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I Morris 3 others cleared of gambling charges I

By MIKE DAME Athletic Director Bill Arasparger,who former UF kickers John David Francis and in that testimony given by freshman
and RON KASPRISKE Tuesday received the NCAA's "written con- Hank Rone, he decided that there was not quarterbacks Lex Smith and Donald Douglas -
firmation"of the players'restored eligibility, enough evidence to prove the two were Tuesday at Register's request- Smith
Alligator Staff Writers announced the NCAA's decision Wednes- involved in the bookmaking. He added he said Morris bet between $300 and $1,500per

UF quarterback Kyle Morris and three will not file charges against those who took week and on at least one occasion,
other football players, accused in Octoberof day."It's good to know everything is settled part in a 13-member fantasy football league. included a UF game on a betting slip as part

illegally placing bets with bookmakers, with the NCAA, and I can start spring prac- "Fantasy football is so widespread among of a three-game wager. But Morris later told
will not face criminal charges and have been tice Monday with my eligibility restored," athletes and the university campus, in the Smith he never placed the bet on the Gators,
officially reinstated by the NCAA, officials Morris said Wednesday in a prepared state- private sector and the government sector," according to the testimony.
announced Wednesday.State ment. Register said. "Everybody's playing it. I just Register said he decided to question

Attorney Len Register said he decided This whole matter has been a negative think it's inappropriate to single these ath- Smith and Douglas because they shared
to defer prosecution as long as the experience for myself and the university, letes out and try to impose some kind of hotel rooms with Morris and reserve quar-
players Morris, Shane Matthews, G.A. and I hope others will learn from the mis- criminal sanctions on them." terback Matthews last fall during road
Mangus and Brady Ackerman perform takes we made so some good can come out The actions came despite sworn state- games when they placed illegal bets by
30 to 50 hours of community service and of all this," the statement continued. "I do ments by teammates who said Morris gam- telephone.
cooperate with law enforcement officials In- want to emphasize one point I never bled as much as $1,500 a week on college Morris told UF investigators he placedsee
vestigating the Athens,Ga.-based bookmaking wagered on a Florida game." football and considered betting on the Ga
Gamble, page 5
operation that accepted their wagers. Register also said after he interviewed tors _

III Senate picks new leaders 1


Vision party mingles with senators_ during voteBy

surer-elect David :stern and rat biracusa,
all members of the Vision party, attendedthe
,, Alligator Writer meeting. Browne, Stern and Siracusa
\, Not a sound could be heard in the tense walked around the room,often whisperingto
senate chambers Tuesday night as votes senators or placing their hands on the
were tallied to determine the new senate shoulders of some while they were voting.
president.Just About half of the 68 senators at the
10 minutes before, senators lis- meeting are newly-elected. Most of the
t tened to brief speeches by the two candi- new senators are members of the Vision
dates for the spot. Then they talked party.
amongst themselves and got out pieces of Tompkins said that at a caucus before
paper to vote by secret ballot as four Vision the senate meeting, Vision party leaders
party leaders circulated the room. told their new senators they endorsed
The final vote was 38-29 in favor of Meyer for senate president and off-cam-
Vision Sen. Andrew Meyer who defeatedhis pus Sen. Liz Bowyer for senate presidentpro
only opponent, Sen. Chris Tompkins. tempore. Tompkins is a SUN party
4 member but said he supports the Visionsee
Student Body President-elect Michael

Browne, Student Body Vice President- Senate, page 5
elect Kevin Mayeux, Student Body Trea-

f Students, faculty concerned


with chairman's evaluationBy

the Architecture College Council meetingto
ask for their support in urging admin-
1"J istrators to consider student opinion in
Alligator Writers evaluations. Members of ACC agreed to

Administrators in the architecture col- cooperate.
.....i lege are conducting an unscheduled eval- Segrest said Wednesday night that he
uation of architecture department could not comment on his evaluation, and
-- '" chairman Robert Segrest spurred by divi- said he was unaware of the students'meet

II""" "" sions among architecture students and ings.
faculty. "It's a process of evaluation" Segrestsaid.
all the time."
Acting architecture college Dean Rich- They go on
ard Schneider said Wednesday night that Faculty members and students were
.. faculty concerns prompted him to evaluateSegrest's reluctant to talk openly about the meet-
ings or Segrest's evaluation for fear that
two-year performance as department
chairman,but he would not say why rumors would cause harm.
confidential. Some students in the college who have
because faculty evaluations are -
heard about the evaluation circulated a
Colleges usually department
petition to garner support for Segrest and
chairs up for renewal every three years.

Some students in the college, hoping to see Segrett page 5
gain input in such evaluations, held a I
meeting Wednesday afternoon for all architecture '
Learning to fly L. students. An Alligator reporter correction:
who tried to attend was asked to leave.
Puzlo-Massey, 15, demonstrates his rollerblades, which are I'
Raphael Students at the meeting later refused to Santa Fe Community College Instructor
He Is student at Eastside High School
with wheels placed in a row. a
comment about what was said. Vivian Filer was misidentified on this page
afternoori Norman Hall on his rollerblades.077F .
and spent the near After the meeting,a few students joined Tuesday.alIi ., p

t tthe
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Culture: Hillel B'nai B'rith today at 5:15: in Turlington Hall Pet care: The Pre-vet Club will I

Foundation's Israel Cultural Festival Room 2353. Call 392-0375. meet tonight at 7:30: in Reitz Union R It union CIel Inem'j
Committee meets tonight at 6 at Hil- Combat Violence: Students Room 337. Call Matt, 395-8323. Z
lel Call 372-2900. Unite! Take Back the Night! march Masters: The Graduate Student
Hands on: Recycling Week '90 and candlelight vigil against rape Council will meet tonight at 6:30: in
f..01 ( ral: Nj5{
Continues with a practical recycling and violence on campus. Bring McCarty Auditorium. Call Rory,336- updll. I
workshop today at 5 in Turlington signs, candles and friends and meetin 4694.
Hall Room 1.005. Call 377-9367. front of the Sigma Kappa house Committees: Florida Rotaractwill
Prlzzl's! Honor
Catholic Peace: Pax Christi!, the tonight at 6. Call Erica, 3747222. meet tonight at 6 in Reitz Union 2122 I ;
Latholic Peace Movement,will show Rights: The Palestine Human Room 355. Call 39S8192. SAT. 2/23.2/24/ Batman II
"The Arms Race Within: a film Rights Campaign will show and Compete: All interested in Tae- 2/25 Ran (
about the nuclear arms race and a analyze a video of an Israeli govern- Kwon-Do competition are invited to F
Christian response, tonight at St. ment official justifying Israel's meet Friday at 4:30: in the Norman 2/26/ 2001: A Space Odyssey

Augustine's Catholic Student Centerat human rights practices tonight at 8 Gym. Call Ricky, 392-9698.
7:30.: Call Chris or Kelli Brew, 371- at AlFau Expresso Coffeeshop. Call Student Art: Submissions for the Show ms:7pmA930pm
0530. 375-1108. 1990 Juried Art Students Show are Admission: M.WTh St $1 6? $1 1 50 o
Soviet Union: The Catholic Stu- United Nations: UF Model UN due in Fine Arts Building D Room St $1.50 GP $2 Son Foreign Films FREE
dent Center will show a video will debate Namibian independence 115 Friday between 10 a.m. and 4 Season pastel available at t U B OLIQUIDATION

documentary on Fatima and current tonight at 7:30: in Reitz Union Room p.m. Entries will be judged by Grace
events in Russia tonight at 7:45: in 334. Call Bharat. 371-3358. Glueck of The New York Times. Call
Reitz Union Room B-65. Call 375- Waves: The Gator Surf Club will 392-0228 or 376-9234.
3059. have a meeting and party tonight at Older Students: Students Over SALE
Equality: The Coalition Against 8:30: at the Orange and Brew. Call Traditional Age meet every Friday
Bigotry meets today at 5 in Reitz 373-SURF. night at 7 at PJ. O'Rileys. Call 372- FRIDAY ,* SATURDAY SUNDAY
Union Room 347. Call Guy,376-5456. RegattasThe: Florida Crew Club 2088.
FEBRUARY 23 a 24 a 25
Kicks: The UF Women's Club will meet tonight at 9 in Reitz Union Service: Campus Diplomats has
Soccer Team practices today and Room 346 to prepare for upcoming paid positions in the Office of Student PUBLIC NOTICE
every Tuesday,Thursday and Fridayat regattas. Call 395-8076. Services. Applications available
5 at Maguire Field. Call Allison, Safe Break: BACCHUS will\ meet until Friday at 4 in Tigert Hall FAMOUS MAMM LAIRS FASHIONS CURRENT MtnCM.lt
395-7915. tonight at 6 in Reitz Union Room 357 Room 129. Call Mary Lynn William
Cajun: Louisiana State Senator to plan for Safe Spring Break In son 3921261. PANTS 3 DAYS ONLY BLOUSES

Cleo Fields will speak tonight at 8 in Daytona. Call 392-7200. Sockhop: Costumes are encouraged DRESS SLACKS & TOPS
the Reitz Union Rion Ballroom in Ride: The UF Equestrian Club for Hillel B'nai B'rith > LATEST FASHION 100% SILK
honor of Black History Month. Call will hold a mandatory meeting Foundation's trip back to the '50s. nuND RANKS i TONY LAMBERT

3921655. tonight at 6:30: in McCarty Hall The sockhop is Saturday night at 9 e FALL MANY COLORS SILTED I a LOWS mmSEUCT
Rowing: UF Rowing Club has a Room 1108 to finalize plans for this at Rydell High School. Call 372-2900. VALUES Su f VEK e COLORS
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the Reitz Union. The room number presents "Commons Cabaret," a $12 $22vs.
will be posted in the elevator. Call 8151.Wauburg: The UF BoardsailingClub 1920s style nightclub in the Beaty JEANS/GUYS/ t GALS $ TO U2D

Chris, 374-4485. will discuss upcoming regattasat Towers lobby Saturday night at 9. CASUAL SLACKS aCII WUNIISTONI
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l Committee sets first goals for police relations I 1 1By

MIKE BRUSCELL Committee members said they were con- "If we're going to do cultural training, we said they were ignored by police because
Alligator Writer cerned about violence at parties, such as a can't do it in two hours and expect the they were off campus.
shooting incident last month at the Kappa problem to be solved,"Stevens said. He said Stevens said he didn't feel pressured by
UF police's student advisory committeemet Alpha Psi fraternity house. Although no one the committee will discuss next week what blacks protesting alleged police harass-
Wednesday for the first time and set was injured, members said better communication they want to achieve.He ment, but hoped the committee could help
two goals to soothe minority-police relations with officers would let them know also said UF police are revising their the two parties better communicate and
improve security at Greek parties and who to keep out of parties."I response policy for off-campus incidents. If prevent such incidents.
develop programs where minorities and officers think it would be better, maybe,if police officers get a call from off-campus fraterni-
interact. officers had a chance to talk to people who ties or sororities, they will respond, call the "Whatever we put into place, I hope it will
organize a party and find out what they proper department and let them take over be a lasting program and we'll keep it goingon
Eight of the committee's 13 members
attended the meeting with UF police Chief want," student member Kendra Rice said. when they arrive. said.forever if we need to do that, Stevens

Everett Stevens, Maj. Martha Varnes and Stevens created the committee three "When a student's safety is an issue, we're
officer Cilitia Brown at UF Police headquarters. weeks ago to examine police proceduresand going to do what we can to get involved and UF police also formulated a policy to
.The committee discussed meeting with get students' suggestions for improve- help there," Stevens said. regulate the stopping and questioning of
UF fraternities and sororities to outline pos- ment. He said he hoped the group would Students complained about UF police's people. UF attorneys are reviewing the
sible "job descriptions" for officers patrol outline cultural training procedures for officers response policy last semester after five black policy's legality and expect results next
ling Greek parties. and decide what type of training is best. female students attacked by a white male

'IfI week.Videos give

r job seekers


I extra edgeBy

Alligator Writer

Packaging job interviews onto video tapes
that can be mailed to prospective employersacross
the country may be the next wave in
recruiting college graduates into entry-level

Recruiters Inc., which will be at
r t UF today and Friday to tape interviews with
engineering students, gives students a
chance to be noticed by companies that pay
for the service."If .

the company likes what they see, they
will contact the student directly and invite
I the student to their company for a personal
I interview," said Jim Wilck, president of the
recruiting company.
"It's like sending out a live resume," said
Maurice Mayberry, UF Career Resource
Center director.
F The recruiting company plans to conduct
1 about 80 interviews in a bus featuring com-
partmentalized interview rooms, monitors,
video equipment and computers. The bus
will be parked just south of Rhines Hall.
"We chose to come to the University of
Florida because of the engineering school's
outstanding reputation in numbers and
quality," Wilck said.
I"I"i The Career Resource Center recently
mailed about 350 notices about the programto
engineering students who are within one
i n along I
year of graduating, but other students also
Two students walk across the Little Hall! third-floor balcony. are eligible to interview, Mayberry said.
\ Interview sessions include a 10-minute
\ ,:I orientation, a 20-minute video-taped inter
view and a 30-minute computer-assisted
fair questionnaire that asks approximately 60
streak broken
5-year winning at questions, Wilck said.

tIJ Recruiters travel throughout the southern -
J MATTHEW G. MOORE The exhibit received higher praise thanan radiation. part of the United States to represent
Writer entry by the American Institute of Aeronautics Nine judges rated the exhibits on audi companies such as Motorola, Chevron, Er
,I Alligator and Astronautics,which had won the ence involvement, theme, and oral and vi- icsson and a division of the U.S. Navy.
Y\ One engineering society has broken another event for the past five years. sual presentation.The "If the students not satisfied with their
1 society's five-year winning streak to AIAA member Andy Speicher, a senior in winning exhibit, forty-five feet long tape they can choose to not have the tape
,,i take the award for the best overall exhibit aerospace engineering, said societies work with an eight-foot high mural depicting the sent out, although we have never had a
at the 1990 Engineers' Fair. diligently to develop competitive ideas. theme "The Quest For Excellence," sug- student who was not satisfied," Wilck said.
r Showcasing recent engineering advances, "We would get challenged, and it helped gested how civil engineers could prepare for The recruiting company last fall traveledto
about 34 engineering societies competed for develop a rivalry between the societies," he natural disasters, featuring a method for its first six universities, targeting engineering
.: the award during the fair, held Monday and mixing rubber granules with pavement."We programs. Next year it plans to
Tuesday in the O'Connell Center. said.The AIAA exhibit, which placed second, wanted to demonstrate what civil expand into other academic areas, Wilck

Judges picked an American Society of featured an airplane glider, a model that engineering was about," said engineering said.
Civil Engineers exhibit that depicted how allowed spectators to simulate NASA's at- senior James Bennett, who helped designthe clarification:
well buildings hold up to hurricanes, earth tempts to control vehicles on the moon, anda exhibit.
quakes and other natural conditions. A prop cycle designed to operate and test Bennett said that finishing in first place Jane Brockmann is president of the local
meter that recorded the amount of stress propellers.The has boosted the society's morale. "It gaveus chapter of the United Faculty of Florida. The
g placed on a beam stood as one example of American Nuclear Society placed a chance to show the others what ASCE Alligator implied otherwise on this page
how civil engineers prepare for such events. third with an exhibit on nuclear power and could do." Tuesday.
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reveal of 10 missilesBOGOTA 1702 W. Univ. ((2nd (loor-UF Plaza) I ouponcunomw.:. Eat Good 1 Tun On, I Thunj urn I J I
capture 374-4984 2iJ' W'Unrv!! ..&:!"'.---------____dig!_!R6 JF

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Colombia (UPI) Secret police cap missiles. He did not name otner potential targets.In .
tured two suspected members of a drug cartel gang Washington, White House spokesman Marlin
and confiscated 10 surface-to-air missiles two days Fitzwater said the administration did not have infor-
before President Bush arrived in Cartagena for a drug mation to confirm the reports that the missiles had
summit, a police official said. been seized. U.S. CONGRESSWOMAN
In another development Tuesday, leftist guerrillas He said there was no doubt there has been"terrorist
released the Rev. Francisco Antonio Amico Ferrari, activity in that country and there are drug cartels
one of three Americans kidnapped last week before that are capable of this." PATRICIA SCHROEDER
the Cartagena summit in protest of Bush's participa- The national newspaper El Tiempo said one of the
drug suspects had admitted involvement in the slayinglast
tion.Amico was freed late Monday on a road outside October of popular television journal! \ Jorge .
Cali, where the Catholic priest was kidnapped Enrique Pulido, who was gunned down on a street in '::.'.. .:'.:.:...

Thursday. front of his office. : :.: .::1r :.
The guerrillas, members of the National Liberation The suspects are said to be members of the .... :
Army, known by its Spanish-language acronym ELN, notorious Medellin cartel that has waged a bloody :::: :
still hold two other Americans, schoolteacher David terrorist campaign against the government since :
Kent and businessman James Arthur Donnelly. August following the reactivation of Colombia's ex-
Although the ELN is not connected to the cocaine tradition treaty with the United States.In .
cartels, it is opposed to any U.S. involvement in recent days, the cartel apparently weakenedby
Colombia.Gen. repeated government successes including the kill- r

Manuel Maza Marquez, head of the secret ing of the cartel's No. 2 man Gonzalo Rodriguez Gachain .::,i':,.
police force, said the two drug cartel suspects a Shootout has turned to a public relations .. :
Guillermo Oswaldo Gaitan and Octavio Pineda Galvis campaign to persuade the government to negotiate a i' .. :
were arrested in a house in the southern sectionof cease-fire.
Bogota a week ago. He said the missiles were The cartel has surrendered a ton of dynamite, a t.
French-made 37SNEBS, which can be shoulder-fired. hijacked helicopter and three large cocaine process- f,
"What they were planning to do was atrocious," ing laboratories in what it has called "goodwill ges- ,
Maza said. "The attacks were aimed at the spinal tures" aimed at convincing the government the cartelis i L
column of the security of the state." ready to abandon its trafficking and terrorism in
He said the control tower at Bogota's El Dorado exchange for amnesty from prosecution and extradi- InAmerica's
International Airport was a potential target of the tion. ., Challenges

. Firefighters renew battle with blazing tiresHAGERSVILLE I .; I 1) Future

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Ontario (UPI) firefighters who Over 500 people have been forced from their homesin Sponsond;: SUNDAY, FEB. 25,1990
had given up their attack on a week-old blaze burningin the immediate vicinity of the 4-acre fire site,located ACCENT UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM
a mountain of 15 million junk tires vowed Tuesdayto about 70 miles south of Toronto. aI Women"Association PM
Coleee Democrat 8:00:
resume battling the fire that otherwise "could burn Porter acknowledged that the smoke is laden with Democratic Womwft Club of Alachut County
for years." toxins, but said government scientists have found the Physicians RUPC,News for I Social View I AeeponabH Corttu *Student Chaps
Environmentalists said the blaze is spewing levels of poison gases to be well below the dangerouslevel Student Government Women'Mfdn o Cabinet
dangerous toxins into the air and thousands of gallonsof even at the fire's edge. He said 80,000 gallons of
oily sludge oozing from the burning rubber may be oil produced by the burning tires has been collected
polluting local groundwater. from a retention pool.Environmentalist .
Thirty government firefighters and about 100 volunteers Jay Palter called the fire an "en-
were to begin a round-the-clock effort Wednesday vironmental disaster of criminal proportions" and
to snuff out the smoldering fire, aided by three faulted the environment ministry for failing to enforce NOW

planes dropping a mixture of water and fire retardant cleanup orders it leveled three years ago on plant F PIZZAi"O .
foam, Ontario provincial police spokesman Dave owner Ed Straza. F
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Porter said. Palter said the environment is being contaminatedby

"It's a controlled fire but it's not being put out," combustion toxins such as benzene, a carcinogen, \
Porter said. "It could burn for years." and toluene, and that the oozing oil is leaching into 1 SPECIALIZING
An arsonist apparently set the fire Feb. 12 at the the ground. It is likely that both surface water and 0V TOGO
Tyre King recycling plant,and the blaze quickly began groundwater will be seriously contaminated, he said. IN PIZZA'S &
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Senate denies BSU budget;

li'.1 t group to resubmit requestBy

By ANTHONY LEDERMAN up so we could not get there," Oliver said.
Alligator Writer Tompkins said he expects a BSU representativeto
be at the next funding request hearing Sunday.
It.;,I Student Senate's Budget and Finance Committee Oliver said Tompkins told her BSU would have no X91,
the committee which reviews student groups' problem getting funding for next year."We're .
budget requests, decided last week not to give the not going to have a problem at all gettingour
Black. Student_ Union any money for next year. But budget," Oliver said. "It would be crazy not to
at a meeting Sunday, give us our budget. It

;; pected members to reverse are their ex- "It would be crazy not to give us wouldn't Tompkins be fair.said" he

1"1 vote.The our budget. It wouldn't be fair. hopes to resolve this
matter within the next
,: zero-funded BSU last Roxy Oliver few weeks. He said he .ate..
week for fiscal year BSU president wants the committee

; ; 1990-91 committee tr-- meet with.. .... R3IF
"I chairman Chris Tomp- members before the
'i r: kips said. Tompkins said BSU was denied funding group elects new officers at the end of this month. Frs 4
11 because none of its officers showed up for their BSU received about $4,800 for 1989-90,Tompkinssaid.
..1' budget hearing. .

j He said the committee waited half an hour and But Glen Chancy, a member of the committee,
\\i i repeatedly tried to contact BSU President Roxy said he is bothered that BSU may indeed be funded
Jj Oliver and other officers but none could be because he feels it would be setting a dangerous
) reached, so it adjourned. precedent.
7 Oliver said she did show and committee
up "Since it's a powerful political organization,they
': members were there, but the meeting had already will most likely survive being zero funded,"

:: adjourned. Chancy said. "But if they were a French club,
"t "Something very important in my family came they'd be busted and gone."

;. GAMBLE investigation, and secondly, being the week after

::, from page 1 (former football) coach (Galen) Hall had resigned,
'I of course I think I tried to be very sensitive not to
I{ "one or two"$25 bets a week from early September create a total sense of disruption with the team."

.i until Oct. 7, and a gambling report prepared by Morris and his three teammates were ruled
UF general counsel Pam Bernard concluded Morris ineligible and suspended for the season Oct. 16
f did not bet on UF games.
after admitting they were betting on college
t$,;. There was some inconsistency there (between games, an NCAA violation.
4 Smith's and Morris' testimony), but not to the
; extent that I felt like it warranted a different type UFpolice had recommended that the six playersbe
1 of treatment," Register said. "What we found out charged for using a telephone for gambling, a
from them (Smith and Douglas) was totally con- first-degree misdemeanor, while a second-degree .9.xr9
sistent with the report that was prepared by Pam felony charge was recommended as well for
j Bernard,and it did not have any appreciable impacton Mangus and Ackerman for taking bets and placing
our decision." them with a bookmaker. UF police also recom-

Bernard, who headed UPs 3 1/2-month investigation mended that all six players, plus seven others, be
of gambling among Gators football players charged with betting in the fantasy football league,
f 1 also said the new testimony would have no a second-degree misdemeanor.
{ bearing on her findings, released by UF last week.
Register said to complete their community ser-
$ "Whether these individuals bet $1 $1,000
k or we
''j vice hours, Morris and the three other players will
::1 would have taken the same action, Bernard said.
work in a Gainesville's Partners Against Crime
d Bernard said when the gambling allegations first E. ANN STODDARD
. surfaced in an anonymous letter in October, it was program. High flutin'Hideo
her "natural instinct" to find out if other quarterbacks "Ifs a program for disadvantaged black kids, Sekino demonstrates the Komuso Shakuhachi, a Jap-
,}. were involved. But she said she decided it sponsored by the Black-on-Black Crime Task anese bamboo flute. Sekino, who works at UF as a quantum
was not necessary to interview them. Force,"Register said. "It's essentially for kids who theory project researcher, explained the flute's origin and
"That judgment was prompted by two consider- have a need for role models. People in the program played for an audience at Little Hall Wednesday afternoon.He .
ations," Bernard said."One was the fact that I had were real happy when I talked to them about the
I learned the flute In
to Tokyo.
no indication that they really had any significant possibility of these athletes participating in the play
, information that would change the outcome of our program."


-:) SENATEfrom Bowyer served as Browne's campaign manager and SEGRESTfrom 'We just didn't want to havean
1 has been in senate since fall. She served on both the page 1 elite group of students to
page B&F and I&I committees. She said one of her biggest have the say so," said one stu-
;J party. concerns as pro tempore is to fill vacant senate seats. turned it in to Schneider last dent who asked to remain anon-

It i Student Body President Ed Scales, who won his bid "I'd like to fill this body and keep it filled," Bowyersaid. week. ymous.
for president with the SUN party, attended the caucus, "I'd' like to see the committees now be filled at all Schneider acknowledged the The students pushing for
and said it the first
'M Sen. Grady Roberts said. Roberts said Scales told times." As senate president pro tempore, Bowyer be- petition time he'd heard students'was opin- input into evaluations say that
senators Tompkins had supported Vision's opponent in comes chairwoman of the Replacement & Agenda ions. administrators have been too se-
i the election last week. committee. cretive about Segrest.
There is lot of and
. Scales denied Wednesday saying anything about Tompkins said he wasn't discouraged after the elec- "a rumor
innuendo Schneider said.
' tions. "We know there is some kind
Tompkins. "Some is based on fact and some of conflict another
, The Senate needs to work instead of view-
After Tompkins lost the senate presidency to Meyer, together
is based on fear. I would hope said. "We thought (faculty) had
senators nominated him again to run for the pro tempore ing each other as enemies, Tompkins said. that would do anythingout
no one already voted. It came out that
position Senate's second-in-command but The Senate also passed on first reading several bills of fear." we didn't know anything. This
defeated in vote of 41-to-25. that add environmental affairs cabinet
was by Bowyer a an a campus
But there with
was concern among thing Segrest was just pass-
Tompkins, who has served in Senate since fall and involvement cabinet and splits up the public relationsand some other students who doubt ing. It made people realize that

r is chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee, said publications cabinet. the validity of the petition. They they needed to have a voice.:
I he ran for the pro tempore seat to show he wasn't Senators also passed a bill that would require all said they were worried that they
:' discouraged by losing the presidential spot. Student Government-funded organizations to use re- were manipulated to sign the Schneider said he encouragesand
;' Meyer has been in Senate since fall 1988 and has cycled paper for at least half of their paper needs. petition and might not necessar- welcomes students to ex-
served on the B&F Committee, the Information & The Sports Club Council's and UF Crew and Rowing ily support Segrest. They also press concerns.
Investigation Committee and the Judiciary Committee."A team's requests were approved on first reading for were weary to have a small "We expect (the evaluation)
Senate president needs to be a proactive leader," $13,850 for two used boats. group of students represent the to run its course smoothly and
Meyer said. "It's my intention on getting the Vision Alligator writer Anthony Lederman contributed to this concerns of all students in the in so doing, respect faculty and
party platform accomplished." report college. students."

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Gators athletics, most people think of two types the

ones preceded by "losing" and, even worse, the ones
preceded by "arrest."

Tired of the beleaguered basketball team? How about

watching a sport that has been scandal-free? Tonight, the

Gator Gymnastics team, holder of the second largest at-

tendance record in the United States for a women's ath-

letic event, will attempt to break that record.

Last year, almost 11,000 jammed the O'Connell Cen- A'Mt usnTU i

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successful, it will be the first sell-out crowd in U.S. -
attend women's athletic
history to a event.

I and it wasn't an official view of The documentation concerning its accuracy
US will interfere
The Gators are ranked 14th in the nation and are com- Alligator.Fine. much of which has been

ing off a tremendous upset over 4th-ranked Georgia. keep election free She's human, and it was a obtained by Wilkinson's group,the
mistake. But mistakes require corrections National Committee Against
Tonight's match is free to students and pits the Gators
against two other nationally-ranked teams: Arizona State Editor: I'm very proud to bestowmy ,and as it stands I find the 'Repressive Legislation.Mr. .
mistake much too to Wilkinson consid-
first ever dart upon The Inde- large shrug spent a
and Oklahoma. pendent Florida Alligator. For your off.That erable] fraction of the evening talk
long-standing commitment to voicing laurel is just another example ing about racism, a theme that was
the liberal view this dart is for of The Alligator mixing news unfortunately non-existent in your
you. But more specifically, you've and personal] ideologies, in this article.
earned it for last Friday's laurel case, the vets'. Such a combinationis Gene LaMothe4LS
given to the Veterans for Peace. at best a breech of journalistic.

Although I don't disagree with professionalism, and at worst
Klan has endorsed
Don't genderizeSometimes the laurel being given to that organization propaganda.

I highly disagree with Tom Loughran1UF UF whites'
the explanation that followed.For groupEditor
it's the little things that bug you most. those of you that I've lost Article : The Gainesville Sun's
Every day, the United States Postal Service delivers a the Veterans for Peace is a typical ignored "Voice of the People"] printed a

bundle of mail to The Alligator newsroom, a bundle con- leftist organization that protests issue of racismEditor letter on Feb. 14, from a John C.
commission American intervention abroad, ig- Baumgardner of Orlando in
taining press releases, city agendas, letters support
noring the existence of a nation : I both and of the of Florida's
from readers and other assorted missives. Don't get us was pleased University
known as the Soviet Union and that saddened to read your article on fledgling] "white student union."
like knowing people out there. The prob-
wrong, we are country's expansionist policies.The Frank Wilkinson MondayFeb. 19. letter
Baumgardner's con-
lem is, they don't seem to know who we are. Alligator gave them a laurel Pleased because it is important for cluded with the omen,We will see
for traveling to Nicaragua to people to hear about violations more white student unions around
A lot of the letters come in addressed to the editor, monitor that country's elections. I committed by the FBI toward U.S. the state of Florida and around the
but then begin with "Dear sir. ." The salutation is have no problem with that To en- citizens,and saddened because The nation." It should be known that

polite, but in this case it's inaccurate the Alligator's sure an election's]legitimacy,there Alligator did not report on his over the wsu thereby received written i
should be monitoring by groups riding theme of institutionalizedracism endorsement form Florida's top Ku I
editor, managing editor, opinions editor, photo editor, art
throughout the political spectrum.But in the "intelligence" com- Klux Klan member,John C. BaumI I
director, APPLAUSE editor, features editor, stringer TheAlligatorprinted what must munity.I gardner, a leader in the South's
editor and one news editor are female. In fact, there are be one of it's top ten slurs against I was present at the lecture, andI "Invisible] Empire."
only three male editors here. America when it stated that the I don't understand how The Alligator The white student union has
Vets were joining 35 U.S. officialsto could have missed this criti- repeatedly denied being a racist

We're probably being a little too sensitive about this, vention.guard against American inter- cal tenant of his argument.Mr. organization claiming instead to

but in this day and age, we think people shouldn't as- For those of not to Wilkinson] on a number of be working for Inter-racial har
you up par occasions
referred to and The clearly isn't
sume positions of power require high levels of tes- U.S. mony. group
on foreign policy, the U.S. described a new book entitled Racial making this case clear to the Klan.I .
tosterone. We wonder how many other people are supports elections as an essential Matters which describes the challenge Mark Wright, the

bugged by this. element of democracy. In fact, the FBI's Involvement in fabricating a group's leader, to publicly dispel
U.S.has been pushing for electionsin
communist connection with the the taint of racism perceived in his
Oh, by the way, March is National Women's History Nicaragua throughout thatcountry's civil rights movement and Dr.Martin group if he can. Otherwise,
decade of Sandinista
Month. Look for it.alligator. (read communist), rule. Luther King Jr. Wright may one day have to explainhis
This false
connection played a group's motives face to face
The notion that 35 U.S. officialsare major role in King's eventual assas- with Baumgardner at some future
Editor in Nicaragua to stop American sination.
Furthermore Wilkinsonwent white student union meeting.
intervention in the elections
Lucy Chabot ludicrous. Events In Eastern on to describe how J. Edgar Baumgardnerwas in Gainesvillein
Managing Editor Opinions Editor Europe have shown quite clearly Hoover and associates hand-picked the Fall of 1988 attempting to
-who is now under KKK. He
recruit students to the
Mary Shedden Tonya Sutton that communists and free elections indictment for his
just don't coexist in abundance. In may just see the new white rights
the HUD _
scandals of
last year "in"to student supportof
Letters Policy group as an
Letters to the editor should not exceed 200 words (ibuot one 8-by-lO page). They should be When I tracked the writer of this to take the place of King after he the KKK at the University of
typed double-spaced and signed They should Include a typed name, address and telephone tid-bit of propaganda,I learned that was neutralized.As Florida.
number. Names will be withheld If the writer shows Just cause If you have any questions call this statement should have been
the editorial page editor at 376-4458 shocking as this story Is, Alex Leader
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Last week's winner gave us the idea for this week's hot issue campus condom Gathering Lounge Joey

machines. We had some pretty colorful responses. One person suggested a Condom Springfield and Company
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Another person, in addition to his wondered Monopolywith
response, simply why women never call Camp 7 (Thurs),
our hotline. Well, this week we actually had three female responses. Homemade Sister (Fri), What

Our first was from Elonda, Anne Likes with The Vulgar
Boatmen (Sat), 9:00: Quartet
who criticized the "brazen
(Tues) (1372-6248]
A p witches" who parade around 'N'Crntral Lillian's Crease The Cat
L campus in short shorts show- (Thurs Sat, Tues) [372-1010]

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women are an affront to Camels (Wed) [Jax 1-355-6410]
mankind and God and all that we hold holy," she complained. Cassie also called to City Black Velvet Market Street Pub Dancing

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during study breaks. "I just hope the Xerox machines Dub's Alter Ego (Thurs (Thurs), Beat Street (Fri, Sat),
APPLAUSE is the weekly don't break down," Gary panicked. Sat), Dr. Dr. (Mon -Wed) [3785359 Super Jam (Mon), CollageTues
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Independent Florida Alligator. Scott called, upset about having to drive all the way to Einstein A Co-Go (375-5363]
editor campus for a condom. He wants to avoid the awkward Homemade Sister (Sat), Num- Rion Ballroom Charming
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gUIfland machine. Never heard of drugstores, Scott? I State Senator Clco Fields of Louisiana

copy edhon dan wine Andrew was this week's winner, not just for paying lectures in honor of Black History Month

cover photos suzette cook attention to current issues, but for actually being funny. B BST[ at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Rion Ballroom
at the Reitz Union. The Black Student
Instead of national brands Andrew
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condoms to be designed by different student groups. "In light of the Affirmative | Committee sponsor this lecture from the

Action attitude of late, we can get the Black Student Union to design their own country's youngest state senator ever

condoms," he said. "Hopefully the 'white student union' will be able to chip in and elected.

design neat little pointy white ones." Good answer, Andrew. You win a $5 gift B BITS Festival The 1990 continues University at 8 of p,Florida m. Thursday Writers'in

certificate.For Williamson Hall 100A with a reading by

I next week's question,APPLAUSE wants to know what you can do with a condom Mona Simpson. Simpson's first novel,
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t ,. novelists" by Newsweek. Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, Richard
BUILDING I Eberhart, will close the festival at 8 p.m. Friday with selected
! readings, also In Williamson Hall 100A. Call 3920777.Art .
ABETTER in the Airport,an ARTSREACH program of the Gainesville
Department of Cultural and Nature Operations,opens Thursdayat
I CONDOMAPPLAUSE the Gainesville Regional Airport with an exhibition of the
"African Series" paintings of Alyne Harris and quilt wall hangings
I Hotline winner by Jessie Lane. The reception, from 5 to 6 p.m. Thursday,
Andrew demonstrates the tech- includes a chance to meet the artists with entertainment by
nique he suggested might bring members of One Thousand Voices Choir. Call 374-2197.
harmony amongst conflicting The Art Collector Gallery, 802 W. University Ave., opens an
student groups on campus. Not ; exhibition Saturday of silkscreens,etchings and lithographs,and
would student features original silkscreens by Marcia Dade and the"exuberant"
f only designed and
a ,gqw ceramicware of Kelly Swope. For more Info, call 377-4211.
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Congresswoman Pat Schroeder lectures on "Challenges inAmerica's
employed students to work, but ;
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/It/would another
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for students to Interact safely. one of the six most respected women in America In a 1988 Gallup
Andrew will use other precau- ; Poll. Her book, Champion of the Great American Family,publishedlast
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other side to another. It just happened that nearlyall
the black families lived on one side of the tracks.
The school board's indirect segregation would

st Via.Q+}rS a '. have worked fine except for one thing Amos's
t T "'if>! family lived 20 yards from the tracks on the white
? f side of town. So he wound up Integrating two
S yxA a junior-high schools.At .
those schools, Amos realized the books he was
.: studying either didn't mention or distorted contribu-
.' tions made by African-Americans and Native
'':;.; ; "I 1 knew it wasn't true because I knew enough
': ... about my own family and about my own back-
ground to know that there is more to my back-
i": ground and fellow African-Americans', or Native
: Americans', than was being portrayed in these
books," Amos said. "So when I got a chance to be Involved -
years later as an adult in programs like
Roots, and even this narrative, it's kind of a vindica-
But many people don't recognize Amos for his
work on educational projects. They may know he
I Ii got an Emmy nomination in 1977 for his part as
Kunta Kinte in Roots. They probably know him as
the father of the Evans family in the sitcom Good
Times a memory Amos would like to leave in the
distant past.
He doesn't like talking about his days on Good
i Times, comparing it to anyone else talking about
what third grade was like at least once a week for
''E'" Its about 10 Thursday morning and the Seminole way of life the rest of their lives.
actor/producer John Amos is sitting on the StudioA marrying into the tribe'John Amos talks about his in vol- "It was an unpleasant experience, for the most
1 stage at WUFT, patiently sweating in front of a and fighting wars side by vement in a WUFT-produced part," Amos said. There were some negative
studio lights and unimpressed TV crew side. Jones, the documentary aired May. stereotypes being perpetuated on a daily basis on
documentary's the show. We had creative differences about it. I did
I'I'f I some powder for my face?" Amos asks producer/director, said not have the power to get the situation changed,
probably normal procedure on his they traced these slaves' ancestry to people living in and I made a constant battle. I mean, to me, it was a
f i like Coming to America or the upcoming Texas and Oklahoma today. cause lebres l to get the content of the script
j Diehard II. The program's coordinators contacted several ac- changed to a quality script they would not do it.
But Gainesville's a far cry from Hollywood. After tors, including Danny Glover and Bill Cosby, but I refused to back down on my position. They fired
asking the question, Amos and the crew look when Amos saw a copy of the script, he was me. End of story."
I around the studio until their focus narrows to one hooked. Looking back to that situation comedy and com-
unsuspecting cameraman. The technician looks "The subject matter (that is, the alliance between paring it to today's shows about black, white or
away from the camera and realizes everyone is staring Native Americans, specifically the Seminoles, and Chicano life, Amos said little has changed. Now,
J at him. He leaves the studio, in search of some African-Americans) fascinated me because I, like so like then, sitcoms are produced to make people
.i powder. many other people of color in this country, have Na- laugh- not to inform.
J While the search is on, Amos and "Reflections on tiveAmericanblood "If the primary pur-
' 5" hostess Porshe Taylor quietly discuss what ques- and it was pose Is to entertain i and
:! tions she'll ask for the taping. Amos is in Gaines something that I I think any time we draw attention, by make people laugh,
. ville to narrate a WUFT-produced documentaryabout felt a certain kin- you aren't going to geta
black slaves who escaped to live with the ship toward," whatever means, to accomplishmentsof hell Of a lot of infor-
,, Seminole Indians in Florida. Amos said in an interview Americans who havegone on beforeus mation in a sitcom," he
The wandering cameraman returns, clutching a after the said. "If you want information -
:") jar of powder. He hops on stage, placing it on a television taping."So itgives us a better sense of who and you're
I table. Amos smiles. the powder is pink. Amos is I was fas- going to have to go to
black. cinated with it, as what we are, all of us. documentaries like the
I So the harried cameraman heads back out of the much as my invol- one I just narrated for
; studio as Amos calls to him, "You might want to vement with Roots this station, or watch
t bring a mirror with you." because it's part of '60 Minutes' or something like that."
"OK, I'll see what I can do." my background." Porshe Taylor is still asking questions when the
" This time the makeup-explorer returns with a And by getting involved in programs such as this crewman wearing the headset scribbles somethingon
black woman carrying her compact. She jokes about narrative or the one he did about the 54th Regimentof a board and holds it underneath one of the
the far-reaching problems of racism today as she Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, the group of "'- cameras until Taylor notices it.
starts patting Amos' forehead. black Civil War soldiers who are the focus of the It must say something about wrapping up the
After the makeup is applied and director Vinnie movie Glory, Amos uses his show, because that's just what
I Jones snakes a microphone under Amos' shirt, the notoriety to educate others. Taylor does. The funky music
: show is ready to begin. Three cameramen jockey "I i think any time we draw attention BY GREG SAlTZ comes on again and the two .
their unwieldy machines, looking for the right by whatever means, to remain on stage talking while the
angles as the "on air" lights flash red and Taylor accomplishments of Americanswho credits roll unseen to those in the
starts her introduction. When she finishes, an up- have gone on before us, it studio.
beat, funky song blasts from unseen speakers. But gives us a better sense of who and what we are, all When the red light goes off, everyone breathes a
all is for naught. of us," Amos said. "So if these contributions have sigh of relief and says how well the Interview wentas
"Vinnie wants to do it again," says a crewman been inadvertently left out or intentionally left out they putter around the studio. But it's not over
wearing a headset linked to the control room where of the history books for whatever reasons, then we for Amos. He still must tape a promo for the
Jones' commands emanate. Something must not have an opportunity to see that they're includedand documentary that will air on WUFT-Channel 5
have been right. people can be made aware of them." some time In May.
They do it again, and this time there aren't any But to realize how committed Amos is to making For Amos, it's not a major task. He reads his lines
problems worth stopping for, so Taylor starts the people aware, a trip into his past is necessary. off the teleprompter and looks into the camera.
questioning. Her first question brings up the half- Amos grew up in New Jersey in the 1950s in a Simple.
hour documentary that will have taken three yearsto duplex( 20 yards from the Lakawana railroad tracks. "He liked it, but we're going to do it one more
complete when it's finished sometime this week. During that time, the Board of Education in East time," said the crewman in touch with Jones."It .
The program, which spans from the 1800s until Orange, N.J., decided to send everyone on one side sounds familiar," Amos replied, smiling the
now, focuses on how escaped slaves integrated into of the tracks to one school and everyone on the smile of a show-business veteran.

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r ( IVL Generates Incentive/Efficiency Money-Saving Program IdeasDevising CAMPUS,- NEXT Tles WEEK

I a cheaper way to get a job eliminating existing programs or func-
done or finding ways to raise more tions, reducing costs without reducing
revenue for UF can be money in the bank quality or level of service, combining programs TODAY
for UF employees, faculty and staff par- and/or/ functions to realize net savings MUSIC LECTURE/RECITAL/ "The Ins
Tigert Produced'' Hall by,and UF paid Information for,at usual and Publications advertising Services rates to corn 355 ticipating in the University of Florida In- and introducing automation or other and Outs of Duo Pianism," by UF music
mumcate official notices and important information to centive/Efficiency/ Program.The productivity measures to reduce new faculty members Patricia Dinkins and
students faculty and staff Call 392 0186 for information program, which went into effect in costs. Claudia Kiel, 1:55: p.m., 120 Music
January, awards bonuses to those em- Unlike earlier incentive programs, coworkers Building.
ployees who suggest successful cost- or administrators of the suggest- UNIVERSITY SENATE MEETING, 3:30:
saving or revenue-generating ideas. Up to ing employee's unit will also be eligible for p.m., McCarty Auditorium.
Proctor & Gamble 10 percent of the first-year savings of such bonuses, Jones said. Twenty percent of NUCLEAR ENGINEERING SEMINAR,
plans could be awarded to employees the savings from a proven cost-saving sug- "A Direct Regenerative Energy Amplifying
Has making the suggestions under the pro- gestion can be divided between coworkers Machine (DREAM)," by UF nuclear
Scholarships gram, said Otis Jones, Interim Assistant of an implementing unit, he said. Ad- engineering associate professor Samim
Vice President of Administrative Affairs. ministrators are limited to a bonus half of Anghaie, 3:30: p.m., 227 Nuclear Science
For UF MinoritiesMinority For a proposal saving up to $10,000 the that awarded to the suggesting employee. Center.
first year that could mean an employee Employees are allowed to earn bonusesof LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES FILM
juniors at UF can apply for two bonus of up to $1,000, said Jones."That's up to 20 percent of their annual salary "
"Erendira based
SERIES, on a story by
$1,000 scholarships to be awarded for 1990 a pretty good motivator to make the pro- through the incentive program, Jones
Garcia 5:15 2353
Gabriel Marquez, : ,
by Proctor& Gamble Corp., Inc. throughthe gram work," he said. said. For example, an employee earning Hall. p.m.
Office for Student Services. To be eligi- The purpose of the IncentiveEfficiency / $20,000 a year could earn bonuses of up Turlington MONTH SPEAKER
ble, applicants must be minority students Program is to improve the quality of the to $4,000.
Qeo Fields
Louisiana state senator 8 ,
who are U.S. citizens, classified as a University by reallocating or improving All current University employees are p.m.
Reitz Union Ballroom.
junior, enrolled in a full-time study and to submit and two
program existing resources implementing new eligible proposals, or HISPANIC FACULTY CAUCUS MEET-
have a minimum 3.0 grade point The submit
revenue opportunities. program'sfocus more eligible employees may a
ING, 8 355-356 Reitz Union.
average and are actively involved in cam- is initiation of savings and retention suggestion. To obtain a complete co p.m.
pus activities and organizations. and use of those savings to improve effi- the program rules and a suggestion form, FRIDAY
Applications, available in the Office for ciency and effectiveness. call 392-4626 or write the Division of FINANCE SEMINAR, "Underwriter
Student Services, 129 Tigert Hall, must be Examples of cost savings include reduc- Human Resources, Special Programs, Warrants, Underwriter Compensation and
returned to the Office by March 9 to the ing existing programs or current costs, Room 334, Stadium West. the Costs of Going Public,"by Texas Chris-
attention of Assistant Dean Willie Robinson. tian University finance professor Christopher
Selection announcements will be Barry, 10:30: a.m., 200 Business
made in April. For more information, con- Florida Players' "Jimmy Dean"Opens Building.
Robinson 3921261.Parents' .
At Hippodrome TheatreThe "Coastal Engineering Problems in Spain,"
DayIs by coastal engineering professor Javier Diez
Gonzales, Polytechncial University of
Florida Players will appear for the first time ever at the Hippodrome State Theatre Weil
Madrid, 12:50: p.m., 501 Hall.
SaturdayThis tomorrow, when they perform "Come Back to the 5& Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean." ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SEMI-
The will Feb. 23 24 and 26 March 3
play run through at 8:15: p.m. NAR by UF visiting electrical engineering
Saturday is Parents' Day at UF anda Ed Graczyk's play tells the story of the "Disciples of James Dean," a girls'club devotedto researcher Stefano Coselli, "Application of
variety of activities and minilectureshave their favorite movie-star hero and savior of sorts, James Dean. They return to the Petri Nets in the Synthesis of Control Logic
been scheduled. The event is designed Kressmont Five and Dime for their 20-year reunion, and during the course of the even- for Manufacturing Systems," 3 p.m., 210
to give parents of freshmen an oppor- ing they reminisce Wi1 Hall.
tunity to see the campus and learn about The cast features Patti Fabiani as Juanita, the proprietress of the Five and Dime. Mona, ECONOMICS LECTURE, "Quantifyingthe
campus life.Parents the leader of the Disciples, is played by Cornelia Patterson in 1975 and Leslie Witt in Structural Adjustment Effort of Developing
will be welcomed by UF Interim 1955. Lauren Caldwell and Shannon Parnell play Mona's friend Sissy in 1975 and 1955, Countries: An Atheoretic Approach -
President Robert Bryan and alumni affairs respectively. Bret Csencsitz plays Joe, Rochelle Bruneau is Joanne, Peggy Rasnick is Stella ," associate professor of economics
director Wayne McDaniel. A question- May and Deborah McLain plays Edna Louise. Patrick Conway University of North

and-answer session conducted by a panel "Jimmy Dean" is directed by UF theatre department chairman Judith Williams, with Carolina at Chapel Hill, 3 p.m., 223 Bryan
representing various campus organizations set design by Jonathan Walker and light design by John Wolf. Costume design is by Hall.UNIVERSITY
will follow. Gweneth W st. ORCHESTRA CONCERT
Several mini-lectures are scheduled for Tickets, free for UF students and$6.50 for the general public, are available at the Reitz featuring the winners of the annual UF
the afternoon, and parents are invited to Union's University Box Office, open 10:30: a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays. For more ticket in- music department concerto competition,
attend campus events, such as the FloridaPlayers' formation call 392-1653. Florida Players is sponsored by Student Government. 8:15: p.m., University Auditorium.
production of "Come Back to the
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SEC track meet and movies shown at the r AFRICAN ART show opening, "Other
Reitz Union Auditorium.For World Faces, Other World Hands," features
more information, contact Assistant costumes, masks, textiles and carved
Dean Mary Williamson of Student Services wooden sculptures of Liberia and Nigeria,
at 392-1261. opening reception at 1 p.m., show runs
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asbestos removal. The library's regular by geriatric nurse practitioner Mary Con-
schedule will resume Saturday. The lin, 11 a.m., NHCU Conference Room, VA
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UNIVERSITY Dance Ensemble Performs Saturday at MuseumChuck the National Council for Air and Stream

Davis and the African-American Dance Ensemble will perform Saturday in Improvement, 4:05: p.m., Room Cl-4, J.Hiffls J.
the courtyard of the Florida Museum of Natural History in celebration of Black History Miller Health Center.
Month. Dressed in colorful, authentic costumes, the ensemble performs music and HUMANITIES LECTURE by Ozark
0 WHU1 AV 8)0E ,) dance inspired by West African cultures. An audience-participation lecturedemonstration / Center for Language Studies founder
is scheduled for 10:30: a.m., and the ensemble will present a concert at 2:30 p.m. Suzette Haden-Elgin, "Language as
Both events are free and open to the public. For more information, call Neddy Perez, Perceptual Filter and Diagnostic Probe," 8
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Beth and rebels by shacking up Charles, but when Mom seems to European in its ability to be both
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apartment building.Beth painfully honest and moving. Brickman's sensibilities than the
begins a somewhat serious And then there's Cusack. She's French film it was "suggested"by,
relationship with Charles (Arliss been creating hilarious supporting according to the credits. He has
Howard), a local musician who is characters for years and receivedan proved himself a top-notch direc-
lonely and divorced. But she slow- unusual amount of attention for tor with the confidence to displaya
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half ago. I attended their concertat Bull Rushes. Why? "Why not Wade sawing on his guitar while born. They went through "a
Right: a teen center at the urging of a Moses in the Bull Rushes?" says Frog sang, "Fuck me, suck me, eat thousand singers" until Wade
Frog, Justin and friend who assured me the band vocalist/guitarist Wade Hines. me, beat me," repetitively. The decided to take over lead vocals.
was worth seeing.They turned out More importantly, they have subjects of their songs have The following year, they put out
Wade, caught In an to be pretty good, but I was sure changed their sound almost com broadened since then. their first tape, Nice Girl Don't
Introspectivemoment they would die out like most pletely, and it's definitely a After playing with quite a few Explode. The songs on the tape
garage bands do. change for the better. singers and drummer Chris Smith, were good in that they had an
confess The band had an interesting The two original members of the they met their current drummer, original sound,but the productionleft
dreams of money and sound that was reminiscent of band were Wade and Frog (aka Justin Wiltse. Things were shakyat a lot to be desired.They played.
naked Bauhaus, but with a psychedelicedge. Erik) Still. When they began, the first since Justin thought the quite a few shows after that,
women. They weren't very tight, Smegmas were just another teen Smegmas were a hardcore band, during which their sound
however, and a lot of their set band started by guys who, in bas and Frog thought Justin was un- tightened up to what you'll hearon
seemed to be merely noise. sist Frog's words, "thought they cool. Things finally clicked, their new tape, appropriatelyentitled
The Smegmas are still around, were cool." Their first session, though, when Justin got "a real Moses i in the Bull Rushes.
sporting a new name Moses in according to Frog, consisted of drum set" and the Smegmas were The new tape consists of four


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I for a Hogtown band.Since the new fppp, 14
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the band a bit of their original raw
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l II. Moses has come up with some
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the tape is "Trains Moving.
KS\ The song has a dark sound, and
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rl that kind of thing. Another stand.
" out is "Wooden Hair," which
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/' parable to any by Sonic Youth.
I Also on the tape is the Instrumen.

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I The songs have a sort of ethereal "the Butthole Surfers of Gainesville best description, calling it "atmos- It's hard."
I lL;; sound that is reminiscent of The ." "Modern psychedelic" adequately pherically Influenced, por- So what will the future hold for
Church, but there are parts of the describes their sound nographic noise bubbling up froma the trio? They are currently send
tape that sound more like Sonic one pioneered by such bands as thick sweet ooze of melodic ing their tape "everywhere" with
Youth. This is hardly surprising, Sonic Youth and 86. The group cream." Apparently, the only wayto the hope of being discovered, so
,\ since all of Moses in the Bull also is strongly influenced by the really find out is to listen for they can leave Gainesville for big
Rushes likes both bands.This isn't likes of Love and Rockets and The yourself.The ger and better things. Until then,

,I'; a rip-off band, however, and they Church,which contributes to their music even has a message. they will keep writing, playingand
manage to assert their individuality sound. According to Wade, Moses wants refining their sound even fur
''I throughout the tape. Moses takes it to new limits, their listeners to "stay away from ther. They hope to play around
h} It isn't hard to place the band's however, combining the structureof idiots and messed-up girls." Frog Florida more, as well as Gaines
influences,but it is hard to classify the average song with the chaosof adds, "There are so many of themin ville in the near future.Meanwhile
Z, their music. They're not a punk- a noise band. Sound confusing? the world. Try to find someone they'll be searching for some
;, rock band, nor are they a hardcore It is. At best, Moses is an un- who is not screwed up or doesn't equipment that was stolen on New
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Famous Sandwiches .OAKS MALL PLAZA 331-7547. consistently delicious Italian food. Nightly Specials- Grill opened 12-12.
from Open 7 days Dinner served from 5pm Come by for a BORING time! 2413 SW
3458 W.Univ Ave1 mi. campus. 20% off with this AD.
sandwiches & Gainesville's most popular Italian Res- 13th St 378-6320
Hearty deli-style soups
taurant for 30 Casual attire THAI
Boars over years.
salads featuring top quality
For welcome. Fresh dishes daily including
baked fresh
Head coldcuts on specially
bread.Served in a relaxed casual atmosphere InformationRegarding chicken, veaL steak, shrimp k homemade Shelley's Tavern

conducive to meeting friends, desserts at affordable prices. Dancing Barmaids. Now open at tam
Cocktails, fine wines and beer available Thai RestaurantBrings
for lunch. Pool Tournament
entertaining parents k family or con Out On The Town, every
2 miles from
ducting light business transactions. Only 1/2 campuseast Wed. Daily Specials 6900 SW Archer
Contact ( on Univ. Ave.) 2120 Hawthorne you the "Best Blend of the Orient
Imp.k domestic beer,wine "
Open Mon-Sat, dosed Sun.Visa,
M-Sat 11-9. F 11-10 k Lynn Spinello Rd. (SR 20)) Directions/Reservations
accepted. Open 376-4482 call 372-4690. MC, AMX, 501 N.W. 23rd Ave. 372-
.. closed Sun.TWELVE. 5424.OUT .

FEBRUARY 22, 1990

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Alligator Classifieds _


WINDMEADOWS APTS. ***** Semi-cool, semi-quiet
Classifications 0 How to place a 1,2 ft 3 Bedroom person old house downtown own br, KOKOMAMAImports
Pool Tennis, Laundry gotta like animals. $125/mth March to ? from Africa. Beauty supplies.
classified ad: 2712 SW 34th St. *** 373-3558 Laura 3734495. 2-22-5-5 Mention this ad and get 20% off select
1 For Rent. Furnished clothing. Good thru Feb. 615 W Univ 336-
I In Person WILLIAMSBURG APTS. Room for rent In a 3bd 2bsth house. 9397. 2-238-6

2 For Rent. Unfurnished Cash Check. Me or VISA. AVAILABLE NOWIII Quiet, cozy, fireplace! Pen (any size) OK.
3 Mobile Homes 1.2TH4 SBdrms. f175/mo & utl. Sign lease not required.Call Ticket For Sale 1-way to Seattle. March 1
The Alligator Office Pool Laundry 3757978. 2-23-5-5 Call 336-8672. 2-27-10-6
For Rent/Sale/ 1105 W. University Ave. 1 Block to UF/Shands
M-F Sam-4pm 2000 SW 16th St. *** 376-1253. Searching for studious but outgoing N/S Lean machine, complete exercise system
4 Sublease House/Apt./ male rmmtt( ) to look for comfortable apt. in your home, $300, excel cond.. 468- ?
5 Roommates Main Bookstore MOUNT VERNON APTS. to share fall '90 /or summer. Howard 2785 call before 9pm. 2-23-6-6
Hub Customer Service Desk 1 & 2 Bedrooms 395-7258. 2.25S.SCASABLANCA
. 6 For Sate : M. F Sam 4:30: pm PoolLaundryClose Electric Guitar Peavey
to UF/Shands own room/ba furnished Patriot Mint Condition Hard I
7 Real Estate :;: R8I1Z Union, Cash"r'l Office '
2370 SW Archer Rd. *** 372-5389 townhouse, washer/dryer, etc $200/mo. Case Digital Tuner Cables
: M-F8am-9pm. Sal -9pm 2-28-10-2 3353889. 2-28-6-5 2503735715. 2-22-5-6
8 Motorcycles Sun noon 5 pm

9 Autos Medical Bookstore Shands MODERN TOWNHOUSE GOOD DEAL: Spyglass own bdr, bath APARTMENT SIZE DRYER 110 VOLT

M. F. lam. 4.30 pm 2 blks to UF NW 3rd Ave. 2bdr 1 1/2 ba walk-In closet!, micro, alarm, fully furnished $95 ,
10 Wanted cent h/a dishwasher $3i3S & dep. & last dishwasher, $200 p/m and 1/3 3752731. 2-22-5-6 |
11 Services By Mall: mo. 3776510. 2-22-3-2 mil. 335-9870 Iv. mess. 2-22-3-5
Diamond Excellent diamond
Use forms engagement ring.
12 Services appearing weekly 3 for 3bd/2ba/ In .33kt OBO. 336.9804 leave
Typing in the Alligator.I Sorry. no cash by 2BR/1BA quad unit, available summer Need 1, 2 or rmmts apt $450
13 Help Wanted mill. MC VISA or cheeks only. poss. longer. Fireplace, ac, dishwshr, Three Oaks,just 4 blks to campus, microwave message. Have receipt and papers. 2-23-
fans w/d facilities. Call 378- 5-6
$310. Call Sue or Beth 3350213. 2-23-5- paddle ,
14 Business Personals By Phone 373-FIND: 2 1655. 3-5-10-5
i Antique Piano 1908 Upright Spinet, very
Payment by VISA or MastercardONLY.
15 Personals Five dollar minimum.I 2 room efficiency 1 blk from UF, 1634 NW LAST MONTH FREE And security dep. good condition, plays great perfect for
16 Connections M. F 8 30 4pm. tat Ave Apt. C, 3/4/ util. Incl. l65/mo. tool Piccadilly Apts., own rm/ba $225/mo beginners, $750 OBO. Call 3723913. 2-
Century 21 John M.rillnc. 3721495. 2- & 1/2 utlls. Call -Jocko' at 338-0206. 2- 23-4-6

17 Notices 23-3-2 27-5-5
0 How to correct or COMPUTER with disk drive and softwarefor

18 Rides 314 NW 14th St. 2 bdr/lba, 2 blks from M/F to shire 4bdrm house, non-smoker. programming data processing'

19 Pets cancel your ad: UF, $285/mo. Century 21 .John M.rrUlnc. $140/mo & 1/4 util, 1st, last, dep. Call spreadsheets college studies and recre
3721495. 2-23-3-2 373-4281 leave message for Rick any- ation. Must sell $125 obo. Call 3761430.
20 Lost & Found Cancellations: time. 2-27-5-5 2-23-4-6

.. Call 373-FIND Mon. Fri. 8. 4 pm. Dump your roommate: Get a 2 bdr for the
No refunds can be given. price of one. Pool tennis, sauna, wt. room. Room avail. in beautiful, historic 4br/2ba Couch ft love seat $80 2 sleepers, $50 &
Stoneridge Apia. 3800 SW 34 St. 375- hse. 2blki from Tlgert, quiet, studious $100, Escort radar $85, 110 gal. marine
Alligator errors: 1121. 430452Duckpond but fun atmosphere, partially furn. aquarium w/cast Iron stand, fully set up
(J When will ad ?
your un Check your ad the FIRST day 1\ runs. $135/mo & 1/4. 3712343. 2275.5 w/exotlc !fish $550 OBO on all 335.9870.) .

Call 373.FIND with any corrections before area, historic home, bay window Iv. message. 2-22-3
hardwood firs c/heat, 1 room avail. Roommate Needed ASAP. Huge Master
Classifieds will begin TWO RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FIRST DAY 416 NE 2nd Ave, $240/mo Incl. util. 373- bdr In 3bdr apt, rent nego. Call Joe or Jeff

DAYS after they are placed. THE: AD RUNS INCORRECTLY Cor- 2381 evenings. 22752SUBLEASE at 3352081. 2-28-5-5 COMPUTERMagnovox

Ads mailed in or placed at the reeled ads will be extended one day. 286 12 Mhz 40MB ((28ms)
Oakbrook Condos F to sh 2bd/2ba lux
Hard Drive 1MB RAM (expand to 4MB),
Union or Shands may take No refunds or credits can be given alter : apt. Walk to campus, (turn, wash & dry. 3.5" 1.44mb Floppy Drive 14" VGA Color

THREE days to appear, Ads the placing first day the ad.will not Changes be compensated.called In after 4 HOUSE/APT. $140/mo & 1/3 util. Avail now to 71 373- Monitor (.31 dot pitch), 16.biIVGA switch-
Gretchen. 2-26-5-5
2923. able video card MS-DOS, 4.01 GWB-
for of time
run length
may any
asic, DOS Tutorial 1 $1589.
Customer yr. warranty,
and be cancelled at any time error or changes: Oxford Manor,2bdr/2ba/ Save $, Call now VIZCAYA alter Spring 2 Rmmts needed
Corrections must be made in person at 336.1781 Lv. message. 2-23-10-4 own bedrm share bath $1SO/mo and 1/3
: \
Sorry, but there can be no re- The Alligator: office' BEFORE NOON. util. Call 378-4286 ask for Scott or Iv msg PANASONIC 1124 I

funds for cancelled ads. There will be a 12.00 correction tH. CLOSE TO LAW SCHOOL. Nice 2bd/2ba Letter Quality Printer, 2 yr warranty. Best
apt Camelot unfurn. Fireplace, barbeque printer! $305. '
pool, view. $550/mo. 373-4696 any-

time. 3-1-10-4 Alpine, Kenwood, Sony and 30 more WORD PERFECT 5.1

FOR RENT: FOR RENT UNFURN. Sublet 2bdr apt. until Apr. 90. $300/mo/ & brands are all at our New Location! Car Latest full version, students and faculty
util. Feb Free Now available Homestead Stereo Specialists 3215 NW 13 St. 372- only $135.

1 FURNISHED INCREDIBLE Apt. 392-3850 or 335-5493 after 6pm. 3- 2070. 4-30-75-6

Efficiency Apt. 1-9-4 ELITE #335-1300
Starting at $185 CAR STEREO SPECIALISTS la the oldest -
WINDMEADOWS 1 bdr furn, sublet, near Starting at $235 2 Bedroom Sublease, 1 bdr/unf. Camelot 101. Close best and lowest priced car stereo
pool, 373-3558 apt. 98. 2-23-5-1 CAMBRIDGE VILLAGE to Law Sch/Publix, pets ok. Quiet store In town 372-2070,2201 NW 13 St. 3.6.-8

110 NW 39th! Ave. $279/mo (org $379/mo.) Call to Park 335- 4-30-75-6
Treehouse Village 2bdr/2ba F needed MOVING MUST SELLI
378.3988 6233 avail now (until July). 2-22-3-4
exe. rmmtes, transp. provided to UF and 375-3861 Rockford, Fosgate, Yamaha, Pioneer, large desk w/ swivel & stationary chair. 2
SFCC, wash/dry, $175/mo. 375-5384 An- 4-30-70-2 1 bdr Pine Rush February free Lease Infinity, Kicker Code Alarm. The Beet micros. Dining room set. Affordable. 336-
tale. 3-2-10-1 through April 30. $257.month call 376- Car Stereo Installers In town. Car Stereo 0764 eves or msg 2275.8

Check Our New Specials" 1573 or 392-6182 office Jack. to Go. 375-1834. 4-30-75-6 ..
Available Now: Across Tlgert All Utilities JVC CAR STEREO with tape deck. Brand'new
All Amenities Available
Paid For, Central Heat/Air PH* 371-3606. FURNISHED UNFURNISHED Sublease Apt: 1 Ibd/lba, new carpet, central RUGS AND CARPETS. Affordable rem looks and sounds hot. Need cash,
1238 SW 4th Ave. 2-23-5-1 price negotiable. Call Eric at 336.1661,
, Roommates Available heat/air wash/dry hook-up. $235/mo/ nants for your dorm or apartment. We deliver -
, We're No. 1 first, no last, & $100 sec. 395-0066 or ) Ray's Rugs 535 SW 4th Ave. 2-23-3-6
Large 1 1ft2 BR apt. neatly furnished.no REGENCY OAKS 495-2361 2-26-6-4 377-5265. blocks E. of campus.
pets, convenient to UF ft downtown, $250- Sylvania am/fm radio & turntable, collection

275 mo. 378.5957. 2285.1 3230 SW 378-5766 Archer Road 2bdr/lba Apt. Carpeted, fenced yd for CAR ALARMS Installed remote control of opera records call Miriam after

COUNTRY GARDENS pets, avail 3/1/ $220/mo In SW area. Key any car truck or van fully guaranteed will 4pm 335-1408.
FOR RENT: m.n.gem.nI372.3060 ((9-5pm) 336-0540 demo. Call336-iU93atud.nllv. message.
373-4500 after Spm. 2.27-5.4 2.28-34.8 Blcycle-mens motobecane 10 speed with
2 UNFURNISHED 2001 SW 16th Street lock and light $75. Hardly used Sears twin

4-30-58-2 Sublet Mar-Apr, The Woods (close to UF, Car Alarms,Autopage, Chapman. Home mattress and box spring $45. Call 373- I
on SW) br/1 ba furn. 1 pool $267/mo no and Car Stereo. Pioneer, Sansul, Sherwood 7989. 2-23-3-6
' Walk to Santa FE CC 1 BDR $270-$280 WALK IN CLOSET West
1BOR. Village deposit required, 336-8036 wkdy, 372- and more. We Beat All Prices!
2 BDR $335 NEW Townhouse $440. Sec. 800 NW 18 Ave., take 9 St. N from 16 Ave. 2876 wknd. 2-27-4-4 J73-37S4. 4-30-69-6 RCA 19* color consol tv, excell. cond '
Plus LMR. Pool laundry, no cats or dogs. Office: 411 NW 15 St. 3717777. 2.27.10- must tell $125. Call 336-1150 after I

Santa Fe Trace Apts. 378-1190. 4-30-75- 2 1 bdr apt. avail. March, walk to UF, MICRO CENTERt Computers 376-1146 530pm.: 2-27-5-6
2 $239/unfurn. or 1259/furn./ Call Tom 336- Editor's choice CompuAdd Northgate
2bdr house and 2bdr apt, 3 blks from UF, 1029 3-7-11-4 H P. Price same or lower than mail Yamaha cd player wremote $150 obo. i
Oak Glade Apts. Near UF ft VA, quiet both completely remodeled, some util./ order. Systems below Include 1mb 40mb 373-0876. 2-23-36

washer/dryer/ available In most units for paid. $350 and $260. Call David 373- ((28ms), graphics monitor, ... I
$20 mo. Cats Allowed. 1B-2B. 1 &, 2 Bath 8022. 2-26-10-2 S ROOMMATESBRANDYWINE MC 288/12 $1 1195, Packard Bell $1295, SPRING BREAK R/T Airfare' to Philadelphia
J250-I350, see & Imr. 372.8422. 4-30- MC 386SX $1495, Northgate 386/20 from Tampa Mar. 21-25. $158. 752-. I
75-2 WALK TO UFIII Studios $210 1BD $235 $2399. PB 288 laptop w/ hd & battery 3061. 2-23-3-6
2BD $285. College Park Properties: FURNISHED $1999. CompuAdd 610 w/ 20mb & graphics -
SPACIOUSONE NW 15 St. 371-7777 2-27-10-2 2bdr/lbs, Jacuzzi, sauna, wt. room, huge monitor $970. 1 A 3 year warranties. Typewriter Electric 14 Inch Carr, Line
BEDROOM APT poof 1/2 ml. to UF, $230/mo for own room Onsite warranties. Panasonic 1180 printer memory, EZ Correct, auto features, 2-
ONLY $260MO.LYONS DUCK POND AREA & 1/2 cable & util. 372-2857, Dennis. 2- $185, HP LaserJet llp. $1049.4110 SW type wheels In warranty, $375 obo. 377-,
APT 1 Bedroom Cozy Rear 107 NE 8 Street.' 28-20.5 34th St. / 308 W Univ. Ave. 4-30-65-6 4410.
4000 SW 20TH AV. 377-6797 $235 Month. Phone 377-2615. 2-28-11-2
Williamsburg Village-F N/S student for
Bikes ft More, Ine. Large selection' of
furn. twnhse Imo. lease, $240/mo +1/2
One Block from campus Very Large room BDR apt; fans, cent ht/air; carpet; mini, util, Iblk from Shands/UF. 3364257. 2- used bikes $S5 w/warranty.. ..
nice house, cable In room. SW area, vertical blinds: on bus, near UF; $275, 237.5 Kryptolok $16.99 2133 NW 6th SI. 373-
11 951mo utilities Included Greg 376-3291. including water. 3730701. 2-28-7-2 6574. 2-22-10-6 Continued on next page. I



Great lor Parties, Water resistant
$100 or best olfer 335-3690 Leave Meslage. INSURANCE LOW RATES at Orange BREAD & ROSESABORTIONS *FREE* Typing! English maj/ret.) court rptr
22856TV & Blue Insurance. Drive thru In Butler 19 yrs exper. legal/medical Excel
Plaza. We care. Call us ,1st Pregnancy Test spellg/proolg From $1.25 Call Jill .

microwave, queen & 3 twin beds ((1 yr 377-CARS. 2-23-10-9 1233 NW 10th Ave. Gainesville HEALTH CENTER Women's 377-9908. 2-28-24-12
old), armchairs, table and chairs, etc 372-1664
Leaving U.S. low LOW PRICES 336-4741 '71 VW Westphalia Camper, Ford V-6 engine MC/VISA/lnsurance 720 NW 23rd Avenue
2-26-3 no rust great cond., $1750, 332- Free Pregnancy Test 377-5055
6561. 2-23-5-9 Member ABORTION (To 24 Wks)

Sony COX-A30 & RMX 2 remote commander National Abortion Federation BIRTH CONTROL Did You Know?
3 months old. Asking $525. Call '72 Porsche 914 new paint recent new 43075.11 Gynecology Services
538.1133 Leave Message. 2-23.2.8 engine, am/fm cass, needs clutch, $2000.
Call 377-5535 Iv. message. 2-22-5-9 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASE? MOVING? by TomKurrus

Dining table wdrop/ sides inct/ 4 upholstered Get confidential testing and treatment at Resourceful student wfull/ size truck will
4X4 excel AttorneyUnder
1982 TOYOTA SR5 pickup
chairs $200. piece white rattan PLANNED PARENTHOOD 377-0881 4- beat any price in town. 336-9461 3-8-30-
cond. new 31' tires, ps/pb/lm stereo
cushions/ $200. 338.8918. 2285.8 30-75-11 11
must see, will sell lor a firm $2500. Call
old common tow, a wife was
Synthesizer: Roland D-50 Great sounds Mike 378-1976. 2-22-5-9 AAA STORAGE Credit Card guaranteed acceptance, no prohibited from making a will.
easy to use Comes w/Cymbals Anvil Hard Close to UF, Convenient security deposit write S. Marlon 1100 the Irony when a penniless
Case & Rom card. Over $2000 New, 1980 Cadillac, power windows & locks, 4x4x4 is/mo Tudor Dr. Dept. A-1, G'ville, 32607 38- Imagine wooed heiress
Cadillac yellow leather Interior needs 20.11 playboy a wealthy.
$1100 obo. 371-6758 2-26-36 4x8x8 $25/mo
work no reasonable offer refused 374- 533 SW 2nd Ave. 377-1771 Into matrimony.
8141. 2-23-4-9 HOUSESITTING SERVICES experienced -
4-30-75-11 *
very responsible sitter References
1985 Nissan Sentra loaded good condition available. Call 3770585.
UP LOCATIONI room house $3400. 392.5520 days ask for Betty, ** GATOR MOVING ** 2-23-5-11 The law Is silent during
CH/AC. Good condition) Rented. In- 884-6064.v.nlng.. 2-27-5-9 Full/Serv Mov/Storage/Packing 1- war.*-Marcus Cicero, Roman
vestment/traternlty/other./ / $130,000 Item/Hse/ Full. Days/Eves. Long dis. statesman ((100 B.C.). Don't you
378-88520wn.r. 3742.7 79 Firebird Excellent cond. Int like new, Llc/lns. Harry/Bill 374-4791. 4-30-75-11, CALL CJ THE DJ'Spro suppose this was another way of
a/c. Limited edition. Bright red Call 335- DJ service at 375-8483. 3-7-10-11, saying "all's fair In love and war*,
TOWNHOUSE 4BR/2 1/2/ BA. eat In 6345 ask for Sam. $2900 or leave mes SLEEPY HOLLOW HORSE FARM lessons coined almost 2,000 yean later by

Kitchen, pool tennis, washer dryer Forest sage. 2-26-4-9 boarding woodser facilities TYPING Francis Edward Smedley
of Unicorn NW area, easy financing hay rides parties sales working (1818-1864)7)
374-5401 Toyota MR2 1986 red/black leather low students accepted 466-3224 3758080. SERVICESYOU
miles auto loaded excellent condition.Call 4-30-75-11 *
REAL ESTATE LICENSE at 335-5184. 2-28-5-9
Sat. classes start 2-24 $175. WRITE, WE TYPE Spring may be the time when a
Appraiser-state certified 2.27.90 Need a ride to class? Buy a Bug. 1872 VW *SUNBELT MOVING* Business Legal Personal Reports young man's fancy turns to
The Florida Center 3712787. Bug, Looks great. Runs well New tires Professional Moving/Packing & Supplies. Term Papers Typeset Resume Etc. thoughts of love, but It's also the
AM/FM stereo. Call 378.0415Ieav. mes.sage. 1ltemHouse lull. Local/Lng dist Llc/lns G'ville Handicapped Typing there's
season for divorce. Think a
sale-Time share condominium located 2-26-3-9 Priced for Students! Marty 375-MOVE 4- 3787179. correlation

at Daytona beach FL at Sunrise 30-75-11
beach club 1212 N Atlantic Ave unit 11 82 BMW 3201, good condition fully Typing reports business legal *
17th week sleepsy Call 376.6847. 2.23- loaded must sell, $6000 obo. Call 338- ONE STOP DENTISTRY resumes cassettes transcribed applications Tom Kurrus # Attorney
1495. 2-28-5-9 letters notary *.tc. Available
67Save Criminal Defense DUI
Accepting new pts emerg. 24 hours/7 days/372-2777. 4-30-75-12
Adult cleaning $30. child $20
204 W. Univ. Ave.
VW Jolts GLI 1985 4-door, 5-speed 30
((4)wisd) tee 325. ((3)wlsd) tee $250 $1.00 min. $5.00. Gainesville FL J2601
$10,000. Rockwood Vil. Lux condo mpg, great shape Inside/out/ dependable Typing pg. Reports
2bd/2ba. Best location Call owner collect sporty transportation $5000 obo. Mark ((2)wisd) tee $200 Nitrous Oxide Theses, whatever. Grad School P.T. List. ((904) 37J-4460
305-596-2969. 373-9883. 2-28-5-9 Accept MC.V.AE. 2-28-19-11 WCS 917 NW 13th 373.9822. 4-30-75-


Assumable/No qualify 2bd/2 1/2 ba 10 WANTEDLocal

twnhs $4000 down 47900. MCPHER-. WALL\: >XELI:: y'S Q Q By Doyle ftStemecky
SON REALTY Realtor 375-1021 3-1 6-7 Artist needs: GOLD Gems, Class I

Rings ETC. Top $ or trade Ozzie's Fine
Jewelry 3739243. 4307510We
buy Cruiser Bikes Bikes A More, Inc. WHAT'S GOTTEN (INTA MIX SELL?: \\ri66rr/ WHEN PORKY TRUTH' W TOLR,
1982 Honda CM450E very clean and well 2133 NW 6th St. 373.8574. Gator Cycle MAVvVseu.5? ITS ALM09' LIKE WAS RIGHTME33E -- 9ZUNG Mte FLOWERS?/ SHE PONT PCftERVE
kept; new tires and tubes; 13k ml, runs 3321 Archer Rd. 373-3962. Buy.Sell.T.rade.Renl SH6 GOT AMIND0'1499OWN.-- WI; WAS AN' YOU PetlNS A THEM CMONKUT9 i
perfect; 42 mpg: $825/offer; call Todd 22210.10 ACTIN' A LIL, DIG LOVELY 110-
3359539. 2-23-5 KINDAGG): KQ POX 0-- PER
Energetic articulate student for childcare 'MANNERR I
1986 Interceptor Perfect condition low 2-4 days per wk 2:30pm: Into evenings. r OUNNO. f
bike. $2000. Call Jim at with seatbelts. ,, NOOGAY3,
miles a sweet NONSMOKER own car 1'' ?
3718240. 2-285-8 Must be available summer $3.75hr. 377- c ( x ANYHOO. A 1 1GYiOr

0900. 2235.10 j1 2 \
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tune.up. 374-7175 2221.8 11 SERVICESNW 1 r AQ.Kf7II

1987 Red Honda Elite Scooter with helmet
and lock. Great condition $400. Call Mini storage at 1-75 & NW 39th Ave
Patrick at 372.6844 evenings. near Oaks Mall area 5 x 5 to 10 x 20 from
$20, 10% disc to students. 332.8917.

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CENTERTyping 336-4936. Full Pickup/Del. Typing and wordproc. near APPLICATORSWE ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN for. WEKEELA FOR BOYS/GIRLS,
& self service computing. Typing starts @ campus. Dependable, quality service. TRAIN FT/PT Roadway ft. drainage design, 1 yr. minimum CANTON MAIN.
1,50/pg Resumes 16 Sell service Reasonable rates 24hr/day. Call Carol WE TRAIN FT/PT CAD experience, good benefits & One of America's most prestigious camps
$2.50/hr Laser pleasant working conditions, send resume seeks creative for staff
resumes ,15/page. 373-4484. 3711.12 dynamos posi
/ $9 hr finishers (non-union .
typeset graphic spell check theses ) by 2/28/90/ to Trl-County EngineerIng tions. June 18 thru Aug 18, for tennis,
* papers special characters employment Word Processing! $1.75 pg standard ds // franchise$14 hr mgmt available(entry level) PO Box 2541 Belleview, Fl. 32620 waterfront position, gymnastics,

databases mallmerge training. text 24 hrs or more. Call 373.4281 anytime CALL TODAY 813-866-7771 (EOE) 2-27-10-13 dance/drama, camp crafts/ropes, art, office
WordPerfect specialist. VIsa/MC. ask lor Rick. 2275.12 kitchen, maintenance and many
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE for the summer other positions. If you think you're tops,
SCRIBE SERVICES ComputerLaserTyping ORGANIC TYPING USER PRINTER Outstanding brother/sister sport Reply at: 130 S Merkle Rd, Columbus
I 25 to w/lnfected cuts,
Graphics Editing & Publication WPS ENGLISH GRAD edit/proof/spell Paying persons camp on 22ml lake near "On Golden Ohio 43209. 3.2.10-13
Design 818 W. Univ. Ave. 377-6170. 2- no cholesterol Ripp 376-3649. 3-28- scrapes, or other Injuries to be on antibiotic Pond' site seeks staff. All trans pd. Interviews .
Blood test Call 331-
study. required.
2220.12 5379. 4-3-20-13 avail) Robindel (girls) 215-884- Wanted Immediately: College campus
13 3328, Wlnaukee (boys) 9146981833. rep. Streif Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha Is
Typing/Word Processing Quality dependable HELP WANTED NEW ENGLAND BROTHER/SISTER/ looking for a part time college campus
service. Reasonable rates. Laserprinter. Part-time clerical, word-processing, filing
CAMPS-MASS. Counselor Positions for representative to work now until June 30,
377-8175 til 00pm.: 3-16-35-12 CIRCULATION ROUTE DRIVER for The specialists Team Sports Ten. mornings M-F non-smoker preferqualifiers 1990. Applicants should be a jr. or *r.
Independent Florida Alligator. Must own program : for "ccwep" 3.. gp, Spanish. marketing major w/3.0 GPA. Must possess -
GATOR TYPING Fast, Accurate Low reliable van or pick-up truck and be available nis; Performing Arts; Waterfront. Inquire.MahKeeNacBoys : 378-9698. 222.513 excellent communication a time
Rates. Quality laser printing. Discounts from Sam until 9am Monday through ( ), 190 Linden Ave, skills
mgmt. Responsibilities : coordination
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half spells Loss to Bulldogs

Gators' demiseBy embarrasses all

Stacey Poole scored 17 points nine above
DAN STIFFLER his average.
Alligator Staff Writer Scott Stewart scored 15 points11 above his
M y
The basketball team probably should have stayedin Walk-on James Lee got to play 10 minutes.
the locker room for the second half of the game The Dazzlers performed at halftime.
Wednesday night against Mississippi State. After one-halfhour of heavy interviewing,these
That's because the Bulldogs outscored the Gators
were the only things UF students came up withas
50-28 in the second half en route to a 79-54 victory in reasons to attend the Gators' dismal 79-54 lossto
front of an O'Connell Center crowd of 4,821 the Mississippi State Wednesday."This .
smallest of the year. team is obviously down, and it isn't fun
"It was a real wipeout in the second half," interim to come to games anymore," one student said as
coach Don DeVoe said. "They came out in the second he left the O'Connell Center. "It isn't excusable.We .
half with an aggressive style of play and we just never stink."

The loss drops the Gators to 6-18 overall,2-13 in the a Ron Kaspriske
Southeastern Conference while Mississippi State goesto
13-11, 6-10.
The loss also insures UF of a tie for last place in the
conference and extends its losing streak to 13, one
away from the longest in team history. Poole agrees to a certain extent it hasn't
"We didn't want it," forward Stacey Poole said after been fun for him to come to the O'Connell Center
scoring a team-high 17 points. "I guess it shows when either.
you're down by three and you lose by 40. We don't "It's really sad,"Poole said after the game. "No,
want it. We have the ability but nobody wants it." it's embarrassing.We've lost our competitivenessand
Trailing 29-26 at halftime, the Gators closed the gap we are going to be remembered as the
to 31-30 on a Dwayne Davis shot in the lane with 18:33: sorriest team the Gators ever had. I know every-
left. UF came no closer the rest of the way as the one remembers stuff like this. It's embarrassing."
Bulldogs went on a 12-2 run. Poole's right. It is embarrassing. Not just for
Davis then headed for the bench after picking up UF interim coach Don DeVoe, who took the
his fifth foul of the game with 13:15: remaining and the defending Southeastern Conference championsfrom
Bulldogs went to work behind the inside tandem of 6-7 first in the conference to clinching last placein
Cameron Burns and 6-6 Greg Carter. the conference in less than a year.
"*' Carter finished with a game-high 20 points on seven And not just for players like Poole, who try to

of nine shooting and nine rebounds, all of them on the t r win.This
offensive boards while Burns added 18 points and five \ \ is embarrassing for anyone who has ever
rebounds. l 011 worn any of the 100,000 forms of Gators paraphernalia -

UF guard Scott Stewart scored 15 points on three of available in Gainesville.But .
five three-point shooting, including the last five pointsof REGGIE GRANT-ALLIGATOR just when you thought you'd be spendingsee
the game. Davis finished with just five points in only Hosie Grimsley shoots over Mississippi State's Robert Woodard
21 minutes of action.Divers. during UF's 79-54 loss Wednesday.gymnasts Last Call, page 11


do hope to ans'wer Challengeaking

Victory at O'Connell Center requires breBy Jekyll-Hyde routineago

well at SECsThe and suffered its worst loss in
GREGG DOYEL years shows up tonight, well..
Alligator Writer UF junior All-American Pam Titus thinks she knows which
squad will appear tonight, where the Gators ((4-3)) haven't lost a
women's diving team brought in The introduction of the UF gymnastics team for tonight's regular-season meet since 1987.
38 points and the men's diving team second annual Burger King Challenge could sound very similar "At Alabama we were really nervous, and everybody could see
scored nine points Wednesday, as the UF to the one used on the 1970s TV game show To Tell The Truth." that," she said. "But last week was different because we were at
swimming and diving teams opened the Host Bill Cullen could make announce the teams as they come home. ((Tonight), it's going to be easier for us to be relaxed."
Southeastern Conference Champion- into the O'Connell Center. UF coach Ernestine Weaver said the
ships at Tuscaloosa, Ala. secret to her squad's
,. "Would the real Florida Gators please stand up." success might be lurking somewhere in the friendly confines of
The women's performances in the 3- If the Gators squad that hits the mat is the one that whipped the O'Connell Center.
meter diving event put the Lady Gatorsin defending national champion Georgia last Friday, tonight could "We all do better at home. I don't really know why," she said.
first place. Sophomore Tami Schubertis be a long one for nationally ranked Arizona State and Oklahoma.But '
the top UF performer after the first day if the UF team that went to Tuscaloosa, Ala., two weeksBy see Gymnasts t page 11
of the four-day tournament, finishing
third in the 3-meter with a score of 431.30. for
UCF up next women's hoops teamA
Freshman Tara Justice finished fourth

with 423.40, and freshman Cristina GREGG DOYEL win tonight would keep the pattern with what Florida is going to do."
Cabrera finished 10th at 377.35. Alligator Writer intact and ensure the Lady Gators of their The emergence of center LaTonya Mc-
-- second consecutive winning season. The Ghee as a force on the inside has strength-
For the men, competing in the 1-meter After Saturday's 75-42 pasting at the last time UF posted back-to-back winning ened the Lady Gators'attack. Over the past
event, freshman Jason Thompson fin- hands of fourth-ranked Tennessee, the UF seasons was 1983-841984-85 when it went few weeks,the 6-foot-2 freshman has raised
ished ninth with a score of 420.20.Two women's basketball team that travels to 19-9 and 22-9, respectively. her scoring average to 8.9 points a game,
Louisiana State divers swept the Orlando tonight will not be a hungry one, The Lady Gators already have chewedup and her 7.8 rebounds a game rank seventhin
competition. Kelli Hill won the women's Lady Gators interim coach Lea Henry -UCF this season, drubbing the Lady the Southeastern Conference.The .
3-meter ((468.75)) and Jeff Reinhold won hopes."In Knights 82-65 on Dec. 6 behind junior rise of McGhee allows UF to bring
the men's 1-meter ((542.90)). Knoxville Saturday,we wanted to win guard Sophia Witherspoon's 20 points and Lang and her 9.9 points and 5.5 reboundsoff
too bad," she said. "Now we want to relax sophomore center Erika Lang's 14 re- the bench.
The swimming events will start today and play the games without pressure." bounds. "Erika has done a really good job off the
and run through Saturday. The Lady Ga- UCF will serve to the Latiy Gators a Henry said the Lady Knights will try to bench,"Henry said. "(Senior forward)Ann
tors are ranked third with a record of 14-1 squad that is 7-17 and prime for a feasting. slow down UPs up-tempo style, but added Glasse has been a big surprise and done
and 6-0 in the SEC.The men,ranked 11th., UF is 13-11 and has been like a rollercoas- the Lady Gators won't dwell on what UCF well. So has (sophomore forward) Candie
ex are 9-4 and 42. ter through the last month, alternating has in store for them. Wilkie."
---- SHARON GINN victories and losses over its last seven "We're not concerned with what UCF UF has never lost to the Lady Knights
games. will do," Henry said. "We're concerned in the 11-game series.

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