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11 Task force picks

/ 4 "rf'd

condom machine

1 01r warning messageBy

w r 4 ws RONALD DUPONT JR. About 25 machines, dispensing
Prime lubricated condoms
Alligator Writer for 50
cents each, will be hung on bath-
With the installation of 25 con- room walls in dormitories, the
dom machines at UF set for later Reitz Union and the J. Hillis Miller
this week, the UF Task Force on Health Center. Each condom will
AIDS and HIV Infection has de- be packaged with how-to direc-
cided to place a two-word warningon tions in English and Spanish.The .
0, the machines and have them task force also requestedthat
Cml installed quietly and with little small posters, about the size
fanfare. of a sheet of paper,be placed nextto
Despite suggestions by mem- each machine.The posters will
bers at a meeting Monday that the have frank messages about how
installation of machines be heav- condoms help stop the transmission -
ily advertised, Task Force Chair- of certain sexually transmitted -
man Richard Gutekunst, Health diseases.
Related Professions dean, said Each poster features a man or
too much publicity about UF's woman who appears to be talkingto
first condom machines may offend the person looking at the
administrators."I poster.
still have to recognize that Gutekunst told task force mem-
this is a sensitive issue with the bers that placing posters and mes-
administration," Gutekunst said. sages should be the extent of
+ Ir. "I respect that. I see no reason to their involvement in attempting to
:d have it on television in Los Ange- get students to use condoms.
y r r les, California." "Eventually, we could stand by
k But other task force members the door and say, 'Have you
didn't agree with Gutekunst's low- bought your condom today?' "
key approach."It's Gutekunst said. "How forceful are
certainly in keeping with we going to get?"
1 the conservative way of the uni- However, UF Health Educator
1 versity to let this go quietly," said Joanne Auth, also a task force
14 Steven Womeldurf, a graduate member, said the committee has
student and task force member. to be careful about not being spe-
"We ought to have dancing girls cific enough in its efforts."If .
and people leaping out of cakesto it isn't in any way controversial -
promote condom usage. ," she said, "it probably won't
Although much of the meeting work."
i focused on how condoms and Administrators decided in De-
AIDS awareness should be promoted cember to allow condom ma-
members unanimously chines to be installed on campus
decided the words"Protect Yourself after the task force recommendedit
should be placed on each one month earlier.Although the
machine. They said they got the task force had made similar rec-
SUZETTE COOK- ALLIGATOR idea for the words from a public ommendations twice before, ad-
On the rocks service message that appeared in ministrators rejected the idea,
UF senior Dale Ekberg takes on the challenge of "climbing" down the side of a waterfall The Alligator."It's saying there wasn't enough evi-
behind Diamond Village. Ekberg has been mountain bike racing for more than a year. emphatic and it will get the dence to justify installing the ma-
point across," Gutekunst said. chines.

Phone System to ease financial affairs frustrations I

system will not only speed up record checksfor in Fooks' office can use their time guiding tem, and they have fewer students," she
By GEOFF BOUCHER the 21,000 students who apply for aid, students who encounter money delays or said.
Alligator Staff Writer but also free up much-needed counselors. need to file appeals for more aid. Operation hours haven't been set for the

Students frustrated with busy signals at "The message will tell you 'We are still Fooks said the system should be in place four computer lines,but Fooks said the planis
UF's Financial Affairs Office may find it a waiting for your 1989 tax returns,' or 'Your within the next two months and will get its to have them in operation for up to 22
little easier to check their records by phone request has been delayed because you have "pilot test" during the summer when the hours a day. She also said the system will
next fall thanks to a new voiceactivatedinformation some academic progress problems,'"Fooks student body is smaller. Fooks said, to her use a personal identification number to re-
system, a financial aid adminis- said."The messages will provide some very knowledge, the system will be the secondof trieve students' records, a move designedto
trator said Monday. basic information, which will give our coun- its kind in the country behind Indiana ensure privacy.
Financial Aid Director Karen Fooks said selors some time to handle more complex State University."I .
students will be able to find out the statusof problems." "Maybe the personal identification number
their aid requests by calling in, enteringa frankly don't know how many calls we'll will be the student's driver's license
personal identification number and listening Instead of answering simple questions on get, but Indiana State University got 12,000 number," Fooks said. "Social Security numbers ,
to a tape recording. Fooks said the the phone, the 25 professional counselors calls the first semester they used their sys- are not at all secure."

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. POLICE BLOTTERJ Mon. Fri. a4C Tanning Beds

7a.m.-9 .m. 49
Restaurant robberies possibly linked The other robbery, at Bennigan's Tavern at 3208 p | Privacy

Alachua County Sheriff investigators believe early- SW Archer Road, occurred shortly after 2 a.m. Sun Saturday

morning robberies at two Gainesville restaurants last day. An employee who was taking out the garbagewas 9a.m.5p.m.
weekend may be related, Alachua County Sheriff forced back inside the restaurant by two men,one f.Tota Weights
spokesman Spencer Mann said. of whom had a shotgun. The armed suspect forced Sunday

The first occurred shortly after midnight Saturdayat the manager to open the safe.After taking an undetermined Noon 4 p.m. O

the Brown Derby at 5220 SW 13th St. Three men amount of money, the suspects forced the 2nd Ave.No Contracts!
employees into the freezer and ran away. The 536 S.W.
entered the restaurant through the back door with a
employees left the freezer about 10 minutes later and 372-7876
handgun and either a rifle or shotgun, Mann said.
called the police, Mann said. a. oral ass - a ass ,- r M M sea M -
Employees inside were forced to lie on the floor,while
the manager opened the safe. The robbers took an Sheriff's detectives are investigating the Remainder Unlimited
undetermined amount of money and left through the similarities between the two cases, Mann said. :

back door Mann said. MIKE BRUSCELJ. : Tanning
of Semester :

. WHAT'S HAPPENINGHighlight Week $10.00
$ 40 00
j 1 Month $30.00
: Senator George ment opportunities tonight at 6.15: in reach Team meets tonight at 6 in
Kirkpatrick will discuss state recy- Larsen Hall Room 310. Refresh Reitz Union Room 334 and con-
cling initiatives today at 5 in Tur- ments will be served. Call Carlos cludes with happy hour at Farah's.
lington Hall Room L005 as part of 3364921. Call 392-1161, exL 283. .
Leadon's EAS '
Recycling Week '90. Call 3779367. Alert: Alpha Kappa Psi's meeting Make time: The UP Water Ski Dr.; 4710

Stress: Alpha Lambda Delta will tonight at 7:30 has been moved to Club will hold a mandatory meeting
meet tonight at 7:30: in Little Hall Turlington Hall Room LOOS. tonight at8 in Reitz Union Room 347. Propcycle Design, Team I
Room 215. Peer counselors will dis- Resources: The Business Call Mike, 373-2176.
cuss stress management. College's Society for Human Resources Service: Campus Diplomats has
Sophomore scholarship informationand Management meets tonight at paid positions in the Office of Student
officer applications also avail- 7:30: in Matherly Hall Room 119. Services.Applications are avail-
able. Call 335-9342. There will be a social afterwards at able until Friday afternoon at 4 in Would like to thank the following sponsors:

Munch and Mingle: The Societyfor the Copper Monkey. Call Pam Tigert Hall Room 129. Call Mary
Black Student Engineers will Dolan 336-7436. Lynn Williamson, 392-1261. Dow Chemical CorporationMs.
hold its annual student/faculty wine Careers and You: Barry Shifflet of Jazz Club: Residence life staff
Jennifer Swarthout
and cheese reception tonight at 7 in the Career Resource Center will presents "Commons Cabaret a
the Reitz Union Arredondo Room. speak to the Undergraduate 1920s style nightclub-in the Beaty Greg Loher Surf DesignsMr.

Call Denise James, 395-9138 or Economics Society on "Careers In- Towers lobby Saturday night at 9. Greg LoherScotty's
Theron,3927969. ternships and You"tonight at 7:30 in The cabaret will present live bands
GE:Representatives from General Little Hall Room 113. Call 375-0330. and costumes are encouraged. Call
Electric will speak about employ- SHOT: The Student Health Out Rob,392-6111 or 395-8937. Mr. Rick Wisniewsky

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I Temporary teachers soughtProgram Computer program helps I

recruits graduates for 2-year teaching stintsBy students check creditsBy

MATTHEW Q. MOORE academic programs might not possess all the
skills a good teacher should have.
Alligator Writer
The world's JACK REJTMAN said.SASS
most prominent physicist may
is createdto
a computer system
College graduates who never planned to be- not be a good teacher of physics,"McMillin said. Alligator Writer
take the out of
pencil pushing aca-
come teachers be lured into the nation's "
may "Academic knowledge in itself is not sufficient.
Some students In the College of demic advisement by replacing cleri-
rural and inner-city schools if
successful. a new program Teachers must learn to present information to Journalism and Communications were cal tasks advisers now perform. A
proves students with different learning abilities before pleased last week when they received student's courses and grades are inputted
Teach for America is a private, non-profit program they can be effective and handle a group of computerized print-outs of their tran into the system and categorizedto
formed to attract graduates into teachingon students, McMillin said. scripts. Others were just frustrated. fill requirements for each college.
a temporary basis, said UF advertising junior
Sophia Benjamin. Though teaching is a necessary skill,Benjaminsaid Senior Luiza Fantuzzi and more Advisers can call up a record and
not even education graduates are fully pre- than 30 other journalism studentswere instantly know which classes a student
'They may not want to teach as a career, but pared to face real-life situations.They'll worried Monday when they wan needs to graduate."I .
at least they'll have an idea of how education dered into the Student Ser
college's think we have an academic advis-
learn that
in the class-
once they get
works today, Benjamin said. she said. "It's vices Office to find out why they hadn't ing crisis at UF with freshmen and
room, a day-to-day thing.
Benjamin is helping organize an informational received proper credit for courses sophomores,"Student Body PresidentEd
session about the program tonight at 7 in the The program can improve the state of education they had already taken. Scales said. "SASS was never intended
Murphree Commons conference room. in the United States by helping solve the "It kind of scared me because I'm to replace human advisers.The
Benjamin and UF public relations junior Julie teacher-shortage problem, Benjamin said. graduating and the print-out said I intent was for it to compliment human
Guider decided to bring the program to UF after Those graduates who complete the program didn't have a course that I had taken," academic advisement."
attending a three-day Teach America seminarat will have an understanding of what is lacking in Fantuzzi said. One student who recently receiveda
Princeton University in December. the nation's educational system and may even But Fantuzzi's print-out, created by print-out, also called an audit, came
Princeton student Wendy Kopp proposed the start programs within their chosen professionsthat the Student Academic Support Sys- to Butler saying that she didn't under
plan for the program in her senior thesis,outlining will help students, Benjamin said. tem, accomplished exactly what it was stand it. When Butler sat down with
a method to entice the country's top college Graduating students who are interested in the supposed to do, according to Glenn her and had her read it carefully, he
students to teach for two years. program may apply between March 1 and March Butler, director of Student Services in said she had little difficulty with it.
Hoping to attract engineers and graduates who 3.Those who are chosen to participate will beginan the journalism school. Most of the problems students have
have majored in math, science and foreign lan eight-week summer training program June 17. "We're mailing the print-outs now had with SASS refer: to transfer
guages, Kopp started Teach for America to give The first wave of college recruits will begin so that students can look at them andif courses, said Norma Padgett, staff as-
students in rural and inner-city schools a chanceto teaching this fall. Organizers hope to place teach- they know that they have had classes sistant for student services in the jour
learn from them. ers in major urban centers and rural areas, that aren't showing up on the print-out, nalism school.see .
But M.R. McMillin, UF's College of Education including Chicago, Los Angeles, rural Missis- they can go back and correct them and Transcripts, page 13
associate dean, said that students fresh out of sippi and rural New Mexico. find out what the problem is," Butler


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(UPI) -Organizers of a recent massive the plenary meeting. The demonstrators demanded Personalized Assistance
democracy rally in Moscow are urging millions of round-table talks between communists and leftist
people to flood the streets of key Soviet cities Sundayto political groups. (OmPUTlnG.J LAB
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will be a big demonstration not across the Democratic Association and the Moscow Club of
(entire) country, but in the principal cities," said Voters are summoning the multitudes again on
Sergei! Stankevich, a prominent liberal legislator. "We Sunday. Tire &
sent telegrams to more than 200 cities, asking themto "We have ties with democratic organizations Sterling
join the demonstration." voters' clubs, popular fronts, and so on," Stankevich,
"We are in the process of negotiating with Moscow 35, told United Press International. "In Moscow, the
officials (to get the rally sanctioned). It's up to the rally will start at six points on the Garden Ring that Quick Lube Center
democratic organizations in other cities to negotiatewith encircles the capital."
their officials," said Stankevich, a member of the The idea for the rally and its slogan, "The
Inter-Regional Deputies' Group, which includes Democratic February 1990 Revolution," grew out of a 405 N.W. 13th SL Gainesville FL 32601
maverick Boris Yeltsin. speech by radical leftist historian Yuri Afanasyev at
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I 'Gorillas' promote recycling week Senate meetsto

EAG encourages determinenew

tossing cans !

in campus binsBy leadersBy


Miles McGrath was sitting on Alligator Writer

the side of a brick planter, eating Student senators will meet tonight to electa
his lunch when he was asked by a new senate president and pro tempore.

"recycling gorilla" to deposit his Sens. Chris Tompkins and Andrew Meyer
aluminum can in a recycling bin. have said they will run for the senate presidentseat.

Three of the playful primatesran Tompkins also said he expects to run
around in front of TurlingtonHall against Sens.Charlie Grapksi and Alex Patton,
from 11 a.m.to 2 p.m.Monday but neither could be reached to confirm their
reminding students to drop their candidacy.

cans in recycling bins as part of Senators Glen Chancey and Marc Edelmansaid

Environmetal Action Group's Re- they may run for the pro tempore seat.
cycling Week. w With the Vision party's landslide victory at
McGrath described the encoun- last week's Student Government elections,
ter as"kind of strange,"but admit- Chancey said those candidates affiliated with

ted it was a great idea if it can get Vision will have a better chance of winning.

people to recycle more. Vision won 32 senate seats at the election.

Recycling gorilla and EAG F "Before the Senate meeting, the Vision
member Ernesto Tico" Longa party will have a caucus at 6:20: (today) on the
said that being strange was the Reitz Union North Lawn at which time the

whole idea of dressing up. party leaders will officially endorse their can
"I 1 could walk around and tell didates and tell (senators) how to vote,"
people to recycle but if I'm in a Chancey said. "And they'll listen because (Vi-

gorilla suit,a couple of weeks from sion) won and they're loyal right now."

now you'll say 'Some kook in a But Meyer,who is affiliated with the Vision
gorilla suit told me to recycle w 9'a. party,said those senators affiliated with Vision

Longa said. will not be told how to vote.
For the most part, people were
"Even if every Vision senator was to supportme
amused by the primates' pranksand .I and no one else did, we wouldn't win,"
cooperated with them."I .Isr Meyer said,because a majority of the senators
did scare few people,"Longa tt present is needed to win.The number of votes

said. "A particular man asked me y.. needed to win can range between 30 and 42.
not to come near him"McGrath r
There are several independents in the Senate
said he wasn't scared
but there will be enough Vision influenceto
by the gorilla, especially after
control the selections,Tompkins said.
being at UF for three years.
Tompkins said either he
or Grapski will
"You can't get amazed at
have to swing the votes of non-Greeks and
thing after you see condoms on the
44 uncommitted senators to win.
He said he is
Turlington rock, he said.
I qualified to be senate president because he
Other recycling week activities
would keep the and
meetings orderly efficient.
include the Dr.Seuss film entitled
He also said it was important to remain a
"The Lorax"Tuesday,a recycling
neutral arbiter and his main
forum with County Commissioner goal is to enforce
the rules of the senate.
Penny Wheat and former County h $
Commissioner Jim Notestein Meyer said his goal is to make sure the
Vision platform is accomplished."I'm .
Wednesday,a recycling workshop
Thursday and a concert by the really excited to be senate president,"
Charming Bastards, Tone Un- an eager Meyer said. "I'm going to work hardto

known and Subject at Graham TIco Longs spent Monday afternoon trying to entice students to SUZETTE place their COOK-aluminum ALLIGATOR reality.see the"Vision party platform planks becomea

Pond Friday. soda In bins.
cans campus recycling
Senate President Amira Trebincevic said

she has not decided on who to support.
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Quality of Life Task Force has its weekly meeting hes aged well.Peeloff ,
today at 3 p.m. in the Division of Housing's conferenceroom

just east of Beaty Towers. There has been some 1f

concern recently that the group hasn't been doing any-
thing substantial, just making lists and checking them

twice. f
Don't get us wrong, we think the formation of the
group is noble. Perhaps a little less so considering ad-
ministrators were practically forced by student com- t

plaints to create it, but it is noble just the same.

But the time has come for the group to do something.It .
has met five times and gotten through the preliminary
stages of discussing and deciding what problems face stu-
dents. Now it is time for some solutions to be proposedand

Some members and students around campus have sug-

gested creating a course to educate students of non-

white, non-western cultures. Education, they say, is the

best way to end racism and discrimination. 1}
Student Services Dean Willie Robinson teaches a

similar class each fall Facilitating Interracial Com-
munication but too few students know about it. Thosein .

the class tend to be black, so discussions turn into
blacks talking about their problems. Whites aren't being decals make life easierIn

educated that way.
The task force hasn't suggested whether the class my two years at UF, I have gotten my share of
those annoying yellow envelopes tucked > Dan Wine
should be mandatory or an offering among the securely
under windshield COMMON
humanities with other history classes. We think they my wiper.I
I contested most of them, with some success,
should either create a new class or handle the idea like because I was convinced that the UPD Traffic Divisionwas
the Gordon Rule incorporate interracial communicationinto intent on raising as much money as possible. SoI inside of the car. So here's my incredibly revolutionary
other classes such as sociology and history.As I figured that officers wrote as many tickets for as idea-issue decals that peel right off and that
lower division undergraduates, students have to many things as they thought they could really get can be attached to the inside of a rear window.

complete 39 hours that include six hours in math, six in away with. They work and they save obsessive-compulsive
But this is not meant be perfectionists like from to
to a harangue about unjust me wanting plaster every
And before in division
English, etc. enrolling upper stu- tickets. No, instead I'd like to address the little matterof decal sticker I can get my hands on all over the cars
dents need more than 60 hours. So students have to take parking decals. of the people who work at the decal office.I .

about 20 hours in electives or pre-professional classes Not why they cost $46 at last count, but rather why I was at Florida State last summer, and I paid $6.75
that specific colleges may require. are we issued decals that cannot be peeled off easily? for a peel-off decal that went inside my window and
The racial awareness class could be its own class As it is now, one can see people driving around lasted the entire summer.At the end of the summer,
worth two or three credits. Foreign language credits are Gainesville in cars with layer upon layer of dirty, it took a mere 10 seconds of my time and 'Viola!"Any
cracking but certainly not peeling UF decals. evidence that I had ever been near FSU was goni.
So credits.
For col-
mandatory. English
are some some
As a freshman, I naively and dutifully placed my Would someone from Traffic Court or wherever
leges, American history and economics credits are man- decal on the right side of the rear bumper of my please tell the university population why UF cannot
datory. Why not credits in racial awareness? beloved Honda,just as the instructions said.And thenI have these simplistic and bumper-saving decals?
And there's no reason the course has to be stuffy or I saw with mild disgust that many UF veterans merely Meanwhile, here is yet another area in which FSIT
preachy. Every semester, students sign up in droves for put theirs inside their rear windows, still in full view. can claim superiority over UF.
Exceptional People, a notorious blow-off class that shows How, I wondered, could they get away with that? Have you people no pride? Or common sense? Do
students what life is like for disabled people. The stu- After that first year, I spent an excruciatingly none of you care about the condition of Gainesville's
tedious hour in the driveway with only a heat lamp bumper population?
dents may get easy A's, but they learn a lot.
fingernails picking at
my away my expired decal. Dan Wine is
a sophomore at UF and an Alligator
UF already offers a number of history courses in Obviously, a decal that peels off easily must go on copy editor.
specific areas of study, including African, Asian and
European studies, but there is little concentration on ra- 0 LETTERS-: THE EDITOR

cial communications and awareness knowledge that Smoking ban will not realize that many of our own taking, so why not ban alcohol on
should have college-educated or not. illustrious
everyone faculty at UF smoke. campuses?
Educators in the state of New York felt that was true violate basic rightsEditor Working in the Department of What about promoting high
and Friday promised to revamp American history classesto Electrical Engineering, I find some moral standards among our college
better reflect contributions of non-white, non-western : I was appalled by the front of our top masters' and Ph.D. stu- students. Is selling condoms from
cultures a that will take two page article of Feb. 6 regarding the dents taking a cigarette break in vending machines a good examplefor
process years.
between their classes.I .
ban them Mr.
proposed on cigarette smoking to follow? Perhaps
Educators in New York are no different than the folks throughout the state's universities. I think it is poor judgment for Flagg should conduct a study to
down in Florida, except that they are acting on an idea Alligator writer Ronald Dupont Jr., one of our elected representativesto see if there is some correlation
that is overdue. By changing requirements and cur- in a lack-luster effort to justify the have made such a statement and between promiscuity and poor
riculum at UF and other schools, we can start catchingup ban concluded his piece with a even poorer judgment for The Al- grade performance.What .
to teaching the truth.alligator. quote from Rep. David Flagg, who ligator to have printed it. about our most famous
associated failing grades among If Flagg wants to quote the Na- and often repeated right,"the rightto
high-school students and college tional Institute of Education's study choose.We can choose to carry
Editor students with cigarette smoking. he should include a more detailed our babies or have an abortion.We
Lucy Chabot Someone should have told description of the findings and what can choose to fight and die for our
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Dupont and Flagg that many of our implications can be drawn by county or be a conscientious objec-
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton most brilliant minds in science,his- cigarette school smoking among high- tor. We can read pornography or
students and
their general quote biblical
tory and politics smoked such as
Letters Policy Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston economic and social situation. However, we will not smoke
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 word(abuot one S-by-10 page). They should be Churchill, Sigmund Freud, Albert School administrators must real- cigarettes on Florida's campuses.
typed, double-spiced and signed They should include I typed name, address and telephone Einstein to few. ize that abusing alcohol is as bad Absurd!
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows just cause. If you have any questions call name a if not
worse than
the editorial page editor at 378-4458 cigarettes as far Marla Ventura
Also, Dupont and Flagg must as its effects on studying and test GainesvilleI




I What is really happening in the Soviet Union ? I

Worldwide the eyes of men and womenare of Lvov, which nullified the Union of Brest, will crumble; it is too ancient and linked to Aurora Borealis. Sister Lucia recognized it
sharply focused on events unfolding in which had reunited the Ukrainian Catholic Russian national culture for that to happen. as the "sign."
Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. The Church with the Roman Catholic Church in What is more likely is a complete union once Several weeks later Hitler invaded
current peristnika (restructuring) and glasnost 1596. The Ukrainian Catholic Church was again between the Roman Catholic Church Austria. World War II had begun during the
(openness) are not simply the result of forced to break union with Rome or face and the Orthodox Church. reign of Pius XL
an overburdened Soviet economy nor of a exile and Imprisonment. Many Ukrainiansleft This reunion has been a vision and desireof Mary also spoke of the persecution of the
superior Western political philosophy. the Church under duress. Others went Pope John Paul II since the beginning of Church and the Holy Father. It is incon-
a i American policy of peace through a posture underground "into the catacombs" and his pontificate. If this union of the East and trovertible that the Church has endured
of military might has not been the remained loyal to their faith. West should happen, the church, in John immense persecution under communist con-
primary cause of the Soviets"coming to the The Roman Church has never recognizedthe Paul's words, "will once again breathe with trol in Eastern Europe and Asia.
bargaining table."liberal capitalism has not legitimacy of the Synod of Lvov and both of its lungs." Such a union will The current pope, John Paul .suffers
been the victor in a war with atheistic com- recently the Ukrainian Church of the strengthen the church and help to bring from wounds inflicted during an assassination -
munism. "catacombs" has surfaced to demand its about the final conversion of Russia attempt on his life in St. Peter's square.
Regardless of Ronald McDonald's visit to rights. promised by the Virgin Mary at Fatima. This atrocity has been linked to Ali Agca
Moscow, there is a major block of Soviet There are approximately 5 to 8 million Events at Fatima and, through Bulgaria, to the communist
people who resent capitalism just as muchas Ukrainian Catholics. Before the Synod of The possibility of this reunion to bring KGB then headed by Constantin Chernenko.
they resent communism. For many of Lvov, they had 2,272 parishes, 2,500 priests, about a "new millennium of Orthodox cul- More significant, the date of this infamywas
these people, the reality of religious three seminaries, a theological academy, ture"on Russian soil is strengthened by the May 13,1981, the anniversary of Mary's
phenomena are more Important. 4,119 churches and chapels and 11 religious mystical events that occurred in a remote first apparition at Fatima.The following year
In 1917,prior to the Bolshevik Revolution, institutes. More than 80 percent of all priestsin village of Portugal named Fatima in 1917, May 13,1982, the pope traveled to Portugalto
the Virgin Mary appeared at Fatima, Por- the Soviet Union are of Ukrainian origin just prior to the Bolshevik Revolution.and give thanks, with over a million people
tugal. According to the major European from throughout the world to Our Lady of
newspapers and eyewitnesses, many of Fatima for having helped preserve his life
whom are still alive, she performed a public in the assassination attempt.
miracle. And according to the visionaries, Finally, on May 25, 1984, at the Vatican
and the leading authorities of the Catholic with many of the world's bishops, including
Church, she foretold the rise of Communist Eastern Orthodox bishops and even Protestant
Russia. leaders, the pope fulfilled Mary's re-
She also promised that, in the end,Russia quest to consecrate Russia to her
would be converted and the conversion Immaculate Heart
would help bring about an era of global Mary had promised that "In the end, my
peace. Immaculate Heart will triumph, the Holy
To fully understand what is happening in Father will consecrate Russia to me, Russia
the Soviet Union today, it is necessary to will be converted, and a certain period of
consider the messages she gave to the worldat peace will be granted to mankind." It is this
Fatima. The religious variable needs to promise made by Mary at Fatima which
be brought back into the analysis to achievea VIET TOM DO provides the most important key for under-
truly genuine and well informed under- the faithful are spread throughout the These events concerning the Blessed Virgin standing current events happening in the
standing of current events in the Soviet Soviet Union because of Stalin's deportation. Mary and three peasant children have East.
Union. Between 1939 and 1950 he deported over profound significance for the modern world. Religious and political changes
History of religious influenceTo 100,000 Latvians Estonians and Lithuanians, On Sunday, May 13, 1917, the first of What are the events that are unfolding in
begin, in 1979 a Polish Cardinal was and 500,000 Poles from White Russia and many apparitions occurred.In nexus with this message?
elected pope. He was the first Slav pope froma the Western Ukraine.These were generally July Mary promised a public miracle The most profound sign of this rebirth
country under communist rule. It is this members of the intelligentsia.They and their that all might believe and know who she has taken place recently in the Assumption
t country, Poland, that has been in the van- children are scattered throughout the USSR was.This miracle called the"Dancing of the Cathedral dedicated to Mary by the Russian
guard of change in Eastern Europe. today, especially in Central Asia where they Sun." was witnessed by more than 70,000 Orthodox Church. For the first time since
Solidarity in Poland has been guided by are harbingers of an intense nationalism and people and recorded in all the major 1918, a religious service was permitted in
the church's social teachings from the begin- Catholicism which could help bring about newspapers of Europe and even in The New one of Russia's most illustrious churches.
ning and is attempting to restructure Polish the conversion of Russia. York Times. The date of this religious service was Oc-
society along unique lines which are respectful On December 1,1989, Pope John Paul II More important than the miracle, Mary tober 13th the very date of Mary's last
of the free market and democracy, but received Mikhail Gorbachev at the Vatican. foretold World War II and the rise of com- apparition at Fatima and the Miracle of the
from a viewpoint which has been well They met privately for over an hour.Among munism. Sun.It
developed and established in consultationwith the items discussed were the political bor- Today the world is witnessing the begin- seems as though the Blessed Virgin
the Catholic Church. ders of Lithuania the Vatican has never ing of the conversion of Russia and the has taken over in the Kremlin exactly where
Solidarity can provide Poland and the rest accepted the incorporation of Lithuania into inauguration of a"period of peace"that Mary she left off at Fatima. Since this event in
of Eastern Europe with a blue print for future the USSR- the opening of diplomatic relations foretold. There are many signs of this con- October over 2,800 new parishes have been
development. Rumania, Czechoslovakia, between the two states, an invitationby version, but before looking at them it is registered with the Department of Religious
Hungary and other Eastern European Gorbachev for the pope to visit Russia necessary to examine In closer detail the Affairs and all of the subsequent events the
countries are beginning to follow Poland's and the Ukrainian Catholic Church and the events foretold by the Blessed Virgin. world is witnessing today have occurred.
spiritual lead. question of the freedom of the Ukrainian First, she foretold another war- following Finally, in the Ukraine Soviet militia and
In fact,the television commentary 20-20"() Catholic Church. World War I beginning during the security police are on the alert at Hrushiv
recently presented a program on the appari- Most analysts agree that the church win reign of Pope Pius XL This is significant because crowds of more than 18,000 peopleare
tions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Yugos- receive its independence in the near future. because she said this in 1917-almost thirty arriving here daily to witness the
lavia where she is reportedly appearing to This will signify the most important link in years before there was a Pope Pius XL The "Miracle at Hrushiv." It has been widely
six teenage children. More than 10 million the conversion of Russia prophesied by. the pope could have chosen any name, but he reported since April 26, 1987, the first anniversary
people from throughout the world have Virgin Mary at Fatima. chose Pius XL She had foretold the name of of the Chernobyl disaster,that the
sojourned to the tiny village of Medugorjesince The Ukrainian Church is growing at a a future pope. Virgin Mary is appearing here.
her reported apparitions began in 1981. tremendous rate daily. Many Orthodox are And more importantly,during his pontifi- Regardless of the authenticity of these
Yugoslav tourist agents worldwide say leaving their church and joining the Uk- cate a more terrible war did break out a claims, their effects are real; there is a surgeof
that this once unknown village has becomethe rainian Church and more than 200 priests war which would almost double the carnageof faith among the Ukrainian Catholics and
best known and 'most often mentioned have already left the Orthodox faith for the World War I,engender the Nazi atrocitiesand other peoples within the Soviet Union that
I Yugoslav village in the world today. Catholic one. unleash the first atomic bomb-World is undeniable.The .
Mary has reportedly told the children In the words of the Orthodox Archbishop Warn began. Soviet Union is being converted in
that, "God win be most glorified out of Rus Krill of Smolensk who was named in 1989as Further, she mentioned the night beinglit fulfillment of the Virgin Mary's promise at
sia." the "Foreign Minister" of the Russian by an unknown light that was to be a great Fatima: Russia "will be converted and the
Further, in Lithuania the cathedral at Orthodox Church Ukrainian Catholics "are sign that God was about to punish the world world win enjoy a period of peace."The Spiritof
Vilnius has been restored, and the Com- literally taking churches (Orthodox Churches : with war, hunger, and persecution of the God is at work in the world ushering in
munist Party is under heavy pressure to ) by storm. Church and the Holy Father. a period of peace.
resign and permit this state to secede from On December 8, shortly after On the night of January 25. 1938, Sister That is what is really happening in the
the USSR. Such a cessation could have a Gorbachev's visit, the Soviet news agency Lucia,one of the three peasant children who Soviet Union.
j ripple effect which has leaders at the Kremlin Novosti reported that the Council of had become a Carmelite nun, saw an This; column teas written by David Manai,
perplexed. Religious Affairs has recognized "the "ominous red glow that lit the entire sky." a graduate student who is presenting a video
j But most important are the developmentsin equality of Ukrainian Catholics with all other This light was seen throughout Europe and documentary on the message'of Fatima. r
the Ukraine.In confessions. Africa as well as parts of America and Asia. Wednesday,February 21, in room B5 of theRe
1946,Joseph Stalin arranged the Synod It is not likely that the Orthodox Church Scientists tried to explain it as an unusual is Union at 7.:45 p.m.MORE ..






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DEBBIE CENZIPER neers are working on, said Lynda Statler,
, Alligator Writer chairwoman of this year's fair.
The fair educates and makes available to
4 Robert Stamey grasped two metal handles the community and student body the events
,j and pulled as hard as he could on a chain that go on in the engineering field,"she said.
,1 that reached his waist. By applying constant "A lot of students really have no idea what'sgoing

reaching on."

Visitors entered a space station, observed
Stamey, a student in the College of Health
cabbage growing in an artificial environ
and Human Performance, was one of many ment,built structures with plastic straws and
students who tested their Isometric strength tasted ice-cream made from liquid nitrogen.
Monday at the 45th annual Engineers' Fair
at the O'Connell Center. Every year, trophies are awarded to the
most unusual and modern displays, Statler
The fair, which ends today, features
t hands-on exhibits set up by the College of said.The
Engineering.The free event is sponsored by crowded aerospace engineeringbooth
the Benton Engineering Council,the Collegeof which features a remote-controlled t ay
Engineering and Student Government, airplane with an 11-foot wing span, has won
About 38 companies, including Texas In- the contest for the last five years. ..
struments, Apple Computer, Inc. and Honeywell, an international company that
Honeywell, displayed their most advanced guides and controls aircrafts and missiles,
see Fair' page 11
The fair allowed visitors to see what engi

If Recycling options exhibited x. M I ..
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Alligator Writer Society member Greg Staab said the different
materials in a diaper can be groundup 9
While many people might not associate and separated to recycle Into furniture,
4 engineering with environmental protection fence posts and other diapers.
J UF students at the 1990 Engineers' Fair are The absorbent material in a diaper can be
.\ showing the two go handinhand.The ground up, pressed into pellets and used in
Society of Plastics Engineers showed potted house plants, Staab said.
1 examples of how diapers, battery cases and E. ANN STODDARD
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American, Jewish and Women's works. Craddock said the changesare
Alligator Writer studies allow readers to question "more evolutionary than revo- problem with the old ap-
assumptions about the definitionof lutionary." proach is repetition, Craddock :
Recent nationwide trends in English good literature, a definition cre- Those who criticize the movement said.But the problem with the new : -.......
departments have been criticized ated by white males. toward broadening English approach is finding enough timeto
by some, but UF relishes its "Do we really have to assume departments show "fake nostalgia study all angles. T ; \
position on the "cutting edge," de- that making war is the most impor- for an age which never existed," Writing and skills, .
partment chairwoman Patricia tant thing literature can be about?" she said. grammar (
also in the English department'sdomain
Craddock said. (
Craddock said.
should have to be
not :
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and changing focus, should riculum, departments have altered revolved around the subject or the ock said. But professors remain
not be viewed as an abandonmentof their approach to literature and author of the work, she said. New alert for errors. .
old virtues, but rather as a dis- have media.begun to study other types of criticism unearths clues from UPs English department aimsto &:a I American Heart'Association
covery of overlooked ones, Cradd- within the work-and from material cultivate skepticism about "ex-
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first that this would be
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new computer program is expected to serve as an product warnings, is issued at the pharmacy specific decongestants," he says. "If you also finish the project" Doering says, "but we no
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fyfutfis Myth: 1 1 "Cold sores" and "Canker sores" are the same thing. tips for safer medications:

I FACT: I 1)) Throw away all outdated prescription, over-the-
Aerobically speaking, jogging is more beneficial than counter, and birth control products, as well as anything
I walking. 11 A cold sore is caused by a herpes virus, usually HSV-1 without an expiration date.. Some "decomposed" medication

Jr FACT (herpes simplex, type one). It appears on the border be- I can be dangerous such as tetracycline,, which could
: the and skin of the face.
y, ai tween lip Early warning signsare cause kidney damage..
I For those interested in caloric consumption and expenditure burning or tingling sensations followed by a red area
i i walking BRISKLY (at their target heart rate: THR) forming, then a cluster of tiny blisters which will begin 2 2)) Throw away aspirin that smells strongly of vinegar..

bums only 10-20% fewer calories than jogging.. "weeping". Prolonged exposure to sunlight, stress, lip I 3 3)) Throw away any medicine not clearly labeled.
The key to any successful aerobic activity is to maintaina trauma, and other factors may provoke outbreaks. The 4 4)} Discard eye drops which are not clear\' or have "float-
a sufficiently high heart rate during the exercise to pro sore heals itself in a week or so, but the tempation to try ing clumps".
I duce certain beneficial cardiovascular changes in the II various ointments and cover-up cosmetics may irritate ..5 5)) Dispose of medications where children cannot find
body. The minimum rate at which the heart should be and slow healing. There is also some risk of spreading the them. When you travel with medications, store them in
FACTSABOUT beating to achieve optimum aerobic conditioning is the n virus during the "weepy" stage of blistering. In case of I insulated containers out of direct sunlight
Y-4,' 'v t Target Heart Rate (THR). THR is calculated as follows: frequent recurrences' ((6 or more times a year), a prescrip
]I For women: 220 your age -. Multiply this by .80 II don "drug'" called. <1 .tcyclovir,' .. can be helpful in .preventing.
1 1u ((80%). If your heart rate exceeds tl this s figure for a mini- outbreaks in some people.. Above all, avoid kissing any I Myth:
mum of 20 minutes, four times week, then will one while the cold sore is emerging or active, and try not ]
per you
:i\\ AIDS is no longer an issue, especially for college age .
1 1 ; get an aerobic training effect. to be too self-conscious about this nuisance infection .
]I For men: 205 ((1/2/ your age) _. Multiply this figure which h can occur among at least half of our adult popula people.

by ..80 ((80%). As with women, if your heart rate exceeds tion.Canker. FACT:
'..r : sores are entirely different. For one thing, they
HEALTH this figure as noted above, you will have aerobic 1 } AIDS will continue to be with us for a long time to
occur inside the mouth and can vary in size from pinheadto
In its first' decade America has
come. in AIDS already
quarter, with whitish borders and extreme sensitivity.No .
Myth: been diagnosed in more than 117,000, people..
I one knows for sure what causes canker sores or what
type of cholesterol which h appears to protect against for.C M, Mir. I The best treatment for influenza ("flu") is antibiotics. triggers them to appear\ but some associations have been 2)) For each person with AIDS there may be as many as
mation of atherosclerosis. HDL should be at least 35. and II noted. For example, the sores may appear after trauma to 50.100 others who are HIV positive (infected with the
higher is better. It is the combination of these subtypes as FACT: the mouth such as during dental work or biting the cheekor Human Immunodeficiency Virus, which causes AIDS),
A \ well as triglyceride levels which most clearly identify I I Traditional antibiotics are not effective in treating uncom toungue.. They may occur' as a result of nutritional de- but are asymptomatic and can infect others..

coronary risk plicated flu. They are useful only when pneumonia or ficiency, or prior to cold symptoms, or perhaps in re- 3)) 44% of the males with AIDS are 20-34 years of age,
.. # other complications are present. However, there is an sponse to eating certain foods.. and 51 I% of the females with AIDS are in the same age
rtytfc: FACT: 11 and help from others is its a si sips f wisdom and maturity. antiviral drug (amantadine, e.g.e Symmetrel), which can Most canker sores heal within 2 weeks and cannot be group. Put this together with the fact that the average

J Cancer of the testes is a problem of men in their 40's', or No. Each STD is a distinct disease caused by different or- IT My : help reduce severity and duration of symptoms if taken "rushed". Antiseptic mouthwashes may give temporary length of time from HIV infection to AIDS diagnosis is
II .50s., ganisms.. Separate tests exist for Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, with ::; I'[ within 24-48 hours of onset of symptoms.You relief but won't cure the condition.. In severe cases, chem 10 years, and you can see that many of the people who
People emotional and
tal disturbances
Herpes, Veneral (Genital) Warts, and Syphilis. Herpesmay s are going may have the flu if you have these symptoms: ical treatments may reduce the pain although this may ac- now have AIDS were infected as teenagers and young
FACT H through a phase and will out of it in time
: be especially difficult to diagnose due to the elusive ; 1)) Sudden onset of fever ((101 F or greater) and intense tually slow the healing. adults.

I I Acutally, this is one of the most common cancers among nature' of the virus that causes it A negative result for one FA muscle a aches (myalgia). Myth: 4)) Some of the biggest problems caused by AIDS are not

men 15. to 34 years of age. For this reason, college men of these diseases does NOT rule out the possibility of the Maybe, but maybe noL In III case, it can't hurt to talk to I 2 21} At least one of the following: sore throat cough, nasal biological; rather, they are social, ethical, political, and
are strongly urged to learn Testicular SelfExaminationTSE presence of another.. It is also possible to be infected with a mental health professional. may significantly shorten congestion.. Lyme disease is a northern phenomenon.. economic.. These are areas that we all have in common,
( ) so that early detection of a problem can lead to more than one of these organisms at a time. Since STD'sare the phase. Myth&: 11 FACT: whether we are HIV positive but asymptomatic, diagnosed
successful treatment Men who have an undescended or a major cause of preventable sterility in America,, with AIDS, or uninfected with HIV.. We are all
partially descended testicle are at an especially high risk thorough testing is recommended for anyone who sus- H My Ii: I Caffeine consumption contributes to Fibrocystic Disease Although most cases of this tick-borne disease are foundin going to be involved in and touched by the very hard ,
York Wisconsin
wooded coastal New and New
Myth: J of developing cancer of the testes. See your doctor if this pects he/she/ could have been exposed to infection. Most rapes could have been prevented.. (FCD) of the breast and Minnesota, and northern California England and, south-- choices AIDS is forcing us to make.. We are better off it'we '
blood applies to you, because a simple procedure educate ourselves' now, so we can make better decisions -
High cholesterol is the most important risk factor can usually Myth: H FACT: FACT: n western Oregon,, cases have been reported in a majorityof
for coronary artery disease. correct the problem.. For more information and instructions in the .
for Testicular Self-Examination, see the American A yearly Pap smear would reveal if an STD were This statement transfer! the responsibility for the rape Apparently not.. Since the early 1980's' caffeine and other states.. Pinhead-sized ticks, which can carry the bacteria -
present which,h cause. .. Lyme .disease. .. "are" in Florida.
FACT: ] related compounds have been suspected of contributing j present.
Cancer Society brochure "For Men Only" which is available FACT from the rapists to the victim..In most cases, the victim is
L : to the formation of in woman's' breast (FCD). Sev- Some cases have occured in our state, although the infested -
Cigarette smoking is generally considered to be the single in the literature racks at the Infirmary and from the trapped before she's aware that there's a problem. The responsibility cysts a
most important factor for increasing risk of artery Health Education office in the Infirmary trailer annex. No, a Pap smear is a screening test for cancer, in which of stopping a rape belongs with the attacker, eral studies were published which claimed that such a individuals may have been bitten while on vacation -
I disease.. Even nonsmokers can benefit from coronary reducing j i i cells are removed from a woman's' cervix and examined not the victim.. link did in fact exist However, the methodology of these [ elsewhere.
saturated fats in their diet, Myth: microscopically for abnormalities. While inflammation of early studies has been faulted and numerous studies conducted Typical symptoms of the disease may begin with noticing
especially from meat, dairy these cells is sometimes detected by this I Myth: recently have concluded that no scientific evidence a tick bite, then the development of a rash ((3 days to 3 3I
products, (e.g. whole milk, cream, butter) and baked It's' to tell when been infected procedure, a normal
easy you've with a Sexu- Pap result does rule causal between caffeine weeks later) which gradually enlarges to a ring of 6" or
not exists for
out the a relationship
goods. Increasing intake of soluble fiber presence of an STD. Real men don't take no for an answer.
also Transmitted
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may ( ) around the site of the bite. Flu-like
r larger
and of FCD. Some symptoms may
consumption development women
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Myth: It is better for a male to remain uncircumcised. Real men are secure, supportive, and understanding.. II intake, but tl this s does not seem to help the majority.. early in the course' of the disease, more serious ner- future.'f
Not necessarily. It is possible to be infected with an $STD 1 1 vous system problems are unlikely to occur. Otherwise, a
Extended wear contact lenses are safe alternatives for and not get any symptoms.This is especially common for FACT: 1 facial! palsy, shoulder and upper arm weakness, and other
contact lens wearers who dislike putting lenses in and women, who may be infected with an STD and are unaware According to studies by Dr. Thomas Wiswell at Brooke H I disorders may follow. The longer the disease remains untreated
taking care of them. j I that they are silent carriers and victims. Army Medical Center in San Antonio, ten tines as many the less effective the antibiotics may be, and recovery

FACT: Myth: I urinary (tract infestioins were found among the uncircumcised may take months... A

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three screens types of may
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UCLA and Dr. Scott M. MacRae of the Oregon Health STD's. j automatic a than practice in the which past.in recent years has become less II IIII lungs.Unlike cigarette smoking, marijuana use is safe for the

Sciences University. First, potential risk has been "irivi-
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Donating blood everyone suspected marijuana smoking are
keratitis, a condition in which cells of the may expose the person to the AIDS vim, [ the that increased
cornea are j! (HIV). confirming theory any smoking can produce
rubbed by the lens leading to possible infection and scar risk of lung disease. In a study of 990 subjects
ring. Second, consumers are not adequately educated FACT: [ between 15 and 40 yean of age, conducted by research-
about careful use of the lenses; and third, contact lens I No. there is. not risk for the individual who donates, en at the University of Arizona, people who smoked only
wearers don't' always comply with safer lens care regi There is a very slight risk for the person who receives bloodMyth I marijuana were almost twice as likely as complete non-
mens. ][ blood or blood products. I smokers to report phlegm production and wheezing. On

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seek help immediately if irritation develops. ,_11In The Student Mental Health Service \,' marijuana." .
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week is Recycling Week on the UF campus, and several events are planned
through Friday to increase awareness and promote participation in campus recycling \'
A Recycling Seminar Series, sponsored by UF's Environmental Action Group, will Forum with Gainesville Gty Manager Paul
the following speakers: TODAY Sen. George Kirkpatrick will discuss state in- White, 12:30: p.m., Reitz Union North
by UF Information and Publications Services 355 itiatives in solid waste management at 5 p.m. in L-005 Turlington Hall. WEDNESDAY- Lawn Wine and Cheese Faculty/Student/
Tigert Hall and paid lor at usual advertising rales to communicate ;
official notices and important information to County Commissioner Penny Wheat and former commissioner Jim Notestein will discuss Reception, sponsored by Society for Black
students faculty and staff Call 392 0166 for information county solid waste challenges at 5 p.m. in G-086 McCarty Hall. THURSDAY-UF's recycl- Student Engineers, 7 p.m.,Reitz Union Ar-
director Al Krause and coordinator Steve Shannon will offer
ing county recycling recycl- redondo Room; Alpha Kappa Alpha
ing tips at 5:10: p.m. in L-005 Turlington Hall. Oratorical Contest, 7 p.m., A-101 Computer
Information tables will be set up through Friday at Turlington Hall, the Law School, Science and Engineering Building.
UF Senate SeeksSuggestions Matherly Hall and the Reitz Union. QUALITY OF LIFE TASK FORCE meetsto
A student-coordinated, long-term recycling program is being introduced in all discuss life at UF for Black and Hispanic
residence halls this week, and Mortar Board is sponsoring a recycling contest between students, 3 p.m., Division of Housing Con-
I"L For fraternities and sororities. ference Room, Museum Road and 13th St.
Local bands, including The Charming Bastards and Subject, will play at Friday's Recycl- CIVIL ENGINEERING LECTURE, "The
ing Kick-off concert at 3 p.m. at Graham Pond. Terza hi Lecture: The Mechanical Aging of
Meeting TopicsThe For more information about Recycling Week activities, sponsored by Student Govern- Soils,' by Gainesville consulting engineer
ment, the Environmental Law Society and UF's Environmental Action Group, contact John 328 Weil HaU.
University Senate Steering Com- Heather Weiner, 3926253.Writers' MATERIALS SCIENCE SEMINAR,
mittee is gathering information and seek- Thermodynamics of the Swelling of
I ing input from current members of the Polymer Networks," by staff scientist G.B.
I Senate and other interested faculty regarding Festival Begins Tomorrow; McKenna, National Institute of Standard
membership restructuring of the Technology, Gaithersburg, Md., 4 p.m.,
.I Senate and possibly limiting the number Bless Auditorium, Williamson Hall.
I Poets And Novelist To Give
of senators and/or/ how they are selected. ReadingsAn ZOOLOGY SEMINAR by University of
I Other areas of discussion concern educational California-Los Angeles biology; department
I policy or student life issues. acclaimed British poet, a young best- Williamson Hall. Simpson's novel was research associate Robert Wayne, "Evolu-
Typed proposals or suggestions should selling author and an eminent American hailed by ''Newsweek' magazine as "an tionary Genetics of the Canidae," 4 p.m.,
I be sent to Ruth Alexander, Chair, Senate poet will read their works at the 21st an- achievement that lands her in the front 211 Bartram Hall.
I Steering Committee, 202 Women's Gym- nual University of Florida Writers' Festival ranks of our best young novelists." Simpson FOOD SCIENCE LECTURE, "Micro-
nasium, or to Ms. Nancy Gullic, Senate tomorrow through Friday. Featured has won several awards, including a wave Heating: Importance in the Food Industry -
Secretary, 135 Tigert Hall. The Senate writers include poets James Lasdun and National Endowment for the Arts Fellow /" by Rutgers University interim deanof
Steering Committee meets the second Richard Eberhart and fiction writer Mona ship. Her short fiction has been anthologized agriculture Daryl Lund, 4:05: p.m., G-086
I Monday of each month from August Sim son. in Best American Short Stories McCarty HaU.GERMAN .
through April. Proposals must be receiv- British poet Lasdun will open the 1986 and Twenty Under Thirty. LITERATURE LECTURE,
ed by the first week of the month in order festival tomorrow at 8 p.m. in 105 Fine American poet Richard Eberhart, a "Die Zweite Phase der Deutsch-Sprachigen
I. for the Steering Committee to consider Arts Building B. Lasdun, who grew visiting professor at UF, will close the Gegenwartsliteratur," by University of
them for the next agenda. For additional London and currently lives in New York, festival with a reading of his poetry on Fri- Paderborn Max Kade professor Manfred
I.t information, contact Nancy Gullic, is recognized on both sides of the Atlan- Winner 8 p.m. in 100A Williamson Hall. Durzak, 7 p.m., 400 Reitz Union.
392-0063. tic as one of the most talentsto of the Pulitzer Prize, he is the ART FACULTY LECTURE, visiting art
have emerged from Britain in several author of 25 books of poetry. His work has faculty member Jay Schmidt discusses his
is the winner of the been noted for its [ of vision,
Thomas Dylan "perfect clarity sculpture and drawing work, 7:30: p.m.,
O'Connell Center Award for his book of stories, perfect clarity of utterance, perfect controlof 105 Fine Arts Building B.
Delirium Eclipse, and winner of the Eric material means" by the late critic Ken-
BoardApplications Gregory Award for his collection of neth Rexroth. WEDNESDAYCENTER
Advisory poems, A Jump Start. The festival readings are free and opento FOR WETLANDS SEMINARby
Simpson, whose best-selling first novel the public. For more information, con- UF coastal engineering professor Y.
I DueThe Anywhere But Hen appeared in 1987, will tact the UF English Department, which is Peter Sheng, "Numerical Simulation of
read on Thursday at 8 p.m. in 100A sponsoring the festival, at 392-0777. Estuarine Systems," 11:45: a.m., Phelps
Stephen C. O'Connell Center Advisory Laboratory Seminar Room.
I Board is accepting applications for .. LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES LEC-
t 1990-1991 academic-year student represen- TURE by Humboldt State University anthropology
tatives through March 6. Positions are professor W. Penn Hand-
available for seven members and four alternate Division Of Human Resources Conducts werker, "Women's Power and Fertility in
student members. Africa and the Caribbean," noon, 376
The Advisory Board sets priority use of Grinter Hall.
the Center and financial charges for users, Seminars About Restructure ProjectThe ASIA AND ITS CULTURES Lecture
determines types of events held in the Series, "Introduction and Demonstrationof
I Center and maintains the Center's events Division of Human Resources is CATION-Feb. 23, Debra Langlois, Komuso Shakubachi(Japanese Bamboo
schedule and yearly calendar. conducting informational sessions cam- 392-0726; ENGINEERING (Benton, lar- Flute)," by UF Quantum Theory Project
Applications are available in the Stu- puswide for USPS and A&P employees son &: Black Halls, Aerospace Engineering research scientist Hideo Sekino, 4 p.m., 205
dent Services Office, 124 Tigert Hall, andat affected by the A&P/USPS/ Classification &:Engineering Sciences) Feb. 22, Jan Little Hall.BOTANY.
the Reitz Union third-floor informationdesk. Restructure Project. The 45-minute ses- Rockey 92-0961; ALL OTHER ENGI- COLLOQUIUM, "Carbon and
All applications must be returnedto sions include discussion of the effect these !b. 20, 21 &: 22, Christina Energy Requirements in Plant Tissue Biosynthesis
Sandy Vernon in the Student Services changes will have on employees, presen- Walker; 392-0948; JOURNAUSM-Feb. 26 ;by Utah State University range
Office by 4 p.m. March 9. For more infor- tation of a videotape and a questionandanswer &: 27, Mary Anchors, 392-0466; FINANCE science department post-doctoral fellow
mation, contact Sandy Vernon, 392-1261. period.Reservations. &: ACCOUNTING-Feb. 22, Arlene Gei- Kimberlyn Williams, 4 p.m., 211 Bartram
are required to attend the ger, 392-1321; FLORIDA MUSEUM OF Hall.
sessions. Staff members in the Health NATURAL HISTORY-Feb. 21, Darlene BLACK HISTORY MONTH play "Ques-
College Of Business Center; IFAS, and the Physical Plant Divi- Novak, 392-1721. tions," 7 p.m., Reitz Union Ballroom.
sion should coordinate reservations HEALTH &: HUMAN PERFOR- SUMMER STUDY IN GERMANY orien-
Award Nominations Due through the appropriate dean, director or MANCE-Feb. 26, Shirley Davis, tation meeting, led by UF German professor
department chairman's office. 392-0578; MARSTON SCIENCE and Mannheim study program di-
I", Nominations are being accepted Employees in other buildings and or- LIBRARY-Feb. 23, Wendy Scott, rector Helga Kraft, 5:15: p.m., 355 Dauer
I through March 1 for the College of Busi- ganizational areas should contact assign 392-0342; PRESIDENTS OFFICE-Feb. 27 Hall.
ness Undergraduate Teaching Awards. UPI ed reservation coordinators. Reservation Emma Hill, 392-1311;REITZ UNION-Feb. t.\\\
has allocated five awards of $2,500 each coordinators and dates for the sessions are 26, Leslie Neal, 392-1641; SPONSORED ,
I designed to encourage and reward ongoing listed below. Session times and locationswill RESEARCH &: GRADUATE SCHOOLFeb. d ays : :. For University
I excellence, innovation and effectiveness be given when reservations are made. 28, Andrea Harrell, 392-4646; STU- tt'*! /_1W News & Information
in undergraduate teaching in the For additional information, contact Kris DENT AFFAIRS-Feb. 28, Sarah Carswell, UNIVERSITYUPDATE
of College.Nominations. Pagenkopf, Division of Human Resources, 392-1265; STUDENT FINANCIAL
I which may be submittedby 392-1213. AFFAIRS-Feb. 23, Bennie Watson,
faculty students, alumni and interested ARCHITECTURE-Feb. 21, Nadia 392-1271; TREEO CENTER-Feb. 20, Peggy
parties, should be returned to manage- Scheffer, 392-4836; CLAS (Psychology Latner, 392-9570; UNIVERSITY 5:30: i p.m WRUF AM fl.SO i ii.
ment professor William Fox, 227 Business Building-Feb.) 21, Cheryl Phillips, LIBRARIES-Feb. 22, Wendy Scott, 6:20: ,m WRUF AM 850
l Building. For more information contact 392-0601; ALL OTHER CLAS-Feb. 20 &: 392-0342; UNIVERSITY PRESSES-Feb. '- i.p.m' WRUFFM 104
Fox at 392-1310. 27 Mary Ann Lansberry, 392-5908; EDU- 23, Dawn Lopresto, 392-1351.
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ments,Butler said,and distributed The state Legislature gave UF the State University System imple- lege.By
from page 3 them for the first time last week. $503,000 to implement the program mentation program, three univer- using SASS,however, advisers -
UFbegan installing SASS in July ,Yellen said. UF provides all sities were to implement SASS can see if students have met.
"If the prefix numbers are differ- 1988 and since then,three colleges staff time through Academic Affairs each year, Yellen said. UF got it prerequisites. In addition, SASS
ent than the numbers here at the began using it, including business the colleges and the during the last year. can be used for administrative pro-
University of Florida, the SASS administration,journalism and lib- Registrar's office. The SASS net Since the College of Business cesses and tasks such as determining
program will not pick up on that," eral arts and sciences. work and workstations have already Administration mailed its first whether a student should be
Padgett said. "So we have to go in "SASS will be made available to been installed in each of the SASS printouts to business majors placed on or taken off academic
and tell the program which courseit all undergraduate colleges as soon academic departments. this fall, the college has receivedan probation,Johnson said.
substitutes for." as resources permit the staffs of Although SASS recently came to increased number of requestsfor Business majors aren't as con
For more than a year, the jour the colleges to be trained," said UF, Florida's other public univer- advising appointments, said fused as journalism majors be-
nalism school has been modifyingthe Victor Yellen, UPs academic sup- sities have been working with it Donna Johnson, administrative cause they receive two pages
SASS program to fit its require- port systems director. since the mid 1980s. According to computing consultant for the col explaining the printouts.
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Classifications o How to place a ,1BDR WALK IN CLOSET, Village Will A Rmmt Avail I Now! F N/S Own Rm COMPUTER with disk drive and software

800 NW '18 Ave., take 9 St N from 16 Ave. full ba, washer, dryer Oxford Manor Rent for programming data processing ,.
classified ad : Office: 411 NW 15 SI. 371.7777. 22710' Nego Call 377.8034. 22155 spreadsheets, college studies, and recreat
2 on. Must sell $125 obo. Call 3761430.
1 For Rent Furnished
h In Person: Williamsburg Village N/S/ student for 22346

2 For Rent Unfurnished 2bdr house and 2bdr apt, 3 bike from UF, turn twnhte, 6mo lease, $240/mo +1/2
Cash check, MC or VISA. Couch & love seat $80, 2 sleepers, $50 &
both completely remodeled, some util util, 1blk from Shanda/UF 3364257 2
r 3 Mobile Homes The Alligator Office paid. $350 and $260 Call David 373 2375 $100, Escort radar $85 110 gal. marine

For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave 8022. aquarium w/cast Iron stand, fully set. up
w/exotc/ fish $550, OBO on all 335 9870
M.F 8am-4 pm F nto share 2br 1 b townhouse In quiet
4 Sublease House/Apt./ One Block from campus Very Large room, tw area 165 1/2util close to UF and Iv. message. 2.22-3.6

Main BookstoreHub nice house, cable in room, SW area, Shands prefer mature person 378-5627
5 Roommates Customer Service Desk $195/mo I / utilities Included Greg 376.3291 Evenings 2.21.5-5

6 For Sale M.F8am.430pm 2-28-10-2 I COMPUTERMagnovox
Female***** S.ml.cool, semi-quiet
7 Real Estate Reitz Union, Cash er's Office WINDMEADOWS APTS. person old house downtown own br, 286 12 Mhz, 40MB ((28ms)
Hard Drive, I 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB),
M-F8am-9pm.Satnoon 1.2, A 3 Bedroom gotta like animals $125/mth March to 7
8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 35 1.44mb Floppy Drive, 14" VGA Color
Pool, Tennis, Laundry Laura 373 4495. 2 22 5 5
Monitor (.31 dot pitch). 6.btt t VGA switch
27'2' SW 34th SI. *** 373.3558
9 Autos Medical Bookstore ShandsM able video card, MS.DOS, 4 01 GWB
Need health NS F roommatefor
F. Sam 430pm DOS Tutorial 1 $1589.
10 Wanted Sum. look asic, yr. warranty
WILLIAMSBURC APTS. Fall 80 and pref B, want to

11 Services By Mall: AVAILABLE NOWIII for 2bdr/2ba (turn apt. Call 395.8109 Nowl I

Use forms appearing weeklyIn 1,2 TH & 3 Bdrms. 2203.5 PANASONIC 1124

12 Typing Services the Alligator Sorry no cash by Pool, Laundry roommate Letter Quality Printer, 2 yr warranty Best
Graduate student needs to
mall I MC, VISA or checks only 1 Block to UF/Shands printer! $305.
13 Help Wanted 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376.1253. share fancy SW 2bdr apt near UF, quiet,

14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND $165 ft 1/2 utll. 373-8310. 22035
Payment by VISA or Mastercard MOUNT VERNON APTS.
15 Personals ONLY Five dollar minimum 1 ft 2 Bedrooms Room for rent In a 3bd 2bath house. Latest full version students and faculty
QUill, fireplace! Pets ( size) OK
16 Connections M F830 4pm. PoolLaundryClose cozy any only $135.
to UF/Shands $175/mo & utl Sign lease not required.

17 Notices 2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372.5389 Call 375.7978. 2235.5
o How to correct ELITE #335-1300

18 Rides F N/S Pref cheap rent neg. share util, 2

cancel your ad : MODERN TOWNHOUSE pools, etc, Bellamy Forge own room, privacy MICRO CENTERComputers 376.1146Ed

: 19 Pets 2 blks to UF NW 3rd Ave. 2bdr 1 1/2 ba quiet. Bill 373.8814, 22025 tors choice CompuAdd Northgate

20 Lost & FoundJ Cancellations: cent dishwasher $365 S dep. & last H P. Price same or lower than mail
for studious but N/S/ order. Systems below include 1mb, 40mb
Call 373.F IND Mon Fn, 8. 4 pm mo. 377.6510. 2.223.22BRIBA Searching outgoing
No refunds be male rmmts) to look for comfortable apt ((28ms), graphics monitor, .
can given
quad unit, available summer to share fall '90or/ summer Howard MC 286/12.11195, Packard Bell $1295,
395.7256. MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20
Alligator errors: poss longer. Fireplace, ac, dishwshr,
When will your ad run? $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery
Check your ad the FIRST day .it runs $310. Call Sue or Beth 3350213. 2.23.5IBDR
2 own room/ba furnished $1999 CompuAdd 810 w/ 20mb & graph.
Call 373 FIND with any corrections be.
,', townhouse, washer/dryer/ etc. $200/mo Ics monitor $970. 1 & 3 year warranties.
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE noon FOR THE FIRST DAY apt; fans, cent ht/air; carpet; mini, 335.3B89. 2.26-6.5 Onsite warrant es. Panasonic 1180 printer

DAYS after they are placed. THt AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor. vertical blinds; on bus, near UF, $275, $185, HP laser Jet lip $1049 4110 SW
including water. 3730701. GOOD DEAL: Spyglass own bdr, bath 34th St. / 308 W Univ Ave. 4.30-65-6
Ads mailed in or placed at the rected ads will be extended one day walk.In closet, micro, alarm, fully furnished .

Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given alter dishwasher, $200 p/m and 1/3 Bikes & More, Inc. Large selection of
placing the ad. Changes called in after MOBILE HOMES: util 335.S870 Iv. mess 2-22.3.5 used bikes $55 & up w/warrsnty
THREE days to appear Ads the I first day will not be compensated. Kryplolok $18.119. 2t33 NW 6th SI. 373.

may run (for any length of time 3 FOR RENT/SALE Need 1, 2 or 3 rmmts for 3bd/2ba apt In 6574 222106KOKOMAMA

and be cancelled at any time. Customer error or changes: Three Oaks, just 4 blks to campus, microwave .
Corrections must be made in person at 1986 14x60 Mobile home for sale/rent paddle fans, w/d facilities Call 378
Sorry, but there can be no refuids The Alligator office BEFORE NOON cated In Gainesville Call 462.4292. 221 1655. 3510.5

for cancelled ads. There will be a $2.00 correction fee 53 Imports from Africa Beauty suppl es,

Mention this ad and get 20% off select
clothing. Good thru Feb. 615 W Univ 336.
SUBLEASE: 9397. 2.23-8.6
Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more
4 HOUSE/APT. brands are all at our New Location! Car Ticket For Sale 1 way to Seattle. March 1

FOR RENT: FOR RENT: UNFURN. Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St 372 Call 336-8672.
Oxford Manor, 2bdr/2ba/ Save $, Call now 2070. 4.30.75-6

1 FURNISHED 2 room efficiency, 1 blk from UF, 1834 NW 336.1781 Lv. message Lean machine, complete exercise systemin
'tat Ave, Apt C, 3/4 util incl $185/mo. CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS Is the oldest your home, $300, excel cond.. 468.
Century 21 John Merril Inc 372.1495. 2- Sun Bay ((712' SW 16 Ave 313)) spacious best and lowest priced car stereo 2785 call before 9pm 2.23-6.6
WIND .lEADOWS, 1 bdr (turn, sublet, near 2332 unf br/1 ba new carpet,2 pools until 8/90. store In town 372.2070, 2201 NW 13 St

pool 3n-3558 apt 98 1 Available' now Feb. free. $280/mo Call 4-30-75.8 Electric Guitar Peavey

314 NW 14th St 2 bdr/lba, 2 blks from 392.9306. Patriot Mint Condition Hard
Adult Student' Wanted for own rm in clean UF, $285/mo. Century 21. John Merril Inc Rockford, Foagate, Yamaha, Pioneer, Case Digital Tuner Cables

quiet NW G villa home $230/mo Covers. 372.1495. 2.23.3-2 CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL. Nice 2bd2baapt Infinity Kicker, Code Alarm The Best $250.373-57'5. 2.22-5.6
all bills No deposit 371-7703 Lv Msg. 2 Camelot unfurn Fireplace, barbeque Car Sterlo Installers In town. Car Stereo

205.1 Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the pool, view. $550/mo. 373-4696 anytime to Go 375-1834 430756 APARTMENT SIZE DRYER 110 VOLT

price of one. Pool, tennis, sauna, wt room. 31104 $95
Treehouse 2bdr/2ba F needed, .
Village SW RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable remnants
Stonerldge Apts 3800 34 St. 375. 3752731.
exe rmmtes, transp provided to UF and 1121. 4.30.45-2 Sublet 2bdr apt until Apr. SO $300/mo ft for your dorm or apartment We deliver .

SFCC, wash/dry, $175/mo./ 375.5384 Angela util. Feb Free Now available Homestead ) R.Y'I Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave Matching couch & loveseat $95 Recliner

32.10'1Availeble 1 INCREDIBLE Apt 392.3850 or 335-5493 after' 6pm 3. 3775265. 8 blocks E. of campus 2.23. $40 Waterbed rails $15 Yamaha Key.

Efficiency Apt 1.94Sublease 136 board $140' Lotus elect guila $100.I 336
Now: Across Tlgert All Utilities

Paid For, Central Heat/Air PHI 371.3608. Starting at $235/2 at $185 Bedroom 1 Ibdr/unf. Camelot 0101. Closeto CAR ALARMS Installed remote control 8954

1236 SW 4th Ave. Starting CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE Law Sch/Publix, pets ok. Quiet, any car truck or van fully guaranteed will engagement ring. Excellent diamond '

110 NW 39th Ave $279/mo/ (org $379/mo ) Call to Park 335 demo. Call 336.9193 student message 33kt $450 OBO 336.9804 leave
378.3988 6233 avail now (until July). 2-22.3.4 2-28-34.6 message Have receipt and papers 223
375.3861 56
1 bdr Pine Rush February free Lease
4 30 70 2 COMPUTERPackard
2 UNFURNISHEDWalk through April 30. $257.month call 376 7 REAL ESTATEPRIME
1573 or 392-8182 office Jack. 22654 Bell 288, 12mhz, 40mb hard
Check Our New Specials'All drive 5.25" 1.2 3.S* 1.44
floppy, floppy,
BDR $270 ,
to Santa FE CC,
Amenities hi-rea color monitor UF LOCATIONI I 15 room house
1 1mb ram, vga lyr
2 BDR $335, NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. FURNISHED UNFURNISHED 5 ROOMMATES warr, 4 mths on'site, $1849, call 335- CH/AC. Good condition) Rented In,
'Plul LMR. Pool, laundry, no cats or dogs Roommates Available veslment/tralernlty/other/ $130,000
Santa Fe Trace Apts 378.1190. 4.30.75Oak We're No. 1 378.68520wn.r, 3-7-427
REGENCY OAKS 2bdr/lba/ Jacuzzi, sauna, wt room, huge Car Alarms, Autopage, Chapman Home
378-5768 TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2 BA, eat in
Sansul Sh.r.wood
and Car Stereo Pioneer,
Glade Apts Near UF ft VA, quiet pool, 1/2 ml to UF, $230/mo for own room
Archer Road For.
3230 SW kitchen tennis washer dryer,
and more. We Beat All Prices! pool, ,
washer/dryer available In most units for & 1/2 cable & util 372-2857, Dennis 2
Bath COUNTRY GARDENS 373.3754, 4.30-69-8 est of Unicorn, NW area, easy financing
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B2B, 1 & 2 28205
$250.$350, see & Imr, 372.6422. 4.30. 373-4500 3745401. 3121.7
75.2 2001 SW 16th Street Nonsmk m/f to share 2bd bth apt walking Ladles 12'speed bike for sale Hunter REAL ESTATE LICENSE
___ distance UF $110 month & 1/3 utilities Brand Excellent condition Call 373
WALK TO UFIII Studios $210 ,1BD $235 Sat. classes start 2-24 $175.
SPACIOUSONE Call 376 1283 for details 22055 0017 LIKE NEW 2 21 3-6 .
APT 2BD $285. College Park Properties: 411 1 Appraiser'state certified 2 27-90
BEDROOM The Florida Center 3712787. 2.22.10./.
NW 15 St. 371.7777 227 '102 .
ONLY $280/MO. Roommate Wanted to share 3br/2ba Antique Piano 1906 Upright Spinet, very

LYONS APT Condo In Sparrow on Tower Road good condition, plays great, perfect for
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-3797 DUCK POND AREA t75/mo & 1/3 util Call Drew at 332.8436 beginners, $750 OBO Call 372.3913. 2. Classifieds. 1 Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street leave message 2-20.5.5 23.4.8 Continued on next page.
$235 Month Phone 377.2815.

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sale-Time share condominium located WRITE, WE TYPE Typing/Word Processing. Quality dependable -
at Daytona beach. FL at Sunrise Business Legal Personal Reports service. Reasonable rates. Laser
beach club 1212 N Atlantic Ave unit 11 Professional Moving/Packing A Supplies. Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. printer. 377-8175 til 9:00pm.: 3-16-35-12
17th week sleepsy, Call 3766847. 2-23- 1ltemHouse full. Local/Lng dlst. Llc/lns. GVille Handicapped Typing
6-7 1233 NW 10th Ave. Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE. 4- 378-7179. GATOR TYPING Fast, Accurate, Low
372-1664 30-75-11 4-30-75-12 Rates. Quality laser printing. Discounts
MC/VISA/lnsurance avail. Days, eves, wKnds. 373-4564. 2-
8 MOTORCYCLES Free Pregnancy Member Test *FREE* Typing reports business legal A 28-16-12
resumes cassettes transcribed applications -
1985 Interceptor. Runs great, excellent National Abortion Federation Pregnancy Test letters notary Aetc.Available Typing/Wordprocesslng, WordPerfect
condition extras 19003736397. 220. 4307511SEXUALLY Gainesville Women's 24 hours/7 days3722777. 4-30-75-12 5.1, quality work, fast results low rates,
5-8 HEALTH CENTER dependable, personal service. Tara 332-
TRANSMITTED DISEASE? 720 NW 23rd Avenue Typing $1.00 pg. min. $5.00. Reports. 1469. 4-30-54-12
Get confidential testing and treatment at 3775055ABORTION Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List.
9 AUTOSAUTO PLANNED PARENTHOOD 3770881. 4- and Wordproceislng Legal, theses -
(To 24 Wks) WCS 917 NW 13th 3739822. 4-30-75- Typing
anneeneas 30.75.11 BIRTH CONTROL 12 dissertations, etc. Professional qual-
INSURANCE LOW RATES at Or- Gynecology Services ity ft reliable service. Call Nancy.
ange & Blue Insurance. Drive thru In Butler AAA STORAGE 4-30-71-11 1 MICRO CENTER/ Typing 336-4936. Full 3722750. 2-23-13-12
Plaza. We care. Call ui lit. Close to UF, Convenient ft self service computing.. Typing starts &
377CARS. 2-23-10-9 4x4x4 lS/mo/ MOVING? 1.50/pg Resumes $6 Self service TLC for your papers, projects, theses,
4x8x8 $25/mo R.sourceluillud.nt wfull size truck will resumes $2.50/hr .IS/page. Laser etc. Pro wp, Mac 2, Isserl Graphics sp.
Colt '85- Sspd. 4 door, a/c dependable, 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 beat any price In town.336-9461. 3-8-30- typeset graphics spell check theses chk., reasonable, nts, wknds, 373-9619.
good condition 86K miles MUST SELL. 4.30.75-11 papers special characters employment 2-20-10-12
$1900. Call 376-0512. 2-21-7-0 11ONE databases mailmerge training.
** GATOR MOVING ** STOP DENTISTRY WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. 4-30- TYPING Near Butler Plaza. Fast Ser
1987 Ford LX Cruise tilt air
Tempo Accepting new 65-12 vice. $1.25 double space. Call 3738387.
AM/FM Cassette PS, PB, like new 5- Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packlng ,1- pta emerg. 2-27-15-12
Adult $ child
cleaning 30. $20
Item/Hse Full. Days/Eves. Long dis.
$5800 obo. Call Rich 335-6143
speed ONE PENNY PER WORD Word PerfectS.Oeditproofspell
Lie/Ins. H.rrytBiII374-4791. 4-30.75.11 ((4)wisd) tee $325. ((3)wiad) tee $250
Iv message. 2-20-5-5 ((2)wisd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide all work guaranteed- Word proc/thesis-dlss SpecialistGrad
Accept MC.V.AE. 2.28.1911Probl.m. English B.A. Ripp 376-3649. 2-20-5-12 sch exp.Equations.Tables
71 VW Westphalia Camper, Ford V 6 engine Laser.Graphlcs Spell.PudelCall /
no rust great cond., $1750, 332- boarding woodser facilities Put It In Writing. Fast Accurate Reliable Word Express at 373-0395. 2-28-15-
6561. 2-23-5-9 hay rides parties sales' working In Math? Then call Greg. Professional
Service. Masters In Will correct 12
and Reliable
students accepted. 488-3224, 3758080. Tutoring offered.
spelling ft edit 24-hrs 3731937. 220712 -
1987 VW Cabriolet 5-spd cherry red w/ Tlf. 377-7415 Leave measage. 220.511

blk top. Perfect engine. 60,000 miles, 13 HELP WANTEDNeed
adult driven. All service records. $9700 PRO DJ SERVICEIII! TYPING Great Typing) English maj/ret. court rptr

3356813. 2-20-5-9 Lots of exp., pro equip., plenty o' tunes. 19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel. volunteers for a 2 week study of anew
For the most fun, call CJ at 3758483. .
12 SERVICES spellg/proofg a From $1.25 Call Jill
psoriasis medication. 331-5379. 3-
80 Dodge OMNI fastback Sports model, 2-20-10-11 3779908. 22824.12
exc/cond cold air, 4-spd $975. 372-6973 15-20-13
from 8-Spm M-Sat. 2-20-4-9 Credit Card guaranteed acceptance no On-Campus Typing. $2 per page Pick-up SCRIBE SERVICES Computer/Laser
Soccer Coaches needed for spring sea
security deposit write S. Marion 1100 and Del. avail. Most Fonts! Graphics, Typing Graphics, Editing & Publication
VOLVO 1979 4speed AC, AM-FM radio, Tudor Dr. Dept. A-1, G'ville, 32607. 3-8- Styles. Call 395-8424 Ask for Mike/lve Design 818 W. Univ. Ave. 3776170. 2- son. Call. YMCA 376-7172 for mor.lnfor.m.tlon.
excellent condition $2850 Tel. 336-3961. 20.11 mssg. 2-20-5-12 22-20-12

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1982 Honda Accord 4dr Sspd 84500ml. A ----------- ------10t
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good car for the money, $2200 obo. All
offers considered please call 3959633. I

2-21-5-9 Alligator Classifieds373FIND I

JEEP CJ5 v8 4wd: a 71 with low mlg,
maps roll bar and soft-topnot( Included). 1 i I

2-21-S-9 Everything works $999. Bob, 338-0921. I I :c I I I :

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CAR BUYERS: I graduated from
Florida In 84. Now I own my own Com BUY IT. SELL IT. FIND IT. ar

pany. I will reveal to you what car dealers 1 I I I I I I I = 1
desperately don't want you to know about Alligator Classifieds allow products, services, Jobs, etc. to be listed in a
buying car. For info write to: Consumer "directory to make it easier for readers to find your ad. A simple form
Auto Consultants/Auto/ Buyers' Club of f
Florida/2215 SE 14th Ave., Suite 56, explains the step-by-step manner in which to place an ad and will help 1 I fr I I I 1
Ocala FL 32671. 2-21-5-9 you determine the cosL Our Classified Advertising staff will be happy to J
advise .
you.Ailigatcr 1 I I'I 1
72 Porsche 914 new paint recent new i
engine, am/fm cass, needs clutch,$2000. 1 I I I 1
Call 377-5535 Iv. message. 2-22-5-9 Classlfleds may be placed In a number of ways: I

1 1 [ I I I I Jg = 1
1982 TOYOTA SR5 4X4 pickup excel 1. If you have a valid Mastercard or Visa, you can place your ad by '! i-c oE ;;;
cond. new 31' tires, ps/pbffm stereo telephoning 373-FIND between 8:00: and 4:00: pm. 1 r. 1
must see, will sell for a firm 2500. Call I"m"
Mike I I I I I I
378-1976. 2-22-5-9 2. You can mail l your Alligator Classified form (with check, money order.

81 Datsun 310 excellent condition.Clean or Mastercard/Visa Information no cash, please) to: 1 I I I I I f > 1

dependable AM/FM air.' Great deal J 5
$1295. 375-8061 Must see. 2-28-5-9 Alligator Classifieds .. .

PO Box 14257Gainesville I !
Is It True You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 1
through the U.S. Government? Get the FL 32604 I f I I I ii
facts today! Call 1-708-742-1142 Ext. 0 1
688. 3. You can place your ad in person by coming to our office at 1105 W.
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University Ave., between 8 am and 4 pm,weekdays. Our trained friendly 1 i f = 1

Cadillac 1980 Cadillac yellow power leather windows Interior ft, needs locks, staff will be glad to help you with your ad. I I I I I I

brakes & tune up no reasonable offer I I I I I I r I ;
r.fused.374.8141. 2-23-4-9 4. You can place your ad In person at one of The Alligator's convenient 1 1

"remote" locations.ON + I Iso ... ...

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Local Artist needs: GOLD Gems Class Location Dar Hours 'I
Rings ETC. Top $ or trade. Ozzie's Fine 1 I I I I I 3 1

Jewelry' 373-9243. Main Bookstore, Hub 1 I I gI I I .I

We buy Cruiser Bikes Bikes & More, Inc. Customer Service Desk M-F.8am-4pm. I I. I I I I '
1 1
2133 NW 6th St. 3736574. Gator Cycle Medical Bookstore Shands M F 8 4
am pm I I I I I I
3321 Archer Rd. 3733962. Buy Sell Trade OFFICE USE ONLYSp.

.Rent 2-22-10-10 Reltt Union, Cashier's Office M-F 8 am 9pm C I.CASHCK.

Wanted Female to drive elderly, womanto Room 118 . . r Sat t. Noon 0 pm 1 I I I I I I Reo. B,_: 1

: Grocery Store Dr. Appointments etc. Sun Noon 5 pm 1 1
Call 335-2739 or 371-4744. 2-21-5-10
'y. {check ime'x;>:;- :-f< RATES >I> :>
-, Energetic articulate student for childcare Please use !this form to place Alligator Classifieds. Please follow !these
2-4 days per wk 2:30pm: Into evenings. instructions exactly. Be careful to include everything you wish to say. Request 1 _1. For flint: Furnished _11. Services (Circle one) 1
NONSMOKER own car with seatbalts. -2. For Rent: Unfurnished _12.Typing Services
for changes after the ad has been ordered must be considered a 1 Diy$4.00
Must be available summer $3.75hr. 377- _So Mobile H.. / .Hilp wanted ; 7:00:
new advertisement. THERE CAN BE NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS 1 MeuseApt.S. 2 O'Y 1
4. Sublease
2-23-5-10 _
0900. Business Personals
AFTER PLACING THE AD. In the event of an error, The Alligator is _Roommates. _II. Personals 3 D.y._9.00

responsible ONLY for the FIRST insertion. Do not use foreign language, 1 (. For Sale __1I.Connections 4011.00 1
11 SERVICESNW double-entendres. or manner of address which identifies the addresseeto 1 =7. Real Estate. 17.: Notices:: 5 0'Y8_ ..00AMItfeml 1

a third party. The acceptance Of payment with advertising copy does _I.Motorcycles _II. Rides Dm
Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave not constitute a binding agreement on the part of' The Independent 1 _I. Auto 11. Pets. 112.1119 sash 1
Oaks Mall area, 5. 5 to 10 x 20 from
near _I@Wanted _
20. Lo.tl
Florida Alligator publish said copy. The Independent Florida Alligator Found _days 1-
$20,10% disc to sudents.. 3328917. 4307511 -
? reserves the right to act as a sole judge of the suitability of' any adver- 1 C IIASTERCARO C VISA DATE: A..III..01I1.. .. 1
tising copy submitted'for publication and reserves the right to edit,revise, S1.IOseek enseach day
HOUSESITTING SERVICES experienced delay, or reject any advertising copy submitted. _Add1 Ras 1_
very responsible sitter. References -
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0& CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The Plus Notes-We are expanding to other A HAWAIIAN VACATION OR BIG
: PC .89CONGRATULATIONS Independent Florida Alligator, Must own colltgai. We are seeking responsible, SCREEN TV PLUS RAISE
a reliable van or pick-up truck and be avail. honest,motivated people or lulltime managerial $$$$ IN JUST 10 DAYS!!!
able from Sam until Bam Monday through position. Great career opportunities Objective: Fundraiser
Friday. Must have excellent driving record competitive salary, and benefits. If Commitment: Minimal
and valid Florida driver license. Pay Interested, Please call 3716954. 2-23- Money: Raise Big $$$
ON YOUR INITIATION per route plus mileage. Apply at the Alligator 10-13 Cost: Zero Investment
offices 1105 West University Ave Campus organizations, clubs
nue. Ask for the route driver application.No Computer Operator/Secretary: Part-time frats, sororities call OCMC1.800.932.05281.800.950.8472ext
calls,please.Affirmative Action/Equal position. WordPerfect 5.0, mail merge 10
) Opportunity Employer. and programming. Hours and salary ne 220213BE
WE gotiable. Call Girls Club for Renae or
AVON 375-8987 Maria 3734475. ((0.00-8:00)) 2-27-10-13 ON T.V. many needed lor commercials .
Sell Avon Full or Part-time. We Train. Now hiring all ages For casting
; A.T.D.T. aw Benefits Insurance. 4-30-75.13 CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN for Info. Call ((615)) 779-7111 Ext. T235. 2-
m Roadway & drainage design, 1 yr. mini 20-1-13
EARN $35 mum CAD experience, good benefits &
w LOVE This week for new donors for 2 plasma pleasant working conditions, send resume Wanted Immediately: College campus
donations on our new automated ma- by 2/28/90 to Trl-County EngineerIng rep. Strelt's Honda,Kawasaki,Yamaha is
chines. Special bonus programs each PO Box 2541, Belleview. Fl. 32620 looking for a part time college campus
s YOUR SISTER OF AEOAE > month. Free refreshments' free parking. (EOE) 2-27-10-13 representative to work now until June 30,
u.1 Experienced staff serving you since 1969. 1990. Applicants should be a jr. or sr.
a Call or stop by Gainesville plasma, 238 COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE for the sum marketing major w/3.0 GPA. Must possess -
SW 4th Ave. 378-8431 Mon-Frl' 8-7 Sat. mer. Outstanding brother/sister sports excellent communication & time
< D AE4 AFd ADO < AI 8-2. 4-30-73-13 camps on 22ml! lake near On Golden mgmt.skills. Responsibilities Incl: coordination
Pond'site seeks staff.All trans pd. Interviews of sales promotion & displays, developing
availl. Roblndel (girls) 215-684- sales, & customer Interface.
I The Incomparable Arthur by Anthony LedermanF 3326, Wlnaukee (boys) 914-696-1833. Applicant will be a liaison betwn. student
35.1313 will be
body a Strelt's Honda. Payment a
brand new Honda Motor Scooter.Call Mr.
NO OME'S Part-time clerical, word-processing, filing Jones.376.2637 for appt. 2-23-4-13
WHOI1t IS Mont R.leoMt mornings M-F non-smoker prefer
NtW, CoME qualifier for 'ccwep 3.+ gp, Spanish. Part time stock person,apply in person at
.', 6-1JI.tA1ER. F 7nr 376-9696. 2-22-5-13 Robbinson's Market, 1220 NE 8th Ave.
gR1HVRt "" 2-28-7-13
Summer Jobs Outdoors. Over 5,000
I, Openings! National Parks Forests, Fire
$ Crews.Send stamp for free details. 113 E Classlfleds. .
j Wyoming 13 Kalispell. MT 59901. 6-20- Continued on next page.

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WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS, make a long story short-at E Z Tennis, Union Barber Shop-ground floor.Appointments DEAL $2.89 dell sandwich special
CANTON MAIN. we don't match prices, we beat them. HOT SWIMWEAR for busy students. Walk-Ins w/free/ '18oz drink BAGELS UNLIMITED
One of America' most prestigious campi Tennis balls are still $'.88, limit 2. 34 St. arriving dallyl) Womens bikinis by Gotcha welcome. '10 expert stylists 392-1610. 3- '1620 W Univ. Open 7am to 7pm. 2-23-8-
seeks creative dynamos for staff positions 2-21-5-15 Raisins, Cat. Praline & Ipanema Wear 14-20-15 15
June '18 thru Aug ,18, for tennis, Mens surfwear also by Gotcha Qulkailver
waterfront position, gymnastics, Look Your Best Everyday! & morel Lloyd Clarke Sports 1504 NW GOING TO MARDI GRAS? Late nits fun at Alley Katz. Bowling bil.
dance/drama, camp crafts/ropes' art office Call Katie at Omega Electrolysis, Inc. for 13th St. 222.3.5MondaYIFrldayl WEAR ORANGE TO THE TUCKS PA- liards & beer. Look In the PaperMmt for
kitchen, maintenance and many Info about the PERMANENT removal of RADE ON SAT 2/24..LOOK FOR THE coupons. Lanes available Mon-Thurs after
other positions. If you think you're tops, unwanted facial & body hair. 374.4307. thru Feb. 25 a !financialaid FLOAT IN-TUCKS-ICATD U.F. FROM 9pm. 2215.15
Reply at: 130 S Merkle Rd, Columbus 4-30-75-15 counselor will hold one hour sessions N.O.
Ohio 43209. 3-2-10-13' in 208 Anderson to help YOU with YOUR 2-224-15 SHOE SALEon
Good tennis shoes under $30; tennis financial aid application and answer questions -
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/ $9 hr finishers (non-union)
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CAMPS-MASS NEW ENGLAND Counselor BROTHER/SISTER Positions for Pizza Hut4/Rock 104 Basketball Bonanza

program specialists: Team Sports, Ten
nis; Performing Arts; Waterfront Inquire:
Mah-Kee-NacBoys( ), 190 Linden Ave,
Glen Ridge NJ 07028. Danbeegirls( ), 16
Horseneck Road, Montville NJ 07045.
Come into Gainesville Pizza Hut location
Please call 1-800-776-0520. 4-18-48-13 : any : area

: midnight, March 7th, and sign up for our
Handicapped Student needs part time Basketball Bonanza competition. Teams will compete:
aide for AM hrs, good pay for right person
377-6378. 2-20-3-13 against each other in games: such "Bobbins: for Mini-

Balls," "Burled Treasure" and other exciting and hilarious

BUSINESS .relays using Pizza Hut's Mini Basketballs. No purchase,

14 PERSONALSCOMPUTERS De.pQ talent or skill is required. Teams are comprised of two

O d p.r daring and adventurous people: who would love: to spend

terminals i pc's buy, sell, time in the Bahamas. You and your teammate could win
trade rent & repair. Great prices, QUALITY one of the: following:
CDCS 818 W Univ. 338-0378. 4-30-
75-14' .Ce 7 day and 6 night trip for four ((4)) to Bluff House Club

and Marina at Green Turtle Cay in the Bahamas including
How to study' for exams and pass. Study
plan shows how to handle your toughest 60c roundtrip airfare by Comair, plus pizza for a year for all
course (even II you have to cram I) Send four of you.
$3 and a SASE to B. Jones, PO Box Free roundtrip airfare: for two ((2)) by Comair Weekend
14252, Gainesville, Fl 32604. 2-20-5-14' Traveler to anywhere in Florida Comair flies: plus pizza for

Going out of men's apparel business. All a year for two.
POLO by Ralph Lauren starting at $11.25." Free roundtrip airfare for two ((2)) by Comair WeekendTraveler :
Everything must gal Marc Downs Apparelat to anywhere in Florida Comair flies.
Newberry Crossing 4 Gator Plaza. 3- av
00 D Basketball Bonanza to be: held on Saturday, March 10 at
the Pizza Hut* restaurant: at 3515 S.W. Archer Road in '

Same day, Next day. Gainesville. Team check-in is at 9.00; a.m., the first relay
Many Styles & Fonts. Editing
PC lab 17 ST. a Univ. 372.6500. starts at 9:30: a.m. Rules, regulations, and game: descrip-

4-23-5-14 tions available at all Pizza Hut locations in Gainesville.:
5 Convenient Locations in Gainesville
with STRIKE the PC GOLD Lab Gold Card Hurry and register at any Pizza location. The first

unlimited use ol computer & software 2109 NW 13 St. 372-5295 2320 NW 43rd St. 373-6699 five teams to register will receive a free Pizza Hut Mini-
$99/4/ months. 372-6500 2-23.5.14 Basketball and two free: Personal Pan Pizza certificates.
7608 NW 8th Ave 332-4383 Route 441 & I-75 462-5900

Marketing Product Manager Progressive 3515 SW Archer Rd. 376.1681For
rapidly growing biotechnology service
company based in Ocala seeks an individual FREE Delivery Call 2436 N. Main St. 338.1776 & R.Q !ilQ1 L1fl4til! armk
to join our marketing team. Life science Campus 374.4440 ATHE CCMVPC71QN'
degree and research lab experience
desired. Some overnight travel required.
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sistance, national, advertising/litersture sales team support development new- Medium I Medium Specialty Pizza :

product development/evaluation. To arrange I
for a confidential Interview, pleasecall :
Cheese Pan Pizza
Gene Platter, V.p. sales/Mktg/ at 904-
351-1133' or send a resume to: P.O. Box $

3565 Ocala, FL 32678. 2-26.5.14 $699' $999 0 $8oOHE 12oTWO !

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Cheese Lover's Plus '" a Supreme I
MAKE MONEYWe Additional toppings only 1.49 a Pepperoni Lover's""Pizza e Bar-B-Q I
buy & sell good used clothing.Call cover BOTH pizzas!
Second Act. 3738527. 4-30-75-15' n Xfcf food throufh, wta// / e. Good pMklplttn HIM Humounce.
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Natural Foods and Vitamins : Team Captain Name:

Birkenstock Sandals. ,' .
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87 SW 34th St. 372.7482

4-30-75-15 : 2nd Member's Name:
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tennis, running SHORTSI E Z Tenniz. 2- : I and my Team partner hereby acknowledge that I fully understand and will
21-5-15' I obey all rules and regulations" forth for this competition and will not hold .
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UF's star longjumperhas .',:; ;, '." ;., -"':
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baseball column.In when he's competingBy e
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clutches a copy of The Baseball Register.The Alligator Writer 'fi'R'>::'';r\4.. }>;t'.

..!* one wearing the Brewers cap has a drink in Concession stand owners across the J : ..'
front of him. Southeastern Conference are going to learnin a "

The scene depicts baseball team ownersin a hurry to cringe when UF long jumper '&" z.jr '> ",
their natural habitat-negotiations. With Dion Bentley pushes the play button on his .
Major League Baseball's spring training Walkman.
lockout heading into Day 6 today,the discus- That's because no hot dogs will be sold 4.::-
sion of impending doom for the 1990 season and no drinks gulped when the freshman V

has begun."So long jumper goes through his pre-jump rit-

what are we going to do if the playersgo uals and prepares for takeoff. Yc
on strike?" one asks. "I mean, I've got a Bentley combines the talent and the ex- :>1 .-

lot of money at stake here, you know, and I plosiveness that can make an entire crowd .'i.' :4.' \,, ,>,/,,." "
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don't think any of us want to see our teams stop everything even hold its breath 4" : ', :,;: ./;'.
get hurt." every time he toes the runway.
"He's capable of having just a great ca-
*Jason Davis reer," UF track and field coach John Webb
said. "There's no limit on how far Dion
FIELD Bentley can go..
And if his first meet as a Gator is any
indication of what the future holds, there
It's the age-old baseball argument. Players could be a trail of blue faces following each

want more money and the management Bentley appearance. In his UF debut, Bent-
doesn't want to give it to them. ley soared 26 feet, 5 inches topping

Here's the new twist: This particular Tennessee's Jason Grimes' 10-year SEC re-
smoke-filled room contains owners who are cord of 26-4.
-', on the players' side. And the lanky freshman has already set

These owners are the owners of fantasy his sights on even loftier targets, with the
league baseball teams.They can afford to be NCAAchampionship looming directly in the
on the players' side because they don't haveto bull's eye.
pay the $8 zillion a year being demandedby "To be honest, I was hoping I would
Baltimore Orioles benchwarmer Chris (break the record)," Bentley said. "I had
Myers. been jumping 26-6 for a while. But I still KEVIN WISNIEWSKI -ALLIGATOR
Actually, they can't afford not to be on the have to win the SEC, win nationals." Dion Bentley displays the SEC record of 26 feet, 5 Inches he set in the long jump.

players' side. They have to fork over their Bentley also has looked down the road a Bentley graduated-with honors-from The attention gets me hyped up," he
own money sometimes ranging into hun- bit, pointing to the 1992 Olympics in Barce- Pittsburgh's Penn Hills High as the top said. "You want to produce for your fans. I
dreds of dollars.An lona, Spain. And in an unnerving, matteroffact long-jumper in U.S. prep history. Bentley like pressure, I do well under pressure. AndI
estimated 10 million people nationwide manner ages ahead of his 18 years, soared 26-9 1/4 for the gold in the 1989 I put more pressure on myself than anyone
seriously get into this. Bentley rationalizes his chances at Olympic Pan-Am Junior Championships, which at- could ever imagine."
stardom."I tracts the top junior talent in the world to
In fantasy baseball, the owners put the His ability to come through when the
money in the pot, and draft a team of major hope to be there (in Barcelona)," he top Lewis' 1979 mark by nearly an inch. chips are down and the lights are on have
league players, keeping track of their com- said."I think I can do it,but I'll have to avoid Bentley also was named the 1989 Gator- many calling him the next Carl Lewis.
piled statistics in terms of points. The owner injuries." ade Circle of Champions Track and Field

with the most points wins the pot, which Such talk could be dismissed as idle chat- Athlete of the Year, and his exploits earned "As far as that Carl Lewis stuff, I'm not
often ends up being a significant wad of ter were it not for his prep accomplishments, him a slot on ABC's Wide World of Sports. ready for that," he said. "Nobody has done

dough. which rank right up there with those of And don't be fooled by his soft-spoken what he's done. Right now I just want to be

But they can't win any money if the players Olympic gold-medalist Carl Lewis at the manner Bentley enjoys the attention, Dion Bentley."
don't lace the cleats this
up season. same even thrives on it.
age. Carl Lewis should be so lucky.
And that's becoming more and more of a
possibility each day. If the players don't get
what they want, they'll make the lockout a

walkout"I guess we'll have to start drafting owners The losing streak continuesGators UPI Top 20

then," quipped UF student Eric Davidson, a The UN Bard 01 c.......'Top 20 1OIIege..b-.
WWII riling,with Act>ptsoe row end records
participant in a league of about 16 teams. In yerenthese total points
"We'll get points each time (New York Yan- let 13-point lead escape as Miami wins, 6259United etc.(ttIIII)In.: IMIIHII',::=! ,,Mnft' a.,-J foron4

kees owner) George Steinbrenner says, Brian Hogan scored what appeared to be a
Press International 1. Missouri ((38))((24-2))554 4
'We'll wait as long as we have to.'" game-tying three-point shot from the left base- 2. Kansas ( 1
They'll do it,too.Seriously.Fantasy league MIAMI To coin a phrase, the Up men's line. But officials said Hogan had stepped out of a. Georgetown (((25.21498 2
' owners are like that. basketball team managed to snatch defeat from bounds and disallowed the basket. 4.5. U LV (((22.4)428 415 5 7

The season can get pretty monotonous. the jaws of victory Monday night. UF dropped to 6-17, while Miami improved to e. Georgia Tech (l'8-4!298 11 12
7. Purdue 18-4 245
They play 162 games a year," said Dave Poor shooting from both the field and the 10-13. 6. ConnecticiA ((22-4))242 13
Parker, another student who was consider- free-throw line by the Gators late in the second Renaldo Garcia scored a career-high 22 pointsto 8. Syracuse ((18.5 230 3
half helped Miami erase a 13-point deficit and UF followed by 12 from Scott 10. MIChigan !)222 e
ing joining a fantasy league this season, but pace points Oklahoma 1,8-4( ) 174 10
is now wary of doing so in the event of a escape with a 62-59 victory over UF in front of Stewart and 10 from Stacey Poole. Thomas 12. Manlll ((21-4)) 184 8
I" player strike. The season gets more inter- 3,750 at the Miami Arena. Hocker scored 13 for Miami. 11 louisiana 51. ((20.5)) 130 8
laSalle 118 14
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esting when you have a personal stake in it, UF led 57-44 with 6:34: left to play and appearedto When the Gators' lead got to 13 57-44 15. Loulsvilia ((20.5 71 Z
but with this lockout thing, now I don't be headed toward ending its 11-game losing Miami began fouling to stage its comeback. UF 18.17 MIChigan Minnesota Stat 1 17-6 1-5 82 30 15 Z
know." streak. But the Gators could score only two couldn't convert the free throws, while the 18. Oregon 51. 18-4 25 1e
Maybe the UF baseball players can keep points the rest of the way and missed the front 'Canes made several key shots down the line. 1 10. (pie)New Mexico St 1-3 22 18Is.
1 (pie)Xavier(Ohio) ((21-2)) 22 18
that in mind when they step up to the plate end of four of five one-and-one situations to earn "A tremendous amount of credit has to go to a-sin arbadoa"r.
this season. Keep the RBI high and the ERA the defeat. Miami," said UF interim coach Don DeVoe. row Cle visom IB-
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These guys have statistics to compile. time with one second remaining, when guard throw line and we couldn't make the shots."

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