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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 91 MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1990 voters.. 5

I Two arrested, two sought for Willis slaying I IBy I

MIKE BRUSCELL woman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. being held without bond. week, said a third suspect admitted to driving
Alligator Writer "It's a Rood possibility it may be the Police believe Albritton Jones and two the car during an interview Thursday.The .
weapon used in the incident," other suspects intended to rob case is expected to go before a grand
Two Gainesville teen-agers were arrested Darnell said. Willis and his friends on the jury within the next two weeks, and it is
late Thursday night and charged for the Paul Lenard Jones, 19, was 1900 block of Northwest First likely Albritton will be charged as an adult,
murder of UF graduate Ronald Worth Willis, arrested while in the Alachua Avenue behind the Pi Kappa Register said.Darnell .
and two other suspects connected to the County jail for an unrelated Alpha fraternity house. said police interviews with
murder are expected to be arrested soon, shooting at a bar on Northwest Shortly after a.m.,one of the witnesses who saw part or all of the incident
Gainesville police said. Fifth Avenue Jan. 20 unidentified suspects parked a and tips received over the phone led to the
Alexander M. Albritton, 16, was arrestedat where he fired a shot into a borrowed 1981 Buick Skylark arrest of Albritton and Jones. The two other
11:30: p.ra at a family member's house on crowd. No one was injured. behind Willis' car, police said. suspects are expected to be arrested after
Northwest 10th Street, where police founda Police believe Jones Thewouldberobbersgotoutofpunched detectives finish work on Albritton and
.25-caliber, semi-automatic handgun they Willis' friend in the the car and began arguing with Jones' cases, she said.
believe was used to kill Willis. face before Willis was shot, Willis, Darnell said. Willis, a Pi "It's just a matter of paperwork," Darnell
Police won't know for certain if the bullet Darnell said. Jones Kappa Alpha member, was shot said. "They've got a lot of follow.up to do on
that killed Willis was fired from that gun Albritton is being held in shortly after. the main suspects."
until tests are completed within the next the Alachua County Juvenile Detention Center State Attorney Len Register, whose office see Arrests, page 4
couple of weeks, Gainesville police spokes- while Jones remains in jail. Both are began investigating the murder late last
UF police to improve TRAGEDY REMEMBERED .


relations with blacksy I

I By GEOFF BOUCHER "It's perfectly constitutional fora I
officer to ,and
Alligator Staff Writer police stop you you
shouldn't mind when he does,"Stevens
UF police Chief Everett Stevens said."If you live in the United
said Friday that complaints from States of America and you're 18
campus blacks about police proce- years old, you've probably been Owl. 1111-1 ....
dure are a product of misunder- stopped for one thing or another." ANAL Vii. %
standing,but he also said steps are, But some black students say
being taken to make sure relations they are stopped more often then
improve in the future. their white counterparts and in dif Itra.I .
Stevens said establishing a stu- ferent ways. David Padgett the
dent advisory board, enrolling officers Lt. Cmdr. of the Loyal Fraternal
in cultural training programsand Order of the 99, a national non- .
.... .
publishing complaint proce- Greek organization promotingblack .-
dures are some steps UF police will interests said UF police .-. -, .... ._ -
take to improve race relations. Ste- need to watch the way they ap- .. '-_ ': -
vens said the effort will make his proach people."If .
department more understanding. they could just explain things .v """ :.
"Anything we can do to make when they stop you, if they say ,

ourselves more responsive and There have been burglaries in the ", .,. ."'.... ..,
more efficient is worthwhile," Ste- area'when they talk to you and tell -
vens said. "If there is a perceptionthat you in a polite way, it would make
there Is a problem, then we things better," Padgett said. "But ...-.' --.
have to do something to learn some police have a bad attitude
.why." toward blacks and it comes right '- .
Stevens said police aren't the off when they talk to you. They
only ones who have some learningto need to be professional" KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOH
do. He said better understanding Stevens said UF police work on Robin Harris places wreaths in the Atlantic Ocean near Alan Shepard Park in Cocoa Beach
' of police procedure by campus their approach and their mannerof Sunday, at a memorial ceremony remembering the seven astronauts who died in the Shuttle
blacks would have eliminated a dealing with people.He also said Challenger explosion Jan. 28, 1986.
majority of the complaints made
the past few months. see Complaints, page 10.

..1 Report.A. says. Florida needs two more universities I

' private firm for the Florida Postsecondary crowded universities will be Tampa's University Charles Reed said.
By Education Planning Commission, said thata of South Florida, Miami's Florida "It will really depend on the Legislatureand
Alligator Writer new university is needed in southwest International University, the University of people of Florida," Reed said, referringto
Florida needs at least two more public Florida near Naples and another on the east West Florida in Pensacola and Florida Atlantic the tax increase that will be needed.
universities by the year 2000, or it will face coast near Stuart, 40 miles north of West University in Boca Raton.
said if is
Reed that there no tax increase,
massive problems of having too many stu- Palm Beach. Further, the University of Central Floridain the Board of Regents, the 13-member panel
dents and nowhere In the state to send them, Planning for these universities needs to Orlando and UF will be nearing capacityby that oversees the nine state universities,will
"" according to a state-commissioned report begin now, the report said. 1993. And by the year 2000, statewide not "dilute the quality" at existing universities
.s By 1993, four of Florida's nine state uni- "Left unattended, the decision about enrollment will be up 36 percent over 1990's by taking some of their money to start
versitles will be as much as 34 percent where to place new institutions will be de- figures. new places of higher education.The .
overcrowded, and by 1995, all but five of
Florida's 28 junior colleges will be over termined by who holds political power at the But citing statistics for new universitiesad money for a tax increase is available,

I capacjtf,,. the.report.also sIi l i 4elpjfl .. time of tho decision:U said. actually> getting then are.two different< see VnKwtitlm. page 4 1
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now strictly "bring your own bottle"events, The Daily program, Bell said, because of health risks and other n.xnmwanr FDA AWKOVIOTfMNOt OLy'r.nninmn, I v vvvvv4
Illini i reported. dangers associated with being gay.

Late last semester the Board of Fraternity Affairs, Bell said the support group will not include counseling : i EYEGLASSESLenses ;

made up of Interfraternity Council executives and for lesbians because the UNL Women's 2:

faculty members who are alumni fraternities,votedto Resource Center already offers a similar program. eCI : :
strengthen the regulations developed by fraternity G FSU on measles alert : & Frames $49 :

presidents earlier last semester. Florida State University administrators and health ) from a
members and will have to officials have established measles immunizationclinic : Most pairs in One Hour :
Fraternity guests bring a .
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they are at least 21 years old to parties. Once inside, les last week, the Florida Flambeau reported.To : EXPRESS5=. (oMMKteMiy. (N':::.l :

a bartender will keep their alcohol and dispense it to prevent further cases on the Tallahassee : 04E !HOUR! SEAYILE I 332-3937 | | 33 1232 | j
(them. People under 21 can attend parties but cannot pus, the Department of Health and Rehabilitative eam-I ....(Ri.,M f.r.Tx....................I
bring alcohol. vices Leon County Public Health Unit

The new rules were passed because of pressure all FSU students, faculty and staff demonstrate proof I| oorn [FREE GLASSES ;

from the University's administrators and fraternity of a physician's diagnosis of measles, two measles
insurance companies to reduce the liability of fraternities vaccinations, or receipt of a measles vaccination : Buy one pair at Reg. Price, I
for alcohol-related accidents or injuries.J within the past 30 days. morns : get the second pair or a pair
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UNL forms gay support group FSU's Student Health Center will temporarily :
(some restrictions apply) 1offer
This month the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will reduce services other than measles immunizationand : .....P.wi.q x l"Piew 1
form a support group open to male homosexual students establish a clinic to provide vaccinations and = I :=EYEGLASS Nt.bt.l Square I.U" Pima j je
the Daily Nebraskan reported. verify immunizations. s : EXPRESS=" '"avvrr' ) vzz 1

Rodney Bell III, chairman of the University of Anyone who does not meet the HRS recommendations I : : S/tahTM H' [ I 332.3937 I I 315.1238 I j
Nebraska-Lincoln Gay/Lesbian Alumni Association, will be kept from class and/or work beginningthis j .....,/ ......................

said the program, which will operate through the Friday. 1

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Earth wisdom: Lou Gold speaks apply as an official for intramural 6 in Turlington Hall Room L007. Call s I gone leper" Plru.q* _
tonight at /' in Wcimcr Hall Room Softball and women's soccer. Con 3929456. I : =-:EYEGLASS N' ....b..rry Squra lullerriiaHwn.Nt.tany a
1064) on "lessons from the Ancient tact the Recreational Sports Depart- Transcendental meditation: 1 I EXPRESS=" Rd a Men) pr-i0Aarr Rd 'wbw) ,s
I orcsi. Earth Wisdom in Politics." ment Intramural Office at 392-0581. Free introductory lecture, sponsored I : ONE[HOUR. SERVlC[ r-371: :; :; ; 3.951212 s s1i

tall Joanne. 3718166. Club Arabi: Club Arabi! meets by the Transcendental ; : 1 I ....!.'(...nlxTm.......................I
Tae Kwon Do: Tac Kwon Do clas- tonight at 6 at Farah's On The Meditation Club, today at noon and I ............................. a

ses meet today at 4:30: in Norman Avenue, 1120 W. University Ave. 3 Reitz Union Room 349. Call Alcine : Contact Lens

Gym.; Call 392-9698 or 3780812. Call Alaa, 378-3104. Potts 338-1249. : Exam & Soft $99
Getting to know Him: Cynthia Brown bag: Theologian Orlando Preview: Applications for 1990 I G Contact Lens
Lewis; speaks tonight at 7 on "Get. Espin speaks on "The Kingdom of Preview staff are due Friday by 4:30: I a s: eCIBADaily
ling to Know God Through Wor- God and I Jberation"today at noon in Tigert Hall Room 129. Call 392-1261.I rJJ.L. '
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Protest ends white-rights group's meeting early I IBy

DEBBIE CENZIPER Wright read that the group aims to: establish
Alligator Writer equal rights for all races, abolish preferential Leader says BSU will persevere
treatment of all races, eliminate racial tensionsand I
Although the white student union was able provide a forum for those opposed to the
formation of white
to read part of their constitution aloud at their unfair treatment of whites. The group plans to despite groupBy

second meeting Friday night, it ended when a submit their constitution to UF administrators hind the white student union Is to
protester insisted" on "educating them with sometime in the next few weeks. ANTHONY LEDERMAN counteract and combat her group."I .

some statistics. The group has its officers, Wright said, but Alligator Writer think any group formed in oppo-
David Padgett, a member of the Fraternal he refused to give out names because some Black Student Union President sition to another group has no true
\ Loyal Order of the 99, stood and disrupted the officers are afraid of receiving threatening Roxy Oliver said her group would premise," she said. "(Mark Wright's)
parliamentary procedure of the meeting to phone calls or being labeled racists. never stoop to the level of the white organization was formed to go against
write statistics on the blackboard he said would Wright said the group is open to all UF student union to fight. BSU."
help clarify the issue on Affirmative Action and students regardless of race, sex or nationalityas
"Blacks, as a race, have learned to Oliver said her organization is not
minority enrollment.The long as they oblige by the group's rules and "
persevere against whites, Oliver said on campus just for blacks."If .
Loyal Order is a national non-Greek procedures.He .
a group meeting Thursday. Mark Wright came to a BSU
organization designed to educate, motivate and also said he wanted to acquaint possible ever
"We're not formed to combat organization "
any that
meeting, he would have learned ,
protect the black community, Padgett said. members with what the group stands for and "
on campus. she said. "There are quite a few mem-
Mark Wright the white student what they hope to accomplish in the future.
group's pres-
Oliver said that the purpose of her bers who are black and quite a few who
ident, conducted the union's second meeting in The time for silent understanding is over, "
group is to create an environment that are white and active.
parliamentary procedure because the first he said. "The white student union will serve as
meeting had been disrupted by about 60 protesters a hand to unite us in a time of intense racial promotes a social and respectful envi- The only chance to stop rising racial
ronment for blacks on campus, not tensions on is education, she
who debated issues.Wright told Padgett tension." defend itself. campus
z to sit down because he "had not been recognized Meetings with the Black Student Union and said.
I "We are made up of strong individ. "It can only happen if is
the When
by chair. Padgett refused, dialogues with different campus groups can everyone
Wright adjourned the meeting.But help promote understanding between the uals who have strong character, she honest she said. "Honesty is the be-
said. "Something like the WSU isn'tgoing ginning. If whites just said, 'My prob-
before the adjournment, Wright and his races, Wright said."We're .
to tear down our strong character. lems with blacks are...' and if blacks
vice Steve McC- "
new president, sophomore really out to help race relations, he ." '
said, 'My problems with whites are...,
ormick, fielded questions from the crowd and said.
read aloud part of their newly-formed constitu- Oliver said she feels the force be- then we could get somewhere."
tion. see Meeting, page 12

I Gas leak leaves officials searching for a solution I

By NICOLE SNEED Officials are not sure if the gas which uses petroleum-eating bac- it takes longer than other methods the environment.
Alligator Writer has leaked into the Floridan Aqui- teria. It is like a Pac-Man game because the bacteria must be cul- "It may cause a little air pollutionbut
fer, which supplies drinking waterto where the bacteria are little Pac- tivated before they are placed in it is a convenient way to get
1 To find a way to clean up the most of the state. Workers will Mans and the dots are the gas, the spill. rid of surface gas," Delfino said.

aquifer contamination, the Depart- test today for water contamination, Delfino said. Another process called air strip- A third alternative called carbon

ment of Motor Pool may call on officials said. "If you feed (the bacteria) oxy- ping relies on the natural volatilityof absorption uses a pump to push

Mother Nature to fix its mishap. One professor said the answerto gen and stimulate their metabolism gas. In this process, a blow water through a special carbon
Last week, the Florida Depart- groundwater contamination is (with nutrients), then they motor pushes the tainted water up filter to catch the gas so it can be
ment of General Services found Mother Nature.Environmental. will chomp on the gas," Delfino through a tower and lets it trickle recycled. But t the bigger the spills,
leaks in the steel pipe joints of two said. down the sides, where it has a the more filters used, and it can be
of four gasoline service pumps at engineering professor chance to evaporate. costly.
UF's physical plant. Gas had been Joseph Delfino said of the Although bio-remediation re-
leaking for an undetermined three common techniques used for quires further research and takes Delfino said air stripping is the Delfino said he can't estimate!
length of time and about 1,000 tons getting gas out of the groundwater, longer than other clean-up options, most common method used to how long the bacteria would taketo
of contaminated dirt was found in the newest and cheapest choice is Delfino said it cleans spills effi- clean ground water,but it is expen- clean up the soil because he
1 the excavation. a process called bio-remediation, ciently and inexpensively. He said sive and it releases gas fumes into doesn't know how big the spill is.

Petty and band urge


fans to save worldBy

Petty said at a news conference
prior to the show. "It's really a
Alligator dream come true to be here."

w Tom Petty did more than just Petty, who promoted
play guitar and sing songs in his Greenpeace during the concert,
hometown Saturday night-he said he became aware of the
urged the audience to save the ecological problems when he
world. and the Heartbreakers took a

During the almost two-hour two-year break from touring.

concert in the O'Connell Cen- "Since I've become aware of
ter, Petty and the Heartbreakers the ecological crisis we face, I
mentioned several times the' do not use Styrofoam or things
importance of preserving the that are not bio-degradable," he
P environment to the record near- said.

capacity crowd of 10,628. Petty said he is aware of such

"We might not have 50 yearsto things as how long he showers.He .
save the world we might said the solution is for peopleto
not even have 10," Petty said understand that everyone
both at a news conference and makes a difference.

during the show. Noticeably in awe of the

Petty and the Heartbreakers crowd, Petty and the Heart-
played in Gainesville for the first breakers played most of their

time in seven years, although hits, including "Refugee,"
Petty said he often comes home "Breakdown" and "Don't Come
unannounced. Around Here No More."

PHOTOS BY SUZETTE COOK-ALLIGATOR "Like anyone coming back to "It's been too long- way too
Tom Petty and Heartbreaker Mike Campbell, who have been performing together for more than their hometown, we're all very
20 years, play to a record crowd Saturday night at the O'Connell Center. Inset: Tom Petty: "It nervous about playing tonight," see Petty, page 13
feels really good to be home."



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helped ex-model get contractWASHINGTON RESUME CITY 378-6165

(UPI) Mayor Marion Barry program, and Barry personally shepherded it throughthe
personally urged the ex-model who lured him to a city's budget process.
fateful hotel rendezvous to seek a city contract in 1986 "As I understood it, the mayor basically told peopleover Introducing theGator
and ensured that she received the$52,488 in funding, (at the Department of Employment Services)
a published report said Sunday. that, 'I want this program and give them what they
Hazel "Rasheeda" Moore, star of the FBI sting need to do it,'"said Carole Bland Jackson,who became
operation that led to the mayor's Jan. 18 arrest on a program director. Buffet
drug charge, won the no-bid contract at a time Barrywas The $52,488 project was approved despite a district
wooing her for a sexual relationship, The contract specialist's concerns about "questionablecosts"
Washington Post reported.The relating to staff salaries as well as numerous Now Serving Lunch Buffet
Post also said Moore, 38, whose glamorous technical deficiencies, the Post said, citing city docu
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modeling career fell flat in the 1980s, was largely ments. Days
motivated by a desire to regain the spotlight when she As the l,000-a-week()()( project director, Moore ad- Supper Buffet '
cooperated with authorities to ensnare Barry at the vised 250 inner-city teenagers in the district on howto
Vista International Hotel. It was there the FBI allegedly conduct themselves, make good first impressionsand 5 Nights! 0
made a videotape of Barry using crack cocaine. avoid "the pitfalls of drug abuse." The programwas
While the two had been acquainted for years, the described as worthwhile. by several sources Inter- LUNCH BUFFET
paper said Barry arranged for the attractive model to viewed by the paper. Monday thru Friday!
become a city contractor in June 1986,suggesting she Since his arrest, Barry has enrolled in treatment for 11:30: am to 1:30: pm
and two other women develop a self-esteem programfor drug and alcohol addiction at the HanleyHazeldenCenter SUPPER BUFFET -
poor teenagers in Washington, D.C. in West Palm Beach, Fla. He has turned over Sunday thru Thursday o
The program, ultimately named "Project Me," was most official functions to Carol Thompson, the city 6.00pm: to 8:00: pm
to be funded with $52,488 from a summer youth administrator.
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I Exxon Valdez captain to go on trial II bread sticks allforjust and desserts,

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (UPI) Fired Exxon Capt. criminal mischief,and to three misdemeanors,operat-
Joseph Hazelwood, singled out by authorities as the ing a vessel while intoxicated,reckless endangerment $ 99ro.7771
culprit in the wreck of the Exxon Valdez,goes on trial and negligent discharge of oil.
Monday to face criminal charges arising out of If convicted of all charges, he faces a maximum
America's worst oil spill. punishment of seven years and three months in jail
Ten months after the wreck, a jury will be selectedto plus a $61,000 fine.
decide whether the skipper- who was not at the "Without a doubt,he's a scapegoat,"defense lawyer
helm when his tanker ran aground bears criminal Michael Chalos, a New York maritime lawyer and old Godfathers W////I a
responsibility for the wreck that spilled nearly 11 college chum of Hazelwood's, said Sunday.He .
million gallons of oil, soiled pristine wilderness, killedup charged that the oil industry wanted Hazelwood Pizza TM S.W. 34th Street
to 270,000 sea birds and thousands of otters and convicted to absolve itself of responsibility.
ruined fishing. Opinion polls commissioned by Hazelwood's V 3763334Give
The March 24 disaster, which threatened the life defense team show that Alaskans already generally
style of native coastal villages, triggered a cleanup believe Hazelwood is guilty of something and that it
effort that cost more than $1 billion but did not will be tough to find an. impartial jury. But the poll
completely restore the affected environment. also found that the public blames Exxon Corp. and
Hazelwood, 43, of Huntington, N.Y., is free on the oil industry for the spill more than it blames
$50,000 bail. He has pleaded innocent to a felony Hazelwood.have I

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not been convicted for mur-

ARRESTSfrom dering Willis,Pi Kappa Alpha Pres- still kind of scared and what we can do for ..
page 1 you.
ident Jim O'Leary said fraternity
I everything, but the fact that they
members are relieved the two were caught these two guys makes us
Although Albritton and JonesUNIVERSITIES arrested. feel more secure," he said. .
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question, said Rep. Mary Ellen ter plan so other long-range planscan Process color film
\from page 1 Hawkins, R-Naples. be fashioned around it, the your
1, 1 "There's nothing here below report said. ENLARGE your black & white photos
according to the report. It showed Tampa except branches, and The report also said UF and
that if Florida used tax rates uti- branches never have all the Florida State University need to ENLARGE your color photosWe
lized by many other states,it would courses," she said. consider allowing more students
rank 15th nationally in the amountof Like Nergard,Hawkins said she, into some of the more popular de-
taxes collected. too, expects a long struggle with partments because of "concern
Instead, Florida uses a lower the legislature to get needed about the eventual reduction of can even process your E-6 slide film
rate that ranks it 35th. money for a new university."It upper-division opportunitieswithin
Reflecting on Florida's taxing took a year just to get a the state university sys-
woes,Interim UF President Robert branch of Edison Community Col- tem."Allowing more undergraduate And all of this without
Bryan said that"right now,we can lege here" she said. students to enroll in you
barely afford nine universities," But getting money for new universities universities also should be a prior-
much less two new ones. is not the only problem ity, the report said.It having to leave campus
Even congressmen from the facing the state university system,
areas where the universities are according to the report.It criticized the state university
needed said they aren't too opti- pointed out that while the system's practice of admitting only
mistic about getting tax money. state's various education agencies 15 percent of the previous year's
"Yeah, there is a chance," said -the Regents, the State Board of state high school graduating class. THE PICTURE PLACE

Rep. Charles Nergard, R-Port St. Community Colleges and the "Easing this ((15 percent) cap
Lucie. Postsecondary Planning Commis- will provide increased
access to
"But it boils down to money and sion -all do long-range planning, the universities for those students I in the J. Wayne Reitz Union
where it is going. The growth is they do it at the same time without whose backgrounds and interests
here.The question is, do we estab- consulting each other. would be better served by enroll
lish branch campuses or new uni- Instead,the State Board and the ing immediately in a university setting
versities?" Regents should wait for the Plan- and will broaden the pool of Open MON-FRI 9:30-4:30: : 392-8047
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site worries residentsBy

JOHN F. BERRY with (people) who" have a 50 percent t
relapse rate.
Alligator Writer But Mental Health Services Director rr A4A
Some local residents fear crack Douglas Starr said residentsare
addicts will endanger elementary- underestimating those who
school students if Alachua County have sought rehabilitation.
Commissioners approve the pro- "People fear that people in treat-
posed site for a drug-and-alcohol ment are dangerous," Starr said.
rehabilitation center.A 'That is simply not true."
task force led by Commis- The bridge house, named for
sioner Leveda Brown will meet tonight state Rep. Sid Martin, D-Haw-
at 7:30: to study residents' thorne is designed to hold 57 beds I
concerns. Commissioners last and would house recovering addicts h;*
week unanimously voted to delay for three to four months.
building the Sid Martin Bridge They would stay at the center
House at the corner of Southwest13th after completing rehabilitation programs
Street and Williston Road, and before being allowed to
near Idylwild Elementary School. rejoin society, said Martin House
Willa Drummond a Shands phy- director Theresa Sierra.
sician who treats drug addicts,told Commissioner Kate Barnes said
commissioners that the county the proposed site is correctly bedMembers REGGIE GRANT -ALLIGATOR4by4
needs a rehabilitation center, but zoned for the center.
questioned its construction within "(There) is no real question of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity race to the finish line during Saturday's bed race

1,000 feet of the school. whether the site is appropriate," held in the UF commuter lot.
"We are dealing with a popula- Barnes said. "We have to work to
tion who are hard-core drug ad- make the neighborhood and facility
dicts," she said. "We are dealing compatible." Voters to decide fate of tax

Patient listeners rewarded proposed 1-cent tax hike to go to March 13 referendumBy

sidering raising the state sales tax a new jail. Already more than 100
cable stationBy JOHN F. BERRY from 6 to 7 percent.If local prisoners are housed in Levy
new jazz Alligator Writer the local bill fails, the county County jails or a temporary shelterin

Alachua County officials fear UF will be forced to release criminals the complex.
USA SCHMIDT Barnes said. The commission would be
students may cost them money prematurely,
Alligator Writer they say would keep criminals off Those criminals that prey on forced to cut back on all county
Patience has been rewarded for Cox Cable's jazz listeners. local streets. students must be confined in services and cancel plans for road

Many of these listeners were disappointed when, late last year, The county's voters will decide larger numbers," she said. improvement, economic develop-
a cable radio station known as KKGO changed its programmingfrom whether they want 1 cent added to Carie Marks, a UF business ju- ment and park construction,
all jazz to a mixture of classical and jazz music. their sales tax in a March 13 refer- nior, said students won't live in Barnes said.
Since then, Cox Cable has replaced KKGO with a new 24-hour endum. About 135,000 Pinellas Alachua County long enough to Alachua County voters rejecteda
jazz station, KKJZ. The new station, which is imported to Gaines- County voters recently passed a benefit from the tax. similar sales tax proposal 3-1 in
ville from Los Angeles, can be heard on Cox Cable's FM serviceat similar referendum by 397 votes. 'We are paying enough to sup- 1987, but UF freshman Tracy I
97.1 Mhz, the same dial location as the late KKGO. UFs 34,000 students could de- port the roads, hospitals and jails Arace says the recent increase in
Cable radio works in the same manner as cable television, but termine whether Alachua Countycan the way it is," Marks said. crime near the campus tax increase."I makes her. willing
is connected directly to FM receivers through cable boxes or build a new jail to ease overcrowding The county is under a state mandate pay "
think of the benefits, Arace
splitters, which allow listeners to watch their televisions at the County CommissionerKate to ease its jail overcrowdingby
Barnes said.If 1994. The Alachua County De- said. "If it will make me safer, we
same time. the first tention Center can hold 378 pris- can part with the extra pennies."
The system makes cable-television channels available in stereo, the 1-cent tax passes
reading service for the blind and transmits 26 FM $40 million that is collected will be oners, but its daily population Residents may discuss the pro
provides a
used to build a jail for about 1,000 ranges from 450 to 510, county posed sales tax increase at a special
stations. spokesman Steve Russell said.If public hearing on the second-floor
satellite from Los Angeles, inmates.
KKGO, which was imported by Adminis-
auditorium of the County
to Cox Cable or But the extra penny is just part Alachua County voters reject
changed its format suddenly, giving no
listeners. of the tax increase Alachua County the referendum, Barnes said the tration Building, Tuesday at
may face. State legislators are con- county still will be forced to pay for p.m.

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UF junior Michael Murphy is an official Gainesville city

commission candidate for District 3, which includes cam-

pus. He completed his forms to qualify Friday, so when tell
local elections roll around March 13, you'll see his name

on the ballot. That is, of course, if you vote.

Deadline to register if you want to vote in the electionis
Feb. 12 two weeks from now. That's plenty of timeto

take a walk downtown, mosey into Buddy Irby's officeon
the southeast corner of Main Street and University

Avenue and fill out a card. R

We've heard all the excuses "I'm involved back

home," "I don't know where to go to register" and

"Gainesville laws don't affect me." Our reponses: "Sure

you are," "Look it up" and "Yes, they do."

It's hard to be involved in local government three

months of the year pretty much the only time full-time
students home if all. in Alachua County
are at Re-register -
and after the election, if you really are involved at Retreating to win racial battlesSometimes

home, change your registration back. There is no limiton
how many times you can change your registration or it takes a good kick in the butt to make
how often. you realize what's going on in the world around you o Geoff Boucher
other times, all you need is a few kind words. A s
Use your right to vote. In the last 200 years, people all group of UF administrators were counting on the PEAKING OUTand
across the country have fought and even gone to prisonto second method when they piled 80 students,half black
make sure you would have that right. Is it more impor- and half white, into a bus Friday and took them on a the "Warm Fuzzies" (actually Reeses peanut
racial awareness retreat in Silver Springs. Among all butter cups) we presented to people who made us
tant to have the right or to use it?
the student leaders chosen to go were four Alligatorstaff feel special.Looking back,these gimmicks may sound
This election, students have a chance to be heard, members, including myself. like the definition of corniness, but at the time they
either by electing the student candidate or at least by The reason for the weekend was no secret worked, and they worked well. Making lists of the
anyone who reads the papers knows about the white qualities of a Utopian university drove home some of
making the other candidates deal with our concerns. student union,the recent defacing of a Martin Luther UPs shortcomings, but talking about those problemswith
Help give the students a voice. King,Jr.memorial downtown and all the other biglittle two new friends, Candi and Betsy, made me
events that signal a rise in racism. confident ways can be found to overcome them.
There are theories about why the problem is The glow of the weekend was strong after dinner
Oh Dwayne making an unwelcome comeback,but at this point no Friday night.We had eaten a nice meal,flavored with
one can explain it. Yet people can see it, and they good conversation, and highlighted by stories told by
know it's real. Jace and LaShawn.finished little and stoppedto
Administrators know it too, and they a early
Well, you're gone and you've left your team to carryon. also know that yelling and accusations don't really use the restroom before heading to the session
No one knows all the reasons behind your leaving, except help anyone solve problems.That's where the retreat, room for the next exercise. A bearded white man in
you and Coach Don DeVoe, and neither of you is a pleasantly progressive and proactive idea, came in. his mid-30s, dressed in a scruffy jean jacket and
talking.But All the participants had to check their anger at the smelling of beer,walked in the bathroom at the same
door. More than a few campus blacks harbor some time. I assumed he came from the lounge next to our
you made the wrong decision. Quitting won't make bad feelings toward Student Government, which is dining room and I smiled back at him as we nearly
you a better player nor DeVoe a better coach. It will do sometimes perceived as exclusive and insensitive with collided in the doorway.He .
nothing but leave your dreams unfulfilled and the dreamsof Black History Month budgets. The Alligator doesn't stood at the urinal next to mine and asked me
many Gator basketball fans and indeed the other win popularity contests with minorities either, with where our group was from. I was,as I said,in a happy
players unfulfilled. many blacks claiming the only time they get in the mood and I told him we were UF students down for
paper is if they happen to be criminals or athletes. the weekend. He laughed and said,"Well, it looks like
Some say you did the right thing because DeVoe is These opinions made for some interesting discus- you brought the whole basketball team with you." Itdidnt
inept and his demands were groundless and ridiculous. sions,but no one yelled.They talked,they rolled their sink in for a moment, and by the time I realized
what he meant he
eyes and they doubted but no one yelled. was walking away.I
That may be true, but it doesn't justify quitting. You The group were led through some exercises that was so upset that this ugly moment had invadedthe
weren't playing for him; you were supposed to be playingfor made us listen to each other and think about whatwe weekend, I didn't tell anyone about it. The com-
yourself, the team and the fans.It heard.A few times during the two-day stay,people ment seemed so foreign, so evil, after all the discus-
cried, and when they did, they didn't seem to mind. sions and conversations I had just been through. It
hurt when Livingston Chatman quit earlier this Everyone who went learned about people who was an unpleasant exclamation point to the issues we
season because his heart wasn't in the game. And now different from them. I met some new friends who were gota were talking about, and it made me wonder if we will
your departure has left the fans your fellow students better idea about who I was, and what I was all ever escape this ingrained attitude, this insidious and
than hurt. Now about. I first to The powerful tradition of racism that crops up in everyday
more they're disappointed in you. came Alligator in June 1987, and
conversation. of
anyone who knows me knows how much the It convinced me to take the lessons
the retreat even closer to heart.
means to me. During the weekend I got to talk to
alligator some people who don't love it and had some strong It's funny when you make an effort to get to
reasons not to. know the world around you, sometimes you get
EditorLucy surprised by some kind, wise words, sometimes you
Chabot By Saturday afternoon we had traded positions, get shocked by a kick in the butt. Sometimes,but not
stood in each other's
proverbial shoes
for awhile
Managing Editor Opinions Editor taken a look around. We weren't as different as and very often, you get both.
Geoff Boucher is an Alligator Staff Writer and a
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton thought.We decided that my paper wasn't as objectiveas better person than he last
was Thursday.
I thought, nor as unfair as they believed.

Letters Letters to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-lO page). They should be When I got back to town and told some friends Editor's note: In the column printed on this page
typed double-spaced and signed' They should Include I typed name, address and telephone how much the retreat meant to me, it was hard to Jan. 19, Larry Strauss the phone number
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. IT you have any questions call describe gave wrong
the editorial' page editor at 3764458. my feelings. They scoffed a bit when I told for the Volunteer Center.. The correct phone number is
them about the "Magic Moments" we had to share 378-2552.



Angry fans critique Coach DeVoe, SchintziusDeVoe

gives team Gator, isn't that right? but you just couldn't wait to start
Well guys, I have news for both acting like a jerk.

discipline it needsEditor of you you're quitters. You let It's been said before,million dollar
the team down and you let your body, two cent-head.
: I grew up in Gainesville, fans down. Since when do the Keith SchneiderBEG
and I am a basketball fan before I players get to pick the coach?
am any other kind of fan.I Though I do think Bobby Knight 1
I worry about Coach DeVoe's has just negotiated a deal with his DeVoe dismantleda

line ups, but I don't worry about players to cut practices to 30
his discipline methods. Someonehas minutes, give the players free great front line

got to get UF turned around, Twinkles and let them watch Editor: With the departure of
and I think Coach DeVoe has found reruns of Oprah instead of game Dwayne Schintzius, it is unlikelythat
the right test if a player showshe films. But hey, that's Indiana.Let's there is much sorrow in
wants to help the team, he can face it folks, whatever you Gainesville. True, it is difficult to
think of DeVoe, he's not the entire
play.The pity a man who has wielded a tennis r
great athletes do not have problem. I like the guy.I think he'sa racket in anger and has dismembered
the kind of problems that keep good coach. Given time I'm sure a poor, defenseless Jeep
forcing Schintzius' name onto he could produce a winning team Cherokee. y -

police blotters. Michael Jordan, not that the Gator Boosters will While it does not justify b VrksPW

James Worthy, Danny Ferry and give him the chance. Schintzius'actions, I submit to you
Ralph Sampson come to mind. You tell me,what coach can win that the majority of UF students
Those players' coaches would when his star players whine about
could not function in the same bell
agree that the greatest of playersput practice and then quit? jar that celebrated studentathletesmust
their college team first,then go Dwayne, oh Dwayne. Wasn't live in.
on to command attention and that you who refused to come back Then we have Mr. DeVoe. It
in the where it's infinitely into the Georgia game with two
money pros, would be an insult to Bobby 4j
more appropriate. seconds left?Yeah,you didn't wantto
Knight, Lute Olson and John
Those players did im- get hurt or something, ruinyou're Thompson to address this man as
measurable good for their schools big NBA chances now did "Coach."

while they were there and even you? Real mature, you're a real He has taken a team that was a A
more since they have left. Thereare dedicated player Dwayne. Sloan Southeastern Conference title con
high school stars who was real tough on you for beating
many tender and shaped them into a .
want to go to North Carolina because that kid with the tennis racquetwasn't squad that couldn't beat most intramural 1
that's where Jordan played.I'll he? Made you brush your teams, let alone Missis-
be the first to say that hair, didn't he? sippi State. He has successfully
Schintzius has the potential to be Center of attention,my ass,cen- dismantled one of the best front ua"r
an impact center in the NBA, but ter of suspension is more like it. lines in the country in less than t s.1tM. s.
imagine seventeen-year- No one made you act like a jerk at
can you a four months.
old wanting to come to UF because the frat party. We were 2-4 in the
If it isn't broken, don't fix it, ,
"that's where Schintzius played?" conference last year when the team right Don?Wrong.Team standardsthat SY
Erie P, Gibbs came together and won the SEC.It .
were good enough for the last
3LW might have happened again if three seasons, and the first half of

this season, were suddenly
changed in midseason.It .

; .. boiled down to Dwayne and
Don heads.
butting Dwayne was
mature enough to walk away from happy players, players who would at his date and rearranged a coupleof
jl" .' the conflict. Don DeVoe had to rather not play and a losing record. parts on an automobile, the com-
assert his masculinity to the media.W. Mr. Arnsparger, please fire plaint would have been covered
Hays Parks Jr. DeVoe now because things sure with a paragraph on page nine or

3LS couldn't get worse.
Scott Vara so.Now his hair has once again
., Interim DeVoe 3BA become an issue. Of course DeVoe
and the Athletic Department will
changed the rules DeVoe shouldn't "officially"state that the two issuesare

Editor:After watching the Vander- in unrelated.
\ discipline publicEditor That the Athletic Department
bilt-UF basketball game, I was so
believes that his hair style is repul-
disgusted I felt it was time for some- : Being an avid sports fan
body to make public what I and and having lived in Tennessee for sive, unbecoming of a repre-
some of my fellow students most of the past decade, I read sentative of this university or down
thought of Don DeVoe. several stories pointing out the right ugly, is not the issue here. I
believe Dwayne has earned the
One sign at the game summedit poor people-management skills of
perfectly. It read"Don DeVoe Don DeVoe while at the University right to have disciplinary actions
handled in private. If not becauseof
Tennessee.This article made
don't know basketball Don me
DeVoe don't know DIDDLEY1" realize that he is up to his old tricks, his actions on the basketball
court, then because he is a human
Don DeVoe has succeeded in this old-school style of motivatingby
dismantling the best front line in "do as I demand or hit the door," being with emotions and feelings.
the country and destroying what is doomed to failure. Respect will be given to a leader
of the that shows respect to those who
could have been a national con- The fragile nature
tender. I'm not saying Dwayne modern-day star athlete makes it serve with him.Respect for a leader
Schintzius was wrongfully necessary to handle disciplinary ac- breeds loyalty. Loyalty makes
J suspended from the team.. tions behind closed doors when- those serving with you better lis-
ever possible. This Athletic teners and followers. Good lis-
But it is counter-productive for
'you and Chappy didn't quit. an interim coach to tell an All- Department seems to enjoy the teners and followers will performat
Two 'quitters'abandoned public execution style of control- the level the leader expects.Mr. .
For the remaining Gator America center to change his looksin
players, Davis, Poole, Hogan, Gar- his senior season.To stipulate a ling the masses. DeVoe would do himself
team' cia, Stewart, Carter, Grimsley, return to the team on the condition Mr. DeVoe's method of waitingfor and us a favor to show one ounce

Editor: Dwayne, don't worry. Turner and Travis,congratulationson that he gets his hair cut is a person to trip so he can kick of respect to his players by stand-
When you're a big NBA star they acting like real men. You play ridiculous. Besides, if I'm not mis- him brings back memories of my ing beside them in tough times.

won't make you cut your hair, run hard.I for one will keep supportingthis taken, Dwayne became All- neighborhood bully reminding me But after watching this Athletic
They'll let do team, prima donnas or not. America with his long hair. who's boss. Department's handling of its recent
laps or anything. you
whatever YOU WANT,and not lis- As for you Dwayne, I hope you As interim coach, why did he Dwayne's actions the other problems, this may be too much to
ten to some silly coach. You too lose a couple million dollars for change anything? Under the old night at the frat party were probably expect.
Chappy, once a Gator always a letting the team down. You knewin system we were SEC champs, wrong. But if any other studentof Bill Hatfield
nine months you would be rich, under DeVoe's system we have un this university had gotten mad 4ACMONDAY

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diners in cafeteria" continuing education classes

Ir M.D.CUMELlA pus.
Dick director of the
Alligator Writer Whiting, diverse group.
Reitz Union food service, said takIng By CHRISTY HARRIS They bring wisdom and maturity
Students eating lunch at the one item off a menu may not Alligator Writer The lacking in the average under-
Reitz Union cafeteria Friday afternoon be a fair comparison."It program'sgoal graduate," he said.
Jose and Carla Quijano came to
were interrupted. by some may be a little like comparing Gainesville to be in a warm cli- is to use UFs Program coordinator Connie
electioneering.Vision apples and oranges,"Whiting said. Thurston said four classes were
mate, picking a university townso to bene-
party members held a "The products aren't exactly the could be around resources added to April's curriculum. Economics
short media event to talk to stu- same." they young Fit the public. Professor Mark Rush will
dents about the Gator Dining Service people. teach"Secrets of the Revealed
Browne also cited a survey of The couple from Maine didn'twaste
food contract. students which found that only 15.4 any time settling into stu- ,"which focuses on the economic
Student candI- issues such as education,environ- climate and the Federal
body presidential
percent of the cafeteria diners liked dent life and enrolled in"Communist -
date Michael Browne and trea- ment, health care and nonpartisan Reserve Board."Latin America in
the prices,and only the Arredondo Bloc Nations, one of two
surer candidate David Stern spoketo Room restaurant received a posi- current events classes offered by politics. Crisis: Debt, Drugs and Democ-
a fun cafeteria about the new tive quality rating. UFs Continuing Education Divi Continuing Education Dean racy," taught by Latin American
five-year food service contract ten- James Knight said the program'sgoal Studies Director Terry McCoy,
Thafs too low, Browne sion.
tatively awarded to Service America way is to use UF resources to will concentrate on current and
"We came by chance, Carla benefit the public.
Corp. in November. said.Stern emerging problems.
Browne displayed three ham- added that UP officials Quijano,72, said."We read about These classes are based on the Sociology Professor LeonardBeeghley's
would finalize the new five-year the course and decided to come. "
burgers during his speech a expertise of university faculty, "Current Issues in
with Service America in It's an exciting time.
Gator Dining burger and two off- Knight said.We brainstormed Gender and Equality" will cover
campus, fast-food burgers. The few months."If Carla Quijano, and her husband topics that seemed current and the latest questions facing soci-
Gator Dining burger costs a nickel students don't voice any con- Jose,82, are among 18 local resi- picked teachers to go with them. ety. And management Professor
more than the other two burgersbut cerns they have,they will be stuck dents who signed up for political The courses started for the first John James will teach a class on
shouldn't, Browne said. with a five-year contract," Stern science Professor James time about three weeks ago and business ethics.
Vision's vice presidential candi- Morrison's class.It focuses on the will run three times a year in Another student in Morrison's
date, Kevin Mayeux, said Service said.UF Sophomore Leigh Carter changes in Eastern Europe and January,April and in the fall.The class, Jane O'Donnell, said she
America should have lower prices said she was interested, but didn't the reasons behind them. two-hour classes meet one nighta wished the class wasn't ending.
I than off campus restaurants sinceit know whether students could influ- Jon Mills,former speaker of the week for a month at the Law The informal environment is a
has a campus-wide monopoly. ence Gator Dining Service."If Florida House of Representatives, School or in Little Hall. To allow good forum, especially when you
"We think Service America they could lower the prices, teaches"Florida Issues"to about people who work during the dayto have someone with that level of
should be more than competitive," that would be great," Carter said. 20 community members.Mills'as- attend,classes start at 6:15: p.m. competence," O'Donnell said.
Mayeux said. "They should be "But I doubt that students have any sistant Joann Klein said the class Morrison said he likes teaching "I'm disappointed" it isn't going to
control features interactive discussion on adults because they are a more continue.
lower, since they're on our cam- over prices.

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course before the end of the se- Stevens said UF police's aver Citywide, there were eight ra- HEELSEW
from page 1 mester. age response time is between two cially motivated "hate crime" inci- QUIK
Interim UF President Robert and three minutes and said stop- dents including two assaults on .
the charge that blacks are stoppedmore Bryan also made an effort to relax ping people for questioning is a blacks by alleged white suprema- N.w Canceplin d1om o.p.N. [l
often is wrong. racial tensions last month when he common and acceptable police cist skinheads, Gainesville police .Itttd CIo."..Meisel"
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work because some people are offended members to sit on the Quality of crime. said.Tipton *Mod........whft you MN
if we ask them questions Life Task Force. Bryan gave the "Every law enforcement agencyin said UF police's most re- .
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when they are in a place they group until April 15 to suggest the nation does it,"Stevens said. cent statistics showed no racially- pow" .1'' "
might not belong," Stevens said. policy recommendations for im- "Shouldn't we ask you what you motivated attacks in 1988 and 5 tow*pi"II MV Ito Ill pots.
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about this, and I don't think Hispanic students. when you're not supposed to be? went down 13.3 percent from 1987to 0.... "MNI' "'501-1050 lied tt Hub? Tu..<.y..
it's the police who always have the Alexandria Stewart, Black His- How else can we stop theft and 1988. Tipton said 1989 totals
misunderstanding." tory Month coordinator and one of burglaries before they happen? aren't completed yet, but she ex-
10 students on the task force,useda People should expect us to ask pects the same trends."It MODELS WANTEDI
Stevens said he is signing up meeting two weeks ago to air her them questions. looks like a good chance they
students to join the advisory board concern about the dangers facing Police spokeswoman Angie went down again," Tipton said. i_ -
this week and plans for a first blacks on campus ones that Tipton said the statements that "Given the campus community is !
meeting in February. The group include UF police officers. campus is dangerous for blacks around 55,000 people,to have only .
will review police policy and pro- "I'm concerned about the safetyof isn't supported by statistics. The 31 violent crimes in a year-well, I .
cedure and examine the reasons black students Stewart said at of would boast
only campus incident involving al- a lot cities like to
behind complaints of unfair treat- the meeting. "With skinheads, the leged white supremacist the kind of numbers we have." ,/'
ment. Ku Klux Klan and police depart- skinheads was Oct. 17, when two Violent crimes also are decreas- KiX'i' <<> <}
Stevens also said a brochure ment harassment,a lot of students white males were asked to leave ing on the city level, Darnell said. For the 1991
outlining the department's com fear they'll do something strange." the Reitz Union after writing racist Gainesville police responded to WOMEN OF Uf.t MEN OF FLORIDA
plaint process will be printed this A group of black students told mottos on chalkboards. The two 1,236 violent crimes in 1989, including calendarsno
week and distributed around cam- Bryan in November that UFpolice men,one with a close-cropped mil- five murders and 785 ag- experience rwcestary
pus. He said officers, who already unnecessarily stop blacks on cam- itary haircut and the other bald, gravated assaults, an overall 2 Interview Reitz Union Room 122
receive sensitivity training,will be pus,respond to calls]) too slowly and were warned not to trespass on UF percent decrease in "crimes February 2,3,and 4,1; to 6 pm
enrolled in a cultural awareness often! don't follow up on crimes. property again, Tipton said. against persons"from 1988. can 374-7195$5.00 for processing more Information let


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NICOLE SNEED "Until we can impose values and Benjamin Pargman,president of
Alligator Writer ethics on the problems with whichwe UF Environmental Action Group,
are dealing, no number of regulations said educating children about the
The same characteristics that and laws can mandate and issues is important, but it falls
make Florida a unique state also succeed," Mills said. Russell short of guaranteeing their con-
make it a magnet to its own destruction Bucher,president of the Group for cern for the future.
former speaker of the Responsible Interaction with the "That child must also learn a
Simple Value... EYE EXAMS ARCHER RD Florida House of Representativestold Planet, agreed and added that respect for the planet in which he
Our little wooden building'helps keep cost down Just past Butler, Plaza| about 80 Gainesville residentslast many people may be discouraged inhabits," Pargman said. "We
on quality glasses. We don't pay mall rent. across Irom RAX Wednesday at the Gainesville because they don't realize their weren't all taught the value of treesor
You save big money 378.3261 Women's Club. power. the value of clean water."
-f 1 urn.. WOOD" .-.- Jon Mills, director and founderof There is such a thing as a In combating the apathy of
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RING DAYTOMORROW simply, the most fragile environ- not pay higher taxes to preservethe
ment that is facing this kind of environment.On But Mills said people who just
growth in the entire country the other hand, polls show care about what effects them directly
Mills said. "I'm not sure we can that young children are increas- will not make a difference.
Save $30 to $50 pass enough laws to prevent us ingly concerned about the environ-
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air and water pollution a top prior- their parents not to smoke and not we've been complaining about
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1 FURNISHEDWALK Great 1 bdr apt in Town Parc, pool club 1978 MOBILE Home for sale. 12 x 58 WANTED: Liberal fem. to occupy own

house, for rent Immediately. $250/mo. ftmil. 2bdr/lba/ fenced-in yard with shed & aw. Oxford Manor NS M/F own bed/bath bdr. In modern 3bdr. house In quiet, safe

TO UFI! Furnished Room Share !. 3350870. 1-30-5.2 ning $4500 neg. 373-4202 or 472-2928 $250 month/ 1/2 utilities. Call 378-9439 area. Big fenced yard, no pet*. W/D, VCR,
after Leave 1-29-5-5 skylight Approx. 2ml N of UF. $180/mo
kit/baths ch/ac prefer 2 grad students, 5:30: pm. 2-2-10-3 Message.
Casablanca East & 1/3 util. 376-4138 Jen Martha. 1-29-
2bdr/2 1/2 ba, like new or
$190 Includes utilities 376-6652 378-
I 8122. townhouse, has w/d, screened porch, pool, 2bdr/lba, new wash/dry, screened porch, M/F roommate needed for 3bd/2ba house.
i.T/mo, 402, Call 3350440. Watson cent air, some furniture, bike to campus, $175/mo & util. 3723695. Room avail M/F In 3bd/2ba house near

: N/S/F for own room In 3 bdr !n .,ty/Helen. 2-6.10.2 very clean, Call Lee 335.6339, $4900 neg. Polo Private or chare bath, rent neg + Jan Free At SPYGLASS NOW 3Bd/3Ba/ 1/3 mil. Call Joe or Bono at 374-8820.
house call 3786065. 1-29-5-1
I Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. PoolTennis, OWN BD/BA FOR ONLY $227 A MONTH. 22105.

Large 1 & 2 br apt. neatly furnished, no Sauna, Gym and more. Rent or Rent to own: 2bdr/1 1/2 ba. Good PLEASE CALL Chris 335-6671
UF A STONE RIDGE APT. shape, central air, new paint, frost free Own bdr/ba, F, 1/2 util. ft $215/mo., many
to downtown.
convenient $250-
275 pets mo. 376-5957. 1-29-5-1 3800 SW 34th St. 375.1121 frig fenced, pets welcome. Call 3719145. Near UF, large br In large house w// fireplace extras, Regency Oaks, Call Amy 372- $140/mo & 1/4 util. 914 SW 6 Ave. 7627. 1-29-5-5
37810883723307. 1-29-5-5
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SPYGLASS Jan rent free! F for
1210 NW 11 Ave. Office: 411 NW 15 St. until May-renewable, $350/mo. 628 SW own with yard. 2ml. to UF. $150/mo & 1/2 util.
bdrm/bath, walk-In closet, D/W, micro.
10th St. 3788452. 2-1-5-2
3710769. 1305.1 4 HOUSE/APT. Call 375-7071 or 462-6304 after 6pm. 1-
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$500/mo.2-1-5-1 Call 335-0440. Watson-Realty 4 Bedroom house, 7 acres, 2 tall barn, $150/mo/ Mandi or Michelle 3357755.

Corp. garden, 8 miles from school on Archer Rd. 1.30.5-4 Associate General ChairmanAll

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FOR RENT 8200. 2.1-5.2 Oak Forest. Large, beautiful, clean Directors
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336-4229. Ross mens 10 speed bike $70.
hi-res color monitor
OAKFOREST M-F Matter. bedroom In N/S for a 2bd/2 1/2 ba In a quiet NW Bicycle Club M/F $200 ft 1/3 util. For more 1mb.,ram 4 ,mtht vga on-ilt, $184;, call 335-, lyrwary. 1-30-5-6
2bdr Apt. $2SO/mo ft 1/2 utll. 335-6189. wooded ares/ furnished own bd/ba/ Info call Drew or Brady 335-5957 Own 1300. 2-20-14-8
2-6-10-5 $225/mo ft $100 deposit. No pets ft no bdrm. 2-1-4-5 Great price) Sofa and desk only $100 anda
smoking. 3778128leave/ mes. 2-2- Alarms Home small washer and dryer at $500. Call
Car Autopage,Chapman.
Rmmt wanted: M to share 2bdr apt 1 blk Ivonne 338-7593Ie.v. a message. 1-
and Car Stereo. Pioneer Sanaul, Sherwood
F, own room In 2bdr apt, SW less than 6 FOR SALE -
from UF. Call day/night 371.7893 ask for 30-5-6
and We Baal All Prices!
1-30-5-5 1ml. from UF, U5/mo/ ft 1/3 utll., needImmediately more.
Call Denise 378-8346 or Iv. BRAND NAME COMPUTERS 373-3754. 4-30-69-6 Dealt New turbo xt: 640k. 2-360k drives,

F n/s Own bedroom In 2 bedrm 1 bath apt. message. 2155ns As low as $25/mo no $ down Packard Ball computer with monitor and monochr. graphics, 2sar/ 2par/ game
Clean ft studious 185mo. ft 1/2 utll. FREE Catalogue over 50,000 Okldata printer includes ATI! DOS and port, clk/cal. Hard drive optional $695
Avail Now call Pan) at 374-4970 I..v.m..g. M/F to share 2bdr/1/ 1/2 ba condo; customers 1-800-825-7283 Kevin 3725158. 1-30-5-6
word software. $1400 obo. 375-
.. 1-30-5-5 Jacuzzi Sundeck, Washer, dryer hook- processor
up, Close to Same Fe ft UF $200/mo & 1/2 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more 6082. 1-30-10-6 bicycle brand new, must sell
Female, to share furnished 3/2 house. Utll. 371-7242. 2145WINDMEADOWS brands are all at our New Location! Car Nlshikl Colorado sacrifice
A/C and heat, fireplace. Close to campus Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- WORD PERFECT 5.1 332-0940 keep trying. 1-30-5-6
and shopping. $l85/mo plus 1/3 utilities 2070. 4-30-75-6 Latest release from Elite
336-5635. 1-31-5-5 Own room $205 mo. Computer Systems $135, '335-1300 Computer PC comp. monitor, 2 disc
Call 335-1893 after 8. 2-2-5-5 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the old- drives, printer, table and software $400.
Studious not needed for furn. 2bdr/1 1/2 eat, beat and lowest priced car stereo Call Tara 3727094.29.3.8
ba In quiet SW area. W/D. micro, dw. F rmmt for beautiful historic 4bd/2ba store In town 172-2070.2201 NW 13 St. PC-3 LAPTOPGreat
$200/mo/ & 1/2 utll. $200 dep. Call 335- house. 1 blk from Tigert $135 & 1/4 util. for class notes, $230 from Elite New MS-BUS mouse w/ Paint brush $90;
5619. 1-31-8-5 371-2343. Furnishings avail. 2-1-4-5 Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, '335-1300 IBM PS/2 mouse $30; Mean Streets adv
Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best game best VGA graph $30. A Call Joe at
F n/s/ to share 2br/1 1/2 ba quiet condo In Luxury Oakbrook Condo needs a n/s female Car Steno Installers In town. Car Stereo PRINTER 373-4782. 1-29-3-6
Mill, Run near campus. $190/mo/ & 1/2 util. to share a room In 2bd/2bath/ $175 a to Go. 3751834. 4-30-75-6
Pool, laund. ft micro. Call 336-4763. 1- month. Call 375-6394 ask lor Susie. 2-2- 24pln Letter Quality, from Elite $305, '335- Sony-Auto Compact Disc Player. Many
31-5.5 RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants 1300 features but no tuner. Can be Installed
Want cool, neat, n/s male rmmt for for your dorm or apartment. We deliver with current system. $200 OBO like new.
HELPII I Need a fun, friendly female' N/S 3bd/3ba w2 fun girls. Starting sum ) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave MICRO CENTER/ Computers 3761146Editor's 3753397. 1-29-3-6
3775265.6 blocks E. of 2-6-20- choice CompuAdd Northgate
Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bdr/ba mer/fall 90-91 yr. 336-8876 Iv msg. 2-2- campus.
5.5 H P. Price same or lower than mail- MOVING SALE
Avail Nowl 377-8034. 1-31-5-5 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
order. Systems below Include '1mb, 40mb
New queen size Simons bed, new moped,
Gotta g.t. Roommatel! Kind, considerateF OXFORD MANOR own bdr/ba In a2bdr2ba any car truck or van fully guaranteed will ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... dining table, desk...etc. 3748067. 303-1
demo. Call 336-9193 student Iv.
& 1/2 utilities. message. MC 286/12 $1195. Packard Bell $1295,
/ Own rm In 2br house. Walk to UFI apt. Diamond Village. 1-29-3-6
150Mo. Call 371-2918 Leave Magi 1- Total luxury at Its finest. Call Joe 375- 2-28-34-6 MC 386SX $1495, Northgata 386/20/ -
31-8-5 2565. 2-2-5-5 $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd ft battery For Sale: Mitsubishi stereo wCD/ and
BEDS BEDS BEDS $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics tape deck 150 watt, 1 twin bed wframe./ .
Wanted: House Keeper to take care of the Trinidadian seeks rmmt to share gator- Dressers, Chest, Bookcases, Sofas, TV monitor $970. 1 ft 3 year warranties.Onslta Call 335.1683 will take best. offer. 1-31-
carts, Entertainment centers and more at
town apt. $170/mo. Own bdr, ba bring own warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer
Rent Is $SO a month. 378-5179
apartment. frnitr. Dirk 378-6138 for more Info aftr' the lowest prices In Gainesville. 371-4422 $185, HP LaserJet lip $t049. 4110 SW WATERBED Queen with heater, 2 mo.
338-0896 1.31-5-5 9pm. 2-2-5-8 Dumas. Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave. 34th St. r 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 old $125 OBO. 375-6529. 1.31-5.6

For Sale: Dresser, Drafting Table, A Cart.

------------------ Excellent Cond. $130 Call 336-3985 Lv.
rI Msg. 1-29-3-6

Ladles Hot Pink 5-ipd mountain Bike, excellent

Alligator Classifieds I I I i I i t j 9051. 1-28-2-6 condition. Must sell $125 338-

I i I ee0 Dinette set $55, full bed $60 futon-
I I c: I I I I $165, brass hdbd $35, vacuum $50, king
373FINDBUY I : i II soft sided wat rbed-65% wvls $200,
I Glass end tables $50/pr/ 45 gal aquarium
410, Ii complete 245. All exc. cond. 338-0483.

1 I I ; I I I I = 1I Apple lie computer with color monitor and

Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, jobs, etc. to be listed in a"directory" I I n I software. Excellent condition. $350. Call
to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form 7i Tommy: 377-7380.

explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help 1 I I I I I I I I Video Camera Canon E80 Camcorder w/

you determine the cost. Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to i I I I rechargeable batt. and many extras. Only

advise you.Alligator 1 I I I 8 mos. old. Paid $1500 asking $750. 376-
i I 5382. 1-30-3-6.

Classlfleds may be placed in a number of ways: 1 I I. I I I I SNOW SKIPre 800 UVC 200's. Brand

1 1 I I I I I o =: :0:i 1.C7: Z"1]0 :=: I new un-open $100 OBO. 3367292. 1 1.
1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by '! SS a:
telephoning 373-FIND between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. 1 m ::: 2 I Sega Master Systems with 4 games $75.
I I I I I I CA T 0I Also selling many Commodore 64 games.
i I
1 A Call 335-0879 alter 4:00.: 1-30-3-6
2. You can mail your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order.

or Mastercard/Visa information no cash, please) to: 1 I I I I I I I TWIN BED FOR SALE $75 call Leslie 335-

0 9455 1-31-4-6
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Alligator Classifieds 1 I I
I I I BED: SINGLE, $100, PINEWOOD with no
PO Box 14257Gainesville 1 I I gl I I I r 1I metal, fits flush on the floor. Dennis 372-
FL 32604
2857 2-2-5-6
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3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W. Io Printer Okimate 20 Commodore/ 64

University Ave., between 8 am and 4 pm, weekdays. Our trained, friendly I f I I I i s = board, 1-31-3-6 color like new, $150 OBO. 332-
AI 0139.
staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I

I I .. I I. 1 I = :-z: 2 REDUCED SEASON TICKETS for University

4. You can place your ad in person at one of The Alligator's convenient 1 I I I I I !.:! = I Performing Arts Series. May be
"remote" locations.ON gl ;. .. renewed. 3384741.29+6

CAMPUS LOCATIONS: t 'I I SOLOFLEX Only a few months old. New
.. price 1050. asking $850. Negotiable.Call .
Location Day Hours l'f .... I Chris 3352350. 225.8

1 Peavey Patriot electric guitar, wood body
Main Bookstore Hub
1 I with hardshell case in great shape $150.

Customer Service Desk . M F 8 am 4 pm 1 I I gI I I I "1 I Call 392-3284 8-5 or 4541930. 1-30-5-6

Medical Bookstore, Shands M F 8 am 4 pm I I I I I I OFFICE USE ONLY Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4-12
I cabinet channel switching, effects loop
Reitz Union, Cashier's Office M F 8 am .9 pm Sp.Chg. and footpedal. both for $925 obo 3778795. .

Room 118 . . . Sat ., Noon 9pm 1 ( I I ( ( I R"CASHCK By_: I 2-6-10-6

''' EVES 37633t6.30.5.1\
Please use this form to place Alligator Classifieds. Please follow these
(Circle one) 7 REAL ESTATEReal
for Rent: Furnished _Services
instructions exactly. Be careful to include everything you wish to say. Re- 1 I
_2. For Rent.: Unfurnished __12. Typing Services 1 _.
quest for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered CREDITS a 1 _,. Mobil Homes For Rtnt/Sil/ _11. Help Wanted. 2 Day D.YI....$ I Estate Licensing Course, Sat. only
new advertisement. THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR _4. Sublease HouMpt/ _14. Business Personals 3 D.y."I.OO 12:30-6:30: : day crash course Feb. 12,
AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error The Alligator is 1 _5. Roommates _1S. Personals' 4 Days.".11.00 I Real Estate Appraiser, starts Feb. 27, The...
responsible ONLY for the FIRST insertion. Do not use foreign language, _S. For Sit _15. Connections 5 Day.".'3.00 Florida Center. 37127117.3010.7
double-entendres or manner of address which identifies the addressee 1 _7. RM! Estate X17. Notion I
with advertising copy does -s. Motorcycles =,.. Rides Additional. Days Own Instead of rent: Condo for sale,
to third The of
a party. acceptance payment _'. Autos X10. Pits S>.00 each I 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, poolside, energy effic., A-1
The Independent
of 1
not constitute a binding agreement on the part _,11. Wanted =2D. Lost A found _Boys$_ cond., priced right-terms. SouthFork0.kI373.43.7.
Florida Alligator publish said copy. Independent Florida Alligator I 1-31-10-7
reserves the right to act as a sole judge of the suitability of any advertising o MASTERCARD OVISA EX' DATE: '1.00 Aultlesel each line,each day
submitted for and reserves the right to edit,revise,
copy publication I
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1980 Toyota Coronal) Luxury Edition, 4- Math? Then call Greg at 377- Poster with any glamour session
SUZUKI $300 dr, 5-spd, a/c, stereo. good cond. 108000- Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 7415 or Alex at 371-3998. Professionaland with award winning photographer Bill
LOW MILES. CALL EVES. mi. Asking $1300. 3927923. Alter 5pm Rings ETC. Top t or trade. Ozzle's Fine Reliable Tutoring oflered. 1-30-5-11 Horne. Studio or location. Glamour with
3763316. 1305.8 335-6217. 1-30-4-9 Jewelry 373.9243. 43075.10 style. 377-6583 See the display now 1-
Door and Lock Installation and Repair
1982 Suzuki 550, BOOOmls, lull faring, always 88 CRX-sl, AC, AM/FM Cassette, 4-spks. 11 SERVICESNW Call Joe at 3764339. 1-31-5-11 Need turn., clothing, household goods?
covered, excellent cond. $1400 call Great bargains layaway plan avail.
sun roof, lu.lnj.ction, Alloy wheels, like
Weeks Flea Market State Road 26, 3ml
Mike aft. 3.
Andrea 373-8124 Lv 2-7-10-9 Group for UF students of alcoholic parent-
377-4257 1-29-4-8 new. Msg. Mini storage at '1-75 ft NW 39th Ave age8wk.. / Feb-March. Contact Marilyn west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Op.nS.t
near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 37265B6leave/ by 2/2./ 2-a-5-; ft Sun. 472-2061. 2-9-20-11
72 914 Porsche, new paint, new engine message
Honda 150 Elite Scooter, park anywhereon $20. 10% disc to students. 332.8917. 4-
Must Sell $2500 OBO 377.5535 L.av.Me..ag. .
campus, 60ml./hr, 75ml gallon, great PRO DJ SERVICEII
.. 1-31-5-9 MOVING*
cond., call lor more inlo, $1100 neg,373- BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS *SUNBELT Reasonable rates, excellent tunes, pro
7041. 1-30-5-8 Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies. equipment. Give CJ a call at 375-8483
Honda Accord 80 Auto. 4 door tinted
dist. Lie/Ins.
1liemHouse full. Local/Lng and Iva
wdws.64k ml. Runs and looks great! Club
Honda Scooter, runs great, new tires, 1233 NW 10th Ave. Priced lor Students, I Marty 375MOVE. 4-
Fuji bike Incl. Must sell! $2900 obo. 335-
good transportation $300. 335.1843 Rob- 7431 2-2-7-9 372-1664 Free dental screening & x-rays, senior
ert. 1-30-4-8 MC/VISA/lnsurance/ ONE STOP DENTISTRY dental student looking (for board patients,

1967 Mustang V8 red new h.p. radials, Free Pregnancy Test Accepting new pts, emerg tree filling ft or cleaning If you qualify. Call
HONDA CT110 $250 excell. student or new brakes, dual exhaust, am/fm/cass. Member Adult cleaning $28, child $18 332-5649 Iv. name & number 1-30-5-11
first bike 90mpg/ SSmph easy parking $2500 obo. 336-4113 ask lor Sean. 25- National Abortion Federation ((4)Wisd.) tee $325, (SJWisd.) tee. $250,
Call collect Kenny 1-752-9137 2-1-5-8 7-9 ((2)Wisd.) tee. $200

9 AUTOS 1985 Suzuki Samurl4 X 4 Get confidential testing and treatment at Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.
Runs and Looks Great PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- H. T. Gonsouhln, DDS 372-9521 12 SERVICESYOU

Must Sell $1600 Firm
Cony. 84 VW Rabbit, black. 88,000 mi., AAA STORAGE WRITE, WE TYPE
sporty, excl. condit., $6500 obo, call Paul Call 3326323. 1-29-2-9 Close to UF, Convenient MOPED CITYPick Business Legal' Personal Reports

335-5496.vea. 1-30-6-9 '84 Mazda B 2000, Sspd, AC, tinted win 4x4x4 $15/mo up/Drop off..1/2 off now Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.
4x8x8 $25/mo
dows cond. $2500 G'ville Handicapped Typing
Camaro 84 V6 auto PW PB PS AC tilt great 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 378-7179
OBO. Call 372-9907 alter 2:00pm.: 2-1-5- *FREE*
am/lm. A last clean car In superb cond.
Must .sell. Asking $3668 obo. 335.6132 9 ** GATOR MOVING ** Pregnancy Test Typing reports business legal Aresumes
eve. 1-29-6-9 Gainesville Women'sHEALTH cassettes transcribed applications !
1973 240Z White, am/lm cass,recent new Full/Serv/ Mov/Storage/Packing ,1itemHse 1- letters
CENTER notary Aetc.Available
CHEVY MONZA '86. Red, Auto, new engine, very last. 373-7853 Leave mes- / Full. Days/Eves. Long dls. 720 NW 23rd Avenue 24 hours/7 days3722777. 4-30-75-12 t
am/lm. & sage. $2,600 OBO. 2-1-4-9 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11 r
paint, ac, Peppy dependableAsking 377-5055 ,

$1300 OBO. 3750116. 1-30-5-9 86 Ford Tempo GL 5-spd, AC, am/lm SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons ABORTION (To 24 Wks) i i
exc/cond. $700 down Take over BIRTH CONTROL SEIZED CARS, trucks, 4 wheelers
Nego boarding woodser facilities *
DODGE ARIES WAGON 86. Fully maintained pymts of 16688. Call Wendy 374.7275 hay rides parties sales working Gynecology Services TV's, stereos, furniture, computers !
excel cond. Red
auto, ac, ps,
DEA FBI IRS and US customs. Avail
374-8603. 2-2-5-9 by ,
or students accented. 4663224. 3758080. a
pb, anvfm./ Asking $4600 OBO. 375-0116
Valentine Special be photographed by able your area now. Call 1805682.7555 1
75 Camaro 350 V-8 Excel/cond/ A/C, 83 Mustang Convertable $4600. PB, PS, MOVING? internationally known beauty photographer Ext. C1670.
AM/FM/ Cassette, new paint, interior and AT, air,am/lm cassette. New top, tires, all Resourceful student w/ full size truck will Bill Horne. Get a free poster print. (call 7 days a week) v
brakes, $2700/0BO./ 335-2891 21.79 records, Ready To Gol Call 3761022. 2- beat any price In town. 336-9461 3-8-30- 377-6583. 1-31-15-11

1977 Celica GT New tires, brakes, bat- AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange
tery. Int In top shape, has bedders & hl- ft Blue Insurance. Drive thru in Butler -
perl carb, AM/FM cass. Runs & handles Plaza. We care Call us tat
great $1500 obo 376-0127 Price includes 377CARS. 2-9-10-9
car cover and lull size spare


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48 substitutes Meathead z I 22 Moonstruck. For less than $70.00 you can advertise your

50 Lizzy 23 outrageous specials on Friday, Feb. 9th. You could have 49,000, 1 1o

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57 Saharan 14 u Let the full moon influence you. .

58 59 Press Martian 4s J9 o Get an additional 10% Discount copy and payment early .

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Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. 375.8967 30pm: phone sales, hourly wages plus print on paperllllm/ Camera-ready) Hot Male Exotic Dancers put life Into your
WCS 917 NW .373-6822. 4-30-75- Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. bonus. Friendly atmosphere. Call after' Mac/Ibm. Florida (Imagesetter 3780200. PARTY We come to youl! 376-9833 *
Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13 1pm 3783238. 1-30-2-13 1-29-6-15
GATOR TYPING moved t lowered prices.

Laser printer. Resumes $12 &. up. Page Paying $125 to persons Infected cuts, A Plus Notes Are you an 'A' student do 15 PERSONALSLADIES VOCALIST needed to join CHAOSI I Local
discounts avail. Days & eves. 373-4564. scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic you take excellent notes, would you like hardrock/metal band. M or F to audition ft
study. Blood test required. Call 331- to earn while you learn If so then call MAKE MONEY gig ASAP. Call 3774087. 1-29-5-15
MICRO CENTER/ Typing 336-4936. Full 5371. 1-31-17-13 3716954. We are still looking for students We buy & sell good used clothing.

a .service computing Typing starts @ In following' classes: ADV 3501, Call Second Act. 373-8527. MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich specialw
1.50/pg/ Resumes $8 Self service Now accepting applications for Real APB 2150, APB 2151, AMH 2020 ANT / free '16oz drink. BAGELS UNLIMITED
resumes $2.50/hr .15/page./ Laser dent Assistant positions for the Fall 2149, ANT 2402, ANT 2410, ANT 3511. Great 1620 W Unlv. Open lam to 7pm. 2-9-13-
typeset graphics spell check theses 1990 Semester. Applications available AST 1002 CAP 3802 CDA 3101. CHM prlces-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical I

papers special character employment at either the Housing Office or all reel- '020, CHM 1021 CHM 2040, CHM 2045, Laboratory 378-5563 618 SW 4 Av.. 1
databases mallmerge training. denee hall area office Application CHM 2046, CLP 3144, COC 3110 COC block from Ala Gtn. 4-30-75-15 15SPRING
WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 430PickupDel. are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to the 3400, COM 1000, COP 3110 COC 3400 BREAKBahamas
Division of Housing Office. For furtherInformation COM 1000 COP EUH FIN Natural Foods and Vitamins
3110 2001 ant $189, Jam.lca3nt $289, Ski
/ Typing and wordproc. near
service. contact the Staff StudentDevelopment 3408, GEO 2200, GEO 2201, GEO 2420, Birkenitock Sandals. Snowshoe WV 3nt $169, Key West 3nt
Dependable, quality
campus Office at 3922161. 2-2- GEO 2500, GLY HIS 2464 ISM Sunflower Health Foods 1311.
Reasonable rates 24hr/day./ Call Carol 1000 $ Extra nts avail. $39 holds your..pollBreakaw.y
373.4484. 1.31-11.12 EARN $100 MONTHFor 3011, ISS 2120 JOU 3100 LEI 3830, 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 Tours 377-6369. 2-16-18-15
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English B.A. Ripp 376-3649. 2-13.20.12 cial bonus with this ad Call for appoint especially looking for ANT 2410, AST 30-75-15 Begin Feb 5 or 13th. Water World 720 NW

ment. 1002 COM 1000 and PET 3320. Call 13 ST. 3772822. 215.15
Typing Laser Typesetting NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get.pecl.1
Alpha Plasma Center 371-6954 if Interested.
student discounts and
resumes reportsletters etc. on exams 4
M-F 30-5.30: : Sat 11:30.2:30: : MARIE S.
376-5465 3500 W Unlv Ave. all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
9 SW 1st St. 378-9204 Experienced Basketball Officials/ needed. If you were at Confetti' In Ft. Lauderdaleon
Alachua Word Processing. 2-12-20-12 377-0881, 4-30-75-15
$3.50 per hour semesterly raises. New Year' Eve, please call Karen 332-
EARN INSTANT CASHI Debate, English Come by Room 214-FLA for Info 6577.
Gym or
Look Your Best
Put It In Writing. Fast Accurate, Reliable Everyday)
Forensics, law, speech majors. Feb 15, call 392-0581 22.8.13BUSINESS IMPORTANT!!II!!II!!Il11111111111!!!!!!!!!!!!
Service. Masters In English; Will correct 16, 17 at Reitz Union. Contact Dr. Bar. Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc. for 2-2-5-15
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''I By GUERRY SMITH in the second set lately," Farley said. Arendt beat Lori Webster 6-4, 6-3; S.F. rips DenverNEW
"I first and then defeated Chrissie Tee
Alligator Writer play really good set Berger 6-1,6-4;
mentally I let down a little bit. WhenI Alcini beat Nicky Ivy 6-1, 6-0 and ORLEANS Joe Montana struck Denver for
On a weekend with perfect tennis I got down 6-5,1 I think that's when I Goodrich beat Keri Preng 61,61.In five touchdown passes Sunday, bringing the San Fran-
weather, the UF women's tennis team started concentrating a little bit bet doubles, Goodrich and Dan- cisco 49ers a record-equaling fourth Super Bowl title witha
opened the spring season with two ter." forth, playing at No. 1,beat Baker and 55-10 drubbing of the Broncos in the Louisiana Super-
performances that nearly matchedthe In other matches, Nicole Arendt Preng 6-2,6-1; Arendt and Alexanderbeat dome.

weather. beat Tunecia Sheffield 6-2,6-1; Holly Tee and Waggoner 6-1,6-3; and Montana's five touchdown passes three going to
The Lady Gators swept South Florida Danforth defeated Jean Gurney 6-0, Alcini and Farley beat Ivy and Web- favorite target Jerry Rice set a Super Bowl record in
on Saturday and Florida State on 6-0; Andrea Berger beat Jennifer Car- ster 7-5,6-1. the most one-sided contest since the season-ender beganin
Sunday 9-0, and did not lose a gamein lino 6-3, 6-1; Jillian Alexander beat 1967.
three matches. Caroline Albertsma 6-0 6-0; and Amy N i

Against USF, all six UF players Alcini defeated Melissa Franco 6-1, Men's results. Five of six singles
broke the first service of their 6-0.
games teams and one doubles team were
opponents, setting the tone for the In doubles, the top duo of Arendt ousted in the first day of the South- AROUND SPORTS
weekend. and Alexander beat Bastian and Shef- eastern Conference Indoor Tourna- ..
Leading the way against South field 6-1, 6-3; Danforth and Cathy ment in Nashville, Tenn.
Florida was freshman Andrea Farley, Goodrich blanked Albertsma and David Blair was the singles survi- Montana was named Most Valuable Player for the third
Franco and Alcini and time in the Super Bowl, unmatched by any player.
who beat Kristi Bastian at No. 1 sin- 64,64; Farley vor, but he eventually lost Saturday
gles 6-2, 7-6. beat Carlino and Gurney 6-0,6-3. 6-3, 7-5 to Tennessee's Brice Karsh.In Swim teams split against Tennessee
She won the opening set easily, but Against FSU, Coach Andy Brandi doubles, the team of Blair and Rick UF split its swimming and diving meets against Ten-
she struggled in the second. Bastian played with the lineup, using Dan Holton lost 6-3, 1-6, 6-1 to Auburn's nessee on Saturday, with the women's team edging the
saved two match points, and then forth at No. 1 singles and moving David Ekerot and Jerry Frantz. The Lady Vols and the men's team losing by 29 points at
broke Farley's serve to lead 6-5. Far Farley and Arendt to No. 2 and No. other UF doubles team of Jeff Mager Knoxville, Tenn.
ley recovered to win the next game, 3, but the results were the same. and Warren Brooks lost 6-1, 6-2 to The third-ranked Lady Gators controlled their portionof
setting up a tiebreaker, she won. Danforth beat Buffy Baker 6-1,64; Georgia's Al Parker and Murphy Jen- the meet, winning eight of 13 events to defeat the
"I seem to have a lot of problems Farley beat Ann Waggoner 6-1, 6-2; sen. fifth-ranked Lady Vols 62-51 in the Student Aquatic
UF freshman Whitney Hedgepeth again led the Lady
Gators, winning the 200-yard freestyle ((1:48.99): ) and the
200 butterfly (201.67: ) individual events as well as an-
choring the winning 400 freestyle relay team.
Kristen Linehan won the 200 backstroke with an NCAA
qualifying time of 20148.: Tammy Schubert qualified for
the NCAA regional diving meet by winning the 3-meter
diving with a score of 258.82.In .
the men's competition, the fourth-ranked Vols took
the lead after the third event and never relinquished it,
defeating the ninth-ranked Gators 7142. '
The Gators were led by junior All-American Martin
Zubero, who ran his dual meet winning streak to 19 If 4
F events with wins in the 200 individual medley ((1:51.21)and : )
the 200 backstroke ((1:4921): ).
UF's only other individual event winner was senior
a All-American Sandy Goss, who won the 100 freestyle
The Lady Gators improve to 12-1 overall, 5-0 in the
14 Southeastern Conference. The Lady Vols drop to 5-1,4-1.
The Gators fall to 7-4,3-2.The Vols, the defending SEC
champions, improve to 6-0,54.
Caulklns named to swimming Hall
Former UF swimmer Tracy Caulkins will be inducted
into the International Swimming Hall of Fame this May.

Caulkins, who swam for UF from 1982-84, led the Lady
Gators to the 1982 NCAA Championship title. She re-
ceived the Broderick Award swimming's equivalent I
to football's Heisman Trophy each year she was with I
the Lady Gators.
Lady Gators freshman Andrea Farley struggled Saturday against South Florida, but came back to post a Lady Gators lose against LSU
A first-half rally lifted 16th-ranked Louisiana State past
6-2, 7-6 victory over Kristi Bastian.Gymnasts .
the women's basketball team Saturday,winning 71-60 ?
in a Southeastern Conference matchup at Baton Rouge,
Lang and Candle Wilkie scored 10 points apiece j
lose first meet of season to lead UF. LSU's All-America candidate Dana Chatman

led all scorers with 18 points, including a 10-for-10 I
Lady Tigers freshman Danielle Pritts tine Weaver's fears heading into the performance from the free throw line.
By SHARON GINN won the all-around with a 37.85. Gators meet-became true.Auburn has a repu- The Lady Gators fall to 10-8 overall, 1-4 in the SEC,
Alligator Writer senior Karen Brennalt tied with tation of having impolite fans at its while the Lady Tigers improve to 14-3, 2-2. I
The UF gymnastics team suffered its Auburn's Lisa Grieco to take third witha home meets, and Saturday it did noth- Track team members do well '
first loss of the 1990 season when it 37.05. It was the first such finish of ing to change that image. Senior All-American Mark.Everett qualified for the I
traveled to Auburn Saturday night. the season for Brennalt, who was unde- While the UF gymnasts were performing NCAA Indoor Championships with a third-place finish in
The fifth-ranked Gators ((3-1 overall, feated in the all-around this year going their routines, the Tigers par- the 400-meter dash, highlighting UF's efforts this week-
1-1 in the Southeastern Conference into the Auburn meet. tisan sat in the stands, throwing taunts end in the Bud Light Invitational at Johnson City, Tenn. ]
on the road for the first time this season' Brennalt, the SEC champion in the and barbs. "Hope you fall!" was one. Everett recorded a time of 46.36 seconds Friday in the
managed a score of 185.60, falling vault, scored a 9.40 on that event to take "You're going to get a seasonendinginjury meet held on the East Tennessee State campus.
short of Auburn,which scored a 186.95. third. She was beaten by Pritts, who !"was another,leaving the Gators Sophomore Anita Howard led the Lady Gators with a ..
No. 19 who are short-handed by injury already, finish in the 55 dash with NCAA
Auburn improved to 2-2 overall won it with a 9.65 and scored a 9.55 to second-place an qualifying -
with a 1-2 record in the SEC. take first in the beam event. visibly shaken. time of 6.82. Howard already had qualified at the
Junior Pam Titus was UPs top fin- Melissa Kutcher was The Gators will take next weekendoff Florida All-Comers Meet earlier this month with a school-
isher in the meet taking second in the UF sophomore record 6.81.
in the floor with a'955. to prepare for the Feb. 10 tri-meet
all-around with a 37.40. Titus claimed Auburn's runner-up Peri Haddock rounded out theevening's with No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgiain For the men, freshman.Dion Bentley continued his
her third consecutive floor exercise title event champions by claimingthe Tuscaloosa, Ala. torrid pace, placing second in the long jump with a jumpof
with a season-best mark of 9.65, and 26-2 1/4, despite a battle with leg cramps.
bars title with a 9.60. lllrit;,.Ronald
uneven Alligator Dupont Jr.
tied with UF sophomore Christina McDonald
Compiled from Alligator staff and wire reports.
for third on the bars with a 9.45. Despite the loss Gators coach Ernes- contributed to this report
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staysclose It"m rr DeVoe: Get

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falls apartBy UF interim basketball coach Don DeVoe said

he is not concerned about who will coach the

Gators next season, in light of the recent contro-

DAN STIFFLER versy surrounding the team."I .

Alligator Staff Writer can't worry about who that's going to be,"

DeVoe said after his team lost Saturday to lou-
For 34 minutes Saturday afternoon, the
isiana State. "All I am right now is the basketball
UF basketball team seemed about to do
coach, the man in charge of the program. That's
what in the nation them
no one gave a tt "
fV what I am worried about.
chance to do defeat the 16th-ranked
DeVoe, who replaced the ousted Norm Sloan
Louisiana State Tigers.
amid charges of NCAA violations Oct. 31 has
on ,
But a 21.2 run in the last six minutes by
come under increasing criticism from Gators
the Tigers sealed an 70-52 LSU victory in
fans since senior
center Dwayne Schintzius and
front of 14,000 at the Pete Maravich Assembly
junior forward Livingston Chatman quit the team
Center in Baton Rouge and a national
within the last two weeks because of differenceswith
television audience.
Like their last two the Gators
In that same time period, UF has lost four
were outmanned in the end in suffering its
games and five of the last six, to drop into last
fourth consecutive loss in the post-Dwayne
place in the Southeastern Conference.Last .
Schintzius era.
Wednesday, DeVoe was hanged in effigy
"It was a fine effort by our team, interim
from the balcony of an apartment complex across
coach Don DeVoe said. "ISV was the team q
the street from the O'Connell Center. He
.1cA I/ was
that prevailed. The final score was going
booed in the introductions
heavily pregame as
away for them but that's not really an
o UF lost 71-64 to Vanderbilt
indication at all.
Furthermore, DeVoe's wife, Ana,filed a report
The loss dropped the Gators to 6-9 over
all, 2-6 in the Southeastern Conference.LSU with Gainesville Police on Friday after receivinga
"threatening phone call" at about 7:30: p.m.
improved to 13-4, 53.
... Police would not disclose details of the incident.
The difference in the game at the end .1' .
DeVoe said he has talked Athletic
not to UF
was a pair of sophomores, Chris Jacksonand "'III!!!!" h'-
-- Director Bill Arnsparger about the fulltime posi-
Stanley Roberts. After the Gators took < l

their final lead of the game with 6:12: tion."If
SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR Bill wants to talk to me, he can talk to me.
remaining on a pair of free throws from Willie Jackson, dribbling around Vanderbilt's Todd Milholland last Wednesday, If the president of the University of Florida wantsto
Dwayne Davis, the 7-foot Roberts began a scored 10 points Saturday in UF's losing effort against LSU. "
talk to me, he can talk to me, DeVoe said.
12-0 run with a dunk.Jackson,an All-Amer-
"I've not had discussions The
ican, hit two free throws and a bank shot The offense worked to perfection for UF, half with the score at 24-13 to go into any about it.
before Roberts hit a shot in the lane to and after consecutive three-pointers by halftime down 28-22. University"of Florida has to get the best coachit

complete the run with a commanding 61-50 Willie Jackson and Hosie Grimsley, the The Gators were led in the first half by can get.
Gators led by two with Jackson, who scored A story published in Saturday's editions of The

lead.The Gators got back on the board witha 8:25: remaining in the SEe 10 points, and Garcia, Orlando Sentinel said Arnsparger had asked the

pair of free throws by Renaldo Garcia. game. Standings who scored eight of 13 University Athletic Association to give the job

Garcia's free-throws were the last pointsin But LSU applied SEe Overall points in the first half. permanently to DeVoe. The story said the UAA
Louisiana St 5.3
the game for UF as the Tigers ended pressure defense and Alabama 5.3 14-5 "At that point, we turned down the request, saying it wanted to

the game on a nine-point run. turned away the Ga- Vanderbilt 5.3 12-5 were as safe as we continue a national search.

Jackson, who finished with 21 points, tors. Tennessee Georgia 5.3 5.3 '12.5 0.7 could be consideringthe Arnsparger refuted the Sentinel's story in several

started the run with a pair of free-throws, "I don't know if we Kentucky 5.4 g.g difference in expe- other newspapers Sunday. Following

and after a Roberts dunk, he nailed the could have played it Ole Auburn MIss 3-5 3.5 6.11 6-12 I" rience and size," Schintzius' announcement Thursday of quittingthe

door shut with a layup. The Gators helpedthe any other way with a MIss. St. 3.8'0.7UF DeVoe said. Gators, Arnsparger expressed confidence in

Tigers in the end by missing several team like LSU," 2-t 1-11 But in the end, it was DeVoe's ability to lead the team.

three-point shots down the stretch. DeVoe said "I Saturdly'e Results the overwhelmingpresence
Louisiana Stall 70, UF 52 .
"We took them down to a pretty tight thought they really Kentucky 118, Ole MIss 79Vanderbit of the highly

situation but they had the poise and pa- adhered to the game a", MISSISSippi Stile 88 touted seven-footers Paternity suit filed against Davis. UF junior

tience to go inside,"DeVoe said."I thoughtthat plan. Unfortunatelyfor Alabama Georgia 78,,Tennessee Auburn 59 77 Roberts, who fin. forward Dwayne Davis has been served with a

was the difference in the ballgame.The us there were key SundlY"Result ished with 18 points on paternity lawsuit and has two weeks to respondto

big fellow (Roberts) showed his poise plays that we didn't LSU 107. Nevlda.les VIOlS 105 eight of 12 shooting, the charges, court records say.

by being able to score inside and LSU complete." and' 7-foot-l ShaquilleThe The suit, filed Jan. 11 and delivered to Davis

made their free throws when it counted The last time the O Neal, who took away last week, was filed by Sonya Renee Lynum of

today." Gators traveled to Baton Rouge to face the the Gators' inside game while outrebound- Gainesville and alleges that Darryn Demitris

The Gators gave themselves a chanceto Tigers in basketball, they won their first ing them 29-15. Davis, born Jan. 28, 1989 is Davis' son.

win the game by playing a slow-down SEC title. The Gators showed characteristics The five UF starters Stacey Poole, Lyman is seeking child support, expenses

offense, using as much of the 45-second of last year's team despite a cast of Davis,Grimsley,Jackson,Garcia-played incidental to the birth,health insurance, medical

shot clock that they could before shooting. new players by battling back in the first most of the game since DeVoe seldom costs and attorney's fees.

I Spurrier's field of dreams will be grass by SeptemberBy I

JASON DAVIS The University Athletic Association finance decision marks the end to what has By having natural grass at the stadium,

Alligator Staff Writer committee voted Friday to allocate been called "Doug's Rug," a reference to other uses of the stadium will be curtailed,

$330,000 for the $550,000 project. The re- former UF Athletic Director Doug Dickey, the committee said. Among those is recre-
When Steve Spurrier held his first news mainder will come from Gator Boosters Inc. who decided in 1971 to tear up the bahia ational play.

conference as head coach of the UF football Work will begin as soon as possible, UAA grass and replace it with plastic turf. UF students currently use the durable
team, he said one of his top goals was to members said.
have the turf at Florida Field replaced with Florida Field's playing surface was refurbished field for pick-up football games, Frisbee

natural The installation, however, will force the two years ago, when the UAA de- tossing and similar activities, but with nat

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