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VOLUME 83, i iE

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Alligator Writer
UF's two political parties have collected
almost $8,500 in contributions and spent
almost $6,000 so far during the Student
e .4 40- Government election campaign.
While the two parties bought the usual
T-shirts, fliers and buttons, they also spent
money on burgers and beepers.
The Today party paid $214 for 600 ham
burgers it handed out Jan. 30 on the ReiU
Union north lawn.The party also paid$200
x a t to rent the University Centre Hotel trolley
for Wednesday. Today treasurerJohn Mali
said the party will
drive the trolley I .
around campus
ANN SlUDbAHL/ election day and SO I
Free at last offer studentsfree
rides to votspring
Nkwanda Jah, far left, hosts a "Mandela is free" party Sunday afternoon to celebrate the release of South African ing sites. 1990
anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela. The group dances to the song "Mandela," by Maze. For more about Vision candidates i

Mandela's release/ see page 4. carry
rented beepers at a cost of about $200 so
far and spent $216 for an organizational
meeting which included $70 for pizza and
Dead Week issue goes to electionSenators $56 for a keg of Michelob Dry.

Today candidates can be reached via
cellular telephones, which were donatedat
sponsor referendum to poll students' feelings about extra weekBy a comparable contribution of $70.

review before the final exam. Ralph Lowenstein said he knows many fac- According to election records filed Feb.
ANTHONY LEDERMAN He said he wants UF to shorten Dead ulty members schedule exams during Dead 5, Today spent $2,736.23 of its $3,836.48in
Alligator Writer Week by three days because it's not adheredto Week contributions on the campaign between
Many students complain that professorsdon't and it would eliminate a close-to-Christ- "We beg them not to do it," Lowensteinsaid. Dec. 13 and Feb. 4, while Vision spent
respect Dead Week, saying it is abused mas graduation when he graduates in De- "It isn't being followed, believe me." $3,236.25 of its $4,640.50 it received dur
and not a true "dead" week especially cember."I Lowenstein issued a memo in 1987 to all ing the same time.
when professors schedule tests and Introduce think it's a shame to have my parents department chairmen in the college about Two weeks ago, the candidates said
new material in lectures instead of drive up here and have to drive back the next issuing tests during review week.The memo their campaigns would each cost between
reviewing.Two day for Christmas Eve." stated,"I have tried to warn, in as diplomatica $5,000 and 9000.
student senators have sponsored a UFs undergraduate catalogue states that ( ) way as possible, that we are playing with
referendum for Wednesday's Stu- no examinations, class quizzes or fire that one day there is going to be a The largest contributions to both parties
dent Government election ballotto progress tests may be given after scandal about this open violation of Tigert came from the candidates themselves.
find out how students feel SGspring the first day of Dead Week and directives, and we will be in the middle of it Today presidential candidate Juan Vitali
about staying In school the extra prior to the final examination pe- Just one complaint from one student at gave more than $1,850, vice-presidential
week. this college and wait for the explosion." candidate Jace Jackson gave $400 and
Some students already know elections riod.As a result of Dead Week, UF The faculty handbook states that faculty treasurer candidate Linda Vickers do-
how they feel. 1990 students stay in school longer members should not assign projects or nated more than $900 to the campaign.
"We don't have a Dead Week, than students at other schools exams during that week. Vision presidential candidate Michael
we have a pseudo Dead Week," such as Florida State Universityand But marketing department chairman Alan Browne donated more than $1,450, vice-
senior finance major Jim Albertelli said. "I Florida International University.But Sawyer said it's fine for faculty to give an presidential hopeful Kevin Mayeux
always have tests during Dead Week." University of Central Florida student exam during Dead Week as long as it is not chipped in $500 and treasurer candidate
Student Sen. Charlie Grapski and former Carrie Petrosky said the professors at her cumulative. David Stern gave $820.
Sen. Chris Fraser sponsored the referen- school adhere to Dead Week. Lowenstein said many faculty members Twenty-two other individuals donated
dum,which will ask students to vote whether "There are no classes or anything," schedule final exams during Dead Week from $25 to $200 to Vision since Dec. 13,
they feel the intent of Dead Week is being Petrosky said. "There's no one even on cam thinking it is within the rules because it is and nine individuals gave money to Todayin
followed through, and whether they like it. pus during Dead Week." not comprehensive. amounts ranging from $25 to $130.

Depending on the outcome, Grapski and Student Body President Ed Scales said "It's wrong," Lowenstein said. "A final is Student Body President Ed Scales said
will take the results to administratorsto on" Dead Week."I the last exam of a semester, whether it's
Fraser professors have "trampled his party,Students Unite Now, spent about
lobby for appropriate changes, if any. think the purpose of Dead Week has cumulative whatever., non-cumulative" comprehensiveor $7,000 in last year's election.

Grapski said he expects students will wantto been violated so blatantly and obviously thatit Lowenstein said the only exam that is legal correctionDan
either do away with Dead Week or force keeps us all in school a week longer," during Dead Week is a lab test over weekly
all professors to treat it as a week for review. Scales said. material that is covered during Dead Week. Lowman is manager at Y.K. Kim's
the referen- Even administrators admit that Dead Tae Kwon Do and Nautilis at 4000 New-
Fraser said he co-sponsored He pointed out that most teachers give non-
dum because teachers who: introduce new Week is not respected by the faculty.Collegeof berry Road. Tht Alligator reported otherwise -
3rterial during Dead Week have no time top Journalism and Communications Dean see Referendum, page 12 on this page Friday

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Drop-add system investigatedTwo Council, the court of appeals for students at UT, said Trial week $3 203N W m sea.etc Ith, son STREET it oo.r.. 6 1

hundred students are under suspicion of he understands the frustrations students go through Spring Term $45 376-8400

tampering with the University of Tennessee's drop- trying to get into classes" but said the students' actions 1 Year $99 .ond...reo wnMrxnsme,tot,training, saw TMdi

add computer system, The Daily Beacon reported. were "inexcusable.
Vice Chancellor Phil Scheurer said a few students There have been problems with computer misuse

discovered the password to ITS computer system, every semester, computer science instructor Wallace
Mayo said. But these problems are usually limited to
allowing them to drop or add courses at will. The
password was then transferred between students. students leaving obscenities on computer disks.

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Corporate presentation: The In. Action letters: Amnesty International tonight at 7 in Turlington Hall

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I White rights group to submit its constitution I IBy I

DEBBIE CENZIPER Group leader Mark Wright said he Although Wright wouldn't allow anyoneto "We intend to seek remedy within UF for
Alligator Writer worked extensively with his vice president, read the constitution before he submitsit those instances that are specific discrimination -
Steven Patrick McCormick, while writingthe he read aloud what he said were the most against persons of the white race,
After one month of disputes, protests and seven-page constitution to ensure its important parts of the constitution. They are whether or not such discrimination benefits
the media spotlight, the group that calls legality and a speedy approval by UF admin- as follows: others. We deny the rationality of benign
itself the "white student union" is expectedto istrators. "We propose that the standards of admis- discrimination."
submit its constitution to UF administration Wright said the group's purpose is not to sions to the university be uniform in that no Wright said the group is open to anyone
today.If discriminate against minorities, but to person be admitted who does not meet who abides by the constitution-regardlessof
the group finds a faculty adviser and change laws dealing with Affirmative Action uniform standards." race, religion or nationality.
the constitution is approved, the group will and minority recruitment. Wright said the "We propose that subject matter at this Wright denied recent accusations by
become a registered student organization, group will strive for equal opportunity, and school be relevant, appropriate and of a members of CAB, who said the group was
despite opposition by the Fraternal Loyal formed as a balance to the Black Student socially acceptable nature. The curricula covering up for white supremacist skinhead
Order of 99, Coalition Against Bigotry anda Union. which contains overtly biased subjects be activities. Wright said, however, the group
host of individual protesters. Any regis- "Our constitution is designed to make discontinued." Wright said many teachers will not discriminate against skinheads and
tered student organization is allowed to use people aware of discriminatory policies and stress their personal views to try to influence
see Constitution, 13
UF facilities. injustices against whites," Wright said. students while teaching. page

Sexism homophobia
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topics of workshopBy

p i q"WOO /
A CHRISTY HARRIS elevate others," she said. "Why is
Alligator Writer being said you're like a girl one of
the most abusive things you can
About 80 UF students, faculty say?"
and staff from several campus Obear, a University of Massa-
groups learned Saturday that sex- chusetts doctoral student, com-
t:: .. w ual discrimination is the productof mended those who sacrificed a
their upbringing and culture but day to learn about these issues and
education can change their atti- to question people's sexist and
tudes. homophobic attitudes.
"We're like a sponge -we soak "Not everyone gets up at 8:30: to
II everything up," said Kathy Obear, be here at 9," Obear said. "I want
who directed the workshop on you to go back and keep askingthe
sexism and homophobia all day questions. It's through being
Saturday at the Presbyterian Stu- questioned, people open their
dent Center, 1402 W. UniversityAve. minds."
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, Student Services Associate
r was devoted to homophobia, de-
.. '. ,- .. ., Dean Phyllis Meek, chairwomanof fined as "the irrational fear dis-
< ... '\ : """ "" UF's 12-member Sexism and
and hatred of lesbiansor
",,- gust gays,
>> :..iI..4: ::: Homophobia Planning Committee
....{ ': j bisexuals, or of the homosexual
:_ "'; .: .' which sponsored the workshop, feelings in oneself and heterosexism -
said its purpose was to sensitize the resulting discrimination
people about discrimination against homosexuals.

against women and homosexuals, About 10 percent of the world

"MMLP aMbo r s' especially on campus. population is gay or lesbian, according
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? Obear of Massa-
president a
to committee literature.
chusetts human resource manage- Chairwoman Meek said about 10
,,,-: ment firm, spoke and directed
., percent of UF students probablyare
role-playing and other awareness
You're outta there exercises. Participants were Committee member Robert

Laurie Primicerio, a junior from Long Island, N.Y., tags out Cedric Turner at second base asked to pretend to be the oppo- Bosarge,Gay and Lesbian Student
site and later to "become"homosexual
during a Softball I class at Norman Field. Turner, an accounting senior from Tampa, said gender, for a while to better Union president, said people who
he thought he could stretch a hit to the outfield into a double. understand same-sex oriented are strongly homophobic can't be
changed. But the people who at-
tended the workshop can try to
The first half of the workshopwas

I Issues debated one last time defined spent as "prejudice discussing and sexism stereo-- learned treated improve by, the he telling said.way homosexuals others what they are

types plus the power to limit and
M.D. CUMELLA to spend some of our CITF money on lighting," deny money, opportunities, access "We realized people who are
By homophobic and sexist probably
Browne said. power and control.
Alligator Writer The Capital Improvement Trust Fund pays for con- "Not all differences are created would not voluntarily come," said
I By the end of the semester students will have a struction at state universities. Students contribute equal," Obear said. "Some differ- Bosarge a theater and nursing
racism hotline, published teacher evaluations and a $2.44 into the fund for each credit hour they take. ences are used to keep people major. "But we're hoping to reach
place to report abusive clerks and administrators. Or About 25 students listened to candidates at the apart and put people down. the 80 percent in between because"
they'll have more lights near campus libraries Collegiate Living Organization, 117 NW "It's happening here at UF," she their ideas are not solidified yet.
a fellow student on the City Com- 15th St. added. "Who gets hired? It's here, "This is a group of very influen-
mission and a new organization specifically Vice-presidential candidates discussed it's in the classroom." tial people," said graduate student
designed to involve students In Student SGspring plans to improve student life and participation When Obear asked how many Steven Womeldurf UF AIDS and
Government. in SG. Jace Jackson said Today would people had encountered sexual HIV Infection Task Force member -
Those are the campaign promises that elections like to install more blue security phones harassment, at least half a dozen "If they demonstrate open-
the presidential candidates vowed to fulfill 1990 around campus and publish a map so stu- raised their hands, but only two ness..it might help."
by the end of the semester at their last dents would know where the phones are. said something had been done Some campus groups repre-
debate of the campaign Sunday night. Vision's vice-presidential candidate about It.Participants. sented were Student Health Ser-
Today presidential candidate Juan Vitali promisedto Kevin Mayeux said his party wants an external affairs discussed gender vices, the UF AIDS and HIV
create a racism and discrimination hotline at UF. and solicitations cabinet to actively seek outside roles, male and female stereo- Infection Task Force, Student Fi-
"We need to provide an avenue for students to make money. The more outside money the cabinet can types and ways to combat the nancial Affairs, the Housing Divi-
their complaints known," Vitali said. "It's time for solicit, Mayeux said, the less students will have to pay problem, including not spreading sion, the Inter Residence Hall
Student Government to address racial issues." for programming.The sexist jokes and asking others to Association, UF police, the Physi-
Michael Browne, Vision's presidential candidate, treasurer candidates discussed the different consider the jokes' effect. Obear cal Plant and sororities and frater-
pledged to increase campus-wide lighting to improve styles they would bring to the office if elected.Today's also encouraged people to use the nities."I .
safety. Browne said rapes and assaults are a big Linda Vickers said her role as treasurer should be words "women" and "men" In- needed to learn how to deal
problem at UF and improved lighting is something limited. stead of "girls" and "guys." with different kinds of people,"
tangible SG can accomplish."I Vision's David Stern said he would take a more "I think (stereotypes) are usedto said Mary Noble, a Kappa Alpha
will go to President Lombardi and convince him active role in determining the political direction of SG. keep some groups down and Theta sorority member.I .




Mandela freed ; to continue fightCAPE I STUDENT

TOWN, South Africa (UPI) Black immediate police confirmation of any fatalities. GOVERNMENT
nationalist leader Nelson Mandela emerged from 27 Mandela had not yet arrived at the scene when the
years of imprisonment Sunday and told South African shooting took place, but two-time U.S. presidential PRODUCTIONSAND
blacks they had no option but to continue an armed candidate Jesse Jackson and Allan Boesak, presidentof
struggle against apartheid.But the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, were in
the legendary silver-haired symbol of the fight the vicinity when the shooting took place. KISS105':
against apartheid, in his first public appearance hours Witnesses said looters dumped piles of clothes onto *'*
after his release,also offered an olive branch to whites, the street, which was littered with shattered glass.In .z
saying there was room in a free South Africa for all his speech, delivered from the steps of Cape i,.
races. He said he hoped freedom could be achieved Town city hall, Mandela had praise for President
ultimately through negotiation. Frederik de Klerk, whom he said had gone further
Mandela walked out of Victor Verster prison near than any other white South African leader in meetingthe >l lz3
Cape Town a free man Sunday, opening a new chapterin demands of the black majority. But he warned
South African political history and ending a 27-year there was still a long way to go. Mandela also defendedthe
confinement for advocating the violent overthrow of use of violence to overthrow apartheid."Our %
the white minority government. resorting to the armed struggle in 1960 with 7 {4i.WnbY
Within hours of his release, Mandela,71,reaffirmedthe the formation of the military wing of the ANC was a
stance that led to his imprisonment on sabotageand purely defensive action against the violence of apart
treason charges in 1964. heid. The factors which necessitated the armed strug-
Speaking before a crowd estimated at tens of gle still exist today. We have no option but to
thousands in downtown Cape Town, Mandela praisedthe continue," he said as the crowd cheered,"Viva, viva."
recently legalized African National Congress, the "We express the hope that a climate conducive to
South African Communist Party, other anti-apartheid a negotiated settlement will be created soon, so that
organizations and his family for their support duringhis there may no longer be the need for the armed
"lonely" imprisonment.As struggle," he said.
Mandela drove to Cape Town to address the "We have waited too long for our freedom. We can
rally, police there opened fire with buckshot and no longer wait. Now is the time to intensify the
teargas on a portion of the gathered crowd that had struggle on all fronts. To relax our efforts now wouldbe
thrown bottles at police and smashed storefront windows a mistake that generations to come would not
looting shops, witnesses said, forgive . There must be an end to the white
Paramedics at the scene, opposite the Cape Town monopoly on political power," Mandela said.
city hall, said at least 30 people were wounded. One Mandela then spoke to whites, saying they would
paramedic put the figure of wounded at 200. One have a role in a black-dominated country.
unconfirmed report by a local radio station said one "We call on our white compatriots to join us in the
black youth was shot dead during the disturbancesand making of a new South Africa.This freedom movementis
another was stabbed to death. There was no the political home for you, too," he said.

. Lenin's birthplace site of Soviet protestMOSCOW I

(UPI) Thousands of protesters a member of the Congress of People's Deputies and
demanded the resignation of regional Communist the prosecutor who sent Leonid Brezhnev's son-in-law,
Party bosses Sunday in Ulyanovsk, birthplace of Yuri Churbanov, to prison for corruption, called the with
Vladimir I. Lenin, the founder of both the party and new movement revolution from below."
Soviet state, the Tass news agency said. Dlyan, in an interview with United Press International
The rally in Lenin Komsomol stadium in Ulyanovskin contrasted this with a revolution from above guest
central Russia was the latest in a growing wave of "or a renewal of cadres" that also he said must take
demonstrations that have forced the resignation of place for a renewal of the Communist Party. Dlyan
party bosses in Tyumen, Chernigov and Volgograd. forecast the revolution from below would occur in
Similar demonstrations of discontent have erupted in every region where Communist Party bosses abuse
Kharkov in the Ukraine. their power.
Tass said that thousands in Ulyanovsk, includinglocal Ulyanovsk, on the Volga River, was formerly called
communists,"gave a vote of no-confidence to the Simbirsk, but was renamed Ulyanovsk in honor of
regional party committee bureau, demanding an early Lenin, whose original name was Vladimir Ilyich WE II3 A
election for the ruling party bodies on an alternative Ulyanov. Lenin was one of the names he used in his I E+ t.. i
basis by secret ballot." underground revolutionary work.
Tass did not spell out the specific complaints, but Lenin, born in Simbirsk in 1870, founded the Rus-
in Volgograd this month all members of the ruling sian Communist Party and brought it to power in
bureau the regional equivalent of the Politburo in November 1917 as the ruler of the new Soviet state. 4
Moscow were forced to quit when demonstrators Less than a year after coming to power,he bannedall
accused them of irregularities in assigning apart- other parties, a decision reversed last week in the
ments.In Communist Party Central Committee meeting con-
Moscow Saturday night, attorney Telman Dlyan, ducted by Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev.

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naturally carbonated mineral water until the problemhas varnishes and dyes. It also is believed to be a cancer-
been resolved, said Ronald V. Davis, president of causing agent. U .SNDENIS p pen -
the bottler's U.S. arm, Perrier Group of America. Davis said French health officials had confirmedthe ,,,
Davis said the company had narrowed the problemto contamination did not come from the underground G OWN! U IIIAVAILABLE
its bottling process in France and expected to be mineral spring in Vergeze that produces the car
able to pinpoint the exact source of low-level con- bonated water. AT THE
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Perrier, whose product has become something of a Saturday because Canada and the United States share OFFICE AND ALL
status symbol for the health-minded and well-to-do, the same distribution system. He said the company TICKET MASTER
voluntarily began recalling all bottled mineral water planned to destroy its entire inventory of about 72 OUTLETS 332-1653
distributed to the United States Friday after it was told million bottles for the United States and Canada.
by the federal Food and Drug Administration that The mineral water could be off the shelves in the
traces of benzene were found in 13 samples of the two countries for two to three months, which could IN COOPERATION? WITH BLACK STUDENT
mineral water. cost the company more than$40 million in sales,Davis UNION AND BLACK HISTORY MONTHI
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Campus Profile: Professor Linda JacksonBy j

DAVE HARGRAVE make sure that my research is
!( Alligator Writer tight,because I won't get that ben-
efit of the doubt."
'. UF anthropology Professor Jackson says that of all her over
i Linda Jackson said the only way seas experiences, two stand out as
, students can truly learn about culture giving her a better understandingof KBmrr
, is to travel. And her actions her career.In .
speak as loudly as her words. the early 70s, Jackson was
,, Jackson has lived overseas for living near a forest in Tanzania,
parts of the past 20 years, and her ready to put her bachelor's degreeto
j studies have taken her to some of use. It was during a long droughtand
the world's most exotic lands. Six animals were desperate for
months ago,
Jackson re- food.One day a
turned from "Because of the his- group of ba-

Egypt, where tory of racism and boons stumbled
she researched Jackson's
chemicals in sexism, I've always garden and

i how plants they to could see felt that I have to be her started papayas.eating

help control more qualified to be While she
human diseases. screamed, try-
"Try to get believed, to get my ing to scare
into the field," stuff published. them off, a full-
Jackson said. grown baboon
"Where you re- Linda Jackson stopped and
ally learn an- stared right at
thropology is anthropology professor her. She rushed

not In-- ..Tur-. into the house. fcs
ungton I Hall, not in the confines of When Jackson regained her
the classroom. Where you really composure, she realized that baboons
learn anthropology is out In the reacted similar to humans. _
field where you are interactingwith This experience made Jackson re-
people who have very differ- alize how limited human knowl-
ent backgrounds than your own." edge was and how the people who
Jackson has three degrees from live near animals have a more re-
Cornell University,which she says alistic view of their behavior. SUZETTE COOK ALLIGATOR
is unusual after growing up in Col- "We tend to discount native Anthropology Professor Linda Jackson uses an ion chromatograph to measure cyanide levels in
orado in the confines of segrega- knowledge,"Jackson said. natural products.
tion. As a black woman, she said Jackson had another memora- a fruit with a high content of cya- told her that eating raw casaba was Jackson says the experience
she still feels that pressure today. ble moment when she was doing nide. normal.As made her see how much more she

"Because of the history of rac- her doctoral research. She and her Jackson could not believe it. Ev- a result, Jackson learned had to learn."Whenever.
ism and sexism, I've always felt husband were driving through a erything she had ever read about first-hand that cultural eating hab- I
that I have to be more qualified to swampy area in Liberia when she casabas suggested that eating one its can make some people immuneto you approach the '
be believed, to get my stuff pub- saw a woman on an embankment raw was a death wish.But when she levels of toxins that would be limits of your understanding,
lished," Jackson said. 1 have to peeling a raw casaba. A casaba is returned to her village, the nativesBy lethal to others.Workshop someone is there to educate you."

Historical ProfileGranvilleT. to help job-seekers I

.Woods ((1856-1910)) was known as the Minorities i to meet in informal setting 1
"Black Edison" for his successful work with the given opportunity employers

telephone, telegraph, telephone transmitter and for KIMBERLY BURLEY Light.
bringing electricity to city railways.Woods obtained Alligator Writer Kem said this is the first time that
50 patents during his life, including one for an About 12 companyrepresentatives this kind of workshop has been held for
incubator which was the forerunner of today's ma- Minority students who don't quite Black History Month. The planning
chines capable of hatching 50,002 eggs at a time. know how to find that perfect job will will committee for this workshop consistsof
Woods was born In Columbus,Ohio,and attended be able to learn at the Black History make presentations and both students and faculty members,
school until he was 10. He continued his educationby Month Career Information WorkshopFeb. including Charles Harris, minority
working in a machine shop, on a railroad, in a 27 in the Reitz Union. answer questions on scholarship director in the College of
rolling mill and finally attending college for his The workshop, sponsored by the Ca- Journalism and Communications;Betty
degree in mechanical engineering.By reer Resource Center, will teach black scholarships, intern- Stewart-Dowdell, Black Student Union
1882, Woods established his own company students how to be better prepared for ships, how to interviewand adviser; Rosco McNeely, director of
"for developing, manufacturing and marketing elec- the job market in an environment thatis minority affairs in the College of Engineering
trical apparatus." His most advanced patented in- informal and not as intimidating as corporate culture."Not and Student Affairs Assistant
ventions were a Morse-code telegraph and the Career Expo. Dean Willie Robinson.
Synchronous Multiplex RaUwayTelegraph.The rail- The workshop will be divided into often will employers give this "We already have Career Expo (and)
way telegraph was designed to avert railway acci- four, 50-minute sessions, starting at kind of information. But in this case, Career Day. We don't have anythinglike
dents by letting each train know where other trains 10:40: a.m. and lasting until 4 p.m. An you'll be able to ask them directly, Kem this," Kem said. "Because this is
were ahead and behind it. The telegraph system ice-breaker will be held at 10 a.m. so said.About an instructional kind of thing, you'll
worked by enabling communication between sta- students will be able to mingle with 12 company representativeswill know better what employers are look-
tions from moving trains.In company executives and get ac- make presentations and answer ing for."
quainted."We questions on scholarships, internships,
1887, Woods registered seven separate Inven- Kem said everyone should come to
tions with the Patent Office, all of them connectedwith hope to have small groups in a how to interview and corporate culture. the workshop, regardless of their race,
from the of jour-
situation where stu- Representatives areas
non-threatening ,
the railway communications system he de- dress.
major or
vised. Three years later, Woods traveled to New dents can ask these employers about nalism, business, engineering, agricul-
York where he developed the "third rail," a system general career information, such as, ture and others are scheduled to attend. "We don't want students to stay home
that provided electric power to railroad cars. His What do they look for in a resume and Kem said thac some of the companies! because they're not dressed up. You
invention made-possible the change-over from in an interview and 'How should I invited to participate in the workshopare can dress up if you want, but really it's
steam to electric mass transportation in cities.ANTOINETTE dress for an interview said Carol J. The Orlando Sentinel,The St.Petersburg come-as-you-are,"Kem said."Everyone
MOBLEY Kem, assistant director of special programs Times, Purina, NCR, Proctor and should come everyone who's inter-
for CRC. Gamble, IBM and Florida Power and ested."

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Student Government elections are Wednesday and we

have spent a lot of time encouraging students to get in-

volved either by running or just listening to candidates.We .

know everyone didn't get a chance to ask ques-

tions so we did this past weekend. We interviewed can-

didates for all offices except Senate seats and today we

endorse candidates for honor court chancellor, traffic

court chief justice and the Activity and Service Fee Ad-

visory Committee.For .

Honor Court Chancellor, we endorse Bob Lloyd.

Lloyd is current vice-chancellor, has spent two years in
the court and is the only candidate. Uncontested honor

court races are nothing new nine of the past 10 elec-

tions have been uncontested.We .

think Lloyd knows how important the job is -

honor court chancellors are the only students who can

expel other students. They judge students' rights in cheat-

ing cases and can recommend expulsion.For .

Traffic Court Chief Justice, we endorse Craig

Varn. Varn is current interim chief justice and has beenan ,LETTERS TO THE: EDITOR .

associate justice for the past year. He has an impres-
and Statutes, the Chairman of the being dragged into this. It is a
sive work record from what have and inter- must
we seen some Reporter Elections Commission has the shame: Kevin just can't admit what
esting ideas for easing parking problems, including power to do this. he said. But now that he's being
designating the bottom level of the Museum Road park- honor subpoenaEditor Freedom of speech is a fun- faced with the repercussions, and

ing garage to sorority members and dorms residents. : Student Body Statutes damental right guaranteed by the knowing that he has no factual
Varn agreed with us that service vehicles do not need to Chapter 720 entitled "Student United States Constitution.Neitherthe ground to stand on,who can blame
be on during peak hours. Government Code of Ethics," Elections Commission nor the him for backing down?
campus grants the Elections Commissionthe Honor Court is trying to curtail that I think the students on this cam-
For the two open ASFAC-senate seats, we endorse power to "discipline student right.However pus can blame him. Students ex-
Vision's Bret Berlin and Today's Charlie Grapski. political parties for statements we are under a dutyto pect their leaders to be held
ASFAC members recommend how Senators should which injure the reputation of uphold the Student Government accountable for their actions. Kevin
spend about $4.5 million. Four of the seats are senators another or threatens to disgrace Elections Code of Ethics. It is im- claims to be a leader, but refusesto
another. .." be held accountable for what he
possible to render a decision which
and the other five are regular students. Both Berlin and
said in his interview with The
The Student Honor Court has speaks the truth, without the
Grapski are interested in the budget process and seem subpoena power over all students presence of an essential witness. Alligator reporter.
sincere in wanting to work with student groups. and their effects under Student The Elections Commission does I'm"sure this was a calculated

We also think they are a good balance. Berlin wants Body Constitution Article IV, Sec not want to sanction a student or move on Kevin's part. He realizedthe
tion 6. The Chairman of the Elections political party without all the facts damage would already be done
to be friendly and wants to give
everyone groups as
Commission has the powerto because a student reporter feels by the time we could complain
much money as feasible. Grapski has proven to be request the Chancellor of the that she is exempt from the laws about his allegation. Presumably,
meticulous and tough, almost too much so. We don't Student Honor Court to subpoenaany which all students are subject to. he also knew that The Alligator
want Grapski to shut his mouth but we do suggest he student under Student Body There is not a new breed of stu- would understandably not want to
pick his fights so as not to hold the committee up on Statute 710.4. Pursuant to the dents who, because they are get involved and that we wouldn'tbe
every detail. University of Florida Student Body reporters, are not subject to the able to prove he actually made
Constitution Article IV, Section 5, same rules that the other 34,000 the statement.I .
For the two open ASFAC-at-large seats, we can only en- students who do not comply may UF students must abide by. hope the voters can see
dorse one candidate Vision's Rick Wells. Wells has be held in contempt of court. If not, Crts Martinez through this slimy attempt to
been a senator and a member of Senate's Budget and subpoenas would be worthless.The Student Honor Court chancellor gamer votes for the Vision party.

Finance Committee, a smaller version of ASFAC. He has dispute does not directly" Brian Collier This campus needs leaders who

some good ideas for spending and saving student money.In involve The Alligator.The the "student-reporter. or Elections Commission chairman are willing to take a stand. Leaders
.who will stand firm in their convic
fact, all the Vision candidates had the same ideas. dispute, however, does in- Candidate should tions. Kevin Mayeux isn't. Neitheris
Which means they were either prepped for our inter- volve two student political parties. Mike Browne who has a reputa-
views or all have the same beliefs. Either way, if they The student-reporter was asked to admit to quote tion for flip-flopping on issues.

stick to their promises, they'll do fine.Vision's testify to clarify the situation Juan Vitali, and the other can
EdltonToday: is not anti-Greek.
regarding the two political parties, didates of the will-
Today party are
other candidate is excel- fact, we have several Greeks
Larry Medvinsky slated
an since the dispute concerns a ing to take a stand as they have in
lent candidate and we would endorse him in a heartbeatif "quote" in an article she wrote. with our party including our Vice the past.They have the courage to
he were sure he'd be here through the end of his term The student-reporter did not President candidate Jace Jackson. stand up for what they believe in.
which ends in February. He might leave in December for cooperate and required a subpoenato Further and, many sororities members of fraternities They are leaders. They are what
law school. You make the call. secure her presence. party. are supportingour this campus needs.TheTodayparty.
The Student Honor Court has did want to
Tuesday: President, Vice President and Treasurer. not forgotten anything. What the This is just an attempt by the see this campaign be overcome not by
Honor Court does know is that Vision party to make an issue mutual Our
mudslinging. can-
journalists are not infallible. We where there isn't one. We are didates and
are well-qualified, are
alligator speak from previous experiences. neither anti-Greek nor proGreekwe
running on their own merits-not
Sometimes articles and are pro-students.
Editor "quotes"in the deficiencies of their opponents.
Lucy Chabot The Alligator lack accuracy. Although Kevin Mayeux denies However,it is our belief that the
If all the reporter can testify to making this accusation that was
Managing Editor Opinions Editor students have a right to know how
is what was written in the story, quoted In The Alligator, we think
members of Visionhave conducted
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton then let's hear the facts ma'am.The he did make that statement or its themselves in Student Governmentin
Election Commission is trying to substantial equivalent. We believe
Letters Policy the past since this is directly
get to the bottom of this in orderto in the integrity of The
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8 by 10 page). They should be Alligator and related to their qualifications as
typed double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name, address and telephone render a fair and accurate its reporters and don't think they candidates.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call decision. Under the University of would have made it up.
the editorial
page editor et 3764458. Anne Carrion
Florida Student Body Constitution We their
sorry reporter is Today party legal adviser

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! I Today party fined $105 for comments I

By JUDY A. PLUNKETT his running mate would come ics code that states candidates can and $145 for Vision. Until Thurs-
Alligator Staff Writer speak to the engineers after refusing not say or write anything designedto day night's meeting, commissioners -
I to fund the 1988 fair. injure people or their reputa- had fined Today only $62.
The Today party must shell out _But Vision. party spokesman tions, or that "threatens. to expose Vision has been fined for several
$105 for comments members o Mama Weston" argued another to disgrace. violations and many times duringthe
made about the opposing Vision that Vitali misrepresented Today also receiveda meeting Weston asked com
party, elections officials ruled the facts. $50 fine for violatingthe missioners to balance things by
SPRINOi BREfllC Thursday night. Browne did not vote SGspring same statute with a fining Today for its infractions.But .
MfiRCHU24BRECKENRIDGE The Elections Commission said against the fair becausehe speech party spokesman Today legal advisor Anne
Today party presidential candidate was Student Senate elections Ron Betts made to Carrion said after the meeting she
Juan Vitali!violated elections codes president at the time the Senate. doesn't agree with Weston's bal-
with excerpts from a speech he and senate rules pre 1990 Betts said Browne ancing statements and said her
made to the Benton Engineering vent the president fromto didn't care about people party will appeal the violations to
College Council.In voting, Weston said. and although Commission the Board of Masters, Student
$669 PP 8 PER UNIT his speech to the council, "It made it appear he was an Chairman Brian Collier said he Government's version of the Supreme
$719 PP 6 PER UNIT Vitali said Vision party presidential enemy to the engineering students thought Betts was entitled to give Court.
his voted
candidate Michael Browne voted Weston said. "Things aren't always going to
$819PPM PER UNIT 3-1 in favor of the violation.
against giving money to the Today was fined $5 for misrep- be balanced," Carrion said.
YOUR SKI PACKAGE INCLUDES Engineer's Fair in 1988. He also resenting a material fact, and the The three fines bring the "Maybe one party's doing things
ft/T/ AIRFARE BETWEEN : said it was ironic that Browne and $50 minimum for violating an eth- election's total to $167 for Today wrong more than the other party."

OR GAINESVILLE ORLANDO, AND TALLAHASSEE DENVER I Students to pay tor services if tax hike passes .

RESORT TAX BY JOHN F. BERRY vote in the March 13 referen tax-increase proponents disregardthe taxes when they pay rent.
R/T/ TRANSFERS DENVER / Alligator Writer dum. UF students who want to vote impact 34,000 UF students Nathan S. Collier,who owns and
BRECKENRIOGE. RENTAL on raising the sales tax from six to could make. manages property in the Student
CARS ON REQUEST6DAYBRECKENRIDGELIFT UF students don't pay for the seven cent must be reg- That's what they get Ghetto, said he uses 10 percent to
county services from which they istered in Alachua for not voting," he said.If 15 percent of students'rent moneyto
TKTS (SKI THE SUMMIT TKTS benefit, said the Alachua County County. voters approve the pay property taxes.
AVAIL 4 FEWER DAYS AT Schools Superintendent last week. When campaigningfor penny increase, the first Proponents of a tax increase pre
LOWER RATE) But voters can change that by ap- the sales-tax in- $40 million will be usedto fer raising the sales tax to raising
UXMV'i's PHOT Si ''GniY! HGHt.fl proving a one-cent increase to the crease, Magann and build a new jail. The property taxes. County officials estimate
local sales tax. other proponents have next 25 percent of reve- 25 percent of the sales tax
CALL TODAY! Doug Magann said although UF dismissed the possibility nue will go to Alachua will be paid by people living out-
COLLEGE / DIVISION students are "non-permanent residents" UF students may County schools. side Alachua County.But .
votewith their wallet MARCH 13 UF spokeswomanLinda
of the still needto
county,they UF law instructor Iris Burke
or vote at all. Gray said UF esti-
18008256556Alligator taxes to for local roads
pay pay said neither UF students nor low-
parks, services and economic de- In the December 1989 city-an mates that students pump$151 mil- income county residents will ben-
velopment."Most of them are here nexation vote, less than one percent lion a year $4,365 per student efit from the tax.
for only three to four years, but of those registered in the into the local economy each
"The sales tax is regressive because
academic year. The 10,000 faculty
they are still members, he said. all-student Reitz Union district
voted. and staff add another$275 million. it takes a higher percentageof
Advertising "Very few of them own prop- income from low-income people
erty," Magann said. UF political science professorJim Three-fourths of all UF studentslive than it takes from high-income
Today is the last day to register Button said he is not surprised off-campus and pay property people," she said.
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MIKE BRUSCELL crimes reported were property Alligator Writer grand theft and two counts of kid I \t\BL 1 lI
Alligator Writer thefts, often purses or backpacks Because hearings on pretrial napping-calling them irrelevantto 1 I II
stolen from offices and libraries. said defects in the
motions filed by the defense were the case. He 1&
UF police credit a more than The 1,059 larcenies- or thefts not completed last week, the trial wording of the indictment made it I by I
15-percent reduction in campus reported last year were a decrease of Darren Sheppard charged with invalid. 1 1 II
crime last year to a decrease in from the 1,226 reported in 1988. killing two Steak n Shake employees The indictment reads that ON" Ne'
property and vehicle theft, a police Motor vehicle thefts, which include will be delayed for at least my client robbed Steak n Shakeof 1 t.a I
spokeswoman said. mopeds and automobiles, another month. $1,200, and in so doing, held
The decrease in one category, decreased to 55 last year from 96 Ted Curtis, one of Sheppard's Steak n Shake in fear,"Curtis said. : Village I
which includes murder, robbery, in 1988, the lowest number since lawyers,asked Circuit Judge Elzie "How can you hold a corporationin Shopping Center
forcible sex offenses and burglary, 1987. Sanders Friday to postpone the fear?" 1 I
dropped UF police's crime rate to trial until April so the defense can But after Assistant State Attor- off 441 N. of Highway Patrol
its lowest figure since 1986, police Police said they received 38 reports work on motions to dismiss four ney Gloria Fletcher said the state L .376-4341. --1|
last of violent crimes
spokeswoman Angie Tipton said. year of indictment.
counts Sheppard's had filed a motion to reword the
UF Police Chief Everett Stevens such as murder, aggravated as- Sanders, who had hoped to start indictment to say Sheppard held
said that decreases in some cate- sault, robbery and rape occurring. Sheppard's trial March 19, agreed the employees in fear, Curtis OPEN YOUR EYES!
gories, such as motor thefts, resulted Robberies increased to nine from and postponed the trial until April. asked the judge to delay the trial The has
from the arrest of youth six, while aggravated assaults Sheppard, 26, is charged with because his arguments were Alligator
gang members stealing mopeds.In dropped to 21 from 30. marching three Steak n Shake em- based on the wording. coupons to save you

other categories, such as aggravated In 1989, three rapes were reported ployees into the restaurant's walkin Sanders agreed, and said hear money!
assaults reported, Stevens on campus, as opposed to cooler and shooting them in the ings on that and other pretrial Find them..USE THEM!
said he didn't have an explanationfor two in 1988, and eight forcible sex head during a robbery Oct. 3, motions will continue March 8.
the decrease. crimes were reported. Tipton said 1988, killing two and seriously injuring Curtis also sought to limit the 71F
"Crime varies,and you hope that the increase in that category,from the third. Sheppard could number of crime scene and au-
some of the things you do help three in 1988, possibly resulted face the death penalty if found topsy photographs that would be
bring down the crime rate," Ste- from a revision to include rape, guilty.In used as evidence during the trial,
vens said.TIpton forcible sodomy and forcible fond- court Friday, Curtis soughtthe
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American users for drug warBy I

Month 90Feb. PAIGE EWALDSEN government had a tendency to; overlook the smug
Alligator Writer gling of drugs," Valencia said. "They were involvedbut
did not realize it" I
American drug users are more responsible for the The general population grew accustomed to eco-
drug war than Colombian suppliers, the former com- nomic support from drug money, he said. 'The disruption -
mander in chief of the Colombian of moral values damaged.
Army told about 50 people Thursday "The disruption the peasants most of all."
12 + Brain Bowlsponsored afternoon in the Reitz Union. of Valencia said the war against
( by Delta Sigma Theta) General Alvaro ValenciaTovarsaid moral values dam- drugs is a worldwide problem that
CSE E121, Colombians who suffered ina
7.00pm. can only be solved with economic
Y declining economy found solu- aged the peasants support from the United States.
N r J y, tions to their distress in most of all. Colombians don't deserve full
Americans' demand for cocaine. blame because Americans quick-
Developers built homes the ened the spread of drug dealers'
Alvaro Valencia-Tovar
general population couldn't afford influence through their cocaineuse
Black Student Union it Funded by Student Government
and while most Colombians Colombian Generalfound
Army he said.
Advertising run as a public service by The Independent Florida Alligator ,
struggled to maintain: farms,some Their influence has! translatedinto
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a solution in trafficking drugs, he said. $70 million in property losses, more than 500
... "No one cared about all the people coming into the civilian injuries, 125 bombings in Medellin, Cali and
.* *.?*"- :.* GATOR GYMNASTICS country offering high prices for homes years ago,"he Bogota, and assassinations and kidnappings of 112
,. said. "The most valuable properties were bought by officials, Valencia said.
... ... ...
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5 ... .:. criminals who offered high and intimidating prices. "The effects have been intimidating to some, but
SECOND ANNUAL The owners did not care the buyers were crimi have produced reactions against drug terrorists that
nals.This allowed the criminal organizations to have have strengthened the sovereignty of government,"
tremendous power over all involved,"Valencia said. he said.
"If anyone opposed, they would be killed." The backbone of the drug dealers have been
;:: Drug dealers soon gained political clout. The broken and terrorists have ceased."

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"The contract benefits everyone," Tom- wanted a contract that would explicitly
son said. "The vet school will provide a to out that no other procedure besides
Alligator Writer service that the shelter would otherwise spay or neuter would be performed,"
Alachua County and the University of have to perform the students will gain valu- of said.
Florida have signed a contract that would able experience and the animals will be put
allow second-year veterinary students to up for adoption." studied the plan and discovered
neuter 80 dogs and cats from the county The fee for adopting a dog at the county will programs at other universities. Vet.
animal shelter. animal shelter that is sterilized by the countyis and students at Texas A&M University
Under the terms of the contract, which $50, but a dog neutered by veterinary research."I been sterilizing animals from their
must first be approved by the county com students would cost$19. The fee for a neu- shelter for more than 17 years.
mission, the animals would be neutered at tered cat would decrease from$45 to$12. at correction
the College of Veterinary Medicine and im- Tomson said that the reduced rate would
mediately returned to the shelter.No increase the animals'chances for adoption. Villali was sentenced to 80 months
other procedure or research would be Veterinary students now perform neutering Feb.2 for trying to extort money from
performed on the animals, said UF veteri- exercises on dogs purchased from a it Sessions' father. The Alligator re-
narian Farol Tomson. licensed animal dealer in the Midwest.The for otherwise on this page Wednesday.




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Members even occasionallytake and a swim test from the univer-
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sophomore Susan Veckarelli,pres- ."
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really exciting. from his studies at least one day a
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approprilfteJalwag to go again. universities don't realize all the
Since the start of the semester, conveniences, facilities and
s appreciatedA the group has canoed, kayakedand chances they have to do any activity
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student activities, and then it will from a philosophy professor. He SHEPPARDfrom But Sanders dismissed the mo-

from page 3 be reviewed by Sandeen. said he is meeting with the professor page 8 tion as premature, although he
"We'll treat it like any other stu- Tuesday, and would not give will allow defense lawyers to refileit

will let them join.Not all skinheadsare dent organization," Sandeen said. the professor's name. saying they would prejudice the closer to the trial's starting date.
said and "Even if (the professor) has dif- jury against Sheppard.
racists,Wright addedhe The wailing time for administration Sanders didn't when he
wants to avoid stereotyping.Vice approval is usually short, ferent opinions I think" that he'll "Numerous photographs takenat would decide on other say defense

President of Student Affairs Sandeen said, if an organizationhas make a good adviser, Wright said. the crime scene and of the au- motions to exclude evidence, in-

Art Sandeen said the group's con- fulfilled its legal requirements. Wright said an adviser's job is topsies are irrelevant,"Curtis said. cluding a confession Sheppardgave
stitution will follow the channels of Sandeen would not specify a time. only to advise and make sugges- "Their danger outweighs any pos- police after his arrest and a
administration for approval. The Wright said his search for a fac- tions, and the professor doesn't sible value they may have. They gun believed to be the murder
constitution must be approved first ulty adviser has been unsuccessful necessarily have to agree with the would do nothing more than in- weapon found in Sheppard's apart-
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1 FURNISHED Check Our New Specials'All Treehouse Village ibdr In a 2bdr/2ba,
Amenltlee Available washer/dryer, $17S/mo. Call Trey 3774773. classified ad:
WINDMEADOWS, 1 bdr furn. sublet, near Roommates Available 2-12-5-4 1 For Rent. furnished
In Person
pool, 373-3558 apt. 88. 2-135-1 We're No. 1 5 ROOMMATES 2 For Rent.. Unfurnished :

Available Now: Across Tigert All Utilities 378-5768 3 Mobile Homes
Paid For Central Heat/Air ph*.371-3606 3230 SW Archer Road Share huge 2bdr/2ba, close to UFo avail The Alligator Office
1236 SW. 4th Ave. 2-14-5-1 COUNTRY GARDENS able Immediately, 335-6984. 2-13-10-5 For Rent/Sale/ 1105W University. Ave
M F 8 am 4 pm
373-4500 F Rmmt for "bdr/2balurn condo By Oaks 4 Sublease House/Apt./

FOR RENT: 4-30-58-2 2001 SW16th Street Mall.$200/mo Wash/dry/ Security System 5 Roommates Hub Main Customer Bookstore Service Desk
A IplltelecI335..298. 21410BRANDYWINE -
2 UNFURNISHED S 6 For Sale M.F8am..30pm
One Block from campus. Very Larg room,
nice house, cable In room, SW area 7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier's Office
Walk to Santa FE CC. 1 BDR 270280. FURNISHED .: .
$1 95/mo utilities Included. Greg 376-3291 M F 8 am 9 pm. Sat noon 9 pm
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $"40. Sec 2-13-5-2 2bdr/iba, Jacuzzi aauna, wt. room, huge 8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5
Plus LMR Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs pool 1/2 mi. to UF, $230/mo for own room pm

Santa Fe Trace Apts 378.1190.30.75.- 1BDR WALK IN CLOSET, Village West, & 1/2 cable ft util. 372-2857, Dennis. 2- 9 Autos Medical Bookstore Shands
28-20-5 ,
2 600 NW 18 Ave, take II St N from 16 Ave. 10 wanted M.FSam..30pmBy
Office: 411 NW 15 St. 371-7777 2-13-5-2
Oak Glade Apts Near UF a VA, quiet LAKEWOOD 2br/2 loft M/F fully (urn 11 Services Mail:
washer/dryer available in most units for (need upbeat going places person). For
Use appearing weekly
1BDR fans ht/air mini
1 apt: cent ; carpet; ,
$20 mo. Cats Allowed 1B.2B. 1 & 2 Bath vertical blinds; on bus near UF; $275, including info call avail todayl Don't pass up. Rex 12 Typing Services in the Alligator Sorry, no cash by

75$250.2 $350. sec & Imr 372 6422. 4-30- water. 373-0701 2-16-7-2 3355787. 2-13-5-5 13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA, or checks only

Attractive large apt Pickwick Park 2 Oakbrook Walk need nil m to share fully 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
SPACIOUS baths. Near Shands. turn 2br/2ba condo wash/dry/ micro, VISA Mastercard
bedrms 2 1/2 UF Payment by or
ONE BEDROOM APT pool. $200/mo to ihare rm a util. Call Sim 15 Personals
Butler Plaza $495 377-5355 332-6001. 21672 ONLY Five dollar minimum
372-3842 2-13-5-5
APT 16 Connections M-F830 4pm.D .
4-30-71-2 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-0797 **Feb Is Iree ***1/2/ block mil nil share luxurious 3br/3ba condo 17 Notices' How to correct or

from campus. 1 or 2 rmmts sublet thru Jul. own rm/ba $245/mo/ + 1/3 util. 335-9124 18 Rides
rent neg leave mel 373-3688 2-14-5-2 or 3360484. 2-145-5
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Starting Starting at $235 at/$185 2 Bedroom blocks N of UF. 1BD $299, 2BD $349, very 4 bdr house fncd yd Jacuzzi, w/d, all the 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE nice. 1210 NW 11 Ave. 3717777. Mgt. extras! small pets ok. S225-S, $325-c + Call 373.FIND Mon. Fn, 8-4pm.
411, NW15S1. 21352SUBLEASE 1/3/ util. Rent/lease neg 338-0483. 2-14- No refunds can be given.
110 NW 39th Ave.

375-3861 378-3988 D When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
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4 HOUSE/APT. $230 plus 1/3 util. Call 335-5235 any time Call 373.FIND with any corrections! before

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10th St. Wood floors, Cent. Ht/Air, Carport RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
Very nice 2bd/2ba apt, Camelot unfurn.
Office: 411 NW 15th St. 371-0769 Fireplace, barbeque, pool view. 550mo. Dear John, DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor-
2-13-5-2 373-4696 anytime. 2-15-10-4 1t' all Ads mailed In or placed at the reeled ads will be extended one day.
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over. I Union or Shands may take given
WIND MEADOWS APTS. Sublet 2bdr apt. until Apr. SO $300/mo & found a new placing the ad. Changes called In alter
1, 2ft 3 Bedroom util. Now available Homestead Apt. SW roommate in THREE days to appear. Ads the first day will not be compensated.

Pool, Tennis, Laundry 34th St. Call after 6pm. 335-5493 21354 the may run for any length of time
2712 SW34th St. *** 3733558WILLIAMSBURQ Customer
error or changes:
and be cancelled
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AVAILABLE NOWIII!!! heat/air, wash/dry hook-up. $235/mo Love, for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction tee.ZBT .
1.2TH. & 3 Bdrmi. first no last ft $100 sec. 395-0066 or Mary
Pool Laundry 332-5459 21674SUBLEASE
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F student to share mod. house in STEREO SPECIALISTS la the old- Mattress-full size boxsprlng. metal Raliegh 12-spd Fun del Rey 12'apd. TOWNHOUSE 4BR22/ BA eat In
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Trinidadian seeks rmmt to share Gator Byte Computers MTX 10' woofers $100. 3363955. 2-15-
30mb hard, floppy, mono, dos, warranty
town apt S170/mo. own bdr.ba bring own 56 REAL ESTATE LICENSE
trnltr Dirk 378.6138 for more Info afir RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem $1270, similar 386SX $1425 xt $980. 495 .
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start 2 24 $175
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2.12.5-5 your apartment 3659
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) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave
Purebred warlock dog w// blue genes, ?m The Florida Center 371.2787.
377-5265 6 blocks E. of 2 23136 -
Own bdr In 2bdr home Furnished, clean camput
JVC excellent 41, $100 ea. Call3i'3.8526. 2-1558
pull-out stereo speaker,
with 2ml. to UF $150/mo/ & 1/2 util
1. condition $700 obo. Call 372.7194 Iv message Mill Run townhouse 2bdr/2 1/2 ba.
. Call 375-7071 or 462 6304 after 6pm 2-
12.5.5 CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 2-1356 3 piece sectional couch, light green, in wash/dry, partially furnished asking
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will good condition & 2 tables, $140 neg 44500. Assume mortgage, Call 372

Roommate needed Willlamtburg turn demo Call 333. 1g3I1ud.nt Iv. message Suzuki moped $300. Peugeot beach bike Please call Tracy at 332.4567. 2.155.8Bikes 4293.

$260 own bdr, ba, Call Suiana 373.2633 2-28-34-6 $150. 10 speed women's bike $50. Row.

leave menage 2125.5 Ing machine $75. Wlnd.urler'100. All In & More, Inc. Large selection of 8 MOTORCYCLES

f nit/ to hare cute 2bdr 1 1/2 ba condo in COMPUTERPackard excellent shape 392.5420 (day) 375 und bikes $55 & up w/warrsnty./
quiet SW area near UF Pool, Indr micro. Bell 286, 12mhz 40mb hard 7820 (night) Bill. 2.' 4.5-5 Kryptolok $(19.2133 NW 6th St. 373- 89 Golden Bullet Moped:, two speed, auto,
$190 neg & 1/2 util. Call 336.4763. 2.12. drive, 5.25* '1.2 floppy, 3.5* 1.44 floppy, 6574. oil Injected, Kick start, turn signals, gold
2.5 1 1mb ram, vga hi-res color monitor, lyr Omega 500-1 meg clock, 2 drives, color mag wheels, extended gas tank, low
warr., 4 mths on-site, $1849, call 335- monitor, midi Interface, LOTS of software miles, extra clean $599.00 336.8254. 2-
Good dealt Studious male nil needed to 1300. 220-146' $950 Obo 3751823. 2.14-5.8 Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and 4-12
share 3bdrm house. Own bdrr.i $140 mo cabinet channel switching effects loop '84 Kawasaki 550 GPZ runs like new, less
& 1/3 util. 2 miles to UF, yard, cat. Call Car Alarms, Autopige, Chapman. Horn Apple lie computer, Epson Printer $395 and footpedal both for $900 obo 377- than 10K mi. garage kept, looks great
3732078. and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sanaul Sher. ecu.ft. refrig.like new $85, weight set S 5795. 2-1658 $1200 obo call Doug 3959485. 2.9.5-8
wood, and more. We Best All Prices! bench $45, papasan chair $20. 373.1169

6 FOR SALE 3733754. after 6pm 2-145-6 Atari 65XE, disk drive, modem, printer, 1985 Yamaha XJ700 Maxim, 14K miles
joysticks, all cartridges & software $300. new tires, bat, ignition Very reliable, well
MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1148 Surfboard great condo must sell $100 obo Call Dan 3720757. leave message 2- maintained, Many X-tras $1500 1 336-
BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs Editor's choice CompuAdd Narthgate Nikon FG 35mm w// zoom lens and flash 1326 6794.
low as $25/mo/ no $ down H P. Price same or lower than mail $275.obo surfboard racks $25 ph 371-

FREE Catalogue over 50.000 order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb 2018 eves 2123.6 TV: Color, Sharp 19 w/remote Exc. condition KAWASAKI NINJA .
customers 1-800-825-7283 ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... Must Sell $165 OBO Call 336. 250 excellent condition
1500. Color: black and red. Year
MC 288/12 $1195 Packard Bell $1295
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 CLUB FUJI race bike suntour componentscat 0300 after 6pm. 21656For 1986. Price includes 2 helmets & cover.
brands are all at our New location I Car $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery eye like new low miles $300 obo ask Call Tommy at 377.7380.
for Bryan 336-1645 leave messagel 2.12- Sale Sleeper-sofa Queen size, Good
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372- $1999. CompuAdd 810 wI 20mb & graphics .
Condition, $75 335.0371 Leave .
2070. 43075.8 monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties m. 1988 Honda Elite 50 for salew Great for
Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 printer **TWIN BED S100 sage getting around on campus, great condition
$185, HP Laser Jet lip $ 4110SW I **TWIN BED S100 25' MAKO Center Console, 235hp John. helmet and scooter $650 Call 336-
SEIZED CARS, trucks, 4 wheelers 34th St 303 W Univ. Ave 43065.6 **TWIN BED $100 son, 20hp Mercury, Loran, Depthfinder, 9422.

TV'i, stereos, furniture, computersby Please call 3777021. Many extras, dual axle trailer ,1-493-
OEA, FBI, IRS and US customs. Avail. Nice clean modern furniture, all at reasonable 1378. 2-1656 1985 Yamaha XJ700 Maxim. 14K miles,

able your area now. Call 1 1.805.682.7555Ext. prices. new tires, bat, ignition Very reliable, well
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1988 Honda Elite 50 or sale. Great forgetting HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons CENTERTyping 3364936. Full and Wordprocessing-Legal. theses REDEV CTR call Weismantel, 375-

around on campus, great condition A boarding A woodser facilities A & self service computing. Typing starts @ dissertations, etc. Professional quality 0549/392-0998. 2-12-5-13
helmet and scooter $650. Call 336- hay rides A parties A sales A working 1.50/pg Resumes $6 A Self service & reliable service Call Nancy,
9422 2-13.3.8 students accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080. resumes $2.50/hr 15page. Laser 3722750. 2-23-13-12 Fundraising Specialists: 6wk train prog.
4-30-75-11 typeset graphics spell check theses ft/pt, pleasant ph. voice, comm. during
KAWASAKI NINJA 250 excellent condition papers special characters employment TLC lor your papers, projects, thesis, training wmgmt/ start sal. (opt.) 373-
$1500. Color black and red Year databases mailmerge training. etc. Pro wp, Mac 2, laserl Graphics, tp 2313. 9-3 MF 2-12-10-13
1986 Price includes 2 helmets & cover. *SUNBELT MOVING* WordPerfect specialist. Visa/MC 4-30- chk., reasonable, nts, wknds, 373-9619.
Call Tommy at 3777380. 2-12-3-8 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. 2-20-10-12 EARN $35
1ltemHouse lull. Local/Lng/ dlst.liCilns. ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect This week for new donors for 2 plasma
9 AUTOSAUTO Priced lor Studentsl Marty 375MOVE. 4- 0-edit/proof/spell all work guaranteed- TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser donations on our new automated ma
30-75-11 English B.A. Ripp 3763649. vice.. $1.25 double space. Call 3738387. chines. Special bonus programs each month. Free refreshments, free parking.
INSURANCE LOW RATES at Or. Put It In Writing. Fast, Accurate, Reliable Experienced staff serving you since 1969.
ange & Blue Insurance. Drive thru in Butler *FREE* Service Masters In English; Will correct Word proc/thesis-diss, Specialist Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 ;
Plaza We care. Call us 1st. Pregnancy Test spelling & edit 24-hrs 373-1937. 2-20-7- Grad sch exp.>Equationse>Tables SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8.7 Sat.
377CARS. 2-23-10-9 Gainesville Women's Las.r.Graphlcl.Sp.II.PudelCaU > > 8-2. 4-30-73-13
HEALTH CENTER Great Typing! English maj/ret. court rptr Word Express at 3730395. 2-28-15-'
85 T-Bird White, New Tires, Automatic 720 NW 23rd Avenue 19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel. 12 APPLICATORSWE
Excellent Condition $3,995. Call 1-496- 377-5055 spellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill .
2446. 2-18.10-9 377-9908. 2-28-24-12 TRAIN FTPTWE /
Same day, Next day
Big Red 77 Cutlass Station BIRTH CONTROL SCRIBE SERVICES finishers non-union
Wagon very ComputerLaserTyping Many Styles & Fonts. Editing / $9 hr ( ) i
good shape, great for frat or people w/ Gynecology Services Graphics, Editing & Publication PC Lab, 17 St & Unlv 3726500. 2-16-5- / $14 hr mgmt (entry level)
many friends. $775. Call Paul 3713684. 4-30-71-11 Design 818 W. Univ. Ave. 377-6170. 2- / franchise available
2-14-6-9 22.20.12 CALL TODAY 813-866-7771

Honda Civic 83 reliable, maintained. One Resourceful student w/ full size truck will Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable Fundraising Specialists: 6wk train prog,
owner >1K miles, 40mpg Sspeed beat any price In town. 3369461. 383011 service. Reasonable rates. Laser CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The ft/pt, pleasant ph. voice, comm. during

am/fm/cass 4 speakers and morel $3500 printer. 377-8175 til 00pm.: 3.183512PlckupD. Independent Florida Alligator. Must own training wmgmt/ start sal. (opt.) 373-
obo 332-3556 msg 2.14-5.9 reliable van or pick-up truck and be available 2313, 9-3 MF. 2-12-10-13
ONE STOP DENTISTRY .,. Typing and wordproc. near from Sam until 9am Monday through

87 CRX, 32k miles, excellent condition, Accepting new pIS, emerg. campus. Dependable, quality service. Friday. Must have excellent driving record Paying $125 to persons w/lnfected cuts,
extended warranty, auto, A/C, AM- Adult cleaning $30, child $20 Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol and valid Florida driver license. Pay scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic
FM/cass. $7600 OBO, 3771301. 2-13-4- ((4)wisd) lee $325, ((3)wlsd) tee $250 373-4484. 2-16-11-12 per route plus mileage. Apply at the Alligator study. Blood test required. Call 331-
((2)wisd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide
9 'offices, 1105 West University Ave 5379. 2-28-20-13
Accept MC.V.AE. 2-28-19-11 GATOR TYPING Fast, Accurate Low nue. Ask for the route driver application.No .
1983 Mercury Zephyr. Low ml 4 door automatic Rates. Quality laser printing. Discounts calls, please. Affirmative Action/Equal Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew
ac, ps, pb, rear wheel drive 6 HORSE BOARD (equestrian center) avail. Days, eves, wknds. 3734564. 2- Opportunity Employer, psoriasis medication. 3315379. 2-
cylinder economy 335-5296. Ive mig 2- Grand Opening! Full service show barn 14.10.13
14-59 everything you want for training and horse Typlng/Wordprocesslng/ WordPerfect AVON 375-8967
care (stall, turn-out, grain, hay, bran Help Wanted dependable delivery drivers
5.1, quality work, last results, low rates, Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train.
mash) $200/mo. Jan 376-7762. 2-135- dependable, personal service. Tara 332- contact Ed at Joe's Dell at 34 St
Sporty red 84 Renault In good looking and Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75-13
11 378-2028. 2-19-9-13
running condition; has radio, air, more. 1469 4-30-54-12
$1700 takes it. Nicole 395-9810. 2-15-5-
Lots of exp pro equip., plenty o' tunet. VISA OR MASTERCARD!

83 Chevy Cavalier-Good condition $1700 For the most fun, call CJ at 375-8483. Even it bankrupt or bad credit! We
2-20-10-11 PUZZLEEdited
OBO. Call 3360300. After 6pm. Must Guarantee you a card or double your DAILY CROSSWORD

Sell. 2-18-5-9 Guitar & Bass Lessons tailored for your money back. Call 1-805-682-7555 by Trude Michel Jaffe
needs. Top professional w/ 25 yrs. exp. EXT. M1202call

86 Chrysler Laser XT Turbo. T-Top, many Begmner-Adv. Suzuki-based children's ( 7 days a week) ACROSS DOWN 33 Zasu of the 51 Walesa,
options. Must Sell $4500. Firm 3732073. method available. Larry 338-5624. 2-14-
2165.9 1 Yesterday's 1 Food enhancar movies one
4-11 roast today 2 To you to Alain 38 "Mommy -" 52 Meat choice

Credit Card STANLEY H.KAPLAN 5 Information, 3 Hose fault 39 With gusto 53 Thought
guaranteed no
1987 Ford Tempo LX Cruise, Tilt. Air, !
AM.FM, Cassette PS. PB, Like New, 5 security deposit, write S. Marion, 1100 with "the" 4 Comely 41 Concept 54 Blue-plate
Speed. Power Locks $5900. Call Rich at Tudor Dr. Dept. A-1, G'ville, 32607. 3-8- e 9 Eat away 5 Crumble 42 Wagon special,

335-6143 Lv, Message. 2-12-5-9 13 Italian peak 6 Trotter's route 47 Preferences e.g.

** GATOR MOVING ** 14 LuPone's hit 7 Brooches 48 A Yokum 55 Medievalrole

1980 grey Pontiac Phoenix, Sdoor am/fm Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1> 8 Zeta's follower 49 Wrap-up abbr. domestic
stereo $900 nag 332-3511 leave message Item/Hee Full. Days/Eves. Long die. 16 Dietary staple 9 Reduce cheese 50 Actress 58 Ruminant'schew

2-12.4.9 Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791, 4-30.75-11 17 Horse with a to bits Kedrova
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Rings ETC. Tcp $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 24 Snoop Salazar
Jewelry 373-9243 4-30-75-10 WRITE WE TYPE p
Business A Legal Personal Reports 25 Seine-side lid '21 Olympic blade nnn nan nuBDnnnnnnm
Term Papers A Typeset Resume Etc. 26 "The Gold Bug" 23 Dance and nnEiPinranH
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nobody pays more for High Grade Silver 3787179. STARTs 29 Separated 25 Soho nnnnn noonnnn
in Gainesville. CALL 372-7990. 2-
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2133 NW 6th St. 373-6574. Gator Cycle I
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3321 Archer Rd. 373-3962. Buy.Sell.Trade 24 hours/7 days3722777./ notary 4-30-75-12 ....Feb. 18 kind 29 Fly N G J N L R .
.Rent 2-22-10-10 36 Floral 30 Cornwall coins A n W
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Typing $1.00 pg. min. 500. Reports, neckwear 32 Penthouse, [AJ1o1PII I'
WANTED: Band to play at apt. complex Theses,whatever. Grad School PT.Lllt. ORE Feb. 22 37 Astronaut in a way j i
pool party, Apr. 7. Contact 373-7579. 2- WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4307512 Slayton i r

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Visiting Scholar needs to rent compactcar ,
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Typing Typesettingresumes 39 Offend 2 19 it 12
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Staff artist needed. Great exper. Flex Rococo Pizza now hiring coun- I need a ride to Atlanta GA lor 2/19-2/20
hn. Knowledge of mac computer helpful terpertont and delivery drivers. Apply In SPRING BREAK tennis shoes under $30; tennis for Paul McCartney concert. Call Karen at
Come by room 214 Florida Gym or call person at 136 NW 13th St. 373-8161 2. shorts, shirts, skirts 25% off; t-shirts 30% 395-8785. Will pay for g... 2155.18
3920581. 2125.13 14-5.13 Bahamas 3nt $189 Jamaica 3nt (289, Ski off; aerobic wear 50% off where? E Z

Snowshoe WV 3nt $169, Key West 3nt Tennis 34 ST. 2135.15 Daytona every wk/end leave Fri before
S G Finance is nuw hiring 3 accounting COLLEGIATEIBM $139. Extra ntt avail. $39 holds your spoil 4pm return Sun 8-9pm call Tom 7-9pm
work time. Like tennis? Love Nike products? Then
students part Applicants REP Breakaway Tours 377-8360. 2-10-19-15 376-5888 leave
name/number $15 R/T
mutt have been accepted to the account II you're an energetic pereon/ailea/ oriented stop by & check out the latest at E Z
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1C23. 2-16-11-13 or above wat least B avenge and with results from a reliable source .
some computer exp. Manpower needs I PLANNED>> PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- ROCKY ROCOCO DELIVERS HEART 20 LOST fc FOUND
you to promote the sales of' IBM per
ED CAMP Located In northeastern Pa. aonal Sy t.ms-2 On Campue. 5.15 Finders Keepers?
near New York City. We have openings NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get If you find something, you can place a
for general counselors as specialist in MANPOWER TEMP/SERVICE special student discounts on exams and DECLINE FREE ad In this section. Be kind to someone -
both land and water tportt. Specialty 176-5388 all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. who last; what you found Call 373-
areas Include baseball tennis, basketball 377-0881. 4-30-75-15 Of Western Civilization It FIND.

soccer lacrosse, hockey waterski- College Work Study Coming
Ing, sailing, scuba. WSI. canoeing, $5.00/hr (UF, CWSP only) Look Your Best Everyday! 2145.15 Found calculator by Shands bike rack on
windsurfing gymnastics archery fencing Telephone Survey Interviewer Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis Inc. for 2/6 Chris 335.4943. 2-12-320

arts A crafts piano accompanist, Apply: Bob/Martha 392-0171. 2-13-3-13 info about the PERMANENT removal of LEARN TO !SINGI I rock, pop, classical
drama, radio and rocketry. Pioneering unwanted facial & body hair. 374-4307. voice lestont. It., Fr. & Ger. Diction. Reasonable REWARDIII!!!

staff needed for both land and canoe trips Does your fraternity sorority, or organization 4-30-75-15 rates. Call Joe 3711544. 2-21. Lost gold watch In commuter lot. Sent-!

and for ropes challenge cour... Other need $$$ for your spring activities? 10.15 mental value Call 3772351. 2-14-5-20
opening may be available. We will be conducting Participate' a one week on-camput marketing $STUDENTS GET CASH$
on-campui Interview on March project. Call Jill at 395-9690 2- For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's SKYDIVE Found ATM Card in front of The Union
1th. For Information call or Write: G 12313'A' 372-1226. 211 W. Univ. Ave.-next to Central Skydive with the Williston skydivers 336- Call 395-7320. 2-12-3-20

Luttlg. 60 W. Seth I SE. New York NY City. 4.30-75.15 7970. 3115.15
10023; Tel" 2127240113. 2-18-10-13 Plus Notes-We are expanding to othercolleges. LOST: Gold ring-sentimental value, call
We are seeking responsible, SAVE ON RAYBANS WE BUY USED CD'sSpike's 336-4706. 2123.20

NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER honest, motivated people or fulltlme managerial University Opticians
CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Position for position. Great career opportunities 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480 Records Call 37- Found Kryptonite U-Lock. 378-7095. 2-

program ipeclalittt: Team Sports, Tennis competitive salary, and benefitt. If 4-30-68-15 12.3.20
Performing Arts Waterfront. Interested, Please call 3716954. 2-23- SPIKE
; ; Inquire:
LOST: 1963 man't class with red
Mah-Kee-NacBoyt( ). 190 Linden Ave. 10.13 IFC I 2-16-6-15 ring
TRAVEL GROUP stone, initials CFF in parking lot Grant-
Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeeglrls( ), 16
wood Apts. Reward offered. Jennifer 395-
Horteneck Road Montville NJ 07045. Market Discover Credit Cards on your
Please call 1-800-776-0520. 41848.13 campus. Flexible hours. Earn High Com- Cancun $299 .... Jamaica $299 JULIO WATCH OUT! 8332 2-13-3-20

mission. Only ten positions available.Call **MARDI GRAS $189 *** Record Love for
a Song
CRUISE SHIP JOBS. Stewards Stewarden. '-800-050.8472. ext. 3015. 2.13-2-13 Climb Aboard The Party of your Life FOUND; Sunglasses by paper machine In
Tolbertarea Call Bill 395-7116 2.13.3-
Limited .
Maintenance. Earn top dollar guaranteed your valentine.Spike't 20 .
openings. Call now for summer .CRUISE SHIP JOBS EARN TOP $$$ more Info/resv Call 5pm-9pm. Studio Call 37-SPIKE for Ino.
tmp. 1-800-926-8447 ext cl 188. 2-16-5- WEEKLY 1-800.928.8447 EXT C1170. 2- 371-0089 332-9854 2.14.4-15
800-783.2262 FOUND: Leather glove btwn CSE &

See Thurs Side Turlington. Turned Into Reitz Union. 2-13-
Parttlme, exp. painter. Exterior work Mt. BUSINESS ua every at Court Sports 3-20
on Univ. across UF
Vernon. 20 hrt/week $5/hr. Apply in per

son M-F. 2100.13Summ.r 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS 219615STUDY FWEAR Found set of keys in Matherly Hall on 2-7-

Jobs Outdoora. Over 5,000 IN ISRAEL, informational meetingon Woment bikinis by Raisins Gotcha, 90 Call 3770593. 2-13-3-20

Openings! National Parka Forests, Fire terminals & pc's, buy, ..II. programs credit, cost I, scholarships, Ipanema wear Surtwear by Qulksilver,
trade, rent & Great prices QUALITY Clarke 1504 N.W. Found gold ring with three diamonds on
repair. 2/12/90.4-5 p.m., 471 Grlnter.392.0247. Jlmmy'Z. Lloyd Sports
Crews. Send for free d.talls. 113 B
stamp Feb 2. Call to ID 395-7424 Beckie 2-13-
CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 4-30- 2-12-9-15 13 St. 372-7836. 2-14-3-15
Wyoming: Kalltpell MT 59901. 6-20- 3-20

COUNSELORS (male ft female) for North HAPPY B-DAY DEDAI
Cape Canaveral' firm expanding into 15 PERSONALSLADIES Carolina' finest 8 week children's summer LOVE. SCOTT LOST: Fraternity medallion key ring with

Gainesville Part time/full time. Apply 81 t camp. Cool mountain climate, good 2-12-1-15 approx. 8-10 keys, 3 colored REWARD to
Polo't Apartment Clubhouse 2320 SW MAKE MONEYWe pay and great funl Exp. not necessary For finder, call 336-6728. 2-16-5-20
Willlston Ave 7:30: P.M. 2-14-00 2-13-2- buy ft tell good used clothing.Call brochure/application: Camp Pinewood, LOST PERSON: Kunta Klnte. If found .
Second Act. 3738527. 430.75.15VuarnetCarreraRayBonGator. 20205.1 N.E. 3rd Court Miami, FL 33179. bring to O'Dome Thursday Feb. 15 at FOUND: Keys wa heart-shaped key chainIn
Women's bathroom in O'Connell Center
8pm. Aak for Alex Haley. 2-15-4-15
SCREEN TV PLUS RAISE MONEY IN Great 336-4223. 2-14-3-20

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. Lady Gators lose to Kentucky; swimmers win easilyDon't

say "free throw" around the points, Lang added 15 and Wilkie had 11 22-24 SEC championships. the third and final set before the Minnesota
O'Connell Center for a while, because the points and 10 rebounds. "1 think some people are showing good native staged a comeback with a capacityhomestate
UP women's basketball team paid a stiff Swim teams easily beat Auburn signs of coming around,"Reese said."I thinkit crowd of about 1,000 fans sup
price at the so-called charity stripe Saturday With so much going on Saturday in the was a very necessary meet and that it porting her. Helgeson won her first national
night against Kentucky.In O'Connell Center pool, it might have been turned out well." collegiate title with a 6-2,3-6,7-5 victory.
what had been a tight Southeastern easy for the UF swimming and diving teamsto The Gators were led by senior Paul Robinson Meanwhile, the UF team of Cathy Good
Conference battle,Kentucky went to the foul forget that Auburn was even there for the and sophomore Bob Utley. Robinson rich and Holly Danforth won the consolation
line 24 times in the second half, sinking 19 Southeastern Conference won the 1,000yardfree doubles title with 6-1, 6-2 victory over
shots, en route to an 84-70 victory over the Challenge.As event in 9 min Kentucky's Susan Klingenberg and Lene
Lady Gators. the UF men'sand T he women's swim team utes, 20.14 seconds.He Holm-Larsen. Nicole Arendt and Jillian Alexander
women's teams also took first in lost to the UCLA duo of Mamie

cruised to easy vic- was led by sophomore the 100 free ((46.18)). Ceniza and Stella Sampras 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 in
tories over Auburn, Utley won the 200 the doubles semifinal.
AROUND Gators coach Randy Kristen Linehan and freshman butterfly ((1:50.77)and : )
SPORTS Reese captured his swam a leg in the Elsewhere,at Tampa,the UF men openedits
Lea Loveless.squad.
dual-match season with a convincing 8-1
100th dual-meet vic- winning medley
UF coach Carol Whitmire and her squad with the men's relay. victory over South Florida ((0-5)( ) on Saturday.The .
tory lone loss was at No. 1 singles, where
could only watch helplessly as the Lady Kats It also was his final dual meet as the The Lady Gators were led by sophomore
sank 17 free throws over the final 5:39: to women's coach.It Kristen Linehan and freshman Lea Loveless. Arne Raabe topped David Blair 6-2,64.The
Gators won the other matches in straightsets.
pull away. took little effort for the men ((9-4,4-2 in Linehan won two individual events: the 200 .
Kentucky guard Kristi Cushenberry ex- the SEC) and women (14-1, 6-0)>) to defeat free ((1:51.77): and the 200 back ((2:03.45): ).
ploded for 29 points19 above her average the Auburn teams. The UF men won 64-48, Loveless won the 500 free ((4:57.17): ) and Sail club wins regional regatta
to further erase any chances UF had at and the Lady Gators won 67-45. swam in the winning 400 medley relay. Thunder and lightning chased the UF sail

winning its second consecutive game. close in Farley loses In Rolex finalA club off Lake Wauburg on Saturday but
The seemingly scores no way
UF ((12-10 overall, 1-6 in the SEC) coun-
not before it the South Atlantic Inter-
reflect the actual performances of the two second Volvo Tennis Collegiate Grand
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teams.The Auburn teams racked up a large Slam title slipped through the hands of UF collegiate regatta. UF finished first with 44
bench play of the season. Junior Sophia
Witherspoon and sophomores Erika Lang portion of their points during the last few tennis player Andrea Farley on Sunday, as points, Eckerd College second with 51 and

and Candie Wilkie came off the bench to eventsevents the UF teams chose to swim she lost to Pepperdine's Ginger Helgeson in Rollins College third with 54.

combine for 45 points 29 coming in the exhibition.For the final of the Rolex National Collegiate Alligator writers Gregg Doyel, Sharon

first half-as UF built a 37-32 halftime lead. the last week, Reese has been restinghis Indoor Championships in Minneapolis. Ginn and Jeff Moriarty contributed to this

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II 'Bama, Georgia storm past gymnastsBy DiMarco

RONALD Alligator DUPONT Writer JR. A leads golf

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. In the wee hoursof
early Saturday morning, UF gymnastics team to winBy
coach Ernestine Weaver knocked loudly on
the hotel rooms of her gymnasts. One of
Alabama's worst thunderstorms was brew- JEFF MORIARTY
ing outside, and Weaver had been told to Alligator Writer
get her players off the 10th floor of the hotel.
The second-ranked UF men's
Groggy and confused, the team rushed
team took the field by storm at the
down eight flights of stairs at 4 a.m. and
Gator Invitational this weekend, win-
huddled together as the storm outside
ning the team title and individualcrown
crushed cars, threw mobile homes and
the first time in 11 years a
thousands of
snapped trees.
Gator has won the tournament.
Later that day, the team was driven
Chris DiMarco,who won the individual
through parts of the devastated towns, ,
title, headed the UF team, consist-
thankful they had survived a major disaster.
ing of DiMarco, Pat Bates, Jeff Barlow,
Hours later, the team faced a disaster of Chris Toulson and Dudley Hart. The
another kind and lost to it in a big way. Gators finished the tournament Sun-

In a crushing crimson tidal wave, the No. day with a team score of 840 at the
2-ranked Alabama gymnastics team scoreda University Golf Course.

191.75 Saturday night, swamping 10th- ffi The nearest teams were MississippiState

ranked UF's 185.65 and 4thrankedGeorgia's ((844)), Georgia ((848)) and Louisiana -
190.85. State ((849)).
But as is the case with any disaster, there DiMarco finished the three rounds

were stories of miracles. with a 207, followed by Bates ((208)),
The story of Tracy Wilson's 9.70 on the Barlow and Toulson ((213)) and Hart
beam to take first in the routine and be the ((218)).

only Gator to be a top-three finisher in any "Scores were higher than I thought,
event that night The story of Pam Titus and I'm not exactly happy with the way
being the only Gator to get cheers from we played today," UF coach Buddy
opposing fans and doing better in three of Alexander said. "I'm proud, but I don't
her events than she did at the Auburn match
think that kind of play would have won
last week. %, TAb kdy the NCAA tournament."
And the story of perhaps the most mirac- DiMarco won the individual title in
ulous miracle of them all no one fallingoff exciting fashion. He used a 7-iron to

the beam. reach the 18th green and made his

After the meet, the team was quiet, obvi- 3-foot birdie putt to finish with a 3-
ously not happy about its score but content J t Pq M Y x4rw:4 .c.a under-par 207 tying Miami's Scott,
that team members pulled off a solid perfor- Medlin. The two proceeded to the first
mance in an away meet where 7,530 Georgiaand hole for a sudden-death playoff, but not
Alabama fans spent the night trying to before Bates completed an impressive
out-yell each other. tournament.The .
There was no way to ignore the crowd. leader after the first two rounds,
The Alabama band played,the cheerleaders Bates was 3-under going into the 18th
performed and every Alabama fan was givena hole, but hooked his drive into the

crimson shaker. -A trees,leaving himself a treeobstructedshot
"We came in, and we knew we had to do to the hole.
the job," Wilson said. "And then there's the Bates said he did not hit the second
road score.We had to get a high road score. shot well and left it short of the green.
There's always that pressure on us.We triedto MICHAEL HOLAHAN He chipped on the green, missed a
UF gymnast Pam Titus said she knew Saturday's trl-meet would be a tough task.
10-foot for and
keep it fun, but it always was scary for uphill putt par finishing
us." opponent, and Melissa Kutcher was emotionless Kelleher was being fanatically cheered fora third individually.The .
Georgia and Alabama spent the night staring at some imaginary point ina solid vault that got her a 9.55. sudden-death playoff between
trying to see who could tally the most scores far wall. Minutes later, as Kutcher fell from her DiMarco and Medlin went to the third
between 9.6 and 9.8. Exactly 21 such scores They knew this was going to be tough. bar routine, the Georgia fans were cheeringa hole and ended when DiMarco sank an
were made by the two teams that night. eight-foot birdie putt to win the tournament -
"We were pretty set going in,"Titus said. 9.55 beam routine, and the Alabama fans
UF managed to break into that category "We had a good mind-set. We fought really were cheering another 9.55 vault.
only twice-with Wilson's 9.7 beam perfor- "Chris likes to try to make it happen .
hard let the crowd to But it's
not to get us.
And so it went. During the next rotation, "
and Alexander said. "He
Christina McDonald's 9.6
mance un- seems
even bars routine. kind of hard in this type of atmosphere. as Alabama scored three 9.75s and a 9.8 on excel when the game is on the line."

For UF, the night's theme was set early. The meet's pattern was set with the very the bars, UF was scoring high 8s and low DiMarco said having the home**

As the announcer got ready to introduce the first set of routines. 9s on the beam. course advantage helped."It .

various teams, most of the Gators stood in Wilson was the first Gator on bars and But the Gators pressed on,cheering each really helps us knowing the
a long hallway, dead serious. Titus stared fell off halfway through the routine. As she other as the crowd focused on the other two course," DiMarco said. "We play this
ahead like a boxer trying to psyche out an got back on the bars, Alabama's Katherine teams. course so much and we're under so
much pressure out there. It helps."

Track teams breeze to victory at Barnett Invitational I


By JOSEPH TODD Instead, the men beat Louisiana nearly toppled McKay's continen- ett easily pulled away from the field Leah Kirklin's 41-0 1/2 in the*
State, last year's Southeastern tal'U.S. record this week. Kemp's on the last lap to win the 800 in triple jump not only won the event,
Alligator Writer Conference indoor champion, 92- 45.83\seconds in the 400-meter 1:49.98.: Freshman Scott Peters fin- but also qualified her for the

Both the UF men's and women's 77. Penn State finished third, while dash j just missed McKay's 45.79, ished second in 1:51.68.: NCAA Indoor Championships in
track teams took first place Sundayat Auburn and Florida State followedin which he set here when he ran for Senior Earl Diamond won the 55 Indianapolis.Anita .
the Barnett Bank Invitational in fourth and fifth, respectively. Georgia Tech in 1984. Kemp re- hurdles ((7.35)),junior David Pirkle
the O'Connell Center. turned to win the 200 in 21.3. placed third in the high jump ((6 Howard
"It's a big win for the kids, UF won the 55 in 6.74
But with vaulter coach John Webb said. "It showsa "Tyrone had an unbelievableday feet, 10 inches), senior Russell and then returned two hours laterto
Mike junior pole lot of guts when everything isn't ," Webb said. "To come back Willitt's finished third ((56-63/4)) in place second in the 200 in 23.86.
Holloway severely hamperedby perfect but you pull it out anyway." 55 minutes after his 400 and win the shot put and freshman Mike Both of Howard's times met the
a hamstring injury, freshman the 200 showed a lot of character." Mykytok took second in the 3,000 qualifying mark.
long jumper Dion Bentley out witha Sophomore Tyrone Kemp ((8:12.87): .
hamstring injury and a flu bug pulled more than his share. Kemp, Senior Mark Everett, like Kemp,
spreading through the team, the who at last week's Millrose Games was clearly in a class by himself. The Lady Gators' 111 points eas- Wendy Frazier won the 3,000m
Gators were a team that easily 'stopped Olympian Antonio Even after missing three practicesthis ily beat LSU's 72, FSU's 67 and 9:47.18: and Tasha Downing took*
17 week because of the flu Ever- Penn State's 45. the 400 in
streak at 54.31.
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I Younger; Schintzius ponders future

ment. But after Saturday's UFGeorgetowncontest quit the team Jan. 25 citing differences with
closer to By MIKE DAME he expressed frustration over his DeVoe, sat unused on UFs bench in three of
Alligator Staff Writer lack of playing time and his tenuous relation- its last four games. But DeVoe said Schintziustold

UF interim coach Don DeVoe granted ship with DeVoe, saying he was "trying real him Sunday he understood why he wasn't
freshman forward Travis Schintzius a leaveof hard" to make it through the season. playing and wasn't angry about the situation,
Italian dealBy absence from the Gators' practice Sunday But DeVoe said there is more to Schintzius'woes although he did talk about quitting the team."I .

after the two met to discuss Schintzius' un- than basketball."I think it's really difficult when you're a
happiness both on and off the court. think he has some real concerns about freshman in college, and doubly difficult
Staff Writer "He wanted to go home and visit with his life right now and he's just trying to look at when you have" a brother who's a star playeron
Alligator family and discuss issues that are importantto the big picture and see where he fits,"DeVoe a team, DeVoe said. "I just think it's the
The forecast for Dwayne Schintzius' him, and that was fine with me," DeVoe said. "He has academic concerns, social con mood swings that are very common in the
immediate future has been unpredictable said. "I'll see him (today) and see where we cerns. He's got to put a handle on all this and first year of college."I'll .
of late, but the odds for an extended are." come to grips with it all." be highly disappointed if he decidesnot
trip to Italy to play in its A-l "
Schintzius whose older brother Dwayne, to play.
Schintzius could not be reached for com- ,
basketball league now appear to be

very Ron high.Carpenter, a Gainesville attorney I Baseball team takes 2 against Eagles

who has been speaking with Eu-

ropean teams on Schintzius' behalf, score with runners on first and third base in
said Saturday the 7-foot-2 former UF By ALEX MARVEZ the top of the next inning, UPs hitting tear
center is close to an agreement with Alligator Writer continued. With one out and Eric Martinezon
Phillips Milan to play eight remaining The heart of the UF baseball team's lineup first base, Russo doubled to left field,
regular season games and about 30 awoke from a day-long slumber just in time moving Martinez to third. Pinch-hitter Jeff
playoff games. Sunday afternoon to help the Gators win two McAndrew walked to load the bases,and then
"We're having conversations with games against Georgia Southern at Perry Bell singled to left field on a 1-2 pitch to win
them, and so far nothing negative has I Field. the game."I .
happened in those conversations," UF ((4-2)) rallied for two runs in the ninth knew they were going to walk him (Mc
Carpenter said. inning to erase a 5-3 deficit en route to a 6-5, Andrew)," Bell said. "All I had to do basicallywas
Phillips Milan General Manager 10-inningvictory in the continuation of a game hit the ball in the outfield."
Tony Cappellari told The Tampa Tri suspended Saturday by rain. With two outs in the first inning of the
bune his team would like to have The Gators' remained hot at the onset of second game, Russo tripled off the wall to
Schintzius."We the second game, scoring five runs in the first" drive in Majeski from second. base and Perry
have been discussing the possibility two innings in a 6-3 victory. from first.
; of him coming over here," "We came back, and we needed a taste of Mario Linares singled to lead off the second
Cappellari said, "and we should know that because the guys are inning. He advanced to
.. something by (this) week, perhaps by new," UF coach Joe Arnold second on a Rick Britton
Wednesday." said. "They don't walk after Castaldo flied
Dy two of
Carpenter, who along with Gators know really what a come winning out. Majeski bunted a sin-
basketball supporter Bob McKibbinhas back is yet." three games, UF gle down the third base
been handling the discussions for The UF rally in the first line to load the bases.
Schintzius, said he is not Schintzius' game overshadowed a stands at 4-2 overall.the Minnis drove in Linareson
agent. Carpenter also would not dis- dismal performance by a fielder's choice, and
cuss monetary figures of a possible Gators' third through sixth batters. Eric Martinez singled to right field to drive in
European contract, adding that the Martinez, Herbert Perry, Joe Russo and Tim Britton and Minnis.
salary is not Schintzius'primary objec- Vannatta were a combined l-for-13 throughthe in the
Brent Stuart ((1-0)()) won his first start
tive for playing ball overseas. first eight innings. second game, scattering eight hits and strik-
"He's still working out on his own After Perry struck out to lead off the ninth ing out five over eight innings. He did havea
here (On Gainesville),"Carpenter said. inning; Russo and Vannatta each walked. shaky fifth inning when Todd Greene
"Dwayne's immediate plans are to do Pinch-hitter Jim Bell,who broke the tip of his homered to drive in Eder from first base. On
everything he can to stay in shape." i'v, ," .. right ring finger in Friday's 7-5 loss to Georgia Stuart's next pitch, he surrendered a homerto
Schintzius, who could not be lam Southern, then blooped a single over Eagles Rob Fitzpatrick."I .
reached for comment, quit the UF second baseman Doug Eder's head to load
basketball team Jan. 25, citing differ- the bases. got a little careless," Stuart said. "Up to
ences with interim coach Don DeVoe. Gregg Castaldo, who went 6-for-7 for both that point, I was cruising along. Then all of a
Despite his departure from UF,he still games, singled to center field, driving in sudden I went out and left a few fastballs up
is expected to be a lottery pick in Russo. Dave Majeski then drew a walk from in the air. I learned my lesson."

June's NBA Draft.Meanwhile LNKEVIN starter Jay Berkner to score pinchrunnerTony McCray, who pitched the final 1/3 inningin
recent talk of Sharkins. Billy Minnis flied out to left the first game for the victory, retired the
Schintzius' possible move to Spain to W1SNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR field to send the game into extra innings. of the
Eagles in order in the ninth inning
Chris Law went four .
innings Sunday.Georgetown
play for Real Madrid seems to have
After Georgia Southern ((1-2)) was unable to second game for the save.
been just that talk. Officials from
the club disputed reports that
Schintzius was ready to sign a short- downs Gators Wildcats" nextThe
term contract with them for the re-

mainder of the European season. Alligator Staff Report 2-9 in the Southeastern Conference going UF basketball team returns to the not-
Real Madrid recently signed center into tonight's matchup with Kentucky. so-friendly confines of the,O'Connell.Center
Jose Ortiz,formerly of the NBA's Utah For four minutes Saturday afternoon, Georgetown improved to 19-2. tonight looking for a victory., --
Jazz and Oregon State, filling a void the UF basketball team playe'd'flawless, With a 15-10 lead and eight minutes left When the Gators take the floor tonight
for a proven talent in the pivot. jumping out to an s..llead against No. 5 in the first half, the Gators went cold. against the Kentucky Wildcats at 7:30, UF will
; Further diminishing the Interest in Georgetown.But Dwayne Davis scored the Gators' only look to erase an eight-game losing streak -
Schintzius is a league rule that allows then reality sunk in as the }Hoyas points in the stretch with a free throw.At three consecutive at home.
only two non-citizens to play for each turned up the defensive pressure to defeata the same time, Georgetown ran off But while the Gators have, struggled at
club. Real Madrid has Michael Anderson gutsy Gators team 56-40 in front of a 14 consecutive points to take a 26-16 leadat home, the Wildcats have struggled on the
and Anthony Frederick signed. crowd of 13,538 at the'Capital Centre in halftime. The Gators would come no road? losing all seven away games.
Phillips Milan's current American is Landover, Md. closer than nine points in the second half. The Gators and the Wildcats ((1MO/7-5 in
II' former NBA All-Star Bob McAdoo. "If our team comes out prepared to playas the SEC) offer a contrast in styles.
"We are aware of (Schintzius)," we did today (Saturday), good thingscan UF shot 33 percent from the floor and UF has slowed the tempo of,the game in
Francisco Amescua, manager of Real happen to us," interim coach Don stayed away from Georgetown's twin towers past weeks to accommodate its lack of height,
Madrid, told The Orlando Sentinel. DeVoe said. "We have to tempo a game 6-foot-10 Alonzo Mourning and 7-2 ''but Kentucky fUns and guns under Coach Rick,
"We understand he had some kind of like this. Early, the ball fell for us, but we Dikembe Mutombo. Davis made only one ,, Pitino. r,: > "
problem with his hair. But we have went into a situation where we didn't score basket after coming off a 29-point effort I Derrick Miller who leads ?the leans in SCOP:

signed Ortiz, so I don't see where he for a few minutes." against Georgia on Tuesday.The ..Ing with 19.7 points a game, has made 78 of
4 1 fits in our plans. I don't know if thereis The 40 points were the lowest UF has Gators held the Hoyas' leading '..230 thne-poIatshota. ,,: ..!<;:,;,,;: ".i
a possibility of talking to him in the posted since the 1950-51 season. scorer, Mark Tillman, to 15 points on : ': > ,
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future." The loss drops the Gators to 6-13 overall, 5-for-13 shooting. "" "j t. ,