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I Schintzius quits, cites conflict with DeVoe I I I IBy

JASON DAVIS them, you had to accept the coach as the it was alleged he ripped a side-view mirror He
was ordered to lose
Alligator Staff Writer absolute authority and their word as final," off a vehicle after being asked to leave a DeVoe also had alluded recently weight that he, and
the senior All-America from Brandon said. may
party at the Alpha Tau Omega house. not have been
Dwayne Schintzius, the UF basketball "But that does not mean you must sail under attending classes.
team's embattled center, quit the squad the authority of Captain Ahab. Schintzius, a likely first-round pick in the DeVoe said a meeting Wednesday afternoon

Thursday night, citing disagreement with "If you can play for Coach Sloan, you can NBA Office Draft of Student in June Judicial, was cleared Affairs by, but the had UF between the two resolved nothing."I .

interim coach Don DeVoe. play for almost anyone, almost anyone." not been given DeVoe's approval to returnto met with Dwayne yesterday and invited

Schintzius, who recently came under Wednesday night, following a 71-64 loss the squad.As him back to the" squad, provided he follow
scrutiny for an incident outside a UF frater- to Vanderbilt, DeVoe said Schintzius' ac- team policies, DeVoe said in a prepared
nity house last week, characterized DeVoeas tions-and one last year when he allegedly part of the penalty imposed by DeVoe, statement. "We have rules established for
a "Captain Ahab"in a statement releasedby attacked two UF students with a tennis Schintzius was told to get a haircut. His each member of the team that must be
athletic officials. racket after they threw a beer can at his car hairstyle close-cropped on top and long followed. Dwayne chose not to meet the
in the back has become his trademark. conditions upon which he could rejoin the
had been "demeaning" to the .
"No one can argue that (former head university.In Teammates call it "the lobster" and it was team."
coach Norm) Sloan and (former assistant the most recent incident, Schintziuswas the focus of a January 1989 article in Sports
Monte) Towe were easy to play for, and to suspended from the squad Jan. 15 when Illustrated. see Schintzius page 4

I Koch tough on drug usersREGGIE Gas contaminates soil

Ex-NYC mayor favors at UF's physical plantBy

execution of dealersBy
NICOLE SNEED if the gas has reached aquifers but they
ELIZABETH CLARKE are planning to test the wells.;
Alligator Writer
Alligator Writer "To this point, we don't have any
American cities'problems with cocaine and In a routine excavation Monday, the aquifer data We're hoping that it
heroine won't end until drug dealers are exe- Florida Department of General Ser- won't be that bad," Underwood said.
cuted and random drug-testing becomes prev- vices discovered what may be"massive But Wilbur said even if the gas has
alent, former New York City Mayor Ed Koch soil contamination" around UF's phys- leaked into the aquifers below,it would
told about 1,000 people Thursday night in the ical plant, and expects to spend not affect Gainesville's water supply.
O'Connell Center. $250,000 to $500,000 cleaning it up. "The wells that supply water to
"I 1 find it distressing that people want to At a news conference Thursday, Gainesville are not even located under-
throw in the towel and legalize drugs,"he said. George Wilbur, special project directorof neath this facility," Wilbur said.
Koch suggested that some states ease Environmental Technologies, said Wilbur said the Department of Gen-
prison overcrowding by sending inmates to his company has found contaminatedsoil eral Services found the contaminatedsoil
Alaska, Nevada, Colorado and other states 33 feet deep and has dug up 1,000 while replacing two of the four
with wide,open areas-where prisoners can't tons of gasoline-contaminated dirt gasoline tanks used to fuel UF vehicles.
catch a taxi and escape. around the plant on Radio Road near After inspection,workers discoveredthat
"Ship 'em out," he said. the University Golf Course. Although steel pipe joints of two of the four
Koch, who called drugs America's worst officials do not know the extent of con- tanks were eroded,and may have been
calamity other than war,said the only solutionis tamination, Wilbur said they will con- leaking soon after they were installed.
tinue test drilling until all the damageis And
harsher penalties."I although the dirt around the
believe in the death penalty as both a discovered. other two tanks is contaminated, Wilbur
deterrent and as a punishment for dealers. If State Rep. David Flagg, D-Gaines- said it could be gasoline from the
it doesn't work as a deterrent, I still believein ville, said the situation could be very first two tanks.They will know Mondayif
it as punishment." serious if the gas reaches the aquifers the other two tanks, one of which
Doctors, lawyers, drivers and even bar- GRANT -ALLIGATOR below Gainesville. holds diesel fuel, are also leaking.
bers who are convicted of using drugs Ed Koch, ex-mayor of New York, speaks at "One gallon of gas could contaminatea Environmental Technologies has installed
should lose their licenses and notbe permittedto the O'Connell Center Thursday night. million gallons of water," Flagg said. a vapor extraction system which
practice until they have gone through treat- Since completing his third consecutive termas "We have (an estimated) 1,000 gallonsof will suck gas fumes though narrow
ment, he said.Patterning mayor last fall,Koch has toured the countryon gas running around below us." holes drilled in the ground,Wilbur said.
a proposal after New York City speaking engagements, written a weekly Flagg said the tanks were installedin He said the contaminated soil will be
legislation, Koch said police newspaper column and be- 1965, before tanks were regulated, incinerated, but they haven't decided
officers, prison offibelieve in the come a partner in the New and that gas sites throughout the nation where to take it
York City law firm of Robinson have had similar problems with
cers and caseworkers who single- Lake Alice, which drains into the
work with children should death penalty as & Silverman. But he re- walled pipes and tanks. aquifer,is a quarter-mile from the tanks
be subject to random drug ceived the most attentionfor "I'm not even sure that doublewalledtanks and could be in danger of contamination -
testing, while others both a deterrent and his endorsement of Ultra existed in 1964 or 1965 when Wilbur said.

should be tested t with reaas a punishment for Slim Fast, a weightlossdrink these tanks were installed Flagg said."I "It's part of my concern, but there is
sonable suspicion. in national television think it Indicates we need to changea no indication that it is affected at this
Because drug use is dealers. If it doesn'twork commercials. lot of the rules." point," Wilbur said.
rampant in the country's deterrent Asked if he minded being Division of Motor Pool employee Ed But Daniel Endicott, a UF Depart-
schools and colleges, as a considered a corporate sell- Underwood said his office is not sure ment of Environmental Health Services
Koch said students also I still believe in it aspunishment. out for endorsing the diet how long the tanks have been leaking industrial hygienist, said Lake Alice is
should be subject to ran- drink, Koch waved his arms because the gas moved straight down too far away to be contaminated."The .
dom testing. above his head and asked, into a clay layer of soil, bypassing con- amount of material wouldn't be
Credited with pulling "What is a sell-out? tamination detectors located on either enough to saturate all the way over to
New York City out of near- Ed Koch "I 1 am promoting a prod- side of the tanks. Lake Alice," Endicott said, adding that
bankruptcy In the 1970's, Former NYC Mayor uct that I use," Koch yelled "TTiey didn't know this thing was there was no danger to surrounding
Koch has used his tough above the audience's laughter. leaking because they were checkingthe vegetation.
approach to create jobs,reduce homelessnessand "I lost 14 pounds in 17 monitors, not the soil," Underwood New double-walled tanks will replacethe
improve the city's image. days, and I plan to lose 30." said.Underwood four old ones,which were supposedto

43 said it is hard to measure last 30 years,.Wilbur said.II .





Juvenile arrested for slashing girlA arm Tuesday morning while trying to scare him away, '
arrested outside the Gainesville police said. 1
17-year-old girl was Tuesday
Alachua County Courthouse after slashing another Orange Junella Gandy, 31, told police she fired two
warning shots from a handgun after Guy Williams, 31, M10"
girl's wrist, hands and arms with a razor tool, Gaines- s
back door and windows
ville police said. began banging on Gandy's
The girl, who is not being identified by police be- shortly after 1 a.m., police spokeswoman Lt Sadie
cause of her age, and Tara West, 17, argued near the Darnell said. Williams, who returned to get his pos- I
bus stop outside the courthouse at 201 SE First sessions, threatened to hurt Gandy if she didn't talk. 1

Avenue, then began fighting, police spokeswoman U. Gandy fired a shot into the ceiling, then left with
Sadie Darnell said. During the fight, the unidentifiedgirl her daughter through the front door. When Williams eyemultimedia

cut West several times across her left wrist, hands caught up with her, Gandy fired another warning shot
and arms with a razor tool similar to a rug cutter, and hit him in the arm. Police were called from
Darnell said.Darnell Alachua General Hospital. No charges were filed
said both girls refused to tell police why against Gandy because witnesses said she intendedto
they were fighting. West was treated and released fire into the air, and was afraid Williams might hurt performancegroup
Tuesday from Shands Hospital, and the unidentifiedgirl her and her daughter, Darnell said. Williams, who
was taken to the Alachua County Juvenile Deten- was in stable condition Thursday, also was not ar-
tion Center. rested. Police may file charges against Gandy and

J Warning shots fired too closeA Williams, Darnell said. MIKE BRUSCELL I 1

Gainesville woman accidentally shot a man in the ,

. WHAT'S HAPPENINGHappy I l i I//)

New Year: The Chinese Oedipus complex: Psi Chi, the Arts meets today at 5:30: in Florida Saturday Jan 27 1990 8 PM
Club hosts its Chinese New Year Psychology Club, meets today at 5 Gym basement. Call 392.1365 duringthe ,
Banquet Saturday at 5:30.: Call Tim, for Happy Hour at Farah's. Everyonewith day, 332-5515 at night, for infor-
377.5093, for ticket information.Viva an interest in psychology is wel- mation. RION BALLROOM !
la France: Les Bons Vivants come. Call 373-9620 for information. White student union: The white
meets today at 5 at the Orange & Mind' Eye: The Mind's Eye Per- student union meets tonight at 6 in REITZ UNION
Brew. Call 395-8690 for information. formance Group will be at the Reitz Reitz Union Room B60.

Fellowship: Bryan Slater speaks Union Saturday night at 7:30.: TIck- Tae Kwon Do: Traditional Tae $3 students $5 generaltickets
tonight at 7 during the meeting of ets are available at the UniversityBox Kwan Do class meets today at 4:30: in

the Intervarsity Christian Fellow- Office.$3 for students and$5 for Norman Gym. Call Ricky Smart,392- available at the university box office
ship in the Methodist Student Center the general public. Call 392-1655 for 9698, for information.
Auditorium on University information. Transfer: New transfer students for more information call 392-1655

Avenue. Call 335-1328 for informa Hunger: The Center for African meet today at 5 for Happy Hour in Presented by RUPC Entertainment & Arts Committees
tion. Studies sponsors the 1990 Carter the Orange & Brew to celebrate
Humanness: Theologian Orlando Lecture Series Conference focusingon Transfer Student Activities Week. partially funded by student government
Espin will speak on 'Grace and hunger in Africa Friday and Satur- Call Rob, 392-1261, for information.Not .
Humanness" Sunday night at 8:45: in day mornings at 8:45: in the Reitz part of the bunch: Jordan
the Catholic Student Center Library.Call Union. Call Robert Shanafelt, 392- Brady performs at the Orange &
372-3533 for information. 2183 for information. Brew tonight at 10. Admission is $3
Breaking more than boards: The Ultimate: UF Women's Ultimate for students, $5 for the general
Isshinryu Karate Club meets todayat practices Sunday at Hume Field. Call public. Call 392-1655 for informa-
4:30: at the Women's Gym. Call Jeff 371-9524 for information. tion.
at 336-0209 for information. Martial arts: Cuong Nhu Martial

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Regents Scales clash over planned tuition hike IQ

For more OH the Board of Regents Florida's 186,000 college students, Scales Don't blow that opportunity." was the most controversial issue in the
meeting, see page 7. asked the Regents to consider FSA's proposal Despite Scales' offer, the Regents the 3-hour meeting.A .
By RONALD DUPONT JR. to increase in-state tuition 8 percentand 13-member panel that oversees the nine 15-percent tuition hike translates intoan
andDUANEMARSTELLERAlligator out-of-state tuition by 18 percent. state universities voted unanimously to extra$120-a-year() expense for the average
Writers But when it became apparent the Regents ask state legislators for a 15-percent in- full.timeln-state student,while an 8-percent
would still ask the Legislature for the 15-per crease and also voted for increases in ser increase as FSA has requested would
SARASOTA Upset with the Board of cent tuition hike, Scales changed smiles to vice fees. cost the same student $64 a year. For out-
Regents' decision to continue pushing for a stoic stares when he reminded the Regentsthat The Regents also said they will lobby the of-state students, the Regents' proposal
15-percent tuition increase, a fiery Ed they challenged FSA's tuition proposallast Legislature to allow each university to add would add$534 a year to tuition,while FSA's
Scales, UFs student body president, vowed year and lost. as much as a $1 to each credit hour to help plan would add $560.
Thursday to battle the Regents in the up- The fact of the matter is, the legislature pay graduate education, and they moved Regents said they didn't like FSA's pro-
coming legislative session. posal because it asked for too much of a
doesn't feel that way,"Scales said, referringto the control of athletic associations into the
Representing the Florida Student Associ- the Regents' proposal. "You've got a hands of university presidents.But see Tuition page 7
ation, a lobbying group that represents chance right here to avoid a political battle. the discussion about student tuition

Student voters


f;; key for MurphyBy


I Alligator Writer

On Michael Murphy's answering machine the
4 rock music song "Patience" plays !softly in the
background. But in his bid to become a Gaines-
Ir ville city commissioner, Murphy is hoping that
fellow students will be anything but patient.
r He's hoping that students will demand representation
in local government this March.
"The only way that I could be elected is througha
totally unified student effort," said Murphy, a
junior who's majoring in business administration.
Students have run for city commission seats
before without much success. But Murphy
figures that things could be different this year,
since the city has restructured the commissionin
a way that may give students a greater voice.
Before 1988, all of the city's voters selected five
city commissioners to "at large" seats. But two
years ago, the city charter was revised so that
three commissioners are selected from districts,
I and two are selected to the "at large" seats.
The District 3 seat that Murphy is seeking
includes a precinct where students living on
campus may vote, and five other precincts that
I E. ANN STODDARD cover much of southwest Gainesville.But .
Hitting the roof convincing students to register to vote in

Charles Chapman, left, and a co-worker from Waterproof Asbestos clean the roof of Library East Thursday.Bill's that district, rather than in their hometowns,
! could be Murphy's biggest challenge."I'm .
willing to take people in my car to the
administration building to get them registered, if
I veto upsets Chinese students that's what it takes," Murphy said.
Murphy got involved in city government
voted against the bill," Feng said. shortly after he enrolled at UF: he accepted an
I By KATHY KUCERAI The China has repeatedly dismissed fears of appointment as an adjunct member of the city's
I Alligator Writer bill would have al- political persecution as "groundless," de- Regional Transit System Advisory Board in October

UF Chinese students fighting for de- lowed Chinese students spite a continuing atmosphere of repres- 1988 and has served ever since.
mocracy were disappointed Thursday sion. Mass arrests that followed last Prior to that, he had served on a transportationboard
when the U.S. Senate failed to overturn permanent residence in spring's crackdown included thousands of for the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce
President George Bush's veto of the Pelosi students and intellectuals. for a year. He also worked as an intern in the city

bill, according to Qun Feng, leader of the the United States.the "The bill is dead, but our dream is not of Maitland's computer department.The
UF chapter of the International Federation dead," Feng said. "We were only one 19-year-old hopes that experience will help
of Chinese Students and Scholars. Chinese government that what they and four senators short of passingthe him get a job as a city manager some day.
are doing is very wrong. The bill sends a person "I'm not some radical student," he said. "It
allowed than
The bill would have more bill.
strong symbol to China that the repression shouldn't be the students working against the
40,000 Chinese students nationwide per- Chun-Hua Wan, an agricultural graduate -
should be stopped. Now. community we should all be working to-
manent residency in the United States. student with a J-l visa expiring in three "
The U.S. House overturned Bush's veto gether.
Instead, Bush stands behind an executive Thursday, 390-25.() But the Senate voted years, said the veto does not make him At least once in the city's history, voters were
order that he says provides the same pro- afraid his views. He also does
62-37 for the bill, four votes short of the to express willing to listen to a student candidate.In .
tection. two-thirds necessary to overturn the veto. not think other Chinese students will go 1973, then-UF student Jean Chalmers had
"We are disappointed to say the least, back any time soon. the student
The veto stands. some success mobilizing populationin
Feng said. "President Bush gave us his Feng said some senators think the issueis "I think they'll succeed in their effortsto her bid for a commission seat.
explanation on why he did not pass the human rights. stay out of China," Wan said. "Bush, She garnered the most votes during the general
bill, but personally, I am not convinced lived in China claims he knows
having election, but had to be in a run-off because she
about the protection he said he has pro- "We regret" they do not realize the poli- that he is doing the right thing. didn't receive more than 50 percent of the vote.
tics of it, he said. "By not passing ,
the U.S. government is saying it will not "Bush says 'I know China. I know Beij- Eight years later, Chalmers won a seat on the
Bush passed an order in December al- further to condemn what China did ing. I know how it works.' But I think the commission, and served from 1982 until 1988.
lowing Chinese students to stay in the go any could make difference if
action he's taking supports the regime, "The student vote a
in June or what they are doing now.
United States until further notice. "
Wan said. they ever organized, Chalmers said.
Bush's order Chinese students "But I have a question in mind, Feng
Before ; Murphy has until March 13, to organize.
"You should do what the people if
said. this bill does America say
"By ,
with J-1 visas had to go back to China for
two years.The Pelosi! bill would have lifted uphold this basic. fundamental value (of you are looking"for a long-term .relation-
ship with China, Wan said. clarificationThe
freedom ?
that requirement. Most people have J-1
visas, Feng said, including himself. Many UF Chinese students spent the Wan said he hasn't told his parents
The bill would not have given the Chi- last three days lobbying senators to sup-. about his involvement in the movement so six members on the Student Government
nese students more protection: ,"Feng said. port the bill and overturn the veto. the government won't harm them. Replacement and Agenda Committee are not
"Still we have been very active in lobbyingfor "We were up all night long calling sen- "They write, but we don't write about essarily Vision Party supporters. The nect
this bill because it is important to tell ators, including Florida's Sen. Mack who this. implied otherwise on this page Tuesday.

ALLIGATOR FRIDAY JANUARY 26,1990 .. .. .. .. .


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NECK, N.Y. (UPI) An Avianca jetliner A witness said the crash appeared to be the resultof
carrying more than 100 people crashed in rain and mechanical problems."I .
dense fog Thursday night on approach to Kennedy happened to see the plane going very slowly so
International Airport, causing many casualties, I pulled off to the side," said David Johnson. "I really The Hallmark
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Colombian airline Avianca, went down sometime be- "It was obviously a mechanical problem with the
tween 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. in the small,exclusive villageof engine,"Johnson said.
Cove Neck on the North Shore of Long Island about Cove Neck resident Peter Whitelaw said the roads his paws, and
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The National Weather Service reported dense fog anda "And all they're doing now is running up the road with
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An airport spokesman said the plane was carryingmore "It's a narrow road. There are a lot of police, a lot a
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Ben Graber, D-Coral Springs, urged the state program helped 31,000 people find employment and decorations, favors and gifts to
Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services to saved the state $47 million in welfare payments, HRS Register/ to win the choose from
halt the study, which will be funded by state and spokesman Steve Konicki said.It large bear ((2V tall ,
federal funds and a private grant. is the first time the state is denying benefits for Chesnut's.Mated) at y2J8l9O.any/
"We don't need to spend millions of dollars or even research purposes. I 0
one dollar to see what happens to people if they don't The company's leaders said the research project is
get social services. We can see those results every essential to evaluating Florida's ability to get jobs for Downtown Butler Plaza Market Place Westgate
day in our streets," said Graber, chairman of the welfare recipients."It 372-8421 374-8812 378-2789 378-1200
House's HRS Oversight Subcommittee.HRS is impossible to determine if a program is makinga
officials said the project, scheduled to begin difference," said company president Judith Gueron.
this spring, is needed to gauge the success of Project "Without a control group, you would have no idea."
Independence, a $25 million state program aimed at Florida will pay $800,000 for the study. The Ford
training poor Floridians for full-time jobs. Foundation is giving a$400,000 grant, and the federal
For research purposes, 5,500 poor people will be government is matching both amounts.
denied entrance into the program, which offers ser Several state legislators, however said that
vices such as job training, education and child care. deliberately refusing poor people basic social servicesis
According to a Thursday report in The Miami an outrage."I ZIP IN
Herald, a New York consultant will get $2.4 million to do not believe the state of Florida should deny
study those people for three years, comparing their services to its citizens and pay a consulting firm to
employment rate with that of people who enter the see if those citizens survive," Graber fumed.
program. He said Wednesday he would file a bill during the
Services will be denied in a lottery-style fashion to spring legislative session that would prohibit using
between 15 percent and 25 percent of eligible ap- state money to deny services for research purposes. ZIP OUT!
plicants from nine Florida counties. Those people

page 1 DWAYNE SCHINTZIUS' STATEMENTIt Eat fast at last! And eat hearty tool! Visit
il with deep regret that I make this announcement. I am terminating at of this
UF Athletic Director Bill date my basketball scholarship with the University of Florida.No Zipps for the world's greatest 99* burger,
Arnsparger said Schintzius one had greater dreamt for this year than I did. There was no thought of crispy fries,
could retain his scholarship, turning pro after my junior year. I wanted to play this year with Dwayne Davit terrific chili and
but Schintzius relinquished it. Renaldo Livingston and my brother Travii. To share that life experience with Coke!
Schintzius' further plans are Travis would have lasted a lifetime; it was a dream of our family. I helped recruit
not known. all the younger players and I feel obligated to them Kelly. McKlnnon, Livingstonand Zipps. Ya
The Gators have lost all three I apparently no longer pursue that feeling. gotta love itl!
games they have played with- No one can argue that Coach Sloan and Coach Towe were easyo play for, and
Schintzius. He leads the
out to them you had to accept the coach ai the absolute authority and their word as
in and rebound-
team scoring final; but that does not mean you must sail under the authority of Captain Ahab.
ing.Schintzius For the record... I did cut my hair, I did attend class, and can and have maintainedmy
is the third return-
ing member of the 1989 South- weight. '/.IbZIPPSHAMBURGER' .
I have four final comments
eastern Conference RD. .11 .18
I 1)) I acknowledge that I embarrassed both myself and the University of Floridaby
championship team to leave DOUBLE BURGER
this season. All-SEC forward two incidents in my career .... and I apologize to all Catori and my parent for AT
Livingston Chatman left Jan. 14, that; but I cannot accept that my entire four-year career his been demeaning to the FRENCH FRIES .5
citing burnout and disagree- University of Florida. BUTLERPLAZA
ment with DeVoe. Kelly McK- 2)) If you can play for Coach Sloan, you can play for almost anyone, almost CHIU

innon, a reserve guard, quit anyone.
earlier this season for personal 3)) Ai a Senior I am hereby tendering return of my scholarship in the hopes that DRINKS iMa[ sor .66
reasons.In non-scholarship players on the team might benefit. ...
a story published Thurs- 4)) I was excited four years ago to become I Florida Gator and I am still excited
day in The Ledger of Lakeland, to be at the University of Florida. I fully expect 20 yean from now to be proud of
Chatman said he is considering this institution, and encourage anyone to attend this excellent university
transferring elsewhere, possi- I will have no further comment of any kind during this ba.1etball"on.
bly to Minnesota or Georgia Dwayne Schintziui, 1-25-90


Ghost TowerA rs t

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visit inside Century Tower's forgotten roomsBy

VIRGINIA MAYAIf meeting space," he said. "And a series of small
there's one thing this campus is short of, it's auditoriums would be beautifully located there."
; space. Not just parking space-all kinds of space. Today,the inside of the tower is just as it was when
I Why, then, has UF ignored an area that's been the exterior was finally constructed in 1955.
available for more than 20 years inside one of the Stanley West, UF library director in the 1940s,
most prominent buildings on campus? originated the idea of a century tower to com-
The reason the inside of Century Tower is empty memorate the 100th anniversary of the UFs 1853
is probably because everyone has forgotten about it, founding.
said Samuel Proctor, author of"Gator History" and 'When the state Legislature did not grant sufficient 4.i
historian for UF. money to build it, students and faculty began a
"I think the university is overlooking this space fund-raising drive.
right in the prime center of the campus,"Proctor said. Former Sen. William A. Shands was chairman of
So what's the catch?Well, the tower's interior was the fund-raising committee, which finally raised
never completed. enough to build the exterior of the tower.
From the outside, no one would guess Century Proctor said the committee had considered build- r .
Tower was incomplete. But a visit inside tells a ing some type of museum inside the tower."I .
different story. think what they had in mind was one that would
The steps, wooden and rickety, run alongside an chart the history of higher education with specificson tk
empty elevator shaft the elevator car was never the University of Florida," Proctor said. "But all
purchased.Rooms on several floors are empty,exceptfor 'that ever came of that was talk. No effort was madeto
a few extra tables and chairs and a lot of dust. raise the money."
Terry McKinney, who each day plays the carillon Then in November 1953, UF President J.H. Miller
located at the top of the tower, probably knows best died, and the next president,J. Wayne Reitz, did not
how badly an elevator is needed.If take office until 18 months later.These events caused
he's ever late, Mckinney says he has to dart up tower fund-raising drives to lose steam.
the 164 steps and usually is out of breath by the time "We lost a lot of the centennial celebration momen-
he starts playing.An tum,"Proctor said."People were no longer concernedwith
old organ pipe covered with'dusty sheets,some the inside because the exterior looked fine.
old music and some black and white photographs are Proctor said the cost of completing the tower's
scattered in one of the rooms,.Mckinney said. But interior would probably be a multimillion-dollar one,
other than that, the rooms are empty. but said it would be well worth it
Proctor said that although the existing empty "Right now, we have this large area of space
rooms probably could notbe used for storage becauseof available for use, and it's not being used,"he said. "A
weathering and insects,the space is(ideal for other lot of the faculty and students don't know anything
purposes. about the tower or its history. No one even goes
"One of the things I know we need desperately is there.

Top right: The outside of Century Tower Is misleadingly complete. Right: Terry McKinney has to climb 164 steps to the top of
the tower to play the bells because an elevator car was never Installed. Bottom right:1940s library director Stanley West's Idea
for the tower was commemorated on a plaque outside the tower. Below:An organ pipe, trunks and black and white photographs
clutter one room while other rooms remain empty.





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to UF junior Michael Murphy for having the J'

umph to run for a city commission seat. We've been

saying for years that students in Gainesville could band NOW I K" Now

together and get a student elected to the commission if
they tried provided, of course, they had a candidate. !.,

We'll have that candidate if Murphy completes the paper- ./

work and comes up with enough endorsement signaturesby / 0 *4!
noon today. ..

Murphy isn't planning a platform just yet. He says he
wants to be on the commission to keep students aware of
what's going on and make the commission meetings a lit- q ; al r

tle less comfortable. We think he's serious and hope hell

represent our concerns, including better landlord-tenant

DART to U.S. Sen. Connie Mack, R-Fla., for supporting -i

President George Bush's veto of the Pelosi bill. That bill,

unanimously passed by the House and strongly sup-

ported by the Senate in November, protects thousands of
Chinese students from deportation a fact that terrifies

many who fear death in exchange for their involvementin r

the pro-democracy movement this summer.

When Mack was running for Senate in 1988, he stoodin

favor of freedom from communism but he's let himselfbe

influenced by Bush and his henchmen. China officials 'Doogie Howser'In show is a Doggy
hailed the veto and said if Congress overturns it, there
will ramifications Chinese-U.S. relations.
be serious
to hopes of improving the quality of prime-time
We're nervous that Bush's executive order allowing the I television viewing, and filling my coffers with silver -Robert Raulerson
students to stay will change on a whim. Students have to and gold, I've developed a spiffy new concept for a F
be the voice of the future. We owe much to the.Chinese TV sitcom. It's called Doggy Bowser, M.D., and it's AIR TO MAUDLINyou're
students who risked their lives and lost their lives for about a lecherous old geezer who becomes a doctorat
the of 75! and the Fire the
age doing go pull plug on Doogie.
freedom. We should learn from them.
Here's a sneak preview: writers. Send the kid back to school. It's not his fault.
LAUREL to U.S. Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., for support- Female patient: "Doctor Bowser! Doctor Bowser! It's your fault.
ing the bill. He knows the lives of 42,000 students are My throat feels scratchy and I ache all over!" You can't continue to insult people's intelligencewith
more important than Chinese-U.S. relations which needto Doggy: Take off your clothes." this and not pay some terrible price for it,
Female Patient: "My-my clothes?" Network.
be established through its people, not the government.
Doggy: "Yeah baby. Shuck off that nylon and let's Two hundred million Americans sit in their living
see what you look like." rooms every night with their mouths hanging open,
Bubble us inBoth SCENE TWO: waiting for you to tell them who they are. How they
Another Female Patient: "Doctor Bowser! Doctor feel.What they believe.Their minds are in your hands,
Bowser!I turn into a homicidal maniac every 28 days!" Network. And you give them Doogie.
parties involved with Student Government elec-
Doggy: Take off your blouse. Cancel Doogie Network. Please. I'm not to
tions this spring have the idea of publishing teacher "
Patient: "My-my blouse? beg. I'm a peace-loving man.I don't like to hurt people.
evaluations to help students pick their classes. Doggy: "Yeah, I have to check you for breast But right now,I'm sitting in my apartment,drinking
Juan Vitali's Today party wants to publish yearly stu- cancer. Hmnn."No lumps in that one, let's check out cheap wine and watching The Wild Bunch" on my
dent-run faculty evaluations and Michael Browne's Vision the other one. VCR. I'm watching "Straw Dogs "Castle Keep" and

party wants to publish the evaluations and a comprehensive OPERATING DOCTOR DOGGY ROOM STAll BOWSER! REPORT TO THE "Night of the Living Dead." I'm doing push-ups witha
knife taped to my ankle. Did you see Taxi Driver"?
course guide. Doggy: "Okay nurse, pull the sheet off this bimbo
We think that's a great idea. It should tell students a lit- and let's see how she's put together. Oh gag me witha I'm wondering if the gun shop will take this word
processor as a trade-in AK47.
tle more about the course than the course guide that catheter, she must be 40! Say, lissen baby, soon as on an
houses such explanations as "Conceptual and I finish carving this old bag up, hows about you and I will gnaw the bones of your children's children.I'M .
compara- me hittin'some hot spots?You know I'm an importantman GONNA SLIT YOUR ABDOMEN AND
tive study of leadership in a variety of political contexts"for in this hospital and if you play ball with me..." SQUEEZE YOUR KIDNEYS!
POS 3263. It should tell them some teaching practices Stop. Enough. I can't take it anymore. I will not Let's get together on this thing, Network, beforewe
- like if the professor drops the lowest test grade. take it anymore.I'm get together over this thing. Cancel Doogie.

Sometimes many professors teach the same class yet talking to you TV Network.I want you to cancel Have a nice day.
are very different. Some have straight lectures with a bub- Doogie Howser. Today. Right now. Drop whatever Robert Raulerson is a journalism senior.

ble mid-term and others have lots of discussion with LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I

essay exams.
SNAP deserves I feel this could do great harm. covering an extensive area of cam-
Some students are looking for an easy class to fill out
The largest duty of SNAP is its pus. One of these stops is the Reitz
their schedule and others looking for the
are challengingones.
more fundingEditor walking escort service. Due to the Union circular drive it.arrives
To each their own and we think this is something sorority row incident, SNAP was there every half hour.
SG can do that students would appreciate. : I am writing in response to flooded with calls. This increased As an avid SNAP user, I feel it
a letter that ran on Tuesday, Jan. volume was unpredictable,causing is an important aspect in campus
23, concerning the Student the already under-staffed
organization safety, and serves the students as
Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol. to be too busy.It .
alligator well as it can under the circumstances. -
Editor SNAP is an escort and patrol is selfish for callers to assume .
Lucy Chabot service on campus. It is funded by that they are the only people in When a college campus, so rid-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor the University Police Department, need of service. To perform well, den with crime, refuses to fund
Student Government SNAP needs
and Student:: advanced
such a vital I have to
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton Traffic Court The latter two both wait of fifteen minutes is normal. question where program its priorities lie.
Letter claim this funding is not their duty. It is safer to wait in a well-lit lecture This has become a growing con-
An official at SNAP informed hall than to leave
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8 by.10 page). They should be me and walk alone cern of mine as well as other safety-
typed double-spiced and signed! They should Include typed name address and telephone that,at the moment,no student-run after dark. conscious students.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows If have
just cause. you any questions call organization on campus has SNAP
the editorial page editor at 3784458. any also runs an express van Melissa Segel
plans to help fund SNAP in the fall. that.travels an established route 2UFI


TUITIONfrom time in FSA's 13-year history that
page 3 it has supported a tuition in- UF officials support DeVoeBryan
crease, Regents Chairman I
tuition Increase for out-of-state Charles Edwards said he wouldn'tbe

students. Attracting good out-of- surprised if legislators didn't Arnsparger! stress coach's decision-making powerBy
state students is a key to making increase tuition in their session. --
to influence DeVoe he said."If .
Florida's university system one of "It's like politics, and It's politi- RONALD DUPONT JR. ger
the best in the nation, Regents cal suicide to advocate raising Alligator Writer Arnsparger Arnsparger makes a deci-"
sion,then he becomes the coach,
said.The taxes," Edwards said. The stu- SARASOTA No matter what makes a decision, Bryan said. "Arnsparger does not
Regents also based their dents have a very good lobby, a decisions UF interim basketball then he becomes the want to be the coach. And I don't
proposal on a 1985 Carnegie Re- have
good They
very one. an ex- "
coach Don DeVoe makes no want to be the coach.
port that said college students cellent track record." coach.
matter how odd those decisionsmay Arnspargerdoes
who also at the
Arnsparger, was
should pay a larger share of their But even if legislators don't ap-
education. That 25-percent share seem his bosses are not not want to be Board of Regents meeting Thurs-
a tuition increase, students
prove going to him,Interim UF Pres-
stop that DeVoe is
day, emphasized an
be reached if the
can Regents
still will be to attend
paying more
raise tuition by 15 percent each UF in the fall.That's ident Robert Bryan said Thursday."If the coach. And Idon't interim coach, and that UF is now

year until 1997, they said. because the Regents ap-. we have a disastrous season, want to be the in the process of looking for the
"The 25 percent students proved increases in Health and then, well, we will," Bryan said at best permanent coach available.
should pay for it didn't come Activity and Service fees at six of a Board of Regents meeting. coach. Arnsparger also did not com-
out of thin air," Interim UF Pres- the state's nine universities. At Bryan's comments came after ment specifically about DeVoe's
ident Robert Bryan said. "We are UF, students will be paying an several controversies wracked the -Robert Bryan much-publicized decisions.But .
sliding further and further away extra$13.80 next year,as the A&S basketball team from the mys- Interim UF PresidentBryan Bryan, unlike Arnsparger,
from our goal of 25 percent.We've fee was raised 15 cents to$4.75 a terious departure of Livingston had trouble being serious about
dropped from 22 to 20 percent in credit hour and the Health fee was Chatman to Dwayne Schintzius didn't comment specific- the subject.
the past few years. It's not encouraging raised 31 cents to $4. being told to get a haircut. ally about DeVoe's decisions but "These are coaching decisions,"
to me." Increases in tuition and special Since DeVoe's arrival, the team said even though DeVoe is an in- Bryan said. "And now he's made a
But Scales and FSA President fees, however, are not the only has gone from a projected national terim coach,he must be allowed to decision about hair."
Sean Pittman, Florida State price hikes students may see this contender to a cellar-dweller in the do his job. No effort will\ be made Bryan then smiled, stared downat
University's student body presi- fall. The board wants to allow Southeastern Conference.By by Athletic Director Bill\ Arnspar- the ground, and laughed.
dent, said the report'didn't apply each university levy as muchas

very well to Florida. $1 on every credit hour. Dental school fee to reserve placesPROTECT I
"Mr. Carnegie did not live in That charge, which would be
the state of Florida or have to deal used to pay for graduate educa-
with a 160-member board called tion,could raise up to$836,000 at KRISTIN SHEA their first semester's tuition.In .
the Legislature,"Scales said."The UF and more than $3.5 million Alligator Writer The the past, the Dentistry Col-
Legislature never has really sup- statewide.In $200 depositwill lege has not required an admis-
ported the Board's tuition In- a unanimous decision, the Students admitted to UFs Col- into effect in sions deposit and Legler said he
creases,and I don't think they will Regents also approved placing di- lege of Dentistry will soon have to go doesn't believe the new depositwill
this year either." rect support organizations pay a $200 admissions deposit to 1991. have an affect on enrollment."It .
Last year,while FSA lobbied for such as the UF Foundation and reserve a place in the class.
no increases and the Regents the University Athletic Associa- The Board of Regents, the 13- leaving unfilled places that is not unusual for profes-
maintained their 15-percent proposal tion Inc. under the control of member panel that oversees the could be given to other qualified sional schools to require entering
the Legislature compromised university presidents.The nine state universities, approvedthe applicants. Legler said the depositwill deposits," Legler said. "Most pri-
and raised tuition 8 directors or chief operat- charge Thursday at its meetingin force the student to make a vate and public schools do."
percent. ing officers of such organizationswill Sarasota. more solid commitment.The .
The year before that, the leg- now have to report directly to Dentistry Dean D.W.Legler said proposal, which goes into The University of Southern Cal-
islature didn't raise tuition at all, the university president or vice the deposit is designed to cut downon effect spring semester 1991, will ifornia College of Dentistry re-
as FSA had lobbied for. president and submit a quarterly students who choose to go to credit students' deposits toward quires a $500 deposit, Dean Randy
Even though this is the first budget to them for approval. other schools without notifying UF Gates said.CHANGE.



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I organizationtries Protesters strive to inform

to become officialBy campus about COAR's fateBy

DEBBIE CENZIPER something Wright hopes to give UF LISE FISHER tration will know students are serious."
within the next few weeks. Two weeks ago SG agreed to provide
Alligator Writer Writer
Wright plans to read the purpose and Alligator COAR with $3,000 to pay Jean Kilbourne,
The controversial student group that calls preamble of the group's constitution at Protesters moved their signs from the UF voted Woman of the Year by the Boston
itself the white student union will hold its today's meeting to see if the students who Infirmary lawn Thursday to the Plaza of the chapter of NOW, to speak at UF during
second meeting today in its quest to becomea had expressed an interest are serious about Americas after their chants failed to attract COAR Week. At Tuesday night's meeting,
registered organization on campus. joining. Although 26 people have shown many students. student senators upheld a veto overturningthat
The group's founder, electrical engineering interest in joining, Wright said many stu- Fearing that Campus Organized Against funding.
junior Mark Wright, said he hopes to dents are still unsure and have been talking Rape would soon become merely an admin "COAR is being taken out of student
read part of the group's constitution duringthe with their friends and family this past week. istrative branch of the Infirmary, about 20 hands and being put into administrativehands
meeting without protesters interrupting.The "People will be making a really big com- protesters from the Campus National Organization ," UF graduate student and NOW
meeting is scheduled at 6 p.m. in Reitz mitment," he said. "It's not like you're join- for Women, COAR, the Coalition member Lynn Morgan said. Without SG
Union Room B-60. ing a basket-weaving club or something." Against Bigotry and Student Government funding, COAR must rely solely on the
Last week about 60 protesters came to Wright said the group supports issues gathered near the Infirmary at noon. Infirmary and operate under its control.
the first meeting, opposing the group's for- that are important to the white community, "We weren't there to change minds,"said Infirmary director Boyd Kellett said that
mation. Protesters said such a group is like equal opportunity. Joyce Leggette,president of Campus NOW, he's willing leave COAR in student hands,
unnecessary on a predominantly white cam Brett Hodgson, a spokesman for UF police who organized the protest. "We were just despite the SG Health Fee Committee's
pus. The group has caused much controversy said police will not be at the meeting there to educate." September recommendation to have the
because of its stance against because they don't expect any violent pro- Protesters distributed fliers in the Plaza Infirmary fully fund COAR by July 1."That's .
Affirmative Action. testing. Reitz Union security will patrol. all afternoon but never attracted a crowd. between COAR and Student Government
The group wants to be recognized officially "Hopefully this will be a positive thing for "A lot of women and men should have ,"Kellett said. "I have no intentionof
by UF Wright said. But to do so, the the university,and we can build better race been there Sen. Charlie Grapski said doing anything Student Government
group must provide a written constitution relations," Wright said. about the protest. That's how the adminis- doesn't want me to do."

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Monday, UF police spokeswomanAngie UF Physical Plant planning consul-
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The road will be narrowed while Buckman Drive is the latest roadto
construction workers install air- be affected by construction. Last
conditioning water lines to the new year motorists and bicyclists endured
10-40% chemistry lab building next to Library a bumpy Museum Road
West, she said. while workers widened and resurfaced
Although the road, which startson the road, and Union Drive
University Avenue across from remains narrowed while workers
OFFEVERYTHING Northwest 17th Street and curves construct a Student Services build-
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classified ad Move In Special 1829 NW 2 Ave (by O'Dome) & 1222 NW 2bdr/t be apt, $175/mo ft 1/2 util, walking
: 10Up'l on ut 8 Av Now or Fall, Office: 411 NW 15 St. distance to campus, 377.4244. 1.26.4-5
1 For Rent* Furnished 2br/2ba 371 0769

In Person: great roommate floor plan 1 ROOMMATE WANTED:
2 For Rent-Unfurnished
Cash, check MC or VISA. great amenities Oxford Manor NS M/F/ own bed/bath
3 Mobile Homes call for detail 377-2220 $250 month/ 1/2 utilities Call 378.9439
The Alligator Office MOBILE HOMES: Leave Message 1.29.5-5
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.

M-F 8am-4pm SPACIOUS 3 FOR RENT/SALE M/F/ roommate needed for 3bd/2ba/ house
4 Sublease House/Apt./ ONE BEDROOM APT. $175/mo & util 3723695. 1295.5

5 Roommates Main BookstoreHub ONLY $260MO.LYONS 1978 MOBILE Home for sal*. 12 x 58
Customer Service Desk APT 2bdr/1ba fenced yard with shed & awning Jan Free At SPYGLASS NOW 3Bd/3Ba

6 For Sale M-F8am-4.30 pm 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 $4500 neg 373.4202 or 472.2928 OWN BD/BA FOR ONLY $227 A MONTH.

Reitz after 5:30: pm. 22103 PLEASE CALL Chris 335-6671. 1 129.55
7 Real Estate Union Cashiers Office
M F 8 9 Sat noon
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8 INCREDIBLE 75 MOBILE HOME for sale $750 best DESPERATE Lib.rallem. to occupy own
Motorcycles Sun 5
noon pm Efficiency Apt. offer Full size 2br on quiet lot NEW bdr. in modern 3bdr. house in quiet, safe

9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM Starting at $195 / 1 Bedroom BERRY. Call Sieve 371-4291 leave msg area Big fenced yard, no pets. W/D, VCR,

F. 8 am 4 30 pm Starting at $235 2 Bedroom 2153 skylights Approx 2ml N of UF $180/mo
10 Wanted CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE & 1/3 util 3764138 Jon or Martha. 129

11 Services ,*. '"* By Mall: 110 NW 39th Ave 2bdr/1 ba, new wash/dry, screened porch, 5-5

Use forms weeklyin 378.3988 cent air, some 'furniture. bike to campus,

12 Typing Services the Alligator appearing Sorry, no cash by 375.3861 very clean,Call Lee 335.6339. $4900 neg Near UF, large br In large house. w/ fireplace . 215.3 $140/mo 1/4/ util 914 SW 6 Ave
mail MC, VISA or checks only.
13 Help Wanted .
378 1088, 372-3307. 1295.5

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 1/2 MONTH RENT FREE SUBLEASE:
1 1bdr.................$235 SPYGLASS Jan rent free! F lor own
15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard 2bdr................$295 HOUSEAPT.Landmark bdrm/bath, walk.in closet D/W micro.
ONLY Five dollar 4
minimum. furnished add $75. 3711410. $223/mo & 1/3/ util 335-7720, 335.7748.
16 Connections MF8.30.4pm.O 335.9870.
2BR, 1 1/2/ BATH townhouse

17 Notices How to correct 3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF. 201 NW dishwasher, $380 neg, very close to Nonsmk M/F needed to share bdrm in

18 Rides 10th St Wood floors. Cent Ht/Air, Carport campus, pets OK, 338.1042 leave message 2bd/1 bth apt. walking distance to campus

cancel ad: Office: 411 NW 15th St. 371.0769. 129.5.42bdr1 Call 378.1283 for details
19 Pets 1.30.102
/ b. large rooms, carport, wash/dry OAKFOREST M.F Master bedroom in
20 Lost & FoundJ Cancellations: WINDMEADOWS APTS. connections $270/mo. Come by/call 2bdr Apt. $250/mo/ & 1/2 util 3356189.

Call 373-FIND Mon Fri 8. 4 pm. 1.2& 3 Bedroom 1943 NE 16th way, G'ville, ph. 3381984 2.8.10-5

No refund can be glvin Pool, Tennis Laundry 1-2654

2712 SW 34th St. **. 373.3558 M/F N/S to share 3br 3ba poolside condo.

When< will your ad run? Alligator errors: Sublet 1 1bd rm new carpet/refng' unfurnished Micro, wash/dry, Must be neat, studious.
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs WILLIAMSBURG APTS. $225 (rep 280)) & furnished $285 but fun l50/mo/ No gays. Bob 336

Call 373.FIND with any corrections before AVAILABLE NOWIII (rep 330)) a mo 2nd. floor ph 375-3305. 4015. 1.26.35

noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 1.2TH&3 Bdrme 1-265
Classifieds will TWO
begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY Pool, Laundry Rmmt wanted: M to share 2bdr apt 1 blk
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected 1 Block to UF/Shands/ SUBLEASE APT one bd in a 2bd/2ba from UF Call day/night 371.7893 ask forTy

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day 2000 SW 16th St. .** 376.1253 Treehouse$150/mo, Mandi Village or Michelle, pool, .wid.335.7755.(turn, 1.30-5-5

No refunds or credits can be given after
Union or Shands may take placing the ad Changes called in after MOUNT VERNON APTS. 1-3054 F fits/ Own bedroom In 2 bedrm 1 bath apt

THREE days to appear. Ads 1 & 2 Bedrooms Clean & studious $165/mo. & 1/2 util
the first day will not be compensated
Oak Forest Large, beautiful, clean
Pool/Laundry/ Avail Now call Patti at 374-4970 leave
may run for any length of time 2bdrm/2baapt. Walk to UF Pools, tennis 1.30S5ROOMMATEI
Clot to UF/Shand message
Customer or :
and be cancelled at any time. error changes Faces woods Avail. Feb 1 1. Call 338-
2370 SW Archer Rd. **A 372-5389
made at
Corrections be
must in
person 9284 $485. 1
N/S/ quiet & studious
Sorry, but there can be no re- NOON.
The Alligator office.
WASHER/DRYER/ INCL. $200/m own bed & bath, wash/dryer, 1/3
funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee 2 BEDROOM/2/ BATH Sublet Oakbrook Walk lux. condo newest ut & $200 sec Furn condo. Call 3361608.

3 BEDROOM/3/ BATH phase, 2br, 2bath, furn Own room, micro 1-2635F
wash/dry, no sec dip $250/mo./ 1st mo.

OXFORD MANOR free Move in now Feb.July call 375 n/. to share cute, quiet 2bdr/1 1 1/2 ba

377-2776 4541. Amee Bryan. 1.31.5-4 condo near UF & SFCC. Laundry pool, ft
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: FURN. micro. $190/mo. & 1/2/ util 336.4763. 1.
Sublet furn 1bd/lba/ Apt. until April 90
1 FURNISHEDWALK WANTED: N/S/F for own room In 3 bdr Great Ibdr apt In Town Pare, pool, clubhouse $220/mo. Available NOW! 4155 SW 17th 26.3.5F.male

house, call 378-6065. 1.29.5-1 1 for rent Immediately, $250/mo. & PI. Call 372-3276. 1-29-2-4
5 to share furnished 3/2 house
Ulil 335 0870. 1-30- -2
TO UFI Furnished Room, Share A/C and heat, fireplace Close to campusand
Own bed/bath In 2bed/bath furnished mobile
kit/baths ch/ac prefer' 2 grad students home Close to campus, Spring students Casablanca East, 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, like new 5 ROOMMATESBRANDYWINE shopping $185/mo/ plus 1/3 utilities
$190 Includes utilities! 376 6652 378- 338-5635. 1.31-5.5
only $175 & 1/2 utilities 335-9975. townhouse, has w/d screened porch, pool
8122.'SEAGLE $475/mo, f 402, Call 335.0440. WatsonRealtyHelen. Fem : own rm w/wtr bd, Own Bdr In 2Bdr house Furnished clean fully furn 2bdr/1 b. apt Many xtras,
HALL A male co.op with yard 2ml to UFo $150/mo 1/2/ util
$210/mo 1/3 util Near UF 373 0024.
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3blks to UF Single occ w/kit/laundry facilities FOR RENT: WANTED! Male to share -29.8-5 Call 375-7071 or 462-6304 after 6pm. 1.

1002 W Univ 376.9179. 1-2671 2bdr/2ba/ luxury townhouse for 1/2 rent & 31.5.5Studious

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk utll 332.3022 afternoons, 332.0179 eves NW HOUSE 3/2 F/NS large yard, cent
STUDENTS ONLY 2632 naf needed for furn 2bdr/1 1/2
h/ac screen porch, 4 mi. to UFSFCCroom
ba In quiet SW aria W/D, micro. dw.
2 Room Studio Apt. furn partly furn $210 .
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270 $280, unfurn $185/mo. 13ut./ No pel.
Inc. all util 373-4593 Keep Trying. 1.26-4- 2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Pool.Tennis. 3786499 2-1.10-5 5619.$200/mo & 1/2 util! $200 dep. Call 335-

1 Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs, Sauna. Gym and more. 1.31.5-5

Santa Fe Trace Apts 376.1190. 4.30.75. STONERIDGE APT. SPYGLASS One rmmt needed Private F
n10 share 2br/1/ 1/2 ba quiet condo in
Large 1 & 2 br apt neatly furnished no 2 3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 bdr/ba/ 'In 3bdr wash/dryer $242/mo + 1/3 Mill Run
near campus $190/mo/ & 1/2 util
pats, convenient to UF & downtown. $250- 4 30 62-2 util Heidi or Tina 3357174. Leave mes Pool laund & .
micro. Call 336-4763. 1
275 mo. 3765957 1295.1 Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet tag. 1265.5MASTER
washer/dryer/ available In most units for 314 NW 14th St. 2bdr/l be. Sblks from UF, 31-5-5

Urgent, take over lease $15 mo. Cats Allowed 1B-2B. 1 & 2 Bath $285/mo. Century 21 John M.rrlllinc. 372- BEDROOM $149 own bath private HELPI I Need a' fun, friendly female N/S

Remodeled condo across from law school $250-$350, sec & Imr 372.8422. 4-30. 1495. 1-28.1.2 entrance phone and cable hook up In Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bdr/ba
3749609. 75-2 room M or F 3br/apt CALL CALL 371- .
Avail Now[ 377 8034.
2bdr house, iblk from Norman Hall, sublet 9019. 1-2655

Efficiency, furn or unfurn, close to UF, one Arlington Square '. Apts, for the serious until May-renewable, $350/mo. 626 SW LAKEWOOD VILLAS

person no pets quiet, private, patio, free student or professional', next to the Hippodrome 10th St. 378-8452. 2-1-52 JAN FREE: Brandywlne: FN/S needed to M/F NS Roommate needed for own bdrm

cable TV, $225/mo. plus utilities Call. 378- Ibdr from $365, 2bdr from $500, .share a master bdrm, furnished 2bd/2ba Only $180 & 1/3 util Call 336.3879.
2016 12831CENTER uptown living...downtown! 378-\9682. 1- For Rent: Spyglass One bedroom $237/mo only $137/mo 1/4 utilities call 335.\9846. 1262.5
& third utilities Contact Oerlk or Mikeat
31.17.2 one 1.26.5-5Envlromentally
COURT Apts 2bd ceder tiding 335-2530. 1-3032
OWN Bedroom/bath/ In a new apt $175 &
by UF, cent air' very nice, must .... Colonial Oaks 2bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse, aware m/f ns roommate 1/3 util. Loc. SW20thAve. M/F
1210 NW 11 Ave Office: 411 NW 15 St. $325, wash/dry hook up, dishwasher, 3bdr. 3ba roomy apartment with washer, wanted 1 block to UF 1920s house hrd 1.26 25
371-0769. 1305.1 close to UF, 4221.A SW 21 PI 376-3133. dryer, fully equipped kitchen, and all wood fir 3bath 110' + 1/5 utll call 373
amenities Please call 336-4316. 1.30-3-2 .
9145. 26 5 5
31-172 1 FEB. FREEI F to share 2 bd 1 1/2 ba In
*** Great Bargain *** own bd/bth fully
modern twnhse' Mill Run $225 ft 1/2 util.
turn: Luxury apt. close to UF, pool, Block from UF, Large Rooms utilities paid, 4 Bedroom house, 7 acres 2 Archer stall barn Room avail M/F In 3bd/2ba house near Available 'Immid Call 371.4761, 1 1.26.25 -
'Jacuzzi, wt. room, etc $190 4 1/2 util 373- Cox Cable, nice Call Greg 376-3291 garden mile from school on Rd. Polo. Private or share bath, rent neg +
6482 Lv msg 2.1.5-1 $150, .225/mo r.nt 1.26-11.2 $750 per mo. Call and leave message 538- 1/3 util Call Joe or Bosso at 374-8820.
8200. 2+5-2 22105.
Oakbrook 2bdr/2ba. walk to UF, Shands, 2bdrm ibth house on quiet .t.t Fenced
and VA wash/dry, micro, pool and more yard, pet ok, ist/last/dep/lease/ NW Central NICE 1-Bdr Apt.$235/mo Walk to UF. Avail Own bdr/ba, F, 1/2 utll & $21 5/mo., many Classifieds. .

$500/mo./ Call 335-0440. Watson.Realty 3 miles to UFo $385 375.6345. 1.2952 NOWI! Call 376 7998\ Leave Message 2- extras, Regency Oaks, Call Amy 372- Continued on next page.

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get a Roommatel Kind, considerateF 10 spd bike, very good cond. $50, pots, bicycle brand n.w. must sell Attractive Chrome and glass dining set Peavey Patriot electric guitar wood body
I Own rm In 2br house. Walk to UFI pans, ft dishes $30. both neg. MUST Nlshlkl Colorado sacrifice $195. 3-Chrome and glass tables $45... with hardshell case In great shape $150. I.
$150/Mo. Call 371-2918 Leave Magi 1- SELL. Call 371-4989. 1-26-4-6 332-0940 keep trying. 1-30-5-6 Love-seat $75. Twinbed, dresser, desk Call 392-3284 8-5 or 454-1930. 1-30-5-6 I
$125. Twinbed, dresser and nightstand
Wanted: House Keeper to take care of the Dlgltech 8 second delay/sampler. Floor Computer PC comp. monitor, 2 disc $100. Rocking Chair$35. Asst. lamps and Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4-12
apartment. R.nll. $50 a month.378-5179 style with bypass and trigger/hold foot- drives, printer table and software $400. lablel.378.3081.281.8 cabinet channel' switching effects loop
338.08083t5.5 switches. Good condition. $170 or best. Call Tara 3727094. 1-29-3-6 and footpedal, both for $925 obo 377-
3748813. 1-26-2-6 FOR SALE: 25ln. RCA console color TV 5795. 2-6-10-6
LAKEWOOD F to rent den and share New MS-BUS mouse w/ Paint brush $90; $100, dorm carpet-navy blue, short loop,
bath 1/3 util/ & $!SO/mo. Call Carla For Sale: Dresser Drafting Table, ft Cart. IBM PS/2 mouse $30; Mean Streets adv 12X9 1/2 ft. $50. Call 374-8578 eves. SOFA GOOD CONDITION, $200 CALL
A.S.A.P. 335-9451 Iv msg. 1-31.5.5 Excellent Cond. $130 Call 336-3985 Lv. game best VGA graph $30. Call Joe at 1-26-1-6 EVES 376-3316. 1-30-5-6
Msfl. 1-29-3-6 3734782. 1-29-3-6
Room & Bath In 3bdr at Spyglass Apts. Video Camera Canon E80 Camcorder w/ COMPUTER: Apple He: monochrome

$230 plus 1/3 utll. Call 335-5235 any time. Formal dress size 6 for sale' or trade 336- BED twlnsize like new $45. 336-4331 rechargeable ban. and many extras. Only monitorApple Scribe printerAppleworks
2-1-5-5 4331 Sam. 1-26-2-6 1-26-2-6 8 mos. old. Paid $1500 asking $750. 378- ft other software $450 obo. Call Jason
5382. 13036. 3364229. Ross mans 10 speed bike $70.

6-5 wooded smoking.$225/mo/ lor a Call ft areafurnished 2bd/2$100 377-S12S/leave deposit.1/2 ba in No own a pets mes.quiet bd/ba.ft/22-NW no . . .

F, own room In 2bdr apt SW less than
1ml. from UF, i45/mo & 1/3 utll., need
Immediately Call Denise 378-5346 or Iv.


low as $25/mo no $ down
FREE Catalogue over 50,000
customers 1-800-825-7283

Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
brands are all at our New Locatlonl Car Deadline: February 7th
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
2070. 4-30-75-6 Run Date: February 14th


eel, beat and lowest priced car stereo Please follow all instructions to out Love-Lines
alore In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St. fill your Correctly.

9455 TWIN BED 1-31-4' FOR SALE $75 call Leslie 335- 1. Fill out your name, address, and phone number 5. No foreign languages, even if it is a commonly used

completely. This Information will not appear in the phrase. NO EXCEPTIONS.paper .
Rockford, Foegate' Yamaha, Pioneer, and information is completely confidential.
Infinity Kicker Code Alarm. The Bist 6. DO NOT abbreviate Valentine's Day.

Car Stereo Installera In town. Car Stereo 2. If you want something on a separate line, write it on 7. No obscene
to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6 a separate line. language or double entrendres.

8. Please pick up a "Good News" Card at the Alligator
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants 3. There can be no refunds or credits after an ad is
for your dorm or apartment. We de- Lovelines to notify individuals of their upcoming Love-Lines
accepted. are typeset the day they are
liverl Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. message.
377-5265.6 blocks E. of campus. 2-8-20- received, no matter how far in advance of
6 publication date. 9. No extra charge for Love-Lines: $4.00 for 4 lines, any

additional lines ?re $1.00.
CAR ALARMS installed remote control 4. No last names or manner of address which identifies

any car truck or van fully guaranteed will the addressee to a third party can be used in an ad. Deadline for Love-Lines is 4:00: p.m., Wed. Feb. 7th.
demo. Call 336-9193' student Iv. message. NO EXCEPTIONS. Sorry,no ads can be accepted after deadline has passed.


Dressers, Chest, Bookcases, Sofas TV Appearing Wednesday, February 14th
carts, Entertainment centers and at
the lowest prices Gainesville. 371-4422 Must arrive before 4 p.m. Wed. February 7thEnclose

Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave.

2-2-16-6 your check or bring to: Name

COMPUTERPackard and mail to: -'"
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Bell 288, 12mhz, 40mb hard P.O. Box 14257 .t or
drive 5.25 1.2 floppy. 3.5 1.44 floppy, City St._Zip
1mb ram, vga hi-res color monitor, lyr Gainesville, FL 32604 110 W. University Ave.
warr., 4 mths on-slte, $1849, call 335- Phone
1300. 2-20-14-6

Car Alarm,Autopage,Chapman. Hone

and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul, Sher. to place' to,..t.H please' use'this form end follow the instructions, ..ocll, Please bo co-"u''to include..." ,I\nil, you...,.h'o' ay end how wish, '
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wood and more. We Beat All Prices! ,il Requests lor change often' 'the ad ho been o'dtrod mull bo considered, a new.adx'hwmonl 'there con bo NO REFUND AFTER PLACING THE AD The toy.
373-3754. 4-30-69-6 lone of"payment'with odvorliling copy doM not Constitute a binding, agreement'on the pan of Tl,'.'Indlpondonl. 'Florida Alligator, Publish said> copy The accop.'In.
dependent Florida Alligator' '....,..the light'to act mole judge o''the notability, I of any odvtrtmng copy. submitted'for publication, end'.,.....the right"10
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Packard Bell computer with monitor and
Okldata printer includes ATI DOS and Allow 1 space for each letter space& punctuation"mark.Capitols require 1 spaces each
word processor software. $1400 obo.375-
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2327. 1-28-5-6
-No obscene or foreign language. t
Electric Guitars, Krammer focus 2000 Minimum Charge is $4.00 for 4 l lines. -No last names or Identifiable descriptions)
Ibanez Artist each with hard shell cases, Each additional line $1.00 per line. -No abbreviation of Valentino' Day

8.$250 each flrmll, call 336-4502. 1-26-5- NO EXCEPTIONS12.AWGAIDR. -

'.... Queen heater, Waterbed line, mattress: headboard, pad, sheets w/mirror, padded -

I 335-0578.rails, delivery 1-26-5-6 ft set-up $199. Ferron . . .

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CENTERComputers/ 376-1146 pricel' Sofa and desk only $100 anda 84 VW Rabbit, black, 88,000 ml., Accord '80 Auto. 4 door tinted
'ody dltor's choice CompuAdd NorthgateH small washer and dryer at $500 Call 1987 Honda Spree, one sell owner, cond.4100 sporty, excl. condlt., $8500 obo, call Paul wdws. 64k ml. Runs and looks greatl Club
miles Incl. helmet ,
must exc.
ISO. P. Price same or lower than mail- Ivonne at 338-7593 leave a message. 1- leave 335-5496 eves. 1-30-6-9 Fuji bike Incl. Must selll $2900 obo. 335-
$525 or beat offer. 373-3512 mes-
5-8 der. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 30-5-6 7431 2-2-7-9
ems), graphic monitor. ... sage. 1-26-4-8_ Camaro 84 V6 auto PW PB PS AC tilt
1012 1C 288/12. $1 195. Packard Bell 11295, Deall New turbo xt: 640k, 2-360K drives, 400-CC SUZUKI $300 am/lm. A fait clean car In superb cond. 1967 Mustang V8 red new h.p. radials
oop 1C 386SX $1495, Northgate 38S/20/ monochr. graphics 2ier/ 2par/1 game LOW MILES. CALL EVES- Must sell. Asking $3668 obo. 3356132eve. new brakes, dual exhaust, am/fm/casi.
J77- 399. PB 286 laptop whd & battery port clk/cal. Hard drive optional $695 376-3316. 1-30.5.8 1296.9 $2500 Obo. 338.4113/work 372-1911 ask
1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphs Kevin 3725158. 1-305-6 for Sean.
monitor $970.1 1 ft 3 year warranties. CHEVY MONZA '80. Red, Auto, new
1982 Suzuki 550 SOOOmls. full faring, always
ALL Incite warranties. Panasonic 1180 Ladles Hot Pink 5-spd mountain Bike, excellent covered, excellent cond. $1400 call paint, ac, am/lm. Peppy & dependable. 1985 Suzuki Samurl 4X4
inter $185, HP Later Jet lip $1049. condition. Mutt sell $125 336- Mike aft. 3. Asking $1300 OBO. 375-0116. 1-30-5-9 Runs and Looks Great
1110 SW 34th St. / 308 W Univ. Ave. 9051. 1-28-2-6 Must Sell $1600 Firm
3774257. 1-28-4-8
>merks -30.65.11 DODGE ARIES WAGON '88. Fully maintained Call 332.8323. 1-29-29
I .S. Dinette set $55, full bed $60, futon excel cond. Red, auto ac, ps,
Honda 150 Elite Scooter, park anywhereon
ony-Auto Compact Disc Player. Many $165, brass hdbd $35, vacuum $50, king pb, am/fm./ Asking $4600 OBO. 375-0116.
Ion campus, 60ml.hr/ 75ml./ gallon, great
10 WANTEDLocal
soft sided waterbd-8S
atures but no tuner. Can be Installed % wvls $200
070. cond., call for more Info, $1 100 373-
kith current system. $200 OBO like new. Glass end tables $50/pr 45 gal aquarium neg. 1982 HONDA PRELUDE CONVERTIBLE,
75.3397. 1-29-3-6 complete $245. All ..c. condo 3380483. 7041. 1-30-5-8_ 46000 mi., 5 ip., absolutely perfect cond.. Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
1 $5500 firm. Dr. Stein 3734177. 1-26-3-9 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine
Honda Scooter, runs new tires,
[OVING SALE Apple He computer with color monitor and Rob- Jewelry 3739243. 43075.10
(jew queen size Simon bed. new moped, software. Excellent condition. $350. Call good transportation $300. 335-1843 FIAT SPIDER 1980 new top, looks good,
lining table, dek..etc. 3748067. 303-1 Tommy: 3777380. 2-1-5-6 ert. runs great. $1900 obo. For more Info call WANTED: Model around 5'2", 126 Ib for
Diamond Village. 1-29-3-6 371.3189I1udent. 1-26-3-9 photographing with car. Will payl! Call
CT110 $250 excel) student or
j 5' metal desk $65, 3' wood desk $35, large 375-8710, mention case no .90001. 1-
first bike / parking.
18 spd Concord Mtn bike, 5 mo*. old. Top chairs $20, $40, antique record cabinet Call collect 90mpg/Kenny 17529137.55mph easy 2+5.8 75 Camaro 350 V-8 Excel/cond A/C, 26-5-10.
)hape, $180 OBO. Call Mike 376-1728 $25, drafting stool $7. desk chair $10, AM/FM Cassette, new paint Interior and
Leave Message. 1-31-5-6 377-6325. 1-26-1-6 brakes $2700/080.335-2891. 2-1-7-9 Chemistry Tutor Wanted. After 6pm Call
L 9 AUTOS 378-7515. 1.28.2-10

for Sale: Mitsubishi stereo w/ CD and 7 REAL ESTATEReal tenseness 1980 Toyota Coronal Luxury Edition, 4-
ape deck 150 watt, 1 twin bed wframe.. 83 Renault Hatchback 5 spd, fm/ctit, dr, 5-spd, a/c, stereo good cond. 108000- SERVICESNW
f all\\ 335-1683 will take best offer 1-31- leather/dlx Int. blk, convrt top $1750 or ml. Asking $1300. 392-7923. After 5pm 11
Estate Licensing Course, Sat.
i-6 only 3356217. 1-30.4-9
belt offer 375.3030 Iv 1-26-6-9
12.30-6.30: : 7 day crash course Feb. 12. Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
VATERBED Queen with heater, 2 mo. Real Estate Appraiser,starts Feb. 27,The 88 CRX-il AC AM/FM Cassette 4-spks, near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 s 20 from
pld, $125 OBO. 375-6529. 1-31-5-6 Florida Center. 3712787. 84 Nissan 300 zx Turbo, silver, fully sun roof, fu.lnJ.ctlon., Alloy wheels, like $20,10% disc to students. 332-8917 4-
loaded, every option, leather Int. digital' new. Andrea 373-8124 Lv Msg. 30-75-11
NOW SKI- Pre 800 UVC 200'i. Brand bdr/1 be Condo for rent, Lease or w/ option dash, great cond., 95k miles $7200 obo.
to Buy. Washer/dryer Hook up. 335-0791 Karl. 1-26-4-9 72 914 Porsche, new paint, new engine
hew $100 OBO. 336-7292. 1-
un-open $300/mo. Call Sue at 372-5375. 1-26-6-7 Must Sell $2500 OBO 377-5535 Leave *FREE*
0.3.11 75 MUSTANG 11'' Message. 1315.9 Pregnancy Test
Own Instead of rent: Condo for sale, Gr.altranlportatlonl!
Master with 4 $75. Gainesville Women's
klto Bega Systems Commodore game 2bdr/2/ 1/2 ba, poolside energy off ic., A-1 $650 OBO. Call 371-8165 '84 Mazda B 2000 Sipd. AC. tinted windows HEALTH CENTER
many game cond., priced SouthFork Leave 1-26-4-9
right-terms. Mug. cond. $2500
ball ciis/equlzr great
335-0879 after 4:00. 1-30-3-6 720 NW 23rd Avenue
OakI373.4347. 1-31.10.7 OBO. Call 372-9907 after' 200pm.: 377.5055

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explains the step-by-step manner In which 10 place an ad and will help I I I TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
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I Futl/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1-
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University Ave., between 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays. Our trained, friendly f = : students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.
staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I I I I I I I 5. 4-30-75-11
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"remote" locations. ; I I r" I I I I I- !i : Internationally known beauty photographer -
Bill Home. Get a free potter print.

ON CAMPUS LOCATIONS: I i A' 377-0583. 13115.11

Location Day Hours. I 1 J I I I I 5 with Free award Poster winning" with any photographer glamour session Bill

Main Bookstore, Hub I I 1 I I I J !; style.Home.377-6583 Studio or See location.the display Glamour now.with 1-

Customer Service Desk . M. F 8 am 4 pm I I !' I I I I
Free dental screening & x-rays, senior
Medical Bookstore, Shands .. UF 8am.4pm I 1 I I I I OFFICE USE ONLY dental student looking for board patients,

R.ltz Union, Cashier' Office M. F Sam-glom Ip.Chi. tree filling A or cleaning If you qualify. Call
332.5849 Iv. name t number. 1-30-5-11 1

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Sun Noon 5pm 1 *SUNBELT MOVING*

CLASSIFICATIONS <." ,{Cft.clc'oft..)) ';.}: ::,:-t.RATES'i'; < Professional Moving/Packing/ a Supplies.
1 1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. Llc/lns.
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this form to Alligator
use place
Circle Priced for Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4-
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instructions exactly. Be careful to Include everything you wish 10 say. Re- _1.'or Mont: Furnished 11. Services 30.75-11
2. for Rot: Unfurnished _12.Typing Services
quest for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a Day-S41.00
_t. Mobile Homes For Rent/Sale/ 13. Help' Wanted
new advertisem'lnt. THERE CAN BE NO Sublease HouselApt. Business STOP
:3 _1.00
AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error, The Alligator Is -:: Roommates -1s.: IPlr.on'I' Days Accepting new pts emerg .

responsible ONL V for the FIRST Insertion. Do not use foreign language, =.. For BII. 1e.: Connections : Days-Days..11.00 13.00 Adult cleaning $28. child $18 .
double-entendres, or manner of address which identifies'the addressee '. Real' Estate. 17. Notices ((4)Wisd.) tee. $325, ((3)Wlsd.) tee. $250,
10 a third party The acceptance of payment with advertising copy does :_'. Motorcycles I =,.. Rides Additional. Days ((2)Wlsd.) t... $200
Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC. V, AE
_' Autos _18. Pets
not constitute a binding agreement on the part of The Independent f2.DO..eII.
O. Wanted _20. Lost found Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.H.
Florida Alligator to publish said copy. The Independent Florida Alligator T. Goniouhln, DDS, 372-9521
reserves the right to act as a sole Judge of the suitability of any adver- I c STERCARD C VISA EXP DATE: Additional. lines

Using copy submitted for publication and reserves the right to edit revise, CREDIT CARD '1.00 etch line.each day 1

delay or submitted. _AU'11oo.0_
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14,ALUGAlbri.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26.1990


turn, clothing, household goods? CENTER/ Typing 3364936. Full Plus Notes Are you an 'A' student, do $125 to persons Infected cuts, COMPUTERS terminals & pc's, buy, sell,
Great bargains w/ layaway plan avail & self service computing. Typing starts @ you take excellent notes would you like scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY
Weeks Flea Market, State Road 26, 3mi 1.50/pg/ Resumes $6 Self service to earn while you learn, if so then call study. Blood test required. Call 331- CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 4-30-
west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open resumes $2.50/hr 15page./ Laser 371.8954. We are still looking for students 5379. t-31-17-13 75-14
Sat & Sun 472-2061 2-9-20-11 typeset graphics spell check theses In following' classes: ADV 3501,

papers special characters employment APB 2150, APB 2151 AMH 2020, ANT BRANCH OPENINGS* TONS OF SPECIALS!
PRO DJ SERVICED databases mailmerga training. 2149. ANT 2402, ANT 2410, ANT 3511, Sweatshirts 50 only $8.00 ea.,
Reasonable rates, excellent tunes, pro WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC, 4-30- AST 1002, CAP 3802, CDA 3101, CHM 100 only $7.50 .a. 1 color print
equipment. Give CJ a call at 375-8483 65-12 1020 CHM 1021. CHM 2040, CHM 2045, S131hr we train: National coatings .1 1 side. Call now for other specials...
and Iv a msg. 1-31-10-11 I CHM 2046, CLP 3144 COC 3110, COC franchise expanding, Full/part time. ZODIAC 4663333... 1-26-5-14

Pickup/Del./ Typing and wordproc. near 3400 COM 1000, COP 3110, COC 3400. LABOR ft MGT. POSITIONS AVAIL.
COM 1000, COP 3110, EUH 2001 FIN Potential to own your own business
quality service.
MOPED CITYPick campus Call for Immediate interview 15 PERSONALSLADIES
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol 3408, GEO 2200 GEO 2201, GEO 2420
GEO 2500, GLY 1000, HIS 2464. ISM 813-886-7151
up/Drop/ off.1/2/ oft now 373-4464.
1-31-16-11 3011, ISS 2120, JOU 3100, LEI 3830, 1-31-17-13 MAKE MONEYWe
Typing Laser Typesetting MGF 1202, MMC 2100, MMC 4200 PET buy & sell good used clothing,

Problems in Math? Then call Greg at 377. resumes reports* letters till, etc. 3320. PHH 2101. PHI 2100 PUR 3000. WAITRESSWAITERParttime Call Second Act. 3738527. 4.30.75-15

7415 or Alex at 3713998. Professional 376-5465 3500 W Univ Ave. PUR 3101, REL 2001, REL 2240 RTV days, nights Experience nec
Alachua Word 2100 SYG 2000, and SYG 2430. We are FREE SELF DEFENSE for UF students -
and Reliable Tutoring offered. 1-30-5-11 I Processing. 2-12-20-12 essary. Apply 2-4pm Mon-Frl. SNUFFY'S
specially looking for ANT 2410 AST 1017 W. Univ. Ave. 1-29-3-13 staff faculty' 5:30: pm 7:00: pm. T-Th-F

Door and Lock Installation and Repair. Put It In Writing. Fast, Accurate, Reliable 1002. COM 1000, and PET 3320. Call Florida Gym basement. 2-1-5-15
Call Joe at 376-4339. 1-31-5-11 Service. Masters in English; Will correct 371-6954 If interested.
spelling & edit 24-hrs 373-1937. 2-1-6-12 EARN $35This HAND CRAFTED JEWELRY

Group for UF students of alcoholic parent- Fraternity & Sorority members earn extra week for new donors for 2 plasma Sunday Feb. 4th 1:00-5:00: :
/ 8wk / Feb-March. money. National party favor Leonardo's Bagslville
age Contact Ms. Quicksilver WP company donations on our new automated machines
Myers-Arkln 3920731leave message by 24hr/ 7day Pickup/ Del.EdIVProoISp.IIGuar. looking for sales associates. High commissions Special bonus programs each 1245 W. University. 2-2-5-15
1/26. 1-26-2-11 I / 3786515. 2-2-7- work your own hours. 1-800- month. Free refreshments' free parking.
12 4448484. 1-26-5-13 Experienced staff serving you since 1969. MEXICAN HAMMOCKS

MOVING? Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 Sunday Feb. 4th :00-5:00: :
Resourceful student w/ full size' truck will Great Typing! English maj/ret. court rptr Experienced Basketball Officials needed. SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8-7 Sat. Leonardo's Bagelville
beat any price in town. 336-9461 3-8-30. $3.50 per hour semesterly/ raises.
19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel. 8-2. 4-30-73-13 1245 W. University.! 2-2-5-15
11 Come by Room 214-FLA for Info
spellg/proofg/ From $1 ,25 Call Jill Gym or
call 3920581. 228.13
377-9908. 2-28-24-12 BUSINESS
Sunday Feb. 4th 1 1.00-500: :
SCRIBE SERVICES ComputerLaserTyping Now Leonardo's Bagelville
accepting applications (for Resident 14 PERSONALSA
12 SERVICESYOU Graphics, Editing & Publication Assistant petitions for the Fall 1245 W, University.SPRING.
Design 818 W. Univ. Ave. 377-6170 2- 1990 Semester. Applications availableat
either the Housing Office or all residence 1.
WRITE, WE TYPE hall area offices. Applicationsare PLUS RAISE IN ONLY 10 DAYS BREAKBahamas
Business, Legal Personal Reports Student frats and sororities
13 HELP WANTEDTypist due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to the groups 3nt $189, Jamaica 3m $289 Ski
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. Division of' needed for marketing project on campus.
Housing Office. For further Snowshoe WV 3nt $169. Key West 3nt
G'ville Handicapped Typing For details plus your FREE GIFT Group
Information contact the Staff & Student avail. $39 holds spot!
3787179.. officers Call 1-800-765-8472 EXT 50. $139. Extra nts your
Development Office at 392-2161. 2-2- Breakaway Tours 3776369. 2.18-18-15
Computer literate person needed to help 19-13
type Alligator classifieds on Tuesday &
TYPing reports business legal Thursdays, 4 6:30 pm. Must be depend
resumes cassettes transcribed applications EARN $100 MONTHFor
able. Fill out application at The Independent
letters A notary .etc. Available Florida Alligator, from 9.4 pm, Mon. your plasma donations. Our fully automated
24 hours/7 days/372-2777/ 43075.12 Fri. EOE/AA system la safer and faster than DAILY CROSSWORD. PUZZLEEdited

manual centers. Air conditioned Special
Typing $1.00 pg. mm, 500. Reports, AVON 3758967Sell bonus with this ad Call for appoint by Trude Michel Jaffe
Theses, whatever, Grad School P.T. List. Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. ment.
WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4-30-75- Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13 Alpha Plasma CenterM ACROSS 5 Over 40 Fish dish 51 Carpet fiber

12 .F 9:30.5:30: : Sat 9:30.2:30: : 1 Aide to a V.P. 6 A coach's 41 In which the 53 Once around

Opportunity To Earn $. Need someone in 9 SW tat St. 378-9204 5 U.S.N. VIP fantasy scene Is set the track
.. GATOR TYPING moved & lowered prices. food science field to help, In the develop 8 Dickens hero 7 Antony 42 Italian painter, 54 Exam for law
Laser printer Resumes $12 & up. Page ment Of a new food product; 335.7414 Lv 13 A dozen, to 8 Air tube circa 1500 school: Abbr
discounts 1-31-17-12 avail. Days & eves. 3734584. Msg. 1-31-5-13 EARN INSTANT CASHI Debate, English, Juan 9 Brief vacationer. 43 Heraldic border 55 Massachusetts

Forensics, law, speech majors. Feb 15, 14 Web 10 Comparative 46 Timorous fish
Work 18, 17 at Reitz Union. Contact Dr Bar.
College Study (only) $5 00/h evenings
ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect bara Williamson Brevard 16 Emits smoke ending 47 Entrusted 56 Raided therefrigerator
ft College
Saturday Telephone Survey Inter Community
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English B.A. Ripp 376-3649. 1265.13 18 Prefix with 12 Poetic Mary andNancy 57 South American

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& children 3.12 27 Brit dictionary 26 "_ yellow 0 E SOT O. T I NIT. .

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VOCALIST needed to join CHAOS I Local Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great for UF students of alcoholic parent FOUND: keys on bench next to vending
hardrock/metal band. M or F to audition a prlcea-reg or rx .ungla..... The Optical age/8 wk./Feb.-March./ Contact Ms SWITCHBOARD machine at McCarthy Hall. 336.0046. ,-
Laboratory 378-5563. 818 SW 4 Ave. 1 .
Myers-Arkln. 392 0731/ leave .
gig ASAP. Call 377.4087. 129515We messageby 332-0700. Hrs. Info/Referral.' 28-3 20
block from Ala Gen. 43075.15 1/26. 1-29-7-15 4-30-75-16

need leadership TODAY. 1-26-3-15 Natural Foods and Vitamins Lost Gold Necklace on or near Tolbert
Birkenstock Sandals. RUSSELL SWEATSIn EYE EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease Area. Offering large Reward) Call 395-
MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich specialw treatment. 28 years exp. Dr J. Beckum 8803. 1-31-5-20
Sunflower Health Foods twenty colors on sale nowl! Basle pants
/ free 16oz drink. BAGELS UNLIMITED 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 ft tops $12,68 each Gainesvllles's most optometrist. 917 W Unlv Ave. 378.1288.
1820 W Univ. Open 7am to 7pm. 29-13- 43075.15 complete selection. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1-31-17-16 FOUND: Turquoise earring In front of Reitz
Union on Jan. 27. 377-4963 1-29-3-20
1504 NW 13th St. 3727836. 1-265-15
BM seeks tall skinny WM for friendship
PREGNANT? Don't Get Immediatetest
guest POBOX 5223 GNV 32802. 1-26-5-16 Found Sunglasses at Business Rm 104
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LSU next for reeling GatorsBeset

by absences UF faces 16th-ranked Tigers In

a classic Southeastern Conference showdownBy

average 15 points and 11 reboundsa
Alligator Writer Last game.
year, UF won Roberts and O'Neal should havea
The Louisiana State basketball
field day against Davis ((6-7)),who
team's front line stands at 7-foot-l, its first conferencetitle
will play center, and forwards
7-0 and 67.UFs .
by beating LSU Stacey Poole ((6-6)) and Hosie
line stands 6-7 6-4
front at Grimsley ((6-4)).Davis is the Gators'only
Baton This
at Rouge.
and 6-6.
true forward of the three as
Considering the turmoil the Ga- year, the Gators Poole and Grimsley normally play
tors have gone through this sea guard.
son, that may be the good news travel there under

about Saturday's matchup betweenthe "I'm with LSU "
much different cir- very impressed ,
two Southeastern Conference UF interim coach Don DeVoe said.

rivals. cumstances.almost "They really appear to be a hus-
Last season,UF captured its first tling team especially their big
SEC regular-season title by beat vanished with
completely guys. They are all over the floor
ing LSU at Baton Rouge, La. Now the loss of their two leading scor defensively." P
the Gators travel to the bayou fora
2:30: p.m. nationally televised ers.The absence of 7-2 center Front-court domination won't be
game under much different cir Dwayne Schintzius and 6-7 forward the Gators' only problem, as All-
cumstances.The Livingston Chatman, who both America guard Chris Jackson re- r
Tigers ((12-4 overall, 4-3 in quit the team, has changed the turns after scoring 48 and 53 pointsin 9 '
the SEC), are ranked 16th in the complexion of a game that might his two meetings with the Ga
latest United Press Internationalpoll have been a preview of the conference tors last season..Jackson averages
while the Gators ((6-8,2-5)) are tournament's title game. 28 points a game.
struggling to salvage their season. Of the Gators squad that com
"(Playing this game) is some- peted in last season's 104-95 victory Garcia, who guarded Jacksonlast
thing we all have to be optimistic over the Tigers, only three year, will get the assignment
about,"junior guard Renaldo Gar players from that team (Garcia, again this season."I .
cia said. "We have to believe we Dwayne Davis and Brian Hogan)
are going to come out with a win, will be playing in Saturday's game. think you have to offset his
or it's no use going up." LSU is heavily favored to performance," Garcia said. "I don't
A year ago, both teams were trounce the Gators, boasting two have an answer on how to stop ADRIAN DENNIS
battling for the SEC title, but the 7-foot starters in Stanley Roberts him but you certainly have to frus- UF forward Stacey Poole, stretching for a rebound Wednesday
Gators'title hopes this season have and Shaquille O'Neal, who both trate him on the floor." against Vanderbilt, will be needed Saturday against LSU.

I Auburn trip couldbe Tennis teams open spring season:

test for gymnasts i Women home at SEC eventThe

By SHARON GINN bly will be 12-20 members on men
UF's side."These.
Alligator Writer kids are used to third-ranked UF women's tennis team opens its dable front lines in April Delley and Sheila Johnson. Delley
I The UF gymnastics team, 6,000 to 7,000 people in the spring season against two state rivals this weekend at the leads the Lady Tigers with 17.5 points a game and also
3-0 this season,will face a big stands," said GGG director Varsity Courts. The Lady Gators play host to Rollins on pulls down 8.3 rebounds a game, but USA Today reportedin
test of its abilities this week Mary Francis Sheppard."It's Saturday at 1 p.m. and Florida State on Sunday at 1 p.m. Thursday's editions that the frfoot-3 senior has been
end when it takes its first difficult for them to competeon And if last year's results are any indication, neither team suspended indefinitely for undisclosed reasons.
road trip of the road presents much competition. UF swept both schools 9-0. Johnson adds 11.1 points and 8.4 rebounds a game

the 1990 The when they Swimmers In Tennessee ...
campaign.Saturday. I Gators set don't have The UF swimming and diving teams will travel to Knox-

their first the support AROUND ville this weekend for a long-awaited rematch with Tennessee. -
the Gators out on have at
SPORTSRollins The ninth-ranked men ((7-3)) and third-ranked women
will meet Auburn road meet of the home. ((11-1)) will take on the Volunteers Saturday at 1 p.m..
f a The Ga-
schoolCoach season. tors may returns four players from last year's 13-10 team Coach Randy Reese said a win over the fourth-ranked
Er- need all the and has only seven players on its roster. FSU, winless in Tennessee men, last year's SEC champions, will dependon
nestine Weaver does not support they can get. In the 29 tries against UF, is ranked 12th in the South Region. the Gators swimming some fast races.

enjoy traveling to, partially past,road meets consistentlyhave Lady Gators coach Andy Brandi said several people will "It'll be a really good meet," he said. "If you look at our
because of lower atten been low-scoring for see time at No. 1 singles this season for UF,giving chancesto times, well need to swim a lot faster than we have so for
dances. the gymnasts. And other freshman Andrea Farley and juniors Nicole Arendt and this year."

UF averages about 3,000 teams' fans sometimes are Holly Danforth. Last year,the Gators men pulled out a close 58-53 victoryover
Meanwhile, the men's team is looking to prove it will be the Volunteers in also
people for each home meet. not polite. the final relay. The UF women
in the SEC and six members of the team will
pushover ,
topped Tennessee 77-61 in
Auburn ((0-2)) gets only hun Despite what lies ahead that meet.
have a chance to assert that point at the SEC Indoor
t dreds. the gymnasts anticipate a Championships this weekend in Nashville,Tenn. Reese said despite the close rankings of the two women's
meet. teams- the Lady Vols ranked fifth the Gators
good Lady
"We're out there to perform are -
Freshman David Blair, ranked 14th in the latest college
for the audience as "Auburn is sort of in the rankings and second in the SEC,freshman Bruce Haddad, should have no problems defeating Tennessee.It .
much as we are to win," same position Kentucky sophomore Gary Finnegan and senior Rick Holton will play would be tougher for the UF women if they had to
Weaver said. "So when you (which they defeated last singles. Blair and Holton also will play doubles together, swim against Vanderbilt today as scheduled, but the meet
go into the gym and there's weekend) is," said junior as will sophomores Warren Brooks and Jeff Mager. was canceled because of what Reese described as"a mutual
no one in the audience, it's Tracy Wilson. "We just can't Lady Gators face LSU forfeit.

very hard" for my girls to deal get too nervous and mess it Its road woes increasing with every venture away from ... as are track teams
with it. up." the O'Connell Center the UF women's basketball team The UF men's and women's track teams head to Johnson

That's why the Gator Gym- "It will be fun to get to our heads to Cajun Country on Saturday for a game against City, Tenn., this weekend to compete in separate eventson
nastics Gang is going. first (road) meet and start Louisiana State. the East Tennessee State campus., .
Members of GGG travel to the real season," senior all- The Lady Gators stand at 10-7 overall and 1-3 in the SEC The Gators compete in the Kodak Invitational today and
road meets when they can, arounder Karen Brennaltsaid. following a 84-71 loss Wednesday to Alabama. Saturday,while the Lady Gators will participate in the Bud
c or send flowers when they "We're going to go out Junior Sophia Witherspoon leads UF in scoring ((17.1 Light Invitational on Saturday and Sunday.
can't. This weekend, there, and the scores we get points) and steals ((2.1)), Alligator writers Guerry Smith Gregg Doyel Sharon Ginn
Sheppard said, there proba- are what we get. LSU, 13-3 overall, boasts one of the SEC's most formi- and Joseph Todd contributed to this report.r ;