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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 104
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1990
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I Browne's Vision of SG dominates-HJ electionBy j




M.D. CUMELLAand dents voted. The Today party about 3 a.m. Thursday, after elections officials to come out of the Reitz Union with j
won four senate seats. commissioners spent almost the results.
JUDY A. PLUNKETT
Alligator Staff Writers Three independent candidates SG five hours carefully counting ballots Browne said he couldn't wait to get
won senate seats and a from the 12 polling spots started working on his platform."I'm j
By almost a three-to-one margin, Vision's write-in won the Health and spring elections throughout campus. nervous, but I feel a lot better thanI
Michael Browne became UFs newest student Human Performance senate At the thought I'd feel at
body president early Thursday morn seat. 1990 Orange & this time," Browne
"The I such
ing. "The reason I was such a good Brew reason was a said.He

Vision party also swept almost all the candidate is because Juan Vitali where good candidate is because said his party
positions, including the top three spots and pushed me to the limits," Browne said after candidates were campaigned furiously
32 senate seats, in Wednesday's Student hearing he had won. waiting for results, Juan Vitali pushed me to Wednesday,

Government election in which 5,408 stu- Election results weren't announced until the mood was indic- the limits. talking about SG to
ative of what was to as many students as

come. Most of the -Michael Browne possible."We .
supporters in the 0 worked our
ELECTI N 'RESULTS }t.: & B were there to student body presidentelectmany asses off,"he said. "I

back Vision, while didn't rely on Greek
of Today's candidates stayed in a support."

CE PRE5'9 yokes corner of the tavern quietly talking."At Browne was up before 6 a.m. Wednesday,
r4% kA this point, you just don't care," said getting ready for his final effort to get as
es 0o
paEg1Dlo a 1e0 9.4o Sr0 9Iq T Today party presidential candidate Juan many students to the polls as possible.
,
kT) 1 / Vitali while waiting for results. "You just
tgcc J kso Sa F "Everywhere you looked today, you sawa
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ac N atnEa J want to hear the results. said his
va e/H sea of blue, Browne referring to

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Jill K.Price(Vision) 3,183 votes Larry Medvlnsky(Vision)3,183


/ REFERENDUMS AND AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION
1.Should Campus Organized Against Rape(COAR)be funded by :
Student Government? 3,867 the Infirmary?1.138
2. Is the intent of Dead Week being followed through? .
No 4,049 Yes 1,020
i Do students approve ol Dead Week's design? r
Yes 3,644 No 1,255 kx
3. Do students approve of the current use ol the interest on Activity and Service
Fees?
I Yes 2,568 No 2,143
i 4. Do students agree with the"Student Bill of Rights?"
I j Yes 3,602 No 650 REGGIE GRANT ALLIGATOR
I F Michael Browne/eft, and Juan Vitali await election results at the Orange & Brew

I early Thursday morning.
i


Grand jury indicts Albritton.By ., Jones in Willis murderDarnell I


said Willis motioned for help from said.
"This was a very short deliberation, ,police
DUANE MARSTELLER Grabel said. "No, it doesn't surprise me, one of his friends. Jones then punched Stevie Lamar Cook, 20, who was drivingthe
Alligator Writer because I think the evidence was very Willis'friend and Albritton shot Willis in the 1981 Buick Skylark that pulled up be-

The two Gainesville teens arrested in strong strong enough to try them as face with a small-caliber handgun, police hind Willis Jan. 17, and Anthony Strappy,
19, were charged with accessory after the
connection with the Jan. 17 shooting deathof adults. said.Willis
a UF graduate were indicted by a grand Albritton and Jones could face the death ,21,a Pi Kappa Alpha member,died fact to murder, Chief Assistant State Attorney \
jury Wednesday for first-degree murder. penalty if found guilty, but Grabel said the several hours later at Alachua General Hos- John Carlin said. He said their cooper-
decision whether to seek the death penalty pital. Police arrested Albritton Jan. 25 at a ation with the investigation was why they
After deliberating less than 15 minutes, hadn't been arrested until now.
member's house in connection with
family
indicted Alexander is up to State Attorney Len Register.
the 17-member grand jury Police Albritton and Jones drove be- the murder, as well as Jones, who was in the "Based on the stories they told us initially,
and Paul Lenard say
16 Jones,
,
M.Albritton,
house Alachua County jail on an unrelated charge. we had to verify what they were telling us
count each of first-degree murder hind the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity on
19
,on one verified
count each of attempted robbery the 1900 block of Northwest First Avenue Two other men who police say were with was true, Carlin said. "Once we
and
with one a firearm. Assistant State Attorney Jan. 17 with the intent to rob UF graduate Albritton and Jones the night of the murder their story, we had to decide what chargesto

Ralph Grabel, who presented evidence for Ronald Worth Willis and some friends he were arrested shortly before noon Wednes- bring against them"Alligator
the state, said both teens will be tried as had just dropped off from his car. day at the Alachua County courthouse, writer Mike Bruscell contributedto l.
When Albritton and Jones confronted Wil- Gainesville police spokeswoman Lt Sadie this report.alii "1 1the


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FBI and a bill now before Congress Orange & Brew. Call 373-SURF. Turlingtion Hall Room 2301. Call Univ. 372-6500 an"w Nob M. 3764400FIM I
17 & ;
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tonight at 7:30: in Bailey Courtroom, Scholarships: Applications for David Padgett, 377-8875.
Bruton Geer Hall, Holland Law Center graduate scholarships are availablein Going for a ride: The UF

Tigert Hall Room 129 until March Equestrian Club meets tonight at The Board of College Councils
Engineers' Fair: The 45th Annual 1. Call Jen Disimmone, 395-9718, or 6:30: in McCarty Hall Room 1108.
engineers' Fair begins Feb. 19 at 8 Assistant Dean Mary Lynn Williamson Call Raven, 33 -8151.
a.m. at the Connell Center. Call 392-1261. Against bigotry: The Coalition announces
392-0994. Humanity habitat: The University Against Bigotry meets today at 5 in
Imports: The Center for Latin Habitat for Humanity meets the Orange & Brew. Call Guy La-
American Studies presents two tonight at 7 in the Reitz Union. Room Mothe, 376-5456.
Brazilian documentaries, "Two number posted in elevator. Call 395- Fine arts: The Fine Arts College The 1990 MAJORS EXPOSITIONto
Weeks in a Slum and "Strike 7621. Council meets today at 5:45: on the

Memorial in Volta Redonda," todayat Broadcast: AERho, the National Orange & Brew terrace. Call 376- be held in Spring of 1990
5:15: In Turlington Hall Room Broadcasting Club, meets tonight at 9364.
2353. Call 3920375. 6:30: in Weimer Hall Room 1094. Call Appraising: Harry Broom speaks
of academic will students
This showcase disciplines provide with the
For folks: The Hillel B'nai B'rith Nicholle, 335-5917. about current events in real estate opportunity to meet with faculty and students of all university department
Foundation sponsors Israeli Folk From the Islands: The Filipino appraising tonight at 7 in MatherlyHall to gain a better understanding of potential majors.
Dancing tonight at 8:30: at 16 NW Student Association meets tonight Room 107. Call Chris Kenney,
18th St. Call 3722900. 6 in Reitz Union Room 337. Call Rod- 376-7854. Applications for Assistant Directorships and Staff

Council: The Journalism and nie 3777396. Pre-legal: The Pre.LegalHonorary positions can be obtained in Room 310B of the J.W
Communications College Council Project 99: A question and Society meets tonight at Reitz Union.
meets today at 5:10: in Weimer Hall answer session,"Everything You Always 7:30: in Reitz Union Room 349. Call
Room 1070. Call Myra at 395-9215. Wanted To Know About The Eric Enrique, 375-4119. Contact Dan Brown at 378-3986 for details


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Writer Alex Haleyto




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URSULA M.FLECHA

love shackBy Alligator Writer

As a part of the Black History Month celebration, Roots
author Alex Haley will speak tonight at 8 in the O'Connell
USE FISHER Center. Co-sponsored by Accent and the Black Student
Alligator Writer a Union, the speech is free and opento
e the public.
Refrains of the bridal march
Haley, winner of the Pulitzer a
played over and over at the Reitz Prize and the National Book Award,
Union Program Council's Love began writing stories while in the
Shack Wednesday, where about 70
military. Most of his stories were
couples got "hitched." rejected, but the occasional accep-
UF secretary Paulette Rich and tance of a few inspired him to con
Physical Plant worker Arago Welch tinue writing. After 20 years in the
exchanged vows at the end of a rt Coast Guard, Haley retired in 1959
bicycle aisle on the Union's North
and ventured on a career as a free
Terrace. Neither was sure what their lance magazine writer.
true loves would say. Haley spent most of his time writ-
"I want to be sure my fiancee sees ing about celebrity personalities, Haley
the picture," Welch said. SUZETTE COOK -ALLIGATOR but gained public recognition with his first book, The Auto
Welch plans to marry another UF students Debbie Jones and Nigel Henry take advantage of the $1 biography of Malcolm X. The book became one of the most
woman later this year, and Rich has Love Shack marriages performed by "injustice of the peace" George popular in America during the 1950s.
been married about 20 years. But for Sedano and sponsored by the Reitz Union Program Council.sat .
Rather than focusing on other famous individuals, Haley
the most part, the Love Shack attracted on benches and threw bird seed next year to marry more couples. turned inward in search of subjects for his writing. He began
real couples to theValentine's while other couples were "union deep research into his maternal roots and traced his family
Day celebration."It ized" by an "injustice of the peace." Marketing senior Cindy Kramer history back 200 years and six generations. He went as far
and junior Chris Gibbs planned their
was the best it could have back his fourth great-grandfather, Kunta Kinte
For $1, couples received candy, as a youth
Shack wedding one day in advance."I .
been, said Rich DeLucia, Special photographs and marriage certificates from Gumbia, West Africa, who was kidnapped and broughtto
Events Committee chairman. Organizers that were valid only within four America as a slave.
placed couples on a waitinglist feet of the Shack. was a little nervous,"Gibbs said
and held ceremonies until 3 p.m., after Wednesday's ceremony."Afterall This research resulted in a book and a 12-hour miniseries
one hour later than planned. DeLucia said the Shack, which it's the most serious decision entitled Roots about the enslavement and struggles of Kunta
Prospective brides and grooms earned $71, would probably return you'll have to make." Kinte and his descendants. The series aired in 1977 to an
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notorious drug cartel turned over to authorities three led by fugitive drug czar Pablo Escabar and respon- ACUVUE'The
labs capable of producing 20 tons of cocaine a month, sible for supplying 80 percent of the cocaine consumedin //K
in a new move to bring the government to the negotiating the United States, estimated the value of the labs
table, police said Wednesday. at $20 million. They were said to contain stateoftheart first w
Meanwhile, an American from Indiana kidnappedby equipment for manufacturing cocaine. '
leftist guerrillas remained in captivity Wednesday. The move was clearly designed to persuade the Cl 11.1 IF
A second American kidnapped was said to have been government to halt its anti-cartel campaign and disposablecontact
released but police could not confirm the reports.In negotiate a peace pact with drug traffickers. The
Washington,White House press secretary Marlin communique reiterated the offer to end the campaignof
Fitzwater said, 'The president shares the concern of violence in exchange for amnesty. lens!
all Americans about the kidnappings of these U.S. The cartels, badly weakened by the government's
citizens. The United States will cooperate with the six-month anti-drug offensive, have made several ACUVUE is the first contact lens you never have to clean.
government of Colombia in any way deemed ap- peace-pitches in the last two months. Last week the
propriate to help resolve this situation. The United drug lords handed over a stolen helicopter to At., :1iy' fc QIIII C ".J1\,1rl":1\:
States government cannot allow threats of terrorismto authorities, and several weeks ago they turned in a
influence its policies or its activities." ton of dynamite as a good will gesture.
Police confirmed Wednesday four bombings, in- President Virgilio Barco's government, however, Exam $70 Contacts $23/six-lens pack
cluding two that caused considerable damage to Mor- has so far refused to talk with the drug lords, who
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any of the explosions. campaign of terrorism that included assassinations,
Drug traffickers, reportedly working for the Medellin bombings and kidnappings.The Call 371-0994 for appointmentBrad
cartel, told police and journalists where they could rebels, responsible for a series of oil pipeline
find the country's three largest cocaine processinglabs bombings in northeast Colombian and recent attackson Bangstad O.D. 1119 W. Univ. Ave
police in Bogota said Wednesday. small towns and police and army posts, also ab-
About 25 journalists accompanied police as they ducted businessman James Arthur Donelly Monday
seized the labs late Tuesday night in the thick jungle night outside Medellin, police said, but radio reports VISTAKON, INC.,a $w&mwt.j[ &mcti company.
around Urara, a banana-growing region in Antioquiastate said the guerrillas released him Tuesday afternoon.
about 300 miles northwest of Bogota. Police could not immediately confirm the accounts of
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. School district accused of discriminationWEST I ARTISTS NEEDED

PALM BEACH, Fla. (UPI) A federal negotiated a three-year plan to integrate the schoolsby
education report condemned the Palm Beach County relying largely on voluntary measures and the --
school district, saying it had segregated its public development of affordable housing.The .
schools and shown a steady pattern of discrimination report said the district's plan was acceptable, opportunity to sell
against black students since 1973. but federal officials will continue to monitor its
The report said the system's predominantly black progress. with no entrance fee
schools offered fewer courses and extracurricular Superintendent Tom Mills said the report containedno
activities than predominantly white counterparts.It surprises, and he did not dispute its findings."I .
also accused the school board of increasing think the board was responding to requests from Prizes! Judges!
segregation by allowing student transfers, overlook- parents to allow the children to attend neighborhood I
ing inferior buildings and implementing a discriminatory schools," Mills said.
system of assigning students to schools. He said officials overlooked the role private schools Photography Contest:
The Office for Civil Rights at the U.S. Departmentof play in the integration plan. More students attend "A day in the life at UF"
Education issued the 16-page report Tuesday aftera private schools in Palm Beach County than anywhereelse
2 1/2-year investigation.The in Florida except for Dade County, he said. Deadline Feb. 27thC09t
report confirmed most of the complaints "They kind of blamed it all on the board,"Mills said.
pressed by a group of parents with children attendingthe Some of the parents who initiated the probe said 90
predominantly black Suncoast High School and the report comes too late to help their children. But
John F. Kennedy Middle School in Riveria Beach and they said they felt vindicated and hoped the report i
S.D. Spady Elementary in Delray Beach. would make a difference for others.
The probe was expanded last year to include a "I'm happy that they finally issued the findings and
review of the entire school district. Federal officials pleased that they verified the complaints of parents," e./I/
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studied school board decisions and administrators'practices said parent Cathy Harvey.But .
dating back to 1973. she was skeptical the findings would translate .. ,. .. .. .. ..
Some of the parents who initiated the investigation into long-term changes. The district's plan to
received copies of the report Tuesday. School officials desegregate schools relied too heavily on expected
were informed of the findings in December and housing changes, she said.

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ELECTIONfrom

Court Associate Justices and SenatorsJUSTICES page 1 Expose to playat

(non-partisan) Health and Human Performance party's blue T-shirts.
Agriculture Larry Shane(write-in)
Steven Brown Health Related Professions He admitted the campaign was "too negative"at Reitz UnionThe
Business Administration Axel Reyes (T) times and said he wished he and Vitali had spent
Lesley Coleman Journalism and Communications((2 seats) more time discussing the issues than each other.
Miami-based
Expose will
Engineering Rebecca BoatrightV( ) Poll workers faced some problems with the pop group
perform tonight in the Reitz Union Ballroomat
Richard S.Vermut
Frank Shields(V)
Health Related Professions Law computer system designed to check students'records. 8, and students should arrive on time
DlnoJohnRuffaJournalism Tony Leon(V) Linda Johnston, a poll worker in chargeof because there won't be an opening band,
and)Communication Liberal Arts and Sclencea(9( seats) Turlington Hall's first-floor polls,said the break said a Student Government Production
Eric Enrique Jay Doyle(V) downs caused a delay in the lines. spokesman.

Liberal Arts and Sciences Barbara Howard(V) They've been down more than they've been About 100 tickets are still available at the
Harvey Oyer KrIsten Howatt(V) up,"Johnston said. University Box Office and cost $9 for students
SENATORS Andrew Meyer(V) and $15 for the general public, plus a
Computer information sciences senior Bradley
Accounting Kane M.
Radebaugh(M)
Joseph Cannlstra(V) Medicine Spatz, who helped run the computers, said the $1 service charge. Students can buy as many
Agriculture Edward HeidtmanT( ) system wasn't actually down, but electronic mail tickets as they want with a separate fee card
Grady Roberts (V) Nursing was coming through the computers and blockingthe and picture ID for each one.
Architecture Karen Herbold(V) screens. SGP Publicity Director Joe Ralph said
Alfred C.Torchia(V) Pharmacy Expose, whose first album sold more than 2
Building Construction Elena Mendez((1)I) "We're sort of doing" this on a bubble gum and million copies usually performs for a larger
Lori Guidry(M) Veterinary Medicine shoe-string basis, Spatz said. crowd than the 900 seats in the Reitz Union
Business Administration((2 seats) Danny Levenson(V) Students also complained about 15-minute waits Ballroom. Ralph said the smaller crowd will
Richard Radney( ) 1 UF(Stoats) and a lack of voting booths. produce a better show for students.
Gregory Stoner(V) Jennifer Devine(V)
Dentistry Susan Ktetel(V) Bret Berlin, winner of an Activity and Service The trio composed of female singers is
Diane McGinty(I) Kevin J.ObarskJ(M) Fee Advisory Committee Senate seat, said he known for such hit songs as their current hit
Education ((2 seats) Shelley Orlowski( ) wants SG to buy or rent more booths for the next "What You Don't Know," "When I LookedAt
CorInne Horowitz(V) Meredith Phillips(V), election. He said he would like students to able to Him"and Tell Me Why."Previous songs
Mark Vlanello(V) Adam S.Tanenbaum (M) vote during the break between classes."It include "Point of No Return" and "Let Me
Engineering((3 seats) Z UFI3/ UF(Stoats) Be The One."The concert, co-sponsored by
doesn't take few seconds to vote like they I
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Leo Lagos(T) Ronald Crosby(VJ) SGP and radio station Kiss 105,cost$12,500,
David Alan Stephens(T) Marcelle Knltt l (V) say it does, Berlin said. Ralph said.

Michelle Warner(V) Leann Scarborough (V) "I've never waited this long before," said soph- "We probably won't make much profit,"
Fine Am J.J. Schickel (V) omore Michele Bise. The computers are not the
he said. "We did this show for the students'
Cynthia Baxley( ) Jeff B.Swerdlow(V) problem, there aren't enough booths. interests."
Forestry Chris Youngblood( )
Phillip Lawson((1)I) Independent,V-Vision,T-Today Fine Arts students elected Eric B. Smith Jr. as DEBBIE CENZIPER
a write-in for Honor Court associate justice.R. .


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lifeguard tonight'Just i:

about everyone has heard of AIDS and how r 1 -. :
serious it is. And the best way to avoid AIDS, aside from 4

abstinence is by using a condom. In fact, if you have sex *\

with someone you don't know without using a condom, -
you're just plain dumb. .,

Wednesday was Safer Sex Day at UF. Safer Sex Day be- ,'
cause there really is no such thing as safe sex. There is .: .
always a chance that the Human Immunodeficiency Virus ,

can get into your blood stream and slowly, methodically \ \

destroy you from the inside out.

Contracting the HIV requires a very specific form of be-

havior. The virus, either hidden in semen or blood, must
make its way into the blood stream to infect a person.

The risks of getting the virus are highest when in-
fected fluid is near the blood. The walls of the vagina pro
vide some cushion between a woman's blood supply and
the virus, but the walls of the rectum do not. The dif

ference makes anal intercourse, which often damages

blood vessels, a higher risk.

From the moment of infection, there is an immediate,
continuous progress of the disease. The virus enters the

blood stream and heads for the T-4 cell, the cells that in
effect "turn on" antibodies that fight viruses.
Some of the virus makes its way to the T-4 cells and Indian 'Encounters' view neededIn

burrows inside where antibodies cannot detect it. Once
there, the virus duplicates again and again until the cell the name of academic freedom, the Gainesville
Area Chapter Board of the American Civil Liberties -Charles Willett
can no longer contain it and explodes, releasing the HIV S
Union of Florida has voted to ask you to campaignfor
into the bloodstream. a supplemental exhibit giving Indian views of"First PEAKING OUTmay
Antibodies kill some of the virus but, like before, parts Encounters: Spanish Explorations in the Caribbeanand
survive and the process continues often undetected fora the United States, 1492-1570." not even realize how narrow their education is.
decade. Each time the virus doubles, it changes a littleso Dr. Peter Bennett, director of the Florida Museumof Thus, a graduate research assistant studying
Natural History, and UF Interim President Robert American Indian cultures at the Museum asserted in
it the defense little
can body's longer.
escape system a Bryan prevent the other side of the Spanish invasion a letter to The Gainesville Sun that racism exists todayin
The HIV is promoted to Acquired Immune Deficiency from being presented.In the Third World but not at the museum.
Syndrome when the ratio of the virus to T-4 cells is high December of 1989, the ACLU, without taking a "The exhibit is one-sided; no one disputes that. It
enough that simple infections get the best of you. position on whether the exhibit truly is biased or shows the Spaniards' side of things. But the problem
AIDS is undetectable in the blood. So is HIV. What is racist, wrote to them on behalf of the Committee for results from the unavailability of factual information,
American Indian History as follows: not from racism or lack of professional integrity...
detectable is the that
antibody your body creates to fight
"Because the'First Encounters'exhibit "There where racism,
uses public are numerous places repres-
the virus, often as early as two weeks after a high-risk funds, personnel, institutions and authority to advo- sion and genocide are occurring-Africa, Cambodia,
sexual activity. That's what "HIV-positive" means you cate one particular political interpretation of history, Central America, Ethiopia/Sudan, the Amazon basin.
have the virus because your body is producing the antibodies the ACLU of Florida asks that the Florida Museumof The Florida Museum of Natural History is not one of
to kill it. Natural History, which is a public forum, provide those places."
Condoms help prevent contracting the virus, but used equal access under the First Amendment of the U.S. The Committee for American Indian History,
Constitution and give the Committee for American formed here in Gainesville, has reached out to an
incorrectly, they are worthless. Do not use an oil-based
Indian History 1,000 square feet of space near the international community of scholars seeking to
lubricant with a condom that softens them and makes exhibit to present a counter exhibit offering an alter broaden the understanding of our heritage by showing
them more susceptible to tears and microscopic holes. native and opposing record of the Spanish invasionof Indian perspectives,virtually omitted from the exhibit.
Oil-based lubricants include most kinds of hand lotion. the Caribbean. The following questions would be addressed.
Use water-based lubricants. "We request further that the museum arrange for What were the political, economic, religious, social
"People think they are doing everything they are sup- the counter exhibit to accompany" 'First Encounters' and family structures of the Caribbean and Southeast
throughout its three-year tour. American Indians in 1492? What were their arts and
posed to thoroughly talking with their partners and
By not allowing this, the museum is telling the sciences?
making a decision to use a condom then they use the committee, The University of Florida is free to teach How did Columbus mistreat Indians on his first
wrong lubricant and render the whole thing useless," whatever it wants,just as publishers are free to choose voyage? What repressive policies were put into effect
said Fred, a volunteer with the AIDS Action Committeein what manuscripts to publish. You have no right to by the Spanish government and the commanders of
Boston. enter our halls to dispute our carefully considered the expeditions that followed?

The lubricant warning is not on the foil wrapper of a opinions. In what ways were Indian women treated especially
"The Florida Museum of Natural History is exer- severely? How did those policies cause the deaths of
condom so be aware that it does make a difference. Have
cising its First Amendment
right to display this millions of Indians in the following few decades?
fun, experience life, but be aware that your lack of $600,000 official exhibit. Out on the street, you are What were conditions like at the slave plantationsand
thought or planning could cost you your life. equally" free,as always, to display your little cardboard the mines? How did the Indians view the
signs. Spaniards? Did they resist? Did the outcry of a few
The university police add politely, "Please remember priests about the cruelty affect official Spanish policy
alligator that if you take a sign into the exhibit or tape it toward the surviving Indians? Did these events set a
Editor' to the building, you will be arrested and prosecutedas precedent for centuries of racism in subsequent U.S.
Lucy Chabot a common criminal.! policies of violence,exploitation and ethnocide toward
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Under this authoritarian ideology, learning is Indians across North America?
manipulated by the governments, institutions and faculty,
The ACLU Chapter Board appeals to the
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton corporations that own or control the media and the students and staff of the University of Florida to

Letters Policy classrooms. Because disseminating controversial support the Committee's request for 1,000 square feet
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (about one 8-by.10 page). They should be political ideas is difficult,views that strongly question of space at the museum that can join the "First
typed, double-spaced and signed. They should Include a typed name address and telephone majority positions are seldom encountered or Encounters" exhibit its three-year tour.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call espoused. on
the editorial' page editor at 376-4458 Charles Willett is the'chairman of the Gainesville
This political screen is so effective that students chapter of the ACLU.



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the recent abundance of Hotline athletic ridicule, APPLAUSE has decided I Ito with Distraction, Life on Mars and
change the subject. Last week we asked for our readers' ideas, inviting you to The Barry Sides Blues Band (Sun)
[37-SPIKE]
pick our next target. BANDS Gathering Lounge Real Time
Paul reached us first,and [332-7500]
A what's more, succeeded in Hardback Cafe Boogy Chiluns
p [ providing the week's (Thurs), Unidentified with Trance
9 Formation (Fri!), Bad Egg Salad
driest We
response. should with Dirt(Sat),9:00: Quartet(Tues)
pick on Ed Scales,Paul toldus [372-6248]
"because he seems to ignore the fact that affirmative action is only a way in MIACharlie's Lillian's Smug Brothers [372-
which the university tries to hide the fact that it's a racist institution. Education," 1010]

Paul rambled, "should be free for all." Save it for a letter, Paul. (Thurs Metropolis), Evil Maracas Reggae(Fri!),Night Blaine
Lee was our next caller, and he lightened things up right away. "I 1 think we needto Lavell (Thurs), Deja Crews Band (Sat), Class Camels
,
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pick on the Gator Dining Service," Lee said emphatically. "Over the Christmas | (Mon, Tues), Radio Fliers (Weds) (Wed) [Jax 1-355-6410]
break, they increased the price of Chipburrrgers and Choco Tacos up to $1.25,up \ (1371-8069] Napolatono's Gary Cordon
(Thurs),Bruce Kline(Fri,Sat) 1332-
45 cents from last semester. Dub's Barrage (Thurs Sat), 6671]
Alter Ego (Mon Wed) [378-5359]
"They're God's nectar as far as food's concerned 1 Richenbacher's Mr.
APPLAUSE is the weekly Einstein A Co Co Jody Crind Whoopee
entertainment supplement to Lee added, "but I can't say they're worth that price." I (FrI!) [Jax 1-246-4073] (Thurs), Windjammer (Fri, Sat),
The Independent Florida Alligator. Brad was our winner this week, suggesting we address 1 Florida Theater The Tony Rice Super(Wed) [375-5363 Jam (Mon] ), Kenny Neal
editor Stephen nix the campus condom controversy. "Whatart | Unit (Thurs) [376-8742], Stranger

director denlse m. reagan brands are they going to get?" Brad pleaded. "How \
assistant editors much are they going to be? Where they're at! How to | The Writers at Florida series presents poet Ed
Jeremy helllgar Derby and fiction writer Ellen Bush, who will
them!
use |
steve giniland read from their works Thursday night at 8 at
copy editor dan wine Good idea, Brad, so for this week's question, APPLAUSE 1 B BIST Coering's Book Center. A reception will follow.
coverpbotouegglegrant wants to know what you think about the f I The Tony Rice Unit will perform Thursday
infamous condom machine debate. Call 376-4511 for | night at 8 at The Florida Theater, providingwhat's

your shot at winning a $5 credit from Hyde & Zeke. And don't forget the humor. | JJjJ temporary billed folk as,bluegrass a super-charged,blues and fusion jazz.Tickets of con-

are available at Sabine Music Center and
HOW DO YOU WORK B rs Hyde &: Zeke Records for $10.
I The Haitian Carnival kicks off Friday after-
ONE OF THESE THINGS? = noon at 4 in 427 Crinter Hall witha lecture on
Haitian popular music by Dr. Cage Averill of
Brad ponders a prophylactic,but one thingwe Columbia University, leading into the Carnival Dance Saturday nightat
won't have to teach him to use is the $5 8:30.: This event will feature compas Haitian dance music, by the
credit he won for his Hotline answer. Miami-based Dadou Pasquct and the Magnum Band at the St.Augustine
Church Student Center. For more info -392-0375.
Sankofa, the Ivory Coast National Ballet, will provide a "spell-bind-
APPLAUSE hates the Oscars, and this
| ing" performance of true African
year is no exception. Best t Picture nominees j folklore Saturday night at 8 in the
include Dead Poets Society and Field of | Reitz Union Ballroom.Tickets are n
Dreams while sex, lies, and videotape and Do j $6 for students and $10 for the
I For info 392-1655.
public. more -
the Right Thing were hardly acknowledged.At .
least we can delight in that When Harry 1 The 1990 University of Florida
Met Sally. was also dismissed, but thatdoesn't | Writers' Festival will open Wed-
=| nesday night at 8 in FAB 105 with I yI
change matters. We won't attend
j a reading by James Lasdun. Las-
the show March 26 and if I
APPLAUSE
on dun, a new British poet, is the
wins any Oscars, we won't accept. I award-winning author of MARK FARRIS
SUZETTE COOKOAQ I j Delirium Eclipse and A Jump Start. Tony Rice
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Saturday; Nobel Laureate Varmus To Speak


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Private donors, including Florida citrus-
man Ben Hill Griffin Jr., will be guests of

honor when the UF Health
fy Of Informal and Publications Services 355 Saturday
gen Hail and paid for it usual advertising rates to com Science Center celebrates opening of its m"o
muncate official notices and important information to $39 million academic research building.
tudents (acuity and stall Call 39? 0186 for informal Dedication day will feature a full morn- .. -

ing of scientific and social activities, including -
a guest lecture at 10 a.m. by Nobel ,
Laureate Harold Eliot Varmus of the Uni- r, ttrr

Alex Haley versity of California San Francisco. In his

presentation, "The Molecular Basis of
Cancer," Dr. Varmus will share some of the
Lectures In
Tonight new insights into cancer development that tan.atrw.
helped him win the 1989 Nobel Prize in
O'Connell CenterAlex Medicine.

UF Interim President Robert A. Bryan -
Haley, author of"Roots," will speak 'rr *i :rw
will emcee the dedication ceremonies
tonight in the O'Connell Center at 8 p.m.
beginning at 12:35: p.m. in the new
celebration of Black MonthHaley's .
in History
research building's courtyard. Program
entitled "Racial
speech Harmony: will include Dr. Louis Atkins,
A New is free and the participants
Beginning, open to
chairman of the Health Science Center'sboard

public.Haley. has won the Pulitzer Prize and of overseers; and Dr. Allen H. The UF Health Science Center's $39 million academic research building will be
Neims, dean of UF's College of Medicineand
the National Book Award, two of the highest officially dedicated Saturday.ing .
associate vice president for clinical affairs
literary awards in the country. His Assisting Dr,"Bryan in ribbon-cutting the health center's long-critical short- The entire north wing of the six-story,
book"Roots" was recognized as a cultural ceremonies, at which time the buildingwill age of laboratories and office space for 240,000-square-foot building has been

landmark by "Time" magazine and be- be turned over to the state, will be researchers. Now occupying the facilityare named the Ben Hill Griffin Biomedical

came the biggest best-seller in U.S. pub- Charles Edwards, Board of Regents chairman medical scientists involved in studiesof Research Pavilion in honor of the benefactor

lishing history. ; Charles Reed, State University cancer, infectious disease, arthritis and whose gifts and pledges to the build
Haley's speech is sponsored by the System Chancellor; UF PresidentDesignate other rheumatoid diseases, blood disor- ing total $4 million. Griffin, who will be
ACCENT lecture series and the Black Stu- John V. Lombardi, and Dr. David R ders and pediatric genetics, as well as honored at both a donors' -

dent Union. Challoner vice president for health affairs. basic researchers in the fields of pharmacology day night and at the Saturday festivities,

The brick and concrete research build biochemistry, molecular biology attended UF from 1930 to 1933 and was

Engineers' Fair '90 ing provides an initial step toward solv- and immunology. named a Distinguished Alumnus in 1974.
His contributions to the university, com
bined with state matching funds, total
On Monday TuesdayA more than $19 million.
,
In addition to Griffin's contribution, ma-
robot that mimics the human nervous I CAMPUS 10ou THIS NEXT WEEK I jor private gifts and pledges include $3

system and the latest in fire-fighting equip- f: million from the University of Florida
ment are examples of the variety of displays Sponsored Research Foundation; $1 mil
scheduled for next week's 45th annual lion from Clearwater businessman Fred B.

I Engineers' Fair. The fair will be held Mon- TODAY HAITIAN CARNIVAL DANCE, spon- Bullard Jr. and his wife Karol; $1 million
day from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Tuesday from an donor $300,000 from
sored by UF African and Latin American anonymous ;
MUSIC LECTURE
from 9 a.m. to 6:30 the O'Connell "Remembering
: in
p.m. the Palm Beach and Gainesville
Studies Centers, 8:30: St. Augustine chaptersof
Daniel Adventure Novelist and p.m.
Center. Speer: );
Church Student Center, 1738 W. Univer- Stop! Children's Cancer; $250,000 from
Master Musician of the 17th
The fair, UF College of Engineering'slargest Centuryby/ sity Ave. the UF College of Medicine Alumni Association
student-run event, will showcasethe UF music faculty member Arthur Jennings, ; $119,000 from Robert and

latest in computers, robotics and com- :NUCLEAR Music Building. SUNDAY Kathleen Axline; $100,000 from UF medi-
munication technologies as well as ad- ENGINEERING SEMINAR, MUSEUM LECTURE,
"Archaeology at cal alumni Drs Nell and James Potter; and
vances in airplane aerodynamics, propul- "Scatter Rejection by Electronic Collimationin Fort Mose: America's Black Fortress of $100,000 from Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Blank.
sion and materials. Exhibitors from more Digital Imaging, by Tulane University Freedom," by Florida Museum of Natural

than 30 corporations, including Apple, assistant professor of radiology Dinko History anthropology department chair-
COAR Conducts Peer
IBM, Honeywell and Zenith, and 34 tech Plenkovich, 3:45: p.m., 227 Nuclear Science man and curator Kathleen Deagan, 2

nical societies will participate. Highlightsof Center. p.m., Florida Museum of Natural History
the fair are as follows: ZOOLOGY SEMINAR, "Honeybee Classroom Call 392-1721 to Educator SessionsCampus

SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS'FASHION Biogeography and the Spread of the Afh- BLACK STUDENT UNION FASHION Organized Against Rape
cooed Bee, by University of Michigan ad- SHOW 7 Auditorium. COAR is educator
SHOW-Monday and Tuesday, p.m. University ( )) holding peer training
research Deborah
1:30: to 3 p.m., O'Connell Center ground- junct scientist Roan MONDAY sessions about rape awareness, rape pre
Smith, 3:45 211 Bartram Hall.
floor events arena. Features business looks : p.m., vention and communication and presen-
FORESTRY LECTURE by UF forestry WILDLIFE AND RANGE SCIENCES
for tation skills.
men and women.AMERICAN The sessions, which are opento
department Ph.D. candidate J JC. Mayne, LECTURE, "Dormancy Behavior of Black
and held 3
SOCIETY OF MECHAN- men women, will be at p.m.
ICAL ENGINEERS' BABY GATOR 'Nutrient Uptake from Subsoil by Deep Bears in a Bottomland Hardwood Forest," on Feb. 19 and 26 in rooms 122 and 123
Rooted Plants Under by Florida Museum of Natural
4
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p.m. and Tuesday at 1 p.m. Anyone witha 112 Newins-Ziegler Hall. post-doctoral associate Tommy Smith, 3:45: Peer educators conduct information
112 Newins-Ziegler Hall.
pine-wood derby car can enter. Car kits UF SYMPHONIC( BAND &: WIND ENSEMBLE p.m. workshops and discussion sessions for
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"Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Health and
where all car construction and racing will contact COAR, 392-1161.
take Auditorium.FRIDAY Disease; by Dr. Artemis Simopoulos,
place. Director of The Center for Genetics, Nutri- UPD Stresses
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J J. Moped Bicycle RulesThe
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be announced. University ethnomusicologist Gage STUDY IN HUNGARY information ses- University Police Department reminds -

SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS' Averill, 4 p.m., 376 Grinter Hall sion, led by Andrew Gordon, UF associate faculty, staff and students that mo-
CHRONOLOGY OF FAMOUS AFRI- peds must not be operated on sidewalks.
professor of and
BLACK HISTORY MONTH / English foreign study
CAN-AMERICAN SCIENTISTS, INVEN- JAM/STEP- law
By mopeds are considered motor ve-
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p.m., 2342 Turlington Hall. Delta Sigma Theta. o'ators;
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QUET-Monday 7 p.m., Holiday Inn West. BLACK HISTORY MONTH COLLEGE sion in Protecting Florida's Environment," Bicycles are also considered a vehicle,

Don Fuqua, president and general managerof FAIR, 11 a.m., UF bandshell. by Florida Environmental Regulation according to Florida law and both bicyclesand
the Aerospace Industries Association of IVORY COAST NATIONAL DANCE Commission chairman Robert Mandell, mopeds can be fined $52 for all mov-

America Inc. and former Florida congressman THEATRE CONCERT 8 p.m., Reitz : .m., Room Cl-4, J J. Hillis Miller ing violations, including running stop
will deliver the keynote address, Union Ballroom. Tickets, $6 for students Health Center. signs, riding against traffic and failing to

"Space Exploration: The Future."'Tickets, $6 and $10 for general public, available at FACULTY VOICE RECITAL by UF faculty yield to right of way.

for UF students and$15 for general public, University Box Office, Reitz Student member Ronald Burrichter, 8:15: For questions regarding moped, bicycleand
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.. JJ theater groups stage a sudden reverseBy

I, By Marti Upton Cuckoo'i Next won its way into
the Regional Festival, the
Valentine's Day brings schedule was pushed back a
Gainesville theater audiencesthe week. Caldwell feels it may be
chance to see two love fortunate for sales that the
I stories, but with a twist. shows
no longer are opening
I Romance, Romance, produced by together, though she's confi-
the Hippodrome, will be per dent Jimmy Dean, with its ex-
formed at UF's Constans posure at the Hippodrome,
Theater, while the Florida would do well regardless.
Players, traditionally groundedat Romance also should make a
the Constans, will present strong showing, and much of
Come Back to the 5 and Dime, r the house undoubtedly will be
Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean at the filled by young couples. Mark
Hippodrome's mainstage. The Sexton, Associate Director of
obvious question is: Why are Development at the Hip-
these companies playing musi- '\ podrome,hopes that the promo-
cal theaters? : t tion of special Valentine's
Hippodrome Artistic Produc- ... packages (available at the Hip-
ing Director Mary Hausch Intro- podrome Booth in the Oaks
duced the switch to Dr. Judith ,. Mall) will boost sales and help
Williams,chair of the University +rr the intense fund-raising effortsof
Theater Department, last Sep- the company. Other promo-
tember.Williams, also the direc- tions include the chance to wina
tor of Jimmy Dean, reacted romantic dinner for two. If all
enthusiastically to the Idea. this sounds a bit commercial,
Hausch knew that Romance-an remember that the end will jus-
extravagantly engineered musi- L ANN STODDARD tify the means.
cal would work better at the Isn't It romantic: Steve Grojhn, Ellen Zachos, J. Jonathan Austin and Wendy Woods are featured In the Hippodrome's As Sexton points out, "If we
Constans, which seats 200 more production of Romance, Romance -at the Constans Theater. don't reach our goal of $150,000
people than the Hippodrome now have the chance to visit a differenttheater" Caldwell, who recently returned from an by the end of the year, the Hip-
and allows for a pit orchestra. podrome will be forced to close its doors
as Hippodrome regulars journeyto Internship there in the fall. Caldwell is
Conveniently, Jimmy Dean requires the Constans to see Romance. Hausch playing the lead character Sissy for her after 17 years of cultural service to the
precisely that intimate atmosphere which hopes that during its stint on campus, the thesis role, as part of her work toward an community. That would be a shame."
the Hippodrome offers its small stage, play also will expose students to the com- MFA degree. Romance, Romance offers a special preview
the audience three sides
surrounded by on pany and bring them downtown in the "It's always been a play that's appealedto tonight, and officially opens Friday. The play
almost reach and
is close out
so you can future. me," Caldwell says, "because of its good, will run through March 4, and ticket prices
touch the actors. Likewise, a sojourn in the communitymay solid roles for women." range from $12 to$18, with a discount price of
"Both of the theaters are limited," says draw a more diversified audience for The story highlights female characters $6 for senior citizens and students ((45 minutes
Cwen West, costume designer for Jimmy the Florida Players. Staging the productionin from 1955 and 1975, following a 20-year before showtime). Come Back to the Five and
Dean, "so trading places will allow for a different theater may pose some adjust reunion that focuses on the night James Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean opens
flexibility In the programs." ment problems for the cast and crew, but Dean died. Originally, the Florida Players February 23 and will play through March 3.
The benefits extend to the audience as playing at the Hippodrome will seem production was to open the same night as Student tickets are 2S cents (with a fee card)
well. Hausch notes that "our subscribers familiar to at least one member, Lauren Romance, but when One Flew Over the and $6 J50 for the general public.
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1 ontinued ;; ......- I Burr Oak Ensemble.. Starting out as some playing for much more than their supperlt, it
i I from cover iia
.' .r t. friends who liked to sing and play traditional doesn't' seem to sway them.. "We enjoy doingit

Q11 C04PA eoao eoao l'O4ov9' } folk music in their living rooms, these five it anyway," says Wise. "If the little kids

\ The Fourth Annual Hoggetowne local performers now entertain audiences at come up and go, ''Are you Robin Hood?' and

I I Medieval Faire presents the days of Robin :r''k.. .' t 9 9s. a number of medieval fairs.. they think they've' seen Robin Hood for the

Hood this weekend with merchants, \ 'l :, Kris Williams, who sings and plays the day,then great.. If they may learn somethingabout
s.
musicians, jugglers, battling knights in "'1' ". ? J1tJ? penny whistle with the ensemble,says manyof the clothing or how the times might

armor and performances like this one as ;.t: the songs they sing involve the audience.. have been, then it was worth it it.."

presented by the Hoggetowne Medieval : _,.; One bawdy song, ""The Scotsman," involvesa Korie Carter of Gainesville remembers

Players.. Performing groups such as The : a drunken Scot who falls asleep.. Some previous trips to the Hoggetowne Medieval

Burr Oak Ensemble, The Franzinis, The UF J If.. women passing by decide to find out what Faire.. A UF senior majoring in mechanical

Renaissance Ensemble and the Society for I Scotsmen wear under their kilts. The ensemble engineering, she and her husband, Andy, a

Creative Anachronisms, obsessed with 1.. pulls a guy out of the crowd, puts a teacher at Duvall Elementary School, have
J
portraying medieval history authentically, r __ kilt on him and. .oh my.. What would Friar attended the fair the past two years..

go to extremes in reliving middle age lore Tuck say? "My husband likes the sparring sword

for the fair's' audience.The The Burr Oak Ensemble will be one of five fights the best," says Carter, "but my

Hoggetowne Players have been pop- groups featured at a Friday night performa favorite part is all the kinds of booths set up
ping in and out of the fair's' crowds for the nee in the Thomas Center-"An Eveningat with jewelry.. Some guy had daggers last

past three years, performing their legend. r' the Court of His Royal Highness, King year.. I like all that Dungeons and Dragons,

based skits and giving the fair its focal r's ,.. John I.." While seated before King John and medieval stuff. The festival is really cool;

theme. But this will be the last year they'llbe Queen Isabella, audience members will we look forward to going."

doing it at the Thomas Center.. s pr.. enjoy the highlights of the fair's' entertainment One of Andy Carter's' pupils at Duvall
d *A
.
Sherry Wetzel, coordinator of the Hog July"t t 1 ...Jtr... f. The Franzinis, the Desert Rose Dancers Elementary, Donny Smith, is a Hoggetowne
getowne Medieval Faire for its sponsor, the and the UF Renaissance Ensemble all Player at this year's' fair. Ten-year-old

city's' Department of Cultural and Nature will be joining the Hoggetowne Players.The Donny plays a royal court attendant to King

Operations, says the Thomas Center Gar evening with his royal highness also includes John I and Maid Miriam. If he had lived in

dens will have to say "bye-bye" to its baby, a sampling of meats, pies and non medieval times, Donny says he would be "a

due to the incredible growth of the event.. alcoholic English ale at intermission.The forester, like Robin Hood, walking throughthe

Beginning next year, the fair will be at the s v UF Renaissance Ensemble,comprisedof forest, hunting and camping." He knows
Alachua County Fairgrounds near the air- > 22 students and staff members of the Robin Hood stole from the haughty Norman

port.. University of Florida, have performed at the nobles and gave to the poor,but says, "Some

Attendance has blossomed over the past fair for the past two years.. The group plays rich people are greedy and the poor need

years from 3,000, in 1987 to over 15,000, last authentic arrangements of medieval musicas help.."

year.. The popularity of the fair rests largelyon well as appropriate instruments, like recorders In the SCA, Donny chose Eric Berkley, a

the shoulders of the many dedicated and krummhorns.. John Kitts, direc-- Saxon from 1199, as his persona, but in the

performers who transform six acres of tor of the ensemble and professor of musicat Hoggetowne Players he holds a Norman

Gainesville green into the moors and UF, says that they try to duplicate the king's' crown and robe from time to time..

countryside of medieval England.. music as closely as possible. What would a Norman king do if he found

Hoggetowne player Bryan Wise, a scenic ""The group is made up of eccentrics, out he was giving his jeweled crown to a

artist for the Alhambra Theatre in Jackson- people who want to do something dif-- little-thieving Saxon to take care of?

ville, plays Robin Hood for the second time ferent," says Kitts. "We generally enjoy our- With a smirk on his face, Donny answers, 1

this year.. In past years he has taken on the selves.." "I just hope the King doesn't' find out.."

persona of Mordred from the King Arthur The Franzinis have been enjoying them- Hang on to your hands, Donny. .'_

tales and Will Scarlet, one of Hood's' merry selves all over the world m

persons. Wise says the Hoggetowne Players : with their self-touted e coa 9 e a 9 C>o1V e C>a6V t J46i9 \'V-J.!
hope to interchange the King Ar- "world's' smallest cir- ir r Guy(:J:

theme thur/Camelot/ in the future theme of with the fair.the Robin Hood ? J'.' ,w'.',I'' cus"Wetzel act., According this man-to ofQuisBourne( (Christopher Jarvis)an 'Odin& 9loo( ((1Jryan' 'tJise)


'"This year, it's' a fun fair," says Wise. If. .. {, );l..,"; ",..., '1..J 1. Lipi woman Franzinl team, Lizi, have and put mo em. ay pencil{fighting to shame with their quarterstaff


"--_' 13 JT \_... W:' _a ;a;..t performed with the Battle.{ .

ingjohnl (Matt ViPalma{ )rules( his scaled{ down % the USO in Korea, the
kingdom at iHomas Center with sharp sense of discipline p and a c told( hard sneer.. and all
&_ aaos r>Tflt'X a _*F<_*. A\._ _*)<_*. >4b n _*)(_*_jt-JMh. _4)(eras)A_-AAA....._"k eves. /" "*eiw... .. Philippines oLLijcrL
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"Robin Hood is jovial and everyone is laugh. tion that re-creates the better of the fool turned Force bases and J
aspects you, though. Like all the entertainers at fair it's' a generic Renaissance fair. that many were away.
ing and having a good time. King Arthur is Medieval Ages. We sing the dance the fair at the medieval and Renaissance -
songs these guys go all out.. The accuracy and detail placed on the With all that extra space county t
a little heavier, because we're trying to kill the dances and fight the fights. Lewis says, "We don't' go the route the big battles, the wares of the vendors and the fairgrounds, Wetzel hopes to accommodateall fairs.. Along
each other.. With '
the
Robin Hood theme, it'sa At the fair this weekend, knights of the fairs do.. Those fairs (like the ones in costumes at the fair come from the the people who couldn't' fit this year and with a trained boa

a lot of slaps on Ted the butt"According SCA (a title Davis says is not given lightly) Sarasota and Largo) are brought up by participants'' own personal love of historyand add features like a jousting exhibition.The constrictor and their !
to Lewis
for a child abuse will be competing in the tournament with private developers. They quit paying atten- their desire to convey that appreciation.Davis Hoggetowne Brewers made it In this dog, Jo-Jo, they juggle
HRS
investigator and the Sheriff of Not '
rattan weapons.. Don't let the wicker ware tion to This local dedicated to the perform a tight-
tingham this the accuracy, so it's no longer a medievaljs says, "History is alive; it's people year. group
year Hoggetowne Playersis who lived and died.. It's' not all the making of home beer and wine, will be one wire act and generallyamuse F IIiFJ1kt /
comprised of 10 main characters (Robin, n LT '" "' .----... really off +f 1
and battles in pictures. It's' life not of the many participants on the peddlingend the pants
kings
King John I, Maid Marien
etc.) and has
'
other the great events..It's' just the normal people." of the fair. This group, though, won'tbe audiences.The .
many supporting roles (washer
js jsY Normal people will abound at the fair selling its brew. fair has gone to
women, beggars, court attendants).
""The players came about basically as a normal people in uncomfortable clothing. Colleen Lee, membership chairwoman of quite an expense to

result of this fair," Lewis. "We When Lewis is fully clothed in the sheriff's' the Hoggetowne Brewers, says her group make sure everyonecan
says got ye chain maile shirt, coif and cloak, his outfit will be dressed in the medieval clothes required enjoy the entertainment
organized a couple of back, and last
years 4 and will hand includingthe
about 50 pounds.. of all merchants, they
year a we got"real organized and gave ourselves weighs Robin Hood obviously appreciates the out free samples of their concoctions. disabled.. Inter a 9 .
name. e eA ea
Like of the sheriff's' hindrance..Wise says, "It's' good for "Recipes of that time are unknown," says preters for the deaf, ..

Lewis is many also Hoggetowne Players, me, because when he's' doing these chase Lee, "but we will be serving free samples of braille pamphlets andhandicappedaccessi A a
a member of the Society for .
Creative Anachronisms, which will be scenes with me, I get to rest."" Wise breaks brown ale, porter and bitters. The best wayto r, ''I'IP 'Izel
per- English accent and find out if you like home brew is to tasteit. ble entrances all will
Into his best says
""
forming separately at the fair in a medieval a"
d a sheriff,can't' be it.." be provided. The
tournament, with "C'mon,good ; weighing you
complete knights in '
all of the booths set will be so Children's Theatre for
armor in full-contact battle.. down that much.. Ha-ha. (Back in normal Not up P
Chambers,independent the Deaf will performits
the John
all over place. philanthropic.
The SCA, which originated in Berkeley, ++ voice) We run
California, in 1965, is a group of medieval c a Next year, Wise and Lewis (and everyoneelse proprietor of Celestial Wind, looks forwardto adaptation of
the business he will be getting at the fair. Robin Hood on Saturday -
history lovers who take on the personae of for that matter) can run around just
people of the Medieval about all their little medieval hearts desire. Chambers handcrafts traditional Celtic and and Sunday. Wet-

I Melanie Davis, seneschal Ages.of the local SCA They'll have about 105 acres to do it in at Irish harps, from two to five feet high. says a number of The Hoggetowne Medieval Faire will be
and a member of the the fairgrounds.Wetzel ""This Is my fourth year attending the bus tours have been arranged to bring in presented Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to
"We Hoggetowne Players, t county the fair has outgrown the fair," says Chambers, "and it's' certainly a alot schoolchildren from Jacksonville, as well as 6 p.m.. Admission is $$1 for adults and free for
explains. educational
are an says
organiza Thomas Center Gardens, not just because of of fun when it can turn a profit. Peopleseem from St.Augustine's' School for the Deaf and children six and under.. Admission for the

.-a. _. booming visitors and parking headaches, to enjoy the fair, and they're' learning Blind.A Friday night event, "An Evening at the Court /
ith the so merchants and what these fairs are like and what peoplesell number of local schools will perform of His Royal Highness, King John 1 I" is$$10,and .----
help o of 5riarTuckC.({ Scott Marvin( ), the crafty fytin Mood( (< but also because many -
Bryan Wise) outwits Tina( entertainers want to be a part of the fair.. at them." plays, acrobatics and recorder music at the reservations can be made by calling 374-2197,.

John, defends s the poor and p provides a rather dapper ash'l statement Sherwood "We to highlight local artists and mer-- When Chambers isn't' making or sellinghis fair, including Mebane Elementary, Lincoln Buses will be making fair pick-ups itthe it 1ro1l'4' \ ''J
forest Maid try 1 .........
Marien( ( Penny Back allowing-Mood( t to make a his Ii is dear the of the won't' be and
called
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over couch) Don don't know haIr- Lemmy would probably wring and a verse riff real close to that state of music, but lol! I am The two discs here were originallytwo

cuts. Don, you don't know Dcvo! Yng's scrawny, egomaniacal neck of Tom Pett/s "Refugee," whichis rewarded with some of the most separate albums,one live,one
''r (bites head off live hamster) Pat: within minutes. So this Is the next OK, but maybe I've got the unlikable, Insipid drivel ever to studio. Many of you believe
Great. You tell him to leave, Tom. best thing speed-freak music to hometown Heartbreaker on the grace your stereo, Tom. Tom: All there's no way some '50s blues
f" Moses in the Bullrushtt (Demo butter toast and to hate the brain since that show, which was the talk about 7 Secs mellowinginto singer could possibly be more

' tape, available at Hyde & Zeke government by,with mucho exces- moving. Grant Hart was alwaysthe a U2 derivative to get a back lewd, crude or deranged than,
and Schoolkids' Records): Pat: sivq guitar leads. Pat: Yeah, if coolest member of Husker Du, door entrance to college-radio say, Motley Crue. You're wrong.I .
Well, I can't find the tape, but I hoarse Italian thrash metal sounds and the next song, "Now that You stardom has some merit. They I refer you to "Bite It" or "Con

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y_ I bet. I listened to the tape and sets it a bit apart from your Look out, harmonica solo! I like straight-edge philosophy or not. scoop out the eyes of a fly flying
|| liked it alright they've cleanedup usual denim hair-farmer music. this. Pat: The coolest Husker was Pat: They sound like they should backwards, and that's just the ap-

their sound and they now have Tom: Pat says they sounded the the guy with the har.dlebar mus- have given up the ghost 10 years petizer. Plus, Jay sings plaintive,
spacious 32-track recording (note same in'82,and why would he lie? tache. I can only loathe this the ago. straightforward ballads like "I
to the uninitiated: this band used Grant Hart Intolerance: Pat: longer it plays. Utter contemptibledreck. Screaming Jay Hawkins Feast Love You," which is really subver-

b to be the Smegmas, for whom Pat Gee, Tom; this album sounds even The song "Fanfare in D of the Mau-Mau (Edsel British sive, 'cuz you start wonderingwho
was lead vocalist during their worse than it looks, and it looks Major" sounds exactly like bad import available at Vamp): Pat: or what he'd make such a

brief speed-metal phase), but really horrible. How I wish songs Husker DO meets "Come on Screaming Jay Hawkins was doing proclamation to, or what the line
there're a couple of decent spots like the first track, "All My Sen- Eileen" by Dexy's Midnight Run- crazed punk psychobilly soul "My love has no eyes" really

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notorious for its graphic oral sex three generation!)of thieves in Sid- transplanted heart belonged to a
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and Holly Hunter,this film dances Oaks 6 East. honest, funny look at gettingold. famous hero of the protest move- which two MPs are escorting a
around any semblance of sub Born on the Fourth of July * Oaks 4 West ments (Dennis Hopper) to justice. convicted sailor to prison and
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Mel Gibson and Danny Clover semble cast, headed by Steve Mar- y l Steel' Magnolias *
reunite in this exploitative,violent tin and Dianne Wiest. Royal Park This unevenly contrived
t and stupidly plotted thriller. But, The Passenger (Not reviewed) dramedy falls flat on its face, but
hey; we didn't like the first one Jack Nicholson stars as a TV offers great performances from
either. Royal Park correspondent reluctantly on assignment Shirley McClaine, Julia Roberts
The Little Mermaid 1/2/ overseas, who assumes and Darryl Hannah. Oaks 6 East
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animated feature, now the Englishman.This Italian import is Strong acting from Bette Midler,
highest-grossing ever in its first the work of Director MIchelangelo John Goodman and Trini Al-
x' run, is a stunning achievement in Antonioni.! Reitz SundayThe varado almost make up for this
', sight, sound, story and spectacle.Oaks Princess Bride * stale tale of mother-daughter
6 East -starts Friday Rob Reiner's whimsical fairy angst. Center, Oaks 6 East
i Loose Cannons (Not! reviewed) tale manages to be a sly sendupof Tremors *
More buddy cop antics,this time the genre but romantic and Giant worms are attacking the
' with the mismatched pair of Gene charming at the same time. Burst- people of Perfection, Nevada, in
Hackman as can you believe it Ing with memorable cameos this comedy-thriller.The script is 0
a veteran cop, and Dan Ayk- such as Peter Cook as a bishop CLIVE COOTE witty, the monsters are scary and
Patinkin and Andre the Giant would kill for of CINEMASCOPE.
royd as his schizophrenic new with a very odd speech defect Mandy a copy the budget is just low enough to

partner. Oaks 4 West and terrific central performancesfrom Costner's first shot at intrigue lone Skye is equally beguiling as keep everything tacky and fun.
Madhouse (Not! reviewed) Mandy Patinkin and Cary since 1987's brilliant No Way Out, his super-smart love interest who Oaks 6 East
This simply could not look Elwes, who says "As you wish," this film finds him In Mexico, torn knows everything except what she When Harry Met Sally *
i worse. You've seen the trailer and means it. Great, great fun. between staying loyal to a friend really wants. Not to be missed. Billy Crystal proved he could
Kirstie Alley squirming behind a Quean of Heart and running away with his wife. Reitz Thursday carry a movie with this romantic
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Hell? Enough said. Oaks 6 East, (select showtimes), Hippodrome Say Anything *1/2/ Robert DeNiro plays an 11- Ephron's screenplay are far too
i' Plaza starts Friday Friday through Sunday Cameron (fast Times at leterate who falls for fellow fac- reminiscent of Woody Allen for
Nlghtbreod (Not reviewed) Revenge (Not reviewed) Ridgemont High Crowe's direc- tory worker Jane Fonda. Their comfort. Meg Ryan is as good as
The latest fright from screen ter- Kevin Costner's latest vehicle is torial debut is a sweet Incisive initial friendship turns into love, she'll ever be. When will someonein
ror Clive Barker. Center starts the product of Director Tony Top look at two young people falling and as DeNiro is slowly taught to Hollywood notice that she real-
Friday Gun, Beverly Hills Cop 11 Scott in love. John Cusack is very goodas read, the world opens up around ly can't act?
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Or come in for a decadent dessert with available. Daily Lunch Special 1 1.99. Happy Hour 4-7 Daily. Mon.-Thur.

espresso or cappucino. Beer and wine Fresh juices also availableCOFFEEHOUSE. 706 11am-12pm Fri.-Sat. 1 lam-lam Sun.

list. Open 7 days a week. MC, VISA, Experience the Renaissance, progres- lpm10pm. 5112 NW 34th St. across
AMEX 3303 W. Univ Ave. 371-4839. sive pastas and fresh fish in an alterna- from the YMCA pool. 372-4751. Steaks
) tive atmosphere. Offering Thai

Chicken, Cajun Shrimp. Gorgonzola Red Lion Beef & SpiritsFor
Alfredo,Shrimp Pesto&California and
Joe's Deli Chicago Style Pizzas. DaVind's delight Tavern & Grill the best steaks and prime rib in

The Philsophy Store Afterwards enjoy homemade Lousy food, warm beer & grouchy bar Gainesville. You cook over a hickory
Home of the two-foot Catortail'\! Daily
Bookstore & Coffeehouse, 3460 W. desserts, espresso, cappuccino & a terrific tenders EVERYDAY: EVERYNIGHT! charcoal grill or our chef will prepare
lunch specials M-F at all locations. Univ Ave. 378-6370. In the tradition of wine list. Mark Newman chef. S- Nightly Specials- Grill opened 12-12. your dinner. Chicken &: Seafood tool!

Campus,34th St.13th St. Free Delivery! bookstores & coffeehouses of the 18th Th. 5-10 pm & Fri. & Sat. 5-11 pm. 706 Come by for a BORING time! 2413 SW Open daily 5.10.2 for 1 well drinks &

377-5637&: 375-5637 & 19th centuries. Gourmet coffee, by W. Univ. Ave. 378-2001 13th St 3786320Shelley's dollar drafts from 5-7 p.m. 6-pound

the bean or by the brew. Espresso,Cap- challenge. 2310 SW 13th St. 373-4301.

puccino, & numerous exotic coffees Manaro'sSince
Restaurantand from the world over. Many varieties of
Snuffy's tea, too. lOam-lOpm Mon-Sat. 1955. "Some things never change. TavernNew
Lounge fortunately, your good taste and our Owner. Now open at 11am for
consistently delicious Italian food." lunch. Pool Tournament every Wed.
1017 W. University Ave. 376-8899. Open 7 days. Dinner served from 5pm. Daily Specials. 6900 SW Archer Rd. THAI

Caribbean pub atmosphere with gourmet Gainesville's most popular Italian Res-

burgers, steaks, chicken teriyaki, taurant for over 30 years. Casual attire
baby back ribs, seafood, salads, sand- For welcome. Fresh dishes daily including SEAFOODCapt'n

wiches, and New England clam chow. InformationRegarding chicken, veal, steak, shrimp & homemade
der Relax and enjoy your favorite desserts at affordable prices. Tim's Thai RestaurantBrings

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Open (M-Thurs), 11:30: am-Midnight. Contact Only 2 1/2 miles from campuseast Louie's Galley you the "Best Blend of the Orient -
(Fri &Sat), 11:30 am-2 am. (Sun), 6 pm- ( on Univ Ave.) 2120 Hawthorne On special this week-Grilled Dolphin ." Open Mon-Sat, Closed Sun.Visa,

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*BLOCK TOUF* A Bath in 3bdr at Spyglass Apis Classifications o How to place a
1 FURNISHED A quaint home w/fireplace/ ceiling fan, $230 plus 1/3 utll Call 335.5235 any time. .
yard, pets ok Earn extra $$ parking cars 1555 classified ad:

WINDMEADOWS, I bdr turn, sublet, near for UF football games $38S/mol 373

pool, 373.3558 apt.. 98. 2.20.5.1AFFORDABLE 5018. 21652 HEY F student to share mod house in 1 For Rent. Furnished In Person:

quiet NW area. Own bedr All amen. Two 2 For Rent. Unfurnished Cash, check MC or VISA.
*1 Free Mo. at Spyglassl!* n/s M rmmt-
ml from UFo Jennifer or Martha 376-4138.
Large bedroom 550 sq ft. bike or walk to own bdrm A bath. wshr/dry/micro/pool 2155.5 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office

UF and hops Air, Carpet Walk In Closets luxuries.$223 mo. Call Michelle & Mary Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave.

Pest Control, Private Walk Patio, No 336.4386, 21652 Grad student looking lor quiet, neat F/ns For M.f Sam 4pm

Dogs. roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Lakewood 4 Sublease House/Apt./
Village 34 328 SW 34th Str 2bdr house and 2bdr apt, 3 bike from UF, apt. Call 335.3780 avail March 4. 219 Main BookstoreHub
373.1376 both completely remodeled, some util 5.5 5 Roommates Customer Service Desk
$350 and $260. Call David 373
2195.1 paid. M-F8am-4.30 pm
8022. 2.26.10.2 master bedroom.own bath.room for two 6 For Sale

Adult Student Wanted for own rm in clean people Oak Forest apts. $210/mo 1/3 util, 7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier Office
.
quiet NW G'ville home. $230/mo Covers WALK TO UFIII StudioS $210 1BD $235 cable In room. Call anytime 335.1513 m/f/ M f 8 am 9pm. Sat noon G pm

all bills No deposit 371.7703 Lv Msg. 2. 2BD $285. College Park Properties: 411 1635 8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm

20.5.1 NW 15 St. 371.7777 2.27.10.2
9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM
Good deall Studious male n/s/ needed to F. 8 am 4 30 pm
DUCK POND AREA share 3bdrm house. Own bdrm $140 mo 10 Wanted ,

FOR RENT: 1 Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street. & 1/3 util! 2 miles to UFo yard, cat. Call Services By Mall
$235 Month. Phone 377.2615. 22811.2 373-2078. 21635 11 Use forms appearing weeklyin

2 UNFURNISHEDWalk 12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry, no cash by
One Block from campus Very Large room Nonsmk m/f to share 2bd 1 bth apt walking mail. MC, VISA, or checks only.
nice house, cable in room, SW area, distance to UF $110 month ft 1/3 utilities. 13 Help Wanted
to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280,
$195/mo utilities Included Greg 378.3291. Call 376-1283 for details 2.20.5.5 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 2.28.10.2 14
Plus LMR Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs. Payment by VISA or Mastercard
Roommate Wanted to Share 3br/2ba 15 Personals
Santa Fe Trace Apts 3781190. 43075 ONLY Five dollar minimum,
WINDMEADOWS APTS. Condo In Sparrow on Tower Road
2 1 1,2, & 3 Bedroom $175/mo/ & 1/3 util Call Drew at 332.8436 16 Connections MF8:30.4pm.O : .

Pool, Tennis, Laundry leave 2.20.5.5Avail
Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373.3558 message 17 Notices How to correct

washer/dryer available In most units for Nowl ibdr in 3bdr Apt. has micro, 18 Rides

$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 18.2B, 1 & 2 Bath WILLIAMSBURG APTS. bar, and huge TV. Near CJ s $187.50/mo/ cancel your ad:

$250.$350, sec & Imr. 372.6422. 4.30. AVAILABLE NOWIII A 1/3/ utll. 3355441. 2.19.4.5 19 Pets

75.2 1 t.2 TH 4 3 Bdrms 20 Lost & Found Cancellations:

Pool, Laundry Need A Rmmt? Avail Nowl F N/S Own Rm Call 373.FIND Mon. Fri, 8.4 pm.
SPACIOUSONE 1 Block to UF/Shands full ba, washer, dryer Oxford Manor Rent
No refunds can be given.
BEDROOM APT 2000 SW 16th St. *** 378.1253. Nego Call 3778034. 22155
ONLY $260MO.LYONS / .

APT MOUNT VERNON APTS. WIlliam Iburg Village N/S student lor Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Check ad the FIRST day it runs
I 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-8797 your
& 2 Bedrooms turn twnhse 6mo lease $240/mo 1/2
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Call 373 FIND with any corrections before
4 30 71 2 .
PoolLaundryClose util, 1blk from Shands/UF 336.4257. 2 ONLY
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INCREDIBLE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389 .
DAYS after
Efficiency Apt. they are placed. 1Mb AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Corrected
2.28.10.2 n/s to share 2br 1 ib townhouse in quietsw
Starting at $185 area 165 1/2util close to UF and Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

Starting at $23512/ Bedroom Shands prefer mature person 378.5627 Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 22155M placing the ad. Changes called: in after
110 NW 39th Ave, MOBILE HOMES: Evenings THREE days to appear Ads the first day will not be compensated.

378-3988 or F clean, nonsmoking student needed may run for any length of time
375-3861 3 FOR RENT/SALE lor own rm in 4bd3ba house move in now and be cancelled at time. Customer error or changes:
any .
4 30.70 2 or b4 Mar 1. $140 per mo 37.50 sec 336 Corrections must be made In person at
1986 14x60 Mobile home for sale/rent located 3925. 21935 Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON

$299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL in Ga nesville. Call 462.4292. 2.21. for cancelled ads, There will be a $2.00 correction fee
Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. Pool,Tennis, 5.3
Sauna, Gym and more. 6 FOR SALE

STONERIDGE APT.

3800 SW 34th St. 375.1121 SUBLEASE: BRAND NAME COMPUTERSAs

Offer valid to qualified application only low as $25/mo no $ down

4.30.62.2 4 HOUSE/APT. FREE Catalogue over 50,000 FOR SALE FOR SALE

customers 1 1-800.825.7283
ALOHA GARDEN APTS Lovely 3 BR/2 219306 MICRO CENTERComputers/ 376.1146 Marshall 100 watt Guitar Amp and 4.12

bath all amenities, near Shands VA Shop- Very nice 2bd/2ba apt Camelot unfurn Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate cabinet channel switching, effects loop

ping 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555. 216.15.2 Fireplace. barbeque, pool. view. $550/mo. Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more H P. Price same or lower than mail and footpedal both for $900 obo 377
373 4696 2 15 10-4 .
anytime order. 5795. 2-16 5 6
Systems below include
brands are all at our New Location! Car 1mb, 40mb

Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372 ((28ms), graphics monitor, ".
ARE YOU HAVING Sublease Apt: I bdll ba, new carpet, central 2070. 4-30.75-6 MC 286/12/ $1195, Packard Bell $1295, TV: Color, Sharp I 19* w/remote Exc con

RENTAL PROBLEMS? heat/air, wash/dry hook-up. $235/mo MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 ditlon Must Sell $165 OBO Call 336.0300

Call Our Leasing Office first, no last & $100 sec. 395.0066 or CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest $2399. PB 286 laptop w// hd & battery after 6pm 21656

for Super Sp.clalslll!!! 3325459. 21674 beet and lowest' priced car stereo $1999. CompuAdd 810 wi 20mb & graph.

2 BEDROOM BATH tore In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St. ics monitor $970. 1 1113 year warranties Johnson .
Meadows 25' MAKO Center Console 235hp
Wind -3bdr/3ba, own ,
.
3 BEDROOM BATH 4-30 75 6 Onsite warranties Panasonic I 1180
printer
INCL. room/baor( share) $175/mo./ for summer 20hp Mercury, Loran, Depthfmder,
WASHER/DRYER/ $185, HP Laser Jet .
lip $1049. 4110 SW .
Many extras dual axle trailer. 1 493
months, negotiable. Call Cassia 336 ,
OXFORD MANOR Rockford, Fotgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, 34th St 308 W Unlv Ave 4.30-65.6 1376 216.5.6Yamaha
1133. 2.15.8.4
Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best
Car Sterio Installers In town Car Stereo Alpha Byte Computers 286, 1mb ram,
377-2776 excel!
Oxford Manor, 2bdr/2ba/ Save $, Call now Riva Scooter, low miles,
30mb hard
10 Go. 3751834. 4 30 75 6 floppy, mono, dos, warranty
call 376
2 16 12 2"Check 336 1781 Lv. message 2.23.10.4 $1270, similar 386s $1425. xt $980. 495 cond., helmet Incl., $350 obo,

3659 219.108Rallegh 4587 21536 _
RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
Our New Specials'All Seriously CHEAP Rentllll
for dorm We dellverl .
Amenities Available Sublet tbd in 3bd/2ba/ apt $157 & 1/3 your or apartment. 12 Computer, Perfect for Student IBM com
Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave -spd Fuji del Rey 12-spd.
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED close to UF, SFCC. We smoke, have pets Great bikes Pentex pat, 30MB hard drive two floppy drives
377.5285. 6 blocks E, of campus 2 23 35mm camera, case,
Roommates Available Call 3772435. 21954 136 lenses 375.7178 Iv message 2.15.5.8 ((1.44 & 360)), mouse, modem, software,
We're No. 1 complete system I $900 Must seal Call

REGENCY OAKS 2bd/1ba/ until Aug 90, renewable $330/mo/ Gibson electric Kevin 336-8159. 2.111.5-8
CAR ALARMS Installed remote control guitar I 75. Peavey Audi
378.5766 A util Feb rent pd, now avail Oak Glade
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any car truck or van fully guaranteed will tion 30 amplifier $70 336 3955. 21556
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3230 SW Archer Road Apts close to UF 372 6422 wk day 10Spm .
demo. Call 338 9193 student Iv. message. Microsoft BUS mouse new Paintbrush/
COUNTRY GARDENS 2.19.5.4Sun 2.28.34-6 Rockford Fosgate Punch 45 power amp $79; IBM PS/2 mouse $30: Meanstreets

373.4500 $150; Cerwm Vega 15" woofers In box; Adv game best EGA/VGA graphics and
2001 SW 16th Street Bay ((712 SW 16 Ave 313)) spacious MTX 10 woofers $100. 336-3955. 2.15. sound $30; **Joe 373-4782 eve** 2-
unf 2 until 8/90./ COMPUTERPackard
4.30.58.2 1 br/1 ba new carpet pools 5.6 1956
Available now Feb. tree $280/mo. Call Bell 286, 12mhz, 40mb hard _

1BDR WALK IN CLOSET Village West 392.9306. 220.54 drive, 5.25 1.2 floppy, 3.5 1.44 floppy, DOBERMAN PUPS

800 NW 18 Ave, take 9 St. N from 16 Ave 1mb ram, vga hi-res color monitor, lyr Purebred warlock dogs w// blue GIBSON SG Great Condo $275 wcaseAMPOPeavy
Office: 411 NWI5St.371.7777. 2.27-10- Matching couch A loveseat $95. Recliner warr, 4 mths on'site, $1849, call 335 4f $100 Call genes, 3m Classic Tube VT series Am.
ea. 373-8528. 21556
2 $40. Waterbed rails $15 Yamaha key. 1300. 2-20.14.6 Metal dist $130 "*371.4750 Marc 2.15.
board $140. Lotus elect. guitar $100.338. 36
3 piece sectional couch, light in
1 BDR apt; fans, cent. ht/air; carpet; mini, 8954 21934 Car Alarms;Autopage,Chapman. Home good condition & 2 tables, $140 green,

vertical blinds; on bus, near UF; $275, and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul, Sherwood Please call Tracy at 332.4567. 21556 neg. WATERBED super single with heater and
including water. 3730701. 21672 5 ROOMMATES and more We Beat All Prices! headboard. Only $100. Call 3789218
373.3754. 4.30.69.6 Please leave message 2.19.5.6

Attractive large apt Pickwick Park 2 BRANDYWINE FURNISHED Bikes More, Ine Large selection' of
bedrms 2 1/2 baths Near UF, Shands, used bikes $55 t up w/wsrrsnty/ 1989 Honda Spree scooter. Lt blue, low
2bdr/iba, Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge 2 Pinball machines at $150 each Call Jayat
Butler Plaza $495 377.5355 3328001. Kryptolok 18.912133 NW 81h SI. 373- rules. looks A runs great! $350 obo, call
1/2 ml to UF $230/mo for own room .
pool, 372 2900 M F 9 5. 216106 6574 2.22-10.6 336.0252. 21536
1672 .
& 1/2 cable & util 372-2857, Dennis 2


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UP LOCATION! 15 room house INSURANCE LOW RATES at Or. 86 3002x while burgundy interior BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
Imports from Africa. Beauty supplies CH/AC./ Good condition! Rented. In- ange & Blue Insurance. Drive thru In Butler loaded T-top, digital dash, radio/cass
Mention this ad and get 20% oil lelect tment/lraternlty/other. $130,000 Plaza. We care. Call us 1st Control in leering wheel $8900 OBO. Ph
clothing. Good thru Feb. 615 W Univ 336- 378-6852own.r. 3.7.42.7 377-CARS. 223-10-9 376-6512 2-16-3-9 1233 NW 10th Ave
\ 9397 2-23-8-6 372-1664
TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA, eat In 85 T-BIrd White, New Tires Automatic, 1987 Ford Tempo LX Cruise, tilt, air, MC/VISA/lnsurance
Ticket For Sale I-way to Seattle. March 1. kitchen, pool, tennis. washer dryer, Forest Excellent Condition $3,995. Call 1-496- AM/FM./ Cassette, PS. PB, like new 5- Free Pregnancy Test
r Call 3368872. 227-10-6 of Unicorn NW area easy financing 2448. 2-16-10 speed $5800 obo. Call Rich at 335.6143 Member
374.5401. 3-1-21-7 Iv message 2-20-5-5 National Abortion Federation
' Men's 5-spd Class Act, Trail Mate Bicy Sporty red 84 Renault In good looking and 43075.11
cle 3 wits old w/ light & lock $175. 42" REAL ESTATE LICENSESat. running condition; has radio, air, more Ford Pinto '73, excellent engine, $200.
X 30' adjustable drafting table parallel classes start 2-24 $175. $1700 takes It. Nicole 395-9810. 2-15-5- Call Jennifer: day 378-2300 eve 373- SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE?
4 $75 table top gas grill, 1 mo. old, great Appraiaer-state certified 2-27-90 9 4495. Must sell! 2-20-5-5 Get confidential testing and treatment at
lor cooking out $50. 371-0135. 2-16-3-6 The Florida Center 371-2787. 22210.7 PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 4-
83 Chevy Cavalier-Good condition $1700 71 VW Westphalia Camper, Ford V.6 engine 30-75-11 I
Moosehead maple desk w/center drawer, OBO. Call 3380300. After 6pm. Must no rust, great cond., $1750, 332-
8
chair, $75. Royal Alpha 110 electronic MOTORCYCLES Sell. 2-16-5-9 6561 2-23.5.9 AAA STORAGE
sell-correcting typewriter, $75. Call 335- Close to UF Convenient
2198. 2-16-3-6 '87 Red Honda Spree scooter, excellent 86 Chrysler Laser XT Turbo. T-Top many Mercury Zephyr 81 station wagon PB/PS./ 4x4x4 $15/mo
condition, must sell $430. Call 376-3114 options, Must Sell $4500. Firm 373.2073. auto, ./C, am-lm cass, excel condo $1450 4x8x8 $25/mo
after 6pm. 2183.8 2-16-5-9 3354997. 2-19-4-9 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771

I 430-7511 I
1985 Interceptor. Runs great, excellent Colt '85. Sspd 4 door, ale, dependable, 1987 VW Cabriolet 5-spd cherry red w/
kdvertise Already ; condition, extras $1900. 373-6397. 2-20- good condition 86K miles, MUST SelL. blk top. Perfect engine. 60,000 miles,
5-8 $1900. Call 376-0512. 2-21-7-9 adult driven. All service records. $9700 ** GATOR MOVING **

335-6813 2-20-5-9 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- .,
, 'itam/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves, Long dis
\ 80 Dodge OMNI, fastback, Sports model Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374-4791 430-75-11
exc/cond, cold air, 4-spd $975. 372.8973
from 8.5pm M-Sat. 2204.9 SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons .
boarding woodser facilities *
VOLVO 1979 4speed, AC, AM.FM radio, hay rides parties sales working
excellent condition $2850 Tel. 336-3961 students accepted. 466.3224, 375.8080.
4.30.75.11
1982 Honda Accord 4dr Sspd 84500mi. A
good car for the money, $2200 obo. All
offers considered, please call 395.9633. *SUNBELT MOVING*

.. Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies
JEEP CJ5 v6 4wd: a 71 with low mlg 1 Item-House lull Local/Lng/ dist Lie/Ins/
They can mags, roll bar and solt-topnot( Included) Priced for Students I Marty 375.MOVE 4-
Everything works $999. Bob 33S-0921 30-75-11
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CAR BUYERS: I graduated from *FREE*

Florida In 84. Now I lawn my own Com Pregnancy Test
makeyour pany. I will r.veallO you what car dealers Gainesville Women's
averageanythingbut. desperately don't want you to know about HEALTH CENTER
buying a car For Into write to: Consumer 720 NW 23rd Avenue
Auto Consultants/Auto Buyers' Club of 377.5055ABORTION

Florida/2215 SE 14th Ave.. Suite 56, (To 24 Wks)
Ocala, FL 32671. 2-21-5-9 BIRTH CONTROL

Gynecology Services
10 WANTEDLocal 43071.11

MOVING?
Artist needs: GOLD, Gems Class
Resourceful student w/ full size truck willbeat
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine
n any price 'in town. 3369461 3-8-30-
373-9243. 4-30-75-10
Riv Jewelry 11 OJ

We buy Cruiser Bikes Bikes & More Inc.
ONE STOP DENTISTRY
2133 NW 6th St. 373.6574. Gator Cycle
3321 Archer Rd. 373.3962. BuySelltTrade Accepting new pta emerg.
.Rent 22210.10 Adult cleaning $30 child $20
((4)wisd) tee $325, ((3)wisd) tee $250
((2)wisd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide
WANTED: Band to play at apt. complex
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Accept MCVAE. 2.28.19.11
pool party, Apr 7 Contact 373.7579. 2-
18-5.10
PRO DJ SERVICEIII

Lots of exp pro equip., plenty o' tunes.For .
Disabled person would like to rent/lease,
the most fun call CJ at 3758483.
possibly buy, a used Macintosh Com
puter. Please call Don 37?.9838. Leave
Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no
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2-19-5-10
message security deposit write S. Marion 1100
Tudor Dr Dept. A-1, G'ville. 32607 3-8-
Wanted Female to drive elderly woman 20.11
to: Grocery Store, Dr. Appointments, etc.
Call 335-2739 3714744. 2.21.5.10
44464 or Problems in Math? Then call Greg Professional .
ad asAm 04mow and Reliable Tutoring offered.
11 SERVICESNW Tlf. 377.7415 Leave message. 2-20.5.


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SERVICESMAIL HELP WANTEDAVON HELP WANTEDSummer BUSINESS PERSONALSLike

IN RESUMES: Tennis? Love Nike products? Then
send data address phone and check 375-8967 Jobs Outdoors Over 5,000, 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS stop by & check out the latest at E Z
for $22.50 to J Crabtree: 701 SW 62nd Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. Openingsl! National Parks Forests, Fire Tennis We have It..periodl! 2-21-5-15
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days Additional linen COPies $5 per 25. Wyoming, Kalispell, MT 59901, 3820. trade, rent & repair Great prices. DUAL NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get
2.19-5.11 EARN $35 13 ITY, CDCS 818 W Unlv, 3380378. 430 special student discounts on exams and
This week for new donors for 2 plasma 75-14 all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
donations on our new automated machines Help Wanted dependable delivery drivers 377-0881. 4.30.75.15
TYPING Special bonus programs each contact Ed at Joe's Dell at 34 St. How to study for exams and pass. Study
month. Free refreshments, free parking. 378-2028. 2-19-9-13 plan shows how to handle your toughest Look Your Best EverydaylCall
12 SERVICESYOU Experienced staff serving you since 1S69 course (even if you have to crami) Send Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc for
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WRITE, WE TYPE SW 4th Ave. 378.9431 Mon-Fri 8-7 Sat. colleges. We are seeking responsible. 14252 Gainesville, FI 32604 220514 unwanted facial & body hair, 374-4307
Business Legal Personal Reports 8-2. 4-30.73-13 honest, motivated people or fulltime man, 4-30-75-15
Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc agerial position Great career opportunities .
G'ville Handicapped TYPing APPLICATORSWE competitive salary, and benefits II 15 PERSONALSLADIES Good tennis shoes under $30; tennis
378-7179 TRAIN FT/PT/ interested, Please call 371-6954. 2-23- shorts, shirts, skirts 25"%. off, shirts 30%
4.30.75.12 WE TRAIN FT/PT MAKE MONEYWe off, aeorbic wear 50"%. off where? E Z
/ $9 hr finishers (non-union) CRUISE SHIP JOBS EARN TOP $$$ buy & sell good used clothing. Tennis 34 St. 2215.15
*Typing reports business legal / $14 hr mgmt (entry level) WEEKLY 1-800-926-8447 EXT C1170. 2- Call Second Act. 373-8527. 43075.15
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papers special characters employ- office: Chemistry Techs, Individuals 87 SW 34th St 372-7482
ment databases ma Imerge training. CAMP COUNSELOR NEEDED FOR CO- needed Immed to assist scientists in 43075 SPRING BREAKBahamas
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Service Masters in English Will correct Tennis balls still $1 1.88 limit 2. 34 St
are ,
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spelling radio and rocketry Pioneering applicants should apply to:
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and lor ropes challenge course Other Gainesville FL 32602 EOE M/F. 2-19-5-
Great Typing* English maj/ret)/ court rptr
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service. Reasonable rates. Laser Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ). 190 Linden Ave, by 2/28/90 to Tri.County Engineering 14 Jewish calendar 9 Firm 47 Paulo -"
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CRUISE SHIP JOBS. Stewards, Stewardess Outstanding brother/sister sports
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camps on 22mi lake near "On Golden
Maintenance. Earn top dollar, guar 18 Valuable violin school letters
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GATOR TYPING Fast Accurate Low anteed 1-800-926-8447 openings Call ext now c1188.for summer 2.16.513 avail Robmdel (girls) 215884 19 Melon cover 22 Speechify ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE:

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I IFC SHOE SALEall DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich special to do on that first date? How about Finder ?
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shoesl bowling at Alley Katz. It's fun. Come on
Featuring Nike Reebok, Avis & If you find something you can place a
Cancun $299 .__. Jamaica $299 more. Save '10 to 40%. Lloyd Clarke 15 1620 W Univ. Open 7am to 7pm. 2-23-8- out, you'll be glad you did. 2-19-5-16' FREE ad In this section Be kind to some

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Limited Space.For & beer Look In the PaperMmt for meet, and you are fun, sincere, 21-25' ,
medallion with
more InlolrelCall 5pm-9pm. **DYNAMIC NAILS** coupons Lanes available Mon.Thull alter straight-looking and lonely then write to LOST: Fraternity key ring
8-10' keys, 3 colored. REWARD to
332-6854 approx
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800-783-2262
Art, Alrbrushing, Manicures, Pod 16
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59pm: it the Reitz for
offer manicure, pedicure, nail a look at the New Age Movement. What 9 SW 1st St. 378-9204. Apts. stolen Sunday p.m. 2-11 If found
sculpting, nail artistry, wraps, electrolysis 2-28-15-16 please call 377-0156 after 5pm. 2.15-3-20
Christian
& waxing. 4432 NW 23rd Ave. Suite 9 every should know. 491-3475' Jell B-l had a choice between taking youor

373-9790 Open Mon.Sa1810 8. 2-16-10- 2-15-3-15' a horse to Woodser unfortunately the Friendly Straight looking for computer-in FOUND: Black Bike on Museum Rd. on
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coachescan Threat of sanctions hurts signing I IBy



backto years probation had to be a factor in it." Pensacola Pine Forest linebacker Lateef
go ALEX MARVEZ Miami Northwestern's Marvin Jones, the Travis ((6-3, 215 pounds) and Pompano
Alligator Writer state's top-rated linebacker, had similar Beach Ely fullback Zach Crockett ((6-2,

Since being named football coach at UP fears and signed with FSU. 215)).

real jobsSteve six weeks ago, Steve Spurrier has come a Spurrier said he was not surprised Roberson West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman
long way in cleaning up the Gators' tar- was reminded of possible sanctions wide receiver Chris Jones, who is consid-
nished image. against UF. ering signing with UF, Michigan or Michi
Spurrier's secretary is really happy But apparently those efforts weren'tenough "Just about all these players on the list gan State, postponed a Wednesday news

today. to prevent two highly touted In- have been told that, so he was not the first conference and will announce his decision
No, she isn't really happy because she state high school players who had ex- player to be told," Spurrier said. Monday.
received box of choco-
a big football-shaped
lates for Valentine's Day. pressed an interest in signing with the Jones, who was sought by all three state
Gators to instead sign Wednesday with and Alabama
schools as well as Oklahoma ,
sheisn't UFi.Ign.-Includ.mm,position' ,high school,height
And she isn't really happy because
.t Florida State. did not;consider UF until Spurrier arrived. and weight:
basketball coach Don DeVoe's secre- Pete Archie, DB,Houston C E King,6-0,165,Jay Austin,OB,
James Roberson, a linebacker from Lake of the best coaches to .
"Spurrier was one
,
St Petersburg Northeast ( 3 202: Chris Bllkie FB, Biadenton
tary.Phyllis Wales, changed his verbal commitment talk to, because he would sit down and talk Manatee, 6-3, 210; Craig Carey, OL, Wentworth ((1.10)), 63, 275,
Boyd is really happy because when Tuesday night from UF to Florida State. with you like he was your age"Jones said. Zach Crockett, n/ Pompano Beach Ely,62,215 1 Kendall I Cook
people call the football office today and askif PK, Lake Gibson, ,Terry Dean, OB, Naples.Barren Collier I :
Lake Wales coach James Hale said he "He's a real good guy, but to me, they're 2,180,
Steve Spurrier is there, she can happily believed someone told Roberson the Ga- unpredictable."That Kevin Freeman, TB, Bradenton Manatee, 6-1,190; Michael
reply, "Yes, he is. Gilmore' DB, Chipley. 81', 180, Greg Gin geleski, OL, Sarasota
tors, who are under NCAA investigationand probation stuff.. down the line, Rivervww li 6-t, 260, Dean Golden I OL, South Plantation I 6.6, 235,
face possible sanctions, were going to you don't know what's going to happen. Aubrey Hill, WR, Carol City, 511,165; Harrison Houston, WR
-0- Ron Pensacola Pine Forest,5.8, 160
Kaspriske ;
be placed on probation."He They downplay it" Eddie Lake, DB,Tarpon Springs 5.1 1,175;Kedra Malone,TB,
LAST (Roberson) said he'd feel more com- Among the 19 players UF signed Niceville.9,175,George Rushing,TE.. Miami American 6-4,225,
CALLThat's David Swain, DT. Lake Brantley, 6 4, 255, Lateef, Travis, LB
fortable at FSU, Hale said. The fact some- Wednesday,two were top in-state prospectswho Pensacola Pine Forest, 6-3, 215, Scott Travis OL, New Rochelle
one told him Florida was going to get three had not previously given commitments (NY I 1,65,245,

because today is Feb. 15,or if you'rea

The college Day After.football recruiter like Spurrier UF netters shut down Seminoles, 7-2 I


Besides being the day millions of people breaker, Holton argued with Shields
have to scramble to find a belated Valentine'sDay By GUERRY SMITH about call the
a on previous point.
card for their mother also marks .' Alligator Writer
today ;'!11'r He proceeded to lose the next seven
the beginning of the end for recruiting high : _, For the second consecutive time, games, but he rebounded to win the
school football players.No <<' '; the UF men's tennis team overcamea final set 6-4 to give UF an insure
more plane flights to Pahokee to pursue iJ. loss at No. 1 singles to win a dual mountable 5-1 lead. He won the last
a place-kicker, and no more phone calls match.This time the victim was flor- point with an overhead smash,punc-
t< Callahan to collect a cornerback. Spurrier ida State, which lost to the Gators tuating the Gators' victory."It .
rand his band of merry men can retire their 7-2 Wednesday afternoon at the Var-
insurance salesmen jackets for another year sity Courts. was a dog fight," UF coach Ian
and become football coaches again.If "'- With the victory, UF improved to Duvenhage said about the dual
any high school senior wanted a football 2-0. FSU fell to 13. match. "I 1 felt some of our guys
scholarship from UF, he could have signeda X vmom. UF's top player, David Blair, lost played extremely well." Gary
letter of intent Wednesday, otherwise 6-4, 6-3 to Stephen Noteboom. Blair Finnegan beat Neil Krefsky 6-2,6-4;
known as national signing day. started slowly in both sets, falling Haddad beat Scott Shields 6-0, 6-2;
National signing day has been a source of behind 4-1 in the first and 3-0 in the Jim Spencer beat Greg Gusky 6-4,
depression at UF these past few years. NCAA second. Although he rallied to tie 3-6, 6-4; and Tom Finnegan beat
probation, coupled with Florida State and Finnegan each time, he could not Blair's older brother, Don, &-3, 61.
Miami's rise to power in the football ranks, win another game.

had left UF with the state's leftovers.But The pivotal match of the day in- In doubles, Jeff Majer and Spencer -
in just a month and a half, Spurrier volved Rick Holton at No. 3 singles. beat Noteboom and Krefsky 6-4,
seems to have gained a lot of lost ground on The senior from Sarasota battled the 6-7, 6-1; Haddad and Finnegan lost
the Seminoles and Hurricanes and UF has flu and his temper to beat FSU's to Shields and Guskey 3-6,6-1,6-4;
returned full growl to the recruiting battle. KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOA Scott Shields, the No. 1 player for and Sam Ridlon and Warren Brooks
UF signed 19 high school seniors Wednes- David Blair opened strong, but lost at No. 1 singles the Seminoles last year, 7-6,0-6,6-4. defeated Don Blair and Adam

day, including some of the best athletes the Wednesday. After winning the first-set tie- Schwartz 13.. .
Gators have signed since former running
back Emmitt Smith and linebacker Huey Tigers slash Gators 7555as
Richardson came to Gainesville. Lady Gators

Among the notable signees are the state's

rade magazine All-America linebacker Lateef StetsonLea
Travis.
Press International Auburn took advantage of seven UF Henry won her first game as UF Interimwomen's
Dean 6-foot-2,180 has been rated
pounds,
turnovers and converted 17 of 25 basketball coach.
the state's for his AUBURN Ala. Forward Derrick
top quarterback drop-back -
shots from the field in the first half to
ability and strong arm. Dennison scored 22 points Wednes- Her squad shook off the turmoil surroundingthe
take a 37-19 lead at intermission.By .
Meanwhile,Travis may be the best playerin day night, leading Auburn to a 75-55 sudden departure of Coach Carol Whitmireand
the state. The 215-pounder from Pen- Southeastern Conference victory over contrast, the Gators made only pasted Stetson 84-64 Wednesday night at the
sacola Fine Forest is fast, strong and, accord- UF in front of 6,479 at Eaves Memorial eight of 23 shots from the field in the O'Connell Center.

ing to Spurrier, has the rare ability to run Coliseum. opening period, helping them work And everyone had a good time in the process.

r. down a running back. The Gators, paced by 19 points into a hole. Henry and her squad said they had fun whip-

Darn well better. from guard Renaldo Garcia, droppedto That hole was too deep for them to ping the hapless Lady Hatters as five Lady Gators
Spurrier also managed to sign a mammoth 6-15 overall, 2-11 in the conference. dig out of in the second half.. UF scored in double figures.

offensive tackle in Greg Gingeleski. UF further cemented its hold on last committed six more turnovers, Au- "(After the game) I told my girls,'I don't know
Gingeleski ((6-9,270)) is roughly the size of a place in the league with its 10th con- burn kept the pace, and its lead never about you, but I had a great time,' Henry said.
Yugo and has a lot of potential, Spurrier said. secutive loss and 13th in last 15th. was smaller than 13 points. Inten- "Everybody had fun tonight," senior point

4 Overall, the recruiting class contains a Forward John Caylor added 13 tional fouling by the Gators in the late guard Camille Ratledge said of her last appear-
strong balance of skill players and linemen. points for the Tigers ((10.14, 5-7)). For going accounted for the final margin. ance at home.Freshman .
Spurrier thinks that although they missed the Gators, center Dwayne Davis
signing some of the players they wanted to, chipped in 16. Gators coach Don DeVoe cited his center LaTonya McGhee had the
they're fairly satisfied with who they broughtin. team's ball control as the reason for best time of all, leading UF with 19 points and
Gators their
The playing now- the loss. 15 rebounds. Junior guard Sophia Witherspoonadded
trademark slow-down offense, was Ineffective -
15 points, and Casandra Washington had
Now Spurrier and the assistant coaches against Auburn's man "We tried to control the tempo of 13 points and 12 rebounds as UF improved to
4 can sit back in their offices and start drawingup defense. UF held close for the first the game,but they capitalized on mis- 1310. _
Xs and Os again. three minutes,but seemed to fall apart takes on our part," DeVoe said. GREGG DOYEL
They also can answer the phone. not much later. Thaf the mark of a very good team."

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