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I fight binge-purge cycle SG voter drive

QEditor's note:Names in this story Jill said. "I used to go out on Sunday female UF students found that 5 per
have been changed at each woman's with them, buy $100 worth of food, cent were bulimic.The national aver low but pleases
request. and by Wednesday I'd ask them to go age for bulimics aged 18-25 has been ,
By NEAL FRAUW1RTH shopping again, but nobody thought estimated at 20 percent.
anything of it" The percentage of UF students
Alligator Writer
Jaquelyn Resnick, a professor of with bulimia may appear lower than city candidatesBy
Eating had always been more thanan psychology at the UF counseling cen- average, but the number would prob-
answer to hunger for Jill. Often, it ter, said bulimia is an eating disorder ably be much higher if the less severe
was a cure for depression. characterized by a binge-purge cycle. forms of the disorder were includedin BLAKE FONTENAY
When Jill was in fifth grade, she Many bulimics eat in order to have the survey," Resnick said. Alligator Writer
was the heaviest girl in her class and the chance to purge. "Bulimia is a The survey found that 13 percentof Although a voter registration drive sponsored by Stu-
began a series of diets that never kept stress-coping mechanism, not just a UF women have induced them- dent Government fell short of its expected goal last week,
her thin for long. diet disorder," Resnick said. selves to vomit, and 27 percent have some local politicians said they are encouraged by the
During her senior year of high Jill said the disorder can take many thought about doing so. number of students who did register.
school she discovered that she didn't form's."Purging. Susan a UF graduate student, was Robert Singer, SG's community affairs cabinet director,
have to starve herself to lose weight. doesn't have to be just bulimic for eight years before joining initially said he hoped volunteers
After every meal, she'd excuse herself vomiting," she said. "People can Overeaters Anonymous. "I've learnedto would register 3,000 students dur-
from the table and head to the starve,use laxatives,over-exercise or eat three square meals a day," ing the four-day drive. But only 538
bathroom, where she put her fingerin self-inflict pain," she said. Susan said. "Before I didn't know new voters signed up between Feb. SG
her throat to help herself vomit. "When I was depressed I would go what a meal was." 6 and Feb. 9, according to Richard
"I'd have to figure out a way to get to the refrigerator and empty it out Now Susan teaches an aerobics Bryan, Alachua County's assistant spring elections
away from the table without people' onto the kitchen table," Jill said. "I'd class and shares her experiences during supervisor of elections. 1990
noticing me," said Jill, an art history eat until I was full then I'd purge lectures about bulimia.see In addition to the newly regis-
sophomore and recovering bulimic. and do it all over again." tered voters, 42 people took advan-
Bulimia page 11 tage of the drive to change their
"My friends weren't aware of it/ Last semester, a survey of 1,335
legal names, addresses or party affiliations for registration
purposes, Bryan said.
SG officials originally intended to have volunteers sta-
tioned at five registration tables at different locations on
campus. But many of the volunteers were not eligible to
serve as deputy registrars because they had not registeredto
e d, vote in Alachua County themselves, Singer said.
As a result, students were only able to register at either
the SG office in the Reitz Union or at a table in front of
Turlington Hall. Anyone who registered before Mondaywill
be eligible to vote in the upcoming local elections on
t 4 p, k March 13.Bryan .
said Monday he was pleased with the way the
drive went.
That's that many more registered voters than they had
when they started," Bryan said. "We are pleased with the
way the drive went, and we are pleased with the results
they got."
Singer had a similar reaction.
"On the average, we did quite well with just one table,"
Singer said. "It's hard to break people's apathy. It's their
right not to vote, just as it is their right to vote."
Singer said that if he were planning a voter registrationdrive
next year, he would make sure volunteers under-
stood the requirements for being deputy registrars.
Michael Murphy, a UF junior running for the District
3 city commission seat, said he hoped that many of the
newly-registered students would cast ballots for him
March 13. District 3 includes a precinct. where students
living on campus may vote. However, the registration was
not limited to voters in District 3 so the 538 voters may
Ask not all live on campus.
"Of course, I would have liked to have had more tables,"
Murphy said. "But it was better than having no registrationdrive
( ) at all. We have to look at it positively."
W.E. "Mac"McEachern,one of Murphy's opponents in
the race, called the results "great.
"It's not a high number,but it shows that they (students)
m are headed in the right direction" McEachern said. "I
think the fact that they got that many is great. I wish they
had gotten more."
Craig Hedgecock, another candidate in the race,
agreed."I .
think it's good that they got that many," Hedgecocksaid.
"Students are getting more involved."


Student Sen. Bret Berlin and former Sen. Chris Fraser
wrote the Dead Week referendum. The Alligator reported i
otherwise on this page Monday.



POLICE BLOTTERJ I t- HBO Congratulates I Jt

Suspect arrested in 7-Eleven robberyA Darnell said. Stewart is in the Alachua County jail with | Kristen Miles J Ji

bail set at $5,000, a jail spokesman said.
Gainesville arrested
man was Friday Central Florida 1990
morning after robbing a convenience store on G Fire damages fraternity kitchenA i t Miss ',
Northwest 16th Street, Gainesville police said. grease fire Sunday morning caused about $2,000of You Make Us Proud
At about 1:30: a.m., Walter Stewart walked inside damage to a UF fraternity house, UFpolice spokes-
the 7-Elevcn at 105 NW 16th St., pushed a customer woman Angie Tipton said. f Good luck in Miss Florida! J

away from the front counter and took money from the Both police and fire department officials believe a 1 V, The Sisters & Pearls
open cash register. As Stewart ran from the store and kitchen fire at Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house, 7 A of nB I
rode away on a bicycle, a clerk and several people Fraternity Row, was caused by a deep fat fryer left on I
standing outside chased him between houses on 1300 overnight.At -0- .0- .0- f-
and 1400 NW Second Ave. and NW Third Ave., about 4 a.m, fraternity members tried to put out
Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell the fire, but called Gainesville Fire-Rescue minutes
later, Tipton said. The house's automatic sprinklerswere
said.The other clerk called Gainesville police, who set activated by the smoke, but didn't put out the

up a perimeter around the area while an Alachua fire, she said.
County Sheriffs canine searched for Stewart.The dog The house was evacuated, but residents re-entered
found him at about 2 a.m., hiding inside a trash bin on shortly after firefighters put out the fire. No injurieswere
the 200 block of Northwest 13th Street, Darnell said. reported. Damage was limited to the frier and Valentine
Police are investigating whether Stewart is con- the kitchen walls, Tipton said. SpecialFree
nected to other local robberies, including the robberylast "It was a good little fire, a lot of smoke,"firefighter
week of the Kentucky Fried Chicken on East Roger Breeding said. "They probably won't be eatingin
University Avenue and the attempted robbery of a the kitchen for several days."
Kentucky Fried Chicken on Southwest 34th Street, MIKE BRUSCELL

. WHAT'S HAPPENINGBrown I makeover and

rift with a purchaseofL'OREALFebruary
bag: Gainesville black Union Room 122. Call 3732176. the Reitz Union North Terrace.
community leader Andrew Mickle Chinese: The Chinese Club Couples can get"married" for$1 1 and '
speaks today at 12:30: on the Reitz meets tonight at 6 in Reitz Union receive photos rings, candy and a
Union North Lawn. Call 392-1655 Room 150B. Call TIm 377-5093. marriage certificate plus a chance at
All you can eat: Hillcl B'nai B'rith Cells, not cages: The Microbiology a "honeymoon" prize. Call 3921655. 14 from llam-2pm
Foundation sponsors a spaghetti and Science Student Organization College Democrats: College
dinner today at 5:45: at 16 NW 18th meets tonight at 7 in McCarthyHall Democrats meet Wednesday nightat
Visit the cosmetic
St $2.75 for Hillel members, $3.25 Room 3108.There also will be a 8 in Reitz Union Room 357. Call
for non members. Call 372-2900. presentation by the A.B.C. Research 3956602.
Presentation: Gainesville Right Corp. Call Carlos, 378-3429. Omicron Delta Kappa: Applications department and
To Life presents "Assignment Life," Oranges, not apples: The Gator must be returned by Friday
a video on all aspects of the abortion Citrus Club meets today at 5:15: in afternoon at 4 to the Reitz Union win
to $$75
issue,tonight at 7 at 919 NW 13th SL Fifield Hall Room 2302. Call John, Activity Center, third floor. Call 375- register
Call 3787824. 392-6902. 2469. '
Blood drive: Beta Alpha Psi, an Ultimate: UF Women's Ultimate From Africa and Australia: worth L'OREAL ,
accounting honorary fraternity, practice today at 4:30: at Hume Field. Sankofa, a West African and
sponsors a blood drive today at Call 3719524. Australian dance group, performs products.
Matherly Circle. Call 3781012. Love Shack:The Reitz Union Program Saturday night at 8 in the Reitz
Just skimming:The UF Water Ski Council sponsors the Love Union Ballroom. $6 for students,$10
Club meets tonight at 8 in Reitz Shack Wednesday morning at 10 at for the public. Call 392-1655. Limited supply

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I Referendum on fee hike to be included on ballot I

By ANTHONY LEDERMAN rise to $4.75 this fall. possibly saving SG $400,000 a year if the fees and the Interest are also pooled with
The referendum would have no effect on they decide that programs at the center are money from the state lottery trust fund and
Alligator Writer
the raise because the Board of Regents has part of UF's educational services. from the legislature.
Activity and Service Fees, which have already<<: approved the increase..But Scales But Interim Provost Gene,: Hemp said no Scales doesn't think the money should go
consistently risen in past years, may come said the next student body president matter what the case, the to recruiting merit scholars. He said the
to a three-year halt if students pass a refer- could lobby to bring the fee $180,000 is needed for scholarships scholarships are not need based, so the
endum on Wednesday's ballot, said Student back down. SG because there is a shortage money should come from somewhere else.
Body President Ed Scales. A & S fees pay for Student of scholarship money every year. "That's a little strange,"Hemp said, refer-
Scales has proposed the referendum, Government's operating costs,in- If the interest money is placed ring to Scales' comments. "First they say
which would keep $180,000 in annual inter- tramurals, the Reitz Union and spring elections back into the account, that will they want to have more scholarship moneyat
est revenue in the fee account. other activities.The fees also are 1990 be $180,000 less in scholarship the last Board of Regents meeting, now
The money currently goes toward merit- supposed to pay for all phases of money, Hemp said. they're saying they want more money for
the $5.5 million Recreation "
based scholarships, The provost uses these new activities on campus.
Center scheduled to in March 1991.
scholarships to recruit students for UF. open Part of A & S fees, not including its Scales said he does not want to unilater-

Students currently pay $4.60'percredit- But state legislators may decide to pay all interest, already go toward scholarships but see Referendum, page 13
hour for the A & S Fees. The amount will maintenance and utility costs for the center that money is not enough Hemp said. Both

BANK ROBBERY Help may come for disabled I

IN V11Vr Inspections to shed light on campus obstaclesBy

GEOFF BOUCHER include stairways and small doorways -
designs that reflect the architecture of a
Alligator Staff Writer
time when there were no regulations out-
UF administrators know disabled students lining the needs of disabled people. Under
face architectural barriers on campus state law, the barriers in older buildingscan
everyday, but the trick, they say, is remain unchanged if UF can establish
getting a handle on where all the problemsare "program accessibility," a policy where
r and figuring out which are the worst. services in inaccessible facilities are offered
Those questions may be answered next on demand somewhere else.
month. Even if buildings meet current code
Student Services staff member Hank requirements,they can still pose problem
; Ridelberger said ad- and will be targets for
a ministrators"will have renovation, Ridelber-
gY a clearer picture" of "The I : ger said.
campus accessibility "Many students use
after surveying! more from the survey will electric wheelchairs,
than 200 buildings in which are about six
early March.Ridelberhelp us get a better ptCinches longer than the
ger said teams of vollure manual chairs,"
what's going
unteers will of on Ridelberger said. The

campus and fill out a and help us with shortvery latest restroom
one-page form that stalls, built following
r grades buildings on and long-range plans. the codes, can be too
rr everything from parking short for people in the
availability to Hank Ridelberger electric wheelchairs to
water fountain height. Student Services close the door. It's a
"We've developed a real threat to their in

questionnaire! which. dependence."
will help us find the problems in the various Ridelberger said he hopes to get the
parts of campus, which will then help us Panhellenic Council, the Interfraternity
set some priorities," Ridelberger said. Council individual Greek organizationsto
The results should be pretty interesting." provide the legwork needed for the
Ridelberger, who is overseeing the sur- building inspections."We .
vey, !said the results will be given to the are hoping they will do it as a
Committee on Disabled Persons, a groupof service project," he said. The survey will
students, faculty and staff. The group coincide with Disabled Student Awareness
spends $25,000 each year for accessibility Week and will help to raise the consciousness -
improvements and recommends other pro- of the university community as far as
jects to Physical Plant and Facilities Plan needs for physical accessibility for dis-
ning, UF's two construction branches. abled persons."
E. ANN STODDARD "Most of the time the committee finds The survey form has sections to rate
Gainesville police investigator Brad West examines the doors of Empire of out about accessibility problems when individual building entrances, parking, interior
America Federal; Savings Bank at 249 W. University Ave. for fingerprints. An students walk in and say, 'I've got doors, hallways, protruding objects and
unidentified man entered the bank shortly after 11:30: a.m. Monday, handed a this problem at this building,'"Ridelbergersaid. restrooms. Because people in wheelchairs
teller a.note demanding money and walked out with thousands of dollars, .The information from the survey will can have a limited reach, the form has
Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Darnell said no one help us get a better picture of what's goingon questions on the height of fire alarms,
and help us with shortand long-range elevator controls, water fountains, tele-
was Injured during the robbery and the FBI is investigating the incident. plans." phones,bathroom mirrors,and urinal flush

Barriers in older buildings frequently handles.

I Senate to reintroduce Graduate Student Council billBy I

DEBBIE CENZIPER Senate President Amira Trebincevic said "Considering we've already discussed the
the Referendum and' Agenda Committee Trebincevic said she is going to explainto bill at the last two meetings, we wouldn't be
Alligator Writer decided to hold the double meeting because senators that hearing the bill is legal. rushing it through," she said.

Student Senators will hold a double meet- GSC needs the money for travel expenses. "It wasn't fair,"Trebincevic said. "(Delay- Sen. Charlie Grapski said he will suggest
ing tonight on the eve of Student Govern- GSC wants to attend a conference on March ing) the bill would effectively kill (GSC's) that Senate split the bill in half so GSC can
ment elections so they will, have enough 1. trip." get funds immediately for their trip.

time to reintroduce a bill that asks for$3,640for A funding request takes 10 days after it Although the bill may face opposition by "People have been successfully confusedby
the Graduate Student Council. is passed to become law, and if the requestis senators and may not pass through the two (Berlin's) action in the last few weeks
The Senate voted: not to hear the bill last delayed further the bill would be void,she readings scheduled tonight, Trebincevicsaid and they didn't know what to do," said
Tuesday because 27 senators thought it. said.The at least Senate would be giving GSC Grapski, who along with Berlin, is runningfor
should t be> delayed until after elections. Sen. last two weeks of delaying the request another chance-at funding. The bill was an ASFAC-senate. seat in tomorrow's
Bret Berlin said hearing the funding requestso were unfair, she said. Many senators discussed extensively at the last two Senate election.
close to elections could sway UFs 5,000 were confused by the legalities of hearingthe meetings, so Trebincevic said she doesn't see Meeting, page 13rFUESDAY 1 .
graduate students' votes. bill less than two weeks before elections. think there will be much debate.

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MOSCOW UPI The Soviet presidential by popular vote.
( ) parliament's execu- system
and want to meet U. and students
town Faculty
tive arm,at a meeting chaired by Soviet leader Mikhail Tass did not give a specific date for the special new in ,
Gorbachev, called Monday for a special session of the Congress, saying only that it would be held soon. mention or bring this ad in for PENNY copies on
Congress of People's Deputies to create a democratic, The presidium also sent the Supreme Soviet, or any WEDNESDAY. (offer out Apnt ifo) :<
presidential system in the Soviet Union. parliament, a bill that would provide a legal (limit of 25 coptu per day)
"The presidium of the Supreme Soviet has unanimously mechanism for any of the country's 15 republics to
supported institutionalizing democratic secede from the Soviet Union, which Gorbachev
presidential power in the Soviet Union," the official promised last month during his trip to Lithuania.
Tass news agency said. And the presidium recommended that the parliament
"An extraordinary Congress of People's Deputieswill discuss a possible reconsideration of the 1940
convene soon to consider this and other matters incorporation of Lithuania and Estonia into the Soviet
relating to deepening political reform," said a state- Union,which both Baltic republics have said was done I
ment, carried by Tass, about the presidium's meetingin illegally through a secret pact between the late Soviet
the Kremlin Monday.The dictator Josef Stalin and German dictator Adolf Hitler,
decision to hold another session of Congress, The surprise announcement of an early Congress
months before it was scheduled to convene again after session indicated7 that Gorbachev, fresh from his victory
finishing its second session Dec. 24, came five days at the momentous party plenum last week, is
after the Communist Party swept away its monopolyrule intent on radicalizing his perestroika drive to trans
and decided to ask the people to approve a form the Soviet Union into a modern democracy,

. Mandela's homecoming celebratedSOWETO I

South Africa (UPI) Raising clenched dela welcome rally, waving a sea of ANC flags. In the
fists and jogging in scattered formation Monday, rush to enter, some trampled dozens of school
young South Africans chanted "ANC will conquer! children who fell.
ANC will govern!" and waited for their leader Nelson No deaths were reported, but at least four people
Mandela to return to his home. were hospitalized with fractures and other injuries,
The fairly calm atmosphere in front of Mandela's while seven other people suffered cuts when a scaffolding
Soweto home contrasted with another scene earlierat fell, witnesses and medical workers said.
the nearby Orlando Stadium, where dozens of Red Cross workers reported that dozens of people
school children were trampled during the rush to also fainted from heat exhaustion, dehydration and
enter by some of the crowd of about 60,000 people.A hunger after spending hours in the stadium.In .
huge golden banner adorned a fence surrounding an attempt to forestall more trouble, youths in
Mandela's property and proclaimed, "Education, the black township distributed pamphlets titled "A
Houses, Security and Comfort for All." The garage Message from Mandela," in which the black leader
next door was painted green, black and gold the urged people to follow instructions by marshals at
colors of Mandela's once-banned African National Tuesday's rally in Johannesburg.
Congress. "'I appeal to all my people to act In a disciplined and
Giant television floodlights illuminated the area calm manner," the pamphlet read. "We have won a
where hundreds of people-blacks from Soweto and massive victory in our march for freedom in South
neighboring townships as well as journalists have Africa. Let us not delay our struggle by acting in an
maintained constant vigilance since Saturday outside undisciplined manner."
the house Mandela last lived in before his capture in Outside the Mandela home Monday night, the
1962 crowd continued its vigil.
Despite the crowd's expectation, the 71-year-old, "We've been waiting for this day for years," said
silver-haired Mandela did not arrive by late Mondayand Cindy Futhane, 32. "We've been working very hard
was not expected in Soweto until Tuesday. But for this day. You can't just let it pass."
the hope that came with his freedom remained solid Lyndrn Horace, raising his right hand in a tight fist,
with those congregating along Vilakazi Street. said,"For 30 years I have been struggling to free South
Earlier in the day, tens of thousands of blacks Africa. ..I'll never sleep without seeing Nelson Man- / r rNri rr.
jammed into the nearby Orlando Stadium for a Man- dela."

. for offendersOLYMPIA I H.f919df>9Y Uj f I f M&mx'Hrri
Castration may be option sex
Wash. (UPI) Legislation to allow violence rather than sexual gratification is often the
convicted sex offenders to choose voluntary castrationin motivation behind rapes.
return for a 75 percent reduction in their prison He showed the Senate a beer bottle, a large pieceof
sentences won a bare Senate majority Monday as wood,and a screwdriver as examples of items used
opponents argued the politicians were engaging in by some rapists to commit their crimes."I .
"bloodlust." could have brought broom handles and other
The bill was sent on a 25-23 vote to the House,wherea things. It is not sex that drives these people, it is
similar measure has failed to move this legislative violence," Patrick said.
session. In addition, Gov. Booth Gardner has said on Sen. Brad Owen of Shelton was one of three
several occasions he is unconvinced that castration Democrats to vote for the bill, which he said did not
would deter predatory sex criminals. go far enough.
Backers of the Senate castration bill were led by "Mutilation is too good for these people. It shouldbe
Sen. Ellen Craswell, R-Bremerton, who said studies mandatory for these creeps," he said. "We forgetto
have shown castration is an effective tool in lowering look at what the criminal has done to the victim."
recividism rates in sex crimes. However, Sen. Phil Talmadge, D-Seattle,
She said In some countries where castration has denounced the bill as something "the Ayatollah
been mandatory for rapists, recividism rates of only 2 Khomeini probably would have liked."
percent to 3 percent have been noted. He said predatory sex offenders also should like the
Under terms of the legislation, a convicted sex bill because they could be released from prison earlyto ,
offender who requests castration must have a court continue a life of crime.
hearing to ensure he understands the legal, medical, "What is going to be next if mutilation is going to
emotional and psychological consequences of castra be part of our public policy," Talmadge said. "Do we
tion. pluck out somebody's tongue for blasphemy, do we
Opponents of the bill included Republican Sen. chop off somebody's hand for theft?! don't know how S
Mike Patrick, a retired Seattle policeman, who said far we intend to go with this." '"' BANTAM

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runs end with chug of beer Russian city links

'-" '-'
By BETH BROADWATER right trail,they shout"On!On!I"and blow ners who run too fast must drink warm with Gainesvillein
Alligator Writer their whistles or horns so the others can beer or soda. Those who take shortcuts
follow. during runs and other violators of
Runners,like dogs on a hunt,recently On this particular run, more people hash guidelines also must drink during culture crossBy
scattered through Gainesville's woods followed than just those who had signedup down down.
and parking lots searching the groundfor and given their money to the "hash Those who allow their lips to leave
a secret trail. cash," which pays for runners' soda and their cups while they're drinking have
Spotting flour on the ground,a runner beer. their drinks dumped over their heads. Alligator WriterAmericans'
cried"On! On!" He blew his whistle and
uneasiness about U.S.-Soviet relations

Two men, who had seen the group After each drink, members sing the
the pack streaked off to follow him. running through an apartment complex down down song. Later, members give reached dangerous levels eight years ago,
Local members of Hash Harriers where they were visiting friends, de- nicknames like "Stud Muffin" or"Moon Gainesville/Novorossiisk Sister City Program
an international club with chapters in cided to join in the fun. Pie" to newer runners who have partici- founder Steve Kalishman said.

126 countries,including 90 in the United In Florida, hash runners travel be- pated in several runs. According to a 1982 Gallup Report, most Ameri-
States-call themselves"beer drinkers worldwide nuclear within
cans expected war ten
with tween Daytona,Orlando and Gainesville UF engineering graduate student
a running problem"They
afraid of the situation betweenthe
about twice a month for hour-long runs David Cheney,grand master of the local years."People were
in called hash- "
participate a sport
U.S. and the U.S.S.R. Kalishman said.
that four to five miles and lead ,
cover chapter, said the group is looking for
ing-non-competitive runs that involve He and his wife Natasha who in
them to the On in, their destination. new members. grew up
trails and lots of beer. Runners
Novorossiisk on the Black Sea introduced a res-
follow trails,but never race.No one ever "You usually have scrapes at the end "We would like to get people who live olution to the Gainesville City Commission in 1982to
wins. from running through woods," UF psy- here, besides students, to keep the tra- promote cultural exchange between Gainesville

Hashing, based on an old English chology graduate student Lois Ann dition going," Cheney said. "Studentsget and Novorossiisk, establishing the two cities as
game in which participants released Kuntz said.Redfaced. bogged down, and it could die out." sister cities.

packs of dogs to chase hares,was begunin runners gather for the down The next Gainesville race is Feb. 24 "It's a people to people program to improve
1938 by two Englishmen and an Aus- down, a ritual in which hares new run- at 4 p.m. Anyone interested can contact U.S./Soviet relations without the involvement of
tralian living in what is now Malaysia.The ners, runners with new shoes and run- Cheney at 372-1539. the national governments," he said. The program
three men decided to spice up helps common Americans get along with common
their running by taking turns laying out Soviets.

trails. After completing each run, they Things happen in national government that are
rewarded themselves with beers at their out of our control," Kalishman said. "The peoplearen't
favorite hangout,the Hash House.Since responsible for their troops being in Afghan-
then, hashing has attracted worldwide istan. This program helps people understandthat.
interest."I ."
heard about it from friend who
a The program sponsors cultural exchanges of
did a run in Japan," UF graduate student photography, children's art and newspaper arti-
David Wilson said. "It sounded like fun, cles, Kalishman said. It also welcomes new ideas
so when I heard it was here, I decidedto for cultural exchanges from the community.City .

join." Commissioner David Coffey, who traveledto
Before the start of a recent weekendrun r'' ae. Novorossiisk in September 1988, said that effects
in Gainesville,"hares"marked trails of glasnost and perestroika were visible in the
with flour and chalk, littering them with

checkpoints and false leads to slow down .t city."You could definitely tell it was a country in.

runners. volved in a quiet revolution," he said. "The attitudes
"It was planned for them to run of the Soviet citizens to Americans,and even
through a pasture with bulls in it," said government officials, was incredibly proAmerican. -
UF senior Martin Buckley one of the ."

hares on the run. But because several Throughout the world, Gainesville has five
runners were participating in their first other sister cities: Cumbernauld, Scotland;
hash run, Buckley and the other hares Jacmel, Haiti; Manizales, Colombia; Matagalpa,
decided to "keep it mellow." KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR Nicaragua; and Tegucigalpa, Honduras. But
When hounds runners who follow Doug "Mastergator" Brede exits Lake Alice ahead of David "Studmuffin" Coffey said that Novorossiisk has the most activesee

the trails are sure they are on the Cheney In a practice "hash" Monday afternoon.
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Candidates for Student Government office. are. usually t\\)

easily identifiable either they are resume-padders, pup-
pets or politicians. This year, however, the choice be- \
tween the Vision party and the Today party was tough Qn

because all the candidates appear to be energetic, eager
students with thoughtful ideas who sincerely want to help. L 1N seek

For president and vice president, we endorse the
Vision party's Michael Browne and Kevin Mayeux.

Together, Browne and Mayeux have four years ex-
perience with student senate, its committees, the execu-

tive cabinet, the executive committee, university u
committees and countless other groups that give them a tiIMM w
broad knowledge of student activities and the innerworkings -
of UFoBrowne

and Mayeux have plans to work with new UF
President John Lombardi that we think will be crucial to
MARK srwn+
improving UF student-administrator-faculty relations.
Mayeux was part of the committee that picked Lombardiso
he already has ties with him.

Browne wants to take weekly treks to the president's of-
fice with concerned students to let Lombardi know what

bothers us. Lombardi already has said he wanted that

kind of interaction and Browne is promising to provide it.
Today's presidential candidate Juan Vitali has great When joking about, just say newNo

ideas but we're not sure they are workable. His plan for
new taxes. I agree. We don't need no stinkin'taxes.
the 1990s includes ways to combat racism, sexism and *- Scott Miller

rape. No one favors those things but we think UF ad- But if what I see and hear all around me is indicativeof S
ministrators should be responsible for curbing violence the current state of the union of humor in America, MIRKING OFF
and discrimination against the student body, not SG. we do need new jokes.
"Please, keep George Bush alive at all costs, Secret
Even in times and these times
We see our student leaders as dealing with immediate good are good
-a hearty laugh can brighten anybody's dreary day. Service Dan Quayle joke.
problems and providing solutions. Short-term goals are Laughter is still the best Rx, and with 37 million Don't resort to these, at least not in their present
the only ones that can be accomplished in a year term Americans lacking health insurance and over 28 mil- form. What can we as concerned class-clowns and
since parties and leaders change every 12 months. lion cable-TV-deprived, we are on a collision course ordinary yahoos do? Well, just resist the urge to fall
We know Vitali and his running mate Jace Jackson area with depression, ulcers and general malaise. back on these groaninducers.Think. .
valuable asset to the student body and urge them to We can't afford the stale, crusty, hardtoswallowjoke Roll up your gray-matter and innovate.Dareto
stay involved with university committees to remind the in these good but unpredictable times. We need go where no man has gone before, like a Gators
coach to NCAA ethics seminar.
new jokes. Not necessarily better or improved, but an
permanent people that students are concerned about our new. Just say new. Don't lose a sock in the laundry,gain one,and only
quality of life. What is old, decrepit and in-the-shop joke-wise? when you use a different soap. Even take a classic
For Student Treasurer endorse Vision's such as Steven Wright and make it
Body we Two lines currently masquerading as funny come any gem your
David Stern. Stem has been involved with student right to mind the blank from hell, as in the date own. "It's a small world, but I'd hate to have to coverit
senate and its finance committees for two years. Like his from hell, the roommate from hell and the motherinlaw with an"exterminator tent or even simpler -
opponent, he has good ideas but Stem knows the system i from hell,and like blank on acid,as in Mick Jagger vacuum it.
is like a rooster on acid. The new seven words that can't be said on
well enough to know what to fix and how to fix it. switch
television could be "This show bites
Many stand-up routines old ; please
are so ,
We also think Stem has a better idea of how high the dust-bunnied that even junior comedians overemployedand won't channels now."

reserve fund should be. The reserves are the emergency cover them. A short but important list might include: With that Bush-guy in shaky health, we're a flat-
funds student leaders leave in the bank in case some- The one sock that is always lost in.the laundry, the EKG away from a Dan QuayleSaigonontheHudsonpresidency
thing serious happens. out-of-control proliferation of metal hangers in your and all that that implies.So .
Reserves are at about $450,000. Stem said the level closet, the poor state of Rolling Stone member Keith let's sum up: old-bad, new-good; fresh rather
Richard's health and the dreaded "Yo, Adrian," inarticulate than moldy and chuckling over our sad state of affairsis
should be about $150,000, even if it means funding some Sly Stallone Rocky-Rambo-sequel number preferable to moping'and sulking.Do .
student groups a little less. It takes a brave candidate to routine. it for the kids. And their kids.
say the reserves should remain high. Today's Linda Vick- The current number one offender may be the Scott Miller is a SFCC student.I .
ers wouldn't mind if the reserves go as low as $75,000. i LETTERS TO THE EDITOR r
That worries us because if we ever have another prob-
lem like we did when the state discovered $137,000 in Cleopatra was nota wasn't sure whether she had any heard a dynamic black schismatic-
African blood after her had Catholic claim that Jesus
dynasty priest
fire code violations, UF would have to cover the bill for ruled three
centuries in audience
Egypt Christ was black. The
us and students would lose control of the Reitz Union. black EgyptianEditor The Gainesville Sun said that correctly objected that he was

The field is filled with qualified, eager candidates who : Two weeks ago, you hadan she "didn't have any African bloodin Jewish.
each have their expertise. We think the Vision party has editorial by one of your staff her," according to Robert One of the priest's congregation
workable ideas and we hope well see results before the, who had been to a student retreatto Bianchi, curator of Egyptology at explained that Jesus descendedfrom
semester is out. discuss racism on campus.In the Brooklyn Museum. Moses which is incorrect
Not that being even a full- blood
who must have
a separate paragraph in the blooded
Egyptian would qualifyone because he "passed" as an Egyptian
editorial, the writer used as an ex- "black"
alligatorManaging ample of the horrible ignorance of used today in the in politicalracialsense America. when he was adopted byPharaoh's
EditorLucy' white America, that we did not daughter.
Early American black scholars
Chabot recognize that Cleopatra, the most like W.E.B.DuBois,in their under- Whew!There's enough real and
Editor Opinions Editor beautiful woman in history, was standable desire to create a full fascinating history of black people
Mary Shedden Sutton black.Well history of themselves where little that we all need to be vigilant in
Tonya I knew that Cleopatra was had existed before, created the too readily accepting such exag-
Letters Policy the last co-ruler of the Ptolemaic myth of the Negro" Egyptian. gerated and unsubstantiatedclaims
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by'10 page), They should be dynasty, descended from a Greek Such myths continue to be spun, especially within an
typed, double-spaced end signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone general of Alexander the Great's usually by brilliant people academic institution.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause If you have any questions call working
the editorial page editor it 378-4459. who was put in charge of Egypt in isolation. John F. Scott
after Alexander conquered it. But Just this week on "Donahue! Department of Artj

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Gronwall And Asbury Are Named Associate I


I Deans In UF's College Of Veterinary.. MedicineTwo

UF professors who were instrumental .
in the College of Veterinary Medicine's
development have been named associate
j -1-1- deans of the college.
Ronald Gronwall has been named "WOODY"gti
J Produced by UF Information and Publications Services,355 exe- ASBURY j GRONWALL
\, Tigert Hall, and paid for at usual/advertising rates to communicate cutive associate dean, and Atwood
official notices and Important Information to "Woody" Asbury has been named associ-
students,(faculty and start.Call 392 0166 lor Information. ate dean for alumni and public programs. Named Associate r.. I Named Executive
Dean For Alumni [ .It Associate Dean
' Gronwall assumes the post he held on
; &: Public Programs ( .?,
an interim basis during a year-long, nation-
wide search for a permanent dean, which
culminated last August with the hiring of t
Noted Molecular Dr. Richard Dierks. Asbury served as acting -
dean during the same period. t p

I During their interim leadership, the col- He earned both his doctoral and high honors from Michigan State Univer-
Biologist SpeaksAt lege began the major task of replacing the veterinary degrees at the University of sity and previously taught at the Univer-

veterinary building's entire ventilation California-Davis. Gronwall was a physiology sity of California-Davis School of
UF TodayA system, started construction of two sorely instructor at Kansas State Umversity- Veterinary Medicine.
needed hospital barns for horses (now in Manhattan before joining UF's faculty.
national leader in gene fusion full use)and raised$1.75 million in private Asbury's new responsibilities include
technology, Thomas J. Silhavy, Ph.D., of donations to be used toward additional ex- coordinating the college's alumni and cNIS/cxi/ WEEK
Princeton university, will present a lecture pansion of overcrowded facilities.In public affairs programs. Fundraising is AMPUS
at 4 in Cl-17of the Health his Gronwall assists the
today p.m. room new position one of his early priorities, with an
Science Center's Communicore Building. dean in the overall management of the estimated $34 million in building expan-
Silhavy's lecture, entitled "A Bacterial En- school's teaching, research: and animal-care sion and renovations planned or already
vironmental Sensor That Functions as a programs. He oversees the everyday opera- underway. He also will coordinate theschool's
Protein Kinase,"is sponsored by the Bur- tion of the college and Veterinary Medical public and media relations pro TODAY

roughs Wellcome Fund for Research andis Teaching Hospital and supervises several grams. Asbury, at UF since 1977 is a
open to all UF faculty and students. administrative areas, including planningand specialist in equine reproduction and BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS-
UF's Department of Immunology and budget, and physical facilities. previously headed UF's veterinary depart- Forum with Andrew Mickle, 12:30: p.m.,
Reitz Union North Lawn; African Aware-
I Medical Microbiology is hosting Suhavy'svisit. Gronwall joined the UF faculty in 1975 ment of reproduction. He was acting chiefof
, ness Forum, 7 E-121 Computer
The department was selected by the and helped organize the veterinary college, staff at the Veterinary Medical Teaching p.m.
Science and Engineering (CSE) Building;
American Society for Microbiology to the only school of its type in Florida. He Hospital in 1987 and previously has been CSE
Multicultural Mixer 7 A-101
receive one of the five Burroughs Wellcome directed the office of veterinary medical selected as Teacher of the Year and Large and Blues p.m.}
Building; Jazz Singer Jacqueline
awards that were granted in 1989. education from 1977 until 1981, when he Animal Clinician of the Year. Cen-
and Friends 8 Thomas
Jones ,
Silhavy is best known for his investiga- returned to fulltime teaching and research. He received his veterinary degree with p.m. door.
tions of how proteins and other:moleculesare ter, 302 N.E. 6th Ave. Tickets $5 at
transported within bacteria. He fills QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE meetsto
in discuss life at UF for Black and Hispanic
several national leadership positions
microbiology, including co-director of the Student Financial Affairs Offers students, 3 Room Division of Housing
Museum Road and
Life Sciences Research Foundation, and Conference ,
membership on the National Institutes of Help Sessions Through Feb. 28The 13th St.PIANO.
Health Microbial Physiology and Genetics DUO RECITAL by UF faculty
members Patricia Dinkins and Claudia
Study Section. Office for Student Financial Affairs is conducting financial aid "Application Help Kiel, 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.
For the past four years, Silhavy has filledan Sessions" for students weekdays through Feb. 28. A financial aid counselor will be
endowed faculty position at Princetonas available in 203 Anderson Hall for one-hour sessions on the following dates: WEDNESDAY
the Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis/ Pro Feb. 15 and 23 9:35: a.m. CENTER FOR WETLANDS SEMINARby
fessor of Molecular Biology. He also Feb. 14, 22 and 28 10:40 a.m. UF wildlife and range sciences professor
directs an NIH-funded genetics predoc- Feb. 16 and 21 11:45: a.m. Larry Harris, "Faunal Collapse in
toral training grant at Princeton. A 1975 Feb. 13, 19 and 27 12:50: p.m. the Everglades Ecosystem," 11:45: a.m.,
graduate of Harvard University with a Feb. 20 and 26 1:55: p.m. Phelps Laboratory Seminar Room.
Ph.D. in biochemistry, he is the author of For additional information about the help sessions, contact the Office of Student Finan- BLACK HISTORY MONTH Amateur

90 scientific papers, three patents and a cial Affairs, open from 9:30: a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, at 3921275.For Night at Apollo, 8 p.m., Shands
textbook. those students unable to attend the help sessions, the Office also maintains a Auditorium.
tape series for the NEXUS telephone tape system to give students general information LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES LEC-
about financial aid programs and application procedures. To use the system, call 392-1683 TURE by Duke University history from
Landlord-Tenant Legal and ask to hear the following tapes: 402-A-Applying for Financial Aid; 402BStudentLoan fessor Jose Escorcia, "Colombia
Programs; 402-C-Guaranteed Student Loans; 402-D-Student Budgets; 402-E- Violencia to Violencia: A Political Blind
Is Financial Aid for Graduate Students; 402-F-Student Employment; 402-G-Grants; 376 Grinter Hall.
Workshop TodayStudent 402-H-Scholarships; 402-I-Student Loans and Debt Management; 402- -Financial Aid BOTANY SEMINAR, "Patterns and

Legal Services Director Larry Telephone Numbers; 402-K-How to Receive Your Financial Aid; 402-L-Daily Update Mechanisms of Drought Tolerance in An-
Givens will conduct a workshop on land- Tape and 402-M-Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities. nual Tarweeds," by Harvard University
biology professor Suzanne Morse, 4 p.m.,
lord-tenant conflicts today at 4:30: p.m. in
Room B-73 of the Reitz Union. The work- 211 Bartram Hall.WOMEN'S .

shop is free and open to UF students and Health Awareness Week ActivitiesSet UF associate STUDIES professor COLLOQUIUMby of English

public.Givens will discuss law involving land- Through Thursday At TurlingtonUF's Elizabeth Langland, "Victorian Domestic
The Construction of Womanhood -
Ideology :
lord-tenant relations, security deposits, !
4 2354 Hall.
; Turlington
roommate conflicts and repair requests. annual observance of Health Get Physical and WYKS Radio, will be heldat FRONTIERS p.m. OF SCIENCE SERIES,
Stop by 368 Reitz Union or call 3922196for Awareness Week is today through Thurs 4:30: p.m. at Fleming Field. Registration University of Utah chemistry professor
registration information. day. Information sessions and display information is available from Student Martin Fleischmann discusses "Elec-

tables will be set up in the Turlington Hall Government, 392-1665. trochemically Induced Fusion of Deu-
courtyard from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day. Health Awareness Week is produced by terium," 8 p.m., University Auditorium.
Events planned for the week are as the Student Government's Health Cabinet. CONTINUING
Marston Science Library follows:

Phone Prefix ChangedAll invited to learn about the services offered Gym Eric Breitenbach, displays black and white

telephone numbers in the Marston by the infirmary. Closed Thursday, FridayThe photographs capturing struggles of Latin
Science Library and the Computer Sci- Wednesday-SAFER SEX DAY. Informa- American and Caribbean immigrants in
Florida Gym basketball floor and Florida, in Grinter Galleries through Feb.
ence and Engineering Building have been tion on how students can protect
, changed to the campus "392" prefix. The themselves and free condoms will be balcony bleachers will be closed Thursdayand 16, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays, 1 to 4 p.m.
F Friday. The Florida Gym building itself .
I "335' prefix is no longer in service at these available.ThursdayLOOKIN'. Sundays.ART
I will be open, and classes will be heldas EXHIBIT Fabricated Landscapes,
j buildings. The 1989-90 Campus Directory GOOD AND
I for the usual.The basketball floor will reopenon by Department of Art sculpture professor
lists the correct numbers two FEELING HEALTHY DAY: Information on
I buildings. However if are having problems nutrition, health and wellness will be Saturday. For additional information, Pamela Brown and printmaking professorBob
you contact the office of College of Health and Mueller, through Feb. 17 in Center of
call class
I completing a to either building, featured. The world's largest aerobic ,
Human Performance Associate Dean Modern Art, 101 S.E. 2nd Place, Sun Cen-
Student Government, Let's
dial "O" to contact a campus operator organized by
who will provide the new number. Charles Williams, 392-0578. ter, call 338-1884 for gallery schedule.

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I Sister city may host 1998 Winter OlympicsJ CITIESfrom page 5 -

The Alligator has agreed to exchange Sochi's American guests. construction of sports facilities for the Olym- program.
articles, with a Novorossiisk newspaper Sochi,population 340,000,is the southernmost pics will cost 535 million rubles. What will The Gainesville/Novorossiisk Sister
through the Novosti Press Agency in city of the Russian federation and lies this sum be spent on? City Program, which has sent seven
Moscow, which translates the articles. Two in the sub-tropical zone. It stretches 145 "In Krasnaya Polyana,it's planned to buildan Gainesville delegations to Novorossiisk,
Alligator articles already have been printedin kilometers from north to south between the alpine skiing complex, a skiing stadium is sponsoring another exchange in April.
their paper. This is the first The Black Sea Coast and the Greater Caucasus with a number of courses,a biathlon stadium One teacher and 15 students from both
Alligator has received.By Mountains. The biggest soviet spa and with shooting ranges, springboards and a cities will travel to their sister city.
YURI ZENYUK health resort, Sochi annually provides accommodation toboggan and bob sled course with grand- Gainesville representatives will
for some 4.5 million people, stands for 15,000 each,freestyle arenas anda spend
Press two months in Moscow
Novosti Agency CorrespondentIn Leningrad,
including more than 200,000 foreigners from roofed alpine events stadium with a 400-
Krasnodar and Novorossiisk
the Winter of 1998, tourists from Flor- 125 countries.In meter course and grandstands for 5,000 to -a port city
with a population of 200,000.The
ida may arrive in Sochi,a soviet health resort short,Sochi has everything to host the 7,000," Voyevoda, 39, said. to all Gainesville residents.The programis .
located south of Novorossisk which is Winter Olympics except snow. Annual Businessmen from more than 50 U.S. and open
Gainesville's sister city. snow cover usually remains three to five foreign companies have offered their ser- Novorossiisk Merchant Marine
Sochi is a candidate to be the host of the days. But the town of Krasnaya Polyana vices as contractors, recognizing Sochi's Academy will send representatives as part
1998 Winter Olympics. Many experts con- stands in the mountains a mere 50 kilome- chances as host city. of Novorissiisk's second annual exchange
sider this candidacy more promising than ters away. Leading foreign companies can ensure program.The group will arrive in Gaines
Salt Lake City,Jaca, Spain, Ostersund,Swe- In its natural condition,Krasnaya Polyanais higher standards of construction than soviet ville on April 15 to study English, local
den and Nagano,Japan. akin to famous mountain health resorts in companies, including proper considerationof politics, the principles of private propertyand
Last year's nearly simultaneous twinning Switzerland, Austria and France. In winter, the city's unique landscape. Yet local Florida's business world.
between Gainesville and Novorossisk and snow-cover there is not less than oneandahalf environmentalists object to holding the Win- Gainesville's relationship with
Tallahassee and Krasnodar impelled peoplein meters and sometimes reaches seven ter Olympics and the construction of new Novorossiisk was the first successful U.S.
other cities of the Krasnodar Territory to meters. The air temperature is ideal for projects, especially in Krasnaya Polyana. program since the five sister cities -
establish friendly ties with other Florida winter sports above zero in the day and They believe it will damage the environment which first organized during the 1973
cities. Sochi seeks to establish ties with minus !5-10 degrees centigrade at night adjacent to Sochi National Park. Nixon-Brezhnev negotiations-were dis-
Panama City. Another branch, being set up "Neither Sochi nor Krasnaya Polyana, One thing is certain. Preparations for pos- solved when relations became strained in
in Apsheronsk, will develop ties with St. taken separately, could host (the) Winter sible Winter Olympics and the solution of the early 1980s.
Petersburg.If Olympics. But when put together,they forma all ecological problems linked with this pro- Anyone interested in the exchange pro-
Sochi becomes the host of the 1998 unique complex which can be envied by ject are vast arenas for international cooper- gram must apply by March 1.If more than
Winter Olympics and Florida and the all its rivals," Sochi Deputy Mayor Ivan ation. All interested businessmen and 15 apply, applicants will be chosen basedon
Krasnodar Territory are twinned, there will Voyevoda said.According environmentalists in Florida and Gainesvillecan their knowledge of the Russian lan-
probably be quite a few Floridians among to preliminary estimates, the also take part in this work. guage, Kalishman said.
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fied with courtesy and phone ser relationship with only one
UF students who have a gripe vices. The Infirmary received 8's lot of students can't evaluate "They have been very open to uninfected person.
or a compliment about Student in every category except for park health care-they can only evaluate students,"Tucker said."The more / Engage in only "safer"
Health Services will have a ing, which scored a D+, Tucker how they were treated," input we can get, the better off we sexual activities
chance to air them today by filling said.SHOT Tucker said. are. My problem is that students / Use condoms in all sexual
out surveys available at the Infirmary member Hillary Lane Lane said this is because the don't really complain much." activities
pharmacy waiting room. said this year there won't be a students lack the expertise to / Do not use drugs or alcohol
about parking because know about clinical procedures."A The survey is part of several these
The surveys, conducted by the question activities SHOT has planned for substancescan
Student Health Outreach Team, they already know how students lot of people really can't tell Student Health Awareness Week, affect your judgementand
will ask students featuresof feel. what their bodies telling
to grade are sponsored by Student Government suppress your immune
the Infirmary such as staff courtesy Many students complainedabout them" Lane said, adding that factors SHOT also will hold free system.
phone services, confidentiality waiting room temperaturesand such as courteous reception. weight analysis, blood pressure / Stay as healthy as pos
and waiting for appointments. magazine selection, while ists can also make someone sick testing and eye screenings outside sible to keep your immune
Patients can grade the Infirmaryon other students lauded the feel better.In Turlington Hall today. system strong.
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page 1 tecture, said that her family rarelyate very obvious." "The most important thing for peo- society in general to recognizethat
together.The The psychological problems ple who know a bulimic to remem- controlling your eating and
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tween individuals, but there are bulimia can be colon damage,tearing aging. Many bulimics become so "People don't know how to deal lems," Resnick said.
some common characteristics," of the esophagus, chronic indigestion depressed that they attempt sui- with it," Jill said. "I used to be Jill and Ann are recovering
Resnick said. "People most suscep- ,irregular menstrual cycles cide, Resnick said."Sometimes scared that people would follow me through a counseling group led by
tible to developing bulimia are and dental problems,Resnick said. I felt so bad about to the bathroom after dinner." Resnick. "We talk about our daily
those with low self-esteem and per Kidney .damage, and other life- my binge that I'd stay at home and Bulimia warning signs include lives,"Jill said. "It helps us to deal
fectionist standards." threatening problems can result cry instead of going to class," Jill excessive concern about weight, with stress in positive ways."
A lack of family structure with "Bulimics usually look normal, said. strict dieting followed by binges, The Counseling Center at Little
regard to eating also can promote physically,"Resnick said. "This is "Bulimics are ashamed of what overeating and lack of communication Hall Room 311 provides services
bulimia. Ann, a recovering bulimic why bulimia is so dangerous they are doing and this is why they Resnick said. from 9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.


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When a white, threewheeledcraft he sleeps in Salvation Army shel- put an end to these children starv- FREE!
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REFERENDUMSfrom the ballot, students will decide then it is totally taken out of the MEETINGfrom The Senate also will hear a second
whether Campus Organized political spectrum,and that's what
page 3 page 3 reading on a bill which states
Against Rape should remain a stu they wanted,"Scales said. no new funding bills can be introduced
ally make this decision,and that is dent-run
organization funded by The Senate also will vote on new two weeks prior to elec
why he is putting it before the SG or if it should be funded by the But COAR President Wendy rules and procedures, written by tions. Tanenbaum and Tompkins
students to decide. Infirmary. COAR currently is Maynard has said that COAR does Grapski and Sen.Chris Tompkins. redefined the bill to ensure that
"Even if only 15 to 20 percent of funded by both. not want to be funded strictly by A two-thirds vote is required to political parties can't gain votes by
the students vote,that's more people SG and COAR have debatedover the Infirmary for fear that the In- pass the bill. If passed, modified granting funding requests.
deciding than me and (Student the funding for the few past firmary may have too much control rules will go into effect at the next
Body Treasurer) Scott Thomas," Senators also will secondreada
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Sports Florida Play-
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Paid For Central Heat/Air ph.:.371-3608 Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet 378-3988 800 NW 18 Ave., take 9 St. N from 16 Ave. roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Lakewoodapt. I
1238 S.W. 4th Ave. 2.145.1AFFORDABLE washer/dryer available in most units for 375-3881 Office: 411' NW 15 St. 3717777. 213522bdr Call 335.3780 avail. March 4. 2-19- 'I
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1 1B-2B, 1 ft 2 Bath 4-30-70-2 5-5

$250-$350, sec & Imr. 3726422. 4-30- house and 2bdr apt 3 blks from UF,
Large -bedroom 550 sq ft. bike or walk to 75-2 3 or 4BDR/2BA House By UF. 201 NW both completely remodeled, some util!
UF and shops. Air, Carpet, Walk-In Closets WINDMEADOWS APTS. 10th St. Wood floors Cent. Ht/Air, Car. paid. $350 and $260. Call David 373-
Pest Control, Private Walk Patio, No 1,2& 3 Bedroom port, Office; 411 1 NW 15th St 371-0769 8022. 2-26-102
Dogs. Pool, Tennis, Laundry
low $25/mo $ down
Village 34 323 SW 34th Str. as no
373-1378 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 $299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL SUBLEASE: FREE Catalogue over 50,000 j

2-19-5-1 Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Pool.Tennis, customers 1-800-825-7283
WILLIAMSBURQ APTS.: Sauna, Gym and more. 4 HOUSE/APT. 2-19-30-6
FOR RENT: 1, 2 TH & 3 Bdrmi. 3800 SW 34th St 375-1121 Very nice 2bd/2ba/ apt, Camelot unfurn. Alpine, Kenwood Sony and 30 more '
Pool, Laundry Offer valid to qualified application only $550/mo./ brands are all at our New Location! Car
Fireplace, barbeque, pool view.
4.30-62.2 373-4696 2-15-10-4 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372-
2000 SW 16th St. *** 375-1253 anytime. 2070' 4-30-75-6 ,

ALOHA GARDEN APTS Lovely 3 BR/2 Sublet 2bdr apt. until Apr. 90. $300/mo/ & I
ONE BEDROOM APT. MOUNT VERNON APTS. bath,all amenities, near Shands VA Shop- util. Now available Homestead Apt. SW CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS li the old-
1 & 2 Bedrooms ping. 3009 SW Archer Rd. 3770555. 2- est, bet) and lowest priced car stereo '
ONLY $260MO.LYONS 34th St. Call after 6pm. 335-5493 2-13-
Pool/Laundry/ 16-15-2 store In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St. i
APT Close to UF/Shande/ 5.4 4-30-75
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-67(7 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 ARE YOU HAVING I
4-30-71-2 Sublease Apt: bd/1 ba, new carpet, cen.
21315.2 RENTAL PROBLEMS? tral heat/air wash/dry hook-up. $235/mo Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, <
Call Our Leasing Office Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best :
first, no last & $100 sec. 395-0066 or
for Super Specials!!! 332-5459 2-16-7-4 Car Sterlo Installer In town. Car Ste-
2 BEDROOM BATH reo to Co. 3751834. 4-30-756

I DAILY 3 BEDROOM 13 BATH Wind Meadows-3bdr/3ba own I
ltrUZZLE WASHER/DRYER/ INCL. room/baor/ ( share) $175/mo. for summer RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem.

Edited by Trade OXFORD MANOR months, negotiable. Call Cassle 336- nants for your dorm or apartment. We deliver -
1133. 2-15-6-4 Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave I

ACROSS 2 Ratite bird 37 Hawaiian 54 "Uncle Vanya"role 377.2776 377-5265. 6 blocks E. of campus -

1 Atlas orSamson 3 Fog avian 2-16-12-2 Sublease 1 br/UNF Camelot #101 Close to 13-6 i
law sch/publixwalk/ ( 5mm) pets ok, call to
4 Actor Guinness 38 River of Hesse 55 Complain CAR ALARMS Installed remote control
6 Petty quarrel 5 Situated below 40 Simple 57 Sword Walk to UFII Studios $210 to $225 Avail park(335-6233)( Now. ). $350/mo (org.$379/mo) any car truck or van fully guaranteed wit}
10 "- the music" 6 Makes thread 42 Used a Singer handle 1829 NW 2 Ave. (by O'Dome) & 1222 NW 2-13-2-4 demo. Call336.11193atudent Iv. message
8 Av Now or Fall, Office: 411 NW 15 St.
14 M. Zola 7 Fine cotton 45 Craftsman 58 Fussy one 371-0769. 2-13-5-2 Oxford Manor,2bdr/2ba Save$, Call now 2-28-34
15 Marquette 8 Soviet inland 48 Ordinance 59 Cantrell or 336-1781 Lv. message. 2-23-10-4

16 On the crest sea 50 Part of Turner 2 WKS FREE Center Court Apts. 11 COMPUTERPackard

17 Adjust anew 9 Dogmas a shoe 60 Egyptian solar blocks N of UF.BD $290, 2BI $349. very Seriously CHEAP Rentllll Bell 286, 12mhz 40mb hard
18 Pakistan's 10 New Year's Eve 51 Virtuous Sublet 1 bd In 3bd/2ba apt $157 & 1/3/ 3.5"
deity nice. 1210' NW 11 Ave.! 371-7777. Mgt. drive, 5.25 1.2 floppy, 1.44 floppy
close UF SFCC. We smoke have
neighbor figure 52 Clio's sister 61 Yearnings 411 NW 15 St. 2-13-5-2' Call 377-2435.to 2-19-5-4 pets 1mb ram, vga hl-res color monitor, lyr
19 Test choice, 11 Courtyards warr., 4 mths on-site, $'849, call 335-

sometimes 12 Woo ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: "Check Amenities Our New Available Specials"All 2bd/1 ba until Aug 00 renewable $330/mo 1300. 2-20-14-6

20 Unsparing, 13 Weapon for HASH.DOPE-.GNAW ft utll Feb rent pd, now avail Oak Glade Home
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman.
reproving one Athos ETNA EV liT A R I Ilc Roommates Available Apts. close to UF. 372-6422 wk day 10. and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul, Sherwood

22 Charter 21 Be of (avail ROAN _I ANAL A G RA We're No 1REGENCY 5pm. 2-19-5-4 and more. We Beat All Prices!

23 She In Roma oneself) B I GDEALS.BATHER OAKS 373-3754. 4-30-69-6 I
24 Entertain 25 Gather 5 ROOMMATESShare
... SPY .. BERE .. 378-5766
26 Describing food 26 Religious 3230 SW Archer Road MICRO CENTERComputers 376-1146

for fast days ceremony EAPOE.APART.CAPDROME.VENTS.LE COUNTRY GARDENS huge 2bdr/2ba, close to UF, avail. Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate I
I able 335-6984. 2-13-10-5 H P. Price same or lower than mail
30 Intense beam 27 Askew 373-4500 immediately
32 "The SunRises" 28 Mallorca, DEKE.DINGO.HURTICEP'ACEOEBIT 2001 SW 16th Street order. Systems below include 1mb. 40mb
4-30-58-2 F Rmmt lor 4bdr/2ba/ furn condo By Oaks ((28ms), graphics monitor, ".
: for one Mall. Wash/dry & Security System MC 286/12/ $1195. Packard Bell $1295.'

Hemingway 29 Regular fellow EAR LATER RASES 1 1BDR apt; fans, cent. ht/alr; carpet; mini, $200/mo & split elect 3354298. 2-14-10- MC 386SX $1495. Northgate 386/20 .
33 Used a driver, 31 Enos' .. F.. L ARE .- PAR. .. vertical blinds; on bus near UF; $275, Including 5 $2399. PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery .
with "off" grandfather ELAINEPLAYTIMEf water. 373.0701. 2-18-7-2 $1999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb ft graphics

35 Make amends 34 Duck, In Berlin T C K. SC 00 P IDE S BRANDYWINE FURNISHED monitor $970. A 3 year warranties,
39 Wise biblical 36 Mediterraneanport Attractive large apt Pickwick Park 2 2bdr/1 ba, Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge Onsite wsrranties. Panasonic 1180 printer
king LEE TU I P LEA N bedrms 2 1/2 baths. Near UF, Shands pool 1/2/ ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room -$185.HP Laser Jet lip. $'040. 4' 10 SW
41 Aimed at ASS .. 0 NY. Y ALE Butler Plaza $495 377-5355 332-8001. 2. & 1/2 cable & utll. 372-2857, Dennis. 2- 34th St. 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30656

43 One of a suit 2/13/90/ / 16-7-2 28.20-5 2 Pinball machines at $150 each Call Jay. j

44 Docile *****Feb Is free ***1/2 block LAKEWOOD 2br/2 loft M/F fully furn at 372-2900M-F9-S. 2-18-10-6
46 Lion's pride 5 77r 1 from campus. 1 or 2 rmmts sublet thru Jul. (need upbeat going places person). For
47 Law's rent neg. leave mea 373-3688. 2.14-5-2 info call, avail today! Don't pass up. Rex Alpha Byte Computers 286, 1mb ram,
companion 1 1 1 3355787. 2-13-5-5 30mb hard floppy mono, dos warranty
$1270. similar 386SX $1425. xt $980 495-
49 Frank *'t-BLOCKTOUF*
51 Donnybrook 1 1 1 1t A quaint home w/flreplace/ ceiling fan, Oakbrook Walk need n/s m to share fully 3659. 2-19-100
ok. Earn $$ turn 2br/2ba/ condo w/ wash/dry micro
53 Adolescent. yard pets extra parking cars
t JVC pull-out stereo speaker, excellent
for UF football $385/mol 373-5018. pool. $200/mo/ to share rm ft utll. Call Sim
55 Unit of wood games 3723842. 21355ROCKWOOD condition $700 obo. Call 372-7194 Iv
2-16-5-2' message. I
56 Simple task 2-13-5-6

62 Native of Qatar VILLASmf
26 27 *1 Free Mo. at Spyglassl* n/s M rmmt-
Suzuki beach bike
63 Stevens of E3013I 4 bath. / n/s share luxurious 3br/3ba/ condo. moped $300. Peugeot
own wshrdrymicropoolallluxurles$223
$150. 10 speed women's bike $50. Row-
own rm/ba $245/mo + 1/3 util. 335-9124
Call Michelle
opera mo. a Mary
Windsurfer All
Ing machine $75. $100. in.
64 Emulate W. J. 336-4386. 2-16-5-2 or 336.0484. 2.14.5-5 '.
4 excellent shape. 392-5420 (day) 375-
Bryan ..'/m or couple for own furn bd/ba In big 7820 (night) Bill. 2-14-5-6'
65 Rocketry $ : $l; 4 bdr house fncd yd, Jacuzzi, w/d, all the I
acronym OFF-iiff.ij extrasl small pets ok. $22S-s, $325-c + Omega 500.1 meg clock 2 drives, color I

66 Gaiety 1/3 util. Rent/lease neg 338.0483. 2.14- monitor, midi interlace, LOTS of software
67 White sale [ : )i4." 5.5 $950 obo. 3751623. 2-14-5-6

Items 1 1so Daily Lunch Special ] 1
68 Stratagem Room ft Bath In 3bdr at Spyglass Apts. Classifieds. .
so 60 Ell''in Onty
1/3 util. Call 335-5235 time.
$230 plus! any
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70 Actor Richard 17S 442 1139 W: Univ. U sliM I
and family a

Happy Hour 4pm 10pm
$2.95 60oz pitchers
1990 Lot Angeles, Times Sywllaile 2/13/90/ / ........,Piano Mm 4 unm.Nt "
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Rockford Fosgate Punch 45 power amp UF LOCATION! 15 room house WANTED: Band to play at apt. complex Card guaranteed acceptance, no WRITE, WE TYPE
Business Legal Personal Reports
$150 Cerwin Vega 1 IS" woolen in box, CH/AC./ Good condition! Rented. In- pool party Apr. 7 Contact 3737579. 2- security deposit, write S. Marion 1100
Term Resume Etc.
MTX 10' woofers' $100 336.3955 2-15- Papers Typeset
vestment/traternlty/other/ $130,000 16 5-10 Tudor Dr. Dept. A-1 G'ville 32607. 3.8. G'ville
Handicapped Typing
376-6652 owner. 3742.7 20-11
Disabled person would like to rent/lease,
DOBERMANPUPS TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA, eat in possibly buy, a used Macintosh Computer MAIL IN RESUMES: 43075.12
Purebred warlock dogs wblue genes, 3m kitchen, pool, tennis, washer dryer, Forest Please call Don 372-9838 Leave send data address phone and cheek
4f, $100 ea. Call 3738526 of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing message. for $22.50 to J.Crabtree: 701 SW 62id Typing reports legal
resumes cassettes transcribed applications
374.5401. Blvd m91 G'ville 32607. Service w/I, 7
3 piece sectional couch, light green, in days Additional linen copies $5 per 25. ,letters notary *.tc. Available
good condition & 2 tables. $140 neg. OWNER-luxunous 3br/3ba in ROCK- 11 SERVICESNW 24 hours/7 days3722777. 4-30-75-12

Please call Tracy at 332-4567 2-15-5 WOOD VILLAS. End unit fully furnished
A upgraded Interior. t Assumable mort Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave TYPING
Bikes & More, Inc. Large selection of gage. For Info, call 3359124. 2145.7 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from 0-edit/prool/spell all work guaranteed-
used bikes $55 & up w/wsrnnty/ $20 10% disc to students. 3328917. 4- 12 SERVICESTyping English B.A. Rlpp 3763649.
Kryptolok $11.99-2133 NW 6th St. 373- REAL ESTATE LICENSE 3075.11 RESUME.
6574. 2-22-10-6 Sat classes start 2-24 S1 75.
$1.00 pg. min $5.00. Reports, Same day, Next day.

Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and 4-12 The Appraiser-state Florida Center certified 3712787.27-90 2-22-10-7 BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. Many Styles & Fonts Editing.PC .
cabinet channel switching, effects loop WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4-30-75- Lab, 17 St & Univ. 372-6500. 2-16-5-

and footpedal both for $900 obo 377- 1988 Honda Elite SO or sale Great for 12
5795. 1233 NW 10th Ave. Great Typing! English maj/ret. court rptr
around on condition
getting campus great
372-1664 MICRO CENTERTyping 336-4036 Full 19 yrs exper. legal/medical a Excel.
helmet and scooter $650 Call 336-
65XE disk drive, modem printer, 9422. 2-13-3-8 MC/VISA/lnsurance & self service computing. Typing starts @ spellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill 0
joysticks, all cartridges & software. $300. Free Pregnancy Test 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service 3779908. 2-28-24-12 I
Member resumes $2.50/hr 1S/page. Lasertyp..t
Call Dan 372.0757 leave message 2-
13-2-6 8 MOTORCYCLES National Abortion Federation graphics spell check theses SCRIBE SERVICES Computer/Laser I
4307511SEXUALLY I papers special characters employment Typing, Graphics Editing & Publication

TV: Color, Sharp 19' w/r.mote. Exc con 1988 Honda Elite 50 for salew Great for databases mailmerge training Design 818 W. Univ Ave. 377-6170. 2-
dition Must Sell $165 OBO. Call 336. getting around on campus, great condition TRANSMITTED DISEASE? WordPerfect specialist Viss/MC. 4-30- 22-20-12 !
0300 after 6pm 2-16-5-6 helmet and scooter $650 Call 336- Get confidential testing and treatment at 65-12
9422. 2-13-3-8 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. 4-

For Sale Sleeper-sola, Queen size, Good 30-75-11
Condition $75, 335-0371 Leave message 9 AUTOSAUTO @lCRQN ] ELTA KAPPA
2.14.3-6 AAA STORAGE
Close to UF, Convenient

20hp Mercury, Loran, Depthfinder, & Blue Insurance. Drive thru In Butler 4x8x8 $25/mo ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP
dual axle trailer 1-493. Plaza We care. Call us 1st. 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771
377CARS. 2-23-10-9

85 T-Bird White, New Tires, Automatic, IN AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:
Excellent Condition $3,995. Call 1-496-
**TWIN BED $100

**TWIN BED $100 2446. 2-16-10-0 item/Hse Full/Serv Full.Mov/Storage/Packing/Days/Eves/ Long dis 1- +( ) 'STUDENT GOVERNMENT. RELIGIOUS AND SOCIAL AFFILIATIONS+/
Please call 377-7021 2-13-2-6 .
Big Red '77 Cutlass Station Wagon, very Lie/Ins. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11 I
Yamaha Rive, Scooter low miles excell good shape, great for Irat or people w/
cond helmet incl $350 obo, call 376- many friends. $775. Call Paul 3713684. SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons APPLICATIONS/ ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DDK OFICE DEADLINE 4:00 P.U.
4587 2.15.3 2-14-6-9 boarding woodser facilities ON THE THIRD FLOOR Of THE REITZ UNION(310B FRIDAY FEB. 16
hay rides parties sales working

Computer. Perfect for Student IBM corn- Honda Civic 83 reliable, maintained. One students accepted. 466-3224, 375-8080.
pat 30MB hard drive two floppy drives owner 61K miles. 40mpg Sspeed 4-30-75-11 I -I' KIM N

((1 .44 & 360)), mouse modem software, am/fm/cass 4 speakers and morel $3500
complete systems' $900 Must seal Call obo 332-3556 msg. 2-14-5-9 *SUNBELT MOVING*

Kevin. 336.8159. 2.19.5-6 87 CRX, 32k miles, excellent condition, Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. XQ

extended warranty, auto, A/C/ AM- 1-Item-House full. Local/Lng/ Lie/Ins.
Microsoft BUS mouse new Paintbrush
Priced for Students I 375MOVE.
FM/CasS./ $7600 OBO, 377-1301. 2-13-4- Marty 4-
$79; IBM PS/2 mouse $30, MeanstreetsAdv 30-75-11
game best EGA/VGA graphics and 9
sound $30 *Joe 373-4782 eve ** 2- 1990Fraternal
19.58PeugeotU 1983 Mercury Zephyr. Low ml 4 door automatic *FREE*
ac, ps pb rear "wheel" drive, 8

speed good condition $165. cylinder economy 335-5296. Ive msg 2- Gainesville Pregnancy Women's Test Excellence

RCA 19' color tv also in fine shape $50. 14-5-9 HEALTH CENTER

Call 3351803. 2-14-2-6 Sporty red 84 Renault In good looking and 720 NW 23rd Avenue '/
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377.5055ABORTION 70* calf/ t/ MA ti.tirJ/H
GIBSON SG Great Condo $275 w/case running condition; has radio, more.
AMP.Peavy Classic Tube VT series Am. $1700 takes It. Nicole 395-9810. 2-15-5- (To 24 Wks)

Metal dist $130 371-4750 Marc 2-15- 9 BIRTH CONTROL
3-6 Gynecology Services
83 Chevy Cavalier-Good condition $1700 4-30-71-11

WATERBED single with heater and OBO. Call 336-0300. After 6pm. Must
headboard. Only $100. Call 3789218. Sell. 2-16-5-9 MOVING Come out and get hitched at ...

Please leave message 2-19-56 Re.ourcefuillud.nt w/ full size truck will
86 Chrysler Laser XT Turbo. T-Top, many beat any price in town. 336-9461 3-8-30- '.;The.

1989 Honda Spree scooter Lt blue, low options Must Sell $4500. Firm 373-2073. '< ': : .
miles looks & runs great! $350 obo, call 2-16-5-9 ONE STOP DENTISTRY 1. < Marriage ceremonies will be held
336.0252. 2.15.3-6 Accepting new pts, emerg. : < :
Is It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 Adult cleaning $30, child $20 Vnr @ :. Feb. 14,10am2pmRaft

Printer Panasonic KXP-1180 I through the U.S. Government? Get the ((4)wlsd) tee $325, ((3)wisd) tee $250 ',.::: .. '. Union South Terrace
Brand new in sealed box facts todayl! Call 1.708.742.1142 Ext. ((2)wlsd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide "
$150 firm. Unbeatable'' 688. 2-13-1-0 Accept MCVAE. 2-28-19-11 h'ps': : ;:: ?
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371.3695Ieav. message For $1 you wit receive:
Colt '85Sspd, 4 door, lie dependable, .
HORSE BOARD (equestrian center) ; :
good condition 86K miles, MUST SELL. Grand Openingl I Full service show barn ;< : .. a marriage certificate

Nice clean modern furniture, .1I.t reason- Call 3760512. 2-21-7-0 everything you want for training and horse :\'W} photos of you and your spouse

,.able The I Plunder prices.; House care mash)(stall$200/mo., turn-out Jan ,3767762.grain, hay 2-13-5-, bran ': rings, candy and a chance

511 SW 4th Avenue 10 WANTEDLocal : % to win honeymoon prizes

M/C, Amex, Visa. 2-14-106 PRO DJ SERVICEIIILots :; <: 'i..r! > which includes dinner for two at the

Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class of exp., pro equip, plenty o' tunes. .' Arredondo room- $32 value-
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's FineJew.11' For the fun call CJ 3758483. hack
most at
Apple He computer, Epson Printer $395, 373-9243. 4-30-75-10 tk . ., <. and free move\ & bowling passes
6cu.ft. refrig.like new $85, weight set & ) ;: ';. .'....:;:,", .,'i..i.' .':'" ..,:

bench $45, papuan chair $20. 373-1169 COMIC BOOKS WANTED 1960-Present. Guitar & Bass Lessons tailored for your ; < It-UP .. -.
after 6pm. 2.14-5.6 nobody pays more for High Grade Silver needs Top professional w// 25 yrs. exp. Special 1 Thanks to A Florist in the Oaks Mall ...
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Rallegh 12-spd. Fuji del Rey 12-spd. 1310.10
available. 336-5624. 2-14-
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2133 NW 6th St. 3736574. Gator Cycle

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Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The COUNSELOR NEEDED FOR COED Assoc for ladies clothing store GET CASH
service. Reasonable rates. Laser Independent Florida Alligator. Must own CAMP Located In northeastern Pa. Perm ft. day hrs exp pref Apply M.W.F For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy's
printer. 377.8175 til 9:00p: m. 3-16-35-12 reliable van or pick-up truck and be avail. near New York City. We have openings '10-1 at Oaks Mall Plaza. Lakes Uniforms 372-1226. W. Univ. Ave.-next to Cerv

able from Sam until Sam Monday through for general counselors as specialists in tralClty. 4-30-75-15
Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near both land and water sports. Specialtyareas
campus. Dependable, quality service. Friday.and Must valid have Florida excellent driver license.driving record Include baseball tennis basketball Hunter/ESE, with 24 yr history specializing SAVE ON RAYBANS

Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol Pay soccer, lacrosse, hockey, waterskl- In environmental consulting has following University Opticians
the Alligator
per route plus mileage. Apply at
3734464. 2-18-11-12 Ing scuba, WSI full-time positions avail in G'ville
offices, 1105 West University Ave sailing canoeing 300 SW 4th Ave. 378-4480
office: Chemistry Techs individuals
windsurfing gymnastics, archery fencing
GATOR TYPING Fast. Accurate, Low nue. Ask for the route driver application.No arts & crafts, piano accompanist, needed immed to assist scientists inchemistry
laser Discounts calls, please Affirmative Action/Equal lab. Positions HF/AF in
Rates. Quality printing. drama radio and rocketry. Pioneering require
avail. Days, eves, wknds. 373-4564. 2. Opportunity Employer. staff needed for both land and canoe trips chemistry or related area & 1-3 yrs lab SPRING BREAKBahamas

AVON 375-8987 and for ropes challenge course. Other exp. Word Processing Specialists exp individual 3nt $189 Jamaica 3nt $289 Ski
Typlng/Wordprocessing, WordPerfect opening may be available. We will be conducting needed to assist in technical report
Sell Avon Full Part-time. We Train. Snowshoe WV 3nt $169. Key West 3nt
S.1, quality work, last results, low rates, or and
on-campus Interviews on March proposal preparation. Must be
Extra avail. holds !
$139. $39
B.n.lltlln.urance. nts your spot
dependable, personal service. Tara 332- 8th. For Information call or Write: QLustlg able to formate, keyboard, proof text on Breakaway Tours 377-6369 2-19-19-15
1469. 43054.12 EARN $35 60 W. 66th 15E New York NY IBM.PC utilizing word perfect 5.0 software

Typing and Wordprocessmg, Legal theses This week for new donors for 2 plasma 10023; Tel 2127240113. 2-16-10-13 Position requires H5 and 1-3 yrs IFC I
dissertations, etc. Professional quality donations on our new automated ma word processing exp and 55 cwpm. Interested TRAVEL GROUP
& reliable service Call Nancy chines. Special bonus programs each Help Wanted dependable delivery drivers applicants should apply to:
3722750. 2-23-13-12 month. Free refreshments, free parking. contact Ed at Joe's Deli at 34 St. Hunter/ESE 14220 West Newberry Rd. Cancun $299 .... Jamaica $299
Experienced staff serving you since 1969 378-2028. 2-19-9-13 Gainesville FL 32602. EOE M/F 2-10-5- ***MARDI GRAS $189 ***

TLC for your papers, projects, theses, Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238 13 Climb Aboard The Party of your Life.
etc. Pro wp Mac 2, laser! Graphics, sp SW 4th Ave. 378-9431 Mon-Frl 8-7 Sat. Rocky Rococo Pizza now hiring coun- Limited Space
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few thingsto I Gators lose chance, game 7874By I


Alligator Staff Writer

For the last three weeks, UF interim

these daysToday's basketball coach Don DeVoe said the Ga-

tors must give themselves a chance to win

in the last five minutes of the game. VIV Ar
column: Pulling a page out of
The Gators did just that, taking a 70-64
the writer's handbook.
sports lead with 4:40: to play Monday night
Somebody isn't being honest. And it's against the Kentucky Wildcats in front of

over such a simple thing, too. 6,151 in the O'Connell Center.

Several names keep recurring as poten- But then Kentucky went on a 12-4 run
tial candidates for the of UF bas-
position as Sean Woods sealed the game with a

ketball coach, which is currently held by steal and a pair of free throws in the final

interim coach Don DeVoe. 10 seconds to hand the Gators their ninth

consecutive loss, 78-74.

-G Jason Davis "Kentucky was beat," said freshman

LEFT Stacey Poole after scoring a game-high 24

FIELDThe points and pulling down nine rebounds. "I

know that. You know that. We just let it

top name mentioned in basketball slip away."
circles Kansas The loss drops the Gators to 6-14 over
is coach Roy Williams, who
all 2-10 in the
Southeastern Conference.
was an assistant coach with the Jayhawksin
Kentucky improves to 12-10,8-5, marking .
1988 when they won the NCAA champi-
onship. their first road victory this season.

Athletic Director Arnsparger says Trailing 70-64, Kentucky scored five un- i

he will not contact current college coaches answered points. Poole then hit a free
throw to give the Gators their last lead of
about the
opening until after the season.

Hmmm ... let's see ... basketball analyst the game at 71-69.
Dick Vitale says that might not be the case. But Kentucky wenton a seven-point run,

"I 1 don't care what they (UF officials) are scoring all its points on layups to build a
76-71 lead with 1:07 left.
saying, they're making calls," Vitale toldJacksonville's :
After a three-point play by Renaldo Garcia -
Florida Times-Union. "I know
the Gators recovered for final
Jpr a fact they've called Kansas about Roy
drive chance to tie win the
a or game.
Williams. Hmmm, indeed.Somebody's .
But Woods stripped Garcia as he tried to
fibbing. They're not lying,
drive the lane with seven seconds,
i hey're fibbing. You can't take them seri-
pressing UF for good.
ously enough to call them liars.
Both teams swapped leads throughoutthe
Other names being heard around these
Paul second half, setting the stage for the
dramatic last minute.
Westhead, former Dallas Mavericks coach
Kentucky's press caused 19 UF turn KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
John Wenzel.At MacLeod. and Rutgers coach Bobby overs but was ineffective until the final Stacey Poole jams home two of his 24 points Monday night.

minutes of the The Gators held the
any rate, the quicker a permanent three-point-shot-loving game. Wildcats to 13 scored 16 points each. Dwayne Davis Travis Schintzius, who has complained ofa

coach is found, the better. Just as long as but made added 16 points for the Gators. lack of playing time, returned to the
three-point Kentucky
the UF administrators keep looking to hire squad Monday night after t taking Sundayoff
for that the ball inside.
up by pushing .
from the outside. to contemplate his future with the Ga
Deron Feldhaus scored 17 points for the
tors. He did not play.Determination.
Wildcats,while Hanson and Derrick Miller Travis Schintzius returns. Forward

Speaking of basketball, a sports writer

who covers the Florida State beat com-

plained recently about having to report on Kansas vaults to top the

the recent trouble encountered by Semi-

noles player Tharon Mayes.It .

seems Mayes was charged for punch- key for DiMarcoBy

ing an FSU traffic cop who was ticketinghis of national rankingsUnited

car. Mayes was suspended from the

team for the month of February."I've .
Alligator Writer
never had to write anything so Press International

hard," he said, evoking images of former NEW YORK-Kansas jumped into UPI Top 20 Chris DiMarco found out on the 16th hole of the final
round what he had do become the first UF
to to
"Saturday Night Live" character Whi-
the No. 1 spot Monday,bumping Mis- The United "Press tnlniuloid Bond of CMOTIM Top
ner. That's nothing. The problems here are souri out of first place in United Press JO roflm basketball: tangt, with lift,:plact vow and 11 years to win the Gator Invitational on Sunday.
needs Fab. old based
biblical in proportion to that. At least he International's Board of Coaches Poll. en 15 poHttt through for kit.11npvint pi.... 14 Its second, .pants lc.) end( last He had to birdie either the 17th or 18th hole at
M*''I wilting University Golf Course to tie
knows what FSU's star player did and did Missouri had held the top positionfor
not do. 1 1.Kansas ((38)(241)812) ( ) 2 himself with Miami's Scott ,
three weeks but fell into
fourth .
2. Georgetown ((2)) ((19 2)) 515 5 Medlin and force sudden-
We can't say the same for the Gators. place courtesy of a 65-58 home lossto 3. Syracuse ((183)460' ) 8 a
4. Missouri ((222)441) 1 death playoff. Medlin was al-
unranked Kansas State. That was
MEN 5. Duke ((194)393) 4 ready in the clubhouse witha
- the biggest drop of the week. 8 Michigan (184)358) 8
Here's a study of contrasts. Friday night The Jayhawks ((24-1)) received 38 7. UNLV (119.4) '( )345 7 3-under-par 207.DiMarco's ,
8. Arkansas ((203)325) 3 father Rich .
was Slugfest. Saturday night was the Mike votes for first place. Missouri, 22-2 8. LSU ((194)231 I ) 12
talked to him at the 17th tee.
Tyson-James "Buster" Douglas battle. overall, received no votes for the top Oklahoma ((11.3))213 10
11'. Georgia Tech ((184)207) 15 "You know what you have to G
When boil it right down Slugfest
you position.
Purdue 8 "
12. ((174)183) do. And he did."Somebody .
should have been brutally amateurish,with Georgetown, which handily de- 13 Connecticut: ((20.4)131) 11
the Tyson-Douglas fight being a lesson in feated UF 56-40 Saturday at the Cap- 14 La Sail ((19.! 101 18 said to him,
15. Minnesota ((185 59 18 'Chris, you need a birdie to
professionalism.Yes ital Centre in Landover, Md., moved 16 Oregon Si ((18.3)) 55 17 "
Slugfest was brutally amateurish.Not from fifth place into second in the 17. Illinois ((17.5)) 54 13 get in the playoff, Di Marco
18. New Mexico SI ((20.2)) 30 19 DiMarco's mother, Norma,
nearly as much as Tyson-Douglas,however ratings. Georgetown, 19-2 overall, 19 Xavier(Ohio) ((192)) 21 I said "and it like the adrenalin flowed."
The internal bickering in the WBA picked up two votes for first place. 20 Loyola Marymount ((19.4)) 20 I was just

and WBC rages on in the "late-count con- The slumping Gators received no -others MoMM vote-Altbuiw An....., Bnghim The 17th is one of the easiest holes on the course

troversy." votes. Kentucky, which faced UF VOIIIt Ctawon, Enl. TtnnMMt SUM Indum (lour and is also the shortest par 4 the most likely of the

But through the missed punches and the Monday night,is ineligible for the poll)) mat,,UCIneligible*'*%n.. SUM North. Carolina Soutwn, Scutum> two holes to make a birdie. Using an iron off the tee,

'comical: footwork of Slugfest, we know who because of NCAA probation.see Nr pass-QewInI StIli.Kentucky trial DiMarco put himself in perfect position about 70 yards
collected those kudos. Charity won and "Norilk' card" : .
that's good. Top 20, page 19 see DiMarco, page 19