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SG to register

lry, N, ,A5'k
o 0 students for

local electionsBy

4 4S <
Alligator Writer

If you've been meaning to vote in Alachua
County, but never had time or knew whereto
register, then take heart.
Student Government officials plan to
make things easier for you by holding a
voter registration drive on campus this
Volunteers will be registering people at
five locations on campus
Feb. 6 through
Feb. 9 from 8:30: a.m. Q Cp
until 4 p.m., said Robert S I
'" Singer, SG's com- C
"' .<" ,t1 munity affairs cabinet
,. .. .
'.> > director.
People who register -
," before Feb. 12 will MARCH 13
; be eligible to vote in Gainesville's city com
1 ,
: ,' mission elections March 13 if they live
',i. ; within one of the two districts where seats

)$'A :, are being contested.
< Commission seats that are up for grabsare
in District 2, which includes the Student
; : Ghetto and northern Gainesville and Dis-
: '': >',
:: r trict 3, which includes the campus voting
precinct and southwest Gainesville.

"Our goal is just to increase student par-
ticipation in local government,"Singer said.
"I'm hoping that we can register 3,000 peo-
ple. I think that would be a nice, attainable

Students will be able to register for the
first time-or change their registration to
Free falling local precincts at booths near the Holland
the Reitz Union Colonnade
Law Center
UF diving coach Donny Craine drives his bicycle off the 10-meter diving platform during an exhibition Saturday.The Turlington Hall, Matherly Hall and
exhibition featured current and former Gator divers.
see Register, page 12

State may pay thousands toward fitness center 'II

sification of instruction." O'Connell Center." But unlike the O'Connell Center "Sports clubs on campus are
By GEOFF BOUCHER The center will be run by SG and The O'Connell Center was run board, student members hold the pretty scrunched for space and
Alligator Staff Writer financed by the Activity and Ser- by Student Government when it majority of seats in the new some of them are in some pretty
Student Government may save vice Fee, the $4.60 per-credit-hour was established in 1981 but it center's group. sad facilities right now," Bowles
as much as$400,000 a year if state charge tacked onto tuition costs. slowly came under the direction of Former Student Body Treasurer said. The multi-purpose area will
legislators decide programs at the The charge, which will\ jump to administrators who scheduledmore Alan Levine, who was active in the give some room to clubs, like the
new recreation center are part of $4.75 in the fall, pays for SG's op- and more classes at the facility center's planning, said a student martial arts club."
UF's educational services, a UF erating costs, intramurals, the cutting into student recreation voice in the facility's operation will He said the second floor will
administrator said last week. Reitz Union and other activities. time. Bowles, who was hired five prevent an invasion of classes. house a life-style appraisal room,
All maintenance and utility costsat The A&S fee also was supposedto months ago to coordinate the "Students really lost out with the where students fill out question
the center could come from state pay for all phases of the center's center's preparation said the new O'Connell Center, and the reason naires, take fitness tests and get a
funds instead of from student ac- operation, but the attempt to list facility will\ not turn into another was because they didn't do any computer printout summarizingtheir
tivity fees said Ed Poppell, admin the facility as an educational build classroom. thing to keep it," Levine said. "It exercise needs.
istrative affairs associate vice ing could transfer maintenanceand "Students pay the fees and that's won't happen with the new centeras The third floor will feature a
president. Poppell said the $5.5 utility costs to a state fund. what operates this building" long as students sit down with 4,700-square-foot weight room
million center scheduled to open Recreation center Director David Bowles said. "All the classes we'll administrators and establish what with rowing machines stationary
March 1991 might qualify for the Bowles said the center may haveto offer will be free non-academic the facility is for and stick to it." bikes and stair machines. The
extra cash if legislators define the host an academic course to get classes. There's no fee; these The first.level of the three-floor floor also will house two aerobics
intramurals held there as a form of the money. aren't leisure courses or anything. building will have eight racquetball rooms.
teaching. There might be a trade-off like Students already have paid for courts, including two with a correction
"Student Government could scheduling a racquetball course ina these classes when they paid their full glass wall and a viewing room.It .
save a substantial amount of low-use time or something like fees." also will have two squash courts Former baseball\ player and
money with the building" Poppell that," Bowles said. "But the pur- Both the O'Connell Center and and a multi-purpose area with an manager Pete Rose has admittedto
said. "It's impossible to predict pose of this building is to provide the new facility are directed by an undersize basketball court, a volleyball gambling on football games. The
((legislators) at this point,but intra recreation for students. We don't advisory board comprised of students area and space for sports Alligator reported otherwise in a
murals has been part of their das- want to. get t, clpseo) out like, (the faculty,and administrators. clubs. photo caption on this page Friday.
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FA.1MERY! 5.1990 NEWSJ

Groups protest weapons lab contract they completed a rehabilitation program. i
Some student organizations will protest the University Deb Fiddelke, Government Liaison Committee
of California's management contract with two chairwoman, said the proposal singles out students in

national nuclear laboratories, the Daily Nexus the war on drugs. "It sends the message to people
reported. across the state that college students are the whole

Campus groups Labwatch, Associated Studentsand problem, and that's not true."

Beyond War will dispute the five-year contract up J Official student vote proposedA RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
tor renewal in September 1990 The nuclear Nebraskan senator introduced a legislative
laboratories in Livermore and Los Alamos, Ca., are resolution to provide an official vote for a student -'. H"ppI! Hou. Dal/,3-'t/ :
the only two laboratories in the United States developing regent on the Nebraska Univeristy Board of Regents, GRtAt FOOt)>> brg..rit.NI9h. M tilJ: t1.1d1

new nuclear weapons. the Daily Nebraskan reported.The Nlgraj r,, .. .U
Labwatch member David Braun said lab officialsare three student representatives on the board 'SPECIAttY DRINKS Couples Night 11,1110d'84, Ii

unwilling to reveal facts about the laboratories. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the University GOODtiME5: Rum Night thrifts,,'
The labs certainly enjoy hiding behind the cloaks of of Nebraska at Omaha and the University of Sup.Su"d"y'. S.s,0:3CW i

the UC, and the effect is that they don't let the facts Nebraska Medical Center cannot vote officially,
out," he said. state Sen. Scott Moore said. "The regents can ignorethe 1017 West University Avenue
Gainesville, Florida 904/376-8899
J Students oppose drug plan students."

University of Nebraska.Lincoln student leaders say With the new proposal, the governor would appointone
they will oppose a proposal to suspend students con of the three student regents to serve as a voting

victed of drug-related offenses from public collegesand member.
universities, the Daily Nebraskan reported. -USE FISHER THE MOSTEYEGLASS

According to Gov. Kay Orr's proposal, the bill correctionThe
would require students enrolling in any state-sup FOR YOUR664,
ported institution to acknowledge they are aware of Student Government Elections Commissionhas
the law, A first conviction would require" students to fined the Today party a total of$62 and the Vision

enter a rehabilitation program. After a second conviction party $85. The Alligator reported otherwise on page 5 DOLLAR
students would be suspended from school until Friday.

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Key Division Director positions. Applications Stephenson at 3774884. today at 3 in Weimer Hall Room
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African-Americans: The Societyfor meditation Tuesday at noon and 7:30: For Kids' Sake needs teams and 7 am 9 pm from campusSat.

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City pension plan divides District 2 candidates I

By BLAKE FONTENAY issue in the race Chestnut said. explain his position against the pension plan. Therefore, someone who retires after the
Alligator Writer "There are lots of issues in this race," True to his word Howard tied all the minimum of 20 years is entitled to 40 percentof
Chestnut said. "There are lots of answers to questions he received their final earnings during retirement.
For the first 58 minutes of a one-hour city needs for this community." at the first forum to the pension
"That plan is too expensive and it preventsthe
commission candidate forum last week, incumbent Howard who taught finance CQ plan, which allows city employees city from offering other services," How
Mayor-Commissioner Cynthia insurance courses at the College ] S ees to retire after 20 years of ard said.
Chestnut appeared calm and poised. of Business Administration O service regardless of their age.
She watched dispassionately as retired from 1955 until last May disagrees ,GC' Forty people under age 45 But Chestnut, who joined the commissionin
UF professor William Howard her lone opponent and is running his cam have retired under the plan since 1987, said a committee already is review.
in the District 2 race, hammered his paign on that issue alone. its inception in 1985, Howard ing the benefits and drawbacks of the plan.
fist on the table and sharply criticized the And Howard who served on said in an interview before the "I 1 consider myself a real fiscal conservative
pension plan for city employees.Then the city commission from 1977 MARCH 13 forum.The plan's formula for setting ," Chestnut said. 'The city is looking at
as she made her closing statement, until 1980 said he won't be campaigning pensions gives retirees 2 its pension plan...We are taking a slow,
a hint of irritation crept into Chestnut's actively or accepting contributions percent of their final] salary multiplied by the methodical look at the plan."
voice. but will attend all candidate forums to number of years they worked for the city.
see Candidates, page 11
The pension plan should not be the only

Four rap acts

to perform at

UF Feb. 28By

f ...1A

Alligator Writer

Rob Base Doug E. Fresh, De La Soul] and N
LTrimm will perform at the O'Connell Center
Feb.28 at 8 p.m. as part of Black History Month. i
Student Government Productions and the
Black Student Union worked together to bring
the four groups to UF, said SGP Chairman Raul
Mateu."It < I
is a great show for all students on cam :
pus," Mateu said. "Basically we've got three :'w : ('
headliners and one opener in one show."
Tickets go on sale this Thursday at 9:30: a.m. j I ;;1. '' .' ,"
at the University Box Office and TicketM- ?
aster locations. The cost is$7 for students who
must bring a fee card and picture ID, and $13
for the general] public, plus a $1 service charge.
Students can buy an unlimited number of tick
ets as long as they bring a fee card for each +Mww ..P..P.AA .P.e
one, Mateu said.
Mateu also is reserving bloc seating of at
least 15 seats for any student group on campusor
any group of students. The deadline to apply
for block seating is tomorrow at 4 p.m. in Reitz
Union Room 301.
He said the bloc seating will be arranged on SUZETTTE COOK ALLIGATOR i
a first-come, first-served basis. The lower Comedian George Carlin entertains 5,000 with his own "official language policy" at the O'Connell Center Friday night.Carlin's .

bleachers in the O'Connell Center will be re-
served for bloc seating, but floor seats will be
reserved for individual ticket sales. act receives mixed reviewsBy
"If you're struggling to get 15 people together

you may be better off buying individual USE FISHER Instead, Carlin discussed rape, prostitution perform too ]long."
seats," Mateu said. feminism and single-interest Blair used music to relive the '80s.
Rob Base will be the last act in the show, Alligator Writer
groups that try to censor speech. "John Cougar has a thought and he writesa
performing songs from his new album "The Not everyone who left the O'Connell "Lots of institutions want to control song about it," Blair said before begin
Incredible Base." He is well known"for his hit Center Friday night after the George your ]language," he said. "The govern ning his version of the singer's "Small
with DJ. E-Z Rock "It Takes Two, from the Carlin concert left laughing. ment controls your language because Town."

1988 "It Takes Two" record. Following opening act Dennis Blair they say things are secret.The same with "I was born in a small town"Blair sang."I .
"Rob Base will finish the show with" eight who entertained an audience of more religion only they say it is sin." could have been born in a big town,
dancers, three DJ's and four singers Mateu than 5,000 with parodies of popular Carlin said World War I soldiers suffered but I wasn't."

said.De La Soul members Posdnous, Trugoy and songs Carlin used his own "official] lan from simple, honest shell-shock. Imitating Rod Stewart Blair sang "If
known for their psyche- guage policy" to speak out against censored But Vietnam veterans exhibited post- you want my body and you think I'm
P.A. Pasemaster Mase speech, abuse of the environmentand traumatic stress disorder. "If the painweren't sexy you must be completely blind."
delic style, also will perform.
rap the government buried under the jargon the Viet- Carlin's humor wasn't all political] ei-

formed five years ago in Amityville, "Some people want to shut you up nam veterans might have gotten the attention ther. He spent about 40 minutes talking
Long Island, and their album "3 Feet High andRising" tell you how to talk" Carlin said. "You they needed at the time" he said about the difference between dogs and
hit the Billboard album chart last year. can talk about them, but you can't joke above audience applause.But cats.Later
Doug E. Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew will about them. some who came to see Carlin said he said he could never be an
from their albums The World's For 90 minutes Carlin avoided jargon they had a better time listening to the organ donor because he would be afraid
Greatest Entertainer" and "Oh My God!" that he said has become too common in guitar-playing] Blair who performed for that paramedics wouldn't] help him afteran
the United States."Language about 35 minutes. accident. "No, this guy doesn't need
Fresh "Cut Professor" Barry Bee and "Cut you will not be hearing When Blair strummed the opening to any oxygen" Carlin said, imitating a par-
Mix-Mystro" Chill Will formed the Get Fresh tonight includes 'game plan,' 'hopefully an REO Speedwagon tune and substituted amedic. "He's not going to save me. He's
Crew in high school and have played togetherever 'scenario,' 'kickback' and 'mellow out'" the line "I got it from a friend" for working for parts!"
since. Carlin said. "We definitely will not inter "I heard it from a friend," the audience Most of Carlin's act however,targeted
face. I will not share anything with you. cheered. words. Terms like "skinhead" "nigger,"
LTrimm composed of Tigra and Bunny D, No caring, preventing or nursing. We The first guy was really good and very "turkey" and "greaser" are better than
will open the show. The band made the Top 40 definitely will not spend any quality entertaining," psychology graduate student "soft bushy"jargon which masks reality,
last year with the song "Cars With The Boom," time." Sandy Diaz said. "And he didn't he said.MONDAY.
from its debut album "Grab It."

4.AI 1 A'dk MONDAY.F bIZbAY 5.1904 .


demand democracyMOSCOW in manufacturing? Join over 150 other students from en.

protesters gineering, computer science, and business in a multidisciplinary
(UPI) An estimated 200,000 Soviets revolution. manufacturing program at
marched to the Kremlin Sunday in one of the largest "If peaceful revolution fails, we shall have to makea
rallies in Moscow since the 1917 revolution and heard different one," Chubal said. GEORGIA TECH
demands that the nation's leadership open talks with "The Communist Party is in the way of democratization -
the informal democratic opposition and abolish the The Communist Party, like the Berlin Wall,
Excellent opportunities for study and research in all phases of manu
Communist Party's monopoly on power. stands in the way of democracy, he said.
On the eve of a momentous Communist Party Economist Gavril Popov and historian Yuri facturing. Courses and research address intelligent design, sensors
Central Committee plenary meeting that promises to Afanasyev two household names of radical and actuators, cell control, communication and networks, system
result in a housecleaning of hardliners, Muscovites perestroika, called for the government to open round design, supervisory control, planning and scheduling, AI/ES/ and
carried placards demanding that party stalwart Yegor table talks with the Social Democratic Association.The much more.Financial .
Ligachev be fired from the ruling Politburo. SDA is the umbrella organization of 12 large,
"Gorbachev, yes. Ligachev, no," one sign read. informal Moscow political reform groups born in 1987
from all
for students
is available engineering
Beginning from a snow-covered field near Gorky when Mikhail Gorbachev called for people to get Aid top
Park, the demonstrators, many carrying royalist and involved in politics. disciplines,computer science, and business. For more informa-
anarchist flags, wound through the center of Moscow, Many speakers openly mocked Ligachev the tion,contact:
walking through eight-lane traffic underpasses former spokesman for communist ideology who has Dr. Leon F. McGinnis, Director
cleared by fur-hatted, blue-uniformed police on a been demoted to overseer of agriculture, a kiss-of- Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems ProgramA.
3-mile route to Red Square. The news agency Tass death post in a nation of bad harvests. French Building, Suite 225 Georgia Institute of Tcchnolgy
and maverick populist Boris Yeltsin both estimatedthe The rally began with a minute's silence for those
Atlanta,GA 30332-0406
size of the crowd at 200,000 people. the opening speaker called the victims of perestroika:
The crowd, with the militia in front, was funneled the dead in Tbilisi, the Armenians slaughtered in 404-894-5562;
down Gorky Street, the 150-foot-wide shopping street pogroms in Sumgait and Baku and Azerbaijanianskilled
leading toward the Kremlin. In front was a small red in the Soviet army's storming of the Azebaijani
police car with blue stripes clearing the way with a capital on Jan. 20. The crowd, removing their hats, The Gentleman of
loudspeaker politely asking,"Comrades,make room." bared their heads in near freezing cold.It .
The most vocal pro-perestroika reformers spoke, ended with an address to a hushed crowd by one
their calls resounding through the square from of the most beloved of all Russians, retired Gen.
Kappa AlphaWelcome
loudspeakers.In Matvei Shapashnikov, who refused to open fire on
the crowd, representing the spectrum of political Russian workers who went on strike in 1962 in the
opinion,bobbed the flags of popular fronts from almostall city of Novocherkask.The .
the Soviet Union's republics, the blue-white stand- upcoming Central Committee meeting is the
ard of the Moscow Popular Front and several portraitsof most vital of Gorbachev's five years in power. In many
the last czar Nicholas II. ways, the crowd was banging on an open door. A draft All Women of U.F.
Igor Chubal, a radical Communist and candidate for democratic program to be discussed at the meeting
the Moscow Soviet in the March local elections, said calls for doing away with Article 6, making the com-
Sunday's crowd was so big it could storm the dreaded munists contend for political power in a multiparty
Lubyanka, KGB headquarters, or the Winter Palace system. Little Sister
like the Bolsheviks did in seizing power in the 1917

. Five Israeli tourists killed in bus attackCAIRO I

Egypt (UPI) A bus carrying Israeli grenades and light weapons to attack the bus. RUSH
tourists was attacked Sunday by unidentified gunmen "The people inside the car opened fire," the radio
oustside Cairo killing five people and wounding at said. "It appears they also got on and threw hand
least nine others, police said. grenades."
Egyptian police and Israeli authorities said the The bus, owned by the Egyptian company Santa
Egyptian bus carrying tourists from Israel was riddled Maria, was taking tourists from the Israeli border Feb 6,7 & 8. Come by anytime.
with bullets by unknown assailants some 37 miles east crossing of Rafah to Cairo when the attack occurred
of Cairo. about midway between Cairo and the Suez Canal the Dinner (5:30) Parties (7:30)
"Five Israeli tourists were killed in the attack," a radio said.
police spokesman in Cairo said."There have also been The owner of Ofakim tour company said 31 pas-
some wounded. Four are in a serious condition and sengers had left on the bus for an eight-day excursion.
at least five are in a stable condition. All the injuredare The Israeli Foreign Ministry immediately formedan
believed to be Israeli tourists." emergency team Army Radio reported. The
$ ] 001st
"Unknown gunmen attacked the bus, fired bulletsat Foreign Ministry asked the army to have a plane readyto
it, and then sped off in a light green Peugeot car," fly to Cairo to bring back the wounded.An .
the Interior Ministry spokesman said. Israeli Army Radio reporter, who was a pas-
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for senger on a second tour bus, said he saw the bus on Place AwardStudent
the attack.In the side of the road.The windows were blown out and
Jerusalem, Army Radio said the gunmen used wounded passengers were being taken away.

Health Services, the Infirmary, is
. Florida revenue director criticizes raid I undergoing Changes externally as well as

TALLAHASSEE (UPI) Suspended revenue director undue pressure on investigators from Gov. Bob Mar internally that will improve the efficiency and qualityof
Katie Tucker said the after-hours raid of her office tinez, who plans to seek Tucker's ouster during health care to students. We are looking for a
by state investigators last week might be part of an Tuesday's Cabinet meeting.
effort to falsify evidence against her. Martinez and the Cabinet, who share oversight of logo that will represent this new Image.
Agents of the Florida Department of Law Enforce- the revenue department, suspended Tucker Jan. 23 Entries must:
ment, investigating reports Tucker used her positionas following an FDLE report on her handling of a tax
1. Be submitted
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executive director of the Department of Revenueto investigation of Donald Resha, a Tallahassee shopkeeper on paper
hound a political enemy of her husband, took a who once opposed Miller in a bitter union 2. Contain Name, address, and phone number
typewriter and several envelopes full of documentsfrom election. 3. Be turned in to the Office of Quality
the office Friday night. The FDLE found no criminal wrongdoing by Tucker
Angered by the raid, Tucker showed up with her but said she personally caused Resha's stores to be Assurance, Infirmary Trailer
husband Dan Miller at the newsroom of the Tallahassee audited. Resha has filed a $4 million defamation suit 4. Logos must be camera ready
Democrat the next day, the newspaper reported against her.
Sunday Miller is president of Florida AFLCIO."I .
On Thursday,a clipped-up piece of paper was foundon ,
what to set in the
worry they were doing me up
files. I will always wonder."Tuckertold the newspaper. the desk of Tucker's secretary bearing the initialsof For further information please contact 392-1161 ext. 283
Sam D. Alexander the
"For them to take all those records out of there,there's deputy revenue director
the possibility that a lot of sensitive information on prompting speculation someone might have been
taxpayers could end up public.So far everything that's trying to fabricate evidence. Why did the chicken

ended up with them has ended up in public." Tucker had visited her offices the prior evening,
She added that"there is nothing to stop people from but denied any knowledge of the mysterious slip of cross the road?
planting something in the files either trying to paper. To get a copy of The Alligator!
protect me or trying to do me in." The governor's office then ordered the locks ..-/I it..
FDLE spokesman John Joyce denied there was any changed and denied Tucker access without an escort. _



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Local liberal views

eased integrationBy

KEVIN T. COTTON tions were integrated early, (the
Alligator WriterIn city) has found that it is not always
easy. Country clubs and churchesin
1958, George H. Starke enrolled Gainesville for the most part are e
in UFs law school, becom- still segregated. Most blacks still
ing UFs first black student-four live in fairly segregated neighborhoods a

years before James Meredith inte- and (Gainesville's) schools .x
grated the University of Missis- still experience racial friction."

sippi. No National Guard troops William Simmons, director of
were called out to escort Starke as the Institute of Black Culture,

they did for Meredith. No inci- agrees with Button, but cautions
dents ot'violence or resistancetook that both UF and Gainesville must
place as in other attempts to still work to realize the dreams of

integrate schools across the racially Martin Luther King Jr.

separated South.In "The federal government would

the early 70s, Neil Butler like us to believe that we have
served as mayor of Gainesville, made strides in terms of human

making him the state's first black rights and integration," Simmonssaid. Three days after 66 students were arrested for occupying UF President Stephen C. O'Connell's ALLIGATOR officeIn PHOTO
of a major city since Recon- "In have made
mayor some areas we April 1971, 600 students marched to the president's house. In response UF police maintained a
struction. strides.But for every step forward,
nighttime vigil at the house.
While UF and Gainesville may we have taken a step and a half
have been somewhat atypical of backward." treatment. have all the correct information
"Black students frustrated before making false statements."We Jacquelyn Hart, UFs director of
what was happening in the South Button said that although blacks are
during the struggles for racial have made up some of that differ with the progress of their white needed to provide more equal opportunity programs, said
equality, neither were immune ence, they are still economically counterparts and look at their own education on the plight of blacks that although the number of black
from the problems that divided the disadvantaged. In Gainesville, the plight and don't see quite the same and other minorities," Robinson students has grown 31 percent
country, said 'James Button, UF unemployment rate is 12 percentfor progress," Student Affairs Assis- since 1978, the increasing size of

political science instructor and author blacks compared to 3 percentfor tant Dean Willie Robinson said. said.UFs race relations hit a low in students UF will continue feel alienated.to make minority

of Blacks and Social Change: whites. This year, tensions are rising 1971 when about 175 black and
Impact of the Civil Rights Movementin Gainesville and UF have also again because of attempts by some white students withdrew from the

Southern Communities. experienced racial conflicts re- students to form a white rights university after 66 students were "Black students feel isolated because

"Gainesville is part of the 'New cently. Last fall, an alleged white group. arrested for occupying President the university is so large,"
South' because it was more liberal supremacist went on trial for the Robinson said that while stu- Stephen O'Connell's outer office. Hart said. "When there are only

than Florida's rural northern com- assault of a black man,while black dents have the right to form the The protesters were demanding an 2,000 blacks at a university of
munities Button said. "Although students voiced their frustrationsin group, they don't have the whole Increase in aid to recruit minority 35,000 students, it's not hard to
Gainesville's public accommodaHist9rical what they perceived as unjust picture and should make sure they students. feel isolated."

ProfileDr. Campus Profile: Dean Willie RobinsonBy II

Before coming to UF Robin-
Charles R. Drew ((1904-1950)), JANET THOMAS son was assistant to the vice
blood researcher developedthe Alligator Writer
plasma ,
chancellor for student develop-
techniques for preserving blood. Dean Willie Robinson has ment at Western Carolina Uni-
His research in blood plasma helpedi been at UF for two years and versity and then
i save many lives during World War II. hopes that one day he can work services counselor and

Drew graduated from Amherst Col- himself out of a job. of the Black Culture
lege in Massachusetts in 1928 and Robinson is an assistant dean the University of
received his medical degree in 1933. for student services and is pri- lumbia.

In 1940, he wrote a dissertation on marily responsible for minority But he doesn't want to
"banked blood" and became" an expertin student affairs and leadership limited to minority services."I
the field. development Since being hired
see myself as an
During the earlyyears of World WarII for this position, Robinson has trator, not as'minority .
,Drew coordinated blood plasma programs been active in interracial com- istrator," he said.
for France and Britain. Later, munication. In fact, he teachesa
he was appointed medical director of course on this subject each At UF, one of
the U.S. National Blood Bank program major disappointments
lack of commitment shown
administered by the Red Cross. Here, fall."I would like to see the Uni-
Drew ran into confrontations with rac- versity of Florida become an Institution some colleges
and retaining more
ist superstitions.War where it wouldn't needa
He said he feels UF his-
based dean for minorities,"Robinsonsaid.
department policy, on strive to meet the same
false assumptions that there were dif- "But we are a long way tion of minorities as in the
ferences between the blood of whites from that"
"Some areas do more
and blacks, would accept blood from Robinson earned a Bachelor'sof others, like the College of
Caucasian donors only. Blood donatedby Science in economics and aMaster's nalism, where the
blacks would be used separately. of Education in student "
is there. It's visible,
Drew resigned from the program personnel services from said. "But in other areas I
saying, The disservice that has been Tuskegee University in Ala- see it."

done, has been done not only to the bama. to
Robinson said Black
Negro people,but to the cause truth. "(The student affairs field)
Month 1990 is an
In the laboratory, I have found that you kind of chose me, Robinsonsaid.
for the black community
"The vice president of stu
and I share a common blood. But will
share in celebration and
dent affairs approached me and
share broth-
we ever, ever a common
erhood?" said I would be good doing stu- 'reflections of their -
ANTOINETTE MOBLEY dent affairs work, and I should ments and accomplishments.
choose it as vocation." "There is so much of our




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then all they do is attend class and maybe join a club or

an academic group.
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We don't support irrational, unpredictable tuition in- sat .

creases either, but for the money they pay, students
could get a lot more out of UF than they do. Each

semester, there are literally dozens of free or relatively
cheap features offered by Student Government and stu-

dent groups.So .

far this semester students could see former New

York City Mayor Ed Koch, former baseball star Pete I '
Rose, comedian George Carlin and home-grown rocker HuCtnstmltrgt
Tom Petty. Still scheduled for this month are Roots

author Alex Haley and Miami-based, top-40 group

Expose. Students should remember that there is more to 'Protester' wanted to give adviceIn
their college education than sitting in class.In .

addition to the SG-sponsored speeches (many of response to Daniel Joel Petri's Feb. 1 letter
detailing his opinion of the "protesters'" behavior at -David A. Padgett
which are free) and concerts, there are more than 300 S
the latest white student union meeting, Daniel wrote
registered student groups dealing with anything from that he was "shocked" at what he saw and heard.I PEAKING OUT
politics to religion to the environment. The Reitz Union
I am twice as shocked by what he didn't see and
Program Council periodically sponsors free movies on its failed to hear. Did he not hear that the leaders of the doubled 'from 19 percent in May to 38 percent in
lawn and cheap movies every night except Tuesday in organization he has decided to join have not read any September while Hispanics' rates quadrupled from 8
the theater on the second floor. legislation or literature pertaining to their anti-affirm percent to 32 percent.
ative action platform? Did he not notice that Mark The samples were 1,665 whites, 196 blacks and 99
The Florida Museum of Natural History features exhibits Wright repeatedly referred to himself as the presidentof Hispanics. It takes just a little mathematical computation -
year-round with free admission for students. Black the group, although no elections had been held? to find that more white students failed the exam
History Month offers free activities during February, in- Was he not listening to the reading of the preambleof in pure numbers,about 200, than the other two ethnic
the group's constitution which began,"We the white groups.
cluding speakers, movies and dances. people. ," virtually disqualifying the organizationfrom The point being that in an effort to create a race-

The things students will remember most from collegeare being eligible to function on this campus as the based story, which sells papers, the media ignoredthe
passage excludes and discriminates against other negative impact the CLAST had on white studentsand
friendships and new experiences. They won't remem- ethnic groups? Was the man at the meeting at all? focused on minorities' problems.The .
ber of their countless drunken the LA. Law I
one states or I am the "protester" who according to Petri, question is not, "What's wrong with the
episode when Ann lost her adopted baby. I "caused chaos." Let me be the first to state the facts.I minorities?" The question is what's wrong with the

Ask student who marched downtown two weeks I did not yell, I had been recognized by the floor test, and what's wrong with this educational system
any and I attended the meeting not to protest but to offer which we are all paying so much for?The media madea
if remember what did Martin Luther
ago they they on advice. non-racial, educational issue into a racial one.
King Jr.'s birthday. Ask UF freshman Michelle Diamond What I intended to point out, but was unable to do If Petri decides to join the white student union, I
what she remembers about last semester and shell so, was an interesting insight into a recent Alligator hope his goal is to conduct fact-based scientific re-
probably mention her arrest for protesting the Columbus article entitled "Minorities hurt by CLAST." The article search into the possible existence of discrimination
exhibit outside the Florida Museum. based its conclusion that blacks and Hispanicswere against whites. Research which I agree, has not been
hurt by the CLAST exam due to an increase in pursued to a great extent.
Keep an eye open for flyers stapled on the green their rates of failure between the May 1989 and See you at the next meeting, Danny.
boards around campus. Look in the What's Happening September 1989 test dates. David A. Padgett is a member of. the Loyal Fraternal
section on page two of The Alligator. Head over to the SG The article ,reported that blacks' rate of failure Order of the 99.

offices on the third floor of the Reitz Union, where a com- LETTERS TO THE EDITOR I
plete list of student groups is available. Students won't

know if there's a group for them unless they look. Faculty research textbooks.Without research Without, there textbooks are no Reader questions

Take advantage of the events student fees pay for each needed for texts there is nothing to teach. Without
semester. It's a wise investment to be involved in these something to teach there is no numbersEditor

events, whether it's as a leader or an observer. After all, Editor: I am writing with regardto University of Florida. UF
lead story on Jan. Many university, college and : Did you folks notice
your Tuesday,
one single event may make a stronger impact than some in last
30, regarding the report of the junior college faculty no longer ful- police chief Stevens' claim
of the classes students are required to take. Florida Post Secondary Education fill their professional responsibility week's University Digest that the
Planning Commission, in which re- to help create and advance the Student Nighttime Auxiliary Patrol
search was said to be overemphasized knowledge base from which they logged 25,000 escorts in 1989?
alligator in evaluation of UF teach.
Editor faculty. This makes the research burdenon If SNAP operates 46 weeks per
Lucy Chabot faculty from UF and the nation's year, this would mean it was es-
One issue not mentioned by corting 77 people night,
other premier educational institu- over per
Managing Editor Opinions Editor people on either side of the issueis tions even heavier. or about one every 4.5 minutes.Is .
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton textbooks. Where do commission
We dare not diminish
our re-
members think these books search efforts to create the this for real? Is SNAP really

Letters Letters to Policy the editor should not exceed 200 words(about one "y-10) page). They should be come from?. knowledge we all must have. If we that big an operation? Or is this
typed double-spaced' and signed They should Include a typed name address and telephone The books are based on re- don't do it, it won't get done. just an administration snow job?
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just causa If you have any questions call search the
same research that
the editorial page editor at 3704458. Martin Heeiackeroo. David A. John
they want faculty to do less of. professor of psychology 8LS



Athletic department I Parties unable to fill their slates I

report on gambling By M.D.CUM ELLA

Alligator WriterIn Top Spots

political elections anything can
behind scheduleBy happen -even a clean sweep. 1990 SG CANDIDATES

But that's out of the question for PRESIDENT
Michael Browne Vision
MIKE DAME UF's two political parties in the upcoming
Alligator Staff Writer Student Government election be- Juan Vitals Today
cause both failed to find candidates for VICE PRESIDENT Jace Jackson Today
UF general counsel Pamela Bernard has not completedher all the Student Senate seats up for
report on gambling in the Gators athletic department grabs. Kevin Mayeux Vision
'-a report State Attorney Len Register expected to receive The Today and Vision parties sub- TREASURER David Stern Vision

last month. mitted their slates-lists of candidates Linda Vickers Today
UF spokeswoman Linda Gray said Bernard's report running with the party to Election ASFAC SENATE
((2 seats) Bret Berlin Vision
should be completed some time in the next two weeks. Supervisor Tim Crowley Friday night,
Bernard missed two weeks of work In January with the flu, but neither party could fill its slate. Charlie Grapskl Today
Gray said, which delayed completion of the report."I Vision slated only 35 of a possible Nelson A. Miranda Today
talked to Pam on Wednesday and she said she's still 40 Senate candidates, while Today Jill K. Price Vision
trying to gather information," Gray said. could muster only 33 candidates.
Gators quarterbacks Kyle Morris and Shane Matthewsand Former presidential candidate Tad ASFAC AT-LARGE ((2 seats) Scott F. Eldridge Today

two walk-on teammates were suspended in October for Delegal said it is strange for both par Eric Lazenby Today
betting on college and professional football games,prompt- ties to have so much trouble. Larry Medvlnsky Vision
ing a UF police investigation. The police delivered its "Usually they only have one or two
Rick Wells Vision
report,which names 15 people who either placed bets with open seats," Delegal said.
bookmakers and/or participated in fantasy football, to Today chairman Ty Adams admittedhis HONOR COURT CHANCELLOR Bob Lloyd non-partisan

Register in December.But party had difficulty finding candi- TRAFFIC COURT CHIEF JUSTICE Michael W. Dickey non-partisan
the state attorney said he wants to see Bernard's dates for some of the Senate seats,
Craig D. Varn
separate report as well before deciding if criminal charges especially the medical school seats. non-partisan
should be filed in the case. "Some of the medical school stu-
and reinstated UF dents don't like to align themselveswith --- .
Morris the other players were by
slates, some candidates will run unop- Honor Court positions.
officials at the beginning of this semester, but the NCAA either of the parties Adams said. posed.In all, 12 candidates will breeze 1
has yet to restore their eligibility. Athletic Director Bill "They like to stay out of the politics." through the Feb. 14 election unchal- The College of Health and Human t
Arnsparger has said the players will be allowed to partici- Vision's presidential candidate, Mi- lenged. Three candidates are Vision Performance has a different problem.
pate in spring workouts. chael Browne, also said he had some HHP will have a representative only if
members, two are independent and j
Bernard also is heading UFs ongoing internal investigation trouble. one is a member of Today. a student in the college writes his or 1
of the Gators football and basketball programs. The "It's definitely hard to slate from her own name on the ballot. Neither
investigation that began in the summer of 1988 is expectedto some of those schools Browne said. The other six unchallenged candidates party has a candidate for the seat and
finish this semester. With both parties unable to fill their are running for non-partisan no independent candidates applied.

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John Lombardi.! Tyree said one of his "It is my belief this community is readyto
By CHRISTY HARRIS "I will maintain and Lawrence goals is to make the process have Dr. Holmes as president of Santa Fe
Alligator Writer strengthen the positive Tyree, of transferring from Community College," Brown had said.
Santa Fe Community College's Board of relations developed be- SFCC to state universi- Search Committee Chairman Robert
who from
Trustees chose a UF graduate for the tween the two Institutions graduated ties, especially UF, as Rowe said Tyree and Holmes both impressed
school's third president Friday. ," Tyree said. "I'm UF in 1968, is the smooth as possible. His the board, but Tyree had more
Lawrence Tyree, who graduated from UF very encouraged by the familiarity with UF, he experience."His .
in 1968, will take over for retiring SFCC prospect of working with chancellor of the Dal- said, would allow him to experience was far superior to Barbara
President Alan Robertson.Robertson is leaving President Lombardi." las County Commu- do that. Holmes'," Rowe said. "He is generally
in May after 18 years at SFCC Tyree said he was Tyree's twin daughters viewed as one of the top five community
nominated for UFs nity College District. ,Kimberly and Tracy, "
The Board of Trustees chose Tyree,chan- pres- college administrators, in the country.
cellor of the Dallas County Community Col- idency before former received Outstanding Fe- The only dissenting vote, cast by Mable
lege District, by a 7-1 vote over three other president Marshall Criser was appointed, male Leader Awards from the UF Alumni Dorsey, was for SFCC Executive Vice Pres-
finalists: Barbara Holmes, provost and aca- and he didn't consider applying during the Association. Both graduated in May with ident Robert Myers.She said he was largely
past UF presidential search."I finance degrees. responsible for the forward-moving
demic affairs vice president at Virginia State position
University; Robert Myers, SFCC executivevice have concluded that it's impossible for Board member Terence Brown said that SFCC is in today.
president; and Ronald Temple, presi- too many community college people to make although Tyree was a leading candidate,the "When I came to Santa Fe Community
dent and chief executive officer of Wayne the change to the university level,"he said. 20-member search committee favored College, there was a lot of unrest in black
Community College in Detroit. "Where I need to be and where I want to be Holmes, the only female candidate, and faculty faculty and students," Dorsey said. "Dr.
Tyree said in a telephone conversationfrom is on the community college level. I have a members favored Myers. Myers listened to what I had to say."
Dallas that he planned to continue great love and respect for the University of But Brown's first choice, Holmes, failedto Other board members, however, said
SFCC's close relationship with UF and that Florida, but I believe there is absolutely a garner other board members'support,so Myers doesn't have enough experience for
he was eager to meet UF President-elect place for both." he voted for his second choice, Tyree. the job.

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j', Fingerprints from the gun police eral occasions," Darnell said. Alligator Writer shape, and that they would not have participated if
i, believe was used to kill UF graduate Vincent surrendered at the The judges and contestants in last week's Miss they believed it was sexist.
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arrest Friday night of the suspected about 9:15: p.m.,and was accompa- contest is full of tradition and beauty-yet women's 18 contestants, said she was uncomfortable duringthe
gunman's brother, Gainesville nied by his father, Marshall, activists say the swimsuit competition makes the swimsuit competition but did not mind.
I police spokeswoman Lt.Sadie Darnell said. event a sexist parade. "More women in this day and age are taking care
' Darnell said. She said police are still examin- Mary Ann Olson said she was honored to have of themselves, and it is important to show that,"
r, Police don't believe Vincent Al- ing the gun for other fingerprints, won the 40th annual pageant, held Thursday nightin Koester said.
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!i..1 murder despite finding his finger- that killed Willis came from that ganization for Women President Joyce Leggett said the competition can leave. "Like bad language in a
s prints on the .25-caliber semiautomatic Olson is promoting sexism. movie, you can go see it if you want to."
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because it finds strength by combining efforts with
Alligator Writer other campus groups. The Coalition plans to unite 1$ Your World
with groups like the National Organization for
After about six months of silence, the Campus Women, the Black Student Union and the National
Coalition Against Bigotry has reorganized to fight the Association for the Advancement of Colored Peopleto
lormation of the "white student union." lobby against the white student union's formation,
Coalition President Guy LaMothe said at a meeting he said.
Thursday it was necessary to become an active cam "As a coalition, we can present a unified force,
pus group again because the white advocacy groupis instead of just sparks here and there,"LaMothe said.
a violent hate-group that promotes racism and The Coalition will hand out information packets and
sexism. protest at the white group's meetings.
"The group's underlying philosophy seems to be Joyce I eggette, president of campus NOW, said
ul racist intent," LaMothe said, "and racism affects she hasn't been contacted by the Coalition but would C"d
who you are and who you think you can be." support them. None of the other groups mentioned
White student union leader Mark Wright has said could be reached for comment. ip
>nv! group wants to form "as a balance to the Black Wright said if his group meets UF's requirements, 1,
Student Union"and to take a stand against Affirmative the administration has to let them form because
Vtion. refusing would be an infringement on their First
The Coalition first registered with UF last April Amendment rights.
when a black man was beaten with chains by a But I-aMothe said there is a fundamental difference
ei-proclaimed! white supremacist skinhead. lengthy between freedom of speech and publicly taking actions We can .help.
ourt hearings and anti-skinhead demonstrations fol- that impede a minority's rights.
:owed. UF's administration will be forced to make some
Depression Stress Management
LaMothe said he believes the white group is form- tough decisions when the time comes to approve the :
ng to cover actions of white supremacist skinheadsand group's constitution, LaMothe said. Disorders
Anxiety Eating
neo-Nazis. "UF will have to face the issue,"he said. 'This will
LaMothe said the group calls itself a coalition be an incredible public relations problem for UF." Relationship Drug & Alcohol

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students are the same ones con Chestnut pointed out that duringher
cerning all of our citizens," Chest term, the city commission cre-
TELEVISEDDEBATE nut said during an interview. ated student adjunct positions for
Those issues include crime, recreation all of the city's advisory boards and
and improvements to roads also worked with a liaison to UFs
and streets, Chestnut said. Student Government."I .
STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT The city should continue and
expand its use of neighborhoodpolice think we've seen an increasein
teams, Chestnut said. student involvement in city ac-
VISION PARTY AND TODAY PARTY And getting paving work done, tivities," Chestnut said.
especially in areas like the Student
Ghetto, might be accomplished The District 2 seat that Howard
MIKE BROWNE JUAN VITALI through special assessment dis- and Chestnut seek includes the
tricts,where a majority of the prop- Student Ghetto area and much of
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holding a drive right on campus thinks the registration drive
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away some of that intimidation factor time. He said he hopes many students Local
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some people to go downtown and first votes for him.

register. This removes" one of the "It's very important to get people COOKING UPyrnr
obstacles to voting. registered,"Murphy said. "People
Singer said he hopes between 70 living on campus have the easiest Valentine related ads now
and 100 people show up to be deputized time voting because they don't
as volunteer registrars to- have to drive to a precinct. They alligator ,
night at 7:30: in McCarty just have to walk to the Reitz
Auditorium. Union."
Love Lines Edition February 14,1990 .
PAGEANTfrom is worth 40 percent; interviews are
page 9 worth 30 percent;and the swimsuitand Ad Placement Deadline Is
evening gown competitionsare WED. FEBRUARY 7, 1990
"The idea each worth 15 percent.
set that the all-around
individual is more important than Former Miss University of flor- Display Advertising
anything else will keep the traditional ida Charlotte Dean said she was 376-4482
swimsuit contest in the pag- surprised when members of the
eants," Cate said. campus National Organization for
Women protested last year outside
Swimsuit and evening gown the pageant.
competitions account for less than
half of all points awarded to each No one protested this year's
contestant.The talent competition contest.

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Casablanca East, 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, like new
classified ad: townhouse, has w/d/ screened porch.
pool $475/mo, a 402. Call 3350440. Wat-
1 For Rent Furnished entrance, refrigerator, ceiling fan, son Realty/Helen./ 2-6-10-2 Rent or Rent to own: 2bdr/1 1/2 ba Good

2 For Rent Unfurnished In Person: single rm. elf. ctrl. ht., cooking, parking. shape, central air, new paint, frost free
r Cash,check, MC or VISA. 372-1862 $299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL frig, fenced, pets welcome Call 3719145.

3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office 375.1728. $145 util. Incl. 3blks to UF 2- Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. Pool.Tennis, 2-9-10-3
5.5.1 Sauna Gym and more.
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.
STONERIDGE APT. 12x70 3bdr/2ba Screened-Porch, Shed,
4 Sublease / M-F Sam-4pm 2 minute walk to campus! ibd Iba fully 3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 New Skirting Close to UF Move Or Rent
Main BookstoreHub furnished apt. near Norman Hall, quiet, Offer valid to qualified application only Lot. $4,000. 3922802. 2-7-5-3
5 Roommates safe. Was $295 now $235/mo. Must sublet
Customer Service Desk
"A' SW 8th Ave. 378-0764. 2-6-5-1 ALOHA GARDEN APTS Lovely 3 BR/2 86 Fleetwood, 2bdr/2ba washer/dryer,
6 For SaleReal : : M-F8am-4:30: pm bath, all amenities" near Shands VA Shop screened patio pool, and tennis, Whitney

Reitz Union, Cashier's OfficeM 1 bedrm apt prefer mature responsible nil, ping. 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 2. Park, 441 North. No down payment. Takeover

: 7;" Estate ',' .''..;' F 8 am 9 pm, Sat noon 9 pm no pets/children. 5ml NE of hwy patrol. 16-15-2 mortgage 378.8358. 20.8.3SUBLEASE
8 Motorcycles ,: Sun 5 $275/mo./ Incl. util, phone, washer/dryer.
:.,, noon pm 376-1276. 2-6-5-1 ARE YOU HAVING

9' Autos Medical Bookstore,ShandsM RENTAL PROBLEMS? :

1 10 Wanted F, 8 am 4,30 pm Two Room Suite $120. per mo. Call 372- Call Our Leasing Office 4 HOUSE/APT.
2582. 2-6-4-1 for Super Sp.clalsllI!!!
11 Services By Mail: 2 BEDROOM BATH
:,: bd/1 1/2 twnhs. Pool, wash/dry, amp
Use forms weeklyin 3 BEDROOM BATH
12' Services appearing FOR RENT: parking within short walking distance to
the Alligator. Sorry, no cash by WASHER/DRYER INCL.
campus. 378-7224 ask about apt 523. 2-
13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA, or checks only. 2 UNFURNISHEDWalk OXFORD MANOR 5-5-4

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270-$280, 377-2776 Please Take Over My teasel Brand new

. 1 15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard 2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. apt., 2bdr/2ba townhome, walk to Santa
ONLY. Five dollar minimum. GRAD STUDENT 2 BLKS FROM UNIV.
Com Call 373-3777.
Plus LMR. Fool, laundry, no cats or dogs. ft College.
ONE BEDROOM APT. $200 mo. Call
16 Connections MF830.4pm.O
Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 4-30-75-
2 Kevin 9-5 376-5242 pm 3773852. 2-5-5- Sublet turn ibr/ba Apt. until 4/30/90./

17 Notices How to correct 2 $220/mo. Available NOW! Southern

18 Hides Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quietwasherdryer Pines Apt. Call 372-3276 2-7-5-4
Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225
available In most units for
cancel your ad: 1829 NW 2 Ave (by O'Dome) ft 1222 NW
nice 2bd/2ba Camelot unfurn.
19 Pets $20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 B-2B, 1 & 2 Bath Very apt
8 Av Now or Fall. Office, : 411 NW 15 St.
Fireplace, barbeque, pool view.$550/mo./
$250-$350, sec & Imr. 3726422.
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: 75-2 3710769. 2-6-5-2 373-4698 anytime. 2.15.10-4

Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8. 4 pm.
No refund can be given. SPACIOUSONE 1/2 mile from campus, quiet neighbor. WALK TO UFI Furn, large room, share
BEDROOM APT. hood, lots of trees. 2B/R A/C. D/W, kit/baths, wash/dry/ ch/ac. One male

o When will your ad run? Alligator errors: ONLY J260MO.LYONS washer/dryer hook-up. Call 373-0129. 2- $190 util. Incl. Parking. 378-6652 See to!
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. APT 9.8.2 appreciate 2-9.6-4

Call 373.FIND with any corrections before 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY 4-30-71-2 2 WKS FREEH! Center Court Apts. 11 SUBLEASE Lyons 1 BR
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY block N of UF. BD $299 2BD $349, very $200 mo. Renew Avail.

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTlY. Corrected INCREDIBLE nice. 1210 NW It I Ave.371.7777. Mgt. 411 FREE CABLE

Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day. Efficiency Apt. NW 15 St. 2-6-5-2 Call Mike 338.44841.av.mess

No refunds or credits can be after Starting at $185
Union or Shands may take given after Starling at $235/ 2 Bedroom Sublet garage apt. 2brms. behind Norman Sublease apt, near UF, unf I, a/c.
ad. called In
THREE to Ads placing the Changes CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE! Hall. Lease runs until May 1st. 1021 2bed/2bath. Brandywine, pool, club, large
appear. the'first day will not be compensated. 110 NW 39th Ave. S.W.10th Ave. Call morning 377-5881 or apt, 2nd floor, $475/month./ Call 373-
may run for any length of time 378-3988 3731423. 2-6-4-2 5457, II no ans, leave mes. 2-9-5-4
Customer error or changes:
and be cancelled at any time. 375.3881
Corrections must be made In person at Check Our New Special Furn ibdr/ba close to campus Feb free
Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON 4-30-70 All Amenities Available until May 90 $230reg( 280)) 335-

funds for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction 'fee. 3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF 201 NW FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 7650sfter( 5 pm).

10th St. Wood floors. Cent Ht/Air, Car. Roommate Available

port Office, : 411 NW 15th St. 3710769. REGENCY We're No.OAKS 1 5 ROOMMATESOAKFOREST

Macintosh .IBM Amiga WINDMEADOWS APTS. 3230 SW 378-5766 Archer Road M-F Master bedroom In

"' 1,2 & 3 Bedroom COUNTRY GARDENS 2bdr Apt. $250/mo & 1/2 ulil. 335-6189.
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.f..J (" 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 2001 SW 16th Street Neat/Responsible ROOMMATE WANTEDNS
k { r 1: ..: 4-30-58-2 for a 2bd/2 1/2 ba In a quiet NW

<. Pagemaker I Ventura Publisher Page tream WILLIAMSBURG APTS. wooded area/ furnished own bd/ba.
AVAILABLE NOWIII AVAILABLE 2BR near UF cent airht.watersewer $255/mo & $100 depoalt. No pets ft no
Ready.:Set. Go! Corel Draw Excellence! smoking Call 3775128leave m... 2-6-
1, 2 TH ft 3 Bdrmi.Pool pd. 260/mo 1815 SW 42nd St.
Illustrator 88 e Designer
Laundry *8332.1200373.5818. 275.2
Freehand Word Perfect 1 Block to UF/Shindi A Roommate wanted 4br 3bath house,

oJ 1270 dpi camera;ready Leotraxc'printing on paper or,Mm, 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 ****1/2/ BLOCK FROM UF**** pool W/0. Call 378-9624. $170 per
month,'first/last$100 deposit. Nonsmoker,
j 300 dpi Postscript laser printing, nice 2bd, ibth; Irg Ivng highly secure.
j Scanning and image processing MOUNT VERNON APTS. $395/mo& $200 sec. Sublet 3733688. 2- preferred. 25.5.5Classifleds.
4 DosIIIJ.I.. .. IBM -Mac IBM Amiga' 1 & 2 Bedrooms 8.5.2

Hogtown's/ only complete/ service bureau, we are your DTP professionalsa! 12630B PoolLaundryClose .

N.w. 41st St. 376-0200 BBS: 377-5781 to UF/Shande/ Urgent remodeled condo across Law Continued on next page.
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 School $250 rent 374-9609. 2-9-5-2

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Delta Tau Delta Campus Organized Against Rape is looking for men and women

interested in being trained to give presentations to student groups.

cordially invite you to Training sessions are held on Mondays from 3-5 pm.

Little Sisters of the Sessions include topics such as: First session is Feb. 5 in Room 1080 in the

Rape Awareness Journalism College.

Iris Rush '90 Rape Prevention Following sessions on Feb. 12, 19, 26 will

Communication and Presentation Skills be in Room 123 of the Reitz Union.The .

Today & Wednesday starting at 8 pm

current sisters of the Iris encouraged to attend
training is free. Anyone Interested should attend the first session or calf 392-1161 ext. 294 for more information.BUY .
For more Info. call 376-9471 .

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Serious student to have own room In Nonsmk mil needed to share 2bdr ibth MC 286/12 $1195, Packard Bell $1295,
1300. 220-140
house In quiet neighborhood less than apt. $110/mo & 1/3 utilities, walking distance MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 1988 Cannondale frame set, 56 centimeter .

1ml from campus $120/mo & 1/3 util to campus. Call 378.1283 for details Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman. Home $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery blue, Great condition $275 OBO Call
373-3332. 26-5-5 2855ROOMMATE George at 336-0767. 2-8-5-8
and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Saneul, Sherwood $1999 CompuAdd 810 wi 20mb A graphics
and more. We Beat All Prices! monitor $970. 1 A 3 year warranties
Need M/F Gotta Gol
/ Rmmt to share 2bdr Spacious 12-spd bike $100. end tables
WANTED 3733754. Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180
4-30-696 printer
to share
Condo In Sommerset $200/mo. 3br/2ba $20. Sofa $145. beer ,
neon $95
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Call Edward 376-1296 ball I
at 2-5-4-5 $90 79 Corolla $1000 obo 375-
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student $175/mo A 1/3 util Drew 332. WORD
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M/F Rmmt Wanted Windmeadows Own
Latest release from Elite Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4-12
bdr/ba $262.50/mo./ pay 1/2 utll Please R/T Orlando Hawaii plane ticket March
rmmt n/s, to share 2bdr/1ba/ apt, Computer Systems $135, #335-1300 cabinet channel switching, effects loop
Call Cristal at 336-9250. 26-55 15.23. $480 negotiable Call 378.8784.
$175/mo & 1/2 util, walking distance to and footpedal, both for $925 obo 37.7.

CASABLANCA N/S own room and ba in campus, call 377-4244. 2655 PC-3 LAPTOP 5795. 26-10-6 AIRLINE TICKET Orlando-Newark, Iv Feb

2bdr condo turn,w/wash/dryer, $200/mo Room for Great(for class notes $230 from Elite IBM Quietwnter .8 Typewriter, Excellent 17/12p return Feb 24/11/ am on Continental ;
rent in a 3bd 2bath house
$150 obo 395-9446.
& 1/3 ulil!. 3353889. 2985 335-1300 Condition, must sell. 335-1168 leave message -
Quiet, cozy, fireplacel Pets (any size) OK. 2-5-5-8
Share huge 2bdr/2ba close to UF avail $175/mo & utl Sign lease not required Nice clean modern furniture, all at reasonable .
able immediately, 3356984. 2-13-10-5 Call 375-7978 2855OWN PRINTER FOR SALE DURAACECannondal. prices

24pln Letter Quality, from Elite $305. 335- shimano 600 comp 2 The Plunder House
Room & Bath in NE House N/S Cent ROOM, F, In the Pines. 2bd/ 1 1300 months old, clipless pedals, compt $650. 511 SW 4th Avenue
ht/ac, wash/dry, no lease, $195/mo & 1/2 1/2ba. Walk in closet. $232/mo & 1/2 Call Jim 3350701. 2-5-3-8 M/C./ Amex, Visa 2-14-10-6
util!. Call Dave after 6pm at 378.4698. 2- utll Tracy 373-9165/leave message 29- Commodore 64, new Panasonic KX-
5-5 P1180 printer $225 value, modem, every MOPED FOR SALE $260. 25' Nishiki, 12 spd $180 obo; 4 81 Z28
LANDMARK M/F/ own bdrm partly fur thing you could need All (for $350. Hunter Moving out of G'ville, must sell Call 373- whls w/gdyrs/ $225 obo; New pr JBL midrnfle .
nished walking distance from campus Responsible, mature, non.smk m/f (prefer 376-3788_ 2-5-5-6 5457, leave msg if no answer 2-9.8.8 $110 Obo 336-8510 after 5pm. 27-
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HEUER dive watch. PRECOR Elite 150 3 months old with only 90 2.19. Floor seals only. Am in a stale of
rowing machine graphics card, logltec mouse never used cassette, sunroof, tilt wheel, red wgray.
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(focus 2000 with case and Peavy beds, oversize for adult or kids, very Cleanl Honda CM250 Custom, 1933 4k 80 Mustang Ghia good cond low mile. BOOKS WANTED 1860.Present.
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mi, fairing, cover, helmet, like new condo .
Call Jeremy 377.5905. 2856 $60 Freezer, 27cu., Amana $200. 332. 275.9 Age in Gainesville. CALL 372.7990. 2
Easy parking on campus $650 obo 13.10.10
2391 2656
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computer, extras. Asking $300. GREAT 4 VTINES:16' 14k Hbone chain. ENDURO. 1985 Suzuki Rebuilt Engine Asking $1,400 obo 332 BUYING, cash for your Football Base
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371.3737. and mechan perfect. $950/obo. 374 6413
BeautyControl Cosmetics, all prods. 40% 8621.. 295.8 65 Honda CRX.acam/fm cas
off Inventory at 1989 prices. 3361465. with heater $100. sette,4spkrs.tinted wndws, excellent Need tutor for McIntosh computer pro
2638 Dresser, 8 drawers $40. Exercise bike, 89 Golden Bullet Moped, two speed, auto, cond, 1 owner, coverftmanual. blue 5 gram Arcitnon Call 3350734. 7-3-10

$25. 336-7035 2736 oil injected, kick start, turn signals, gold speed $4250 371-1215 Judy. 275.9 Need a pair of Recaro seats for a Mustang .
25" RCA COLOR TV wheels, extended gas tank, low .
$75 OBO 2 Pinball machines at $150 each Call Jayat mag miles, extra clean $599.00 336-8254. 2- Colt 85, 5 door, a/c, dependable, good I have a replacement set of replica
3732753. 372-2900 M.F 9.5. 2.18.10-8 condition, must sell, $2500 OBO. 376 Recaros I will pay good money I and I will
0512 evenings 2-969 replace the seats myself Call 335.4548 &

45 gal. marine AQUARIUM. Wet-dry filter, 1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc only 1600 ask for Vince. 295.10
5 nice pieces coral, actinic lights, many 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME miles, comes with 2 helmets and saddle 88 Mitsubishi Mirage Excellent conditionl
fish, many extras $350. 378-8869 Alan. bags, excel condo Call 375.8928 or 377- Silver, am/fm/ stereo, great for students 11 SERVICESNW
2956 2014. $2400. 285.8 $6200 obo. Kristen 371.1968 eves 2.5.

UF LOCATION! 15 room house 2-9 Mini storage at I 1.75 & NW 39th Ave
CH/AC. Good condition! Rented Invlltmantlfr.tarnllyothar HONDA REBEL 250, $650 obo, Call Jon from
near Oaks Mall area, S x 5 to 10 x 20
85 Trac Moped 2500ml, looks like a 90. $130,000 3714409. 28.58 1989 Bronco II, 6300 miles, sport rims
$20, 10% disc. to students 3328917 4-
Kept waxed, covered. Runs like new. 371-11152ownar. 3.7.42-7 many extras, $13,500. Call 376.2879after
Must see to believe. extras. $265 Aron 5:00: pm. 285.9
371.4563. 2-738 '84 Kawasaki 550 GPZ runs like new, 'less BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2/ 1/2/ BA, eat In than 10K mi. garage kept,.looks great 1973 FORD Maverick Good Shape, one
86 LYNX sun rf, Alpine stereo eass air kitchen, pool, tennis, washer dryer, For. $1200 obo, call Doug 395-9485. owner, Super Reliable This Is not a
excellent condo great gas mil. $2950 373- est of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing junked! Only those looking to maintain or 1233 NW 10th Ave.
5139 leave message 3745401. restore need apply. $650obo 378.1989. 372-1664
9 AUTOS 2-8.4.9 MC/VISA/lnsurance
Free Pregnancy Test
85 T.Bird White New Tires, Automatic, Member
88 CRX-sl AC AM/FM Cassette, 4 spks.
)trucks, wh.el'lIke Excellent Condition $3995 Call 1-496 National Abortion Federation
roof fuel
sun injection, Alloy
ivulable from government from S1 1 without TV t, stereos, furniture, computer new. Andrea 373-8124 Lv Mlg. 2710.9 2446 2-18.10.9
I credit check You repair Alto tax delinquent by DEA, FBI, IRS and US customs Avail. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
foreclosures CALL 1.805.6S2.7555 EXT H. able your area now. Call 1 1.805.682.7555Ext. 1967 Mustang V8 red new h.p. radials, 87 Hyundai Excel excellent cond ac am Get confidential testing and treatment at
2004 for repo list your area C1670. new brakes, dual exhaust, am/fm/cass fm cass low miles take over payments or PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 4.
(call 7 days a week) (call 7 days a week) $2500 obo. 336-4113 ask for Sean. 2-5- $4700 335.4164. AAA STORAGE

7.9 77 280Z, low miles engine, new clutch, Close to UF Convenient

AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange brakes. Injection system, $1850. Days 4x4x4 $15/mo
DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited & Blue Insurance Drive thru In Butler 375-1030. NlghIl332.7881. Ask for Troy. 533 SW 4x8xS 2nd Ave$25/mo 377.1771
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ACROSS 2 Rhine 30 majesty 51 Cast by JohnWellington 1982 Honda Accord 4dr, Sspd, 84,000 radio excellent trans auto. power steerIng Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Paeking 1.
1 Baking chamber feeder 32 Raw materials Well! ml, light blue Located In red D parkinglot brake asking $450 call Mark at 395- item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves/ Long die
5 Accumulate 3 Smite 34 Sicker' 52 Container for adjacent to the Graham area. $2300 7285. 295-16 Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374.4791.

10 Flower extract: 4 Relate 35 Lyric poem cafe obo. 395-9633 2659 CHEVY CAMARO 78.. Red 80,000 ml, SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons .

Var. 5 Swiftly 37 Gaucho 53 Scorch 1978 Datsun 280Z+2 Drk grn saddle int. new tire, new a/c, am/fm cassette, runs boarding '* woodser facilities *
14 Hills partner 8 He had the weapon 54 Transport alloys, low miles, am-fm cassette Eq. good Asking $500. obo. 3710894. 29- hay rides parties sales working
15 Columbus golden touch 38 Greet for a VIP Good macho condo No dents $2600 obo 5-8 students accepted. 466.3224, 375-8080.
caravel 7 Conjunction 40 From the sign, 55 Sound from the 3770310. 2659 4-30.75.11
16 The latest thing 8 Staircase In music lIon's den 10 WANTEDLocal
17 Viva voce section 44 A great 57 Innocent one 1988 Toyota Celica Convertible, red *SUNBELT MOVING*
18 Poisonous 9 Stately distance 58 am/fm cass CD, alarm, phone, cover, 5 Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class Professional
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19 Wrinkle dance starter 60 Snick-a-- '78 Thunderbird, original owner, PS/ PW/ Jewelry 373-9243. 4307510I Priced lor Students! Marty 375.MOVE 4.

remover 10 Greet 49 Ward off 63 Creek PBAC/ AMFM stereo Runs great I Need ONE Airline Ticket FROM: Los 30.75.11
20 Duplicate i the day $750. Call 375-6858 after Spin 2.8.5-9. Angeles' CA or Ontario CA, TO: G'vllle or
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45 Before lunchor ((4)wisd) tee $325, ((3)wlsd) tee $250
dinner 17 ((2)wisd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide
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48 Without SSAT PSAT SAT ACHIEVEMENTS ACT LSATGMAT seeks commercial work. Mow, trim,
50 Travel agent'sorg. edge, etc one time or long term Kevin eve

53 Instrument Keyboard OAT TOEFL NMB NDB NCIEX-RN MSKPFMGEMS ENGLISH TUTORI need help grammar

56 Living rooms FLEX CGFNS CPA BAR EXAM NTE or essay. writing? $8/hr/ eves/wkds Call
61 Employ 377 8978, not a paperwnting service 2-
62 Skirt features 43 If you have to take one of these tests take Kaplan first 7-3-11

64 King of comedy Our students get the highest scores. We've proven it to over TYPING

65 Moslem prince one million students. Let us prove it to you.0IMPLAN.
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resumes cassettes transcribed applications able service. Reasonable rates. Laser new psoriasis medication. 33''.5379. 2- students to work part time. Applicants
A letters notary *etc Available printer 377.8175 til 9.00pm.' must have been accepted to the account
24 hours/7 days/3722777/ 4307512 / $9 hr finishers (non.union) Paying $125 to persons w/infected cuts, ing school Contact Rex or Jon at 392-
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CALL TODAY 813' .886.7151Fundraising Does your fraternity sorority, or organization
Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List Many Styles & Fonts. Editing 5379. 228.20.13Lingerie
WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 43075- PC Lab, 17 St & Univ 372.6500. 275- need $$$ for your spring activities?
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MICRO CENTERTyping/ 336.4936. Full It/pt pleasant ph. voice, comm during salesperson to become assistant keting project. Call Jill at 395-9690 2.5.
& sell service computing. Typing starts <0> Pickup/Del/ Typing and wordproc. near training w/ mgmt start sal (opt) 373- manager 30hrs/week. Call 373.6628.
50/pg Resumes $6 Sell service Dependable, quality service 2313.83MF. 2-12-10-13 CRUISE SHIP JOBS. Stewards, Stewardess .
resumes $2.50/hr .15/page. Laser Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol CAMP COUNSELOR NEEDED FOR COED Maintenance. Earn top dollar, guaranteed .
typeset graphics spell check theses 373-4464 216-11-12 Scorekeepers needed for Intramural basketball CAMP Located in northeastern Pa. openings. Call now for summer
* papers special characters employ Immediately Call 392-0581 or near New York City. We have openingsfor emp. 1.800.928.8447 ext c1''88. 295-
Come by room 214' of the Florida Gym for counselors as specialists In
ment databases mailmerge training Word Processing) Call 373.4281 eves, general 13
details both land and water Specialtyareas
WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 4 3065 372-7061 days For immediate Interlace, sports
Include baseball, tennis, basketball Market Discover Credit Cards
'12 call the Acel (ask lor Rick). 284-12 PART TIME HELP WANTED. Will train on your
soccer lacrosse, hockey, waterski- campus Flexible Hours Earn high commissions
Best Jewelry S. Loan 523 NW 3rd Ave.
ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect ing, sailing, scuba WSI, canoeing Only 10 positions available.
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edit/proof/spell all work guaranteed- 13 HELP WANTEDAVON Apply person. 2 windsurfing, gymnastics archery fencing Call 1.800.950-8472 ext 3015. 26213

English A. Ripp 376.3649. 21320-12 Part time typist/proofreader 35 wpm with arts & crafts, piano accompanist,
drama radio and rocketry. Pioneering
375-8967 word star or equivalent exp to assist amateur BUSINESS
Typing Laser Typesetting Sell Avon Full or ParI.time. We Train. writer Comms student preferred stall needed lor both land and canoe trips
resumes reports letters etc. Benefits Insurance 3713424. 2..5.13Archlt.cture., and lor ropes challenge course Other 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS
376.5465 3500 W Univ Ave. opening may be available, We will be con
Alachua Word Processing 2122012Put student w/drafting skills ducting on-campus Interviews on March
EARN $35 needed to draw conceptual plans for redevelopment 8th. For Information call or Write: G terminals & pc's, buy sell,

It In Writing. Fast, Accurate, Reliable This week lor new donors lor 2 plasma by UF 371-7777 411 NW 15 Lustig, 60 W Beth 1SE New York, NY trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY
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programs College of Education Student wanted for
Great Typing) English maj/ret court rptr month. Free refreshments, tree parking. part.time retail tales Call 3757284. 2. NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER
. '19 yrs exper. legal/medical/ Excel. Experienced staff serving you since 1969 CAMPS.MASS. Counselor Positions lor CRUISESHIPS NOW HIRING
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Live In attendant needed to help disabled
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call 7 week
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UF sinks FSU Kemp shines at ,

in swim meet Millrose Games ..1)'I,

Alligator Staff Report
Alligator Writer UFs Tyrone Kemp ended sprinter Antonio McKay's
17-race indoor winning streak in the 400-meter() dash .i
Although his Gators swam circles around Florida State in Friday night, highlighting action this weekend at the
the O'Connell Center this weekend, UF swimming coach Millrose Games in New York. 1
Randy Reese said they are not yet ready for the difficult Kemp won the event in a meet-record 46.85 seconds. 'II'

meets ahead. McKay, competing despite an injured right heel, fin ..;,: ,, :', .., :i' .
"We need to do a lot more resting," Reese said. "Some of ished second in 47.28. '' '
them had good races, but a lot of others faded at the end." The Lady Gators also participated in the prestigious ,. 'r7'
The UF men and women defeated the Seminoles at the meet, held at Madison Square Garden. UFs team of ,t( iI. ,-, "

First Union Classic on Saturday by wide margins-but with Kimberly Mitchell,Monifa Taylor,Tasha Downing and ..&...,.,. : \ /I' ..". .; .

times that Reese said aren't quite fast enough to do well at Anita Howard won the mile relay in 4:43.: ; / .,,- .. r :, .
the Feb. 22-24 Southeastern Conference championships. Howard finished fifth in the 55 dash with an NCAA --Jil: .. '....".. ....r.": ";
time of 6.86. time of ::.. :... '
Only senior Julie Gorman had an NCAA-qualifying time qualifying Taylor ran a qualifying .;.,4 : ..
2 minutes, 1.11 seconds in the 200-yard() butterfly. 7.76 a personal best as well in the 55 hurdles.In '-. A*_..- > '

Those times still were fast enough to dominate FSU. The other UF track news: .:' I : .. ;. :

third-ranked Lady Gators ((13-1)) defeated the Lady Seminoles At East Lansing, Mich., freshman sprinter Daryl I.,fto..'-.., ':, ... "'....>>
Frazier set a meet record in the 200 at the 66th annual :: "
83-26, and UF's llth-ranked men ((8-4)) beat FSU 7637.FSU's '
State Frazier the in 22.0
Michigan Relays. ran event .
women and men dropped to 10-5 and 7-4, respec
tively. second.seconds to eclipse the record by a hundredth of a ::

The all but two events against the Lady l .
women won
Also placing in the 200 for the Gators was George .-. -- :; '-1"" ...
Seminoles. The only events FSU received first-place points .. :.
Scherer, taking fifth in 22.13. _. ." ;.: ;::: #
for were the last two -races the Lady Gators opted to swim -
.At Bloomington, Ind.,the Lady Gators team swept t). -
exhibition. The Gators beat FSU in 10 of 13 events. '" .-. :
men .
two of the three jump events at the Indiana Invitational.UF I iy .....
Three Lady Gators each won two individual events. Gorman took first and for second in ... ',: ": -
a tie the high jump and ; '- :::
placed first in the 200 fly and the 200 freestyle ((1:50.39): ), a 1-2 finish in the triple jump. ''.::0"w:' -....,: --"' ..... jl
Freshman Whitney Hedgepeth won the 50 free ((24.01)) and Leah Kirklin set a UF record in the triple jump with ;: ": -

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1/2)) right Lynn leap
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a26505. Maria Galloni took the high jump, leaping 5-83/4, For sail CYNTHIA BALL
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senior Paul Robinson. Nesty won the 200 fly in 1:43.30: and second-place spot at 5-71/4. Kirklin took third in the The UF sailing club finished second in a six-team

Robinson took first in the 500 free with a time of 43232.: long jump as well ((19-8 1/4)) with Rhodes fifth ((19-3)). regatta held Saturday on Lake Wauberg.
Both swam legs on the winning 400 medley and 400 free

'relays.Freshman diver Jason Thompson won the 3-meter event I Lady Gators still perfect blank Miami I

((316.13)) and took second in the 1-meter ((306.53)), with ,

season-high scores on both boards.
Alligator Staff Report UF has not lost an individual match Nicole Arendt's aggressive serve-
Junior Martin Zubero broke his individual-event winning this all four
season, blanking opponents and-volley game dominated Paula In-
streak of 19 with a third-place finish in the 200 free. But To draw an analogy from a com
it has faced. But Miami
against versen in the first set of the No. 2
win the 200 backstroke in pletely different game, the UFwomen's
Zubero bounced back to event
it took several comebacks to earn the singles and Arendt won the last five
1:47.07. tennis team is pitching a
I : unblemished victory. games of the second set to win 6-1,
,' Despite the slower times of his swimmers, Reese said he shutout so far this season. 6-4.
thought they did well in terms of effort. No. 15 Miami became the latest Playing at the No. 1 singles position,

I' He attributed the slower times to lack of rest during the victim of the third-ranked Lady Gatorson Andrea Farley battled strong winds Andrea Berger dropped her first set

\ season. Except for a short break over Christmas, the Gators Saturday, falling 9-0 on the Miami and a stubborn Mariette Verbruggento of the season, 4-6 to Erika Winston,
, have been training since the season started in November. campus in Coral Gables. win 6-3, 6-4. but rallied in the final two sets 6-4,6-4.

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f Gators win opening series against Catamounts I

he is capable of doing with an
By GUERRY SMITH outstanding fastball and a very
Alligator Writer good breaking ball." 3

Freshman John Burke provided Burke, who had seven strike- +YSM kNt t
( most of the excitement in UFs 13-1 outs, said he wasn't very nervous
romp over Western Carolina on during the game.
Sunday afternoon at Perry Field, "After the first inning and the 1 r' wV
getting into and then out of troublein first batter everything was all
all five innings he pitched.Burke's right," he said. 'The balk was my
heroics fault. It's upsetting that that little
capped a successful -
weekend for the Gators, mistake cost us the shutout." '' s h Illi''
The Gators scored all the runs ,
of the three-
who won two games r sR
they needed in the first inning. Eric
series with the Catamounts.
game doubleheader Martinez doubled to left field and ,ir
UF split a Saturday,
scored on Joe Russo's single. Billy
losing the first game 2-1 and re-
bounding to win the second 18-2. Minnis singled to score Russo and
Mario Linares doubled down the
Burke walked a batter and
gave left-field line, driving in Minnis.A 10
up a hit in every inning Sunday, four-run fourth inning gave

but he gave up only one run as the Gators a 9 -run lead and ended low
Western Carolina hitters were 0-
about the outcome.
for-9 with in scoring posi- any suspense
Minnis led the offense with two

tion.He hits and four RBI, three coming on
set the tone for his performance a bases-clearing double in the KEVIN W1SNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
in the first inning,giving upa fourth inning. UF's Billy Minnis slides for a successful steal of second base Sunday during the Gators' 13-1 rompof
one-out single, throwing a wild Western Carolina.
pitch and walking a batter before For the weekend, he had five

getting out of the inning with a hits in 11 at-bats, scored six runs team in the first game.In eight pitchers and 15 hitters in the
and stole three bases. end.Overall
ground ball. The only
double-play the Gators outscored three games. I
run he allowed came on a balk in baseman Herbert Perry had the second game,they scored Western Carolina 32-5 but could "If we had another 3-1 or 2-1
the,fourth inning. three hits and scored two runs. three runs in the first inning and not sweep the ballgame, a lot of

"He was very anxious, and we On Saturday, Western Carolina had six multiple-run innings as the Catamounts. these kids would
couldn't get him to tone down," scored two runs off Todd McCrayin Catamounts committed seven er "The only "The only thing I'm not have been
Gators coach Joe Arnold said. the fifth inning and held on to rors. UF also hit four home runs thing I'm disap- in able to get in,"
"But overall he showed us what win 2-1 against a nervous Gators the only ones during the week- pointed in about disappointed Arnold said.
the weekend is about the weekendis "So this is a
not winning the blessing for us to

J I This Bo knows baseball tooBy I first game," Ar- not winning the get them some
nold said. first But playing time,andit
"But when you is exactly whatI
ALEX MARVEl sparking UF to an 18-2 trouncing of the Catamountsat look at the whole when you look at I wanted to do."

Perry Field.Camposano. picture for the The scariest
Alligator Writer ,who was heavily cheered during his three-game se- the whole picture moment of the

For the first week of the UF baseball season, six at-bats,also knocked in Billy Minnis from third ries, I have to be for the weekend occurred
Gators freshman: outfielder Bo Camposano will base with a ground ball in the fifth inning and David pleased with the in the sec
look like a hybrid of another Bo professional Valdes from first base with a double in the eighth."I defensive effort, series, I have to be ond game of
baseball and football star Bo Jackson. knew he (Camposano) was going to play at the offensive out- Saturday's doubleheader

Camposano was forced to add a protective foot some point, but didn't start him UF coach Joe put and the overall pleased. Mike

ball facemask to his batting helmet after breakingtwo Arnold said. "He certainly has the power, He's pitching. Joe Arnold Moberg playingfor
bones in his face during a scrimmage almost going to be a goodjplayer here. Losing the game the first time
three weeks ago. On Sunday,Camposano parted in right field.He might be a bless- baseball coaching. since breaking

Despite the injury, UFs Bo quickly showed he drove in Joe Russo with a sacrifice fly in the third ,7< Last year """" his right ankle
knows baseball Saturday during the Gators' sea- inning,Ted Rich on a ground out in the eighth and we started 11-0 and tearing ligaments
son-opening series against Western Carolina. doubled in the seventh. and that really puts a lot of pres- in his right knee early last

After seeing>action as a pinch-runner Saturdayin Camposano, -a all-state player at Naples Lely sure on you." year, sprained his left ankle diving

UFs 2-1 loss in the first game of a doubleheader, High School last year, was injured in the scrimmage Because the last two games into first base on a pick-off throw.

Camposano started, the second game and hit a after getting hit by a throw when diving backto were routs, Arnold was able to use He missed Sunday's game and
two-run home run in his first at-bat as a Gator, third base. He missed a week> and returned. most of his players on the team, is questionable for next weekend's
which has 22 new faces. He used series against Georgia Southern.

I Lady Gators can't beat the clock; Ole Miss wins 63-57' I

eastern Conference record for assists. She But after pulling that close, the Lady Smith had 15 points to lead the Lady
By GREGG DOYEL needed 10, but ended up with seven. Gators couldn't sink another field goal for Gators, who fell to 11-9 overall, 1-5 in the

Alligator Writer UF, a notoriously slow starting team, surprised eight minutes,managing just one free throw SEC. Freshman center LaTonya McGhee
Cats may have nine lives, but what hap- the taller Lady Rebels from the open over that stretch. UF shot 29 percent from added 11 points and a game-high 10 re-
pened Saturday in the O'Connell Center ing tip and held a 15-8 lead on a layup by the field in the second half, which junior bounds.

lends support to the notion that Gators, too, LaTonya McGhee at the 11:37: mark. UF forward Rhvonja Smith attributed to the Ole Miss ((16-5,5-1)) was paced by Char
have been blessed with longevity. kept the upper hand until Ole Miss ran off tiring effect of the press. lotte Banks' 13 points and LaTeasha

Three different times, Mississippi 13 points for a 28-21 lead. "We were pretty tired," she said. "Press- Johnson's 12.Ratledge ..
knocked the UF women's basketball team The Lady Gators, who outrebounded and ing really took a lot out of us, and we misseda
into the grave, but the visitors could never outshot Ole Miss in the first half, fought lot of easy shots." needs three assists Tuesday at
Dawn Marsh of Tennessee
South Florida to
throw the last shovelful of dirt on the Lady back and closed the deficit to 34-31 at half- When Ole Miss took advantage of the top
who had 767 in 132 .
Gators, needing help from the clock to es- time. weary Lady Gators and jumped to a 6147 USF will games.Tuesday's be
with 63-57 lead with 2:39: left, it seemed like the last game against
cape a victory. The Lady Rebels went on run No.2 to Ratledge's 104th game.OLE .
Although UF fought to the last second open the second half, building an 11-point rites had been read. MSS ((13))- Martin 17234 ONeal 5-110-0 10 McG
before Ole Miss put away the victory, Lady lead at 46-35. But UF refused to die, scratch- But the Lady Gators made one last attempt 5.101-2 H.Hartzog- Iown H 0-3 8. Bantu. 5.83-4 13.Johnson 3.6
Gators coach Carol Whitmire couldn't take ing back behind its full-court press to pullto at climbing out of the hole, sinking 6412,Bender 1-3 4-57, Gortmng 030-00.Total 23-55 11-2383.
UF(87)-RatMg( ) 2.2(,Washington590-011 Brown 1-5
comfort in the moral victory; 48-44. four free throws in as many attempts while 0-0 2, Smith 5-16, -rA8 McGhM 4-03-511, Glass'0-0 -O'0'
"I'm very disappointed we lost,"Whitmiresaid. "The press did two things," Whitmiresaid. Ole Miss missed the front end of three 0-00 Withwspoon, Totals 20-54162057 1 1.3 2.2 4.: Urn. 1-4 2-4 4,Will 11 2>24. Darling 01

"We played well,but I'd rather play bad "One, it forced several Ole Miss turn- oneandones.UFs Halfwit-Oil Mai 34, UF 31 Thru-pom goals -Ole Mil
and win." overs. And two, it only gave them 13 or 14 comeback was cut short by time, ,1-6 (Martin 0-4. Bender H. Banks. 0-1)) UF 1-3 (RatlwJo 0.1.
Washington 1 1-2)). Total touts Oil Miss 19 UF 21. Fouled out -
The Lady Rebels also kept senior guard seconds to set up for a shot,and forced them however, as Ole Miss held on to win its Lang Smith<< Rebounds-Ota Miss 30 (O'Neal 8)), UF 42 (McGhM .
Camille Ratledge from breaking the South- into some poor selection." sixth in six tries against the Lady Gators. 10)). Assists OH Miss 8 (Martin 3)). UF 13 (Ratlido 7)). A-487

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I Gators lose in 'poorest performance of the year'By I

added a tip-in and John Matthews hit two
free throws.
Alligator Staff Writer I
"Ole Miss got on top of us early,"DeVoe
The UF basketball coaches were worried said. "They just really whipped up on us."
about the mental condition of their team for Amid being whipped,one Gator displayedthe
Saturday's game against Mississippi and it skills that made him one of the most i
had yet to begin. highly recruited players in the state two ? r}
Now they probably wish it never did. years ago Stacey Poole. The 6-foot-6
Ole Miss dismantled the Gators in the freshman forward, who was redshirted last
first half and never looked back, cruising to year, scored a team-high 24 points on 11- I
a 83-63 victory in front of 6,115 fans in the of-19 shooting. Poole hit a variety of shots I
O'Connell Center. while playing all but one minute in the game. sit. E'A I Ij.
Gators interim coach Don DeVoe, who He credits his extra work after practice for
was booed before, during and after the his success. II
game said the coaches had good reason to "I'm giving that extra effort I should of
worry. been giving in the beginning of the year to
"Quite obvious to the coaches and get it back,"Poole said. "I didn't realize how I
really a concern to the coaching staff whenwe much that layoff was going to affect me.
came in from our Mentally I wasn't in it.I .
warmups the fellas\ I know physically I'm
just seemed to be flat," Standings there and that's why I
DeVoe said. "It was really SEe Overall feel like it's coming to-
Alabama 7.3 1& 5
by far the poorest LouIsiana 51 6.3 16.4 gether, and I think I'm
performance of the Georgia' 6-4'36 going to do all right."
year. I didn't do a good Tennessee Kentucky 6 6.4 5 10.10 11-8 But Poole's individual
job coaching and the Vanderbilt 5-5'2.7 effort was overshad-
team never did seem to MIss 51 4 6 ,,1-7 owed by the team's
MISSiSSippi 4.6 7.12
be in it." Auburn 46 7.13 20-point loss, and the v.
The loss dropped the UF 2.8 6.11 performance proved
Gators to 6-11 overall\ bittersweet
2-8 in the Southeastern "I'm upset that we
Conference. Ole Miss climbed to 7.12, 4-6. lost, but I'm just happy that I f know now I
The Gators entered the game after two can contribute," Poole said. 1" jl
intense days of practice. Going into the Ole Miss had no trouble getting it together
game the players thought they could gaina behind the play of Glass, who scoreda 000 6 6.Lt
victory and, in the process,end a five-game game-high 26 points on 10-of-15- shooting e
losing streak, considering Ole Miss' record. while handing out t five assists. Harvell added 'lbw

But the Rebels erased any thoughts of a 13 points and a game-high nine rebounds, { '.
UF victory early, jumping out to a 14.3 lead and Jumper scored 13 points on six-of-six .
with 14:45: left in the first half a lead the shooting.By KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR
UF forward Stacey Poole tries to shoot past Mississippi's Gerald Glass duringSaturday's
Rebels never let go. halftime, Ole Miss built a 39-26 lead
"It was important for us to get out in the with 59 percent shooting from the field, game at the O'Connell Center.
first five minutes and play good, but we while the Gators made just nine of 28 shotsin final buzzer as they chanted "DeVoe must The team now heads on the road to face
didn't," guard Renaldo Garcia said after the first half."Hopefully go." Georgia on Tuesday and Georgetown on
scoring three points on O-for-5 shooting from this will be the low point in "You've got to expect that, everyone ex- Saturday, needing to get something going
the field. "They jumped out on us and we the basketball season for us," DeVoe said. pected it," Garcia said. "I was driving over But to do that, the Gators will need to find
never got back into it." "I can't imagine a Gator team with less fight here today and I saw some lady selling out what it will take to win.
The Gators added to their downfall by and less intensity than the team I put on the stickers that said, 'DeVoe Must Go'. I pretty One player had an idea."I .
missing their first seven shots of the game. floor today. much expected how the fans acted today. guess hard play, smart play and a
UF scored its first point on a free throw by DeVoe got his share of intensity from the Coach DeVoe probably did also. I guess the miracle -all that in one," Garcia said. "We
junior Dwayne Davis but before the Gators fans. Nearly half left with 3:59: remaining, fans don't agree with some of the decisionshe have to try everything right about now.
could score their first basket, Gerald Glass while the other half nearly drowned out the made." We've gotten to that point."

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