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I Scholarship service under federal investigationBy I



CHRISTY HARRIS Academic Council on Financial Assistance blamed for someone else's mistake." research the company does themselves."It's .
Alligator WriterA sent letters to students across the coun- Even if the company is just a victim of bad a time-consuming process,"" she said.
try, asking them to send $60 in return for publicity, a student protection group direc- "We're always adding and deleting namesto
scholarship-finding service that sent information about scholarships of at least tor at Villanova University in Pennsylvaniasaid ( the listDieball )."
letters to many UF students this semesteris $300. he issued a warning to students there said she wasn't sure how many
under investigation by the U.S. Postal But a company representative said Tues- about the Academic Council. students had received scholarships because
Service and the Federal Trade Commission, day it wasn't being investigated,just a victimof Adolph Butkys, National Student Con- they don't often send back the enclosed
a UF financial aid official said. bad publicity. sumer Protection Council executive direc- pre-addressed, stamped response cards.
"It appears to be highly suspect," said "We're not under investigation in any tor, said students should be wary of a The deadline to send in applications was
Gordon Andrews, Student Financial Affairs way" said Susan Dieball, Academic company that charges $60 for its services."If Jan. 31.She .
assistant director."Be aware that the federal Council's department supervisor. "We've there's any fee, that's not legitimate," said her company matches applicantswith
government is investigating it for fraudulentuse had a lot of negative publicity. Actually, it's Butkys said. "Anything over $50 is suspi- scholarships from private organizasee -
of the mail." been a lot of name-calling.We're getting bad cious. There should be no charge."
Money, 4
The company being investigated the flack from other services. We're getting Dieball said the processing fee pays for page



City candidates I Rose asks public to forget 89 I I


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By RON KASPRISKE
discuss prioritiesBy Alligator Writer

Like a stand-up comedian trying to d'
BLAKE FONTENAY win over a crowd, Pete Rose used
Alligator Writer jokes, stories and insults to get a

The six candidates vying for two seats on the Gainesville standing ovation from the 2,000 peo-
that listened to him at the
City Commission got a chance to discuss key issues at an ple speak
open forum Thursday, but they had to do it rather quickly. O'Connell Center Thursday night.
The candidates only had one minute to make opening Rose, Major League Baseball's all
statements and a minute to respond to each question from time hit leader, also wished former
the audience during the one-hour forum sponsored by the UF tailback Emmitt Smith the best t
League of Women Voters of Alachua CountyGainesville.Some of luck as he tries to enter the NFL,
of the candidates complained after the forum that and thanked the Gators for sendingthe
they only had enough time to talk about the city's problemson NFL's Cincinnati Bengals former
a superficial level.MayorCommissioner. UF wide receiver Cris Collinsworth.The .
Cynthia Chestnut, who is runningfor former Major League player
the District 2 seat, ran out of time as she tried to explainher and manager of the Cincinnati Reds
goals during opening remarks. When forum moderator gave a half-hour monologue on his
Jean Chalmers told her that candidates would have two trials and tribulations, and then
minutes to make closing remarks, Chestnut wasn't reas- opened the floor up for some ques-
sured. tions from the crowd.

"Although my background is in speech training, I don't The only thing Rose didn't have to
know that I can talk that fast," Chestnut said. talk to the O'Connell Center crowd
The candidates expressed many concerns about the city's about was the gambling problem that
needs, but most were cut short before they could explain led to his lifetime suspension from
specific solutions. They used their two-minute closing state professional baseball Aug. 24.
ments to talk about their top priorities. Rose told the audience that he
Michael Murphy, a UF student who's an adjunct memberof "wasn't gonna talk about 1989 (the
the city's Regional Transit System Advisory Board,called year he was charged with illegal gambling Fa 4
for greater student involvement in local government. ), because I'm not gonna waste
"People say that this community will be passed along to your time."
the next generation well, I'm part of that generation," "It's been a long time since I spoketo KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
Murphy said. "I'm a representative of the children your anybody," added the Tampa area Pete Rose, baseball's all-time hit leader, speaks to an O'Connell
children." resident. Center crowd of about 2,000 people Thursday night. Rose was banned
Craig Hedgecock, a consulting engineer and part-time UF Rose was banned by late Baseball from baseball In 1989 after he admitted to gambling on baseball gameson
professor, said improving infrastructure was important to Commissioner A. Bartlett Giamattifor the Cincinnati Reds and other ference and would probably have to
ensure the city's future economic development."What admitting to gambling on football baseball games. "duck the press" on the issue today.
I want is to allow my children the opportunity for games. Rose can petition for rein- "That's a closed issue as far as I'm
Gioiosa made that statement
employment in Alachua County if they so choose so I statement Aug.24,but said in a press
won't have to see them only at Christmastime," Hedgecocksaid. conference before his speaking en- Thursday before being sentenced to
gagement that he was in no hurry. "I'm asking people to five years in prison for dealing drugs

W.E. "Mac" McEachern, a retired Southern Bell techni- "I'm going on with my life," Rose give me time to clean and tax cheating by U.S. District
Court Judge Arthur Spiegel, who de-
cian and former city commissioner, took the opportunity to said. "I'm not worried about getting "
voice his opposition to a proposed 1-cent sales tax increase back into baseball) I'm asking peopleto my act up. nied Gioiosa's request to remain free
that citizens will vote on during the March 13 city elections."I give me time to clean my act up.I '. on bond pending appeal.
do oppose the local option sales tax increase," McE- I probably won't get to accomplish -Pete Rose "Pete Rose bet on baseball and
achern said."There should be more money put in the streets anything else in baseball."I Baseball's hit leader also on the Cincinnati Reds,"Gioiosa
and less in the suites. We need leadership, not a tax never look at my odds of being said in a television interview before
increase." reinstated. Ill get reinstated with the concerned," Rose said. "I. can't stand his sentencing. "I've witnessed, I've
Tom McKnew, a realtor and former city planning board things I do off the field just like I got here and prove that I didn't bet, sat in his office and watched him bet
member,called for increased police foot patrols,better street suspended. because honestly, you can't prove a on baseball games, including the
lighting and selective rezoning to reduce crime. Rose also denied at the news con- negative. If something didn't happen" Reds and many other teams."
"McKnew ference accusation that his former how can I prove it didn't happen?
"Every year, the problem is going to get worse, an
said. close friend Tommy Gioiosa made Rose said he was unaware of what United Press International contributed -
earlier in the day that Rose gambled Gioiosa had said until the news con- to this report.II .

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G Man calls police, gets arrestedA charges, she said.

Gainesville man who called police after a woman Q Vagrants beaten in robbery attemptTwo

threatened him with a butcher knife Monday is in the Gainesville vagrants were beaten Tuesday night

Alachua County jail, Gainesville police said. during a robbery attempt on the southeast corner of East 0a
James Lee Norman and an unidentified woman wentto University Avenue, Gainesville police said. 'ForeignN
632 NW 12th St. at about 8:30: p.m. to buy crack Michael Ernest Heindman, 26, and Angela Denise

cocaine, police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Jackson, 30, told police an unidentified man walked up LAST CHANCE!
Norman thought the woman went inside to buy the to them on the Southeast corner of 1341 E. UniversityAve.

drugs, but instead she came out with a butcher knife, and asked them to light his cigarette, Gainesville -
took $75 from him and went back inside. police spokeswoman Lt Sadie Darnell said. The man DomesticAlternators
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Norman went home and called the police, but when then asked for money,and punched Heindman and Jack- .
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they went to the house on 12th Street, the woman was son in the face. Neither person had any money, so the CALL 7 WAY
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gone,Darnell said. However,police arrested Norman for man left. err.

previous aggravated battery and cocaine possession MIKE BRUSCELL "
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SOUTH PAWS ISLAM .*12S '

partner needed: The UP Folk 1738 W. University Ave., $3 for Sailing away: The UF Sail Team STEAMBOAT ***'1O1'
Dancers practice tonight at 8 in the adults, $1 for children. Call 378- will host the 1st Annual Florida FORT LAUDERDALE 8132'
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Norman Hall Gym. Call 3783883. 9079. Winter Invitation boat races Saturday
Ping pong: The Table Tennis Happy hour: The Transfer Ac- at 10 at the North Lake HILTON HEAD ISLAM ..8127"CORPUS

Club meets Saturday at 4 in Norman tivities Council meets for happy Wauburg. Call Rob at 373-1566. CHRISTI! N-

Hall Gym. Call Nader at 336-8796. hour at the Orange & Brew tonightat Brothers: The Alpha Kappa Psi MUSTANG ISLAM a.n 99'
SASA: Andax Mobulla will speak 7. Call 376-1757. Big Brother/Little Brother Party is StartersDiscount
DONT WAIT TIL ITS TOO LATE
about his archaeological research at Fellowship: Intervarsity Christian tonight at the Regency Oaks Club CALL TOLl Ffff TODAY
the Students in African Studies Association Fellowship meets tonight at 7 in House. Brothers should be there at 1-800-321-5911 Prices

meeting today at 4:30: in Reitz Union Room 349. Call 376-. 8, pledges at 9. As Low As $19.95
Grinter Hall Room 476. Call 392- 3167. Cultural dance: The RepublicDay

2183. Awareness: The Alachua County cultural dance, sponsored by W

Club 214: Club 214 meets tonightat Equal Opportunity Office will spon- the India Club is Saturday at 6:30: at a FREE ELECTRICAL CHECKS

the Purple Porpoise, 1728 W. sor a Handicap Awareness Shands Auditorium. Call Raj at 378- With PurchaseAAMAC
University Ave. Call the UF Workshop on Section 504 of the 1973 9321. Depending on break dates inn length of stay
Veterans' Affairs Office at 392-1261. Rehabilitation Act Feb. 23 at 8:45: in Parler sans peur: Les Bons

Pre-legal picnic: The Pre-Legal the Doyle Conner Building, 1911 Vivants meets today at 5 at the
Honorary Society will have a picnicat S.W. 34th St. Call 374-5275 or 374- Orange & Brew. Call 395-8690.

Lake Wauburg Sunday at 2. Call 5284. Graduates: The Black Graduate AlligatorAdvertising
Eric at 3754119.On Dinner: The B'nai B'rith Hillel Student Organization meets tonightat

top of spaghetti: The Jayceeswill Foundation 16 N.W. 18th St., will 6 in the Reitz Union rooms 362- 378-7676

sponsor the St. Francis House hold Shabbat services, followed by 363. Undergraduates are encouraged
Benefit Spaghetti Dinner Sunday at dinner tonight at 7. To make reservations to attend. Call 373-8993. 508 NW 8th Ave.

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J Cable thefts foundat Willis suspect appears in court {t j}[j



two fraternities Judge orders appointment of public defender for Albritton

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Alligator Writer Writer llra14
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Anew law requiring cable TV companies to limit broadcast Alexander M. Albritton, the 16- e
interference from their stations also is forcing companies to year-old Gainesville youth chargedin
get tough on cable thieves, Cox Cable general manager said. connection with the killing of aUF
graduate Jan. 17, will be tried as an
Beginning July 1, cable companies must limit total signal adult, Chief Assistant State Attorney ,
leakage in their service area to prevent interference with
John Carlin said Thursday
aircraft and television transmissions, Cox Cable plant man- A !JJ ff I
Ken Williams said. "I don't think there is much ques- I
ager By checking for these leaks, com-
tion that he will be tried in
also homes that felony
panies are finding receive cable without
paying for it, he said. court as an adult," Carlin said. "It is
our intention to try him as an adult."
Cox Cable employees have found illegal cable connectionsat
But the final decision whether
the Tau Epsilon Phi and Delta Chi fraternity houses and on
Albritton will be tried adult is
a Diamond Village apartment in the past few days, UF police as an
j' up to the judge who oversees the
spokeswoman Angie Tipton said.
I grand jury, he said. Carlin said he
Both fraternities had several cable outlets in their houses
expects a grand jury to return a \
I that weren't paid for, Tipton said. A Cox Cable employee first-degree murder indictment
found 17 illegal connections to one rented outlet Monday at
within the next two weeks.
the TEP house. The company disconnected all service to
the house and police are continuing the investigation, she Albritton is charged with killing
Ronald Worth Willis, 21, behind the
said.At I Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity house during
I, the Delta Chi house,a sworn complaint was filed against a robbery attempt Jan. 17 Paul

fraternity president Farrell Rogers after about 20 illegal Lenard Jones, 19, is also being heldin
connections were found, Tipton said. connection with the shooting, and

Students should take cable theft seriously, Tipton said. two other suspects have been ques- 4 r.
Theft of cable services in Florida is a second-degree misdemeanor tioned in the case, Carlin said.

I punishable by up to 60 days in jail. Thursday, at the suspect's first

"Since we've had three cases this quickly, I think it's appearance since being charged

important that people on campus know it is a crime and they with second-degree murder, Al- KEVIN WISNIEWSKI I ALLIGATOR

can face charges," Darnell said. achua County Judge Aymer "Buck" Alexander M. Albritton, 16, of Gainesville, appeared Thursday morning
i The company uses a signal leakage detector in one of its Curtain ordered a public defender be before County Judge Aymer L. Curtin. Albritton is charged in connection
vans that patrols Gainesville for signal leaks. If tampered appointed to represent Albritton. with the murder of former UF student Ronald Worth Willis.
cable equipment is the cause of the leaks, the company calls Public Defender Randi Robbins,
the police. who represented Albritton at Albritton seemed confident dur- his picture. He was moved Wednes-
day to the jail from the county
county
Cox Cable General Manager Joseph Brewster was ada- Thursday's hearing, said Albritton, ing his first appearance, smiling juvenile detention center and is I
mant about the situation."Iftheres will be appointed a permanent public when a friend flashed a"thumbsup"sign held $250,000 bond.
: evidence of tampering, and the evidence is defender within the next two days. and after a photographer being on

very clear, they will be reported to the police."


I Honor students prefer Florida schools Suspect connection arrestedin with



By RONALD DUPONT JR.

Alligator WriterIn Top 20 SCHOOLS ATTENDED BY FLORIDA'S campus burglariesBy

a continuing trend,more Florida high
school honor students are staying in the HONOR STUDENTS MIKE BRUSCELL
state to attend college than those who
decide to leave Florida, a study shows.In Alligator Writer

fact, the only out-of-state school to 1989 Rank College/University/ 1988 Rank 1987 Rank UF police arrested a 21-year-old Gainesvilleman
even rank in the top five choices of they believe stole more than $1,300 of
Florida's high school honor students is property from several campus locations, UF
Duke University, and it is tied for fifth 1 University of Florida 1 1 police spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. Police
place with the University of Central Flor 2 Florida State University 2 2 \ believe the man may also be linked to three

ida. Rankings are based on a study con 3 University of South Florida 3 7 burglaries on Fraternity Row.

ducted by the Board of Regents, the 4 University of Miami 4 5 Floyd Russell Hill, 3190 SE 20th Ave., was
13-member panel that oversees the state's 5 Duke University 5 4 arrested at about 9 p.m. at Phoenix Apartmentson

nine universities. 5 University of Central Florida 8 9 Northwest 15th Street, Tipton said. Police
UF is ranked first, with three times as 7 Georgia Institute of Technology 7 8 believe that Hill stole jewelry, a car stereo anda
many honor students opting to attend than camera over the past few months from loca-
second-ranked Florida State University. 8 Massachusetts Institute 13 14 tions at Hume Hall, Mallory Hall, Fine Arts

Interim UF Provost Gene Hemp cred- 9, Harvard University 13 6 Building C and Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. UF
ited UFs high ranking to the academic 10 Florida International University 9 NR police have arrested Hill\ for burglary before,

lure it has on honor students."It 10 Florida Southern College NR NR she said.

is the overall reputation of the uni- 12 Florida A&M University 6 3 "It appears he knows his way around campus,
versity that attracts them," Hemp said. 12 University of Pennsylvania 17 9 and he knows that students aren't the best at

The honor students have the opportunityto 12 University of Virginia 13 NR securing their property," Tipton said. "It ap-

go" to many first-class places but chooseus. 15 Yale University 17 12 pears he's been successful."

16 Columbia University NR 17 About $310 of the stolen property was recov-
The Regents conducted the survey by 10 11 ered from local pawnshops, leading police to
16 Emory University
interviewing parents of nearly 1,500 top Hill, Tipton said.
NR
NR
Notre Dame
school graduates. Those students 16
high
Police are still investigating Hill's possible
included ones who scored in the top 2 16 Rensselaer Polytechnic NR NR
weeks at the
involvement in burglaries two ago
percent of the Scholastic Aptitude Test, 20 California Institute NR NR
Delta Chi, Kappa Alpha and Pi Kappa Phi fra-
who were members of honor societies and 20 Amherst College NR NR ternity houses. Fraternity members reportedmore

who were high-scoring minorities.The than $2,700 of property including money,

most influential factor in choosinga Ranked under the top 10 that year credit cards and jewelry stolen within a two to
college was the "school's general aca- three hour period, Tipton said.
demic reputation."The second-most Influential
Police believe Hill is a possible suspect be-
factor was fellowships, scholarshipsor
grants offered by the school. age was 53, up from 39 percent in 1986. third place in 1987 to 12th place in 1989. cause of the proximity with the Sigma Phi
FAMU ranked fourth nationally in Epsilon burglary and the number of fraternities
This year's survey results were not the While most Florida schools either But
first to show that most honor students moved up in the rankings or held their recruiting black students in 1989's National burglarized, Tipton said. She added that other

were staying in-state. In 1988, the percent- position, FloridaA&M University fell from Achievement Scholar competition. similarities were being investigated.


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black, greeted them at the door. directly to the lunch counter and sat down. Three of All Day II
"We were determined to turn America around,"said them ordered coffee and the fourth asked for water
Khazan, now 48. "It was a war that was going on. We and a banana. I Friday, Feb. 2 I II
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be free." came an elaborate spread of bacon, scrambled eggs,
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I Vision party fined $50 for distributing illegal flier I


By M.D. CUMELLA burger- not your vote." Hall. Campaign rules allow only The commission dismissed two other
Alligator Writer The commission imposed the banner at each table. Com charges for lack of evidence and postponedtwo
harshest fine allowed by the election S Gone decided the violations complaints until Tuesday's meeting.
The Vision party went too far when it laws for the Vision fliers. relatively minor and im Thursday's penalties bring the total fines for I
accused the rival Today party of trying to Commissioner Steve Berman spring elections posed fines totaling $25.. the election to $147 $22 for Today and t'
buy votes and now it has to pay. said he wanted to send a clear The commission also verbally $125 for Vision. ,
The Student Government Election Com- signal that the flier was dirty 1990 reprimanded each party for Today chairman Ty Adams and Vision ?\
mission fined Vision $50 Thursday for dis- campaigning: breaking some minor rules. Both spokesman Marna Weston both admitted t
tributing a flier that implied the Today party "That flier is offensive," Berman said. "It parties left campaign tables unattended and after the hearing that some of the chargeswere \
was trying to buy student votes by giving implies Today was buying votes." Vision placed some fliers in the computer petty. \
away free hamburgers. Commission chairman Brian Collier ordered science library. SG election laws prohibit all "It's getting kind of silly,"Adams said. I
Today gave away more than 500 hamburg Vision to stop distributing the fliers campaigning In libraries so students won't Weston also said he would take a more
Tuesday near the Reitz Union Colonnade and destroy remaining copies. be disturbed while studying. active role in checking campaign materialin
while party members spoke about the cam Vision also was fined Thursday for post "It's getting petty, but it's a violation," the future.
paign. Wednesday, the Vision party handedout ing too many banners at their campaign Berman said. "We've got to deal with it I "I'm going to try to check everything
fliers that read "Let Today buy your tables at the Reitz Union and Turlington guess." myself from now on."

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I Carlin tickets selling at slow pace Leaders chosen for I


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By by the group it's in," Carlin said. 'I
Writer
I SGP will pay Carlin $30,000 to perform at UF, Homecoming Growl
Accent and Student Government Productions while Accent will pay $10,000 for production expenses ,
.
l least students attend Carlin's .SGP chairman Raul Mateu said. -
hope at 5,000! George Specialconcert out wnat needs to be cone.:'
DEBBIE CENZIPER
in me u Connell Center 10- guest comedian Dennis Blair will By Sniffen, who has worked for the r
night, but so far less than 3,000 tick- open for Carlin,performing for about Alligator Writer Homecoming Committee since 1987, i
ets have been sold. 45 minutes. Florida Blue Key members chosea said he was making this objective his
Most college students only recog- Accent Chairman Rich Brilliant new Gator Growl producer and main goal.Another.
nize him from his role as the tele- said Carlin's controversial material chairman Wednesdaynight
Homecoming in Growl
phone booth time traveler in "Bill & probably won't surprise UF students.Ted's change the tra-
and both said have
they new
dition will be the skits. Growl Pro-
'
Excellent Adventure, Accent "There aren't too many comedians
plans for this year's events.
ducer Brian Guenther said he wantsto
spokesman Steve Beal said. around that aren't dirty," Brilliant
Chairman tone them down.
Carlin, a 51-year-old actor and said. "Carlin's making fun of dirty Homecoming Rob
Sniffen said he wants to involve more "Last Growl wasn't fair he
year's
stand-up comedian, began perform- words and making light of our own
black students in this year's events. said. "Many people were hurt and
ing 25 years ago with material rang vocabulary instead of being vulgar.
ing from the obvious, to the Mateu said he is surprised that Sniffen said he was going to talk offended by it."
controversial, to the philosophical. demand for tickets among Gainesville to black leaders in the communityand State events in the past year may
In 1973 a New York radio station Carlin residents has been low. campus to see what can be doneto provide material for skits instead of
broadcast a Carlin monologue,which "I thought it would have been more Include them in events. He said using jokes at other people's expense
listed seven legally Indecent words, and the Fed- of a fifty-fifty thing," he said. He expects many many black students feel left out of he said.
eral Communication Commission established people will get their tickets today. Homecoming Week."Homecoming "We can be funny without being
stricter standards for prime-time broadcasts. available the is a chance for ev- embarrassing," he said. "I think
Tickets for the 8 p.m. show are at
I Today that list, "an incomplete list of impolite University Box Office and Ticketmaster outlets. eryone to get involved," Sniffen said. that's what we're looking for."
there is bias that blacks not
"If are
words," has increased to 400. Carlin has even They cost' $10 for students and $15.50 for the involved,it's a not fair.We need to find see Growl, page 13
categorized them by meaning. "In case you don't general public.
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to Student Services for finally doing some-

thing about the tense race relations on campus and spon- .
soring the racial awareness retreat in Silver Springs last
weekend. They promise it will become annual. We hope

they mean it because nothing is more beneficial than
being forced to listen every once in a while. iy

DART to Student Government political parties for
charging students to run with them. We know runningfor

office costs a lot of money, but most students are on a
limited budget. We would hope students are ethical

enough not to be influenced by outside pressures like BACK

money. TO USE
Are we saying only the richest students get to run for WONDERW tJ 1100a

government? moNmrajsMW.

We know if qualified students can't afford to pay the r # F0*p SMcatBttL!
fee, party leaders waive it. But what if everyone said they e r,
couldn't pay? Would the parties be forced to waive all
the fees and look elsewhere for funds?
i
Instead of charging students to work hard, why not en-

courage them to raise money as a group to pay for T-
shirts and buttons. That way, ambitious, qualified
students with little money can participate in their own student

government. UF Police just don't understandA

LAUREL to the education report released last week to
the Postsecondary Education Commission warning that militant black rap group who call themselves
Florida's colleges are going to burst if new colleges and N.WA, short for Niggers With Attitudes (they saidit Lowy
concepts aren't created soon by the commission, The not me) has a hot single. It is called "Fthe I tmes
Police," and make no mistake, these guys are talking N THE LEFT LA
Board of Regents and the State Board of Community Col- about making war, not love.

leges. It's surprising these three groups never have UF Police Chief Everett Stevens should keep this was not carrying his I.D.card. Lee sued the universityfor
worked together on a long-range plan for higher educa- popular three word chorus in mind as he grapples discrimination and false arrest, then dropped his
tion. If they actually heed the report's advice, we mightbe with complaints that his officers not only stop black case when the officer was fired and the university
proud of the quality of education the state will offer to students a disproportionate amount of the time, but changed its stop policy to include a full explanationof
our kids. that the handling of this situation has been deplorable. why the student was stopped.
Granted, we must have some patience with the Officers are now required to issue a "stop card"
DART to College of Journalism and CommunicationsDean police force and Mr. Stevens. They are confrontedwith which identifies the officer, explains Duke's policy
Ralph Lowenstein and anyone who wants UF to be a perplexing problem which haunts college cam regarding questioning and gives the phone number
just a research school. The Regents can do whatever they puses and cities nationwide: Blacks commit a higher where the student can call in inquiries or complaints.
want with the nine schools (which are supposed to be percentage of crime than their per capita population, Instead of instituting this kind of affirmative action,
which means that police officers, in Stevens has
investigatingcrimes offered
two laughable improvements:
here for ) but whatever they do tell us first.
us ,are more likely to stop blacks for questioning.But setting up a student advisory board and enrolling\
Now we know why curriculum in the journalism col- Stevens has made mistakes in his commentson officers in a cultural awareness program.The advisory
lege has been cut in the last 10 years. Lowenstein wants the situation and his proposed solutions. The first board should serve Stevens well in appeasing and
his professors to spend their time researching and was his comment, published in the Jan. 29 Alligator, quieting the most vocal blacks, leaving the majority
"It's perfectly constitutional for a police officer to stop subject to unchanged police policies.
publishing to bring prestige to UF and his college. We
you, and you shouldn't mind when he does." Even more amusing is the idea of good ole-boy
wonder how many other colleges this has happened to. What Mr. Stevens has forgotten is that un- cops learning to break-dance to militant rap at the
What kind of image does UF get when a professor periodically reasonable searches and seizures are unconstitution- nearest black cultural center. N.WA should offer to
cancels class to stay home and finish their book? al.Just because a black UF student is one thousands play a free concert at this landmark social occasion.
of people on campus in the vicinity of a crime, that Police officers questioning people in a rap wouldbe
What happens when the professors stop caring and
may not make it reasonable to assume that he is a interesting, especially if they are backed by a
start resenting students because they are taking time prime suspect worthy of stopping.In blasting bass beat. Stevens' force could even form
away from their research? addition, whether or not a person minds being their own rap group, C.W.A (Cops With Attitudes).
We know research is important. That's how you get stopped by a police officer, depends on the mannerin If police officers really investigated current black
money to buy fancy computers and a videotex system. which the officer conducts questioning, which culture, they might be scared into a career switch.
has been
the
primary student complaint
Most Importantly, respect for all citizen's rights is
But don't lead us to believe are here for the under-
you
Three at
Duke
years ago University, black law fundamental to police work, not a special seminar
graduates when you are here for everything else. How student James Lee was stopped by an officer and topic.
about hiring professors that do just research. We know arrested under suspicion of trespassing because he James Lowy is a first-year law student.I .
they exist in some schools around campus but how about
LETTERS TO THE '
hiring them for the English or journalism departments? EDITOR

Don't well-educated alumni help the prestige of UF Hamburgers won't I haven't decided for whom I am the following::
Dean Lowenstein? voting,but I won't base my decisionon
get electedEditor which party offers me the best "The staff reserves the right to
you bribe.I am going to vote for leader- edit,chop,shred or mutilate a letter
: Wednesday I got a free shipnot lollipops! without the approval of the author.
alligator Editor hamburger at the Reitz Union anda Beth Joelle Launer As a result the published versionof
platform encouraging me to vote 2UF the letter may not be accurateas
Lucy Chabot for the Today Party. to content or style. Indeed, the
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Nine years ago, when I was in Letter was poorly published version may not make
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton the sixth grade, a kid running for edited any sense at all, and it is likely to
class president gave me a lollipop 'chopped'Editor contain one or more errors in sentence
Letters Policy and asked me to vote for him. I Ididn't structure and grammar
Letter to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by 10 page). They should be : After reading my letter in mechanics."
typed double-spaced end signed They should Include I typed name address and telephone sell my vote for the lollipop, your Jan. 24 edition, I want to sug-
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call and I won't let Today buy my vote gest that
amend
you your state- Roger A. Cater
the editorial page editor at 3764458.
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Alligator Writer populated student districts sur- ACCENT & SGP
Proponents of the March 13 rounding UF lag behind the rest of
sales tax referendum are poundingon Alachua County.In .
doors all over Alachua Countyto 1988,71 percent of the voters
convince residents and UF stu- registered in six studentdominated -
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Speaker wants Jewsto FEB. 2nd

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foster Israeli tiesBy Stephen Center C. O'Connell


NITA RUDRA third largest press corps,it"makesa I
Writer bigger splash about what's goingon
Alligator than they would in other coun- Tickets available at the University Box Office,
It's time for American Jews to tries," Esses said. American Jewsare
stop taking Israel for granted, said left with the false impressionthat TICKETS: All Ticket Master locations,

Eric Esses, director of University Israel is a huge land with a UF Students: $8.50 and at t the door.
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Esses will discuss bridging the Younger generations take Israel
gap between American Jews and for granted, forgetting that it didn't Funded by Student Government
Israelis tonight at 9:30: and Satur- always exist, Esses said.
day at 1 p.m. at the Hillel Founda- i I
tion, 16 NW 18th Street. "A gigantic percentage of American &. A.A.A.a.a.A.A.a.A.A.A.A.a.A.a.a.a.a.A.a.a.a.A. .
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"Most American Jews have nat-
ural sympathetic ties to Israel, but mainly in an emotional way, not
that is not enough,"he said,adding with any concrete reasons," he i AEU SHOWER-A-THON 1990 $
that American Jews must over- said. "They are secure in the fact
that Israel is there for the Jewish
and mis-
come apathy, ignorance .
understanding.Esses people.
said more students should Esses tells students to "make tradition
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"learn more about the world from tion as a Jew to yourself and the 0
talking to the world's people, not rest of the world," in an effort to 0
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DEBBIE CENZIPER that is open to the public will startat
10 a.m., and invitational five-ki-
Alligator Writer
lometer races for men and women 0.
Local residents and athletes will follow. A children's 1/4 mile .,
from all over the country will pullon race,which starts at 11:45: a.m.,will 3por U LAJ YIJLIJ@ (bg) 120< AX a. Affibulli 0.

their running shoes Saturdayfor end the events.Registration.
the Great Gainesville Road is $10 and all run ;= ] w ilk.ffug
Race, which will benefit children's ners will receive T-shirts.

cancer research. Liquori!said he's hoping the race ] Ma I C Mmlli =
The Florida Track Club and the
will attract at least
2,000 runners.
city of Gainesville are holding the =
The race is the first race of its kindin lZIDruJw 0.
event to raise money for Stop!
Gainesville, and the top three
Children's Cancer Inc. which
,
male and female in the I I 1 rmn 0
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invitational will win prize
races
Shands Hospital, race assistant di-
totaling $7,000. .
rector Marty Liquori said. money
"We felt that the from Sororities, fraternities and other
money HOT TUB
this race should go to a local char- student blocs can enter contests in shifts begin midnight i
voting, banner making and
ity, Liquori! said. penny
Four separate races will begin at overall participation, Liquori said. = Sat for 168 hrs! 0.

the Sun Center and lead partici- "We're trying to put on the best
pants through downtown Gaines- race we can this year. We want to .
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I LUIS to be shut down Saturday; SG chairman resigns ; 1



upgrading will increase memoryBy replacement approved I

PATRICIA LEE additions include an Alligator index and 209,000
-
Alligator Writer federal government documents. not comment further. He is being replaced
Currently LUIS serves all terminals in the state By ANTHONY LEDERMAN by Sen. Adam Tanenbaum."No .
Students who have research projects due next out of four central processing units based in Alligator Writer one should have questionedthe
week might want to consider visiting UF's libraries Gainesville. After the upgrade, the system will After a series of complaints from ( meetings)," Allen-Jones said. "It
today, while they still have access to the have six CPUs and won't need further adjust senators and members, the chairman was my decision on what to hear."
state's Library User Information System. ments for two years,Bevis said.The last upgradewas from Student Government's most im- Allen-Jones said he feels the bills his
LUIS, which serves as a computerized card in December 1986, about one year after the portant committee resigned Tuesday committee neglected were all self-
catalog,will be shut down all day Saturday while system was put into use. night. serving bills certain senators were try-
technicians make statewide improvements. Because the change affects only LUIS termi- Former Judiciary Chairman Ty ing to get on the floor.
Upgrading LUIS will cost $4.7 million and nals, other computers and search systems will Allen-Jones resigned from the committee Replacement and Agenda Commit.
affect 600 terminals in Florida, including 150 on operate normally. lnfotrac, the computerizedsearch for personal reasons Tuesday tee Chairwoman Elizabeth Deibler
campus. For students, this means using card system for periodicals, and Newsbank, a night, and in his defense said his committee said seven bills have piled up.
catalogs that haven't been updated in two years. system for newspapers, still will be available. didn't meet because"there was Peibler said many people have
"It will be an inconvenience for some, but it's The only area that may cause a problem for no legislation that was pertinent to worked on those bills, and it will take
only for a day and it will result in better service," students is book searching, though library tech rush through onto the senate floor." two full meetings to run through them.
said Michele Dalehite, assistant director of the nical assistant Mary Singly said she doesn't fore- The six-member Judiciary Committee Each bill\ must go through two read
Florida Center for Library Automation, which see any major problems."It's is responsible for making sure ings before it goes to the Senate.
runs the LUIS program serving Florida's nine not the end of the world," she said. "If proposed bills are constitutional and Tanenbaum, who was recommended
public universities."It someone can't find something, well be here. do not conflict with other laws. by R and A, said he plans to
will do the searches a little faster, but the We'll help them out." Sens. Charlie Grapski and Ross make the committee more serious,
reason for the upgrade is to give it a greater load Anyone with a library card still will be able to Bilbrey, both on the committee, have and plans to take care of the backlogas
capacity so it can store more information," said check out books, she said. Library workers will complained that they have only met soon as possible."I .
John Bevis, manager of systems programmingfor check out books manually and later enter the once this semester and rarely at the want the Judiciary members to be
Northeast Regional Data Center which operates information into LUIS. end of last semester. Both said the the watchdogs on the Senate floor,"he
under the Board of Regents. LUIS should be available again by Sunday, committee is backlogged with bills. said. They need to be the most re-
Increased capacity will enable library officialsto Dalehite said. Further upgrades will be com- Allen-Jones said he resigned be- sponsible, most informed members of
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e MIKE DAME think UF is rebuilding. Sophomore pitcher Steve Here's' a look a at the Gators as they head into
By
A Staff Writer Georgiadis considers it reloading."I Saturday's' opener against Western Carolina, a
Alligator think this team has a lot of potential," Geor doubleheader that begins at noon at Perry Field. i 1" ,tr
When Joe Arnold took his first look at the 22 giadis said. "I don't' think we'll' start the season by U PITCHING Gone is the record-breaking

newcomers to his UF baseball team this past fall, winning 11 in a row,but as the season goes on this duo of Gidcumb and Wiggs, who had a combined
an undeniable feeling of deja vu could very well team will get better and better.. We'll' probably turn 21 wins in 1989, and top reliever Jamie McAndrew,
0 have stirred his soul. out to be a better ballclub than last year.." who was 8-3 with seven saves.

Only two years earlier, in the fall of 1987,Arnold If anything, UF will have a new look. Where the Still, Arnold said the strength of his squad is its
welcomed unknown pitching commodities Johnny Gators won several of its games last season with pitching staff.. And the inexperienced but talented

Wiggs and Jeff Gidcumb, along with Brian its sheer power ((73 team home runs), this season unit is confident they can keep the beat without fl tr ( p w I -
Reimsnyder and Mario Linares, into camp. Those they will be more of a finesse team in the mold of last year's' three top guns.

newcomers helped lead UF in 1988 to a school- the St. Louis Cardinals.. "Everybody here can pitch at this level," said
record 48 wins and its first appearance in the '"We're' going to try to play smarter baseball and sophomore nght-hander John Pricher.. '"We' won't' t taw

College World Series.. try to create more opportunities," Arnold said. have the 1-2 like we did last year with Gidcumband
The surprising season put Gators baseball on 'Were' working on little things like baserunning, Wiggs,but we definitely have more people who
college baseball's' national map.. things that could mean the difference between us can do the job." ,

But after a 1989 season that will be best remem-- scoring a run and not scoring a run. The starters heading into the season are Geor .
bered for UFs' 11 consecutive opening victories, "But this team could be very surprising in the giadis, freshman John Burke and junior college P .r .vW .ea 0X

an early-season No.1 1 ranking followed by a disappointing home run output.. But we don't' emphasize the homerun transfers Mike Juhl, Brent Stuart and Cord Corbitt. PHOTOS BY SUZETTE COOK -ALLIGATOR
The Gators, ranked 17th in a poll, bring 22 newcomers to the squad this
post-season showing, a young squad at all. Home runs will come. Juhl was 3-2 in 1988 at Lamar University and 13-3 preseason year.
heads into the 1990 season assuming the underdogrole Another fresh element of the Gators squad is a at Florida Community College last as he was '"
year needed last in crucial situations
But the anchor of the pitching staff will be senior year against lefty some. The guy that's the best defensive catcher
again.
once seemingly endless bench. Arnold said the depth named Mid-Florida Conference Pitcher of the Year. hitters.. will be back there.."
It's' a role that Arnold rather enjoys. has made it difficult Todd McCray, who inherits McAndrews role as
determining an opening-day Stuart posted a two season record of 174 at Indian
the club's' top closer. He was 4-2 last year and CATCHING -Junior Mario Linares seemedto Linares, a designated hitter the past two
"This is unknown team far
an as as people lineup. River C.C.,while Burke went 26-1 in Colorado high
worked 52 of his 75 innings as a starter, so how be a sure replacement for Jose Fernandez head- seasons, looks to rebound from a 1989 season that
knowing how to pitch us, what to expect from our '"There are so many different combinations right school competition and fanned 97 batters in just 55
his offensive numbers
saw from
McCray adjusts to his will tell ing into the season, but juco transfer Jim Bell has drop an All-
'' new responsibility a alot
don't know Arnold
pitchers they ," said. "We now it's s mindboggling," Arnold said. "But it's a innings of work last year.. Southeastern Conference freshman
about the success of the club.. proven defensive skills and has challenged Linares. season in
in the situation in 88. And I like that"Only
were same good problem to have. I can guarantee right now Corbitt was an all-conference selection while at
three starters, among nine players with you won't' see the same lineup on backtobackdays. Palm Beach C.C.. ., while Georgiadis was 2-2 in 15 But for the first time, Arnold will have five "It's' pretty close," Arnold said of the battle.
experience, return to the Gators in 1990. But don't' ." games as a freshman in '89.. left-handed pitchers on the roster, something UF ""We're' going to catch them both with Mario at DH see Baseball, page 12



I i Moberg's' return gives \WHO'S' ON FIRST? Center Field 1990 BASEBALL SCHEDULE

6Dave/ So. Plantsvllle Conn.. 21/
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Gators a leader Mike Moberg (Sr., Ft. Lauderdale) Will share Day/Date./ Opponent Time Day/Date/ Opponent Time
j proven time.. Moberg was a redshirt last season.. \ -- February -- April -
........... Sat WESTERN CAROLINA ((2)) Noon Sun. 1 Mississippi 3 p.m.
By ALEX MARVEZ "He's" probably a step slower right ./ Right Field Sun. 4 WESTERN CAROLINA 1:30: p.m.. Tue. 3 VALDOSTA STATE 5 p.m. .
Alligator Writer now', said Gators' coach Joe Arnold. "I v-.... 20/Bo/ Camposano (Fr., Fri. 9 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 6 p.m.. Wed. 4 VALDOSTA STATE 7 p.m..

i Had the end result not been so morbid can't say he's' 100 percent because a Naples) Unlimited potential.Hits Sat. 10 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 1:30: p.m.. Sat. 1 LOUISIANA STATE ((2)) 5 p.m.
couldn't be with the he had.
guy injury ball hard.. Quick.
the cause of last year's' season-en That would be Sun. 11 GEORGIA SOUTHERN 1:30: p.m. Sun. 8 LOUISIANA STATE 1:30: p.m.
too much.
asking But
ding injury to UF outfielder Mike Left Field e Fri. 16 South Florida 3 p.m.. Tue. 10 Jacksonville 7 p.m.
he's back far
Moberg could have earned a spot on will certainly be enough wherehe 17/ Eric Martinez (Jr.. Orlando) A-..... Sat. 11 South Florida 2 p.m. Wed. 11 S.E.. LOUISIANA 7 p.m.
a sports- playing" center field for us junior college transfer whose Sun. 18 SOUTH FLORIDA 1:30: p.m. Sat 14 MISSISSIPPI STATE ((2)) 5 p.m..
bloopervideotape. this weekend. brother, Dave, plays for Montreal. ;: Fri- 23 Miami 7:30: p.m.. Sun. 15 MISSISSIPPI STATE 1:30: p.m..
f Moberg's'" comeback is good news Sat 24 Miami 2 p.m. Tue. 11 Diamond Club Classic TBA

f Mobergand for the Gators, since he is one of three /recondBase Sun. 25 Florida International 2 p.m. Wed..18 DCC. Day 2 TBA
team players left from the 1988 squad that / (Sr., Mesa, ) Tue. 21 STETSON 1 p.m. Sat 21 Georgia ((2)) 5 p.m.
reached the College World Series.. Shortstop hitter who had 16 March Sun. 22 Georgia 1:30: .
p.m.
mate Ned 21//Gregg Castaldo (Fr.., St.. Louis, .
muRl hit in
1989.
"' w Brigham col "Moberg will be a real key for us Mo.) A young player who must mature ...; games Sat. 3 MIAMI 4 p.m. Wed 25 Central Florida 7 p.m.
lided while this year,"Arnold said. "He's' valuablenot quickly in the tough SEC.. '.-. Sun. 4 MIAMI 1:30: p.m.. Sat 28 TENNESSEE ((2)) 5 p.m.
:- chasing a fly only as a leader on and off the field, .. Thu 8 FLORIDA STATE 7 p.m. Sun. 29 TENNESSEE 1:30: p.m.

e ball in the but he's' capable of coming in and $ : Fri. 9 FLORIDA STATE 5:30: p.m.. May -
t ninth of playing second base, shortstop or third Third Base its* r,;';' Sat. 10 Florida State 7 p.m. Sat. 5 AUBURN ((2)) 2 p.m.
game 0 : : +.?:"(($ ',.
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the season base. He's' a pretty good infielder." 14Joe/ Russo (Jr.., Jupiter) ":""":. i" n ...... ."' Sun. 11 Florida State 2 p.m. Sun. 6 AUBURN 1:30: p.m..
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iii last year, injuries last season, .. \\vtR<<;.\$;;;:: 4 \\! ;: : MayoAII-around) athlete who p.m. p.m
11 finest t third b baseman I I'I've' h had." '1""'P'W":'."%"".\\O.\. ''IIpM&& Alabama 6 Sat 12 Kentucky ((2)) 5 .
I sending Moberg was batting .444 with three ': *v'.W' '<<'/ ?: : :::., .1u',I''i,;'f/) :.W.f'.! /',M,+ has moved over from third Sat. 17 ((2)) p.m. p.m.
wa Moberg to doubles, two home runs and five runs "t K ,::f r,$,tiiYhiitNyr:i Y,},}: :*yI},,:, r;,*,*.' base. Proven power at plate.. Sat. 18 Alabama 2 p.m. Sun. 13 Kentucky 1:30: p.m.
the hospitalwith batted in.. Mon. 19 MASSACHUSETTS 7 p.m.. Thu:11: SEC Championships

broken "I've' never made a comeback from .w Wed. 21 MARYLAND.BALTIMORE 7 p.m.. Birmingham, Ala.. TBA

right lower- any Injury before," said Moberg, a Thu. 22 MASSACHUSETTS 7 p.m. Thu 24 NCAA RegionalsSat.
1 1 leg bone, senior who received a medical redshirt Catcher ... 24 VANDERBILT ((2)) 5 p.m.. '.y :" Site and time to be announced
torn ligaments the t Designated Hitter Sun. 25 VANDERBILT 1:30: p.m.. .Fri. 1 College World Series
following
+ in his speed back, which injury."I'm is the main getting factorin my 13/Jr./Marlo Mesa Linares (Jr., Oriando)24/Jim) / Bell...........'. Arnold said this position will .;; Tue. 21 CENTRAL FLORIDA 7 p.m. ,:J. ', loI; yJJ Omaha, Neb. TBA
( Ariz.)Both solid defensive '
are !
from
right knee outfield play" vary game to game Wed:28 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 7 p.m./;: :: .;, ",<
players, but Linares has with
and torn ten Even more remarkable about offensive edge. no consistent starter. 'y'' Sat". "..3 31! Mississippi ((2)2) 3 p.m. j. Home ,games are In capital letters.

dons in his Moberg's' comeback is the amount of ALLIGATOR GRAPHIC
right ankle.In time it took him to recuperate. He
the 11 began practicing with the team this fall

the Moberg months incident since not, until"In suffering the faUI I a was groin really injury.frustrated. ," Diamond gems: : Despite losing top hurlers, young?; arms could be strength I IBy

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b only has almost after the first two weeks year's' losses would indicate.In plucked in the 1989'" draft, taking with sign with a team within the next month. the unknown. No one knows what we definitely," Arnold said. "He's' a big,
>"' com- God's'my creation groin injury of I was looking like GREGG DOYEL fact pitching could be the strong them their 29 total wins. '"Those' three guys will be awfully toughto have. I sure don't"At strong kid who's' going to see a lot of
,
p pletelyrecovered 1 t 1 y a gimp. Alligator Writer point on a, team picked 17th by Collegiate The Los Angeles Dodgers made Mc replace,"he said."In fact, I don't' knowif least one pitcher has made himself action."
"The coaches had mixed emotions. During the if they can be replaced." known to Arnold over the past few days,
course of the summer, UF Baseball/ESPN./ Andrew, a Jacksonville-Bolles product,
Arnold has
1 but t has They didn't know if I could go on and baseball wide selection to sophomore right hander John Pricher. penciled Burke, senior
coach done But Arnold has
Joe Arnold saw his pillarof have a 12 man staff, and their first-round pick, and he has a
"This handerTodd
wua>* I didn't know either"Arnold year we right McCray and lefty Cord
a earned back strength the pitching staff all throw. Pitching is definitelyone nothing to prove the Dodgers brass choose from,and he said he plans to give "Pricher has impressed me as much as Corbitt into his
they can starting rotation but he
,
r his starting said he didn't think Moberg crumbled by graduation and the profes-- of strengths,"he said.. Last year wrong. After a 12-2 senior season, Mc every man on his staff a look as soon as anybody,"Arnold said."The other day we added could the
spot in the would come back, but he did offer sional baseball draft.. all had our three guys, and that was Andrew went 11-0) at the Dodgers''rookie possible."We had the (radar) gun on him, and he didn't' anything happen as
Mike Moberg cutfieldSaturday t I d encouragement. So why is this man smiling? it."" we was league club in Montana. have three games this weekend, throw one ball under 86 (mph).Not one." season progresses.

when "All I saw from Mike was hard work. Arnold sorted through the remaining But the"three guys"Arnold had-Jeff Wiggs, drafted by Seattle, led his and we'll' use, at the minimum, six guys," Arnold also noticed the work of freshman
: doubleheader UF opens Its season with a I'm' sure he had his doubts,but he was rubble and plucked a few gems from the Gidcumb Johnny Wiggs and Jamie Me- rookie league in saves. The Giants he said."I 1 want to get eight guys out thereif righty John Burke, who he said ""WeVe' got to start with somebody,;he

Carolina at Field.against Western persistent,"Arnold said "A guy cannot 1990 recruiting class, and says his staff Andrew -, leave a void that may be too drafted Gidcumb, but arm surgery kept if I can. figures significantly into his plans. said. "But no one guy is going to throw ..
Perry work any harder than that" may not be in the dire straits that last large for any 12 to fill.. All three were him from signing. Arnold expects him to ""We have talent coming in, but that's' "Burke is going to be in our plans, nine innings. I won't' let him.



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runs. as we go along, those will kind of said. "It's better than sitting down
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Campus Organized Against Rape is looking for men and womeninterested coupons in students' season foot replaced the grass two years ago.

1 in being trained to ball ticket orders. In the past several Guenther said grass may delay
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372-1862 3 BEDROOM / 3 BATHWASHERDRYER SUBLEASE Lyons 1 BR 2 ::>;Y'. For Rent. Unfurnished.: Cash, check, MC or VISA.

5-5-1 3751728. $145 uti!. Incl. 3blki to UF. 2- INCL. $200 mo. Renew Avail. 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office
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OXFORD MANOR Call Mike 338.44841.av. mess. 2-12-7-4 For Rent/Sate/ 1105 W. University Ave.
2 minute walk to campus! Ibd Iba fully M- F $ am 4 pm

furnished apt. near Norman Hall, quiet, 377-2776 Sublease apt near UF, unf, a/c/ 4 :. Sublease House/Apt./ Main BookstoreHub
safe. Was $295 now $235/mo. Must sublet 218.122 2bed/2bath. Brandywine, pool, club, large
5 Roommates Service Desk
SW 8th Ave. 378-0764. 2-6-5-1 apt, 2nd floor, $475/month. Call 373- Customer
GRAD STUDENT 2 BLKS FROM UNIV. :: : : M. F 8 am 4:30: pm
5457, If no ans, leave mes. 2-9-5-4 6 "> For Sate \}. .
Efficiency, (turn or unfurn, close to UF, on.per.on ONE BEDROOM APT. $200 mo. Call Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
no pets, quiet, private, patio, free Kevin 9.5 376-5242 pm 3773852. 2-5-5- 7 Real Estate t' .::: ::: .
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5 ROOMMATESRoom : :; ...f : .N ::- :': ', M F 8 am 9 pm, Sat noon 9 pm
cable TV, $225/mo./ plus utilities. Call 378- 2 r.:..
2018. 2-2-3-1 8, ::. Motorcycles : Sun noon 5 pm

Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225 avail M/F In 3bd/2ba/ house near 9 :., Autos ".,.(:.. Medical Bookstore, Shands
1 bedrm apt prefer mature responsible n/s, 1829 NW 2 Ave. (by O'Dome) ft 1222 NW Polos Private or share bath rent neg + M F, 8 am 4:30 pm
no pets/children. Sml NE of hwy patrol. 8 Av Now or Fall Office: 411 NW 15 St. 1/3 util. Call Joe or Bosso, at 3748820.. 10 Wanted

$275/mo. incl. utll, phone, washer/dryer. 3710769. 2-6-5-2 22105. 11' Services$: By Mail:

376-1276. 2-6-5-1 1/2 mile from campus, quiet neighborhood, OAKFOREST M-F Master bedroom In .' Use forms appearing weekly
12. Typing Services in the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by
lots of trees. 2B/R A/C D/W, washer/dryer ,
Two Room Suite $120. per mo. Call 372- 2bdr Apt. $250/mo & 1/2 utll. 335-6189.
2582. 2-6-4-1 hook-up. Call 373-0129. 2-9-6-2 2-6-10-5 13 Help Wanted mail MC VISA or checks only.

2 WKS FREEH! Center Court Apts. 11 Neat/Responsible ROOMMATE WANTEDNS 14' Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:

FOR RENT: blocks N of UF. BD $299, 2BD $349 very for a 2bd/2 1/2/ ba In a quiet NW Payment by VISA or Mastercard
nice. 1210 NW 11 Ave. 3717777. Mgt. 411 wooded area// furnished own bd/ba. 1 15 Personals' ONLY Five dollar minimum.MF I .

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk NW 15 St. 2-6-5-2 $255/mo & $100 deposit. No pets & no 16 Connections 8304pm..

smoking. Call 3775128leave mes. 2-6-
to Santa FE CC, 1 BOA $270-$2BO, Sublet garage apt. Zbrms. behind Norman 7.5 17 Notices 0 How to correct
2 BDR $335. NEW Townhouse $440 Sec. Hall. Lease runs until May 1st. 1021

t Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs. S.W.10th Ave. Call mornings 377-5881 or WINDMEADOWSOwn 18 Rides cancel ad:

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190.4.30.75. 3731423. 2-6-4-2 room $205 mo. 19 Pets your

2 "Check Our New Call 335-1693 after 8. 2-2-5-5 Cancellations
Specials"All 20 Lost & Found :

Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet Amenities Available .' Call 373.FIND Mon. Frl, 8.4 pm.
Luxury Oakbrook Condo needs a n/s female
washer/dryer available In most units for FURNISHED UNFURNISHED No refunds can be given.
to share a room In 2bd/2bath $175 a
$15 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B 1 & 2 Bath Roommates Available
month. Call 375-6394 ask for Susie. 2-2-
$250-$350, sec & Imr. 3728422. 4-30- We're No. 1 Alligator errors:
5-5 Q When will your ad run?
75.2 REGENCY OAKS Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.Call .

378-5766 Want cool, neat, n/. male rmmt for 373-FIND with any corrections before
SPACIOUSONE 3230 SW Archer Road THE ALLIGATOR I IS ONLYRESPONSIBLE
3bd/3ba w2 fun girls. Starting sum noon
BEDROOM APT. COUNTRY GARDENS Classifieds will begin TWO
mer/fall 90-91 yr. 336-8876 Iv msg. 2-2- FOR THE FIRST I DAY
ONLY $260MO.LYONS 373-4500 5.5 DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected

APT 2001 SW 18th Street Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
430582AVAILABLE OXFORD MANOR own bdr/ba/ In
a take No refunds or credits can be given alter'
43071.2 2bdr/2ba/ apt. $240/month/ & 1/2/ utilities. Union or Shands may placing the ad. Changes called in after'

INCREDIBLE 2BR near UF cent alr/ht Total luxury at its finest. Call Joe 375- THREE days to appear, Ads the. first day will not be compensated.
water/sewer pd. 260/mo/ 1615 SW 42nd St. 2565. 225.5
Efficiency Apt. .8332.1200373.5818. 2-7-5-2 may run for any length of time

Starting at $185 Trinidadian seeks rmmt to share gator- and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
at $235/ 2 Bedroom Corrections must be made In person at
Starting CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE ** 1/2 BLOCK FROM UF** *Anice town apt. $170/mo./ Own bdr, ba bring own Sorry, but there can be n0 refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
2bd, 1 ibth; Irg Ivng, highly secure. frnltr. Dirk 378-6138 for more Info afar'
110 NW 39th Ave. 2-2-5-5 for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction ,fee.
$395/mo & $200 sec. Sublet 373-3688. 2- 9pm.
378-3988
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375-3881 A Roommate wanted 4br 3bath house, -

4-30-70-2 pool, W/D. Call 378-9624. $170 per
MOBILE HOMES: month, first/last $100 deposit. Nonsmoker ROOMMATESLANDMARK ROOMMATESNeed
3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF. 201 NW 2-5-5-5
10th St. Wood floors, Cent. Ht/Air, Car- 3 FOR RENT/SALE preferred.
real nice f student for own rm In
M/F bdrm furnished
port, Office: 411 NW 15th St. 371-0769. A LAKEWOOD A FNS own bdrm In 3/2/ walking distance own from partly campus- 2bd/lba/ apt.. fireplace.. $162.50/mo &

2-6-5-2 1978 MOBILE Home for sale. 12 x 58 apt. Furnished, pool, sauna, welghtrm, $215/mo & 1/2 util Call Gary 378-6853. 1/2 utll. Call anytime 335-2651 Kp try'nl
2bdr/lba, fenced-ln yard with shed & awning tennis, porch view of lake. Call 336-4531 2-5-7-5 26-3-5
WINDMEADOWS APTS. $4500 neg. 373-4202 or 472-2928 ..*.. 2-5-5-5

1,2" 3 Bedroom after 5:30: pm. 2-2-10-3 HURRYI Fn/s for own room w/cable/ In Nonsrhk m/f/ needed to share 2bdr 1 Ibth
Pool Tennis, Laundry Serious student to have own room In
apt. $110/mo & 1/3 utilities, walking distance
cute, quiet condo near wmicro,
2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 campus
Rent 2bdr/1 1/2 ba. Good house In less than
Rent to quiet neighborhood de
or own: dshwshr, pool & laund. Call 336-4763. 2- to campus. Call 376-1283 for
shape, central air, new paint, frost free 1ml. from campus. $120/mo & 1/3 utll. 22.5 tails. 2.8.5.5ROOMMATE
WILLIAMSBURG APTS. frig, fenced, pets welcome. Call 371-9145. 3733332. 2-6-5-5
AVAILABLE NOWIII1.2TH63Bdrms. 2-9-10-3 Pool, trampoline, peace and quiet. 2 mature WANTED to share 3br/2ba
Need M/F Rmmt to share 2bdr Spacious n/s renters needed for prlv suites In condo In Sparrow on Tower Rd. Must bea
Pool, Laundry 12x70 3bdr/2ba/ Screened-Porch, Shed, Condo In Sommerset Village. $200mo.Call nice Ig home $250-300/mo share utll 371- student. $175/mo & 1/3 utll. Drew 332-
1 Block to UF/Shande/ New Skirting, Close to UF Move Or Rent Edward at 376-1296. 2-5-4-5 2558. 2-5-3-5 8436. 2-6-5-5
2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 Lot. 4000. 3922802. 2-7-5-3

N/S M/F to share 2Bdr just 3 blocks from ROOMY NEEDED Live In 2bdl1 ba condo, F rmmt, nil. to share 2bdr/1 ba apt,
MOUNT VERNON APTS. 86, Fleetwood 2bdr/2ba washer/dryer, campus: pay l35/mo, first & last, plus $185mo, near Oaks Mall wwasherdryer.Live $175/mo & 1/2 utll, walking distance to
1 ft 2 Bedroom screened patio, pool, and tennis, Whitney 1/2 utll, cable. 373-2596 or 376-7352 w/nonsmoker. call late 373-6830. 2- campus, call 3774244. 2-85-5
Pool/Laundry/ Park, 441 North. No down payment. Takeover Mike. 2-2-3-5 7-5-5
Close to UF/Shand/ mortgage. 378-8356. 2963SUBLEASE Room for rent In a 3bd 2bath house.
2370 SW Archer Rd. A** 372-5389 M/F Rmmt Wanted: Windmeadows. Own F Rmmt for 4bdr/2ba furn condo By Oaks Quiet, cozy, fireplace! Pets (any size) OK.
213152Casablanca bdr/ba $262.SO/mo pay 1/2 utll. Please Mall. Wash/dry & Security System $17S/mo A utl. Sign lease not required.
: Call Crisis' at 336-9250. 2-6-5-5 $200/mo/ & split elect 3354298. 2-14-10- Call 3757978. 2-8-5-5
East, 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, like new

townhouse, hat w/d/ screened porch, 4 HOUSE/APT. CASABLANCA N/S,own room and ba In HELPI master bedroom, own bath-walk In
pool $475/mo. 402. Call 3350440. Watson 2bdr condo, ''urn.,w/wa.h/dryer, $200/mo/ closet-cable, room for 2, $210/mo (leb.re-, 6 FOR SALE
Realty/Helen. 2-8-10-2 1bd/1 1/2 twnhs. Pool, wash/dry, amp & 1 1/3 utll. 3353889. 2-9-8-5 duced) 3351513. 2-5-3-5
parking within short walking distance to BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs
$299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL campus. 378.7224..k about apt 52B. 2- OWN ROOM In nice house fireplace.. 8 HELPI I Need A fun, friendly female N/S low as 125/mo no $ down
Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. Pool.Tennis, bike to UF. Only l50/mo & 1/4 utll. Serious Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bd/ba./ FREE Catalogue over 50.000
Sauna, Gym and mor*. Please Take Over My Lease! Brand new students only please. 338.1277. 2-2- Avail Nowl 377-8034.2-7-5-5 customers 1-800-825-7283
STONERIDGE APT. apt., 2bdr/2ba townhome, walk to SantaFe 3-5 2-19-30-6

3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 Com College. Call 373-3777. 2-5-5-4 3/2 NW HOUSE f/ns large yard, screen

Offer valid to qualified application only Share huge 2bdr/2ba, close to UF, avail- porch, cable, washer micro, 4ml. Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
4-30-62-2 Sublease apt unf ibdrm, Camelot, very abl.lmm.dlat.ly.335.8984. 2-13-10-5 UF/SFCC/ No pets, unfurn rm. $150 I 1/3 brands are alt at our New Location! Car
close to Law School. quiet, Pet OK, available ut. 378-6499 2965BRANDYWINE Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-
ALOHA GARDEN APTS Lovely 3 BR/2 from Jan/29/90. Call 335-6233 to Room A Bath In NE House. N/S Cent. 2070. A3075.SCOMPUTER

bath, amenities' ., near Shands VA Shop park. 2-2-3-4 ht/ac wash/dry no lease, l95/mo ft 1/2 < FURNISHED

ping. 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 2- utll. Call Dave after'. 6pm at 378-4698. 2- 2bdrl1 ba, Jacuzzi, sauna wt. room, huge
16-15-2 Sublet (turn 1br/ba Apt. until 4/30/90. 6-5-5 pool 1/2 ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room
$220/mo. Available NOWI.) Southern ft 1/2 cable ft utll.! Packard
3722857. Dennis. 2- Bell 286. 12mhz, 40mb hard
Avail. Now 3 or 4 bdr 2 ba. pool 1 1/2 ml Pines. Apt. Call 372-3276..2-7-5-4 PINETREE GARDENS drive, S.2S1.2 floppy, 3.5 1.44 floppy

to UF. 2816 W. Univ. Ave. $650/mo. Rms Swimming pool, .tennis court BRANDYWINE: Fern, own rm wwtr bd. 1mb r.m. vga hl-rea color monitor lyr
n/s mature (fem 165-$200 374-5430,376- Very nice 2bd/2ba apt Camelot unfurn. Roommate needed ASAP $138/mo/ & 1/4 fully 'furn. 2bdrl1 ba apt. Many xtras warr., 4 mths on-slte 849. call 335-
6163. 2252. Fireplace, barbeque, pool view. $550/mo. utilities.Call 336-5637 or 335-5119. 2.2- $210/mo ft 1/3 util. Near UF 3730024. 1300. 220148r
anytime. 2-15-10-4
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FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE 9 AUTOS SERVICES


RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnant Ma.ha1l100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4-12 R/T Orlando Hawaii plane ticket. March 88 CRX-sl. AC, AM/FM Cassette, 4-spks,
lor your dorm or apartment. We dallverl cabinet channel switching, effects loop 15.23, $480 negotiable. Call 378-8784. sun roof fuel Injection, Alloy wheels, like BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
Ray' Rug 535 SW 4th Ave and footpedal both for $925 obo 377- 2-6-4-6 new. Andrea 373.8124 Lv Msg. 2-7.10.9
3775265.6 block E. of campus 2-6-20- 5795. 2-6-10-6
8 AIRLINE TICKET Orlando-Newark Iv Fb Honda Accord '80 Auto. 4 door tinted 1233 NW 10th Ave.

BED: SINGLE. $100, PINEWOOD with no 17/12p. return Feb 24/11 am on Continental wdws. 64k ml. Runs and looks great! Club 372.1664
CAR ALARMS installed remote control metal file flush on the floor, Dennis 372- $150 obo 395-9446 2-7-5-6 Full bike incl. Must sail) $2900 obo. 335- MC/VISA/lnsurance
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 2857. 2-2-5-6 7431 2-2-7-9 Free Pregnancy Test

demo. Call 336-9163 student Iv. menage. Nice clean modern furniture, all at reasonable Member
2-28-34-8 SOLOFLEX Only a few month old. New prices. 1967 Mustang V8 red new h,p. radials, National Abortion Federation
price $1050, asking $850. Negotiable, The Plunder House new brakes, dual exhaust am/fm/casi./
BEDS BEDS BEDS Call Chris 3352350. 2-2-5-6 511 SW 4th Avenue $2500 obo. 338.4113 ask for Sean. 2-5- AAA STORAGE

Dressers Chest Bookcases, Sofas, TV M/C, Amex, Visa. 2-14-10-6 7-9 Close to UF, Convenient
carts Entertainment center and more at IBM Quletwrlter 8 Typewriter, Excellent 4x4x4 lS/mo, /

the lowest price in Gainesville. 371-4422 Condition, must sell. 335.t 1681.ave m... 25' NI.hikl12 spd. $180 obo; 4 81 Z28 88 Ford Tempo GL 5-spd, AC, am/lm 4x8x8 $25/mo
Dumas DI.coun11421 NE 8 Ave. sage. 2.5.5.8 whit w/gdyr $225 obo; New pr JBL mid- exc/cond. $700 down Nego Take over 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771

2-2-16-8 rnge $110' obo 336-6510 after 5pm. 2-7- pymts of $166,88. Call Wendy 3747275or 4-30.75.11
Brand new CHARVEL with floating floyd 56 3748603. 2-2-5-9
and killer paint $500. Rockman X100 First _
** GATOR MOVING **
CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the oldest
$100. PA 83
Big speakers. Adam 3354418. MOVADO Museum Watch Mustang Convertible $4600. PB, PS
beet and lowest priced car stereo lyr old Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1.
2-2-4-6 AT, air, am/lm cassette. New
top tires, all
tore In town 2201 NW HEUER dive watch. PRECOR rowing machine Item/Hse
Full.
372-2070 13 St. MEMOREX universal records, Ready To Gol Call 376-1022 2- Days/Eves. Long dl*.
remote con-
4-30-75-6 Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 3744791. 4.30.75.11
Commodore 64, new Panasonic KX. 2-5-9
trol. Greg: 377-6670 (Iv msg). 2-5-3-6
P1180 printer $225 value, modem, everything
Rockford Fosgate, Yamaha Pioneer you could need. All lor $350. Hunter Kramer locus 2000 with AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lesions
Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best case and Peavy boarding woodser facilities *
376-3786. 2-5-5-6 ft Blue Insurance. Drive thru In Butler -
Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo Call 40 watt Amp. Must sell $250 OBO. Plaza. We care, Call us 1st hay rides A parties sales working
to Go. 3751834. 4.30.75.8 Hammocks ft hammock chairs. Excellent Jeremy 3775905. 2-8-5-6 377-CARS. 2-9-10-9 students accepted. 466-3224, 3758080.

quality. Good selection.' Low Price. Call Schwinn Prelude 211n. racing bike w/ Par 4-30-75-11

Car Alarms, Autopsge, Chapman. Home 332-3386 anytime. 2-2-4-6 amount computer extras. Asking $300. White 300zx loaded stereo cassette, ac,
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul. Share Call Amle at 3355334. Leave Message. alarm cruise control etc. Must see *SUNBELT MOVING*
wood and more. We Beet All Prlceel Princeton high res color monitor and 2-8-S-6 $12,500 very negotiable. Ph: 3786512. Professional' Moving/Packing ft Supplies.
3733754. 4-30-69-8 graphic card, logitec mouse never used 2-2-4-9 1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dist Lie/Ins.

grad std. must sell offers consid. 335- FOR SALE DURA-ACE Priced for Students I Marty 375.MOVE 4-
1548. 2-5-5-6 Cannondale 1982 Honda Accord 4dr, 5spd, 84,000ml.
WORD PERFECT 5.1 shimano 600 comp. 2 30.75.11
months old clipless $650. ., light blue. Located In red D parking
Latest release' from Elite Bunk beds, oversize for adult or kids, very Call Jim 3350701. 2-5-3-6 pedals compt. lot adjacent to the Graham area. $2300
Computer Systems $135, #335-1300 solid, $175.8 X 8 carpet w/pad grey-blue, Obo 395-9633. 285.9 *FREE*

$60. Freezer 27cu., Amana $200. 332- MOPED FOR SALE 260. Pregnancy Test
2391. 2-6-5-6 1985 Chevette A/C Auto am/lm
PC-3 LAPTOPGreat Moving out of G'ville, must sell. Call 373- cass., Gainesville Women's
sunroof, tint. windows, many new parts,
for class notes, $230 from Elite 5457, leave msg if no answer. 2-9-6-6 HEALTH CENTER
SWANK) Queen Waterbed with headboard great cond. $2500 OBO. 395.8333 Ive.
720 NW 23rd Avenue
f 335-1300 and padded rails. Works GREATI! message. 2-2-3-9
BeautyControl Cosmetics, all prods. 40% 377.5055

PRINTER $90 obo. CALL 335.2651 oil 2-6-3-6 Inventory at 1989 prices. 338-1465. 1978 Datsun 280Z 2+2 Drk grn saddle int. ABORTION (To 24 Wks)

2-5-4-6 alloys, low miles, am-fm cassette Eq. BIRTH CONTROL
24pln Letter Quality, from Elite $305 #335- 25" RCA COLOR TV Good mech. cond. No dents. $2600 obo Gynecology Services

1300 5 BICYCLES. 1 classic ladies bike 2 red $75 OBO 3770310. 2-6-5-9 4-30-71-11

2-6-13-6 race style 2 red 10 speeds, owned by 3732753. 2-7-4-6
bicycle mechanic. $25.$50, Alex 338- 1988 Toyota Celica Convertible red Need turn., clothing household goods?
MICRO CENTER/ Computer 376-1146 am/lm ... Great bargains layaway plan avail.
1972. 2-2-3-6 2 foam chair fold-out beds c. CD alarm phone, cover, 5
( $30
Editor' choice CompuAdd Northgate ) swivel speed 373-9547. 2-6-5-9 Weeks Flea Market, State Road 26, 3ml
rockers $25 $45 desk
chr $7 draft stool
* H P. Price tame or lower than mall- 1988 Cannondale frame set 58 centimeter west of Newberry to Co rd. 2085. Open
$7 like new 12'alum boat
order. System below Include 1mb, 40mb blue Great condition $275 OBO. Call 6325. 2-2-1-6 Jon $250 377- '78 Thunderbird, original owner, PSI PW/ Sat ft Sun. 472-2061. 2920.11

((28ms), graphic monitor. ... George at 336-0767. 2-6-5-6 PBAC/ AM/ FM tereo. Runs great,
MC 288/12.$1195, Packard Bell/ $1295, $750. Call 375.6858 after 5pm. 2.8.5.11. Group lor UF students of alcoholic parent
MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20 DRAFTING TABLE charvoz-z 42 X 30 like 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME age/ 6wk. / Feb-March. Contact Marilyn
$2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery new $85. BED full boxspring/frame 1985 Honda Prelude mint air, am/lm 3726S86leave message by 2/2 22511 '

$1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graphic Sealy-x-flrm $150. 377-6153. 2-2-3-8 UF LOCATION! 15 room house cassette sunroof tilt wheel, red w/ gray.
monitor $970.1 ft 3 year warranties. CH/AC./ Good condition! Rented. In- blk velour Int. $6800. Sandy: day 395-
Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer Jawa moped for sale black $350 or best vestment/fraternity/other./ $130,000 0604 wkends/eves 1-595-4241 2-98-9 MOVING?
185. HP Laser Jet lip- $10411. 4110 SW offer-microwave oven for tale' $100. Call 376-6832 owner. 3-7-42-7 Resourceful student w/ full size truck will
34th St. 1308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 335-9224. 2-2-2-6 80 Mustang Ghla. good cond low mile beat any price 'In town. 336-9461 3-8-30-
TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA, eat In age. $1800 obo. Call 374-4679 after 5pm. t 11
Gutta Gal 12-ipd bike $100. end table kitchen pool tennis, washer dryer, For 2-7-5-9
$20. Sola $145, neon beer sign $95, lightIng est of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing *MOPED REPAIR* *
-. -< ', ball $90 79 Corolla $1000 obo 375- 3745401. 3.1.21.7 Flat Spider 1973 Convertible Runs great, Fast, quality service Very reasonablerates.
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ROYAL PARKCINEMA 4394 LvMsg. 2-7-5-6 Rebuilt Engine Asking $1,400 obo 332- Free pick-up/drop off. 8 yrs. exp.
7121. 2-5-3-9 CALL MARK 3750961. 2-2-3-11
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PLAZA TRIPLE V 85 Honda CRXacam/fm cas ONE STOP DENTISTRY
3702 NEWBERRY RD 373-4277
moped, 89 good condition, great sette,4spkrstinted wndwt, excellent Accepting new pts emerg.
J3.50 ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6PM r THEATRE transportation to campus, $300. 374- cond 1 owner cover&manual blue 5 Adult cleaning $30 child $20
4972. 2-2-5-8 speed $4250 371-1215 Judy. 2.7.5.9 ((4)wlsd) tee $325 ((3)wisd) tee $250

Cinema e 3 ((2)wisd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide
LOOK WHO'S TALKING (PC 12)) Honda Elite 150 3 months old with only 90 Colt 85. 5 door, a/c/ dependable, good Accept MC.V.AE. 2-28-19-11
Weekdays .500-71S.30: $3.00 matinee'$2,50 twilight show miles on It, mint condition. Financial cri condition, must sell. $2500 OBO. 376-
Sat a Sun..100-3: : 0-600.7.15-930: : Biting between 4-6 pm sis. I will deal. Call Jay 3368777.. 2.6- 0512 evening 2-9-6-9 TYPING
Cinema e 4 $2.75 senior citizens 6-8
STREETS (8) a children 3-12 88 Mitsubishi Mirage Excellent condition I
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SERVICESYOU
S.1.1 Sun WMkdiyt-515.. .1:15.3'15.5'15.7'15.11'15: : .1I.t5 $3.50 students evening (with I.D.) Cleanl Honda CM250 Custom, 1983.4k Silver am/fm stereo, great for students
mi, fairing cover helmet' like-new cond. $8200 obo. Kristen 371-1968 eves. 25-
THEATRES 1&2-11.00 ALL TIMES WRITE. WE TYPE
Easy parking on $650 obo. 2."
WAR OF THE ROSES (R) campua. 375-
Cinema 9 I sea SIS: 74S 1000 7189. 2-8-5-6 Business Legal Personal Reports
DAD (PC) TREMORS (PC13)SM : ) 1989 Bronco II, 6300 miles sport rims, Term Papera Typeset Resume Etc.
'kd.y.-S05-/20-945
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Sal a Sun. 200: :.4:30. 7:10.940 SOO 7.80930 1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc only 1600 many extras 13500. Call 376-2879 G'ville Handicapped Typing
Cinema, 5 2 HARLEM NIGHTS (R) miles comes with 2 helmets and saddlebags after 5:00: pm. 2-8-5-9 378-7179.
CROSS ANATOMY (PC-IS) III 44S 711: *M excel' cond. Call 375-8928 or 377- 4-30.75.12
Weekdays. .610'725.B4SSit. : srtFrtday 2014. $2400. 285.8 10 WANTEDLocal
.a 10.3:10.50.7:25.11:45: : : : : Midnight shows en Friday SMl'Mf Typing report business legal A

l.l4.M.l. HONDA REBEL 250, $650 obo, Call Jon resume cassette transcribed application .
3714409. 2-8-5-8 Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class letter notary ..tc. Available
SEE IF ULLL111111111111 Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzle's Fine 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 4-30-75-12
I Jewelry 373-9243. 4.30.75.10I

Typing $1.00 pg. min. 500. Reports
I Need ONE Airline/ Ticket FROM: Los
Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List.
Angeles CA or Ontario CA. TO: G'ville or WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4307512 -
Goto (70/K Tie FOLK at tke Jax. Call 3712025. Lv map, 2.5.5-10


WANTED 2 RUSH TICKETS for Jax show MICRO CENTER/ Typing 336-4936. Full
2-19. Floor seats only. Am In a state of & self service computing. Typing starts &
GREAT GAINESVILLE ROAD RACE agony. Will reimburse you well 372. 1.50/pg Resume $6 A Self service ..
3148. 2.8.5.10 resume $2.50/hr/ 15page. Laser

typeset graphics spell check theses
fe&ILDREWANCER COMIC BOOKS WANTED 1960-Present, paper special characters employ
while helPin'gLST Inc. nobody pays more for High Grade Silver ment database mallmerge training.
Age /In Gainesville. CALL 3727990. 2- WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 4-30-
1310.10 65-12
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WHAT: R c al BUYING, cash for your Football, Base ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect
ball, Basketball. Hockey. Call Dan 335- 0-edlt/proof/spell, all work guaranteed- ,
6413. 2.7-4.10 English B.A. Rlpp 376-3649. 21320.12
WHERE o rfGainesl4y1he H| $ / Plaza

11 SERVICESNW Typing Laser Typesetting
resumes reports letter etc.

Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave 376-5465 3500 W Univ Ave.
rider Oak Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from Alachua Word Processing. 2-12-20-12

fir $20, 10% disc. to student 332-8917. 4-
Stay tuned to as f more details.

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Thank to First Union Bank City of Gainesville The Gainesville Sun Addas.'Gol. The Fitness Shake Holiday Inn West Get confidential testing and treatment at Continued on next page.
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I TYPING SERVICESPut HELP WANTED PERSONALSPREGNANT PERSONALS PERSONALS


It In Writing. Fast, Accurate, Reliable Architecture student w/drafting skills ? Don't guess. Get Immediate 30% off most tennis racket 84 U buy or
Service. Master In English: Will correct needed to draw conceptual plan for redevelopment teat results from a reliable source even mail order, come to EZ Tennis. U I IFC TRAVEL GROUP>
spelling & edit 24-hrs 3731937. 2-9-6-12 by UF 371.7777 411 NW 15 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- must save with usl[ 34th St. Plaza 372-
St. 2.8-5.13 30.75.15 2257. 2-2-5-15 Cancun $299 .... Jamaica $299
Quicksilver WP ***MARDI GRAS $189 ***
24hr7day Pickup/ Del.EditProofSpellGuar College of' Education Student wanted 'for NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL?Get All racquetball racket 30% off I When others Climb Aboard The Party of your Life.
part-time retail sales.' Call 3757284. 2- low EZ Tennis will Give Limited
378-6515. 2-2-7- special student discounts on exams and go go lower. Space.
12 7-5.13 all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. u* a tryl 34 Street Plaza 3722257. 2-2-5- For more info/resv Call 5pm9pm.
3770881. 43075.15 15 332-9854 371-0089
Paying $125 to person w/lnfected cuts, 800-783-2262
Great Typing) English court
maj/ret., rptr
19 Excel. scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic Look Your Best Everyday! SALE 25% off on most shoes. Lots to
legal/medical
yes txper.
spellg/proofg/ From $1.25 Call Jill study. Blood test required. Call 331. Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for choose froml I B 4 U buy compare prices STUDY IN ISRAEL, Informational meetingon
377-9908. 2-28-24-12 5379. 22820.13 Info about the PERMANENT removal of" around town & see why our name Is EZ program, credit, cost, scholarships,
unwanted 'facial & body hair. 3744307. Tennis' 2.2.5.15 2/12/90.4.5/ p.m., 471 Granter, 3929247.
Need volunteers for a 2 week study of a
SCRIBE SERVICES ComputerLaserTyping 4.30.75.15 Wanted: Paul McCartney tix Atlanta Omni
new psoriasis medication. 3315379. 2-
Sportswear ladles & children 25%
Graphics, A Publication men
Editing 1410.13 Will pay $$$ Feb. 17 show Sat. call Mike
Design 818 W. Univ. Ave. 3776170. 2- STUDENTS GET CASH$ off. Great selection of tennis skirts, shorts, anytime at 395-8200. Leave msg. 2-5-4-
22-20-12 For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's shirt. EZ Tennis, 372-2257, 34 St. Plaza.
Fall 1990 openings 'for live-In graduateHall 372-1226. W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central 2-2-5-15 LEARN TO SINGI! rock, pop classical
Director A live-on Staff Resource
On-Campus Typing. $2 per page. Pick-up, City. 4-30.75.15 voice lessons. 1t.Fr.&Ger.dlctlon. Reasonable -
Assistants Housing. Hall Directors supervise Tennis ball now $1.88 limit 2 can*. At
and Del. avail. Most Fonts, Graphics, rat... Call Joe 3711544. 2-7-5-
Styles. Call 395-8424 Ask for Mike/lve 3-6 Resident Assistants in a hall SAVE ON RAYBANS EZ Tennis, our goal' I I. to sell lower than
mssg. 2-2-5-12 of 150-400 students Resource Assistants University, Optician anyone. B 4 U buy, check u* 372-2257. Lima, Peru
develop & facilitate programming & 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 2-2-5.15 Hotel Ace., Room w/bthkitch./
resources for residence life staff. Applicants 43068.15 Good location
Typing/Word Processing Quality depend- reasonableCall
able service Reasonable rates. Laser must be admitted to graduate Aerobic wear i I. still 50% off tights, lops, Mario 1(305)680-9715.( ) 275.15
printer, 377-8175 til 00pm.. 3-16-35-12 school, enrolled 'for 8.12 hours (preferably MEAL DEAL $2,89 dell sandwich specialw briefs; great prices on aerobic shoe also
In student personnel, counseling, or / 'free 16oz drink. BAGELS UNLIMITED 25% off. EZ Tennis 34th St. Plaza. 2.2. Free Haircuts
RESUME higher education), & have some organ 1620 W Univ. Open lam to 7pm. 2-9-13- 5-15 Models Needed
Same day, Next day ized group living experience. The begin Encore for Hair
Many Styles & Fonts. Editing.PC ning salary I I. $5400/nine month lest the Chief Engineer on Norweglen Ship wantsto 3775700Job
Lab, 17 St & Univ. 3726500. 2-7-5- cost of a 'furnished apartment ($50 a 15SPRING have Pen PALS, Preferably females.
12 month) which Include utilities, local telephone BREAKBahamas Write to Search Planning : Interview Coachingand

& basic cable service. Total academic 3nt $189, Jamaica 3nt $289, Ski G J Sampson, P.O.Box 65-1241, Miami, Resume Development. L.G. Greenling

Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near year compensation package:. Snowshoe WV 3nt $169 Key West 3nt 332651214.. 224.15 Career Marketing Consultant 3778707.
campus. Dependable, quality service. Approximately $6550. Application deadline $139. Extra nil avail. $39 hold ipotl
Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol : March 1, 1990. Apply to Norbert Breakaway Tour 377-6369. 2.19.19.15 your l 101? ?)? $@ *!@? aol( )@' Sol CLARISSA I called you Sybll-psch.
373-4464. 2-16-11-12 Dunkel, Housing Office 392.2181. Do you know these 7 word 7 You're 'from Mass. I'm 'from Jax. Can't talk
EEO/Affirmative Action Employer. 2.2.1. MARIE S. George Carlin live at O'Dome In class. How about dinner? Hannibal. 2-

13 HELP WANTEDAVON 13 If you were at Confetti' in Ft. Lauderdaleon Fri. Feb 2 8pm Tix available. 2.2-4-15

New Year' Eve, please call Karen 332- VALENTINE A JOCKSweatlru.tlwaterprool Tennis sweat pants 40% off;; all t-shirts
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Finance is
now hiring 3
accounting 30% off &
6577. more great savings at EZ Ten
375-8967 students to work part time Applicantsmust IMPORT ANTill 1111I11I1111I personal & medicalID. nis. For quality products, service, low
Runner-tested
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. have been accepted to the account. 2-2-5-15 A guaranteed $3.25 to prices..2-2-5-15
Benefits! Insurance. 4-30-75-13 Ing school. Contact Rex or Jon at 392. Synergistic Publ. POB 90066 GVL 32607.

1623. 2.15-10-13 HAND CRAFTED JEWELRY
Now accepting application 'for Resident .
Sunday Feb. 4th 1.00-500: : Ir-----------------
Counselor needed afternoons M-F for ,
Assistant position 'for the Fall Leonardo' Bagelville
i 1990 Semester, Application available children's enrichment program. Call 338- 1245 W. University. 225.15
at either the Homing Office or all residence 1278 for application. Leave address. 2-6- I

I hall area office Application 3-13 MEXICAN HAMMOCKS I I I I I I
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are due by 4:30: pm on Fri., Feb. 2 to the Sunday Feb. 4th 1005.00: t
Division of Homing Office. For further Lingerie Store looking for experienced retail Leonardo' Bagelville
Information contact the Staff & Student salesperson to become assistant 1245 W. 225.15 a I
University. c ..
Development Office it 3922161. 2-2- manager 20.30hra/week. Call 3736628. .

19.13 HELP FLORIDA'S WEARABLE ART I I I 'I I
Sunday Feb. 4th 1 :00-5:00Leonardo' a
A Plus Notes Are you an 'A' student, do CHILDREN I
Bagelville
you take excellent notes, would you liketo Professional 1245 W. i _
2-2-5-15
University 1 I = I
earn while you learn, If so then call CounselorsInvestigatorsPositions ; I I I I

3716954. We are still looking for students available throughout WARMUP SALEI!
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In the following classes: ADV 3501 North-Central Fla. Dept. of Health and
All suits sale '
APB 2150, APB 2151 AMH 2020 ANT Rehab Services seeking professional Nike warmup Adidas Head on, Le Coq now Sportlf featuring& 1 I I I I I I I
2149, ANT 2402, ANT 2410 ANT 3511, level staff for children's social service*. i
morel Also basic Russell &
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t lAST 1002, CAP 3802, CDA 3101 CHM Entry petition require BA/BS degree and tops $12.88 ea. Lloyd Clarke Sports pants 1504 I .I I I I ;. I
1020, CHM 1021, CHM 2040, CHM 2045, one year prof. toe. erv., nursing, or law NW 13 St. 2-2-5-15 I I I I I I
t CHM 2046, CLP 3144, COC 3110, COC enforce exp. Salaries tart at $18,300, I Q I
3400, COM 1000, COP 3110, COC 3400, negotiable based on experience. Excel Dear Sally:
COM 1000, COP 3110, EUH 2001, FIN lent benefits. Contact Recruitment 1000 LI !I

I moved to the Frederick Apts. What a 1 1 I t.xtIt I
3408, GEO 2200 GEO 2201, GEO 2420 NE 16 Ave, Bldg J, Gainesville Fl 32609. great place to livelll Let's be neighbors. I I I-6: : '" :z:
GEO 2500, GLY 1000 HIS 2464. ISM 9043365066. EEO/AA/VP Employer. They have 1 and 2 bdrs Avail. Now W/ r 2 i fti :; I

3011 ISS 2120, JOU 3100, LEI 3830 2-2-4-13 short term leases. Call them at 372.7555 an"m":
MGF 1202, MMC 2100, MMC 4200, PET or stop by (Close To Campus) 1130 SW I I I I i 2 I
I 3320, PHH 2101 PHI 2100, PUR 3000, Part time typist/proofreader 35 wpm with 16th Ave. Can't wait to see you. I
PUR 3101 REL 2001, REL 2240 RTV word star or equivalent exp. to assist amateur Richard. 1 f I
2100, SYG 2000, and SYG 2430. We are writer. Comm student preferred. 1 1 t I I I !I
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especially looking 'for ANT 2410, AST 3713424. 265.13 'COUNSELORS (male & female) for North : I
1002, COM 1000, and PET 3320. Call Carolina's finest. 8 week children' sum i I I I I C
371-6954 If Interested. BUSINESS mer camp. Cool mountain climate, good 1 1 I I
pay and great funl) Exp. not necessary For f i I i = :
Experienced Basketball Officials needed. 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS brochure/application/ : Camp Pinewood, .1 1 i o
$3.50 per hour semesterly raises 20205-1 N.E. 3rd Court, Miami, FL 33179. il
Come by Room 214-FLA Gym for Info or 2.12-7.15 1 !:
terminals & pc's, buy, sell,
call 392-0581. 2-2-8-13 trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY I 1 I I I I I i 5 II

CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 430. 1 I I
,EARN $35 75-14 THE EARLY ; I I I I I N Z4 I

This week for for 2 BIRD ;;
new donor plasma
donation on our new automated machine your Part-Time own Business.sales Opportunity Distribute or our Operate healthy I 1 I f I I I I r 0 tlI

*. Special bonus program each highly nutritious high fiber Phoenix PREPARE FOR 1 I I-'I I I "i II
month. Free refreshment, free parking. Weight Control Cookie. No experience I. '
Experienced staff serving you since 1969. necessary, Excellent Income potential.Call SPRINGMCAT II 14 I
Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 for info 9043389597. 2-2-5-14 I -I I I J I
SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8.7 Sat. I 11 I

82. 43073.13 TYPESETTING 0 Pro 300/1270 dpi laser I
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print on paper/film. Camera-ready! I I
*APPLICATORS* Mac/IBM. Florida Imagesetters 3760200. I
WE TRAIN FT/PT/ 2-2-5-14 I OFFICE USE ONLY I
I I I I I I Chg.I ( .
/ $9 hr finishers (non-union)
.4' $14 hr mgmt (entry level') Group for UF students of' alcoholic parentage DATOAT I 1 .1 I I I I Roo.CASHCK_ I
> By:
/ 'franchise available / 8wk I Feb.-March. Contact Marilyn

CALL TODAY 813-886-7151 372-6586/leave message by 2/2. 2-2-5- I I

2-28-22-13 14 I CLASSIFICATIONS (Ch.CIt'o"; .) '; RATES ::: > : I

Fundraising' Specialists:: 6wk train prog, 15 PERSONALSLADIES I _1. For Rent: 11.Servlcei (Circle one)
ft/pt, pleasant ph. voice, comm. during _2. For Rent: Unfurnished ='2.Typlnl Services I

training w/ mgmt start sal. (opt) 373- MAKE MONEYWe I -'. Mobile Hornet For Rerit/Sele _13. Help, Wanted 1 2 Day-...$4.00 7'00
I
,2,313, 9-3 M-F 21210.13 buy & sell good used clothing I -4. Sublease HouieApt.I. / _. 14. Business' Personals' 3 Days...9.00
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Roommates 1 _,5. Personals'
NOW
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Call Second Act. 373-8527. 4-30-75-15 I '
Scorekeepers needed 'for intramural basketball _e. For Sale' __'U Connections 4Deye.M11.00S0 1300 I
Immediately.' Call 392-0581 or Vuarnet/Carrera/Ray-Ban/Gator. Great I _7. Reel Estate 17. Notice IY.N
Come by room 214 of the Florida Gym 'for prlce-reg or rx sunglasses. The Optical _'. Motorcycles =,.. Rides Additional.. Days I
details. 2-5-5-13 Laboratory 316-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave. 1 4t KMPMN I -'. Autos 10. Pets 5Uo..eII I
block 'from Ala Gen. 43075.15 Cf NTf M _10. Wanted _2o. Lost* Found' _lays/_
Umpires needed 'for UF Intramural soft- .. .eeewose. _, aia.tCa lCMQLM I .
ball. $3.50/hr. Call or come by room 214 ft.-=uol..1MI wxe D MASTERCARD D VISA EXP. DATE: Addltlenal.. lines I
Vitamins
Natural Foods and
CALL DAY*.IVENi/0a t WEEKENDS I100eichllneeechdifI
Florida Gym 392-0581. 2.5.5.13 Birkenstock Sandals.Sunflower I CREDIT CARD I
Adds saes '_
Food
Health

Best PART Jewelry TIME HELP A Loan WANTED.523 NW Will 3rd train.Ave. 4-30.75.15 87 SW 34th St. 372-7482 377-0014 I I'c. I16 ______------------

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Ladies Protect Yourielll We tell Mace aTeargas. '
SWITCHBOARD 10%OFF with this ad. Best Jewelry 110Application. 45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yri. of FOUND: GM car key at East Loading Dock
332-0700. 24 Hre. Info/Referral.f > Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-4387. available In 129 Tlgert Hall. weekly Frl'i/Sun but tripi. Pets ok pkg 395-6293. 2-5-3-20
4-30-75-16 The deadline for application li Friday, trantported. GMG tram 338.7028 ((305))
We Buy Gold, cash checki & make loam Feb. 2. 4:30pm.: 2-2-5-17 2663788. 3-13-46-18 M.Black Cocker Spaniel Lost: He hat
NEED CASH Call the cash HOTLINE. on anything Beit Jewelry& Loan 523 NW St.FRANCIS HOUSE BENEFIT SPA black collar wI.liver studs and a red collar
371-GEMS. CASH FOR ANYTHING I 2-S- 3rd Ave. 371-GEMS. 2-5-5-16 GHETTI DINNER Sunday Feb 4 Catholic Co-driver for non-atop run N.Y. and/or that hat Winter Haven .ddr.... Hn name
5-16 Student Ctr. 1738 W Unlv.Av. 48pm. Boston-Must leave Feb12 Compensation ll Sebastian. Please Call 373-9883 ask for
Sell me your class rings & broken chains $3/adt.$1/chlld. HELP Gvl'a HOME. negotiable-call 6 to 9. 332-4307. 2-2-2- Cathy. 2-5-3-20
Student Loan S. Financial' Aid-No one refused we pay more for Jewelry In good lhape. LESS. 222.17 18
with good collateral. EZ terms Best Best Jewelry ft Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. LOST: Jan 23, ladies wallet In Health Center
Jewelry & Loan 371-GEMS. 2-5-5.18 371-4367. 2-5-5-16 GET READY FOR MIDTERMSWP5.0 19 PETSBOA Contained ring of sentimental value.
Reward ottered. 392.5900 (Dr. James). 2-
123, DOS More$19.95PC
TOP CASH FOR GOLD tllver-dlamonds- 22 yr old male student wants to meet other LAB 17th ft Unlv 3728500. 2-7-5-17 CONSTRICTOR 11011001110 6-3-20
IIC New or used or broken. Best Jewelry male student for discreet relationihlp
& Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371-4387. 2-5- Write P.O. Box 00034 G'vllle FI 32607. captive born baby 332-9165 eves and FOUND: let of keys at CSE Library on
5-16 9-21-5-16 Agricultural Opportunities in weekend 2-8-5-19 1/29 call to ID. 395-8209 Iv. menage.

CHECK CASHING. no ID required. FREE EYE EXAMS, contact lenses, eye disease PEACE 20 LOST Eat FOUND 2-6-3-20
Found gold ID Bracelet Call Nichol at 395-
MONEY ORDERS. Best Jewelry & Loan treatment. 28 yean exp. Dr. J. Beckum
523 NW 3rd Ave. 3714367. 2-5-5-18 optometrlit. 817 W Unlv Ave. 376-1288. 8480. 2-6-3-20
CORPSFilm Finders Keepers?
FAST CASH FOR FAST TIMES Best Friendly Straight looking for computer-In If you find something you can place a Lost Kitten Dark Stripe Tabby NW 2nd Ave
Jewelry & Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave. 371. hibited person for project, course work, & dlicuulonw/returned volunteer FREE ad In this notion. Be kind to someone ft 18th St. Please Call Sam 3381404. 2-
GEMS. 2-5-5-16 ipreadiheet! PC Lab 372-6500.2-7-5-16 Wed. 2/7/ 7pm, McCarty G-086 who lost what you found. Call 373- 6-3-20
For more Info Call 392-1845. 2-6-3-17
Found: F black lab w/red collar & out of
FIND.PROTECT state rabies tag found at corner of 13th &
I Univ., call to ID. 335.6118 Iv. mig. or 377-
U"jUI.'fS nzh O O By Doyle IStwmckyPETE 9534 before 9 am. 22.320


YOURSELF Found: Wallet belonging to Alice Shu. Call
HE Y8 OW{.! WAT* Linda at 3959536. 22.320
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tow HIM ABOUT Don't be dangerously Lost: gold bracelet with rope link, hollow
e wwrlM 00ONW A HAL MILS BACK... uninformed. Learn all bar across front, sentimental value!
of
you Please lookl Ruth 335-9050. 2-7-5-20
was can about AIDS now.
FOUND: Large female black cat with white
+ FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL pawl near 5th Ave and NW 15th St. 371-
North Central Florida 4416. 2-5-3-20

AIDS NetworkF FOUND: Engagement ring lit Central' City
((904)) 372-4370 Friday night Jan 28. Call 3734639. 2-2-
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GATORSfrom days of competition.The 7-2 centercan ROUNDUPfrom November and Holly Danforth not have a player ranked in the
page 20 improve his stock or decreaseit beat Lady Hurricane Jami nation's top 50. Verbruggen Is
through his performance in the page 20 Yonekura in three sets at the ranked 10th in the South region
Classic. tion in its first three matches,travels Gator Fall Classic in October.In Yonekura is llth Rona Daniels is
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Schintzius, considered the top to Miami on Saturday for a dual doubles action of October's 17th, Iversen is 21st and Erika
Former Gator Dwayne senior prospect at the center position meet against the 15th-ranked Lady Classic Yonekura and Paula Winston is 29th.
Schintzius has accepted an invita- could decide to skip the clas- Hurricanes.The Iversen defeated UF's teams of Miami is 4-1 heading into a meet
tion to participate in the All-Star sic, like last season's top Danforth-Cathy Goodrich and Far against 10th-ranked Oklahoma
two teams already fa-
Classic in Orlando in April. prospects. miliar with each other. UF's are Andrea ley-Amy Alcmi before losing to theGators' State today.

The classic sponsored by the Spokesmen said Schintzius is Farley defeated Miami's Nicole Arendt and Jillian Alligator writers Sharon. Ginn. ,
Alexander in the finals.
NBA, invites 25 of the top seniors still eligible despite his status with Mariette Verbruggen 6-3 6-0) in Guerry Smith and Joseph Todd contributed ,-
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SPORTSI

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Gators seek to end streak by shattering Glass

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"In the end, we were having to point at (Glass) as I am the team," DeVoe said. "He forward Dwayne Davis, the last member of
By DAN STIFFLER guys and say'OK,you have to play him now,' got 33 (points) last night and they didn't UF's once-vaunted front line.
Alligator Staff WriterIt Gators interim coach Don DeVoe said win." The 6-7 junior openly criticized DeVoe's
is conceivable the UP basketball team about UFs last matchup with Ole Miss. The Gators also seek to score off their slow-down offense after the Alabama loss
could be outscored by one player this week- "Gerald Glass is a great basketball player." defense, and DeVoe said the team will needto To compound the problem Davis had to
end when it faces Mississippi at 1:30: p.m. in The Rebels enter the game with a 6-12 get into the offensive scheme before the adjust his style of play for the new offense,
the O'Connell Center. overall record, 3-6 in the Southeastern Con 45-second shot clock gets below 10. which has him handling the ball away from
When the Gators faced the Rebels backon ference after a 79-77 loss to No. 14 Louisiana These issues were discussed by DeVoe the basket."I .
Jan. 2, forward Gerald Glass rang in the State on Wednesday. Glass scored 33 points with the team in a hour-long meeting before appreciate him everyday,"DeVoe said
new year with his own fireworks, scoring 37 against LSU on 15-of-27 shooting.But practice Thursday, a meeting DeVoe said "We're putting him in a position where he
points and hauling down eight rebounds while Glass has been a one-man the team needed. never ever played before and he has to
despite having a pulled hamstring. wrecking machine, his teammates have "We're just trying to make sure we are on understand he can score from that position,
And the 6-foot-7 senior did so despite the been far from spectacular. Glass averages the same wavelength," DeVoe said. "It's and the team, more importantly, can score."
presence of former Gators Livingston Chat- 24.9 points a game while the rest of the four important for us to discuss all aspects of our The Gators had the opportunities to score
man and Dwayne Schintzius.By Rebels starters average only 25 points. The team and our program.We had to talk about against the Crimson Tide, but failed to hit
contrast, UF, with its version of the main contribution comes from 6-7 freshman some goals." the open shots. But DeVoe said he is not
slow-down offense, didn't score its 37th forward Joe Harvell ((10.9 ppg). One of the goals this weekend is to enda concerned when the shots don't fall but
point against Alabama on Tuesday night And it is the supporting cast surrounding five-game conference losing streak, and rather with the quality of the shots.
until 1:24: remained in the game one the Glass that worries DeVoe. the frustration of the losing streak seems to
Gators lost 5744. "I'm not concerned as much about him be affecting the players-one in particular, see Gators, page 19


Ratledge could break

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record vs. Ole MissBy


and they don't believe it. All we
GREGG DOYEL
want is to win."
Alligator Writer
But for her first two seasons, the
For years Camille Ratledge has victories didn't come as often as
given. Now, she's giving and re- they have in the past two. After
ceiving. compiling a 21-34 mark from 1987to
After two years of laboring for 1988, the Lady Gators have improved e 5
..the designated punching bag of the to 26-22 over the last two
Southeastern Conference, she has seasons,with Ratledge dishing outI a l t
seen the UF assists at re-

ketbal1 women's basR pace cord-breaking the whole
atledge needs
give a way.
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shots of its own nine assists for the A dribbling i'
this season. definition of the
That's be- mar k. word unselfish, / t\.
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cause the se- Ratled2'e has \
nior point guard chooses not/ to never averaged more points than "'.'.
shoot the ball.Ratledge assists in a single season since ALLIGATOR PHOTO
needs only nine as- arriving on the UF campus four Senior guard Camille Ratledge (left) could become the Southeastern Conference's all-time leading
sists, right at her per-game aver years ago from Bradley, Tenn. In scorer Saturday.career .
age of 9.5, to become the SEC's fact, her season assist totals have steal list with 220. But it's out style to the hardcourt, either. the flair usually shown only by
all-time assist leader. She can do more than doubled her point production wins, not records, that she's after. The normally giving Ratledge big-time scorers.
that Saturday in a 4 p.m. game at in three of her four years. Once upon a time, contrary to hogged MVP honors, not only in Included in her bag of gifts are
the O'Connell Center against Ole But Ratledge can score when what her career 4.0 pointsagameaverage basketball, but for the track and those of the behind-the-back and
Miss called upon, as her game-high 14- would suggest, the USA Softball teams, too. She was a soft- no-look variety, which occasion-
And to tell the truth, Ratledge point outburst against a sagging Today high school All-American ball all-area selection in Tennes- ally catch an unsuspecting team
couldn't care less. Georgia defense last month will was the go-to girl on her Bradley mate by surprise.

"Honestly, I really don't worry attest. Central prep team, the one her see.But now Ratledge contents her- "When Camille has the ball, be
'. about records," she said when she Ratledge, who owns the UF squad looked to when it needed self with dishing out more assists ready at all times," Lady Gators
became the SEC's No. 4 all-time game, season and career assist re- points. than anyone in UF history man leading scorer Sophia
assist leader. "I tell people that, cords,also sits atop the Lady Gator And she didn't confine her all- or woman and she does it with Witherspoon quipped.


. Swim teams meet FSU; UF runners at Millrose Games I


The UF swimming diving teams,com this meet more of an opportunity to preparefor Ferguson and former Gators diver Megan Peters.
ing off a tough meet against Tennessee,will the Southeastern Conference Champion- Neyer will headline the event. Neyer, arguably Competing for the Lady Gators will the
face a better-than-average Florida State ships that will be held in three weeks. the best female diver in collegiate his mile relay unit of MonifaTaylor,Anita How-
team this weekend. But Coach Randy Reese "Everybody will get to swim,"he said. "I'll tory, is the only diver to win the 1and ard,Tasha Downing and Kim Mitchell.The
... doesn't think the competition with the Sem- be able to see where everyone is at this 3-meter NCAA titles four years in a row. unit recorded a school-record time of
inoles will be much of a contest at all. stage." Also diving on Saturday will be ex-Gators 3:38.15: in the event at the Bud Light In-
"If it is," Reese said, "I'm going to start The FSU meet should be a nice break for Debbie Fuller and Leisa Johnsen; Tommy vitational last week. Howard also will run
worrying a lot more than normal." the Gators,who swam against two top teamsin Lemaire, a Belgian Olympian in 1984 and the 55 dash, while Taylor will compete in
the past few weeks. Both the UF men and 1988; and all of UF's current divers: Jason the 55 hurdles.
women lost to Texas two weeks ago, and Thompson, Tara Justice, Cristina Cabrera The rest of the men's squad will compete
AROUND last weekend, the teams split with Tennessee and Tami Schubert. Saturday at the Michigan State Relays in
SPORTS with the Lady Gators winning. Runners off to Millrose GamesSix East Lansing, Mich. The remainder of the
Divers take the plungeA members of the UF men's track team women's team will be in Bloomington, Ind.,
UFs third-ranked women ((12-1)) and llth- diving exhibition will be held Saturday and four women's runners will represent the for Friday and Saturday's Indiana Invitational. -
ranked men ((7-4)) will take on FSU on Sat after the men's basketball game to celebratethe Gators this weekend at the 83rd Millrose .
urday at 11 am in the O'Connell Center. reinstatement of the UF diving program. Games,which begin today in New York City. Women's tennis team at Miami
They will face the unranked Seminoles World-class as well as current UF divers will The men's entries are senior Mark Ever The third-ranked UF women's tennis
"IIwomen( 8-4, men 6-3)) -a team Reese said perform at the exhibition, which is scheduled ett ((500 meters), sophomore Tyrone Kemp team, which has ravaged in-state competisee -
has improved since last year. to begin at 4 p.m. at the pool. ((400)) and the 3,200 relay team of Sean 1920.AWGATOR
'NeV'erthele'ss, Reese ia'id': he considers U.S. national three-meter champion Kent Belgrade,Lewis Lacy,Todd Orvis and Scott Roundup, page