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VOLUME 83, NUMBER 105 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1990





fee hiked to fix fire code violations


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By RONALD DUPONT JR. "It's a necessary enhancement to our se- be powered at a lower voltage and that $85 a semester to $948.

Alligator WriterA curity program," said James Grimm, hous- emergency lights, smoke detectors and Fire code violations discovered in class-
ing director "It's someplace a student can emergency horns were needed.To room and office buildings were paid for by
state order mandating that UF correct go if there's trouble." pay for the improvements,the new fall money given to UF by the state Legislature.The .
$3.1 million in fire code violations has forced The single largest new expenditure,how- rental rates for a standard double, air-condi- Board of Regents, a 13-member panel
administrators to raise Fall dormitory rental ever, is for fixing numerous fire code viola- tioned room will be$745 a semester,up from that oversees the state's nine universities,
rates by nearly 10 percent the third tions that were discovered by the State Fire the current rate of $678. For a non-air-con- said students must pay for repairs in dormi-
largest increase since 1980. Marshall in 1988, Grimm said. ditioned double room, the new rate will be tories and married housing.
$565 a semester, up from $514.In .
The increased rates including a 6-per- Those inspections occurred shortly aftera
cent hike for married housing also will fire burned down Johnson Hall and an- Beaty Towers,the new rate would jump "These are considered auxiliary build-
pay for the staffing of a 24-hour-a-day deskin other gutted a room in Jennings Hall. The by $71 a semester to $789, and the average ings, and they must be self-supporting,"
each of the dormitories. inspections showed that alarms needed to single room in Yulee Hall would jump by Grimm said.Martinez.


picks



FSA tuition planBy


RONALD DUPONT JR.

wR Alligator WriterIn

the first alliance of its kind, Gov. Bob Martinez
7 disregarded a tuition proposal made by the Board of
Regents and instead supported a proposal by UF Student
Body President Ed Scales.
The governor's support comes after a spirited Scales
Ww gently pounded his fists on a table at a January regents
meeting and said the Regents would lose if they decidedto
oppose him and the Florida Student Association, a
student lobbying group Scales represented.
Thursday Scales praised Martinez's actions as a mile-
stone and said it will send a strong signal to the legisla-

ture.The
Legislature has the final word on how much of a

tuition increase, if any, will be made.
"Martinez's support shows that students are credible
policy makers, more credible obviously than the Board of
Regents,"Scales said. "This is a clear sign that the Board
needs to rethink its tuition increases."
The Regents a 13-member panel that oversees
KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR Florida's nine state universities had suggested that
Roots author Alex Haley speaks to an O'Connell Center audience Thursday night. tuition be raised by 15 percent for both in-state and


Haley captivates O'Dome crowd out-of-state The FSA,students.however, recommended that tuition be raised

... by 8 percent for in-state students and 18 percent for
out-of-state students. Scales pointed out that even with an
tail about one emotional scene of the only felt. And it moved him. Florida's out-of-state tuition levels
By JANET THOMAS 18 percent increase,
Alligator Writer 12-hour television miniseries.The Back in the 1870s,whites of the Old would be lower than most in-state levels in other states.
scene was when a new slave South never would have dreamed of Peck for Martinez, said the gover-
Jon press secretary
Through the story-telling tech- rejected his christened English name sharing a room with blacks. But as he nor found the FSA plan more realistic than the Regents'.
niques that have made him one of the that was to take the place of his Afri- looked over the almost evenlymixedcrowd "The levels recommended by the student associationwere

most successful writers in history, can name. For that, he was beaten. he said the younger genera- reasonable and obviously could be within the
author Alex Haley brought more than During the scene,the slave was hung tions have come a long way. means of most students," Peck said.
1,000 listeners back into his child- by his hands and whipped. the
"We represent answer they Martinez also recommended that the Legislature ap-
hood at the O'Connell Center Thurs- When the overseer asked his could have never dreamed of," he prove an additional$2 million in financial aid to help offset

day night. name, the slave kept calling out his said. "We are the answer to'their the tuition increases, Peck said.
sat with behind hisgrandmother's
They white Haley wicker rocking African name until finally, relent- prayers." The governor's 8-percent tuition increase translates intoan
lessly, he whimpered out his new Haley mentioned the theme for extra $64-a-year expense for the average full-time,
chair the front porch of their North
on
name. Haley spoke about the emotions Black History Month 1990-"Racial in-state student, while a 15-percent increase as the
Carolina home listening to tales of
,
on the set how other actors Harmony A new beginning" and Regents had recommended would cost the same stu-
the old days. His grandmother and
wanted to run out and grab the over- said how important it was for the dent an extra $120 a year.
about
five aunts reminisced
their great lives and relatives. seer and the man with the whip to younger generation to seek that har- For out-of-state) students, the Regents' proposal would
make them stop the torture.In mony. add $534 a year to tuition. FSA's plan would add $560.
Haley said he never thought Roots,
the story of his family that started on the final seconds of the scene, "We are in a society that has so Regents Chairman Charles Edwards could not be
that porch when he was six,would be after the slave was untied,an old slave much to be done, but it has come a reached for comment Thursday but had said earlier he
so successful. He Just wrote, on a watching held him and cried, "there long way. We need to look into one would not be surprised if the Legislature eventually de--:
cargo ship with his research and no will be a better day." another's culture," he said. "We may cided not to support a tuition increase.
phone or outside communication, an Haley said the reason that scene look and sound different but we are "It's like politics, and it's political suicide to advocate
atmosphere where he still does most was so emotional for him was becausethe all the same. raising taxes," he said at the Regents'January meeting.

of his writing.But part of the old slave, played by "We all share the same planet and Scales said he expects otherwise. There's no questionthat
it was discussing the filming of actor Lou Gossett Jr., was ad libbed. we will share the same destiny of the tuition needs to be raised,he said,and it makes senseto
Roots that brought the crowd to their The feeling Gossett portrayed could planet, and it shouldn't be a matter of put the burden on out-of-state students.
feet. Haley went into descriptive de- never have been acted, Haley said color." "This is a good political move," he said. "You're pot
"
putting heavy tax on Florida voters.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16.1990)


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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16,1990 ALLIGATOR 3


Athletic department. gambling report released

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By MIKE DAME nor charges are backup quarterback Shane tion. insufficient evidence to pursue such a
and RON KASPRISKE Matthews, walk-ons Brady Ackerman and UF Athletic Director Bill Am sparger re- charge against Rone and Francis, althoughthe
G.A.Mangus,and former Gators Hank Rone ceived the anonymous letter Oct. 13 and report stated that the two participatedin
Alligator Staff Writers and John David Francis. Ackerman and contacted Bernard, according to the report. a Fantasy Football betting game a
UF officials Thursday released their 58- Mangus also are recommended for a sec After speaking with the six players men second-degree misdemeanor offense -
page report on gambling in the Gators athletic ond-degree felony charge for taking bets tioned in the letter, Arnsparger suspendedall with the four suspended players.The report
department, one that recommendedKyle from the other players and placing them but Rone and Francis. also stated the two participated in legal
Morris and five other football playersbe with a bookmaker in Athens, Ga. Arnsparger was out t of town Thursday and racetrack and jai alai betting.
charged for illegally betting with book "I'm not really worried about (possible could not be reached for comment "Because of the discrepancy between the
makers. charges),"Ackerman said."I don't think the State Attorney Len Register, who re- two reports, I need to resolve that before I
School officials also may release the charges are going to stick anyway." viewed Bernard's report Wednesday after announce a decision," Register said. "I have
NCAA's ruling on the eligibility of Morris Francis, UF's starting place-kicker the noon, said he needs to talk to Francis and something in mind (for the other four"), butI
and three other if receivethe Rone before making decision first-de I want to announce it all at one time.
players today they past two seasons, and Rone, the starting a on
official letter sent to UF Monday by the punter last season,were not suspended with gree misdemeanor charges against them Register said he expects to announce his
NCAA. UF spokeswoman Linda Gray said the other four players Oct. 16.But accordingto because of a discrepancy between the UF decision by Wednesday.A .
Thursday the school knows the NCAA's the UF report prepared by general counsel police report and Bernard's report. second-degree felony conviction carriesa
decision, but will not release it until the Pamela Bernard, Francis and Rone were UF police's report accused the two former penalty of up to 15 years in jail and a
letter arrives. mentioned in the anonymous letter that led players of placing bets on pro football witha $10,000 fine,while a first-degree misdemeanor -
Among the players recommended to face to the other four players' suspension and bookmaker, a first-degree misdemeanor. is punishable by up to one year in jail
first-degree and second-degree misdemea- precipitated a UF police gambling investiga- Bernard's report,meanwhile,said there was and a $1,000 fine.
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Scholarshipagency r



loses



mail privilegesBy


CHRISTY HARRIS
Alligator WriterA

scholarship-finding service under investigationby
two federal agencies can no longer receive mailat a j ti
its Washington, D.C. address, a U.S. Postal Ser
vice inspector said Wednesday.The .
company under investigation the Academic
Council on Financial Assistance is basedin
San Diego.The Postal Service has put a restrain
ing order on its Washington, D.C. mailing address 41
until it can determine whether the company has
misused the mail system, Postal Inspector Douglas lot
Turner said.
"It allows the post office to withhold mail from an
organization until an action is completed," Turner t
said. "We didn't know who they were. We felt their
boxes were not necessarily correct"
The Academic Council sent letters to students at
I colleges across the country during the last few
months offering to find five to 25 scholarshipsources
for a $60 fee.
Academic Council office manager Susan Dieball t
said two weeks ago that the company opened the
post office box in Washington and changed its
letterhead in anticipation of a move that was never
made.In .
addition to the Washington, D.C. mail restriction
the Postal Service also has applied for a tem-
porary restraining order at the company's San Diego
address, said Carol Giamoni, a San Diego Better KEVIN WINIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR
Business Bureau counselor.But Leader of the pack
Dieball, who was unaware of the pendingsee Andl Winters of Let's Get Physical helps direct an aerobics class, sponsored by KISS 105 and LGP as part of
Health Awareness Week, Thursday afternoon on Fleming Field
SCholarshlppage 9


I White rights group rejects professor's offer to advise I

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But Thursday night, Wright and the group his interpretations of is a considerable concern about it anger.
DEBBIE CENZIPER
By other members decided against al- racial issues. Second, Haynes said with a lot of students," he said. 'There are some white people
Alligator Writer lowing Haynes to be the adviser. he would actively monitor the Wright said he would encouragethe that suppressed," Haynes said.
Aphilosophy professor who said Wright said he was hesitant to group for members or officers who professor to offer his opinions "But (blacks and whites) should
he would be the faculty adviser for accept Haynes,who was suggestedby he considered racist. about the group's ideologies, but both find ways to fix a system that
the white student union was turned the Coalition Against Bigotry, "I am concerned that there is said he was frightened about suppresses both groups."
down by the student group for fear because the professor frankly admitted racism and Ku Klux Klan connec- Haynes' threat to resign if he de- Wright said the professor told
he would try to undermine it, the he didn't agree with manyof tions that might be behind their cides the group is racist. him he may want to subvert the
group's leader said. the group's ideas. organization," he said. "I don't know what his definitionof group, and that is why the group
Associate Philosophy Professor "He might want to subvert us," Haynes, who said he is a radical a racist is," Wright said. "If a decided against him.
Richard Haynes said although he Wright said. "That makes us leftist, said he disagrees with the volatile situation." "I don't mind someone who is
doesn't agree with many of the worry, and we're not gonna be group's stance on Affirmative Action Haynes said if he could per leftist as long as they are neutral,
group's ideas,he's willing to serveas pressured to do something detri- and reverse discrimination, suade the group to redefine their they can't be seeking to overthrowus
their adviser. mental yet." but he could see a way to make energies and accusations about ," he said. "We'll take anybodyas
Electrical engineering junior Haynes said he was resistant sense out of some of the group's blacks, it would be more success- long as they can be removed
Mark Wright, the group's president also and decided to accept the position ideas. ful. He said discouraged white stu- enough to just give us advice."
met with Haynes Tuesdayand under two conditions. First, "I don't think there is a problemwith dents, especially those in the Alligator Writer Ana Acle con-
asked him to be their adviser. he said he must be allowed to offer Affirmative Action, but there poverty range, may misplace their tributed to this report.



4,ALLIGATOR FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16. IM


ELSEWHEREBarry Casual Cornerand


Delta Sigma Pi

indicted on 3 felony counts present
Dress For Success
WASHINGTON (UPI) A federal grand jury indicted he has a drug problem or admitted using cocaine.
Mayor Marion Barry Thursday on three felony The grand jury began investigating Barry more thana "Attain the leading edge"Tues.
counts of perjury and five misdemeanor counts of year ago, after a planned police drug raid at the Feb. 20th 7.00; p.m.
cocaine possession.The Ramada Inn was aborted when police saw Barry enter Williamson Hall Room 100-A
eight-count indictment charges Barry lied to the room occupied by Lewis, the subject of the inves- OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
the grand jury on Jan. 19,1989, when he denied using tigation.
drugs with former city worker Charles Lewis at a Lewis has since been convicted of drug crimes in
downtown Ramada Inn and in the Virgin Islands. Washington and the Virgin Islands, and told the grand
It also alleges Barry used illegal drugs on numerous jury he used drugs with Barry at the Ramada Inn @IC[ QN : ELTA KAPPA
occasions dating back four years.If repeatedly throughout December 1988.
convicted of all the charges, Barry could face 20 Barry testified before the grand jury early last year FLORIDA'S NATIONAL LEADERSHIP AND ACADEMIC HONORARYIS
years in prison and $1.25 million in fines. and denied using drugs with Lewis either at the ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP
Barry already faced a single misdemeanor count of Ramada or in the Virgin Islands. APPLICANTS MUST BE OF AT LEAST JUNIOR STANDING
cocaine possession after being arrested Jan. 18 whenhe The indictment alleges Barry "had seen Charles AND DEMONSTRATE LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE TO UP
crack cocaine Lewis with cocaine and narcotics IN AT LEAST ONE OF THE!FOLLOWING AREAS:
allegedly was videotaped smoking marijuana paraphernalia .
during an FBI-police sting operation. That count was either separately or in combination in the Districtof .SCHOLARSHIPATHLETICS
included in Thursday's indictment. No arraignment Columbia and the United States Virgin Islands (+) .STUDENT GOVERNMENT RELIGIOUS AND SOCIAL AFFILIATIONS+/ \
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date was set. between June 1986 and December 1988." .SPEECH JOURNALISM.MUSIC.MASS DRAMA MEDIA.,AND AND THE PUBLICATIONS FINE ARTS
Barry, 53, is an in-patient at the Hanley-Hazelden It also charges that Barry "received quantities of
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Center at St. Mary's Hospital in West Palm Beach, cocaine"from Lewis between March 1988 and Decem- ON THE THIRD FLOOR Of THE REITZ UNION(HOB) FRIDAY FEB. 10 P.H
Fla., undergoing treatment for substance abuse. He ber 1988, and that Barry "had given quantities of ,
has acknowledged abusing alcohol, but has not said cocaine to Charles Lewis in December 1988." -


. Negotiations lock out baseball players I v NURSING AND CAREER HEALTH DAY RELATED

NEW YORK (UPI) Baseball's spring training interest players," Fehr said. "It clearly would roll back
lockout officially began Thursday,keeping players out salaries. You're back to the same argument: Do you Tuesday Feb. 20 1990 -
of their Florida and Arizona training camps, while want to have salary caps? They say yes, we say no." Reitz Union Ballroom
negotiators worked to end the game's sixth labor Vincent has attended the last two bargaining ses- Time 2 4:30
: ;00 pm : pm
stoppage in the last 19 years. sions and made a series of suggestions, which on Employers attending include:
Thursday marked the first day players could reportto Tuesday led to hope of dialogue. Fehr, however, said
camps but a management directive will keep them he sees problems.
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bargaining agreement. tion,"he said. "They made the same proposal in 1985,
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it moved toward City Hall in the gathering darkness program of racial reform that included the release of
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16.1990.ALLIGATOR 5


Dangerous new flu virus has Senate approves funding

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I local health officials concernedBy for graduate council billBy


ANTHONY LEDERMAN claiming that GSC was "playing
," when the $640 passed and
Type A virus as expected. Alligator Writer games
Reports of influenza on campus are based mostlyon was then traded in by the membersfor
Alligator Writer symptoms. Accurate reports on the number of Jill Price, whose election motto the total amount. Berlin said he
Many students at UF already were dizzy and influenza cases depend on laboratory analysis of was"The Price is Right" said Tues- did not want to hear the other$3,000
nauseous with one type of flu this year, but now each virus, but most of the results that have come day night's Senate meeting and the because he feared it would effect the
that is the least of their problems- a deadly new back have been the Type A virus, Auth said. passage of the Graduate Student vote of all graduate students at
flu virus is turning up at the Infirmary. Tom Belcore, director of the Alachua County Council funding request remindedher Wednesday's election.At .
Type A influenza virus is already at epidemic Health Department, said vaccination before influ- of the TV" game show "Let's this point, confusion erupted.
stages in 19 states, and epidemiologists at the enza season is a way to avoid contracting the virus. Make a Deal. Senate President Amira Trebincevic
Center for Disease Control in Atlanta said the virus He said the health department offers influenza The delayed and controversial called a recess as senators argued
could kill 52,000 people, 10,000 more than in non- vaccination in the fall. GSC bill, which asked for$3,640 for about the legality of the bill.
epidemic years. Influenza-related deaths rank in The Type A virus accounted for 9.6 percent of travel expenses, finally was passedat "It's really unorganized, we can't
the top 10 causes of death in the United States. all patient visits at the CDC and 13.7 percent of all the meeting but not until after have a constant see-saw," said Sen.
The Infirmary saw 67 cases of influenza last week hospitalization at the CDC in the week ending Feb. senators said they felt like they were Alan Martin.
and 69 the week before. Joanne Auth, UF health playing a game show. "This is a very confusing meet-
educator, said the Infirmary hasn't seen as much see Flu, page 10 The bill, which was first passedfor ing," said Berlin. The room erupted
$640,was then handed back,split with laughter.Sen. .

I Project 99 holds rally for MandelaBy I and passed again for the entire Adam Tanenbaum wasn't
amount. But the whole process left laughing, he wanted the Senate to
in Crowds senators in much confusion. make a decision.
27
gathered
spending years prison.
MATTHEW Q. MOORE throughout Mandela's hometown of Soweto,South "This is like, wait four hours and "This whole thing is ridiculous,"
Alligator Writer Africa, and in cities all over the world. see how much money you can get," he said. "Let's have some guts. Let's
Celebrations surrounding Nelson Mandela's re- Imani said the white minority government in Price said. "Where's Monty (Hall)?" do what we're elected to do."

lease from a South African prison may portray the South Africa must allow the black majority to rule. "Y'all gettin' on my nerves! After two hours of debates, the
incident as greater than it really is, Nikita Imani There's too many games going on Senate overwhelmingly voted to
said Tuesday during a Project 99 rally outside There has been a leadership brain drain, and in here,"said frustrated Sen.Rodney give GSC the total amount of$3,640,
Turlington HalL they must answer two questions: Will the govern- Sweet. ending weeks of controversy."I .
ment decide to negotiate with blacks and, if ,
so are
The Loyal Fraternal Order of the 99-a national "Go for the car!" yelled Sen. Bret think the Senate was getting
coalesce and build
the blacks willing to
non-Greek organization promoting black interests a new" Berlin when the GSC decided to tired and said, 'let's give them the
in which there is black rule?
government majority
declared Tuesday "Nelson Mandela Day," and trade in the $640 for$3,640 instead. $3,000 who cares,'"* Trebincevic
the group's educational branch held rallies allover Though Mandela's release is significant, apart- The games began when Berlin
the country, said Imani, commandant of the order. heid and racial suppression will continue to exist said GSC members agreed before said.GSC Treasurer Arlene Von der
"We want to celebrate the release of Mandelaand until people become better educated, Imani said. the meeting to an amendment to the Porten said she was thrilled to receive
raise the consciousness of the community," The ultimate goal is the liberation of black bill,which would give GSC$640 now the money,but said she wasn'ttoo
Imani told about 50 people. "But it is only one man people,"he said. Black people have not been taught for an upcoming trip and withhold happy with the way she got it.
being freed. It is far from the end." their true history and "intellectual power" will free $3,000 for mini-grants until next se- "I feel like I've been run throughthe

Mandela, the 71-year-old leader of the African them. mester. ringer a couple of hundred
National Congress, was released Sunday after The students need a mind revolution," he said. Berlin stormed out of the room, times," she said.






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OPINIONSNow





that all the student government campaigning is 3i1Way=:t='

over, all the banners are down, and a new bunch of '.
politicians have been elected to office, it's time to dig our .0 1" PAmYo

teeth into another week of .
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Darts & laurelsA OVERZa \


LAUREL to the 5,408 students who voted in

Wednesday's SG elections. It was an average-sized tur-

nout for a spring election, and it was nice to see that al- e

most everyone voted on the three referendums on the
a '3iFi
ballot. We find that pretty amazing since the wording of e
the referendums was muddled and misleading.A

DART to the ballots author, who either purposely
made the ASFAC and Dead Week questions confusing to
.
students or just needed to take a clarity-in-writing class r

before drafting the ballot.In .

strong numbers, voters said they wanted SG to fund

Campus Organized Against Rape instead of the Infirmary,

something certain SG members have said they were

against. The point of all these referendums was to get stu-

dent input, and now SG needs to listen to what the
people want. .

And as always, a DART to the almost 30,000 students III I 4 t tWit

who neglected to vote. Unless you cared enough to fill

out a ballot Wednesday, you don't have a right to com-

plain about the newly-elected president, vice-president,
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senators, etc. etc. when your fees are raised or your club

your doesn't chance.A get enough. funding. Just remember, you had Protecting freedom of the press

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LAUREL to the 538 students who registered during Several years ago, a South Florida police officer
Alachua County's campus voting drive last week. Therewas secretly! met me at a gas station one night and gave Ronald Dupont
last minute of could me documents that showed the police chief was using A
a surge people deciding they
and to the formationof S I SEE IT
make a difference in local politics. We'll find out March city stationary city money fight
a police union.
13 if it works when there's the first election for dis-
city Using information given to me by the officer, who Imagine if you told a reporter that you saw your
tricts involving student-habitated areas. asked that I not use his name, I wrote several front- professor taking drugs but asked that you remain
The members of Phi Delta Theta get a DART for their page stories about the controversy. About one month anonymous. Wouldn't it scare you if you knew this
violent fund-raiser Slugfest '90. Sure, the event raises later, the police chief resigned.One reporter would immediately go testify to the Honor
year later, another highly reliable person told Court about who you are?
lots of money each year for the Alachua County Boys
me about a circus that was coming to town that hada That's why reporters won't testify.If the press loses
Club and the United Way, but isn't there a better way to
history of serious safety violations-so serious that the confidence of the people, then it loses its powerto
raise the money? Why doesn't the group sponsor a frater- one state had forbidden the circus to come back. do good.

nal Olympics featuring sports that promote physical Again, I didn't use the name of my source but used Perhaps what is most amazing about the incident
ability, instead of hampering it. There are plenty of sports the information he gave me to write my story. The involving Martinez is the attitude she took when
out there that do a lot less harm than boxing and would day the story was published, the circus was kicked confronted about it I pointed out to her that disciplining -
probably draw just as many people.A out of the county., a candidate for saying something that is true -
These two incidents alone reflect the immense even if it's negative is clearly unconstitutional, as
LAUREL to Ken Osfield dean for disabled student
,
of the But that often hinges
power press. power on in the U.S. Constitution.Her .
services, his staff and the Committee on Disabled Per- the willingness of the public to speak freely with ?
sons for developing a questionnaire to find the obstacles reporters. The public looks to the media as protectorof reply
disabled students face. Administrators have a hard time the oppressed and watchdog of the government. "Who are we to interpret the Constitution?" she
They feel they can trust reporters.And said.
understanding disabled student barriers such as narrow
it is because of this Excuse ?If don't ?Folks I'm amazed
reason that I am frightenedand me we ,who will ,
doorways high-placed elevator controls and
objects angered by the actions taken by Student Honor this woman was elected to office.
protruding out of walls. Usually problems are faced only Court Chancellor Cris Martinez against The Alligator. It's frightening to know this woman has the powerto

when an individual complains, but the March survey of Recently, a student party candidate spoke to a make me and you appear in student court and testify
200 campus buildings, which takes place during Disabled reporter, saying negative things about an opponent. against our will or else be disciplined. It's frighteningto
Student Awareness Week, should help.A That comment appeared in the newspaper. know she even has the power to order you or me
LAUREL to the four Gainesville members of Soon thereafter, Brian Collier, the Elections Com to bring personal items like notes to court.In .
mission chairman, demanded something be done effect, she has the ability to indirectly controlus.
Veterans for Peace who are traveling to Nicaragua to ob- about the negative comment. Believe it or not UF .
serve that country's upcoming elections. They're joining election rules state that a candidate can't say anything
35 other official U.S. visitors to make sure the electionsare negative about an opponent even if it's true. This has got to stop. In the so-called real world,
only a judge has the force to speakor
fair and free of American intervention. It's reassuringto So Collier had Martinez subpoena the reporter, discipline him for power to a person
not
see that people in our hometown actually act on inter- ordering the reporter to appear in student court and speaking.
state whether the comment in the paper was really Since when are students such second-rate citizens
national issues instead of just talking about them.
made. that other students some just barely out of their
Martinez's actions make no sense. teen-age years-able to force you and me to talk.

alligator Did she expect the reporter to appear in court and It's wrong, if s frightening,and it won't be toleratedby
Editor say, "Gee, I'm sorry. I made up that quotation. Please reporters. It is our ethical responsibility to remain
Lucy Chabot forgive me." independent of any governmental agency and to con-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Get real. tinue strengthening the bond we have with you the

Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton Needless to say, the reporter refused to sign the reader.
subpoena. To agree to testify in court would violate We will not compromise our integrity,and we won't
Letter Policy the sacred trust reporters have with those to whom betray the trust you have bestowed upon us.
letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (ibuot one frby-10 page). They should betyped.
double-spiced ind signed. They should Include I typed name address and telephone they speak. When reporters begin testifying for any Ronald Dupont Jr. is a junior {in journalism and an
the number.editorial Names' oaoe will editor be wlthneld at 3784458.If the Miter chows Just cause If you have any questions call governmental agency, they become a puppet for that Alligator writer who has been/ working in newspaperssince
agency. he was 15.



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\ FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16.1990,ALLIGATOR.7


Dormitories asked to recycle I


History Environmental Action Group to start recycling programBy

CHERYL WEIS ing contest for aluminum-can bins pounds pe'r'month by the end of
scattered across campus and a the year," Krause said. The program
Month Alligator WriterA band festival at Graham Pond Fri- which will be funded by
90 campus group wants studentsto day afternoon. Student Government and Physical
stop dropping paper into waste- EAG also will provide boxes for Plant, will generate about $1,500for
I baskets next week and begin re- residents in Hume, Rawlings, Jen- its own operation.
membering to recycle. nings and Broward halls and Weiner hopes to expand the program
The Environmental Action Tolbert, Graham and Murphreeareas. to all residence halls by the
Feb. 16 Delta's are "On the Move" Jam/Stepshow/ Group will sponsor Recycling Beginning next week, stu- end of the semester and eventuallystart
Frat Row, 10:00 p.m. Week to kick off a paper recycling dents will collect paper in their similar programs in local
Film Festival program in UF dormitories. rooms and empty their boxes into apartment complexes.
collection bins in their dormito-
( by Association of 60 of
comprises
sponsored "Paper percent
ries. "We don't want this to only lasta
Buck Communicators) solid waste,*said Heather Weiner, "
said "This is the
week, Weiner ,
Recycling Week cochairperson."We Each week Physical Plant will
start of a long term project which
"We to make recycling as collect the paper, which will be
will be at
Feb. 17 Black History College Fair ingrained in the students as throw- picked up by Florida Central Re- Florida.-hopefully permanent
Bandshell, 11:00 a.m. ing trash down the garbage chute. cycling Co., UF Solid Waste Coor-
dinator Al Krause said.
Delta Sigma Theta's Peppermint Ball The week's events will include Alligator writer Fiona Taylor
Holiday Inn, 8:00: p.m. speeches, workshops, a decorat- "We expect to recycle 200,000 contributed to this report

; .Film Festival election results
Officials
(sponsored by Association of approve
Black Communicators) I
Sankofa By M.D.CUMELLA college- engineering -by 30 votes.
(National Dance Theatre of the Ivory Coast) Alligator Writer Besides engineering, Vitali won agriculture, for-
estry and health related professions col-
Reitz Union Ballroom, 8:00
p.m. Student Government elections commissioners leges.
examined election results Thurs- Election results were announced at the
I day and approved the vote totals for the S G Orange & Brew about 3 am. Thursday.

Feb. 18 BSU Fashion Show .c. Vision-dominated election.Commissioner Election Supervisor Tim Crowley apologized
University Auditorium Brian Collier said spring elections for taking so long to count the votes,
7:00 p.m.Blac.l& Wednesday's SG elections were fair and 1990 saying the commission was just being care-
.+ oil clean. ful not to make any mistakes.
r } "We didn't find any problems with the "Everything ran smoothly,but t I'm happy
& Student'Union a Funded by Student GovernmentAdvutuini "
election: Collier said. it's over, he said.
faint public service by The Independent Flondi AlUgnor
Vision party's Michael Browne defeated Today Before the votes were counted, Vision chairman
party's Juan Vitali by more than 2,000 votes and will Miriam Bofshever and Today co-chairman Randy
be sworn in as student body president after the Shanafelt met and agreed to drop all remaining com-
Why did the chicken emu the road? Student Senate accepts the commission's findings. plaints filed against each other for campaign viola- I

To get a copy of The Alligatorl! Browne won 15 of 19 colleges and only lost Vitali's tions.





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about $800 on the trees, which were trucked about for
By NICOLE SNEED
Alligator Writer 100 miles to Gainesville from a private nursery in apply now
Leesburg,Robinson said. Money to pay for the project
Treewatch will be giving Gainesville residents the came only from dues of the 150 Alachua County
greatest gift of all Sunday the gift of life. Treewatch members.
The group will celebrate its fifth anniversary Sun- I Robinson said the group's goals are to plant new
day by giving away 5,000 baby trees, including Red- trees and preserve the ones already planted. The
buds, Magnolias, Cherry Laurels, Cypress and Live group also has appealed to the city commission in the
Oaks,for free at Westside Park beginning at 1:30: p.m. past to ask for more strict tree regulations.To keep
Treewatch founder Francine l Robinson said the the trees from drying out, she said Treewatch will
give-away will last until the trees are gone."The great wrap the trees in wet moss and plastic, but they will Student Education for Life Long Fitness
thing about this event is that we don't have to screen not unpack the baby trees from the transport boxes
anybody. Whoever comes and wants to plant a tree until Sunday morning. People who don't want to wait
is fine,"I Robinson said."People can get up to five trees for their tree to be wrapped should come prepared. become
to more
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feet high,Robinson said,"small enough to carry homeon "If they bring their own buckets or baggies that informed about disorders.
people's laps." would be better and more protective of the trees," eating
Robinson said.Robinson .
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said Treewatch chose native trees because they said she didn't think they would have any
need the least amount of care to flourish in Florida. problems giving away all the trees, but if there were Applications Available
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. Confused police dog bites officer l Due Friday, February 16

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Alligator WriterA either by following the suspect'strail but the dog survived. rOTOTAr
to Reddick's general area, or Reddick was taken to Alachua Gen-
search for an armed robber smelling or hearing Reddick, eral Hospital, treated and released
shortly before midnight Wednes- Darnell said. shortly after. r
day left a Gainesville police officer "The dog bit him several times," The incident will be evaluatedby
with bite and puncture wounds Darnell said. "We've had that hap- police to determine whether
from a dog assisting in the search, pen before. It doesn't happen fre- punishment or other action is necessary
spokeswoman Lt. Sadie Darnell quently, but it has happened ,Darnell said.Sampson may
said. before. We have had officers who be retired because of his injuries.
Several officers formed a perim- have missed work time." Scott Harrell, general managerof
eter around a small, wooded area I Reddick ran from the woods as Alpine Ranch and Boarding Ken-
at 3500 NE 15th St. to search for the dog approached, falling on nel, said German shepherds have
an unidentified black male who pavement outside the woodedarea great destructive power.
robbed the Lil' Champ Food Storeat Darnell said. Sampson attacked "The police dogs are usually
1517 NE 39th Ave., Darnell said. Reddick, biting the bottomof trained to take down a suspect and '.,
During the search, an 8-year-old his left leg.Reddick fired several detain them," Harrell said. "But "
German shepherd named Sampson shots at Sampson while trying to they can hurt you. Any 100-pound
led on a 20-foot leash by Offi- break free. He shot the dog once German shepherd biting on your
cer Mike Neely, mistakenly in the snout. The bullet left arm's going to hurt you."

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SCHOLARSHIPfrom from concerned financial aid administrators

sum SHOTSUPER / I page 3 try recently.throughout But because the count the

restraining order, said the com- organization has no investigating
pany has been receiving all its mailin branch, it referred the company to
San Diego, and she didn't know the Federal Trade Commission.An .
why the Postal Service was seek- FTC representative said all
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investigation into the Academic
Besides the restraining order,
Giamoni said the Academic Count Council.
cil falsely claimed Better Business McInerney said the company's
G/"' SPEC'S IS SO SURE YOU'RE I' NOTHING FAC KNOWS." Bureau membership."It corporate name National Scho-
GOING TO LOVE THIS MUSIC. IMwa.Tlaww//,,,,, M M
p11M has come to the Bureau's lastic l Resources Administration,
AND WE|IF YOU'RE GUARANTEE NOT HAPPY IT $ 99 attention that this company is make Inc.-is not a government agency,
6 but probably meant to sound
BRING IT BACK FOR ing reference to Bureau membership was
TRY 'FM AN EXCHANGE OR REFUND. CASSETTE ," she said. "This firm is not a like one.
current member of this Bureau, "Companies like this pop up
and such use of the Bureau nameis every now and then, but never to
unauthorized. Any reference to this large extent," he said.
MCA Bureau membership should be dis- At UF, at least four students
regarded." have sought legal advice about the
*" Dieball said Tuesday the com company, Student Legal Services
pany never made reference to Bu- lawyer Andy Parmenter said. But,
$1099 reau membership, but that an he said, it's too early for studentsto
S .. employee may have mentioned the know if they need to request a
Bureau had Information about the refund.
; SURE company on file, which is different
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SHOT -PRICES GOOD than membership. She said stu- "These letters just started show
THRU dents could have misunderstood ing up," he said. "We're warning
FEBRUARY 28 having information on the company students to be very leery, to beware
as Bureau membership."We they may be throwing $60
"
would never say we were a away.
q FOR GREAT SERVICE, member because that would be
HUGE SELECTION AND va. fraudulent," Dieball said. Hundreds more students asked
UNBEATABLE PRICES! Ken Mcinerney, a National Association the financial aid office if the
Cr' of Student Financial Aid company's offer guaranteeing a
50 Stores Florida
Including
Throughout :
Administrators representative, $300
scholarship was legitimate,
Gainesville
2018 S.W. 34 Street,
said his non-government organization said Gordon Andrews, Student Fi-
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will probably come when tourist danger of dying from the virus and
season opens again next month," should be careful if they get Influ-
from 5
page Toth said. enza symptoms.The Black History
3up 7 percent from the previoustwo Toth said UF has the potentialfor only medicine used to treat
weeks, said Susan Good, U.S. a massive outbreak of the virus influenza, emantadine, is used for
influenza coordinator at the center. because of its large population and all influenza viruses includingthe SPOTLIGHT
Last week the epidemic appeared small living areas. Type A-but does not cure it.
to wane for the first time, "In any place where you have a Ten-day supplies of Symmetrel, a
causing fewer deaths since it large concentration of people who brand of emantadine,are availableat Madame C. J. Walker made a fortune in Black
began. But the virus still claimed have not been vaccinated, you can the Infirmary for $13.60. Beauty Products. In 1905, she invented a hair

more than 1,000 lives. get an outbreak really easily,"Toth The medicine, in some cases, softener, grower, and straightening comb that
"As a whole, the country seemsto said."Sometimes they have to shut makes symptoms more bearableand revolutionized the cosmetics industry in the African-
have peaked, and it's starting to down the school.) may speed recovery, espe- American community. Her ingenuity and ability
come down," said Lawrence The most common symptoms of cially when taken within 48 hoursof helped her to become the first African-American
Schonberger of the CDC's viral influenza include sudden fever, intense the first sign of illness. self-made millionaire in America.
disease division.A muscle aches, sore throat But Auth said students should
less dangerous influenza coughing and nasal congestion. fight the virus without emantadine.The Julia Wilson
virus,Type B, has plagued Gaines- Symptoms usually begin about 24 Infirmary suggests bed rest, Black History Month
ville this flu season,but Florida has hours after exposure to the virus. increased fluid intake and Tylenol History Spotlight Director
been fortunate enough to see only "You will feel terrible and not wantto Auth said symptoms will last Advertising run as a public service of The Independent Florida Alligator
sporadic cases of the Type A virus. get out of bed,"Auth said. about 10 days, depending on the
bill Toth, chief of epidemiologywith But students with normal health person and the type of virus. Once
the Orange County Public conditions "will get over It," symptoms subside, sufferers still "ALL NEW. "
Health Unit in Orlando, said an Belcore said. can infect others for at least three ""
influenza epidemic may come to Auth said students with cardiovascular
Florida via tourists."It disorders,respiratory dis- days.United Press International con- 2701 S.W. 13th St. T H
is difficult to predict, but itRACQUET orders and diabetes are in the most tributed to this report. Gainesville. FL 32608

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each of the Summer months
.; limit HEELSEWQUIK
no
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;:)" ''VI w:T many typestyles fun .
t' volume discounts funky, Security e 2 racquetball/2 tennis courts
eal.w c-., a Customer Service Guaranteed
New Concept Shoe Repair
PC Lab, 17 61 Unlv. J72-65oo And Clothing Alterations crazy, zany,
We Repair Soles and Heels natural fibersportswear
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PARADISE ART& IMPORTS Power Soles. S., The Board of College Councils
1013 W.: University!. Lifetime Guarantee !:'''

I Clothing Posters I and assorted
Art Wood Carving K SECOND PAIR OF LADYS' LIFTS
1/2 PMC announces
Jewelry Crystals when you have. the first pair done.11.11 price.Not store
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$5 HAIRCUT j 336-7025 This showcase of academic disciplines will provide students with the
opportunity to meet with faculty and students of all university department
to gain a better understanding of potential majors.
: $20 PERM :
It- It- Applications for Assistant Directorships and Staff
Open 7 days positions can be obtained in Room 310B of the J.W.
Walk-ins Welcome Reitz Union.
ItGator Plaza 13th&Umv *
2950 S.W. Aricheir RdA
( 1110,116 bAl-a 1. tax I 374-8687 j J Contact Dan Brown at 378-3986 for details

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BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373FINDAlligator







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POND AREA student looking for quiet, neat Fins MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376, 146
I o How to place a 1 Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street. roommate to share 2bdr/2ba/ Lakewood Editors choice CompuAdd Northgate

$235 Month Phone 377.2615. 2.28.11.2 apt. Call 335.3780 avail. March 4. 219 H P. Price same or lower than mail

classified ad: 5.5 order. Systems below include 1mb, 40mb
" 1 For Rent. Furnished One Block from campus Very Large room, ((28ms). graphics monitor, .
In Person: nice house, cable In room, SW area master b.droom.own bath.room for two MC 286/12$1195. Packard Bell $1295
2 For Rent Unfurnished Cash check. MC or VISA. $195/mo utilities Included Greg 376-3291 people Oak Forest apts $210/mo 1/3 utll MC 386SX $1495 Northgate 386/20/

3 Mobile Homes The Office WINDMEADOWS APTS. cable in room Call anytime 335.1513 mil/ $2399 PB 286 laptop w/ hd & battery
Alligator $1999 CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graph
For Rent/Sale/ 105 W. University Ave 1.2, & 3 Bedroom Good deal! Studious male nil needed to ics monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties.

M-F Sam-4pm Pool, Tennis, Laundry share 3bdrm hOuse. Own bdrm $140 moa Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 t printer
4 Sublease House/Apt./ 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373.3558
1/3 util 2 miles Call .
to UF
Main BookstoreHub yard, cat. J185, HP laser Jet lip 11049. 4110 SW
5 Roommates Customer Service DeskM WILLIAMSBURG APTS. 373.2078. 21635 34th St. / 308 W Univ Ave 4.30.65 6

6 For Sale F 8 am 4.30 pm AVAILABLE NOWIII Nonsmlsm/f to share 2bd I bth apt walking 2 Pinball machines at $150 each Call Jayat

7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cashier OfficeM 1,2 TH & 3 Bdrma. distance UF $110 month & 1/3 utilities. 372.2900 M.F 9.5. 216106

F 8 am 9 pm Sat noon 9 pm 1 Block Pool, Laundry UF/Shands Call 376.'1283 for details 2.20.5-5
8 Motorcycles to Alpha Byte Computers 286, ,1mb ram
Sun noon 5
pm 2000 SW 16th St *** 376-1253. Roommate
Wanted to share 3br/2ba
30mb hard, floppy, mono, dos warranty
9 Autos Medical Bookstore, ShandsM Condo In Sparrow on Tower Road $1270, similar 386SX $1425. XI $980. 495
10 Wanted F. 8am 430 pm MOUNT VERNON APTS. $175/moft/ 1/3 util. Call Drew at 332.8436 3659 219106
1 & 2 Bedrooms leave message 2205.5

11 Services By Mall: PoolLaundryClose Bike & More, Inc. Large selection of
f i Use forms appearing weeklyin to UF/Shands Avail Now! Ibdr in 3bdr Apt. has micro, used bikes $55 & up w/wsrranty/ .
12 Typing Services the Alligator. Sorry. no cash by 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389 bar and huge TV Near CJs $187.50/mo Kryptolok 16S9-2133 NW 6th St 373-

13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA. or checks only. ft 1 1/3 Utll! 335.5441. 21945 6574. 2.22.10.6Marlhall
IBDR, WALK IN CLOSET, Village West,

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND 800 NW 18 Ave, take 9 St N from 16 Ave Need A Rmmt? Avail Nowl F N/S Own Rm 100 watt Guitar Amp and 4.12
.
Payment by VISA or Mastercard Office, : 411 NW t5 St. 371 7777. 22710 full ba, washer, dryer Oxford Manor Rent cabinet channel switching effects loop

15 personals ONLY Five dollar minimum 2 Nego Call 377.8034. 2.21.5.5 and footpedal both for $900 obo 377.

16 Connections M-F8.30.4pm. 5795. 21656
BDR apt: fans cent ht/air, carpet, mini, Williamsburg Village N/S student for

17 Notices D How to correct vertical blinds: on bus near UF; $275, furn twnhse, 6mo lease, $240/mo/ .1/2 TV: Color, Sharp 19* w/remote Exc condition .

18 Rides Including water 373-0701..2.18.7.2 util. I blk from Shands/UF 336.4257.F Must Sell $165 080 Call 336-0300

after 2.16.56
19 Pets cancel your ad: Attractive large apt Pickwick Park 2 n/s to share 2br ib townhouse In quiet 6pm.

bedrms 2 1/2 baths Near UF, Shands. sw area 165 1/2util/ close to UF and .
25' MAKO Center Console, 235hp Johnson
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: Butler Plaza $495 377.5355 332.8001. Shands prefer' mature person 378.5627 20hp Mercury, Loran Deplhfinder,

Call 373.FIND Mon. Fn. 8.4 pm. Evenings 2215.5 .
*1 BLOCK TO UF* Many extras dual axle trailer i -493
No refund can be given
A quaint home w/fireplace, ceiling fan 1376 2.16.5.6Computer
M or F clean, nonsmoking student neededfor
Alligator errors: yard, pets ok. Earn extra $$ parking cars own rm In 4bd3ba house move ,in now
O When will ? for IBM
your ad run Perfect Student. com.
for UF football
Check your ad the FIRST day it runs. 5018. 2.16.5.2 games $385/mol 373 or b4 Marl. $140 per mo 37.50 sec 336 pat, 30MB hard drive two floppy drives

Call 373.FIND with any corrections before 3925. 2.11.3.5Female ((1.44 & 360)), mouse, modem software,

Classifieds will begin TWO noon. THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY *1 Free Mo. at Spyglass!* n/s M rmmt ***** Semi,cool, seml.qul.tperlon complete system) $900 Must seel' Call
RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY .
Kevin 3368159. 2.t 19 5 6
own bdrm & bath. wshr/dry/micro/pool .
DAYS after they are placed. THE AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor. old house downtown own tar
luxuries $223 mo. Call Michelle ft Mary like animals $125/mth/ March '
to
Ads mailed in rected ads will be extended one day. gotta
or placed at the 336.4386. 2.16.5.2 Laura 3734495. 2.22.5.5 Microsoft BUS mouse new Paintbrush
Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given alter $79; IBM PS/2 mouse $30; MeanstreetsAdv

THREE to Ads placing the ad. Changes called in alter 2bdr house and 2bdr apt, 3 blks from UF, Need health.conscious, NS F roommate game best EGA/VGA graphics and
days appear the 'first day will not be compensated. both completely remodeled, some util sound $30: **Joe 373.4782 eve**
for Fall 90 and pref Sum. B. want to look
may run for any length of time paid. $350 and $260. Call David 373 for 2bdr/2ba furn apt Call 395.8109 Nowl
Customer error or changes: WATERBED super single with heater and
8022.
and be cancelled at any time. 2.26.10.2
Corrections must be made in person at headboard. Only $100. Call 3789218.
Graduate student needs roommate to
Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office, BEFORE NOON Please leave message 2.19.5.6
share fancy SW 2bdr apt near UF. quiet
for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee MOBILE HOMES: $165 & 1/2 util! 3738310. 2.20.3.5
Ticket For Sale 1 way to Seattle March
3 FOR RENT/SALE Call 336.8672. 227106

I 6 FOR SALE
1986 14x60 Mobile home for .sale/rent Men's 5.spd Class Act, Trail Mate Bicycle '

FOR RENT: UNFURN. cated in Gainesville. Call 462.4292. 2.21. BRAND NAME COMPUTERS 3 wks old. wi light & lock $175 42
FOR RENT X 30' adjustable drafting table parallel
: 5.3 At low as $2S/mo no $ down
SPACIOUSONE FREE Catalogue over 50,000 $75, table top gas grill I mo. old, great
1 FURNISHED BEDROOM APT customers 1-800.825.7283 for cooking out $50 371 .0135. 2.16.3.6

ONLY $260MO.LYONS / SUBLEASE:

VINOMEADOWS. 1 bdr turn, sublet, near APT Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Moosehead maple desk w/ center drawer
fool.: 373.3558 apt 98 2.20.5.1AFFORDABLE 4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-6797 4 HOUSEAPT.Sublease brands are all at our New Location I Car chair, $75 Royal Alpha 110 electronic
Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 Si 372- sell-correcting typewriter, $75. Call 335

$299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL Apt: 1 bdlt ba, new carpet central 2070. 4.30.75.6 2198. 21836

large bedroom 550 sq ft. bike or walk toJF Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom. Pool,Tennis, heat/air wash/dry hook.up. $235/mo
and shops Air, Carpet, Walk-In Closbis Sauna Gym and more first, no last & $100 I sec: 395.0066 or CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS is the oldest Lean machine, complete exercise systemin

Pest Control, Private Walk Patio, No STONERIDGE APT. 332.S459. 21674 beet and lowest priced car stereo your home $300, excel. cond.. 468
Jogs. 3800 SW 34th St 375., 121 store In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St 2785 call before 9pm. 2 23 6 6

Village 34 328 SW 34th Str. Offer
valid to qualified application only .
373 1376 Oxford Manor, 2bdr/2ba, Save $. Call now Rocklord, Foegate, Yamaha, Pioneer, JENSEN 3 way speakers $75 ADVENT
.19-5-1 ALOHA GARDEN APTS Lovely 3 BR/2 336.1781 Lv. message 2.23.10.4 Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best Baby 2 speakers $115, ONKYO tape deck

bath, all amenities, near Shands VA Shop. Car Stereo. Installers In town. Car Stereo $90. OSBORNE portable computer with
dull Student Wanted for In clean to Go. 375-1634 4.30.75.8 software $200. Call Mark at 3744079
own rm ping. 3009 SW Archer Rd. 377.0555. 2- Seriously CHEAP Rentllll
buiet NW G'vllle home $230/mo Covers
16-152 Sublet tbd In 3bd/2ba $157 t 1/3 Electric Guitar
apt Peavey
kll bills No deposit 371-7703 Lv Msg 2. RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem
0-5- ARE YOU HAVING close to UF, SFCC. We smoke, have pets n.nlllor your dorm or apartment We de Patriot Mint Condition Hard I'

RENTAL PROBLEMS? Call 3772435. 21954 liverl Ray'i Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave, Case Digital Tuner Cables

FOR RENT: Call Our Leasing Office 377.5265. 6 blocks E. of campus 2.2313.8 $250. 3735715.. 2.22.5.6

for Super Specials!!! 2bd/1 ba until renewable
Aug 90 $330/mo APARTMENT SIZE DRYER 110 VOLT
2 UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM/ BATH ft utll Feb rent pd, now avail Oak Glade $95
CAR ALARMS Installed
3 BEDROOM/ BATH Apts close to UFo 372.6422 wk day 10Spm remote control 375.2731. 2.22.5.6
any car truck or van fully guaranteed will
WASHER/DRYER INCL. .
Walk to Santa FE CC, 1 BDR $270.$280, 2 19 S 4 demo.Call 336.9193 student massage w.
> BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440, Sec OXFORD MANOR
Sun SW 16 Ave Matching couch & loveseat $95. Recliner
plus Bay ((712 313)) spacious
LMR.
Pool, laundry no cats or dogs
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378.1190. 4.30.75- 3772776"Check unf 1 br/1 ba new carpet, 2 pools until 8/90 COMPUTERPackard $40 Waterbed rails, $15 Yamaha Key
Available now Feb free $280/mo. Call Bell 286, 12mhz 40mb hard board $140 Lotus elect. gulls $100. 336

Our New Specials"All 392.9306. 2.20.5.4 drive, 5.25 1 1.2 floppy, 3.5 1.44 floppy 8954 2.20.4.6

ak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet Amenities Available '1mb ram, vile hi-res color monitor lye
washer/dryer available in most units for FURNISHED UNFURNISHED warr, 4 mths on.site, $1849 I call 335-
Roommates Available CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL. Nice 2bd2baapt / 7 REAL ESTATE
1300. 2-20-14'11
>20 mo. Cats Allowed IB 2B. 1 & 2 Bath ,
We' No.1REGENCY Camelot unfurn. Fireplace, barbeque
re
1250 6422. 4 30-
$350, sec ft Imr 372 -
5.2 OAKS pool, view $550/mo 373.4696 anytime Car Alarms,Autopage,Chapman Home PRIME UF LOCATION! 15 room house
378.5766 3.1.0.4' and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul, Sherwood CH/AC. Good condition! Rented In-

INCREDIBLE 3230 SW Archer Road and more We Beat All Prices! veatment/fraternlty/other. $130,000

Efficiency Apt. COUNTRY GARDENS 3733754. 4.30.69.6 :l78.8852own.r. 3.7.42.7Classlfleds.

Starting at $183 373.4500 5 ROOMMATES
Starling at $235 / 2 Bedroom 2001 SW 16th Street KOKOMAMAImports I

CAMBRIDGE 110 NW 39th VILLAGE Ave WALK TO UFIII Studios $210 1BD $235 BRANDYWINE FURNISHED from Africa Beauty supplies .
Park 2bdr/lba, Jacuzzi, sauna, wt room, huge Mention this ad and get 20% off select
2BD $285 College Properties: 411
376 3988 pool, 1/2 ml to UF, $230/mo/ for own room clothing. Good thru Feb. 8'5' W Univ 338. Continued on next page.
NWISSt, 371-7777. ,227-102'
375-3861 .. ft 1/2 cable ft utll 372.2657, Dennis 9397 2-23-8.6

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1990


REAL ESTATE WANTEDDisabled TYPING SERVICESMICRO 13 HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDCAMP


TOWNHOUSE "BR22' BA, eat In person would like to rent/lease., CENTERTyping 336-4936. Full CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The COUNSELOR NEEDED FOR CO-
kitchen pool tennis, washer dryer Forest possibly buy, a used Macintosh Computer & self' service computing. Typing starts @ Independent Florida Alligator. Must own ED CAMP Located in northeastern Pa.

.ol Unicorn NW area, easy financing Please call Don 3729838. Leave 50/pg A Resumes $6 A Self service reliable van or pick.up truck and be avail near New York City. We have openings
374 5401 3.2'.7 message 219510\ resumes $2.50/hr A 15/page Laser able from Sam until 9am Monday through for general counselors as specialists in

typeset graphics spell check theses Friday Must have excellent driving record both land and water sports Specialtyareas
Wanted Female drive
REAL ESTATE LICENSESat to elderly womanto
A papers A special characters A employment and valid Florida driver license Pay Include baseball, tennis, basketball -
: Grocery Store, Dr. Appointments, etc
classes start 2 24 $175. .
databases A mailmerge A training. Apply at the Alligator soccer, lacrosse, hockey, waierski
per route plus mileage.
Appraiser-state certified, 2.27.90 Call 335 2739 or 371' 4744. 221510' .
The Florida Center WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC offices. "1105 West University Avenue Ing sailing, scuba WSI, canoeing,
371
2787 2 22 10 7
Ask for the route driver application. windsurfing, gymnastics, archery, fencIng -
For tale Time 11 SERVICESNW ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect No calls, please. Affirmative Action/Equal arts & crafts, piano accompanist
share
condominium located
edit/proof/spell all work guaranteed
Opportunity Employer. drama, radio and rocketry Pioneeringstaff
at Daytona beach FL at Sunrise B.A. R 3763849 220512Put '
English
pp needed for both land and
beach Mini storage at I 1-75 & NW 39th Ave canoe trips
club '1212 N Atlantic Ave, until .
near Oaks Mall area SxSto 10 x 20 from AVON 375-8967 and for ropes challenge course Other
.
17th week
sleepsCall 376 6847 2 23 In Fast Accurate Reliable
It Writing. ,
Avon Full Part time. We Train. available We
$20, '10% disc to students 3328917. Sell/ or opening may be will be con.
Service Masters in English; Will correct Benefits' Insurance 4307513 ducting campus Interviews on March

8 MOTORCYCLES spelling & edit 24.hrs 373-1937. 2-20-7- 8th For Information call or Write: G
BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS
12 EARN $35 Lustlg 60 W. 66th 15E, New York NY

This week for new donors for 2 plasma 10023; Tell 212' .724-0113. 2.'16-10-13
87 Red Honda Spree scooter excellent Great Typingl! English maj/ret./ court rptr donations on our new automated machines -
condition. must sell $430. Call 376-3114 1233 NW 10th Ave. 19 yrs ex per. legal/medcal Excel' Special bonus programs each NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER

alter 6pm 2.16.3-8 372.1664 spellg/proofg/ From. $1.25 Call Jill month Free refreshments free parkingExperienced CAMPS.MASS. Counselor Positions for
MCVISAlnsuranceFree 3779908. 2-28-24 '12
staff since 1969
1985 Interceptor Runs great, excellent serving you program specialists: Team Sports, Ten
Test
condition, extras $1900. 373.6397. 2.205.8 Pregnancy Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238 nil: Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire:
SCRIBE SERVICES
Member ComputerLaserTyping .
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SW 4th Ave. 378-9431' Mon Frl 8 7 Sat. Mah.Kee.NacBoys( ),' 100 Linden AveGlen ,
National Abortion Federation Graphics, Editing & Publication .
8-2. 4-30-73 13 NJ 07028.
Ridge Danbeeglrls( ), 16
Design 818 W. Unv Ave. 3776170. 2
'84 YZ 490 motocross b Ke. Super clean SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 22-20.12 Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045.
and super Fasti xtra plastiC, helmet & Get confidential testing and treatment at APPLICATORSWE Please call 1.800.776.0520. 4.18-48-'13

seatcover $750. 371.9467 eves ask for PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881. Typing/Word/ Processing Quality dependable TRAIN FTPTWE /
Jim 21618 service Reasonable rates Laser TRAIN FT/PT CRUISE SHIP JOBS. Stewards, Stewardess .

AAA STORAGE printer 377.8175 til 9.00pm. 3.1635-'12PickupDel / $9 hr finishers (non-union) Maintenance, Earn top dollar, guar.
Close to UF Convenient hr level' anteed openings Call now for summer
/ $14 mgmt (entry )
9 AUTOSAUTO 4x4x4 $15/mo / Typing and wordproc. near / franchise available emp 1.800.926-8447 ext el 188. 2165

4x8x8 $25/mo campus Dependable quality service CALL TODAY 813-868-7771 13
INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange 533 SW 2nd Ave 377.1771' Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol
& Blue Insurance. Drive thru In Butler 373-4464. 2-16-11'.12 Paying $125 to persons w/infected cuts Summer Jobs Outdoors. Over 5,000

Plaza W* care. Call us let GATOR MOVING ** scrapes, or other Injuries to be on ant bl. Openings! National Parks Forests, Fire
377-CARS. 2.23-10.9 GATOR TYPING Fast, Accurate, Low otic study Blood test required. Call 331. Crews Send stamp for free details 1'3' E
Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng 1- Rates Quality laser printing Discounts 5379.320.13 Wyoming, Kalispell, MT 59901' 3-6-20-

85 T.B rd White, New Tires, Automatic, item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis. avail.I Days, eves wknds. 373.4564. 13
Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374 4791. 4-30-75 "11
.. S G Finance is
Excellent Condition $3,995. Call 1 496 now hiring 3 accounting
2446 2-16.10.9 ng/Wordprocessmg, WordPerfect students to work part time Applicants Help Wanted dependable delivery drivers .
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons 5.1 1 quality work, fast results, low rates, must have been accepted to the accounting contact Ed at Joe's Dell at 34 St.

83 Chevy Caval er..Good condition $1700 boarding A woodser facilities dependable, personal .rvlce. Tara 332- school Contact Rex or Jon at 392 378.2028. 219913' '
hay rides parties sales working
OBO. Call 336.0300. After 6pm. Must 1469. 4305412 1623. 2-'16"11"-13
students accepted. 466-3224. 375.8080.
Sell. 1659' I
Typing and Wordprocrssing Legal, theses -

88 Chrysler Laser XT Turbo. T-Top, many *SUNBELT MOVING* dissertations, etc Professional, qualIty r------------------,

options, Must Sell $4500. Firm 3732073. Professional Moving/Packing/ & Supplies ft reliable service Call Nancy

1 Item .Houseful!. Local/Lng dlat. Lie/Ins 372-2750. 2231312TLC I II
Colt '85- Sspd 4 door, a/c/ dependable, Priced for Studenlsl 375MOVE. 4. j
good condition t 86K miles. MUST SELL 30.75.1' Marty for your papers. projects, theses I l I 1 I I I II I II

$1900. Call 376.0512. 2-21'-7.9 etc. Pro wp, Mac 2, laser! Graphics. sp t

chk.. reasonable nil, wknds, 3739819 I I 1I
86 3002x white burgundy interior *FREE* I I := I I I :

loaded T.top, digital dash, rad o/cass/ Pregnancy Test Word proc/thesis.dlss SpecialistGrad I I
Control steering wheel $8900 OBO Ph: Gainesville Women sch exp*)Equations.Tables I f I I I I

376.6512. 2.16.3-9 HEALTH CENTER Laser*Graphics0Spell*Pu/del I I

720 NW 23rd Avenue Call Word Express at 373-0395On i r
1987 Ford Tempo LX Cruise tilt air, 3775055ABORTION 1 1 I ; I I I I 1i
AM/FM/ Cassette PS, PB like new, 5. .Campus Typing. $2 per page Pick-up
speed $5800 obo. Call Rich at 335.8143Iv (To 24 Wks) and Del. avail. Most! Fonts Graphics. i I
message 2.20.5-5 BIRTH CONTROL Styles Call 395.8424 Ask for ke/lve I I I I
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'71' VW Westphalia Camper, Ford V-6 engine 1 I EI I I I
no rust, great cond., $1750 332 ? 1 1I
6561 2.23.5.9Mercury Resourceful student w/ full size truck will i
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beat any price in town 336-9461'. 3-8-30. 1rA
Zephyr 81 station wagon PB/PS, 11' I f. I I I I

auto, a/c. am-1m cass. excel condo $1450 < NWI i. "n_ I
ONE STOP DENTISTRY = 47' li:
335-4997 21949 -
Accepting new pts emerg 1children S I I I I I I 'I T ioC ; 1I
'1987 VW Cabriolet 5-spd cherry red w// Adult cleaning $30, child $20 I 50 twilight shows :..::

blk top. Perfect eng ne. 60,000 miles, ((4)wisd) tee $325 ((3)wisd) tee $250 $ I. : re citizens 4-6,pm I I I I I 1; 1
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adult driven All service records. $9700 ((2)w) sd tee $200 Nitrous, Oxide 3-12 I I i i I I
3356813. 2-20.5-9 Accept MCVAE 2281911' (with I 1.0 ) f .

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80 Dodge OMNI, fastback Sports model, PRO DJ SERVICEIIILots ENEMIES: A LOVE STORY (R) O I I .- 1I
exc/cond cold air. 4.spd $975. 372.8973 of exp, pro equip, plenty o' tunes ( IS 445 7 1S 945MADHOUSE I I I I jIt !

from 8-5pm M-Sat. 2-20.4.9 For the most fun, call CJ at 375-8483. (R) f s;: ;" .

.145 > 45 US '00 1000 I
VOLVO 1979 speed, AC, AMFMrado, Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no I i I I I I N 0 iI
excellent condition $2850 Tel. 336.3961. security deposit write S. Marion 1100 STANLEY fc IRIS (PC 13))
Tudor Dr Dept AG'vllI.1 ., 32607 3-8. 1SS ISO 4S IIS '10 IS .
Midnight Miowl. M Friday' ....,1., 1 =
1982 Honda Accord 4dr Sspd 84500mi A 2011 I
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good car for the money, $2200 obo. All Shows start Friday 1

offers considered, please call 395-9633. MAIL IN RESUMES: I I 2. I i I I r I z

send data, address, phone and checkfor I I
JEEP CJS v8 4wd: a '71' with low mlg.. si +. N :i!
$22.50 to J.Crabtree: 701 SW 62nd ;o "
maps. roll bar and soft.topnot( included). Blvd m91, G'ville 32607, Service w/in 7 I I I I I I g. 'I

Everything works $999. Bob, 338-0921'. days Additional linen copies $5 per 25. f I
I I 20 .
CAR BUYERS: I graduated 'from Problems in Math? Then call Greg. Professional J ..
Florida In 84 Now I own my own Company and Reliable Tutoring offered ROYAL PARK A I 5 .

I will reveal to you what car dealers Tlf 377.7415 Leave 220511 4I3702NEWBERRYRD I J I
desperately don t want you to know about message CINEMA I 1 I I I I I. .. I

buying a car. For info write to: Consumer 374277I LL .
Auto Consultants/Auto Buyers Club of TYPING 1I

Florida/2215 SE '14th Ave, Suite 56, I$3.50 ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6PM l I I I
OFFICE USE ONLY
Ocala, FL 32671 2-21-5.9 12 SERVICESYOU I I I
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'72 Porsche 914, new paint recent, new WRITE, WE TYPE WEAPON 2 (R) I CASHCK_ I
engine. am/lmcass. needs clutch $2000. Business *Legal Personal Reports 6:10. 7:25.: B.45 Re ly:

Call 377-5535 Iv. message 2.22-5.9 Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. ,1

1982 TOYOTA SR5 4X4 pickup excel G'vllle Handicapped 3787179 Typing PARENTHOOD 510:THEATRE. 725: e 045(PC 2 .1 J) CiASSinCATIOMS' ; C lteCk'Oft'i'+ ) :;
condo new 31* tires, ps/pta/fm' stereo, _1. for Rent: Furnished _". .I.wle. (Circle one)
must see. will sell for a firm $2500. Call Typing reports business A legal THEATRES 1&2-et.OOALL TIMES For Rent: Unfumlihid _12.Typing Services 12.
Mike, 378.1976. 22289 resumes A cassettes transcribed A applications _5.Mobile Hone For Rant/Silo/ _11 Help Wanted, 1 Day_14.00
A letters A notary *etc. Available THEATRE f 3 _4.SublOMO Houif, 20.' -" 00 I
Apt .
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KEVIN COSTNER
IN REVENGE R Personals 1'00
10 WANTEDLocal 24 hours/7/ daYI/372-2777 4-30-75.12 ( ) _S. Roommates. 3 Days_.
SOO: 7:30: '.60 _Personals" i.oo I
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Typing $1 1.00 min. $5.00. Reports, s ya1lOO
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Theses. whatever Grad School P.T. List '
LOOK TALkiNG (PG U -e.Motorcycles 11.
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie Fine ) Rides AtMlttoul Day
Jewelry 373-9243. 4307510' WCS 917' NW 13th 373.9822. 43075 5.00.7.30 I _e.Autos _11. Pete. $LN each.. I
12
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THEATRE .4 _20. Lost I Found _Up 1-
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NW 6th St..373-6574. Gator Cycle
2133 Same day, Next day 9:30: ONLY .1MetlMoeekf12AWGATOR. .
, 3321 Archer Rd. 373-3962: Buy. .II.T. Many Styles & Fonts Editing. t CREDIT CARD 0 I
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i WANTED: Band to play at apt complex

pool party, Apr.. 7. Contact 3737579. $1.25 double space Call 373-8387.


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HELP WANTED HELP WANTED HELP WANTEDCounselors HELP WANTEDCRUISE PERSONALSLike .

Part.time clerical word.processing, filing SHIP JOBS EARN TOP $$$ Tennis Love Nike products? Then
morning M-F non.tmoKer prefer' Hunter/ESE, with 24 yr history specializIng Wanted. Trim down 'fitness. WEEKLY 1-600.926.8447 EXT C1170. 2. stop by & check out the latest at E Z
qualifier lor "ccwep" 3.. gp Spanish In environmental consulting, has following coed NYS camp. 100 positions: Sports, 19213 Tennis We have it...perlodl 2215.15
378-9698. 222513Handicappad lull-time positions avail In G'vllle Crafts many others Camp Shane, Fern

office: Chemistry Techs, Individuals dale NY 12734. ((914)292) -4045. Fall 1990 openings lor live.in graduateHall NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get

Student needs part time needed Immed to assist scientists in Directors and live.on Staff Resource special student discounts on exams and
chemistry lab. Positions require HF/AF/ in Sales Assoc lor ladies clothing store all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
aide lor AM hrs, good pay lor right person Assistants In Housing Hall Directors supervise
377-6378. 2.20313Assistant chemistry or related area 4 1.3 yrs lab Perm It, day hrs, exp pref Apply MWF 3-6 Resident Assistants a hall 3770881. 43075.15
10. at Oaks Mall Plaza Lakes Unllorms
1
exp Word Processing Specialists, exp Individual of 150-400 students Resource Assistants "
needed to a"l.tln technical report Look Your Best Everyday!
develop and facilitate
Trainee Wild N CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN lor programmingand Call Katie at Inc for
and proposal preparation Must be resources for residence life itaff Applicants Omega Electrons
Roadway & drainage design, 1 yr. mini. Info about the PERMANENT removal of
able to formats, keyboard, prool text on
must be admitted to graduate
Crazy mum CAD experience, good benefit & unwanted facial & hair 374.4307
IBM PC utilizing word perlect 5.0 software body
school, enrolled lor 8-12 hours (prefers
conditions, send resume
Looking (for 20 people Immediately! Position requires HS and 1.3 yrs. pleasant by 2/28/90 working/ to Tri-County EngineerIng bly In student personnel, counseling, or 4.30.75.15Good

Must have a great attitude, enjoy word processing exp and 55 cwpm. Interested PO Box 2541 Belleview, Fl. 32620 higher education), and have some organIzed tennis shoes under $30 tennis

rock n roll, and be worth more than Hunter/ESE applicants 14220 West should Newberry apply Rd.to: (EOE) 2-27.10.13 group living experience The begin shorts, shirts, skirts 25% oil; shirts; 30%
month less the
Is $5400/nme/
$$$$ a week. Call 376-2222. Gainesville, FL 32602. EOE M/F. 2195 nmg salary off; aeorblc wear 50% oil where? E Z
ot furnished $50 a
cost a apartment (
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE lor the summer Tennis 34 St. 2.21.S.15
Need volunteers lor I 2 week study ol anew 13 Outstanding brother/sister sportscamps month) which includes utilities, local telephone .
22m I lake near "On Golden and basic cable service Total academic
psoriasis medication. 331-5379. 3- Computer Operator/Secretary: Part time on STUDENTS GET CASH$
15-20.13 position WordPerfect 5.0, mail merge Pond site seeks stall All trans pd Interviews year compensation package: For Quality Used Clothing. Call Sandy
Approximately $6550. Application dead
availl.! Robindel (girls) 215-884. .
372.228.21' W. Univ. Ave next to Central
and programming Hours and salary negotiable :
line: March 1 I 1990 Apply to Norbert
Wlnaukee 914 698 1833.
Soccer Coaches needed lor spring season I Call Girls Club lor Renae or 3326, (boys) Dunkel Housing Office 392.2161 City. 4.30.75.15

Call YMCA 376-7172 lor more infer- Maria 373-4475. ((9:00.6:00)) 22710.13 EEO/Alfirmative Action Employer 2.16.
mation. 2-22-513General 'A' Plus Notes.We are expanding to other 1.13 SAVE ON RAYBANS

colleges We are seeking responsible, University Opticians
honest, motivated people orlulltime man 300 SW 4th Ave. 378.4480
Public Greg James Smith agerial position Great career opportunities BUSINESS 4-30-68-15
competitive salary, and benefits II
interested, Please call 371.6954. 2.23- 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS String sale at E Z Tennis-yesterday

10-13 today, tomorrow-nylon $8* synthetic gut
$13.. We still lor labor EZ
don't t charge
terminals Apes, buy, sell,
Progressive law firm needs college student T.nnl'.2-21.5-15
trade & Great QUALITY
rent repair. prices -
lor interesting but not exceedingly
CDCS 818 W Unlv 338-0378. 430
challenging part time wk(15( -20hr /wk) ,
75 14 I
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successful' applicant will be literate, very TRAVEL GROUP
pleasant & well groomed, dependable and
How to study lor exams and pass Study
have own transportation Applications accepted Cancun $299 see. Jamaica $299
handle
plan shows how to toughestcourse
your
at 626 NE lit St. thru 5:00: Fri. ft **MARDI GRAS $189 ***
(even II you have to cram!) Send
Mon. only. 2-19-213 $3 and a SASE to B. Jones. PO Box Climb Aboard The Party ol your Life'

142S2, Gainesville, Fl 32604 2.20.5.14 Limited Space
For more Info/resv Call Spm-9pm.
371-0089 332-9854
15 PERSONALSLADIES 800.783.2262
TOYOTAMYERS See us every Thurs at Court Side Sportson

MAKE MONEYWe Unlv across UF

buy & sell good used clothing, 2-285
Call Second Act. 3738527. 43075.15
Stringing: don't get pulled by I cheap iml

Racket sale:most tennis & racquetball tation. At E Z Tennis, stringing is an art,

SERVICE CENTER 1 rackets. are 30% oil; wide selection not a job. Quality, great prices & service.

friendly knowledgeable stall.quality service 2-21.5.
Oil and Filter $11.93 E Z Tennis 2.21.5.15VuarnetCarreraRayBanGator
NAIL CREATIONSNow

offers manicures, pedicures, nail
Great
I Minor Tune Ups 1 prices.reg or rx sunglasses The Optical sculpting. nail artistry, wraps. electrolysis

4-cylinder $24.16 1 Laboratory 376-5563. 618 SW 4 Ave 1 A waxing. 4432 NW 23rd Ave Suite 9
block from Ala Gen 4.30.75.15 373.9790 Open Mon-Sat 8 to 8. 22315IS ..

6-cylinder $28.74some

( models slightly more.) Natural Foods and Vitamins
I ; Birkenstock Sandals ***FOR LADIES ONLY**

Sunflower Health Foods Hot Male Exotic Dancers puts life into your
1 87 SW 34th St. 372.7482 PARTY we come to you! *376.9833* 2.
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PERSONALS PERSONALSMEAL 18 RIDES Ole

SPRING BREAKBahamas DEAL $2 89 del sandwich special'
45 r/t Miami WPB/Pomp $30 o/w 4 yrs of
w/free 1602 drink BAGELS UNLIMITED
3nt $189 Jamaica 3nl $289 Ski weekly Fns/Sun bus trips, Pets ok pkg
W 2.23.8.IS
1620 Unv Open 7am to 7pm
Snowshoe WV 3nl $169 Key West 3m trantported GMG trans 336-7026 ((305))
$139 Extra nts avail, $39 holds your spoil 266-3788. 3-13.46-18
Breakaway Tours 377.6369 2.19-19-15
.
Late nits fun at Alley Katz. Bowling, billiards
& beer Look in the Paper Mint lor Daytona every wk/end leave Frl before
To make a long story short-at E Z Tennis, Thurs 4pm return Sun 8.9pm call Tom 7-9pm
Lanes available Men after
coupons
we don't match prices, we beat them. 376-5888 leave name/number $15 R/T/ '
Tennis balls, are still $1 88, limit 2 34 St 9pm. 221.5.15Y
?-21 .5-15 Two
airplane tickets to Mardi Gras R/T i
wait for a sale? For great prices on
from Gville $175 each
quality products 365 days a year come price negotiablecall
LEARN. TO SINGI rock pop, classical 395.9526 for more information
on, U know where E Z Tennis 34th St
vOlc".non. It Fr & Ger dicnon Reasonable -
rates Call Joe 371-1544. 2-21. Plaza. 2.21.515Reitz
10.15 20 LOST & FOUND
.
Union Barber Shop ground Moor Ap.

SKYDIVE pomtments lor busy students Walk"ins Finders Keepers?

Skydive with the Wilhston, skydivers 336- welcome' 10 expert stylists 392.1610. If you find something you can place a
7970 3-1.15-15 FREE ad in this section Be kind to some-

16 CONNECTIONSGAY one who lost what you found. Call 373- 0.0

WE BUY USED CD'sSpike's FIND.

Records Call 37- SWITCHBOARD LOST: Fraternity medallion key ring with k
approx. 8.10 keys 3 colored. REWARD to
332 0700, 24 Mrs Info/Referral
SPIKE 4.30-75.16 finder, call 336.6728. 2.16.S-20


SHOE SALE EYE EXAMS, contact lenses. eye disease FOUND: Black Bike, on Museum Rd. on
2/9, call to ID 372-4861. 2-16-3.20
treatment. 28 Dr J. Beckum
al shoes' Featuring Nike Reebok, Avis & years exp A
optometrist 917 W Univ Ave. 376-1288.
more Save 10 to 40% Lloyd Clarke FOUND F CAT Call 3356989. 216320
2 28-20-16
Sports 1504 NW 13 Si 372.7836. 2.16.5I5 ,
FOUND: Cat near the Sun Center, male,
EARN $100 MONTHFor brown 1 grey tiger striped w/ notch in right

** DYNAMIC NAILS* your plasma donations Our fully-au- ear 3355309. 2-16-3-20
tomated is safer and (aster than
Sculptured Nails Gel Nails Wraps, Nail system Many Abused Children Have
manual centers Air conditioned Special Found set of keys in womens bathroom
Art Airbrushing, Manicures Pedicurei across from Tur L007. 377-2885Keys .
ad Call for
bonus with this appointment
...We've got it all, including 8 fantastic Hard Time Talking About It.
technicians to serve you. Mention this Alpha Plasma Center found in front of East Hall. Call to
ad and get a lull set for $25 or fill $15. identify 392-0830. 2-19-3-20
M F 9305.30Sat 9:30-2:30: :
37S 2200 18D096Ill
9 SW 1st Sf. 3789204.
ALSO FOUND: Personal planner In McCarty Au-

*Skin Care by Karin Highly experienced Friendly Straight looking for computer-in- ditorium. Belongs to Donna D. Call 375 Lai calla halt to it'I

with European facial waxing and hibited person for projects, course work, 8186 2193.20 F :I I i5] Honda Protective Services System
problem skin 378.2200 216415 I spreadsheet) PC Lab 3726500. 2-16-5-
16 Found M.dog call 335.4874 or 3314213.

Ski the North Orlando.Iceland R/T
a "hotel/bus/tour/meals 4 niter $543 What to do on that first date? How about Found divers watch by Broward Tennis
Courts on 2/11. 395.9705. 2-19.3.20 DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLEEdited
met $794 Jamaica is open Dorothy'sTrvi bowling at Alley Katz. Its fun. Come on
377.1600 2.27.10.15 out, you'll be glad you did. 219516
FOUND: Gold ring by Flavett Field call to by Trude Michel Jaffe

If want to be more than close friends ID 395.9516. 220320
HOT SURFWEARISUR.FWEAR / with you another guy but don't know how to ACROSS 3 Actor Porter 38 Region of $. 57 Caroline's

meet, and you are fun, sincere, 21 25, Found Gold.Charm at Delta Party 2/10 1 Mountain 4 Alder tree Spain daughter
straight-looking and lonely' then write to 395.7532. 2 20-3-?0 nymphs 5 Air battles 41 Yuccalike plant 59 March 15th, to
Womens bikinis by Ran ns. Gotcha, Ron at Box *14251 Gnv 32604. 7 Nightingale's 6 Arose 44 Place side by Caesar
Ipanema Wear Surfwear by OmksilverI FOUND: Gold bracelet' at corner at Sta-
.I,mmy'z Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW 13 dium & NS Dr.. call to ID 375.1274. 220 I symbol 7 Junior miss side 60 Grease
Si 372.7836 216315 I 17 NOTICESGET 11 Greek letter 8 Earnest 46 Genesis monkey's
Found Set of Keys 2/13 at Bryant Hall. Call I 14 Colorful bird request name job

'Learning the Art of Discrimination Is READY FOR MIDTERMS 3786938. 2-20-3.20 15 Pertaining 9 Nero's 1 1,002 49 Candles 61 Transfer

topic of Eckankar discussion FrI.. Feb WPSO, 123, DOS, Mor..S19 to bees 10 Gay 52 Lifeless property
16, 730pm: 612 NW 10 Ave, Apt, A. PC LAB, 17th & Univ 372.6500. 2-16-5. Lost 2 subject notebook 2/7 at Murphree call 372-rac- 17 brath 11 Type size 54 Train tracks 62 Three.spotted
Important
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Everyone welcome' Info: 378-3504. ,17 2304 2-21-4.20 18 Air hole 12 Sentry's 55 Pinnacle card

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20 Choreographer- Arrow poison bend 66 Droop
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FRIDAY FEBRUARY Iff. 1990.I ALLIGATOR 13


Lady Gators travel to Tennessee Another recruit .

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By GREGG DOYEL said. They're very beatable this year. themselves."
Alligator Writer Who knows what will happen?" The Lady Vols ((20-4)) are paced by bolts from UF
Henry, who starred at UT from 1979- preseason All-Americans Daedra ,
UF women's basketball coach Lea 83, says her squad had such a good time Charles and Tonya Edwards. Charles, a
Henry makes her Southeastern Confer- disposing of Stetson on Wednesdaynight 6-foot-3 center, scores 15.4 points and
ence coaching debut Saturday against that they might just go for an grabs 8.5 rebounds a game. Edwards, signs with Ga.
fourth-ranked and defending national encore Saturday at Knoxville's Thomp- who Henry calls one of the best guardsin
champion Tenessee,but neither she nor son-Boling Assembly Center. the country, fires away from the out Jacksonville Ribault linebacker Andre Washington
her team feel the decked may be stackedin "(Wednesday night) we talked about side for 11.1 points a game. became the second recruit to back out of a verbal
the Lady Vols' favor. how much fun we had, and how it wouldbe But UF, 13-10 overall\ and 1-6 in the commitment to UF Thursday, signing with the Georgia
"They're strong individually and even better if it happened this Saturday SEC, has an inside-outside attack of its Bulldogs.
strong as a team, but we're not going to ," she said. "Now I tell them to focuson own in forward Rhvonja Smith ((15.4 James Roberson, a linebacker from Lake Wales,
let Tennessee intimidate us," Henry beating Tennessee and to believe in points, 8.5 rebounds) and guard Sophia changed his oral commitment late Tuesday night and
signed Wednesday with Florida State. Lake Wales

: ;;:".r't, coach James Hale said he thinks someone told Rober-
son that UF, which is under NCAA investigation, will
receive three years probation, affecting his decision.
.


AROUND SPORTS


Washington told his coach that he received an
anonymous letter detailing a similar scenario, but
Ribault coach Bernard Gray said Washington ((6-2,220
pounds) told him his decision was not influenced by
possible NCAA sanctions against the Gators.
UF has signed 19 players and is awaiting word on
1 1AAA West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman wide receiver
Chris Jones.
Jones, who is considering signing with UF, Michigan
Michigan State or Miami, has a news conference 1
scheduled for Monday. ',*"

Ivey named women's swim coach
Former Olympian and Olympic coach Mitch Ivey
was named Thursday as coach of the UF women's
6 All swim team beginning next season.
Ivey will begin recruiting immediately while cur
rent coach Randy Reese finishes the season. Reese
announced Jan. 11 he would step down as women's
coach after the NCAA Championships and return next '
E. ANN STOOOARO year to coach only the men.
Freshman gymnast Jennifer Hrubes performs on the uneven bars during a recent meet. Reese said having two coaches would help recruit
ing and put less of a strain on him to keep the two
Gymnasts hoping to bounce backBy teams in the top 10. The UF women are currently
ranked third and the men 11th.
Ivey, who coaches for the Etobicoke Pepsi Swim
SHARON GINN look like defending national champions should. Nevertheless, Club in Toronto, has coached current Lady Gators
Alligator Writer they out-performed the Gators. Laura Walker,Jane Kerr and Sandy Goss, and former
: UF junior Tracy Wilson was the only Gator to score in the Lady Gator Amy Caulkins.He .
., After suffering their worst loss in years, the UF gymnastics top three in any event last Saturday. Wilson scored a 9.70 to was an assistant coach for the 1988 U.S. Olympic
team is ready to bounce back and with a vengeance.For win the beam competition. Team and captain of,the 1972 U.S. Olympic Team.
< the second time in a week, the No. 13 Gators ((3-3)) will Junior All-American Pam Titus, one of the most consistent "With Mitch Ivey, our women's team won't miss a
..r face 1989 NCAA champion Georgia ((11.1)). Both teams are performers for the Gators this season, posted careerbestscores step," said Ann Marie Lawler,associate athletic director
.;. coming off a loss to Alabama in a tri-meet last Saturday in on the vault ((9.45)) and all-around ((37.65)) at Alabama. I for women's sports.
Tuscaloosa, Ala. Like Weaver, she was not impressed with Georgia. "We contacted people across the country the
It was more of battle between No. 3 Alabama and No. 4 best names in training,recruiting,and everything else
"They did not look as good as they did in nationals last
'14 Georgia than a three-team event. Alabama won with a score year," Titus said. "I expected them to come in and look that goes into being a great coach. We feel we have
of 191.75, while Georgia scored a 190.85. UF took third witha amazing and they were falling all over the place. gotten the top person."

185.65. "They do have the difficulty in all of their routines on Football player named In fight
But this time, home for the first time in four weeks, the every UF reserve football player Doyce Jackson may face
event, but the way they were executing their tricks was not
f Gators are prepared to meet the Lady Bulldogs\ tonight at 7:30: incident
in the O'Connell Center. the way national champions should. I think they'll have to goa charges of battery after an at a fraternity party
. long way to win nationals this year." Saturday. >
Coach Ernestine Weaver said that even coming off a hard Gainesville police said they filed a sworn complaint
I.! loss, the Gators have "looked at the best, and realized that Senior Karen Brennalt, the top all-arounder for the Gatorsat recommending a battery charge against Jackson aftera
they're not that far home meets this year, said Georgia wasn't the only team
away" guest at the Delta Tau Delta fraternity said Jackson
with last weekend. Brennalt said the Gators
t: And Weaver thinks the Georgia gymnasts, some of whom problems were punched him in the eye.
'J are suffering from ankle injuries, won't be at their best this coming off some good practices before the meet in Alabamabut Police said Jackson, 21, a junior noseguard, allegedly -
weekend."It just couldn't get the high scores they wanted.
I approached UF student William Latson and a
would seemto me that they (Georgia) would have to be But, she said, this is the meet to make up for that female student at the party,made insulting comments,
fatigued after this big dual meet," Weaver said. "It was such "We've seen what Georgia can do and we're not in any way and walked away. Jackson allegedly returned about
a fight between the two schools that they have to be on a threatened by it," Brennalt said. "We see it as more of a 15 minutes later and punched Latson.
I mental down this week." challenge. We'll bring it into our home court and show them Alligator writers Alex Marvez and Sharon Ginn
Weaver added that last weekend the Lady Bulldogs did not the real Florida Gators." contributed to this report. *


I UF women netters face tough match against GeorgiaBy I


tennis. UF's Andrea Farley is two weeks ago. sity Courts., Saturday, we have to'have all of
GUERRY SMITH ranked second, Nicole Arendt is Last year, a 6-0 Gators team our guys playing well,"head coach T
Alligator Writer fifth and Holly Danforth is tied for E rolled into Mississippi and lost 5-4 Ian Duvenhage said.

The UF women's tennis team 10th. Georgia's Caryn Moss is to the Bulldogs, beginning a four-
will play one of its toughest fourth,Shannan McCarthy is sixth Gators face Mississippi State. match SEC losing streak.
matches of the year today when it and Stacey Schefflin is seventh. The UF men's team, which wantsto Freshman David Blair will be "Guys who have struggled a
travels to Athens, Ga., to face the The 2-0 Lady Bulldogs defeatedNo. prove it can beat Southeastern little bit just have to pick their
his first dual match win in
fourth-ranked Lady Bulldogs. 10 Oklahoma State 5-1 and No. Conference competition, plays a three seeking games up a notch, and if they can
Combined, the two teams have 15 Miami 72. UF beat Miami 9-0 key match against No. 23 Mississippi attempts. do that, we can beat Mississippi ,i
six of the top 11 players in college State on Saturday at the Var "For us to .go out and win on State."
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16,AIJJGATOR FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1990


SPORTSGators




seek to end streak against VolunteersBy

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DAN STIFFLER Bell had a big game against the
Gators in their first
meeting Jan.
Alligator Staff Writer
17, scoring 22 points, but the big
The UF basketball team travelsto damage to UF that night was 6-foot-
Knoxville, Tenn., on Saturday 7, 235-pound freshman Carlus
looking to end a 10-game losing Groves, who muscled the smaller
streak against the Tennessee Vol- Gators inside for 15 points.

unteers. The Gators, who have enjoyed
The game, scheduled for 4 p.m., recent success the last two weeks
will mark the re- on the road,
turn of UF interim were defeatedWednesday
coach The
Don DeVoe to UF basketballteam ,,4t

the Thompson- has lost 10 night by Auburn
con-
Boling Arena for 75-55.
the first time secutive games, in- The Gators
since he was dis-
never were
missed as cluding nine SEC into the game,

Tennessee'scoach contests. trailing 3719at
at the end halftime
of last season. after shooting d

DeVoe spent 11 years with the 38 percent from the field in the first
Volunteers, guiding Tennessee to half. Auburn shot 68 percent from
a 204-137 record and a Southeastern the field. I
Conference title during his ten
Stacey Poole, though, kept his
ure. But DeVoe was forced to
torrid for the Gators. Al-
pace Af
resign by Athletic Director Doug
though the redshirt freshman
Dickey despite leading the team to
scored only six he
points, pulled -
)19 victories and an NCAA Tournament r
down a game-high 13 rebounds.
last season.
appearance Guard Renaldo Garcia also had a
Awaiting the Gators ((6-15 overall good night, scoring a career-high It
2-11 in the SEC) in Knoxvillewill 19 points.
be a sellout crowd of more than 6

24.000 and a Tennessee squad that Dwayne Davis continues to lead
defeated the Gators 80-75 on Jan. UF in scoring, averaging 13.2
17 in the O'Connell Center. points. INS,.
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Tennessee coach Wade Hous-

ton has guided his team to a 12-10, With the Gators coming closerto
7-6 record. His team is lead by a school-record 14 consecutive
senior guard Greg Bell ((16.8 ppg), losses set in 1981-82, UF obviously KEVIN WISNIEWSKI ALLIGATOR
and his son, freshman guard Allan seeks only one result this weekend UF's Scott Stewart dribbles past Kentucky's Derrick Miller during Monday's game.

Houston ((19.3 ppg). a victory.


I Another challenge lies ahead Home course could




for baseball team vs. Bulls help women golfersBy


arrive in time for Friday's game.
ALEX MARVEZ
By "He (Moberg) asked me a question today-'What Hackney, the team's most con
Alligator Writer Alligator Writer sistent is winless this ,
have I got to show you to be able to play?' Arnold player, year
I After posting a 4-2 mark against Western Carolina said. "My answer was show me the ability to run the As long as the competition does but Ryan said Hackney wants to
and Georgia Southern to open the season,one would ball down in the outfield. He did." not Intimidate them, the UF end that trend.
figure the UF baseball team's first stern test would Arnold changed the pitching rotation this week- women's golf team could use the
come this weekend witha end. Brett Stuart who home-course advantage to win the "She has been working really
three-game series hurled eight strong innings Lady Gator Invitational this week- hard and wants to win pretty bad,"

4- against South Florida. T in a victory last end.The Ryan said.Nedoba.
Instead, UF baseball he Gators play game Sunday against Georgia 10th-ranked women's team

coach Joe Arnold says his against South Florida today in Southern, will pitch Saturday will face four of the nation's top 10 finished fourth last yearat
team already has been teams at University Golf CourseNo.
and John Burke the tournament and despite an
pushed by good Tampa, another in St. Petersis scheduled for Sun- 4 Georgia, No. 5 Tulsa, No. 6 inconsistent fall, Ryan expects her

ballclubs. burg and conclude I the series day. Auburn and No. 7 Oklahoma State. to play well this weekend.As .
"At first, when we won All four teams beat UF in the fall.

two out of three against here, Sunday at Perry Field. Now Playing at home could be an
Western Carolina and Gators on ESPN.two advantage for the golfers because a team, Ryan said she is
of three from Georgia UF athletic officials an- they play the course almost every happy with the players' performance
Southern, I said, 'Who are these guys?' Arnold said. nounced Thursday that UF's April 13 game against day and, consequently, know the but hopes the pressure of
9 "Then I got some information. Mississippi State at Perry Field will be telecast by right places to hit the ball. winning does not distract the golf-

"Western Carolina goes and beats Auburn two out ESPN beginning at 3 p.m. Even though the home-course ers.
of three. Georgia Southern thumped Georgia. The advantage proved helpful last
teams we have faced have not been slouches." The game with the Bulldogs was originally sched- weekend for the men's team,bring The women's tournamentcourse

South Florida ((4-1)) has won all its games since uled for Sunday, April 15, at 1:30: p.m., but was ing it a victory, Lady Gators coach is a combination of men's
the switched to accomodate the network. Mimi Ryan said she is not sure the and women's tees and measures
losing season-opener to Miami.Jim Jamaki ((1-1))
4 is scheduled to start at 3 p.m. today against Cord home-course advantage will neces- 5,900 yards. Ryan said the courseis
Corbitt ((1-0)) at the South Florida campus.Saturday's The teams still are scheduled to play a double- sarily help the women."Unfortunately in excellent shape, but will not
,you know all the play easily for the golfers becauseof
header beginning at 5 the following day. The
2 will be at Al Lang Stadiumin p.m.
p.m. game bad too the small and often tight
spots Ryan said."For that greens
first of that doubleheader will be telecast live
St. Petersburg, and the series concludes at 1:30: game
by SportsChannel Florida. reason, I've been trying to keep fairways.
Sunday at Perry Field.
p.m.
them away from the course lately."
Arnold said senior center fielder Mike Moberg, Leading the team this weekendwill "The course is a good challengefor
,. who sprained his left ankle Feb. 3 against Western UF last played on ESPN on March 12, 1989. The be Lisa Nedoba, Lisa Hackney, women golfers," Ryan said. "It
\ Carolina, will play this weekend. Special high-top Gators dropped a 2-1 decision at Louisiana State in Michele Vinieratos, Julie Foster is short, but you better put the ball
cleats have been ordered for Moberg, but may not Baton Rouge, La. and Laura Brown. where you want it to be. tM