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11 VOLUME 83, NUMBER 106 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1990



Report ranks UF ninthin Civil liberties activist says



private donationsAlligator FBI violates personal rights


Staff and Wire Report among the top 10. Wilkinson said he has been under- 24-hour surveillance

UF has placed ninth amongall Including pledges, the UF By JASON CASTEN Writer by the FBI for the last 40 years.
U.S. public universities in campaign raised more than$90 Alligator "They (the FBI) had spent$17 million in followingme
the amount of private monetary million from more than 40,000 Civil rights violations that began during the McC- from the time I was 28 until I was 65," Wilkinsonsaid. I
support it received In fiscal 1989 individuals and organizationsfor arthy Era in the 1950s continue to be committed by .
making this the first time in the 1-year period that ended the FBI, a civil liberties leader told a UF audience A federal judge has ordered the FBI to stop its
UF history that it has crackedthe last June 30. The campaign will Thursday night in Bruton-Geer Hall. .. 1 investigation of Wilkinson, but other
top 10. continue through 1991. Spying and disruption are two tactics people are still in danger, he said.
the FBI uses to violate First Amendment "They cannot touch me, but they can
A preliminary report from the "It was an extraordinary year rights, said Frank Wilkinson, executive very definitely tan, and will, and do
Council for Aid to Education, a for private giving to the Univer- director emeritus of the National Com- touch you," Wilkinson said.
New York organization that sity of Florida, and we are .
mittee Against Repressive Legislation.His There are more than 1 million Ameri-
monitors private gifts to deeply grateful to our alumni speech was sponsored by the cans not engaged in criminal activities
schools, says the university re- and friends who made it possi- Gainesville-area chapter of the American who are being investigated for their
ceived $58.7 million during the ble," Lindgren said. "Their gen- Civil Liberties Union.In political activities, Wilkinson said.
last fiscal Others in the top erosity, in fact, has now pushedthe used HUAC
year. the 1950s, the FBI the House The FBI replaced the with the
level include the University of Embrace Excellence Cam- Un-American Activities Committee to in- Senate Committee on Terrorism, Wil-
California at Berkeley, Ohio paign to within $7 million" of its vestigate Americans thought to be communists kinson said. If the government does not
State University and UCLA. minimum overall goal. Wilkinson said. like- your politics. it now' classifies! you

UF Vice President for Devel- The donations will be used to As a civil i ibrtis; leader in the 1950s, Wilkinson as a t terrorist, Wilkinson s d.-.n
opment and Alumni Affairs Rob- endow student scholarshipsand Wilkinson was questioned by the HUAC about his The FBI labeled 190 organizations as "terrorist
ert LIndgren credited the faculty positions, support political affiliations. Using the First Amendment as fronts" for opposing President Reagan's policies in
university's $250 million "Em- educational and research programs his defense, he refused to answer and was sentencedto Central America, Wilkinson said.
brace Excellence Campaign"for and allow for construc- jail for contempt."We Any "organization calling for a negotiated settle-
UF's first-ever showing tion or renovation of facilities. will not save free speech if we are not preparedto
go to jail in its defense,"" he said. see Covert, page 15

Student-runner finds



time for classes, races


Brewer hopes to run in '92 OlympicsBy

STEPHANIE OELSTROM magazine,and race directors know
her name. In fact, when the 1989
Alligator Writer
road racing rankings came out in
As the sun peeks over the hori- the February issue of Runner's
zon about 7 a.m., Diane Brewer is World, Diane was ranked fifth in U
out of bed and getting ready for the world.
work. Fifteen to 20 weekends a year,
She puts on her shorts, tightensher Diane flies to a distant city to test K
shoelaces, does some her speed and endurance againstthe
stretches, sets her watch and nation's top runners. She won
heads for the road. her last race in Lynchburg, Va.,
The morning traffic emerges as which was 10 miles long. Most of
Diane's lean frame strides down her races are 10-kilometers, about
the road. In 45 minutes,she covers six miles, and half-marathons, 7r- I
six miles- she can do it chattingall about 13 miles."I .
the way and not even breathinghard prefer the half-marathon races
on the hills. because I'm more confident in in-
Although she's a full-time UF termediate distances," Diane said.
graduate student in mass commu- That confidence has led to suc-
nications, Diane finds time for a cess and rewards as high as$6,000,
career as a professional runner. which she received fora first place
"It's horribly hard," she said. finish in the Fairfield (Conn.) Half
"I've got two full-time jobs as a Marathon last June.
student and a runner." Diane hasn't always been mak-
Every morning before most stu- ing money from her running. She
dents are out of bed, Diane dons began running just for fun 17 years
her running apparel and runs a six- ago with her parents."I .
to 12-mile route through Gaines- enjoyed it,so I started running
ville. After classes, she's back on track meets," she said. "I found
the road for another fiveto six- that I was good at it. I seemed to
mile trek. have natural endurance."
Diane's 80-mile-a-week traininghas After four years of track and
started to pay off during the cross country at Purdue Universityand E. ANN STODDARD
past two years. She has become a Michigan State University, Close EncountersJim
well-known competitor on the professional Diane decided to keep running.
road racing circuit in the After several more years of train- Williams, 33, of W.W. Gay Construction Company welds the end of a pipe. The pipes
South and Midwest. Her picture1111tas were being laid near Buckman Hall for the new chemistry building.

appeared in Runner's World see Brewer, page 8 . . . . . . . . . . .

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2. ALLIGATOR MONDAY. FEBRUARY 19,1990CAMPUS


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Panhellenic Council rescinds bids one on the senate that could not make a 2.0 regardlessof

For the first time in its history, the National Panhel- the circumstances, that would take away from my

lenic Conference decided to rescind bids from 598 opinion of this organization." 3OK
pledge class members at Cornell University and "Everyone can have a bad semester,and if you were
redistribute new bids because of tampering with in this senate right now and you were to have a bad

sorority rush preference cards, The Cornell Daily Sun semester, you would be out of here," said Senate
reported.But President Rodney Markham. "It is not grade point On OurEntireCollectian

some rushees are angry about the reassign- averages that got the bank on campus. It is not GPA
ments. that recognized the football team or funds organiza- Of

"Panhel simply cannot give bids to people and then tions. It is leadership."
Despite arguments the senate voted against the HERFFJONES
take them away, Sheri L. Rabiner, a rushee ,
withdrawn from the pledge list of her first choice resolution 23-17.
CoIege RiTgr
-USE FISHER
house, said.Complaints.
from rushees prompted an editorial by correctionThose StyfesCollege

The Sun urging sororities to reexamine how they infected with influenza can fight the virus

approach new members and conduct rush. with amantadine at any time, though the medicine is

Q Senate votes down GPA requirementThe most effective when taken within 48 hours of the first Our entire collection
Texas Tech Student Senate failed to approve a sign of illness UF health educator Joanne Auth said. {

resolution calling for a required 2.0 grade point Once symptoms appear, sufferers can infect others for of Hellf Jones

average for all senators, The University Daily at least three days. The Alligator reported otherwise in
Ring styles
reported.Sen. a story on page 5 Friday. Gainesville police and the FBI /
Stuart Schmidt introduced the resolution fol- believe the man who robbed the Empire of America are now on sale!
lowing the administration's increased admission Federal Savings Bank at 249 W. University requested
standards for the University. "I believe that if I werea thousands of dollars. The Alligator reported otherwiseon
constituent, and I recognized that there was some- this page Friday. 4111 Stop by the Hff!
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I Officials move Diddley' show, cite safety reasons 1 I



By CORINNE TUTUSKA visory group,decided last week that Diddley Last semester, organizers took a similar turnout, but that he doesn't think enough
Alligator Writer would attract too large a crowd for the risk when the Indigo Girls held a concert people will make the trek from the Union.
Union. outside the Orange & Brew, Kratzer said. "So many more students would have the
UF administrators have cited safety rea- Reitz Union Director Dave Kratzer said Organizers expected about 300 fans, but opportunity to see Bo if he were at the
sons in forcing the Celebration 1990 com the possibility of a mob scene would impose more than 2,000 arrived, and many leaned Union," Rosenberg said.
mittee to relocate Bo Diddle/s kick-off serious safety hazards over an area not over the railings."If But Kratzer said he isn't worried about a
performance to the UF Bandshell. adequate for a large crowd. anybody would have fallen, we would low turn-out.

The performance site, originally scheduled "Bo's a household name these days," have been out of here," he said. "It's a safety factor, not how many peoplewe
for the Reitz Union South Terrace on Kratzer said,"Especially now with the Nike Celebration director Jason Rosenberg has can pack into the show," he said.
Tuesday,March 6,has been moved becausethe commercials. We just can't take that kind of mixed feelings about the decision. He said In case of bad weather, the show will be
UF Campus Concert Committee, an ad risk." he's glad that so many people expect a large moved to the Reitz Union Ballroom.


Police arrest suspectin



fast-food robberyMan


also charged in 3 other robberies
-
suspect kicked the employee in the
By MIKE BRUSCELL
Alligator WriterA ribs and, once the safe was open,
left with a bag of money throughthe V
Gainesville man arrested back door, Darnell said. 44
Thursday night for robbing a fast- Restaurant employee Charles E.
food restaurant on Southeast Haw Goines, along with two witnesses,
thorne Road was also charged with chased the suspect.Goines,armed
three other robberies over the past with a .38-caliber revolver, fired
three months, Gainesville police several shots at the suspect, but

said.Charles did not injure anybody, Darnell
Levan Davis, 31, was said. After they lost sight of him,
found by police at his house on police officers resumed the search,
East University Avenue after he following a trail that led to Davis'
allegedly robbed In-N-Out Ham- house, she said.

burgers,1445 SE Hawthorne Road, The gun Goines fired was taken
Gainesville police spokeswoman away by police and given to the
Lt. Sadie Darnell said. Police also restaurant's manager, Darnell
arrested Davis for two other rob said. She said charges could be
beries at the restaurant in November filed against Goines for firing the
and December,and a third last gun within city limits.
month at Kentucky Fried Chicken, mh'N
r'M
"You understand
why
some-
can
1231 E. University Ave., she said.
one would react that way, but it's
At about 9:30: p.m., the suspect still a violation," Darnell said.
kicked in the back door of the
restaurant, walked in and de- In-N-Out manager Karl Weber
manded cash from the register. said he was glad the robber was
After receiving an undisclosed caught,but he would not comment
of he told further on the case.
amount money, an em-
ployee to open the safe. The em- Davis,who also was arrested for
ployee, who thought the suspect cocaine possession, was taken to
had a gun underneath his jacket, the Alachua County jail and is
began working with the lock. The being held on $100,000 bond.


i Lawyer says Schintziusto

I

try for NBA Draft

KtVIN WIS>NltV S>KI -ALLIUAIOli
the NBA was to continue his train-
By MIKE DAME ing here." A Bird In the Hand. .
Alligator Staff Writer Alfonso Doce of Kissimmee shows his northern Goshawk to the crowd at the fourth
Schintzius also had been men-
Former UF basketball star tioned as possibly playing with Annual Hoggetowne Medieval Faire on Sunday. This is the first year Doce brought his

Dwayne Schintzius has decided to Real Madrid of the Spanish league, "Birds of Prey" show to the Faire.
forgo the opportunity to play in but team officials there said their
Europe and instead work out on his roster was full.
own in preparation for April's Orlando
All-Star Classic. If he had decided to play in Eu- Traveling gourmet educatespublic
Schintzius would have be-
"All along, it's been whatever he rope,
best to stay in shapeas come ineligible to participate in the
though; was
far as conditioning and be ready Classic -.an NCAAsanctionedevent
ideas
because of his status. about
pro veganistic
Car
for the NBA Draft, said Ron
penter, a Gainesville attorney who The 7-foot-2 center committed .. ..
represents Schintzius. "He just earlier this year to participate in NICOLE SNEED principles of veganism. Accompanying Chloeo was
made the ultimate decision that the Classic, to be held at Orlando By Vegans differ from vegetariansin Brook Fields, an animal lawyer
going to Europe was not as goodas Arena April 1214. The event is Alligator Writer that vegans do not eat any ani- from Umatilla, Fla., in Lake
staying here." used as a scouting tool by the NBAin Sporting a "Peace begins in the mal products,whereas vegetariansmay County. Fields, who is also the
Last week, Carpenter had been preparation for the draft. kitchen, go vegetarian" pin, travel- eat eggs and milk. Some veg- author of the Cookbook for People
seeking a deal for Schintzius with Schintzius could not be reachedfor ing gourmet Chaz Chioeo taught ans also do not use animal products Who Love Animals, said some peo-
Phillips Milan of Italy's A-l league. comment. 13 people to make tofu omelets, such as soap, gelatin and silk. ple make the mistake of judgingtofu
But Schintzius, who quit the UF sunflower seed milk and other veg- "I hope to turn the world ontoit in its raw form.
basketball team Jan. 25 citing dif- In his three-plus years with the etarian dishes Wednesday to cele- ," Chioeo said. "I guess 111 start "
ferences with interim coach Don Gators, Schintzius became the brate National Cruelty-Free Day with the United States." "People say, 'I don't like tofu
DeVoe,will stay in Gainesville and fourth-leading scorer in school his- for animals. Chioeo said Ran Dass has beena Fields said."What does that mean?
continue conditioning work. tory with 1,624 points. UF went to Tofu is a base. It can do whateveryou
"Dwayne considered European the NCAA Tournament in each of For almost three months Chioeo vegan for six and a half years. want it to do." For example,
basketball," Carpenter said. "But his first three years with the Ga- and his vegan dog, Ran Dass, have "He's half pit-bull but he's the Fields said oriental foods can be
the NCAA Tournamenttrips been traveling around the countryin most peaceful dog you will ever
he decided the best way to be tors, only 17
Vetanlam
see page
mentally and physically ready for the team has ever made. his remodeled bus teaching the meet," Chioeo said.



4,ALLIGATOR MONDAY FEBRUARY 19.1990
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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (UPI) Just a committee announced that it will send a delegation to Tues. 8:00 i
week after the release of black leader Nelson Mandela South Africa as soon as possible for direct talks with : 2/20 pm Ae
from life imprisonment, exiled enemies of apartheidsaid President Frederik de Klerk on issues standing in the 2/21 Wed. 8:00: pm 'se
in interviews published Sunday that they dreamof way of negotiations aimed at ending the country's e 2/22 Thurs. Invite Only i iA8
returning home. racial conflict. MAN MAO MAN MAN MAN MAN MAN MAN Meg MAN MAN MAO MAO MAN MAN MAN MAN
Joe Slovo,the Dthuanian-born white who heads the There was no response from De Klerk's office by ,
South African Communist Party and commanded the Sunday on the ANC announcement, which followed
military wing of the African National Congress, said the release of ANC leader Nelson Mandela a week I
from exile in Lusaka, Zambia, that returning home ago as part of a sweeping package of racial reforms Sterling Tire &
from 27 years of exile had seemed unlikely until now. that also included lifting a 30-year() ban on the ANC.
"In a vague, abstract way I thought I might some A spokesman for De Klerk said Saturday there
day be back," Slovo, 64, long regarded as Public would be no comment until he had reviewed the ANC Quick Lube Center
Enemy No. 1 in South Africa, told the Sunday Times. statement.But .
"Frankly, I could not have kept going if I did not have De Klerk's brother Wimple, who has long
this to cling to. advocated direct talks between the ANC and the 405 N.W. 13th St Gainesville FL 32601
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Slovo acknowledged that he had planned armed ANC's request for a meeting was "outstanding." _.
ANC operations and incursions, including some at- In addition to announcing a delegation of exiles, r- i & ;g---
tacks on "soft" civilian targets that ran counter to the South African-based ANC officials wanted to meet with Oil Filter
ANC's orginal policy of hitting only government in- De Klerk to "talk about talks." The ANC said it was
stallations and minimizing civilian casualties. But he preparing to re-establish a legal ANC in the countryand I
said, "My conscience is clear." a permanent return of exiles.At $10.95
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we did not relish some of the consequences of our the unfulfilled demands of the so-called Harare Dec 1 u
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Sipho Simon Makane, the ANC's chief repre- These include a lifting of a 43-month-old state of I I reg. $20.20 I 1
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Atlanta and the NAACP office in Jacksonville, in the repossessed his car. But the bomb exploded when I Available II III
case once suspected as being racerelated.A Moody's wife accidentally opened the package. M -Lifetime Warranty
decision is still pending in Moody's federal ap- Investigators were still seeking possible links between I most & domestic cars I II
foreign
peals court case, which he filed after being acquittedon Moody and Robert Wayne O'Ferrell, a junk I I
charges of attempted murder in 1983. store owner in Enterprise,Alabama,where FBI agents -------------------------
Moody, who has denied any participation in the have set up quarters in an extensive search of the
bombings, was charged in the attempted murder of area. I Tune-up Special I II


. Experts investigate supermarket bombingsROSWELL I I regular per spacs spark $29.95 4 cylinder* I II 1 I II

Ga. (UPI) Federal experts began bombings Stokes said. I I -Set timing 6 cylinder I II
examining remnants of bombs that exploded in two The explosions caused only minimal damage, and I rlnstaD ally check I II
suburban Atlanta supermarkets but the devices did no one was injured, although several customers had I ignition system $39.95_ I
not resemble fatal mail bombs that killed two people ignored store warnings to evacuate the stores, said 8 cylinder j II
last year, authorities said Sunday. Roswell police dispatcher Jim Roberts. battery *
The bombs, placed in Tupperware-like containers, FBI spokesman Pat Johnson said the explosions I l PCV valve $49.95 I II
exploded at the Kroger and Cub Foods stores at 2 p.m. could have done far more damage had the homemade I 'Electronic Ignition I
Saturday, about an hour after the threats were made, bombs detonated properly. /------------------------I1

authorities said. The fuse train is all that detonated, so the effect of I Front
A man also phoned in threats to three other grocery the bombs was really only that of a firecracker," he Brake Overhaul I II
stores and a chicken restaurant, but bombsniffingdogs .
said.Four I Starting at $39.95 $75.00 I II
found no explosives at those sites, said Tom of the five stores were in Roswell, 30 miles reg.
Stokes, spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, north of Atlanta. The four Fulton County groceries I 1. Lifetime warranty brake I II
Tobacco and Firearms. received the bomb threats one after the other by I pads I II
Bomb experts see "absolutely no connection" between telephone starting around 12:45: p.m., Roberts said. I (MmJ-motalic pads only) I II
the grocery store bombs and the fatal mail A caller informed store personnel the bombs wouldgo 2. Repack front wheel bearings I
bombs that killed Alabama federal Judge Robert Vance off between 1 p.m.and 2 p.m.,prompting evacuationof I 3. Inspect Hydralic system ( ll I II
and Savannah,Ga., City Councilman Robert Robinsonlast an estimated 200 to 300 customers at each store, 4. Resurface the Rotors )
year, he said. officials said. I I II
The telephoned threats yielded few clues about the The bombed Kroger and Cub Foods stores are I (wmtflietallc pads flighty higher) I
suspect, and no motive has been established for the about three miles apart. ------------------------J



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Campus Profile: BSU President Roxy OliverBy



NANCY MCCREARY Oliver noticed a serious problem on campus
that seemed to be getting worse- racism.
Alligator Writer
She was one of several students who began
Anyone can make a change. addressing this issue to UF administrators,
When Rosianna "Roxy" Oliver first came among them Interim UF President Robert y
to UF in 1987, she was still tired from her Bryan and Student Affairs Vice PresidentArt
high school duties as student body and Sandeen. It was then important to vocal-
National Honor Society presidents.Little ize the problems that black students were
did she know that in two years, she having on campus, she said.
would clear debt that plagued one of UFs "I feel as though since a lot of black .
largest organizations, the Black Student students were concerned, people listened to kw
Union, for the past couple of years. us,"she said."And it came to be very,very
"When I came to UF, I said that I'm not big issue on campus. I think what happenedis
going to get involved,"said the speech com- that people were unaware of this and it
munications junior from Jacksonville. "I'm shook them up to realize that, 'Wait a min-
just going to get my books and I'm not goingto ute. Blacks are unhappy right now.'
do anything."But "But until you are vocal,until you express
In my sophomore year, I picked up what you feel, a problem can never be
The Alligator and saw that BSU had incurred solved," Oliver added.
this debt," Oliver said. All she said she The white rights advocacy group, called
remembered was reading a student senator the white student union,probably emergedas
who had said, "(These) students did not a result of the press and other attention,
have the coherence or capabilities to raise Oliver said. The white group said it formedas
that amount of money." a balance to the BSU. Though she said
That statement became Oliver's driving she has nothing against the group, she said
I force. She went to the next BSU meetingand any organization that is formed in oppositionto
vowed that the $10,100 debt would be another has no real premise.
paid off before she left the organization.She "But I cannot deny that opportunity for
didn't know how she was going to do it, but him to have that organization,because that's
she was determined. his right,"Oliver said. would never defend
BSU incurred the debt when it overspentits BSU to the white student union.We're about ANN biUULM9)
budget for Black History Month in 1987 advocating students;we're about promoting Black Student Union President Roxy Oliver says solving the group's debt with
and again in 1988. awareness in students and being a strong Student Government has upgraded the group's Image on campus.

As BSU president, Oliver inherited that voice for students. No organization can take Less than a month shy of the end of her said.
monetary cloud but dispersed it three weeks that away from us." administration,Oliver said she learned a lot In retrospect, Oliver maintains she has
ago when she paid the last of the money The biggest problem at UF is the lack of about people while being president. She not gotten the needed support from the UF
owed to Student Government, a year and a education about cultures different than that only learned to deal with blacks and their community to accomplish her goals. She
half earlier than expected. This, she said, of the average white student, Oliver said. attitudes, but with whites and others as well. said in everything one does, there will always -
was the means to upgrade the image of BSU, Once everyone becomes more informed This is a very important asset, she said. be some people who agree and dis-
a major goal of her administration."We about each other's differences, she said,we agree. In her situation, she felt things were
had several organizations to help us would understand each other a little better. She also learned to stand strong for what in her favor.Once administrators were made
out over the last two years," she said. "Sev- "A lot of problems arise from miscommu- she believes in and to continue working for aware of the problems black students were
eral organizations either donated their ser- nication or no communication at all," she her goals regardless of opposition."It's having, they tried to do something by fol-
vices or money or something to help the said. "We don't know enough about each having confidence in yourself and lowing suit.
cause out. Everyone pitched in." other. You've got to start from the base of your organization and your people that you
But achieving that goal wasn't simple. the problem.And that is a lack of knowledge, can accomplish whatever goal that you set, see Oliver, page 14
While trying to gain support for her cause a lack of education." as long as you work hard to do it," Oliver


Historical ProfileIn Rainhold the first



1968, Shirley Chisholm was the first black white presidentof
woman to be elected to the United States Houseof s

Representatives. M3
Chisholm originally entered politics in re- I Ic Gator NAACPBy
sponse to local pleas for an honest public servantin
the New York State Assembly. While part of
Assembly,she sponsored the SEEK program, DEBBIE CENZIPER
which offered minority students without high Alligator Writer
school diplomas the opportunity to obtain col-
The first white president of the Gator Chapter of the
training.
lege-level c
Chisholm National Association for the Advancement of Colored
After her election as representative,
indicated her preference for committee assign- People said he can offer the organization a new focus
because he understands both sides of racial issues.
ments which reflected her interests and areas of
expertise like education and labor. Karl Rainhold,who was the former vice president of
Born in 1926, Chisholm is a descendant from the group, said he is now in an advantageous position
West Indian immigrant laborers. A graduate of t l'It because people will talk differently to him because he
is white."I .
both Brooklyn and Columbia universities, she "
earned a master's in elementary education. Chis can still represent the issues of blacks on campus,
but people won't feel as automatically defensive with
holm worked as a nursery school teacher,direc- '
'
tor of a daycare center and consultant for the ,'i me," he said.Rainhold .
New York Department of Social Services. I t'" said he learned about racial issues because
Chisholm is a crusader whose efforts on behalf what affected his friends also affected him, he said.
of blacks reflects her philosophy of focusingon f ) "My association is very great with the AfricanAmerican -
self-determination through economic partici- society because those are the people I grew up
pation.To her, this means blacks need sound It with," he said. felt it was natural for me to take partin

vocational education, access to higher learningand UCATOI the (NAACP).
sensible business counseling. Karl Rainhold, president of the Gator Chapter of the NAACP, "The black society will always be a part of me but I

ANTOINETTE MOBLEY says he uses the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr1*quote, upper.right, see Rainhold, page 14
as a guideline for living.




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R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.onlyThe has yet another ploy to ki

sell cigarettes. Instead of targeting blacks, it is now plan-

ning to target young, uneducated females.In .

a marketing study released to the Washington Post _,
Friday, the company plans to start the "Dakota" cigaretteand
market it to 18to 24-year-old women with no educa-

tion past high school.A .

story in the Post quoted the study as describing the
preferred "Dakota" smoker as a woman whose favorite
pastimes include "cruising," "partying" and attending"Hot
Rod shows" and "tractor pulls" with their

boyfriends. Her only aspirations, the story said, are "to
get married in her early twenties" and to spend her free
time "with her boyfriend doing whatever he is doing."

Health and Human Services Secretary Louis W. Sul-

livan was outraged, to say the least, that tobacco officials
were trying to lure young women to smoke. RJ.
Reynolds officials said the cigarette wouldn't be targeted

solely to women.

Yeah, right.In LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

the health-conscious 1980s, cigarette smokers Infirmary raises SHS does have to justify its repeated over and over again in
decisions to you. these Student Government elec-
tended to be the poor, minorities and young women.
Alex Leader tions. A low
voter turnout resultsin
Reynolds abandoned a plan three weeks ago to market birth control priceEditor 4LS victory going to the party that

cigarettes for blacks because of strong opposition. Now, : Last week was Student can gain support of Greeks.
the company is going after young women. Health Awareness Week, and Stu- Slugfest deservesa One can't really blame Vision

Tobacco companies appear to be a lot like animals in cate dent Health students Services and get wants their to inputon edu- laurel not a dart for wins utilizing elections.I this.strategy becauseit

the wild so desperate for food, they seek out the SHS programs and policies. Editor: After reading The Alligatorfor think
that
just it is unfair that
weakest SHS was on the colonnade almost seven years, I now feel from the very beginning, Juan
throughout the week, along with confident that I have read the sil- Vitali and his Today party never
prey.Close callWell the Student Health Outreach liest dart ever given. had a chance of winning even
Team, the liaison between SHS and The Alligator giving a dart to Phi though they presented a good platform
students. Delt Slugfest is like Jim Watt chas- on issues that concern all
we're in the clear. Whew. When a student I In the spirit of health awareness, tising the Beach Boys'benefit con- students.
cert. The
students should know that one of Alligator hates boxing and
politician made a statement a few weeks ago that the many changes instituted at the Watt hates rock-n-roll. What's ironic is that this cycle
another student politician didn't like, the latter com- infirmary this semester by Director Never mind that Slugfest is the will probably continue to repeat
plained. In the midst of deciding whether the first stu- Boyd Kellett is an increase in the largest single day fraternal fund itself as long as the rest of the
dent politician should be penalized, the Elections price of Ortho Novum birth control raiser in the nation, annually rais- student body remains indifferentand
Commission wanted to force an Alligator reporter to tell pills sold at the pharmacy. ing over $15,000 for charity. allows this to go on.
When I found out about this, I Forget that Slugfest is the I voted Wednesday,Feb. 14.For
them if the statement, quoted in the was true.
paper
asked employees at the pharmacy largest amateur boxing match in those of you that did not, I hope
When we refused, the Commission asked Student for the cause of this price increase. the Southeast or one of the that when the next election rolls
Honor Court Chancellor Cris Martinez to kill the sub- When I was told that the phar- O'Dome's biggest annual draws. around, you will decide to make a
macy hasn't been making enough The Alligator would rather Phi difference and put an end to this
She did and while the Commission
deciding
poena. was money in the past years to cover Delt put on a"fraternal Olympics." ridiculous one-party rule at UF.
whether to bring it up again, the student politicians in- its overhead, I asked why only the I can see over 6,000 people pack Joseph Alvarez
volved withdrew their complaint and opted to settle price of birth control pills has been ing into the ODome to see frater- 6LS
amongst themselves. raised.A nities battle it out in the long jump
pharmacist told me the pricesof and javelin throw. Cmon guys, get Violence scares
Another dramatic moment in the world of journalismis other Pharmaceuticals will be real.
over but not forgotten. We're glad we're not in- increased next semester. Rarely can there be a "stupid"or white students too
volved in this mess anymore, but what about next time? Personally, I see this price In- "wrong" opinion. But Friday's
Editor I WillieRobinson's
share Mr.
What if the parties aren't busy with elections next time? crease as taking advantage of dart shows that every so often,nor : that
What will the court do then? women, as well as men who sharein mally rat ional journalists can trans- concern prospec-
tive University of Florida students
their partner's birth control form into a bozo brigade espousing
We know what we'll do next time. Well! fight again. costs. editorial silliness. from might enrolling be deterred here.by their fears

And again and again.alligator. Birth control pills are an essen- Ed Scale
tial part of some people's health student body president Like many social problems,
care, and the infirmary is currently Greek however, fear of violence is not
Editor treating students as captive con- voters won particular to bne race.,

Lucy Chabot sumers with this price increase. victory for VisionEditor When a woman is abducted out-
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Since over 99 percent of SHS side her sorority house and raped,
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton funding comes from student : This letter is in regard to when a young,man is murdered
money, if.you have any input to the predictable victory of the Vision outside his fraternity house, white
Letters Policy give concerning this price hike, party. students also become afraid to
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (abuot one 8-by-10 page). They should be hold the infirmary and the ad- I've' been in Gainesville now for come the University of Florida
typed, double-spaced and signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone ministration accountable by callingor close to three
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call years and it seems Benton Patterson
the editorial' page editor at 37M458 writing them. to me that the same thing
gets ..soc. professor of Journalism6AWGATOR.



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turn a profit.
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FOR COLLEGE
achieve or maintain In the sport of MONEY e

running."It's law
getting tough to finish in the Ivery Student la t jigibjf foiSometypf ofFminclaf
top 10 in the prize money races," Aid Regardless o( Grades on Parental Income

Diane said. "There's a lot of pres- W h v* d t* bank of.ovtr ZOO.OOO li ti | 6* scholarships,
sure to stay at a certain level. IKPw Ullowthips,grants,and loin*,representing over S10 billion in private
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and race directors remember. It's I There'*money availably for students who have been newspaper careers
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months of my life," she said. "At UF graduate student Diane Brewer competes in races around the
first I wanted to do it all get country. Brewer has already won several races and hopes to in manufacturing? Join over 1 150 other students from en-

straight A's and be tops in my participate in the 1992 Olympic Games.a gineering, computer science, and business in a multidisciplinary
running but I've found out thatI
I can't. I've had to make some big mid-term and her class went Diane's ultimate reward for her manufacturing program at

sacrifices in my running and my out to lunch,she wenthome to run. 17 years of running would be to
school." To deal with her training and make the 1992 Olympic Team and GEORGIA TECH

At 28, Diane wears the two hats schoolwork,Diane approaches her run the marathon.But .
of a student and a runner. And running as a job and a business."At Diane knows she can't run Excellent opportunities for study and research in all phases of manu-

sometimes they sit one on top of the level I'm at,I have to lookat forever, so she's back in school to facturing. Courses and research address intelligent design, sensors

the other. running as a job. You put the insure a future career in commu and actuators, cell control, communication and networks, system

"I'll be running down the road same amount of effort and thoughtinto nications. But she's not ready to design, supervisory control, planning and scheduling, AI/ES/ and
thinking about my mid-terms,"she it that you would for a full-time give up her running yet. much more.Financial .

said. job."A "Running is my life," she said.
"Some mornings I wake up and race is like a business trip. I "But I'm not ready to wrestle free
think to 'Let's of of it."Running. Aid is available for top students from all engineering
myself put your run- give seminars and talks for my any
ning on the back burner for now sponsors,"she said."There is men- has given me an identity disciplines,computer science, and business. For more informa-

and really concentrate on your de- tal and physical preparation. Of -something that I'm good at. tion,contact:
gree.' Then I'll be in class, and course, when you're running, it's There may be a brain sitting nextto Dr. Leon F. McGinnis, Director
because I didn't run, I have to ride like you're in the board meeting me making straight A's, but Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems ProgramA.

home and do my morning run." you're in front of everyone doing running down the road, the ball'sin French Building, Suite 225 Georgia Institute of Technolgy

Unfortunately, continuous train- your presentation. If you do a good my court. I know I can do this Atlanta, GA 30332-0406
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374-8281 ? DANIELLE BERKE way." ing honorary society, will put on
BASKETBALL5S88SSSSS ((904)) Alligator Writer The free event is sponsored by the Engineering Bowl,a trivia con

the Benton Engineering Council, test with questions based on engi-
For two days, students and the College of Engineering and neering topics, on both days.
ret: $49.95 only$30.45/ FREE Gainesvlllel delivery In members of the community will Student Government. Baby Gatornationals, featuring
have the chance to discover what 5-ounce derby cars that roll downa
UF engineering students have to 30-foot ramp at a 30-degree
offer the new decade. "The fair gives engi- angle,will hold races on both daysat

GATOR LIFELINE "The purpose of the Engineers'Fair students 1 p.m., said fifth-year engineering -
neering
is to educate the student body a student Alice Keller,vice pres-
and the community to current re- chance to talk about ident of the American Society of
search and technology in various Mechanical Engineers.
Today's blood needs at the engineering fields," said Lynda things they're working "NASA is also going to be
Statler, chairwoman of this year'sEngineers' there," Statler said. "They will
Civitan Blood Center: on. They learn a
Regional Fair, which opens bring a van that you can walk
today. deal. but the through."
Need Need great ..
Type Type "It's an opportunity for them to The fair gives engineering stu-

:: 0+ 30 0- 25 ask questions about what is goingon purpose is mainly ed- dents a chance to talk about things

A- 15 in our field," she said. ucating other stu- they're working on," Statler said.
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B+ 10 B- 15 is taking place one month ear- dents and the through it and by putting on a

AB+ 10 AB- 10'Urgent lier than usual, falling during Na- display, but the purpose is mainly
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The fair opens at the O'Connell Statlerchairwoman community."
Center today at 8 a.m.: and will Don Fuqua, president and gen-
Bloodmobile Locations: eral of Aerospace Industries
exhibit displays produced by about manager
34 student societies and 38 compa- 1990 Engineers' Fair Association of America, Inc.,
Thur.Feb.22 FrL,Feb.23 nies, including Zenith,IBM,Apple will speak during a banquet in the
and Texas Instruments. O'Connell Center tonight at 7 p.m.

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Alligator Writer and meetings, even team schedule, they don't have the timeto MON. 2/19/ The Last Detail
if they can," Wells said. find out about these things." I
Each month, just don't go to that stuff." This month's presentation featured TUES. 2/20 Heathers (FREE) II
and coaches meet for an Director Bill Arnspar- a panel and audience of student WED. 2/21/ Five Easy Pieces ( )
tional presentation to give and his staff, who created the athletes and Coalition THU. 2/22 Prlzzl's Honor
better perspective on meet and discuss a vari Organized Against Rape members
tant to students- of subjects the students may who talked about acquaintancerape FRI. & SAT. 2/23,2/24/ Batman
take advantage of it. or need to hear about. at UFoLawler
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many are apathetic and said."It's all part of the the largest turnout of student athletes Season saes available at U B o.
excuse not to attend, process. she has seen since the program
player Rick Wells said. 's a first priority for the play started. COAR is a student
'There's so many things he said. Amsparger said he group that tries to educate the
be excused for,"Wells said. his staff try to schedule the public about rape prevention.
the next day,you have to for nights with the Wells said that more students Who: Alpha Lambda Delta
library to work on a schedule"for all athletes. would come to the presentations if
gram -almost anything." the program began last they were similar to the rape-pre-
Freshman football student athletes have lis- vention presentation."It .
Fisher said "a majority of to presentations on disci worked because both the audience What: 1st general meetingof
will go. There's always a smokeless tobacco, and the panel got involved,"
sneak out." workings and drug Wells said. "It was much more
Swimmer Tony Delisle said Associate Athletic Di active than past presentations."The 1990
of the monthly Ann Marie Lawler. athletes do have opinions,"
ings, but he said he hasn't feel it's our responsibility Wells said. "I guarantee once they When: Tuesday February 20
one yet. them aware and be bet get there, they will learn." ,

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that is the latest trend in the illegal drug market, is ,officials say.
j posing new and serious threats to young people "It's the purity of it rather than the difference that
jj across the country. makes it scary," said Mary Lou Dosoloff of the

j y"Y HSY n ,o1&d.' ,E'rgrk 1'y4 H1Sr Though it has not yet reached Florida, drug en- American Council for Drug Education in Washington,
forcement agents and substance-abuse counselors D.C."It is very strong and the high could last as muchas
are worried it may arrive soon and they fear the 24 hours."
latest twist in the never-ending human curiosity for Ice gives the user a sense of euphoria-and like
new drugs may be especially popular with the college other"uppers,"the drug makes users feel more tense
la crowd."It and powerful and triggers hyperactivity.Frequent use
hasn't been out very long,but it may already be or large doses may be fatal.
due here. I'm expecting to see it any day,"said Danny "Certain individuals will have heart troubles,
Warren, counselor for Gainesville's Comer Drug strokes or difficulty breathing," Warren said. "This
41 Store, which treats people with alcohol and drug kind of drug, if used repeatedly,could also bring outa
addiction problems.And latent psychosis. A person who uses it for two or
if the drug is making its way here,officials say, three days in a row could have a nervous breakdown."
W that is nothing but bad news. Some people may be more heavily affected,he said.
"It is highly addictive,"Warren said. "Because not If the person becomes out of control,holding him or
much is known about it, it could affect everyone her down may be as difficult as trying to control
differently,but from cases in other areas,we already someone on PCP, or "angel dust," a drug that gives
know the side effects can be very serious." the user incredible physical strength.But .
Ice is "a smokable form of metamphetamine, like aside from the way it could affect people
crack is a smokable form of cocaine," Warren said. emotionally and physically, a major concern about
Ice gets its name from its appearance,which has been Ice is how rapidly it could spread. Because all the
described as resembling ice shavings or small piecesof chemicals to make the drug are found in the United
rock salt. States,there is no need to import anything,said Randy
Older varieties of Ice,which surfaced in Gainesville Muchinser,a local Drug Enforcement Administrationsee

about five years ago, look more like powder cocaine, Drug, page 13
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City, county proposalsaves

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our
Alligator JOHN F.Writer BERRY safer." divisions of FLORIDA BLUE KEY
The Gainesville City Commis-
City Attorney Marion Radson sion avoided cutting off street The following divisions are now
said Gainesville would have pulled lights and fire hydrant service
the plug on Alachua County's when the Alachua County Com accepting applications for Assistant Director
street lights and fire hydrants had mission agreed to a compromise and staff
the city and county not reached a proposal offered by the city last positions:
compromise. week. PUBLIC RELATIONS
Radson said Gainesville Re- County Manager Bob Fernan-
gional Utilities is forced by its char- dez outlined the agreement, ex- CCLA
ter to collect all outstanding debts. plaining that the county must pay SPEAKER'S BUREAU
Alachua County now owes Gaines- the outstanding bill while the city
ville $593,000 for its use of GRU's will pay future bills. GATORALLY
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"If they don't pay debts, they street lights and fire hydrants in
can't get service," Radson said. exchange for benefits derived by ALUMNI AFFAIRSSOLICITATIONS
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and sue the party for unpaid utility property within Alachua
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UF sophomore Steve Because the county cannot afford RADIO SHOW
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city, said a loss of utilities would city has agreed to pay until the Please submit application and sign up for an interview by Friday, Feb 23,
lead to an increase of crime in his county can include it in its next
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DRUGfrom could be,"Dosoloff said. "Tests on and Portland.
laboratory animals showed that Because it resembles crack and
o page 11 frequent use of Ecstasy would ul- it's a designer drug, it may appealto
f agent. timately kill the brain cells that all sorts of people.
"Basically, anyone who has send the messages to sleep, eat "Crack would be thought of a
some chemistry expertise and and breathe." street drug,but even some profes-
knows what to get just has to go to But as opposed to Ecstasy sionals are trying it out," Warren
chemical the which, until a University of Chi- said. Because there is little Infor-
a supplier,buy mate-
rials and make it himself.Anythingis cago study,was prescribed by psy- mation on the drug, its price and
possible," Muchinser said. chiatrists as an antidepressant method of sale are unclear, but
Simple Ice is more of a "designer drug," DEA agents and other experts es-
IRCHER RD So far,Ice has not been found in Dosoloff said. timate it is sold in grams and
Our little wooden building'helps keep cost down Just P"' Butler Plaza Gainesville, he said. There were "What happens with designer ounces like cocaine at a
on quality glasses. We donl pay mall rent. across from RAXYou some rumors, but analyses found drugs is someone realizes they much higher price.
save big money ..M 378.3261 the drugs to be just other amphet- could change the chemical for- "It's probably about as much as
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But when the drug arrives, it Because Ice is a new phenomenon gram.If .
FREE Second Pair may become popular among col- ,little is known about it but its popular and if in demand, Ice
lege students. Uppers and halluci- origin. The drug apparently sur- eventually could be a major obsta-
nogens such as acid always have faced in Korea and other Asian cle in the country's war on drugs.
been popular with the college countries, sources said. It started "Cocaine and other drugs whichare
Make Your Business Shine crowd, according to the American spreading through the Pacific and primarily imported could be
Above Everyone Else! Council on Drug Education. Because ultimately reached Hawaii, whereit practically eliminated,because the
the drug market is like other is the biggest drug problem. government is tightening the borders
businesses, those who participatein They have a bad situation down ,"Warren said.
it are always looking for some- there. Its popularity spread fast," "With this (Ice) the problemmay
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page 5 page 5 student group. i I
Students who condone the ATTENTION i
"I don't know if they (adminis- will never be part of black" society white rights group are ignorant of i
trators) should have been more because I am white, Rainholdsaid. racial problems and Affirmative
aware of those problems or not,but "My main motivations are to Action laws, Rainhold said. i
all I know is that they were not help the people I care about and Members of I
aware of them," she said. "Once this is a particular area where ac- "Many people don't understand I i
they became aware of them, they tion and assistance was needed." Affirmative Action," Rainholdsaid. Ii PHI ETA SIGMA |
came right out there and started As the Gator chapter NAACP "Because of that ignorance, i i
trying to work with us. UPD is a president, Rainhold said he the WSU has gotten a lot of pub-
prime example of that. I feel that doesn't want his position to cause licity." i HONOR SOCIETYFREE i ij
Chief Stevens and Maj. Varnes negative reactions among blacks. | j
took a very big leap in trying to "There's a real fine line between The NAACP,which now has 51 i jo
solve these problems. They really contribution and interference,and members, was chartered at UF in I joi i
listen." with everything that I do, I haveto 1977 and educates students about Ii FOOD & DRINKSTues.
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help BSU become stronger, while There might be a perceptionthat said Rainhold has proven to the ., February 20th at
actively involving the organizationwith group he can do the job. i
others. blacks aren't doing enoughfor Rocky Roccoco
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>* U+ ..aWNIlh, / ment in Central America got which violate civil liberties, he
Cpl n fN dk n tagged," he said. Church groups said.The
and universities were among those Library Awareness Pro-
labeled. gram gives the FBI the right to
The FBI uses these investiga- keep track of books read by those
tions as a weapon against people accused of terrorism. In 1987, 266
and organizations who speak out librarians were investigated as So-
against the government, Wilkinson viet terrorists for protesting the
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In 1982, Greenpeace and Save Under the Snatch Program, the
the Whales were investigated as FBI may kidnap foreigners without
"Soviet terrorist operations," Wil- notifying foreign governments,
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taking attention away from it," Alachua County believed its bill
from page 12 Mayor-Commissioner Cynthia was paid. But Bob Moye, GRU
Chestnut said, referring to the assistant general manager, said Black HistorySPOTLIGHT
fiscal budget. The county has until sales tax referendum."We all needto GRU only bills inner-city residentsa
Jan. 1 to reimburse the city. get the sales tax passed. This utility tax. Customers outside
'This agreement will remove the will free up time and effort." city limits pay a surcharge for the
fear that streetlights will be turnedoff County spokesman Steve Russell same amount.He .
," Radson said. "It is a perma- said a majority of the county In 1955, In Montgomery, Alabama, Rosa Parks, a
nent solution and remains in place commissioners thought "this was said the utility tax is revenue brave African-American woman refused to surrenderher
until one decides to break it." the best compromise we could for Gainesville. But the surchargeis
The county adopted the plan 24 come up with to settle the street "revenue to the utility,plain and seat on a bus to a white man and was arrested. ;
hours after the city approved it. lights and fire hydrants issue." simple." As a result of her arrest Dr. Martin Luther King i
Special-interest lobbying by the "Some people felt the bickering called for an African- American bus boycott which f
Makes Sense Citizens Committeeand between the city and county was Gainesville must now find a way sparked the Civil Rights Movement.
fears of confusing this issue having a negative impact on the to pay for the additional cost of I'
with the March 13 sales tax refer- sales tax,"he said. supplying service to the outlyingareas ,I I'I I
endum motivated both commis- Because of the surcharge GRU Moye said. "Ignoring this Julia Wilson
sions into a quick resolution."It collects from customers who live street light bill,we have a 3 percent Black History Director Month
(the street light issue) was in the urban fringe, Russell said increase scheduled in October." History Spotlight
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LASER PRINTING
VEGANISMfrom can't be compared because a cow

NEW. (I 'no no wait limit page 3 has a specialized organ-called a
Z9 many typestyles rumin which helps to extract

2701 S.W. 13th St. volume discounts made with tofu. otherwise unavailable carbohy-
T H "I' M awrq Fields and Chioeo preparedmore drates from the grass that they eat.
Gainesville FL 32608 PC Lab, 17 b Univ. 372-6500
"If it
eat just
than seven different recipes you grass goes
377-2220 BICYCLEAPARTME T"5"111 IM'APGM)WAITING""""ro that mimicked popular dishes and straight through you," West said.
1 ended the class with tofu chocolate "You won't get any nutrients out of
1 3 TANMmbimihi v cake and"sunny milk,"made from it. A human is more like a pig as
TS Only 11995 P honey sunflower seeds and water. far as nutrition is concerned."West
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j17M400 j/ 13 after looking into ing both plants and animals.
years ago
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would like to offer I West said some important
youUp -FDA/MTUOVEDTTTHNOUXilREPOSSESSED' how animals were raised for the
food market."I amino acids-such as methioninearen't
to $610 Discounts & $210 off
but I Ididn't found in plants and are
knew about the animals
VA&HUD HOMES
each of the Summer months
easily absorbed through eating
know how bad it was,
available from government from It without
Special Summer Rates Jacuzzi & Jr. Olympic Pool credit check. You repair. Alto tin delinquent Chioeo said, adding that the tradi- meat.These amino acids also may
Security 2 racquetball/2 tennis courts foreclosure CALL 1-80S-682. -7555 EXT H. tional idea of farm animals Is be difficult to supplement with vi-
2004 for repo hit your(ret
Customer Service Guaranteed (call 7 day a week) grossly outdated. Chioeo said that tamins."If .
modern farm animals are kept in you just take iron pills, you
cages that don't allow them roomto may be taking a lot of iron but it -
move and are injected with hor- won't be absorbed, whereas the
mones to make them fat. iron from meat is easily absorbed,"
Black West said. Certain nutrients, suchas
HistoryMonth TOYOTAMYERS Fields said he became a vegan
for ethical and spiritual reasons. iron, need to be accompaniedby
But after studying how meat af- other nutrients to allow absorption -

fects the body, he found that meat by the body.
was unhealthy because it promoted Sarah Gergel, president of Stu-
90 SERVICE CENTER circulation difficulties and dents for the Ethical Treatment of ,

$11.95 heart failure. Animals, disagrees. She says she j
Oil and Filter
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Minor Tune Ups not supposed to eat meat. What is years without vitamin supplementsor
$24.16 the argument for killing?" Fields medical problems.
4-cylinder
Feb. 19 Forum: "Preservation of the Black Male:" i asked. "I feel a lot more active,"Gergel
6-cylinder $28.74 said. "If feels they need I'
Drug wars According to veganism the anyone
(some models slightly more.) vitamins should eat the foods
(sponsored by Phi Beta Sigma) I ; human digestive system is not om- ,they "
CSE J2J nivorous,but more similar to her- that go with it. /J

7.00 p.m. WE NOW ere 1 bivores such as cows. Humans Meanwhile, although he says it '
I SELL TIRES I don't have true canine teeth to bite gets expensive,Chioeo will be trav-, I
through hide and flesh,their small from
I eling city to city to try tpe5uade
ch intestine Is shorter than that of
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FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. ROOMMATES

1 FURNISHED WINDMEADOWS APTS. Williamsburg Village N/S student for O Classifications I D How to place a

1.2. & 3 Bedroom furn twnhse, 6mo lease, $240/mo +1/2
Pool, Tennis. Laundry util, /Iblk from Shands/UF/ 3364257 2. classified ad:
WINDMEADOWS I bdr turn sublet
near 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373.3558 23.7.5F 1 For Rent Furnished
pool, 373-3558 apt 98. 2.20.5.1AFFORDABLE
In Person:
WILLIAMSBURG APTS. nil to share 2br 1 ib townhouse in quiet 2 For Rent. Unfurnished( Cash check MC or VISA.

AVAILABLE NOWIII sw area 165 1/2util close to UF and
Large bedroom 550 sq ft bike or walk to 3 Mobile Homes The Office
1,2, TH & 3 Bdrms. Alligator
Shands prefer mature person 378.5627
UF and hops. Air Carpet, Walk-In Closets
105 W. Ave.MFBam4pm .
For Rent/Sale/ University
Pest Control Private Walk Patio No Pool Laundry Evenings. 2-21-5-S
Dogs. 1 Block to UF/Shands 4 Sublease /
2000 SW 16th St *** 376.1253. M or F clean, nonsmoking student neededfor House/Apt.
Village 34 328 SW 34th Str. Main BookstoreHub
own rm In 4bd3ba house. In
move now 5 Roommates
373-1376 Customer Service DeskM
MOUNT VE RNON APTS. or b4 Mar 1. $140 per mo 37.50 sec 338-
2.19.5.1Adult I & 2 Bedrooms 3925. 2-19-3-5 6 For Sale :.i F 8 am 430pm

Student Wanted for own rm in clean Pool/Laundry 7 Real Estate :; Reitz Union, Cashier Office
quiet NW G'ville home $230/mo Coversall Close to UF/Shands Female***** S.mlcool, .ml.qulel .'. ,'; M F8am 0pm Sat noon 9pm
bills. No deposit t 371.7703 Lv Msg 2. 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 person old house downtown own br. 8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm
205.1 2.28.10.2 gotta like animals. $125/mth March to ?
Laura 3734495. 2-22-5-5 9 Autos Medical Bookstore. Shands

Treehouse MODERN TOWNHOUSE M. F. 8am 430pm
Village 2bdr/2ba F needed 10 wanted
exc. rmmtes, Iransp. provided to UF and 2 blks to UF NW 3rd Ave 2bdr 1 1/2 ba Need health-conscious, NS F roommatefor
SFCC, wash/dry, $175/mo 375.5384 Angela cent h/a dishwasher $365 & dep. & last Fall '90 and pref Sum. B, want to look 11 t Services By Mall:
3.2.10.1Available mo. 3776510. 222.32 for 2bdr/2ba furn apt. Call 395-8109 Nowl! Use 'forms appearing weeklyin
22035 12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry, no cash by

Now: Across Tigert All Utilities 2BR/1BA quad unit available summer 13 Help Wanted mail MC, VISA or checks only.
poss longer. Fireplace, ac. dishwshr Graduate student needs roommate to
Paid For, Central Heat/Air PH# 371 3606. ,
1236 SW 4th Ave. 22351 $310. Call Sue or Beth 3350213. 2-23.5. share fancy SW 2bdr apt near UF, quiet, 14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND:
2 $165 & 1/2 util! 3738310. 22035 15 Personals Payment by VISA or Mastercard
ONLY. Five dollar minimum.
FOR RENT: Room for rent in a 3bd 2bath house 16 Connections M F830 4pmD .
MOBILE HOMES: Quiet, cozy, fireplace! Pets (any size) OK
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk $175/mo & utl Sign lease not required. 17 Notices How to correct
3 FOR RENT/SALE Call .
375-7978. 2-23 5-5 18 Rides

to Santa FE CC. i BDR $270.$280. cancel ad
F N/S/ Pref cheap rent share util!, 2 19 Pets your :
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440, Sec. 1986 14x60 Mobile home for sale/rent/ neg
Plus LMR. Pool. laundry, no cats or dogs. cated in Gainesville. Call 462.4292. 221 pools, etc, Bellamy Forge own room, privacy 20 Lost & Found Cancellations
Santa Fe Trace Apts 3781190. 4-30-75- 5.3 quiet Bill 3738814. 22025 :
2 Call 373.FIND Mon. FrI. 8.4 pm.

12X60 2Bd 1Ba; Washer/Dryer, New Carpet No refunds can be given

Oak Glade Apts Near UF & VA, quiet Tub/Shower, Hot Water Heater; Deck 6 FOR SALE
dasher/dryer available in most units for $3450. 378-0620 or 375.2863 8:00.: Q When will your ad run? Alligator errors:
Cats 7.00pm 2.19.1.3 BRAND Check your ad the FIRST day it runs.
$20 mo. Allowed. 1B2B, 1 18 2 Bath NAME COMPUTERS
$250.$350. sec & Imr 372.6422. 4.30- As low as $25/mo no $ down Call 373.FIND with any corrections before .
75.2 FREE Catalogue over 50,000cuatomersl8008257283 Classifieds will begin TWO noon THE ALLIGATOR IS ONLY
SUBLEASE: RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY
SPACIOUSONE 2.19-306 DAYS after they are placed. THt AD RUNS INCORRECTlY. Corrected .
BEDROOM APT. 4 HOUSE/APT. Ads mailed in or placed at the ads will be extended one day.

ONLY $260MO.LYONS Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given after
APT4000SW20THAV Oxford Manor 2bdr/2ba Save $, Call now brands are all at our New Location) Car THREE placing the ad. Changes called in after
days to Ads
3778797 336-1781 Lv. message 2.23-10.4 Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372- appear the first day will not be compensated.
4-30.71.2 2070. 4.30-75-6 may run for any length of time
Seriously CHEAP Rentllll and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes:
INCREDIBLE Sublet tbd in 3bd/2ba apt $157 & 1/3 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the oldet Corrections must be made In person at
Efficiency Apt close to UFo SFCC. We smoke, have pets. beat and lowest priced car stereo Sorry, but there can be no refunds The Alligator office. BEFORE NOON.

Starting at $185 Call 377-2435. 2.19.5-4 store In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 St for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee.
Starting at $235/ 2 Bedroom 4-30-75-6
CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE 2bd/1 ba until Aug 90, renewable $330/mo
110 NW 39th Ave & util Feb rent pd, now avail Oak Glade Rockford, Foegste, Yamaha, Pioneer,
378-3988 Apts. close to UF 372.6422 wk day 105pm Infinity, Kicker, Code Alarm. The Best
375.3861 21954 Car Stereo Installers In town Car Stereo
4.30.70-2 to Go. 375-1S34 430756 FOR SALE FOR SALE
Sun Bay ((712 SW 16 Ave 313)) spaciousunf
$299 MOVE-IN SPECIAL 1 br/1 ba new carpet 2 pools until 8/90. RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem Bikes & More, Inc. Large selection of Matching couch & loveseat $95. Recliner
Spacious I and 2 Bedroom Pool.Tennis. Available now Feb. free. $280/mo. Call nants for your dorm or apartment We de- used bikes $55 t. up w/warranty/ $40. Waterbed rails $15. Yamaha Key
Sauna, Gym and more. 392-9306. 2-20-5-4 llverl Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. Kryplolok $11.99.2133 NW 81h 51. 373- board $140. Lotus elect guile $100 338-
STONERIDGE APT. 377-5265. 6 blocks E. of campus. 2-23- 6574 222106 8954 22046TELEVISION
3800 SW 34th St 3751121 CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL. Nice 2bd/2ba 136
Offer valid to qualified application only apt, Camelot unfurn. Fireplace, barbeque Computer Perfect for Student. IBM com-
43062.2 pool, view $550/mo. 373.4696 any. CAR ALARMS Installed remote control pat, 30MB hard drive two floppy drives 25 Zenith color cons. Old but works well,
time 31104 any car truck or van fully guaranteed will ((1.44 & 360)), mouse, modem, software. $60. Steve 336-0297. 2-111-1-8 1
"Check Our New Specials demo. Call 336.9193 student Iv. message. complete systeml $900 Must seal Call
All Amenities Available Sublet 2bdr apt until Apr, 90. $300/mo & 2-28-34-6 Kevin 336-8159. 2-19-5-8 Diamond engagement ring. Excellent dia-
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED util Feb Free Now available Homestead mond 33kt $450 OBO. 336-9804 leave
Roommates Available Apt 392-3850 or 335-5493 after 6pm 3- Microsoft BUS mouse new Paintbrush/ message. Have receipt and papers. 2-23-
We're No. I 1 1.9-4 $79; IBM PS/2 mouse $30; MeanstreetsAdv S-6
REGENCY OAKS COMPUTERPackard game best EGA/VGA graphics and
378.5766 Bell 288 12mhz, 40mb hard sound $30; **Joe 373.4782 eve.** 2-
3230 SW Archer Road 5 ROOMMATES drive 5.25' 1.2 floppy, 3.5' 1 1.44 floppy, 111-5-8
1mb ram, vga hi-res color monitor, lyr Ladies 12-speed bike for sale. Hunter
COUNTRY GARDENS
BRANDYWINE FURNISHED warn, 4 mths on-site, $1849, call 335- WATERBED super single with heater and Brand. Excellent condition Call 373
373-4500 2bdrl1 ba, Jacuzzi, .sauna wt room, huge 1300. 2-20-14-8 headboard. Only $100. Call 378-9218. 0017 LIKE NEW 2-21-3-6
2001 SW 16th Street
pool 1/2 mi. 10 UF, $230/mo for own room Please leave message. 21956
4.30.58.2IBDR & 1/2 cable ft util! 3722857 Dennis. 2- Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman Home
28205 and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sansul, Sher 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME
WALK IN CLOSET Village West, wood, and more. We Best All Prices! KOKOMAMAImports
800 NW 18 Ave., lake 9 51. N from '16 Ave
Grad student looking for quiet, neat F/ns 373-3754. 4-30-69-6
Office: 41'' NW 15 St. 3717777. 2.27.10- from Africa. Beauty supplies. UF LOCATION! 15 room house
2 roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Lakewood Mention this ad and get 20% off select CH/AC. Good condition! Rented In-
apt Call 335-3780 avail. March 4. 2.19- clothing. Good thru Feb 615 W Unlv 336- vestment/fraternity/other, $130,000

2bdr house and 2bdr apt 3 blks from UF, 5.5 MICRO Editor choice CENTERComputers CompuAdd Northgate 376-1146 9397. 223.8.6Ticket 376-6652 owner 3-7-42-7

both completely remodeled, some util Nonsmk m/f to share 2bd bth apt walking H p.. Price same or lower than mail. For Sale .
1 Seattle.
way to March 1 1.
paid. $350 and $260. Call David 373- distance UF $110 month ft 1/3/ utilities order. Systems below Include 1mb, 40mb Call 336.8672. 227-106 TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA:eat In
8022. 226-102 Call 376.1283 for details 22055 ((28ms), graphics monitor, .n kitchen, pool, tennis, washer dryer, Forest -
MC / -$1195. Packard Bell $1295 of NW financing
Unicorn
Lean machine, complete exercise area, easy
WALK TO UFIII Studios $210 I 1BO $235 systemIn
Roommate Wanted share 3br/2ba MC 386SX $1495 386/20/ .
to Norlhgate 374-5401,
your home $300. excel. cond. 468 31217'i
2BD $285. College Park Properties: 411 Condo In Sparrow on Tower Road $2309! PB 286 laptop whd t battery i
2785 call before
9pm 2-23-6-6
.NW IS St. 371.7777 2-27 10-2 $175/mo & 1/3 util Call Draw at 332-6436 $ 999. CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb t graphIcs REAL ESTATE LICENSE

leave message 2-20;i-5 monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties Sat classes start 2.24 $175.

DUCK POND AREA Onsite warranties Panasonic 1180 printer Electric Guitar Peavey Appraiser.state certified 2.27-90

I Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street Avail Nowl) Ibdr in 3bdr Apt has micro, $185, HP LaserJet lip- $10411. 4110 SW Patriot Mint Condition Hard The Florida Center 3712787. 222107For
34th St 308 W Unlv Ave. 4-30-65-8
CJs Case Digital Tuner Cables
$235 Month. Phone 377 2615. 228112 bar, and huge TV. Near $187.50/mo
ft 1/3 util! 335-5441, 21945 $250 373-5715. 22256 sale Time share condominium located
Alpha Byte Computers 286, 1mb ram, at Daytona beach, FL at Sunrise

.... nice One Block house from, cable campus in room Very ,Large SW room area, Need A Rmmt? Avail Nowl! F N/S Own Rm 30mb hard, floppy, mono, dos, warranty APARTMENT SIZE DRYER 110 VOLT beach club, 1212 N Atlantic Ave, unit 1 11,

)95/mo) utilities included Greg 378-3291. full ba washer, dryer Oxford Manor Rent $1270, similar 386SX $1425. xl $1180. 495 $95 17th week sleepsy, Call 376-6847. 2-23-
3659 219106
375-2731. 2-22-5-8 67
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8 MOTORCYCLES AUTOSJEEP 11 SERVICESNW SERVICES TYPING ..


1985 Interceptor. Rum great, excellent CJ5 v6 4wd: a '71 with low mlg. Mini storage at I 1.75 & NW 39th Ave 12 SERVICESYOU
( magi, roll bar and soft.topnot( included). *FREE*
condition, extras $1900.373.6397. 220 near Oaks Mall area, 5 x S to 10 x 20 from
J56 Everything works $999. Bob, 338.0921 $20, 10% disc to students 3328917. 4. Pregnancy Test WRITE, WE TYPE

CAR BUYERS: I graduated from 30.75-11 Ganesville Women Business Legal Personal Reports
9 AUTOS Florida In 84. Now I own my own Com HEALTH CENTER Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc.
pany, I will r.vealto you what car dealers BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS 720 NW 23rd Avenue G'ville Handicapped Typing
I AUTO INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange desperately don't want you to know about 377.5055ABORTION 378.7179.
I 4 Blue Insurance Drive thru in But buying car For info write to: Consumer (To 24 Wks) 4.30.75.12
ller Plaza. We care, Call us lit Auto Consultants/Auto Buyers Club of 1233 NW 10th Ave BIRTH CONTROL
377CARS. 223109 Florida/2215 SE 14th Ave, Suite 56, 372.1664 Gynecology Services TYPing reports A b.smess\ legal A
Ocala, FL 32671 2-21.5.9 MCVISAlnsuranceFree 430.71.11 resumes cassettes transcribed applications .
I Colt '85- Sipd, 4 door, a/c, dependable, Pregnancy Test A letters A notary A etc. Available
good condition, 86K miles, MUST SELL. '72 Porsche 914. new paint, recent, new Member 24 hours/7 days/372/ .2777. 4.30.75.12
[ $teOO. Call 376.0512, 2.21.7.8j engine, am/fm cass, needs clutch, $2000 National Abortion Federation ONE STOP DENTISTRY .
Call 377-5535 Iv. message 2.22.5-9 4.30.75.11SEXUALLY Accepting new pis, emerg Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports,
j 1987 Ford Tempo LX Cruise, tilt, air, Adult cleaning $30, child $20 Theses, whatever Grad School P.T List
AM/FM, Cassette, PS, PB, like new, 5. 1982 Honda Accord 4dr 51pd 84500ml A TRANSMITTED DISEASE? ((4)wisd) tee $325, ((3)wisd) tee $250 WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822 43075
speed $5800 obo. Call Rich at 335.6143Iv good car for the money, $2200 obo. All Get conlld.ntlaltestlng and treatment ((2)wisd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide 12
I message 2.20.8.5 offers considered, please call 3959633. PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4. Accept MCVAE. 2.28.,9., .
30.75.11 MICRO CENTERTyping 336 4936. Full
'71 VW Westphalia Camper, Ford V.6 engine & self service computing. Typing starts @
I no rust, great cond., $1750, 332. 10 WANTEDLocal AAA STORAGE PRO DJ SERVICEIII 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service
[ 6581 2.23.5.8Mercury Close to UF Convenient Lots ol exp, pro equip, plenty o' tunes resumes A $2 50/hr A IS/page/ Laser
Artist needs: GOLD, Gems, Class 4x4x4 $15/mo For the most fun, call CJ at 375-8483. typeset graphics A spell check theses
Zephyr 81 station wagon PB/PS, Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie Fine 4x8x8 $25/mo 2.20-10-1 I A papers special characters A employment .
I auto, a/c, am.fm cass, excel condo $1450 Jewelry 373.9243. 4-30-75.10 533 SW 2nd Ave 3771771 databases A mailmerge training

3354997. 2.18.4.8 We buy Cruiser Bikes Bikes & More, Inc 4.30-75.11 Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no 65.12 WordPerfect specialist Visa/MC 4.30-

2133 NW 6th St. 3736574. Gator Cycle security deposit, write S. Marion, 1100
1987 VW Cabriolet 5 spd cherry red w/
I blk top. Perfect engine 60000 miles, 3321 Archer Rd. 373.3962, Buy.Sell.Trade ** GATOR MOVING ** Tudor Dr. Dept A'1, G'vllle, 32607. 3.8. ONE PENNY PER WORD Word Perfect
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22210.10
adult driven All service records $9700 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1 I. edit/proof/spell all work guaranteed
335.6813. 22059 Disabled person would like to rent/lease, Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves Long dis, English B A. R pp 3763649. 2.20.5.12
possibly buy, a used Macintosh Com Lie/Ins Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4307511 IN RESUMES:
80 Dodge OMNI fastback, Sports model, puter Please call Don 372.9838. Leave send data, address, phone and check Put It In Writing Fast, Accurate, Reliable
SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons Service. Masters in English; Will correct
exc/cond, cold air, 4-spd $975. 372 8973 message 2.te.5-10 for $22 50 J.Crabtree 701 SW
to : 62nd .
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from 8.5pm M.Sat. 2.20.4.9 A boarding A woouser. facilities A spelling & edit 24 hrs 373 1937 2.20.712
Blvd m91, G'ville 32607. Service w/m 7
Wanted Female to drive elderly womanto
hay rides A parties A sales A working
: Grocery Store, Dr, Appointments, etc. days Additional linen copies $5 per 25.
VOLVO 1979 4speed, AC, AM FM radio, students accepted. 466 3224, 3758080.
excellent condition $2850 Tel 336.3961. Call 335.2739 or 3714744. 221510 4.30-75-11 2.19.5.11Problems Great Typing! English maj/ret) court rptr
19 yrs exper legal/medical Excel
Energetic articulate
1982 TOYOTA SR5 4X4 pickup excel. 2.4 days per wk 2:30pm:lIud.ntfor into evenings childcare *SUNBELT MOVING* in Math? Then call Greg. Pro spellg/proofg From $1.25 Call Jill .
31* tires stereo fessional 377-9908. 22824.12
condo new ps/pb/fm NONSMOKER own car with seatbelts and Reliable Tutoring offered.
must see, will sell for a firm $2500. Call Must be available summer $3.75hr. 377 Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies Tlf 377.7415 Leave message 2.20.5.11
Mike 378.1976, 22259 0900 223510 1 Item House full Local/Lng dist Lie/Ins SCRIBE SERVICES ComputerLaserTyping
Priced lor Students! Marty 375MOVE. 4. HOUSESITTING SERVICES experienced Graphics, Editing & Publication
responsible sitter References DaciAn AlA W.. I.Iniu..... Ave. w 477, ._C17A. .w. .3-
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I Resourceful student wfull size truck will available Call 3770585.
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by Trade Michel I Jaffe 1-7 printer, 377.8175 tit 9 00pm 3.16.35.12

GATOR TYPING Fast, Accurate, Low
Rates Quality laser Discounts
ACROSS 2 Bunch 34 Shave 52 River to the printing. .
avail. Days, eves, wknds. 373.4564. 2
1 Culture medium 3 Florence's river 36 Farm unit Rhine 28.16.12
5 Actress 4 Tangible 37 Approximate 53 Gossip

Rowlands 5 Saucy lass 39 Paragon 54 Saudi Typing/Wordprocessmg, WordPerfect''
9 El Prado 6 Outcast 43 Xmas gift 55 Hamlet or 5.1, quality work, fast results, low rates,
favorite 7 Spanish lad 45 Shove off Ophelia dependable, personal service Tara 332

13 Stable staple 8 A Waugh 46 Chewed the rag 56 Competition 1469. 4.30.54.12

14 Branch angle 9 Shot the breeze 47 Soviet sea 58 Drone .
Typing and Wordprocessmg -Legal, theses
15 Fred sister 10 Seraglio 48 Innsbruck site 61 Asian dissertations, etc. Professional qualIty .
17 Actress Sten 11 Goldfinch 49 Giraffe's cousin holiday & LOUNGE & reliable service Call Nancy.
18 Grabber's cry 12 1942 Preakness 372.2750. 2231312TLC

19 Latin beat winner ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: ft"J>I/! tfltlr 0"13.7/,
20 Fairy-taleIntruder 16 Comfort 10 R ADS LAM P. PHI GREAT FOOD M,l4"rU.. Night MfI"IJ.U for your papers, projects, theses,
21 Pull andkomondor etc Pro wp, Mac 2, laser! Graphics, sp.
23 PARR lOT AIP rARIIANE Lcldi"1! N19 t Tul' 1111'lIu"IC' chk., reasonable, nts, wknds, 373.9619.
Singer'ssyllables R I N GO. S P I RAt: L SPECIALTY DRINKS C Nightwed 8- 11 2.2Q.10.12
22 Roo's mother
24 "A Chorus 26 Tenant of a SEC.FOSSI NATE GOOD TIMES HIII1I. Night! Thlitirs H.IISUI""r .
IS.. TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Service
Line" song type IT IDE. AME Sundclll SlUt !).IO'W r : $1.25 double space Call 373.8387

25 Oxygen- 27 Adam's AM NG.TALE.OPUS 2.27.15.12
breathing grandson TH PAW. L A MEHN T. 1017 West University Avenue

organism 28 Stem joint t.Q.! T REA IS 0 N. A DA Gainesville, Florida e 9043768899SPEED Word proc/lh.lll.dlll Specialist
27 Hire 29 Gardener's AS EER ON D I L TI Grad sch expEquationsTables
LaserGraphicsSpellPudelCall
31 Opening bailiwick STEP.STET.AVERS Word Express at 373.0395. 2-28-15.
33 Standards 30 Spanish king: I 10 PIS A. O R E. 12

34 Throe 1870-73 ARlO N. P I LA. L TC
35 Scottish resort 31 Lloyd or Paul of OIS TED.1 ISU R On.Campus TYPing. $2 per page Pick-up
38 Music halls baseball and Del avail. Most Fonts, Graphics,
39 Heavenly fare 32 Traveler's rests M MIIISIEIRIEIRIE AB Er Styles Call 395.8424 Ask for ke/lve
40 Mickey and I A SIS.S AIGEY mssg 2.20.5.12

41 Beginning Minnie 2/19/90. -. REA HING 13 HELP WANTED ..

42 Galena and
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15 1 Independent Florida Alligator. Must own
43 Yankee #8 comprehension fio'n' ? to 1 times .
reliable van or pick-up truck and be available
44 Beggar, for from Sam until 9am Monday through
example START Friday. Must have excellent driving record I I
46 Beam and valid Florida driver license Pay
47 In Saturday, March 31 10:00: am per route plus mileage Apply at the Alligator .
49 Former acorn offices, 1105 West University Avenue .
50 The Grande, Ask for the route driver application

for one ASK ABOUT OUR SPECIALDISCOUNTS Opportunity No calls, please Employer Affirmative Action/Equal/

51'"Teach" I
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57 Island offVenezuela Sell Avon Full or Part.time. We Train.
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59 Moby Dick's 42 FREE INTRODUCTORY SESSION '
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position Great career opportunities
63
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64 Ship position Interested, Please call 371.6954. 2.23-
65 Onion's kin CALL 10.13
66 Geraint lady
67 Haberdashery 377-0014 CRUISE SHIP JOBS EARN TOP $$$
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$35 WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS
This week (for for CANTON MAIN. Same day, Next day. Your Best Everyday! CREATIONSNow
new donors 2 plasma
Call Katie Inc. for manicures, nail
Many Styles & Fonts. Editing. at Omega Electrolysis, offers pedicures,
donation on our new automated machines One of America most prestigious camps
PC Lab 17 ST. a Univ. 372.8500. Info about the PERMANENT removal of sculpting, nail artistry, wraps, electrolysisa
Special bonus programs each seeks creative dynamos for staff positions unwanted facial a body hair, 3744307. waxing. 4432 NW 23rd Ave. Suite 9
month Free refreshment. free parking. June 18 thru Aug 18, for tennis Going out of m.n'l apparel business All 4-30-75-15 373-9790 Open Mon-Sat 8 to 8. 22315-
Experienced staff serving you since 1969. waterfront position gymnastics, POLO by Ralph Lauren starting at $11.25.

Call or stop by Gainesville plasma 238 dance/drama, camp crafts/ropes/ art, office Everything must gol Marc Downs Apparel Good tennis shoes under $30, tennis
SW 4th Ave 378-9431 Mon.Fri 8.7 Sat kitchen, maintenance and many at Newberry Crossing & Gator Plaza. 30 15SPRING
shorts, shirts, skirts 25% off; t-shlrts %
8.2. 4-30.73-13 other positions If you think you're tops, off; aeorbic wear 50% off where? E Z BREAKBahamas
Reply at: 130 S Merkle Rd, Columbus 15 PERSONALS
Tennis 34 St 2215.15
APPLICATORSWE Ohio 43209. 3210-13 ant $189, Jamaica 3m $289, Ski
Snowshoe WV 3nt $169, Key West ant
TRAIN FTPTWE LADIES MAKE MONEY STUDENTS GET CASH Extra nts avail. $39 holds !
Does your fraternity sorority, or organization We buy & sell good used clothing For Quality Used Clothing Call Sandy $139. your spot
TRAIN FT/PT
377-6369 2-19-19-15
Tours
need $$$ for activities? Breakaway
your spring Call Second Act. 373 8527. 4-30.75.15
372-1225.211 W. Univ. Ave-next Central
/ $9 hr finishers (non'union) week
Participate a one on-campu. mar
// $14 franchise hr mgmt available(entry level) keting project Call Jill at 3959690. Racket sale:most tennis & racquetball City 4.30.75.15SAVE To make a long story short.at E Z Tennis,

rackets are 30% off; wide selection ON RAYBANS we don't match prices, we beat them.
CALL 22822-13 TODAY 813-866-7771 WIN A HAWAIIAN VACATION OR BIG friendly knowledgeable staff-quality service University Opticians Tennis balls are still $1.88, limit 2. 34 St
SCREEN TV PLUS RAISE
EZ Tennis 2.215.15VuarnetiCarr.ralRay.BanGalor. 2-21.5.15
300 SW 4th Ave. 378 4480
$$$$ INJU3T10DAYSIIIObjective
Paying $125 to w/infected cuts, 4-30-88.15
persons : Fundraiser Great
LEARN TO SING! rock pop, classicalvoice
scrapes or other injuries to be on antibiotic Commitment: Minimal prices-reg or rx sunglasses The Optical
lessons It, Fr. & Ger. diction. Reasonable -
String sale at E Z Tennis-yesterday,
study. Blood test required Call 331- Money: Raise Big S$$ Laboratory 376.5583. 618 SW 4 Ave 1 rates Call Joe 371.1544. 2.21-
today, tomorrow nylon $8+ synthetic gut
5379. 4 3-20-13 Cost: Zero Investment block from Ala Gen. 4-30-75-15
$13+. We still don't t charge for labor EZ 10-15
Campus organizations, clubs
Natural Foods and Vitamins Tennis 221-5-15
NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER
frats sororities call OCMC1.800.93205281800950.8472ext SKYDIVE
CAMPS.MASS. Counselor Positions for Birkenstock Sandals
program specialists: Team Sports, Ten 10 Sunflower Health Fooos FC I Skydive with the Williston skydivers 338-

nis; Performing Arts; Waterfront Inquire: 87 SW 34th St 372-7482_ TRAVEL GROU 7970. 31.15.15Skl.lh.
Mah.Kee. 190 Linden BUSINESS
NacBoys( ), Ave
Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 18 Newsflash: It's getting hot, hotter, hottest! Cancun $299 0000 Jamaica $299 North Orlando-Iceland R/T
Horseneck Road Monlville NJ 07045. 14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS Beat the heat guys with 25% savings off ***MARDI GRAS $189 *** air/hotel/bus/tour/meals 4 nites $543
Please call 1-800-778.0520. 4-18-48-13 tennis, running SHORTSI) E Z Tennlz Climb Aboard The Party of your Life 7 mites $794 Jamaica is open Dorothy

terminals & pc's, buy sell, Limited Space Trvl 377-1600 227-10-15
Summer Jobs Outdoors Over 5.000 trade, rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY PREGNANT? Don't guess Immediate For more info/resv Call 5pm-9pm.
Openings! National Parks Forests, Fire CDCS 818 W Univ 338.0378. test results from a reliable source 371-0089 332.9854 MEAL DEAL $2.89 deli sandwich special
w/free 16oz drink BAGELS UNLIMITED
Crews. Send for free details 113 E PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881 800 783 2262
stamp How to study for exams and pass Study .
1620 W Univ Open 7am to 7pm. 2 23-8
Wyoming Kalispell, MT 59901. 3.6.20- plan shows how to handle your toughest See us every Thurs at Court Side Sportson
Like Tennis? Love Nike products? Then Univ. UF 15
13 across
course (even If you have to cram I) Send
stop by & check out the latest at E Z 2-2611-15 .
SASE B. Jones PO Box
$3 and a to ,
Late nits fun at Katz. billiards
Alley Bowling
Help Wanted dependable delivery drivers Tennis We have it..periodl! 2.21.5.15
14252. Gainesville F132604. 2-20-5.14
& beer Look In the Paper Mini for
contact Ed at Joe'* Dell at 34 St. Stringing: don't get pulled by a cheap Imitation
STRIKE GOLD NEED LOW COST BIRTH CONTROL? Get coupons Lanes available Mon-Thurs after
3782028. 2.19-9.13 At E Z Tennis, stringing is an art
with the PC Lab Gold Card special student discounts on exams and 9pm. 2-21-5-15
not a job. Quality, great prices & service
unlimited use of computers A software all supplies at PLANNED PARENTHOOD. 221-515
Counselors Wanted Trim down fitness, .
$99/4 month 372 6500 2-23.5.14 3770881. 4- 5-15_
co-ed. NYS camp. 100 positions: Sports __
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mum CAD experience, good benefits & Embedded: Hard Drive/Floppy/ IF (HFI) 4
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101 Keyboard,
camps on 22ml I lake near "On Golden
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3328, Wmaukee (boys) 9146981833. 12/4/8 Warranty Plan Advanced Business Products
3.5.13-13 climbing each year. !If f ( RetailPrice ::16,495), )
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you, or someone you Educational Price:
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mornings M-F non-smoker prefer know, is experiencingproblemS
qualifiers for "ccwep" 3.+ gp, Spanish related to $3,695 = ((904)) 372-3268

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Need volunteers for a 2 week study of anew Campus ACeR
psoriasis medication 331-5379. 3- Resource Center3921261 I products and meet your representatives I

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PERSONALSY 16 CONNECTIONSGAY 20 LOST & FOUND
Casual Cornerand

wait for a sale? For great prices on SWITCHBOARD Finders Keepers?
quality products 365 days a year,.come If you find something, you can place a
Delta Sigma Pi on, U know where-E Z Tennis 34th St 332.0700 24 Hn. Into/Referral. FREE ad In this section. Be kind to someone -
Plaza. 2-21-5-15 I 4-30.75.18 who lost what you found. Call 373-
present FIND.
" Reitz Union Barber Shop-ground floor. Ap- EYE EXAMS contact lenses, eye disease
Dress For Success pointments for busy atudents. Walk-ins treatment. 28 year exp. Dr. J. Beckum, Found set of keys In womens bathroom
welcome. 10 expert stylists 392-1810.' 3. optometrist. 917 W Univ Ave. 376.1288. across from Tur L007. 3772885. 2-19-3-
"Attain the leading edge" 14-20-15 20
EARN $100 MONTHFor
Tues. Feb. 20th 7:00: p.m. GOING TO MARDI GRAS plasma donations. Our fully-au Keys found In front of East Hall. Call to
your
WEAR ORANGE TO THE TUCKS PA-
Williamson Hall Room 100-A tomated system Is safer and faster than identify 392.0830. 2-19-3-20
RADE ON SAT 2/24..LOOK FOR THE
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! FLOAT IN-TUCKS-ICATD.GO U.F. FROM manual' center Air conditioned Special FOUND
bonus with this ad Call for appoint- : Personal planner in McCarty Au
N.O. ment. ditorium. Belongs to Donna D. Call 375-
2-22-4-15 8186' 2.19.3.20
Alpha Plasma Center
M-F 0:30-5:30-Sat 9:32:30: ( :
MEN. Is for talent. Win Found call 335.4874
Playgirl looking new M-dog or 3314213.
9 SW tat Si 3789204.
$5,000 plus modeling contracts. Send 2-9.3.20'
ARTISTS NEEDEDopportunity photo with personal data to Box 25120' What to do on that first date? How about
Los Angeles CA 90025. 3.1.10.15 bowling at Alley Katz. It's fun. Come on Found divers watch by Broward Tennis
out, you'll be glad you did. 2-19-5-16 Courts on 2/11.1 395.11705. 2-19-3-20
GREGORY GILBO Someone at Rutgers Is
loving, missing, and thinking about you If you want to be more than close friends FOUND: Gold ring by Flavett Field, call to
always. Love you, Shari. 2191.15 with another guy but don't know how to ID 395-9516. 2-20-3-20

to sell meet, and you are fun, sincere, 21.25,
straight-looking and lonely, then write to Found Gold Charm at Delta Party 2/10/' '"
with SWIM SUIT Ron at Box 14251 Gnv. 32604. 3957532. 2-20-3-20
no entrance fee

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17 NOTICES

Photography Contest: SPRING BREAKThe DON'T WAIT Found Set of Keys 2/13' at Bryant Hall. Call

"A day in the life at UF" Bahamas Is the HOTTEST destinationthis until midterm to use PC Lab. 3786938. 2-20-3-20
year. Starting at $199 per person. Call Learn WP, Lorus 123. dBase
Deadline Feb. 27th Todayl! 377-6369 Breakaway Tours. 3-1-, Now. Special plans. 372-6500 2-23-5-17 Lost 2 subject notebook at Murphree racquet
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call 392-5414 for more InformationCELEBRATION SHOE SALEon 18 RIDES 2304. 2-21-4-20

all shoes Nike Avis 45 / Miami / $30 of
featuring Reebok Nit WPB/Pomp o/w 4 yrs
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wk/end leave Frl before
Daytona every 2203.20
counselor will hold one hour sessions
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financial aid application and answer questions LOST: Men's wallet at Benton Hall inmen'

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I Gymnasts earn upset, give Georgia an upset feelingBy


GREGG DOYEL protested an earlier floor routine by
Alligator Writer Wilson, saying the Gators junior de-
served higher than the 9.40 the
The UF gymnastics team knew it judges awarded her.
wasn't given much of a chance Friday After 10 minutes of deliberation
night against defending national following the end of the meet, the
champion Georgia, a team that had judges granted the inquiry, giving
whipped the Gators just one week Wilson the 9.45 she and UF neededto
earlier. claim the victory.
But one week and one fairy-tale The announcement of the win
finish later, UF avenged its worst lossin sparked a delirious celebration by the
years. gymnasts and sent the crowd into a
UF rode a last-gasp, season-best frenzy.
floor routine by junior Pam Titus anda But enraged Georgia coach Su-
little help from two Georgia All- zanne Yoculan didn't share the enthu-
Americans to a surprising 188.70- siasm, hinting that UF's scores were
188.65 victory over the fourthrankedLady pumped by the judges while her
Bulldogs in the O'Connell Cen- squad's were deflated a bit.
ter. "Thin", ,, UlP..pn't handled hi..lvy
Leading the countr in the t; ; ;; ;
bars, the Lady Bull-
dogs stumbled ( )
through that event After
and clung to a slim
lead after the first point
two rotations. UF ju-
nior Tracy Wilson's gia,
career-best 9.80 per-
formance on the bal ( )
ance beam cut
Georgia's lead to .60 after three
tions heading into the final
with UF on the floor exercise
Georgia on the balance beam.
And all Georgia needed for the
tory was an average beam
mance from just one of its last
gymnasts, All-Americans {
Wright and Andrea Thomas. But
..normally steady pair both fell
$
and nearly toppled over several P ,'Se
had'J'
en route to scores of 9.05 and we

respectively.And .
so, with UF given one
to do the seemingly impossible,
outcome of the meet boiled
Titus, who had just finished a
marish 8.55 balance beam routine
needed a career-best 9.75 floor
tine to give the Gators their first
in three weeks."I t
don't know what happened on
beam, but I really had to get I (
psyched for the floor," Titus )
pulled that floor routine out of i
back pocket. Best of my career."
Her electrifying routine
the crowd of 3,715 to its feet,
earned her only a 9.70,
let the Lady Bulldogs slip away
a -ALLlGAIOR
tie.Before Titus' performance, UF gymnastics coach Ernestine Weaver cheers for her squad during Friday night's meet in the

ever, UF coach Ernestine Weaver O'Connell Center. The Gators scored 188.70 points, beating Georgia by .05 points. 1


I Women's golf team easily wins own tournamentBy


JEFF The nearest competition was served victory for them," Ryan :
MORIARTY
Today I woke up really relaxed,
Alligator Writer No. 7 Oklahoma State ((908)), No. 6 "It felt really good to said. "We have had moments of came out here and stayed relaxedthe I
Auburn ((922)),Southern Methodist brilliance at some of the tourna- "
whole round, Brown said.
With four of the nation's top 10 ((936)) and No. Tulsa ((938)). No. 4 finally win a tourna- ments we have played in,and some .
women's golf teams coming to play Georgia finished seventh. We had have been moments you really UFs Vinieratos, who finished
t.this weekend at the Lady Gator Oklahoma State's Marnie McG- ment. a didn't want to remember. But I third individually, played well Sat-
Invitational, the competitionlooked uire won the individual medalist team goal before we think they have learned a great urday by shooting a 2-under-par
tough. title with a 3-over-par 219, but right deal from those tough times, and 70, but said things were not going
But the UF women's team took behind McGuire were three UF played and we met they were able to go out there well for her Sunday."I .
charge and dominated the field by playersBrown ((221)),Vinieratos it. Everyone is really today and really keep grinding on
winning the team title and claimingthe ((224)) and Nedoba ((225)). the things they had to do." pretty much struggled
secondthirdand fourthplacespots Brown said the team was over- happy. Brown started Sunday's final throughout the day," Vinieratossaid.
individually.The due for a victory because, despite round tied for fifth,but birdied five "I felt I had troubles liningup
10th-ranked UF team of playing well this season, it had not Laura Brown holes on the back nine to shoot a real, and because" of that I didn't feel
confident.
Laura Brown, Michele Vinieratos, won a tournament."It UF golfer 3-under-par 69 to finish in second
Lisa Nedoba, Lisa Hackney and felt really good to finally wina place. The score was the lowest inwomen's Ryan said earlier in the season
Julie Foster broke to the top of a tournament," Brown said. "We happy the team finally won a tour competition since that Nedoba, who finished fourth,
pack of 12 teams, winning the had a team goal before we played nament and said the team's losses changes were made on the coursein was having problems with the
three-day tournament Sunday at and we met it. Everyone is really this season helped them."I 1988. mental part of her game. Ryan said
the University Golf Course by fin- happy." Brown said her attitude Sunday Nedoba now is beginning to con
ishing with a total of 900. Coach Mimi Ryan said she is think it was a really well-de- helped. centrate much better.2r .



MONDAY,, FEBRUARY 19, IM,AUIGATQU.( 23II

SPORTS




II Gators bully Bulls win 2 of 3 UF tennis team


By ALEX MARVEZ before 2,130 fans at Perry Field."I "He got his first hit of the year (Satur-
Alligator Writer think he (Burke) learned some- day) and you can see it on his face. He earns emotionalwin
thing from his first two starts location just lights up."
Just as the UF baseball team contin- on his pitches, not trying to do too McCray earned his second save of
ued its normal performance pattern in much and trying to strike a lot of the year Saturday in relief of Brent
three-game series this weekend people out, and relying on his defensea Stuart ((2-0)). McCray pitched 2 1/3 over MSUBy
against South Florida, the team's heroes little more," Arnold said. innings and worked his way out of a
once again changed. Burke ((2-1)) struck out each starterin bases-loaded, ninth-inning jam by
John Burke, Mike Moberg and the Bulls' lineup at least once and striking out his cousin, Kevin, to end GUERRY SMITH
Todd McCray were the key players became the first Gators pitcher to fan the game. Alligator WnterIn
who helped the Gators rebound froma 13 batters since Johnny Wiggs did last UF scored three of its runs Sundayin an emotional dual tennis meet that spanned two
3-2 loss Friday night in Tampa and May against Vanderbilt."I the second inning. Billy Minnis led days and was not decided until the third set of the final
post a 2-1 victory Saturday in St. Pe- kept my intensity all through the off by tripling off the wall in leftcenter.Jim doubles match, Tom Finnegan and Bruce Haddad led
tersburg and a 6-2 triumph Sunday at game.I just didn't show it,"said Burke, Bell then advanced to first base the UF men's team to a 5-4 victory against 23rd-ranked .
Perry Field. a freshman right-hander from Engle- after getting with a pitch by Bulls Mississippi State.
UF, 6-3 and ranked 17th in the Col- wood, Colo. "I tried to stay calm and starter Whitney Flored ((1-1)). With the win in their first Southeastern Conference
legiate Baseball/ESPN poll, also has really concentrate on the hitters. I A single by Ricky Britton, his first match, the Gators ((3-0)) equalled their conference
lost the opening contests of three- didn't let out any frustration." collegiate hit, drove in Minnis and victory total from last year and proved they can beat
game series against Western Carolinaand Moberg,who was listed as question- moved Bell to second. A sacrifice bunt ranked teams.
Georgia Southern this year before able for the South Florida series early by Gregg Castaldo advanced both run- Rain stopped play Saturday at the Varsity Courts with
winning the final two games. last week because of a sprained left ners. Dave Majeski's ground out the score tied at 4 and UFs No. 3 doubles team of
"This is the third weekend in a row ankle, had a big weekend at the plate knocked in Bell and advanced Brittonto Finnegan and Haddad one set ahead of MSU's Kevin
that we've bounced back after an open- and in right field. third. Moberg then singled to right Chase and Max Koep. The Bulldogs duo had just
ing game loss and won two out of three With the Gators clinging to a 2-1 field, scoring Britton. broken serve for a 5-4 advantage in the second set.
against a pretty good ball club," UF lead with one out in the seventh inningin If the shoe fits ... Moberg was When the match resumed Sunday, Chase and Koep
coach Joe Arnold said. This is a Saturday's game, Moberg threw out able to play in this weekend's series held serve to force a third set, but the UF team gained
ranked team, and it's going to mean a Joey Us at the plate when he attempted thanks to a special hightop cleat to control quickly. They capitalized on two Koep double
great deal to us a little bit later on. to score from third base. protect his left ankle. But he almost faults to break the Bulldogs' first service game, and
Burke, who was moved from the top In Sunday's game, Moberg went didn't. The special shoe didn't arrive then Haddad survived a break point against his serve
spot in the rotation, allowed only three 3-for-3 with a double and two RBI. until 15 minutes before gametime Fri- to give the Gators a 3-0 lead.
hits and struck out 13 batters in his "It was a pleasure to watch him day, and Moberg went onto the field After both teams held serve twice, UF was one game
first complete collegiate game Sunday (Moberg) come back," Arnold said. with it on,never having worn it before. away from victory. In the next game, Haddad ripped a
service return down the line to set up match point.
When Chase volleyed into the net, UF had its elusive
9 v tdb"r
SEC win.
"It's going to be such an incredible boost for us,"
Gators coach Ian Duvenhage said. "They not only came
vJ i a' lst. swI out and beat a good tennis team, but they did it in a
way that I'm very proud of."
Haddad and Finnegan were responsible for three of
the Gators' five wins. Finnegan beat Koep 6-0, 7-6 at
No. 6 singles and Haddad was dismantling Juan Rios
6-1,4-0 at No. 3 singles when Rios defaulted. Rios,who
was hurt and would win at doubles a little later, simply
decided to quit after falling behind in the fifth game of
the second set.
But it was the UF tandem's doubles performancethat
I was memorable.
This was by far the most I've ever wanted to win
R t any dual match," Finnegan said. "These guys are sucha
tough team, and I just really wanted to beat them
badly. That's all I could think about last night."
An undercurrent of hostility surfaced in a confron-
tation between UF freshman David Blair and MSU's
Mihnea Nastase.
With the Bulldogs' pairing of Nastase and Mark
Jeffrey a set ahead of Blair] and Rick Holton] and aboutto
win the match, Nastase thought Blair] called a ball
4. out. He yelled at Blair, and as the two players stood at .
the net, he tried to push him. -
t r Although SEC rules specify disqualification of any
player who fights, the match continued and the Bull-
dogs won 6-1,6-3. Nastase walked off the court without
shaking hands with Blair or Holton.In .
other action Saturday, UFs Gary Finnegan lost a
three-hour duel with Mark Jeffrey 7-5, 4-6,6-1; Blair
lost to Nastase 6-3, 6-1; Holton lost to Chase 6-2, 7-6;
and Jim Spencer beat Roy Moscattini 6-4,7-5.
In doubles, Spencer and Jeff Mager beat Rios and

Moscattini 75,63.Surprising ..

.

loss for women's team. At Athens, Ga.,
the third-ranked UF women's team lost Friday to
fourth-ranked Georgia in a match moved indoors be-
cause of rain.
The two teams were tied after singles, but Georgia '
e won two of three doubles matches to clinch the match.
UF's Andrea Farley] ,Jillian Alexander and Amy Alcini
won their matches, as did the duo of Holly Danforthand
Cathy Goodrich. Five of the six singles matches
REGGIE GRANT ALLIGAIC lasted three sets.
Billy Minnis (left) and Jim Bell (right) congratulate pitcher John Burke (center) on his three-hit complete game The loss was only the Gators' second in 11 years of
SEC competition and the first in Andy Brandi's coach ,
USF.
Sunday, lifting UF to a 6-2 victory over
ing tenure.



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I Tennessee downs UF 7557United

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Press International who had 14 points. Center Dwayne Davis and guard
Renaldo Garcia each had 13.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. In a disappointing home- For a while, though, it looked as though UF mightbe
coming for UF interim coach Don DeVoe, Tennessee able to snap its own losing streak.Tennesseetrailed
snapped a three-game losing streak in Southeastern 12-10 after the first six minutes of play but
Conference play Saturday by defeating the Gators went on a 17-2 run to build a 34-24 lead at halftime.
75-57! at Thompson-Doling Arena. The Gators stopped the Vols from scoring in the
The Gators suffered their 11th consecutive loss first four minutes of the second half by slowing the
under DeVoe, who coached Tennessee last season game's tempo. But they only managed to close the
before being forced to resign. UF ___ __ _____ gap by two points during that span. f
falls to ft-16 overall, 2.12 in confer Tennessee then reeled off eight
ence play, heading into a game SEC Standings consecutive points behind three-
tonight against Miami ((9-13)) in the SEC Overall point baskets by Houston and
Miami Arena. Louisiana St. 10-4 20.5G.Orgll guard Greg Bell and led by 17 at
10-4
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UF, unable to win since Dwayne Alabama 9.5 18.7 57-40 with more than seven min
Schintzius and Livingston Chat- Kentucky 9.8 13-11 utes left.
man quit last month, is now three Tennessee 8.8 13.10
Album 7-7 11.14 The Vols increased their lead to
shy of the school record for con MlSlissippi 8.9 9.15MISI. 20 at 66-46 with 4:19: remainingafter .
secutive defeats ((14)) set in 1981- Vanderbilt.51. s.g 5.9 12.11UF 12.10 a three-pointer by Houston IPA
82.But 2.12 8.18Saturday's one of four in the second half for
the victory keeps Tennessee him.
((13-10, 8-6)! ) in the chase for Tennessee 75,Results OF 57 "This was a big win because it's
the conference championship and Georgia 82, MISSISSIPpi State 74 tough to play a team that is that lALLIGATOR
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postseason play. Alabama 83, Kentucky 59 patient and deliberate,"Tennessee r
DeVoe, who was greeted by a coach Wade Houston said. J
mixture of cheers and boos during lSU Sunday'121,Vanderbilt Result 108 "There's a tendency to gamble and
pregame introductions, blamed rush your shots because you playso
the loss on a lack of consistent Today'a Game long on defense at the other end
scoring by his players] who shot UF II Miami,7:30: p.m.I of the floor."

only 35 percent from the field. He said the key to Tennessee's
"It was another disappointing victory was not gambling on bad shots when they
loss for us, but we're not going to give up," DeVoe trailed early in the game.Tennessee's shooting slumpwas
I said. "We're not a pretty basketball team when the short-lived as the Vols hit 50 percent for the
ball doesn't go in the basket." game. UF slowed Tennessee's run-and-gun style of
The ball did go in the basket for Tennessee guard play to a snail's pace, which bothered some Vols

Allan -Houston..-...--, who..... \led all-.. oren with"n.. -23- points!.. players. PHOTO
The Gators were led in scoring for the third con Alligator t i staff writer Jason Davis contributed to this Dwayne Davis, pictured against Tennessee earlier thisse' :
I secutive game by freshman forward Stacey Poole, report. scored 13 points against the Vols on Saturday.


"'I Soccer team wins !l| Lady Vols roll past Lady GatorsBy


The UF women's soccer club went Into overdrivethis GREGG DOYEL said. "I think the players were trying too hard."
weekend, posting two victories here in two days. Alligator Writer UF juniors Rhvonja Smith and Sophia Witherspoon com-

Saturday, the team drubbed a club from the University bined for 23 points, and Witherspoon pulled down a team-
of South Florida 5-1. Jan Dugan led the way with Admitting they tried too hard,the UF women's basketball high eight rebounds for UF,which dropped to 13-11 overall
two goals. team couldn't overcome a slow start and lost to defending and 1-7 in the Southeastern Conference."We .
national champion Tennessee, 75-42 Saturday night at wanted to play for Lea and let the SEC and Tennessee
Sunday, UF downed a select team, the Clearwater Thompson-Doling Arena in Knoxville Tenn. "
know that Florida is here, Smith said. "We just trieda
Chargers, 3-1. Allison Zuchman notched a pair of goals UF struggled early and didn't score until the 13:33: markof little bit too hard."
as the club improved to 3-0 this season. the first half as the Lady Vols jumped to a 9-0 lead and Daedra Charles led all scorers with 13 and had 10

JASON DAVIS never looked back. rebounds for Tennessee ((21-4, 6-1)). Tonya Edwards added

____ n __ __ "We're trying to get better," UF interim coach Lea Henry 13 points and Debbie Hawhee had 10.




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N--i y h .., y ,I d, VOLUME 83, NUMBER 106 MONDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1990 OlhP indeith1% e14It .1 r416(k Report ranks UF ninth in private donations Alligator Staff and Was Report LF has placed ninth among all U S public universities in the amount of pnvate monetary support itreceived in fiscal 1989 -making this the first time in UF history that it has cracked the top 10. Apreliminary reportfrom the Council for Aid to Education, a New York organization that monitors private gifts to schools, says the university received S587 million during the last fiscal year. Others in the top level include the University of California at Berkeley, Ohio State University and UCLA UF Vice President for Development and AlunnmAffars Robert Lindgren credited the university's $250 million "Embrace Excellence Campaign" for UF's first-ever showing among the top 10 Including pledges, the UF campaign raised more than $90 million from more than 40,000 individuals and organizations for the I year period that ended last June 30 The campaign will continue through 1991. It was an extraordinary year for private giving to the Unversity of Florida, and we are deeply grateful to our alumni and friends who made it possi ble." Lindgren said 'Their generosity, in tact, has now pushed the Embrace Excellence Cam paign to within $7 million of its minimum overall goal The donations will be used to endow student scholarships and faculty positions, support educational and research pro grams and allow for construe tion or renovation of facilities Civil liberties activist says FBI violates personal rights By JASON CASTEN Alligator Writer Civil rights violations that began during the Mt Carthy Era in the 1950s continue to be committed by the FBI, a civil liberties leader told a UF audience Thursday night in Bruton-Geer Hall. Spying and disruption are two tactics the FBI uses to violate First Amendment rights, said Frank Wilkinson, executive director emeritus of the National Committee Against Repressive Legislation. His speech was sponsored by the Gamesville-areachapterof the American Civil liberties Union. In the lons, the FBI used the House Un-American Activities Committee to investigate Americans thought to be communists, Wilkinson said. As a civil liberties leader in the 1950s, WilkinsOi Wilkinson was questioned by the HUAC about his political affiliations. Using the First Amendment as his defense, he refused to answer and was sentenced to jail for contempt "We will not save free speech if we are not prepared to go to jail in its defense," he said Wilkisoi said he hIs ance by the FBI lor the bet under 21-hour Nuiviil last 10 years -ey (the FF) ha jxie 17 million In tollowmg me troi the fmu I Was 2 until I wi' 6>," Wilkinson sod A frt Ce A federal judge has ordited the I' I] or slop i, mnveNigaion o Wilkinso,, but other people are still in danger, he saul 'Iliey c.iinot outh mie, but they ,i -very definitely tan, and will, and do -touch you, Wilkison said TIere Are Tore than I million ArmI >1%ii, cans not engaged in (rainal auivities who are being ivetIgated for their pohlticl activity's Wilnkmson Said he 'I I] repctd the HiLAC with lit Senate (unmnittee on I errorin, Wikisun said It the gowrnment d(01s Toil like your poht s, it now Llasifi-s yon as a terrorist. Wilkinson aid the i-i labeled 190 agaNiton' s "eriorisi nrs" for opposing Prteident Reagan's lelicit in ntral America, Wilkinson sail Any organizationn calling lor a tgti.iited ate see Covert, page 15 Student-runner finds time for classes, races Brewer hopes to ru By STEPHANIE OELTROM Alligator Wnter As the sun peeks over the horizon about 7 aim., Diane Brewer is out of bed and getting ready for work. She puts on her shorts, tightens her shoelaces, does some stretches, sets her watch and heads for the road. The morning traffic emerges as Diane's lean frame strides down the road. In 45 minutes, she covers six miles -she can do it chatting all the way and not even breathing hard on the hills. Although she's a full-time UF graduate student in mass communications, Diane finds time for a career as a professional runner. "It's horribly hard," she said. "I've got two full-time jobs as a student and a runner Every morning before most students are out of bed, Diane dons her running appareland runs a sixto 12-mile route through Gamiesville. After classes, she's back on the road for another fiveto sixmile trek Diane's 80-mile-a-week training has started to pay off during the past two years. She has become a well-known competitor on the professional road racing circuit in the South and Midwest. Her picture as appeared in Runmnr's World n in '92 Olympics magazine, and race directors know her name. In fact, when the 1989 road racing rankings came out in the February issue of Runner's World, Diane was ranked fifth in the world. Fifteen to 20 weekends a year, Diane flies to a distant city to test her speed and endurance against the nation's top runners. She won her last race in Lynchburg, Va., which was 10 miles long. Most of her races are 10-kilometers, about six miles, and half-marathons, about 13 miles. "I prefer the half-marathon races because I'm more confident in intermediate distances," Diane said. That confidence has led to successand rewards ashigh as $6000, which she received fora first place finish in the Fairfield (Conn.) Half Marathon last June Diane hasn't always been making money from her running She began rnningjust forfun 17years ago with her parents "Ienjoyed it, so I started running track meets," she said. I found that I was good at it. I seemed to have natural endurance." After four years of track and cross country at Purdue University and Michigan State University, Diane decided to keep running. After several more years of trainsee Brewer. page 8 Close Encounters Jim Williams, 33, of W.W. Gay Construction Company welds the end of a pipe The pipes were being laid near Buckman Hall for the new chemistry building a Student leaders pave way for blacks.5 Gymnasts surprise Georgia.22

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MO\)A' [ lRstAI' 11, iWO CAMPUS NEWS j Panhellenic Council rescinds bids I On irsi [ne i Its history, [he National Panhe[ll collerente decided to retatird bids from 59$ [:i(dgst class members at Cornell University and ,Tyrbiutet nw bids because of tampering with rrorCy rush art ference cards, lhe Cornell Daily Sun r sorted Hut some risees are angry about the reassign eints "onihe[ simply cannot givebidsto peopleandthen ilk them away," Sheri L Rabmner. a rushee wit drawn from the pledge list of her first choice lhiu e. said Complaints from rushes prompted an ed itonal by The Sun urging sororities to reexamine how they approach new members and conduct rush J Senate votes down GPA requirement The Texas Tech Student Senate failed to approve a resolution calling for a required 20 grade point average for all senators, The Uniersity Daily reported Sen Stuart Schmidt introduced the resolution fob lowing the administration's increased admission standards for the University "I believe that if I were a constituent, and I recognized that there was someoinfltin IlIIe senate that could no imakea 2 0rgI ellls id The circumstances. that wjuld lake away from my opinion of this organization 'Everyonecan haveabad seniester,andifyou were in Ihs senate nght now and you were IT have a bad semester, you would be out of here,' said senate President Rodney Markham "it I% not grade pount averages that got Ihr bank on carnpus It is not GPA that recognized the football team or funds organizalions It isleadership Despite arguments, the senate voted against the resolution 23-17 -USE FISHER correction Those infected with influenza can fight the virus with amantadine at any time, though the medicine is most effective when taken within 48 hours of the first sign of illness UF health educator Joanne Auth said. Once symptoms appear, sufferers can Infect others for at least three days. TheAlligatorreported otherwisei a storyon page Friday. Gainesvillepoliceand the FBI believe the man who robbed the Empire of America Federal Savings Bank at 249 W. University requested thousands of dollars. The Alligator reported otherwise on this page Friday WHAT'S HAPPENING Recycling Week: The Residence 1.ill Recycling Program kicks off RtcyclI ng Week '90 Bring .i turn cure to the Reitz Union norTh lawn and visit international tibtes at Turington Hall, Matherly Circle,the Lw Schooland theReitz Union Colonnade Call 3779367 or 3r2 MAKE Rape education: Campus Org.iunied Against Rape sponsors a i Ir education training session iidaiy it 3, i Reitz Union Romn 122 (ill 2 .l ext 294 Gatnr Band: Tau Beta Sigma's Slave Auction is today at 5 in the bandroom. 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MONDAY. +I-RUARY 19 I1$f) A11,A]UR i Officials move Diddley show, cite safety reasons By CORINNE TUTUSKA Alligator Writer UF administrators have cited safety reasons tf forcing the Celebration 1990 count mittee to relocate Bo Diddley's kick-off performance to the UF Bandshell The performance site, originally sched uled for the Remi Union South Terrace on Tuesday. March 6, has been moved because the UP Campus Concert Committee, an advisorygroup, decided last week that Diddley would attract too large a crowd for the Union Reitz Union Director Dave Kratzer said the possibly of a mob scene would Impose serious safety hazards over an area not adequate for a large crowd Bo's a household name these days,' Kratzer said, Especially now with the Nike commercials We just can't take that kind of risk ast semester, orgaizers took a similar risk when the Indigo Girls held a concert outside the Orange & Brew, Kratzer said Organizers expected about 300 fans, but( more than 2,000 arrived, and many leaned over the railings "If anybody would have fallen, we would have been out of here," he said, Celebration directorijason Rosenberg has mixed feelings about the decision He said turnout, but that he does'> think enough people will make the trek fron the Utnmi 'So muany more student, would have the opportunity to see Bo if Ir were it the Union," Rosnberg said But Kratzer said he isn't worried about a low turn-out 'It's safety factor, not how many People we can pack into the show, he said In case of bad weather. the show will be he's glad that so many people expect a large moved to the Reitz Union Ballroom Police arrest suspect in fast-food robbery Man also charged in 3 other robberies By MIKE BRUISCELLI Alligator Writer A Gainesville man arrested Thursday night for robbing a fastfood restaurant on Southeast Hawthorne Road wasalso charged with three other robberies over the past three months, Gainesville police said. Charles Levan Davis, 31, was found by police at his house on East University Avenue after he allegedly robbed In-N-Out Hamburgers,1445SE HawthorneRoad. Gainesville police spokeswoman L Sadie Darnell said. Police also arrested Davis for two other robberes at the restaurant in November and December, and a third last month at Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1231 E University Ave, she said At about 9 30 pm the suspect kicked in the back door of the restaurant, walked in and demanded cash from the register. After receiving an undisclosed amount of money, he told an em ployee to open the safe. 'he employee, who thought the suspect had a gun underneath his jacket, began working with the lock. The suspect kicked the employee in the ribs and, once the safe was open, left with a bag of money through the back door, Darnell said. Restaurant employee Charles E. Gomes, along with two witnesses, chased thesuspect Goines, armed with a .38-caliber revolver, fired several shots at the suspect, but did not injure anybody, Darnell said. After they lost sight of him, police officers resumed the search, following a trail that led to Davis' house, she said The gun Gnomes fired was taken away by police and given to the restaurant's manager. Darnell said. She said charges could be filed against Gones for firing the gun within city limits. "You can understand why someone would react that way, but it's still a violation." Darnell said In-N-Out manager Karl Weber said he was glad the robber was caught, but he would notcomment further on the case. Davis, who also was arrested for cocaine possession, was taken to the Alachua County jail and is being held on $100,000 bond. By MIKE DAME Alligator Staff Writer Former UF basketball star Dwayne Schintzius has decided to forgo the opportunity to play in Europe and instead workout on his own in preparation for April's Orlando All-Star Classic. "All along, it's been whatever he thought was best to stay in shape a far -n conditioning and be ready for the NBA Draft," said Ron Carpenter, a Gainesville attorney who represents Schintzius. "He just made the ultimate decision that going to Europe was not as good as staying here." Last week. Carpenter had been seeking a deal for Schintzius with Phillips Milan of Italy's A-I league But Schintzius, who quit the UF basketball team Jan. 25 citing differences with interim coach Don DeVoe, will stay in Gainesville and continue conditioning work"Dwayne considered European basketball," Carpenter said. "But he decided the best way to be mentally and physically ready for the NBA was to continue his training hemr" Schintzius also had been mentioned as possibly playing with Real Madrid of the Spanish league, but team officials there said their roster was full. If he had decided to play in Europe, Schint's would have -come ineligible to participate in the Classic -an NCAA-sanctioned eventbecause of his pro status. The 7-foot-2 center committed earlier this year to participate in the Classic, to be held at Orlando Arena April 12-14. The event is used as a scouting tool by the NBA in preparation for the draft. Schintzius could not be reached for comment. In his three-plus years with the Gators, Schantzius became the fourth-leading scorer in school his tory with 1,624 points. UF went to the NCAA Tournament in each of his first three years with the Gators, the only NCAA Tournament trips the team has ever made. KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLiGAIO A Bird In the Hand.II Alfonso Doce of Kisslmmee shows his northern Goshawk to the crowd at the fourth Annual Hoggetowne Medieval Faire on Sunday. This is the first year Doce brought his "Birds of Prey" show to the Faire. Traveling gourmet educates public about veganistic ideas By NICOLE SNUED Alligator Writer Sporting a "Peace begins in the kitchen, go vegetarian" pin, travelIng gourmet Chaz Chinee taught 13 people to make tofu omelets, sunflower seed milk and othervegetarian dishes Wednesday to celebrate National Cruelty-Free Day for animals. For almost three months Chioeo and hisvegan dog, Ran Dass, have been traveling around the country in his remodeled bus teaching the principles of veganism. Vegans differ from vegetarans in that vegans do not eat any ammal products, whereasvegetarans may eat eggs and milk. Some vegans also do not use animal products such as soap, gelatin and silk. "I hope to turn the world onto it," Chioeo said. "I guess I'll start with the United States Chioeo said Ran Dass has been a vegan for six and a half years. "He's half pit-bull but he's the most peaceful dog you will ever meet," Chioeo said. Accompanying Chioeo was Brook Fields, an animal lawyer from Umatilla, Fla in Lake County. Fields, who is also the author of the Cookbook Mor People Wfo Love Animals, said some people make the mistake of judging tofu in its raw form. "People say. 'I don't like tofu," Fields said 'What does that mean? Tofu is a base. It can do whatever you want it to do." For example, Fields said oriental foods can be see VelanIsm, page 17 Lawyer says Schintzius to try for NBA Draft

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i XUJ(fl)INS MONDAY, ll BRIJARY Is, 19) ELSEWHERE Exiled leaders hop JOHANNSBSI!RG. South Afnca (UPI) -Just a week alto r the release if black leader Nelson M andela fro It l imri onnmcii, exiled enemies of apartheid said in interviews published Sunday that they dream of reuring ho me Joe Slovo, thli Liuanian born white who heads the St h African Communisi Party and commanded the rithlary wing of the African National Congress, said from exile in I usaka. Zambia, [hat returning home iron 27 years of exile had seemed unlikely until now 1i i vaguie. abstract way I thought I might some day be back," Slovo, b4, long regarded as Public lieiny No I in South Africa, told the Sunday Tunies "I rankly. I c would not have kept going it I did not have this tO (ing to "But t; think of actually walking in the streets of iohannesburg again It all seemed so remote Slovo acknowledged that he had planned armed ANC operation, aid imcursions, including sOme atat ksoitsu" avilitarg.'t [hat ran counter to [he ANCS srginal polity i hitting only government instalhuLiois and n minirung civilian casualties But he ail, "My conscence s clear " Is never easy o be involved in a process that t-.u', to any loss i hurian lift, he said "Obviously, we did [iot relish sone of [he consequences of our It lons Bu they are unavoidable in any conflict Siplho stnmon Makane, the ANC's chief represeni acve in the Sviet Union, once the movement's learig arms supplier, said he hoped to be among the first exile, to return home, having been away since he 1960s At the end of a three-day meeting Friday, the Bombing suspect li A FLANTA (UP) -The man who has become the latest focus of the FBI's probe of two deadly mail bombings hasalinkto thefrstvictim, 11thU.S,Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Robert S. Vance. a report said Saturday Court records show that Vance was one of three jurists who handled an appeal of a civil lawsuit filed by Walter feroy MoodyJr in connection with criminal charges against the literary agent, the Atlanta Jour nal-Constituton said Vance was killed Dec 16 when a package bomb blew up in his face at his suburban Birmingham, Ala. home Two days later, Savannah lawyer Robert Robinson was killed by a similar bomb mailed to his office Two other bombs intercepted before going off were mailed to the federal appeals court headquarters in Atlanta and the NAACP office in Jacksonville, in the case once suspected as being race-related. A decision is still pending in Moody's federal appeals court case, which he filed after being acquitted on charges of attempted murder in 1983. Moody, who has denied any participation in the bombings, was charged in the attempted murder of Experts investigate sup ROSWELL, Ga. (UPI) -Federal experts began examining remnants of bombs that exploded in two suburban Atlanta supermarkets but the devices did not resemble fatal mail bombs that killed two people last year, authorities said Sunday. The bombs, placed in Tupperware-like containers, exploded at the Kroger and Cub Foods stores at 2 pim. Saturday, about an hour after the threats were made, authorities said. A man also phoned in threats to three othergrocery stores and a chicken restaurant, but bomb-sniffing dogs found no explosives at those sites, said Tom Stokes, spokesman for the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. Bomb experts see "absolutely no connection" between the grocery store bombs and the fatal mail bombsthatkilled Alabama federalijudgeRobertVance and Savannah, Ga., City Councilman Robert Robinson last year, he said. The telephoned threats yielded few clues about the suspect, and no motive has been established for the e to return home committee announced that it will send a delegation to South Africa as soon as possible for direct talks with President Fredenk de Klerk on issues standing in the way of negotiations aimed at ending the country's racial conflict 'here was no response from De Klerk's office by Sunday on the ANC announcement, which followed the release of ANC leader Nelson Mandela a week ago as part of a sweeping package of racial reforms that also included lifting a 30-year ban on the ANC. A spokesman for De Klerk said Saturday there would be no comment until he had reviewed the ANC statement But De Klerk's brother, Wimpie, who has long advocated direct talks between the ANC and the government, told the Sunday Star he believed that ''everything is going according to plan" and that the ANC's request for a meeting was "outstanding In addition to announcing a delegation of exiles, South African-based ANCofficials wanted to meetwith De Klerk to "talk about talks." The ANC said it was preparing to re-establish a legal ANC in the country and a permanent return of exiles. At the same time it refused to renounce the armed struggle and insisted the De Kierk government meet the unfulfilled demands of the so-called Harare Dec laration before formal negotiations could begin. These include a lifting of a 43-month-old state of emergency, the withdrawal of army troops from black townships, the suspension of political trials and the release of all political prisoners. While De lerk announced a partial prisoner release, those guilty of politically related violent crimes did not quality. iked to victim three divers who he abandoned in the Gulf of Mexico after hiring them to photograph an underwater propulsion device he planned to market. A district judge dismissed Moody's lawsuit, alleging false arrest and malicious prosecution in the case. A federal appeals court panel, including Vance, di.missed the appeal of the lower court decision, Attention was turned to Moody two weeksago when his home in Rex, Georgia, was searched byauthorities. Published reports the FBI has not confirmed said that searches of Moody's property have turned up items that could be used to build a bomb. Moody's history includes a conviction in federal court for possession of a bomb in 1972. He allegedly planned to send the bomb and an extortion note demanding $65,000 to an Atlanta auto dealer who had repossessed his car. But the bomb exploded when Moody's wife accidentally opened the package. Investigators were still seeking possible links be tween Moody and Robert Wayne O'Ferrell, a junk store owner in Enterprise, Alabama, where FBI agents have set up quarters in an extensive search of the area. ermarket bombings bombings, Stokes said. The explosions caused only minimal damage, and no one was injured, although several customers had ignored store warnings to evacuate the stores, said Roswell police dispatcher Jim Roberts. FBI spokesman Pat Johnson said the explosions could have done far more damage had the homemade bombs detonated properly. "The fuse train is all that detonated, so the effect of the bombs was really only that of a firecracker," he said. Four of the five stores were in Roswell, 30 miles north of Atlanta. The four Fulton County groceries received the bomb threats one after the other by telephone starting around 12:45 pm., Roberts said. 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MONDAY. i EBRARY 19. 199, AILJGA)R, 5 Campus Profile: BSU President Roxy Oliver By NANCY MCCREARY Alligator Writer Anyone can make a change. When Rosianna "Roxcy" Oliver first came to UF in 1987. she was still tired from her high school duties as student body and National Honor Society presidents. Little did she know that in two years, she would clear debt that plagued one of UFs largest organizations, the Black Student Union, for the past couple of years. "When I came to U, I said that I'm not going to get involved,"said the speech communications junior from Jacksonville "I'm justgoingtogetmybooksand l'mnotgoing to do anything. "But in my sophomore year, I picked up 7heAlligatorand saw that BSU had incurred this debt," Oliver said. All she said she remembered was reading a student senator who had said, 4(ihese) students did not have the coherence or capabilities to raise that amount of money." That statement became Oliver's driving force. She went to the next BSU meeting and vowed that the $10,100 debt would be paid off before she left the organization. She didn't know how she was going to do it, but she was determined. BSU incurred the debt when it overspent its budget for Black History Month in 1987 and again in 1988. As BSU president, Oliver inherited that monetary cloud but dispersed it three weeks ago when she paid the last of the money owed to Student Government, a year and a half earlier than expected, This, she mid, was the means to upgrade the image of BSU, a major goal of her administration. "We had several organizations to help us out over the last two years," she said. "Several organizations either donated their services or money or something to help the cause out. Everyone pitched In But achieving that goal wasn't simple While trying to gain support for her cause, Oliver noticed a serious problem on campus that seemed to be getting worse -racism. She was one of several students who began addressing this issue to UF administrators, among them Interim UF President Robert Bryan and Student Affairs Vice President Art Sandeen. It was then important to vocal. ize the problems that black students were having on campus, she said. "I feel As though since a lot of black students were concerned, people listened to us,' she said "And it cane to be a very, very big issue on campus I think what happened is that people were unaware of this and it shook them up to realize that,'Wait a mmute. Blacks are unhappy right now.' OBut until you are vocal, until you express what you feel, a problem can never be solved," Oliver added. The white rights advocacy group, called the white student union, probably emerged as a result of the press and other attention, Oliver said. The white group said it formed as a balance to the BSU. Though she said she has nothing against the group, she said any organization that is formed in opposition to another has no real prenumse. "But I cannot deny that opportunity for him to have thatorganization, because that's his right," Oliver said. "I would never defend BSU to the white studentunion. We'reabout advocating students; we're about promoting awareness in students and being a strong voice for students. No organization can take that away from us." The biggest problem at UF is the lack of education about cultures different than that of the average white student, Oliver said Once everyone becomes more informed about each other's differences, she said, we would understand each other a little better. A lot of problems arise from niscommunication or no communication at all," she said. SWe don't know enough about each other. You've got to start from the base of theproblem. And thatisalackofknowledge, a lack of education." E RN STODDARD Wack Studeit Union President Roxy Oliver says solving the group's debt with Student Govemment has upgraded the group's Image on campus. Less than a month shy of the end of her administration, Oliver said she learned a lot about people while being president She not only learned to deal with blacks and their attitudes, but with whites and others as well, This is a very important asset, she said She also learned to stand strong for what she believes in and to continue working for her goals regardless of opposition. "It's having confidence in yourself and your organization and your people that you can accomplish whatever goal that you set, as long as you work hard to do it," Oliver In retrospect, Oliver maintains i she has gotten the needed support froim the It community to accomplish her goals She said in everything one does, there will it ways be some people who agree and disagree In her situation, she felt things were in her favor Once adminiMstrators were made aware of the problems black students were having, they tried to do something by following suit. see OlIvu. page 14 In 1968, Shirley Chisholm was the first black woman to be elected to the United States House of Representatives. Chisholm originally entered politics In respowSt to local pleas for an honest public servant in the New York State Assembly. While part of theAssembly, she sponsored the SEEKprogram, which offered minority students without high school diploma the opportunity to obtain college-level training. After her election as representative, Chisholm indicated her preference for committee assignments which reflected her interests and areaS of expertise like education and labor. Born in 1926, Chisholm is a descendant from West Indian immigrant laborers. A graduate of both Brooklyn and Columbia universities, she earned a master's In elementary education. Chi. hlm worked as a nursery school teacher, director of a daycare center and consultant for the New York Department of Social Services. Chisholm Is a crnader whose efforts on behalf of black& rejects her philosophy of focusing on seldetermiindtin through economic participatian.To her, this mans blacks need sound vocational education, ames to higher learning and sensible business counseling -ANYCI ulTEMOUSY Rainhold the first white president of Gator NAACP By DEBBIE CENZIPER Alligator Writer i, Karl Reinhold, pisldeat of the Gato Chapter of the NAACP. Says huss Ihe Rev. Martin Lther KIngJ. quoteupperwSt' as a guldMlls for Hhig, The first white president of the Gator Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People said he can offer the organization a new focus because he understands both sides of racial issues. Karl Rainhold, who was the former vice president of the group, said he is now in an advantageous position because people will talk differently to him because he is white. OI can still represent the issues of blacks on campus, but people won't feel as automatically defensive with me," he said. Rhinhold said he learnedabout racial issues because what affected his friends also affected him, he said. NMy association isvery great with the African-Amerian society because those are the people I grew up with," he said. wI felt it was natural for me to take part in the (NAACP). "he black society will always be a part of me but I goE Raiflila, page 14 I' all a a: 011:

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' '.ll i.AOR. MONIAIIBRI'MY U IV OPINIONS Ladies only The R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. has yet another ploy to sell cigarettes. Instead of targeting blacks, it is now planning to target young, uneducated females. In a marketing study released to the Washington Post Friday, the company plans to start the "Dakota" cigarette and market it to 18to 24-year-old women with no education past high school A story in the Post quoted the study as describing the preferred "Dakota" smoker as a woman whose favorite pastimes include "cruising." "partying" and attending "Hot Rod shows" and "tractor pulls" with their boyfriends. Her only aspirations, the story said, are "to get married in her early twenties" and to spend her free time "with her bos friend doing whatever he is doing health and Human Se -rvices Secretary u is W. Sullvan was outraged, to say the least, that tobacco officials weil tr-vtmg to lure young women to smoke RJ. Reynolds officials said Ilhe cigarette wouldn't be targeted solely to women Yeah, eight Ii the health conscious 1980s, cigarette smokers tended to be the poor munnrities and young women. Reynolds abandoned a plan three weeks ago to market cigarettes for blacks because of strong opposition. Now, the company is going after young women. Tobacco companies appear to be a lot like animals the wild -so desperate for food, they seek out the weakest prey. in Close call Well, we're i the cleat. Whew. When a student politician made a statement a few weeks ago that another student politician didn't like, the latter complained. In the midst of deciding whether the first student politician should be penalized, the Elections Commission wanted to force an Alligator reporter to tell them if the statement, quoted in the paper, was true. When we refused, the Commission asked Student Honor Court Chancellor Cris Martinez to kill the subpoena. She did and while the Commission was deciding whether to bring it up again, the student politicians involved withdrew their complaint and opted to settle amongst themselves. Another dramatic moment in the world of journalism is over -but not forgotten. We're glad we're not involved in this mess anymore, but what about next time? What if the parties aren't busy with elections next time? What will the court do then? We know what we'll do next time We'll fight again. And again and again. alligator Editor Lucy Chabot Managing Editor Mary Shedden Opinions Editor Tonya Sutton Leftr Policy .tmes to t"editor .nwlC not oRC. 200 wOUs (nuci ot we c-ll go) T". .wul l.w nursr Mr. will e waitIt i r .sow s 0n i hoj ha spatal call th.deast M. editor a 3R14S' Infirmary raises birth control price Editor: Last week was Student Health Awareness Week, and SiNdent Health Services wants to educate students and get their input on SHS programs and policies. SHS was on the colonnade throughout the week, along with the Student Health Outreach Team. the liaison between SHS and students. In the spirit of health awareness, students should know that one of the many changes instituted at the infirmary this semesterby Director Boyd Kellett is an increase in the price of Ortho Novum birth control pills sold at the pharmacy. When I found out about this, I asked employees at the pharmacy for the cause of this price increase When I was told that the phar. macy hasn't been making enough money in the past years to cover its overhead. I asked why only the price of birth control pills has been raised. A pharmacist told me the prices of other pharmaceuticals will be increased next semester. Personally, I see this price increase as taking advantage of women, at well as men who share in their partner's birth control costs Birth control pills are an essen. tial part of some people's health care, and the infirmary is currently treating students as captive connumers with this price increase. Since over 99 percent of SHS funding comes from student money, if you have any input to give concerning this price hike. hold the infirmary and the administration accountable by calling or writing them. SHS does have decisions to you to justify its A'" ""ade 4U3 Slugf'est deserves a laurel not a dart Editor: After reading De Alligator for almost seven years. I now feel confident that I have read the silliest dart ever given. Ahe Alligator giving a dart to Phi Delt Slugfest is like Jim Watt chasusing the Beach Boys' benefit concert. The Alligator hates boxing and Watt hates rock-n-roll. Never mind that Slugfest is the largest single day fraternal fund raiser in the nation, annually rais ing over $15,000 for charity. Forget that Slugfest is the largest amateur boxing match in the Southeast or one of the O'Dorne's biggest annual draws. The Alligator would rather Phi Delt put on a "fraternal Olympics I can see over 6,000 people packing into the ODome to see frater. ties battle it out in the long-jump and javelin throw. C'mon guys, get real, Rarely can there be a stupid, or "wrong" opinion. But Fridays dart shows that every so often, normally ranonal journalists can transform Into a os brigade espousing editorial silliness. Ed Scales student body pneaidsnt Greek voters won victory for Vision Editor: This letter is in regard to the predictable victory oftheVision pa"I've been in Gainesville now for close to three years and it seems to me that the same thing gets repeated over and over again in these Student Government elections. A low voter turnout results in victory going to the party hat can gain support of Greeks, One can't really blame Vision for utilizing this strategy because it wins elections. I just think that it is unfair that from the very beginning, Juan Vitali and his Today party never had a chance of winning even though they presented a good platforn on issues that concern all students. Whars ironic is that this cycle will probably continue to repeat itself as long as the rest of the student body remains indifferent and allows this to go on. I voted Wednesday, Feb. 14. For those of you that did not, I hope that when the next election rolls around, you will decide to make a difference and put an end to this ridiculous one-party rule at UP. Joseph Alvnart 'LI Violence scares white students too Edito, I share Mr. Willie Robinson', concern that prospective University of Florida students might be deterred by their fears from enrolling heme. Like many social problems. however, fear of violence is not particular to one ract. When a woal is abducted outside her somority house and raped, when a young man is murdered outside his fraternity house, white students also become afraid to come the University of Florida Bent" Pan.'n a-.e-. of jmsaml ATafAlSmNs mh A -I N'-. --. MuENMGUfl

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Players say some athletes skip required By ANTHONY LEDERMAN AlI ftor Writ, r rL [Ih nm ril I ljh itud n allhlele II rnd cli.l hes mlet I cr in edho ,I I iijrnjl 1ris[ntirol to give th-m .1 heler IersiNjr riveo *11 nippt siror Illto stilld nts -although r iot ll tikadvarigtof it All (IFtltIts ire required !(I Ud t(lho iouithly sessions, bul nrrnv ire iahthutr and use Ian I X use nor to atltietl, loolball player NI k Wells said here's so many things you can be extused for." Wells sad "A test the next day, you have to go to the library jut work fil I computer pro gram -almost anything Freshman football player Hoar Fisher sjid "a majonty of the guys will go Mhere's always a few that sireak out Swimie loiny Delist is awartol the monthly n~uidatrory metgs, but he said he hsrit been It .e yet SEIZED CARS, DLA FBI IP4 ,d J, M~< dTh ~~jC, I I 6t 6F2 555 -I '' w's RACQUET TRAINING LOWEST MICES IN TOWN \ III hr F R EIE RESUME CITY *378-6165 educational sessions I fink "I ([ T' iblles ivoidr ,(ris arnd miuir gs 'vtIen ledl r itnIg n i [sev II"i Wells said Tey Just doii o to 1hat stuff Athl L Dirtto: Bill Arnspar &and h's staff, Viho created the program, mnl and rlst ussa van ty ol subjects [he students may want or need to hear about 'We look lor ways for the atb letes to improve or get better" Arnsparger said "t's all part of the educational process "It's a first priority for the play ers, he said Arnsparger said he and his staff try to schedule the presentations for nights with the lightest schedule" for all athletes Since the program began last sprung, student athletes have lis tened to presentations on discipline, smokeless tobacco inter-social workings and drug abuse satd Asnociate Athletic Director Ann Marie lawler 'We feel it's our responsibility to rake them ware and be bet (D with special guests 8:00 p.m. At the Stephot C. O'Connell Cenler Ticket $7U R students, 12$ Genera Pu& Availble University Box Ofilce and all Tickenasterotlets [er Iwler said "II Ihirr b'lsy ,thtdule, they doi' have lhe [oe to find out about these things I Ths onth presentation teatured a panel and audience of sta dent athletes and Coalition Organized Against Rape members who talked about acquaintance rape at UF I awler said the COAR presentaion in the O'Connell Center drew the largest turnout of student athletes she has seen since the program stared COAR is a student group that tries to educate the public about rape prevention Wells said that more students would come to the presentations if they were similar to the rape-prevention presentation. "It worked because both the audience and the panel got involved," Wells said "It was much more active than past presentations "The athletes do haveopinions," Wells said I guarantee once they get there, they will learn. t 392-1653 In cooperation with the Black Student Union and Black History Month Who: Alpha Lambda Delta What: 1st general meeting of 1990 When: Tuesday, February 20, 7:30 pm Where: Little 215 Why: Peer counselors will speak on stress management, Sophomore scholarship info. Officer applications available. -I T New u onum h b a d sn oen 4merha% ti'w r le "s Ibt Ill 111 'l %mLII Lnin Rgutar Rodti Beet Sandiuah be "[ Irdoda seors Lean wrnderandio 11111111 I II ll 0 1111 "i 1 V IIi ImIn outrdebC us 'l o'llht' [Ti AmrIS,0tl Sale good Monday, February 19th toru Friday, February 23rd Not valid with other offers. No add one or subaltutions pleas. Just South of the Underpass on 13th Street. Allergic Date? You l 'nlnd sororuNr fMuil IIthe ( f lions Sactioi 10 lpe ( LstIerd 373-FIND J. -2 4. S(F A nrb is I illaealiaL

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MONDAY, f l BRIJARY it9 1). AI1GATUR, II r PRINTER SALE! 1 PANASONIC 1124 ..s 349v" PANASONIC 1191. .s249" E PANASONIC 1180 _. .'1. 99" AMIGA, ATARI, COMMODORE IN IBM COMPATIBLES [l e [Eputer E0flECtiflf] 2 W W 7 5 t h S r e e t S u te. CAt. C! Gainesville, F L 32-7 -, I Tower Plain (9104) 332-5209 t I[IiNi Officials give cold, hard facts: Deadly drug 'Ice' By PATRICIA LEE Alligator Writer With winter almost over. warnings about see may not be common -or even seem important But experts say a new form of ice, a variety of speed that is the latest trend in the illegal drug market, is posing new and serious threats to young people across the country Though it has not yet reached Florida, drug enforcement agents and substance-abuse counselors are worried it may arrive soon -and they fear the latest twist in the never-ending human curiosity for new drugs may be especially popular with the college crowd "It hasn't been out very long, but it may already be due here. I'm expecting to see it any day," said Danny Warren, counselor for Gainesvilles Corner Drug Store, which treats people with alcohol and drug addiction problems. And if the drug is making its way here, officials say. that is nothing but bad news. "It is highly addictive," Warren said. "Because not much is known about it, it could affect everyone differently, but from cases in other areas, we already know the side effects can be very serious Ice is wa smokable form of metamphetamine. like crack is a smokable form of cocaine," Warren said Ice gets its name from disappearance, which has been described as resembling ice shavings or small pieces of rock salt. Oldervarieties ofIce, which surfaced in Gainesville about five years ago, look more like powder cocaine, said Gainesville police spokeswoman L. Sadie on the way )arnell lhe new drug is burned inside a pipe amd enters the body through the lungs to givc the user in immnediale high Iough the drug and the niethods for using it may sound similar to crack co aine, it is different and the side effects could be more danger ous, officials say "It's the purty of it rather than the difference that makes it scary," said Mary lou Dosoluff of the American Council for Drug Education im Washington, D C. "It isvery strong and the high could last as much as 24 hours." Ice gives the user a sense of euphoria -and like other "uppers," the drug makes users feel more tense and powerful and triggershyperactivity Frequent use or large doses may be fatal "Certain individuals will have heart troubles, strokes or difficulty breathing," Warren said "'This kind of drug, if used repeatedly, could also bring out a latent psychosis A person who uses it for two or three daysin arowcould have a nervous breakdown." Some people may be more heavily affected, he said If the person becomes out of control, holding him or her down may be as difficult as trying to control someone on PCP, or "angel dust." a drug that gives the user incredible physical strength But aside from the way it could affect people emotionally and physically. a major concern about Ice is how rapidly it could spread Because all the chemicals to make the drug are found in the United States, there is no need to import anything, said Randy Muchmser, alocal Drug Enforcement Adniinmstratior see Drug, page 13 Bockjmve Hours: &m to 6pr Monday tlotugh Friday Some engineers don't drive trains. -__3 -2sa TairkedoftelatSmtruleMainashpgxuhithFEngmueing Fr. Farinrkn n rdo gthpuse dMarin&pn or tn Can" %smpV &ootm eer %ieDk at 3219, wmi 09 no.mA-aaita. a -ss 'Apple Computer, Inc. 0 (a

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OLIVER from page 5 1 don't know it they (admmnistraors) should have been more aware Of those problemsor not, but jll [ know i hIt they were a aware of them." she said "Once they became aware of them, they ciure right out there and started trying to work with us [11) is a prime example if that I feel tharu Cho-i Stevens and Mot Vanres took a very big tcap in trying to solve Ilhese problems 'IThey really liden" Oliver wants her successor to help BSU become stronger, while actively involving the organization with others 'We've lost some amount of re spect," Oliver said "The image was dampered because of the debt Since the image is now built up, it's time for BSUI to become the strong voice that it needs to become." RAINHOLD from page 5 will never bea part of black society because I am white," Ranhold said "My main motivalins are to help the people I care about and this is a particular area where adlon and assistance was needed As the Gator chapter NAACP president, Rainhold said he doesn't want his position to cause negative reactions among blacks There'sa real fine line between contribution and interference, and with everything that I do, I have to make sure that it seems like a contribution," Rainhold said here might be a perception that blacks aren't doing enough for ourselves, that we have to have some white person do it for us," he said One of Rainhold's most pressing concernsas president, he said. will be dealing with the much-op. posed "white student union," whi h is trying to become an official student group students who condone the white rights group are gnoi ant of racial problems and Affirmative Action laws, Rainhold said "Many people don't understand Affirmative Action," Ramhold said "Because of that ignorance, the WSU has gotten a lot of pubicity lhe NAACP, which now has 51 members, was chartered at UF in 1977 and educates students about racial issues on campus. former president Althea King said She said Rainhold has proven to the group he can do the job. 'Karl being president is no different then anyone else being president.' she said 'Karl was one of the main forces behind the chapters continuation I feel that because of him, the chapter is going to continue to grow." Members of HONR SOIT FREE F00DQ& DRINKS Tues., February 20th at Rocky Roccasco NEXT TO ECKERDS at6:00 psri SRemEmEgbfr you Must RSVP at 39&-9188 VISA OR MASTERCARDI Even it bankrupt or bad credit' We Guarantee you a card or double your money back Call 1 -805-62 7555 EXT M 1202 call 7 days a week) PARADISE ART & IMPORTS L I Lth.I 11 ,1,1 V. r* I ,hrv hrs SMut *And muh mon HEEL/SEW Now C"opIn She Iai, An C imov Aftrior We Rpus sois and HO*ls Most Aiahus Wji YaM Wait Po.r Sale. Liei Qtiaranie. SECOND MIN OF LACYS LW?!S lw,n yo hr vn e li I done i.11 pinw No vaIid w -10t Sy o0iy nier O0ls M6i In 1052 NI't I Lilluy lunacyv" a PHI TAU congratulate brothers, Michael Browne -President of Student Body 1990 Brian Guenther -Producer of Gator Growl 1990 Jason Rosenberg -Producer of Celebration 1990 -UF Outstanding Male Graduate Spring 1990 Also .#1 Overall Campus GPA CFKT. .A Tradition of Leadership 35% to 50% OFF E V E R Y T H I N G I RODERICK'S Established 1978 Classic Clothing for the Young Proressional Creekside Mall 3501 SW 2nd Ave Open Mon-irl 0-6 Sat 10-5 3774)902 Alterations Extra All Sales Final The Gentlemen of KAPPA It \L1(lGA ll. MONI)AY MBI I13?1k\ it Ilon

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16, A NI)R, MONDAY [ BR I Y I 1Y n UTILITIES from page 12 fical budget The county has un Ian I to reimburse the city "Iisagreement will remove the fear that streetlights will be turned off," Radson said "T is a permanent solution and remains in place until one decides to break it The county adopted the plan 24 hours after the city approved it Special-interest lobbying by the Makes Sense Citizens Committee and fears of confusing this issue with the March 13 sales tax refer enduMn motivated both commis ion into a quick resolution It (the street light issue) was Lunch at llan's Cabana u712 W no Ave This Week's Super Special I 10 Chicken Wings Small Drink I Plus 20 other lunch specials from $1 95 I call ahead for fast takeout L ---375 696 -taking attention away from it," Mayor-Cofomm us1oner Cynthia Chestnut said, referring to the sales tax referen d in "We all need to get the sales tax passed This will free up time and effort County spokesman Steve Rus sell said a majonty of the county commissioners thought "this was the best compromise we could come up with to settle the street lights and fire hydrants issue "Some people fell the bickering between the city and county was having a negative impact on the sales tax," he said Because of the surcharge GRU collects from customers who live in the urban fringe, Russell said Alahua County believed its bill was paid But Bob Moye, GRU assistant general manager, said GRIU only bills mner-city residents a utility lax Customers outside city limits pay a surcharge for the same amount He said the utility tax is revenue for Gainesville But the surcharge is "revenue to the utility, plain and simple Gainesville must now find a way to pay for the additional cost of supplying service to the outlying areas, Moye said. "Ignoring this street light bill, we havea3 percent increase scheduled in October" Fifteenth Annual U.N.O. -UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA SUMMER SCHOOL IN THE ALPS JULY 1 -Aug. 11, 1990 The 1990 summer session will offer 9 hours credit in a 6-week session with a choice of 65 courses taught at a magnificent 300-yearold university in the Olympic city of Innsbruck, Austria. The program includes modem accommodations In a double or single room, hall board, fees, tuition and field trips for $2,495 00 GEORGE MCGOVERN, former U.S. Senator and U S presidential candidate, will be the distinguished visiting professor and Supreme Court Justice WILLIAM BRENNAN will also be a guest lecturer. OFFICE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 168 GRINTER HALL, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA GAINESVILLE, FL 32611 392-4904 lack History SPOTLIGHT In 1955. in Montgomery Alabmrna, Rosa Parks, a brave African-American woman, refused to suirender her seat on a bus to a white man and was arrested. As a result of her arrest. Dr. Martin Luther King called for an AfricanAmerican bus boycott which sparked the Civil Rights Movement. Julia Wilson Black History Month History Spontlight Director Advertising run as a autoi service of the ovreaed~t Honda Alegiw .;A sill *APPLY NOW as only a few places remain Your basic, quasi-fashion, funky, fun, crazy, zany, natural fiber sportswear and assorted goodies store for men and women. 1025 W. University 336-7025 a unique opportunity for -Health Professionals For you and the world itself. As a Peace Corps volunteer, you can put your degree towork at achallengingdemandingand unique opportunity. You'll be meeting new people, learning a new language, experiencing a new culture and gaining a whole new outlook. And while your building your future, you'll help people in developing countries through a wide variety of health related assignments. These include general health/nutrition education or extension such as well-baby clinics. community hygiene or school garden projects, physical and occupational therapy or medical/labor.tory technology, all of which are critical for meeting the countries' health care improve. ment needs. The financial rewards may not be great, but ass Peace Corpsvolunteer, your opportunity for growth Is certain. For Information and/sr an applIcation calls (904) 392-1845 lligator .vertising

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7ALL NEW. 2701 S W. 13th St. Gainesville. FL 32608 377-2220 T -' APAR The New Owners of the Bicycle Club would like to offer you Up to $610 )iscounts & $210 oif each of thSummer months a Special Summer Rates Jwcuzzt & Jr Olympic Pool + Security a 2 racquetball/2 tennis courts a Customer Servie Guaranteed Biac onh Feb. 19 Forum: "Presenrvaton of Drug wars (Tonsoal by Phi Beta Sign)a CSE 121 7:00 p.m. the Black Mail" io iack Sladant Union is Fuidad by Studeoi Goivmt Advaeing rn ass pube ess by Thi adanandeir FldrdsAi gaINO PC Lab, 17 i LASER PRINTING -no limit -no wall many typestyles .voMhie discounts Ui 372-6500 MONDAY. FEBRUARY 1q, logo MLIGTUR. 17 N "a NN~~~~~~~ I TA iIsPIIs TAN NAKED "" C(NFI F VEGANISM from page 3 made with tonu Fields and Chiosc prepared more than seven different recipes that mimicked popular dishes and ended the class with tofu chocolate cake and "sunny milk," made from honey, sunflower seeds and water Chioco said he became a vegan 13 years ago, after looking into how animals were raised for the food market "I knew about the animals but I didn't know how had it was, Chiomo said, adding that the traditional idea of farm animals is grossly outdated Chioeo said that modem farm animals are kept in cages that don't allow them room to move and are infected with hormones to make them fat Fields said he became a vegan for ethical and spiritual reasons. But after studying how meat affects the body, he found that meat was unhealthy because it promoted circulation difficulties and heart failure. "You know biologically you are not supposed to eat meat. What is the argument for killing?" Fields asked. According to veganism, the human digestive system is not onnivorous, but more similar to her hivores such as cows. Humans don't have true canine teeth to bite through hide and flesh, their small intestine is shorter than that of carnivores and the human stomach has low acidity -like a cow's. But Animal Science Professor Roger West said humans and cows MYERS UERVICGNIER GM Mid Flit". Minor Ton" UpS 4-cylinder 324.16 I 6-cylnder 528.74 I (some model, slightly more I WE NOW SELL TIRES N.I Ism I 376.47M 2 sn of71W' REPOSSESSED VA &HUD HOMES aoaIabn rom 0onemmunl 1rm 1 without citdri cec t1 rYpa'r Also Is, dnliniufni Offoours Cal 1 805 6O2 7sss ET H 2004 10 or 1 o i0L.ir. (caii 7 days a w.k History can't be compared because a cow has a speciaized organ -called a cummi -which helps to extract otherwise unavailable carbohydrates from the grass that they eat "if you eat grass, it just goes straight through you," West suid. "You wont get any nutrients out of it A human is more like a pig as farasnu ritns concerned "West said wild pigs are omnivorous, eat ing both plants .d(] animals West said some important amino acids -such as methiorne -aren't f nd in plants and are easily absorbed through eating meat Iiese amino acids also may be difficult to supplement with vitamins "If you just take iron pills, you may be taking a lot of iron but it won't be absorbed, whereas the iron from meat is easily absorbed, West said Certain nutnents, such as iron, need to be accompanied by other nutrients to allow absorption by the body Sarah Gergel, president of Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, disagrees She says she has been a vegan for two and a half years without vitamin supplements or medical problems "I feel a lot more active' Gergel said "If anyone feels they need vitamins, they should eat the foods that go with it Meanwhile, although he says it gets expensive, Chioeo will be traveling from city to city to try to persuade people to convert to veganism. "It I can do this for years, it would be great," he said.

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1t AIJGATOR, MIONIEA I I F3Rl'AHY FI rl) BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. 373-FIND F] Iligator Classifie FOR RENT: 1 FURNISHED WINDMFAt)OWs 1 bdr urn nubler nea ucol 33 58 rio ra 2 205 1 A F-ORDAR E I i a. 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W'NOM"'W AIM APIF 1A 1 0on0 Poo [tr r % L inriy I wo ilr ***a3 Poni WJil I IAMSLJRC APS AVAIl ALI E NOW' I / IF 4 3 Hrs Fool Liandiy B'oc 10 P Shands 2000 SW '6 Sr *** '91 MOUNT VLRNON ArQS ?& 2 bedrooms 'lI dry Cosr '0 UF'Siands t3/ SW Arc.e Rn *** 312 5389 2 2e '02/ MOUEE F OWNHOUSF 2 11 UF NW 3rd Ave 2ar 1 2 bd rr a adrihwasfer $365 A dep & CUT -0 3 910 2 223 2 BlP IA IT unt evi ade summer .osr orgn r Fireplace ac d'shwshr IS10 Ca Sn oe DeE 335 OF'3 2 23 5 MOBILE HOMES: 3 FOR RENT/SALE Star I xE Morrl none for sale rent I'0 Fled I GiAr'esite Call 462 4292 ? 2t1 S 3 2XI0 '311 In, Wasrer Dryer New Car a. II'' Im i %rrpr o' W for Leat Laos $ 1 SO 8 in>) or I 28F3 00 'F r an ' 3 SUBLEASE: 4 HOUSE/APT. Oxford Marnor bdr/2 a Save $, Call now 336 1781 L v message 2 23 10 4 Seriously CHEAP Rerlt Sublet 1bd in 3bd/2bE apt $157 & 1/3 close toUF SFCC We smoke, have POTS Call 37 7 2435 2 19 5 4 2id/ I be until Aug 90 renewable S330mo & uIF Feb oont pd now avail Oak Glade Apts close to UF 372 6422 *4 day 10 Spm 2 19 5 4 Sun Bay (712 SW 16 Ave 313) spacious nf lbr/I be new carpel. 2 pools until8/90 Available now Feb free $280/mo Call 392 9306 2 20 5 4 CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL Nice 2d/2ba apt Camelot unfurn Fireplace, barbe que, pool view $SS0;mo 373 4696 any "rme 3 1 10 4 Sublet 2bdr apt until Apr 90 $300/mo & utir Feb Free Now available Homestead Apr 3923850 or 335 5493 afler 60m 3 1 9 4 5 ROOMMATES BRANDYWINE FURNISHED ?Tdriibia. Jacuzzi, sauna, wt room, huge pool 1/2 al to UF $230/mo for own room & 1,2 cable & uti 372 2857, Denis 2 28 20 5 Crad student looking lor quiet. neat F/ns roommate to share 2bdr/2ba Lakewood api Call 335-3780 avaIl March 4 2 19 5 5 Nonsmf r/f to share 20d bh aptwalkig disianceo 1UF S 3110morilh 1/3 utilities Call 376 1263 for details 2-20-5 5 Roommate Wanted to share 3br/21a Codo in Sparrow on Tower Road 51 75drmo & N3 pil Cal Droe at 332 8436 leave owa~nge 2-205-5 Arai Now' Ibdr in 3bdr ASt has micro bar and huge TV Near Ca $187 se0ma a 1/3 until 335 5441 2 RES4 5 Need A flmml Avil NowI F NS Own How full ba washer dryer Oxford Manor Rent Nad Call 377 1034 2 21 S 5 ROOMMATES W .imsor Vii',ge CN rirrse 6 0 lease n k from Sfar'dst F s I rIo share20r '0 b*nPI '. ,irea 165 1 2atil close 'I I Os prefer malre parsc F ir lhgs 2 21 5 5 S S O0nI $240/mo 336 4251 'or in use n qu'i to UF Ijd n 378 56/ M or PC loan, nonsmoking student needed 'or own me in 4bd3ba house move in now 0o a4 Mar 1 $140 per mo 37 50sec 336 3925 2 19 3 5 Fermale***** Semi cool Semi quid person old house downtown own br gotta like animals S125/mth March to ? Laora 373.4495 2225-5 Nroed health conscious NS F roommate fo Fal'90 and pref Sun B, want to I0k for otdr'2ba urn apt Cali 395 8109 Now' 2 ? 3 s G' Eduale student needs roommate to share lancy SW 2bdr apt near UF quiet $ ITSA 1211 i' 373 8310 220-35 Room 'or rent In a gad 2bth house 0 1T COZY Fap ace' PEES any s Cc OR $1 i5 mra & F Sign lease not poured CiIi 315 7978 2 23 5 S F N S Pref cheap rersi r09 share ui, 9 pools etc Bellamy Foge own room pr' Lrcy quiet Bil 373 8814 2 20 2 5 6 FOR SALE BRANO NAME COMPUTERS As low as 25/mo no $ down F PEE Catalogue over 50 000 customers 1 800 B25 7283 2 19 30Alpine Kenwood Sony and 30 more brands are all at our New Location' Car Shetwo Specialists 3215 NW 13 S1 372 2070 4 30-75 6 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS IS the old. et, best and lowest priced Car Slereo Store In town 372-2070, 2201 NW 13 91 4 30-756 Rockford. Fosgat., Yamaha, Pioneer, InfnIly. Kicker, Code Alarm The Beat Car Stert Install.rs In town Car Stereo 1o Go 375-1834 4 30 75 6 RUGS AND CARPETS Affordable rem lanis for your dorm or apartment We du liver' Rays Ruge 535 SW 411 Ave 377 5285 6 blacks E of campus 2 23 13 8 CAR ALARMS anstalled remote cOntrOl any car truck or van fully guaranteed will demo Call 336 9193 student Iv message 2 20 34 S COMPUTER Packard Bell 286 12mhz 40mb hard drive. 5 25 1 2 floppy. 3 51 44 lopy I Ob ram Edga h res color motor lyr *arr 4 mThs on-sile, $1849, call 335 1300 2 20-14 8 Car Alarms, Autepage, Chopman Hom and Car Stereo Pioneer, Sanaoul, Sher wood, and more We Bat All Prcesi 373-3754, 4 30-69-6 MICRO CENTER/ Computers 376 1146 Editor.a choice Compuadiod Northgato H P Price same or lower than mail order Systems below include lb, 40mb (2Ers}, graphics momieor, MC 256/12$1195, Packard BEl $1295 MC 3lix $1405, Northgat. 386/20 $2309 PB 286 laptop wE hd A battery liW CompuAdd 610 wI 20mb A graph tce monitor -$970 1 3 year warranties Orstle warranties Panasonic 1180 printer $105. HPLaeer Jeillp -$1049 4110SW 34t1 St 308W Univ Ave 4 30-85-6 Alpha Byte Computers 2S6. Imb ram 30mb hard, floppy. mono, dos. warranty $1270. similar 386$9 $1425 t ISWO 495 3059 2 1-l o I Classifications 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 i 18 17 18 19 20 For RentFurnished ForRentUnfurnished Mobile Homes For Rent/Sale Sublease House/Apt Roommates For Sale Real estate Motorcycles Autos Wanted Service Typing Services Help Wanted Business Personals Personals Connections Notices Rides Pets Lost & Found J When will your ad run? Classifieds will began TWO DAYS after they are placed Ads mailed in or placed at the Union or Shands ray take THREE days to appear Ads may run for any length o time and be cancelled at any time Sorry, but here can be no reFOR SALE Bikes More, Inc Large selection of used bikes $55 A up w/warranty Kryptolok$lt9g2133NW1hS1i 3738574 2-22 10 6 Computer, Perfect for Student laM corn pat, 30MB hard drive two froppy drives (1 44 & 360 mouse, modem, software complete SystemP $900 Must seel Call Kevin 336-St59 2 19 5 8 Microsoft BUS mouse new W/ Panteusl $79, IBM PS/2 mouse $30, Meansire s Ads game best EGA/VGA graphics and sound $30 **Joe 373-4782 ewe ** 2 19 5.a WATERBED super single with heaer and headboard Only $100 Call 378 9218 Please leave message 2-19 5 6 KOKOMAMA Imports from Africa Beauty supplies Mention this ad and get 20% off select clothing Good thru Feb 615 W Univ 336 9397 2-238 Ticket For Sale I way to Seattle Mach I Call 336-0672 2 2 10 6 Lean machine, complete exercise system in your home, $300, cicel cond 4882785 call before 9pm 2 23 6-6 Electric Gitar Peavey Patriot Mini Condition Hard Case Digital Tuner Cables $250 373-5715 2 22 5 6 APARTMENT SIZE DRYER 110 VOLT S05 375-2731 2-22-5 [-i How to place a classified ad: In Person Cash crec SC on VISA Ire AiliqaO Otfice II O W Un'versiy Ave M F Sam 4 pm Main Bookstore Poe Cscome, Service Desk M Firm 430prm Peltz union Cashier s Office M F 8 am 9 om Sat noon 9 pm Sun nmon S on Med'cal BOoksiore Shards M F Sam 430 pm By Mai Use lorms appearig weekly n the Aigato, Sorry no cash by mai MC VISA or Chales only By Phone 373-FIND: Pamert by VISA or Mastercard ONLY F'vedollar minimum M F 8 30 4 pm I How to correct or cancel your ad: Cancellations: Ca 1373 FINDMon Fr 8 4 pm No reunda can be given Alligator errors Cric your .o 'he F-IFH t day r n; Ci 3/3 FIND w n fry Corc norns be me lon THF At ICATO S ONLY IFISF'ONSRII FOR F14 FIRST DAY THiAD PUNS INCORRECILY Cor oC ed ads ill be e1enrded one day N) q'unds or credits can be giver ater pc rg re ad Changes called 'I after Ihe i rsT day will not de compensated Customer .rror or changesCorrect'ons must be made in person at The Alligator ofce BEFORE NOON There wll -w a 52 GO correction Ie" FOR SALE Matching couch & lovessal $05 Recliner $40 Waterbed rails $15 Yamaha Key board $140 Lotus elect gunstr00 336 8954 2 20 4 6 TELEVISION 25Zenith color cons Old bui works well $60 Steve 336 0297 2 19-1 6 Diamond engagement ring ExcellenI di mond 33k $450 080 336 9804 leave message Have receipt and papers 2 23 5 6 Ladies 12 speed bike For sale Hunter Brand ExcetlenI condition Call 373 0017 LIKE NEW 2 217 REAL ESTATE PRIME UP LOCATION 1 room house CH/AC Good candlitoni Ranged In. vestmerI/traterni y'ethor 3130.000 376-5652 owner 3-7-42.7 TOWNHOUSE -48R/2 )/2 BA Cal in kitchen. pool tennis, wash., dryer, For *it of Unicorn NW area, easy financing 374-5401 3 1 21 7 REAL ESTATE LICENSE Sat classes start 2 24 $175 Appraiser-staR. certified 2-27 90 The Florida Center 371-2707 2-22-10 7 For sale-Time share condominium Iacated at Daylone beach, FIL at Sunise beach club, 1212 N Atlanlic Ave, unit II 17th week elnpay, Call 376-U7, 2 23 6-7 S A

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AC, AM-FM radio excel: condition 12850 Tel 336 3961 1982 TOYOTA SRS cond new 31Tires must see wll sell for Mike 378 1976 222 4X4 pickup excel psgpbftr stereo a firm $2500 Cal 59 AUTOS JLFP CJ5 on 4wd a /1 W th low 'ig mdpogs rol be, and %oil 10pnoT od) -verythirg works $949 Bo 33e 091 C A B 8 U Y -P S I gradudlrd tropr, Florida in 84 Now [ own my own Com. parry I oll reveal to you what car dOair desperately dr want you to 4rnov pbori buying a car For tnio srile to Consumer Auto Consullants'Auo Buyers Clab 01 Florida,2215 SE 14th Ave Su',C Sr Ocala FL 32691 2 21 5 9 2 POrsche 914 new Paint recent now engine ammpas, needs clutcr $2000 Call 377 5535 1, message 2 22 5 9 1902 Honda Accord 4dr Sspd 84500mi A good car for Ihe money $2200 obo A I offers considered please call 395 9633 10 WANTED Local Arest needs GOLD Gems Class Rings ETC Top 5 or trade oes s Fine Jewelry 3/3 9243 4 30 75 10 We buy Cruiser Bikes akes & More, Inc 2133 NW SIr Si 373 6574 Gavor Cycle 3321 Archer Rd 373 3962 Buy*Sell*T rade*Rent 2 22 10 '0 Disabled person would like to rniolease poSSibly buy a Lsed Macintosh Com purer Please call Don 372 9838 Leave message 2 19 S 70 Wanted -elmare to drive ldo'Iy woman to Grocery Store Dr Apponriments eti Call 335 2739 or 371 4744 2 21 5 10 Energetic articulate srucant for C'l dae 2 4 days per ok ? 30pm into evenings NONSMOKER own car with seatbelts Must be available surrn'er $3 75hr 3/> DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe ACROSS I Culture medium 5 Actress Rowlands 9 El Prado favonte 13 Stable staple 14 Branch angle 15 Fred's sister 17 Actress Sten 1t Grabber's cry 19 Latin bet 20 Fairy-tale intruder 23 Singer s syllables 24 "A Chorus Line' song 25 Oxygenbreathing orgahren 27 Hire 31 Opeing 33 Standards 34 Throw. 35 Scottish resort 38 Music halIs 39 Heavenly fare 40 Mickey and Minnie 41 Beginning 42 Galene and bausIt.l 43 Yankee #8 44 Beggar, for exanmpes 46 Beam 47 In 49 Former acorn 50 The Grande, for on. 51 'Teach to his classmat.? 57 Island off Venezuela 59 Moby Dick. hunter SO On.insidd win 62 Hae, IM a fable 63 Ready 64 Step's positon 65 Onlon's kin 6 Gron's Mbdy 67 HWb. rd hIwy purchase DOMI 2 Bunch 3 Florence a river 4 Tangible 5 Saucylass 6 Outcast 7 Spanish lad S A Waugh 9 Shot the breeze 10 Seraglio 11 Goldfinch 12 1942 Preakress winner is Comfort 21 Pull and isomondor 22 Roos mother 26 Tenant of a type 27 Adam s grandson 26 Stem pint 29 Gardener's bailiwick 30 Spanish king 1870-73 31 Lloyd or Paul of baseball 32 Traveler's rests rr r rti ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: AR OT MAIP IIAIR N A 69y P A/99 2 EU -I-IDimlIsAmeI.'B.' 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Gymnasts earn upset, give Georgia an upset feeling By GREGG DOYE r I I 1 1 L ds' 1 I' I IT I I 1 ii S L .Li '' K II I IIit' Lr I I Ie 'A I I' I I III ,| d [ I 111 1 jI Iot I[ L I I I I s I [ i 1 1 1 I t 'Ii It 111[ T V i ItiI Il 11 il sta i e t 1y iit l h\ 1 1 I I 1 / fl illlll' /,Ji'I 1 ]1 11V I' I Lnuit (Ill I pu d L V\ It I b llig )119t (n jiia (i d~( U s'iI Witr '.l(~ il rl sIdl toeAlow ho r ot I s ir hold It 11 VLIu gel a 188 NoI Lr Ii o V 1, of P h )IIp t sh l Id go it every Alhre IV'e don t ,I Tre huiller at \ ''t' 0V ft PTu IIm[ [I if (sI res (10 1111)0 ] r six vtdr, it I iLl\% FilIiotks ore o N I L I o N o I o I \ LI' I I' I I L I I 1 4 t Ia I 1 41 % [ I I I Ikeal rout lit 'i d 1 ~ ~ ~ ~ b s 4 I1I. Ir Iu I I L I .r I I I I Is '41 n1 o s L| [\ i I t 1 s ,1 T I I 1 1\ 1 111 1 1r it 7 1', g r n e r 'g i t L, I I' rs le t I| .l i u l\ o s[ 11 ap 1 tmIg I I 1r 1 1 uilT 1 I Ih (w\ ith I, t I 1 1.1 1 I rnetst Ine V, eavolr had I( 11l 1I I| i 11 .1 w ii l I t:L )( LI s I lii (' I .L ,Ip I 't 'it I 5,Is I i it' '! cr 'II hle W ri lI I 'l'ill Vq'Wri~lt o I I ll'[( s %o L', \ I I II .n I TIn I Iso 1( eTiocT so 1 1 1s 1 11(j tr m [T11111 1 k I W' l I r I), I' it I ads below [lhe bt I get I I1g n 'h 1 u e 1 111tII tN 14ot es aIIer t V Ir' I I I I is V AL Ill I % o f to [Ili or aT j V L l I '4 o 1 l t lu r gOnllg g' I msnhl told iy di %I I Ioody F LrtAc i it rtll .11I L l if I ilcic oci (Ill ~o c ,h lLI lIe 1i, mVdicly, Ion ''}js'(Iohdc lioimg V, (Iorgiaresh (an 1helhtr sp o "n (li A: al d will '8 I1 Wnightwas Nti itnd it j(J, just iullpLI g ti's \Ilissa Kuli.'r, W o tIUrnetI in a i career best 01) o t he beanm o her way to 37 h5, also a career-high 5U IIt tLAJ -ALLIwilUK UF gymnastics coach Ernestine Weaver cheers for her squad during Friday night's meet in the O'Connell Center. The Gators scored 188.70 points, beating Georgia by .05 points. Women's golf team easily wins own tournament By JEFF MORIARTY A gator Writer \ i fi r of the nation's top 10 v I:Iorf[eamsconing oplav I wit.id It tIle Ldv taoIr 10o' o [cah I ',womTenr1'IP teaml took 9 mlI. 1 ,14 matel the fleld \ hr o i I e t-icm title and tmgrnhig the-ti id tlordaid ourth-platr I d' 1a ranked ( I tea of IL.r, Brt,'. M \IcVt'ra[os, I .a \tdobo, I sm Ha kney and lulie -slt'r broke to the rop go aH pat k of 2 eadIls, Wlionmg the threeday lournit Sunday at the University Golt Course by finshog with a total o: MI) Ihe nearest ,ompetodon was So 7 Oklahoma Stale (908), No 6 Auburn (922). southern Methodist (93b) and No 5 1usa (938) No 4 (alorgia finished seveth Oklahomna State's Mari e McC adre won the jid vidliI medda]s, title with a 3 over par 219, but right behind Nl;ure were three Ill piversBrown (221), Virueratos (221) and Nedoba (225) Brown said the learn was overdue for a victory because. despite playing well this Seas,, it had lot won a tournarmeit 'It fell really good to finally Win a tournament," Brown said "We had a team goal btelore we played and we iet it Everyone is really happy 'I ( oal I Mmi hvan said she is "It felt really good to finally win a tournament. We had a team goal before we played and we met it. Everyone isrell happy."t -Laura Brown UF golfer happy tile team finally won a tour aueit and said le team's losses this Neaso n helped them "I think it was a really well deserved victory for them," Ryan said 'We have had moments of brilliance at some of the tourna ment we have played in, and some have been moments you really didn't want to remember. But I think they have learned a great deal from those tough times, and they were able to go out there today and really keep grinding on the things they had to do Brown started Sunday's final round tied for fifth, but birdied five holes on the back nine to shoot a I-under-par 69 to finish in second place The score was the lowest in women s competition since changes were made on the course in 1988 Brown said her attitude Sunday helped Today woke up really relaxed, came out here and stayed relaxed the whole round," Brown said UFs Vinieratos, who finished third individually, played well Sat urday by shooting a 2-under-par 70, but said things were not going well for her Sunday A pretty much struggled throughout the day," Vineratos said fI felt I had troubles lining tip, and becauseof that I didn't feel real confident" Ryan said earlier in the season that Nedoba, who finished fourth, was having problems with the mental part ofher game. Ryan said Nedoba now is beginning to con centrate much better After a recent 5point loss to Georgia, I F edged the Bulldogs Friday. I r L r 3 I'llit lit I I' V

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SPORTS Gators bully Bulls, By ALEX MARVEZ Alligator Writer Just as the UF baseballteamr (on-inted its normal performance pattern in irte-game series this weekend agamst South Florida, the team's heroes once again changed John Burke. Mike Moberg and lodd McCray were the key players who helped the Gators rebound from .3-2 loss Friday night in Tampa and post a 2-1 victory Saturday in St Petersburg and a 6-2 triumph Sunday at Perry Field. UF. 6-3 and ranked 17th in the Colleg'ate Baseball/ESPN poll, also has list the opening contests of threegame series against Western Carolina and Georgia Southern this year before winning the final two games 'This is the third weekend in a row [hat we've bounced back afteran openIng game lossand won two outof three against a pretty good ball club," UF coach Joe Arnold said "Tbis is a ranked team, and it's going to mean a great deal to us a little bit later on Burke, who was moved from the top [polt in the rotation, allowed only three hits and struck out 13 batters in his first complete collegiate game Sunday before 2,1 ilis a' erry I it "I tink hI 4 burke) erTine thing 'rum his lir,[ two sl[I Is ion In hI, phil lit N:1 1 trying I much and ryig Io sinkpeople out, nd relymTig On his a little mort-I' ArnOld sid Burke (2 1) stru k oit eah in the Bull ineup a least 0 became the first Gators ptihe 13 bauters sire Johnny WXggs May against Vanderbilt "I kept my intensity all thro game I ust didn't Ishow it" sald a freshman nght-hander from wood, Cco "I tried to stay c really concentrate on the h didn't let out any frustration Moberg, %ho was listed asq able for the South Flonda sen last week because of a sprat ankle, had a big weekend at I and in nght field With the Gators clinging t lead with one out in the seventh in Saturday's game, Moberg th Joey I is at the plate when tempted t score from third b In Sunday's game, Mober 3-for-3 with a double and two "It was a pleasure to wat (Moberg) come back," Arinm win 2 of 3 d He go[ I h i rs hi I Ii t, ir ( atlur I oniio day) nd.i yOU .II n it On I irs Wte it' -lloa list lights up o do im Mt (ray earned hiseuiid sv ol I lot of the year Saturday i reel of Brint deLense Stuart (2-0) McCray ptthed 2 1/i innings and worked his way out of a Ssarcier bases-loaded, ninth-inning jarn by nce and stkrig out his cousin, Kevin, to end r to otw the game did last UF scored three of its runs Sunday in the second inning Billy Minis led ugh the off by tnpling off the wall in left-center I Burke, Jim Bell then advanced to first base Engleafter getting with a pitch by Bulls alm and starter Whitney Flored i1 1) ters I A single by Ricky Britton, his irst collegiate hit, drove in Monnis and uestionmoved Bell to second A sacrifice bunt es early by Gregg Castaldo advanced both runned left ners, Dave Majeski's ground out he plate knocked i Bell and advanced Britton to third Moberg then singled to right o a 2 1 field, scoring Britton h inning U If the shoe fits .Moberg was rew out able to play in this weekends series he atthanks to a special hightop cleat t ase protect his left ankle Rut he almost g went didn't Ihe special shoe didn't arrive RBI until 15 minutes before ganeut o--ri ch hini day, and Moberg went onto the field Id said with it on, never having worn it before REGGIE G&ANT -ALLIGAOR Billy MinnIs (left) and Jim Bell (right) congratulate pitcher John Burke (contae) on his three-tit complete game Sunday, lifting UF to a 6-2 victory over USF. UF tennis team earns emotional win over MSU By GUERRY SMITH Allig t or Writer In In ermnotnal dual teams celt thtt spdied wo days and was It lietd untl tie third set of he Im2 doubles match, l'oo 1 rrir1tga .irmd IrIt e lalddad led IheII I uensia, it. a -viL tdor, gis flrd ranked MNissippi iate With the wmo inl their [ib NoleL~ Li out IIIer Il unee t mlauch, [lie (orso (3I) equotled ]oeir coicinte ILtory total Iro, lasi year and provt( they cit beat ranked toms Rain stopped play saturday at the \arsit) Courts with the score tied at 4 and IT's Ni 3 doibles [tai of Finnegan and fladdad one set ahead li MSINP KevIN Chase and Max Koep1 [Th' BliIdogs duo had ]List broken serve lor a 5advantage i Ite stiltnd set When the malt h resumed Sunday, ( hase and hoop held serve to forte a third set, bi, iht t I edii giuonI tociirol quickly I lit Lapitdla/(-d Ioi iwo Koep dotible atilis to break the Btilldogs t wNrvit gmie, II iai' theNl ldlad 'urvived a break poini igmst h sIr' to give the Gaui 5 1i i 1 od Alter both weams held seVIetLwNI I VJ111 wlso l lu away troiin vtIIOn In the nexl gaie, IaddlaL rri'ed .1 service return fown the Ili' to set lit) T71i11( 1it 'Ahen Clise v',lLyedi 1ut1o Il net, I J. its tellILV SEC will '"It Ro g l e st0 b 11h L t LredL L hi4)%t :,i t, f'ale Iscoalt 111Lill l ellhigO "Ifid 'IlI it tI I rl 1 [1 IL 11 0oju l beat a goudr IIi no', itit bi iho I it aII I tat II, I'm very proud it i t ano II nngad iw%-re r pnribIIIl t fr Hire' L te (;It rs ve wins lintIigai I Lt I-r m I ),o I ot so) -I sgles and Haddad wALs disicainig u11 R,, fi-, 4-hat No iiigltes when Rios ,delutloid Rios,whio wa, hurt and would win at doubles little Lter, sinply decided to quit ailer falLing behind im hlil ith grm' of the second set Buit it was the I F landen's doubles periormanre that was memorable Tis was by tar the most I've ever wanted io will any dual match," Finegan said Lfhet guys are si ti a tough [eam, and I just really wanted to beat her badly That's all I could think about last night I An undercurrent of hostility surfaced II a con[rontaton between IF freshman David Blair and MSU's Mihnea Nastase With the Bulldogs' pairing (l Nastase and Mark Jeffrey a set ahead of Blair and Rick Holton and about t(i wm the match. Nastase thought Blair called a ball out He yelled at Blair, and as the two players stood at the net, he tned to push him Although SEC rules specify disqualification ol any player who fights, the match continued and the Bull dogs won &,6-3 Nastase walked ofI the court without shaking hands with Blair or Holton In other action Saturday, UF's Gary Finnegan lost a three-hour duel with Mark Jeffrey 7-5, 16, 61. Blair lost to Nastase 6-3, fl, Holton lost to Chase 6.2, 7-6. and Jim Spencer beat Roy Moscattimi 6-4, 7 5 In doubles, Spencer and Jeff Mager beat Rios and Moscattint 7-5, 6-3 Surprisingloss forwomen'steam. At Athens, Ga, the third-ranked UF women's team lost Friday to fourth-ranked Georgia in a match moved indoors because of rain. The two earns were tied after singles, but Georgia won two of three doubles matches to clinch the match UF'sAndreaFarley.Jilhan Alexanderand Amy Alci won their matches, as did the duo of Holly Danforth and Cathy Goodrich Five of the six singles matches lasted three sets The loss was only the Gators' second in II years of SEC competition and the first in Andy Brandi's coaching tenure.

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