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I law would ban smoking- on campusBy I I

Alligator WriterA

proposed law that would ban smokingon
all state college campuses including
outdoors and in dormitories has been
introduced to the state Legislature by Rep.
David Flagg, DGainesville.If .
approved, the bill would force both
students and teachers to leave campus -
as much as a 15-minute walk at some
campuses before lighting up.
"We ban all other addictive drugs on 45 \
campus, such as alcohol," Flagg said.
"Why shouldn't we ban nicotine? More
people die as a result of smoking tobacco rAE
than illegal drugs." f
The proposed law allows for a 2-year
grace period, when smokers would be
allowed to light up outdoors. But by July
1, 1992, a person would have to leave
campus to smoke.Administrators.
at universities and com
munity colleges are leary when told about
the bill. It has good health implications,
they say, but it may be unfair.
"It's a real problem for students," said
Jane Brockmann, president of UF's faculty
union, which hasn't taken an official standon
the issue. "They can go to war for us.
It doesn't seem right that we can be so
high-handed about smoking. It would be
much more effective to make sure students
understand the effects of smoking."
UF Student Body President Ed Scales a proposed state law Is approved, cigarette and pipe smoking will be banned on all areas of campus including
said he supports the bill, particularly be- dormitories and outdoors.Dan .
cause it applies to dormitories.
"There you have the fire hazard com MacMillan, PBAC vice president for period. Who knows, maybe in two years, Flagg, a former Santa Fe Community
bined with the poor ventilation," Scales student development. "We were really I'll be able to quit. College administrator,said his bill based
pleased with the way the faculty backedit. on more than health concerns Flagg
said.Flagg's idea is not a new one. Palm The proposed bill is not the first time pointed to a study by the National Instituteof
Beach Atlantic College, a private collegein PBAC is located in a downtown area UF administrators have had to wrestle with Education that shows only 7 percent of
West Palm Beach, banned smokingmore where students and faculty simply walk to cigarettes. In December 1988, the 14 cigarette high school students earning"A's"smoke,
than a year ago. the sidewalk to smoke, MacMillan said. vending machines on campus were while more than 50 percent of the students
"Our motivation, probably more than "I'm not happy with it," said UF history removed after unanimous support from earning "D's" smoke.
anything else, was to communicate to students associate professor Fred Blakey, a heavy student senators and praise from UF "This statistic, I think, can be applied to
that we care about their health,"said smoker."But there will be a two-year grace health officials. college-age students as well," he said.

Officials say higher transfer rate won't crowd UF I

will be about the same as last year, report also said university enroll Keener said the Articulation enrollment spending, but once we
By DUANE MARSTELLER Writer and we'll be accepting the same ment will be up 36 percent over Agreement is a recurring topic at get that, we're already behind."
Alligator number of freshmen," Hemp said. 1990s figures by the year 2000, State Board of Community Colleges Edwards said he doubted there
Despite the increasing numberof "I think the competition for trans with UF close to capacity by 1993. and Board of Regents meet would be any major changes in the
students transferring to UF and fer students will increase this year, As a result,Florida will need two ings.The Board oversees Florida's Articulation Agreement, but said
Florida's other eight public universities as well as the competition for fresh more universities within the next 28 community colleges, while the the Regents may be forced to makeit
UF administrators say men, but the number of studentswe 10 years, the report said. And with Regents oversee the state's nine tougher for students to transfer."If .
they're not worried about over take in will be the same, so it more students projected to attend public universities. we can't get additional fund
crowding anytime soon. will not affect the enrollment cap local community colleges and then "There has been a lot of discus- ing there's been talk of restrictingthe
More than 2,000 students trans or state funding." transfer to state universities, the sion about it," Keener said. The criteria like grade point
ferred to UF from other universities Still, the enrollment cap may be future of the 1971 Articulation State Board of Community Colleges averages to transfer he said.
and community colleges last increased because of Florida's Agreement between the state's and the Board of Regents "How the Articulation Agreement
fall, an increase of more than 15 growing population, and those community colleges and the State look at it year after year. They'll stands,the only area where we can
percent from the 1,775 who trans- state dollars may become) harderto University System is becomingmore strive to uphold it, if possible, but cut down the number of transfer
ferred here in 1988, said Barbara find in the next few years. cloudy. it may not be easy." students is not accept those who
Keener, UF's community college Chairman Charles Ed- don't have their (Associates) degrees
relations dean. According to a private study re- The agreement states that if a Regents the Articulation or come from another uni
But Interim Provost Gene Hemp cently completed for the Florida student receives an associate in wards agreed, saying versity.
has made Florida'scommunity
said UF is in no danger breaking Postsecondary Planning Commis- arts degree or an associate in science Agreement
its enrollment cap of about 35,000 sion, community college enrollment degree from a junior collegeand college system one of "Only as a last resort should we
amend the Articulation
the nation's bestThe Agreement
students or not getting enough is predicted to increase by 74 passes the College Level Academic he said.Alligator .
money in the immediate future. percent during the next 10 years, Skills Test (CLAST), then problem is, we're un ,
"The number of transfer stu- leaving all but five of Florida's 28 one of the state's nine public universities derfunded Edwards said. "We've writer Ronald DupontJr.
II.2T<&nt8 we'll be taking In (next year) junior colleges over capacity. The must accept the student. ,asked for a substantial increase for contributed to this report.II .

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Man arrested for not delivering itemsA posed to be delivered in October, still hadn't arrivedIn

Gainesville furniture-store president was ar- January.
rested for not delivering "(Cox) was very cooperative with the investigatorand
Thursday morning more
than $20,000 of furniture to a Cross City man, Gainesville very remorseful, and his primary concern in this ji\f % !
police said. investigation is restitution to the victim," she said. ODD $; :;
Police believe Shank wasn't the only customer tiI.:

AsaJ. Cox, 51, of Cox's Fine Interiors on Southeast stolen from, Darnell said. Other Cox customers are H' :, '.

First Avenue, admitted taking money from customer calling police with questions about their furniture ili t :>. :. :
Richard Shank and using it for personal thousand dollars ..
expenses, delivery, some with several on partial .. .. .. 'nt\bt\
police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Shank payment, she said. .M.

became suspicious after the furniture, which was sup- MIKE BRUSCELL .F; 1f


: Student Health Outreach for Black Student Engineers spon- Booth. Call Rob, 373-3659 or 392-
Team meets today at 5 in Reitz Union sors an open forum on "African- 1665. PAY
Room 121. Call 392-1161 exL 283. Americans: Myths vs. Realities" Business fair: The Business Administration IF YOU'RE GOOD ENOUGH.
The way to a student's heart: tonight at 7 in Turlington Hall Room Career Council spon-
There will be a spaghetti dinner this 1.005. Call Theron, 3927969. sors a business fair Wednesday Army ROTC scholarships pay tuition
evening at 5:45: at the B'na! B'rith Human resources: The Societyfor morning at 10 in the Business and provide an allowance for fees and
Hillel Foundation, 16 NW 18th Ave. Human Resource Managementmeets School Courtyard. Call Susan Rath- textbooks. Find out if you qualify.ARMYROTC .

Call 372-2900. tonight at 7:30: in MatherlyHall manner, 336-8115. RJ
Wake riders: The UF Water Ski Room 119. Call Pam Dolan, 336- Economic expert: Resident expert
Club meets tonight at 8 in Reitz 7436. on China and Eastern Europe,
Union Room 362. The meeting is Ultimate: UF Women's Ultimate Dr. Leonard Cheng, will speak L
mandatory for old members. Call practices today at 4:30: at Hume tonight at 7:30: in Matherly Hall
Chuck. 3731891. Field. Call 371-9524. Room 18. Call 335-9842.

Brown bag: Gainesville Mayor Natural steps: The Environmental Spirits:representative of E.&J. THE SMARTEST COLLEGE
Cynthia Chestnut will speak today at Action Group meets tonight at Gallo Winery will speak on market- COURSE YOU CAN TAKE.
12:30: on the North Lawn of the Reitz 7:20: in the Computer Science Build- ing contributions to the wine Industry

Union. Call 3921655. ing Room E121. Call 3926253.CareerdevelopmentThe Wednesday night at 7 in Reitz Contact major Mike Fleming at
Jewish: The Jewish Student : University Union Room 361. Call 377-4884. 392-1395 or stop by Room 106
Union meets tonight at 7:30: in Reitz of Florida Peer Counselors of- COAR: Campus Organized Van Fleet Hall today!

Union Room 347. Call Greg, 372- fers a Career Development Against Rape meets Wednesday at 4 AdNo057N8AD1CRev1This 1
2900. Workshop tonight at 7:30: in Reitz in Reitz Union Rooms 122-123 to
Pressure: Stress reduction Union Room B65. Call 392-1575. plan COAR Week. Call 3921161. advertisement prepared by
Young & Rubicam N.Y ((250))
through a transcendental meditation Written experience: The UF For kids' sake: Big Brothers/Big
program is offered today at noon and Woman publication needs writersfor Sisters Annual Bowl For Kids' Sake
later at 7:30: at the Institute of Black this once a semester publication needs teams and pledges. The
Culture, 1510 W. University Ave., sponsored by Student Services. fundraiser begins Feb. 18 at 11 a.m. RESERVE OFfiCERS' TRAINING CORPS
Room 203. Call Alcine Potts, 338- There will be an information session Call Beth or Pam, 375-2525.
1249. Thursday afternoon at 5 in Tigert Racquetball for a reason: Kappa .
'90s marketing: Diane Bedke of Hall Room 129. Call Marni Gordanor Kappa Gamma's Racquetball For A

Maas Brothers/Jordan Marsh will Mary Carnegie, 392-1261. Reason is Feb. 17 and 18 at Schnell
speak on the importance of market- Vote: Student Government is Courts. Cost, which includes two T- [ID@ f@D(! MHUt ; UD:(! MDCdMODd1ap0o [

ing in the 1990s tonight at 6 in Reitz sponsoring voter registration driveat shirts, is $20 per two-man team.
Union Room 400. Call Janet Stephenson the Law School, Turlington Hall Proceeds will go to the Pediatric [ [ O [?@ill lIDrnrP {]

3774884. the Reitz Union Matherly Hall and Physicians Clinic at Shands. Call
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SG presidential candidates discuss issues at debate 1

By DEBBIE CENZIPER Vitali said it is important for SG to encour- 34,000 students vote."I their needs are and we've made our plat
and M.D. CUMELLA age political debate, and complained aboutThomas' think it's SG's responsibility to get more form."

Writers characterization of the groups. students involved in the election process," Browne started the debate with a prepared
Alligator "This campaign is becoming worse and he said. statement responding to The Alligator's
The two presidential candidates for Stu- worse," Vitali said. "I'm not a communist. Panelist Donald Williams, a UF speech withdrawal from the panel.
dent Government elections battled over two- I'm not a Marxist. I think that is absolutely professor, asked Browne if he has the leadership -
day elections funding ludicrous." ability to unite campus groups so they Browne said he was told by debate organizers
Campus Organized ---- -
Against Rape and funding political organiza- Browne disagreed and said SG can work t together hnde ii g that both candidates could veto panel
tions in their first debate Tuesday night that shouldn't be funding political with the administration and the members. He said he didn't want TV-20

will be televised later this week on Cox groups, but he supported SG community. reporter Doug Johnson to ask questions
Cable channel 8. sharing the funding of COAR with SGspring Browne said he has the abilityto during the debate because Johnson isn't as
the Infirmary. deal with many different involved with SG as student reporters."It .
After a tense beginning where Vision "Political action groups should elections groups. He also said he will al-
is have
important to reporters on the
candidate Michael Browne and
party Today
SG with listen to the sides
not be funded by my ways opposing
party candidate Juan Vitali! exchanged in- 1990 with panel who report on us every day so they
tuition money() or students' tuition respect"A
sults, the candidates directly answered -- can find out specific differences in our cam
questions. money, Browne said. student body president paigns, like leadership ability,"Browne said
"COAR should be a student-run organization should be the representative of the students, earlier."Someone from the outside can't ask
Panelist Joseph Thomas, editor of The and we will fund them," Browne said. not a representative of himself," Browne specific questions about the intricacies of
Florida Review, UFs independent conserva- said. "
Thomas asked Browne if SG should have our campaigns.
tive asked Vitali! if he thought
newspaper elections. Browne said the Vision Thomas asked Vitali why students should
two-day withdrew
The from the
student Activity and Service Fees should Alligator panel to
extended elections but said support' his candidacy and trust him with
fund political organizations. Thomas ac- party supported protest the debate organizers' decision to
cused Vitali of supporting the Committee in he thought spending an estimated$3,000 to more than $4 million of student money. bar Johnson, claiming the resulting panel,

Support of the People of Latin America extend them might keep senators from giv- "We must be able to speak strong, with an Alligator and a Florida Review reporter,
ing money to other groups. conviction behalf of the students" Vitali unfair of Gainesville
which he referred to as Marxist and communist on was an representation
Browne said he hopes that all of UFs said."We've polled students to find out what media.

I Bo Diddley to kick off Celebration I Candidates for

at the college in the fall. ment and Omicron Delta Kappa, a lead-
Alligator Writer "It makes me happy to see studentsso ership honorary. bring

involved with promoting the arts," Early events will include art shows,
Rock 'n' roll pioneer Bo Diddley will Sabatella said.Celebration. singers, bands and theater performances

round out Celebration 1990 strum- 1990 will present ama- while "Renaissance Day" will diversity to raceBy
ming his rectangular guitar and singing teur and professional artists from all feature jugglers, skits and a fencing
tunes that have endeared him to gener over the nation to the campus and team. Other events include a candle-

ations of Americans. Gainesville community, Rosenbergsaid. light symphony, film and jazz festivals, BLAKE FONTENAY
Diddley will receive $4,000 to play 90 The festival is sponsored by and a program featuring "Sounds from Alligator Wnter
minutes of blues and rock'n' roll duringa Friends of Celebration,Student Govern- Around the World."
free show on the Reitz Union lawn The four men range in age from 19 to 58. One

March 6, said Celebration Producer I is a consulting engineer for a construction com-

Jason Rosenberg. Bad Dad Review, pany, another is a retired telephone company tech
and friends nician. One is a real estate salesman and anotheris
made up of Diddley's family ,
will be the opening act.Diddley's a UF student.
All four have one thing in common: they wouldall
hits in the 50s and 60s
like to represent District 3 in the GainesvilleCity
included "Diddy Wah Diddy, "SayMan"
Commission next
and "Road Runner." His popularity year.
Voters in the district,which includes the precinct
resurged with the album
where students living on campus vote and much of
Breakin' Through the B.S. and a seriesof
southwest Gainesville,will
Nike commercials with athlete Bo
to the polls March 13 to elect
Jackson. one of them. a
"If you don't catch Celebration 1990, The youngest candidate in

you won't catch Diddley," Rosenbergsaid. the field is Michael Murphy,
Diddley's appearance will kick off a UF junior majoring in busi-
the five-day arts festival, with events ness administration. He lives

held at various campus locations. and works as a resident assis-

The budget for the 21st annual Cele- tant in Yulee Hall, and wants
bration has reached an all-time high of to stay in Gainesville after MARCH 13

about$50,000,Rosenberg said. Producers graduating to work in the city's government.

already have signed Paul Schaffer Murphy, a Winter Park native, said he'd like to
and The World's Most DangerousBand be Gainesville's city manager someday.But .

along with jazz guitarist Stanley x > for now, some of his goals as a city commis-
Jordan, for "All That Jazz," which will sioner would be to improve the city's bus system,
close the festival March 10."We've encourage recycling and decrease crime.

never had so many national who student thecity's
Murphy, serves as a adjunct on
headliners before," Rosenberg said. .. t Regional Transit System Advisory Board,
Last year, the Jacksonville Symphony would like to see the city sell advertising space on
Orchestra and a laser light show high- the inside, and possibly the outside, of city busesto
lighted the festival. raise revenue.

Organizers hope Diddley, 61, who The bus system suffers from severe funding
lives about 30 minutes north of Gaines- cutbacks from the state and federal government,
ville, will\ attract at least 4,000 specta- Murphy said.

And, if feasible, he would like to see businesses
tors.Diddley,who has spoken out against recycle 40 to 50 percent of their waste, Murphy
drug use, will bring his anti-drug mes-
to UF, said Scott Free, spokesmanfor said.Murphy
sage i would also like to see more police pa-
Diddley. His appearance/ will coin-
cide with National Collegiate Drug see Candidates, page 8

Awareness Week.

Diddley's performance will\ contribute -
to the quality of the festival, which' correctionThe
Rosenberg said is dedicated to Joseph
Sabatella, dean of the Fine Arts College. service charge on individual tickets for the
Sabatella said he will resign from his ALLIGATOR PHOTO Feb. 28 Rob Base, Doug E. Fresh, De La Soul and
,position this summer after 24 years as Rock'n' roll great Bo blddley will play free show on the Reitz Union Lawn L'Trimm' concert $1.50..The bloc seating service

an administrator and resume teaching March 6 to kick off Celebration 1990, the five-day arts festival. charge is $1 per ticket. The Alligator reported
otherwise on this page Monday.



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'-' ordered to testify in trial Reitz Feb.Union 6,North 1990 Lawn

WASHINGTON (UPI) A federal judge Monday to testify at any Iran-Contra; trial. Reagan successfully
ordered Ronald Reagan to turn over excerpts of his avoided having to appear-or testify on videotape 12:30pm:
diaries before the end of the day and testify on at the trial of former White House aide Oliver North.
videotape at the criminal Iran-Contra trial of John M. Greene sharply criticized the Justice Department's a
Bring lunch
Poindexter.The attempt to delay Poindexter's trial, denying its motion your
rulings by U.S. District Judge Harold Greene and saying it "has no substantial basis" and "ignoresor and Join In
rebuked Reagan -who has been trying not to testifyor glosses over" important legal principles."In for a discussion on
turn over his diaries-and the Justice Department, view of the trial date of Feb. 20, which was set t
which last Friday asked Greene for a delay. some time ago, such a delay is out of the question, in black leadership
Poindexter is Reagan's former national security the absence of a far more credible and convincingbasis
adviser and faces five felony charges at his IranContratrial than has been advanced by the Department of .
scheduled to begin Feb. 20. Justice," Greene said. ::. :. :..t :..:::') ':':::':;::;'1t: !:t *;g,2.m,:';:::::': =

"Former President Reagan shall testify in this case," Greene said some 30 entries in Reagan's personal -
Greene ruled. Former President Reagan's tes- diaries that he had previously reviewed in private
timony will be taken by way of a videotaped deposi -were relevant and material to Poindexter's defense.
tion." The Justice Department, citing the possibility of a
The judge also gave Reagan a deadline of Feb. 9 to "constitutional confrontation," sought the delay in Black History
raise a claim of"executive privilege" and applied the hopes that Poindexter and the office of special Iran-
same deadline to President Bush. Questions about the Contra prosecutor Lawrence Walsh could agree on a
use of classified information also must be brought to "stipulation"that would keep sensitive information out
the court's attention by Feb. 9, Greene ordered.It of the public record at trial. Such an agreement was '
would be the first time Reagan has been forced reached at North's trial. Month 90

Groups claim isibility for attacksibility

CAIRO,Egypt (UPI) -Two groups claimed responsibility for the attack.In Feb. 6 RUPC Brown Bag Forum:
for an attack on a bus near Cairo that killed Cairo,an Interior Ministry spokesman said police Mayor Cynthia Chestnut
nine Israeli tourists and wounded 17 other people,and had arrested a Palestinian man from Rafah,the Israeli- North Lawn
Egypt said Monday it hoped the attack would not Egyptian border town from where the Egyptian tour 12:30 p.m.Student .
hinder the ongoing Middle East peace process. bus set off Sunday on its ill-fated journey,in connectionwith Leader Reception
The Islamic Jihad, in a written statement sent to an the attack. The spokesman gave no further (sponsored by Alpha Phi alpha)
international news agency in Amman, Jordan, made details. IBC
the latest claim to the brutal attack, which occurred Egyptian Foreign Minister Esmat Abdel-Meguid 2:00: p.m.
Sunday on a highway 37 miles east of Cairo. condemned the "criminal act," but advised Israel not
Film Series The Tree
"Our struggle with the Jews will continue until to allow the incident to obstruct the peace process. Reitz Union Cinema Learning
victory and with the help of God to smash all those The incident, however, apparently led to the 7 and 9:30
who dream about a peaceful solution," in the Middle postponement of a meeting that had been tentatively p.m.
East, said the statement by the Islamic Jihad, which scheduled for next week in Geneva between the Forum Americans: Myth vs. Reality
said part of its organization carried out the attack.In foreign ministers of the United States,Egypt and Israelto (sponsored by Society of
1989, the Islamic Jihad issued three communi- promote an Israeli-Palestinian dialogue, Egyptianand Black Student Engineers) .1 d 11,
ques in Amman claiming responsibility for attacks Israeli sources said. TURL laOS, 7:00 p.m. i! .11{"
against Israeli targets in the Israeli-occupied ter- The Geneva meeting was proposed to take place Miss Black and Gold / j\,
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axed to death Jamil Razak Mahmoud Rabiye and his 630 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli soldiers
35-year-old wife, Intisar, who was seven months preg- civilians.
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The spokesman said Rabiye was "a well-known Shawahni, 35, was found two days after masked men tt 4 4CORt1ER
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devoted to the "education, motivation and protection of
the black community"will be adding another facet to its
services this month-a newspaper named The Liberator.
Commandant Nikitah Omani, the national leader of
the Loyal Fraternal Order of the 99, said the paper will
provide a voice for black issues,establish more coverageof
black activities and spotlight black writers and culture.
Omani said the Loyal Order has 16 chapters and
Liberator newspapers nationwide, the two largest beingin
Washington, D.C. and Atlanta. He also said all the
papers will be sharing stories of national interest and
their overall design.
The Loyal Order has five branches within its operationThe
Liberator, the education branch called Project 99,
i auq the Special Security Team, a community outreach program
b.v S .r 3 S [ called Black Power and the Financial Organizationof
Resources for Community Empowerment.
"The paper will stand for everything Project 99 and
the Loyal Order stands for," Omani said. "We'll be
consistent in our stance. And our stance is pro-black."
Omani ,said he hoped for three or four issues every
STEVE EFfREN semester, but said the paper will be published "when
there's a need" instead of on any set schedule. Omani
Katherine Heller, a physical therapy student and a member of the track team, practices her discus would not comment on the paper's circulation, financingor
throwing at Percy Beard Track. format. He also would not comment on the numberof
Loyal Order members nationwide.Police .

I looking-; for link in Kentucky., Fried Chicken incidents .

By DUANE MARSTELLER around 9 p.m. and demanded After an employee refused to give said the first employee shouldn't said they may be related because
Alligator Writer money from the cash register, him money,he opened a cash reg- have refused, and the second the robbers wore similar clothing,
Darnell said. ister and took an undetermined shouldn't have attacked the rob- robbed the same chain and the
Police are investigating the at- When the employee refused,the amount of cash, she said. ber."It robberies were committed within
tempted robbery Sunday night ofa man described to police as a The man then tried to open a isn't something we recom- one half-hour of each other.
Kentucky Fried Chicken restau- black male in his 20s, 5-foot-8 and second register,but wasn't able to. mend people do," she said. "We The robbery was the second at
rant and the robbery of another of weighing about 150 pounds-left He left through the back door, but think people ought to be coopera- the E. University Avenue store in
the chain's stores 30 minutes later, the store emptyhanded.About not before a female employee hit tive to lessen the chance they'll get one month. On Jan. 9,a black male
Gainesville Police spokeswomanLt 30 minutes later, a man him in his back with a pair of hurt. wearing pantyhose on his head
Sadie Darnell said. fitting the same description walked scissors. Darnell said police are investi- demanded money from the cash-
A man wearing a ski cap pulled through a side door into the Ken- Although the second robber gating to see if the robberies were ier. Darnell said police don't be-
over his face,blue jeans and a gray tucky Fried Chicken at 1231 E. acted like he had a gun, Darnell committed by the same person,but lieve the Jan. 9 robbery is
jacket entered the Kentucky Fried University Ave. and crouched be- said employees didn't see any said there was a"very good possi- connected to the two Sunday
Chicken store at 114 SW 34th St. hind the counter, Darnell said. weapon. Nevertheless, Darnell bility" they were related. Darnell night.

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trendy to care about the environment these days; /
we're finally reacting to the major problem of our genera- I
tion. Suddenly, it's cool to recycle your newspapers and I
aluminum cans. It's tres chic to go out to a restaurant and "II I
ask that your leftovers aren't placed in Styrofoam. And III I
you feel good all over when you see the 'Think Globally,
Act Locally" button on someone's backpack.All l

of these signs are promising, but the human race l y
is still eons away from saving the earth. There's a saying
that if you're not part of the solution, you're part of the

problem.This concept was illustrated recently when all of the ef-

forts of campus environmental groups seemed minute iL'1Crack
compared to the 1,000 tons of gasoline-contaminated soil
discovered around tanks at UF Physical Plant's Radio
Road pumping station.

The discovery of the "massive contamination" could
have been stopped months ago when a Department of En-
vironmental Regulation letter was sent to UF officials b OO
warning of possible contamination. But it never reachedthe
right people and the leaks went unnoticed for six

months.Luckily, the gasoline never reached UF's groundwater addicts are out of controlToday

system, and cleanup efforts are starting. But dangerous
accidents like this can't happen anymore, the earth is in folks, we're gonna talk about somethingthat Anthony LedermanN
makes me so mad it makes me want to cry. I
bad enough shape already. recently read an article that said America can expect 0
What's even worse about the recent leak is that the 375,000 babies to be born addicted to crack cocaine.Is THE INSIDErun
problem of contaminated soil and water isn't new to that sick, or what?
Alachua County. Gasoline from local service stations con- That's 375,000 babies addicted to crack! There'll no bolt, and get help. NOW.
taminated the water supply near Archer Road in 1985, be baby wars out there. It's a tough life bein' a kid as Hopefully, God I hope I'm right, very few of you
it is, imagine the streets littered with baby muggers reading this actually would fall into either one of these
causing the County Commission to enact tough tank tryin' to get their fix. categories. And that's why you should read this. It's
regulations for the area. The commission set some of the But, seriously folks, 375,000 addicted to drugs. Is out there people. And it's ugly. You just don't know
toughest restrictions in Florida, requiring stations to this'for real? Are these parents (for lack of a better who you're dealing with these days. Really.
replace all single-wall underground gas tanks with double- word here) complete idiots?They're damn fools if you Don't do drugs. Just don't. If you can't just not do
wall tanks. ask me. You can cry the "they're poor street people, it, then think again because it's insanely risky. Andif
nameless, lifeless and addicted to drugs," song 'til you have sex, at least know the person. And if you
Just one year ago, a Department of Environmental Ser- you're blue in the face I ain't buyin' it. must have sex with a stranger, use protection. Really.I .
vices official estimated more than half of the county's 400 No. NO. NO! Don't give me those down and out I mean,you're playing with your life. And if you must
gasoline facilities were leaking gasoline into the blues, it doesn't cut it here. If your life is so bad that have sex with a stranger without protection well,
groundwater. All of the drinking water in the county drugs and sex ((it just sounds like a deadly combo, it was nice knowing you. I mean, chances are, people
comes from groundwater.Why doesn't it, like pills and booze) are your only solace, who do that will do it again and again and the odds
then I have no sympathy. will catch up with 'em (or you).
didn't UF take notice of their tanks when the If you can acquire enough money to buy drugs And that is the real story here. I read that one in
issue was brought up on the local level? Even though the then you can get a job. Maybe a scroungy job, but it 12 Americans gets high every month which leads me
university isn't under the county's jurisdiction, officials would at least be a way off the street. to believe that one in 20 Americans uses cocaine at
should have paid attention when the issue came up Plus, by 1991, there'll be 20,000 babies with AIDS. least once a month. Thats five in 100 people on the
years ago.Alachua. Hello?Are we listening?What the hell is going on? street. You have a five percent chance of meeting
Only women have babies,right?Seems to be the case someone with all of these wonderful qualities.But .
County commissioners fought for the restric- last time I checked. That means that X number of go ahead, be stupid. Zap yourself off the face
tions so that the community wouldn't face another case men with AIDS have to infect X number of womenor of the earth. That's one less crack-infested, AIDS-in-
of contamination UF is part of the community -. it's not ( vice-versa) to get 20,000 babies who don't have a fected ignoramus I will have to deal with. Just don't
immune to environmental problems. snowflake's chance in Hawaii go having babies and giving them your horrible,
In the few UF has faced Between AIDS and crack,I say stay off the streets, irresponsible problems. It's just not fair.
years, numerous
people. I mean are you that hard up for a jump in the Anthony Lederman is a junior in journalism and an
problems concerning the campus water supply and toxic sack or a fix? If you are, and you're reading this, then Alligator reporter.LETTERS .
materials. While there are constant tests on the system,
it's not enough. And this time with the gas leak, it was I 'TO: .THE EDITOR I
too close for comfort.
Stevens' cessant political posturing about the disastrous erosion of our
UFs environmental neglect is a big part of the prob- comments crime and the drug crisis, for a society's commitment to civil
lem and not a part of the solution. That attitude needs to unconstitutionalEditor mandate for aggressive action rights, and in recognition of their
change. against our citizenry. status as an endangered UF
: I nearly gagged reading and you shouldn't mind minority ignored at best, other-
UF Police Chief Stevens' com- when he does." wise harassed-have all the more
alligator ments regarding police relations Well I would, and any other reason to protest discrimination at
Editor with blacks in the Jan. 29 Alligator."It's American should. It is ironic thatas the hands of UPD.I .
perfectly constitutional fora much of Eastern Europe is applaud the steps Stevens is
Lucy Chabot police officer to stop you ." throwing off its shackles, the chief proposing to improve relations be-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor In which county is that chief?South imagines we'd be happy to be fitted tween the department and Afro-
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton Africa perhaps.Without just cause, with them. American students.: He shouldn't
it is certainly not constitutionalhere From what I've seen on this undermine them from the outset
Letters Policy or is being black con- that police harassmentis
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8 by 10 page). They should be campus, no student of any race by claiming
typed double-spaced end signed They should Include I typed name, address and telephone sidered just cause? responds cheerily to being stoppedand constitutional or fun.It is neither
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any question call Perhaps the chief mistakes the
the editorial page editor at 37 -458. questioned by police. UPs Gregory McGann
public hysteria, whipped up by in- Afro-American students, in light of TED'AU1GAT


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t.1'p I New election rules confuse Senate 1

Mon. Fri.
7 am 9 pm 0 5 1/2/ blocks By ANTHONY LEDERMAN stopped the meeting to look up the funding-depending on how senators
from campus rule but then decided to pass the vote tonight.
Sat. Alligator Writer
Wave issue to the Board of Masters,Student
9 am 5 0 Co-ed "It's a shame for them to be
Next week's Student Govern Government's version of the penalized because of the old election
Sun. 0' No Contracts ment elections continue to confusethe Supreme Court. rules," Trebincevic said.
Noon 4 pm weekly Senate meetings. Sen. Chris Tompkins said a bill
536 SW 2nd Ave 0 Nautilus can not be heard during the slating Tompkins and new Judiciary
Tonight senators will hear a bill
372-7878 Committee Chairman Adam Tan-
process, political parties
which was postponed during its
r the lists of candidates enbaum will introduce a bill designed
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hearing last week.The bill asks for
to clear the slating
1 with the up
OF SEMESTER.. i I $3,640 to assist graduate studentsin party. .
.I I $'oMended 00 controversy.The
I $45.00 1 $75.00 II III their travel costs. Part of the The confusion occurred because
1 I oM.r(..p 2/10/90)) II 1 money will go toward sending two in the past slating began two bill proposes that no new
-- representatives of the Graduate weeks before the election.But this special request bills shall be con
!---W Eit l- i G'-T 1 MONTH t-1 Student Council to a national con year's slating process started three sidered by the Senate in a regularor
ference in Chicago. weeks before elections.But special meeting 14 days prior to

L $10.00< l 1- SPECIALS j $ CJWOODY'S Student Senate President Amira when the Board of Masters the first day of elections.

: Trebincevic was uncertain met, they decided senators should Student Body President Ed
whether the bill could be introduced make the decision on whether the Scales also plans to proclaim Feb.
il 1 11;1 10 0 ON within three weeks of the slating process should effect the 26 through Mar.3"Student Nurses
Feb. 14 election because the bill hearing of the bill,Tompkins said. Week,"with Mar.2 being"Student

deals with money. Trebincevic Confusion may postpone GSC's Nurse's Day.

C I Mural moved; 34th Street wall safe for graffitiBy ; .
arq.QThe wall intact for their freedom of and sea turtles."
Writer expression," he said. In order to get a feel for the
Best Bar -B-g In The World The mural,which will be paintedon experience, Evangelist traveled to
Tuesday Night Special Two years after receiving moneyto the wall along Southwest First Crystal River and swam with man
paint a mural on the 34th Street Avenue and First Street, will be a atees. Evangelist said he commu-

All the Bar-B-Q Ribs graffiti wall, Gainesville artist Jim tribute to the endangered Florida nicated with the manatees by
Evangelist will paint on University manatee.It will feature a baby manatee mimicking their behavior.

You Can Avenue Instead.Evangelist and his mother floating near Although he knows painting a
previously had the bottom of a body of water with wall won't solve the problem,Evan-
;; yES planned to paint a mural of endangered the sun shining through the sur gelist said, he wants to send out a
.95 Florida sea life on the 34th face."I. message of concern."It .

Street wall but after negative reactions wanted to create a holistic may heal some wounds locally
7520NEWBERRYRO 332-7851 from students, he decided to message," Evangelist said. "I'm ,"he said. "It sends out a state-
look elsewhere. concerned about endangered Florida
see Mural, page 12IEN
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CANDIDATESfrom some annexation," Hedgecocksaid. encouraged him to try again."I county residents will vote on
page 3 ."In 10 years,we ought to lookat didn't really like the feeling of March 13,the same day as the city
a full consolidation, includingthe losing," McKnew said. "I just re- elections.
trols in neighborhoods, fewer smaller cities (in Alachua solved that this is something thatI The county's plans for spendingthe
speed traps and better street light County)." I want to do." extra tax revenues are ill-ad-
ing in the city. After the forum, Hedgecocksaid McKnew said he sees crime and vised, McEachern said.
"The Student Ghetto definitely he didn't really see any issues security as the top concerns in McEachern also opposes the 1/2/ PRICE SPECIALS
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OUT The UF team will host the Gator Invitational tour-
t ,
1.i Many UF students think of football or basketball nament in March and travel to several other compe-
when they hear the letters "FSU" or "UM." But the titions throughout the semester.Traveling makes the
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A CROWD j' UF Speech and Debate team has other rivalries in team seem like a family, Roberts said.
mind. "I kind of feel like a mother with her kids some-
at t A'' UF, Florida State University and the University of times,"she said.
ATTEND Miami are the. three_major! j debate teams that competeon Business administration senior Marc Heimowitz
a collegiate level in Honda. said participating on the team will
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I t--New" Watermelon Variety Developed UNIVERSITY Peter Zory's' Research Team I

I In IFAS Lab By Researcher Crall Develops. New-Generation Laser

.. _rr4 A research team headed by Peter Zoiy, UF selenide laser. The Japanese device had to be disc players. In a CD player, the beam froma
I: How sweet it is1! That's s what researchers pie just don't' t consider them"' watermelonsif electrical engineering professor, has developed cooled to minus 93 degrees Celsius, making a tiny laser on a semiconductor chip reads
are saying about Jubilee II, a new varietyof if they don't t have stripes,: Crall says. the world's first optically powered, it impractical for commercial applications. the microscopic pits in the disk to play the
watermelon developed' by scientists at ''A lot of watermelons are sold now in cut # room-temperature laser made from zinc sel- Zinc selenide produces a blue laser beam music recorded on it.. But the demands for

the University of Florida's Institute of Food pieces, and their sales are influenced a great enide, a semiconductor material long been that can focus on a spot one-third the size increased information storage come not
and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS). deal' by their appearance. I don't know if suspected to hold great promise as a lasing of the infrared beams produced by current from the music industry but from the com--

Jim Crall, professor and plant pathologistwith you'll 11 be able to distinguish Jubilee II from material.. The eventually materials. The smaller beam could pack information puter industry.
Florida Research and the original Jubilee in looks, but they do the amount of information storedon
IFAS' Central "' ly triple more densely on optical disks, Optical information storage has been
j Education Center in Leesburg, developed taste better,: he says. optical discs for computers. increasing their capacity.Semiconductor slower to be adopted in computers becausethe

both the original Jubilee and the new Crall began developing the superior seed FACULTY EDITION The UF laser tops a development by Japan's' lasers are commonly usedin technology is not yet as economical as

Jubilee II watermelon varieties.. Crall has that growsII into a Jubilee II in 1971.' Jubilee M Hiroshima University researchers, who reported fiber-optic communications, such as tel- magnetic storage-the familiar floppy disks,

been breeding watermelons since 1952, II is more resistant to fusarium wilt disease last March that they had developed a zinc ephones, data transmission and compactL hard disks and magnetic tapes used by

when he joined the UF (faculty. than the original Jubilee, says Crall. The most computers.
Jubilee II fruits have better texture, sweeter disease has plagued melon fields and .n Zory said another breakthrough will be

flavor and a more attractive color than caused problems for farmers for many years. necessary, though, before the zinc selenide

the original Jubilee watermelon, Crall says.. In the 1987 Observational Southern Coop: laser will![ make its way into optical informa--
UF's Ian Wins Award
Since its release in 1963, the original Jubilee erative Watermelon Trials, Jubliee D produced Phillips L FACUlTY I tion storage technology. Thq quest is under
watermelon has become one of the three higher yields than 14 other varieties in the way in labs across campus where materials

leading varieties of watermelon in the trial and rated the highest overall score. For Research 1aC and chemical engineers are trying to devel--
Southeast, prized for its flavor and resistance '1'm 1' sure you'll'' see Jubilee II in stores this Hypertension op a blue laser diode using the same ma-

to disease, says Crall.. summer," says Crall, '"but distribution of terial.. Diodes allow lasers to be pumped,

Jubilee II looks like the original-it is a seeds this first year will be limited to Florida New insights into the human body's's pro- r HONORSACTIVITIESWinston / Arlene Stecenko the statewide con- or powered, by electricity.. Without them,
long, striped watermelon. "There is a very growers because our work is supported by duction of a hormone called angiotensin is new' semiconductor lasers must be powered by
law and Am- sultant for the Children's Medical Services
definite market and demand;, a lot of peo- state tax dollars:' New Jubilee II Variety and its association with high blood pressure Nagan, professor other lasers or electron beams.
have earned an international award for Un- L. nesty International-USA' chairman, receivedthe pediatric pulmonary program. Zory, who has worked on lasers for IBM

iversity of Florida scientist Dr: Ian Phillips. Bahai Human Rights Award. Associate professor of music Russell and General Electric, said IBM for lack ofa
r Joe Wittme?; counselor education professo Robinson is chairman of the Music Tech- with
blue diode laser, is alter-
Phillips, who chairs the physiology department a ; working an
Beeman Honored __ received Florida Association for Counselor Committee for the Florida Music
nology nate to a blue laser
at the Health Science Center, is technique produce
I co-discoverer of the fact that Education and Supervision's DistinguishedService Educators Association.. called second harmonic generation..
regarded as a
With MedallionFor I known to be 1 N Award for 1989. Larry Libby, food and resource econom 'It's' ,:"' Zory said, '"but they're'
angiotensin, long produced in expensive
THIS,NEXT WEEK Lawrence Malvern emeritus of
CAMPUSg4i / professor ics department chairman, is the 1990-91
the blood, is also synthesized in the brain. doing it anyway, because they want that
20-Year ServiceCarl zTODAY z- His findings, along with subsequent discov gineering aerospace science engineering, received, mechanics American and Society en-- president Economics elect Association.of the Southern Agricultural blue light.. If we come in soon with the blue

cries of angiotensin production in the kidneys diode, it will blow that technology out of
of Mechanical Worcester Reed
Engineers' Alistair Duckworth has
English professor
the water"The :
heart and other have
E. Beeman, professor and chairmanof Room, 1700 SW. 23rd Drive.. body Warner Medal.. been selected as a member of the editorial research at UF is of a multi-mil--
the department of agricultural and exten-- ZOOLOGY BROWN BAG seminar features ENVIRONMENTAL\ SCIENCES SEMINAR,,, prompted hope that new site-specific drugscan Graduate research professor of art Jerry board of the South Atlantic Review.. lion-dollar funded by the Defense

sion education, was awarded the Presidential University of Miami biology professor 'International Economics and the Energy be developed' that would inhibit the locations or. Uelsmann received the Photographer Award Dwight Adams, physics professor, is a Advanced Research program Projects Agency in the
block the hormone's
Medallion by Interim President RobertA T. Fleming, 'Plant-pollination coevolution: of Shrimp Aquaculture in production at I from the Photographic Society of Japan. member of the National Science founda-- Department of Defense.

Bryan at fall commencement exercises in leptonycteris and Sonoran desert cacti," Ecuador,:"' b by UF Center for Wetlands direc-- where excess synthesis' occurs. Chemistry protessor Merle Battiste received tion Panel to review proposals for the In- This extensive includes researchin

December. Fewer than six Presidential Me- 11:45: a a.m., 110 Carr Hall. tor Howard Odum, 1145: a.m.. ., Phelps lab- In recognition of Phillips' widely pub. Research Corporation's' Research strumentation and Laboratory Improvement four areas considered program
dallions are usually presented in a one-year BLACK HISTORY MONTH FORUM with oratory Seminar Room. lished discoveries, which are believed to Opportunity Award for his project 'Novel Program. defense and industrial competitiveness:

time period.. Gainesville Mayor Cynthia Chestnut, 12:30p CITRUS PRODUCTION SEMINARS by provide a basis for improving the treatmentof Organometallic Reagents for Organic Syn-- English professor David Leverenz has microelectronics, superconductivity, ad-
Beeman, who served the university at p p.m., Reitz Union North Lawn. Lykes-Pasco employee relations manager high blood pressure, he has been select thesis based on Oxophillic Metals:' been named to the board of advisory edi- vanced materials for

every commencement for the past 20 years, BLACK HISTORY MONTH RECEPTIONfor Rich Hetherton discussing ''Manage ed winner oft the seventh annual Louis and Food and resource economics professor tors of American Quarterly. composite, and ,aerospace which involves -

has been chief commencement marshal student leaders, sponsored by Alpha ment/Employee/ Relations" and LykesPascocitrus Artur Lucian Award for outstanding research WG.. Boggess won a Distinguished Profes-- Alda Banua, associate professor of Arabic applications optical devices optoelectronics such as lasers.

since 1975.. He organized every' academic Phi Alpha, 2 2pm., Institute of Black nursery manager John Gose discuss- into diseases of the circulatory system DR. IAN PHILLIPS sional Contribution Award for Research from language and literature, was co-editor of a

convocation, including commencements, Culture. ing "Citrus Nursery Practices,:"' 1 1:55: p p.m.. ., The $$40,000, award is to be presentedin the Southern Agricultural Economics Association special issue of Shofar;, an interdisciplinary
inaugurations and special events. QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE meet- 2302 Fifield Hall.. March at McGill University in Montreal, pressing this particular hormone"Phillips' : for research on ''A Bioeconomic Simulation journal of Jewish studies.

Bryan called the medallion a '"token of appreciation ing to discuss life at UF for Black and WILDLIFE SEMINAR by Smithsonian Institution Canada, where the prize was established work,, supported for more than 10 Analysis of Irrigation Investments. History professor George PbzzetU has

for Carl's's years of loyalty, dedica-- Hispanic students, 3pm 3 ., Division of post-doctoral associate R.. through bequest from the late Olga years by the National Institutes of Health Geography department: chairman Edward been appointed to the Giovanni Agnelli
tion and service as the university's' chief Housing Conference Room, Museum Road Sukamar>;, "Ecology and Management of the Leibovici, in honor of her two brothers.. (NIH), &has established the fact that angiotensin Malecki received the Research Honors Awardof Foundation's' Advisory Committee for Vice President

marshal" Bryan added, "Being a commence- and 13th Street.ZOOLOGY Elephant in South India, 3 3:45: p p.m., Florida Angiotensin is known for its powerful effect plays a central role in cardiovascular control the Southeastern Division of the Association Italian American Studies for the academic

ment marshal is no easy task;, it is as important SEMINAR, "Major Patterns in Museum of Natural History Classroom in constricting blood vessels, which ex- The American Heart Association also of American Geographers for research on year 19891990. Sandeen Wins Top o

as service on any number of committees Ecology and Evolution of Plant-Visiting Bats, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY LECTURE, plains why production of the hormone may has contributed to his studies, which are the impacts of technological change. Jacquelin Goldman, clinical psychologyprofessor

Service as a commencement marshalis by University of Miami biology professor T. "The Mechanism of Termination of the impair\ blood flow and cause high blood regarded as having great potential for the im- Lena Hatzichronoglou, assistant professor in the College of Health Related National AwardArthur

recognized as an extremely important Fleming, 3 345; p p.m.. 211 Bartram Hall. RhodopsinTransducin.: '
aspect of the service component of any facul-- MATERIALS SCIENCE E LECTURE, "Mag- Retinal Rods,:" by Dr. Marc Chabre, In- blood pressure inhibit the body's production A member of UF's medical faculty since '"American\ Hellenic Who Is Who in the the American Board of Professional
ty member's' record.. At our commencement netic Materials, by University of Pittsburgh stitut de Pharmacofogie, Valbonne, France, of angiotensm, but Phillips notes these 1980, Phillips has recently been recruited to Business and the Professions" Psychology. Sandeen,, vice: president for student -

exercises, marshals make it all happen"." professor William Soffa, 4 p.m.., Bless Au- 4 p p.m., C1-9 9 Communicore Building, J J. drugs often cause side effects because they several positions of international leadership Three members of UF's' physics department affairs and professor of educational
Elroy J J. Bolduc, professor of instruction ditorium, Williamson Hall. Hillis Miller Health Center. simultaneously affect organs and tissues in research related to the cardiovascular system -Neil Sullivan, Pierre Sikivie and College of Medicine immunology professor leadership in the College of Education,

and curriculum in the College of Education, FOOD SCIENCE SEMINAR, "The Rolesof ARCHAEOLOGY LECTURE, "The Wed- throughout the body. He chaired the 1989 international Gor-- David Tanner-are featured in a Japanese Dr. Parker Small, Jr. is chairman of has been designated recipient of the

succeeds Beeman as chief marshal. Bolduc Zinc and Metallothionein in Cytoprotec- ding of an Athenian Maiden," by John "What we hope will come from our research don Research Conference on Angiotensin Public Broadcasting System science program the subcommittee on new vaccines for the Scott Goodnight t Award for Outstanding

previously served as associate marshal.. tion,:"' with UF graduate assistant Jay Oakley, associate professor of classical is the development of better-targeted and is the newly appointed editorinchiefof about UF's' study of axions. National Vaccine Advisory Committee.Dr. Performance

Schroeder, 4 4:05: p p.m.. G-086{) McCarty Hall studies at College William hi and Mary, 7 7:30: drugs designed to exert therapeutic effects the international journal "Regulatory Dr. Paul Nicoletti, College of Veterinary David Orban, College of Medicine The award, presented by the National
PLANT PATHOLOGY TALK by North p.m.. 109 Little Hall. directly l at the sites where angiotensm' levels Peptides." He also is a member of NIH's'a Experimental Medicine professor of infectious diseases, associate professor of surgery and chief of Association of Student Personnel Administrators -
Dakota State believe it is Cardiovascular Research Review medicine, is president-elect of (NASPA), is one of the highest
plant pathology emeritus professor BLACK HISTORY MONTH STUDENT- are high, Phillips said. "We received from the emergency
an honorary diploma
Women Faculty GroupTo molecular Panel and of the Parent Committee for the Florida chapter of the American Collegeof honors in the profession. Sandeen will
R R.L. Kiesling, "Studies in Covered PRODUCED PLAY, "For Colored Girls possible, using the a techniques of American \Veterinary\? Epidemiology Society
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Discuss Aggression RINKER DISTINGUISHED LECTURE, FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE SERIES, Uni-- ( ) basic chemical molecule of her Hypertension} The National Science Foun-- / RESEARCH luncheon in New Orleans on March 16.

''Aggressive Behavior: How to Reco meIt 'Low Income Housing: Third World,:"' by versity of California at Santa Cruz astronomy edity-that is responsible for producing dation has appointed him acting program Dr. Hal Bingham, College of Medicine of Since his arrival at UF in August 1973,
It and Deal With It in Students and OtherFaculty" Kunle Ade Wahab, environmental design professor Frank Drake discusses "Search angiotensm and to block the DNA from ex- director for 1990 professor and chief of plastic and recon-- Stephen McKnlght, associate professor Sandeen has had administrative respon--
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7 room 400 Reitz Union. ampresenters CIETY FORUM, "Americans: Myth vs. riculum professor is chairman Span- the student union, counseling
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page 7 Scales verbally agreed Friday to supplies, manpower and promotional Evangelist said parking in the lot Government will be great,"Scales
give Evangelist $1,500 from Student material, he said."I across from Central City, where said at the meeting Friday.
ment of oneness from the commu- Government's community affairs wanted to construct a project the mural will be painted, will not
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manatees, Evangelist said, and The money from SG will help $200 to $300 to help Evangelist and SG,will be named in the mural a lot better looking than the
may be willing to give a free concert Evangelist start the project,which paint the mural. He said he has with the city being named in the 'french fries' and a lot less expen-
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Neat/Responsible ROOMMATE WANTEDNS $260 own bdr, ba, Call Susana 373.2633
17 Notices Oak Forest large, clean, beautiful for. 2bd/2 1/2/ ba In a quiet NW leave 2.12-5.5
.. o How to correct 2bdrm/2ba apt. Private end unit flanked by wooded areafurnished own bd/ba message.
18 Rides .::<::::; woods. Walk to UF. Pools, tennis, volleyball $255/mo/ & $100 deposit. No pets ft no

cancel your ad: extras. Pets ok. $485/mo. 3369284. smoking. Call 3775128leave m... 2-6- 6 FOR SALE
19 Pets :.:::J : 2-8-3-2 7-5
20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
Serious student to have own room In
Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4
pm. low as $25/mo no $ down
bath amenities Shands VA Shopping
,near house In quiet neighborhood less than
No refunds con be given. FREE Catalogue over 50.000
3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 2- 1ml. from campus. $120/mo & 1/3 util.
customers 1-800-825-7283

o When will your ad run? Alligator errors: 16-15-2 3733332. 2-6-55 2-19-30-6 f
Check ad the FIRST day it runs.
M/F Rmmt Wanted: Wlndmeadows. Own
Call 373-FIND with any corrections before RENTAL PROBLEMS? bdr/ba $262.50/mo, pay 1/2 utll. Please Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more
noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY Call Our Leasing Office brands are all at our New Location) Car
Classifieds will TWO Call Cristal at 336-9250. 2-6-5-5
begin RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY for Super Specials!!! Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372-

DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY. Corrected 2 BEDROOM BATH CASABLANCA N/S, own room and ba In 2070.

Ads mailed in-or placed at the ads will be extended one day. 3 BEDROOM 3 BATHWASHERDRYER 2bdr condo, turn., w/wash/dryer/ $200/mo
No refunds or credits can be given after / INCL. & 1/3 Ulll. 335-3869 2-9-8-5
Union or Shands take beet and lowest stereo
may priced car
placing the\ ad. Changes called in alter
OXFORD MANOR store In town 372.2070 2201 NW 13 St.
THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated Share huge 2bdr/2ba, close to UF avail. ,
may run for any length of time 377.2776 Immediately, 3356984. 21310.5
Customer error or changes:
and be cancelled at any time. 2-16-12-2 Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer,
Room & Bath In NE House. N/S Cent
Corrections must be made In person at
Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best
Sorry but there can be no refunds Mac, wash/dry, no lease, $195/mo & 1/2 ,
The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON.
Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225 Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo -
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee. 1829 NW 2 Ave. (by O'Dome' ) & 1222 NW 6-5-5 util. Call Dave after 6pm at 3784698. 2- to Go. 375.1834. 30-75-6

8 Av Now or Fall, Office: 411 NW 15 St.
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants .
371-0769. 2-6-5-2
ROOMY NEEDED Live In 2bd/iba condo,
for your dorm or apartment. We deliver
$185mo, near Oaks Mall wwasherdryer.Live .
SPACIOUSONE Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave
w/nonsmoker. call late 3736830. 2-
FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. BEDROOM APT. 7-5-5 377-5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 2-23-
ONLY $260MO.LYONS 13-6

1 FURNISHED APT F Rmmt for 4bdr/2ba furn condo By Oaks
INCREDIBLE 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 Mall. Wash/dry & Security System CAR ALARMS installed remote control
car truck or van fully guaranteed will
Apt. 4-30-71-2 any
$200/mo/ & split elect 3354298. 2-14-10-1
2 minute walk to campus) 1bd iba fully Starting at $185 5 demo.Call 336-9193 student Iv. message

furnished apt. near Norman Hall, quiet, Starting at $235 2 Bedroom 2 WKS FREEH! Center Court Apts. 11 2-28-34-6

sale. Was $295 now $235/mo. Must sublet CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE blocks N of UF. 1 BD $299, 2BD $349, very HELPII I Need A fun friendly female N/S
SW 8th Ave. 378-0764. 2-6-5-1 1210 NW 11 Ave. 3717777. Mgt.
110 NW 39th Ave. nice Rmmt. Oxford Manor Apt. Own bd/ba. COMPUTERPackard
NW 15 SI. 2.8.52MOBILE
378-3988 Avail Nowl 377-6034. 2-7-5-5 Bell 286. 12mhz 40mb hard
1 bedrm apt prefer mature responsible n/s
no pets/children 5ml NE of hwy patrol. 375-3861 drive, 5.25 1.2 floppy, 3.5 1.44 floppy,
4-30-70-2 3/2 NW HOUSE fins large yard, screen
: 1mb hl-res color monitor lyr
$275/mo. Incl. util, phone, washer/dryer ram vga
cable, washer, micro
warr., 4 mths on-slte, $1849, call 335-
376-1276. 2-6-5-1 3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF. 201 NW 3 FOR RENT/SALE UF/SFCC, No pets, unfurn rm. $150 & 1/3 1300. 220146Car
10th St. Wood floors, Cent. Ht/Air, Car Ut. 378-6499. 2-9-6-5
Two Room Suite $120. per mo. Call 372- NW 15th St. 371-0769.
Office: 411
2582. 2-6-4-1 port Rent or Rent to own: 2bdr/1 1/2 ba. Good Alarms, Autopsge,Chapman. Home
2-6-5-2 BRANDYWINE FURNISHED and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Ssneul, Sherwood
shape, central air, new paint, frost free
2bdr/1 b., Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room huge
Large 1 & 2 BR apt. neatly furnished no WINDMEADOWS APTS. frig, fenced, pets welcome. Call 371-9145. for and more. We Beat All Prices!
pool, 1/2 ml. to UF, $230/mo own room 373-3754. 4-30-69-6
convenient UF &downtown. $250-
pets, 1,2ft 3 Bedroom 2-9-10-3 & 1/2 cable & ulil. 372-2857, Dennis. 2-
275 mo. 376-5957.. 2-8-3-1 Pool, Tennis, Laundry 28-20-5
2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 12x70 3bdr/2ba Screened-Porch, Shed, WORD PERFECT 5.1
New Close to UF Move Or Rent
BRANDYWINE: Fern, own rm wwtr bd Latest release from Elite
FOR RENT: Lot. 4000. 392-2802.
WILLIAMSBURG APTS. fully furn. 2bdrl1 b. apt. Many xtras. Computer Systems $135, *335-1300
AVAILABLE NOW!!! $210/mo & 1/3 utll. Near UF 3730024.
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 86 Fleetwood, 2bdr/2ba, washer/dryer,
1, 2 TH ft 3 Bdrma. 2-6-3-5
Pool, Laundry screened patio, pool and tennis, Whitney PC-3 LAPTOP

to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR $270-$280, 1 Block to UF/Shnda Park, 441 North. No down payment. Takeover Need real nice I student for own rm In Great for class notes, $230 from Elite

2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse$440, Sec. 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253 mortgage. 378-8356. 2963SUBLEASE 2bd/1ba apt. fireplace.. $162.SO/mo & '335-1300 -

Plus LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. 1/2 utll. Call anytime 335-2651 Kp try'nl

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190.. 4-30-75- MOUNT VERNON APTS. : 2-6-3-5 PRINTER

2 1 ft 2 Bedrooms
4 HOUSE/APT. 24pln Letter Quality, from Elite $305, '335-
Nonsmk m/f' needed to share 2bdr 1bth
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet 1300
Close to UF/Shands .
apt. $110/mo & 1/3 utilities, walking distance 2-6-13-6.
washer/dryer available In most units for 2370SW Archer Rd. **372-5389 Sublet turn 1br/ba Apt. until 4/30/90./ to campus. Call 376-1283 for de
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B, 1 t 2 Bath 213152Casablanca $220/mo. Available NOWI.) Southern tails. 2855ROOMMATE

$250-$350, see & Imr. 372.8422. 4-30- Pines Apt. Call 372-3276. 2-7-5-4 Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and a 4-12

75-2 East, 2bdr/2 1/2/ ba, like new WANTED to share 3br/2ba cabinet channel switching effects. loop

townhouse, had w/d, screened porch Very nice 2bd/2ba apt Camelot unfurn condo In Sparrow on Tower Rd. Must bea and footpedai, both for $925 obo 377-

$299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL pool $475/mo, *402, Call 3350440. Watson Fireplace, barbeque, pool view. $550/mo. student. $175/mo & 1/3 util.! Drew 332- 5795.

Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. Pool.Tennis, Realty/Helen. 2-6-10-2 373.4898.nytlm.. 21510.4 8436.
Sauna, Gym and more.

STONE RIDGE APT. 1/2 mile from campus, quiet neighborhood WALK TO UFI Furn large room, share F rmmt, n/s to share 2bdrl1/ ba apt, ...
3800 SW 34th St. 375-1121 lots of trees. 2B/R A/C. D/W,< kit/baths, wash/dry ch/ac. One male $175/mo) & 1/2 util!, walking distance to
Offer valid to qualified application only washer/dryer/ hook-up. Call 3730129. 2- $190 util. incl. Parking. 376-6652 See to campus, call 377-4244. 2.8.5-5. Continued on next page.

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MICRO CENTER// Computer 376 1145' 85 Trac Moped 2500ml. looks like a 90. 89 Golden Bullet' Moped,two speed, auto, 80 Mustang Ghla. good cond, low mileage Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class
Editor choice CompuAdd Northgate Kept waxed, covered Runs like new oil Injected, kick start turn signals, gold $1800 oboe Call 374.4879 after 5pm Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Cozies Fine
H P Price same or lower than mail Must see to believe. extras. $265 Aron mag wheels, extended' gas tank, low Jewelry 3739243. 4-30-75-10:
order. Systems below include 1 mb, 40mb 371.4563. miles, extra clean $599.00 336.6254. 2- 85 Honda CRX.ac.am/fm cu-
((28mi), graphics monitor, 958 IIn.,4.pkratlnted wndws, excellent WANTED 2 RUSH TICKETS for Jax show
MC 286/12 $1195' Packard Bell $1295' 88 LYNX sun rf, Alpine stereo cass air cond, 1 owner, covertmanual, blue 5 219. Floor stats only. Am in a state of
MC 386SX $1495' Northgate 386/20/ excellent condo great gas mil. $2950 373- '84 I Kawasaki< 550 GPZ runs like new, less speed $4250 371-1215 Judy. agony. Will reimburse you well, 372-
$2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery 5139 leave message 273.8 than 10K mi. garage kept, looks great 3148. 2.85.10COMIC
$1999. CompuAdd 610' wI/ 20mb A graphics $1200 obo call Doug 3959485. 2.9.5-8 Colt 85, 5 door, lie/ dependable, good
monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties GREAT 4 WINES '16* 14k Hbone chain- condition, must sell, $2500 080. 376- BOOKS WANTED 1960.Present,
Onsite warranties Panasonic '1180 printer still In box. I pd $150, u pay $75. Call Amy 1985 Yamaha XJ700 Maxim, 14K miles, 0512evenings, 2969 nobody pays more for High Grade Silver
$165' HP Laser Jet lip $1049 4110 SW 371.3737. 2.62.6WATERBEDQueen new tires, bat Ignition Very reliable, well Age In Gainesville CALL 372-7990 2-
34th St. 308 W Univ Ave. maintained Many X.tras. $1500 336- 1989 Bronco II, 6300 miles, sport rims,
with heater $'00. 6794 2.'2-5.8 many extras, 13500. Call 376-2879 BUYING, cash for your Football, Baseball
Dresser 6 drawers $40. Exercise bike, alters' : pm. 285-9
Basketball Hockey. Call Dan 335-
Bunk beds, oversize for adult or kids, very
solid, $175. X 8 carpet w/pad/ grey.blue, $25.336.7035. 9 AUTOS 1973 FORD Maverick Good Shape, one 6413 2-7-4-10

$60. Freezer, 27cu.. Amana $200. 332 2 Pinball machines at $150' each Call Jay owner, Super Reliable This is not a Need a tutor for Mcintosh computer pro.
2391' 2656 at 372.2900 M.F 9.5. 2-16106' 88 CRX-sl, AC AM/FM Cassette 4-spks. junked! Only those looking to maintain or gram Arcitrlon. Call 335.0734.
sun roof, fuel Injection, Alloy wheels, like restore need apply $650obo 378-1989.
'1988 Cannondale frame set, 58 centime Bose 301 Speakers for sale, $150 obo, new. Andrea 373.8124 Lv Msg 27-109 Need a pair of Recaro seats' for a Mustang
ter, blue. Great condition $275 OBO. Call 85 T-BIrd White, New Tires Automatic
374.8301. Ask for Paul & Iv. message .I have a replacement set of replica
George at 336 0767. 2636 AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange Excellent Condition 3995. Call 1-496-
Recaros I will pay good money I and I will
ft Blue Insurance Drive thru in Butler 2446. 2-16-10
replace the seats myself Call 335 4548 ftaakforVince
Gol 12 spd bike $100. end tables Plaza We care. Call us 1st
,$20. Sola $145, neon beer sign $95, light Alpha Byte Computers 286, 1mb ram, 377CARS. 29-109 87 Hyundai Excel excellent cond ac am 295-10'
ing ball $90, 79 Corolla $1000 obo 375 30mb hard, floppy, mono dos, warranty fm cass low miles take over payments or
$1270, Similar 386SX $1425. xt $980. 495-
4394 LvMsg. 11 SERVICESNW
1982 Honda Accord 4dr, Sspd, 84,000 $4700 335.4164. 2-959
mi., light blue Located In red D parkinglot
/ Orlando Hawaii plane ticket. March adjacent to the Graham area. $2300 77 280Z. low miles engine, new clutch, Mini storage at 1-75 ft NW 39th Ave
15.23. $480 negotiable. Call 3788784. brakes, Oaks Mall S 5 10 20 from
obo. 395 9633. 2 6 S 9 injection system, $1850. Days near area, x to x
2646 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME 375.1030, Nights 332.7861. Ask (for Troy. $20, 10%disc to students 3328917. 4-
1978 Datsun, 280Z 2+2 Drk grn ..ddl.lnt.
AIRLINE TICKET Orlando.Newark, Iv Feb UF LOCATION! 15 room house alloys, low miles, am-lm cassette Eq. 1977 Ford Pinto 8 cyl. Runs strong am/fm BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
17/12p' return Feb 24/1''lam on Continental CH/AC. Good condition! Rented In- Good mech. cond. No dents. $2600 obo radio excellent trana auto. power steerIng .
$150 obo 395.9446. 2756 vestment/lraternlty/other/ $130,000 377.0310' brake asking $450 call Mark at 395-

378-66520wn.r. 3-7.42.7 7285. 1233 NW 10th Ave
t 1988 Toyota Celica Convertible, red
Nice clean modern furniture, all at reason 372-1664
able prices. TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA, eat In am/lm cass CD. alarm, phone, cover, S CAMARO 78.. Red, 80,000 mi, MC/VISA/lnsurance
The Plunder House kitchen, pool, tennis, washer dryer, For speed, 373-9547. 2659 new tire, new a/c, am/fm/ cassette, runs Free Pregnancy Test
511 SW 4th Avenue est of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing good. Asking $500. obo 371-0694. 29. Member
374.5401. 1987 Ford Tempo LX Cruise Tilt Air
National Abortion Federation
M/C Amex, Visa. 2 14 10 6 Is It True You Can
Buy Jeeps for $44
AM-FM, Cassette, PS PB, Like New, 5
25' Nishiki 12 spd $180' obo: 4 81 228 Run townhouse 2bdr/2 1/2 ba, Speed. Power Locks $5900. Call Rich at through the U.S. Government? Get the SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE
whls w/gdyrs $225 obo; New pr JBL mid wash/dry, partially furnished, asking 335.6143 Lv. Message 2-1259' 688. 6-1-9 today) Call 1708742.1142 Ext. Get confidential testing and treatment at
rnge $110 obo 336.8510 after 5pm 2756 $44,500. Assume mortgage. Call 372- PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4-
4293. 1985 Honda Prelude, mint, air, am/fm/
cassette, sunroof, tilt wheel, red wgray- '78 Thunderbird original owner, PSPW/ MOVING
Kramer focus 2000 with case and Peavy blk velour Int. $6800 Sandy: days 395- PB/ ACAM/ FM atereo Runs great, Resourceful student' w// full size truck will
40 watt Amp. Must sell $250 OBO. 8 MOTORCYCLESHonda 0604 wkends/eves 15954241. 2989 $750. Call 375.6858 after 5pm beat any price In town.336.9461. 38.30ByDoyleaStemacky -

Call Jeremy 3775905. 2856

Elite 150 3 months old with only 90
Schwinn Prelude 21m racing bike wI Paramount miles on it, mint condition. Financial crisis WALT: t'EU.1'S. Q Q
$300. I will deal. Call Jay at 338.8777. 26-
computer, extras. Asking
Call Amie at 3355334. Leave Message. 6.8

;856 Clean! Honda CM2SO Custom, 1983 4k RICaft WHAT WAY? WHICH 19 WHY MAN, ?HEM WIPU,
fairing, cover, helmet, Ilk..new condo
Moving out 01 G'ville. must sell Call 373 Easy parking on campus $650 obo. 375-
5457 leave msg if no answer. 2966 RIY tHls (XRA a'TR, P1.9))
BeauliControl Cosmetics, all prods. 40"%' 1987 Yamaha Radian 600cc only 1600 reeK How. 4WAMPGA4 OKfrtNOKBE
miles, comes with 2 helmets and saddlebags
oil inventory at 1989 prices. 336 1465. MACHINE? WIN excel condo Call 375.8928 or 377- I1WOUGMTAUBftZt THEATRE/
2014. $2400. 2.8.5-8 i

$75 OBO HONDA REBEL 250, $650 obo, Call Jon
3732753. 2746 371'4409 2858AWESOME

45 gal marine AQUARIUM Wet.dry filter, ENDURO, 1985 Suzuki j
5 nice pieces coral actinic lights, many SP250 Great t for trails/school I Exc. cond Q Qaaz
fish many extras $350. 378.8869 Alan. and mechan perfect $950/obo. 374-
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edge etc one time or long term Kevin eve (To 24 Wks) Great bargains wlayaway plan avail. TYPING WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 43075.
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ilem/Hse Full. Dayt/Evet, Long die hay rides parties sales working or essay writing? $8/hr, eves/wkds Call Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc resumes $2.50/hr 15/page Laser
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paper and information is completely confidential RESUMES
6. DO NOT abbreviate Valentine's Day.
Same day, Next day
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I Arnsparger: No rush to name coach

of those things out of the way." demands of its student athletes," Arnsparger
Glass not a Alligator Staff Writer UF interim coach Don DeVoe is reportedly said.

] among Arnsparger's candidates, and DeVoe's contract ends April 30,1990,and
UF's search for a permanent head basket- DeVoe has expressed interest in the perma- there is growing concern that the longer the

ball coach will carry at least into the monthof nent job. But Arnsparger would not name delay in naming a permanent coach, the

typical starIt March, as Gators Athletic Director Bill anyone he is considering. greater the damage to UF's 1990 recruiting

Arnsparger said Monday he will not begin "That's something you need to talk to effort.

interviewing candidates until the end of the Coach DeVoe about," Arnsparger said. "Idon't
would seem that, as a potential lottery
But Arnsparger dispelled such
pick in June's NBA Draft Mississippi for- current college season. want to say who is and who isn't (a concerns.

ward Gerald Glass would take advantage of But that doesn't mean Arnsparger isn't candidate)." "It's the same thing that's happened in

every opportunity to boost his statistics and busy preparing a mental list of potential] As in UF's search for a head football football," he said. "When we get the right

impress pro scouts. coaches. He said he watches games almost coach, Arnsparger said he is looking for person in place,the recruiting will take care

But Glass is no ordinary basketball star. nightly on television, scouting out possible someone "that we can all rally behind and of itself. The only difference is the early

In this his senior season with the Rebels, candidates in both the collegiate and professional have the type program that we all would signing period was in November."

Glass hasn't out of his embel- ] ranks. like."
gone way Arnsparger said he has set no timetablefor
lish his numbers. "You're limited because the season's still "We need someone to lead this program naming the coach.
going on, but you try to do your homework," who's had success in the program they've permanent

-> Mike Dame Arnsparger said. 'That way when the inter been a part of and has the knowledge of "The date is insignificant," he said. "The

EXTRA view process gets underway, you have a lot what the University of Florida expects and important thing is we have the right person."

POINTS *'''!'"'; '':. I
UF begins

Saturday's UF-Ole] Miss game in the

O'Connell Center provided a perfect exam

ple. After Glass slithered his way in and out I difficult .
of the Gators defense for 26 points, Rebels

coach Ed Murphy took him out of the game

just inside the 5:00: mark in favor of re-

serves.Only seconds later however Murphy road swing

offered Glass the opportunity to return to

the floor and possibly pass the 30-point By DAN STIFFLER -
Alligator Staff Writer i
"I I asked him if he wanted to go back in 'TVX

because I thought he could get 30, 35 After UF's 20-point loss to Mississippi on

points," Murphy said. "He said, 'No, let Saturday, Gators interim basketball coach
Greg Jones play. He doesn't get to play Don DeVoe said the team reached the low

much. How many lottery picks would do point of the season.
that" But DeVoe had better brace himself along

with the rest of the Gators, because tonight
Last year as junior his first at Ole Miss,
Glass averaged 28 points to rank fourth in they begin a difficult two-game road swing.
the nation and earned All-Southeastern UF faces Georgia at 9:30: p.m.on ESPN before

Conference honors. Many thought the traveling to Landover, Md., to face No. 5

Delta State transfer would forgo his senior Georgetown on Saturday.And .

season for the NBA but Glass who is if last Saturday was the low point, by

averaging more than 25 points a game this the end of this week, the Gators might haveto

season doubted his merits and stayed in climb two flights of stairs to get to the

school."I !. basement.

don't think I was ready physically," "Our team is facing an uphill battle every

Glass said. "I really wanted to improve my time we go out," DeVoe said. "For us to get

stock and become a lottery pick." the job done, it's a matter of executing."
UF the with 6-11 2-8
enters game a record
Murphy, who coached Glass as a fresh-
in the Southeastern Conference, while Geor-
man at Delta State in the 1985-86 season,
in at in the SEC.
gia comes 13-6,64
said the 6-foot-6, 240-pounder has done
And on the Bulldogs' mind is a 28pointloss
more than improve his stock. He has helped
to the Gators 6 loss will
on Jan. -a they
his Rebels teammates jell as a unit.
to in front of packed crowd at
try avenge a
And NBA executives are taking notice. 10
Georgia Coliseum.In .
When Glass scored a season-high 37 points,
their previous meeting,the Gators dom-
grabbed eight rebounds and dished out
inated Georgia from the outset behind
eight assists in Ole Miss' 75-60 home vic- strong
bench play, many of whom now are starters."I .
tory over UF on Jan. 2, 18 NBA scouts were
don't think the first game amounts to a
on hand.In .
hill of beans," DeVoe said. "I would expect
Glass' those the numbers
that really count.eyes Georgia,just because their coached by Hugh
Durham and I know the quality of their
shot. The of
Parting irony DwayneSchintzius'
KEVIN" maivicvvfsee '" -
purchase of a BMW since ]leaving Cator. page 19 Guard Scott Stewart could see playing time against Georgia tonight.
the UF basketball program has not gone

unnoticed. Tri-towers could be for UF
Wasn't it just a month ago that Dwayne power I Schintzius reportedly may

v was ousted for misbehavior from a party at the last two '

Alpha Tau Omega fraternity home of By GREGG)Writer DOYEL Lady Gators games.coach Carol Whitmire said play for European leagues

really expensive European cars? Alligator
McGhee's dominating play, which has Dwayne Schintzius, who quit the UF
With his new Beamer, it seems that When UF whipped South Florida] 7759in come and gone over the course of the basketball team Jan. 24,. appears to be

Dwayne would fit in quite nicely now. at women's basketball earlier this season, season, gives UF tri-towers for the 7:30: headed to Europe to continue his basket-
Lady Gators Rhvonja Smith and Erika p.m. tipoff."It ball career in either Madrid, Spain, or
5 0 They keep going and going and... Lang combined for 34 points\ and 18 re- (McGhee's play) certainly makes me Milan, Italy] his brother said Monday."If .
It's hard to imagine the Gators basketball
team but bounds. feel better about (tonight)," she said. "La-
getting anything's
any pos-
sible of late in this town. Those two may be the least of the Lady Tonya, R.J. (Smith) and Erika are playing he is, he'll find out today (Monday)

With six consecutive losses UF is only Bulls' worries tonight when UF travels to well." for sure and then he'll let you all know
probably (today) or the day after," ,said
the Sun Dome in Tampa for a rematch of
losses from the school]
eight away tying And that can only mean bad news for Travis Schintzius,a freshman forward with
the Dec. 9 contest.
record for consecutive losses at 14. the Lady Bulls, who Whitmire said are. .the Gators.
, If the current losing trend continues at Redshirt freshman LaTonya McGhee weak in the middle.

UF, the Gators will tie the record Feb. 24 has come alive lately, posting team-high DAN STIFFLER
against Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tenn. numbers of 33 points and 25 rebounds in see USF, page 19

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