Panama Defense Force Station Is filled with bullet holes. A "ERSAn'':. early hours of the morning. -

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a year, a dramatic change occurred in
Martyr's Day of January/Not one step back. Below right: tit! PASO AIR: I Panama. This change can be labeledas

Many of the Panamanians living In the ghetto Chorrlllo lost their Cy. an aggression of American Imperialism
or as the action of a libera-
homes as a result of the bombings. Below: The Comandancla, tion army. But politics aside, the

the central headquarter for the Panama Defense Force, was '" y""J"'Ir'r" bottom line is that now we have the
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OPINIONSIt

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would be easy to slam the scumbags who hurt
people this week including the real dirtbag who killed

Ronald Willis. Like the university, our hearts go out to
Willis' family and friends. Unfortunately, we can't change I
what happened. But there are some things we can
change. With that in mind, here another week's worth of


Darts & laurelsDART


to the person or group who hung the sign
saying "Boom boom in this room tonight" on the door to
the white student union meeting Tuesday night. The note

was intended as a bomb threat and while we don't sup-

port the group in any way, actions like that just convince
group members their ideas are really worth listening to.

LAUREL to the student senators who fought for Cam-

pus Organized Against Rape's $3,000 request for COAR
Week. including senators Charlie Grapski and Ross

Bilbrey. And a DART to the rest of Senate for fighting

against the money. We always say senators should put
politics aside and think more about the students and,

quite frankly, we heard some things that surprised us. Show your love volunteer todayMeet

"If we can spend more money sending people to go ,
march and have fun, then there is no reason we shouldn't "Johnny." Johnny is 18 years old. He has i
fund this," liberal arts and sciences Sen. Bilbrey said light brown hair and a light complexion. Often, when > Larry A. Strauss
during debate. "If this $3,000 saves a woman's life, then he is not in bed, he sits in his padded wheelchair A
staring into the distance. He recognizes when some- CRY FOR HELP
it's the best the Senate has
ever spent.
money is him he
one near but does not otherwise acknow-
Remember Bilbrey he may be running in Student ledge their presence.He Nothing to you.
Government elections Feb. 14. can't. All he can do is sit quietly, drooling on There are other TV shows, other times to go to
LAUREL to the women of COAR and Campus NOW himself. And smiling. He almost always is smiling. the mall and other parties. But to these people and
Johnny was in a bad car accident a while ago.Since people like them, your time could mean a great deal.
for hard
fighting to keep special health
so separate care
then he's been
more or less a vegetable. The polite
Just think how you'd feel if because you were old,
for women at the Infirmary. Every woman on "
campus phrase used by medical workers is"nobody's home. disabled or just "not home" you were abandoned by
owes you a big thanks. And LAUREL to Infirmary Direc- There's also "Mr. Jones." He's a terrific man to be friends, family and even society to spend the rest of
tor Boyd Kellett for agreeing to the plan. We hope he around. He always has a smile on his face, a kind your days alone in a place filled with nothing but
really thinks it's necessary and didn't just agree becauseof word to speak and a good story to tell. He suffered a others like you.

the publicity the women got by going to Tallahasseelast confined stroke -to though a wheelchair.you'd never know it and is Most not all of these people are abandoned.
weekend. The only contact they have, if any, is the occasional
There are many more Johnnys and Mr. Jones. I
And a STANDING DART to Physical Plant employeesfor can tell you about those that babble all day scream phone call, letter or small present on holidays.It's .
driving and parking their pick ups on the out, drool, cry for no reason, eat cigarette butts and time we rescued them.I .
SIDEWALKS. We're watching candy still in the wrapper. But I won't. I challenge all UF students and citizens of Alachua
you. County to choose a cause and volunteer. Whether it's
Instead I'm going to tell you how you can help
them and others like them. with the homeless, seniors, kids or abused
They're known by many names. Old farts, invalids, housewives, I guarantee you can make a difference.It .
In of idiots, the walking wounded, the "nobody's home" will probably be the most rewarding job of your
memory people the list is endless. You get the point. life.Are
They range in age,shape, race,mental awareness, you up to the challenge? Call your favorite
physical ability and appearance.All have one thing in cause or the volunteer center at 332-5033.
Ronald WillisWe common, though, they need you. Don't put off for tomorrow what can make a difference
They need you to talk to, to play with,to hold hands today. You have tomorrow. Many others out
with, to stare at, to drool on and cry on. They need there don't. Get out and show the world and
want to say how sorry we are to the friends and your help and they need it desperately. yourself that you care. Get out and make a dif
family of Ronald Worth Willis. Willis had just graduatedin What's one less hour or two of TV a week? Or one ference. Please.
December and had a temporary job lined up in Orlan- less trip to the mall? Or even one less night of going Larry A. Strauss is a journalism junior and a
do when he came back to Gainesville to see some friends out with friends? VOLUNTEER.the
-
and pack up the rest of his stuff. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR-. I

We don't know what words were exchanged on that

street at 2 in the morning but it certainly couldn't have UF rape is not society product that has of a sick society a White union hasa
forgotten that the
been worth Willis' life. This senseless, unexplainable act fundamental
values
of human
is reminder to all of us that we don't live in a vacuum.If just another crimeEditor istence are to "love thy neighboras ex- right to form

somebody strange approaches you in the street, just : I read about the sorority thyself' and to do unto othersas
walk away. You never know what they'll pull out from student's rape in the paper. The inci- you would have them do unto Editor: In response to the Alligator"
under their shirt. dent occurred too close to all of us you." editorial, "Wright is wrong, the
to be callously ignored as just another I wish I could do something that basic question we need to ask is
news item. would make her forget that this whether students have the right to
To the extent that we all belongto ever happened. But I cannot form a White Student Union in com-
alligatorManaging pliance with UP rules.I .
EditorLucy' this university, she is my sister, All I can do is to do my share in
Chabot and I grieve for her. healing society try to live up to I believe yes.
At the same time I ask WHY this those two eternal values of ours.
Editor Opinions Editor had to happen. Why does an act of But in the meantime The editorial said, referring to
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton violent aggression,that lasted a few share the grief of our friend we must and us,"They need to be stopped...".
minutes have to be committed that others like her who
have ?
been How
Letters Policy vic- are you going to stop us
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8 by.10 page). They should be would leave the victim shaken and tims of a society for whose make-up You will have to violate the Con-
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone scarred for the rest of her life? we all are responsible. stitution of the United States.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. If you have any questions call Was this man born a rapist? No, .
the editorial' page editor at 376-4458 Chetan D. Parikh Mark Wright
I don't think so. He must have been
9EQ White Student Union organizer



I
FRIDAY,JANUARY 19.1990,ALLIGATOR,7


I Fee increase predictedBY I Condom sales start next month I IBy

JOHN F. BERRY budget cuts than other Florida only to be turned down and told bathroom ma-
schools said. GEOFF BOUCHER
Kirkpatrick
Alligator Writer chines would go unused.
"If the State University System Alligator Staff Writer But administrators changed their minds last
'! UF students will face another budget is over a billion\ dollars,and UF administrators are hoping students' sex lives month after a poll revealed 85 percent of students
tuition increase this fall if the
state we are required to make an across will get a little safer after the installation of condom were sexually active and only 20 percent used con-
fails to find the money it needs for the board 10percent() budget cut, machines in campus bathrooms next month. doms."I .
education, said Sen. George Kirk- that is $100 million," he said. About 25 machines, dispensing Prime lubricated have become convinced that this is such a
Patrick, D-Gainesville.
James L. Terhune, associate condoms for 50 cents, will be hung on bathroom serious disease that whatever we can do, even if it's
Kirkpatrick told the Alachua dean in the College of Journalismand walls in dorms,the Reitz Union and the J.Hillis Miller\ more symbolic than anything else, is worthwhile,"
County League of Women Voters Telecommunications, said Health Center,said Otis Jones,administrative affairs said Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen.
Wednesday that he has "no doubt budget cuts may limit the numberof assistant vice president. Condoms are sold at the Infirmary,campus book
tuition will be raised next year" to sections open to students and Jones said themachines and condoms have been shops and in campus convenience stores. But Jones
meet the state's constitutional re- delay their graduation."I'd ordered and his office anticipates a Feb. 15 installa- said bathroom availability might help shy students.
quirements for a balanced budget. tion. UF Health Educator Joanne Auth,a member of "Sales really haven't been that high at the campus
Interim Provost Gene Hemp be stupid to say we" operateon UFs AIDS and HIV Infection Task Force, said the places, but hopefully the privacy of using the ma-
grandiose budget, he said.
a
.I said the Board of Regents will propose The cuts would hamper faculty dispensers will be a strong reminder to students to chine will make(students) more comfortable,"Jones
about a 15-percent tuition increase think about sexually transmitted diseases. said.
searches and reduce the
to the state legislature to money also said UF won't make much off
available for assistantsand "The education subcommittee of the task force is Jones money
help compensate for a projected 10 teaching working on a message to put on the machines, or the deal, which is contracted through the campus
percent cut in the State University new equipmentKirkpatrick maybe a series of messages in the same vein of the all-purpose vendor, Wometco.
System budget. said he will try to Surgeon General's warnings on cigarettes," Auth "We're just trying to get geared to get them in,"
In-state undergraduates taking protect UF from the budget ax, said."Each time they see the machine,whether they Jones said. "We won't be getting more than five
15 credit hours will pay about$56 because Alachua County "would buy (a condom) or not, they'll be reminded to be percent back.There's not a lot of money to be made."
more each semester. Despite the die without it." cautious." The machines are white and narrow, with one
hike, Hemp said Florida ranks be- UF, the largest university in UF started the project after a recommendationfrom dispenser column of condoms. Auth said the con
hind only Texas and California in Florida with an enrollment of the task force in November.The task force had doms will be lubricated with a spermicide, an extra
providing low-cost education. 34,200, draws $1 million from the made the same recommendation to administratorstwice contraceptive safeguard which some scientists believe
UF will be hit harder by the state government each day. before in October 1987 and October 1988 helps prevent sexually transmitted diseases.
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I Expose to perform at the UnionBy I t InterviewSuit Sale



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Expos, the Miami-based pop 40%
group will perform in the l Kelt/
Union Rion Ballroom Feb. 15.
OFF
""We are expecting a good early

response," Student Government Entire Stock
Productions chairman Raul Mateu
said. "We can only sell 900 tickets M F.
1 1I
because it is in the ballroom."
Tickets go on sale Monday at I Choose from

the University Box Office and cost I
S9 for students, who must bring a over 200
lee card and picture ID, and $15
lor the general public, plus a $1 l I
service charge. Students can buyan Shop early for
unlimited amount of tickets as I
long as they bring a fee card anda best selection.
picture ID for each one, Mateu = soon
.b.
;g as
saidThe
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copies and includes the songs
"Season's Change," "Point Of No J. Paul Clothiers
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'lei Me Be The One." Expos members from left Ann Curless, Gioia and Jeanette Jurado.
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Their current album,"What You Curless,Gioia and Jeanette Jurado. Miami nightclub. Jurado began
Don't Know," also has done well. Curless began her singing careerin singing in her high school choir in Up Front Creekside Mall 378-9389
That album includes a song by the high school and graduated from east Los Angeles.The .
same name, "When I looked At the University of Miami with a group was formed in 1985
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I 19,1990.ALLIGATOR. 9


RESUMES Damage shows after m

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NIZATIONS: I LETTERS COVER holiday- cold front

ken pipes must be repaired before
By TINA TESSIER
The Space Committee of the J.Wayne Reitz Union Same Day & Next Day Alligator Writer irrigation systems can return to

Board of Managers is accepting applications for office Many Styles/Fonts/ normal operation.
N"" space in the J. Wayne Reitz Union. Any registered Landscape damage due to freezing Workers have spent more than
student organization wishing to apply for office space ,1 Special: Resume Classes December temperatures is just 150 hours repairing them and have
T should pick up an application for space in room 315 of the beginning to reveal itself, UF used more than $1,306 in materials
Reitz Union and submit it to room 315 no later than Jan 20th grounds keeping supervisor Paul he said.

4:00pm: Friday. January 26.1990. Call for detailscome Malcolm said. Filling voids in the landscapewill
Members of the space committee are: Veronica "It is hard to say when the landscape cost much more, Malcolmsaid.
O Smith (Committee Chair). Glenna Thornton (Board of :!.: :J will be back to normal,"Mal .
Managers Chair), Wade Ricketson Jason Rosenberg, colm said."Most cleanup work has
N Heather Stein, Dr.Joe Regna and Dr. Vivian Correa. 17 & Univ. Below Copper Monkey already begun on the obvious dam- "We knew the temperatureswere
going to be low and did take
PC Lab, UF Plaza 372-6500 age.
precautions in order to save
some
Workers raked leaves and broken
what we could,"Malcolm said. "All
limbs right away,"but pruningand
the irrigation on
pumps campus
is wait-and-see
replanting a
were turned off to prevent ice from
problem, he said. "
forming on the plants.
Damage is visible throughout
campus, Malcolm said. Various Robert J. Black, a plant pathologist
bushes and trees at the Institute of Food and
plants, grass
were harmed when the temperature Agricultural Sciences, said Physical -

Befoieyou buy atypewriterit Fronds dipped on below palm freezing.trees plantednear little Plant else.workers could have done

the journalism building and "The only thing they could have
Reitz Union have dried, but Mal- done to protect the landscape
do l omeworl colm said he wouldn't know the full plants was to individually cover
pays to your extent of damage until spring, each plant-and with the temper-
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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN. FOR RENT: UNFURN.Sublet MOBILE HOMES:


1 FURNISHEDNew Arlington Square Apts. for the serious INCREDIBLE 1bdr Ibath unfurnished till Aug. 3 FOR RENT/SALE
student or professional, n.xtto the Hippo Efficiency Apt. $230/mo/ negot. Walk to campus. 1600 NW

(urn. 2br, 2ba condo, walh/dryaecu. drome, 1 1bdr from $365 2bdr from $500, Starting at $195 M Bedroom 4th Ave 82. Ph. 3772533. 1-19-3-2 Near UF lots for rent, long term RVs

rity locks pool, tennis, racquet ball, uptown living...downtownl! 3789682. 1- Starting at $23512/ Bedroom $140/mo. Nice MH rentals, resales, 378-
In SW
3bd/1 1/2 ba townhouse area.
$475/mo. Call collect 407.876.4207. 1- 3117.2 CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 9291 Arredondo Farm Mobile Home
$475/mo + first, last and security Av.iIFab
2410.1 110 NW 39th Ave. Park. ,.,11.11-3
Colonial Oaks 2bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse, 378-3988 1, prefer' 1yr lease. 3324567.12452 -

Right across from Tigert: 2rm, (turn, pool, $325, wash/dry hook-up, dishwasher, 375-3861 1984 Skyline 2bd/2ba 14 x 60 Must I",
till June. Only l88/mon. (water incl.) close to UF, 4221-A SW 21 PI. 3783133. 43070.2 many extras. $8500 obo. Local 481.2730
314 NW 14th St, 2bdr/1ba, 3blks from UF,
Gnvle Garden Twnhse. Ph. 376-4889 or 1-31-17-2 or 392.7118 ask for Susan. 1 1.25.5.3SUBLEASE
John Merrllline. 372-
$285/mo. Century 21
3782208. 1195.1 1/2 MONTH RENT FREE
Large 4bdrm house, carport, fenced yard, 1bdr.................$235 1495. 11922.
(14S/mo./ util! Incl. 3blks to UF. Private c.ntralc, $395. 237 SW 4 Ave. 372- 2bdr.................$295 :
UF. Car
Large 4bed/2bath home close to
(( 6172. 1-31-17-2 furnished, add $75. 3711410.
entrance single rm. .11. cntrl. ht. cooking.
1-30-10-2 port, big yard, bb-court. xtra large rec. 4 HOUSE/APT.
parking, upperclass or grad. 372-1862
3751728. 1.22.5.1 Block from UF,Large Rooms utilities paid. room w/glant fireplace. $650 per mo. short

Cox Cable, nice. Call Greg 376-3291 3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF. 201 NW lease 378.2018. 1-19-2-2 Apt. avail.-own bdr/ba Incl wash/dry,
turn unfurn close UF 150.225mo rent. 126112Bicycle 10th St. Wood floors, Cent. Ht/Air, Carport Jan Feb
Efficiency, or to ,one Lrg 1 bedroom apt in Hawaiin Village. Jan. Lakewood Villas, $240/mo./ +
person, no pets, quiet private, patio, tree Office: 411 NW 15th St. 3710769. and July free. Normal' rent/$3lO/month. dep free. Call or 373-4129 ask for Dylan.
cable TV, $225/mo. plus utilities. Call 378- Club 1-23-5-2 1-25-10-4
2018. Move In Spacl.1.oup' Need $250 for sec. depo you get lease,

on ue WALK TO UFII lbdr/2ba & Studios from: Call 336-0019.. message. 1-19-2-2 Sublet ibd rm, new carpet/refrg' unfurnished -

WINDMEADOWSOWN 2br/2ba $210 Very Nice, Must See. Also Rmmts Apt for r.nllak. over lease $235 (Reg $280)) & furnished $285
BEDROOM $205 great roommate floor plan Neededl College Park Properties 411 NW 1 br Plnerush Apia (Reg $330)) a mo. 2nd floor. Ph 3753305.
335.1693 great amenities 15th St. 3710769. 1-23-5-2 1-19-5-4
oil for details 377.2220 Will pay 1/2 deposit
1.19.3.1 Ph 335-31116Ieav.
One bedroom apt.to sublease avail immediately msg. Sublet Spyglass Apt. A-2 3bdr/3ba.

Rockwood Villas. M/F wanted Own 2BR.1/2 ml.HOUSE to CAMPUS, 1 BATH, $500/mo, GARAGE., 375.2184.ETC., ,$295 mo. Call Peter or Meredith at A spacious 2000 sq ft, 3 or 4 bdr 2ba, pool Wash/dry, Micro, all amenities. $672mo.Call .
room/bath, fully furnished, wash/dry. 1.19.52Incredlbl. 372-8240 please leave message. 1-23-5- house 1 1/2 ml. west of UF, 2816 W Univ. 3736300. After Slim 3352100. 1-
$250/mo. Cathy 3359499. 1.23.5.1 2 Ave.$625/mo.Appt. only 374-5340 or 376- 19-5-4

., 3bd/2ba apt. In Three Oaks, 6183.' 1-25-5-2
2 minute walk to campus, ibdrm ibath WIND MEADOWS APTS. Pinetree Gardens sublease own
2 old, 4 blocks to UF. Only
(turn apt., $250/mo/ neg., Jan 20-May 7. only yrs. 1,2 ft. 3 Bedroom WASHER/DRYER/ INCL. room/bath/ mlcro/tv./ $167 & 1/3 util. Call
$645/mo./ Call 378-1655 anytime for de-
1100 SW 8th Ave. 3757339. 1225.1 Pool,Tennis, Laundry 2 BEDROOM/2/ BATH Chuck 336.72871ve message. 1-19-5-4
tails. 1-19-5-2 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 3 BEDROOM/3/ BATH

WALK TO UFI Furnished Room, Share MANOR Sublet ibdr apt., furn/unfurn. thru Aug
SPACIOUSONE OXFORD
kit/baths/ ch/ac prefer 2 grad students, BEDROOM APT. WILLIAM3BURQ APTS. walk to UF pool$265/mo +dep. 1518 NW
$240 Includes utilities! 376-6652, 378- AVAILABLE NOWIII!!! 377.2776 4th Ave. Call/Lve msg. 3735425. 1-22-
8122. 1.30.10.1 ONLY $260/MO. 1,2 TH I 3 Bdrm. 5.4Landmark2
LYONS APT Pool 1-31-9-2
Laundry
Rockwood Villas 3bdr/3ba. Rmmt neededlor 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8787 1 Block to UF/Shande BR, 11/2 BATH townhouse,
2 bdr/1 1 b., 809 NW 41st Ave. Cent h/ac/ ,
own fully turn bdr/ba In nice Condo. All 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 dishwasher, $380 neg., very close to
4brm 2ba near UF and Shands for more carpeted. Water & sewer paid. No pets.
extras/included $225/mo/ Dan 336-9332. campus, pets OK, 338.1042 leave mes-
Info 378-8341 or 685-0022 or 685-3234.
$245, 376-5449. 1.23.3.2
12451GEORGIA MOUNT VERNON APTS. sage. 1225.4

12 Bedrooms Mature N/S female, own room in a house.
SEAGLE HALL A male co-op FREERental PoolLaundryClose / Pool, kitchen, 1 1/2 mile to UF. Rent OXFORD MANOR
Sblks to UF Single occ w/kit/laundry/ facilities '. to UF/Shande/ $175/mo. ft utilities Call 374-5430 or 376- 3 bd/3 ba take over entire lease Immed.
1002 W Univ 3769179. 1.26.7.1 Finding Service All Info, 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 6183. 1.25.5.2 Call 336-1387, 1225.4

floorplans, videos and more, FAST. We 1235.2
Sublet Studio Apt. 1 block from campus can help you find that perfect place to live.
$125 per month. Call 375-2361 24 hours. Gator Rental Finders UF Plaza 336- Apt for Rent available NOWI) Townhouse
Please leave a message. 12231. 9349. 1-23-5-2 2bdr/i ba, fenced yd., pets OK,close to UF
& SFCC $335/mo. 332-0763. 1-19-3-2 DAILY TWILIGHT SHOW
Need to sublet 2br apt in Homestead Immediately Student home 4 or 5 bedrooms 2 baths, LI 5 0 Starting between 4 pm6 pm
$335/mo./ and no deposit down. big yard, kitchen and laundry facilities. SUBLEASE 1BR UNFURN APT Near AAA AAAI e Limited to S.eti
Call Crystal 3738019.. 1-25-6-2 737 NE 8th Ave. $700/mo. ft $700 deposit Shandi ft, VA. $325 Per Mo. Quiet, Pool.
378-0658. 1-23-5-2 Call Barry 392.1655 day, 336-1224 eves.
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SUBLEASE: HSEAPTLakewood 5 ROOMMATESRmmt ROOMMATESRmmt ROOMMATES ROOMMATESStudious


Villas need Wanted, large suite, 2 fireplaces Wanted. Sunny Irg bd/ba in 3bd M N/S/ needed for HOUSE'' Own
,
private bath, wash/dry rmmt, $268/mo master/ 335.bdr ceiling fans, pool, kitchen own bath, oak twnhs. W/d dw, pool, tennis, gym etc. ** OWN ROOM $152/mo/ *** bdrrn $140/mo/ + 1/3 util) 2 miles to UF
4 blks north of UF Fully cent ac/ht/ ,
2814. 1-19-3-4 floors $160/mo Call Jeff 3711909. 1-23- Avail. Immed-8/31 +. $195 neg & 1/3 ut. carp quiet NW area, cat. Call 3732078. i-23-
dishwasher, microwave.. Leave
Marisa 335-5841. 1-19-5-5 messageat 4-5
Newly Furnished Townhouse close to UF 3728735. 1-19-4-5
Sublet, (turn apt. until April go I bdf1 bath
F for own ba In Ig. bdr. wash/dry, cable,
$250/mo DESPERATE Liberal fem. to occupy own HELPI I need a fun friendly female N/S
.
(negotiable) Call 372.3276
pool, $200/mo/ to share or $300/mo for N/S roommate wanted. Private bedroomIn
bdr. In modern 3bdr. house tale
quiet,
Available NOWI! 1-19-3-4 rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt Own bdr/ba/
own room. 336-0038. 1-25.10.5 large house with large fenced in back.
area Big fenced yard no pets W/D VCR Avail Now l 377.8034. 1-245-5
skylights. Approx. 2ml N of( UFo $180/mo. yard. Pets OK. Only $1S5.00/month. Call
Room for rent In 2bdr/2ba In Oxford
ROOMMATE WANTED: NS M/F $200/m 3771914. 1-19-4-5
Manor $239.50/mo + 1/2 373-7135 for & 1/3 utll. 376-4138 Jon or Martha. 1.19. Own room in furnished 4/2/ apartment
1/2 ut $200 sec Large, nice & neat apt
more info. Need as soon as possible, fe- 2bdrm 2 1/2/ bath Call Tim 3323248. 1- FOR RENT 2bdrs In my Sprmgtree home Roommate: Female grad student Preferrably male to share rent $115 + 1/4/
utilities Call Chris 335-4195 1.19.2.5OWN
male. at
1245.4 $150 and $200. Call Kelly 3784486. 1- pref/own bedroom 1 block from Tigert
Roommate Needed M/ NS for 3bdr/2ba $162.50/mo/ + 1/2 utilities Jan free call
Sublease apt, UNF., 2bd/2ba Camelot house. Located Smiles from campus. Female roommate wanted to hare furnished 3721100. 1225.5 Bedroom/bath in a new apartm
pool view, barbecue, fireplace $550/mo/ Washer/Dryer $180/mo & 1/3 utilities. Call Zbedroom house. 10 min. walk $175 + 1/3 util! Loc SW 20th Av M/F/

373-5784. 1-24-5-4 3758189. ,.,9.5.5 from UF ($285 & utilities) divided, by 2. Oak Forest' own room In furnished 3 bdr. 3321944. 1-22-3-5

376-5592 (h,392-8113D) ( ). 1.19.5.5 $190/mo + 1/3 util. Free waterbed In.
People needed to sublease 2/2 In Bran- OWN ROOM Mobile H. Fenced yd. Pet ok. cluded. Call Keven 336.8954 or 376- F N/S/ for own masterbdr/ba in a GREAT

dywine starting May. Please call 377. M/F, serious student $125/mo & util. Erik M/F/ N/S own bed/bath with wash/dry/ in 0200. 1-19-4-5 apt near UF, furn w/king waterbed,
dwnstairs wash/dry, quiet area 336-8211
9457 Anytime. 1.23.3.4 3760579. 1-19-5-5 quiet NW condo. Serious student preferred
Lve. 1-25-5-5
call 3780923. 1-19-5-5 2 bedroom 2 1/2 bath Condo. Washer. mes.
Sublet 2bdr apt until April 90. $350/mo. FREE JAN. RENT: Casablanca West, dryer, micro, N/S. Avail Now $200/mo.
& util. Negotiable. Homestead Apt. 3611 2bdr/2 1/2/ ba condo fully (turn w/ *Own Room $130 mo.* M/F, N/S. No Call 3353889. 11945. Room for rent $175 & 1/2 Grad stu-

SW 34th St. 335-5493. 1-25-5-4 wash/dry, m or f n/s, $260 & 1/2 util. 335- cats/dogs./ Walk to UF. 372-9747 1 1-22- dent/upperclass person preferred. Shell
2593 Dan. 1-19-5-5 Walk UF Rock Villas Safe! and convenient neigh-
to room for r.nlln house across
from the 0 Dome. $200 a month plus 1/3 borhood. 3322350. 1.24.3.5VISCAYA

utilities, call 373-8040 ask for Scott. 1-22-
2 M/F Rmmts needed after
I WALT O By Doyle. SSttnwcky I 5-5
: jKELL'f's spring own bedroom shr bthrm $150/mo.,
plus 1/3/ utilities Call Scott 378.4286 not
M/F N/S
to share 3 BR/3 ba poolside
condo. micro, wash/dry. Must be neat, home, Iv msg. 1.25.5.5Oakbrook
V I WANT oil studious, but fun. $190/mo. BOB 338-
tO Die, I CAN DO I IIT 4015. 1-19-4-5 Walk: m rmmt to share fully
0V MY9 eU) | turn 2br/2ba/ condo wash/dry/ / micro,

AN' FOR mee FREE Roommate Matching till Friday Jan pool, tv/vcr $200/mo & util! Call Sim at
'
THANK YW.IIv jr' I"1 YOU AINT VIED DYIN' 19 for anyone needing a place to move 372.3842. 12555NW

: jl. LAtELY NAVO YOU7BA Into. Large selection available. Gator
HOUSE 3/2 F/NS large yard, cent
Rental Finders UF Plaza 3369349.
h/ac/ screen porch, 4 mi to UFSFCCroom
I1IIt 1-19-4-5 unfurn $165/mo 1/3 ut No pets

378-6499. 2-1-105
M/F roommate wanted for own room In a
two bedroom l40/mo/ 1/3 utilities.
apt. ,
RMMT needed for spacious l 1bdrm Bicycle
Call 372-3811 In 1.19.3.5
morn Club Apts. $155 plus 1/2/ util 335-

In The Pines: F Rmmt disler Own bdr In 5445. 1255.5

3bdr/2 1/2 ba Townhouse. $200/mo & 1/4/
u til. 3711833. 1-23-5.5 $120 own bdr/2ba house & 1/4/ util closeto
UF, Call anytime and Leave message

N/S Rmmt needed 3bdr/2ba turn., lux- 377-4503. 1.22.2.5

ury twnhse in NW area wash/dry/ micro
etc. $175/mo/ & 1/3 util. own bdr. Julie Female to share !furnished 3/2/ house
)(TERlTH 376-4795. 1.22.5.5MARCHWOOD A/C/ and heat fireplace Close to campus
FETE-1
w1o Pt % yM ,' ,wk jmA and shopping, $185/mo plus 1/3/ utilities

M/F own turn master bed- 336-5635 1.23.4-5

room $225/mo & 1/3 util. Albert 3353834.
ONE FALSE STEP 9MAN. 1-23-5-5 6 FOR SALE


AND THEOZOMWSIT' Need 1 and or 2 N/S M to share 2br/2ba
BRAND NAME COMPUTERS
// / house Fully furnished; close to UF
As low as $25/mo no $ down
175mo./ John 335-1283. -23-5-5
FREE Catalogue over 50.000
customers 1.800.825-7283
N/S Male, pref. grad/law/med stud to 2-19-30-6
share 3br. house, Robmlane $200/mo &
util. Huge yard! 4147 NW 75th St. Call:
Nice Clean Modern Furniture All at Reasonable
3732816. 1.19.3.5NS
Prices Come Take a Look.
A
F own room in 3bdrm house. 1 mile S The Plunder House
of UF. Has washer & dryer. Call 378-2895. 511 SW 4 Avenue. 1-22-10-8

1224.5
Lei Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
4 P0
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rAT OF THE ItJ90I fully turn. 2bdr/1 ba apt. Many xtras, Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372-
$210/mo/ + 1/3 util.! Near UF 3730024. 2070. 4-30-75-6

1.24.5.5 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS le the oldest -

I I F to share completly furnished 2bdr/1 1/2 beet and lowed priced car stereo
THE MOBILE GoLDfIsH "by Brett Schroeder ba townhouse in SW area wash/dry store In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St.

$225/mo + 1/2 util 335.6273. 1-24-5-5 4-30-75-6

o II' ocl TIJ1'Dct3T/ NEAT Roommate wanted to share turn. 2bdr Rockford, Foegate. Yamaha, Pioneer,

D I THAI own room 3blks to UF nice apt 160/mo + Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best
0 TIME HEAR also please call anytime 3756181. 1-24-- Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo .
/ 0 ''b? LITTLE PINK FURBALLBANGIN' 5.5 to Go. 3751834. 43075.8

ON NI5ruPIODRtM
HES10fNFNEfFER Male roommate to share 1 br/l bath fully RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants .
$ furnished townhouse 140/mo.1/2 unities for your dorm or apartment. We deliver -

Q 377-6273 leave message. 1-192-5 Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave
oilIBoy! ever) 377-5265.6 blocks E. of campus. 2-6-20-

IVA// / I Nf PGIZ NfKGZEK C4 Pee M/F N/S own bdr/ba in Rockwood Villas, 8

? O new, fully turn., washer/dryer, $225/mo/
0 \ 374-9891 12455. CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
0 any car tuck or van fully guaranteed will
) F ROOMMATE to share master bdr/ba In demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv. message.

beautiful 3bdr apt In The Laurels.' 2-28.34-8

$110 ** Pool, tennis, tym, Jacuzzi. 335-
5641. 1-22-3-5 Fender Strat Plus
.r- rIRGrDf>Z 1987 mint condition with maple neck.

N/S rmmt needed to share 2bdr apt, closeto Comes with hard shell case $550. Call

UF and Shands, $155/mo + 1/2 util Mike 373-9305

I The Incomparable Arthur by Anthony Lederman 3729389. 1223.5 CLEARANCE SALE-many Items to

Rockwood Villa's M N/S to share luxurious choose from. Jewelry TV's, cameras,

IN WOKiN<< .Wi, NOT ONLY/ NOW HE HAS GONE GOK84CIHEV<< Ml ANNOUNCtb THIS INCLU&tS THE 4NNIMLSWlM&UIT 3bdr/3ba. Alarm, washer/dryer, VCR's-etc. Best Jewelry & Loan Pawn
HAS GORQACHEV SEEN BtNONQ 6 &OINfrb THAT ALL LITHUANIANS' EDITION, ANt $245/mo. No Pets. Daryl 3735396. 1-23- shop. Sale Is on till everything's gonell

PLUBir-l FOR UNITY 'IN CONCEDING. WHO ACT NOW WILLRECEIVE A FREE 'THt. BEST 5-5 1-25-10-6
LITHUANIA. A PEE( suav/)- OF THE COMMUNIST.,, ,
TION 10 'CoMMUNI',., PARTY SLOOPtRV TOWNEPARC M N/S. Own room In TREK 12-speed racing bike with water
'TOM'' //1A6'1'1''I.' Vlt.60 3bdr/2ba/ furn. apt. $147/mo + 1/3 util. bottles and tool bag. Excellent' condition,
1- Avail now. Call Scott or Joe at 3369607. used only five months. Call 3959835. 1-

1223.5 22-7-6 .

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ROCKWOOD VILLAS BEDS BEDS BEDS

i M/F, N/S 3bdrm3bthown Dressers, Chest, Bookcases, Sofas, TV
room and bath, carts, Entertainment centers and more at

I $225/mo + 1/3 uti. Call 335-9130. 1-23- the lowest prices Gainesville. 371-4422
4-5 Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave.
2-2-16-6
,
I N/S/ M/F young prof or grad student to

a I share 3bdr/1 ba house 5 blocks form UF Classifieds. .
e 265/mo + 1/2/ util Call 373-7361. 1-19-2-5
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14,ALLIGATOR, FRIDAY,JANUARY 19.1990
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FOR SALEBlow FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME


Out Sale Beach cruiser with lock, 1 Nishiki 10 speed, red quick release Drums for sale. 5 piece, 1 ride, hi hats UF LOCATION!)
heavy duty desk, twin size bed with box WATERBED queen size with bookshelf wheels. $175: $250 new. 1 single' bed with Must sell, make offer, asking $250. Call 15 Room House. Fully Rented! Earn
spring. All 3 (for $100. Call Scott 377.1027 headboard & heater. $100 assembled & pine wood frame $100. 376.3596 Dennis Jeff 375.6296. 1-25-56 while you learn and/or/ Invett/frater-
1-2276 delivered. Call 591-2932 anytime leave nlty. Good Condi! 378-6652. 1-31-17-7

message. 1.23.5.6 For Sale: Desk with drawers 30.00, sun- Sitting on the floor? Comfortable matching .
MICRO CENTERComputers 376.1146 pak flash 522 with dedicated module for couch & chair $40 obo & attractive Real Estate Licensing Course, Sat. only
Editor's Choice CompuAdd Northgate Magnavox TV and stereo. Best offer Call canon 90.00, Cobra radar detector 50.00 wooden sldetable $15 obo. Call or Iv msg 12:30-8:30: : 7 day crash course Feb. 12,
HPPrice same or lower than mail 371.8392 am and pm. Leave message A call 371.7820. 1.19.2.8 3768658. 1.22.2-8 Real Estate Appraiser,starts Feb. 27 The

order Systems below include Imb, 40mb good bargain. Must Sell 1.23.5.6 Florida Center. 3712787. 1-30-10-7

((28ms, graphics monitor,...MC 286/12. Bedroom Set: Double bed with canopy, DEC Rainbow WP Printer, DB SS, Financial
GREAT DEAL 170 Ibs cast Iron wts. includes CPM 86, MSDOS $625 373-
1 1bdr/lba/ Condo for rent Lease or w//
$1195, Packard Bell $1295, MC 386SX dresser, mirror Melrose, bedspread, option
straight bar curl bar, bench, and 5507, 332 6502. 1-23-3
$1495, Northgate 386/20.$2299. PB 286 drapes & canopy cover $125. Call 392.4198.w.332.6531. to Buy, Washer/dryer Hook up.
dumbelll $75. Call 372-1160
message $300/mo. Call Sue at 372-5375. 1-26.8.7
laptop w/hd ft battery $1999. CompuAdd 1-2236
Queen size box springs & mattress, Sears
810 w20mb & graphics monitor- $970. 1 Packard Bell computer with monitor and
excellent cond., $69
3 SURFBOARD Natural Art 6'0" trl fin in Orthopedic, obo PRIME UF LOCATION!
+ year warranties Onsite warranties Okidata printer includes ATI! DOS and excellent -
Panasonic 1180 printer.$185, HP Laser word processor software. $1400 obo. condition $175 371-1900 .24.5.- 3357477. 1-2226 15 Room House ch/se/ Good condition!

Jet lip- $1049. 4110 SW 34th St. 308 V.. 3756082. ,.30.1 10.6 Rented 'Investment/Fraternity/other./
Natural Art surfboard ," trl Electric Typewriters IBM Selectric, wide
Univ Av. 1-227-6 8' Richard $130,000. 376-6652 owner. 22025-7
Cramm carriage, ball element $150 Smith Car-
** Liquidation* For Sale ** King size Model, excellent shape. Also Rip
Under $100 each: twin platform bed w/ waterbed $150 Curl bag, ONeill wetsult $220, call 377- ona 6000 wide carriage, office model Own Instead of rent: Condo for sale,
Livmgrm set Dmingrm
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Both like
$100. new condo 3733135.Ski
mattress double & triple dressers, desk, set.End Tables- Lamps All Great Condo 6093. 12236Bndgestone 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, poolside energy otfic, A-1

dinette set reclmer Call eves 378.6450. Call Rob 376.2967. 1-1936 Equip K2 skis w/tyroha bindings cond., priced right-terms SouthFork
1-19.56 MB1 21sp, 21 1/2 deore X Oaks 373-4347. 1-31-107
160cm Salomon boots like new SX61 lad
?comp.. $750. Mongoose ATB 18sp, 19"
Marshall 100 Watt Guitar Amp and a 4.12 size 7, set $250 or will split up 335-9967.
5 Piece drum set Pearl White cabinet channel switching, effects loop deore comp $290. Days 375-1030 Eve.

Crash/ride, exc/cond/ Quick peddle hi- and footpedal both for $925 obo 377. 3327861. Troy 1-2236 Moving oversea Sell everything, furniture 8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA

hat $450. Greg 374.9635 Iv msc. 1-195- 5795. 1.23-5.8 TV, stereo, bike, dishes, etc
6 Nishiki International racing bike. Perfect Sat/Sun 8.2 CX 500 TURBO Excel. cond., all

Day bed.white Iron & brass wpopup trundle Obo condo Call Index Phil shift at 395 21.5.9082 in. Must. 1-24-5 see $425 3425 SW 2nd Ave. Apt. 244. ,.'0.1.8 serv. records, call Jimmy 376-2637 day
COMPUTERPackard $150, obol Car bra-fits' new Mustangs 335 9340 eve $2195 obo. 1-1958

pract. new, $50, obol Call Inger 18.spd Yokota touring bike nearly newl All
Bell 286, 12mhz, 40mb hard APPLE II-e 4/sale w/2 disc drive monitor 1987 HONDA ELITE 60 with helmet
3725720. 1-22-3 Shimano parts. Includes rack, water bottle runs
drive 5.25 1.2 floppy, 3 5" 1 1.44 floppy modem, printer and tons of programs. toe good one owner $700 or best offer call
pump clips Volta gel seat. $400.
1mb ram vga hi-res color monitor, lyr Luis Vuiton Purse. Brand new. Was a gift. Only $450 Neg. Josh 3719150. 1-2456 481.9358. 1-2556 378.6189, ask for Mike or leave message
warr.,. 4 mths on"site, $1795, call 335- 1-19-58
Must sell. Best offer 373 3351 Leave message
1300. 1-31-136 SONY portable compact disc player Canvas
at beep. 1-234-6 5' desk $75, swivel chair $25 drafting
hammock w/stand Folds for easy table $25,2 foam chair.beds $30, 1983 SUZUKI 1100G Sport Tour excellent
For Sale: $1100 worth ol A D & D gaming transport. Michelle: 375.1208 (leave message antique condition 4-K miles $1950. OBO 373-
3 piece sectional couch, good condition record cabinet $25 scan chair $20. 377-
.
materials to be sold as one package. Most ) 1-23-3-8 3129 1.10.4.8eoeoeocoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo
6325. 1-19-1-6
items like new $100 obo. Call 335.9315. light green, $100.332.4567. 1.24.5.6
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1500 TII. excellent cond., $450 obo.
Please call 378.3739 anytime. 1-1956


KING WATERBED delux head board w// _

mirror lamp & shelf padded railings,
$175 neg. 3323243. 1-1956 \) V


4 rims 2 months old, 16x7, Amer. Racing Love Lines
polished lip black mesh CTR. Slvg

pattern,. $520, obo call Clark alter 6pm at
336.8430 1 1225.5

Queen size waterbed with headboard 12 1 r They're not just another line. N

drawers underneath heater and padded M Goodsen, Don't Get off the babysitter, M
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6 msg. for 8 years and you have become my best Just hangin' out huh? Look for clues at V

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set diamond cluster-sale price 89 To Fuzzy Ears well here's your start Co The babysitter fI'
service merchandise catalog : $1000 will (
(7 to your car and on your mark to TCBY V
sell for $500 obo 335.9967. 1.22.S-8
you must fly whasteand show to them

smiling facel! with love Dizzy "
Moving sale 1000s of records: rock NUGGLE BUNNIES your Kathy, thank you for making this past

blues soundtracks Household items M FOREVER year happier for me. This next year will M

beer cans Sat. 8-1. 2028 NW 21 Lane. V !LOVE!!! YOU!'!! be better, as will the ones that follow. I V
Forest Ridge off 18 Ave 1-19-1-6 love much. Love
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7801$150 obo.1-2256 also Antique dresser. Bill 371. d special 0


COMPUTER: kaypro Turbo PC: 20 meg. someone a special message r I

HO /dual floppies monitor WordPerfect i
Lotus / etc, $1100 Bargaml Call 335- d Appearing Wednesday, February 14. d
0268. 1.19.3.6

r Must arrive before 4 pm.'Wed. February 7th. "
HP 4 1 CX W/Advantage/ pack Perfectfor M

science or eng students Complete w/ Enclose I or bring to (This Information must be tilled out M
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all Instructions. Less than 1 year old. A V your It will not appear on ad and It confidential) V
$250 value for only $120. Call 3716714. and mail to: "' "

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M P.O Box 14257 ADDRESS M

Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman. .
Gainesville FL 32604.
Home and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul, 1105 W. I University Ave. CITY SI ZIP

Sherwood, and more. We Beat All ., PHONE .
Prices! 373-3754. 4.30.69.6

CLARION 870zrt car cassette limos To Place lovo.Linn please uw"this form" and'follow.the,",lIoe"."'exactly" Please ba careful, ,to'include' everything, you with to...y.nd how you....h.o..y. O
8 il Requests'for charge.after the od hot been ordo..d must bo considered, anew od..n.', .there tan bt NO REFUND AFTER PLACING THE AD ThooCMptonct OFFICE USE ONLY
used6mos. warranty left; dolby, ape of'payment,with advertising, copy don not constitute" a binding agreement" on..the port of'Th.lnd.pondon.Florida Alligator'to publish." said copy Tht'tn, "
metal, autoreverse, sep bass/treble; dope wont'Florida Alligator reserves.the right'to act'at Mia|lodge of.mt suitability of any advertising, copy submitted, 'far publication and reserve the right'to Space _____
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$150 obo. 335.3604. 1.19.3.6 odd.revive delay or reject any advertising copy
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to be sold. $120 negotiable. John 335-
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MOTOCYCLESKAWASAKI AUTOS 10 WANTEDLocal SERVICES SERVICESGuitar


KZ 440 10000 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class *SUNBELT MOVING* & Bass Lessons tailored lot your
miles. HONDA '1985
Chevy Spectrum, auto, a/c, ps pb, Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie Fine
HAWK 400 15000 miles $800 8 $600 both Kenwood Stereo, excel! condo $2900, Jewelry 3739243. 4.30.75.'10 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies needs Top. professional. w/ 25 yrs exp
Adv Suzuki
based children'smethod
.xe, condition mechanic owned 336 offer or possible trade, 335.5296. 1 1.23. 1.Item House 'full Local/Lrg/ dist Llc/lns/ Beg nner .
available 336 5624 1 19
1972 12238HONDA Larry
Priced 'for Students' Marty 375 MOVE 4
COMIC BOOKS wanted!II .
77 DASHER $960 73000ml. 4 dr, auto, 30.75.11 5 11
I want to comics. I will trade only
MAGNA 87 V4 liq cooled, shaft A/C, brown. Clean Good trans. New battery buy your .
11 YOU want to. Call Mark 378 3029 after
dr. Tank and saddle bags Excel condo a Call 371.0829 wknds & ntl till 9pm. ONE STOP DENTISTRY Need turn, clothing, household goods'
7pm. 1 22 6 '10
Great bargains wlayaway plan avail
gem. $2500 ph. 3762777. 1 24 5 8 1-23.5.9
Accepting new piS, emerg. Weeks Flea Market, State Road 26 3mi
Kawasaki 87 Adult cleaning $28, child $18' west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085 Open
'1984 750turbo. Great condi Hyundai Excel excellent condo AC 11 SERVICESNW
((4)Wisd) tee $325, ((3)Wisd) tee $250, .
lion New spark plugs and oil filter Only am/fm cass low miles take over paymentsor Sat & Sun. 472 2061 2 9 20 11
(2)Wsd( ) tee. $200
'8000 mi. MUST SELL! $1700 Call Paulat $4700 335.4164, 1 1.24.5.9 .
Mini storage at I 75 ft NW 39th Ave Nitrous OXide. Accept MC, V, AE
373 9853 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to '10 x 20 from Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.H. PRO DJ SERVICEII
Ford Escort 1983 2.door. Good condition. $20 10% disc. to students 3328917' 430.75.11 T. Gonsouhm, DDS, 372.9521' Reasonable rates, excellent tunes, pro
$1500 obo call 336 6470 after 5:30: p.m. 1.31'.17.11 eqUipment.Give CJ a call at 375.8483 and
9 AUTOSAUTO Ivamsg. 1.31-10.11'
1980 Pontiac Phoenix grey 5 door am/fm

INSURANCE SAVE $$ st orange & leave stereo many new parts $900 3323511 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS MOPED CITYPick *** MOPED REPAIR *,* *
1.24.5.9Chrysler
blue Insurance In butler plaza we care call message. Fast, quality service Very reasonable
up/Drop off.,.'1/2off now
uI1It377.CARSor377.2277.1.25.10.9For 1983 4dr auto trans s/c am/lm' '233 NW '10thAv 1 1.3'6.1'' rates. Free pickup/dropoff 8 yrs exp
radio 74000 m/s excellent condition 372.1664 CALL MARK 375.0961. 1.25.5.11TYPING
Sale: 1987 Pontiac Grand Am LE,
$2800 call 3732078. 1.22.3.9 MCVISAlnsuranceFree
loaded, good cond., must sell student! *FREE*
332.6759 Iv. 1 1237.9 Pregnancy Test
message Toyota Supra 88 1/2/ perfect condition, Member Pregnancy Test

fully maintained low mileage, automatic National Abortion Federation Gainesville Women
'1982 Honda Accord 4 dr., Sspd a/c, stereo .
12
SERVICESYOU
loaded $11300' obo call 332 7307 or 376 4 30 75 ,11 1 HEALTH CENTER
84,000 miles Asking $2500 obo. Car
7324. 1245.9 720 NW 23rd Avenue
can be seen on campus by calling at 395
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 377.5055ABORTION WRITE, WE TYPE
9633 12259. 82 Ford EXP, 3.door. sport.type, new Get confidential testing and treatment at (To 24 Wks) Business Legal Personal Reports
paint, clutch, brakes, tires $'390. Call PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377.0881' 430.75.11 BIRTH CONTROL Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc
Corolla ,
'1983 Toyota a/c/ tinted windows, '
3325012. 1.22.3.9 G v lie Handicapped Typing
new: paint, tram and brakes; am/fm Gynecology ServIces .
4.30.71'.'11, 378 7179' .
enkel alarm.
cass, $3200 obo. 378
maps. 88 Ford Ranger xlt blk 25,000 mi. 5.spd AAA STORAGE 4.30.75,'12
4889 Iv 1 ,19 5 9
msg sir tp dk: 86 Samurai top & tires new Close to UF, Convenient Valentine Special be photographed by
37000ml. str tp dk blue Day 372.4131 4x4x4 $'5/mo/ known Typing reports business legal *
internationally
BMW 1982 3201 A/T A/C sunroof Enkel beauty photographer
After 7pm 3720472. 1 1.25.5.9 4x8x8 $25/mo resumes" cassettes transcribed applications
Bill Horne. Get free
mags removeable stereo, silver metallic a poster print
533 SW 2nd Ave. 3771771' letters notary *etc Available
w/black leatherette $6700 376 0784 377-6583. 1.31.15.11Free '
88 SUZUKI SAMURAI S.SPD CONV 4. 43075, 24 hours/7 days/372.2777 4.30.75.12Classifieds.
(after 5pm) 1 1.22.5.9
WD 17K ml, EXC. CONDo $5,300 OBO Poster with
any glamour session
'1989 ford bronco II 6,000 miles $13,000or 481.9358 eves-weekends. 1 1.25.5.9 ** GATOR MOVING ** with award winning photographer Bill

$1'000 down and take up payments Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Paeking 1 1. Horne. Studio or location. Glamour with .
83 Renault Hatchback 5 'fm/csst/
sport rims many extras call 376.2879after spd item/Hse/ Full. Days/Evei Long dis style. 377.6583 See the display now. 131.15.11 Continued on next page.
leather/dlx Int! blk, convrt top $1750' or ,
5:00.: 1.22.5.9 best offer 375.3030 Iv msg 1.26.6.9 Lie/Ins Harry/Bill/ 374.4791' 4.30.75.11'

'1982 HONDA ACCORD 4DR SSPD A/C
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM* lessons -
VW Van, 1971, runs well, $225offer;
STEREO 84,000 miles. $2500
Asking boarding woodser facilities *
Datsun, 1 1973, good transportation 378
obo. Car can be seen on campus ly. callIng 6346 1.19.1.G 1 hay rides parties sales working
at 395.9653. 1.22.5.9 students accepted. 466.3224, 375.8080. DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited


Honda Civic DX 1988 speed, A/C/ Toyota New front Corolla tires,'80 generator, 4 speed, brakes ac., AM/FM.Mileage PROBLEMS IN MATH? by Trude !Michel Jaffe
stero, cassette Excellent condition 26K
miles $7950. OBO 373.3129. 1-19-4-9 3977.103000.1.24.4.$1300 9' or beat offer 336 Tutoring Professional offered and Call Reliable 377.7415. 122.5.NO ACROSS 2 Pub orders 36 Corn 52 Capital
1 Bounder 3 Journalists? holders of Hejaz

4 Hot rods 4 Stalagmite 39 Make jubilant 53 JFK's

8 Bus. abbr. locale 44 Plants of more predecessor

12 Corrida cries 5 Foreign than one region 55 Spar

14 Inter 6 Washer cycle 45 Like some eggs 57 War god

15 Graph or map 7 Droop 47 Lemon 58 Bristle

1L 17 Diner's portion? 8 Big building lot additives 59 Ivan orBoris

ie 19 Critic, at times 9 Molded 48 Popular denims

20 Fugitives 10 Relish 49 Burning 61 Sixth century

21 Attitude? 11 Lock 51 Before date: Rom.

22 Baseball stat 13 "South PacifiC" .

RISK 23 Leningrad's sailor ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE,:

river 16 Pine, e.g. MAR CO. EGGS TAM E

25 Gaelic 18 Troy, NYcampus ASIAN I LILT I ARE S

26 Steinbeck S rT I L E. B l U E SKI I E S

character, 21 Ship crane CAS CAD E T R I EST E

28 Eager 24 Courage .. U L E ... E ROE S .
ATTITUDE 30 "Tiny Alice" 26 Mare's morsels
a playwright 27 Whimsical P A U l S EN. N 0 UN.. .

Gutsy, gritty, don and dirty 32 Spring bloomer Swiss artist A l T A. ROM A P EST S

34 Scheduled' 29 facto PEA EVE R T. S HOT

37 Links item 31 Brink ASHES ARC M E I R
MUSICRichter.scale
38 Cleaner's 32 Hebrew letter DESK ORDEAL S

rock 'n roll targets? 33 News org. CARAT 0 R A .. .

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TYPING SERVICESTyping HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDSinging HELP WANTED BUS. PERSONALSHappy


$1 00 pg. min $5.00. Reports, BRANCH OPENINGS* Messengers for Ballon & Bears: Part-time asst to busy medical writer. new year 19901 E Z Tennis' new
Theses, whatever. Grad School P T list. JOBS JOBS JOBS Outgoing people only! 375.1199. 1.19.04- Need bright, motivated person who can year resolution Is to continue giving you
WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822 4.30.75. 13 type on computer, has good proofreadingskills great prices, quality products & service 34
12 $13/hr/ we train National coatings and welcomes a variety of tasks. St. 1-19314
franchise expanding. Fuillparttime. Exper. In health publishing a plus Flexible
Work $5.00/h
College Study (only) evenings
GATOR TYPING moved & lowered prices. LABOR & MGT. POSITIONS AVAIL. & Saturday Telephone Survey Interviewer hours, $5.50 to start Send resume to Enthusiastic? Enjoy people? Put your en-
Laser printer Resumes $12 & up. Page Potential lor to Immediate own your own Interview business.Call Apply: Bob/Martha 392.0171. Director 5429 SW 80 St. G'ville 32608. trepeneurlal skills to work for you Great
discounts avail. Days & eves. 373.4564. 119313Attention 1-235-13 earnings Great training 335-0100 Iv
1.31.17-12 813.886.7151. msp 1.24.8.14WORD
1-31.17.13 CIS t ISE Major Procter & India Record Co. seeks creative assertive
Gamble I II looking for you. Come Join well organized Interns for marketing PERFECT 5.1
RESUME Computer Programmers-
HOUSEProfessional t promotion.
us for free food t Information. Casualatmosphere
UCS, Inc. a software development co. In 5111-1174-3229. 1.19.1.13 Latest release from Elite
resume writing & Ft. Laud., has entry level to mid.level positions bring your return Thur Computer Systems 0335-1300
development services. 371.8148. lor software engineers/computer Jan 16 30-9pm.: PJ O'RIley 1900 SW
1.22.10.12 programmers C programming required. 13th Street. 1-17-2-13 TUTOR for ACG 3142Call

Candidates should also have 4-year degree 338-0532 ask for Crystal. PC-3 LAPTOPGreat
MICRO CENTER/ TYPing 3384938 Full Send Resumes to: UCS, Inc.. 6184 VAX/VMS System operator. Manage a 3-. 1-244-13 for class notes from Elite 335-
CPU VAX cluster In a LAT network environment
& sell service computing. Typing starts @ NW 11 St., Sunrise, FL 33313. 1300
1 SO/pg/ Resumes $6 Sell service Requirements Incl. working Full.time yard person Needed for Apt.
resumes $2.50/hr 15/paga Laser Now accepting applications for Resident knowledge of DCL and System management Complex. Experience, own car, ref Is a PRINTER24pin
typeset graphics spell check theses Assistant position (for the Fall utilities like MONITOR. Send resume must. Must have Initiative. Univ. Apts.
papers special characters employment 1990 Semester Application available and salary req to Jones, Edmunds 411 NW 15 St 371-0769. 1 1.25.5.13BUSINESS Letter Quality, From Elite 335-
databases mailmerge training. si either the Housing Office or all residence and Assoc Inc. 730 N Waldo Rd, G'ville 1300.
WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC 1.22- hall area offices Application 32601 Attn: R. S. Puller. 1.19.3.13 2.5.12.5

112 are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb.2 to the
Division of Housing Office For further House/Childcare/ Needed for 1 1/2 and 3 STRIKE GOLD
Pickup/Del Typing and wordproc. near Information contact the Staff& Student yr old girls In my nice NW home. Person 14 PERSONALSAre with the PC Lab Gold Card
campus Dependable, quality service. Development Office at 392-2161 2-2- needs to be loving ft energetic, N/S, experienced unlimited use of computers ft software
Reasonable rates 24hr/day Call Carol 19.13 reliable transportation. & reference you an 'A' Student? Do you take EXCELLENT $99/4 months. 372.6500, 1-25-5.104
Tues Thurs-Fri 9 6
373 4464. 1.31.11.12 required. NOTES? Earn While You
378.0615. 1 25-7-13
EARN $100 MONTHFor Learn Call 371.6954, For more Informa
ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect tion. 1-22.10.14
edit/proof/spell all work guaranteed- your plasma donations. Our fully automated THE MILL Is looking for a few good peopleto 15 PERSONALSLADIES

English B A. Ripp 376.3649. 2-1320-12 system is safer and faster than work days. The only exp necessary is COMPUTERS, terminals t pc's, buy, sell,
manual centers Air conditioned Spe- a good attitude Great benefits', for part- MAKE MONEYWe
trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY
LOOK A LETTER GRADE BETTER. Use cial bonus with, this ad 4/ Call for appointment time employees and students Apply bet CDCS 818 W Univ 338-0378. 430- buy & sell good used clothing.
styles, fonts, graphics, proofreading & ed- 2.5 at The Mill. 1193.13 75.14 Call Second Act. 373-6527, 30-75-15
Iting. PC Lab, 17 & Unlv. 372.6500. 1 1.25. Alpha Plasma Center
M.F 9:30.5:30: : Sat 9.30.2.30 Have Computer Skills? Micro Center Have Computer Skills? Micro Center Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great
RESUMES 9 SW tit St. 378.9204 needs typist/sales/tech support help needs typlst/sales/tech/ support help. prlces-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical
in 4110 SW 34th St. Laboratory 376.5563. 616 SW 4 Ave. I
Same day, Next day. Apply person. (sw Apply In person. 4110 SW 34th St (SW
Many Styles & Fonts. Editing. Babysitter Monday-Friday 3: campus store). 1257.13 campus store) 1-22.7.104 block from Ala Gen. 04.30.75.15
PC Lab, 17 St. & Univ 372.6500. 00pm: In my SW home transportation
required Call Miss Valentine at 332-0444 Market Discover Credit Cards on your Natural Foods and Vitamins
Multi Million $ Company seeking part time
for mOllinlo. 1.19.5.13 Flexible Hours. Earn. much Birkenstock Sandals.
campus. as
13 HELP WANTEDTypist individuals to earn Top $$$ per mo. Serious
SI0.00/hour. Only ten positions available. Sunflower Health Foods
need to apply. 378-
entrepeneurs only
Balloonacy Is now hiring fun energeticand Call 1 1800950.8472, ext. 3. 1232.13 2967. 1.22.5.14Squash 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482
talented people for deliveries and in 4.30.75.15
work. Call 378.0177. 1.19.5.13 Warm fun and reliable wanted to
tore person
Computer literate needed
to
person help rackets 50% off Aerobic wear
babysit Weekdays 12:30.4 for children 3 PREGNANT? Don't t Get Immediatetest
classifieds guess
Alligator &
type on Tuesday 50% off; aerobic shoes 25% off Tennis
Babysitter needed in home Mon Wed, A 7 Must have car Good for results from reliable .
Thursdays, 4 8:30: pm. Must be dependable my yrs own pay clothing 25% off If U need it, E Z Tennis a source
Fill out application at The Indepen. a.m. all day Fri. Transp. and references the right person, some taxability (will has it. 1.19.3-14 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4-
dent Florida Alligator, from 9 4 pm, Mon. required, begin Jan 29. Call 377-8322. consider.I person for M.W, another T- 30.75.15
TH 375 6939. 1-19.2-13
Fri EOE/AA )
All racquetball rackets 30%offl When others
Student help wanted to do research In UF NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?Get
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I Texas, Kentucky could prove tough for swimmers I


By SHARON GINN Wildcats-squads are 5-3. Texas' Doug Gjertsen swims Friday. The women's meet will be more evenly
Alligator Writer UFs men ((6-2)) are ranked No. 9, and the Gjertsen has won two NCAA titles the matched.Both the Lady Gators and the Lady
women ((1M( )) are ranked No. 4. 200-yard()() backstroke in 1987, and the 200 Longhorns are undefeated this season, but
True,the UF women's swim team is aboutto "We've got to stand up and out-swim freestyle in 1988. Texas has been picked by Swimming World
lose its coach and the men's team has lost them," said head coach Randy Reese, who Nesty, a 1988 Olympic gold medalist for magazine to win the 1990 NCAA Champion-
two close meets, but don't try to tell them announced last Thursday he will resign as Surinam in the 100-meter()() butterfly, joinedthe ships.
this season has been tough. women's coach at season's end. "In the Gators this semester. In his UF debut Last year,UF beat the Texas women 56-55
It's about to get tougher. upcoming couple of meets, we're going to last weekend in Miami, he won two events despite forfeiting 16 points to Texas becauseit
Friday, both UF squads will face their need the good performances." including nearly a three-second victoryin did not have divers.
biggest test to date when they travel to On the men's side, those performanceswill the 200-yard()() fly and placed second In "Hopefully no one will get sick in the next
Texas. The Longhorns are 1-1 and rankedNo. most likely come from junior Martin another. few days,"he said."Our kids will have to be
lin the nation, while the No. 2 Lady Zubero and sophomore Anthony Nesty. "Anthony coming in has really strengthened fairly tough (against Kentucky). Coming
Longhorns are 4-0 overall. Zubero,a five-time All-American,has a dual- our men physically as well as men back from Texas at four in the morning and
Less than 24 hours later,UF will play hostto meet win streak of 14 individual events. tally," Reese said. "Having a swimmer like swimming at seven that night could affect
Kentucky in the O'Connell Center. Both That streak could be broken, however, if that adds to the team's confidence." their performance."


I Lady. Gators can end deep.... freeze by.. icing- Lady- 'Dogs .

By GREGG DOYEL selves in the midst of a four-game ((3-4 on the road) with a prime Braddock and Lisa Scott combinefor Gators' scoring charts with 17.2
Writer losing streak. The losses came at opportunity to end their tailspin 18 points a game. points a game. Junior forward
Alligator the hands of three 1989 NCAA before they hit the road. UF entered Wednesday's game Rhvonja Smith adds 15.8 points
After showing fire early, the UF Tournament teams and another- Mississippi State won't roll over, with Miami, an 80-75( loss, as the and a team-leading 8.7 reboundsan
women's basketball team is lodgedin Florida State whose record is however. The Lady Bulldogs, 7-7 nation's fourth-best reboundingteam. outing. Senior guard Camille
a tub of ice. Saturday night 9-2. overall and -lin the SEC, returnall .With the Lady Bulldogs'tall- Ratledge, second in the nation in
against Mississippi State,the Lady And, with three consecutive five starters from last year's est starter only 5-foot-ll, UF could assists with 9.2 a game, is comingoff
Gators can thaw their way out of games on the road looming ahead, 12-16 team.They are led by center continue its dominance of the a 14-assist performance against
the deep freeze. UPs 7:30 p.m. Southeastern Con- Sophie Ratliff and forward Shirley glass. Miami.A .
The Lady Gators opened the sea ference meeting with the Lady Walker, who average 13.2 and 12 Junior guard Sophia UF victory would be its first
son with nine victories in their first Bulldogs in the O'Connell Center points a game, respectively.The Witherspoon, despite a recent against the Lady Bulldogs in four
11 games,but now they find them should provide the Lady Gators backcourt duo of Bobbyrlij shooting slump, tops the Lady years.


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of the Gators after the Oct. 8 resignation of Darnell and Notre Dame officials met Steve Spurrier was named UF head coach
By JASON DAVIS
Galen Hall, will coach inside linebackers for when the Irish were in Miami for the game. Dec. 31.Notre.
Staff Writer
Alligator the Irish. He replaces Barry Alvarez, who Under Darnell, the Gators ((7-5)) finishedthe Dame will be the eighth school at
Former UF defensive coordinator Gary held the job two seasons before taking the 1989 season ranked third in total de- which Darnell has coached. He spent the

Darnell will have to get used to Touchdown head coaching position at Wisconsin."All fense, giving up only 241.9 yards a game last two seasons at UF, coming from Wake
Jesus and Lou Holtz making opponents the problems (at UF) were mattersof tops in the Southeastern Conference. He Forest. Before that, he was head coach at

sound like God.Darnell's circumstance," Darnell said. "We were went 3-4 as interim coach, leading the Ga- Tennessee Tech, and an assistant at Kansas

employment search came to an there to be problem-solvers. We did a good tors to an appearance in the Dec. 30 Free- State, North Carolina, Southern Methodistand
end Thursday afternoon, as he agreed to job and now we all can go on to bigger dom Bowl, where they lost 34-7 to Oklahoma State, where he played as a
terms to become defensive coordinator at things." Washington. linebacker.

Notre Dame."It The 12-1 Irish, coached by Holtz,finishedthe Darnell, 40, is the second member of the With Darnell's appointment, the Irish
feels good to have a place to call home," 1989 season ranked third in the nationin 1989 Gators staff to be hired at other have only two other coaching spots to fill.
'. Darnell said. "And I can't think of a better the United Press International coaches schools. Whitey Jordan, who served as offensive Jim Strong, the offensive coordinator and
place to call home right now than Notre poll following a defeat of then-No. 1 Colorado coordinator, was hired Monday at running backs coach, moved to Nevada-Las
Dame." in the Orange Bowl.They were rankedNo. North Carolina. Vegas, and John Palerno, the defensive line

Darnell,who also served as interim coach 2 by The Associated Press. The rest of the staff was released when coach, is now head coach at Austin Peay

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State doesn't have a real big team."
DAN STIFFLER
But the Bulldogs do have 6-7 junior Cameron
Alligator Staff Wnter
Burns, a third-team SEC performer last year
The UF basketball squad once boasted a who led the Bulldogs in scoring ((15.1 points a

formidable front line that helped it become a game) and rebounds ((6.3 a game).

favorite to repeat this year as Southeastern Like Tennessee, the Bulldogs also will press

Conference champion.But the Gators, who turned the ball over 26 times
two months into the season, the Gators against the Volunteers. Leading the charge will

have lost four players- including two-thirds of be sophomore Tony Watts, a 6-2 guard who
that formidable front line -and are strugglingto scored 9.9 points a game last season while being

stay at .500. named to the SEC all-freshman team by the
Now, to add to the problem, the Gators ((6-6, league's coaches.
4 ,/ Ac 2-3 in SEC) take to the road this weekend to The Gators will be playing their second game
face the Mississippi State Bulldogs Saturday
without Schintzius, and with one game behind
at 7:30 in Starkville Miss.
night : them,junior guard Renaldo Garcia said the team
And the Gators have enjoyed little success on will begin to come together."We .
the road this season, winning only two gamesin
need to make some adjustments, come
six tries, including two conference losses.
out, get on the practice floor and get more
They also starting lineup featuring two
are a
familiar with each other because we really only
freshmen and transfer. At
a junior-college one had a couple of practices with this new team,"
point during Wednesday's 80-75 loss to Tennessee -
Garcia said. "Being a guard out there, you seea
the five players the court for the Gators
on
6-5 guy in Stacey Poole when you're used to
did not even play for the team last
year.
seeing a 7-2 guy post up out there. It's just kind
Coach Don DeVoe said it's time for the Gatorsto of different. Hopefully we can get used to it."
mature."It .
The Gators defeated the Bulldogs twice last
is a situation now where we have to go to
season en route to the conference championship. -
"
fN Mississippi State and grow up a little, DeVoe
But the Gators this season have made
said.To more news off the court than on it.
grow up,the Gators will need to overcomea
void in the middle left by the suspension of But through it all, the Gators have managedto

7-foot-2 center Dwayne Schintzius and the de- remain close.

parture of forward Livingston Chatman.Tennessee "We've got to stay together," Davis said.
A exploited the smaller UF lineup for 22 "We've been close. Nothing has changed.We're

offensive rebounds outboarding them 44-13 close."

i: overall. And UF displayed a great amount of determi-
But 6-7 forward Dwayne Davis, who took nation and hustle Wednesday night despite the

Schintzius' spot in the middle, said the Gators turmoil affecting the program."A .

ADRIAN DENNISUF's will be ready for the Bulldogs."We lot of students didn't think we would be in
Dwayne Davis, right, drives past Tennessee's Ian Lockhart duringWednesday's
just have to work hard in practice to get the game at all," Poole said. "But this (the
in the O'Connell Center. The Gators lost 80-75.
game rebounds, to box out," Davis said. "Mississippi narrow loss) showed we have a lot of heart."
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. Rough and tumble: Gymnasts confident vs. Wildcats

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By GREGG DOYEL routine, has kept her part of the and possibly will shed some lighton first opportunity to beat Florida, ised bigger and better things to-
Alligator Writer bargain.In what the SEC has in store for and possibly it's a realistic goal for night against Kentucky.
the Gators' 1990 season the depth-starved Gators. them," UF coach Ernestine "Ill be putting new tricks in my

Don't tell Pam Titus that the UF opener last Friday against Georgia They're an SEC team, and that Weaver said. floor routine," Brennalt said. "I'm

gymnastic squad, depleted by pre- College and Iowa, Titus, an All- means something,"sophomore all- "We have a strong team, but I sure you'll see some new things."
season injuries, can't continue its American a year ago on the uneven arounder Melissa Kutcher said of don't know if its strong enough. Last Friday, Brennalt vigor
habit of bullying opponents all over bars, finished third or better in Kentucky. "We can see where we They (Kentucky) will be better ously took the spotlight left for
the mat. She doesn't want to hear each of the three events she en- stand with the rest of the confer- than Iowa was last week, but we'll grabs by the graduation of six-time

9, that kind of talk. tered. She said earlier this week ence, but we're going to have our be better than we were last week, All-American Melissa Miller, but

"We may have some rough that she will focus on her balance work cut out for us." too. You won't see as many falls as she may have to share some of the

spots, but it we go out there and beam routine as she works herself Indeed. When the Wildcats last time." stage tonight and in the future.

do the best that we can, we will into shape for the all-around. wheel into the O'Connell Center For the Gators to make a Wild- But with whom, nobody not

beat anybody," the junior said as Tonight's matchup with an SEC tonight at 7:30: p.m.,they will bring cats victory an impossibility, they even Weaver can say.
her squad prepared for tonight's foe will give the third-ranked Ga- with them one of their better teamsin will need another good perfor- They all think that they can

meet with Southeastern Confer- tors an early indication of just how years, while UF -Titus' confi- mance from Karen Brennalt. The win, and they will all step in at
"" ence foe Kentucky. much the preseason losses of Janice dence notwithstanding is hin- senior won the all-around last some time," Weaver said. "But I

Through one match, Titus, Kerr and Lynette Wittmeier dered by a lack of depth. week,clinching the title with a 9.55
ranked No. 1 nationally in the floor have taken away from the squad, "Kentucky sees it (tonight) as its floor routine, and she has prom see Gators. page 18TMllGAlO