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I Report: stress teaching skills not research I

outstanding qualities in two of three "In circles of with students if
By RONALD DUPONT JR. categories university recognition quality room, especially graduate ,
research, teaching and service. is closely linked with successful research I haven't done research."
Alligator Writer
"The current path to promotion and ten- efforts," the report said. "Recognition Research is important, but not as important .
When determining tenure and promotion, ure within the university system is too heav- among the international community of as Florida's universities make it, said
UF cares more about a professor's research ily weighted toward research and scholars is the accepted standard of excel- Jane Brockmann, UFs United Faculty of
work than how well he teaches, accordingto publication," the report said. "The teaching lence. Florida union president. She said she likes
a controversial state-commissioned re- function receives short shrift, both in the "In contrast, undergraduate students and the suggestions made in the state-commis-
port.The preparation of new faculty and in their re- their parents tend to be more concernedwith sioned report."I .
report, researched by a private firm ward system." the quality of instruction which the think it is an excellent idea," she said.
for the Florida Postsecondary Education At UF, the report elicited strong reaction, universities provide," the report also said. "There is not near enough emphasis on
Planning Commission, said UF and the ranging from a dean who said a university Interim UF President Robert Bryan, how- reward for good teaching"
state's eight other universities need to put without research is a community college to ever, argued that just as people working in She added that much of UF's emphasison
more emphasis on how well students are a union president who said UF emphasizes various fields must keep researching to stay research has to do with money.
learning from instructors, not on how much research mainly because it brings in money. competitive, so must instructors. And that's "The external image of a university is
knowledge an instructor has. The 47-page report examined the overall why research needs to be emphasized, he determined by its research," she said. "And
UF's tenure program gives professors structure of postsecondary education in said. when you bring a lot of research into a
"permanent status," or guaranteed contract Florida and said universities need to put "You cannot continue year after year to university, you bring in a lot of researchsee
renewal, except in extreme circumstances.To more emphasis on what the student faces in be a good teacher unless you do research,"
be tenured,a faculty member must show the classroom. Bryan said. "I cannot walk into the class- Research, page 11

Slating defray


SG campaign costsBy

dates to donate $50 also, he said.
Alligator WriterUF "Fifty dollars isn't really that
much money," he said. "If you ask
political parties started look10 friends for $5 each, you have
ing for Student Senate candidates the money."
last week, but students who want Thomas said candidates for the
to run with them may have to pay top three positions student body
01 $50 or more to get on the ticket. president, vice president and treasurer
To raise money for Student should be able to raise
sr Government elections,both Today more money than the Senate can-
and Vision party leaders didates, at least $1,000
AsA plan to charge candi- each."Ifyou'reaviablecan.
dates a fee to slate with -
them. Slating is the process SG didate you'll have no
of finding candi- trouble raising money,"
dates for a party.Presidential Thomas said.Vision .
spring elections
candi- spokesman
date Juan Vitali! said the 1990 Marna Weston said the
Today party will ask fora fee is necessary for any
$50 donation from SG campaign, but said
each candidate chosen to run with the party will be flexible.
the party. Vitali's opponent, Mi- Both parties expect the electionto
chael Browne, wouldn't discuss be expensive. Browne estimates
--"Y Vision's slating fee. each campaign will cost between
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATORREGGIE Today party treasurer John Hall $6,000 and $9,000. Vitali estimatedhis
two-car accident at 411 NW. 3rd St. in Gainesvilleleft said the slating fee used to pay campaign will cost more than
for campaign buttons, fliers, plac- $5,000.
about 1,500 customers without electricity Mon-
ards, T-shirts and advertisements started
The parties slating early
afternoon while Gainesville Regional Utilities
day is all parties.But .
common among this year because the Board of
crews repaired the damaged lines. The accident oc- qualified candidates won't Masters, SG's version of the Su-
cured when Cynthia Jordan's car hit a utility pole, be excluded if they can't pay, Hall preme Court, ruled that the super-
above, after another driver failed to yield the right of said. visor of elections had the authorityto
way. Jordan right,was treated and released from "The fee will not keep anybody begin the campaign at any time.
Alachua General Hospital. R from running with the party," Hall Elections Supervisor Tim
said. "It's just to help pay for cam- Crowley said he moved up the
paign costs." campaign's start to allow parties to
Hall said if some students have publicize their views, so candi-
difficulty paying, he may ask for dates could be informed when they
only a partial contribution or waive chose a party.
the fee altogether. The Today party began accept-
"Some people are raising money ing slating applications last Mon-.
,a by holding fund-raisers," Hall said."I day and had more than 30 by
e think Jace (Jackson, Today's Friday, party chairman Ty Adams
vice-presidential candidate) is said. Vision didn't start taking ap-
holding a dance to raise money." plications until last Wednesday but
Scott Thomas, 1988's SUN cam- had more than 20 by Friday
paign treasurer,said the slating fee Browne said. Both parties must
GRANT-ALLIGATOR is the primary way parties raise submit a complete slate to Crowleyby
money. SUN asked Senate candi- 11 p.m. Friday.




Unknown assailant stabs manA woman Lt. Sadie Darnell! said. After the attack, Harris A work of art with you in it...

called an acquaintance for help. Although he did not
Gainesville man was stabbed several times Satur.
day night by an unknown attacker. Gainesville police see the attacker, the acquaintance told police he Student
said. heard someone run out the back door after he arrived,

Jeffrey L Harris, 28, was stabbed at about 9 p.m. in Darnell said. SpecialSession
an apartment at 2001 NW Sixth SL Harris received Harris was taken to Shands Hospital and released

wounds to the left side of his face, neck, upper right Sunday, a hospital spokesman said.
arm, back and hands, Gainesville police spokes- MIKE BRUSCELL Makeover

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Gas seeps deeper while soil testing continues I II

:' By NICOLE SNEED "We just really don't know the extent of between 50 to 400 feet underground, sup- Larry Jackson, chairman of the divisionof
Alligator Writer the problem," Underwood said. "We're dril- plies water to many cities in North Central fruit crops for the Institute of Food and
I ling test wells around the perimeter to see Florida, including Gainesville.But Agricultural Sciences, said UF uses four
While the Florida Division of Motor Pool where the contamination ends. We won't UF Environmental Engineer Joseph private wells to irrigate individual crops of
Is determining the extent of the soil contam- know anything until later in the week." Delfino said the petroleum will first reach a peaches, oranges and blueberries.
ination found last week around UF's Physi- Meanwhile, the gas already in the soil is layer of clay-called a Hawthorn formation Jackson said he wasn't aware of any prob-
cal Plant,the gasoline may be getting closerto seeping deeper, said Anthony Randazzo, which could interrupt its decent intp the lems with the water and that UF regularlytests
water wells below the ground. UF's department of geology chairman. soil and confine it. his wells.

Motor Pool employee Ed Underwood said The gas is going to percolate into the soil Delfino said that while the Floridian aqui- There. is a test well right in the middleof
Monday his department would not dig up and could possibly reach the limestone (Floridian fer is probably not in immediate danger, my little grove," Jackson said. "In fact
the remaining two gas tanks until the extent ) aquifer Randazzo said. The Florid- contamination of private wells should be a
of the contamination is determined. ian aquifer, whose wells can be located concern for UFoSoviet see Water, page 11

speaker disputes

\ Gorbachev's reformsVisiting

professor says economy in jeopardyBy

.. '" disaster."
/.. ...J) r The Soviet Parliament I plans to enact a
.... I' Alligator Writer
market economy in two years, Roulko
: Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev is said. It will begin by creating four market
\ not doing as well at home as he is in the zones and converting 30 percent of the
." rest of the world, a Russian professor said economy. Within five years, 60 percent to
last week. 70 percent of the economy will be con-
Gorbachev's recent economic reforms verted.
f .
have met resistance from the Soviet peoBut Roulko wasn't sure the Soviet people -

placing the whole __ pie would accept a mar-
economy in jeopardy, in- ket economy.
ternational-law Professor "In the Soviet "The trade unions
Eugene Roulko said. (representing the bulk
Union have
"President Gorbachevis we a of the Soviet people)

not popular at home," law. If a politiciandoes stand firmly for stabil-
said Roulko,who teachesat ity,"he said. "They like
Russia's Kiev State Uni- not becomeconstructive the old rules, situa-

versity. in 100 tions, and old political
"His leadership did not methodology."

actually bring reform to days, he is re- Until people recog-
the people (of the Soviet nize they must solve
Union)." moved. In five their own problems,
While former New President the country will not
York City Mayor Ed Koch years, change.
Thursday told about Gorbachev has not The "power is not in
1,000 people in the President Gorbachev's
O'Connell Center that done anything posi- hands," Roulko said.

drug dealers should be tive yet. We do not Gorbachev must
executed, Roulko spoketo help the Soviet people
about 20 UF studentsand have a leader at understand their
Gainesville residents country's reforms and
during a UF College this time. lead them into the era
Libertarians' meeting in he wishes to usher, he
the Reitz Union. Eugene said.
Roulko said more than pro- "In the Soviet Unionwe
18 million people are in- fessor at Kiev StateUniversity have a law," Roulko
volved in the Soviet bu- said.
reaucracy, 5 million work "If a politician does
in the armed forces or "" not become constructive
parliament, and about 40 in 100 days, he is
million are drunkards. Many others are removed. In five years, President
students. Gorbachev has not done anything positive
"Who is working in this country?" yet. We do not have a leader at this time.

Feeling boxed In After 70 years of apathy toward work, "These things, the reforms, are inter-
John Vanhook, who selects American/English language and literature the people do not understand a market esting. A lot has been changed in the
books for UF libraries, carries a load of empty boxes to Library West. economy, he said. Soviet Union," he said, but the average
"The whole economy is on the brink of man is scared.

I Senate to approve judiciaBy ry chair, funding bills I

before senators. Senators will decide by said he is anxious to take the position be- Thomas said SG does not pay for hotel
DEBBIE CENZIPER majority vote. cause the judiciary committee needs to be accommodations now, but if the bill is
Alligator Writer Former chairman Ty Allen-Jones re- improved. A backlog of work left from last passed, they'may start.

Senators are expected to vote on about signed last Tuesday for personal reasons, semester must be passed to Senate,he said. Senators will vote on the first reading ofa
$10,000 of funding requests and approve 'a Tanenbaum said. Allen-Jones could not be "I am confident in my abilities to serve as bill of a Graduate Student Council requestfor
recommendation for the new chairman of reached for comment. chairman,"Tanenbaum said. "I have a cou- $3,000 for travel accommodations.

the judiciary committee at a Student Senate Sens. Charlie Grapski and Ross Bilbrey ple of goals that I want to accomplish and Senators also will take a final vote on
be Im-
meeting tonight on the third floor of the have complained recently that the judiciary the committee's" reputation needs to whether to give the Gator Guard Drill Team
Reitz Union. committee did not have enough meetingslast proved. $2,720 to travel to Mardi Gras in New Orleans
and committeewill semester to handle all the bills that were Senators also may take the first steps in to march in two parades.A .
The Replacement Agenda
in front of them. changing a law that does not allow Student
recommend Sen. Adam Tanenbaum, apolitical put the Government to pay hotel accommodationsfor final vote will be held to give Physically
who has seniority on
for committee -
science major, judiciary
student organizations. Limited University Students $5,893 for its
chairman. The judiciary committee is asixmember committee,was chosen for recommendationover
group that decides what bills go Grapski and Sen. Jennifer Slone. He Interim Student Body Treasurer Scott Disability Awareness Week in March.




German leader arrestedWEST it4

BERUN (UPI) Former East German said other former leading politicians and "helpers"
leader Erich Honecker was arrested Monday and will would be tried on similar charges.He .
be tried along with several other officials of his now said a small group of people in Honecker's
disgraced Communist government on charges of high Politburo had put"increasingly heavy burdens on the
treason, East Germany's state prosecutor's office said East German citizens" and lived like parasites, enjoy- .
Monday. ing "a wide-ranging system of privileges." \
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Hans Modrow outlined Modrow told the West German Express daily a par-
plans for the formation of a transitional governmentin don for Honecker should be considered."Some people "f
which the Communists would share power with the have a too simple feeling of revenge, others see the ,.,;
opposition until March 18 elections.In Honecker case in a level-headed manner," he said.
Bonn, West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl
Honecker, who ruled the country with an iron fist
announced he would campaign in East Germany to
until he was ousted Oct. 18, was charged with abusesof
help Christian,conservative movements there leadingto
the elections. power and profiteering late last year. Two weeks
the state said he also was being
ago, prosecutor a
Honecker, 77, was arrested Monday morning upon
41 41RpS
for treason.
his release from an East Berlin hospital,where he had investigated high
undergone surgery to have a malignant kidney tumor Honecker was placed under house arrest in Decem-
removed. ber at the height of a scandal over corruption and
State prosecutor Hans-Juergen Joseph said Honecker abuses of power by former Communist Party and
would be tried in March on a charge of high treason, government officials. '
including accusations he violated human rights, muz- Modrow and opposition groups agreed late Sunday
zled the press, manipulated electoral results and mis- night to form an all-party government until the national
managed the national economy. elections, which they decided to hold almost two u
Joseph, in an address to parliament in East Berlin, months earlier than originally planned.De .
1 1tilts.

. South Africans cautious about changeJOHANNESBURG 8 ,

South Africa (UPI) -State-run Klerk has been widely expected to outline a ,iii MAPO'CONNELL
radio warned in a commentary Monday that "unjus- reform agenda in his parliamentary address. l
tified expectations" had been raised over the pace of Mandela's wife, Winnie, said last week the family -
racial reform in South Africa and "radical forces"were expected the president to announce the date of the CENTER
still bent on sabotaging the prospects for powersharing release of the veteran African National Congress
negotiations.The leader. HftFt, FREE AND OPEN

commentary coincided with reports in the Police have detained the leader of the South African Fe. 1, 199 TO THE PUBLIC
Citizen, a pro-government daily newspaper, that a Youth Congress in what his organization said con- FUNDID BY SIUDINI CQVIRNMINT
general deterioration i in the security situation in the tradicted de Klerk's avowed commitment t to racial
country's black townships in recent weeks could fur- reform.

ther delay the release of jailed-for-life black leader Peter Mokaba, 32, one of 10 SAYCO officials who [ID@ W@GJ! \MIS! A [IFUH aKDORMO (Q)
Nelson Mandela. held talks with jailed black leader Nelson Mandela

Referring to President Frederik de Klerk's earlier this month, was detained Saturday near the [ D o !are D@3[]o [UPoa ME2MRG
scheduled speech Friday to the opening session of northern town of Pietersburg after attending a com-
parliament, the radio said,"There is a need for cautionto munity meeting in a nearby black township, the or- 2CE iLMMIP]
be exercised in respect of expectations on reform." ganization said.
""This is partly due to the substantial progress Mokaba has been detained several times in the past
already made. It is also partly due to unjustified but never convicted on any charge. SAYCO spokes 771171771117177717711111111111111777
expectations being raised by various parties for their man Simon Ntombena said he was picked up under !
own particular reasons," the commentary said. Section 29 of the Internal Security Act which allows TIOOrn SE &mI D e HU! eWIFOC
Prospects for negotiations between the de K Klerk for detention without charge. .
government and the black majority have entered a The detention comes at a time when the whole [ [ ( D AaEL! [ToQ 0o o &J1b[
"delicate and sensitive phase"and a favorable political world is expecting positive moves from this regime," ,
climate for negotiations still remains vulnerable, the a SAYCO statement said. @ffi \co! rn a Q oQQrart( ( !
radio said. "The De Klerk regime is on the one side trying to
"In recent days, it has been clear that there are still put up a liberal face while on the other it is unleashing ssss J sssssssssssssssssssssssssss
radical elements bent on sabotaging this favorable its repressive machinery to try and destroy our organization -
climate, and hence negotiation prospects," it said. ." "',:.__

I Noriega moved to private jail cellMIAMI I :::/.... <"<' .. .,,'

(UPI) Former Panamanian dictator Miami federal courthouse since his arrival in Miami ".', ;.....,......'.. l.:,..
Manuel Noriega has been moved to a private,specially Jan. 4.His. '.
built 86-square-foot cell in a Miami federal prison, attorneys had wanted to move him to the prison ( ?
finally leaving the courthouse basement where he earlier but were awaiting the outcome of his bond :
spent the last three weeks. hearing. On Friday, U.S. District Judge William ,
Officials at the Metropolitan Correctional Center Hoeveler denied bond for Noriega.
confirmed Monday that Noriega had been moved to Wearing civilian clothing and slumping down in the
a cell in an isolation wing at the prison to await trial back seat of a van, Noriega was moved to the prison PAY IS 3O.oo AN HOUR
on cocaine trafficking charges. after dark Sunday.
The cell was built by combining two regular.cells "MCC is more than satisfactory defense lawyer
and is to lieutenant's office. The Frank Rubino had UF STUDENTS
adjacent a prison said Saturday. That was our sug- FACULTY, STAFF
deposed dictator will not mingle with other inmates, gestion,that they send him to MCC.The government
said prison spokesman Charles Davis. wanted to move him to either Atlanta or Marion, HI. & SPOUSES CAN APPLY
Unlike other prisoners, Noriega has the whole cell Needless to say, we strenuously objected to this."
to himself. Rubino said his client will have
more room and a DEADLINE
"He is isolated from the rest of our inmate popula- "little sunshine" at MCC. TO APPLY IS JAN. 20b.!
tion. We want to make sure he's going to be safe," Rubino and co-counsel Steven Kollin refused to
Davis said.Noriega. participate in Friday's bail hearing, insisting that FOR MORE
was scheduled to meet later Monday with Noriega is a prisoner of war who should be transferredto INFO., CALL
his lawyers and the warden in his cell,and a table was' a neutral country, where he would be either iDMiSH 2 OR COME BY 19
set up there to accommodate the group, Davis said. repatriated or released.
Other inmates are taken from their cells to meeting The U.S. attorney's office rejected the argument, ROOM 2U4 FLA. GYM.
rooms for such visits. and in any event, the judge said he did not have the
Noriega had been held in a basement cell at the jurisdiction to deal with the prisoner of war issue.
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t SFCC may end search for new -president Friday.. I

By CHRISTY HARRIS Board of Trustees will either choose a new Robertson, SFCC's president for 18 years, doctorate degree in counselor education in
Alligator Writer president or decide to continue the search began in September with more than 100 1969.Tyree received his master's degree in
Friday. applicants. Now the list is down to four. counseling and guidance in 1968 and his
Santa Fe Community College wants to The search committee thinks it's a sig- The candidates are Barbara Holmes, provost higher education administration doctorate
hire a president who sees the college as nificant question to ask their opinion on and academic affairs vice president at from Indiana University in'1972.
complementing UF and helping students sharing the community with UF," Delano Virginia State University; Robert Myers,
prepare for a multilingual work place, a SFCC executive vice president;Ronald Tem-
: search committee staff member said. said.Many of SFCC's 10,000 students transferto ple, president and chief executive officer of Holmes received her doctorate in profes-
Tom Delano UF and Delano said SFCC complements Wayne County Community College in Detroit sional higher education administration in
,presidential search committee
Florida's and Lawrence chancellor 1974 from the University of Connecticut.
largest university.don't Tyree, of the
staff member,said some of the questions
Temple earned his social science doctorate
committee members asked the four finalists "We feel we compete,"he said. "We Dallas County Community College District. with a specialization in American urban his-
during interviews had to do with their prospective have entirely different missions." Two of the candidates Myers and Tyree tory in 1985 from the University of Cincin-
relationship with UF. The SFCC The search for a replacement for Alan graduated from UF. Myers received his nati.
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MBA program expandsto Group seeks faculty adviser I

fill growing demandBy Three professors decline white rights group's offerwe

By DEBBIE CENZIPER agree or disagree with what the group is doing."
Electrical engineering Professor Shakir Abbas
CHERYL WEIS A student committee helps Alligator was one of the three professors who turned down
Alligator Writer Cumming with the admission process As the loosely formed "white student union" pre- Wright's offer to be the group's adviser.
and also takes applicants to pares to submit its constitution to UF for approval,
UPs Abbas said he had two reasons for refusing. He
master of business admin-
classes learn about
to help them the
the group still has one last obstacle to cross -
istration program is expandingwhile said one reason is that he did not want to be
program. adviser.
developing a more personal finding a faculty associated with joiners who may be fascist. And the
approach with the students. The MBA program is not grow Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen said other reason Abbas said, is he feels blacks and
ing from the students,despitethe it's the group's responsibility to form constitutionand
The number of applications for away a whites should not be segregated. One group should
admission to the has al- growing numbers. Placement find an adviser before they can register with represent the students, he said.
program Director Elizabeth Watson said she UF. If either of these requirements is not met, the
most doubled to 1,300 in 1990 from "I feel an organization like that where there are
serves as a liaison between recruiters group will have a hard time registering, he said.
650 in 1989.Director good intentions may be infiltrated by people who
and students,helping both Iden- Mark Wright, president of the white student "
of admissions Patricia may have fascist reactions and corrupt the group,
Cumming attributes the increase toUPs tify their needs. She also plans group, said he already has asked three professorsto Abbas said.
workshops and is available for one- serve as adviser, and they have all refused. But
MBA program being namedone UF should not divide Into separate student
on-one counseling with the stu- Wright said he is not worried.
of the top 40 graduate business dents. groups, Abbas added, but rather have only one
schools in the nation by Business "It's against our first amendment rights not to let united union.
Week's Guide to the Best Business The job market is getting tight," us speak due to procedures," Wright said.
Schools. Watson said. "We cannot find the Student Affairs assists groups that cannot find an Abbas said he wasn't afraid of being called pre-
The numberof students admitted students jobs,but we can help them adviser by naming specific faculty members who judiced if he accepted the position."I .
will increase each year, Cumming prepare for employment. may be interested, Sandeen said. Even if a faculty wasn't really concerned with the label,"he said.
said. "We hope to admit 110 students Watson said students are taking .member does not agree with a group's political "Mark was a nice person and seemed well-inten-
to the program in the fall of advantage of the services, which views, the adviser is only there to guide, he said. tioned."
1990. This is an increase of 25 stu- began this semester when her position "We try to assist groups to meet the require- Sandeen said a student group must be registeredwith
dents since last fall." was created. ments,"Sandeen said. "We don't want to imply that UF if they want access to its facilities.


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a conceptProblems

in the State University System tend to appear
on their own. And when subjects such as overcrowdingand
the needs of individual campuses are added to the

brew, controversy should be expected.Last .
week, a private research firm sent a report to the
Florida Postsecondary Education Planning Commission
saying Florida needs two new colleges by the year 2000 if
it doesn't want massive overcrowding. New campuses will
ease problems at the already over-crowded University of
South Florida and Florida Atlantic University, it said.

The report didn't say the state would be immersed in a

giant tidal wave of students if new schools weren't built,
but it did imply the state university system would be pret-
ty darn close to drowning if something wasn't done.In .

the past, the three groups responsible for Florida's C1r
higher education The Board of Regents, the 13 mem- ,J o A
ber panel that oversees the nine state universities, the
Postsecondary Education Planning Commission and the t
State Board of Community Colleges have looked out
for their own interests when making requests. Each

group wants the colleges they oversee to have the "best"

programs in the country, and they set goals accordingly.But .
now it's time for them to forget their individual
wants and heed the advice in that report.

The groups have never worked together on a com- C1 "Al
prehensive plan and as the fourth largest state in the na-

tion, they must realize our present community college
and university system will not satisfy the needs of people
wanting a college education for much longer.

The SUS needs to look at programs in the largest
states to plan for the future. Their small-town attitude

needs want to be a replaced catastrophe.In quickly. and effectively if educatorsdon't It's just a name anyway, Wright?

California, college students face a three-tiered sys- Parents are wonderful people.They give us a home
tem when they graduate from high school, said Amy Collins and food to eat. Generally, they love us and take care eo- Mark H. Wright
of us when we are sick. Parents also send us to great I
editor of The Daily Nexus at the University of
centers of learning like Harvard, Yale, Tulane and of
California-Santa Barbara. course the University of Florida. Parents do give us
The top 12.5 percent of students usually are acceptedas a lot of wonderful things. of expression is an important thing. So
freshmen to one of nine University of California cam- Parents also give us a name. as Mom andDad would say,"Let's sit down and discuss
puses, 33 percent can go to one of 19 California State For better or for worse.A name.A name like Laura, this rationally."If that Mark Wright is able to maintainhis
schools and the rest can attend a community college Sarah, Elvis, Andy or Ed. They give us an identity. organization, I hope that he acts responsibly and
Something to use to get you to the dinner table. A works to better the UF campus and not detract from
of which there are 107. way to wake you up in the morning. Something a it. I hope he can sit down with the Black Student
The UC schools are primarily for upper division stu- teacher can use to call on you in class. Something a Union and the administration to identify the problems,
dents and graduate research, Collins said, while the Cal girlfriend can use to scream with passion late at night.A address the issues and work to solve them.
State schools try to meet the rest of the demand for a name, what a wonderful thing. Or is it? It's who As well, this Mark Wright hopes his phone stops
complete college education.The you are. It's how people talk about you. It's you. ringing.This Mark Wright also hopes that he and his
SUS similar Until recently, I liked my name. However, as of roommates are left alone. Finally, I hope that when I
can create a system. By-adding new late it's been more trouble than it's worth. go home for spring break and my parents yell, "Mark
universities, they can designate specific institutions suchas Well, you ask, what is my name? I will tell you. It Wright you come down here this instant," they will
UF and Florida State University for research and is Mark Wright. Wait! Don't gasp! It's' meMom, the want to talk about law school, finding a Mrs. Mark
upper division classes while more urban campuses can law student Not that other guy, that other Marck Wright, Graceland, Latel. and not why there area
meet the large demands for a college education.But Wright as spelled in the phone book who is a hundred people in the front yard.
the problem for UF has always been that the junior engineering student and founder of the infamous So, please don't confuse me with the other Mark
white student union. Wright I know we have the same name but I can
Regents don't know where they're heading. If the main
Whether that Mark Wright is right or wrong in assure you that the similarities stop there!
is research focus it. If it's the needs of in-
concern on an
organizing this is important but it is who is
group not the Mark H. Wright is a third year law student
dividual undergraduate an even better idea then gist of this article. not involved in the proposed white rights group.
attention to them.
When the Regents meet next month, they need to I EDITOR

make up their minds where they want the future of COAR Week is of sexual assault on campus.COAR many more being raped by an acquaintance
Florida's colleges to go. Then they must collaborate with Week is designed to promote healthy or date.It is these typesof
the whole university system to make sure it works. planned for springEditor relationships, improve com- rapes that can be prevented
munication between males and through education and increased
: The Alligator article on females and to dispel stereotypesand awareness.It is these types of rapes
alligator Thursday, Jan. 25, about Campus sexist attitudes that can leadto that COAR is working to prevent
Organized Against Rape mis sexual assault
EditorLucy{ was Secondly, the Infirmary Director
leading.. Last Tuesday, the Senate Boyd Kellett, and the SG Administration
Chabot First of all,we are having COAR decided not to override Interim said we should take
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Week! It will be the week before Treasurer Scott Thomas' veto on the money out of our already existing
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton Spring Break. Student funding the COAR Week speaker. money. We do not have the
Government's lack of support is not Although a handful of senators con- money they say we do,and we were
Letters Policy going to change the mission of our tinued to support COAR, the rest not allowed to present this infor-
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8y.10 page). They should be
typed double-ipaced and signed. They mould Include I typed name, address and telephone organization. were discouraged from doing so. mation before the Senate.
number. Name will be withheld If the writer shows Just eaue If you have any questions call COAR is here to raise the aware- However, for each Maynard
person that Wendy
the editorial' page editor at 3764458
ness of students about the problem is raped by a stranger, there are COAR president


I Conference focuses on Africa's women farmers I

By NITA RUDRA World Bank and several U.S. universities term, structural adjustment programs will "Reading textbooks about developmentand
Alligator Writer debated structural adjustment reforms. help Africa feed itself." such theories is different than hearing

The World Bank and other international The reforms require governments to open views from the actual practitioners," said
African women who grow much of the lending agencies imposed the reforms as their economies and let prices reflect real- Comfort Olayiwole, principal of the agricul-
continent's food may have suffered from conditions for economic aid to help African market values and production costs.By end- tural college at Ahmadu Bello University in
reforms designed to improve the continent's countries recover from debts incurred dur- ing price-fixing, the reforms help farmers Nigeria.
economy. ing the oil crisis of the 1970s, said Robert avoid debts and eventually make profits,he
Last week 25 experts on the African debt Hamilton, outreach director for the Centerof Rapid population growth, poor soil and
erratic rainfall dictate the African
said.The ,
African Studies. economy
crisis gathered in the Reitz Union auditorium
aim increase
programs to domestic World Bank representative Stephen O'Brian
for the 1990 Carter Lecture
Conference. Series The aim of the structural adjustment production, decrease food imports and en- said. Conditions imposed by outside agen-
programs is to improve standards of living courage investment from abroad. But some cies harm the farmers who must deal with
Representatives from African nations, the for farmers," Hamilton said. "In the long researchers said they only work in theory. domestic conditions.


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Alligator Writer

Krin Cosner decided to become a
midwife after giving birth to her own
baby at home, with the help of a
midwife from Gainesville's birth cen-

the center, there are no preconceived -
traditions about how to give
birth, said Cosner, who graduatedfrom
UF's midwifery program and
now helps other pregnant women
through natural childbirth.The .

center encourages creativity,
and some mothers have even been
known to give birth in a bathtub,
R Cosner said.
D "You don't have to follow traditions.
Your baby never leaves you-it stays
>( with the whole time."
," ,
d "'.. \.\ UF is among the 24 universities in
rf '"\0 a the country that offer a graduate program
.. .} ;- in nurse-midwifery.

Blade runner KEVIN WISNItWSKI -ALLIOAIOR Nursing Professor Audrey Quarlessaid
the program, which is taught in
T.J. McGraw, a Gainesville mechanic with Silverstar Aviation, cleans a blade of the Stat-flight helicopter at Alachua Jacksonville, can't accommodate all

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I E Student Health Service Reorganization II

r To Improve Efficiency- Personalize Care :

A planned merging of individual clinic The University of Florida is one of 53

operations at the University of Florida American universities and colleges with a

Student Health Service will dramatically nationally accredited student health service.

the infirmary's efficiency But Kellett says UF shouldn't be satisfied
Produced by UF Information and Publications Services, 355 improve campus with meeting just the minimum standardsof
and the
T gert Hall,and paid for at usual advertising rates to com personalize care re- for accreditation.
municale official notices and Important Information to ceive, Health Service Direc-
students, faculty and start Call 392 0186 for information tor Dr. Boyd Kellett. "We need to exceed those standards," he

The reorganization, scheduled for March DR. BOYD said. "With the resources we have in terms

1991, calls for replacing separate specialty KELLETT a of staff and funding, we should become a
clinics with five general-medicine teams. Director"' recognized leader in student health ser-

Students will be seen by the same team of Student vices in the South. That's not just a per-
Health 6' sonal ambition-I think it's almost required -
throughout their college careers, enabling
Applications Due infirmary personnel to continually track Service To waste the resources we have

their general health care. Students will be would be negligence"TODAY

For Engineering referred to specialists as needed.
"Under the existing system, students are TFt

routed to a different specialty clinic for each NEXT WEEK

I Scholarships particular health problem. As a result, stu- CAM US

I dents are seen by many different infirmary
Students in the College of Engineeringcan personnel over the years. There's little interaction -

apply until noon Monday, Feb. 12, for between our staff and no con- gynecology will continue to work at the infirmary -

scholarships for the 1990-91 academic tinuity of care for students," Kellett said. two days a week for consultationon
About 60 scholarships from the college
year. with cases.
"By pairing patients permanently special
will be awarded to students based on their The current of han
own general-medicine we can infirmary's system
numerous factors including academic provide the personal touch students are ac- dling and storing medical records will re- QUALITY
achievement and financial need.I ING to discuss life at UF for Black and
I customed to with their family physicianback main the same, he said, ensuring the con
Applications are available in engineer home"Kellett : fidentiality of rape victims, women with Hispanic students, 3 p.m., UF Foundation
I ing departmental offices and in 312 Weil Conference Room, 2012 W University Ave.
hired last July from the Univer- sexually transmitted diseases and women
Hall. They must be returned to the under sity of Southern Mississippi to direct UF's seeking birth control. ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Ecology of the
, "
graduate coordinator in the student's Mormon Cricket, by UF entomol
Student Health Service, plans to usher in Another of Kellett's sweeping changesat
department. For more information on the ogy/nematology/ chairman and professor
Health Service
I the general-practice system next spring, UF's Student -computerization
scholarships, call the College of Engineering after completion of a $1.3 million expan- of patient appointmentswillmake John Capinera, 3:45: p.m., 211 Bartram Hall.
Office of the Assistant Dean for MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
and the first
sion renovation project on it easier to appointments.
Academic Affairs, 392-0944. floor of the 59-year-old infirmary building. Student Health Service is spending TALK, "Polymer Physics and

Each general-medicine team will consist ofa $150,000 to upgrade its computer system Second Order Nonlinear Optics of Doped

physician, physician's assistant, nurse- and also will install a more versatile tele- Polymer Films," by Northwestern Univer-

First M.E. Rinker practitioner and a registered nurse, plus phone system. sity professor Hilary Hampsch, 4 p.m.,
of Bless Auditorium, Williamson Hall.
support personnel. "Seventy-five percent our patients are
Kellett says health care services for walk-ins. To reduce waiting time and over- FOOD SCIENCE LECTURE, "food Quality -

Lecturer SpeaksOn women will increase under the new arrangement crowding, we need to turn that ratio of Fresh and Minimally Processed Fruits

One of the five generalpracticeteams around and have three or four appoint- and Vegetables," by Rob Shewfelt, associate

WednesdayNationally will consist of all women health-care ments for every walk-in patient," Kellett professor in University of Georgia's Food

providers who can treat general illnesses said. "Most students don't know they can Science and Technology Department, 4:05:

known building construction and injuries, as well as routine gynecological make appointments. We're going to haveto p.m., G-086 McCarty Hall.
.expert Richard Wright is the first lecturerof problems. A UF physician trained in advertise to let them know they can." PLANT PATHOLOGY SEMINAR, with
the M.E. Rinker Distinguished Lecture University of Nebraska professor J J.L. Van

Series, which will debut tomorrow at 6 Etten discussing "A Virus-Infected Eukar-
in Auditorium. Green Alga is a New Source of
p.m. Fine Arts Building B yotic
Wright, director of the Center for Build Academic Affairs Seeks NomineesFor Modification and Restriction Enzymes,"

ing Technology, National Institute of Stan 4:05: p.m., 2316 Fifield Hall.

dards and Technology, will discuss "Trendsin AwardsThe INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING LECTURE
Teaching Advising
Building Research and Technology: by Ph D engineering candidate

The lecture series, designed to bring na- Office of Academic Affairs is seek- Reha Uszoy, "Production Scheduling Al-

tionally known building construction ing nominations for the 1989-90 Teachingand ANCE- Regna, 128 gorithms for Semiconductor Test Opera-
scholars to UF was established as part ofa Advising Awards. The teaching awardsare Florida Gym; JOURNALISM-Associate tions," 4:05: p.m., 320 Weil Hall.

$4 million donation made to the UF given to instructors for teaching ex- Dean James Terhune, 2096 Weimer Hall; VISITING ARTIST SCULPTURE LEC-

School of Building Construction by the cellence and effectiveness as well as fot innovation LAW-Dean Dennis Calfee, 264 Holland TURE by Japanese-American ceramic sculptor -

Marshall E. Rinker Sr. Foundation. One in course design and instruction. Law Center; LIBERAL ARTS/SCIENCES-/ Jun Kaneko, 7:30: p.m., Reitz Student

lecture will be presented each fall and The advising awards are given to individ- Associate Dean David Colburn, 2014 Turl- Union Ballroom.

spring semester uals with records of outstanding perfor- ington AGKOJiriJRE/FORESn&-Dean/ -Deem WEDNESDAY

The lecture is free and open to the mance, innovation and outreach. Evan Drummond, 1001 McCarty Hall; VISITING ARTIST SCULPTING WORK-
public. A reception will be held in the Ar- HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONSDean SHOP with Kaneko,
ceramic sculptor Jun
Fifty $2,500 awards will be distributed
chitecture Gallery! in the atrium of the Ar- Richard Gutekunst Hillis 9 4 Reitz Student Union
proportionally among the colleges offer- J-185 J J. a.m. to p.m.,
chitecture Building, immediately follow- ing undergraduate instruction. College Miller Health Center (JHMHC); Ballroom, free to UF students. Call 3920228to
ing the talk. For more information about
NURSING-Associate Professor
winners will compete for 12 Universitywide Audrey registerCENTER
Wright's lecture or the lecture series, con-
Quarles, J-187 SEMINARwith
awards of $5,000 each. JHMHC; PHARMACYDean FOR WETLANDS
tact Linda King, 392-5965. Peter Pevonka, J-484 JHMHC; St. Johns River Water Management
Nomination letters should be sent to the
MEDICINE-Dean Allen Neims, J-215 environmental specialist David Stites, "In-
applicable college representatives listed JHMHC; VETERINARY MEDICINEDean vertebrate Growth Rates in a SubtropicalBlack
Medical Lab Sciences below. If unsure of the college affiliationof Richard
Dierks, J-125 JHMHC and Water River: Implications for Predic-
a nominee, nomination letters to
DENTISTRY-Assistant Dean Joseph tion Models". 11:45 Seminar Room,
: a.m.,
Has Open House TodayStudents ,Interim' Associate Vice President Keith Kehoe, J-405 JHMHC. .
Phelps Laboratory.
:Legg, ,Office of Academic Affairs,. 235 -
STUDY IN information session -
in 1igert .Hall. For additional information POLAND
interested in health
careers : led by James Morrison, UF political
about the contact the-Qfnce Women'sSoccerTourney
care, biology, chemistry or microbiologycan science associate professor and foreign
attend an open house at 6 p.m: today of Academic Affairs, 3921301.: *3K In academic 471
Sign-Up Today GymThe study advisor, 1 p.m.,
in Cl-9, Health Science Center;; sponsoredby : Grinter Hall.BOTANY .
the medical laboratory sciences depart .' ARCHITECTURE/BUILDING/ CONSTRUCTION Recreational Sports Department is
LECTURE by Rodolfo Dirzo,
Interim Dean Richard
ment. Faculty and students will be on: sponsoring a women s soccer tournamentthat
Missouri Louis,
Botanical Garden, St.
hand to discuss the role of the clinical Schneider, 331 Architecture Building; begins Monday. All University of "Studies
on Plant-Animal Interactions in
laboratory scientist in patient care and BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION- Florida students, staff, faculty and their Mexican Tropical Forests: An Overview,"
Interim Associate Dean William McCul-
medical research as well as admissions re- spouses are invited to play. Teams, which 4
quirements. The current crisis in health lough, 102 Bryan Hall; EDUCATIONDean must have at least seven members, must RINKER Bartram Hall. LECTURE
has the medical Marvin McMillin, 140 Norman Hall; by today in 214 florida
care placed laboratory sign up Gym. For SERIES, 'Trends in Research and
ENGINEERING/CIS-Dean/ Herbert Building
scientist demand in the more information about the
in great job tournament, of
Bevis, 312 Weil Hall FINE ARTS-Dean Technology?by Richard Wright, director
market. For more information or to make ; which is funded by Student Governmentand
the Na-
reservations for the tour, call Dr. Jack Joseph Sabatella, 101 Fine Arts BuildingA the College of Health and Human tional Center for Building Technology Technology ,
Institute of Standards and -
Gudat, 392-2601. ; HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORM Performance, call 392-0581
6 p.m., 105 Fine Arts Building B.

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Vistas of the Keys are dominated by emerald-green "KEY WEST"BOYD'S
lagoons, deep-blue seas, nodding palms,rustling pines
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white herons, roseate spoonbills, pelicans, sea gulls, Visitors to Key West are intrigued by colorful Disney-like vehicles known as Conch Tour Trains CAMPGROUNDSOUTHERNMOST
osprey and other feathered creatures.
Islamorada is the centerpiece of a group of islands a new state park tour boat. and 9-hole golf courses. IN THE U.S.
called the "purple isles" that includes Plantation Islamorada also hosts President George Bush duringhis Marathon is also home to Crane Point Hammock a 12 ACRES ON THE ATLANTIC OCEAN
Windley and both Upper and Lower Matccumbc fishing trips to the area to angle for bonefish, tarpon 63.5 acre land tract that is one of the most important "NEW HEATED POOL"
Keys.The name has been sometimes ascribed to Span and other backcountry gamefish historical and archaeological sites in the Keys. The SPRING BREAK
ish explorers who name the island- after the Spanish Long Key State Park has nature trails leading to area contains evidence of pre-Columbian and prehistoric STUDENTS WELCOME
meaning of the word morada-for the heavy concentration tropical hammocks reminiscent of the Keys' wilder Bahamian artifacts and was once the site of an
( of the lovely violet sea snail, Janthina Janthina, ness of a century ago and Grassy Key is the site of the entire Indian village. A museum and research facilityare ((305)) 294-146S
found on the seashore here. Two offshore islands herein Dolphin (porpoise) Research Center,one of four facilities slated to open in 1991. BOYD'S 6401 MALONEY KEY WEST AVE.CAMPGROUND STOCK ISLAND.INC
the"purple isles"have a colorful,historical past: Indian that provide visitors an opportunity to swim and KEY WEST FLORIDA 33040
Key, where a pioneer 18th century tropical agriculturist play with the intelligent mammals. A drive across the Seven.Mile Bridge at Marathon
was killed by raiding Indians and Marathon, heart of the Florida Keys and neigh
Lignumvitae Key,both accessible by privated boats or boring Key Colony Beach respectively boast 18 Please see THE KEYS, page 8

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SPRING 1990 TRIPS! welcome throngs of students to its encourages responsibility and moderation
shores during Spring Break 1990. The among adults who choose to drink.
resort area located on the central east The task force has chosen "A New
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20 Dali Museum, St. Petersburg register after 1/8 Canadian college students will begin gians.
arriving at the end of February.Then in Several popular events will return to
February early March, the American schools Daytona Beach in 1990 including the
10-11 come to town. According to tourism officials beachfront Spring Fcst March 12
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visual delights of the Florida reefs and never get his feet The ever-popular Turtle Kraals on the shrimp docks in c' ;: .i .:"" .
wet It s all there to be enjoyed in a wide range of under downtown Key West is operated as a water-side restau- .' : ,.., ,' ,:. ,.;"'' "'
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Granddaddy of all such exhibitions is the Key West species list and are no longer harvested as food. .".
Aquarium on the waterfront at Mallory Square in Key Other live denizens of the deep such as shark, rays and ,
West It has been in operation 0 octopus can be seen among the ,.. fk4
since 1932 and was the first Some Keys resorts exhibits. But the turtles still
tourism attraction built in the have top billing.
Florida Keys and the first offer glassbottomboats The facility reports it has 41t/.

open-air aquarium in the with the most extensive exhibit of .
United States regularly turtles in the world. One male
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includes a living reef, the reefs. Under- captivity.In I ". .
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turtle pool of some note. The water reefs, marine Islamorada is the well known .
living coral reef, still in an Theater of the Sea where por. .. .
life and its flora
experimental stage, offers a can poises and sea lions cavort in a
fascinating view of a Strug be viewed continuous show in spacious,
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gling coral system and the sea coral) rock-lined natural ponds .. .
life that makes its home in glides in totally wet- Barracuda bonefish, tarpon #:" .
such waters. Menacing barra- and shark can also be viewed ". ."
cuda prowl, a small hammer. free comfort. here along with a variety of f
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Florida spiny Lobster in their natural habitat, completewith marine life and its flora can be viewed as one Scuba diving among incredible Florida Keys reefs, surrounded by more than
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The sugar-white sand is made of 99 percent pure fortresses, antebellum preservation district and even just plain ol" splashing, swimming and
quartz crystal, so the feeling you're imagining is sprawling Naval Air Station and Perdido Key, suntanning are available with abundant facilities .
no fantasy. the western island that until thiscentury was ;sP in this seaside retreat.
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and miles of deserted beaches, the Gulf rates. Located on the mainland, Pensacola is steepedin
coast and surrounding barrier islands of the Gulf of The long barrier island of Santa Rosa is a spin 1 a rich history and embellished with! architectural
Mexico present only one exciting aspect of this re dly sandbar that is shared by the unspoiled resort significance and local legend that invites the cur
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germinates, both geographically and ton is a former trading post along the Blackwater
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of Mexico, you will traverse one of this country's men, the islands give shelter to prolific communities Visit !the Naval Air Station and the Naval Aviation
most scenic passageways. Your first glimpse of of sea creatures: blue crab, eastern oyster, Museum, which together display a full-scale,
Florida's dazzling beauty will emerge when you southern flounder and Florida pompano. These islands panoramic time line of authentic aircraft and avia-
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Florida form neighboring Southern states, and and enticing resorts, were originally created by mouth celebrations of the sea, such as parasailing be the finest exhibition of its kind in the world.
marking the entryway into !the lovely, sunsplashed Mother Nature as buffers for the coastline. high-performance board sailing and jet skiing may
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This coastal area encompasses the historic city whole Pensacola area is a year-round, brightly lit the relaxation-oriented, waterside standbyslike Zoo and Botanical Gardens,home to some 400 animals .
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CIO/ Long Key Stile RecreatlOll Area. PQ,. B Bret< TI6.. butter site. (= &&t'JIfif1O.:' ) wnerhll r tI"" "V'" .r PQ Box 861.. New Smyrna Beach. FL 32069; ((305)) 379-0000; Fla. ((800)) 432-0900;,
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Complex Exhibition Program, Division of Cultural Ft. Meyers 247.2400 Box 1m, Homestead. FL 33030; ((305)) touts bottom boa! tI' tI'' _((904)) 493.1288 ______ __ CIJIOCII1I" r'" r rSuwannee year.important race!' for! sports cars-the Sunbank 24 Island, Fort Pierce, rL 34949;. ((407)) 464-3764'

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.1800s Greek Revival Manor. Spacious rooms Naples do cce t Goad Base. Key 106. FL 3J040: Ochlockonee River State' Pork Speedway, 1801 \V>lusia Avenue, Drawer S, Training periods called "missions" are developedfor
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are furnished with pieces from many periods, "1 - -- -- ; children of different age groups, where they y

some dating to the 1600s.. The white-columned Indian Temple Mound Museum- Miami Key can learn what it takes to be an astronaut..

mansion is set in a canopy of huge mossdrapedlive Exhibits in the museum depict 10,000, years of s I o, u" THE. ;:' $.: AST S -i'i'I CIO Beach:By Highway lagoon, Pevnarok State n Recrenen, FL 32507 Area. ;I(((904), fl 492.1595 Gulf 5 tI .rwakulh Hi features DeLand continu."useum-The.Jy changing exhibits.DeLand. Past Museum Trainees experience NASA Kennedy Space
oaks and graced with azalea and camellia Gulf Coast living by the Indians of the "" "'J'i'1!'' Bill- Slate---Pork- -- -- exhibits have fi.:ured color lithographs of Chagall Center's' Spaceport USA and receive first-hand
gardens.. Mansion tours are available. Eden State Southeast. The mound National Historic Springs Edward knowledge of the facility. U.S. Space Camp.: 6080
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wakulb Spnngu' Ruud. I\akulli\ Sprip FL 32305; V and Miro.. The ,ft..nencan Indian exhibit features
Gardens, P.O.. Box 26 (N.. of U.S. 98 on County Landmark that portrays, through a series of exhibits Senile\; Historic District-Listed on the 16141640.725.1:, 0II' II' baskets and pott try. Every other year, watercolorsfrom Grissom Parkway P.O. Box 2726, Titusville, FL

Road 395)), Point Washington, FL 32454-0026; the technological, spiritual, and artistic National Register of Historic Places, the district artists in tile Southeast U U.S.. are featured.. 32781; ((407)) 267.3184..

((904)) 231.4214.. achievements of seven pre-Columbian cultures. contains a rare concentration of Creole, Victorian, NORTHWEST DeLand Museum, 449 E. New York Ave.,

Indian Temple Mound Museum, 139 Miracle and many other styles of homes dating from the Deland, FL 32721; ((904)) 7344371. '
The 1840 House, Ltd & Strip Parkway, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548;, 1780s to the late 1800s. Pensacola Conventionand SOUTHEAST. .

The Gallery Two structures offering a look ((904)) 243.6521Hi I Key([ We Visitors lr Information Center, 1401 E. GregorySt. Hi U.S. Air Force Armament Museum- HI Birthplace of Speed Museum-The city Elliott Museum-It It takes one and a half

back into the manner in which people lived Junior Museum of Bay County- .., Pensacola, FL 32501; ((904)) 434-1234,; This military museum contains aircraft, guns, of T rmond Beach has been known as the hours to traverse the Elliott Museum's' numerous J Lttractions
the 1900s! Victorian architecture, wings. Features include the Americana Wing:
during early Fla.. ((800)) 343-4321; U.S.. ((800)) 8741234. automobiles
and from Florida pioneer log structures and farming tQ oceanography. The Museum of Man in the bombs, missiles, and rockets which have been "Birthplace of Speed" ever since 18651930. Here of 14 old
original furnishings, reproductions
The 1840 House many Ltd. and instruments, and local historical items are just Sea, 17314 Hutchinson Rd.. (U.S. Hwy 98)) Hi Shipwreck Island Water Park- part of Air Force armament from WW1 to blazed up and down the beach in 1902. The There also dedicated shops to
periods are on display. are displayed. is a
of the A Panama City Beach FL 32413 ((904)) 2354101. Laser radar and "smart bombs" are museum offers a glimpse into the role the area Hi Crown Cruise Line-Sailing daily from
The Gallery, 244 and 224 West Layfayette Street, some interesting things on display. ;, A watersports park with rides, watersides, games, present. Martin County, and a genuine Seminole Indian
trail and also of the collection. The also has played in the development of the automobile the Port of Palm Beach. The 700- MAT/
Marianna, FL 32446 ((904)) 4825624. nature art gallery are also features of children's area, sun decks, and food outlets. part museum chickee domicile, constructed by Chief Osceola's' passenger
this museum. Junior Museum of Bay County, Hi Museum of the Sea and Indian- Open seasonally, from April to September, call contains a gun \vault' theater, and art gallery. industry and automobile racing.. Features includea grandson.. The museum also features a contemporaryart Viking Princess features a full day of fine dining,

a Falling Waters State Recreation Area- 1731 Jenks Ave., Panama City, FL 32405;, Exhibits from the ocean are on display, plus for dates. Shipwreck Island Water Park, 12001 U.S. Air Force Armament Museum, E Eglm Air a replica of the Stanley Steamer, a 1922 Model T, exhibit. Elliott Museum, 825 N N.E. Ocean Blvd., live entertainment, action-packed casinos, and

One of the most recognized geological features in ((904)) 769-6128.&.. Indian artifacts from the United States and South \West' Highway 98 A, Panama City Beach, FL Force Base, Valparaiso,, FL 32542; ((904))) 882-4062. and a 1929 Model-A. Birthplace of Speed Museum, Stuart, FL 3499f<' : ((407))) 2251961. other shipboard activities. Crown Cruise Line,
sinkhole.. Waters East Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach, FL 32074; 153 E. Port Blvd. Riviera Beach FL 33419
Florida is the : Falling sports a Hi America.. A live zoo features alligators, 32407; ((904)) 234-0368.&. 160 ;,
100 ft deep cylindrical smooth pit it that Lafayette Vineyards Winery- peacocks, Hi The Zoo and Botanical Gardens- ((904)) 6725657.' .. ((800)) 841-SHIP..
pheasants, and monkeys. Museum of the N Museum of Arts and Sciences-
water' This is one of the few wineries in Florida. Built in 1946 the '
provides the background for a An Hi Snake-A-Torium-Established The 1 Zoo and Botanical Gardens is the home of
by a colony of Frenchmen some 150 a and Indian, 4801 Beach Hwy., Destin, FL with live Situated on the 60-acre Tuscawdla Park Reserve, Hi Dreher Park Zoo-A A 30-acre zoo
years ago
overlook platform proves to be an excellent 32541 bnake-ATonum is a zoo and reptile park Colossus, the world's !largest lowland gorilla incaptivity. The Boardwalk on Daytona Beach- '
; ((904)) 837-6625... accredited features Arts in
the is set amidst the hills and this fully museum an and animals in natural
vantage point to view the \waterfall\' and sinkhole. winery rolling rattlesnakes, coral snakes, cottonmouth moccasins, ,. The only zoological park within a fii Boardwalk on Daytona Beach is a total featuring domestic exotic a
Falling Waters State Recreation Area, Route 5 S.off S., moss-draped oaks of Tallahassee, a testament to giant pythons, monkeys, alligators, and rare birds.. 200-mile radius of Northwest Florida features center that is home to the Forest America 17501900" wing, Cuban Fine and Folk setting. The zoo has over 96 species and nearly

County Road 276, Box 660, Chipley, FL the pioneering efforts in Florida.. Tours and Hi Naval Aviation Museum-This museum Snake "milking" demonstrations are given.. exotic animals in a natural setting of trees and Amusement.Park entertainment Mardi Gras Fun Center, a abandsheH Art, planetarium, Pre-History of Florida wing, 300 specimens, picnic tables, refreshment stand,

32428; ((904)) 638-4030.. tastings are available.. Layfayette Vineyards! & depicts l history and development of naval aviation, Snake-ArToriu9008. W. Hwy. 98A\, P.O.. Box 9253, botanical gardens. The petting zoo is popular Ocean Front Amusements, sculpture garden, and nature trails.. The skeletonof and special weekend events. Dreher Park Zoo,
Winery., 6505 Mahan Drive, 1 Tallahassee., FL 32308;, with more than 50 full-size aircraft on display, Panama City Beach, FL 32407; ((904)) 234.3311.. with children of all ages.. The Zoo and Botanical for concerts, a Giant Ground Sloth estimated to be 150,000, 1301 Summit Blvd., West Palm Beach, FL 33403;
Florida Caverns State Park-This state Fla. ((800)) 447-WINE; U.S.. ((904)) 878-9041. ranging from a replica of the first aircraft r Gardens, 5801 Gulf Breeze Parkway, Gulf and the Space Needle.. years old is on display. Its remains were found ((407)) 5852197.Hi .
park offers guided cave tours of limestone purchased by the Navy to modem day jet Hi Stephen Foster State Folk near the museum grounds.. The planetarium offers
caverns, swimming, fishing, a picnic area, nature Hi Miracle Strip Amusement ParkA fighters. Also on display is the NC-4, the first Culture Center-A A memorial to composer Breeze, FL 32561;, ((904)) 9322229. Hi Brevard Art Center and Museum educational programs dealing with astronomy as Empress Cruises-The 150-passenger

trails, an equestrian facility, and camping. Florida A famuy-onented park with 30 rides and attractions, aircraft to fly the Atlantic Ocean. Naval Aviation Stephen Foster, located on the banks of the (BACAM-Both) a museum and educational weD as musical laser light shows. Museum of Paddlewheeler' and the 500-passenger()() replica of

Caverns State Park, 2701 Caverns Road, Marianna, an arcade, 15 food concessions, and a lull-service Museum, Naval Air Station, Pensacola, FL Suwannee River, with animated dioramas, carillon facility, BACAM offers a complete art exhibition Arts and Sciences, 1040 Museum Blvd.?, the Hudson River Steamboat are available for

FL 32446; ((904)) 4823632. snack bar. Open seasonally, call for information.. 32506800; ((904)) 453-NAVY or 4536289. concerts every half( hour, and displays of Florida C'ENTJRAL. EASJTAttractions-,.' and class schedule. The museum has a full Daytona Beach, FL 32014; ((904)) 2550285. sightseeing, and luncheon or dinner/dance/ cruises

Miracle Strip Amusement Park, 12001 West folklife.( Stephen Foster State Folk Culture "" ; spectrum of programs: touring art exhibitionsfrom past the multi-million dollar mansions of Palm
Hi Culfarlum See porpoises, tea lions, leah, Highway 98, Panama City Beach, FL 32407; Hi North Hill Preservation District- Center, U U.S.. 41 North, P.O. Drawer G, White major collections of national stature; H NASA Kennedy Space Center's' Beach. Empress Cruises, 900 E. Blue Heron
alligators, penguins I, often, and underwater life.. The This district developed as Spaceport USA-Spaceport USA at Kennedy Riviera Beach FL 33404 ((407)) 842-0882.
((904)) 234-5810-. an upper-class Springs, FL 32096; ((904)) 397-2733.! individual exhibitions of contemporary art by Blvd., ;
Sea exhibit features sharks
stingrays, lea '
Living neighborhood between 1870 and 1930. Center offers and educational
Associatedwith nationally and regionally recognized artists; Space<<;e many exciting
turtles., moray eels, and other decp-sea species in t Hi Museum of Florida History- prominent businessmen, politicians, lawyers, Hi Tallahassee Junior MuseumThe rotating showings of BACAM'i\ permanent displays. On display at the Galaxy Center is space Hi The Henry M. Flagler Museum-

natural letting Gulfanum, 1010 Hwy. 98 East, Fort 'Experience" Florida's' history from prehistoric and doctors, most homes were individually Junior Museum features native Florida Astronaut Memorial Hall- collection, such as Mansol, Hopper, art and models of shuttles, The Gallery of Space This museum is the restored private home of

Walton Beach, FL 32548.; ((904)) 244-5169. times to the present at the Museum of Florida designed to suit the desires of its residents as animals in their natural habitats, including the Astronaut Memorial H Hag ll and the planetarium thatit Anuszkiewicz, and Rauschenberg; decorativearts Flight houses memorabilia from the Mercury, railroad magnate Henry Flagler.\ It contains o>

History. View i great mastodon at the R.A.. Gray weD as the architectural endangered Florida Panther and Red \Mill\ >lf. Other Brevard Gemini and Tours available
Hi Gulf World Walk through tropical gardens fashions of the day. it houses were built by Community ; 100 )yean' of American painting, 19th and Apollo programs. are original furnishings, plus i private railway car,
and lee continoui. running .shows that include Building, or visit* the San Luis Archaeological and Pensacola Convention and Visitors Information exhibits are an 1800s (farm complex, other College to preserve the spirit and tradition of the 20th century animal sculptures, and Japanese by double-decker 106-passenger NEOPLAN collections of furniture, paintings, silver, china,

porpoises, tea lions, parrots, and a scuba .show. Gulf Historical Site a few minutes away, and walk the Center, 1401 E.. G Gregory St., Pensacola, FL historical buildings, and marine exhibits. American space program. Memorabilia such as a woodblock prints. BACAM,,1463 North Highland buses. The Visitors Center is a three-hour Oriental rugs, and costumes dating from the I

World's' Penguin Island introduces these unusual excavation ground of.a Spanish-Indian village. 32501;. ((904)) 4341234; Fla.. ((800)) 3434321; Tallahassee Junior Museum, 3945 Museum model of the space capsule John Glenn pdoted, Avenue, Melbourne,FL 32935; ((407)) 242.0737.The ... involvement at no charge. There is a charge for early 1800s up to present time. The Henry M.Flagler .
visitors to the Gulf Coast in a unique habitat. Gulf Learn territorial and state history by touring the U.S. ((800)) 874-1234.. Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32304; ((904)) 575-8684. and other artifacts of the space program are on the IMAX Theater, which shows a Space Shuttle \ r Museum, Box 969, (Cocoanut Row)

World, 15412 West Hwy. 98-A, Panama City Beach, Old Capitol and the Union Bank Building. a Florida display. You are invited to explore the universe Casements. The restored former launch on a screen almost six stories tall and Palm Beach, FL 33480; ((407)) 655-2831

FL 32413;. ((904)) 234-5271. Museum of Florida History, R R.A.. Gray Building, Hi San Luis Archaeological and T.T. Wentworth, Junior through Florida's' largest public! telescope and Ii ome of John D. Rockefeller serves as the 213 meters wide. There is also a charge for the w.
State Museum A restored Mediterranean
500 S. Bronough Street, 1 Tallahassee, FL Historic Site-A 30;; -acm site served as the collection, planetarium programs which change every six to Cultural Center for the city of Ormond Beach. bus tour. NASA Kennedy S Space Center's' Hi Lion Country Safari-Lion Country

Historic Pensacola Village- 32399-0250; ((904)) 488-1484.. residence of a 17th century Spanish mission and revival cty hall now houses an eclectic relating to eight weeks.. Open Monday through Saturday.. Art exhibits' change monthly, and displays include Spacesport P USA, Visitors Center-TWS, Kennedy Safari is located 15 miles west of West Palm
of fascinating and memorabilia
Historic Pensacola Village contains a unique. Hi The Museum of Man in the Sea- town in the province of the Apalachee Indians; the objects and of \West' Florida.. I It Brevard Community College,; 1519 Clearlake the Hungarian Historic Room and the historical Space Center. FL 32899,; ((407)) 4522121. Beach. In the comfort of )your' car, drive among
collection of historic museums! which two. archaeology history thousands of It features Safari
animals. also
span This Annually from February to May, visitors can Coca-Cola Road, Cocoa. FL 32922; ((407)) 6317889. Boy Scout exhibit. Special events include; fall
hundred of history.. Many fascinating stories museum serves as the education and contains the Hygeia Bottling Company \World\ with free boat
years observe archaeological excavations in outdoor band concerts, poetry readings, Folk a cruise, petting zoo, paddle
about the French, Spanish, and English rule preservation center for the Institute of Diving. progress. Collection and the only galleries in the Southeast
are boats
Guided tours are available. San Luis Archaeological Arts Day, Annual Christmas Walk, and carousel, jungle golf, dinosaur exhibit,
told through the artifacts and buildings left by the Artifacts include a 19th century air supply pump devoted to historic architecture.. TT. Wentworth.,
food and much Lion
and Historic Site, 2020 Mission Road, Tallahassee seminars. The Casements, 25 reptile park, gifts, more.
and the advance of scuba technology songwriters
early Florida pioneers. Historic Pensacola Village, cover to FL 32304; ((904)) 4873711. Junior Florida State Museum, 330 S.. Jefferson Riverside Drive, Ormond )B Beach, FL 32074; Country Safari, State Road 80, PO. Box 16066,
205 East Street Pensacola FL 32501 present day saturation diving chambers. Othermarine Street Pensacola FL 32501 ((904)) 4448905.
Zaragoza ; ; ((904)) 673-4701. West Palm Beach, FL 33416; ((407)) 7931084.f i
exhibits feature from
((904)) 4 444-8905.<< e everything exploration

Popular nature tours by canoe offer unforgettalbe Civil War mansion in Key West and lived in it for view and touch some of the riches of"Atocha"and !
THE KEYS, from page 2 opportunities to view the unique flora and fauna of 10 years while writing some of his best.known the"Santa Maragarita." ,) I;
the Keys. novels.His legend remains and visitors continue to At day's end,visitors gather at Mallory Square 4
leads to the world of the Lower Keys. Many repeat visitors feel the ultimate island is seek out his home now a museum and his to "call it a day." Hardly a contrived activity, the t.
The sheer of the Straits of Florida and the favorite "sunset celebration" is an old tradition that \
sweep Key West, where the land ends and meets the sea haunts,Key West's taverns. daily .
Gulf of Mexico is readily seen from Bahia Honda amid 19th century charm and 20th century attrac A lengend-in-the-making, Key West's own Mel Key Westers gladly share with visitors.While mu. ji
Bridge. A state park of the same name makes it tions. The ambiance of the nation's southernmostcity Fisher has recovered some $400 million in gold sicians and jugglers provide entertainmentthe f
to sample the atmosphere of what are sinks below the horizon and if the sunset \
easy recognized -closer to Havana than Miami-is embed- and silver from the ship "Nuestra Senora de sun slowly "
as"America's Caribbean Islands." ded in its quaint,palm-studded streets,historic gingerbread Atocha,"a 17th century Spanish galleon that sank is good enough,the audience applauds. f
Big Pine Key and Sugarloaf Key are the center mansions built a century ago and a 45 miles west of Key West Fisher, who has spent Color brochures and an accommodations direc- '
for Lower Keys' vacationing and sightseeing. Big relaxed citizenry, who style themselves as 16 years of his life searching for the booty,has established tory are available free by writing Florida Keys
Pine Key is noted for its refuge for miniature Key "Conchs." the "Mel Fisher Maritime Heritage Visitors Bureau, P.O. Box 1147. Key West, Fla.
deer,old pineapple plantations and tropical forests. In 1931, Ernest Hemingway purchased a pre- society's Treasure Museum" where visitors can 33041.Or call,toll-free,1800FLAKEYS.




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Hi Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale Hi Bayside Marketplace-Bayside is located ((305)) 375-1700. The Center is also home to the
r SOUTHEAST:} American and European art from the late 19th in downtown Miami on Biscayne Bay. The complex Historical Museum of Southern Florida, a
century to the present. A permanent collection surrounds a marina comprised of restaurants, hands-on, state-of.the-art museum displaying t
tractionscontinued features ethnographic art including American shops, cafes and boutiques, all reflecting the South Florida's past. Tropical Dreams is on per-
t Indian, preColumbian West African, and OceTut: ethnic and cultural diversity of the city. The manent exhibit. Metro-Dade Cultural Center,
paintings and sculptures. Museum of Art, 1 East marina also has sightseeing boat operations and 101 West Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33130;
Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301; gondola rides. The H.M.S. Bounty, used in the ((305)) 375-1492
((305)) 525-5500 film "Mutiny on the Bounty: is docked at
Hi Miami Metrozoo The Miami Metrozoo
Bayside. The ship is available for tours and party
,' Hi The Monkaml Museum and Hi Oceanwalk at Hollywood rental. For more information on the Bounty call: represents the state-of-the-art in modem zoo
Beach Resort A beachside design, providing visitors with the opportunity to
Japanese Gardens-The Monkami Museumand shopping, gourmetand ((305)) 375-0487. Bayside Marketplace, 401
casual dining complex with amusement Biscayne Blvd. Suite R106 see exotic animals in their natural habitats.
Miami, FL 33132;
Japanese Gardens is situated
on over center theater, spa, and a wide variety of shops. ((305)) S77- 44. Shows, offered three times daily, feature close-up
acres. Here you will be refreshed by tranquil Oceanwalk at Hollywood Beach Resort 101 N. looks and picture-taking of reptiles, carnivores,
nature, Japanese gardens, and a museum that Ocean Dr., Hollywood, FL 33019; ((305)) 9252955. Hi Biscayne National Under water Park- and birds, including a cougar and snow leopard.
brings the age-old culture of Japan to life Glass-bottom boat tours of Biscayne National Exhibits that highlight the African Plains section
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, 4000 Park are offered. America's
Hi newest underwater include displays of playful Colobus monkeys and
Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach, FL 33445; Ocean World-Ocean World offers seven park is also the largest. More than 180,000 acres elegant Grevy zebras.. The zoo's cageless,
((407)) 4950231 continuous, shows featuring dolphins and sea of islands and reefs are waiting for the visitor to spacious natural exhibits range through the
lions Sharks, alligators, sea turtles, and
parrotsare explore Canoe rentals, scuba, and snorkel of Australia Asia and Africa.
0 Norton Gallery of Art-The Norton on Visitors and feed trips continents Europe,
display! can pet a dolphinin
are available Biscayne Aqua-Center miles The is of few in the U.S.
nine zoo one featuring a
Gallery of Art is of the cultural
one major the Dolphin Play Pool and see porpoises and
east of Homestead, off North Canal, P.O. Box permanent Koala exhibit. Miami Metrozoo, 12400
attractions Florida. The is
in museum distinguished sea lions perform at the Grandstand Dozens of
1270, Homestead, FL 33030 ((305)) 247-2400. S.W. 152nd Miami FL
by its outstanding permanent collection and has a sharks feed in the Shark Moat along with sea ; Street 33177; ((305)) 2510403.

mil schedule of temporary exhibitions throughoutthe turtles and hundreds of colorful reef fish. Ocean Hi Cauley Square Village Shops- Hi Miami Museum of Science and Space
year. Norton Gallery of Art 1451 S. Olive World, 1701 S.E. 17th Street, Fort Lauderdale Cauley Square Village Shops is a 10-acre historic Transit Planetarium-More than 140 hands-on

Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401; FL 33316; ((305)) 525-6612, railroad village converted into a shopping area exhibits let visitors explore the worlds of light, .
((407))) 832-5194. South Florida >
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early oneer era.
Hi Paddlewheel Queen, Inc.- Features sound, electronics, electricity, biology, the human
South Florida Science MuseumThe Paddlewheel Queen offers luncheon cruises and boutiques include, and arts garden and crafts.tea room, aviary, shops, body, and energy in the Science Gallery, where
South Florida Science Museum continuous live demonstrations
houses are performed
starlight dinner cruises along the Intracoastal
22400 Old Dixie Miami FL 33170
Highway, ,
and natural exhibitsfor ; daily. The Space Transit Planetarium is housed in
permanent temporary science Waterway Paddlewheel Queen, 2950 N.E. 32nd ((305)) 258-3541
adults and children, demonstrations, Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308; ((305)) 564-7659/ a 65-foot dome where star, multi-media) and
planetarium shows, and the South Florida Hi Coral Castle-A fascinating structure laser shows in quadrophonic sound are presented
Aquarium. The museum is geared to hands-on .1 Rohr Balloons-Thrilling, champagne with hand-hewn furniture and solar-heated seven days/nights/ a week. Call the hotline for
exhibits for all ages. South Florida Science flights in a hot air balloon. Four people to a bathtubs. The Coral Castle is said to have been Planetarium showtimes and information on the
Museum, 4801 Dreher Trail North West Palm balloon. Champagne flows freely after every built from 1,000 tons of coral by one man, for Weintraub Observatory's free observation sessionsat
Beach, FL 33405; ((407)) 832-1988. flight. Rohr Balloons, 6000 N.W. 28th Way, the love of I woman. Some of the blocks of ((305)) 854-2222. The Animal Exploratorium
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309; ((305)) 491-1774. native coral weigh up to 30 tons each. Coral features live giant insects, slithery reptiles, and
FORT LAUDERDALE Castle, 28655 South Federal Hwy. (U.S. 1)), marine life included in general admission. The
SeaEscape-A one-day excursion on a Homestead, FL 33030; ((305)) 248-6344. Collections Gallery displays rare natural science
a Butterfly World-Walk through three SeaEscape vessel sailing daily from Fort Lauderdale objects to touch, and specimen study drawers full
acres of tropical gardens amidst thousands of to, The.Bahamas Features include many activities Hi Coral Gables House-The Coral Gables of butterflies, beetles, bird eggs, and minerals.
brilliantly colored butterflies in all stages of life found on longer cruises: three buffet meals House is the boyhood home of George E Miami Museum of Science and Space Transit

The attraction also includes an insectarium, entertainment, casino fun. Special "Sampler" Merrick, the developer and founder. of the city of Planetarium, 3280 South Miami Ave., Miami, FL
cruises are available. SeaEscape Headquarters Coral Gables. The original 189b 'joard and batton
butterfly museum botanical, and water gardens. 33129; ((305)) 854-4247.
Butterfly World, 3600 W Sample Road, Coconut 1080 Port Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132.2067; construction has a 1903-06 two-story addition of
Creek, FL 33073; ((305)) 977-4400. In Dade County ((305)) 379-0000' ()()()(); locally quarried coral rock. Coral Gables House, Hi SeaEscape-SeaEscape offers a unique _
Fla. ((800)) 432-0900; US ((800)) 327-7400. 907 Coral Way, Coral Gables, FL 33134; one-day or half-day cruise experience sailing daily
Hi The Discovery Center-The Discovery ((305)) 442-6591 from Miami. Miami SeaEscape sails to Freeport
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acres tropical botanical garden 83 many activities found on longer cruises: three
occupying acres
only see exhibits they explore them. slides rides, shows, and attractions Features with many lakes and about 5,000 different kindsof buffet meals, entertainment, casino fun, and
Displays allow visitors to bend of include the Raging Rampage, which has a
a ray light, : This botanical 1938 more. SeaEscape Headquarter", 1080 Port
plants garden opened in ,
touch a star, or crawl into a cave. Exhibits 120-foot, 45-degree angle slide, and a watery \
and is the largest tropical botanical garden in the Boulevard Miami, FL 33132-1 7; In Dade
d include the Computer Lab, Skylab Planetarium runway. Six Flags Atlantis, 2700 Stirling Road, continental United States. The collection includes County ((305)) 379-0000()()()(); Fla. ((8t\ ,) 432-0900,
Insect Zoo, and the Florida Finds Room. The Hollywood, FL 33020; ((305)) 926-1000. bromeliads, orchids, and exotic plants from US ((800)3277400.)

4 Discovery Center 231 S.W. Second Avenue, Hi Ski Rixen-Ski Rixen is an innovative around the world. Fairchild Tropical Garden,
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301; ((305)) 4624115. concept direct from Europe. Boatless" waterskiing 10901 Old Cutler Road, Miami, FL 33156; Hi Ernest Hemingway House

Hi Discovery Cruise Line, Inc.- by cable at speeds from 10 to 42 m.p.h., where ((305)) 667-1651. and Museum-The Ernest National Hemingway House
and Museum is a registered Historic
Exciting cruises include dinner dance cruises, waterskiers of all ages can slalom kneeboard
trick ski barefoot ski. Instruction Hi Florida Pioneer Museum- Landmark, and has been kept intact since the
theme cruises, and half-day cruises to nowhere. or is available.
All cruises depart from Port Everglades, Fort Ski Rixen, 6601 N. Powerlme Road, Pompano The Florida Pioneer Museum is housed in the renowned author lived there. Its furnishings are
Beach old Homestead Florida East Coast Railway Depot original, and the house still harbors a score of
Lauderdale, and include meals and on board FL 33064; ((305)) 429-0215.()
and Station Agent's House. The Depot was theRailway' six-toed cats descended from Hemingway's own
Discovery Cruise Line, 1850 Hi Voyager Sightseeing Train-A relaxingand pets. Ernest Hemingway House and Museum,
Eller Drive Suite last stop before going to Key West. You !
402 Fort Lauderdale FL
delightful tour of Fort Lauderdale awaits on 907 Whitehead Street Key West, FL 33040;
will experience pioneer family life, agriculture,
33316; ((305)) 525-7800; Fla. ((800)) 2267800;
U.S. the open-air Voyager Tram You'll see the lovely and railroad memorabilia. Florida Pioneer ((305)) 2941575.
((800)) 999-7800. homes on the the fishing fleets and
waterways Museum, 826 N. Krome Avenue Florida City,
Flamingo Gardens-Exotic and native yacht basins, the famous beach, stately palm-lined FL 33034; ((305)) 246-9531. Key West Aquarium-The Key West
plants abound at Flamingo Gardens. Travel on a avenues, fashionable shopping centers, and much Aquarium shows visitors hundreds of sealife
mile-long tram ride, visit the Everglades Museum more. Voyager Sightseeing Train, 600 Seabreeze Hi Fruit and Spice Park-A 20-acre() botanical specimens. Guided tours, hand-feeding of sharks,
and antique car museum. See Gator World\ and Boulevard Fort Lauderdale FL 33316; garden with over 200 species and 500 varietiesof and tropical fish from Key West waters are all
its petting zoo,, a living museum and botanical ((305)) 463-0401 or 4673149.M fruits, nuts, and spices from around the world, part of an aquarium that was built in the early
display gardens-the Florida you came to see. I A M I including a demonstration herb and vegetable 1930s Key West Aquarium #1 Whitehead Street,
Flamingo Gardens, 3750 Flamingo Rd., Davie FL garden and a store selling fresh, dried and Key West, FL 33040; ((305)) 296-2051.
33330; ((305)) 4730010. Hi Ancient canned fruits and spices. Fruit and Spice Park,
Spanish MonasteryBuilt 24801 S.W. 187th Avenue, Homestead FL 33031; Hi Key West Seaplane Service-
Hi International Swimming Hall of Fame in 1141 A.D., the monastery was ((305)) 2475727. The Key \West Seaplane Service takes you on an i r
Aquatic Complex-Museum & Pool-From reconstructed on these premises in 1952. It is adventure to the Dry Tortugas ((70 miles west of
the oldest reconstructed building in the western Hi Gold Coast Railroad & MuseumThe
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Johnny 1 rzan" WeissmuOer and Esther Key West) that encompasses an aerial view over
Williams, to Mark Spitz and Greg Lougaras, hemisphere The monastery now houses worksof Gold Coast Railroad & Museum is an the lower Keys and the Marquesas Keystheonly
art and antiques. Ancient Spanish Monastery, operating railroad museum with displays that I
memorabilia from some 300 honorees is on coral atoll in the Atlantic flying over the I
display. The museum displays the gold medals 16711 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach, include railroad cars used by presidents. A "Quicksands.-an! area of white coral sands and
and trophies of swimming greats For swimming FL 33160; ((305)) 945-1462. collection of other historic cars and steam and viewing several shipwrecks for aerial photography,

trivia buffs there are movies, a library, and Hi Art Deco District Tours The Art Deco diesel locomotives is on display. A 1913 steam including Mel Fisher's treasure site of the 'Atocha' .
action exhibits available 365 days a year District on Miami Beach stretches from 6th to locomotive, runs a 3.5-mile half-hour trip througha (richest find $250 million). Visit Fort Jefferson
International Swimming HaD of Fame, 501 23rd Streets and contains over 800 buildings that scenic landscape. Gold Coast Railroad and National Monument in the Dry Tortugas and takea
Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316; are designed in the Art Deco architecture and Museum 12450 S.W. 152nd Street Miami, FL self guided tour. Trips include snorkeling,
((305)) 462-6536. pastel colors of the 1930s Art Deco District 33177; ((305)) 253-0063.. sightseeing, camping, and birdwatching. Key West

Tours, 661 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL Hi Lowe Art Museum-The Lowe Art Seaplane Service, 5603 Jr. College Road, Key
Hi Jungle Queen-Enjoy four hours of
33139; ((305)) 672-2014. West FL 33040; ((305)) 2946978.
pleasure cruising through I tropical paradise. All Museum established in 1952, has been
you wish to eat barbeque and shrimp dinner Hi The Barnacle State Historic Site- accredited by the American Association of Hi Old Town Trolley Tours-

cruise, variety show and sing-a-long. Also daily The restored pioneer home of Commodore Ralph Museums since 1971. The Lowe places emphasison Old Town Trolley Tours offers a completely
sightseeing cruises of the "Venice of America Middleton Munroe. Tours of the house and lushly an active and diversified schedule of changing narrated tour of old and new Key West."the
Fort Lauderdale. Stop off at Indian Village and landscaped grounds interpret We during the "Era exhibitions drawn from the resources of its own trolley traverses over 18 miles and 125 points of j
see alligator wrestling, rare birds, and monkeys. of the Bay'. The Barnacle State Historic Site, collection and from other institutions. On permanent' interest in one and a half hours. The trolley t j
Jungle Queen, Bahia Mar Yachting Center & 3485 Main Highway/P.O./ Box 330995 Coconut exhibition is the Kress Collection of Renaissanceand makes 12 brief stops to allow guests to disembark \

Hotel, 801 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL Grove, FL 33133; ((305)) 448-9445. Baroque Art and the Cintas Foundation for sightseeing, shopping, or dining, then rejoin
33316; ((305)) 4625596. Collection of Spanish Masterpieces. Lowe Art the tour. Tours begin every 30 minutes. Old I
Hi Bass Museum of Art-This municipal Museum 1301 Stanford Drive Coral Gables, FL Town Trolley, 1910 North Roosevelt Blvd., Key
Hi Museum of Archeology-The Museum museum offers changing exhibitions and houses a 33146; ((305))) 2843536.MetroDade West, FL 33040; ((305))
of Archeology houses permanent displays of permanent collection of 14th to 20th century
European paintings, sculptures, textiles, and Cultural Center- i
natural history featuring lequesta Indians,
decorative arts and developing collections of The Metro-Dade Cultural Center houses the
African geology, evolution, pre-Columbian artifacts architectural drawings and contemporary art. Center for the Fine Arts, one of the few 2966688.'I
tribal arts, and marine archeology.
facilities in the United States
Permanent collection features 17th century Dutch dedicated solely to
Museum of 203 S.W. First Ave.
Archeology, ,
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WEST Florida Keys The captain and master wrecker, Captain
Florida Keys' largest city has a population John Geiger. It's said John Hames Audubon
of only 30,000. But it makes up in stayed there while painting his
size with the variety of places to go and noted wildlife of the Florida Keys. One
things to do when in town. Take the of the artist's few intact Double Elephant
museums,for example. Folios is on view among the
Thcre'j the Hemingway House, house's antique treasures. {
famed as the writer's residence for more Three fascinating smaller museums 1
than twenty years. The house, built in are nearby. One, the Oldest House in
the mid-19th century by Asa Tift archi. Key West, is a gem of a small, typical
tect of the confederate Navy, was one of residence of the same period.
the most beautiful stone buildings ever Last, but certainly not that tried and
constructed here. It boasted fireplacesand true least, is the East Martello Tower
one of the only cellars in town. Museum. The rambling massive fort
When Ernest Hemingway lived here, he built prior to the American Civil War to
and his wife constructed the city's first protect the waters of the nation's south
swimming pool on the spacious grounds ernmost boundary has been lovingly re ,
where peacocks and cats of all sizes stored.It / t / e 1 eBK
roamed will. Memorabilia of the r a
is now a museum of the Key's his
writer's occupation are on view. torical past of wrecking, pirates, sponging
Across the street is the remarkable and cigar making,offering visitors a
Lighthouse Military Museum where quaint backward look into time Part of
visitors may climb to the top of the his the building serves as an art gallery
toric light,peer through a bona fide submarine where local artists' works are exhibited.
periscope and ramble throughabut Colorful, primitive wood carvings and
a half-acre of military hardware.On paintings of native Key West artist
the same street, near the Gulf waterfront Mario Sanchez are prominently dis
stands stately Audubon House.It played. A winter social season series of
A registered national historic landmark, Hemingway House is now a museum open to the public and one of
is restored of
a meticulously mansion events is staged for visitors and residents
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!' From the top of the chain of keys, or islands, leashes are allowed in the picnic areas only.
that wind westward to Key West, new campsites Nearby is the huge super resort of the nationally
have mushroomed along the entire curved, concrete known KOA at Fiesta Key, mile marker 70 Long
f K. necklace of islands. The road, hopping bridges Key, FL 33001, ((305)) 664.4922, and equally
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H. turquoise Near Marathon on Grassy Key is the breezily
fII gulf waters. named Jolly Roger Box 525, Route 1 ((305)) 289.
You'll cross islands bearing intriguing names 0404, and Knight's Key Park P.O. Box 525 Mara
such as Largo, Islamorada, Pigeon, Duck, Conch thon, FL 33050 ((305)) 743.4343. both casually
and Sugarloaf, and you'll pass through countless oriented for life in the sun.
communities, including the fishing
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town of Marathon. Key West, at the bottom of the
the Lower Keys where campsites abound. Fore
coral and limestone chain of islands, is as far as
most has to be Bahia Honda State Recreational
l you can go and there arc campsites everywhere Area, Box 782, Route 1, Big Pine Key, 33043,
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The camping areas are varied to suit all budgetsand Atlantic and the Gulf and both beaches have sandy
ld camping gear from tents to the most opulent bottoms rare in the Florida Keys. Attractively
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Key Largo, largest Keys
boasts a wide range including Big Pine Fishing
along U.S. 1: Here is the nation's first underwater Lodge, Box 513, Route I, and Seahorse, Box 533,
park, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Box
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sports lovers. More than 40 known Atlantic corals
.. Biggest and most posh before the city of Key
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West where minimal camping is available, is Venture .
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jt Out, Box 38, Route 2, Summerland Key
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745.3233, where vehicles with
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Indian tribe that formerly occupied the Florida Jabour's Trailer Court, 223 Elizabeth Street, ((305))
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vonda naturalist Stan Becker leads 'lower shoreline man-
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look at the rockets and learn about the space pro Brevard boast wide expanses of windswept popular watersport in the area! While some sport and military memorabilia from Old Fort Pierce
gram at NASA Kennedy Space Center's Spaceport beaches.In divers search for the Spanish booty, others can make it an alluring stop along the Indian River.
U.S.A. There is no fee for admission, Titusville, you can send your fourth- through search the near-shore reefs for the succulent Florida The St. Lucie county Historical Museum providesa
parking, or many of the extensive indoor and outdoor seventh-graders to U.S. Space Camp, a five-day lobster. window into the past of an area that once billed
facilities at the complex. At the IMAX The. space education program established by the Mercury At Dodgertown, a sprawling baseball attraction, itself as "the Pineapple Capital of the World." !
ater, where there is an admission fee, you'll see YD astronauts.With NASA as one of its principal you can watch the Los Angeles Dodgers in action Stop at the 340-acre Fort Pierce Inlet State Recreation l
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.Take a shuttle tour aboard a doubledeckerbus gives both kids and school teachers from across grove. This "baseball heaven" also has an exciting typical of Central East Coast Florida. Pepper ,
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select local restaurants and activities, and also a testimony to unspoiled natural beauty. The while the Great Blue Heron can often be seen art, an inland community situated along the routeto
familiarize yourself with the whole area. At nearby quaint seaside city has miles of public beaches stalking the shallows in search of a meal. Local the enormous Lake Okeechobee(from an Indian
Port Canaveral, you can embark on a cruise ship populated only by swarming seagulls,graceful pelicans guides offer tours of the river, other inland rivers, word meaning "Big Water"), located in south
for a fabulous day or evening, a one-day "Cruiseto ,and darting terns. and freshwater lakes. central Florida. Nearby are two fascinating muse
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offer incredible dining, entertainment and all of Register of Historical Places,provides informationon a state park that beckons to anglers, surfers, and Musuem,both located on scenic Hutchins Island.
the magnificent features of a luxury sail. the 16th and 17th century Spanish treasure beachgoers with its crashing waves and dramatic

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the Physical Plant. To my knowl- Groundwater currents moving the kt bl fyt.e +a Research does more than bring
edge, they've never found anything gasoline away from the test sites money to a university, said journalIsm -
wrong with those wells." could be a reason gasoline hasn't college Dean Ralph Lowenstein.It .
IFAS Director D.W. Poucher said been detected, he said. makes instructors better teachers,
the wells have been tested. he said.
The first priority should be to dig
"We've checked the water and if up contaminated dirt and pump out "People who are doing research
we are still using it, then it is not any petroleum that may have r bring new and innovative" ideas into
the classroom, Lowenstein said.
affected." reached into the wells, Delfino said.
The very essence of being a UF
Physical Plant Associate Director "In the immediate time-frame, it 4PA teacher is being one who does re-
Richard Boe said UF uses water out doesn't that anybody's water
appear search. That's the difference be-
of a well for irrigating campus supply has been contaminated but tween us and the community
grounds, but said they haven't dis- that doesn't mean we shouldn't be colleges.
covered problems either. concerned because you don't know REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR "If emphasis is taken off research,
"We don't expect (the gas) to when someone, someplace is goingto The Florida Department of General Services dug up two then you have turned the Universityof
affect Gainesville drinking water or need to put down a well,"he said. gasoline tanks last week at UF's Physical Plant. Florida into a community college."



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page 7 certified nurse who specializes in Many UF students use local Home births returned into said.
midwifery and guides mothers birth centers as an alternative to vogue in the late '60s, said Anne "Giving birth through a midwife
students who wish to become cer. through pregnancy, birth and hospitals where deliveries can cost Richter, a certified nurse-midwife is much less technological than a
tified in nursemidwifery.Few post-partum care. $2,000 more, Cosner said. Giving at Gainesville's Department of hospital and there is more of a
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1 FURNISHEDWALK WASHER/DRYER/ INCL. Now 3 or 4 bdr 2 ba pool, 1 1/2 ml a Classifications o How to place a
2 BEDROOM/2 BATH to UF 2816 W. Univ. Ave. $650/mo Rms
3 BEDROOM/3 BATH n/s mature fern $185-$200374-5430,378. classified ad:
TO UFI Furnished Room, Share 6183. 2252.
kit/baths ch/ac prefer' 2 grad students, OXFORD MANOR 1 For Rent Furnished
$190 Includes utilities! 3766652, 378- 377-2776 314 NW 14th St. 2bdr/l be, Sblks from UF, Unfurnished In Person:
8122. 1-31-10-1 $285/mo. Century 21 John Merrill Inc. 372- 2 For Rent Cash,check, MC or VISA.

1-31-9-2 1495 3 Mobile Homes Office
CENTER COURT Apts 2bd ceder siding 2-1-3-2 Alligator
by UF, cent air, very nice, must see. Great ibdr apt' In Town Parc, pool, club- For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.
1210 NW 11 Ave. Office: 411 NW 15 St. house, for rent, immediately $250/mo. 4 ARE YOU HAVING M-F 8 am 4 pm
371-0769. util. 335-0870. 1-30-5-2 RENTAL PROBLEMS? 4 Sublease House/Apt./ Main Bookstore

Call Our Leasing Office 5 Roommates .
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*** Great Bargain *** own bd/bth fully Casablanca East, 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, like new for Super Sp.clalalll
(urn. Luxury apt. close to UF, pool, townhouse, has w/d, screened porch, 2 BEDROOM/ BATH 6 For Sale :. '. M-Feam-4.30 pm
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and VA, wash/dry, micro, pool and more Sauna, Gym and more. 377.2776 9 Autos : Medical Bookstore, ShandsMF,8am4:30pm
$500/mo. Call 3350440. Watson-Realty STONERIDGE APT. :
Corp. 2-1-5-1 3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 2-16-12-2 10 Wanted
4-30-62-2 By Mall:
Private entrance, refrigerator/ ceiling fan, GRAD STUDENT 2 BLKS FROM UNIV. 11 Services Use forms appearing weeklyin
single rm. eff ctrl. ht., cooking, parking. ONE BEDROOM APT $200 mo. Call Kevin 12 Services
2bdr house, 1blk from Norman Hall, sublet 376-5242 3773852. 2-5-5-2 Typing the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
372.1862 until May-renewable, $350/mo. 626 SW pm mail. MC, VISA or checks only.
3751728. $145 util. incl. 3blks to UF. 2- 10th St. 378-8452. 2-1-5-2 13 Help Wanted

5-5-1 MOBILE HOMES: 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
For Rent: Spyglass One bedroom $237/mo Payment by VISA or Mastercard
FOR RENT: & one third utilities. Contact Derlk or Mike 3 FOR RENT/SALE 15 Personals ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
335-2530. 1-30-3-2
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3bdr. 3ba roomy apartment with washer, 2bdr/lba, fenced-ln yard with shed & awning Notices How to correct
dryer, fully equipped kitchen, and all $4500 neg. 373-4202 or 472-2928
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280 18 Rides
amenities. Please call 338-4316. 5
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2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. cancel your ad:

Plus lMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 4 Bedroom house, 7 acres, 2 stall barn, 75 MOBILE HOME for sale $750 best 19 Pets
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 3781190. 4.30.75. garden, 8 miles from school on Archer Rd. offer Full size 2br on quiet lot NEW 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
2 $750 per mo. Call and leave message 538- BERRY. Call Steve 371-4291 leave msg Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, 8 4 pm.

Oak Glade Apts. Near UF & VA, quiet 8200. No refunds can beglv.n.

washer/dryer$15 mo. Cats Allowed.available 1B-2B in most, 1 &units 2 Bath for NICE 1-Bdr Apt $235/mo Walk to UF. Avail 2bdr/lba, new wash/dry, screened porch, Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
$250.$350, sec & Imr. 3726422. 4-30- NOWI Call 376-7998 Leave Message. 2- cent. air, some furniture. bike to campus, Check your ad the FIRST day it runs
75-2 1.5-2 very clean Caill. 335-6339, $4900 neg Call 373-FIND with any corrections before
Arlington Square Apts. for the serious ALOHA GARDEN APTS Lovely 3 BR/2 Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
bath, amenities, Shands VA Rent or Rent to own: 2bdr/1 1/2/ ba Good DAYS after
student or professional, next to the Hippo near Shop they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected
drome, ibdr from $365, 2bdr from $500. ping. 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377-0555. 2- shape, central air, new paint, frost tree
16-15-2 frig, fenced, pets welcome. Call 371-9145. Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
uptown living...downtownl 378-9682. 1- Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
31.17-2 I placing the ad Changes called in after
C.Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain Ain AinCongratulations THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated
Colonial Oaks 2bdr/1 1/2 ba townhouse, for of
may run any length time
$325, wash/dry hook-up, dishwasher Customer error or changes:
Close to UF, 4221-A SW 21 PI. 378-3133. L\ and be cancelled at any time.
3 17 Corrections must be made In person at
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Move in Special for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.

oup's 2br/2ba on us to the

great great roommate amenitiescall floor plan Spring 1990 Pledge Class! S

for detail 377.2220 SAVANT UF
1-31-14-2 Brad Baer Wendy Lord Nadine Shen a

SPACIOUSONE Fi Susan Bopp Tammy McDonell Guy Smith is now accepting the following

BEDROOM APT. Brian Cirillo David Maingot Lisa Spada applications for the 1990 Road Rally Classic:
ONLY $260/MO.
LYONS APT Laura Couturier Randall Marshall Paul Tochner = Associate General ChairmanAll

4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 Fi Kevin Ellis Susan Miller Nancy Van Pelt Directors

Efficiency INCREDIBLE Apt. John Johnson Kerry Naughton Trang Vu S Assistant Directors

Starting at $195 /1 Bedroom Noeline King Robin Reuss Philip Wartenberg N Staff

Starting at $235 2 Bedroom Michael Kot Christine Schaeffer
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE Candy Applications will be available outsidethe

110 NW 39th Ave. Savant Office, 310 ,JWRU.,

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1 bdr.................$235 MON FRI oQ4@
2bdr................$295 7am from campus
furnished, add $75. 3711410. -9pm
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3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF. 201 NW 9 am 5 Pm Alpha
10th St. Wood floors Cent. Ht/Air, Car like to congratulate our new sisters. .
port 1-30-10-2, 'Office: 411 NW 15th St. 3710769. SUN \ No Contracts ..

12 noon4pm Lori &aIr Julie Barbosa Erica Bloomberg
WINDMEADOWS APTS. 536 S.W. 2nd Ave .Tracey Burkhardt Kelly Cardton Diana Cdemann
1, 2 & 3 Bedroom 372-7876 Nautilus Heather Collins Candace Cox Dart)' Dmmo
Pool, Tennis, Laundry Pamela Day Misty Deakins Eva Deren
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2712 SW 34th St. **373-3558 i : rI Chevy Eachus "-Ell

WILLIAMSBURG APTS. I I jI II II I One Year I II II (jackie Jennifer CibbsStephanie Cans; Deena Class CayheartEve Angela Helen Come Cerosa

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2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 Rachel Robinson |Julie Siegan Snarl Smith
WE HONOR ALL OTHER GYM'S COUPONS, TOO. Meredith Snyder Dashll Soutar Alison Spelgal

MOUNT VERNON APTS. PETE'S !II! Patti Stevenson VIvian Torres DeniseTrohe
f 112 Bedroom Tiffany; Tyler Lisa Vanover Christy VdlaBUY
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HOUSE/APT. wanted: M to share 2bdr apt 1 blk & Bath in 3bdr at Spyglass Apts
4 from UF. Call day/night 371-7893 ask (for $230 plus 1/3 util Call 335-5235 any time. WORD PERFECT 5.1 Estate Licensing Course, Sat. only
Ty. 1.30-5.5 2155 Latest release from Elite 12:30-6:30, 7 day crash course Feb 12
i SUBLEASE APT. one bd In a 2bd/2ba/ Computer Systems $135, '335.1300 Real Estate Appraiser, starts Feb 27 The
Treehouse Village, pool, .w/d turn, F n/s/ Own bedroom In 2 bedrm 1 bath apt Neat/Responsible ROOMMATE WANTEDNS Florida Center 371'-2787.
$150/mo/ Mandl or Michelle 3357755. Clean & studious i8S/mo & "1/2 util for a 2bd/2 1/2 ba In a quiet NW
1-305-4 Avail Now call Patti at 374.4970 leave wooded areafurnished own bd/ba./ PC-3 LAPTOPGreat Own Instead of rent: Condo for sale,

message 1305.5 $225/mo/ & $100 deposit No pets & no class notes $230 from Elite 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, poolside, energy effic. A.1
Sublet Oakbrook Walk lux. condo newest smoking Call 5128/leave mes 226 0335.1300PRINTER cond.. priced right-terms. SouthFork
phase, 2br, 2bath, furn Own room micro, Female, to share furnished 3/2/ house .5 Oaks 373-4347. 131-107
wash/dry, no sec dep $250/mo tat mo. A/C and heat, fireplace Close to campus
free Move In now, Feb-July call 375. and shopping $185/mo plus 1/3 utilities F In PRIME UF LOCATION! 15 room house
2bdr SW less than
own room apt,
Amee Bryan. 131-54 24pin Letter Quality, from Elite $305 335- CH/AC. Good
4541 338 S63S. -31.5-5 1ml from UF, $145mo3' util, needimmediately condition! Rented In.
Call Denise' 378.5346 or Iv. 1300 vestment/fraternity/other./ / $130,000
1bd/1 1/2 twnhs Pool, wash/dry, amp Own Bdr In 2Bdr house Furnished clean 2+5.5 26.13.8MICRO 376.6652 owner. 3742.7
parking within short walking distance to with yard 2ml to UF $150/mo/ ft 1/2/ util message
378.7224 ask about apt 52B. 2554 CENTERComputers 37811"8Editor'
campus Call 375-7071 or 482 6304 after 6pm 131.5.5 nil M/F to share 2bdr/1 1/2 ba condo, 8 MOTORCYCLES
choice! CompuAdd A Northgate
Jacuzzi, Sundeck Washer, dryer hook
H P. Price same or lower than mail
Close to Same Fe ft UF $200/mo ft 1/2
Please Take Over My Lease! Brand new Studious not needed for turn 2bdr/1 1/2 up Util 371.7242. 21.4.5WINDMEADOWS order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 400.CC SUZUKI $300
apt, 2bdr/2ba townhome, walk to SantaFe ba In quiet SW area W/D. micro, dw. ((26ms), graphics monitor, ... LOW MILES. CALL EVES
Com College Call 373.3777. 2554 $200/mo/ & 1/2 util. $200 dep Call 335- MC 286/12 $1195., Packard Bell $1295, 3763316 1-3058
5619 1-3155 MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20 .
Own room $205 mo. $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd ft battery Honda 150 Elite Scooter, park anywhereon I

5 ROOMMATESBRANDYWINE F n/s to share 2br/1 1/2/ ba quiet condo in Call 335-1693' after 8. 2255 $1899. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphics campus 60ml./hr, 75mi gallon, great '
Mill Run near campus $190/moft 1/2 util monitor $970 1 & 3 year warranties cond., call lor more Info, $1100 neg 373-
: Fem, own rm w/wtr/ bd Pool, laund & micro. Call 338.4763. 11- M/F/ rmmt for beautiful historic 4bd/2ba/ On.ltewarr.ntles. Panasonic printer 7041. j
fully furn. 2bdr/lba apt. Many xtrai, 31-55 house 1 blk from Tlgert $135 & ,1/4 util $185, HP Later Jet lip- $10..9. 4110SW
I S210mo3 util. Near UF 3730024 371'2343 Furnishings avail. 2--4.5 34th St. / 308 W Unlv Ave 4-30.65.6 CT110' $250 excel! student or !

2135 HELPII I Need fun, friendly female N/S first bike 90mpgSSmph easy parking. i
Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bdr/ba Luxury Oakbrook Condo needs a nf.female Peavey Patriot electric guitar, wood body Call collect Kenny 1-752.0137. 21-58
NW HOUSE 3/2 F/NS large yard cent Avail Nowl 377.8034. 1-3155' to share a.room In 2bd/2bath $175 a with hardshell case In great shape $150. .j
h/ac, screen porch, 4 mi. to UFSFCCroom / month. Call 375 6394 ask for Susie 2.2- Call 392.3284 8.5 or 454-1930 1-30.5.8 JAWA moped 89 good condition, great

unfurn. $165/mo 1/3 ut. No pets Gotta g.la Roommate! Kind, considerateF 5.5 transportation to campus, $300.
378.8..g9. 2-1.10.5 I Own rm In 2br house Walk to UFI Marshall '100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4.'12 4972. 2258
150Mo. Call 371-2918 Leave Magi 1. Want cool, neat, n/s male rmmt for cabinet channel switching effects loop 374'1
Room avail M/F In 3bd/2ba house near 31-5.5 3bd/3ba w2 fun girls Starting sum and footpedal both for $925 obo 377- Honda Elite 150 3 months old with onl
Polo Private or share bath rent nag + m.r/laIl90.91 yr. 336.8876 Iv msg 2.2- 5795. 26-106 miles on it, mint condition. Financial

'1/3 util. Call Joe or Bosso at 374.8820. Wanted: House Keeper to take care of the 5.5_ sis I will deal Call Jay at 338.8777. ,
22105. apartment Rent is $50 a month 3785179 SOFA. GOOD CONDITION $200 CALL
338.0898 OXFORD MANOR own bdr/ba In a EVES 376.3316. 1-3056 9 AUTOS
OAKFOREST M-f Master bedroom In 2bdr/2ba apt $240/month & "1/2 utilities

2bdr Apt. 12501mo2 utll. 3356189 F to rent den and share Total 2565. luxury 2255 at Its finest Call Joe 375- COMPUTER: Apple Me: monochrome Cony. 84 VW Rabbit black 68.000 mi.,

26105' bath. 1/3 util & 150mo. Call Carla monitorApple Scribe printerAppleworks sporty, excl condit., $6500 obo call Paul

A.S.A.P. 335.9451' Iv msg 1-31-5.5 Trinidadian seeks rmmt to share gator- & other software $450 obo. Call Jason 335.5498 eves -30-8.8

town apt. $170/mo./ Own bdr, ba bring own 3364229 Ross mans '10 speed bike $70. !
l frnitr Dirk 378.6138' for more Info aftr 3056 CHEVY MONZA '80. Red, Auto new I
r------------------, 8pm 2.2.5-5 paint, ac, am/fm Peppy ft dependable
Great price! Sofa and desk only $100 and Asking $1300 OBO 375.0118.30.5.9

I I I II Bicycle Club M/F $200 ft 1/3 util For more a small washer and dryer at $500. Call II
Ivonne at 336.7593 leave a 1- DODGE ARIES WAGON '88. maintained
Info call Drew 335.5957 Own message
I l I I I I 1 II I bdrm 2+4.5 or Brady 30-56 excel condo Red auto ac, pi, I

pb, am/fm Asking $4600 OBO. 3750116 ,
I f I A Roommate wanted 4br 3bath house, Dealt New turbo xt: 640k, 2-360k drives 1-30.5-9

I I f I I I I : pool, W/D Call 378.9624. $170 per monochr. graphics, 2ser2par/ 1 game I
I month, first/last/ $100 deposit Nonsmoker port, clk/cal/ Hard drive optional $695 75 Camaro 350 V-8 Excel/cond.' A/C.
f I I I 1 i preferred' 2555 Kevin 372-5158. AM/FM Cassette. new paint, interior and
1 1 I as I brakes, $2700/0BO.335-2881. 217.9
1 r LAKEWOOD FNS own bdrm In 3/2 bicycle brand new, must sell I
1 1 I I I 1I apt Furnished, pool, sauna, weightrm, Nishikl Colorado sacrifice '1980 Toyota Coronal Luxury Edition, 4-
I tennis, porch, view of lake Call 336.4531 332.0940 keep trying dr, 5.spd, atc, stereo good condo 108000-
i I I ****. 2555 mi. Asking $1300. 3927923. After 5pm I
I I a I I I sI For Sale: Mitsubishi stereo w/ CD and 335-6217' 1.304.9
I tape deck 150 watt, 1 twin bed w/ frame
I I LI I i I 6 FOR SALE Call 335.1683 will take best offer '1-31- 88 CRX-sl", AC, AM/FM Cassette, 4.spks. I
I sun roof, fuel Injection, Alloy wheels, like 1
I I i I I I I i BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs WATERBED Queen. with heater 2 mo. new Andrea 373.8124 Lv Msg. 27-109 .
I low old $125 OBO. 375 6529. 1.31.5-8
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FREE Catalogue' over 50.000cu.tomer.1.800.825.7283 72 914' Porsche, new paint, new engine
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Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 720 NW 23rd Avenue GATOR TYPING moved ft, lowered prices. are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to the *APPLICATORS* ,:J
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WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC. 4-30- Alpha Plasma Center 2313. 9-3 M-F. 2-12-10-13
30-75-11 Free Poster with any glamour session 65-12 M-F 9:305.30Sat: 30-2.30: : i
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style. 377-6583 See the display now. 1- campus. Dependable, quality service. A Plus Note Are you an 'A' student, do Come by room 214 of the Florida Gym for
take excellent note, would you like
31.15-11 Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol you detail 255.13
to earn while you 'learn, If so then call
1233 NW 10th Ave. 3734464. 13111.12
372-1664 Need (urn., clothing, household goods? 371-6954. We are still looking for students Umpire needed for UF Intramural' soft-
MC/VISA/lnsurance Great bargains wlayaway plan avail. ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect In the following classes: ADV 3501 ball. 350hr./ Call or come by room 214
Free Pregnancy Test Weeks Flea Market State Road 26, 3ml 0-edlt/proof/spell all work guaranteed- APB 2150 APB 2151. AMH 2020, ANT Florida Gym 392-0581. 255.13
Member west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open English B,A. Ripp 3763649. 2-13-20-12 2149. ANT 2402 ANT 2410 ANT 3511.
National Abortion Federation Sat ft Sun. 472-2061. 2-9-20.11 AST 1002. CAP 3802. CDA 3101, CHM PART TIME HELP WANTED. Will train.
4-30-75-11 Typing Laser Typesetting 1020. CHM 1021, CHM 2040 CHM 2045 Best Jewelry ft Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave.
PRO DJ SERVICE resumes reports letters etc. CHM 2046, CLP 3144 COC 3110. COC Apply In person. 2-5-5-13
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Reasonable rates excellent tunes pro 376-5465 A 3500 W Umv Ave. 3400. COM 1000, COP 3110. COC 3400.
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PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4- and Iv a msg. 3408. GEO 2200. GEO 2201 GEO 2420 CHILDREN
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** GATOR MOVING ** Great Typing! English maj/ret. court rptr negotiable based on experience. excel-
Basketball Officials needed.
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Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 3744791. 4-30-75-11 Group for UF student of alcoholic parent call 392-0581. 2-2-8-13 2-2-4-13 v

age8wk.. I Feb-March. Contact Marilyn SCRIBE SERVICES Computer/Laser
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 3726S86leave message by 2/2. 2-2-5. Typing Graphics, Editing & Publication Opportunity To Earn $. Need someone in
boarding woodser facilities 11 Design 818 W. Univ. Ave. 3776170. 2- food science field to help In the development BUSINESS
hay rides parties sales working 22-20-12 of a new food product; 335.7414 Lv
students accepted. 466-3224. 375-8080. MOVING? Msg. 1-31-5-13 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS

4-30-75-11 Resourceful student w// full size truck will On-Campus Typing. $2 per page. Pickupand
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EARN $35 terminals & PC'S buy sell,
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your own Business. Distribute our healthy Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis. Inc. lor CRAFTED JEWELRY BIKINIS CASHING no 10 required. FREE
Sunday Fab. 4th 1:00-500: :
fiber Phoenix MONEY ORDERS. Beat Jewelry & Loan
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Fri. Feb 2 8pm Tix available. 2-2-4-15
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MEAL DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich specialw 17 NOTICESPREVIEW
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Great Bahamas 3nt $189 Jamaica ant $289, Ski The deadline applications
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Snowshoe WV 3nt $169. Key West 3nt Sally:
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SCUBA CLASSES short term ,leases. Call them at 372-7555 332-9454 371-0089

Natural Foods and Vitamins Finish In time lor Spring Brk. or stop by (Close To Campus) 1130 SW 800.783.2262 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yrs of

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a race DeVoe said is last four games.The Ga- ...

from page 20 anybody's to win. UPI Top 20 tors led LSU Saturday Women netters
"There's nobody out of 50-49() with six minutesleft
Gators themselves a chance to this league race right The' United'Top 20 Press colltg International_.iDtU riling Bowl*.with elCMCTMI in the game before RollinsAfter
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now, DeVoe said. "The Rr.- *voM mi records through Sunday In losing.
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teams that are able to Ara plea, 14 for second, Mc.nd) : ton WMttranking The situation was
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1558 tennis team hits the road
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can keep teams 3 Arkansas ((17.2) 8
is a tactic our team needs to employ intact will probably be the 4 Michigan ((153)400) 8 faded in the end a today for a 2 p.m. match against Rollins
from time to time," DeVoe said. "This is not 5 Duke ((183). ) 83 7 College in Winter Park.
teams on top. 6 Georgetown ((15 2))374 3 problem DeVoe placeson
something we are going to do forever. Thisis But the UF basketball 7. Syracuse ((143)322' ) 10 experience."It The Lady Gators swept I Rollins 9-0
something that will hopefully help us team has remained far 8 9 Purdue Oklahoma (((142)311(152)281)) I 13 8 all points down to last year at the Varsity Courts,and lead
maintain some poise, especially in these from intact with the 10 Nevada.Ui Vegas ((144)216' ) 5 our lack of experience the all-time series 21-9.
tough games against the teams that are 11 Illinois ((153)200) 12 "
losses of Dwayne right now, DeVoe
12 Louisville ((14 3)) 182 4 With the season-opening victories
and to be in the
talented picked top
pretty Schintzius, Livingston 13 Louisiana State ((144)111) 13 "A lot of firstand sec Saturday and Sunday, UF stands at 2-0.
of the conference. Chatman and Kelly McK- 14 Connecticut ) 87 19 ond-year players are
15 (in)Georgia Tech (' ) 65 11 Rollins ranked llth in the South
Alabama is one of those teams picked to innon. DeVoe said if the 15 (tie) La Salle ((151)) 65 18 playing a major role for
finish near the top of the conference. The team had stayed together 17 UCLA ((143)' ) 62 Z us right now. We haveto Region, is 2-0, having defeated Central
Tide has posted SEC victories against lou- the Gators could 18 19 St North Johns Carolina ((517.4)' )) 32 30 17 Z have a great second Florida and Florida Southern last week
isiana State and Georgia,but has lost games be in the thick of the con 20 Minnesota, ((144)' ) 28 Z half on somebody." Lady Gators coach Andy Brandi is
against Tennessee and Kentucky.The ference race. I-unranked But despite the prob- .expected to continue rotating Andrea
Tide is led by 6-foot-8 Melvin "Right now we're obviously Young Ollwr Clcnton,necking Colorado von Sill- Alitumi, Cwgrtlon":Brigham: East lems the team faces in Farley, Nicole Arendt and Holly Dan-
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who plays forward and center, scores 15.2 haven't kept our team intact gon:511"i.\ : : (! ) games and all the off- he searches for a No. 1 player. With
points and 6.7 rebounds a game, both team- ," DeVoe said. "Obvi- Ineligible for,the poll-Cleveland' Slate,Kenkrcky court turmoil that sur- Farley and Danforth having played in
highs. Horry adds 12.7 points and 6.5 re- ously if we had, it wouldbe and North/ Carolina State rounds the team, the top of the order during the week-
bounds a game. a little different story." DeVoe said the road end, this may be Arendt's turnGUERRY.

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part of I Parity characterizes league raceBy

MIKE DAME Somebody's got to get a streak going." said. "Winning on the road is so importantin
the problem Alligator Staff Writer Durham's squad created the logjam Sat this league."
urday by knocking off previous sole leader But the SEC's coaches warn critics not
J Today's column: Adventures in babysitting. The Southeastern Conference in recent Tennessee 85-77.That left Georgia ((12-5)) to translate the league's parity this seasonto
years hasn't been considered one of college and Tennessee ((10-7)) with 5-3 SEC marks mean the conference is weak. LSU,
The last thing the UF basketball team shouldbe basketball's powerhouse leagues, -the same as LSU ((13-4)),Alabama ((14-5)) considered by most of the league's
worrying about these days is the NCAA death and this year is no exception. But the SEC and Vanderbilt ((12-5)). coaches as the favorite to win the SEC
penalty.a team At left the to rate execute.things are going, there won'tbe has evidence in hand to support its claimto The situation arises from the league's title, defeated then-No. 5 Nevada-Las
having perhaps the best-balanced con Vegas 107-105 Sunday, and Alabama
collective case of the road blues. The
Two standouts from
a squad projected to repeat
ference in the nation. combined conference road record of the downed perennial power North Carolina
the Southeastern Conference
as championare
gone. Another is rumored to be headed for As the SEC approaches the midpoint of SEC's 10 teams is 7-34, and if history early in the season.
the O'Connell Center door. The team itself is in this year's conference race, five of the repeats itself, the team that best breaksout Those victories.says Vanderbilt coach
such disarray, it needs a telescope to see the league's 10 teams No. 13 Louisiana of its road funk will win the conference Eddie Fogler, are evidence that SEC
bottom of the SEC standings. State, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee and title.Each squads cannot be taken lightly on the
Vanderbilt are tied for the lead, and a year during the 1980s, the school national scene this season."I .
00 Jason Davis sixth Kentucky is just a half game with the league's best road record won
LEFT off the pace. the SEC crown. Last year, UF posted a 6-3 think it's a league of balance," Fogler
FIELDWhy "It looks like 13-5 might win this SEC road mark to win its first league title. said. "LSU handling the people they're
league," Georgia coach Hugh Durham 'The teams will have to continue win handling and having three losses in our
the rapid downward spiral? Because of a said during Monday's SEC teleconference. ning at home,and go on the road and geta league certainly speaks for balance. The
"The league is so balanced right couple of victories and break out of the teams are not mediocre. It's just a darn
coach who says he wants to "do the right thing"
more often than filmmaker Spike Lee. now, that 13-5 can very well win it again. logjam,"Tennessee coach Wade Houston good league."

In actuality, interim coach Don DeVoe is doing
very much the wrong thing. No interim coach
should have the authority to make the wholesale
changes he has. I
DeVoe was hired Oct. 31 following the forced
retirement of Norm Sloan. He was given a six- i
month contract and the word "interim" to put in
front of his name.
When he was hired, the UF administration
perceived a problem with corruption in its bas
ketball program and said it wanted to clean up.
Sloan, it has been said, probably wasn't the
cleanest of coaches, and whatever could be doneto
end the wrongdoing was imperative. He was
rightfully dismissed.But .
because the UF administrators believe
there still is a problem, there will be a problemas
far as DeVoe is concerned, if his actions are
any indication.It .
is apparent DeVoe has taken it upon himselfto
be UF's savior to do the right thing by
cleaning up the program.He .
has never been given the task.
From his very first practice session, when he mom a
ran the Gators for 3 1/2 hours, it became obvioushe
was trying to exorcise demons from the team.
Yet at no time have Dwayne Schintzius and
Livingston Chatman been accused of wrongdoing
on a program-threatening scale. But both
were put in a position where they felt compelledto
leave the team.Schintzius' -
worst problem is two minor
scrapes with the law. Chatman never did any
thing,as far as we know. But neither player liked
DeVoe, so they're gone. ri .
They were the ones who did the right thing.
Now DeVoe said he will "look into"a paternitysuit J---
filed against Dwayne Davis. This isn't like _
forcing a player to get a haircut. '-' ;" ,,",,'---
This is none of DeVoe's business. Or any
basketball coach's, for that matter. Renaldo Garcia (right) drives past Alabama's Alvin Lee In a game at Tuscaloosa last year. UF lost 83-63, but won its
DeVoe is trying to scrub this team so clean first SEC title when Tennessee beat Vanderbilt the same day.
he's using a steel brush and rubbing it raw.
He continually refers to the Gators as "my Gators continue SEC schedule 'B
team" and said he will do things "my way," at ama
regardless of the fact that a six-month contract
c in basketball terms- means little more thana By DAN STIFFLER at 6-9 overall and 2-6 in league play.
babysitting job. It's not his team yet. Alligator Staff WriterIt win this week will re- Awaiting UF is a Crimson Tide team
Imagine: You hire a babysitter for the evening tied for first in the conference with a 14-5,
while you go to 'the movies. When you come was Saturday, March 4, 1989, help this team's confi- 5-3 record.
back he has the furniture the UF basketball team last traveled But more the Gators
rearranged paintedthe Winning begets importantly, are
walls a different color and the kids have run Tuscaloosa, Ala., to face the amid.a four-game losing streak. And a
away from home.It Crimson Tide. ; losing begets los- conference victory on the road would bea
will take a long time to fix things up at this And despite losing 83-63, the a"A ing. big boost for a team that makes more
household. ended 55 years of frustration by headlines off the court than on.
Apply the same logic to DeVoe as would be their first Southeastern Conference Don DeVoe "A win this week will really help this
when Tennessee defeated Vanderbilt team's confidence interim coach Don
applied to the babysitter- never ask him back. Interim ,
DeVoe's contract expires in three months. UF same day. DeVoe said. "Winning begets winning;
will be ready to hire a full-time coach then, and How time has changed the Gators. losing begets losing."

DeVoe will be seeking a job. The Gators return to Coleman Coliseum televised game on ESPN. UF
Let's hope they don't give him one here. tonight at 9:30 to face Alabama in the game in last place in the SEC see Gators, page 19

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