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Emmitt to announce career plans today



Gator tailback to make decision
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whether to stay. at UF or turn pro W

By RON KASPRISKE blowing off steam."
Emmitt Smith later denied those / y1w
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comments.
All-America tailback Emmitt Smith's secrecy hasn't affected
Smith, arguably the best football several National Football League N LOW j
player in UF history, will decide analysts and scouts who think he
today whether he will forgo his will turn professional.Draft A
senior season as a Gator and enter analysts and UF players 1U A"r
the April NFL Draft. speculated Tuesday night about

Smith.. will announce. his deci- what Smith would do as some play-
sion this morning at ers thought he woulda
news conference. stay and scouts were
The junior already convinced he's leav-
has told his parents, ing.
Emmitt Jr. and Mary tY "Emmitt Smith U Illi I y

Smith, what he will Syr no question about it.
do, but apparently no He's going to come
one else. out," said draft analyst 3'r
His parents would Bill Werndel. "I
not say what his plans see him being in the
are, but Mary Smith top 20 picks. I think
r/r
did say that everyone he's better than (flndi-
may be in for a big :?lr ana University run
surprise if they think Smith ning back) Anthony
Smith is leaving. Thompson. Emmitt's .
.
"Anyone writing that Emmitt is one helluva back and Thompson'sa
leaving school may want to think first-round pick." t
twice about that," said Mary, who Thompson, a senior,led the na- /
along with her husband has said tion in rushing this season and was
she wants him to finish school. the runner-up to Andre Ware in the ,
"He has not released a statementand Heisman Trophy balloting. Smith -- 1.6
"":
neither will 1.1 I know what he's finished seventh. : ""T'-! '; i'." r "'1 ., J ...it
going to do, but I'm not going to
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UF tight end Kirk Kirkpatrickwasn't ..\ .
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tell anyone." as certain as Werndel, say ,.",.." rr-. A. -.. ;.I' :

Neither would Smith until ing he thought Smith would stay. \ '
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today. Smith was reached after his Other UF football players, who f. .. ,;)'t:1,
leadership seminar class Tuesday didn't want to be identified, also ::' : <,: ":/ : :t J

night, but said he wants to keep said they were"pretty sure"he was .. < N.....f. -.h .<. .. r ,',- j"' ..."
everyone in suspense until today. staying. \" ....". Y'y' V .h'.. ...r4-,'< a.v ,,,4V.,, .. :ya'- a '> f.-> .
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"Save your breath for your Smith said earlier this year that .. :. ;; 4Md
deathbed because you're gonna head coach Steve Spurrier,his for- fH '
need it then," Smith said. "Get a mer coaches-including running ..
ring-side seat for (today)." backs coach Whitey Jordan-and -

The junior's decision comes justa his teammates would be told of his ALLIGATOR PHOTO

week after the St. Petersburg plans before the public. Tailback Emmitt Smith hit the ground running as a freshman In 1987 and went on to set 58 UF
Times reported the tailback told But Spurrier and his staff were records, Including 31 single/ season records, eight single game records and 19 career records.
some teammates he was leaving. out of town recruiting Tuesday,
sity of North Carolina. "But I sim- today's news conference. ing Combine, representativeHarry
Jordan hasn't talked to him in
Smith said
UF quarterback Lex
three weeks and players said ply don't know. I didn't even know Smith also denied Tuesday that Buffington said. The com-
Smith told him,tackle Glenn Neely
about the conference. I told bine is used football
press he has by professional
Smith would tell them today at the an agent usually a
and former Gators tackle David
news conference."It him a couple of weeks ago to stay player's first step to turning pro. teams to rate players' abilities!
Williams last week that they were in school, but he could have and determine whether they will
the first to know he was "outta wouldn't surprise me if he changed his mind." If Smith turns pro, it is unlikelyhe
here." He said he wasn't sure went pro,"said Jordan,who Is now would be permitted to partici- see Decision, page 5
whether Smith was serious or"just assistant head coach at the Univer- Smith said Spurrier will be at pate in this week's National Scout-


I Infirmary planning for possible measles outbreak I

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GEOFF BOUCHER get a $25 shot, UF Infirmary Director Boyd health officials recommended be manda- nine to 11 days when'no symptoms surface,
By Kellett said Tuesday. tory. Kellett said he expects Alachua County followed by about three days of coughing,
Alligator Staff Writer There is a reasonable chance we could officials would make the same requirementif red eyes, a sore throat and a high fever.

Campus health officials say that if the escape it altogether,"Kellett said. "But if we even one case is reported here. Around the 14th day an easilyrecognizablerash
measles outbreak at Florida State University have cases reported in the county area well FSU Health Director Michael Wilder said spreads all over the body and lasts
makes its way to UF, many student will be put together an administrative task force to students who don't meet the standards by about one week.
facing mandatory vaccine shots that will get start arranging mass inoculations." Feb 1 will be barred from class.
One in a thousand cases can result in
them where it hurts most the wallet. "We set last Monday to give the shots,
More than 100 confirmed rubeola cases up brain or nervous system damage,said Rich
The rubeola measles virus hasn't turnedup in Tallahassee have FSU health officials and a lot of them are waiting until the last ard Gutekunst, dean of UF's health related
in Alachua County,but if it does,students scrambling to inoculate about 23,000 students minute to get it done,"Wilder said. Some of professions college.see .
"
who don't meet the new and stricter inocu- and 2,000 faculty members who them won't make (the deadline) either. Measles, page 9
ition requirements will probably have top haven't had the booster shot, which county Rubeola has an incubation period of about
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: The Alachua County tonight at 6:30: in Weimer Hall Room Down to the sea in ships: The i i
'qual Opportunity Office is recruiting 1064. Call Julie at 372-3713. Gator Sail Club meets tonight at 8:30in :
applicants for the 1990 Citizens UF law: Phi Alpha Delta the pre- Turlington Hall Room LOOS. Call
Disability/Handicap Advisory Com law fraternity, meets tonight at 7:30: Rob at 373-1566.
mittee Call 374-5275 or 374-5284. in Reitz Union Room 347. Call Laura Corporate retailing: A panel discussion ve
Democrat: College Democratsmeet 378-5909. with executives from six :

tonight at 8 in Reitz Union Relations: The Public Relations major retail companies meets i I
Room 121. Call 395-6602. Student Society of America meets Thursday at 5 in Rooms 346 and 347 ,
SAMS: Students Against Multiple today at 5:30: in Weimer Hall Room of the Reitz Union. R.S.V.P. to 392-

Sclerosis meets tonight at 6 in the 1094. A video on interview techniques 7166. PC Lab, 17th & W Univ. Ave, Below Copper Monkey 372-6500
basement of Anderson Hall. Call 336- will be shown. Call Lcc-Anne at And a corporate presentation: JDOIORSJPENAT
8829. 336-0717. Andersen Consulting will give a corporate
Unite: The Society for Black Student Bring out the bearskin rug: presentation tonight at 8 in
Engineers, the Society of Today is the last day to enter the Computer Science Building Room
Women Engineers and the Hispanic Faculty Baby Photo Contest, spon- E121. Call 3921227. *
Engineering Society are holding a sored by AERho. roadcasting So you wanna be In pictures?:
joint meeting today at 5:30: in Weil Society in the College of Journalism Cross-cut Film and Video Society
Hall Room 328. Call Theron at 392- Courtyard. Call Julie at 3723713. meets Thursday at 6 in Turlington
969. Transfers:The Transfer Activities Hall Room 2319. Call 3359315.No .
Breaking more than rule: The Council meets tonight at 7 in Reitz splashing: The Gator Dive
Isshinryu Karate Club meets todayat Union Room334. New members wel Club meets Thursday at 6 in the
4:30: in the O'Connell Center come. Call 3761757. Florida Pool Classroom. Call Morgan
Room 1306. Call Jeff, 336-0209, or Human factor: The UF Human Wallace at 375-0814.
Fei, 395-9550. Factors Society Student Chapter Row, row, row: The UF Canoe
Yiddish: The B'nai B'rith Hillel meets today at 5 in the Orange & and Rafting Club meets tonight at 6
foundation will hold a Yiddish class Brew. Call Lois-Ann at 3720415.It's () in Turlington Hall Room 2346. Call
for students tonight at 6. Call 372- a small world: Volunteers for 395-6692.
2900. International Student Affairs meet Time moves on: A lecture on
First now, now hockey:Today is tonight at 6 in the Reitz Union. The "Clinical Care of the Elderly: Biological l
the deadline to sign up for a floor room number will be posted in the Considerations" meets Monday 1
hockey tournament held in Norman elevator. Call 3752715.No morning at 10:30: in the Nursing
Gym. Call 3920581.Broadca.tlng net: The Falling Gators Home Care Unit Conference Roomat I
: Alpha Epsilon Skydive Club meets tonight at 6 in the V.A. Medical Center. Call 374-
Rho-Broadcasting Society meets the Orange & Brew. Call 395-7112. 6114.

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TV reporter



tests securityof



UF dormsBy


r PENINA FREEDMAN
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Alligator Writer

Miami television viewers may learn that some
UF students don't mind opening their doors to
strangers when a series on campus crime begins
tonight.A .
Miami television reporter recently tested
campus security by sending former UF student
I Lawrence Hollyfield to several dormitory en
trances. When he knocked on one door, a girl
asked, "You are not a murderer, are you?" and
let him in.
.
AA "You can get into any dorm on campus, if you
act nice enough," Hollyfield said.
Barbara Sloan, news anchor for WCIX in
Miami, said she and a cameraman followed
Hollyfield into four UF dormitories. "I did not
PHOTOS BY KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR take notice of the names of all the dorms, but I
Left: Officials measure the distance Charles Chapman of Waterproofing Specialist of Jacksonville fell from Library know we got into Yulee Hall twice," she said.
East Tuesday morning. Right: Rescue workers assist Chapman before transporting him to Alachua General Hospital. Sloan visited UF,along with the University of

Georgia and the University of Miami, for a

Worker falls from roof of Library EastBy tonight three-day in series Miami.on campus crime that will begin

"Diis investigation is not about Florida's problem
entrance. Chapman was cleaning roof police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. "
MIKE BRUSCELL Sloan said. "It is about the nation's prob
tiles with a hose so he could waterproofthem lem."
Alligator WriterA "He was conscious and we tried to talk
said Shirley Snyder, UF libraries to him,but he wasn't able to give us much The day after Sloan entered UF's dormitories,
Jacksonville man was in stable con building management coordinator. information,"Tipton said. she met with Student Affairs Vice President Art
dition Tuesday at Alachua General Hos- Chapman underwent surgery Tuesday
pital after falling almost 50 feet from the night, but hospital spokeswoman Leisha Sharon Holder,a technical assistant in see Crime, page 8
roof of Library East, UF police said. Harris did not know the extent of his the library's catalog department, was
leaving her desk when she looked out
Charles Chapman, a subcontractorwith injuries. her window and saw Chapman falling."I correctionTom
a Jacksonville waterproofing company Chapman, whose fall was broken by
fell from the roof at about 10 a.m. some bushes before he landed in the dirt, saw this man falling," Holder said. Petty dedicated the ballad "Southern
after he tried to move a ladder from the was conscious and moving his hands and "It sounded like he hollered too. It all Accents" to the memory of his mother. The
I. south side of the library near the main feet before he was taken to the hospital, just happened so fast." Alligator. reported otherwise on this page Monday

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bomb harms -pastor's daughterHOUSTON Wednesday nr fl'.l ar.l/.q Night In The World Special

(UPI) -A mail bomb packed with large Jesse Gallardo, head of security at the church, said
nails and concealed in a small package addressed to the pipe bomb contained 3to 4-inch nails and was PRIME RIB DINNERIncludes
a minister injured his daughter Tuesday when she concealed in a white package.The baked potato or french fries, cole slaw, and garlic bread.
opened it in the office of a non-denominational church blast was being investigated by the FBI,Bureauof
with a national following.Lisa Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Houston Police 0 0 0tonight.
be there
Osteen, 30, the daughter of the Rev. John Department and postal inspectors. I'll
Osteen, pastor of Lakewood Church, was in fair con Osteen had the package sitting on her lap when the .
dition at Ben Taub Hospital. She suffered flash burns, bomb went off and suffered bums and contusions to e
cuts and bruises in the 11 a.m. explosion. her abdomen and thighs. She remained conscious
"She's okay. She's going to be fine," Lisa Osteen's throughout the ordeal."It 1
sister, April, said at the hospital. was a dangerous device," said police Sgt. J.C. ) 7520 NEWBERRY RD. 0
The package was addressed to John Osteen,whose Mosier "It was a miracle she wasn't hurt worse." 332-7858 -Bring me and get a free beverage
sermons are broadcast across the country. But Os- Federal agents said they do not believe the mail
teen, whose church is referred to as the "Oasis of bomb was related to recent deadly bombings in the ,
Love," told reporters he had not received threats Southeast. :
recently. "We don't know of any connection between this I
Other workers at the church, with a membershipof incident and those that occurred on the East Coast," Vvjdelk
about 10,000, said they heard a loud pop and then said ATF spokesman Phillip Chojnacki.This probably I ice. Xay
screams. will be treated as an unfortunate routine bombing."
"We did have apparently a pipe bomb that came ina The Houston incident followed one day after the I S
small package in our regular mail that was pickedup mailing of a booby-trapped briefcase containing aI I AWD 1
at the local post office today,"said a church worker. loaded pistol to an assistant U.S. attorney who
"As is normal procedure, Lisa opened the package. prosecuted top Asian heroin traffickers in New York I 1 1
There was an explosion." City I +w


. Volgograd communist leaders resignMOSCOW

(UIo) -The regional Communist Party able to fulfill their duties," the official news agency I
leadership of Volgograd in the heart of the Russian Tass said. "The plenum of the regional party acceptedthe
republic resigned Tuesday after three days of protestsby resignations of the secretaries and the membersof
tens of thousands of residents,who demanded thatit the regional politburo."
be ousted. Should the forced resignation of Volgograd's Com
Volgograd, a city of nearly 1 million people about munist leadership spread to other cities, the strands
600 miles southeast of Moscow, gained fame as holding the country together could unravel.
Stalingrad during World War II because of the epic Earlier this week Volgograd party leader Vladimir
battle there. It is in the heart of the Russian republic Kalashnikov, a protege of President Mikhail Gor I I
the largest of the 15 republics, and the glue that bachev,submitted his resignation, ending his brilliant
keeps the entire union together.The rise through the ranks. ,
rising indignation against Communist Party Kalashnikov had reportedly brought stubborn ideas
leadership in the cities may ultimately pose a greater about land reclamation and irrigation to the Volga
danger to the stability of the Soviet Union than the River city, making him unpopular.The .
nationalist mutinies and secessionist drives in the displeasure culminated in three days of recent
borderlands. demonstrations and demands that the entire regional
The members of the buro (Politburo) of the Vol leadership resign. Soviet television showed tens of
gograd region announced today at a plenum of the thousands of Volgograd citizens demonstrating Tues-
region's Communist Party that they were no longer day in the city's square.of .


. U.N. report critical of Guatemalan violenceGENEVA I

(UPI) -=Violent death and corruption are "Guatemala represents a tragedy and a terrible CHICKEN
out of control in Guatemala and the government is problem which has not been resolved and for which
powerless to protect the people, according to a U.N. there is no outlook for an early solution," Eros Espiell
Human Rights Commission report released Tuesday.The reported.He .
report was presented to the commission's 46th said the illiteracy rate is 42 percent, unemployment
annual session by special investigator Hector Eros 46 percent and 85 percent of the population live
Espiell of Uruguay.Assassinations in poverty. ALL YOUCAN
and other violent deaths continue The country is plagued by drug trafficking and 4v
unabated and "reflect a situation of uncontrolled traffickers, government and rebel violence, and cor-
violence," the report said. "The government has ruption.On EAT
neither the power nor the authority necessary to the "rare occasions" when there is an official

guarantee the exercise of human rights."It investigation, it is quickly abandoned because of At Sonny's, Sunday means all the mouth-watering
exists in fear as a prisoner of forces which it threats, he said.
cannot control. barbecue chicken, cole slaw, garlic bread and french
fries you can eat. Now enjoy that same great deal twicea
. Officials recover $10 million worth of cocaineBOCA I week All Day Sunday and Wednesday After 5pm!

RATON Fla. (UPI) Agents have cocaine in 52 plaster molds shaped like loaves of
recovered $10 million worth of cocaine that washed bread drifted onto Gulf Stream and Boca Raton
ashore during a drug sweep designed to catch smug- beaches early Monday. People on the beaches began
glers who were using the Super Bowl as a diversion, notifying police of the contraband about 8 a.m.,
officials said Tuesday.U.S. Guthrie said.
Customs Service agents staged the coastal A stick-on printed label which said "Honda" was
sweep, dubbed Operation Pigskin, in an attempt to attached to each of the 25 white,plaster loaves foundin REAL PIT B Q
nab Palm Beach traffickers during the championshipgame Gulf Stream,about seven miles north of Boca Raton, BAR- -
between the Denver Broncos and victorious San and the 27 found in Boca Raton. Guthrie said Hondawas
Francisco 49ers. probably a code name used by the cocaine
"We had boats Serving lunch and dinner 11am.9'.30:; pm (Sun fhur ,
at every ramp and out at sea, and manufacturer. ,
the cocaine may have been dumped from a vessel "We have had a lot of labels in the past,but it's hardto and 11 am 10 p m. (Fn & Sat )
coming in from the Bahamas once they found out say where it came from," he said. The packagesare 2700 N Waldo Road 3635 sw Archer Road
about the operation," said customs official Don indicative of the labels at the laboratory, but it's 3610 Sw. 13th Street u?. 441 at 1.75, Alachua
Guthrie.No difficult to trace them."
arrests were made Sunday, but the 114 pounds
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rushing yardage in a career ((3,928 on 700 carries),
yardage in a season ((1,599 on 284 carries) and
touchdowns in a career ((37)).
Smith, who holds 58 school records, also was
named 1989 Southeastern Conference Player of the
Year and is among favorites to win the Heisman
Trophy if he stays at UF his senior year.
But keeping the public in suspense is becominga
trademark of Smith's, who shocked the collegiate
world when he chose UF in 1987.
During his senior year at Pensacola Escambia
High School, Smith told reporters he would show
up to sign his letter of intent wearing the school
colors of the university he would choose.
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carried one on Florida Field. Offensive guard Chris Bromley ((52)) helps Smith celebrateone
of the Gators seven wins In 1989. Smith reflects on a tough 10-7 loss to AuburnIn
November that ended the Gators hope of a SEC championship. Then-freshman Smith
11V Zs doing what he does best-rushing for yardage. In 1987, Smith broke UFs single season
rushing record with 1,341 yards. Smith broke his own record last year with 1,599. As
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don't have enough money to take a friend to dinner let

alone dish out $300,000 for grass.

UM officials are following Coach Steve Spurrier's re-

quest to cover Florida Field with natural grass because it

reduces player injuries and keeps the field temperaturedown.

And if the association has the money to spend,
why not? We can't tell you how to spend your money al-
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The question is, what will you do with the artificial turf

after you rip it up? UAA paid $400,000 to resurface

Florida Field for the fourth time two years ago a job

that was supposed to last 10 years.

Jeremy Foley, senior associate athletic director, said he

plans to store the turf for a while and use it in an indoor Dreaming through remote control

facility sometime in the future. When? Where? And will -,

any of us see it in our lifetime? "Wake the neighbors and phone the kids. and
now, say hello to our good friend Paul Schafer," I b Scott Miller
million
News reports from 1987 said plans to build a $7
vaguely heard Dave say as I lay 7/8 recumbent on S
fieldhouse with indoor practice facilities were canceled my ramshackle daybed.I MIRKING OFF
along with plans to build two artificial turf practice fields was exhausted, dead on my back, but it was the
for Fleming Field. good kind of exhaustion, well-deserved, the result ofa template a reunited library. Officials of East fled to
day dropping and adding classes, tossing a Frisbee the library Flat Top C.C. where academic freedom is
That same year, Jim Baker, director of golf and with my dog,Amtrack-named for her unloading of still stifled. "Good Grief, no more pizza for breakfast,
auxiliary operations for UF, said, "Of course, every coach gallons of waste while crossing bridges.I lunch and dinner and Arsenio... ."Zap.
would love to have a grass field, but it's not possible. I slouched home to cook up some Cycle 3 and Dwayne Schintzius, UF basketball's rebel without
Florida Field is a multi-purpose field, and if we switchedto Spam,and set out a bucket of malt liquor for the bothof applause, is abducted at scissor-point by three 5'2"'
we'd have to cut out other activities suchas us. Slipping into a comfy, faded house dress, I female stylists, blind-folded and taken to an unknown
grass, many ,
polished my gun collection, and Amtrack and I beauty parlor and given a Brady Bunch perm with an
Gator Growl and physical education classes."If gradually settled into a tattered goodwill. Ollie North buzz around the ears and up the neck.

we switched to grass, we would still need a field to Body beyond spent,my mind's still active.Synapses His tattoo, "Born to Sulk," was surgically removedand
firing, I must have lapsed into sleep. The first three he is
dropped off at an Overeaters Anonymous
practice on in bad weather. The cost of the grass field whiz by and I'm in IV R.E.M.
stages
stage sleep meeting at Micanopy's Betty Ford Center Fat Fann
plus laying down a new turf field, including the base, dream time.The Sony's glowing, droning on, but me, ... Click.. Commercial?
would around $1 million." I'm fast and bizarre
run dreaming, : "Howdy I'm Ben Hill Griffin, and I liked my seat
The Alligator obtained a Tigert Hall wiretap of a at Gator Field ...
so much, I bought the company!I"
UAA officials have approved spending of $330,000 to conversation between Mark Wright founder of the
$550,000 to install the natural grass with "the remainder" white student union, and his dad. "Son, good news! SGP's Vision Party was indicted for giving students
rose-colored: glasses... Click click.A .
,
coming from Gator Boosters. I'm going to pay for three seven-year scholarships for
the Black and Hispanic yard men to attend Duke and booming voice: "Attention drop/add shoppers
Nobody blinks an eyelash when the athletic association then Harvard law school Sorry, but there's only so there's a blue-light special on aisle 3,Calculus 2063,
spends this kind of money. But while they are at it, why much money, and we've had it so good these past 200 hundreds of openings at half price! ...
couldn't they build something for the students? years. Good luck finding a part-time job!" ... Fading, fading, the dream is over, my eyes
Like someone in my brain with a TV remote, the accommodate to the TV glow in the room. Dave is
M.B. Chafin, UF's director of recreational sports, said next dream abruptly appeared, already in progress: chatting with Paul, "What every school needs is an
even if UAA offered them the turf, they couldn't use it be- Since angry grad students tore down the wall Indiana Students Union, not just a pretty-boy network
well,large planter-that separated UF's Library East football coach"...
cause they couldn't afford to install it. UAA can obviously
and West, thousands of oppressed patrons of East are My head clears, no more Domino's for a while.
afford it. Whatever Coach Steve wants, Coach Steve gets. now free to travel West. They dance and
sing in joy Scott Miller is a student at Santa Fe Community
Imagine what would happen to the College of Liberal and rush the third floor periodical section and con- College, who is always looking--for a tart-time job.I .

Arts and Sciences if Coach Steve were the dean? If only I LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
every college could have a boosters club like the athletic
association's. When you become a Gator alum, rememberthe Task force goals hope that students of any "segregate?"
professors that taught profession and genetic makeup will agree with me The rest of the committee's
you your your -yes, I'm a white male that it
conflictEditor
to
college, instead of Gator football. seem is little less than highway robbery statements are insults to
minorities. Are we to assume that
: While reading about the to force a student to pay $120 fora qualified minority workers have no
Quality of life Task Force in the lesson that neither book nor in initiative or that minority studentsare
alligator Jan. 24 issue of The Alligator, my structor can teach. helpless without campus role
EditorLucy reactions took several sharp turns. Next up is a poll to gauge stu- models of the same skin color? I

Chabot First, it was reported that the dents opinions on racism. Bingo! surely hope not.
Managing Editor Opinions Editor task force categorized minority It's about time. I, for one,am tired Before this task force attemptsto
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton problems. It's good that a game feel of higher-ups about telling me how I must act as the beacon in UFs alleged
issues
plan is being developed. But thenI like racism. racial turmoil, I suggest that the

Letters Letter to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by-10 page). They should be I read about thoughts of a man However, my rating of the task group first agree on a consistent
typed. double-speced and signed. They should Include I typed name, address and telephone datory course"multicultural ex force begins a fatal plunge as I read image to represent itself wfth.Morean .
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause. IT you have any questions call periences" a unique blend of of a possible building for .
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Activist seeks end I Free burgers kick off campaign I

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By DEBBIE CENZIPER party its barbecue pit and tables,
to U.S. deforestationBy Alligator Writer he said. SG candidatesmust
"We have bright individuals in
I Today party presidential candi- our party and donations from peo- registerby
me to say that I don't like log date Juan Vitali!and his supporters ple who believe in our campaign,"
Alligator Writer ging is ridiculous. I just say let's spent about$283 of their campaign Vitali said.
not take too much." account feeding students ham- Linda Vickers, Today's candi- end of weekBy
Logging companies that chop Gold said the timber industry burgers outside the Reitz Union date for treasurer, said they
down the nation's trees are too misleads the public when it Tuesday. Vitali said the free ham- planned the event to reach students M.D. CUMELLA
efficient, harming both the envi- claims forests are renewable re- burgers kicked off the election who don't normally get involved Alligator Writer
ronment and the workers whose sources. campaign. in SG.
jobs they eliminate, environ- Students also were -We wanted to reach Students who want to run for an SG
mental activist Lou Gold said "One of their greatest deceptions given papers that de- general students that office must start their journey with
Monday. is that we're involved in tailed candidate registration, which begins
Today's platform are not a part of the
Gold,who received a standing total reforestation," he said."Ihat's while they waited in line SG mainstream," she said. today at 9 a.m. in Reitz Union Room
ovation from the nearcapacitycrowd a total lie. The timber for food. "We're really reaching 337.
at the College of industry replaces forests with And while students spring elections the people, and that'ssat Candidates must present their fee
Journalism's Gannett Auditorium rows of trees that lack the diversity on the steps of the 1990 what it's all about." card and picture I.D. to election officials
said the timber Industry of natural forests and can'tsupport Union and ate lunch for Vickers said even Vi- by 5 p.m. Friday to have their
unfairly blames growing unem- a complete ecosystem"Gold free, party leaders sion party supporterswere names placed on the ballot for SG
ployment on environmentalistswho said. spoke about the high eating hamburgers elections this spring. All candidates,
demand an end to defores- "Once a forest reaches equi- lights of their platform. Racism, but it didn't matter. whether running as independents or
tation. librium, there is a perfect bal- rape and parking privileges are the Vision party chairwoman Miriam with a party, must complete the qualifying
Helicopters,heavy machineryand ance of life and death," he said. three main issues the Today party Bofshever, a political science papers. The qualifying will be
the practice of processing "This Is nature's idea of a perfect will focus on. They touched upon major, said the Today party was held Friday in room 314.
timber in Japanese mills have recycling program. such topics as installing a racism only trying to buy students' votes
To run for office, students must be
eliminated many American tim- and discrimination hotline, funding by staging the event.
registered for 12 credit hours, have a
Forests that remain in the
ber workers' he said."Environmentalism for Campus Organized Against
jobs, students that
They're telling
and be
2.0 not
northwestern United States grade point average on
Rape and suspending parking privileges
has not they'll buy their votes,"Bofsheversaid. conduct probation.
need Congressional protection,
been said Gold for Student Government officers The Vision
costing jobs, a party is'saying
Gold said.Without it,the timber
elections
: During the Feb. 14 ; students
former University of Illinois po- that well give them student lead-
litical-science professor who industry will destroy that deli- "We wanted students to listen to ership.That's the fundamental dif will vote for a student body
tours the country to lecture on cate balance. what we have to say," Vitali said. ference." president, vice president, treasurer,
environmental Issues during the "It's not all gone there's a "We will aggressively campaign The Vision party will continueits four Activity and Service Fee Advisory
winter and spends summers in little left," he said. "We need from now on." campaign in the next few weeks Committee members and 40 senators.
the Oregon wilderness. people to put in their hands to Today party representatives will by having its members talk to stu- Students also will elect the honor
"What's been costing jobs is help make a difference. En- be campaigning in the commuterlot dents on campus and explain what court chancellor,23 associate justicesand
: the automation of the logging vironmentalism is not a and around campus from now the party is all about, Bofshever the student traffic court chief jus
industry," he said. spectator's sport. We need the until election day, he said. The tice.
By returning jobs to workers, hands of everyone to help. election is Feb. 14. said.Last week the Vision party com- Ken Osfield,SG's liaison to Student
the timber industry can de- "Our vision is where childrencan Money for the barbecue came pared the prices of fast food ham Services, will check students' recordsto
crease unemployment and halt go touch a real tree and not from donations by Today party burgers to Service America's verify that each candidate is eligibleto
deforestation, he said. hear in a story that once upon a supporters, not from slating fees, hamburgers. Vision said the stu- run for office. After candidates are
"I used to be a wood carpenter. time there used to a bunch of Vitali said. Service America, UF's see Hamburgers, page 8 cleared by Osfield, parties may add
I love wood products, so for big trees." food corporation, lent the Today them to their official list of candidates.


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explained its platform to students without
vie for HAMBURGERSfrom being overly aggressive.
Hopefuls crown 7
page Their concern means a lot,"Winchester
I dents were paying five cents more for the said. "And they're giving out free hamburg

in 40th Miss UF pageantBy campus"They're hamburgers.(the Today party) supportingGator ers.Adrian" Rubio,junior in engineering,said

Dining Services," she said. "That's a although the hamburgers needed lettuce,
watch and compete- in-the Miss Florida big slap in the students' faces." cheese and tomatoes he learned more
LISA KRONSCHNABL pageant in June. Joy Winchester and Dirk Anderson,both about the Today party

Alligator Writer The winner of the Miss Florida pageantwill majoring in architecture, sat and watchedthe "I don't know about any other party that's

Months of planning, primping and per compete in September's Miss America speakers. running right now," Rubio said. "Now at
fecting soon will be reflected in the glitterof pageant, but pageant director Cathy They said they're glad the Today party least I know them."

Miss UF's crown. Hufford said most contestants in the Miss
emphasize safety and warn students to
This year marks the 40th anniversary of UF pageant are not obsessed with winning. CRIMEfrom doors shut. keep
the Miss UF which is sponsoredby dormitory
pageant,
"That's what makes this 3
pageant page
"Students are putting their whole dormitory
Florida Blue Key and will be held Thurs-
day night in University Auditorium.Sandra unique, Hufford said. "Sure, winning Sandeen and asked,"What would you say if in danger when they act irresponsibly,"
would be great,but I think most of the girls
assistant director
Sharon
housing
Frick,the reigning Miss Florida,will be the who does not Blansett
do it for fun or to represent their sororities." we watched a man belong on said. .
host for the event. "
campus penetrate a dorm?
Five judges, all certified by the Miss Hufford, a journalism junior, has been Sandeen, who didn't know about Sloan's "Nobody needs to pull a publicity stunt to
America pageant, will rate 18 contestantson helping contestants with make-up tech story, said he hoped that wouldn't happen. prove anything," Blansett said. "We are
talent, interview performance and poisein niques,hair styles and poise since October. "We have very friendly students," doing everything possible to provide a safe
evening gowns and swimsuits. Contestants are rehearsing 20 hours this Sandeen explained in a separate interview."I environment for our students. The only reason
week to prepare for the pageant.The people get into the dormitories is because

is that
UF sophomore Charlotte Dean,Miss UF suspect there a possibility students
"
for 1989, will present the crown to the would let him in, but we would hope students let them in.

winner. pageant starts at 8 p.m., but doors for their safety they would not," he said. Sloan, who graduated from UF in 1973,
Prizes Include scholarships, tanning often at 7 p.m. There is no reserved seating. James Grimm, director of housing, said said she also took risks as a college student.
packages and lifetime memberships to Tickets can be purchased from contestants, students must be more responsible. "I was one of those girls who rode my
Let's Get Physical for the winner and four the University Box Office at Constans Theatre Grimm said upcoming Previews, orienta- bike at 3 a.m.," Sloan said. "I guess I was
runners-up. The winner also will receive a or at the door. tion programs for incoming students, will lucky."

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MEASLESfrom that it will show up here," would probably use class registration to their benefit requirement for new students.
Gutekunst said. "It doesn't seem restraints to motivate students The booster requirement fol-
page 1 unlikely that a UF student was on who need the shot. lowed nationwide recommendations Because people who have had
the FSU campus last week and from the Center for Disease the virus build up an immunity,
"I if it became
assume
Gutekunst said the quick- necessarywe they are exempt from the regula-
could be harboring the virus. Control and the American Associ-
would have to sort of
spreading trait of the virus and the use some tion as are people over the age of
ation of Pediatrics to
Wilder said there are three con- check-off on the registration re- as a response
fast-paced life of college students firmed cases at FSU and three sus- cord, some indication that would an upsurge in rubeola in the last 34.
make UF. a likely target for FSU'sailment. pected. He also said neighboring flag their registering for class," four years, possibly due to earlier
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical Sandeen said. "It would be a terri- vaccines' weakness. Although the virus had not been
"Certainly the way students are University has three confirmed ble logistics problem. Hopefully, Kellett said Florida's nine state seen in counties surrounding Al-
mobile and get back and forth be- cases. most people have good judgment universities already had recom- achua, Kellett said all campus
tween this and other campuses to Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt when faced with facts and they mended to the state legislature to health-related employees already
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$500/mo Call 3350440. Watson.Realty 314 NW 14th St 2bdr/1ba, 3blks from UF, 7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's OfficeM
Corp. 2151 $285/mo. Century 21 John Merrill Inc. 372. WINDMEADOWS APTS. F 8 am 9 pm, Sat noon 9 pm i
1495 1,2i 3 Bedroom 8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm

Private entrance, refrigerator ceiling fan, 2132 Pool, Tennis, Laundry t tM.F.8am.4:30pm
9 Autos
2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 Medical Bookstore,Shands
single rm. elf Ctrl ht, cooking, parking.
: j;
372-1862 ARE YOU HAVING 10 Wanted
375.1728. $145 utll. incl. RENTAL PROBLEMS? WilLIAMSBURG APTS. ,t
3blks to UF 2 Mall
By : -
5.5-1 Call Our Leasing Office AVAILABLE NOWIII!!! 11 Services
for Sup.r Specials!!! 1,2TH3BdrmtPool Use forms appearing weeklyin

2 minute walk to campus! 1 1bd I Iba fully 2 BEDROOM BATH Laundry 12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by t
furnished apt near Norman Hall, quiet, 3 BEDROOM BATH 1 Block to UF/Shinds 13 Help Wanted mail MC VISA or checks only. f
safe. Was WASHER/DRYER/ INCL. 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253
$295 now $235/mo./ Must sublet
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND.: i
SW 8th Ave. 378.0764. 2651 OXFORD MANOR
MOUNT VERNON APTS. Payment by VISA or Mastercard i
15 Personals
Efficiency turn or unlurn, close to UF one 377-2776 1 A 2 Bedrooms ONLY Five dollar minimum. i

person, no pets, quiet, private, patio, free 2-16-12-2 I Pool/Laundry/ 16 Connections M-F8.30-4pm. !T
cable TV $225/mo plus utilities Call 378 Close to UF/Shands/
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389 17 Notices i
2016 2231,
GRAD STUDENT 2 eLKS FROM UNIV. 2.13.I 152 o How to correct
ONE BEDROOM APT. $200 mo. Call Kevin 18 Rides
1 bedrm apt prefer' mature responsible n/s, 9 5 376.5242 pm 3773852. 2552 cancel ad:
no pets/children. Smi NE of hwy patrol. WASHER/DRYER/ INCL. 19 Pets your I

$27S/mo incl. util, phone, washer/dryer./ Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225 2 BEDROOM/2/ BATH
3 BEDROOM/3/ BATH 20 Lost & Found Cancellations
376 '1276. 2.6.5.1FOR 1829 NW 2 Ave. (by O'Dome) & 1222 NW :
8 Av Now or Fall, Office: 411' NW 15 St. OXFORD MANOR Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4 pm.
371'.0769. 2652 No refunds can be given .It
377-2776 .M
RENT:
1/2 mile from campus quiet. neighborhood, 1 1.3'-9.2' i J When will your ad run? Alligator errors: ;
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk lots of trees. 2B/R/ A/C, D/W, washer/dryer Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. .t
hook-up. Call 3730129. 2-9-8-2 Casablanca East, 2bdr/2/ 1/2 ba, like new Call 373.FIND with any corrections before ,

to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270.$280. townhouse, has wid. screened porch Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
,l BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec 2 WKS FREEH! Center Court Apts. 11 pool, $475/mo a 402,Call 335-0440. Wat- RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Plus lMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs. blocks N of UF. I BD $299, 2BD $349, very son Realty/Helen 26102MOBILE DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected .
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378 1190. 4.30.75. nice. 1210 NW 11 Ave. 371.7777. Mgt. 411 Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
NW 15 SI. 2652
2 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
HOMES: placing the ad. Changes called In after
2bdr house, 1 Iblk from Norman Hall, sublet THREE days to Ads
Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet appear the 'first day will not be compensated. i
washer/dryer available in most units lor until May-renewable, $350/mo. 626 SW 3 FOR RENT/SALE may run for any length of time

$15 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 18.28. 1 & 2 Bath 10th St 378-8452. 2152 and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
.
250350.752 sec & Imr. 372.6422. 4 30- 4 Bedroom house, 7 acres, 2 stall barn, 1978 MOBILE Home for sale 12 x 58 Sorry, but there can be no re- Corrections must be made in person at
garden, 8 miles from school on Archer Rd. 2bdr/lba, fenced yard with shed & awning The Alligator office BEFORE NOON. f
$4500 373-4202 funds for cancelled adsSUBLEASE. There will bee
for the $750 per mo. Call and leave message neg. or 472 2928 $2.00 correction fee
Arlington Square Apts. serious
538.8200. 21.5.2Bicycle after 5:30: pm. 22103
student or professional next to the Hippodrome '
Ibdr from $365, 2bdr from $500 75 MOBILE HOME for sale $750 best .
..downtown! 3789682. 131.17.2 Club
-
uptown living offer Full 2br
Move In Special' size on quiet lot NEW-
soup's on us 2.1.5-3 BERRY. Call Steve 371-4291' leave msg : ROOMMATESFemale

Colonial' Oaks 2bdrll/ 1/2 ba townhouse, 2br/2ba

$325, wash/dry hook-up. dishwasher great roommate floor plan 2bdr/lba, new wash/dry, screened porch, 4 HOUSE/APT. to share furnished 3/2 house.
.
close to UFo 4221 A SW 21' PI. 376 3133. great amenitiescall
A/C and heat, fireplace Close
for details 377-2220 cent. air, some furniture, bike to campus, to campus
1.31.17.2Spacious 1-31.142 very clean,Call Lee 335.6339, $4900 neg. Sublet Oakbrook Walk lux condo newest and shoPPing. l85/mo plus 1/3 utilities
2153 phase, 2br, 2bath, turn. Own room, micro, 336-5635. 1-31-5-5
1 and 2 Bedroom. PoolTennis. SPACIOUSONE wash/dry/ no sec. dep. $250/mo./ lit mo o.
Sauna Gym and more. BEDROOM APT. Rent or Rent to own: 2bdr/1 1/2 ba. Good free. Move In now, Feb.July call 375 Own Bdr In 2Bdr house Furnished, clean
STONERIDGE APT. ONLY $260/MO shape, central air, new paint, frost free 4541. Amee Bryan. 1.315.41bd1 with yard. 2ml to UF $150/mo & 1/2 util
3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 LYONS APT4000SW20THAV frig, fenced, pets welcome. Call 371-9145. Call 375.7071 or 462-6304 after 6pm. 1 1-
4.30.62-2 377-8797 29.103 1/2 twnhs. Pool, wash/dry/ amp 31.55
--- parking within short walking distance to
campus. 378-7224 ask about.apt 52B 2. Studious nsf needed for turn 2bdr/1 1/2
554 ba In quiet SW area W/D, micro, dw.
$200/mo/ & 1/2 util. $200 dep. Call 335-
Please Take Over My Lease! Brand new 5619 1-31-55
local apt., 2bdr/2ba/ townhome, walk to Santa
Advmis Fe Com College. Call 373-3777. 2554 F n/s to share 2br/1 1/2 ba quiet condo In
sSTART Mill Run near campus $190/mo & 1/2 util

Sublease apt unf, ibdrm Camelot, very Pool, laund. & micro. Call 336.4763. 1-
COOKING UP close to Law School, quiet Pet OK, avail- 31-55
able from Jan/29/90./ / Call 335.6233 to
VI park. 2234 HELPII I Need a fun, friendly female N/S
your Valentine related ads now! Rmmt Oxford Manor Apt. Own bdr/ba
Avail Nowl 377-8034. 1-31.5-5
5 ROOMMATESBRANDYWINE

Gotta get a Roommatel! Kind, considerateF
a lg8ior's : Fern, own rm w/wtr bd, / Own rm In 2br house. Walk to UFI
fully furn 2bdr/1 ba apt. Many xtras, $'50/Mo./ Call 371.2918 Leave Msg! 1-
$210/mo + 1/3 util Near UF 3730024 31-55
Love Lines Edition February 14,1990Ad 2135
1 Wanted: House Keeper to take care of the

Placement Deadline Is NW HOUSE 3/2 FINS large yard, cent apartment Rent Is $50 a month.3785179
h/ac screen porch 4 ml to UFSFCCroom 338-0898 1.31.55LAKEWOOD

WED. FEBRUARY 7,1990 unfurn. $185/mo. 1/3 ut. No pets.
3786499 2-1.105 F to rent den and share
bath,. 1/3 util & $150/mo Call Carla
Display Advertising Room avail M/F In 3bd/2ba/ house near ASAP 335.9451 Iv msg 1-31-5-5

Polos Private or share bath, rent neg +
376-4482 1/3/ util Call Joe or Basso at 374.8820. Neat/Responsible ROOMMATE WANTED

I i 22105. N/S for a 2bd/2 1/2 ba In a quiet NW
wooded area/ furnished own bd/ba./
OAKFOREST M-F Master bedroom In $255/mo/ & $100 deposit No pets & no
2bdr. Apt S250/mo/ & 1/2 util. 335.6189. smoking Call 377.5128/ leave mes 26r -
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'11 ROOMMATESRoom ROOMMATES ROOMMATESPINETREE FOR SALEBEDS FOR SALE


{ & Bath In 3bdr at Spyglass Apts Trinidadian seeks rmmt to share gator GARDENS BEDS BEDS MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376.H46
|$230 plus 1/3 util Call 335-5235 any time town apt $170/mo Own bdr, ba bring own Swimming pool, tennis court Dressers, Chest, Bookcases, Sofas TV Editor's choice CompuAdd Norlhgate!
..1.5.5F frnitr" Dirk 378-6138 lor more into aftr Roommate needed:: ASAP $138/mo/ & 1/4/ carts, Entertainment centers and more at H P. Price same or lower than ma:
9pm 225.5 utilities Call 336-5637 or 335.5119, 22 the lowest prices in Gainesville. 371.4422 order. Systems below include 1mb. 40mb
own room In 2bdr apt, SW less than 35 Dumas Discount 1421 NE 8 Ave. ((28ms). graphics monitor,
11 I 1ml from UF, $145/mo & 1/3 ulil, need Bicycle Club M/F $200 & 1/3 util For more 2-2.168 MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295,
{immediately, Call Denise 378-5346 or Iv, info call Drew or Brady 335.5957 Own Near UF, large br in large house, w/fire/ MC 386SX $1495, Northgale 386/20
[message 2155 bdrm 2145A place, $140/mo/ + 1/4 util 914 SW 6 Ave. COMPUTERPackard $2399. PB 286 laptop whd & battery
ri'' 378.1088, 372.3307 27.55 $1999 CompuAdd 810 w// 20mb & graphics
nil/ M/F/ to share 2bdr/1 1/2 fra condo; Roommate wanted 4br 3bath house, Bell 286, I2mhz 40mb hard monitor $970 1 & 3 year warranties
Jacuzzi, Sundeck, Washer, dryer hook. pool, W/D/ Call 378-9624, $170 t per drive, 5,25" 1.2 floppy, 3 5" 1.44 floppy Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 I printer
{
t tup Close to Same Fe 4 UF $200/mo/ & 1/2 month, lirst/last/ $tOO deposit Nonsmoker 6 FOR SALE mb ram, vga hi-res, color monitor lyr $185 HP Laser Jet lip $1049. 4110 SW
>u lutil. 371-7242 2145IWINDMEADOWS preferred 255.5 warr" 4 mths on site, $1849, call 335 34th St. / 308 W Umv, Ave. 4.30.65.6
1300. 2.20.14.8Car
BRAND NAME COMPUTERS
LAKEWOOD FNS own bdrm in 3/2 As low as $25/mo no $ down Printer Okimate 20 Commodore 64
f apt. Furnished, pool, sauna, weightrm, FREE Catalogue over 50,000customerI1800.8257283 Alarm, Autopage, Chapman. Home board, color, like new, $150 080 332
[Own room $205 mo. and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul Sherwood
tennis, porch, view of lake, Call 336-4531 0139 13136SOLOFLEX
1
[Call 335.1693 after 8. 2255IMF **, 2555 19306 and more. We Beat All Priced!

3733754. 430696WORD Only a lew months old New
/ rmmt for beautiful historic 4bd/2ba/
Serious student to have own room in Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more price $1050, asking $850. Negotiable.
[house. 1 blk from Tlgert $135 & 1/4 util
371.2343. Furnishings avail. 2145. house In quiet neighborhood less than brands are all at our New Location) Car PERFECT 5.1 Call Chris 335-2350. 2256
X Imi! from campus. $120/mo & 1/3 util Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372 Latest release from Elite
373.3332, 2655 IBM Quietwrner 8 Typewriter Excellent
[Luxury Oakbrook Condo needs a n/s tamale 2070. 430.758 Computer Systems $135, 03351300 .
Condition, must sell 335 1168 leave message
[ to share a room 2bd/2bath/ $175 t a
Need M/F Rmmt to share 2bdr Spacious CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS It the oldest 2.5.56Brand
1 (month. Call 375.6394 ask for Susie. 2 2
55 Condo in Sommerset Village. $200/mo beat and lowest priced car stereo PC-3 LAPTOPGreat
] Call Edward at 376-1296. 254.5 tore In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St for class notes, $230 from Elite new CHARVEL with floating floyd
and killer paint $500. Roekman XI00, First
Want I cool, neat, n/s male rmmt for 4.30.75.6Rockford 8335.1300PRINTER
N/S M/F to share 2Bdr just 3 blocks from $100. Big PA speakers. Adam 335-4416.
|3bd/3ba w2 fun girls Starting sum. campus: pay $135/mo, first & last, plus Foagate, Yamaha, Pioneer, 2246
mer/lall SO-91 yr. 336-8876 Iv msg. 2.2.
Iss 1/2 util, cable. 373-2596 or 376.7352 Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best
7 Mike. 2235 Car Sterlo Installer In town Car St.- 24pm Letter Quality, from Elite $305, '335 Commodore 64, new Panasonic KX
Too to Co 375.1834. 4-30-75-6 1300 P1180 printer $225 value, modem, every.
{OXFORD MANOR bdr/ba in
own a OWN ROOM in house / .
nice fireplace 8 2.6.13-8 thing you could need. All for $350. Hunter
G 2bdr/2ba apt $240/month & 1/2 utilities blks to UF Only $150/mo & 1/4 util Sen RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem. 3763786. 2556
Total at Its finest Call Joe 375
luxury
ous students only please. 336.1277. 22 nants for your dorm or apartment. We deliver WATERBED Queen with heater, 2 mo
1 125652255 3-5 ) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave Old, $125 OBO. 3756529 1.31.5-6 Hammocks &, hammock chairs Excellent
M 377.5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 2620. quality. Good selection. Low Price Call
I/F/ Rmmt Wanted: ndmeadows Own Share huge 2bdr/2ba, close to UF, avail.I 6 Apple lie computer with color monitor and 332.3386 anytime 2246
bdr/ba/ $262.50/mo pay 1/2 util Pleaseall able Immediately, 335-6984. 2.13.10.5Room software. Excellent condition. $350 Call
IC Cristal at 336.9250. 2655 CAR ALARMS installed remote control Tommy: 3777380. 2.1.5.6TWIN princeton high res color monitor and
& Bath in NE House. N/S/ Cent. any car truck or 'van fully guaranteed will graphics card, logttec mouse never used.
ASABLANCA N/S, own room and ba in ht/ac, wash/dry/ no lease, $195/mo&1/2 demo. Call 336.9193 student Iv. message. BED FOR SALE $75 call Leslie 335 grad std must sell offers consid 335.
i 2bdr-, condo, furn. w/wash/dryer, $200/mo/ util Call Dave after 6pm at 378-4698. 2. 2.28.34-6 9455 1 .31 1-4-8 1546. 2.5.5.6
1/3/ util 335 3889. 2985 655
--- Queen size sleeper sofa Pale yellow

r------------------/ background w/conservative floral design.
fair condition, $35 Call 335-9732, leave
message. 2126
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I 1 I I I I I 1 Bunk beds, oversize lor adult or kids, very
So > solid, $I 75. 8 X 8 carpet w/pad. grey.blue,
$60 Freezer, 27cu Amana $200. 332
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you didn't send mea I I ; I I I I 2391 265.6

I. I I I I Radio Shack color computer II, Disk drive,
Love Line last 1
year ; s .
B&W TV, loads of games, computer cassette
recorder, $175 OBO Call Don a*
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and now it's time I I I I .
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',\':' for a transplant. I I I I ;[ I I I I II = $90 board SWANKI obo.and! Queen padded Waterbed rails Works with GREAT'head. '


I" I I i $ CALL 335.2651
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I z 5 BICYCLES. 1 classIc ladies bike, 2 red
aI race style, 2 red 10 speeds, owned by
1 ...n Z H bicycle mechanic. $25:$50, Alex 336
1
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I I I f I I I I 1 m vi | 1 1988 Cannondale frame set, 56 centime.ter. .

I ; I 2 II blue, Great condition $275 OBO. Call

I I I I I I I f I George at 336-0767. 2656

I I .I I I I II DRAFTING TABLE charvoz 42 X 30 like
new $85. BED full boxspnng/frame
i F Sealy.x.firm $150. 377-6153. 2236

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Don't Do Something You Might Regret! 1 10. Wanted =20. Lost a Found -day. $- "SI_.........W f'M.S/S SaK000.
CALL DAYS IVUjIOQS I WEUENOS
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Keep your roomie /friend /'favorite doctor I CREDIT CARD Add''1.00 each' Mae line. ,each'_day I 377-0014

happy with a Love Line! 409 S.W. 2nd Ave.
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12.ALLIGATOR WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31.1990


SALEBED AUTOS 10 WANTEDLocal 11 SERVICESNW SERVICESONE


: SINGLE. $100 PINEWOOD with no 87 Mazda LX, 2 door automatic a/c Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
metal fits flush on the floor Dennis 372. am/fm tape player cruise control auto Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine near Oaks Mall area 5x5 to 10 x 20 from STOP DENTISTRY
2857 2.2.5.6Marshall windows plus. Excellent cond. $8000. Jewelry 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 $20,10% disc to students. 3328917. 4- Accepting new pta emerg
3731007. 2-1-3-9 30-75-11 Adult cleaning $28 child $18
100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4-12 I Need ONE Airline Ticket FROM: Los ((4)Wisd) tee. $325 ((3)Wisd.) tee. $250,
cabinet channel' switching effects loop Angeles CA or Ontario CA, TO: G'ville or ((2)Wlsd.) tee. $200
and footpedal, both for $925 obo 377- White 300zx, loaded stereo cassette ac, Jax Call 3712025. Lv msg. 2-5-5-10 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Nitrous Oxide. Accept MC, V, AE
5795. 26-10-6 alarm, cruise control etc Must see Valid only with coupon, up to ((4)) people.
$12,500 very negotiable. Ph: 3766512 WANTED 2 RUSH TICKETS for Jax show H. T. Gonsouhin. DDS 372-9521
For Sale: Mitsubishi stereo w/ CD and 2-2-4-9 2-19. Floor seats only. Am in a state of 1233 NW 10th Ave. 1-31-17-11,
tape deck ISO watt, I twin bed w/ frame agony. Will reimburse you well 372- 372- 664
Call 335.1683 will take best offer 1-31- 3148. 285.10 MCVISAlniuranceFree /
5-8 1982 Honda Accord 4dr, Sspd 84,000mi. Pregnancy Test MOPED CITYPick
., blue. Located
light in red D parking
COMIC BOOKS WANTED 1960-Present, Member
off.1/2 oil
lot up/Drop now
adjacent the Graham
area. $2300
for Grade Silver National Abortion Federation
7 REAL ESTATEOwn obo. 395-9633. 2-6-5-9 nobody pays more High 13116.11
Age in Gainesville. CALL 372-7990. 2- 4-30-75-11



cond Oaks 2bdr/2 373-4347 instead. 1/2 priced ba, poolside of right-terms 1-31-10-7 rent: energy Condo SouthFork chic for sale. A-1 . ., .



PRIME UF LOCATION! 15 room house
CH/AC. Good condition! Rented. Investmentfraternityother.
/ / $130,000
376.6652 owner. 3.7.42.7


8 MOTORCYCLESHONDA


CT110 $250 excell student or
first. bike 90mpg/ 55mph easy parking.
Can collect. Kenny 1.752.9137 2-1-58

JAWA moped 89 good condition great
transportation to campus $300. 374-
4972 225.8
Deadline: February 7th
Honda Elite 150 3 months old with only 90

miles on it. mint condition Financial Cri- Run Date: February 14th
sis I will deal Call Jay at 336.8777


9 AUTOS Please follow all instructions to fill out your Love-Lines Correctly.!


AM/FM 75 /Camaro Cassette 350 V-8 new Excel/cond.paint/interior A/C and/ 1. Fill out your name, address, and phone number 5. No foreign languages, even if r it is a commonly used

brakes $2700/080.335-2891 2-1-7-9 completely. This information will not appear in the phrase. NO EXCEPTIONS.

88 CRX-sl AC AM/FM Cassette 4-spks, paper and information is completely confidential. 6. DO NOT abbreviate Valentine's Day.

sun roof fuel injection) Alloy wheels like 2. If you want something on a separate line, write it on 7. No obscene language or double entrendres.a .
new Andrea 373-8124 LvMsg. 2-7-10-9 line.
separate 8. Please pick up a "Good News" Card at the Alligator
72 914 Porsche, new paint new engine 3. There can be no refunds or credits after an ad is to notify individuals of their upcoming Love-Lines
Must Sell $2500 OBO 377.5535 Leave
Message. 1-31-5-9 accepted. Lovelines are typeset the day they are message. .
received, no matter how far in advance of
9. No extra charge for Love-Lines: 54.00 for 4 lines, any
Honda Accord 80 Auto 4 door tinted publication date.
wdws 64k mi Runs and looks greatl) Club additional lines pre $1.00.
4. No last names or manner of address which identifies
Fuji bike Incl. Must selll) $2900 obo. 335-
Deadline for Love-Lines is 4:00: p.m., Wed. Feb. 7th.
7431 227.9 the addressee to a third party can be used in an ad.
NO EXCEPTIONS Sorry, no ads can be accepted after deadline has passed.

1967 Mustang. V8 red new h.p. radials,
new brakes dual exhaust am/lm/casi
$2500 obo. 336-4113 ask for Sean.
Appearing Wednesday, February 14th

1973 2402 White, am/fm cass recent new Must arrive before 4 p.m. Wed. February 7thEnclose
last.
engine, very 373-7853 Leave message
$2,600 0130. 2-1.4-9

check or bring to: Name
86 Ford Tempo GL 5-spd AC am/fm your
exc/cond. $700 down Nego Take over and mail to: .. -t-t mNM tti.mM Address .
pymts of $166 88. Call Wendy 3747275or .llli ator

374-8603. 2-2-5-9 P.O. Box 14257 City St._Zip _

83 Mustang Convertable $4600. PB PS, Gainesville, FL 32604 1105 W University Ave. Phone

AT. air, am/fm caSSette. New top, tires, all
records Ready To Gol Call 376-1022 2-
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2-5-9 ../

AUTO INSURANCE i To place L... linn" .... t/M Inn. 'faun. and follow the instructions..oc". ",.0.. b>careful IP ..el lud..<.ry*.>"J you wish la Wv and how you with 'a Myit
LOW RATES at Orange ..qu..i.''o changes offer'< the ad hat been ordered"mult 110 considered. a new ad a>iiwn. . & Blue Insurance. Drive thru In But lane of.payment with. ad*rtinng copy don not constitute. a b..d..g. agreement. an the.paM,a)tt.>.'wd'p ndani.Flo'ida Alligator" '10 puhlnh ta.d copy The Indapandani .
ler Plaza We care Call us. 1st. Ma"da Alligator' reserves the right. ta ad ai io<* ,ivdga a' the"kutability. a'' any advertising copy submitted 'for publication a"d-.......th*right te .:.
377CARS. 2-9-10-9 edit lavw. oJ.lo a reject any advertising. copy ,

1977 Celica GT New tires, brakes, bat Allow space for each Utter, space & punctuation mark. Capitol require 2 spates

tery. Int in top shape, has bedders & hi-
perf carb. AM/FM/ cass. Runs & handles
great. $1500 obo 376-0127. Price Includes
car cover and full size scare. 1-
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1978 Datsun 280Z 2+2 Drk grn saddle Int.
V
alloys, low miles, am-lm cassette Eq. Hch.'J'
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377-0310. 2-6-5-9 / ; ;

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1988 Toyota Celica Convertible, red ":'

am/fm cass CD, alarm, phone, cover 5
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speed, 3739547. 2-6-5-9 - - \'-
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'PBAC 78 Thunderbird AMFM original stereo.owner Runs, PS/great/ PW/ Use the space below for additional lines needed at additional charge of $1.00 per IIno.'f'.

- $750. Call 375-6858 after 5pm. 2-6-5-9.
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1985 Honda Prelude, mint, air, am/tm - - - - - - - -., ;t (
cassette sunroof tilt wheel, red wgray.. ; ;; : ,
blk velour Int. $8800. Sandy: days 395-
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, STORAGE 12 SERVICESYOU accepting application for Reel- Umpires needed for UF intramural softball .

FREE* Close to UF, Convenient4x4x4 dent Assistant petition for the Fall $3.50/hr. Call or come by room 214

Pregnancy Test l5/mo/ WRITE WE TYPE 1190 Semester Application available Florida Gym 392-0581. 2-5.5.13
a'I either .the Housing Office or all residence
Gainesville Women's Business Personal Reports
A *
4x8x8 $25moS33SW2ndAve Legal Part time typist/proofreader 35 wpm with
HEALTH CENTER 377-1771 Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. hall area office Applications word star or equivalent exp to assist am.
NW 23rd Avenue are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to .the
720 G'ville Handicapped Typing ateur writer. Comms. student preferred
Division of Housing Office. For further
377.5055 ** GATOR MOVING ** 378-7179. Information contact 'the Staff Student 3713424. 2.6.5.13
ABORTION To 24 Wks)
( Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Typing reports A business legal A Development' Office at 3922161. 2-2- PART TIME HELP WANTED. Will train
BIRTH CONTROL Item/Hse Full Days/Eves, Long dis transcribed A applications .
resumes A cassettes
Best ft Loan
Jewelry 523 NW 3rd Ave.
Gynecology Services Lie/Ins Harry/Bill/ 374-4791 4-30-75-11 A letters notary Aetc. Available EARN $100 MONTHFor Apply In person 25513BUSINESS
4.30.71.11 24 hours/7 days/372-2777 4-30-75-12
plasma donations. Our fully automated
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons your
Valentine Special be photographed by boarding woodser facilities Typing $1.00 pg. min. 500. Reports, system is safer and faster than

Internationally known beauty photographer hay rides parties sales working Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T, List. manual centers Air conditioned Special
Bill Horne. Get a free poster print. bonus with this ad Call for appoint 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080. WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4.30.75-
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GATOR TYPING moved & lowered prices. Alpha Plasma Center terminals & sell,
pc's buy
Poster with glamour session Resumes $12 & Page M-F 9305.30: Sat 9:30-2.30
Free any TRANSMITTED DISEASE? Laser printer. up. trade, rent & repair, Great prices, QUAL-
with award winning photographer Bill Get confidential testing and treatment at discounts avail. Days & eves 373-4564 8 GW 18t St. 378.9204 ITY, CDCS 818 W Univ 338-0378.
Horne. Studio or location. Glamour with PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881.
336-4936 Full A Plus Notes Are you an 'A' student, do
1- MICRO CENTERTyping
style 377-6583 See the display now. SOFTWARE! Illus 88, Windows Laplmk,
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Door and Lock Installation and Repair. 50/pg/ A Resumes $6 A Self service to earn while you learn, .if so then call Florida Imagesetters 376-0200
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Great bargains wlayaway plan avail typeset graphics A spell check theses In the 'following classes: ADV 3501 Part-Time sales Opportunity or Operate

Weeks Flea Market State Road 26, 3ml Group for UF students of alcoholic parent A papers A special characters employ APB 2150, APB 2151 AMH 2020, ANT your own Business. Distribute our healthy
west of Newberry to Co. rd. 2085. Open age8wk.. / Feb-March. Contact Marilyn ment databases mailmerge A training. 2149, ANT 2402, ANT 2410, ANT 3511 highly nutritious high fiber Phoenix
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Reasonable rates, excellent tunes, pro MOVING? campus Dependable, quality service. 3400 COM 1000, COP 3110. COC 3400,
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and Iv a map. 1-31-10-11 beat any price In town. 336-9461. 3-8-30- 373-4464. 1-31-11-12 ,3408, GEO 2200 GEO 2201, GEO 2420 print on paper/film CamerareadylMacIBM. !
11 I GEO 2500, GLY 1000, HIS 2464, ISM / Florida Imagesetters 376.0200.
Free dental screening ft x-rays, senior ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect 3011, ISS 2120, JOU 3100, LEI 3830,
0-edit/proof/spell all work guaranteed- MGF 1202, MMC 2100 MMC 4200, PET Group for UF students of alcoholic
dental student looking for board patients, *MOPED REPAIR* ** parent
English B.A. Ripp 3763649. 21320.12 3320, PHH 2101 PHI 2100, PUR 3000,
tree filling & or cleaning .if you qualify Call Fast, quality service. Very reasonable age / 8wk / Feb.-March Contact Marilyn
PUR 3101 REL 2001 REL 2240 RTV .
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1.30.5.11 372 6586'leave message by 2'2
& number. Free off.
332.5649 Iv. name rates. pick-up/drop 8 yrs. exp
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Typing Typesetting 2100 SYG 2000 and SYG 2430. We are
CALL MARK 3750961. 2-2-3-11 resumes 0 reports letters etc. especially looking for ANT 2410, AST A national full service brokerage firm .is
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Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. Problems in Math? Then call Greg at 377- Alachua Word Processing 2.12.20-12 371-695411Inter'lted. to work in their Palm Beach Gardens

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Service. Masters in English; Will correct $3.50 per hour semesterly/ raises,
spelling & edit 24-hrs 3731937. 2-1-6-12 Come by Room 214-FLA Gym for info or Cherry the Clown Showl I

call 3920581. 228.13 See the amazing Cherry with ten
Quicksilver WP free balloons'' Call 373-7755 after 6 p.m.'

I 24hr7day/ Pickup/ Del.EditProofSpellGuar. Opportunity To Earn $. Need someone in
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited / 378.6515. 2-2-7- food science field to help in the develop. 15 PERSONALSLADIES
ment of a new food product; 335-7414 Lv
by Trade Michel Jaffa Great Typmgl English maj/ret.) court rptr Msg. 1.31.5.13
19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel. MAKE MONEYWe

ACROSS 5 Cleo's killer 39 Make tracks 52 Champagne spellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill buy ft sell good used clothing,

1 Aspirant's goal 6 Quill 42 Member of a bucket 3779908. 2-28-24-12 EARN $35 Call Second Act. 373.8527. 430.75.15VuarnetlCarrtrIlRay.BanGalor.

6 Donahue 7 Removed the pool 53 Heavy This week for new donors for 2 plasma .
SCRIBE SERVICES Computer/Laser Grettt t
weeds 43 Alt. hammer donations on our new automated ma
10 House plant Typing Graphics, Editing & Publication prlces-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical
chines. Special bonus each
14 Others, In 8 "- many 44 Mitigate 54 Winnie Pu Design 818 W. Univ Ave. 377-6170. 2222012 program Laboratory 376-5563 618' SW 4 Ave. 1
month. Free refreshments, tree parking
Madrid words" 46 Had a peek 56 First place block from Ala Gen. 4-30-75-15
Experienced staff serving you since 1969
47 Continuous 57 Camera feature
9 Palmas
15 New Rochelle -
Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238
campus 10 Celebration coming 58 Villa d'- On-Campus TYPing. $2 per page. Pickupand SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon.Fri 8-7 Sat. Natural Foods and Vitamins
16 Lend! Spanish style 48 "- as a pin" 59 Mandible Del. avail. Most Fonts Graphics, 82. 43073.13 Birkenstock Sandals.
60 Ga.'s neighbor Styles. Call 395-8424 Ask for Mike/lve Sunflower Health Foods
51 Composer
17 Edge of a sort 11 Knievel
SW 34th St. 372-7482
2-2-5-12 87
20 Partner of now 12 Superlative Schifrin 61 Deserter mssg *APPLICATORS

21 Resort near review Typing/Word Processing Quality depend- WE TRAINS FT/PT/ PREGNANT? Don't guess. Get immediate
Venice 13 Compass point ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: able service. Reasonable rates. Laser / $9 hr finishers (non-union) test results from a reliable source

22 Man or Wight 18 Gymnast Korbut IF ARMS NCAA STUD printer. 377-8175 tI19.00pm. 3-16-35-12 / $14 hr mgmt (entry level) PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881

23 Utah's state 19 Actress Palmer ALIAS I A R MIV. OENO / franchise available NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get

flower 24 Bambl's aunt IT FORMATION FEME 13 HELP WANTEDAVON 22822.13 CALL TODAY 813 886-7151 special student discounts on exams and

25 Model Carol 25 Movie pooch EST A- BABYSITTER all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD.

26 Wild carrot 26 Wit's bit TEALS BOOTS 375-8967 HELP FLORIDA'S 377-0881. 4-30-75-15

33 City on the 27 Sonic start BATHES SAINT Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. CHILDREN
Look Your Best Everydayl)
Katun River 28 Picasso prop Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13 Professional
ARBOR.AMEND.ADSANON.ABACA.PLAV Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for
34 Himalayan 29 Helen Hayes CounselorsInvestigatorsPositions
lives here Paying $125 to persons infected/ cuts, available throughout Info about the PERMANENT removal of
mythical figure
35 Once aroundthe 30 M.I.T. grads LON INEPT RE DS crapes, or other injuries to be on antibiotic North-Central Fla. Dept. of Health and unwanted facial ft body hair 374.4307,

track 31 Have dibs on .IE S T E R. CARROT study. Blood test required. Call 331- Rehab Services seeking professionallevel STUDY IN ISRAEL, informational meeting
1-31-17-13
37 "- a boy!" 32 Kind of scout BAS T E. MOO T S .. 5379. staff for children's BA/BS social services.Entry and. on programs, credit, cost, scholarships,

38 Tibet's' capital 36 Hammer head AFTERSHAVE.OAST FUNDRAISER ON CAMPUSI your fraternity positions require degree 2/12/90. 4-5 p m., 471 Grinter, 392.9247
one year prof. soc. serv., nursing, or law
Interested in earn-
club
40 Ripen, asCheddar 38 A.k.a. TheCowardly .IT AX I DANCER Sorority or Salaries start at $18,300,
S T E R ing $$$ for a one-week on campus enforce exp. Wanted: Paul McCartney tix Atlanta Omni
Lion SEA N. ODIN MAT T E marketing project? You must be well organized negotiable based on experience. Excel -Will pay $$$Feb. 17 show Sat.call Mike
41 Before plan or IRK S .IL AME P L E AIS and hard working. Call Lisa G., or lent benefits' Contact Recruitment 1000 anytime at 395.8200. Leave msg
NE 16 Ave Bldg J, Gainesville FI 32609.
program Myra at ((800)) 592-2121 2-7-1-13
42 Near East ketch 1/31/90/ / 9043365066. EEO/AA/VP Employer, $STUDENTS GET CASH$

43 Selassie Fundraising Specialists: 6wk train prog, For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
45 Robert Penn 1 ft/pt, pleasant ph. voice, comm. during Earn cash $4 to $7 per/hr potting roses. 372.1226.211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Cen-
training w/ mgmt start sal. (opt.) 373- Extra hard and dirty work. Taggers earn tral City. 43075.15
Warren 1946
Call for Into 3322246.
15 2313,9-3 M-F. 2-12-10-13 $3.75 per/hr. now
novel SAVE ON RAYBANS

49 "- the fieldswe Scorekeepers needed for Intramural bas Architecture student w/draftmg skills University Opticians

go..." ketball Immediately. Call 392-0581 or needed to draw conceptual plans for redevelopment 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480
50 Pockets after for by UF 371-7777 411 NW15St.
Come by room 214 of the Florida Gym
2-6-5-13 dell sandwich
taxes details. 2-5-5-13 MEAL DEAL $2.89 special
234 wfree 16oz drink. BAGELS UNLIMITED
51 He has his
1620 W Univ. Open 7am to 7pm. 2-9-13-

53 pride Re followers 2927 121 1 31 1 MARIE S.

55 River In Zaire If you were at Confetti's In Ft. Lauderdale.
59 Handy man 33 OAKS MALL 1 10 $2.S Add OAH.Y' TWI-UTE SHOW, on New Year's Eve, please call Karen 332-

62 Sheltered OAKS MALL 530SHtWBIBH' ROAD !..... .*a"...9 6577.
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64 Representative 42 331-8818. ",SlOt OAKS MAll I 331-8118 ADJACENT MALI | WEARABLE ART

65 News 47 WAR Of TW MOSES (*} IN OAKS PI I/A Sunday Feb. 4th :00.5:00: :

66 Artist Calder, to 1:30, (S.M 0 12 501|. ?.JO. I SSINimNAL Leonardo's Bagelvllle
friends 59 AFFAIRS (M) BORN ON THE 1245 W. University 225.15
1:45.(5.110: ( 12501.745.) : 10.U FOURTH OF JULY (R) ?

67 Writer'sconcern 55 56 161 TANGO k CASH (R) 1:15.: ((41501250): ), 7:15: 10:15oouwm.'toff.otC : 'Life's a gamble said Pete.
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1M 2 ( ) ( ;) 1:45: (StS: 0 12.50)), 74: $, 1015: Pete Rose Thurs. Feb. 1st 8pm O'Dome.It's .

DOWN LAZE ,In STIlL MAGNOLIAS (Pf 1 J) Free. 13131S

1 Castle ditch 1.00, 10.)( 145.: ((5009 12.50)), 730.955:
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3 Algonquian 145.: ((9::IS 0 $12901.730.I( 200.: ((5.30s $2.SO), 7:45: 9.55 All warmup suits on sale now featuring

4 Guidance, 1:50.: (ISO: .uR50001.7.45, .55 Nike, Adidas, Head, Le Coq Sportif &
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Time Shown For .Monday Thru Thursday tops 12.88 ea. Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504

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Ski I I moved to the Frederick Apts What a treatment 28 years exp Dr. J. Beckum sorority 1/25 392.3441 local 26 brown leather collar Lost 1/24 in Castle
3ni $289
Jamaica
Bahamas 3m $189, Tanning Booth on
West 3mi39 great place to liveMi Lets be neighbors optometrist 917' W Univ Ave. 376.1268. Gate Trailer Park. $100 Reward. Please
Snowshoe WV 3m $169, Key 2.1.3.20Found 1
call 3323613. 1 1.31.1.20Found 1
They have I and 2 bdrs Avail Now W/
$ Extra nts avail. $39 holds your spot' short term leases. Call them at 3727555or NEED CASH? Call the cash HOTLINE
Breakaway Tours 3776369. 2.16.18.15SCUBA stop by (Close To Campus) 1130 SW 371,-GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHING! Puntos Partida textbook in Little : Wallet belonging to Alice Shu. Call
CLASSES 16th Ave. Can't t wait to see you. Hall on 1/23/ 395.7918. 213.20 Linda at 3959536. 2.2-3.20
Richard Sell me your class rings & broken chains
Finish, in l time for Spring Brk. we pay more for jewelry In good shape. FOUND' Engagement ring in Central City FOUND: grey manx kitten in Jennings
Begin, Feb 5 on 13th. Water World 720 NW NEW BIKINIS Best Jewelry & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. Friday night. Jan 26 Call 3734639. 2.2. area, is going to G'ville Animal Shelter Jan
3 ST 3772822. 2.1.5.15FREE 371-4367. 2-5-5-16 3.20 26. Call 336.2333. 2.-3.20'
arriving daily! New looks from Raisins,
SELF DEFENSE for UF students. Gotcha, California Proline & Ipanema that
staff faculty 5 30 pm 7.00 pm. T Th-F will turn some headsl) Lloyd Clarke Sports 17 NOTICES I
Florida Gym basement 2.1.5.15_ 1504 NW 13 St 3727836 21315 Know
Drid You) ( )
HAND CRAFTED JEWELRY Chief Engineer on Norwegian Ship wants PREVIEW
Sunday Feb. 4th 1.00.5.00 to have Pen PALS, Preferably females Applications available in 129 Tigert Hall.
Leonardo Bagelville Write to The deadline for applications is Friday,
'245 W. University 2.2.5-'15_ G J Sampson, P.O.Box 65,'1241, Miami Feb. 2.430pm, 2.2.5.17
FL 33265-1214. 22415

Sunday MEXICAN Feb HAMMOCKS 4th 1 .00.500 IFC 18 RIDES Student Health Services (the Infirmary)

Leonardo Bagelville TRAVEL GROUP, offers total Health Care to all students. Each
1245 W. University 22515' 45 r/t/ Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w/ 4 yrs. ol
Cancun $299 .00. Jamaica $299 minimal health fee that
student a
weekly Frl s/Sun bus trips Pets ok pkg pays
-renms sweat pants 40% off!; all t shirts ***MARDI GRAS $189 *** trantported GMG trans 336.7026 ((305)) him/her/ to unlimited consultations.
Climb Aboard The Party ol Life entitles
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10*,. off most tennis' rackets B4 U buy or 800.783.2262JOin minimal fee to cover costs. Medical
mail I order, come to EZ Tennis U
even must save with' usi' 34th St Plaza 372 ACTS Thur 2/1 Reitz B.70 to discus\ Keepers? attention is available on a walk-in basis
current issues facing Christians today If you find something, you can place a
257 2.2-5.I 15_ 6.59 p.m Refreshments' 491' -3475 FREE ad in this section, Be kind to someone from 8-8 M-F and 12-4 Sat. & Sun. or by
(beeper) 21215 who lost what you found Call 373
Al, racquetball rackets 30% olfl When others FIND. calling 392-1161 after hours.To .
low, EZ Tennis will go lower. Give
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Z Tennis' our goal is to sell lower. than SWITCHBOARD 8803. 1-3'.5-20 calling 392-1161 and are usually available in
anyone B 4 U bull check us out 372 2257 332.0700, 24 Hrs Info/Referral
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days.
Aerobic wear is still 50% off! tights, tops, Student Loans A Financial Aid.No one refused Adam 395.8737. 2..3.f 1 :!
D'>,efs great prices on aerobic shoes also ( with good collateral. EZ terms Best
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Jewelry a Loan 371-6EMS 25516'
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GUNS! GUNS! GUNSI TOP CASH FOR GOLD silver.diamonds, state rabies tag, found. at corner of ,13th & r _.Sponiored ly Student Heolth ServICes and TIle Student Health' Outreach Team- 1
Univ call ID. 335 6118
1600 Gun Inventory to Iv. msg. or 377.
New used broken. Best
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stock 9534 before 9 am. 2.2.3.20
Over 500 handguns in NW Ave
& Loan 523 3rd 371-4367
Buy, Sell, Trade, or Repair I
Reloading, Supplies 466.3340 CHECK CASHING no ID required FREE ,
Harry Beckwith, Gun Dealer MONEY ORDERS. Best Jewelry & Loan WALT m'1'S n gQ By Doyle tSttriMcky
8 mi south 01 Gainesville on 441 523 NW 3rd Ave 371-4367' 25516'
Also-Indoor pistol range
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*:: $5 WILD HAIRCUT HAIR :: Graves named to football's Hall % I

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: $20 PERM
: team.He played in the Orange Sugar and Rose Bowl
374.86d7 7 days Alligator Staff Report
ir Open 49It
TM Gator Plaza Unlv & 13th 51 ir games. He served 13 years on Bobby Dodd's staff at
............... .. .. .. .. .. .. Former UF head football coach Ray Graves has Georgia Tech, and as defensive coordinator there,
rI ------- -- ----------" been named to the National Football Foundation's was credited with starting the "Monster Defense"now
College Football Hall of Fame for 1990. known as the free safety and strong safety
I 10% off all Software 1I I II Graves is the only coach among the 12 men who alignment.

will be formally inducted into the College Football "I am honored and it is absolutely one of the
I IBM Compatibles Atari I II Hall of Fame's Class of 1990 on Dec. 4 in New York greatestthrills of my life to be inducted into this select

I Commodore Amiga I II City. He also will, be honored at a Gators home college football group," Graves said. "It comes as a
football game in 1990. "
I Hardware, Software, & Accessories I Graves was 70-314() from 1960-69 as the Gators' complete surprise.
head coach with of 68.6. His "I'm excited that Coach Graves is receiving this
a winning percentage
[The Computer[ ConnEction J AUTHORIZED 1 II teams played in five bowl games, winning four of deserved recognition," Spurrier said."He has been a
I 1:1 COMMODORE I them. His decade saw UF produce three ninevictoryseasons major influence on my career as a player and as a
I : 102 N w 75th Street Suit c SERVICE CENTER I 12 first-team All-Americans and Heisman coach. I think it is appropriate that he is being
Gainesville I FL 32607 inducted and I'm thrilled for him and his family."
? winner Steve coach of the
I Tower Pl ,i.((904))332-S209 fCollege expires I Trophy Spurrier, now
1/31/90 Gators.A Graves is only the third UF representative in this
-----M deal Near m m sea on-m 101101 m 00110 m sea sea New MWE 10011
native of Knoxville, Tenn., Graves was a three- prestigious honor group, joining All-American Dale
year starter for Tennessee and captain of the 1941 VanSickle and Spurrier in that select organization. *

of Liberal Arts & Sciences
Student CouncilCLASS BRENNALTfrom ured she would have a season like sell yourself to the judges that wins
page 16 this. She's always been able to you all-around titles.
excel because she believes in her "
(Former All-American) Melissa
continued working out and never self. Karen's a ham and she's got
(Miller) was a champ at it.
stopped. Gymnastics comes so to be loving this.
much easier And I in She knew exactly what to do to win
C now. come
Weaver added that it's becauseof and I think Karen is learning
to in
every day practice a good her warm personality that quickly."
"
frame of mind. judges have been giving her spe-

MEETING TODAY Brennalt's former coach, John cial attention lately.She said a ma- Weaver said the only way Brenn
Locurto, who runs the Interna- jority of a gymnast's performanceis
alt can continue to be successful is
tional School of Gymnastics in showmanship and that was
Wed., Jan. 31, at 5:10: pm in McCarty Hall 3108 Coral Springs, said he never had a something Brennalt needed to if avoids she perfects trying to what do she the can things do and she

doubt she would one day be a big work on."She can't do.'his.
success on the collegiate level. In
Seats open for Feb. 14 Elections151UF,1523UF,15LS had to listen to me on that
fact,Locurto said he was surprisedshe
one," Weaver said. "She used to is extremely late in her
didn't realize her potentialuntil
1 her senior perform with tape on her ankles career to do what she's doing,"
year. and legs, but this year she's wear- Weaver said."Usually,I can't bring
Pres., Vice Pres., Secretary, Treasury "When she competed for me, ing no tape, so you can see some that out in a senior. She does have
she was a real go-getter," said beauty in the leg and that helps. limits,but if she never does thing
Interested students should Locurto, who began training To me, it's all showmanship. You more than what's she's done already
Brennalt when she was 12. "I fig- have to have tricks but it's how you she's done fantastic. ,
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I roughs up UF, 57-44 Lady Gators se: I

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slow-down offense to perfection to build a 20-12() lend:! with
Alligator Staff Report MercerBy
nine minutes left in the first half. Freshman Stacey Poole against
The losses continued to mount for the I'F' basketball team got the Gators going early by scoring six of (their first eight
Tuesday night as the Gatrrs dropped their fifth consecutive points.
Southeastern Conference game, 57-44 to Alabama, in Tusca- But Alabama went to a full-court press and forced the GREGG DOYEL
loosa, Ala. Gators into nine first-half turnovers. The turnovers, com Alligator Writer
The Crimson Tide used a 24-6 run in the last nine minutesof bined with the play of Cheatum, staked the Crimson Tide to Don't suggest to UF women's basketball coac.1:! I
the first half to finish off the Gators, and the main weapon a lead they never relinquished.The Whitmire that tonight's game at Mercer is a mt-x t
for Alabama was 6-foot-8 forward Melvin Cheatum. Cheatum Tide climbs into first place in the league with a 15-4 stop, a break in the schedule for her Lady Gators t It<, I
scored 19 first half points in route to a game-high 23 points. overall record, 6-3 in the conference. The Gators drop to their breath after three consecutive Southeaster
The Gators came out hot at the start of game, running a 61027. ference games.
"They (the players) are not taking Mercer light:
I Brennalt takes roleAfter said. "We're 10-8() not 18-0, and that makes a difle-
a leadership i We'll take it seriously."

Whether the fifth-year coach wants to admit i

a shaky start tonight's game with the Teddy Bears provides 11
a golden opportunity to halt a two-game losing( .(
41 Mercer, 5-11, returns just two starters from last "
she's now in chargeBy 13-15 squad.
And Whitmire wants no repeat of last year's u,,;
RON KASPRISKE The Teddy Bears came to Gainesville with a >.
Alligator Writer record,Whitmire said, and nearly shocked UF Th :
Gators managed to pull out a 70-68() victory.
UF gymnastics coach Ernestine
Whitmire said Mercer lost their best .
Although ,,p'>
Weaver used to cringe when Karen
Brennalt would begin to perform her from a year ago, she said center Andrea Congreave
routine in meets. stepped in and done the job for the Teddy Bears

No matter how many times the two "They've got a very good inside player (Congreav
would go over the young gymnast'sfloor Whitmire said, "and we've got to make sure that we
routine in practice, Brennalt care of that.
would always try to slip something new 1 KILI The 6-foot-O( Congreaves heads the Teddy Bea'
into her performances during meets. tack, scoring at a 15-point clip while pulling down 1

The results weren't always pretty, rebounds a game.
and consequently, Weaver didn't give And though Mercer has no other player scomn-
much thought to Brennalt as a team double figures, Whitmire said the Teddy Bears ar-
leader a purely one-dimensional team.
But all that changed over the sum- "They've got some shooters, and anytime you coral
mer when Brennalt went with Weaverto some outside shooters with a tough inside player',
teach a camp. The two spent many something we have to be conscious of," she said
hours talking and Weaver said she not going to be as easy as their record would meiu,
thought she really made her maverick I UF also enjoys a balanced attack, spearheaded h\
gymnast understand what she would inside-outside combination of juniors S< '
have to do to be successful. i I Witherspoon and Rhvonja Smith. Witherspoon aver>
Those long talks gave the 5-foot-4 I 16.6 points a game, most coming from the perimeu'
senior all the guidance she needed. +I on drives to the hoop, while Smith contributes 16.4 pt,
Brennalt has assumed a leadership role d from the inside. Sophomore center Erika Lang add--
on the team this season while collectingthe points a game.
all-around title in the Gators' first The Lady Gators owe much of that balance to -
two meets. point guard Camille Ratledge. Ratledge, leading UH
Brennalt won the all-around title in }, in assists with 9.5 a game, needs only 18 to become
the season-opener three-way meet SEC's all-time leader in that category.The .
between UF, Iowa and Georgia College Lady Gators also possess a balance on the h,
collecting 37.35 points out of a pos- converting that balance into the ninth-best reboot
sible 40 from the judges. The senior numbers in the country, led by Smith's 8.3 a game i iLaTonya t.
then followed that performance one McGhee and Casandra Washington ach week later by winning the all-around *g .a under seven a game, and Lang grabs 5.9.
title again with a 38.15 score in a dual-
meet against Kentucky. Women netters
She also had her best performance
m the balance beam event against Ken-

tucky, receiving a 9.65 score. perfect vs. Rolliiv
All of this from a person who com-
peted for the all-around title just four
times last year and had never won the Alligator Staff Report

competition."For The UF women's tennis team remained p'"
Karen to do what she's doing is through three matches against state opponents Tut-
fantastic," said Weaver, who used after sweeping Rollins 9-0.

Brennalt mainly in the vault, her best Karen Brennalt has taken over as the leader of the UF SUZETTE gymnastics COOK-ALLIGATOR squad. No UF player has dropped a set in 27 matches pi
event. "But it's only two weeks old. If in its three-team dual meets. Rollins'record drops n
that works for her all the way throughthe need one, her sudden rise to success Brennalt said she lost eight pounds
season that's great. But she's got a has lifted the spirits of many of her while trying to perfect her aggressive Without two of their top three singles players
third-ranked Lady Gators lost a total of 17 games agam'
long way to go. teammates. style, and gymnastics is coming much
Brennalt's step into the limelight "She's always had potential," team easier to her. Tricks that once were the Lady Tars an average of less than two game
match. UF recorded nine love sets in overwhem!
couldn't have come at a better time for mate Kim Day said. "She's an amazing difficult to perform now seem easy.
Rollins, which is ranked llth in the South Region
the Gators, who lost their top returning gymnast. When (All-Americans) Me- "Practice has been going real well
gymnast to a season-ending injury one lissa Miller and Janice Kerr were here, and my consistency is getting a lot Lady Gators junior Nicole Arendt, ranked fifth
week before the season started. All- she never got that chance to be a leader. better," Brennalt said. "So I know I'm country,led UF by defeating Rollins' Lauren Shiplev
American Janice Kerr, who tore the Now she has a chance and is very going to do well in meets. I really felt 6-2 at the No.1 1 singles spot.
Achilles tendon in her left leg, was capable. bad for Janice, but in the same sphere, UF will take its unblemished record to Miami n"
going; : to be the team's leader, but her "She's very motivated. She continuesto I knew I was going to have to work twiceas duel against the nation's 15th-ranked team on Sarurna
injury left the Gators scrambling to try try to make herself better." hard. In other tennis news, the Lady Gators received 'hi
to make up for the loss of their best Brennalt said listening to her coach "But the real difference for me was second seed at the Intercollegiate National Indoor Tpan
c gymnast. this summer while training on her own this past summer," Brennalt said. "I Championship, to be held March 1.4 in Madison W"'
And while Brennalt downplays her made a big difference in how she is UF received the No. 2 spot ahead of second-ran<
Brennalt
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role as! a team leader, saying it doesn't approaching the sport this year, page UClAau,1.ATOR